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The Fbamfoet Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XVIII A CLOSE CATjTj FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 29 1895 43 Joe J3ogcss Wanted to Die But the Ball Missed a Vital Spot A farmer by the name of Jo H Y II -- hi iW Sj iy lit If i Boggess whose home is in Anderson county came to this city Saturday evening went to a house on North Wilkinson street and while there drew a pistol and placing the muzzle to his left breast fired The ball passed through his lung just above the heart and lodged under the skin of his back being where it was cut out by Dr J L Price He evi dently wanted to die and expect ed the shot to prove fatal as he had written a note giving his reasons for taking his life saying it was not the act of a coward or a crazy man but from his pre- Â¬ vious actions his friends are in- Â¬ clined to differ with him on the He was taken last proposition to the boarding house of Mr J S Head where he now lies in a criti cal condition attended by his W sweeps used in guiding the raft it tdown the river which had been so placed that t could be used as a spring board by the boys who have been in the habit of bathing there and while walking out to the end of it the sweep suddenly turned over causing him to fall and strike his side upon the edge of its blade bruis- Â¬ ing his left hip so severely that he could not use his limb in walking Some parties happened to be pass ing in a boat who set him across the river and he managed to reach home without assistance but has since been using crutches in bringing Â¬ vm2 A New Class Opened Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report DEMOCRATIC COX VENTION The JJarjje and Disonlerlj Body Wlileli Met This Week ABSOLUTELY PURE to get about brother The Band Picnic The picnic given by the Second Regiment Band at Thorn Hill Park on Monday was a very nice affair but the receipts not very satisfactory During the day the attendance was light and the crowd which saw the game of base ball in the afternoon between the Rhodes Burfords and the Midway club which resulted in a score of 14 to 8 in favor of the former was small The climbing of the greased pole by the small boys was a very amusing feature of the day the prize being won by Master George Robb who after several ineffectual efforts finally lit V 1 I V n 4 m w K I K id sioner for this the second district met in Louisville on Monday and lace and swiss curtains Th j Lodge of the Junior Order named Hon George Alexander go to Â¬ of American Mechanics elected of Jefferson county anything and everything Â¬ the following officers on Monday go to Queen and Crescent Route to night to serve for the ensuing tlic Atlanta Exposition term It will be one of the greatest C A Nelson Counselor fairs ever known to America W S Morris Vice Counselor Many features of the Chicago B L Heiatt Chaplain Worlds Fair and many additional and new ones Lyman Graham Rec Secy Exposition open September C T Thomasson Fin Secy 18th to December 31st 1895 W H Jeffries Treasurer Do you want to go C L McEnnis Conductor Write to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O for printed F W Finnie Warden Mo 214 StLCIair St next dcor to Cunningham Inside Senti- Â¬ matter John R K McClure nel The Ills or Women reached the top and carried off the J M Stephens Outside Senti Constipation causes more than violin sail boat toy gun and four Mammoutli Rabbits Foot nel half the ills of women Karls bags of pop corn When the Clowr Root Tea is a pleasant cure T Taylor Janitor J shades of evening began to draw Mr R C Nicol has recieved for constipation For sale by on the outgoing cars began to fill from his brother Mr Jas W Co John W R Williams Election of Directors 39 up and by eight oclock a large Nicol who lives in the State of July 4th There will be an election of a crowd of young people was pres- Washington the hind foot of a ent who engaged in the dance Snow shoe rabbit which is about board of directors of the Peoples Crescent Route The Queen and enjoyed the cool breezes six times the size of the foot of an Homestead and Savings Associa- will sell round trip tickets from all 29 Stores which fanned the hill tops It ordinary rabbit and has more the tion at the meeting on Monday stations to any point on the sys 29 Stores was twelve oclock before the appearance of a claw than a foot evening next and every stockholder tern and to principal southern a crowd had all gone and the elec the toes being long spread wide should bear it in mind and be points in general at fare and a third for the round trip tric lights in the park were shut apart and covered by a heavy coat present to cast his vote Tickets on sale July 2nd and off of fur 3rd and for trains arriving at des- Its fur is of a yellowish At the Convention tination morning of lulv 4th Good white color and the foot larsie New Broom Factory All of the public offices on the tiU lh to returnenough to bring Bob all the luck j Ask agents for particulars orksee Mr W W Richardson u form he could possibly wish for apuu utailcu sman bill the greater part of the week as erly superintendent of the broom Boat His Record All Recommend It the heads of departments and their department at the Feeble minded Ask your physician your drug Prof T M Turner who is al clerks have been attending the gist and your friends about Shilohs a broom school has opened factory at the corner of High and ways the first of our gardeners to Democratic btate Convention in Cure for Consumotion Thev will v l bov sale by John recommend it Main streets where he is pre Â¬ have roasting ears from his garden Louisville Co W 3 Williams 39 paring to turn out a first class beat even his own record this year Recieved a Premium article which he will sell at low for he gathered several ears from Couch cold and wheezing of rates to dealers the lungs so common with chil- He has not yet his patch on Mi nday which is Miss Florence Salender daughter gotten in all his machinery but several day- ahead of his best time of Mr George Salender of this ren are easy overcome by using Johnsons Emulsion of Cod Liver expects to receive it in a few days heretofore city rectevea a prize at tne clos Oil luill pint bottle Si 00 For 1 when he will set a full force of ing exercises of Visitation Acade sale by J W Gayle Sole Agent Dr Waller II ILowls Mr Richardson hands to work my at White Sulphur last week BIG FOUR ROUTE 1 has lon experience in the busi- Waller H Lewis son of Dr for excellence in music and physiness and will be able to make a John A Lewis of Georgetown ologyBcstlJinc to tho North and East cS5 SCO better article than has been in the formerly of this county graduated All lines from the South make Court Duy in Central direct connections market here for a long time with honors from the Dental De m Cincinnati with Union Station partment of Central University at Next Monday is court day but through trains of the Big Four Hurt Wlillo Buttling Louisville last week as the farmers are busy there is to Chicago St Louis Indianapo Mr Will A Lewis put on his Cleveland New not likely to be a very large lis Columbus TluTsick Go bathing suit at his home on the For full infor Â¬ and Boston York crowd in town mation call on nearest agent or West Side Wednesday evening Major H T Stanton is so far A Natural BeuutUlor address Largest House Furnishers in the swam across the river to the rafts of improved as to get out and sit up E O McCokmick Karls Clover Root Tea purifies sawlogs near Congleton Bros mill on his front porch and Mr D C World Pass Traffic Mgr the blood and gives a clear and DBMaktin climbed upon a raft and started B irrett is also so much better as beautiful complexion For sale by Ticket Agent Genl Pass 223 223 2SdCAI35T ST to dive from one of the large to be able to drive down town Co Cincinnati O John W R Williams r 39 ICS Class O in the Peoples Home stead and Savings Association will be opened on Monday offering another first rate chance for laboring people and mechanics who wish to make small weekly savings to place their money where they will receive good and sure returns This Association is doing what no similar institution has other done in this city going right along maturing and paying off classes every six months and paying to its members handsome profits on their investments There is nothing short about the Peoples Homestead it is solid and well managed and you can make no mistake if you take shares in it next week One of the largest as well as one of the most disorderly Democratic State Conventions ever held in the State met in Louisville on Tuesday and continued in session until Thursday evening The follow- Â¬ Secret Society Elections ing State ticket was nominated CAPITAL LODGE NO 6 For Governor P W Hardin The following officers were of Mercer elected by Capital Lodge No 6 For Lieutenant Governor R I O O F on Monday evening T Tyler of Fulton for the ensuing six months For Treasurer R C Ford of Clay R B Franklin Noble Grand For Auditor L C Norman Chas Keeman Vice Grand George Donaldson Secretary of Boone For Register of the Land Office C A Nelson Treasurer G B Swango of Wolfe C W Merchant Host For Attorney General W J FRANKFORT LODGE NO 28 Hendrick of Fleming Frankfort Lodge No 28 I O For Secretary of State H S elected the following O F Hale of Graves officers at their meet on Tuesday For Superintendent of Public evening Instruction Ed Porter Thomp Ferd Jacobs Noble Grand son of Owen Fred Gordon Vice Grand For Commissioner of Agricul- Â¬ S A Thomas Secretary ture Ion B Nail of Jefferson W H Jeffries Treasurer The convention to nominate a C A Wallace Host candidate for Railroad Commis- Â¬ JUNIOR ORDER AMERICAN MECHAN HAKTSTEIM DEODT laces and Hambergs go to ZElartstein s 23 go to go to Jt OX thin summer dress goods Z3artsteiaas all shades of ribbons go Hr1 to Xartsteiaas- JcToX silk parasols go EEartsteizis to- 2r1CIC percales aitstiris new shades ZETOX summer underwear go to HHEaxtsteins lEPOX silk gloves and mitts go t go to pOr the Hartsteins- in corsets new things 2KEaxtsteins XXaxtsteixis ZEOX hosiery Haxtsteins waists OX shirt HFOX ladies wrappers go to M go to Xaxtsteins For Eaxt3teins For Haxtsteiiis Prices Always all sizes go to The Lowest- PAKFSTEIJI Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ I Bed Room Suits 10 and up I - j ivt Â¬ - rir Â¬ Parlor Suits 17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables and up and up Beds 4 Â¬ Â¬ Rhodes Burford Furniture ISA rajiS iMwaaiwiiMiMBMWPJtTOBffiBgwaGiMw mm The Big Reduction --A-t -- EJEvirVr rliicli we are selling -- Has induced many people to buy who thought they could not afford it and will induce many more when they see the bargains we are offering Heady Made Clothing -SS S1D Mens Suits at H 5 s6 7 KsJSS 1250 worth ra to 5 more i i I D HUDSON HUM iHimMfflmnffli REIilGIOUS Baptist Church Rev W C Tay Â¬ lor D D the pastor will conduct public worship at 11 a m and 8 p ra Sunday fichool in the Ohapel at 930 HHBQffj BEEfE praai h JfY CASSE m ji a m Rev W B Taylor the pastor pro tern will conduct the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 8 p m The Young Peoples Society of Â¬ Christian Church Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday Bchool meets at 930 Luxton of Lexington is the guest of Miss Florence Clark on Madison street Rev W L McEwan and family of Allegheny Pennsylvania are visiting relatives in the city Miss Sue Overton left yesterday to spend the summer with relatives near Pendleton Virginia Mr R W McRery and wife returned Saturday from a visit to rela Â¬ tives in Dayton Ohio Mr Percy Lee Manner of Mobile Alabama is visiting Mr Edmund W Taylor near this city Misses Anne Bell and Lizzie Hunt Chinn have returned from a visit to Miss Lizzie Â¬ The Greenville Miss Times sient of June 22d contains the follow Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and ing leave space between the stamp and This has been a week of mud directions for postmark games and in consequence the Below will be found a list of adver attendance has been very light tised letters for the week ending and the sport not near so interJune 29 1S95 esting A team that claimed to Â¬ whose especial address may be un- Â¬ known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ Base