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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i m - The EO A JfRAHEPORT ROUNDABOUT A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO 45 VOL XVIII FKANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 13 1895 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report TIIE CITY COUNCIL Has a Ijivoly Meeting Tuesday Niglit The Old Taylor Sold The Security Trust and Safety Vault Co of Lexington as assig nee of Messrs E H Taylor Jr Sons offered the Old Taylor Â¬ f 4 s 1V IV im iW a j ii At the regular meeting of the City Council Tuesday night the question of requiring theLeestown turnpike to move its toll gate out- side the city limits was brought up discussed and referred to a special ftm Log Cabin Club Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking ij i i i it a Ci P- - id ifi Chas D Bercaw General Ticket committee and Passenger Agent of the Mid- Â¬ requesting the A resolution A meeting was held at Sower land had charge of the party and Secretary of War to have the drift Ahlers Hall Saturday night for it is unnecessary to say that they pile under the bridge removed the purpose of organizing a Re- Â¬ enjoyed the day and saw every- Â¬ publican Campaign Clubat which was adopted thing to be seen in so short a time No ordinance or order allowing the following officers were elected Returning the train arrived here the use of the streets and alleys to Grant L Roberts President Won Again about 1 1 oclock at night the Western Union Telegraph Shirley Wintersmith ist Vice Mr E W Ay res fast trotter been passed President Company having Essenic Fete Beuzetta that won the 30000 C D Berouv 2nd Vice Presi- Â¬ heretofore an ordinance granting Frankfort Senate of the Ancient race at Lexington last fall started said privileges to said Company dent Essenic Order will give a lawn in a race at Columbus Ohio on W H Van winkle Secretary was presented read to the council fete on the lot at the corner of Monday and won it in three Henry Lindsey Treasurer tmd referred to a special commit- Â¬ Executive Committee Hord Second and Steele streets where straight heats her best time being tee i Mills meeting was held on 214 j4 She is also entered in a The Ordinance Committee was Brown C EHerd Jno L Scott the Friday evening of next week race at Detroit Michigan which directed to prepare an ordinance jr D B Walcutt and A B July 29th between the hours of will be trotted the Utter part of providing for the erection of arc Hammond Refresh- Â¬ the month The name adopted for the 8 p m and I a m lights at the corner of Steele and will be served in a tent Todd streets and at the work- Â¬ organization is the Log Cabin ments When Traveling Â¬ Club and quite a large number of erected for the purpose and danc house will be indulged in by the Whether on pleasure bent or A lively breeze was created by young men have become members ing young people upon a dancing business take on every trip a the presentation of an account of A Lively Stepper floor which will be provided in bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts Son for Messrs J L Rodman Supper will be most pleasantly and effectually on Mr Robert P Pepper has a the open air 55 for a carpet furnished for the for 50 cents with an the kidneys liver and bowels pre- Â¬ Mayors office Mr Marshall ob- Â¬ very promising trotting filly in furnished which is additional charge of 25 cents for venting fevers headaches and jected to the account being all ow Pelerine by Onward ices the proceeds of which will other forms of sickness For sale ed when the Mayor called Coun- Â¬ being handled by Mr Geo B go to the treasury of the Senate in 50 cent and 1 bottles by all cilman Fortune to the chair and Hays at his track near this city Manufactured leading druggists explained the matter producing She has shown several very fast Monkeyed With a Gas Stove by the California Fig Syrup Co letters from the Mayors of Owens miles having gone the distance in Mr Will H Mastin started only and trotted a half Tuesday boro Henderson and Paducah in 2 12 m to make a fire in his wifes gas regard to their offices all of which morning in 104 without a skip Writing History stove at his home on stated they were furnished offices She will start in the 217 class at cooking Cross street Sunday but was not Col J Stoddard Johnston since in the city buildings or in build- Detroit Michigan on the 27th of quick enough in applying the his defeat for the Democratic ings used by the city but none of this month for her first public when he did attempt to nomination for Secretary of State them said they rented offices else Â¬ record and it is safe to say will match and gas which had accumu- Â¬ has turned his attention to getting light it the where used them as law offices come first to the wire lated in the stove exploded burn- Â¬ up a memorial history of Louis- Â¬ and made the city pay the rent A Great Trip ing his face and scorching his eye Â¬ ville The book is being written and for the carpets on the floors brows hair and mustache His by Col Reuben T Durrett and Councilman Williams also opposed Seven coaches filled with Sunday- eyes were also injured but not and Col other able writers the motion to allow the account -school children teachers and seriously so and the yeas and nays were called others Johnston is the editor in chief the party numbering A Fact Worth Knowing upon the question which resulted about four hundred left this city A Xatural BeautiQer as follows yeas Councilmen Ell Consumption LaGrippe Pneu- Â¬ over the Kentucky Midland wanger Fuhs Haly Miles and Karls Clover Root Tea purifies monia and all Throat and Lung Tobin nays Councilmen Marshall Wednesday morning at 630 to diseases are cured by Shilohs the blood and gives a clear and Sower and Williams Councilman spend the day at the Ludlow Cure For sale by John W R beautiful complexion For sale by Fortune not voting Co Lagoon and in Cincinnati Co Mr Williams 39 John VV R Williams 39 Â¬ Distillery on Glens Creek Wood- Â¬ ford county on Wednesday at public sale together with the trade marks and brands of whis kies made there Mr J Swigert JETOX laces and Hambergs go