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Digital page images are linked to the text file. liT Vi TCW raiTAv7 TWr - JRftWlTT -- V fWAri i WaKH5RfHWP 7 ff V i TBI GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY LEWIS Publisher PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advaw NO YOL XVIII THE Y SI C A Tormanently Organized and Ready to Go to Work i V A meeting of those who have signified their intention of becom ing members of the Young Mens Â¬ I1 tj m i 6 Drum Corps made it will look like an entirely 7 Knights of Pythias The Fiscal Court met church In consequence of making 8 Odd Fellows No 6 journed session at the Court House the repairs being made there will Do you need any Dry 9 Y M I Society on Monday and fixed the tax rate be no services at the church to10 Odd Fellows No 28 will Goods For gen- morrow for this year as follows constitute the second division and any No Do you will be in charge of W B Bridge eral revenue 35 cents Kentucky tions Midland Railway Fund 15 cents Too Many Streets of the Same ford Deputy Marshal DRUMS AND FIFE Name Â¬ any Do you and for the Sinking Fund 5 cents 11 A G Bacon Post G A R making a total of 55 cents on the cy Goods For years we have had Main 12 Sons of Veterans Â¬ cents less than street on the North Side and Main 100 being 1 Do you need any 13 Womans Relief Corps the levy of last year 14 Citizens on Foot street on the South Side and now nishing goods Â¬ 14 Little girls representing 44 The following amounts were ap- since we have annexed Bellepoint Do you need goods propriated to turnpikes To the we have Main street on the West States 16 Orator of the day of any Pleasant Grove and Polsgrove Side This causes confusion and Citizens in carriages will 17 you Landing Turnpike 3500 to the some of the names should be constitute the third division and do and be Elmville and Minors Branch Turn- - changed Why can not our city will be in charge of D Weisiger lowest rfvitlinnH Mif rtrnrlr nnrl marlp mirr V VM Lindsey Jr anrf come to One piKe u 500 and to the Forks of fathers change the name of Main i VCSllUIIS in iciirtlU IU IIIC III Iirtlll The line of march will be west on Elkhorn ind Rocky Branch Turn- - street on the South Side to Berry Dry Goods tion and the meeting adjourned pike 500 Avenue in honor of the largest Wapping to Wilkinson north to Notion House The bord of directors held a A proposition to allow the property holder living on it or Main and on Main to cemetery meeting in the directors room of halting in front of the State monu- Â¬ the State National Hank Tuesdav Frankfort Water Company to place Anderson street as the street car evening at which Col Chas E another pipe across the St Clair tracks have now diverted a large ment when the several societies street bridge was discussed and portion of the travel to and from will proceed to such place as Hoge was elected President Mr referred to a committee to draw up Anderson county over it It is they may each select and there io 214 StGIair St next door to E W Hines Vice President Mr a the widest and is also susceptible engage in such ceremonies as they R K McClure Walter G Chapman Correspond- - suitable contract desire The court then adjourned until of being made one of the prettiest may respectively after ing Secretary and Mr Ed C Wednesday streets in the city and should have which the bodies will assemble Drane Treasurer It was deter- Â¬ upon the plot surrounding the At the meeting on Wednesday a different name mined to invite Mr Worth of State Monument where the orator it was determined to take no Pennsylvania to come here and Torpedo on the Track of the day will deliver Ms address further action in relation to look over the field with a view of and the little girls will decorate the the matter of tendering the Considerable excitement was becoming the Permanent Secregraves with flowers The proces- 29 Stores use of the bridge to the Water occasioned 29 Stores by a loud explosion tary The selection of rooms was sion wil then reform and march Company for an additional pipe as Tuesday night about 930 just after postponed until after the arrival of to the continuation of Main street the company had not asked for the an electric car had Mr Worth turned the down the same to Wilkinson thence privilege corner of St Clair and Main souh on Wilkinson to Wapping The motion passed at a recent Settled in Full streets The motorman stopped thence east to Custom House meeting to abolish the office of got down to The insurance companies repre- Â¬ County Treasurer was rescinded his car and where the procession will disband examine it thinking some portion sented by Mr C F Exum which and Treasurer Marshall will hold of the motor had let go and quite Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder carried the risks on the buildings on until his successor is elected Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma a large crowd gathered in a few in South Frankfort recently de and qualified moments The trouble was caused stroyed by fire have made settle The County Judge and County AXNOU XCEMEXT by some mischievous boy placing ments as follows The National of Attorney were constituted a com Â¬ a fulminating cap on the rail and Hartford paid to Messrs Fincel mittee with power to act to make For Representative when the truck struck it the explo We nre authorized to announce W J LEWIS as Bros 3000 the full amount of some much needed repairs a candidate for Representative of Franklin to the county In the Legislatures subject to the action their policy the Agricultural of second story of the Court House sion occurred Primary election of the Democratic thirty August Sd 1895 New York paid to Mrs Kate Ford An allowance of 500 was made Worlds Columbian Exposition 500 the amount of the policy for the Almshouse Will be of value to the world by she held on the old Reddish propSALOON ROOKS illustrating the improvements in Attention Sir Knights erty and the Pheonix of Hartford THE BEST 200 the mechanical arts and eminent paid Mr George W Miller 250 There will be a called meeting physicians will tell you that the loss on his tools destroyed of Frankfort Commandery No 4 progress of medicinal agents has Knights Templar on Tuesday A Frankfort Boy Promoted been of equal importance and as Soup from 10 to 12 also nice counter evening next May 28th at the a strengthening laxative that lunch Come one come nil Bottle The retirement of Rear Admiral Asylum in the Yeoman building in pints and quarts 11 specialty Meade opened the way for pro Â¬ Syrup of Figs is far in advance of goods door to R B Jillson opposite the Court House at 830 all others motions in the Navy all along the oclock for the conference of the line and a former Frankfort boy Templar orders Visiting Sir At It Agalu 305 Broadway Frankfort Ky is among the fortunate ones Lieu Knights are courteously invited Mar U Om Co tenant Commander Chapman C and the presence of every member Mr George W Miller who was Todd being promoted to Com of the Commandery earnestly re- Â¬ burned out by the recent fire The Capital Artiicial Stone Co Largest House Furnishers in the mander For some time he has quested By order of which destroyed the Fincel block V L Clark CONTRACTS PREPARED been ordinance officer at Norfolk World has re opened his tin shop in one TS for all kinds of TO EXECUTE such as side L cement work Eminent Commander walks In either hexagonal block or solid work Virginia making his home at old Attest of the rooms in the Herndon steps curbing cellar work Vc at lowest rates 223 225 IwCA iasT ST 4 W E H03WORTH Address Ben T Farmer Recorder Fort Norfolk and having an office block on Second street May41jr Mny U liu irunktortKy i ft in ad- Â¬ new Â¬ Â¬ Christian Association was held in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church on Monday evening The meeting was opened by Mr Rosevear State Secretary and after devotional exercises Mr R L Green was made chairmain and Mr M R A complete Todd Secretary and comprehensive statement of the present condition of the organ- Â¬ ization was made by Mr E W Hines who has been the temporary secretary for some months after which a constitution similar to that governing the associations in other towns of the State was the Upon motion adopted chair appointed a committee composed of Rev R L McCready Rev J McClusky Blayney D D and Major H S Hale to select a Board of Directors who retired and after deliberation re- Â¬ ported the following as said board Col Chas E Hoge Frank Chinn R K McClure Major H S Hale J W Gayle Dr Jacob S W Hines Edward Coleman George L Payne Dr U V Polsgrove H Williams Jas Walter G Robert L Green Chapman Frank V Gray Gen D W Lindsey and Ed C Drane State Secretary Rosevear then Â¬ -- at the Navy Yard in Portsmouth His berth has been a pleasant one but he will now in all probability Combe assigned to other duty mander Todd is a son of the late Captain Harry I Todd and a brother of Mrs S B Holmes of this city He entered the Navy as a cadet at Anapolis in 1863 too late to see service during the war but has made a splendid m t FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY MAY 25 1895 Latest 38 Highest of all in Leavening Power US Govt Report DECORATION DAY Baking Powder AND HAUIiING IMPROVING OVER- - The Arrangements Made for a JJarge Parade and the Pro Â¬ gramme Prepared The committee having in charge the arrangements for the observance of Decoration Day Thursday next May 30th held a meeting on Wednesday evening selected Judge W H Sneed as Chief Marshal and adopted the following PROGRAM OF PARADE AND ORDER OF PROCESSION Â¬ Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE The Â¬ Â¬ The procession will be formed The ladies of the Southern Pres on Wapping street at 3 oclock p byterian Church are having some in Thursday May 30 in the folhandsome improvements made up- lowing order with its right resting on their church edifice on Third on Wilkinson street viz street The old carpet and pews 1 W H Sneed Chief Marshal have been removed the interior POLICE FORCE officer since then His friend here and 2 Frankfort Cornet Band exterior of the building will be at his old home will be glad to neatly painted the interior newly 3 McCreary Guards hear of his promotion 4 German Benevolent Society papered a new carpet put down A M which 5 Junior O U and new pews of the most approv- will constitute THE FISCAL COURT the first division ed modern pattern will be put in and v ill be in charge of W S Flxes the Tax Rate and Trans When all the improvements are Dehoney Deputy Marshal acts Other Business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church