Ball Jacksonville Hurrah for the wheat harvest The crop is unusually fine and corn and oats are splendid King David is not so tyranical as formerly He has become more quiet and is much more amiable than formerly The venerable Green Chism died last Sunday The funeral services were at the grave and were conducted by Rev H M Pdlsgrove Mr Chism will ber greatly missed by his friends and neighbors We warn the public to drive very carefully over the St Johns turnpike There is not much mettle and the bedding is almost all gone and the ruts are very deep but the managers do not omit to collect the toll all the same It is said by some that this turnpike company has no Â¬ Mr A J Lynch who has been Young Peoples Society of Christian stationed here as a U S Gauger will Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the leave with his wife this morning for lecture room their home in Lexington Methodist Church Rev S F Prof John L Tait and wife of Pollett the pastor will conduct the Portland Oregon are visiting Rev usual services to morrow at 11 a ra Dr W C Taylor on St Clair street Mrs Tait is a Bister of Dr Taylor and 8 p m Sunday school meets at 930 a m Mrs M F Wood and son Master Epworth League convenes at 645 p McKinley of Greenup Ky arrived m in the ladies parlor Thursday evening and are visiting the family of R M Trumbo near this Rev D Lilly the pastor will occu Â¬ Mr John Cooper who graduated py his pulpit to morrow at 11 a m College Hampden Sydney from and at 8 p m ago is with his Virginia two weeks B Cooper and wife The regular pastor will conduct the parents Rev W services at Evergreen Baptist Church on Shelby street Mrs W H Po3oy left Saturday for near Bridgeport to morrow morning Capon Springs West Virginia to at 11 oclock All are invited to atjoin her husband who has been tend sojourning there for several weeks for the benefit of his health PERSONAL Mr Sam C Bull jr who has been Mrs J Alex Grant spent this week visiting his parents for several weeks With friends in Louisville left for home Wednesday morning Miss Eva E Scottow of this city leaving his wife and baby behind who is visiting friends in Midway will remain here several weeks Mrs James M Saffell hus been longer visiting her sisters in Versailles this Mrs W B Taylor and son Master week Bright of Eminence are visiting her Mr E W Hines left Sunday even- Â¬ husband RevW B Taylor on Broad Â¬ ing for a visit to relatives in Ver- Â¬ way and will remain until the return sailles of Rev George Darsie when the Misses Victoria and Golden Smith whole family will go to Versailles to of the West Side are visiting friends reside and Mr Taylor will take charge of the Christian Church at in Bagdad place having accepted a call of Miss Janie Dehoney left yesterday that the congregation there afternoon for a visit to friends near Pleasureville Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Miss Crissie Pointer of Owonsboro is the guest of Miss Ora Leigh on Persons calling for letters in the Shelby street following list will please say that Mr J Swigert Taylor returned Tuesday from a sojourn at French they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery Lick Springs of letters by carriers at the residence Hon E H Taylor jr and wife left pf owners may be secured by the Tuesday morning for a sojourn at observance of the following rules Estill Springs Firht Direct letters plainly to the Mrs J Stoddard Johnston of Louis Â¬ street and number of house ville has been visiting friends in this Second Head letters with the oity this week writers full address including street Mrs J Ed Ray and Mrs Dr Hart and number and request answers to of Paris who have been visiting Mrs be addressed accordingly J N Orutcher on the West Side re Third Letters to strangers or tran sient visitors in the town or city turned home Monday Â¬ Â¬ 1 at 8 Episcopal Church Rev R L Mies McCready the rector will conduct Florence Winn of Winchester the services to morrow at 11 a m and has been the guest of her aunt Mrs 430 p m W F Dandridge at the Capital Hotel this week First Presbyterian Church Mrs Price Berryman of Nicholas Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will ville who has been visiting Miss occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ Mollie Berryman on Third street ing at 11 oclock and in the evening home Monday returned Col L P Tarlton has gone to De- Â¬ Cassander the new pastor will con- Â¬ When calling for these letters duct the services at Church of the troit Michigan to act as presiding please say advertised judge during the Detroit races Good Shepherd to morrow S B Holmes P M Low mass at 730 a m High mass Mr Robert I A Mason and wife 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m of Lamont Illinois are visiting his LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ parents near Jetts Station this county-KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Catholic in Columbus Ohio Church Rev Father friends Evans Mrs T J Fisher Miss Mnrrie erine Freeman Charley Patterson Lizzie Gorvin Sam col Pator Chas Green Shanalian Rice Thomas Mayson Smith J H Henry J R Thnmnfl J Jeter Mrs Martha Vanse W M Konrader Mrs John Alles Miss Sallie Batler Pricilln Enbnnks S M Krintr James Miuikirt Mr Marlow Miss Cath Â¬ W Southern Presbyterian Church city rence 97 Grade 5 Dora Lawrene g74 Hallie Riddle 96 17 Edna Bridges Jesse 96 2 7 Maggie Smith 93 Brophy 91 John C Tackett 93 Manda Tackett 93 Willie D Whitton 96 Grade 4 Orlie Whitton 96 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory Noah Wise 94 Anna Belle Whit- Â¬ 3 75 5 50 trash ton 65 Arthur Wiley 94 Jessie 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 Ivy Riddle 92 Ivy 5 50 Powell 96 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory Lizzie Poe 93 John Tackett 95 8 50 5 50 lugs Tilghman 94 Annie Tilghman 91 Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 Grade 2 John W Poe 92 15 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf lb 00 Bessie Lawence 98 Walter Powell 28 00 80 18 00 Select or wrappery James Curry 96 Rube lilgh man 95 John nlanley 90 Kentucky Sunday school Union Grade I Hettie Wiley 96 Pearly Howard 95 Carrie Wiley July 2 ioth the Midland will 85 Stella Wise 85 Flossie Law sell tickets to Lexington and re- rence 97 Gus Wiley 80 Number turn at 5115 On July nth at enrolled 33 Number in atten C D Bercaw 86c dance 19 R C Juktt Gen Passenger Agt Teacher Â¬ receipts for the same period of 2702 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 98036 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 on our market to this date amount to 99202 hhds The offerings this week have shown a rather larger percentage of good to fine burley leaf than usual and the market for such gouds has developed increased activity and strength Numerous sales were made at prices from S18 to S22 per hundred with oc casional sales from 22 to 25 and one hogshead was sold at 28 the record breaking notch of the season The rrfarket closed somewhat irregular and slightly easier for the very com mon and low medium grades We have made extensive investiga Â¬ tion both by mail and telegrams re Â¬ garding the extent of the recent rains The rain extended over the greater part of the dark tobacco pro Â¬ ducing sections furnishing a splendid tobacco planting season The burley territory tributary to Louisville had fine rains and the transplanting in that section may be considered as having been practically completed In the burley district north and east of Lexington including the Mason county section and extreme Eastern Kentucky counties the rain was not general or heavy in many places not affording a good transplanting season and in these districts the planting at this date is far below the average crop and with a poor stand and in many neighborhoods a scarcity of plants The impression is becoming some what current that the 1894 crop was overestimated as to the quantity and it is certain that it will not afford the usual supply of good to fine leaf and that the trade must depend largely upon medium grades for their wants The holders of the unmarketed bur- Â¬ ley tobacco believe that the situation justifies higher values than are now current for tho medium grades and are expecting to see an improvement in prices for such The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash darkordamaged 1 50 2 75 tobacco Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3844 hhds with be semi professional came from Memphis last week and great ball was expected but the re- Â¬ verse was the result The Mem- Â¬ phis crew were not in it Our boys batted their pitchers in the first and second games without any trouble making 10 runs in the first game while Merchant Green- Â¬ villes excellent pitcher did not allow a Memphis man to cross the home plate Lacourage served the semis a dish of al- Â¬ most the same gruel allowing only one of the Tennesseeans to reach home Greenville scored 6 charter times in this game The third The postoffice at Tioga is about was the most interesting of the discontinued to be Aleck Two of three games played Rogers is tired of it It is npt Greenvilles players were absent and substitutes filling their places necessary to say that this once put the teams on a more equal thriving village is not what it used Duckie basis Neither of Greenvilles to be regular pitchers were in the box Ramblers 100 Crescents 40 while Memphis had their best man to 70 all fitted with Rambler filling that position But even tires The best with this advantage over our boys E J Roberts Agent the score was close 3 to 2 in favor of Memphis The team will FOR SALE leave to night for Baton Rouge where they will play three games T DESIRE TO SELL MY RESIDENCE ON THE and Sbelby streets South J corner The Baton Rouge club will return Frankfort of Thirdthe most convenient and deÂ¬ One of family residences In the city I alio of- Â¬ with them and three games will be sirable fer my furniture nt prlvale sale For terms played next week at Atheletic apply to the undersigned 43 lm SAML B SMITH Park In regard to the two games at Baton Rouge Bob T ilford writes AT that Merchant pitched the first one and won it for Greenville by a score COMMISSIONERS SALE of 3 to 2 The second game was also won by Greenville by the FltANKLIN ClKCUIT COUllT In this game Mer- Â¬ ISHAM RAILEY same score versus In Equity chant played in left field and eat L J COX 0 VIRTUE OF THE BY In the above causeJUDOMENT RENDERED at the January term 1895 up seven flies m AlL - i A Splendid Farm sell at public sale to the highest and best blduer on I will School Report The following is the report of this School District No 13 county for the month ending June 21 1895 Grade 6 Sallie True 96 1 9 Clara Lawrence 97 Lula Law- Monday Tilly Ky between the hours of 10 3 oclock p m on a credit 2L 1G95 Frankfort Â¬ oclock it m and of six twelve and eighteen monthsrln equal Installments thelfol lowlng property or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise 96168i the amount of the debt Interest and cost heroin to wlt Said real estate Is that certain tract or parcel or laud containing four hundred and fifty acres more or less and which Is situated In Franklin county Ky on Main Elkhorn creek and bounded 11s folio as to wlt On the north by the lands or Jno T Hockersmlthon the east by Main Elk on the south by the lands of Samuel horn creek Martin undJumes Martin Mrs lantbn Stedman and Mt Peasant Baptist Church and Including the county road leading Irom Kedmuns mil to Cedar Cove and on the west by the lands former Â¬ ly owned by John Mullen demised und Cheuney that Is beginning at 11 sjcumore tree on the west bank of Main Elkhorn creek corner ot SumueMiurtln thence north with the mean tier of said creek to the line of Jno T Hocker smith thence west und north and northwest with th lines ot said Hockersmlth to the lauds form Â¬ erly owned by John Mullen deceased thence south wlUi the lines of suld Mullens land and Cheuney to the that formerly owned by county road lending from Stedmuns mill to Cedar Cove thence Including said roud and with the lines of James Martin Iantba Stedman the Hnptlst Church und Sumuel Martin to the begin Â¬ ning I will first oiler said land In parcels u descrip tion und plut of whlcn can be seen on application to the undersigned