to Taylor representing the new firm of E H Taylor Jr Sons in- Â¬ Jr OX thin summer dress goods corporated was the only bidder go to and the property was knocked percales new shades Jr down to him at 16500 go to HHCa jJAHnEQI ZKaxtsteins ZEIstxtsteiris CI slfc parasols Â¬ ti xtsteins to Haxtsteins- Jfc OX all shades of ribbons go go to s ZEToX aaxtsteixis- - ZEPOX summer to to ZEEsixtssteixis underwear go M naxtsteixis corsets go to Haxtsteixis IHOX the new things in 2EoX silk gloves and mitts go Xaiaxtsteixis DETOX ladies wrappers go to go fox shirt waists HCaxtsteins- Hsixtsteins- jt OX lace and swiss go to to DETOX hosiery all sizes go to JETOX anything and everything go to Haxtsteixis 3HnaxtsteirLS curtains Prices Always The-- Lowest- V K Â¬ Mo if ft RTSTEIN R K 214 St Clair St next door to McClure - Aia S KLASS S 4f- 2 WRIT fe - 11 ms jdj To par bills due and coming due v 10000 to uuu 10 A7 id A3STTE33D Tr -- S KLASS I MUST RAISE THE 29 Stores 29 Stores Bed Room Suits S10 and up n n Aiuuua 1 ao 1 8h lit IOn account of the late dissolution of our firm 91 4 lliS fV v 4 On hand besides the spring purchases made lately WSlL 4 Ever made in this city I will hammer prices so flat down that if you have no intention of buying at present you will buy anyhow The entire stook of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Notions c is at your mercy and will be sold regardless of cost and losses s25 OOO STOCK SACRIFICING To raise the above amount of money X IlBO XIV IKT I This may sound funny to you but neverthelejj it is a fact mere is dui one way lor me as 85 OOO Parlor Suits 17 and up r Sideboards 950 and up having bought my Brother D Klass interest out which left me with a have concluded to make the greatest - SJLIvE - Center Tables SI and up Beds 1 and up Rhodes Burford Furniture 75 iraBF - t I Go i And quick too in order to raise the money You cannot afford to miss such an opportunity and your dollar will do more V talk in my store now than two of them did before at any store WILL YOU COME AND SEE for yourself that this is no m advertising sohome or cheap talk Largest House Furnishers in the wait come at once while the stock is not broken up If 59 dont World - Tliey iZC-u-s-t Go and Got To Go 1 I S Klass Odd Fellows Building l 233 235 IvAI3tT ST VA V tffad ISia318Sm3i PfVrfT vrr rT cnitr TVa svs r- - UgMUiyUUUUMlUI 3 I 1 Such Beli RCXIXO Keady - Made I25T BBiHBBl 1 Hi for you Clothing be well il I te - I Are not offered by any other house thaw ours our statement lu iuok a i our uiuuimg ueiore ouying aou givu us an opportunity or proving It will 9 lfi YOUR POCKET HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELLpsf ffflfflflfltfflM IT Ullhli BE mOHEY t- - J -- M T urns - PERSONA Mrs E P Bryan fit ft i h Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ of St Louis is PURNISHED BY GLOVER visiting relatives here lor D D the pastor will conduct DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE public worship at 11 a m to morrow Mies Mary Mason Scott is visiting Sales on our market for the week No evening service relatives in Louisville just closed amount to 3375 hhds with Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 receipts for the same period of 3232 Mr George W Lewis of Louisville a m hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ is visiting relatives in this city uary 1st amount to 105580 hhds Sales Miss Mary Keith Miles has been of the crop of 1894 on our market to Christian Church Rev George this date amount to 105997 hhds visiting friends in Paris this week Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 a m We have had only two days of auc Â¬ Rev E S fAldernian is quite ill No night service tion sales on our market this week with fever at his home near Wood Prayer meeting Wednesday night and the offerings embraced 1779 hhds of burley tobacco The fine lake at 745 grades of leaf both of the colory and Sunday school meets at 930 Judge A T Dudley of Henderson red types continue firm at satisfac Â¬ is visiting his sister Mrs R M Al tory prices and common grades with Slimual Training Teacher Catholic Church Rev Father high color continue in demand with Â¬ dridge out any tendency toward weakening Oassander the new pastor will con- Â¬ Miss Maggie Rogers left Thursday ineJBoaraot iiitucation neia a in values but the other grades of duct the services at Church of the for a visit to friends in Bedford have not meeting on Tuesday evening and burleywhich was rallied from the de- Â¬ Good Shepherd to morrow cline reported last week Indiana High mass at 730 a m Low mass elected Prof Clinton Van Deuses but to the contrary the symptoms of Hon E H Taylor jr and wife re 10 a m irregularity were rather more agÂ¬ Vespers at 730 p m teacher of the Manual Training gravated during the sales of this turned Tuesday from a trip to Estill Springs Episcopal Church Rev R L Department of the Public School week following quotations fairly The Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington SIcOready the rector will conduct and George Halleck to teach the represent our market for burley to- Â¬ is visiting Mrs Gordon Triplett on the services to morrow at 11 a m and colored night school but left the bacco 1894 crop vacancy in the High School De- Â¬ Trash dark or damaged Main street 430 p m 1 50 2 75 tobacco partment unfilled Hon Jerry South of Arkansas is 3 75 Common Colory trash 3 00 First Presbyterian Church visiting his mother near Jetts Station On Board the Train July 10th Medium to good colory 3 75 5 50 Rev J SIcOlusky Blayney D D will trash this county 1S95 occupy the pulpit to morrow mornÂ¬ 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 Miss Nellie Fellmer has been quite 4 00 5 50 Common Colory lugs ing at 11 oclock No service at sick for the past week at her home on Dr Williams offered the follow Medium to good colory night 5 50 8 50 lugs Third street Young Peoples Society of Christian in resolutions Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 Miss Marian Lindsay left Tuesday Whereas This excursion party Sledium to good leaf 10 00 15 00-Endeavor meets at 715 p m in the for Mackinac Michigan to spend the 15 00 18 00 of five