Undergoing Repairs WILL HAVE week 25 Lawn Wrappers Slightly Soiled at 1 apiece tnis is A Wrapper Sale this J Â¬ cheaper than the material would cost saynothing of the need need far fur I i If you want the if sure prices the and Price kind IJURSTEm I Â¬ Bed Room Suits 810 and up Parlor Suits Â¬ Â¬ S17 and up Â¬ Sideboards S950 and up Center Tables m SI and up t mm Beds SI anft up Rhodes Burford Furniture i RMIL HALDI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ttPtaiifiMij k- mmm -- IttiHMf IKMTUmfli jnp trmmpmp 4 mmfj I2jLiikiifciSflL i f 1 Hudson Humphries I I m rat I w ffi hi 11 tff HaYe InaiJLgijLratecl a Grand I I f i Iffl I MARK DOWN SALE T i i i V K -- A Big Out In IPariees ana CLOTHING A- 0 iA 3 4K 4K I If l 9 i SSSST y tl 8 fUf Mens Furnishing Goods I 1 1 1 Mens Boys and Childrens Hats r riiW v M f JS f ft if i I If i 1 Goods at REDUCED PRICES Go Only for CASH ill f Hudson Humphries k -- e Ml w jaHIHfr tateJititilpJriiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiRiR sMfliRiRHRiRiflHHiflflMiRHHHflHiRViRfliRliRliRflMiRiRiRiRiRiR rTr M T T T T HRilW mwmmmmmmmmmmmm mjf ml ui njinjTjmnrtnnnfTJifinnnnjirtnnnnnJUinfinnfuinnnjmnJiJUin rJi i WEDDING 1TJD AJfS- - ml IP YOU Ji i lS 11 I5 Li Birthday Presents 1ST STEXBI-iIISrCS- Selbert T T T T ff KNEW That day by day slowly but surely you are permanently Injuring your eyesight by neglecting to provide EE C Sin TTTTTTTTTTTTtTrTTTTTTT - SILVEE nsriD t- Ii5 j Exta Plated Wbes O lSLSS InnJxrinnJinrinnnnjuinJUUinminjirLrinjim The Leading Jeweler -- yourself with BUltable glass es wouldnt yon hasten to have Perhaps you do them examined not require glasses Perhaps again If n pair were carefully adjusted to your sight now It mlzht save you n life IWE MAKE NO time of regret EO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION ZEHAOEK Graduate Optlati will be with A M SELBERT the JEWELER from May the twenty first to June the first Â¬ y yr y y y y y y yy yy y y y y y y c iff aC Bfj RSI MM LTU C c 233 St Clair Street uuuirinnji The Request 4 over Florence S Please write me a poem n a contribution to m paper for the Literary Club In our town THE ANSWER A poem my dear do you know what you ask And what do you think could Inspire such atask The poets are creatures who sing of the trees Of May with Its verdue and scent laden breeze Otblrds as they carel their happiest note Till rapture of spring time seems splitting each T- throat Why poets no hint of a discord must hear Mid harmony only their muse will appear And when do you think the moments are mine To wander In fancy oer realms so divine roads the macadamized mineral springs mammoth caves in the vicinity pure mountain atmosphere and the healthful altiIs near Cumberland Gap tude and in easy reach by railroad Mr Gray should not be forgotten by his old friends here who propose to take a summer outing Â¬ LOUI8VI1j1YE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ THE NEW F P V KET LIMITED FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRKTT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE just cloBed amount to 3282 hhds with Sales on our market for the week Benson Valley Plenty of rain at present Mr Ernest Collins of Choate ville assisted Miss Annie Sheets to meeting at Mt Zion Church Sunday Miss Tip Conway of Frankfort is visiting her cousin Miss Mattie Demands most prosaic from morning till night The wings of my fancy clip short In each flight Now heads are to comb and faces to wash With many a protest proceedings to quash Befractory tangles by dint of much care Give place to smooth braids or to ringlets more But sounds Inharmonic the process attend Not such as with fancies poetic will blend With buttons to fasten and buckles to clasp The feelings are fretted as if with a rasp With healing each garment of yesterdays rent The muse stlrrlng moments of morning are spent Till five little girls all blooming and clean Appear on the vision a beauteous scene Aht now may the poet his numbers invoke Of tbeme more inspiring no poet eer spoke Than childhood all lnnocencebeauty and mirth No theme more enchanting affords the broad earth My Pegasus mounts the empyrean proud While similes cluster about in a cloud Xtke rosebuds all sparkling In mornings bright dew I fair 1 r Conway this week A Sunday school is being car-Â¬ ried on at Choateville school house Mr Staten of Frankfort Super tendent Sunday school at Benson Church every Sunday evening at three oclock L P Hulett Iilke pausles with semblance of thought peep- Â¬ ing through Like daisies of Scotland the meadows among Whose praises one Robbie has long ago sung like blossoms of apple Ob dearl What Is that Poor Pegasus now all In terror falls flat And still now I think It Is probably naught But Borne hapless victim tbut boy of mines w caught His sisters had caused me awhile to forget The task een more difficult waiting me yet Why boy Saints alive how youve riddled your pants Oh yes I dare say twas some luckless mischance With scissors and thimble and needle and thread Again must T struggle my pencil instead The worst is not yet Id forgotten to say That boy number two in his cribs stowed away Perhaps ere a stitch In this garment is sown Some want most imperative he will make known Soon school Mme comes on with its bustle and noise Its bevies of mischievous maidens and boys And pray who could then a poor stanza Indite Why Tennysons self when a poem hed write Himself lu four walls all alone must Immure From noise and Intrusion there wholly secure Superintendent If reports be true there will be a wedding in the near future that will leave many a heart aching and many tears will be shed Grieve not Harry you have my heartfelt sympathy Our old friend Mr Jim Pence was on Benson Sunday last Dont worry yourself too much Jim just get a box of two lip salve Mr Jim Hulett was returning home Wednesday when his horse became frightened at a buggy Mr standing by the roadside Hulett seeing his danger jumped out to save himself and fell when the horse and buggy ran over him bruising him up badly but no receipts for the same period of 2607 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 80116 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 ou our market to this date amount to 82829 hhds Sales on our market this week em- Â¬ braced 2271 hhds 1894 crop burley and we are pleased to report that we have had a very firm and aotive mar Â¬ ket throughout the week The high range of prices which have been cur rent for the eood to fine grades of burley for some weeks past being tuny sustained while tbere naB been some advance in prices for the medium grades both of the red and bright character so that all grades considered our market this week has been stronger than at any time since the opening of the year We made frequent sales this week of good bur- Â¬ ley at prices ranging from 12 to 13 with occasional hhds soiling from 18 to 20 In some localities a fair start has been made in putting the crop on the hill but complaints from destruction by cut worms continue to be quite general The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damaged 1 50 2 75 tobacco 3 75 Common Oolory 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 Oolory lugs Mediumto good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00d 10 00 10 00 15 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 lb 00 Good to fine leaf Selector wrappery 18 00oj Vi 00 Deafness Cant Be Cured i T for me to attempt a political strain I wish I had leisure but holdl let me see Ive re id it all over and sure us can be It scans and it rhymes from beginning to close That passes for poetry all the world knows JL So Florence my dear you see It were vain By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When the tube gets inflamed you have a bones were broken i rumbling sound or imperfect hearing deaf Mr Harry Conway is engaged and when it is entirely closedthe in Â¬ ness is the result and unless in business on a steamboat and flammation can be taken out and this has to reside away from home tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever We notice with pleasure that nine cases out of ten are caused by old Blue Jay has been resurrected catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ Â¬ and his sonnets are grandiloquent flamed condition of the mucous surface but we think We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of deafness oaused by For him to be a poet Is as impossible as for a sheep to be a catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for goet T secret Ive learned which to you Ill Impart It und learn It by heart The lives of us women are burdened with cares But bearing these burdens we ott unawares To poesy change the most commonplace things If each will but work while she cheerfully sings Eunoiu Lindsay South Jett Frunklin Co Ky Im sure youll esteem The Court of Claims met Mon- jlrculare free day to consider and make approOr Prices Cream Baking Powder priations to turnpikes and strange Worlds Fair Highest Award to relate there was not a member of the board of managers of the Rock Haven pike present Truly they are a fine body of business Â¬ Â¬ men with plenty of snap c Â¬ Fiiio Berries Mr George M They should at their next invocation vote each of themselves a leather medal The citizens along Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave FAMILY Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon 43 ST CLAIR STREET arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ m JORDAN Proprs delphia 1120 a m and New FORTUNE York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ nice partment Dining Car Pullman Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ Sleeping Cars of the latest and ed in any part of the city Call and most improved design and an see us JORDAN Observation Car Emphasis is may 11 Sm FORTUNE especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Built by the Pullman tion Car jfjV JAPANESE Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have A New and OmnDlatA Treatment conilatlng two ol Suppositories oapcoie falling f Olntmnnt and ever been constructed Ratm nf hntmAnt A nAVAf Care for Piles of erarr natnra and deffroo It niikna an Injections of carbolic acid which are As the F F V Limited is the the knife orseldom a permanent core feneration with painful and and often re O ily train having an Observation sulting in aeatn unnecessary wny enaure inisj We Kuaranieso boxes r lernoie Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ oelred giiaass fo Sent by mau lor oenenis case oa on 17 nay to eyre any 6 for l box lows that the Chesapeake and JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- nnNQTIPATinNCured Piles Prevented hy Japanese Liver Pellets esting enough to demand an Ob- the mat LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and BLOOD PURIFIER Small mild and pleasant to servation Car The F F V Limited take especially adapted for childrens use Doses is the only train running through 25 cents J W GAYLE Sole Agent from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day I and New York the next It is DR W the only train for Jersey City Coast j resorts which are reached by the OF CINCINNATI O will be at the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to FaHOaECTXaS transact business in Cincinnati one IN LEXINGTON KY day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is Saturday May 25 1895 the most desirable train for New Saturday June 8 1895 England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Saturday June 22 1895 with the Colonial HEMORRHOIDS whit irn termed plies In any Washington Express running through to Boston form cureu wliuoui surgery ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum ulso which reaches Aew Haven 410 cured m New London 530 m FISTULA and FISSURES cured Providence 715 p m and Boston BEEEBENCES W 830 p itt The F F V is the J AMcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky acott Frankfon xy only modern train lighted through- Â¬ Anthony Leucn ir ranktort Ky out with Electricity carrying a J X staten Frankfort Ky V Bcrberloti Frankfort M Kev L P Uulett Uensuii Ky Dininsr Car and an Observation A U Mcclurc FraiiKtort K Car WJ uiuhedFruuhtort Ky The Washington and Atlantic Duvla Moore Benson Ky lasM WlthrowFrinkfoitKy Express also an Electric Lighted rB KELLEYS otllce und residence Is at 259 West Eighth iHiiclnnatl and where he may Vestibuled train will ltave Cincin- Â¬ be tound everstreet of each week except SATUR day - DAYS nati at 700 p m reaching WashW I KELLEYMD 259 W Eight St ClnclnnatlO ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUAtll Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 At Norfolk connection is p m made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day WHITES GREM Â¬ NEW Grocery a a CURB i Â¬ Â¬ CO Â¬ KELIEY HOTEL 1 Â¬ A1 a THE BIG IXUIt ItOUTE Has tho Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All Brock Forks of Elkhorn neighborhood who alvvavs raises the finest and sweetest strawberries is again in the market with the best lot of berries we have seen this season If you want good ones lookout for the Benson Valley feci mighty of the proud ol them and justly so WORMS vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Remedies HICHARDBOS FOR YEARS by A Terrible Visitant Pain Is always a terrible visitant and often domiciles Itself with one for life This in Â¬ fliction is preventable in cases of rheumatlsm by timely resort to Hostettsrs Stomach Bitters which checks the encroachments of this obsti Â¬ nate and dangerous malady at the outset The term dangerous Is used advisedly for rheu matlsuin Is always liable to attack tho vital or Â¬ gans and terminate life So testimony Is more conclusive and concurrent than that of physi cians who testify to the excellent effect of the Bltte H In this disease Persons Incur a wetting in rainy or snowy weather und who are exposed to draughts should use the Bitters as a preven Â¬ tive of 111 effects Malaria dyspepsia liver and kidney trouble uorvousness and debility are also among the ailments to which this popular medi cine Is adapted For the lanrmltles soreness and t tiff ness of the aged it Is highly benett olal Â¬ Â¬ OUl 2 til WMMrS WW BUMHllMUWBajUIU1UMlKIUl MUD DOCTniLruiE y JrjLfi f fcttWf OHM U W fZW W jf M I 1 his wagon Gone to Harrogate Mr John T of this city has Harrogate Inn Teune see and during the season Gray formerly taken charge of ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPO RAL Harrogate will manage it at CIGARETTE KM It is an ideal ij summer resort in the Cumberland mountains with romantic drives The U Mhow Royal Bmktng Powdf aufrtor to mil qtHra S QovReports tk4 tht TMt St ThM P MORE SOLD THAN ALU OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dee15-l-r-G ftCo - trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front throuch the most picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and tho South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth stroot and Twenty Second street Stations Vestibuled TrainB Magnificent Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via tho Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcOormiok Pass TrafllcMgr Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD BY AXI DRUGGISTS MDICINK Prpard CO ST LOCIS l tU I TABLERS BUCKEYE h OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE I BEST REMEDY for PILES OLD BT ALT DRUGGISTS rKeiAMSOHHID CO STIOTO known for 15 years as the and CERTAIN CURE Mayl2 ly IjtiL mWmWmwKSlaJijJ irLiJmV tWMimtmffitmimmmWvPh J ws wMtfi mitiwi J i in iii i Minn 1 if ii ii r mm iiSttpUMIl ySBSSSBi iltiroMHlMlHliBHTlTlFHrnllBlnWffMWBMIirMi RWfiFrnV- - r7Frii J fFW1- TTTvvW v7ry Vim J r V Mfc- - A V J Like WE WANT YOU JPp Fit Kid wk m s an expression J- TO REMEMBER We Keep all the Best Mabs 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 yoods that we hear Dress Goods and Silks All the very latest in Plain and Novelty Goods Silks Velvets Laces and Jets for trimming Our 35 50 and 65 cent Silks for waists are beauties Best line ever put on sale in our city and at the very lowest prices J cc ID IP 33 Corsets AMERICAN LADY CENTUARY DR WARNERS Jf iff A daily at our glove counter r H when customers try on the WMSH GOODS p3m 1 IJ titvm S5 WJSM 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 jBlacks and Colors WEITZEL 2v 50c 75c and 100 FRANKFORT fc O DONNELL AiT esEEeECEra Bgi- - Full line 25 of Silk and Mull from cents up Ui t c will be sure to did not have capital sufficient to get the ground improved run it They put in all the latest after it is purchased and were improved machinery turning out a first class chair for MANUAL TRAINING which they found ready sale at a Â¬ good profit but not having the An Essential Element in Edu cation ready money to keep going with were compeled fo surrender By How it was possible for educa- Â¬ putting into this enterprise 25 tors all along the line of human 0Cw or 30000 it can be made to development to ignore the hand pay a big profit to those who will in their efforts to secure a well take hold of it Timber for the rounded development of the pupil manufacture of chairs can be pro- is quite unaccountable unless it be cured right here cheaper than accounted for by the tenacity with most anywhere else the buildings which tradition grasps and reand machinery can be purchased strains its devotee from wandering cheap and labor with experience into what are regarded to be for- Â¬ in the business can be had here bidden paths at home so that there is a splenIt has been left for the last did opportunity for some public quarter of the nineteeth century to spirited citizens to set a manufac- Â¬ discover the hand of the child and turing establishment on its feet to use it in connection with the which will give employment to eye to secure mental culture at least one hundred hands turn Immediately after freeing him out a good selling product and pay self from the shackles of tradition good interest on the investment which held him in abject servitude Now will our monied men let this the recognition of the hand by the enterprise go away from us as teacher as means of development they have all other manufacturing was made manifest by the intro- Â¬ interests in the past or will they duction of hand work based upon take hold with a vim and help to educational principles The im- make Frankfort what she ought to j mediate results attending this effort be a live manufacturing town of the teacher were increased in- Â¬ terest in and attention to other The Park on Paper studies on the part of the pupil a Mr D M Woodson the civil more cheerful moral support of engineer has made a plat of the the schools by parents and a proposed park bounded by Bridge hearty commendation rather than street and the city school property an adverse criticism from the pracSecond street and the river show Â¬ tical element of the community ing what a beautiful spot it can be and from those in whose charge made without the expenditure of the interests of the public schools such a large sum of money If are committed some of tliose who oppose the The State Board of Education project will gp and look at the plat of Florida says of Manual training and see whatia vast improvement We are deeply impressed with it will be over the unsightly old the fact that the large majority of sinkhole with its border of half the children in attendance upon burned and dilapidated buildings the public schools are the chil- Â¬ triey may be inclined to change dren of the poorer people and will their mindl The question of cost fill the large and important classes tea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROUNDABOUT seems to be the great obstacle in the way of the enterprise going BMred at the post office at FrankfortKentucky through as it has been and always as second class mailable matter will be in the way of every move GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub ment in the line of progress in this city but if we go at the mat FANKFORT MAY 2fi 1895 only spending ter by degrees A GOOD OPENING a small amount each year we will will For Capitalists to Take Hold of have a park after awhile that withbe an ornament to the city a Manufacturing Estab Â¬ lishment out the tax payers feeling the burden The principal thing now There is a first class chance right is to acquire the property and here for a joint stock company when that is done the improveto take hold of a plant already ments can be made afterwards established and with which a good The Womens Club has taken up paying business can be done from the fight and will endeavor to get the start The Capital City Chair the City Council to take some Company went into the hands of a action in regard to it If the receiver simply because the gentleladies are successful in this they men who composed the company devise some way to Â¬ Â¬ of farmers workmen mechanics and artisans of the State and that to impart to them only the knowl ed e to be derived from school books excellent and necessary as Â¬ it is will but illy equip them for the sphere ofjlife to which in Prov idence and circumstances they are very sure to be called We are still more impressed with the ne