comaissloner And 1 will then offer said tract as a wholo und accept the bid or bids under which the greatest sum will be realized for suld whole tract pro Â¬ vided however that If uny one or two ot the parcels shall bring enough to satisfy the liens of tho Bank ot Kentucky and lsliuni Ralley then the remululng puree or parcels will not be sold Said uorwlll said tract us 11 whole bo otrered lauds will be sold subject to a Hen for 21850 with Juuutry 2 18U3 until paid in favor Interest from of the Infant defendants in the suit Purchaser to give bond with good and sunicient surety bearing Interest from date to have the A Hen will force und effect of n replevin bond be reserved on the property sold until all the pur Â¬ W H POSEY chase mom y Is paid MasterUommlssloner June 22 2t Â¬ At the court house door In the city of m rtl a 1 1 13h V I m firinjuiRrmrmjiJxrinnnfLnjxrinnjmn Crackers Ignited Â¬ M AJS- - irr The cracker represents your enthusiasm our dia monds the fire that sets it off Theres enough fire rggC in our silverware to set it off too The 4th is the time for enthusiasm you know so you should renew yonr stock of f5 ri it at our store several days before the 4th Our jewelry and silverware is not the only thing to raise vour enthusiasm our prices have been known to do the same thing I Selbert The Leading TTyyyyTTPv yr DO need care allow us to call your atten Â¬ tion to our Mr YOUR ate Optician Who will be with us July 12 1 EO Zehag en gradu Â¬ to We can assure Jeweler y EYES M A you the most sat- Â¬ isfactory Result in the State t vy y r w w y r tttt tttt Seltort 233 St Clair Street Cut Flowers jro- ar rihjmririnnruxixruirLriJuuuuuuTriJUtnn STUDY OF THE COXEYS more vicious and destructive if they ARMY MOVEMENT could possibly have effected an organization This restraint due to Two IJessons for Educators intelligence is a compliment for the public schools of the land and GEO ROBBINS e icouragement to teachers The average citizen of the Another conclusion there is United States is fairly well posted ned for the public schools all over on events as they present themthe land to recognize the necessity selves to his notice but frequently which exists for industrial educaTie takes merely a superficial view tion as an element of the course of of an event and considers it a huge joke The flippant sensa- study The facts here stated are most tional reports of the newspapers forcible arguments for some form are sometimes misleading causing education to be one to reach conclusions not justif- of industrial school life as a ied by facts There are those how- given during The ever who feel that any movement means of moral training Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nickel Plate Stamp Holder cvNTlTY BESTINQUALf Send eight cents in postage When you want cut flowers of stamps to C B Ryan Assistant any kind you want them cut fresh G P A C O Railroad Cin to preserve their beauty and fral ji cinnati O for this unique vest grance Therefore Powers green CREAM pocket stamp holder house is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by Bargains in Farming Imple Â¬ anyone in either cut flowers or i Vf s1- - nni Ml I m mm m mn i v awn a mt m u ments will t plants A full supply of plants FO R SO YEARS J IHInDWl Dnnnrfln be kept at the store from now on Farmers you want to stop and and sold at prices that cant be EVEBY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 look at my twenty five dollar IOXU B V AM imTGOISTS beat 35 tf ST 10ft IthDICIMt TO Mowing Machines and twelve dol -i- CIUUDSO-J A Great Offer lar Hay Rakes both of which are Mayl2 ly warranted I also have fifteen The Louisville Daily Post pub- tons of Rock Salt just the thing lished every evening except Sun- for stock Â¬ 5 ORMS LITES m i m -- tri El lfC wbmi C E Collins The Broadway Hardware Deaer 7 Second Occupation conduces men is worthy of a more serious study than the ordinary news- to morality paper correspondent is capable of A CATCHER CAUGHT Â¬ of a body of people whether it be two lessons are Intelligence First the action of a settled community viciousness or of a hastily o ganized band of restrains Overloaded We are overloaded on cultivators and double shovels We will for the rest of the season offer the best cultivator tongueless in the market for Si 500 cash double shovels for 200 42 tf Â¬ making Men or communities act in accordance with a choice they have made The choice is the result of the desire which stimulates them To study the actions of a man or of a body of men is to discover the incentives or causes which impel to action When Coxeys army marched toward Washington some of our leading universities in various parts of our land and at various times sent competent professors of political science and social economics to study the movement These professors joined the army at various places marched with it several days and made careful observations and critical studies all of which agree most remarkably with each other The following are among the facts observed The members of Coxeys army were young men many of them being mere boys lacking judgment They could all read and write and were more than ordi narily intelligent They were of American nationality there being very feiv foreigners found among They were largely such them persons as had learned no trade ordinary laborers with no means of steady support who when stringent times arrive are the first to feel the depression and conse- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boy Tackles the Business End of a Turtle Paris Kentuckian Citizen gives an account of two boys sons of Robert Link aged respectively six and twelve years who were playingnear a pond about five miles from Paris when they saw a large turtle which they concluded to capture The larger boy waded in the pond and jumped on the turtles back when he called upon his younger brother to catch the turtle by the tail as the turtle was under the water but instead of catching it by the tail he put his hand in its mouth The turtle shut its jaws upon the little fellows hand and was dragging him into deep water where he would no doubt have been drowned but their father heard the screams of his two sons and galloped to the scene when he killed the turtle and prevented the drowning of his son The weight of the turtle was forty pounds JlflJSll of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever J made Subscribers to the Roundabout SCORES NGTHifkG BUT FllESl who are not takiug The Post now 7 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE J can avail themselves of this op- J known for 15 years a3tho BEST REMEDY for PilLESfi portunity by addressing this office writing to B G Boyle 526 or Stilil BY ALT 3ItiGISTS V V Prtpiaj8ICgA5ClTHEB S7 LOUIS Third street Louisville about at WJr ww www- ine price 53 per year iBUOKEYEf OlSfFIEIT Â¬ CO Mastin Bros THE BIG FOUR ROUTE May 12 1 y -- The Racing at Carrollton At Carrollton Ky Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All SEEK THE- - Â¬ Â¬ pi An Energetic Finn The new firm of Howard Graham successor to Howard McCoy are keeping abreast of They carry the best the times grade of goods in the city and sell for the lowest cash prices They are energetic young men who have won the favor of the public by fair honest dealing and the business like way they conduct These are some their business of their prices Paragon Magnolia and Amour Hams iij4 an I2j cents Breakfast Bacon 1 1 y2 cents by the piece Best Leaf Laid io cents Best New Orleans Molasses 40 cents Honey Syrup 50 cents Granulated Sugar 19 pounds for 100 C Sugar 20 pounds for All other articles in 100 stock in proportion They pay highest prices for chickens butter and eggs vegetables c and will be glad to see all their friends Call on them and be convinced Place of business opposite the I Â¬ has been organized the Carrollton Driving Association which will hold its initial meeting there July 4 one day only The handsome purses hung out will draw good horses For instance the 230 trot is for S250 the 230 pace is for the same and then there are two or three running and bicycle races the purses aggregating S750 They have an excellent half mile track The Association is composed of many of the leading citizens of the vicinity men whose characters and reputations are a guarantee that the racing will be conducted on high and honorable principles They announce that their object is not gain but that their purpose is to promote the trotting horse For Rent industry and furnish enjoyable sport to the people John T A cottage of three rooms hall Lewis is president Percy Corn kitchen and cellar located on secretary and James F Jett South Shelby street Apply at this treasu er office or to J B Polk 38 tf Â¬ Â¬ trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most MICHIGAN picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING New Central Station on Twelfth street CARS tun dally between and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Cincinnati and Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Ban View Minh Wabash Street Cable Lines and the VIA South Side Elevated Railway Con made at Hyde venient stops are also Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains AiiclC IVM Hallway Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars The direct route to Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse City Elk Rapids Charlevoix connections Petoskey and Bay View Your ticket should read via the Big by which paseniers Four Route to enjoy these privileges This li the only lineRegion are landed at to the Traverse E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Traverse City Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Big Four Route Cincinnati O CDOL- - RESDRTS DF Big Four Route For full Information us to time of trains etc wilte any representative Bl Four Route E 0 McCoiuiick D B Maiitin Pass Tralllc Mgr Genl Pass Tkt Agt To Winchester leaving p m makes close Frankfort at 4 connection at Paris Junction with K C for Wii Chester arriving at Winchester at 610 3 ANNOTJ XCEMENT Midland train No For Representative XV him miHinrlrnil tniitinnnnnn W 1 IKWfS n a candidate for Representative of franklin county In the Legislature sujject to the action Primary election ot the Dam wraths party BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany lu quently the first to suffer privations The fact that they had no trades prevented them from cooperating for mutual assistance and also from joining those trades Â¬ Â¬ Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itching at once acta as a poultice gives instant relief Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by mail for 50o and tfl00 per box Piles Piles Piles August 3d 1805 We are authorize 1 to announce JAMS A VIOLKTT us a candidate tor Representatle of Franklin county lu the next LejMature subÂ¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party Primary election August 6 1893 LAWYERS W BLACKBURN Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Jr Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Ahwers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUN IN THE Louisiana Ave 74 Vashiiigtont D C GwitoH Hi which were assisting unemployed members This was truly a most pitiable condition enforced idleness presaging starva tion and no ray of hope for relief One conclusion reached is that the intelligence of those constitut- Â¬ ing the army was the principal reason why there was so little riot Â¬ ing and disorder An ignorant body of men would have been unions Â¬ WILLIAMS MPG CO Props Cleve Â¬ land O Sold by Holmes Baird WAT CROMWELL Juno 15 1 weekly A courier Journal 100 A YEAR The U show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others Notwithstand the advance all kinds of leather in 5 Govt Reports Attorney nt Law Frankfort Kentucky ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTERS0N Is the Editor PRICE Will f ifti nl Ina I n t ll t tln Until 1 OllllD IK HI HIIVUKltlH AI1U HCtU Vattn liAiit The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes Courts ot Franklin mid the adjoining counties - liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the i 11111 Will HISU Kivu speuiiii mirmiuii mr iipaper and Premium Supplement sent free to any chasB and sale ot real estate collection