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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mm Vf IJlJi Iff Frankfort Roundabout A VMi r t GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoc NO gg VOL XYIII BMWK FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report JULY 6 1895 44 m BR r BUILDING DAMAGED By Part of Its Foundation Slip Â¬ ping Into the River REV W B TAYIiOIi Gone to Another Field ofiLabor Carrying With Him the Best Wishes of this L - - JS2a i S iv I v if The handsome new building of Messrs Nicol Brothers on south St Clair street was greatly dam aged on Monday by a part of the foundation giving way and it was feared for a time that the entire The lot back wall would fall which the house is built is upon largely made earth but believing the retaining wall on the river bank was secure enough to hold the pressure against it the foundation wall was run out to within a few feet of it and the house erected Monday morning it was noticed that the heavy rain of Sunday afternoon had affected the foundation as the southeast corner began to sink the ground around it to settle and a crack to open in the brick wall under a window in the storeroom of Mr C S Bell extending clear down through the foundation as far back as the corner of the Todd building ad joining The crack gradually opened all day until about 4 oclock inhe afternoon when the retaining wall on the river bank jgave way and slid into the river carrying with it about ten feet each way of the foundation wall at the southeast corner of the building the brick wall as high up as the window sill in Bells establishment and about half of the back yard damaging the premises to the amount of about eight hundred or a thousand dollars Mr R C Nicol at once made a contract for clearing away the debris and the building of a stone wall from a solid rock foundation on the river bank which will not only serve as a retaining wall for the rear of his lot but a solid foundation for the building and the work is being pushed along as rapidly as possiÂ¬ R claimed the checks had been given him by another boy and after questioning him Officers Brown and Gordon placed in jail Chas Bailey Lafayette Tate John Flem ing Eugene St Clair and Jas Fra zier upon the charge of having com Â¬ mitted the robbery On Wednes day the case was called before Judge B G Williams who after hearing part of the evidence dis- Â¬ charged all of them except Bailey who will be tried to day Â¬ Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE Powder Community Â¬ m THE BOARD OF EDUCATION Elects Teachers and Arrange for the Coming School Year The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Education was held on Tuesday evening at which all of the teachers of the past session were elected for another year except Miss Maggie Daniels who has been teaching one of the classes in the High School and that place was left vacant to be filled later Mrs C B Chinn was elected as an additional teacher and a department of physical culture was created Miss Alula Spaight of North Carolina formerly teacher of elocution in Frankfort Female College being elected to take It was also detercharge of it mined to reopen the manual training department but a teacher was not selected for that department All the teachers in the colored school were re elected except Miss Sarah Walker who is succeeded by Miss Grubbs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ble IJadtes Take Warning The ladies should bear in mind that next year will be the last leap year of this century and take Time or some other fellow by the forelock for the next will not occur until 1904 The year 1900 will not be a leap year The unusual occurrence is due to the fact that the addition of one day to each fourth year more than Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Homo Again From a Foreign Shore Rev George Darsie returned last evening from his trip to the Holy Land after an absence of five months much to the delight of his family congregation and friends His weekly letters to the Christian Guide giving an account of his travels have been very interesting and already there is a call for their republication in book form Mr Darsie returned in good health though rather thin in flesh and it is unnecessary to say that he will be greeted by a to morrow large congregation morning the cataract the roar of the ocean are constantly ascending heaven- ward These expressions of facts arouse little or no emotion in the mind The same ideas presented in the language of emotion is found in the poetic expression Natures grand harmonious con- Â¬ cert unintermitting goes up into Heaven The latter includes the former and much more It ap- Â¬ peals to the emotions and through I would have them to the will all language study take this direc- Â¬ tion as- - far as possible have it give more particular attention to expressions which appeai to the because the emotions emotions are superior to the intellect and are the hrirlcres connecting the in- teUect and will This means that the cultivation of will power is of most importance in educational schemes As there is a most intimate relationship between thought and feeling there must necessarily be a similar relationship between the oral expression of thought and the oral expression of feeling Thought is fundamental to feeling Where there is no thought there is no emotion Three mental results are made manifest through oral expression the development of intellectual power the develop- Â¬ ment of the emotions and the ex- ercise f the will in the correlation of the two Correct oral expres- sion is a most important factor in language study and is the aitical test of the teachers effort The higher emotions well expressed orally signify the correct under Â¬ standing and appreciation of thought relations In other words the thought centers and the speech centers of the brain are Â¬ Â¬ J Rev W B Taylor the excel- Â¬ lent Christian gentleman who has been serving the congregation of the Christian Church in this city as their pastor duriner the absence of Rev George Darsie left yester day with his family for his future home in Versailles After a resi- Â¬ dence of only five months among us he carries with him the best wishes of all who had the pleas- Â¬ ure of meeting and forming his acquaintance for abundant success Having earnestly in his work faithfully performed his pas and torial duties his people have noth- Â¬ ing but good words to say of him as is evidenced by the following resolutions adopted by the officers of the church at a called meeting on Sunday June 23d Whereas Bro W B Taylor has had charge of this congrega tion for the oast four and a half onthi durin th Bro Darsie abroad and by his faithful and earnest devotion to our moral and spiritual welfare by his kind and constant attention to the poor sick and distressed in our midst has endeared himself to the hearts of all our people there- Â¬ fore be it Resolved By the B ard of Officers of the Christian Church of Frankfort Ky that in severing our connection with Bro Taylor as pastor we hereby give evidence of our appreciation of the satis- Â¬ factory services he has rendered us and of our abiding and prayerful interest in him and his wherever their lots may be cast Resolved That the secretary be herehv directed to furnish Bro Taylor a copy of these resolutions and that they be spread in full upon our minutes C C Furr Chm n E E Hume W D Park Â¬ fcrTB Jbu KJSTEIH Haxtsteixis ZEOX thin summer dress goods go to iKaxtsteizis to ZEPOX laces and Hambergs go KCstxtsteins lETOXall shades of ribbons go to XSaxtsteixis ZEOX silk parasols go to XXaxtsteixis go to JECT percales new shades 1 -- 1 toEEsbxtsteixis to IPOX summer IFOX underwear go naxtstelxis corsets Foi the new things go to iEIaxtsteirisin silk gloves and mitts go 33axtsteixas JfPX shirt JcPoX ladies wrappers go to waists go X31axtstelras- - to EExtsteixis go to ZETOX hosiery all sizes go to ITOX EHEartsteixis lace and swiss curtains go to Haxtsteiris- Prices Always ZETOX anything and everything 41 M The Lowest- - Mo 214 St Clair St R K next door to McClure W L Pence -- Robt Church J L Rodman H G Mattern J W Gayle J E Miles H S Hale J N Miles Ji if t r H Youthful Burglars negro boys broke a pane of glass out of the back window of the grocery of Mr George Salenderon Second street Saturday night went in and stole eight packages of cigarettes and a lot of cakes from the show case then broke open the cash drawer and emptied it of thirty one cent coppers sixty or seventy of John R Todds bread checks and a magnifying glass One of Monday morning Mr went to the number Todds confectionery and tried to cash some of the bread checks which caused He arrest Several J I 29 Stores correlated in their activity The 29 Stores Attest teacher must help the pupil J W Gayle Secretary to feel and to express as well as to understand The New Telegraph Office Oral reading is the test of intel The Postal Telegraph Company ligence and feeling The delicate have a force of linemen putting shades of thought and the intensi- makes up the presumed deficiency ty of emotions are clearly mani up the wires between here and in the calender year and con- fested by reading aloud These Louisville and expect to run their sequently the world is con- can be attained only by making a line into this city about the middle stantly losing time as a watch critical thought analysis of the of the month The company has loses it and therefore there was production and a spiritual inter contracted for the lease of the danger that in a few thousand pretation or exercise of the emo- - room on Main street at present years the Fourth of July would tion to which appeal is made being used by the Allen Bradley come on Christmas The legitimate result of all Company and will establish their a Jjanguago Study Its Chief language study is to enable the office in it which will be splen room over ihe pupil to delve deeply into the did location Value Messrs Mastin BrOS establish- mines of literature and nnssew GEO ROBBINS 1 himself of the rare jewels embed ment next door is being fitted deal too largelv with den therein keeping in view al- up for the use of Messrs Allen Teachers Bradley Co and their office will the language of the intellect that ways that those jewels are design be removed into it in a short time 1 is with the language of plain ed for the adornment of his high The Keystone of the Arch facts and then cease their effort est nature the moral and reli By this course they emphasize the gious In the edifice of health Is vigor which means not onl7 muscular energy but an active discharge mechanical to the detriment of the A Great Gormans Prescription of the various functions of the body such as digestion secretion of the bile the action of the essential aqd do not realize that constipation bowels the circulation of the blood Nothing Diseased blood mechanical is only a means for the liver and bowel more actively and thoroughly contributes to the and kidney securing theuessential united performance of troubles are cured by Karls renowned tonic and these functions than the Co regulator By the expression language of Clover Root Tea For sale by Stomach Bitters The result of ItsUostetters use Is a utcree gain In strength Co the intellect I mean such unmodi John W R Williams 40 speedyconsciousness thattogether with the lite Is the tenure of able bain strengthened thut one Is luring ur u store Largest House Furnishers in the fied articulate speech as nroduces jarnDien 3lotv Crescents pqu of Vitality against the unavoidable draughts World To illus to 70 all fitted with Rambler wnlcn 0j iee ninkes