Â¬ cessity of imparting to them some knowledge of useful tools so that a taste may be cultivated for those Â¬ very useful and important voca- Â¬ tions in life and to impress them with a true and proper conception of the honor and dignity of labor County Superintendents and Boards of Public Instruction are urgently and specially called upon to give theirearnest attention to also this very important feature of school work and instruction Continued next week Â¬ U sL GKEAT CUTSALE Which embraces Everything in my Stock Come now buy while you can make one Dollar two dollars worth of- - w Slioei Nothing reserved Boots Or Hats everything goes in the Big Cut Sale New Pastor Appointed Bishop Maes has assigned Rev Father Cassender of Belleview to the pastorial care of the Catholic Church in this city to succeed Rev Father W E Gorey who resigned on account Father Cassan of failing health is said to be a fine theologian der He will and an excellent pastor take charge of the Church of the Good Shepherd on the first ofj Â¬ Ferd Jacobs Olair 204 St- - Street- - Nth BBwaAMBMwywiib MtmbwiMvtrmrinmw - Rt Rev Leather anil Slier Belli at Cost June PLANTS fcfitiiiS5gMMfa aejMjjaiaaaaBnijjiMj I am prepared to supply a fine quality of Cabbage Tomato and Pepper plants and will have a full supply of Sweet Potato and other plants in season Leave orders at Ellwangers Jno M Bantas and Jas Heeneys L B MARSHALL rery 25 Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling low figures at sets Buggy Harness 150 Wagon Whips 200 Buggy Whips 125 Horse Collars 7000 bolts Wall Paper 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 Saddles Lost From a surrey between 50 Work Bridles 12 Pumps J Heeneys and H R Williams Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper an oblong alligator leather ladys and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantlv on hand pocket book containing a card with the address of a Lexington pho tographer and 3 75 in silver Finder please leave at this office Dealer The Broadway tf and receive reward 60 Riding Bridles Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers V m C E COLLINS Hardware Awaruea Highest Honors World am DR Fair JACOB SWIGERT CO Insurance JL gents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel RESTORED MANHOOD grout remedy for nsrrons prostration and all nervous dlnoases of the Bonorntlvo organs of either sex such asNervous IroBtratlon lnll- T A a haw Ulnlitlif Vtnlaalnna VsMtt Vs erm lnn Tf Mental Wornr exeesilro ue of Tobacco or Opium which load to Con clvo a written miaiv mimntinn nml innanltv With aver MS order wo A W per pox noxo BBfOBB AND AffTKR UBINO antoo to cure nr remna inn money noia BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Pre fern Ammonia AfumorMyotj4gaK 40 YlAftS THB STANSRO ll PtWMt Ji JWIP SB JiPmJtmIssr TI10 1 w IpM 4A fal 1 i- - til v VJfiAs 1 injm m iSrForany Slf Feb Jl L lUr Wt vHm wvaiwt vmt imwiwwi HOLMES 6z BAIRD IDrvLrPlt isi itsi II mraffiL ai v r MV nmmiii n IMUnMlll HITltlir iiiBk jvKjkas vamvxr 11 f ij Ml 2t tMHil i h tS aWi- - h iJitU i tmjitdr I - I Hrtiiiudjj TIllTMim T m Tf A UMil WTTI u - lift III i il HI Titf j5y5ijwfflT - - wP mmv r H Btt V I jit I It services at 11 oclock to morrow gone to morning Rev E II Ward D D of Miss Mary Halloran has Lexington will preach the sermon The folowing 13 from a Tower Bowling Green to visit friends and the ordination services will be Mrs John W Rodman visited conducted by Rt Rev Thos U Dud Â¬ Mr Bull Minnesota paper Rev ley who will be assisted by several friends in Louisville this week visiting clergymen Bishop Dudley is a son of Mr S C Bull of this Mr T L Edelen was in Danville will preach at 430 in the afternoon Tuesday on a visit to Gov Knott city after which he will administer the The Rev E H Bull who is Mrs Helen McOlure left Thursday rite of confirmation OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET uhder oil to the Presbyterian for a visit to relatives in Louisville First Presbyterian Church Miss Ora Leigh returned Wednes church here and at Ely graduated D D Rev J week day from a visit to friends in Owens pastor McOluBky Blayney pulpit thoÂ¬ ai McCormick Seminary last towill occupy his boro FOR SALE and will enter upon his pastorale morrow morning at 11 oclock The Miss Clara Swigert of Lexington usual services in the evening at 730 next Sunday preaching morning has been visiting relatives in this city Young Peoples Society of Christian TBVMPEY i0r as new We property for sale the business offer and evening He is well and favor- this week Endeavor meets at 045 p m in the quick will take it IIWA U Cost 100 If sold by Kliicel Bros on St Clair street now occupied SO This Is one of the best business ably known in Duluth Presbytery Mrs Nora Wood nee Holenian of lecture room locations In thH city the lot Is more than 26 feet front by Ui feet dsep and besides the large laving received license from it a Kensee is visiting her aunt on East storeroom has a confortiible thvi lllng of six ZE2ent Methodist Church No services rooms In the second and third stories This Is ago and preached at Willow Main street year valuable property and will irako first class In Miss Louise Bright of Lexington to morrow as the pastor is out of the and Ruttledge during last TWO 9TOKY FRAME RESIDENCE OF J vestment River A Rooms with Ht ible mill lureo erouiuK 011 is visiting Mrs H M Sherman 322 city holding a meeting Mr Bull is the third Steele street summer Sunday school meets at 930 a m Murray street South side This Is very desirable Epworth League convenes at 645 p property graduate of McCormick received Miss Carrie within a Wednesday toHolt left for Louisville m in the ladies parlor Blacksmith by Duluth Presbytery visit her sister Mrs year the others being Rev A J Carroll FOR SALE Southern Presbyterian Church Samuel Sample of Glen Avon Mrs E G Booth of Louisville is Owing to repairs being made upon BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT Til Forks or Elkliorn Including a frame THE and Rev Mr Keithly of West the guest of her sister Mrs Job L the building there will be no services Storeroom and residence on TODDof four rooms with neces ury bullalngs to morrow Rodman on Shelby street Side This Is desirable propThey have proved a Duluth and ten acres of iuid Is offered at a bargain erty and Is offered at albargaln This is the only shop now In operat on at that great strength to the cause of Senator William Lindsay and wife Forks of Elkliorn place and will command a good trade If run by an Holmes returned Presbyterianism in this district and and Mrs from Washington Tuesday experienced workman evening The infant of Mr Dick Sebree has it is expected Mr Bull will be FOE Stagg has Mrs George 1 y helpful The young pastor from Florida Twhere she returned been very ill during the past week equ has been Mr John Holton has been very hails from Kentucky and is a rela- Â¬ sojourning for several months HANDSOME NEW RE3IDFNCES OF much indisposed during the paBt THE TWOrooms ea h on Main s reet South tive of Dr T H Cleland of the Frankfort Just erected by Dr Reynolds left week Mrs Loulie B Longmoor BAIUHIN IS OFFERED IN THE Malt House property on Mero street This First Presbyterian Church of Thursday morning for a few days Misses Annie and Fay Redd graced property Is well equipped for malting or would our village with their presence last Duluth It is expected Mr Bull visit to relatives in Oynthiana make a tine warehouse or manufacturing estab lishment Mr Charles T Keller left Monday to Sunday will be ordained and installed FOR The roll call at Buck Run last Sun- Â¬ visit friends and relatives in Cincinearly in June when several minisday proved to be a genuine jubilee and New Richmond Ohio ters and elders will be here and nati meeting TiTll T W IN J STOREROOMSouth SEO yjJX XV Ci NTT 0nd street ON Side Mr Brooks Miss Sarah AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE F FIVE when it is expected a popular Johnson of Buckner andare visiting Some of the earlier varieties of on Shelby street South Frankfort Louisville meeting will be held and a formal Miss Carrie Holt on Campbell street vegetables are now being enjoyed by our people WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF reception given to the young Mrs Ohas D Bercaw and daughter 5 rooms on East MI11 street Misses Bonnie Hockensmith and Versailles hotel pastor at the left Wednesday afternoon to visit Ida Stone have returned home from a FOR SALE Mrs Thos H Bradley in George Â¬ visit to Mrs Joe Holton 260 ACRE FARM Frankfort College Commence Â¬ town Little Gldver son of Mr B F Suter rA FARM OF 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH A larua ment In the limits of Mr and Mrs A J Carroll are visit Â¬ fell from a horse a few days since and of this landcitynov underFrankfort and the part Is bal cultivation ing the family of fJudge W H Holt broke his arm in three places ance Is good grazing land In this tract there Is AF FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE- tobaccj land J ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is A very interesting programme corner of Campbell and Shelby The frosts of the past week have also a quantity of line offered for sale This tarm is well adapted to streets stock raisins or will riN line tobacco as well as been quite destructive to the tender has been arranged for the comothercrops suited Y0U A FRAME tOT Kfin WIIL ofBUYrooms on Second stnet all easy payments tor this climate Will sell Bishop C C Penick of Baltimore varieties of the vegetable kingdom ipl on 3 tage ment exercises of the college Maryland was in the city Tuesday Mr G M Brock and wife who vis- Â¬ South Side visiting nis brother Rev E A ited friends at Monterey Owen May 23 June 4 county last week have returned Penick In the college chapel Friday Mr William Cromwell left Thurs home FARM FOR SALE evening next May 31st Philo day afternoon for a visit to his Miss Mattie Jouett who visited recently has friends Mr mathean Society literary exercises brotherIlinoiB John O Cromwell in returnedintoour vicinity at Stamping A 210 Lo Â¬ OF her home Joliet WE OFFER FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good acres situated on Frankfort on n icrgetown cated 8 miles music recitations French Ground pike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Mr Weedon Williamson of Grant Is well Improved abundantly rooms and rooms The commencement sermon will county has been visiting his grand Â¬ Those fond of the sport find in Â¬ ductive landwater and Is especially aiMptedsup dence of 5necessarya tenement of fourThis land is plied