ot rents address Write to claims and the negotiation of loans Karls Clover Root Tea our prices on Is a sure cure for headache and harness and saddles remain the nervous diseases Nothing relieves same Call and examine the so quickly For sale by John VV largest stock ever in Frankfort R Williams Co Mastin Bros 38 tf 39 WJ CHINN COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY JR OlUce Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky second Louisville Ky Will practice lit nil State Courts tloor Custom Houm cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ Vita t iMHlpMBpMeJ WMMESiSE BP9WSW FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT a man who introduced a bill THE NEW F F V LIMITED into the Legislature to remove Commencing Sunday May 13th Entered at thopost onice at FrankfortKentucky capital to Louisville and the F F V Limited will leave the ns second class mailable matter wanted it removed anywhere to Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub arriving at Washington at 740 a get it out of this sinkhole Baltimore 900 a m Phila when by sticking to Mr McChord m FRANKFORT JUNE 29 1805 delphia 1120 a m and New to the last he would have won the York 140 p m The train will The licuson Wliy nomination and it would have consist of Composite Car Elegant been shown that the people of Day Coach with Smoking Com The latter part of May we sent this city and county appreciated partment Dining Car Pullman out bills to a number of our sub- a kindness and did not forget a Sleeping Cars of the latest and scribers who recieve their papers friend and desert him in the hour most improver design and an Observation Car Emphasis is by mail notifying them of their of need especially placed on the Observa Frankfort will need friends in tion Car Built by the Pullman indebtedness and requesting that the future as sorely as she has in Company from Chesapeake and they give the matter their atten the past and if this is the way Ohio plans the F F V Obser tion Those who cared to have vation Cars serve their purpose we repay them those who have better than any others that have the paper continued responded lent us a helping hand will turn ever been constructed promptly but quite a number have from us with scorn and mock when As the F F V Limited is the paid no attention only train having an Observation Taking their our calamity cometh Car attached it nece sarily folsilence to mean that they neither lows that the Chesapeake and Brought to Taw wish to have the paper continued Ohio Ry alone ha scenery inter A regimental court martial con esting enough to demand an Ob Â¬ nor to pay the little back differ servation Cir The F F V Limited ence due we will drop their names vened at the Adjutant Generals is the only train running through office in this city Monday comfrom the list next week and if from Cincinnati to New York that posed of Major Allen Captain enables the business men to transyou are one of those who has Hugh A Daniel Lieutenant act business in Cincinnati one day us with silent contempt Sharpely treated and Lieutenant A T and New York the next It is this is the last paper you will re- Kirtley all of the Second Regi the only train for Jersey City Coast ment Kentucky State Guards for resorts which arc reached by the cieve until you liquidate V at dinner time instead of the trial of several privates of one F F evening in the It is the only FRIENDSHIP REPAID of the Lexington companies and a train that enables business men to How Franklin County Turned private of the McCreary Guards of transact business in Cincinnati one this city for refusal to attend drill day and reach Washington for Her Back Upon a Friend in Need The whole breakfast the next morning It is and insubordination the most desirable train for New When the fight on the capital of Monday and part of Tuesday England resorts connections being taken up with the hearing of made in the Union Depot in removal question was before the was in the Frankfort case Washington with the Colonial late Constitutional Convention evidence con- Express running through to Boston while the Lexington cases and Frankfort was in danger of balanee of the time un- which reaches New Haven 410 p losing that for which she had sumed the New London 530 p m til Wednesday The court made up m fought for yers to hold she had no Providence 715 p m and Boston its finding in each case and for- 830 p m The F F V is the more staunch friend in that body the papers to the Judge oniy modern train lighted throughwarder or one who struck more willing Advocate General for approval out with Electricity carrying a blows in her behalf than the Hon and will be sent by him to the Dining Car and an Observation W C McChord delegate from Governor and until approved by Car Washington county Early in the The Washington and Atlantic his Excellency will not be given Express also an Electric Lighted 70s the same fight was on in the to the public Vestibuled train will leave CincinLegislature and Mr D C Hardin nati at 700 p m reaching Washwas then a clerk in the Auditors The Ladies ington 240 p m and Old Point office having come here from Connection Comfort 600 p m The pleasant effect and perfect is made at Washington with the Nelson county He went to work manfully for Frankfort though safety with which ladies may use Boston Express or the Limited having no interest in this city the California liquid laxative reaching New York rbout 900 At Norfolk connection is p m other than a temporary sojourner Syrup of Figs under all conditions made with the Old Dominion and succeeded in getting the makes it their favorite remedy To Steamship Line reaching New members of the Legislature from get the true and genuine article York 300 p m the next day his part of the State to stand by look for the name of the California New Midland Time Table printed near the us in that fight thus helping the Fig Syrup Co city to hold the capital Since bottom of the package Midland Effective June 3d No 8 trains arrive as follows then Dave Hardin has beeome For Dyspepsia 815 a m No 2 1130 a m more closely allied to us having And Liver Complaint you have a No 4 735 p m married a Frankfort girl and is printed guarantee No on every bottle East bound trains depart again among us as a resident of Shilohs Vitalizer It never fails 1 7 a m No 7 1 p m No 3 On Monday Hon C C Mc to cure For sale by John W R 4 p m Co No 1 makes connection for Chord a friend to Frankfort a Williams 39 Cincinnati Lexington Richmond brother of Hon W C McChord Oakley Races and points south and a close iriend of Mr D C No 7 makes connection for Hardin was a candidate for RailJune 26th to August 6th the Cincinnati road Commissioner before the Midland will sell tickets to CincinNo 3 makes connection for Rich Cincinnati Winchester Democratic District Convention at nati and return at 33 75 C D Bercaw mond Maysville Lexington and Louisville The delegation from G P A poi ts south Franklin county knew or should C D Bercaw have known that by standing right Catarrh Cured G P A m up to Mr McChord when he Health and sweet breath secured The Capital Steam Laundry exneeded them they could repay in by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price ecutes all orders promptly Will part the debt of gratitude they 50 cents Nasal Injector free For call for and deliver work at your sale by John W R Williams door Telephone No 17 owed his brother and that if he Co 39 24 tf was elected Dave Hardin would Kentucky Sunday school Union It you dont want good work be secure in his position as clerk dont try the Capital Steam of the Railroad Commission a July 2d to ioththe Midland will Laundry 24 tf place he needs now that his hair sell tickets to Lexington and reis whitening under times unfriend- turn at 1 15 On July nth at C D Bercaw ly touch and he has a large family 87 cents G P A dependent upon him Was there that when you buy Scotts Emul sion you are not getting a secret an honest effort made by Frank A disordered Liver causes mixture containing worthless or forts representatives to return jaundice biliousness indigestion harmful drugs friendship for fiendship Lets flatulency and dyspepsia JohnScotts Emulsion cannot be se see On the first ballot they sons Kidney and Liver Regulator cret for an analysis reveals all in voted for Hon Joe McCain which corrects all liver troubles and there is it Consequently the endorsement of the medical these ailments disappear 25 and was all right as he too had been world means something 50 cents Por sale by J W Gayle our friend in the past but left Sole Agent him when other delegates began A Great Otter to come to him to save his name from being dropped then comWe will send the Roundabout plimented Mr McChord with their one year and The Louisville Evenpromotes vote but when the pinch came ing Post one year to any sub overcomes Wasting Flesh and making of Solid the Now gives Vital Strength It has no and votes counted they deserted scriber for S3 00 per year equal as a cure for Coughs Colds him also and cast Franklins eleven is the time to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Learner and ftutt Belting at Cost O so Â¬ Are overstocked on the following at tides which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Back Bands Traces 150 Wagon Whips H alters Buggy Bridles 200 Buggy Whips 125 Horse Co lars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand f JBBHmf Â¬ C Â¬ COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer CO Pi IP Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT Insurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel The only sate rare an reliable Female FIXJb ever offered to Ladies especially recommend PENNYROYAL ed to married Ladies- WJXSM and take no other Ask for SB KORI nUTBOTAl per tor 9500 BT Send tor Â¬ Â¬ PILLS 5c Â¬ Â¬ WaBox Feb Sale toy ES031i3ivES 23 ly DR MOTTS CHEMIGAXi CO B IIWD Er urlta Cleveland Ohio Â¬ Â¬ THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Subscription Only 1 Per Year m Â¬ -- Our Job Department Executes on short notice and in the latest style Â¬ Â¬ Dont Forget Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5cotts Â¬ Emulsion vvAw r V X V I M fa if Ml P Â¬ solidly for Hon George The best work in is done Alexander of Jefferson county at the Capital Steam town Laundry an avowed enemy of Frankfort votes Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Scrofula Anaemia Ema elation and I Wasting Diseases of Children ScotttiBownNY All Druggist 60eandt feiWJ if 1 raannnriBnGarannriBnariaranamrBBana B3 rr EanaGarcnrarnrprarnrsar Pad lit V 8 no DU ra I3U fe4 We Are Still Holding the We have supplied our customers during the past two weeks with shoes and hats cheaper than th8V were ever sold in Frank- fort Our prices were the talk of the town Our customers appr ciated it and patron ized us liberally Fort No Dissolution Call and see our na na W74 na eh ca ca ca IP on raa ea ra pa 1 gS cni SS bo Ea ua na ca na ca for yourself and family large assortment ca ca a ca oa ca ca ca m I A ca bb Y0UNG MEN kilflp ft 1 A ca ca ia no En bo na The warm weather is now hero and you will need summer hats and summer shoes IMI II r f Remember w are the sole agents for the 8a Rockland Co line of celebrated shoes We c carrry them in all style toes in congress g 33 and bals Try a pair ca ca LI 13 ua W1M IWi II I III III ca ca DEI l Mill fWTTglBBnnrTIMaairBMMMBPBMMMMMMMPMMiMMMBgBBMIBBiBBBBBBBl ill rnrspirninarinrjcaiiacacacrncacacjirjaccacacncacacacncacacamnacarincjin ri riririnriir7icirirarir7iramrar7irnmcarimcnmBnriarincnccaccica ca isacacacacacacacacacacacaccacuacauacacuacucacacu3acLacJcuccucji ca cacuccacacacacacawacacjcacacacaccacacacucscacacjccacacaDaca FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FROM AFRICA INTO EUROPE which cost eight FRANKFORT ca ca ca ca ca ca JUNE 29 1895 A View of Austrias Capital City W JPJth 4 Base Ball A fairly well played game was that between the Frankfort and Lexington clubs at Thorn Hill For the first Park on Tuesdaw five innings the score was very close but in the sixth and seventh the home club obtained a com- Â¬ manding lead and held it to the finish vr Below we give perhaps the last letter Rev George Darsie will write for the Roundabout before his return which will be the latter We shall part of next week