up0Il tne system The a minimum of feeling toUM trate The soner of the bird the tires 1 he best and kidney trouble Appetite and sleep Improve 223223 lLAJLUT ST through its use and It protects the system from E J Roberts Agent May 4ly rippling of the brook the noise of the effects of cold and damp Â¬ Â¬ Bed Room Suits 10 and up il l Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Suits 17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables and up and up Beds Â¬ Rhodes Burford Furniture Â¬ Â¬ I fttft Jft v PgBMBMBM The Big Reduction -- A-t ffim wm WIKfr m Vsrliicli -- we are selling -- i m Ji Ready Made Clothing 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 tlVlU Mens Suits at s4 s5 6 7 3 10 1250 worth to 5 more a HUDSON HUP IPH RIES Mrs Irene McFarland and Miss Susie McHenry are visiting relatives Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ at Owensboro lor D D the pastor will conduct Dr Hugh L Tobin and family re Â¬ public worship at 11 a m and 8 p m turned Tuesday from a visit to rela- Â¬ Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 vAbb r Discovered in Time I cerM MM vM RELIGIOUS tives in Kansas Messrs E W Hines and Walter G Chapman have returned from a visit to Bowling Green Mr M R Haruline and wife of Mt Sterling are visiting the family of Mr James S Ledridge Miss Adelaide Schroeder of Louis- Â¬ ville is visiting Miss Alma Schofleld a m M Darsie the pastor will conduct the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 8 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 on Campbell street Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Mr and Mrs Aaron Farra and son Sunday school meets at 930 of Versailles visited Dr W H Dade first of the week Catholic Church Rev Father the Cassander the new pastor will con Â¬ Mrs R F Boyle and children of duct the services at Church of the Chicago are the guests of Mrs Grace Hancock this county Good Shepherd to morrow Miss Theresa Williams of Louis- Â¬ High mass at 730 a m Low mass 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m ville is the guest of Mrs P H New Â¬ man on Clinton street Episcopal Church Rev R L Messrs Willie Klair and Tom McCready the rector will conduct McLaughlin of Lexington spent a the services to morrow at 11 a m and few days here last week 430 p m Mrs Fulkerson of Louisville has been visiting her daughter Mrs P First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will H Newman for a few weeks Judge Thos H Paynter wife and occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ 11 oclock and in the evening daughter have gone to their home in ing at Greenup to spend the summer at 8 Young Peoples Society of Christian Miss Sallie Downing of Maysville meets at 645 p m in the is visiting Miss Sue Kavanaugh Endeavor corner of Todd and Main streets lecture room Mr H R Cunningham of Louis- Â¬ Methodist Church Rev S F ville is visiting his father-in-laDr Pollett the pastor will conduct the J Russell Hawkins near this city usual services to morrow at 11 a m Mrs A Logan McKee of Cincin Â¬ and 8 p m nati is visiting her mother Mrs Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p Martha French on Conway street Mrs W H Grider of Russellville m in the ladies parlor is visiting her parents Mr S C Southern Presbyterian Church Sayres and wife at the Capital Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will oc- Â¬ Hotel cupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a m Mrs O R Oruteher and children and at 8 p m left Monday morning for a sojourn of a month at West Baden Springs PERSONAL Indiana Mr Ohas F Exum wife and Miss Tina Addams is visiting rela- Â¬ daughter little Miss Margaret left tives in Cynthiana Wednesday for Winchester to visit Mrs James Rodman has returned relatives from a visit to Louisville Master George Smith of Cincinnati Miss Belle Hogan has returned the celebrated boy violinist is visit from Council Bluffs Iowa ing his cousin Mrs O W Saffell on Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is Second street visiting friends in this city Mrs Ella Coleman and daughter Miss Rose Crittenden is visiting Miss Mary Belle of Louisville ar Miss Effle Hill at Lexington rived Monday to spend this month Judge Jos H Lewis left Monday with the Misses Pattie near Farm- to visit relatives at Glasgow dale Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles Profs McHenry Rhoads J O Cole Â¬ is visiting friends in this city man and George Robbins and Miss Miss Overton is with MrB Bullock Rose Crittenden attended the State Teacher Association in Lexington in Lexington for Chautauqua Mrs Louis Weitzel and daughter this week are visiting relatives in DetVoit Miss Alice Frazier of Illinois and Miss Lena Coke of Louisville is Miss Ida Swango of Hazelgreen visiting friends and relatives in this Wolfe county spent several days city i this week with the family of Judge G B Swango on Second street Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is visiting relatives and friends in this Miss Bessie Addams and the little city Misses Nancy Prlscilla and Hattie Mr Thos L De Lime of New York Handy who have been visiting Mrs is visiting his sister Mrs Jas A L B Longmoor returned to their Murray homes in Cynthiana on Saturday Miss Josie Hughes has returned Mr L Labrot and wife entertained from a visit to friends in Shelby at cards on Tuesday evening at their county home on west Main street in honor Miss Catherine Kirwin left Wednes of Mrs C E Colahan Mrs Tolbet day for New York City to visit her i Coryell Mrs Waller and Mrs William brother Lindsay Mr John Fox jr of Big Stone Gap Prof E O Lovott of the University and Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington of Virginia who has been viRiting spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sam the family of Major H S Halo on D Johnson Second street left Tuesday for Gor- w Â¬ Christian Church Rev Qeorge many where he will spend the next two years at the Universities of Leipsio and Berlin Mrs John Craig of Danville is vis iting Mrs R M Aldridge on Broad way Miss Maria Todd of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs S B Holmes on Wapping street Misses Katie and Louise Fitch of Louisville are visiting Miss Katie Lindsey on Second street Rev C Q Wright U S N ran over from Norfolk Virginia on Monday evening to spend a few days here with his family while his ship the Minneapolis is being overhauled and refitted at the Navy Yard Proft McHenry Rhoads and J D Coleman Miss Sallie Smith and Mr A G Morris leave this morning for Denver Colorado The first three to attend the National Teachers Asso ciation and the latter to visit his sister Mr A Hartstein discovered a bat of cotton on fire in a room FAMILY over his dry goods establishment 43 ST OLAIR STREET on St Clair street Tuesday night just in time to prevent it causing JORDAN Projrl a serious fire How the cotton FORTUNE caught fire is a mystery in the Grocery line ILOUISVILiIiE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ EVERYTHING fresh and NEW Grocery KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE nice Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and DURRETT see us W E over Barretts News Depot Careful and skillful dentistry at modTeeth extracted erate prices without pain 44 tf Baxter dentin t office Â¬ Â¬ No Paper To niorrow There will be no issue of the Sunday Leader to morrow Mr Frank Miles the publisher having concluded to give up the fight and discontinue the publication of his paper Â¬ Matrimonial Morrison Rea Mr Ben Mor rison and Mrs Mary Belle Rea of this city drove over to Lawrence burg on Wednesday were quietly married and returned to this city this date amount to 102968 hhds FRANKFORT We have had a week of very large CINCINNATI AND offerings of tobacco on our market Shortest and qulcKeit between no doubt the result pf the crowd at Â¬ tracted by the cheap rates offered by Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ the different railroads on account of the convention The market has re lisle Maysville Cynthiana F1 mained firm and active for decidedly fine grades of leaf both colory and znouth and Cofington red and there has been no tendency toward weakening in prices for the ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND common and medium grades with high color but for all other grades of burley prices have been lower and re- HSeUN BY GEfiTRAL STANDARD TIME jections large With regard to the In effect June 2 1895 crop prospeots and extent of the SCHEDULE OF TRAINS planting we must reiterate our re- of last week to the effect that A M P K IP M fiortplanting has been completed in the burley territory tributary to Lv TRAINS EAST A NolNo 81 No71 Frankfort 700 400 100 Louisville with the exception of the Lv Summit 706 400 110 Hart county section but in the Mason Lv Elkhorn 711 412 120 132 71U 420 county district and extreme Eastern LvSwltzer Kentucky counties the rains have not Lv stamping Ground 728 480 14S Lv Duvall 784 486 158 been of a general character and the Lv Johnson 740 441 26 B 747 447 215 planting in these localities 1b far be Â¬ Lv Georgetown Ar 755 4R9 300 low the intended crop and it Is by no Lv C S Depot Newtown 808 510 32U means likely that the entire burley Lv Centrevllle 816 518 SS5 820 522 345 acreage of this year can be as large Lv Etlzubetli C Ar Paris 830 582 400 as that of last year 535 Ar Paris Junction The following quotations fairly A JB A H P M FM burley to- Â¬ TBA1NS WEST represent our market for fNoi 2 rid 4 No iOINoi bacco 1894 crop Lv Paris Junction 540 Trash dark or damaged C Lv Paris 945 C10 440 1 50 2 75 Lv Elizabeth 965 610 455 tobacco 9 59 518 614 3 76 Lv Centrevllle Common Colory trash 3 00 Lv Newtown 1007 622 685 Medium to good colory 1017 642 LvCS Depot 5 50 Lv Georgetown 3 75 B 1040 645 655 640 trash 1045 65 660 4 00 Lv Johnson Common lugs not colory 2 50 Lv Dnvall 700 1051 6 57 5 50 Lv Stamping Ground 4 00 Common Colory lugs 1058 701 728 Lv Switzer 1108 713 745 Medium to good colory 1116 720 8 50 Lv Elkhorn 5 50 lugs ao Lv Summit 1122 728 Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 Ar Frankfort 81A 1130 7t5 15 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf SUNDAY TRAINS 15 00 lb no Good to fine leaf Leave Georgtown 108G a m arrive Frankfort 28 00 18 00 Selector wrappery 1180 am Â¬ Â¬ I I I Sales on our market for the week may ll Sm just closed amount to 4170 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3579 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 102206 hhds Sales oftheoropof 1894 on our market to FORTUNE JORDAN Kentucky MiaiandRy Only direct line between - W 1 I I I I 1 a Jbm - A good set of harness for 7 50 Mastin Bkos at tf 38 it 3 Leave Frankfort 400 p m arrive Georgetown 460 p m The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents C D BEBCAW Gen Pass Agt Frankfort GEO B HABPEB Becelvei urd Gen Supt or Kj DIRECT LINE TO Both the method and results when Syrup of Fijjs is taken it is pleasaut and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the consilpation cily remedy of its kind ever pro 1 cil pleading to the taste and ble to tlio stomach prompt in rs tion and truly beneficial m its prepared only from the most Ileal sy and agreeable substances its man excellent qualities commend it to rll and have made it the most poplar remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 6O0 awl 01 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Any reliable druggist who gets may not havo it on band will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ ac-t-p1 0133 ENJOYS White Sulphur Springs Richmond Newport News Norfolk Old Point Comfort 11G FODB ROUTE - fit lift BEST LINE T AND FROM St y Washington New York City CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dlulnir Caw Wagner Steeping Cars and latest Improved Triviite com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars magiilflctentlp furnished with toilet accessories In each com pai tment Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Max 191806 ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled a rains with Buffet Parlo Cars Elegant conches Dining Curs and Wuuner Buffet Sleeping Cars Lre Lexinaton 1140 am v pm 600 MtSterllnRAcoomNoa6ianjex8nn Morehead Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 829 a 830 p Vestlbuled Express No24 dally AST BOUTO F F V Express No22 dally BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car lino from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wanner Sleeping Curs WHT BOUMD An Lexington Mt Sterling Accom No 2 dally ex Sum 80am 21 dmj 1110 am Atlantic Express No Morehead Accom No 25 dulij ex Sun 4 Q r m tfiOOi Vestlbuled Exprets No -- J dally Follrf Vestibules Trams with Dining Cars Only 25 hours Frankfort to New YorfcYlatbU NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet und Smoking Curs Wagner Sleeping CarElegant Couches ami DlnlngCars landing passengers tn New York City at 421 street Depot Positively - roue substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 1 ann rninuinuv vni new wrk Lcmsviiu r ny Doth through trains run vl Frankfort No Bih transfers G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky C h KYAN II W FULLER IAbB UmjI Push Agtt Asst NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure our tickets read via BIG FOUR K O MCCORMICK D B MARTIN Pots Traillc Munuger Genl Pas Tcket Agt CINCINNATI t- t Washington f 0 at anlCuxfnPHtt rjif mi gnn nnrumrinnnnrutrijuinnrinjuxar x ri need care allow us to ICi -- 8 om DO i tW j call your atten Â¬ tion to our Mr tt YOUR ate 12 gradu Â¬ Optician Who to We can assure 1 will be with us ji July rj IJ 5 EYES M you the most sat- - isfaetory Result in the State A Selbert I j l 4 jfiHB- JJ J iinnjutnnniuuixijuuinjuinnnjinnjuu uinnsiruinnsnsiirinssinswjinruihiuruiruritui 1 3 f i At Iiast The United States Court of Ap peals has at last affirmed the decision of the lower court in the award of damages to the High Bridge Lumber Co for the land condemned by the Government for the site of Lock No 7 on Kentucky river and necessary buildings It is now hoped that the work of building the lock and dam at High Bridge will be rapidly pushed along as at the present rate of proceeding the improvement of Kentucky river will not be completed during the next Â¬ The Deposit Bank That solid little financial institution the Deposit Bank publishes its usual statement in this issue showing the condition of the bank at the close of business on the 29th of June with which every stockholder should be exceedingly well satisfied The business of the past six months has been good and the usual dividend of three per cent has been declared Cup Winners Messrs Geo L Payne John C Mastin and G T Church went to Louisville and participated in the shooting tournament which took place in that city on Thursday and came home that evening champions of Kentucky having won the silver championship cup offered as a prize The prize will have to be won three years in suc- Â¬ cession in order to hold it Â¬ Â¬ PREPARING Yon Yonson A SWEDISH DELICACY Cut Flowers When you want cut flowers of arty kind you want them cut fresh to preserve their beauty and fragrance Therefore Powers greenhouse is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gravely Impressed Tliem fcvr Fredericksburg Va being one of the places spoken of as the place for the meeting of the next General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church at the recent session of that body at Dallas the spokesman for that town on being interrupted with Typewriter For Sale the remark that Ms town could A second hand typewriter nearnot entertain so large a body ly good as new is offered for sale called attention to the fact that The machine can upon one occasion his town had at a bargain entertained General Burnside and be seen at this office m 200000 Northern visitors and Advertised Letters at Frankfort gravely im sent them away Kentucky pressed 1 Â¬ Â¬ She Thanked God warn I WW fi If 8S--- Miss Madie Walsh of Mt Moriah Baptist Church on Bull skin creek Shelby county had apparently died and while her funeral was being held Wednesday of last week the casket was opened for a last look when the friends were crowding around the supposed corpse rose up exclaiming Thank God She had been conscious all the time but was unable to make a sgn Â¬ Â¬ A Quiet Fourth The weather on Thursday was simply delightful and many of our citizens took advantage of the low rates on the railroads to run away to Louisville or Lexington Those who remained either spent the day quietly at home or went out to the park to see the base ball games and the little fellows set off a few fire works in the evening It was an exceedingly quiet but very pleasant Fourth I 1 tuT Persons calling for letters in the following list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules First Direct letters plainly to the street and number of house Second Head letters with the writers full address including street and number and request answers to be addressed accordingly Third Letters to strangers or tran Â¬ sient visitors in the town or city whose especial address may be un- Â¬ known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ sient Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and directions for postmark Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending July 6 1895 Adams MrsThos Rogers Mrs High St Baker Mrs Mar- garet Rogers Mrs Burnett George Portina Burton Willie Richardson Mrs Cook Oook Heege Describe the Process Little ScandlnVla In Little Scandinavia whioh in eludes two or throo of the counties in northern Wisconsin whero the Swedes Norwegians and Danes have settled in great numbers says Gas Heege the impersonator of Yon Yonson and tbo originator1 of Swedish dialect comedy butchering week each on the stage fall is ono of the busiest and merriest times of tho whole year The entire family mother father and children have a hand in the work and they are frequently assisted by tho nearest neigh Â¬ bors who sometimes come three or four miles across the hills Butchering with the Scandinavians means tho saving and utilization of ev- Â¬ ery part of the boof or hog of the smallest value Even the blood is preservod and it appears later in tho winter when the thermometor is down below zero and supplies are short in tho form of blood pudding or blood cake both of which are vory nourishing as well as toothsome dishes Tho preparation of tbeso compounds is entirely the work of the worn ou and tho smaller children As soon as the men are ready to begin tho work of killing mother comes out with her hands fall of pans and pails and the boys and girls follow with little wisps of brooms or twigs bound up in neat bundles Tho blood of tho animal is caught in the pans and tho children are soon at work stirring it with the twigs in order to keep the fibrin from collecting in clots Mauya little arm grows weary before tho mother says tho blood has been sufficiently stirred and the pans aro borno into the house Here a quantity of ryemoal is add ed and the stirring is resumed until tho mass is thoroughly mixed and of tho consistency of dough Salt popper and sago aro sprinkled over tho combination and it is set asido to freeze In cooking it tbo cako is sliced up and fried on a hot griddle with ham or pork In tasto it resembles sausage but the flavor is much finer Somotimes pieces of scrap meat are mixed in with tho blood and tho combination is then called blood sausage When enough meal has been added the pudding can bo dried until it becomes as hard as stone and in that form it will keep in good condition for an almost unlimited time Blood cako and blood 6ausago may bo bought nt almost any Swedish meat market and its consumption has in creased to such nn extent that somo of tbo nncklnir houses rnko it as a staple Now YorkVinos artiolo Ie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ anyone in either cut flowers or Z FOR 20 YEARS plants A full supply of plant j will 2 Has led all WORM Remdl 5 be kept at the store from now on EVERY BOTTLE GUAMMTEQf and sold at prices that cant be 9 SOU BY AU OKVWItT beat 35 tf RtcHiRnros siKDii nu co bt torn A Great Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sunday is offered with the Roundabout at 3 per year The price per year Z BUCK of The Post alone is and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever 2 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ zveriyjifuce iff UBimoii 1 1 I WHITES CHEW zur MOST IN QUANTITY BEtfT IN QUALITY VI m M 2 if J ft fiaoSsSiflpj EYE made Subscribers to the Roundabout 5 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES BLB3 iT fVt who are not takiug The Post now 7 A SURE and CEFTAKJ OURS 7 Â¬ can avail themselves of this op- V Q known for 15 yearo as tho portunity by addressing this office BEST REMEDY for PSLE3fr or writing to B G Boyle 526 SVXD BY AIT I rrttttregABSsoiTjmVG GISTS y keb co ct uva Third street Louisville aBBBMBBBBasa BBKaaBOBBBSraSBBBBl OIITfiii Mill i 1 mM f SS w9 J W 3m W 1 THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili- Â¬ ties All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most HuyUMy SEEK TUE JLI at Chicago CDOL - RESORTS - DF picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con- I MICHIGAN ELEGANT THROUGH CARS run dally between WAGNER SLEEPING f M Cincinnati anil Bay Ifieur Minh VIA Private Compartment Jiunet BleepThe direct route to ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse transfer across Cincinnati to make City Elk Rapids Charlevoix connections Fetoskey and Bay View Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges This Is the only line by which passengers to the Traverse Region are landed at E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Traverse City Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass O Big Four Route Cincinnati WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Â¬ venient stops aro also made at Hydo Park Thirty Ninth streec and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars fW ti- Big Amir Pour Route w ir ii V -- sir For Rent A cottage of three rooms hall located on For full information ns to time of trains etc write any representative Big Four Route E 0 v Florence Miss JKV I iffl flfl -- AT j f made by James Browder than please say advertised S B Holmes P M whom there are few better colored cooks in this section and on this The best work in town is done occasion he even excelled himself at the Capital Steam Laundry If you want a good meal gotten up in the highest style of the art when on a camping trip Jim is you weak the man you want to take along to and worn out take tious cook it for you cotts BROWNS IRON BITTERS Carroll Bud Sexton J H Clay G Spiars Keith Mundy Robt Smith Riley Neely Jesse fseoWeddell John Splendid Burgoo OOonnell Ed Webster Azubah The delightful burgoo served at Richards Harry Webster George Willis George Thorn Hill Park on Thursday was When calling for these letters Earnest Rev tie Scrivner Joandor Sallie Sadler Mrs Hat- - II all feel Wrong Tho flood of negro talk that has dis colored our recont literature is not a dia lect It consists chiefly of tho vulgarism tho mispronunciation and misuso of words that come of a lack of education nud polito association Hardly any of it is oven