Improvements to another preached by Rev Dr Young father Mr J H Williamson near this creased enjoyment daily in fishing stock with be raising The neighborhood Is excellent In a high state of cultivation the Improvements Silver Lake being the favorite resort churches and schools convenient and all sur are In line condition and in order to make a Sun- Â¬ city this week - President of Centre College roundings attractive quick sale will bo offered at a bargain of the anglers day morning June 2dat u a m S Cooleman left Monday Dr Jacob Mrs D M Crockett and Mrs Mat in the First Presbyterian Church afternoon for a visit to his sister in He will be absent tie Harrison and little son Price of drills Indian Territory There will be recitals Murfreesboro Tenn have returned and about a month pantomime calisthenics home from a months visit to relatives music by the pupils of the primary Mr Robert Coane of New York and friends in this county who has been visiting department ii the college chapel and Prank Heeney in Messrs James Bro Burdin delivered a very in Â¬ this city left structive lecture at the prayer meet Â¬ Monday morning June 2d at 10 for home Thursday Every Baker In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour ing Thursday evening of last week a m The graduates will read His trip to the Southern RJrs Sidney Branham of Midway Subject their essays at 230 p m Monday has been spending this week with her Baptist Convention at Washington Monday evening at 8 p m husband who is the storekeeper City The gauger at the Cedar Run distillery House Misses Annie Grant and Cordelia at the Opera Bull were the guests of Miss Carrie recitaTennyson Princes Mrs D M Woodson of this city Brock the first of the week Their tions drill and music Commence- Â¬ and her sister Mrs Adams of Mar Â¬ in our midst delighted the Thursday shall Missouri ment address and delivery of visit to friends left Georgetown for a Sresence more than one of the beaux flfc- and of our section But boys cheer up in diplomas at Opera House 10 a Paris they will come again m Tuesday Mrs Thos H Bradley and son who has been in E THE FLOUR A reception to the graduates in Marshall of Georgetown spent Tues- Â¬ Mr Benj Sullivanmany months was delicate health for Â¬ the college Tuesday evening from day and Wednesday In this city visit removed to Covington last Wednes- Â¬ ing Mrs Bradleys mother on High day and placed in the hospital for 8 to 1030 M BSf M M WOLD street medical treatment His many friends desire Notwiihstand the advance in Mrs John H Stuart attended tho in this community earnestly health any Artie to Daughters of on State meetingthis the Kings a delegate his speedyWrestoration and Howard - all kinds ol leather our prices I Macklin Messrs A week as in Louisville to harness and saddles remain the from the local branch of that organ Â¬ BlacK accompanied him ir v iiiJi fj city and be con- Call and examine the ization same NevProccss 4 Uk Wool Suitings Check largest stock ever in Frankfort Master Schuyler Mayhall went to Jeffersonville Indiana Thursday to Mastin Bros 38 tf see his sister Miss Lizzie graduate SUX yiri5ii fsAK SrtSfcXKV 37 lA cents a vard for check suit irajra craaROw cm iiZiy from the High School in that city wow zm vZ7Zrt3i 5 nIftraB It DEATHS T ings reduced from 50 cents Thursday evening Co Sam D Johnson Mrs W 0 Dorsey and son Master Brady Mr H W Brady died Lindsay who have been visiting Mrs 38 3t at his residence on Clinton street Dorseys parents Major H T Stan Â¬ ton and wife returned to Novelty Wool Suitings Thursday morning at 805 oclock at LaGrange on Tuesday their home after an illness of several months Rt Rev Bishop Duncan 25 per cent off on all novelty of consumption aged 56 years Carolina who presided overof NorthÂ¬ the meet wool suitings The deceased was formerly from ing of Kentucky Methodist ConferCo Sam D Johnson a t Harrodsburg but removed to this ence in this city last September was Monday the guest of 38 3t city some seven or eight years in the city B Longmoor Mrs Loulie ago since which time he has been Millinery Mrs L celebrated working at his trade of shoemak anniversaryHord her birthday the 83d at the of ing He leaves a widow and home of her Mr D C Hats from 25 cents and up seven children His funeral took Hardin on Cross street Wednesday Co Sam D Johnson Only the ohildren grand- Â¬ place yesterday afternoon at 3 evening and relatives of Judge and children oclock from his late residence Mrs Hord were present The cakes Sailor Hals the services being conducted by and other delicaoies for the supper Rev W C Taylor of the Baptist were prepared by Mrs Hords own hands A31T3D 2 cases ladies sailor hats at 50 Church cents cannot be bought elsewhere RELIGIOUS Two good second hand buggies for less than gioo Co Mastin Bros Sam D Johnson at bargains ALASKA Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay-Â¬ 38 tf lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit m as usual to morrow at 11 a m and Y M C A Meeting Cheap Millinery 730 p m Sunday school in the Ohapel at 030 CHARCOAL The Younpf Mens Christian As- a m For the cheapest and best hats sociation will resume their Sunday and bonnets for the money go to prayer meeting at the First PresChristian Church Rev W B Co Sam D Johnson FILLED byterian Church to morrow after- Â¬ Taylorfthe pastor pro tern 11will con duct the usual services at and 730 Mr M R noon at 3 oclock Tjamns Xjamps Todd leader It is earnestly re- - The Young Peoples Society of auested that a larcre number of Christian Endeavor meets in the REFRIGERATORS Special prices for the next 10 members as well as non members lecture room at 645 Endeavor Society at 3 p m Junior days on our fine line of lamps be in attendance The committee Sunday Bohool meets at 030 Co Sam D Johnson will endeavor to have an interest- Â¬ 2Tor Salo 7By Rev Father arranged ing programme Oatholio Church ONeil will conduct the services at m If you dont want good work A good set of harness for 7 50 Ohuroh of the Good Shepherd to morrow Capital Steam Mastin Bros at Low moss at 730 a m High mass dont try the Laundry 24 tf 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m 38 tf Another Frankfort From Episcopal OmmcH Ordination L 8 MARSHALL CO Real Estate Agents FORSALE 11 Â¬ Â¬ JPor Â¬ Property residence EENT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RENT r 600 Â¬ Â¬ w EOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO HAVE YOU TRIED J Â¬ J I 0B Ira mil k 3 better than Flour imported this Try it vinced MrW Patronize Home Industry -e------ Â¬ The Monroe Patent UU- ST01EWB8E son-in-la- w T m UlfJED THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V JESd Po J M WA Vol XVIIL No 38 Supplement to The Frankfort Roundabout THE CITY OF CAIRO a mile or so upon it you turn into a series of alleys which cross each other at intervals and are so narrow in places that with out- Â¬ stretched arms you can reach from wall to wall A motley crowd of men women and children all in oriental dress fill and blockade them Square recesses in their sides with goods piled on shelves and their owners squatting cross legged in the center of the floor these are the bazaars There are miles of them They sell everything under the sun and for pretty You never much every price enter but stand in the alley and dicker for what you want Dicker is the right word If you paid the price originally asked for an article the seller would fall in a fainting fit He first asks three prices expecting you to dicker And all you need to do is to offer the price you will pay and stick to it He will come to it by easy Nowhere in stages in no time Cairo even in the modern and European shops are prices fixed Nothing in the bazaars is more in Â¬ teresting than the silversmiths quarter They are generally Copts and you see them plying their art and manufacturing their articles on both sides as you pass along They know how to reproduce the most ancient styles of Egyptian jewelry even the kind the Israel ites despoiled their oppressors of the night of the Exodus But your enjoyment of the bazaars is at times marred by the necessity of passing a loaded camel whose burden reaches out on either side almost to the walls of the narrow alley or of being rubbed against by strings of donkeys or a suc- Â¬ cession of stooping goat skin water carriers who thread their way through the dense and noisy throng But we have our genial and competent dragoman Ibrahim Ismain along and he acts as guard guide interpreter and Â¬ Â¬ SatubdaV Mat 25 1895 IH 51 Surveying the Itoute A corps of engineers are busily As Seen Through Mr Darsies Eyes engaged surveying the route of the extension of the railroad from Rev George Darsie after trav Shelbyville to a point on the main eling in Egypt for weeks has turnN Railroad near ed his face homeward line of the L Yesterday Hatton or Bagdad which when he left Pireas by steamer for completed will shorten the dis Athens where he arrives to day tance between here and Louisville and will remain until Wednesday The tracK seeing the sights when he will some thirteen miles from Shelbyville to Anchorage take a steamer for Constantinople will also be straightened and sever The following letter written from al sharp curves will be gotten rid Cairo is descriptive of that city N Company has which he styles of The L already placed an order with the THE METROPOLIS OF EGYPT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Of course I mean Cairo and after a ten days sojourn therein I am very willing to concede the ad jective and say Grand Cairo Not only Egypt s metropolis but Africas as well it has close upon half a million inhabitants and ranks School Picnic the second city of the Ottoman A school picnic will be given at Empire Seven thousand tourists Thorn Hill Park on Tuesday next come hither every year and the half of them go no further think from 2 oclock in the afternoon ing I suppose that when they The have seen the Delta and Cairo until 7 in the evening To speak amusements will consist of a they have seen Egypt the accurately they have seen about match game of ball between Â¬ High School nine and the Rhodes half of Egypt the easiest and perhalf to see foot races jumping haps the pleasantest Burfords But no one can appreciate this matches tug of war swinging half like those who have first seen The dancinu will the other half A trip up the Nile and dancing be continued from 7 to 1030 p staightens out many things in and m The price of admission in- Â¬ about Cairo that else were confus touristi cluding car fare will be only 10 ing to the The first thing that strikes you Tickets are on sale at on