however continue to republish his letters from the Christian Guide as so many of our readers have become interested in them Â¬ m i XT The battery work of Stagg Vienna Austria J June 12 1895 and Wiard and Henry Lindseys were the features of the Dear Roundabout batting I am now in a position to aplocals play The score is given in preciate the advantages of the full below Attendance very small European civilization over that of Asia and Africa Words are weak E ad n IB FO Frankfort 3 6 4 14 0 Llndser lb to tell what I feel in regard to the 1 6 0 VanDerveer If Con1 z l 12 0 difference between the two Newman ci 1 5 0 6 Wintersmlth ss stantinople is on the dividing line 4 3 3 Barret Sb Â¬ A Â¬ Rodman 2b Wlard o McCIure Stagg p rl 4 4 4 0 0 1 1 2 1 3 4 1 5 0 0 2 0 2 6 Totals Brown Douglas 39 AB 4 4 8 12 27 15 R 1 1 1 V 1 3b Lindsay 2b Brown L o Lexington J ss IB 0 2 FO A E 4 4 Scott lb ft if Frazer p Totals Innings Landrumci Wallace If Sacristy ri 4 4 4 2 4 34 0 0 u 0 0 10 0 0 0 4 1 10 8 1 0 8 2 2 l 170 0 0 27 2 0 0 0 0 13 0 2 0 0 3 8 Frankfort IV tiV Lexington Earned Runs One Two Base Hits H Llndsey 2 VanDerveer Barret Douglas Passed Balls L Brown 2 Wild Pitches Stare 2 Frazter 2 Bases on Balls OS Stagg 2 Frazler 4 Hit by Pitcher H Llndsey Newman 2 Mo 003002300 100100010 each 12346678 9 T 8 3 Â¬ dule J Brown k BR xwuuie rjays YMiueramivQ nwunsn auu ttu Llndsey J Brown Lindsay and Scott BUmplre D W Llndsey Jr THE GAME TODAY U If njt P vT i The Mt Eden and the Fank fortClubs will play a game of ball at Thorn Hill Park this afternoon at 330 oclock The Mt Edeps are a strong team and a good game is expected It was this club that produced Stratton the great pitcher and has some good ones left in that locality Will Settle the Estate 4 i Hon Grant Grean sr was on Monday qualified as executor of the estate of Major Lewis E iar vie deceased and will proceed to settle up the affairs of said decendr ent By his will Major Harvie left all of his property to his brother Mr John S Harvie with theexception of bequests of family relics to friends Running Out The Spring Hill Distillery made its last run yesterday and closed down after a six months run during which 3500 barrels of whisky Â¬ m i f 1 were made The Cedar Run Distillery which has been in operation since November makes its last run to day and will also close down for the season Â¬ with a decided leaning toward the paintings on copper Not be- Â¬ The Ottoman Empire cause it was so specially attractive Asiatic in Europe is an importation of but because it is called the mil Â¬ what belongs to another continent lion room The reason why was and the sooner it is driven back that it cost a million florins or into thatcontinentthe better With half a million dollars Of course a great sense of relief we quitted we visited St Stephens Church the Sultans dominions and Capital one of the finest Gothic Churches City And as we rolled along in Europe with a 450 foot spire toward the heart of Europe and the Augustine Church which through Bulgaria and across the has a chapel containin five urns Balkans into Servia and Hungary which hold she hearts of five It was Austrian Emperors the more we enjoyed it and the a beautiful country we saw highly Capuchin Church which contains cultivated and fertile presenting the burial vault of the imperial us a ceaseless panorama of alter-Â¬ family For two hundred years nating wheat fields corn fields and the members of the House of and growing richer Hapsburg have here found a rest- Â¬ meadows and finer the farther we went ing pi ice There are no caskets We came to Budapest the in all Maria Theresa is here and capital of Hungary but now incor-Â¬ her husband father and mother porated into the Austrian Empire So is the Duke of Reichstadt son It is a city of half a million sit- Â¬ of the Great Napleon and Iarie uated on both sides of the Danube Loui e who died at 23 and here and with broad streets and splen- Â¬ sleeps bside his mother But no did squares of stone buildings casket was more touching in tragic equal to any I ever saw It was interest thin that pointed out as clean and quiet and its men and The Maximillian of Mexico women went about in the sensible story of his short and sad career European dress of which we had on our own continent will come seen very little for months and back to all who read these lines months I had not looked upon There are some funny street a single handsome lady among scenes in Vienna Among them the natives in all the Orient are the carts drawn by a dog Now they thronged the streets hitched on one side and a man or and it was a delight to behold woman on the other and the one them After twenty four hours in horse wagons where instead of Budapest we made the run of six shafts there is a tongue and the hours to Vienna where 1 now am horse is harnessed to one side of The finest agricultural region I it You are always wondering have seen in Europe and one of where the other horse is the fimst I ever saw anywhere was The people of Vienna are a spread out before us Only one quiet well behaved people as you drawback attended the lovely see them on the street polite to picture we saiv tivo zvomen dig strangers and willing even to pul ging in the fields where we saw one themselves out to answer your in- Â¬ To the eyes of a citizen of quiries or show you what you man gallant old Kentucky that was not want to see a pleasant sight George Daksie We find Vienna a magnificent Iiiko a Solve city of over a million and a half inhabitants Its attractions are in- Â¬ The chief function to kidneys is to sepa numerable A walk around the rate from the blood the Its passage through in Ringstrasse which encircles the them of certain Impurities and watery particles original city shows you an array which make their tlnal exit through the bladder of these consetmence of inac The of public buildings and Gardens tivityretention kldnejs IsInproductive of Hrlglits of tne dropsy diabetes albuminuria and other disease more imposing and attractive than maliultH with a fatal tendency Ilostetter u highly sanctioned diuretic and you can put on paper It abounds fatonmc h Hitters Impels tiiokldnes when emtctUo blood depurlent ele to renew their Mftln futictio and strain irom in Museums picture galleries impurities which iuftt gant squares and tasteful shops the vital current own existence as organs it and of the threaten their rrh the bladder gravel and reten and is the perfection of cleanness body of Cat urineof an also maliulles arrested or tion the by this benign It would require a fortnight to averted organlu action promoter and restora Malaila rheumatim tive f We paid coustloatlou biliousness and dyspepsia also fully see all the sights a visit to the Rathhaus or city hall jleld to the Bitters which Is also speedily bene ilclal to the week and nenous Â¬ million dollars and was dedicited in 1SS3 in cel- Â¬ ebration of the two hundredth an nivetsary of the final defeat of the Turks in their efforts to capture It is a building of m ig the city nificent appointments and of im- Â¬ The Parlia pressive architecture ment House juat opposite crowded with beautiful statuary and with a sweeping roadway circling up to its front entrance is perhaps the But finest building in the city you admire so many things and there are so many things to admire that it is hard to decide what is really best We paid a visit to theSchom brunn the summer palace of the Emperor but which with its spacious grounds is also a public park thrown open to all the people As we were taken through its handsome apartments I was par- Â¬ ticularly caught by a room finished in rosewood mosaics and fine Â¬ Thei Monroe Patent ETOKEWBRE Â¬ LIfiED THE ALASKA CHARCOAL Â¬ FILLED REFRIGERATORS For Sale Bsr THE IMPROVED ir Dec 22 6m mm mm h 8s N TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M SODTH Lv Lexington Midway No 17 9 01 N0I9 No 21 No 28 For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Brontrwar npuoslte L A N depot Also needles oil rttwÂ¬ for all sewing machines A share of your patron age solicited Yarnallton Bagdad 845 777 200 Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange Kentucky MiaiandRy Only direct Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville 917 925 950 550 1023 617 1032 634 1044 641 1115 707 1135 733 1144 745 1219 812 A 217 232 240 306 338 353 401 426 448 620 648 659 8KB 78 796 901 82B 9 KB 815 846 940 M 4f6 M 620 P P lite between M CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT NORTH Lv Louisville P M No 18 No a No 22 No 24 Shortest and quickest between Frankfort lisle Anchorage Ihorgetovn Haysville mouth and and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Ptwee Vally Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Gyothiana Frankfort Spring Station Midway 745 817 827 850 926 933 949 1020 1046 1055 1111 T 654 733 800 815 828 833 200 287 249 316 338 353 408 600 624 640 53B 640 600 609 620 62 638 732 740 764 9 00 4W 7f6 6 09 CoTigtor VIA KY Yarnallton Ar Lexington MIDLAND 1130 810 ASK FOB TICKETS THAINS RUN BY GEKTRAL STAHDAPD 2 1K5 TIME In effect June SCHEDULE I No 24 will stop at Anohorage and passengers Christiansburg for for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange Nos 19 and 21 oonneot for Cincinnati at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branoh OF A M I I TKAINS l1 K IP M l I THAINS EAST Lv FranKiort Lv Summit I No 1 No NQ7I a 700 LvElkhorn LvSwluer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Georgetown Ar C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Lv Lv Duvall Lv Johnson B 706 711 718 728 734 740 747 765 820 8 400 40b U 120 4S0 4 Mi 8 08 Centnwllle Elizabeth 0 Ar Paris Ar Paris Juncthn THAINS WEST Lv Paris Junction I H16 SO 441 447 469 510 518 522 532 635 100 110 120 182 148 158 216 216 300 321 335 345 400 P M I BIG FODB ROUTL BEST LINE T AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest Improved Private Com A M IN0UMN08 C Lv Paris Lv Elizabeth tv Centrevllle Lv Newtown C S Depot lv Georgetown Lv 945 955 9 59 10 07 61 0 540 610 614 partment liunet sleeping cars magnmcieniiy furnished with toilet accessories in each co- mpai tmeut Â¬ B Lv Johnson Lv Duvall Lv Stamping Ground Lv Swltzer Lv Elkhorn Lv Summit Â¬ Ar Frankfort I A 1017 1040 1045 1061 1058 1108 1116 1122 1130 622 642 646 6 51 6 67 440 466 618 635 666 6 40 6 60 ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled rains with Buffet Parlor Cars Klegant conches Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars 700 7V8 703 713 720 726 735 BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars H 745 755 806 815 I 1130 am Leave Frankfort 400 p m arrive Georgetown 4C0 p in Hmia font tliA OilUltCtlt unl nhaiituBt VtVOltS lUAlil tilt ofirftiL nil wiirtivab SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtown 103G a 111 arrive Frankfort NEW YOBK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Bullet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars landing passengers In New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Railway and connec- mrta tn nil IWMWV v points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents The Kentucky Midland NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure jour tickets read via BIG FOUR D B MARTIN E O MCCORMICK Pass Traffic Manager Genl Pass Ticket AgtV CINCINNATI C D BERCAW GEO B HARPER Uen Pass Agt Receiver and Gen Sunt Franktort Ki or fl c V TO SUKPltlSE THE PASTOK Some IFniitlsonic Tmirovcmciits at the Christian Church The congregation of the Chris Â¬ tian Church in anticipation of the Rev return of their pastor George Darsie from his trip to the Holy Land next week have made some neat and handsome improvements upon their church property The old brick walks in the yard leading to the chapel and pastors study have been taken up and repl teed with hand some artificial stone ones the steps leading up to the pastors study door have been removed and replaced with a neat and ornamental portico a new Brussels carpet has supplanted the old one in the audience room the chandelier has been removed from the center of the ceiling and will be replaced by electric lights the chandelier taken out of the audience room has been put up in the chapel and that por- Â¬ tion of the church recarpeted Everyoverhauled and repaired thing has been done