hundred- - Sunday school Qood to fine leaf lecture room 18 00 28 00 Select or wrappery heated term teachers and parents children day Miss Anna Nicholas of Cincinnati SIethodist Ohurcii Rev S F have enjoyed the excursion to Sir W H Posey and wife returned Pollott the pastor will conduce the the is visiting Miss Josie Salender on Ludlow Lagoon beyond and Advertised letters at Frankfort yesterday from Capon Springs West usual services to morrow at 11 a m above all past experiences which Kentucky Second street Virginia where they have been so Union meeting at night Miss Lulie Lynch of Louisville is has been made pleasant to them Persons calling for letters in the Sunday school meets at 930 a m in all its appointments therefore the guest of Mrs 0 E Ellwanger on journing for the benefit of Sir Pose3s following list will please say that health Epworth League convenes at 645 p East Main street Resolved That the thanks of they were advertised otherwise they Sir Noel Gaines left Tuesday for m in the ladies parlor Free delivery may not Mr Coburn 0 Kavanaugh of Lit- Â¬ this excursion party are due and are of letters receive them the residence by carriers at Parks Hill Nicholas county to at tle Rock Arkansas is visiting his tend the State Encampment of the to the Kentucky of owners Presbyterian Church hereby tendered Cincinnati South- observance may be secured by the mother in this city Uniform Rank of the Knights of Southern Midland to the of the following rules Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will ocPythias First Direct letters plainly to the Prof T M Turner left Thursday his pulpit to morrow at 11 a m ern and to the management of the street and number of house fjr a visit to relatives in Lynchburg Sir Frank K Rodman and family cupy service at night Lagoon for the marvelously low Second Head letters with the No of Cincinnati who have been visiting and Richmond Va rates obtained and the attentive writers full address including street ins parents Mr J h liodman and and number Miss Margaret A Lewis and Mr wife on Shelby street returned home The union meeting to morrow and safe conducting the same be addressed and request answers to accordingly Will A Lewis are visiting relatives Tuesday night will be held at the SIethodist But most of all is the success of Third Letters to strangers or tran Â¬ with a day of un sient visitors in the town or city in Richmond Virginia Sirs Anna Hopple Sliss Julia Hop- Church and Rev D O Lilly of the the excursion ple and Sliss Slabel Howard of Cin Â¬ Southern pleasure due to the whose especial address may oe un Â¬ Church interrupted Presbyterian Mrs Naomi Gay of Louisville is cinnati are visiting Sirs George W known should be marked in the left visiting her daughter Mrs A Jud Ohinn corner of Slain and Washing Â¬ preaches the sermon Five churches personal supervision of Messrs hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ are represented in this service the Harper and Bercav for their very sient ton streets Graham on Shelby street postage stamp Capt Thomas G Poore and wife Slessrs James Rodman Thos B Baptist Christian SIethodist First polite and courteous management onFourth Place the the upper right hand corner and Presbyterian and Southern Presby their efficiency as ralroad officials returned Saturday from a visit to Bullock Stanley Stagg Garrard Rod terian leave space between the stamp and man Hook Gray and Will Rodman and generosity as hosts having directions for postmark relatives in Green county compose a party which is camping Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ won the praises and good wishes Hon A J Carroll and wife of Louis- on Elkhorn near Switzer Sir 0 R Boucher of Covington of every member of the party tised letters for the week ending ville are visiting Judge W H Holt July 13 1895 Sliss Cecio Lewis of Stamping will address the meeting of the Triplett Sirs A Ground was in the city Tuesday Young Slens Christian Association The same was adopted with three Cott Annie and wife on Campbell street SI having come down to meet Sliss rousing cheers that could be heard Elkin J Z Louis- Â¬ Mrs Mildred Browder of Green Joseph 2 Taylor L J Kennedy of Owensboro who will be at 330 oclock Sunday afternoon in throughout the whole train ville is visiting her daughter Mrs her guest for several weeks Williams Charlie Graham Mrs the basement of the First Presby Wade Mrs Fan Rachel W S Saflfell on Logan street S Hale and wife Slajor terian Church Slajor H Pea Ridge nie Joy E Frank Porter Mrs Ed Coleman and daughters L 0 Norman Capt Ed Walton Mrs Liz Kuttle John Thompson and Sirs L B Longmoor Revival at Choatesville Misses Katie and Mary of Louisville School will open here on Mon- Â¬ Keeth Sliss Lucy zie attended the unveiling of the Hanson Wilson Sirs Mary Lewis W R are visiting relatives in this city 22d monument in Lexington Tuesday Waller Mrs Legislature of Rev H M Polsgrove has been day week the Mrs D 0 Hardin and daughter Sarah The District Treasurer will be Frankfort Ky Sliss Anna Quarles of Madison holding a protracted meeting at Miss Hannah left Wednesday for Ind who has been visiting her 20th to Radill Sirs Annie Wilson Robert at the school house July brother and family at Swallowfield the schoolhouse at Choatesville for receive the tax levied by trustees Strain Sirs Mary Young Sliss Alice Aurora Illinios to visit relatives guest of Mrs the past two weeks which has Potter Mrs J B next week be the Mrs Gordon Triplett who has been will W Thompson of Summit Ky All should be prompt as after When caiuner tor tnese letters Theo awakened quite an interest in that date the treasurer will be com- Â¬ please say advertised Visiting relatives in Lexington for S B Holmes P SI the past week returned home Monday W E Baxters office is over religious matters in the neigbor pelled to give a list of those who Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges of Barretts News Depot Careful hood and resulted in twelve per- Â¬ fail to pay to the sheriff for col- Â¬ Louisville are visiting their cousins and skillful dentistry at moderate sons uniting with the Christian lection the Misses McOlure on Cross street prices Teeth