provincialism and still loss is tho survival of old forms and usages Nor is it duo in any npprociablo degreo to locality In faot it arises from con dition almost wholly and is inoroly tho lingo of our lowest classos with small distinction on account of raco and color It is kitchen talk as distinguished from that of tho parlor and although it may occasionally oiFer us a word or phraso having 6onio philologinil or his torical interest it does not approach the dignity of n dialeot Tho bad grammar of illiterate ignorance without rulo or art it even lacks tho consistency iu er Â¬ ror with whioh somo of our writors seek to invest it for it recognizes no prece dent and follows no analogy And yet tho real lingo is not half so bad as it is represented in print whero it is sought to sot it boforo us phonot ically It iB obvious that tho ordinary speech of any of our whito communities would look vory much liko a jargon if eubjootod to tho samo phonotio process In our common nouvorsution vory fow of us aro purists and a precision is gen erally regarded as affected and preten Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kitchen and cellar South Shelby street Apply at this Our Negro Stories Aro Declared to 23e All office or to J B Polk 38 tf FALSE DIALECT Â¬ Pass Tratlio Mgr McCoumick Genl Pass D B Mautin Tkt Agt AXXOTJ XCEMENT For Representative county In tho Legislature suOject to the action party Primary election of the Damocmtlc August 3d 1805 We aro authorized to announce JAMS A VIOLETT us a candidate for Representative of Kranklln county In the next Legislature sub Â¬ ject to the action ot the Democratic party Primary election August U 1895 LAWYERS BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything a a candidate for Representative Wo are authorized to announce W ot Franklin J LEWIS as June W BLACKBURN Jr Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Ave Gtnitoit BMgt Washington D C 15 WILL BE FOUND IN THE ly WM CROMWELL Weekly A Courier - Journal Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts ot Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur chase and sale of real estate collection ot rents ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor PRICE 100 A YEAR claims and th negotiation of loans FOR SALE sirable family residences In the city I alio of Â¬ fer my furniture Ht private sale For terms apply to the undersigned 43 lm SAML R SMITH SELL streets South and I corner of Thirdthe most convenient andTHE ot Frankfort de DESIRE TO MY RESIDENCE 1116 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY ON Louisville Ky Shelby One Â¬ William O Elam in Lippin cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT Interednt tho post onicont Frankfort Kentucky ns socotKl class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 6 1895 The Reason Why The latter part of May we sent out bills to a number of our sub- Â¬ scribers who recieve their papers by mail notifying them of their indebtedness and requesting that they give the matter their atten- Â¬ tion Those who cared to have the paper continued responded promptly but quite a number have paid no attention Taking their silence to mean that they neither wish to have the paper continued nor to pay the little back differ- Â¬ ence due wc will drop their names from the list next week and if you are one of those who has treated us with silent contempt this is the last paper you will re- Â¬ cieve until you liquidate as the Prohibition candidate for President On leaving this city he became an evangelist in Louisville later became pastor of the church at Danville and was afterwards called to the church at Mr Sterling from which place he removed to Washington City and took charge of the Metropolitan Baptist Church of which he was pastor at the time of his death Plan and unostentatious he was a great favorite in the social circle and claimed every man as his friend To know him was to love him and his death is sincerely regretted by this entire commu Â¬ nity Peace to his ashes Â¬ THE NEW IT F V LIMITED HEAVY RAINFATjIj And Some Damage to Crops and Property Generally Sunday afternoon about three oclock a rain which had been threatening for several hours set in gently BEV GREEN CLAY SMITH Death of the Soldier Preacher at his Home in Wash Â¬ ington Rev Green Clay Smith died on Saturday at 156 oclock at his home in Washington City after an illness of several weeks aged He was born and 63 years raised in Richmond Kentucky his father being the Hon John Speed Smith a noted lawyer and politician of hisdayand his mother a daughter of Gen Green Clay and a sister of Gen Cassius Marcellus Clay and the late Hon Brutus J Clay The deceased had quite an eventful career and had gained national reputation as a soldier When a politician and preacher boy of fifteen years of age he ieutenanr in a Kenserved as tucky cavalry regiment in the Returning home Mexican War at the close of the war he studied law under his father and began the practice of his profession at and serving Â¬ Covington In 1861 he was elected a member of the Legisla tiire while as such was commissioned of the Third Major Kentucky Cav Â¬ i w alry but after a short time resigned the position was ap- Â¬ pointed Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky Cavalry and afterwards promoted to Brigadier General He did gallant service in the army and was brevetted Major General In 1863 he was elected to Congress from the Sixth District and re Â¬ signed his commission He was re elected to Congress and before the convention which nominated President Lincoln for re election was a contending candidate for the Vice Presidency being defeated by Hon for the nomination Andrew Johnson by only three votes At the close of his second term as a Congressman he was appointed Governor of Montana which position he filled four years and then entered the ministry of His first the Baptist Church charge was the church at his old home Richmond and next at Winchester from the latter place He he was called to this city had charge of the church here four or five years and during his stay among us greatly endeared He was fciinsclf to this people v an earnest Christian and nobly did L his duty as a servant of the Master and it was with regret I that the people of this community During his resigave him up was active in the dence here he temperance work and was nomi nated and made the race in 1876 Â¬ Â¬ and increased old fashioned steadily to a heavy gulley washing clod soaking down pour continuing for an hour or more and when it ceased two inches of water had fallen The rain seems to have been general all over the county and the crops were damaged considerably by the washes especially in the western portion of the county Out in the Farmdale neighborhood it seems to have been heavier than in the city for Cedar Run rose rapidly and rushed down the canon through which it flows in a perfect torrent carrying away a portion of the south arch of the stone bridge just in front of the residence of Mr S E Dunlap about a mile and a half from the city Glens Creek too became a roaring torrent in a few minutes carrying away everything before it and drowning a number of hogs Here in the city the gutters filled so rapidly that the sewers could not carry off the volume of water and the streets were flooded in many places At the intersection of Washington and Clinton streets quite a lake was formed and a dusky Amazon carrying a load of red liquor furnished amusement to a crowd of loafers by turning her skirts over her shoulders and wading around in it The street car tracks were so badlv clogged with mud washed upon the rails in places as to stop travel until the tracks could be cleared The rain was greatly needed and the amount of good done by it overgoes the damage a thousand fold and all nature has been smiling since it came first Â¬ at Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa Â¬ tion Car Built by the Pullman Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- Â¬ esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m m Providence 715 p m and Boston Â¬ Â¬ ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER n w -- a JM Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only 1 it J u yc Per Year Our Job c PARTMENT in Executes on short notice and the latest style f only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York nbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day New Midland Time Table 830 p m The F F V is the All work promptly executed and tt 219 St When Traveling Whether on pleasure bent or business take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels prefevers headaches and venting other forms of sickness For sale 1 bottles by all in 50 cent and Manufactured leading druggists by the California Fig Syrup Co only Q C Midland Effective June 3d No 8 arrive as follows trains p m No 2 1130 a m Si5 No 4 735 p m ErtSt bound trains depart No 1 7 a m No 7 1 p m No 3 4 p m 1 No makes connection for Cincinnati Lexington Richmond -and points south No 7 makes connection for Cincinnati No 3 makes connection for Cincinnati Rich Â¬ Winchester Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of mond Maysville Lexington and poi ts south the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Joh C D Bercaw G P A Work of all kinds solicited satisfaction guaranteed HBINDERY t v m m Â¬ The Capital Steam Laundry exWill ecutes all orders promptly call for and deliver work at your door Telephone No 17 24 tf Â¬ 1 1 r3 J If you dont want good work dont try the Capital Steam Laundry 24 tf GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 Hd Clilr Consumption The incessant wasting of a consumptive can only be over- Â¬ come by a powerful concentrated nourishment like Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion If this wasting is checked and the system is supplied with strength to combat the disease there is hope of recovery Stmt Up Stairs Frankfort Kj to the Atlanta Exposi Â¬ tion It will be one of the greatest fairs ever known to America Many features of the Chicago Worlds Fair- and many additional new ones Exposition open September 18th to Dec 31st 1895 Do you want to go Write to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 for matter Low Bates to Oinoinnati Monday July 15th under the aus pices of the Ladies Aid Society Low rate excursion tickets via Crescent Ask your Queen agent for particulars Â¬ 4fe 5 7 Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos phites does more to cure Con- Â¬ sumption than any other known remedy It is for all Affections of Throat and Lungs Coughs Colds Bron Â¬ chitis and Wasting PamphUtnt ScottBowneNY AIIDruggliU GOcandfl 4k r 7 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 7 7 7 7 7fT 7 --- a visa wta iaiv PftCT by mall JtOSt- age prepa d to anv feWUiIiiit address in Kentucky one year for z TheÂ¬ Post in an daily established in x87Qtiie lead ing afternoon Journal of Kentucky prints the full report of SvJS tho Associated Press full market reports Washington and igraph nnws from all Frankfort correspondence special parts or Kentucky snorting news society mclus choice mis Â¬ cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and typo largo and easily read Agents wanted write for terms NOTlOJiAll nersotis who wish to tako advantage of this offer must make checks and money orders payable to 535 Third St Louisville Ky II G JloyjfH Room TnTTTGVTTTP 2 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 7A WW -- PER YEAR Less than FOUR CENTS a week EVPNTNf THE CHANGE OF A LIFETIME Think ofIt By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville 1 am enabled to make an