very quietly lest the news might be wafted across the water to Mr Darsie Successfully Launched and now when he returns he will find not only a hearty welcome One of the barges built by the but a pleasant surprise awaiting Government on Bosworth street him West Side was launched Thurs- Â¬ Â¬ SUNDAY SCHOOL day morning When the props sion were knocked out she slid down Â¬ the ways and took the water like To the Ludlow Iiajjooii and Cin cinnati Only three of the work Â¬ a duck The arrangements have all been men were on her although a small completed lor the Sunday school crowd had gathered to witness the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ grumbling but politics were never better shape A voter can favor Frequent showers and excellent either silver gold paper high nr The Frankfort Artificial Stone Gardens thata few weeks low tariff and yet be a consistent Co is still putting in nice work all crops ago were suffering from the cut member of the Democratic or over the city having recently laid worms are now in splendid condi Republican parties one of the hexagonal block walks tion Mr Stoops of Kansas who for Mr Virgil Hewitt from his The piety of the ridge is too bought the Russell farm arrived front gate to the door of his resi well known to need comment here several weeks ago but as hi dence on Wapping street and are farm had been rented by the agent Rev H M Polsgrove will connow putting down a solid block duct a protracted meeting at the for two years he cant of cour e Mr Stoop- at d walk in front of the residence of schoolhousc on the Benson pike get posses ioi lift his family are encamped in the Mrs L A Thomas on Washing- commencing this evening at half Mild Apt rrtK Fine W in which they made the wagon ton street The walks at the past seven Notice is also given journey from Kansas in six weeks same gentleman will Christian Church were also put in that the Pea W Ridge schoolhouse Mr Stoops has been busy fencing preach at by it since his arrival has hauled lumber 1 oclock to morrow morning at and will shortly commence to ABSOLUTELY PURE Rev James Crates of the build Matrimonial THE OLD RELIABLE Methodist Church preached at the a number of the friends of Quite Gore Hall Mr John B Gore schoolhouse on the Benson pike SWEET CAPO RAL Mr Crates is Col Breckinride were pleased to see last Sunday night of Indiana and Miss Izella Hall in Frankfort last week where him of Owen county were married at well and favorably known here he argued the case of the people of Our people first made his acquaintthe County Clerks office on ance some years ago when he Lexington against their officials Has stood the Test ol Time Wednesday by County Judge Ben came through here being then and got a decision in his favor MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED with the Salvation The mayor and officials of Lexing connected G Williams ton thought that under the new Dec 16 G e U Co Hancock Baker Mr Graves Army charter they had a right to hold Rev Dr Blayney preached at their offices for a term to which Hancock and Miss Susan Baker the schoolhouse last Sunday week they had never been elected with were married Wednesday at the All our people will be very glad out so much as saying by your NEW home of the bride near Switzer to hear him again Nearly all the city officials FAMILY leave this county Mr A N Tracys baby who voted against Col Breckinridge 43 ST CLAIR STREET Klaren Bauer Mr Nicholas has been very sick is much better last primary nominating Owens Klaren and Miss Emelia Bauerwere The Ridge is billed with the an- by 265 Superstitious Breckinridge JORDAN Proprs in this city on Wednesday nouncement that the Populists of men said there was no luck in tiie FORTOM married bein Â¬ Â¬ Kicc Walks Pea Ridge - KUlUMgiUMMSWUtUIIUJUMIWJJWIlin Â¬ IKE AMERICAN 10UCC0 COMMtt SUCCESSOR 1 Â¬ CIGARETTE 1 Â¬ in fcr ft Â¬ GfiUCERT M Â¬ m excur IV vm ly to Cincinnati Ohio and the train will leave the Ky Midland depot at 6 a m the ioth day of July Wednes- Â¬ day Fare for the round trip will be one dollar for Sunday school children parents and teachers For other persons it will be Si 50 one dollar and fifty cents A coupon will be attached to each ticket admitting to Lagoon at Ludlow which point will be the end of railroad service Many attractions at the Lagoon will be free such as the theatricals in open air and concerts etc Others are charged for such as ride on launches roller coasttrs etc the usual charge for which is 10 cents but to each per- Â¬ son wearing our excursion badge it will be half price or 5 cents Tickets must be purchased be- Â¬ fore the day of starting and we must know the probable number inorder to secure sufficient coaches All other information can be had at Cos Drug J W R Williams or of Mr C D Bercaw at Store the Midland office County Sunday schools must ascertain the number as near as possible and report as soon as pos sible in the next week All schools in county included U V Williams Excursion Â¬ Â¬ event DEATHS Chism Mr Green Chism an old and highly respected resident of this county died at his home His near Bald Knob on Sunday funeral took place Monday after-Â¬ noon Barn Burned The large barn of Mr Jas A Holt who lives on the old Judge Innes or Capt Harry Todd farm on the Peaks Mill pike was destroyed by fire Tuesday night Â¬ Oakley ltaces Crescent route tickets from all stations in Kentucky to Cincinnati and return at one and one third fare daily July 26th to morning trains to August 6ch account Oakly Races Crescent agents Ask Queen for particulars The Queen Franklin county will hold a con- Â¬ vention at the courthouse July 1st to nominate a candidate for the Legislature and send delegates to the State Convention at Louisville j uly 4th Mr Gordons little son Alec was so unfortunate as to fall ofTa fence and break his arm last wek but is now getting better Two of our ynung men exer- Â¬ cising their constitutional right to free speech gave rise to the absurd story that there was a fight during divine service here last Sunday Both orators only need a week little ashes and sack cloth to make their repentance complete What their remarks lacked in politeness was more than made up by the earnest vehement manner of de- Â¬ livery but there was no right Mr Editor nor any resemblance to one nor anything to manufacture a fight of If the well meaning but misguided gentleman who tried to persuade the young men to give up their free speech right for the present by threats of the grand jury with all its attendant horrors had only just gotten some weapons and offered to arm the pair of them they would have in stantly been convinced of the truth of this statement Â¬ majority figures for Owens cause added together they make The Breckinride forces to a 13 man supported Judge Denny the rival Republican of Owens will undoubtedly be given Denny a seat in the present Congress This jjets even with Owens supBut the Breckinridge porters men are not through yet for this decision of the Court of Appeals compels the official to run lor a re election and there are enough Breckinridge voters to prevent them getting nominated or if nominated to join the Republicans to prevent their election then look at all thefine fat offices street inspectors health officers fire departpolice and ment poor house street hands All these places to be filled and the Breckinridge Return e voters are in clover ransomed sinneis home its royal feast that is spread A petition is being circulated here for signatures asking the county court to open the polls to take the sense of the people on the free pike question Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and Orders promptly filled and deliver Â¬ ed in any purt of the city Call and see us may 11 nice 3m FORTUNE JOBDAN OR OK W CINCINNATI KELLEY O wilJ be atthe PHOSIIS IX LEXINGTON ECOTEXi KY Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday form ijdiou curnl August August July July 6 1895 20 1896 3 1895 ft m 27 1895 HEVItfMriOIDS n hit ure termed piles In uny vlctiout huwrr ULCERATION and CATARRHIot the rectum ulso FISTULA and FISSURES W McKee cured HKEEKENCES Mr Will Hawkins and Mr Walker Chambers were elected school trustees at our last election Board in the country Apply at this office 42 it Ths M VittiroAlrinkfoitK DR KKLLKYri office und residence Is at 459 West Mulitn litifctuncluiiutl HIM where he niuj oe IuuuU e r dstj of each week except SATUH- - Hurdle FriinkloaKy J Ascutt FrunHfoa hy Anthony ieacii J uuiktort Ky J r bttiten truiikfort Ky V Bvrberlcii Frankfort hj 1 llulett Betwin Kj Rev Kj A H Jlc lure rrnuururt Ky V J iiiwiiesKruiihfort K IiiUi Uom Ueiison DAYS V T Wanted 259 W ElKht KrlLEY M D i St Cincinnati will sell It is understood that Miss Nan- Â¬ y VTV IhbLB 2Hl ENJOYS Chairman State Board of Ex Â¬ aminers Dr Baxter returned Thursday from Lexington where he had been in attendance at the meeting of the Kentucky State Dental He was elected Association Chairman of the State Board of Examiners and also of the com mitte appointed to advise with the State Board of Health the body CKTClS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it ia pleasaut md refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys nie Baker will teach the Pea Ridge school this session The school trustees have made a levy of ten cents on the 100 worth of property for school pur- Â¬ They had the right it poses seems to levy twenty five cents on the 5ioo for four years but not wishing to collect more than was absolutely necessary to pay the claims they fixed the tax at ten cents for one year The district treasurer will be at the schoolhouse July 20th to receive the tax After that date the treasurer will be compelled to give a list of those vho fail to pay to the sheriff for collec- Â¬ tion with increased percentage and penalty attached -Â¬ A Fact Worth Knowing Consumption LaGrippe Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung diseases are cured by Shilohs Cure For sle by John W R Williams Co 39 Â¬ Camp Meeting l50l I M B M M FOR A N Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds liead Ulie3 and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the jonstipation that has done such excellent work of late in ridding the State of quack medical men as to the feasibility of framing a law so that the said board will in the future look after the illegal practi tioners of dental surgery in the Â¬ State Smith II u 112 Bad Tom Smith the moun Â¬ Â¬ tain desperado was hung at Jack son Bteathitt county yesterday afternoon at 145 oclock only remedy of its kinil ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac cpj table to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it 10 all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup 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 cuio it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE AY CAL NEW YORK NY Central Holiness Camp Meet Â¬ meets July ing Wilmore Ky 29th to August 9th 1805 One and one third Tare for the Crescent round trip via Queen every day of meeting from sill points between Cincinnati and Chattanoogi inclusive Ask ticket agents for particulars or address W C Rinearson G P A Mr John Dooley will teach the Cincinnati 0 Dalton school in Shelby county this session Mr Dooley taught Maj of the Virginia Buttle two sessions here besides subscrip- Â¬ Fiolds tion schools and gave satisfaction The only correct map made from to the pupils and patrons The and patrons of the Dalton official papers in the war dep irt trustees school are to be congratulated on ment with complete list of battles securing the services of Mr Sent on receipt of 25 cents in Dooley who is a good teacher money or postage stamps Address C B Ryan Assistant General and a very clever gentleman ORailway Passenger Agent C Messrs Polk and Ben Tracy are Cincinnati O going to Louisville on the 4th of July with their command the TI10 Irrepressible Saxby McCreary Guards Send 10 cents in stamps for a Mr Jim Tracy has a first class handsome copy of the volume cabbage and melon patch Snap Shots by the irrepressible The grain crop here rye wheat Saxby to W C Rinearson Genl and oats are pronounced good Passr Atjent Queen and Crescent Nearly all the wheat is cut some Route Cincinnati Ohio few fields of rye seem to be too Only a limited Send at once ripe