entering the city is the goodly cents Meaghers shoe store size of the buildings Marshall They are mostly of light colored stone and John T Buckleys china store and Persons loom up in imposing proportions L B Marshalls office on a hot day as we did failing to procure tickets will have Arrivingsurprised at the delicious you are to pay 10 cents at the entrance to coolpess of your hotel and you the park soon discover that the secret lies in thick wals high ceilings and Getting Ready for the New large piazzas On the street we Telegraph IJliie had found a temperature of 92 within the New The General Manager of the degrees butin a temperature Hotel of 72 we revelled Mr degrees It was a most agreeable Postal Telegraph Company in the change from the cramped quarters wl P II Cooke has bee city this week making arrange- Â¬ of a Nile steamer to its spacious ments to run the lines of his com- apartments The most distinctly thing we found at the pany into this city It is proposed American ice water the first we had New was to establish the headquarters of seen in Egypt The New fronts this new company for this section on the quarter known as The the finest part of the at LexingU n and reach out from Ezbekieb city and connects with the street there and connect all the towns of any importance in the State with by a series of large covered porches that stand high above it the system The new company and give you the best view of the will contest strongly with the sreet life to be found in Cairo Western Union for the business We really did not need to go about in order to see the sights of this section The sights all passed by us as we Matrimonial sat un er the canopies of our roomy front porch There is the Graddy Blakemore Mr Geo snake charmer showing off his live Graddy of Woodford county and cobras and crocodiles There are Miss Carrie Blakemore of this the vendors of canes roses beads county were married Tuesday fly brushes and dear only knows There goes the wafer morning at 8 oclock at the home what al seller clanking two bowls together of the brides father Mr J N with the fingers of one hand and Blakemore near Farmdale the making them sound exactly like a Yonder passes the khedive Rev Dr Rutherford Douglas of bell in his carriage Here comes a pair Im Fayette county officiating Nubian runners gaily at- Â¬ mediately after the ceremony the of fleet tired in loose white garments but happy young couple left for an ex- with legs bare from the knee tensive bridal trip after which down Each has a long staff in they will go to housekeeping in his hand and with a peculiar cry the grooms beautful home near of warning they clear the way Versailles before the rich looking turn out They that is rapidly advancing Johnsons Emulsion of Cod are the sais the most stylish and Liver Oil enriches the bloodbuilds 12- pufirrt in1 jv 111 011 B suunu Hsifl iaifmA 011111111 auu the most characteristic street sight ibaiuna vitality to the debilttated body in Cairo The sidewalk never lacks T Pint bottle Si 00 W Gav e a supply of beggars who hold up the stub of an arm or point at Sole Agent g and appeal in sightless eyes Bare A New Dentist Here pleading tones for charity footed women with black veils Dr Epps of Richmond Vir Â¬ from their eyes down and the ginia has located in this city for inevitable cylinder of brass over the practice of dentistry and has the nose pass continually Donkey rented rooms in the Weitzel build- - boys from the curbstone with saddled donkeys stand ready to ing on St Clair street White trot j ou round the city Engines for Sale and red tarbooshes ac- Â¬ turbans k companied by black blue green A portable engine a stationary and white robes extending to the engine ana a duii wneei are 01 heels are the dress of full nine Apply to tenths of all the passers by Mffred for sale cheap John Cochran Co But there are a few things that 374t will not come to your hotel and these you feel constrained to go Hogs Wanted and see One of the most im Â¬ I want to purchase a lot of stock portant is the Bazaars You skirt hogs and will pay a reasonable the octagonal public garden across the way round a corner or two price for same and enter a narrow street famous Alex Johnson known as - for shops and shoppers At Post Office Frankfort Kena quarter of After the Mooskee tucky 37 tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ c l- Carnegie Steel Company for suffi Â¬ cient rails of the heaviest make to liy tlie entire track from the point where the new road will tap the main stem to Anchorage smooths our path at every point and aids in our purchases No withone can properly see Cairo out a morning or two in the Â¬ bazaars Â¬ will not Mosques like five their tall and graceful minarets look down upon you from all parts of the city and lend charm to every gen eral view you get of it I wish church steeples were half as hand some The oldest Mosque in Cairo is that of Sultan Hasson built 490 years ago within which the dust of the Sultan sleeps and over which towers the highest of all the minarets The most beau tiful mosque is that of Mehemet AH whose yellow limestone walls alabaster pillars marble floors blue tablets crystal auditorium covered with magnificent Persian rugs and two needle like minarets were a delight on which our eyes simply feasted Every mosque has one or more kiblas or praying niches which of course always face Mecca where the pious Moslems gather to perform their elaborate devotions The remains of the doughty ruler Mehemet Ali still rest in a corner of his mosque not far from the spot within the citadtl where in 181 he butchered the five hundred Ibra- Â¬ Mamelukes in cold blood him showed us some dark places on the walls of the passage Â¬ way where the terrible deed was done which he said were caused by the flowing blood of the unarmed chiefs and pointed out the very point near by where the only one of their number who escaped spurred his horse over the fifty foot precipice The view of the city and its sur- Â¬ rounding objects of interest from this lofty citadel is memorable Before you and at your 4eet is metropolis Egypts beautiful Beyond sweeps the swift and Be Â¬ clouded water of the Nile hind are the famous Mokattam hills and their exhauslless quarries Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime Far to the left you of limestone Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe trace the outlines of the step Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wag pyramid at Sakkara 20 miles ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Ferti Â¬ down are the Farther away lizers Steel Roofing Fishing Tackle Guns Blast pyramids of Dashur while over ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc there opposite you rise the great- Â¬ est monuments in Egypt old CALL0N 11 Cheops and his scarcely inferior Chephren companion pyramid MAIN STRIiET Beyond all spreads the sandy Telephone No 66 come to you Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ 1 Another thing that is the There are something hundred of them and 1 Â¬ waste of the Libyan desert More things I ever saw A celebrated objects of absorbing interest in a tablet in the collection is the single landscape it were hard to Tablet of Tanis containing the find Decree of Canopus which shares We visited of course the great with the Rosetta Stone the honor Mohammedan University to of having taught scholars how to which resort thousands of students read their heiroglyphics of Egypt each year from all parts of the These are only a few brief men- Â¬ Mohammedan world It was a tions in this great exhibit to which great sight the vast pillared hall the visitor needs to give days and with hundreds of classes squatting days in order to take it in But I on mats on the floor the teacher cannot afford it further space in the center receiving instruction It is the most interesting spot in chiefly in the Koran Something Egypt or the world to the Egypt Â¬ like 20000 students are yearly en- Â¬ ologist And even to the green rolled and go out from these horn like myself who aims at the walls to carry and propagate the merest smattering of knowledge knowledge of the Moslem faith concerning that most interesting This University nation of antiquity it has charms here received may be reckoned as an element of that made the two forenoons I great power in upholding and spent in it among the most fasci Â¬ spreading that intolerant religion nating experiences of my life And time would fail me to tell George Darsie of our visit to the Coptic convent Births where we were shown the crypt in which the Holy Family resided Mastin In this city on Tues while in Egypt or of the howling day May 21 1895 to Mr W H dervishes the Nilometer the spot where Moses was found in Mastin and wife a son Merchant In this city on his bulrush as Ibrahim puts it Tuesday May 21 1895 to Mr or of the procession of the holy carpet which set all Cairo agog Walter Merchant and wife twin and provided one of the most boys both dying on Thursday brilliant pageants I ever saw or of We sell the best cultivator in our trip to Helopolis or On the market for 1750 See it be Â¬ where Joseph got his wife and fore buying elsewhere where we found a beautiful 38 tf Mastin Bros obelisk farm or of our ascent of the great Pyramid and our first New Marhlo Works glimpse of the Spinx and the group of our party taken by a Have just opened a shop on the photographer right under the corner of High and Main streets Spinx nose if it had one with where I am prepared to do all Cheops in the back ground or kinds of work in marble granite of a dozen other things each and stone at the lowest prices of which would of itself suffice for Give me a call But I must con an entire letter R J Lynch 35 im m tentvmyself with this mere allusion The best work in town is done and finish this letter by referring briefly to the Museum of Egyptian at the Capital Steam Laundry Antiquities by all odd the noblest collection of its kind in the world We have 2 fine second hand Five or six years ago it was re- Â¬ moved from Boulak to the Palace surreys for sale as good as new Call ofGizeh on the opposite side of We will sell at a bargain and see them the river which though a building 48 it Mastin Bros that cost 24000000 is not fire- Â¬ proof It yet needs a new and Johnsons Kidney and Liver perfectly safe building within the Regulator invigorates the liver city and is soon to have it regulates the bowels cures dys- Â¬ indigestion mum pepsia biliousness Here you find the royal sour stomach and makes your mies that came from the Tombs of the Kings at Thebes sleeping head as clear as a bell 