extracted without Church As Mr Sam Tracy was return Mrs 0 E Colahan and son Master pain 44 tf ing from church Tuesday night his Taxed Out 8TARKS IS Ellwood and Mrs Torbet Coryell left buggy collided with another bug milR OLD FIRM OF CRCTCHER of tln partners JL this dty dissolved by consent Sudden Death Tuesday for Cynthiana to visit rela Â¬ y Inn and Co gy and Mr Tracy and mother and composing wildsaid Arm are nil partiesto holding Messrs W A Gaines present requested clulms against tives Miss Hattie Bell were thrown out them for payment and nil who are Indebted are negro by the name of John are removing two thousand bar- A fonvtrd and settle to Prof E A Fellmer who has been hurting Mrs Tracys arm severe- Â¬ earnestly solicitedcan cornstheir business settled get promptly so they confined to the house for over a year Robinson sent to the penitentiary rels of free whisky from the ly C 0RUT0UER D without delay JNO f 8TARK3 is again quite ill at his home on Third from Winchester d ed suddenly warehouses at the Hermitage DisIF STARKS Mrs Josephine Graves and in that institution late yesterday street tillery and storing it in the ware- Â¬ children from Shelby county are Mr and Mrs J H Sheets have re Â¬ afternoon of heart disease A CARD houses at their Old Crow Distillery the guests of Mrs Will l racy this turned home from Lexington where Lost A small sized black silk on Glens Creek They find it week TIIE MERCHANTILE RETIRINOl they have been attending the Chau Â¬ INbusiness hereFROM desire most htartlly to we umbrella Dresden handle between cheaper to haul the whisky up tauqua lly for Mr Stoops has commenced his thank the public and our p trons especli during the very generous patronage extended uh Grahams grocery and there and then haul it back here house Howard Capt Spencer Cooper and wife of the period of onr mercliantlle career of 20 years it in the and m retiring we ask for our successors that Hazel Green were the guests of Hon Dr J L Prices residence Liberal when sold than to leave always extended to Mrs Claude Sargent of Bridge- Â¬ same liberal patronageCRUTC11ER fcTARKSthei old Arm G B Swanco and wife the first of reward will be paid for its return warehouses in South Frankfort and visited the Ridge this week- - Julyl3 lm pay the high rate of city tax In port Miss Bettie Khenon to the week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs 0 W Quiggins of Elizabeth town is visiting relatives in this city Mrs SIi A McOlure has returned from a visit to her uncle in Shelby ville Mrs Egbert Stephens spent several days with relatives in Aberdeen 0 this week SIr Lutz Combs of Louisville is visiting his nephew Mr W B Bridge ford on Murray street Miss Lizzie Mayhall of Jefferson ville Indiana is visiting her aunt Miss Susie Mayhall on Shelby street Mr James Andrew Scott and daughters Mr R K McOlure and Mr W H Averill left Monday for a trip to Boston Miss R Wallie Knott and nephew Master Louis Knott of Louisville are visiting Mrs SI A McOlure on West Slain street Sir John B Lindsey and wife Sliss Slaria Lindsey and Sliss Slary Ely left Thursday afternoon for a sojourn at Trion North Carolina Sirs S 0 Bull jr and little daugh Â¬ ter of Greenville Slississippi who have been visiting relatives here left for home Wednesday Sirs Slaggie Porter of Paris Ten nessee who has been visiting the family of her cousin Sir W J Lewis near Woodlake left for home Thurs Â¬ RELIGIOUS this connection we may mention the fact that a move was on foot to turn the large warehouse of Messrs Mason Foard Co near the Kentucky Midland Station into a public warehouse and all the arrangements were made for the purpose but when it was learned the rate of city tax which would have to be paid on the whisky stored there the whole thing fell through and now whisky is ship- Â¬ ped through here every day to the Louisville public warehouse IiOUISVILiLiE TOBACCO SIAR- - KET ft i C i Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dissolution Notice Â¬ -- if i Â¬ J wTJpi 1 ffflwTmmWWi wss mMK arm nn ruuuuui nnniuuvuinsirLStrisinnnrinrin A Liage Stone t IV t i M You can have one if you wish Some prefer a small one Merely a matter of taste Our 100 ring set with diamond is a spark Â¬ ling beauty All eyes view with surprise its Selbert The Leading rTTrrfTTTTTTTTTTTT Â¬ AJ m price value and style Linger not in doubt about it Purchase now its too late when all are sold Our new watches work day and night and dont need watch ing Our clocks make perfect slaves of themselves Buy one It will prove a lifelong friend and is the best kind of a servant Johnnie Meolc Dead Jeweler T T1 n 3 E35e r T TTTVYVWVfTTT EggS tmVIM I Qt Qfroof 0M W rloir Wll UUl WIUII I08T IN QUANTITY - a jutSiiiirisisvirijnsiJUinjiinnnnnivvinisiiiniiruv officers were elected for the ensu ing year Grand Master W H Ross of Madisonville Deputy Grand Master W H Mansfield Paducah Grand Secretary J J C McKin ley Louisville Grand Treasurer J H Thompson Frankfort Grand Chaplain P H Kennedy Henderson Grand Warden Jerry Riley Frankfort Grand Guardian Midway A W Breckinridge Grand Marshal A J Brown K Henderson Directors T Robb Williamsburg Chas L Taylor Louisville R H Holly Mt Sterling The Grand Lodge will meet at Â¬ Â¬ txiJxrinriririxiiTnjxiTnjTJTJinxD Caused by a Match Cut Flowers When you want cut flowers of any kind you want them cut fresh to preserve their beauty and fra grance Therefore Powers green house is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by anyone in either cut flowers or plants A full supply of plants will be kept at the store from now on and sold at prices that cant be beat 35 tf Â¬ BEST IN QIMLI OS S i Mr John B Meek the well lenown machinist and engineer died yesterdayabout 1230 oclock at his home on Taylor Avenue after a two weeks illness with uremic poison aged forty eight years The deceased was a son of the late Jonathan F Meek and a grandson of the late John Balt zel for whom he was named He was born and spent a portion of his boyhood here but when still a lad went to Louisville to live and there learned he busi- Â¬ ness of a machinist being engaged for a long time in the manufacture of electrical instruments Some seventeen years