edition Our people have all been so A good set of h irness for 7 50 busy that they scarcely have time Mastin Bros to go to town to learn anything of at 38 tf Some are of course politics TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE M 1 LOUISVILLE TIPIESJ M THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Quotations H H Latest Market News H H Latest State News H All the Local Reports H H Complete Press I H H H Largest Circulation In the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY I H H H PS H l50CENfsTM0NTH Of i 500 Ysar by Mall I JNO A HALDEMAN Bus M sR 60S Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JAPANESE contUtlng of A Now nml Complete Treatment SUPPOSITORIES Oapaulita of Ointment ond two of Ointment A never falllno Cure for Piles of Boiei overr nnture uud degree It make on operation wltn the knlfo or injection of carbollo acid which ors painful and seldom a permanent cure ami otteuru eultins in death unnecftaary Why endure this o boxes terrible disease Wo guarantee benefit re to cure any case You only py for ceived II a box 6 for fa Sentbymall JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 2Sc a Box Piles Prevented UUHO I by JapanesoLlvor Pellets the oreat LIVER end STOMACH REGULATOR and Fmall mild and pleaiwnt to BLOOD PURIFIER taEe especially adapted for children uev fU Dosoi CURB PnNCTIPaTinNCure cents 1 M del 1 2Z h P cms siiEH nscsvrrzxxasixrsELK nliis is what I ara -- grcixigf to liarcre people ay 3 F n iTl yyyy To ulose out my entire stoek of china every piece in my large stock will be marked down to very close margin above Call cost No trouble to show goods and get prices qL tyyy nniiff nwm JSUUiUifilS hl y jyi Jtf Jtfi ay jsjcssyrjt i Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods I am giving tinware away at present prices Granite ware cut 50 per cent My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere JOHN T BTTaKLETY ST- - CLAIR STREET 8s Orescent Route to Ghinkamauga Veterans and their friends will all want to attend the great National Park dedication at Chica miuga this fall It will be a notable event Do you want to know how to make the trio and what youll sec K THE FOURTH AT THE PARK The Day Will be Celebrated With kames and Other Amusements All of our merchants and other business men should close up their places of business on Thurs day next the Fourth md let their clerks and other employes enjoy the day as may suit their fancy and there will be no occa- Â¬ sion for anyone to go away from home for amusement as Thorn Hill Park will furnish everything of that kind and it only requires a short and pleasant ride on the There street cars to get th re will be two games of ball one in the morning aijd one in the after noon between two good clubs besides a tug of war pulling match for a prize and dancing in the You can go out and pavillion take your family to spend the day under the shade of the trees and dinner off the make your splendid burgoo which will be supplied on the grounds if you do not care for the sports or dancing It is a pleasant place on high ground where every breeze which is stirring will find you and the price of admission is so small that anyone can afford to go out there and have a peas- ant quiet day of it or join in the fun and make all the noise they desire Â¬ A Hi V M i 61 S 1 when you reach the journeys end for bargains Write to V C Rinearson G P Crescent A of the Queeu Route Cincinnati Illustrated and descriptive matter upon applica- Â¬ tion Crescent Route The Queen to Chattanooga is the best line and has the reputation of unequal ed service of handsome trains of palace day coaches and through sleepers from New Orleans Mer- Â¬ Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the idian Shreveport Vicksburg and Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the Colored Odd Fellows Chattanooga Birmingham to market and to make prices right Quick scheduls and interesting The District Lodge of the Grand scenery en route help to make the United Order of Odd Fellows will Queen Crescent and Southern meet in this city on Tuesday route par excellence Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest July 9th and remain in session High Bridge July 4th prices that our store is a place all economical several days On Friday the buyers should visit 1 2th there will be a grand parade Crescent Route The Queen through the streets of the city low rate excursions to High Bridge with a picnic ind prize drill at and return have brought out such Thorn Hill Park It is expected unprecedented crowds of a pleasthis ed public that there will be several thousand delightful to spend the day at has place that July 4th in the parade one thousand of been selected as one more date TO THE CENTER OP whom will be uniformed Pariarchs upon which to make the trip Low rate of 8octs from George- Â¬ Hand Mashed town for the round trip Best dinner in the country for It was rumored on the streets 25 cents Plenty of shade and Easily Quickly Permanently Restored yesterday that one of the employes water Excellent boating and fish mAUnC I IU BY THE- ntn lint ten guarantee to Cares weaknesses Nervous at the Kentucky River Mills had ing A delightful ride to and restore Lost Manhood evils from early or later ex Â¬ Debility and all the cesses the results of overwork worry sickness his hand cut off in the machinery from High Bridge development given Full strength tone Special train leaves Cincinnati at etcevery organ or portion andthe body Improve to of at that institution but it turns out immediately seen the first a m stopping at all inter- ment of letters of praisefromfileinourbox Thous Â¬ office Can ands on that Frank Blane one of the 84 be carried in vest pocket Bent by mall to any mediate stations Chicago Ry Co Louisville New Albany address on receipt of price One months treatÂ¬ hands in the mill onlv had his Has Been There Train No 5 Leaving Cincin- ment in each box Price 100 6 boxes 500 with Written Guarantee to refund money if notched Elegant trains morning and even Â¬ right hand caught and mashed nati 7 a m can also be used Bend to us for the Genuine Circulars Free ing from Union Station Louisville A gentleman on the Square while at work around one of Ask agents for particulars J W GAYLE Sole Agent the landing passengers ar the Dearborn VV C talks to our neighbor of the Capi- Â¬ machines Rinearson G P A Cin- Â¬ Station Chicago Five minutes from No serious damage HOTELS Also cinnati Ohio tal as follows Bulbs Plants Trees Etc the LEADINGTrunk Lines for con- Â¬ was done and he will be able to go necting with FOR FALL PLANTING You can talk about your well to work again soon Q C to the Atlanta Exposi Â¬ We offer an elognnt stock St Paul organized orcnestras and your of Dutch Bulbs Shrubs tion Plants Shads Trees Fruit splendidly trained opera troupes Omaha and Ornamental Trees For a Ijong Term It will be one of the greatest Roots mill Bulbs nil suita if you want to but we have fairs ever known to America ble for Fall planting at Denver something in South Frankfort that lowest prices Illustrated Mrs Catherine McQuinn who Many features of the Chicago Catalogue ofliO pxges free beats em all said a reputable was convicted of being an accom- Â¬ to npplicants Cut Roses San Francisco Worlds Fair and many additional shipped to ill points at any South Sider as he busied himself season Satisfaction guar Â¬ AND THE- Address anteed with his work in one of the State plice of Bad Tom Smith in the new ones Exposition open September J 8th NANZsfc NEUNER Louisville Ky murder of Dr Raider near JackHouse offices Well lets have it said an son in Breathitt county and sent- Â¬ to Dec 31st 1895 Do you want to goJOHN KCHOLS inquisitive bystander I Receivers enced to life imprisonment was ST J011N BOYLE Write to W C Rinearson G A dog opera said the South received at the Kentucky peniten- P A Cincinnati O for matter Call For A full blown Sider hand W R R Tickets painted and burnt in dog opera tiary on Tuesday having been Oakley Uncos THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Sing Well you should hear it brought here by the sheriff of By The June 26th to Aug 6th the some night about one oclock Breathitt county TUg piempnis Limited CinMidland will sell tickets to The leader is a little scrappy fice HivoJiorLJ cinnati and return at 3 75 with a keen yelp He goes around Broke Ills Leg ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE C D Bercaw and wakes up all the other dogs E H BACON Mr Hal Smith formerly of the LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS General Passenger Agent and then takes his stand in some D P A Louisville KRANK 1 REED convenient place and sounds the Hatton neighborhood this county i I Chicago key note The others then drop but now a resident of Campton Special Rates Via tlio Midland IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE in as regular as clock work First to Wolfe county was so unfortunate Jane 30 July 1 Lexington Kentucky the tenor from over by Berrys Euucutionnl Association MEMPHIS big yard followed by a couple of recently as to have his team run July 2 4 FOURTH JULY k sVsWfel Wsl away throw from his vehicle break July 5 y Boston Mass Christian En- sopranos from Delia Walcutts and VI0KSBTJBG ileavorJ neighborhood his leg and otherwise injure him July 8 5 Denver Kntionnl Educational Reynolds Dr NEW ORLEANS Then the big hass from Charley Association F COPYRIGHTS AND ALL POINTS Republican Juno 18 10 Cluvoland U Saffcllsyard comes in accompa- Â¬ CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For a For Kent answer and an honest opinion write to League nied by two or three of the culti- Â¬ CO who have had nearly BUy years IUNN June 24 25 Louisville Democratic Cir Â¬ South and Southwest experience Inconfidential business Communica Â¬Â¬ the patent My new dwelling house on a After A Handbook of In vated baritones near by cus tions strictly formation concerning 1ntrniH and how to ob Â¬ Epworth Chnttnnoogn few rounds altogether there comes Shelby streets containing seven June 25 27 tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue or mechan Â¬ ical and sclontlUc books sent free League Tickets ami Patents taken a lull Then the soloist com- - rooms furnished or unfurnished June 27 Cincinnati Knights of Honorf RateeTicket Asent ofall Inroiinatlon furnished by special nottcointbothrough Munn Co receive any Railway Co It not Scleutlllo Atuericnii and address bus are brought wldolv berorotbo nubile with as desired This house has all the June i0 July 1 Lexington Ky Eduot mences on an out cost to tho inventor This splendid paper tional Association W J McBRIDE issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far tho lasting five minutes This is by modern conveniences and is in the largest circulation of any scientific work lu tho i Trivellin Pass Aemt world 83 a year banilo copies sent free the scrappy little prima donna most desirable part of the city July 2 0 Fourth of Julyf Louisville Ky Building Edition monthly fWa year Singlo Denver Col National Eduoa- July 4 codIcs 21 cents Kvery number contains beau- leader with Stod Stantons pug as For terms apply to tional Association ful plates In colom and photographs of new houses with plans uuuuiiiiK uuuuurs 10 mow mu VVm Cromwell July 5 9 Boston Christian Endeavor accompanist They never make T B LYNCH Address latest aesia lis and aecuro contracts BltOAUWAT CO NEW YOlttf 301 Certificate Plai tf tnulf Fare a mistake or skip a performance Passenger Agent Louisville Ky tUii General 42 Come over some night and listen for yourself for Im not up on musical terms and cant give you a correct idea of their system To appreciate the above to the fullest extent you want to bring along a sick headache or be so nervous as not to be able to sleep which will enable you to enjoy all the fine parts of the music If you have never cussed in your life but listen to them once and you will become a prize winner in that line and be able to abuse in the most choice and artistic language the entire canine tribe bark tail and bite fromAlapacca to Omaha The Queen Â¬ If So ters Why Not 2 in Â¬ And if Not Why So We claim our store to be the Great Headquar Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Books e Â¬ VIGORiMEN mmccesoi CHICAGO -- Â¬ Â¬ MONON ROUTE