unprecedented offer to the news Â¬ paper readers of Kentucky J will send the 4k 7AV 4k 7 4k 4k I I -- -- iW llBMBBPBBPPBJWBBBBBBJwPlWBBWi ytt F I ruffgflgggBwnRPBMBawair iijKyacAJggyiMUJLMrivmiyxmiXLrjwiM S 3M3ftTflB L BaULMUUjUWKBIUU CIS Da ism E UUaUlUl2elULr a CCT H - V We Are Still Holding ft or IVa j jiu large assortment Dissolution Call and see our ran us BE3 BUT na- a egi ram in W MERKB moqi We Est have supplied our customers during irnSH-iWJm 111 the past two weeks with shoes and hats JIStf3f gl cheaper than they were ever sold in Frank- Ifoft Our prices were the talk of the town bb Our customers appreciated it and patron- eta - DO v ca i ir for yourself and family jg BB Da BB YOUNG M Kemember wo are the sole agents for the Rockland Co line of celebrated shoes We carrry them in all style toes in congress and bals Try a pair ea WW ca BET gg g oa BO ED f ized us liberally SI Ba s f t t Ea 38wr en HK S ea ma The warm weather is now hero and you will need summer hats and summer shoes ij ran DO HE 3ty5 oa i is V y iii sa ii BUi im jp 4 The Frankfort and Mt Eden Kjf clubs played a game of ball at rfBtf tfj IStTUnm Will Part Satiirrtav alter c noon which was a deid easy cinch for the home boys the score standing at the end of the game During the 22 to 7 in their favor game Mr Will H McClure who played right field for the Frank forts was running from second to third base and seeing the ball was about to get there ahead of him slid for the bag and in so doing knocked his left shoulder out of joint and had to get out of the game his place being taken by Drs Ely and Charley Swango Thompson who were on the ground set the injured shoulder but it slipped out of place again and had to be reset that night by Dr Ely It was quite a painful injury and will disable Mr Mc- i f 4 l HtonmriBranmKnnniaraaici BQDaDaiaaDauaDauaDauaDauaDaDSiBaDaBaBaBaBaBJBsuacaBaLiaDSiBacaDaBiiDBa M siS nxr Juno Veatlory JULY 6 1895 run 3 net BEI B Ba BaKaBaBaHaiaaBaBaBaBaBaBnnaBaBaBaBaBarinBaBaBaKaBBnBBaBaBannBnBn i BaBaBacQmaDaBjaDaDaBQDjBaBauai29BacaBaDaBUEaB3BaEaBaBUBUB3BaBa 2ftEr-ti-X- l Â¬ Â¬ Bia BET ua FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT Base Ball Â¬ Clure for some time m 8- - The Frankfort Base Ball Club celebrated the Glorious Fourth by having a picnic at the expense of the Olympics of Louisville The morning game was more of a procession than anything else the score standing 18 to 1 in the Frankforts favor Stagg was invincible such fine batters as Bob Watts and Ed Day being unable to touch him while as for getting a hit when men were on bases it was one of the impossibilities His support barring one or two instances was superb a one hand stop by Frank Barret at third being especially noteworthy In the first inning of the afternoon game Klooz was unable to locate the plate and owing principally to his gifts of bases on balls aided by a few timely hits the locals rolled up a total of ten Â¬ Orescent Route to Ohinkamauga M Ben T Farmer the local Veterans and their friends will observer of the weather reports all want to attend the great Nathe following as the weather for tional Park dedication at Chica nmuga this fall It will be a notathe past month Maxium Temperature June 3 ble event Do you want to know how to 97 5 make the trip and what youll see Minimum Temperature June 7 when you reach the journeys end - Write to W C Rinearson G P 55 Crescent of the Queeu A Total precipitation 580 inches Route Cincinnati Illustrated and Number of days clear 27 descriptive matter upon applicaNumber of days partly cloudy tion Crescent Route The Queen Prevailing winds Southwesterly to Chattanooga is the best line and has the reputation of unequal- Populist Candidate ed service of handsome trains of palace day coaches and through The Populists of the county met sleepers from New Orleans Mer in convention at the court house idian Shreveport Vicksburg and to Chattanooga on Monday and nominated Dr Birmingham Quick schedul s and interesting R B Gwinn of Peaks Mill as a scenery en route help to make the candidate for the Legislature and Queen Crescent and Southern sent all good Populists as delegates route par excellence to the State Convention which mefr Camp Meeting on in Louisville Thursday Speeches were made by Messrs Central Holiness Camp MeetJ A Parker of Paducah Mr W ing Wilmore Ky meets July T B South of this county Mr 29th to August 9th 1805 One and one third fare for the W B Bridgeford and others Crescent round trip via Queen every day of meeting from all Pills do Not Curo points between Cincinnati and Pills do not cure Constipation Chattanooga inclusive Karls They only aggravate Ask ticket agents for particulars Clover Root Tea gives perfect or address regularity of the bowels For sale W C Rineakson G P A Co by John W R Williams Â¬ 3- The Queen Thr Monroe Patent STOKEWRRE IlINED Hi jg3Sa3j53-a-- fc y a BBai A1TD THE ALASKA CHARCOAL FILLED REFRIGERATORS Â¬ fS i Â¬ JESd Leainer Po m par n For Sale T3y M Belting at Cost 1 TlE 2 HMMirr k vtffiK 40 Cincinnati O ct syMajawTOi IffL Sl vrr K Save Your Costs Â¬ Map of tlio Virginia Battle ftm nv m YS ir The only correct map made from official papers in the war depart fe ment with complete list of battles of 25 cents in Sent on receipt money or postage stamps Address C B Ryan Assistant General Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at Passenger Agent C 0 Railway very low figures Cincinnati O 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Back Bands Traces 150 Wagon Whips Tlio Irrepressible Saxby Halters Buggy Bridles 200 Buggy Whips Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 125 Send 10 cents in stamps for a 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper handsome copy of the volume 30 Saddles you 36 Lap Robes or Dusters m Snap Shots by the irrepressible 50 Work Bridles 12 Pumps Are You Made Saxby to W C Rinearson Genl Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Miserable by Indigestion Consti- Passr Agent Queen and Crescent and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantlv on hand pation Dizziness Loss of Appe- Route Cincinnati Ohio Only a limited tite Yellow Skin Shilohs VitalSend at once scores before the visitors had a ize is positive cure a For sale edition chance at the start They man- by John W R Williams Co aged to make ten scores themTo Winchester 4 The Broadway Hardware Dealer selves before the game was over Kentucky Sunday school Union Midland train No 3 leaving but in the meantime the locals had made fourteen more so it didnt July 2 ioth the Midland will Frankfort at 4 p m makes close That good sell tickets to Lexington and re- connection at Paris Junction with do them much good player and all round athlete Frank turn at 115 On July nth at K C for Winchester arriving at 610 C D Bercaw McComb was determined not to 86c Gen Passenger Agt return home empty handed how- Â¬ Special Kates Via the Midland m ever so he placed a ball from his Nickel Plato Stamp Holder July C 9 Boston Muss Christian En- bat in the middle of the crowd in denvorJ Send eight cents in postage right field sprinted around the stamps to C B Ryan Assistant July 8 5 Denver National Educational Association bases before it was returned and G P A C O Railroad Cin June 18 19 Cleveland 0 Republican Leajjue was then presented with a box of cinnati O for this unique vest June 24 2f Louisville Democratic Cir- Basement nf the Capital Hotel ous 10 cent cigars by Messrs John pocket stamp holder Epworth Glmttanooga Juue 25 27 who had The only safe sure an W R WiliamsCo League reliable Female PIUV Low Rates to Ladles Juno 27 Cincinnati Kuights of Houorj offered it to the first player mak nver offered to TnriA Juno 80 July 1 Lexington Ky Educa PENNYROYAL PILLS especially recommend ing a home run in either game Ail to married tional Association Mondaj July 15th under the ndin no other Aid July 2 4 Fourth of July f auspices of the Ladies aAuk for D MOTTB PMUTYXOYAI per u 4 0 Denver Col Natioiul Educa Beno ror cirovuar rnco iuu The U S Govt Reports Society Low rate excursion July tional Association UR MOTTB CHEMICAL CO - Cleveland Ohio show Royal Baking Powder tickets via Qui en and Crescent July 5 9 Boston Christian Endeavor BSTFor Salo Toy HOLMES Sz 3 I3lD Drvx pLst FebXMy superior to allothersu Ask your agent for partculars Wj Fare Jllalf Fare Plan Certificate Â¬ Â¬ County Attorney Polsgrove is preparing the petitions to file suits at the next term of the Circuit Court against all those whose property has been sold for taxes by the sheriff and if your property was in the lot which passed under the hammer you can save several dollars in additional costs by seeing the County Attorney and settling before he files suit against Â¬ Â¬ Fields fj1up- - - flPl 5SPsk Ju Ptin 2y S3il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C E COLLINS Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO InsuLrance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iE fr Kf Si nUiwdto 1 igHMtjMH P5r Etzm E r A fe K ajk f The city is on the the great woman who showed our luncheon tent pitched by the water shed of the country and the kindness to the prophet Elsh In Samaria and Galilee side of Jacobs Well and in full streams of the western side of it and whose son he raised to life Out One days ride from Jerusalem view of Josephs tomb a half mile flow to the Mediterranean while there a little ways among the brings us to Shiloh We pass or so further along The morning on the eastern they find their way fields still waving with rich hai through a bairen and hilly region ride has been a long one but we into the Jordan vests the child received his fatal by rough and rugged paths yet it forget weariness in the presence of Leaving Nablous early the sunstroke And yonder to Caris a region historically memorable the famous well and of scenes so morning of our third day out we mel rode the frantic mother on a After one hour all distances in rich in Biblical history We sit on pass through a succession of rich donkey driven by a donkey boy this country are measured by the curb of the well and read John plains waving with wheat and in to get the prophet You can hours not by miles we note the iv and it is easy to summon the a couple of hours are standing on easily trace the whole way with site of Nob the city of the priests whole vivid picture of Jesus and the hill top of Samaria the ancient your eye Now we compass the where David ate the shew oread the Samaritan women before us capital of the ten tribes Rising mountain and on the northern obtained Goli h sword and brought and hear those divine lips say high above the valley on all sidesit side we make our noon day halt down the vengeance of Saul upon whosoever drinketh of the water must have been an easy place to in the village of Nain where the priests for aiding his enemy that I shall give him shall never fortify and when encircled by a Jesus raised to life the widows only The well is seven and wall a fortress impregnable And son It is Saturday and we are Just beyond was Gibeah of Saul thirst whence that newly crowned king one half feet across and at pres- what a country surrounds it to camp at Nazareth over the called the people to assemble in ent some seventyfive feet deep Isaiahs description is exact when Lords day Most of our comorder to deliver the men of Jabesh and we found it entirely dry he calls Samaria the head of the pany take the direct road But gilead I Samuel xii i i You can yet see the two of us prefer to make a detour and Were it cleaned out to a sufficient fat valleys1 deph there would still be water in gateway where the nobleman was by Endor in a quest of witches where long