25 and 50 j W Gayle Sole Agent away in their coffins just as peace- cts m fully as if still in their own chosen The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ and rock hewn sepulchers in the Will No flush of ecutes all orders promptly Libyan mountains call for and deliver work at your anger comes to Sethis black cheek because the curious eyes of all door Telephone No 17 24 tf nations stare at him And Raame curl ses big Roman nose doesnt The Worlds Fair Tests a particle at the ceaseless invasion showed no baking powder Nor doesTutmes of his privacy Â¬ so pure or so great la leav seem to feel it any indignity whatenlng power as the Royal ever that the most vulgar tongues make free and easy remarks about Piles Pifes If there Dr Williams Indian Piles his personal appearance File Ointment are human mummies here so are will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated there cat mummies nd dog mum- Â¬ and Itching Piles It absorbs the mies and monkey mummies and tumors allays the itohing at once acts as a poultice gives instant goat mummies and ibis mummies relief Dr Williams Indian Pile and crocodile mummies and rab Ointment is prepared only for Piles bft mummies and fish mummies and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ an dear knows how many other teed Sold by druggists sent by kinds Look at them and wonder mail for 50c and 100 per box WILLIAMS MPG CO Props Cleve Â¬ all you please Baird land O Sold by Holmes 25 ly I confess that nothing held me longer than the sculptured head of Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Queen Tai who is said to have Your Life Away exerted an influence on the startling title eighteenth dynasty which kept The truthful only harmless of a book about guaranteed the Israel in royal favor and postponed cure that braces up nlcotlnlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak by a hundred years or so the day of men gain strength vigor and manhood You pbyslcul or Her beauti run no by druggists financial risk as a guaran Israels oppression everywhere under Is sold ful face as it looked down from tee to cure or money refunded Book free Address Sterling Remedy Co New York or its loftly place in the wall seemed Chicago to me eminently fitted to be an instrument of God in carrying out Notice to Contractors One of the his great designs mast life like statues in the museum JEALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED is that of the Wooden man which O until the Gth day of June 1895 for building two and u quarter miles of turnpike extension of was found at Memphis and is Pleasant Ridge and Polsgroves Landing Turnpike are Plans thought to be at least 5000 years Road Woodsonand specifications bids on file with Engineer and will be left D M him The old In attitude expression and with Is reserved privilege of rejecting any und all II MOORE J bids May 25 2t President form it is one of the most striking Â¬ -B M m Â¬ 38 m tob- acco-habit FOH SEDUCED PRICES On ThFollowing Lines Â¬ c 1 If w M A COLLINS M I rMteswgi fflfflF - V f yfeMj m ikM H hh H iLLm H ZZ B H V H jmmmm H V H fldi H H It HkV HHH H H LH kr IHHHH hb HHHH iLLH hLLA ha H HH kWmmr H H H M V H a jjrfr r Hi Hi HI HHIHI HHHH MMMIIMIIIIIIIWBIBalglEIKI kk HH HHH1 H HHH IHh H H mm JfttW w 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 ft If Calf Cordovan Knhgaroo and Patent Leather Calf Cordevan and Kangaroo Calf Cordevan and Kangaroo Calf Shoes all styles Mens Calf Shoes all styles Mens Calf Shoes all slyles rt V Mens Shoes Mens Lace and Congress Mens Lace Congress Buckle and Creole Mens Bals Congress Buckle Plows and Brogans Our Leader Brogans We have a few job lots that we will almost let you put Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens - worth 600 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 450 390 325 Ladies Shoes Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Dongola and Cloth Tops very latest styles worth 500 Dongola and Cloth Top worth 450 Dongola and Cloth Top worth 400 Dongola Shoes and Oxfords all styles worth 350 Shoes and Oxfords worth 300 Shoes and Oxfords worth 250 Shoes and Oxfords worth 200 Shoes and Oxfords worth 150 Shoes and Oxfords worth 125 Shoes and Oxfords worth 100 Oxfords tl i 75c Lot Tan Oxfords worth 75c and 100 We also have a few odds and ends at 25 less than cost i - 1 now 3901 now 360 260 235 210 165 140 120 100 80c now 300 now now now now now now now now 235 260 210 - il 165 120 80c 60c - 100 only 50c lV V Bring the Cash along must have J Cash we Nothing but cash buys prices worth worth worth worth worth worth at these worth 250 now 200 worth 200 now 165 worth 175 now 140 worth 150 now 120 worth 125 now 100 wtfrth now now now now now now now i I l Boys and Youths Shoes Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Kf and Button and Button And all other shoes at the same cut prices and Youths and Youths and Youths and Youths and Youths and Youths Bals Bals Bals Bals Bals Bals Congress or Button Congress or Button Congress or Button and Button 250 200 175 150 125 100 now 200 now 150 now 140 now 120 now 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 and Strap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords and Strap Slippers Childrens Shoes Oxfords and Strap Slippers Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses Misses Childrens Shoes 100 worth 175 worth 150 worth 125 worth 100 worth 75c worth 50c 140 100 80c 60c 80c 120 40e 5 i fvf 3 Cash cash cash All All All All All All Best Soft Jno Jno Stetsons Best Stiff Hats Other Hats Soft and Stiff Hats Soft and Stiff Hats Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats All Soft and Stiff Hats B B No goods charged No goods charged at these prices r nfcif Hats Soft and Stiff Hats Stetsons I All Crush Hats s ffi Vtlfl k worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth 500 400 400 350 300 250 200 150 75c now now now now noy now now now 350 300 275 250 225 180 140 100 now 50c Newest Stvles Straw Hats Straw Hats i Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats Straw Hats All Buckeye Hats broad and narrow for 10c p Straw Hats - worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth worth 250 now 175 200 now L40 150novg00 50c 35c 125 ndSfSoc 100 now 70c 75c now 50c now 35c now 25c now 20c 25c Cash Only J - Cash Only Wi i All Trunks and Valises for Less Than Cost As we are going to quit this line of goods COME QUICK r AYOID THE RUSH MJ MEMHBtMUSHALL If hi 306 DUC-A-IliT STREjET Q frmi kTT I Vehicles Harness and Farm Implements V COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM Avery Corn Planters Haworths Corn Planters k Buggies Hand Planters Disc and Shovel Cultivators Garden Plows Double Shovels Corn Drills Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bicycles Harness Saddles Collars and Pads Bridles Back Bands Dusters Whips etc 5 ttVfi 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 fv BUGGY Excellent Senior Sense- - The Senate Organized No 12 Frankfort Senate Essenic Order held a Ancient v preliminary meeting on Tuesday evening at which the following officers were elected Dr W H Dade I Senator W W D B Longmoor Junior I Sensechal Walcutt chal Frank Hewitt Treasurer t If a PA Ben Blanton Sarcegos Jos Rodman Senior Vigilante WB Jenkins Junior Vigilante Dr U V Williams Surgeon J H Gray Warden Trustees W W Ely J W Weitzel and Dr John W R Wil liams On Thursday evening the Senate vjas instituted by a delegation of members of the order from Lexington and Louisville the officers installed the Senate set to work and the work of the first de- Â¬ after which gree exemplified visiting members from Louis the ville and Lexington were given a hop at the Capital Hotel ball The Essenic Order while iroom an old one is new in this section but is growing rapidly as Senates are being established all over the State Persons calling for letters in the list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules First Direct letters plainly to the street and number of house Second Head letters with the writers full address including street and number and request answers to be addressed accordingly Third Letters to strangers or tran Â¬ sient visitors in the town or city whose especial address may be un- Â¬ known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ sient Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and Going to Cyntliiana directions for postmark Black Mrs Annie Lou Mr Casper L Gayle of this Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ city and his brother Mr James tised letters for the week ending Gayle of Idaho have purchased May 25 1895 Moore George the drug store of Mr Howard Berry WC DH Martin Martha Bradley Lizzie Norseiog G K Jett in Cyntliiana and will take Dudley Mrs M Fierce Mrs Nancy E Davis Mr Green Thos charge of it in a short time Dudley Parker Mary E Mrs Lanra2Fittman Jett will turn his attention to GrahamMrs Mollie Rensford Mrs 0 B Jos L Grant farming St Clair Harry Hill Joseph Htantley Lonis Jameson J L Kinge Miss Sallie B Sexton Giddy Same Office Hours Manager Imperial Walker J O Williams Mrs Sallie Laundry Dr Baxters living in the counWhen calling for these letters try will make no change what- please say advertised S B Holmes P M During ever in his office hours these hours 9 to 2 he can be found in his office His assistants hours are from 8 to 12 and I to 6 following Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ington who will preach the sermon Rev E T Perkins D D of Louisville Rev E A Penick of Camden N J Rev D D Chapin of Maysville Rev W G McCready of Newport Ky Rev W H McGee of Winchester and Rev Rolla Dyer of Cynthi ana At the afternoon service at 430 oclock the Bishop will preach and administer the Apostolic Rite of Confirmation The church will be beautifully decorated for the occasion and the vested choir assisted by several other voices will render a carefully prepared programme of music at both services The public are cordially invited Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort HKRNESS WORKS Kentucky Administrators Notice tha estate of Bettle Stump deceased are herebv reuulred to present the same properly proven to Wm Cromwell attorney Krankfort Ky on or before June 30 1895 t A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST J BUYS A I j Apr 27 4t B 0 VAUGHN Admr Bettle Stump deceased Solid Oak Cane Seat i i i i i LAWYERS WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Estate Agent Will practice in the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties will also give special attention to the pur and chase and sale of rent eotate collection of rents