ago he determined to locate in someone of the growing cities of the west and came to this city to take leave of his grandparents when they pursuaded him to remain with them the balance of their days He then settling down here and in connection with Mr Richard Ferguson established the Capitdl City Machine Works which proved a losing investment and after a few years was sold out Since that time has been working at his trade and for the pist two years has had charge of the electric ligrit plant at the penitentiary He was a quiet but jolly whole souled gentleman a true friend and popular with all who knew Having known him as boy him we can schoolmate and man truthfully say we never knew Johnnie Meek to be guilty of a Almean or ungentlemanly act ways the same honest clever fel- Â¬ low he goes to his grave with few He enemies and many friends leaves a widow but no children The funeral will take place this afternoon at 4 oclock from his late residence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A customer went into the store Son of Messrs R K McClure on St Clair street a few days ago made a purchase of a pair of shoes and then lit a cigar preparatory to going out carelessly tossing the match from him It fell into a lot of loose paper behind one of the counters which immediately took fire and blazed up five or six feet Mr S C Bull who had high just waited upon the party was standing near and succeded in ex- Â¬ tinguishing the flames but in doing so burned his left hand quite severely m WiiEIES OREIM VElilBFUCE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BG7TLE JlKIklNK lUCIUKDSGV J i EVERY GUARANTEED1 - SOU BV AXX DUXJGOISTSVrmard br CO bt Lons A Great Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evenincr except Sun day is offered with the Roundabout at S3 per year The price of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this Â¬ Mayl2 ly Â¬ TABLERSHf mm BUCKEYE bV n rKieSSZESCS Mmn Cynthiana next year Deaths Mr Humphrey R Evans Evans died Tuesday evening at 730 oclock at the residence of his mother on Lewis street aged 27 years The deceased had been a great sufferer during most of his life first with hip disease and then with con- Â¬ sumption but made a brave fight and as longas his health would per- Â¬ mit stood manfully up to the duty of caring for his mother and sisters for he was a good son and affectionate brother Being an expert accountant he had held for a number of years the respon- Â¬ sible position of book keeper for the large milling firm of L H Co of Indianapolis Blanton Indiana but last fail was compelled to give it up and go to North Carolina for the benefit of his health Receiving some bene- Â¬ fit from his sojourn in the moun- Â¬ tains he again returned to work in Indianapolis but his constitution would not stand the strain and he was compelled to come to this city where he remained until his death He was an exceedingly lovable young man and his death is regretted by young and old His passing away has left alike an aching void in the heart of a widowed mother whose cup of sorrow was already full having in the last few years stood by the open graves of her husband two sons and a daughter already grown to man and womanhood and now that the pride and stay of her declining years is also taken her grief is almost too greatto Â¬ the best offer of the kind ever made CURES NOTHING BUT HIES Subscribers to the Roundabout W Epes has taken into Dr F who are not takiug The Post now partnership with him Dr D S A SURE and CERTAIN CURE avail themselves of this op- Â¬ known for 15 years as l Jig Henry of South Carolina a grad- Â¬ can portunity by addressing this office BEST REMEDY for PILES ate of the Baltimore Dental Col- Â¬ or writing to B G Boyle 526 SOIiB BT AM DRTTGQISTS Prepaid fcyBISHASSSOH MED CO ST LOUIS lege and the office of the firm has Third street Louisville VVVM been removed from St Clair street May 12 1 y THE BIG FOUR ROUTE to the room on Main street over SEEK THE- Weitzel Read Has the Best Terminal Facili- Â¬ ODonnells ties at Chicago CQDL - RESDRTS - DF their card in another column All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of Eev Mr Jall Dead the Lake Front through the most MICHIGAN picturesque portion of the city and Rev James Fall one of the land passengers in the magnificent ELECfANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING New Central Station on Twelfth street CARS run dally between oldest ministers of the Christian and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ denomination died at his home in venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ Einninnaii and Victoria and Loland Hotels and with Madisonville last week The de- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Lines the ceased was a son of the late Rev Wabash Street Cable RailwayandConSouth Side Elevated Phillip S Fall and a brother of venient stops are also made at Hyde Mrs E H Taylor of this city Park Thirty Ninth streec and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Ami Ramblers 100 Crescents 40 Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars Railway to 70 all fitted with Rambler Private Compartment Bullet Sleep The direct route to ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No tires The best transfer across Cincinnati to make Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse City Elk Rapids Charlevoix E J Roberts Agent connections Petoskey and Bay View Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges This Is the only line by which rasengers to the Traverse Region are lauded at E O McOonincK Pass Traffic Mgr Traverse City D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS A New Dentist -- J n d Â¬ Big Pour Route Â¬ CWM a it iV- For Rent A cottage of three rooms hail kitchen and cellar located on South Shelbv street Apply at this office or to J B Polk 38 tf For full Information ns to time of trains etc write any reuresentatUe Bl Fair Route E O McCokmick Pass Tranlc Mgr Genl Pass D B MAItTIN Tkt Colored Odd Fellows I ANNOI NCEMENT For Representative BEST Condensed News Stories 51 I v it Id vy SfiPA i The District Grand Lodge of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows met at the Court House In this city on Tuesday and continued in session until Thursday evening At the meeting Tuesday- morning the delegates a fine looking intelligent body of men were welcomed by an address from Mayor Julian to which Grand Master Ross responded and the other proceedings were private A grand march and banquet was given the delegates at Halys Hall Wednesday evening by Capital City and Industrial Legion Lodges of this city at which three hundred persons were present toasts were drank and re- Â¬ sponded to and the proceedings up yesterday with a wound street paradeand picnic at Thorn Hill Park The following grand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OKTE Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant aud refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver aud Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and favors and cures hahitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its bear effects prepared only from the most The funeral took place Wednes- Â¬ healthy ana agreeable substances its day afternoon from the family many excellent qualities commend it to all have made it the most residence and the remains were popularand remedy known laid to rest in the cemetery Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 61 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who Births may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who In this city on wishes to try it Do not accept any Williams Supday July 7 1895 to Mr substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Wiley Williams and wife a son Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS ol the DoiDcratlc J LEWIS as n candidate for Iteuressntatlve of Franklin county In the Legislature suoject to the action We are authorized tonnuounce W August 3d 1895 We nre authorized to announce JAMcS A VIOLETT us u candidate for Representative of Franklin county In the next Legislature sul lect to the action of the Democratic party Primary election Auguxt 6 1893 LAWYERS party Primary election W BLACKBURN Jr Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Ave June 15 Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE Guutou BMg ly Washington D C WM CROMWELL Weekly A ten Courier Journal Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In the Also Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ and HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor rage eight column Democratic Newspaper m PRICE 100 A YEAR chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and thcnegotlatlon of loans FOR SALE T DESIRE TO SELL MY RESIDENCE ON THE Shelby streets South Frankfort One of the most convenient and Ue slrablo family residences In the city I also of Â¬ fer my furniture nt private sale For terms The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the paper and 1remluin Supplement sent free to any address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY J corner of Third and Louisville Ky The seventh child and first boy SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIlle KY NEW YORK NY apply to the undersign 43 lm SAHL RSMITH cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ rQ ma K I r- - vrfry V tatinvjtaaltKjtJBw FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered ntthepost onice at FrnnkfortKontucky ns socond clnss nmUnblo mntter Resolutions of Ilcspect The following are the proceed- Â¬ ings of Frankfort Association Sta- Â¬ tionary Engineers at a called meeting held on Saturday evening July 6th A meeting was called July 6th of the Stationary Engineers As- Â¬ sociation of Frankfort Kentucky to take action in relation to the death of A J Potts a member A committee of the Association was appointed consisting of Mar- Â¬ cus A Jones Hugh Rensford and Charles Fosser to draft proper res- Â¬ olutions The following resolutions were reported and unanimously adopt ed Whereas It ha pleased an Al Â¬ mighty and Wise Piovidence to re- Â¬ move from our mirist our loved and honored brother A J Potts Resolved That we have lost a faithful member of our good and order Resolved That in his untimely taking off we deeply appreciate the loss sustained by our lodge Resolved That not only will his death remove a friend and co worker from our midst but the Stationary Engineers Associati n will keenly feel the vacancy creat- Â¬ ed in our midst most difficult to fill Resolved That we tender our heartfelt sympathy and words of comfort to his stricken family in their sad bereavement and bow our head in humble submission to him who doeth all things well Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our min- Â¬ utes published in the city papers and one furnished the afflicted fami- iy M A Jones Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE 3SEW P P V LIMITED Commencing Sunday May 13th 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 id 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 lattt and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa Â¬ Built by the Pullman tion Car 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 ha scenery inter 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 trans- Â¬ act business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is only train for Jersey City Coast the resorts which arc 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 with the Colonial Washington Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m m Providence 715 p m and Boston The F F V is the 830 p m oniy 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 At Norfolk connection is p m with the Old Dominion made reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day the F THE GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JULY 13 ROUNDABOUT 1895 Tho Editor Sits in His Easy Chair Mr George T Blackley of the on Kentucky Chair Company Wednesday afternoon invited the Roundabout to be seated and very kindly sent nvith the compli- Â¬ ments of his company a handsome antique oak revolving office chair along for us to sit upon one of the substantial roomy kind in which a fellow never gets tired lolling and in which when weary with scribbling he can lean back and take a good rest We