after his death David Jianged Sauls seven sons II Sam- it After luncheon I walked trampled to death who doubted and our efforts are rewarded by a uel xxii 9 On your left is Miz across the valley to Josephs tomb Elishas prophecy that in twenty glimpse of something near a score peh where Saul was chosen king which is surrounded by a high four hours the seige of the city by But they happened to be of the and a little farther north Gibeon wall barring all near approach Ben Hadad would be raised and variety which is harmless to every where the Lord appeared to the We had been brought very close bread come down to its normal body except a sixteen year old young King Solomon when he to Joseph while in Egypt and to price boy Endor is a village of caverns pool where Ahabs chariot nestling close against the steep asked for wisdom in preference to his great life work as ruler of that The riches or long life An hour land during the crisis of the seven was washed and where dogs licked hill side and just the place for the further we pass the site of Ramah year famine and it was with feel his blood from it as the prophet hooknosed Hecate who so the home and burial place of the ing akin to homage that we stood Elijah had fjpretold is still shown alarmed King Saul We ride to prophet Samuel where David was by his tomb His is one of the I Kings xxii38 The ruins of camp close to the base of Tabor c once in a remarkable way shielded lew cnaraccers in tnoiy writ in the temple erected by Herod the and are surprised to find ourselves from Sauls wrath I Samuel xix 18 which there is no record of a Great are there and many of the in Nazareth half an hour before A modern village stands flaw columns in the street of Columns the rest of our party thanks to 24 near in passing which we saw on The afternoon is devoted to a by which he embelished the city the fleetness of our horses Of the outskirts a number of large ride up to the summit of Gerizim are yet standing Samaria is con- Nazareth I have already written ovens made of stone and mud The ascent is easy and takes us nected with New Testament histo One interesting sight there I did and smoking with the fire that was past the Turkish barracks between ry by the preaching of Philip the not mention however It was a kindled to heat them for baking Gerizim and Ebal at the eastern evangelist and the going thither company of 800 Russian pilgrims And such a smell The fuel used end of Nablous where tradition of the apostles Peter and John who filed into the city on Sunday as the dried excrement of cattle locates the reading of the blessing to confirm and approve his suc- afternoon Everywhere in Palesand what the bread must be like I and curses of the law in the days cessful work The modern town tine beginning at Joppa we had leave to the readers imagination of Joshua but which event we is a poor looking collection of seen them in small and isolated Yet this is the typical oven and prefer to believe occurred a little to one story stone buildings plastered bands but nowhere had we met so the typical fuel in all this region the west where two natural amphi- with mud both on walls and roof large a company They were a Our luncheon tent is spread at theaters one in each mountain ex We pass on through the plain of motley looking set dressed in Bethel where Jacob had his vision actly opposite each other have Dothan to our lunching place close many costumes some walking of the ladder and we could nor but been many times shown to possess by the reputed pit into which some riding on donkeys all of Tiote in approachiner it that manvacoustic properties suited to the Joseph was cast by his cruel them with their baggage and cookof the hills have natural terraces purpose and to furnish space brothers and from which he was ing utensils strapped about them and thtit one lying down to sleep somewhat more commensurate afterwards sold into Egypt and and yet withal having a certain among them would close his eyes with the size of the company pres- - where also is the site of the town earnest and air that on great stairways reaching up to ent A little to the right of our that Elisha was shut up in by the commanded respect Every year heaven If the hills looked thus ascent is the jutting ledge known Syrians when they were miracu- at Easter they come to the Holy an Jacobs day the character of las Jothams Rock where that lously smitten with blindess and Lancl and pilgrims from other ihis dream was nothing stranee bold son of Gideon rebuked the taken captive II Kings vi 13 18 countries have learned to look upHere it was that Abraham had jShechemites for their folly by tlie The afternoon ride is through on them as one of the ibuilded an alter and that fact Parable of the bramble that was large olive groves and ends at sights of Palestine taken with Jacobs dream and vow made King over the trees Judges Jenin in the edge of the great George Darsie The view from Gerizim plain of Esdraelon and at the made Bethel one of the sacred ix7 2i Piles Piles Piles is noteworthy and alone would source of the Kishon cities of the land Hence Jero Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment boam chose it as his chief religious justify the trip But with it you The half had not been told me will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated It absorbs the capital and set up in it one of the see the site of the ancient Samari of the beauty of this celebrated and Itching Piles itching at once tumors allays the Riding across it next acts as a poultice gives instant golden calves when he became tan temple and the spot where plain Williams Indian Pile the little handful of Samaritans morning in the fresh spring air relief Dr prepared only for Piles king of the ten northern tribes Ointment is The afternoon ride was more still left in Nablous every year at such a scene of verdue greeted us and Itching of the private parts and else Every box is guaran memorable for awful roads than the Passover encamp for a week as our eyes had seldom seen I nothingSold by druggists sent by teed box for fcriptural suggestions The and engage in their peculiar acts dont wonder that the surround- mail for 50c andCO 100 perCleve Props WILLIAMS MFG only one that came to us was con- of worship the chief of which is ing nations formerly made it a land O Sold by Holmes Baird nected with Gideon and his novel the slaughtering of seven white point to come in here every year m test of the fleece Judges VK36 40 lambs in accordance with the just at harvest time and help All Recommend It Even the prairies of We viewed the site of Shiloh next Mosaic ritual The whole of the themselves Ask your physician your drug morning as we broke camp and summit abounds with ruins which Dakota could scarcely show a finer gist and your friends about Shilohs They will we had ample time for the ride indicate that it was once covered prospect than we saw Just ahead Cure for Consumption For sale by John recommend it that day was to be only as with houses The ancient Shechem of us and a little to the right rose Co W R Williams 39 far as Nablous the ancient Shech- - was the scene of the awful revenge mount Gilboa King Sauls last To the far left IlH YOuS BBVil m Tfl flBTOBESQDE cm we lound plenty of good of Simeon and Levi for the dis- fatal battle field honoring of their sister which was Carmel inseparable from the places the tabernacle and FIMflB ISLfiHO Between the while looking for them our brought upon them the dying history of Elijah thoughts were busy with memories curse of their father At Shechem two and c for a score of miles OWE THOUSAND MILES OF LAKH RIDB AT OMA L HXPHN3H of old Eli and his two reckless and Joshua assembled the tribes in his before us we could see the sweep Villi tb is Historical Island which ia the unrestrained sons of his tragic last days and made them cove- of the level plain which for cen rniidtV simmer resort on tlio Great death when the dire news that nant to serve the Lord after his turies past had been such a field 1iMsi It only coats about 10 from 10 from ASi from Toledo Hither came Rehoboam for contending armies even in his the ark of God had been taken death ww ir tlio rouuil trip including tta ad lieUhs Avoid tho heat nncl was announced to hirn of the lit- - the son of Solomon to be crown- day that the writer of the Apoiiis by sniveling on tho D 0 Uoatinj tle boy Samuel and of Hannah ed king of Israel and here after calypse calls the last great battle Tho attractions of n trip to tho are his mother and of how the great refusing the reasonable request of of the world Armageddon from tWtiniK region grand unourpassedspot Tho sluKl itself ib a romantic its God made him the vehicle of com the people for a lightening of their Megiddo one of the several names Invito inott invigorating Two now icel passenger steamers have just been munication with Israel Not far burdens he alienated the ten of this plain unlit lot the upper lake route costing 520000 each They are equipped with beyond Shiloh we strike into the northern tribes and rent the But here we are at Jezreel every modern convenience annunciators beautiful plain of Moreh and kingdom asunder forever Ahabs summer capital and we Itti rooms etc illuminated throughout nnd aro guaranteed to bo it clear to Nablous On the follow The modern Nablous is a city of rein up on the plat of ground still n electricity largest nnd safest steamers ne grandest way the tomb of Eleazer the son over 20000 inhabitants of which known as Naboths vineyard and im fresh water Theso steamers favorably con the great ocean liners and sucessor of Aaron Josh xxiv nineteen twentieths are fanatical look at the ruins of a wall down compare with speed Four trips perinweek ft ruction und The moun- Moslems It lies in a fertile val which it is told us painted Jezebel iietween Toledo Detroit Alpena Macki 33 is pointed out nac St Ignace Pctoakey Chicago Soo tains rise high ahead and eagerly ley filled with springs of water was thrown to death On we go Marquette and Duluth Daily between and Cleveland and we watch for the first glimpse ol and green with orange lemon across the plain to the southern Cleveland and Detroit palatial equipment The Ebal and Gerizim which gradual apricot pomegranate fig and slope of Little Hermon where makes traveling on these steamers thor for illustrated ly come into view as we advance olive trees and presents a picture among interminable hedges of oughly enjoyable SendAddress A A descriptive pamphlet Detroit Mich Curving to the left around the of beauty that lingers long in your Cactus is Shunem in which dwelt Chantz Q P A Â¬ MIl DARSIES TRIP base of Gerizim we catch sight of memory Â¬ Sy5Sip BuiwoiincujiTuiKiauisMJiKimia IK AWKM tOlttCO I IS 3jWflfe JHHRrtWj WM COWMtSUCUUR MM - ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPO RAL Â¬ CIGARETTE Hm stood tho Test of Tims MQHE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED y J L Â¬ Dec 15 1 U Co mi- - DR W I KELLEY beatthe OF CINCINNATI O will FHOEiTIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday form August August July July 6 1895 20 1895 3 1895 17 1895 piles In any HEMORRHOIDS what are termed uuroU wrltnodt surgery ULCERATION and CATARRHSof FISTULA and FISSURES Â¬ cured the rectum also cured Â¬ RKEERENCES W McKee Hardlc Frankfort Ky A Scott Frankfoit Ky Anthony Leach iranklort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Iiev L P Uulett Benson Ky A U Manure Frankfort Ky AT J Hushes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Tas M Wltbrow Krankfoit Ky DIt KELLEYS office and residence is at 269 West Eighth stroetClnclnnatl und where he may be found ever day of euch