Â¬ BhbH Â¬ -- Â¬ - NORTHWEST Â¬ C 0 S Â¬ wm P8 m STARKS is not far distant The Great Dissolution Sale is nearing Of the old firm of CKUTCHER its end and in the last few days we offer bargains unparalleled in the history of Frankfort Remember the early comers have some advantages over those coming late Mens and Boys 4 and 5 Suits cut to 3 Mens and Boys 8 and 10 all wool Suits cut to 5 Mens and Boys 10 and 15 Suits cut to 8 Mens 18 Suits cut to i10 The finest Suits in our house Black Clays French Tricots Fine Cassimeres regular 20 and 25 Suits cut to 12 Office Coats 39 cents regular price 50 cents Hundreds of odd Pants at almost half price THE LAST DAY Mens Net Undershirts 19 cents Mens Jeans Drawers elastic bottoms 25 cents Childrens Wash Pants 20 cents Mens Suspenders 10 15 and 25 cents Mens Working Shirts 19 cents to 35 cents Mens A 1 all linen collars 10 cents Wilson Bros duett Coon and Star white Shirts 85 cents Mens Socks 4 5 8 12 and 25 cents per pair Mens Leather and oanvas Belts 18 25 and 35 cents Come early ft M m ii Pr CLOTHING FURNISHINGS Ladies and Childrens Oxfords all sizes 50 and 55 cents Ladies Oxfords 85 cents 1 110 120 125 130 to 2 These goods fully ono third off regular price One lot Mens Patent Leather Trimmed Shoes 4 goods SHOES cut to 2 One lot Mens Patent Leather Shoes cut to 150 from 3 c TitmiicLus Slaughter in all Shoes immense stock to select from CT rC5IIE330L Will soon be ceedings Prof Rhoads together with his assistants deserve much praise for their faithfulness in their work of instructing the young Hundreds of Handsome Straw Hats for Men and Boys from 20 to 50 cents 42 L ASM D C CRUTCHER ggsgseazaaaadawMiaagssa CO n TP-dL-- g Tories of Elkhorn To morrow being the fifth Sun- day no preaching at Buck Run Sunday school as usual and prayer meeting at night In consequence of throat trouble pastor Mitchell has been unable to fill his regular appointments at Buck Run for the past month Rev J L Strieker of Mississippi has been supplying his place The abundant rains we have had recently causes bright crop prospects Mr George Goddard of Lexington visited his fathers family at this place last week School teachers are hustling Â¬ Â¬ I SCOTT CIRCUIT CODRT 6 MARSHALL CO Attention Companions The will be a called meeting of Frankfort Chapter No 3 at MaÂ¬ Weslev Sebreks Executor Plaintiff vs Geo E Wilkersons Estate Dfendants virtue of a Judgment rendered In the above May term 1895 the undersigned will sell ai public sale to the high st and best bidder on Monday July 1 1895 being County Court day about the hour of 12 oclock m at the front court house door In the city ot Frankfort Ky on a credit of six mouths the following property or so much thereof as miiy be necessary raise 161525 the amount of the dfbt Interest and cost herein to wlt The oneeleventh George E undivided Interest of defendant Wllkerson in remainder utter the life estate of the widow Martha Wllkerson In a tract of land conta nlng one hundred and elghy four ucresand ixteen poles lying on the Soutu Fork of Elkhorn in Franklin county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at end of stone fence down Dry Run and the meanderlngs thereof north 21 south 7777 poles to a stake on the branch of Dry Run thence north 41 Vj west 3 poles north G21 west 592 poles to a honey locust on the side ot said run north 48Vfc west 1313 poles north 87 west 1579 poles north 46U west 12 poles south 7 west I4 6t poles north t9i west 2di0 poles north 651 ii west 28 40 poles north 54Vie west 2442 poles to a stake corner to MacKlln on the side of Dry Run thence with S his stone fence south 39 west 139 poles to a stake ut figure IS on plat of said tract of land filed with suit of S F J Trabue assignee on petition In Franklin Circuit Couit thence south 71 east with the fence to which D C Freeman now claims 70 poles south 9 enst 9881 poles to n stake planted at the point shown by u C Freeman us his corner thence south 2ityfe west i63 Doles to Washington Hancocks corner north 87Mi east 13878 poles with said Hancocks line to a stone W Micklln thence north newest corner to 27 poles north ll west 2i poles nolth 18U wet poles to tue 1Vj poles south bls West 42 beginning Purchaser to give bond with approved surety having force and effect of a Judgment and bear Â¬ ing six per cent lntsrest from day of sale and retaining a Hen for purchase money By cime nt the sonic Hall Yeoman Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET 1 building on Tuesday evening next July 2d for the transaction of important business and a full attendance of the members is desired By order of V L Clark Attest High Priest B T Farmer Secretary t si FOBJSALE quick will take ESTEY There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the around lively seeking employment ast few years It was supposed to be Well about half of the number will incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease get left Such is life and prescribed loeal remedies and by Mrs Mary Newman who has constantly failing to cure with local been quite sick recently we are treatment pronounced it incurable glad to announce has about en Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore tirely recovered requires constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure manufactured Wheat harvest has been occupy by P J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio ing the attention of the farmers for s the only constitutional cure on the market It the past two weeks The crop is the blood and acts directly upon the mucous surfaces of the fairly good though probably not system They offer one hundred so excellent as at first anticipated dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Miss Hannah Newman has re- Â¬ Address F J CHENEY CO turned home from a visit to relaToledo O tives in Louisville 7 8rSold by druggist 75c Mr Frank Ely of Lexington Two good second hand buggies visited relatives in our midst last at bargains Mastin Bros week 38 tf Lina Jayne son and Mrs daughter of Foxport have re- Â¬ Big Four Route to the Y P S turned home fom a visit to her C E Convention brother Mr M B Lucas and Boston Mass July 10 14 One family of this vicinity fare for the round trip Magnificent Mr Allie Cannnon wife and Elegant child and sister Miss Lena all of sleeping car service dining cars Tickets good going Missouri were called to our village last week on account of the death July 5th to 9th good returning of their lather Mr T T Cannon until July 31particulars call on any For full Vegetables are quite plentiful agent Big Four Route or address No danger there- Â¬ E O McCormick P T M in this section T A D B Martin G P fore of starving although flour meal and meat have about passed It Saves Lives Every Day out of reach of poor people Thousands of cases of Consump- Â¬ Mr T T Cannon an old and tion Asthma Couyhs Colds and highly esteemed citizen of our Croups are cured every day by town who was stricken with Shilohs Cure For sale by John paralysis a short time since died W R Williams Co 39 June 20th 1895 He was a consistent member of the Baptist For insomnia sleepless nervous church- - modest and unassuming in ness hysteria and all forms of his life he gained the confidence nervous exhaustion and debility He leaves a there is but one remedy Johnsons and esteem of all wife four sons and three daughters Sarsaparilla and Celery works besides a large circle of other rela- Â¬ directly upon the nerve centers tives and friends to mourn hs and never fails to cure Large May Gods sustaining grace bottles Joss For sale by 50 cents comfort them in this sad hour is J W Gayle Sole Agent the sincere prayer of a true friend P We sell the best cultivator in See it be- Â¬ Mrs R F Beaman and little the market for 17 50 daughter of St Augustine Flori- Â¬ fore buying elsewhere Mastin Bros 38 tf da are visiting friends in our vil- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- A KUANSSt0SS 3116TWP 3T0RTgrounds onFRAME DWELLING n with large DOUBLE Cross street South 0 FOR SALE FAME of 7 For ZESentproperty - STOKY FRAME RESIDENCE OF 9 utreet South Side Rooms with st ble mul large grounds on Murray stieetSouth Side Tills Is very desirable FOR RENT VX1 rooms on Cioss RESIDENCE F0R SALE STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD rlils H desirable prop- Â¬ erty and Is offered ut ujbargaln NEW FRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS on onler street South Side Blacksmith riniK Property nrrr rtu m ifi -- June 8 3t JAMES F ASKKW M C S C C FOE EENT HANDSOMK NEW UESID THE TWOrojms ea h on Mulu s redNCES OF South Irunkfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds denc i ol lour rooms witn neces ary buildings u l ores ot lind is u bargain his Is the only shop nowoffrtdat on In operat place and will command a good trade if runat that by an experienced workman BLACKSMITH PROFERTY AT THE riCfor Elkhorn Including a frame resl M Mr truinrLrLruiru FOR rent li A Ottt AT BAUGAI IS OFFERED IN THE M ilt House pioperty on Mero street This property is wed equipped tor limiting or would nuiKe a line wareuuuae or manufacturing estab Â¬ lishment GOOD - SEE THE VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE CF FIVE link tort rooms on rfuelby btreet South I l I I l l BEDROOM SUITS FOR SALE 81 limitA OF OP w e oner uj ten uoi- - i A FARM city ACRES rniukfort LAND WITH of lur In tne pirt of this land nov uuler cultivation ami the iul larsandfiffcy 260 ACRE FARM MNl fifinn IVPWMVW fY FINE ttltllOtl WITH LVtwIr sxf VIIIa In I f tllullfd 11 ottered for sale 1hls turm Is well adapted to stock raising or will rube line tobucco us well us ull utheruiops suited lor this climate Will sell oneasypajmauts umau cents They are beauties j quuu waxv juaiec j Bevel Mirror nice j In this tract there unce is goo 1 urazlm I hi ulso a quantity of Hue tobacc laud 1 Is M 4 16 South Side HKOn foijJKJ WILL BUY YOU A FRAME tujje of 3 rooms on Second street OT I R Rogers Son Opposite Courthouse FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALU A FINE FARM OF acres situated on the Georgetown turnpike 8 miles lrom Frankfort Tills l very pro Â¬ ductive land is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and is especially adapted to stock rulslng The neighborhood is excellent churches nud schools convenient unci all sur- Â¬ roundings attractive FOR SALE Â¬ WE Jk A Jk ttkJkJkJk jflutk Jk Jk Jkji 10 so W 1 thore is a bilck resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is in a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In Hue condition ami In or in u make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain FARM 210 URErf Lo A FINEroadmilesOFfrom FrankfortFINiLY good cated 8 on a turnpike upon which Â¬ L B MARSHALL THE CO nt fc Dr P DENTIST EPES ST sr 4 OFFICE 222 2ST CLAIR until Office hours from 0 a m June 6 lin PRA1TKPORT s G Over Weltzels Confectionary 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- Â¬ nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Ios Angeles and San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California w MTA Wr w via New Orleans or via Shreveport Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observation Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Chattanooga t OhasWZell W O Binearion 5p m lage Mr A S Hedden Dr Everett Hawkins and Misses Mary Paxton Sallie and Kate Sampson all of Harrisonville Shelby county were the guests of Bro Burdin and family last Wednesday and Thurs- Â¬ The Worlds Fair Tests m showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav enlng power as the Royal H MATTERS aEE- Dont Tolmcco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away The truthful startling title of a book about the only harmless ouah intkkd to- bacco hublt cure that braces up nlcotinlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poisons in ikes weak men gain stteiutn vigor run no physical or ill auciui aguurnn is sold by druggists even Book free tee to cure or money reiunded Co New York or Address Sterling Remedy i Chctigo day Quite a number of our people attended the closing exercises of the public shool in Franklort lasc week and were highly delighted and much edified with the pro rUTuMUa0im MAIN STREET FRANKFORT illliPf O Ansjtm I y-- m tl Â¬ 1 Div Paur Agt Cincinnati 0 QP A Cincinnati 0 SpCSRliVSiWK Jw