expect to extract a great deal of solid comfort out of it and shall ever re- Â¬ member Mr Blackley and the other members of the Kentucky Chair Company gratefully for The their handsome present company makes none but the best chairs and this is a daisy Â¬ THE PEOPLESrmrmm0 PAPER mm Â¬ Everybody takes it Everybody reads h j it 3SS Â¬ uMption Only 1 Per Year 111 sk afir fe THE PURPOSE OF EDUCA TION Sonic Obstacles Met in Accom Â¬ plishing That Purpose GEO ROBBINS dud ill PARTMENT Executes on short notice and in the latest style The highest aim in education is the development of such character as will make the individual the Good image of his Creator fc tf character is the stage of moral control and is reached only after passing over and beyond a stage The obser- Â¬ of physical control vance of the command you shall precedes the recognition of the You I ought obligation shall implies the restraint of external authority I ought testifies to the exercise of internal Appty those two authority principles in the school and it be- Â¬ comes a living organism whose function is to develop the I ought When this spirit is high Â¬ spirit ly developed external authority is transformed into inner freedom Man is the only terrestrial being which enjoys rational freedom This is his highest possible earthly enjoyment Any stage of enjoy ment lower than rational freedom circumscribes and keeps man within narrow bounds makes him a subject rather than a master Rational freedom is the perfection of manhood In the economy of God all things are made subservient to the of cultivation mans highest This nature manifests nature itself in action founded on choice and choice founded on desire Desire is virtually the expression Therefore every of character teacher should realize that the content and the intent of all school studies from those of the kinder- Â¬ garten throughout the university and the studies of later life also are designed to stimulate the student to rational desire the basis of rational freedom and to de- Â¬ velop this desire in its fullest realization the proper exercise of his moral and religious nature But it is as morally impossible for a teacher occupying a low plane of development to inspire a pupil to the attainment of ration- Â¬ al freedom as it is physically im Â¬ possible for htm to overturn a The chief obstacle to mountain the attainment of this high ideal is stunted mentality caused by that abominable contagion the leprosy of incompetency so prevalent in Oh the lower grades especially that some high authority would command these lepers to bathe seventy times seven times in the Jordan of broad culture for their cleansing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hugh Rensford Charley Fosser The Queen Orescent Route to Chinkamauga Veterans and their friends will all want to attend the great National Park dedication at Chica mauga this fall It wiU be a nota- Â¬ Â¬ ble event Do you want to know how to make the trip and what youll see when you reach the journeys end Write to W C Rinearson G P Crescent A of the Queeu Route Cincinnati Illustrated and descriptive matter upon applica- Â¬ tion Crescent Route The Oueen is the best line to Chattanooga New Midland Time Table and has the reputation of unequal- ed service of handsome trains of Midland Effective June 3d palace day coaches and through No 8 clnannrc f nrr Mbiip Orlomc M Ir t TaillS arrive 3S follOWS S IS a m Iso 2 1130 a m idian Shreveport Vicksburg and Chattanooga isn- 4 7 35 P m- Birmingham to No Kist bound trains depart Quick schedul s and interesting a1 p m- - No 7 1 m No 3 scenery en riite help to make the Oneen Rr Crt irpnt nnrl Sntithprn 4 P rn No 1 makes connection tor route par excellence Cincinnati Lexington Richmond C to the Atlanta Exposi iand points south Q tion No 7 makes connection tor It will be one of the greatest Cincinnati fairs ever known to America No 3 makes connection for Rich Â¬ Many features of the Chicago Cincinnati Winchester Blank Boobs of il kinds gotten up in the highest style of Worlds Fair and many additional mond Maysville Lexington and poi ts south and new ones the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates --lob C D Hercaw Exposition open September G P A 18th to December 31st 1895 Work of all kinds solicited Do you want to go The Capital Steam Laundry ex-Â¬ Write to W C Rinearson G Will P A Cincinnati O for printed ecutes all orders promptly work at your call for and deliver matter Telephone No 17 door 0t x W v AH work promptly executed and I satisfaction guaranteed - i - BINDERY H- - 4j jM Wi i I BIG FOUR ROUTE 24 tf If you dont want ood work Best Line to the North and East dont trv the Capital Steam All lines from the South make 24 tf in Central Laundry connections direct Union Station lis GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Clair a Sl mm urtSHN fflfc 3 i Cincinnati Big with through trains of the to Chicago St Louis Four Â¬ Street Up Stairs Frankfort ft f - Indianapo Columbus Cleveland New For full infor Â¬ York and Boston mation call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O WEAK WOMEN and all mothers who are nursing babies derive great benefit from This preparaIt serves two purposes tion gives vital strength to mothers and also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thrive Scotts Emulsion Â¬ k F i Oakley Races Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at 375 C D Bercaw G P A Scotts mulsion Â¬ is a constructive food that pro making of healthy motes the Â¬ tissue and bone It is a wonderful remedy for Emaciation General FOUR CENTS a week Think of it By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville 1 am enabledÂ¬ to make an unprecedented offer to the news paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the JGcss than W PER YEAR aslfe li k ite THES0FA W fi HS June 26th to August 6th the Â¬ Karls Clover Root Tea cure for headache and nervous diseases Nothing relieves so quickly For sale by John W Co Williams R 39 sure- Is a Stnder Psmhltt cm Scoffs Emulsion Fru IcottAiewneNY All Debility Throat and Lung Complaints Coughs Colds Anaemia Scrofula and Wasting Diseases of Children Druojliti LOUISVILLE