week except SATUR- - J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 259 W W I KELLEY Â¬ Eleht St Cincinnati MD O Â¬ well-to-d- o J Â¬ Â¬ matter-of-cours- e B FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION flrjB I louisville Tiine I H M THE BRIGHTEST AND OCST AfTERIICOfl PAPER IN THE S3UIH Â¬ tjU uSm Jffijj Â¬ H Latest Market H H Quotations H KLJ Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports Circulation in the South AND OVER DAILY gflj Â¬ H Largest K H JNO H Â¬ 30000 I H I bjjM 9 Â¬ Â¬ 4 50 CENTS Or A MONTH by Kail 500 a Year Â¬ A HALDEMAN Bus Mo bob Fourth avenue LOUI8VILLE KENTUCKY r H HR fij Â¬ fr Jj ft SOUTH 1ST TIME TABLE A M A M V 11 J M 28 No17 NoJS No7l No 815 Q01 Â¬ Â¬ Lv lLXlllKtOIl Yiirimlltoii Midway Spring Station Bagdad 77 U17 Frankfort il50 3RV 10 M KJ7 10 AJ 034 25 200 2 7 2 Si 240 306 3 3 A3 G20 i43 78 715 8i2 815 815 H22 9 1 - Â¬ -- 111 Anchornue Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Laeranca 1ewte Valiey 1014 011 1116 707 1136 7 SW 11 K 746 11219 401 420 448 620 B1J 4f6 iK 01 940 A M 18 NORTH P M P M P M No NoLt No 620 733 80n 815 828 833 9KX 22 No 24 Lt LoulsJllo Ptwee Valley Lagrance Eminence Frankfort Spring Station Midway Ar Lexington PleiiBurevlllo Bagdad Anchorage Â¬ Â¬ Yarnallton Â¬ 1020 1046 1066 1111 1130 745 817 827 850 926 933 949 2KX G64 237 249 31 500 532 540 038 705 732 740 764 810 838 863 C59 4F0 600 609 624 640 4l 62 820 ftp v If Iut-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ Mo 21 will stop at Anchorage Ohrlstiansburg for passengers Lexington and points beyond nnd tor D0 Noa 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange for Oinoinnati No 19 and 21 oonneot at xiiiLiiiu inL n 4fw UlAinnAnU nnnMU u itifiliAna ii iiiajaiaiuniai iiiiiiimi 5 y il r KJWSQHia HUHH psy VBpT i Tliis is wliat I ana -- grciaag to bare people I S 137- - li Ac i nnniriPVfi m Is the Meapesi rlabu in Frankfort 4 s I B If F s V joHisr T ST- DEATH CAME SUDDENLY To A I am giving tinware away at present prices To dose out my entire stock of china every piece in my large stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down jto very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices n CLAIR Â¬ JZ3 rS STREET mmJ a t I JL Ol J 1 J Potts in This City and Veach in Lexington X i i Potts who since the establishment of the Electric Rail- Â¬ way in this city has been the day engineer for the company died suddenly in the room in which he slept at the power house WednesHe had long been day morning subject to asthma and had been feeling so badly that some ten days since he quit work and went to his home in Lexingo for a short rest but returned several days ago Tuesday and resumed work evening he was complaining again and retired that night expecting an attack of his old enemy before morning but slept tolerably well In the morning he was feeling so badly that Dr Er James was summoned and when the doctor called he found him tossing upon his cot in intense pain Dr James asked him if it was another attack of asthma but he said no the pain was here placing both hands upon his chest and in response to the doctors further questions said he had taken some whisky but it had not relieved him The doctor then gave him another dose of whisky and was preparing to fol Â¬ low it up with a dose of medicine when Mr Potts suddenly straight ened himself out upon the bed breathed convulsively once or twice and was dead The deceased was an expert engineer and lived for a long time at Danville but of late years has been residing in Lexington where he leaves a widow and several He was a genial gentle children man who had made a large num ber of friends during his stay in this city and a hardworking intel- Â¬ ligent man being well up in all the intricacies of electrical engi- Â¬ Â¬ Mrj4 J Â¬ A Babys Iiife Saved My baby had croup and was cured by Shilohs Cure writes Mrs J B Martin of Huntsville Ala For sale by John W R this city of which he was made Williams Co 40 Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the captain and did service at AshNicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the For Kent land and Grayson during the trials market and to make prices right of Neal and Craft He also orMy new dwelling house on ganized and commanded a militia Shelby streets containing seven Every- rooms furnished or unfurnished company in Lexington This house has all the Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We body knew Jack Veach and Cap- as desired modern conveniences and is in the are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest tain Jack as he was familiarly most desirable part of the city prices that our store is a place all economical called was every bodys friend For terms apply to buyers should visit He had for years been a great Wm Cromwell sufferer from rheumatism and it 42 tf is supposed that the effects of this BIG FOUR ROUTE disease produced the heart failure from which he died He was BestXiine to the North and East All lines from the South make twice married his first wife being TO THE CENTER OP in Central direct connections Miss Jemima Jolly of this city Union Station Cincinnati with and his second a Miss Gears of through trains of the Big Four TIESE- Lexington The latter still sur- to Chicago St Louis IndianapoÂ¬ The deceased was a half brother of Mrs Henry Brown of this city and was raised here When a boy he learned the cabinet making business under his father but having a fondness for the life of a soldier enlisted in 1862 in the company of Capt W K Gray of the the 22d Kentucky Infantry He served until the close of the war when he was mustered out and returned to this city to reside He remained here until some ten years ago when he removed to Lexington Along early in the 8os he organized an artillery company in Â¬ Educational Articles We publish to day the first of a series of articles upon educational matters from the pen of Prof George Robbins which will be continued from time to time as the spirit moves him to write Prof Robbins handles every sub- Â¬ ject upon which he writes well and his articles will be found very inÂ¬ If So Why Not And if Not Why So ters for bargains in We claim our store to be the Great Headquar Â¬ teresting Boots Shoes Hats Books e Â¬ Â¬ tk Â¬ RXMcCLTJRESON i ir O XI -- V h a MATTmr Â¬ Â¬ vives him The remains were brought to this city Thursday afternoon ac companied by a delegation of Knights of Pythias and were in- Â¬ terred in the cemetery with the honors of the order Dexter Lodge of this city joining- - in the ceremonies Columbus Cleveland York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ mation call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O lis New CHICAGO BY THE- - ins THE IMPROVED J M0N9N ROUTE LouIllle New Albany Chicago Ry Co 334 MAIN STREET Consumption Can be Cured FRANKFORT neering He was a member of the Masonic fraternity and at the request of Mr John T Buckly manager of the Street Car Company his remains were taken charge of by FrankÂ¬ Â¬ No 4 and Commandery His son ar-Â¬ for burial prepared rived here Wednesday afternoon and accompanied the remains to Lexington that afternoon and the funeral took place in Danville yes Â¬ fort terday The sad news was received here Wednesday morning that Mr J B Veach formeily of this city had died suddenly the night before at his home in Lexington It seems that he had been in un- Â¬ usually good health for sometime and had gone down town after supper on the evening of his death and alter returning home was sitting in a rocking chair when without warning he f ll over a corpse By the use of Shilohs Cure This great Congh Cure is the only Sunday school Excursion to the known remedy for that terrible Iiucllow IJagoon disease For sale by John W R Co Williams 40 Cincinnati Ohio July 10 1895 Leave Depot 630 a m arrive To Winchester Ludlow Lagoon 1030 or 11 a m Midland train No 3 leaving Leave at 530 p m for home or as soon thereafter as the road is Frankfort at 4 p m makes close connection at Paris Junction with clear of regular trains as safety is K C for Winchester arriving at more desirable than time Winchester at 610 Tickets on sale at John W R The Best Cough Cure Williams Cos Drug Store and at A neglected Ky Midland All tickets must be Is Shilohs Cure Stop it at cough is dangerous purchased by close of business once with Shilohs Cure For sale hours Monday evening or 12 oclock Tuesday as we must know by j ohn W R Williams Co 40 before noon of Tuesday the size of the excursion in order that a coach Oakley Races may be provided for about each eighty tickets sold Buy your tickJune 26th to August 6th the Midland will sell tickets to Cincinets now This is the last notice nati and return at S3 75 U V Williams C D Bercaw Friendly papers please copy Â¬ landing passengers an the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville Mt St Paul Omaha For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Brondwtw opposite L A N depot Also needles oil eta for all sewins machines A share ol your patron Â¬ age solicited j San Francisco AND THE Denver v J re 22 Gui JOUN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Ibrpuvkks frKKCMYSKS C TUB TUE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE OS W IMS R R NORTHWEST Call For By The J J 3 Louisville Tickets Limited MEMPHIS 3RANKT J ONLY ONE NKiUTSRIDK JIMIonoin E H BACON D LOUISVILLE TQ REED P A Chicago P A Â¬ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Cnptttln Sweeney U S A 1 was nervous tired irritable and cross Shilohs Karls Clover Root San Diego Cal says Tea has made me well and happy Catarrh Remedy is the first medi- Mks E B Worden cine I have ever found that would Price 50 cents For sale by John W R Williams do me any good Co For sale bv John W R Williams 40 40 Notvviihstuid the advance in We will send the KouNDvnouT all lands of leather our prices on one year and The Louisville Even harness and saddles remain the ing Post one year to any sub Â¬ same Call and examine the Now largest stock ever in Frankfort scriber for 300 per year is the time to subscribe Mastin Bros 38 tf Nerves on Edge G P A MEMPHIS VIOKSBTJRGr NEW ORLEANS -- AND ALL POINTS South and Southwest B V KWi A Grout Oiler Co Rate Tickets and nil lnfqrmntlnn furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co II not address l W J Tr MoBRIDE velliuj Pass Anent Louisville Ky ff Â¬ T BLYNOH Ueneral Passenuer Agent Louisville Kj PATENT f rompt I opinion wrlto to 8 I UNN answer and tin honest nearly fifty roars fc CO who have had experience In tbo patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning lnteiitn and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mochan leal and sclentlQo books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notlcoln tbo Scientific Americnu ana thus nro brought widely before tho public with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated bos by far tho lowest circulation of iiny sclentltlo work In tho world 83 a year Hninplu vinles sent freo BulldlUK Kdltlon monthly 1260 a year einglo copies cents Fvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photographs of now houses with plans eniihlititr builders to show tha latest deslcns and secttro contracts Address CO UVUH LW YOUK 301 BUOADWAT CAN KOTaOTM mrcAvt aj rm marksv V COPYRIGHTS ai n rM H OBTAIN A For ft jo 3 STAKES is not for 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 Eemember the early comers have some advantages over those coming late Mons and Boys 1 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 10 The finest Suits in our house Black Olays 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 CLOTHING V Mens