claims and th negotiation of loans Also Real Â¬ x- 4 rocker Opposite Courthouse W J CHJNN fR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Office J second Will practice In nil State Courts Moor Custom House R Rogers Bulbs i Son kA BLUE GRASS HURSERIES 1 v Plants Trees Etc We offer an elegant stock Bulbs Shrubs Plants Shado Trees Fruit Ornamental Trees and Roots and Bulbs all suita Â¬ ble for Fall plunttng at lowest prices Illustrated Catalogue of 120 pages fre to applicants Cut Roses hipped to all points at any season Satisfaction guar Â¬ Addreas anteed FOR FALL PLANTING of Dutch JK -- 4 tBmSnhpnp NANZ A NEUNER Louisville Ky TO THE CENTER OF I895 wmm irm Confederate Decoration To day The graves of the Confederate dead will be decorated this afterPersons who noon at 4 oclock propose to contribute flowers are requested to send them to the residence of Mrs R M Aldridge corner of Broadway and Washington by three oclock at the latest in order that they be sent to the cemetery in time The daughters of Confederate veterans are requested to come to the cemetery at the hour named Â¬ Â¬ Death of Mrs Southgate Mrs Sallie Southgate wife of the Rev E L Southgate former pastor of the Methodist Church in this city died at the home of her husband in Lexington on 3PIS CMSTIS Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and every Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn and garden We employ no agents but sell at first cost to the planter Straw Â¬ berry and general catalogue on ap- Â¬ plication to u n I CAGO BY THE- - 1 re- - lJ oi Jr m H F Mar 9 301 HILLEMEYER LEXINGTON KY M0N9N R9UTE Louisville i j hew Albany Chicago Ry Co K r H ft MATTERS arxaiB- - ing from Union Station Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ Louisville landing passengers an the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con- Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for t m i Tuesday Cut Flowers When you want cut flowers of and any kind you want them cut fresh Both the method taken results when it is pleasant Figs is to preserve their beauty and fra- Syrup of and refreshing to the taste and acts grance Therefore Powers green- gently yet promptly on the Kidneys house is the place to get them and Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys he dont intend to be undersold by tem effectually dispels colds head anyone in either cut flowers or aches aud fevers and cures habitual plants A full supply of plant will constipation Syrup of Figs is the be kept at the store from now on only remedy of its kind ever pro and sold at prices that cant be duced pleasing to the taste and ac cejtiible to tlie stomach prompt in beat 35 tf Us action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most Nickel Plate Stamp Holder healthy and agreeable substances its Send eight cents in postage many excellent qualities commend it stamps to C B Rvan Assistant 10 all and have made it the most O Railroad Cin- popular remedyknown G P A C Byrup of Figs is for sale in 50c cinnati O for this unique vest and 81 bottles by all leading drug pocket stamp holder Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will proFor Kent cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any A cottage of three rooms hall substitute kitchen and cellar located on CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ EWJOY 334 MAIN STREET Pitillr FRANKFORT K St Paul Omaha Denver San Francisco -- AND THE- - m NORTHWEST Cull For to aid in strewing flowers upon the graves of the soldiers of the Lost Cause who sleep the last City Upon the sleep in the Hill Two cars will be run to the cemetery gate by the street car company for the accommodation of those who wish to attend Â¬ BIS FODB ROUTE BEST LINE T AND FROM Â¬ Tickets By The CHICAGO Sold Vestibuled Trains with Buile Parlor Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wugner Steeping Curs and latest Improved Private com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars niagiililclently furnlnued with toilet accessories in each com pai tinent Cars G Ivoiion E H BACON D P A Louisville p Chicago Interesting Services at Ascen sion Church Â¬ Â¬ ST LOUIS olid Vestibuled x rains with Buffet Parlor Cars hlegant i ouches Dining Cars and Wagner Kthe ft The services at Ascension will be ol Church to morrow unusual interest At 1 a m Rev R Pastor L Mc- who C eadv has been here in Deacons Orders will be tofore It is advanced to the Priesthood expected that Bishop Dudley who will perform the ordination will be assisted by the following clergy Archdeacons Benton and Rose Rev E H Ward D D of Lex- 1 Â¬ Bunet Sleeping Cars BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin cinnati iJlegunt Wagner Sleeping Cars Â¬ South Shelby street Apply at this office or to J B Polk 38 tf Johnsons Magnetic Oil cures all pains internal or external cramps neuralgia colic rheumatism sprains bruises lame back pleurisy imtantly Jioo size 50 cts 50 cent size 25 cts J W Gyle Sole Agents SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NV r LOUISVILLE NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited 8olld Vestibuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet aud Smoking Uaro Wagner Sleeping Cars Klegant Coaches und Dining Cars lundlng passengers In Positively New York City at 42d Street Depot THE IMPROVED NO For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway N depot Also needles oil etc opposite L for all finning machines A Share of your patron age solicited I FERRY TRANSFER 1 Dec ifii fim Be sure our tickets read via BIO FOUR D B MARTIN E 0 MCCORMICK Ticket Agt Pass Traffic Maiueeri lenI Po CINCINNATI For CAW OBTAIN APATENT answer and an honest opinion write to IUNN Si CO wbo have bad nearly nfty yean ezperisnoe In the patent business Communica tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patent and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientist books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notice In the Hclentlflo American and are orougnt wiaeiy Deioroiae puyiiuwuu- inus ont cost to tbe Inventor This splendid naner issued weekly elegantly iiinstratea nas d far the largest circulation of any soientlflo work In the wpna ma a bbiiirio wjiei mom aiming Kdltton monthly W0 a year Single oents Kvery number eontaina beau Â¬ eoplea as tiful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the laraatitnilima and incurs contracts Address MUNN CO WI CAVtAI 0 1 riAUL COPYRIGHTS- MAKKSV - NIW YOKE 301 BBOAUWAT tft M m - m DOWN GO THE PRICES 4 w nj v AT- - XV I J3l McCLURE We have now started a big SONS t ya cut sale of U Mens Shoes Boys Shoes j Girls pxi Shoes Womens Shoes Baby Shoes HATS CAPS J- - UMBRELLAS TRUNKS A great many 4 In fact everything in our big stock except Books and Stationery goods at one half price VS Everything a big cut on prices Mi H wa Mens Brogans Mens Fine Shoes Womens Slippers f J4 -- - from 75 cents up from 95 cents up from 45 cents up a No use in giving prices you kn w what you have been paying how low your cash will now buy them Come and see s T WE WONT BE UNDERSOLD ALL GOODS CHARGED AT REGULAR PRICES I- jp -- a j a A i 9i McCLURE I1 0 I P I l UIUUULU I OF FIIL3i THE CRUTCHER STARKS 1 H hH 11 H B L Kg H L mm H B HiHk H H H I H HHH H am H H H OF H OXjD ll H Boys mmmm BA A H mha AH I I HIi I I H HH I HH 1 Mi I 1 I I I fir J I Wk 1 j i THE GREATEST SALE ON RECORD BEGINNING - WEDNESDAY MAT 15TH X i 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 sunh 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 t- sell so large a stok compels us to fix prices that will do quick work This sale wo propose shall be 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 bo 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 u 10000 Stock of Hats and Furnishings c All must be closed out i AI Ghildrens Clothing Boys Short Pants Suits worth Si 50 and S 175 Boys Clothing Boys Mens Mens Mens Clothing Clothing Clothing Mens Suits worth and S8 - lurnishings Shirt Waists 25c 38c 15c Long Pants Suits worth S5 7 50 Mens Suits worth S15 S 14 and Mens Suits worth Ji8 FOR Mens and Suspenders Boys 10c Fine and - 100 200 FOR FOR FOR 20c FOR Mens and Boys Fine 5c col- Â¬ Boys 350 Suits wbrth to 4 3 Boy S8 5 Sio Suits for S7 sio Sio for S8 4- - 1250 S12 buys the finest Black and Blue Clay Sack or FOR 250 200 Boys Suits to 5 S2 Suits S5 will buy now choice of 600 fine Suits 450 Suits worth to 5 Boys Sio Suits to j and 6 Suits for FOR Si 2 and S15 Suits to S8 Boys Wash 25c Pants for They are made from the finest Fabrics Clay Worsteds c and Scotch English Tweeds Mens Balbriggan Shirts and Diawets20 cents al sizes 83 Boy- 3 50 Sweater 18c Mens Sweaters 25c to Si 50 for the finest Boys Stock 10 cents 15 cents to 25 cents were 15 25 and 50 cents wmmmmmmmmm Bows Fine and 20c Mens Working Shirts 19c and 38c Mens Fine Socks I2j4c ami 20c Boys Leather Belts 5 Mens and Boys Cotton cents Pai ts 25 to 50c One lot of Mens Cellu Mens Leather Belts 20 loid Coltars broken cents sizes 5 c Cutaway Fj ock in our House The e goods retail all over this country for S18 Mens and Cuffs 8c ioc and 25c Mens and Boys fine lars 8c ioc 15c 15c Handkerchtfs M R Sc task 1 Â¬ -- v 4r- Mens Ladies Mens Boys Ladies Minis Shoes Shoes Shoes Shoes Oxfords Oxfords - te v Ladies Oxfords 65c now 45c 75 now 55c now 80c Si 25 now Si Si 50 now Si 20 Si 75 now Si 50 See the j OB TABLE 1 Misses Oxfords and Shoes Si now 50c Si 25 now 75c Si 50 now Si S2 now Si 50 MISSES SHOES Si 25 now 85c Si SO now Si 15 S2 now Si 50 S250 now 2 No goods charged or sent on approval 1000 Ladies Shoes all Styles and sizes were Si 50 all go Si now 80c Si jO now Si 15 S2 now Si 65 S3 now 2 25 506 Mens Buckle Brogans Mens Finest Shoes Your choice FOR 90c 500 Mens Congress Fine FOR FOR 100 wholesale cost Positively no goods charged or sent on approval 500 odds and ends sold for S2 to 3 now 450 Tans Patent Leather Calf Kangaroo and Cordovan sold for Shoes a jfc 2000 pairs finer goods at Â¬ And You derful bargains No goods charged or sent on approval will see won 150 No goods charged wor sent on approval 2500 pairs finer goods at wholesale cost No goods charged or sent on approval 95c FOR 6 up to 7 No goods on approval or charged 1- - I Hats John B Stetson John B Stetson Style how S275 John S225 B Hats Soft Hats now 500 Stylish Stiff Hats were 1 Hats 50 to S3 2 Cos Cos Best S Best S4 Stiff Hats Latest S3 50 now Si 500 Crush Hats were Si 50 to now Si 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 - Stetson Cos Planter Hats now Leather Trunk Straps 35 cents 1500 Hats Stiff and Soft Men and Boys 35 cts to SI Mr CRUTCHER fe STARKS t Ev M