Net Undershirts 19 cents Mens Jeans Drawers elastic bottoms 25 cents Ohildrens 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 Cluett Ooon and Star white Shirts 85 cents Mens Socks 4 5 8 12 and 25 cents per pair Mens Leather and Canvas Belts 18 25 and 35 cents Come early FURNISHINGS Ladies and Ohildrens 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 cut to 2 One lot Mens Patent Leather Shoes cut to 150 from 3 iW NZO SHOES ftJ Tiemendous Slaughter in all Shoes immense stock to select from Hundreds of Handsome Straw Hats for Men and Boys from 20 to 50 cents Will soon be A Card l D C CRUTCHER CO CTWMnBWWtaresaMMrafcMHMi rate includes admission to the I 5 i 1 K Jf IX V- - V K i Mm 1 mm IHlluiik Wtr w8Hpv Lngoon free theatricals etc Of the Condition of the Remember that tickets must be Editor Roundabout WBm before July 9 Tickets Deposit Bank of FranKforl Dear Sir Please do me the purchased Williams Co s drug favor to publish the following 01 sale at At Close of Business store and Kentucky Midland dt Several days ago in the Courier Frankfort Elkhorn and pot JXJ2STE3 SS Journal there was a statement Switzer made by Warden Henry George Elf lit C D Bercaw with reference to my discharge RESOURCES General Passenger Agent to the effect that I was not suit- Â¬ 206013 61 Loans and Discounts OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Kentucky Midland Ry 1893 42 Overdrafts Secured able to perform the duties de- Â¬ 41181 11 Due from National Banks Due from State Banks and manded of me as a guard at the 3W1 95 Bankers 100 Bewsrd 100 Frankfort penitentiary 1812 78 Real Estate 814 52 Specie I will say to the public that I 24815 10 The readers of th Roundabout Currency for Clearings 60109 Exchanges never failed to perform any duty will be pleased to learn that Furniture JwSm 900 00 13 99 Protest that may have been demanded of there is at least oae dreaded dlflonae Law Expense 240 42 284018 89 me either by the warden or his that Bcienoobssboenabletooupeinall its stages and that is Catarrh Halls FRAME ATWO STORY DOUBLEon Cross DWELLING v JjnJvvT E8TEY ORGAN I asked the warden for Catarrh Caro is tho only positive cure deputy large grounds street South quick will take 50 LIABILITIES a change of posts at two different now known to the medical fraternity Â¬ Capital Stock 77400 CO 89600 00 times that I might test my fitness Catarrh being a constitutional dis Surplus ease requires a constitutional treat undivided Fronts 425 01 ZEor ZESent to serve the State at the penitenti- Â¬ ment Halls Catarrh Cure k taken Duo Depositors 158685 81 FOT RFMT FRAME RESIDENCE dj ot 7 rooms on Cross Dupald Dividends 2371 50 VT ary He failed to grant it Still internally aetisg directly upon the Set nslde to pay tax hy TWO STOltY FRAME RESIDENCE OF 9 street South Side 5S7 04 A Rooms with st tble and large grounds on blood 500 00 the he tells the public that his reason systemand mucosa surfaces ffoun Expense contingent S281018 89 Murray streetSouth Side This Is very desirable thereby destroying the property ibr discharging me was that I was dation of the dueas and giving the Net earnings for six months ending suitable to perform the patient strength by building up the not Tune 29 1895 5336 57 duties demanded of me The constitatiOB and aastatiry nature in Applied as follows54 FOR SALE Dividend No 2S22 00 J8 OF The proprietors UNEW FRAME COTTAGE Side FOUR ROOMS sftv 425 01 Interest and Discount street South question is how could he have doingsoits work have much faith in Its curative 500 00 Tax Surplus ascertained my unfitness when he 1589 56 that they ptter One C1TOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD fowers for any case that ft Hundred Expense contingent 500 00 falls to O neither demanded any duty that 5336 57 erty street douth Side Thl i Is Mcslnihlfi nrnn ic and Is ollered at ugbargaln Send for Bet of testimonials Blacksmith 1 did not perform nor changed me cure F J CHEENBY CO State of Kentucky SS from where he found me County of franklin Toledo O e H II Watson Cashierof the the Deposit B wk SoM by dwtggteto 75e Could a Washington a Franklin i FOE miiR nrARKHMTTH pnnDifoTv t Tnu located and doing business at No 220 St Clair street In the city of Frankfort in Bald county Forks of Elkhorn Including n frame resl j a Cromwell or a Napoleon have hplnff tfllllr RWnrn Rtir4 tinf tho fnrarmlntr naiinyt necessary Duimiugs tour discovered the deficiency without Queen and Crescent Route to is in all respects a true atatoment or the condlt- - fTUE TW0 HANDSOME NEW RE5IDFNCES OV urumj ui uuros rooms witu onereu at a uargam 01 lanu 13 on Mulct street South i LIS 18 tho Otl V Slinn nnivln nnurutmn nr thnt ee11 rooms ion of the said Bank at tho close of business on giving me a test trial tho Atlanta Exposition place and will command a good trade if run by an5 tht 29th day of June 1 495 to the best of his know Franktort lust erected by Dr Reynolds ledge nd belief and further says that the bus cvtmueucou nuriuuuu Warden S A Norman failed to of Siild Uunk has been transacted at the loiness discover whatever kind of defici- Â¬ cation named and and It will be one of the greatest above report Is madenot elsewhere with that the In coiunllance an offic not fairs ever known to America ency to which the term ial notice received from tho Secretary of the State FOR dnyor Junj 1895 Many features of the Chicago Uelgnatlngtiie29th shall be made as tho day suitable alludes and Mr George on which the report HH WATSON Cashier himself has b en eighteen months Worlds Fair and many additional A GKKAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN B FARMER Director THE AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE Malt House property on Mem stror B C MI MM Director discovering the fact and new ones on Shelby street South Frankfort TnKit property is wen equipped for malting or would BOB KURD UENDRICK Director In conclusion I wish to say to Exposition open September Stvom and Jsubscribed to before me by U H make a tine warehouse or mauufaoturlng estab- llsbment Watson tUU 1st d ly of July 1895 my friends in the State of Ken- Â¬ 18th to December 31st 1895 V U Kkenon Notary Public Do you want to go tucky that I was raised by parents FOR SALE JT DIVIDEND NOTICE Write to W C Rinearson G of the old school whose motto A dividend of three 3 per cent on capital 260 ACRE FARM OF OF GOOD the These P A Cincinnati O for printed stock ofpaid toDeposit Bank of Krankfort Ky A FARM city 80 ACRES Frankfort- LAND WITH was industry and honesty A large part limits of ln the will be Stockholders on and after Fri of this land Is now under cultivation and the balprecepts I have always tried to matter day Jul 5th 1895 FINE LAND WITU GOOD IMPROVE- - h H H WATSON Cashier ance Is good grazing land In this tract there is practice from my boyhood to the merits situated near Forks of Elkhorn ii 4 also a quantity of tine tobacco laud offered for sale This farm is well udapted to J present day and I truly hope that Bargains in Farming Imple- stock raising or will rae line tobacco us well us ments YOU A FRAME 0OT otner crops suiteu every unbiased gentleman or lady 011 500 WILL ofBOYrooms on Second street an easy paymants ror this climate will sell iJt 3 tiiga will hesitate to South Side who knows me Farmers you want to stop and believe any rumored charges or look at my twenty five dollar any charge preferred against me Mowing Machines and twelve dol- Â¬ bv FARM FOR SALE by that all wise and all pervading lar Hay Rakes both of which are 4 statesman Henry George I also have fifteen warranted TE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OP 210 LO J E Howard SEE THE T 110 acres situated on the Georcetmvn turn A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good cated 8 miles Frankfort on a tons of Rock Salt just the thing pme omiiesirom cruiiKiort mis ih very pro- turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi ductive land Is well improved abundantly sup dence of 5 rooms a for stock rooms and of plied improvements all BEDROOM SUITS j stock with water and is especiallyisadapted to In aother necessary tenement tho fourThis land Is Ludlow Lagoon rulslnj The neighborhood C E Collins high state of cultivation excellent lmnrnvamnnta churches and schools convenient and all sur- are in line condition andlnrderto make a The Broadway Hardware Dealer roundings attractive quick sale will be offered at n bargain Â¬ Is the most picturesque amuseWe offer dol- - J ment place in America an artifi- Â¬ fifty lars cial lake 2 J miles in circumference Big Four Route to the Y P S They J C E Convention a beautiful drive or boulevard Solid Oak Large J encircles the water steam yachts Bevel Boston Mass July 10 14 One nice j electric launches from the Worlds finish j Fair sail and row boats and swim- Â¬ fare for the round trip Magnificent Elegant ming compose the aquatic sport sleeping car service An amphitheatre seating 3000 dining cars Tickets good going THE i people makes a most pleasant July 5th to 9th good returning spot to rest and enjoy the theatri- Â¬ until July 31 S For full particulars call on any cals A 10000 electric Carousal and a Ferris Wheel are for those aent Big Four Route or address who like to go round Everybody E O McCormick P T M Opposite Courthouse D B Martin G P h T A ride on the scenic railroad and all the children like the ponies and reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed other attractions innumerable The Worlds Fair Tests through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chattain Charming grove fitted with nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Maconji 1 showed no baking powder chairs and tables is the most de- Â¬ uuu jntuwuviiic ijiruugu oiecpiug vura 10 xwnoxviue not springs so pure or so great in leav- Â¬ sirable place for picnic parties to and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe flk jAuu ffwBrt ening power as the Royal lunch The restaurant at the club and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and mMiXL em 1 house furnishes those who prefer San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke to purchase their dinner via New Orleans or via Shreveport Your IJifo Away On account of the big school Short lane from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati exursion on the 10th half price The truthful startling title of a book about with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor the only harmless guaranteed fi WL will be given to children for all Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observe cure that braces up nlcotlnlzed 4 poisons makes side pay amusements tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexingtou and For per- Â¬ nerves eliminates nicotine und manhood weak men guln strength vigor Over Weltzel A ODonnells You physical or sons connected with Sunday run no by druggists financial risk us guaran Is sold pRAfcTKFoEvi ifcsr Chattanooga everywhere unaer a v ChABWZell schools the railroad rate will be tee to cure or money refunded Book tree W CBiueawon Address ioo and for others 150 This Chicago Sterling Remedy Co New York or Olllce 8hoars from 9 a m until 5 p m JHv Pottr Agt Cfocinnort 0 Q PA Cincinnati 0 June ltn STATEMENT L 8 MARSHALL fi lfflPv CO ieS5 Real Estate Agents1 FORJSALE Siffl FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ EENT Property sosa sZjS 1 4- ea--- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RENT JEPijnr Sale Â¬ - Â¬ 10 so at ten cents and are beauties Mirror 1 i FOR SALE CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I L B MARSHALL R Rogers Son Queen Crescer route Lc 10 50 DENTIST J Dr F W EPES 5SSH i dflf I