EVENING POST by mail nnar ago prepaid to any address in Kentucky onoyear for n The Post is an 8 column 8 pagp dally established in 1870 the lead Â¬ ing afternoon journal of Kentucky prints the full report of the Assoolated Press full market reports Washington and telegraph nnws from all Frankfort correspondence specialsociety racing choice mis Â¬ parts of Kentucky sporting news cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and tho type large and easily read Agents wanted write for terms NOTICEAU persons who wish to take advantage of this offer must make cheeks and money orders payable to B O BOYLE Room E 56 Third St Louisville Ky fo 0cml1 74F 4fe sk --- ajp -- sA sk W v t- niaiiii miajtrajiMtifrw GSI treKXttftgcgffmn C3 iza cat cauaiHacwsaEiiuje u kaauuaaijacacacuuauacauaacauauawavauauaisauacauacauaBauaiaaisaDaizacia ua ca ca a We Are still Holding We have supplied our customers during the past two weeks with shoes and hats Br 1 r ill II 1 1 fiO DissoBufion Call and see our c3 BJ1 EJ1 sa ca C3 B3 ca ca ca ca ca cci EE1 cu ca 13 for yourself and family Ba CI KO large assortment 3 ni el ia Ea eh eu E3 EH i cheaper than thoy were ever sold in Frank- fort Our prices were the talk of the town Our customers appreciated it and patron ized us liberally The warm weather is now hero and you will need summer hats and summer shoes TOUNG MEN Remember we are the sole agents for the Rockland Go line of celebrated shoes We carrry them in all stylo toes in congress and bals Try a pair iwMWUllMMtril isa en oa en gg ca EEI bo ca g Ba ca Ba E3 BuaEaBaaBBacaBatiaEaEaBBEaaEaEaBaEaEaKaEaauaEati2EaEaE2BacuE2tia FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 18 riisrrirCTrrii7irinCTr5r5nnnnriiarJ3rnisnnanriR JKBLIsJCmLJl Typewriter For Sale A second hand typewriter nearÂ¬ 3k IMC H BBMMBBMMSMDfaBanaMKIWWBPBOl taa RKraEiaEnfiaEnEiaRSEJirsnrnrinrTinTirircrnn eu EaEaDaBaEaEaEaujaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaHaEaEaEaBaEaBaEaEaEaEaBaEaBaEaBa wrfjt WVry9rHfLW-VLJml-VtW1Jc- 1895 Will Fix the Pipe The Frankfort Water Company on Monday received an air pump and diving armor and will in a short time set a diver to work repairing the fourteen inch water mairvlying on the bottom of the river so that the water can be supplied to the north side through it and shut off from the bridge pipe Â¬ Â¬ ly good as new is offered for sale The machine can at a bargain be seen at this office 10 JLUJUSll -- 5 i Thjex Monroe Patent STOKEWHBE nnU ca bb ca Ba ca Ba ca sa ca For Rent My new dwelling house on Shelby streets containing seven rooms furnished or unfurnished as desired This house has all the modern conveniences and is in the most desirable part of the city SEE THE BEDROOM SUITS IiINED J2TJD L A m For terms apply to Wm - o Cromwell Â¬ Wa offer at ten dol- l xcirs auu uiiiy uouis j I They are beauties j Solid Oak Large j J Bevel Mirror nice 4 THE ALASKA CHARCOAL i s Will Run for tlio Legislature 42 tf Pr - i K Mr William H Grider who ligion and Education was United States storekeeper and One and a third fare to Toronto stationed in this city under the Canada and return Julv 15 16 via but Republican administrations the Midland of Russellville will now a resident The Ills of Women make the race for the Legislature in Constipation causes more than Logan county on the Republican half the ills of women Karls ticket Clover Root Tea is a pleasant cure for constipation For sale by Duckers Co John W R Williams 39 Corn and tobacco both look well Pan American Congress of Re R Rogers Son Opposite Courthouse a FILLED 10 Jj SOUTH A BEFBH Ti UiiU iruuimuuwi O Leetner eno MiK 620 643 6S9 735 812 810 845 940 M Fo Sale By Young Peoplos Union N TIME TABLE M A li Wheat is not yielding as well as July 16th and 17th the Midland was at first expected will sell tickets to Baltimore Md The heavy rains of last week and return at one fare gave the weeds quite a send off and farmers are behind with their All Recommend It work Ask your physician your drug Mr W B Jones and Mr L gist and your friends about Shilohs T Arnold with their families were Cure for Consumption They will For sale by John visiting friends in Shelby county recommend it W R Williams Co last week 30 Miss Katie Beckett is on a visit Piles Piles Piles to Shelby county and will remain Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated until August It absorbs the and Itching Piles The Democratic Convention so tumors allays the itching at once Â¬ M P 3t P M No Ul No 23 No I Vo jn Lv Lexington Yiiriuulton Mldvwy Sprlnir Station 8 45 Frankfort BfKdftd Pli asiireville Eminence Anchorage At Louisville JVvtm Valley LuuKitiee 1135 753 1144 715 1219 812 A 1021 317 1032 1044 G41 1115 707 901 917 925 960 550 777 200 Gi 217 282 240 305 388 psr Belting at Cost 78 3D3 4f6 909 520 31 22 401 405 448 8 22 M NORTH No 18 Lv Louisville P 31 P No P Noiv 65 783 8fti 6 No 24 M called nominated a silver candi- Â¬ date and adopt a gold platform A new way to straddle is that Well mark our prediction Hardin may pull through and we hope he will The rest of the officers will be Republicans and well yes and we hope they will Pretty Democrat some of our friends will say but we do not propose to be governed by a party that says everything and does nothing We claim the right to ote for principles rather than men r parties and this can never be true republic until every citizen rctims and exercises that right acts as a poultice gives instant Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by 100 per bos mail for 50c and Liuraiitw Eminence Anchorage lMve Vnllpy Pleusnrevlllo Bagdad Midway Frankfort Spring Station A 745 817 827 850 926 983 949 1020 1045 10E5 1111 200 815 82S 833 900 249 310 338 353 il 532 500 540 f 59 40 76 500 732 509 521 540 4t 626 6i8 Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at 60 Riding Bridles 1arnallton Lexington 1130 WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve- Â¬ Baird land O Sold by Holmes Back Bands Traces 150 Wagon Whips No 21 will stop at Anchorago nnd Halters Buggy Bridles 200 Buggy Whips Ohrietiausburg for passengers for Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws m 125 Lexington and points beyond 12 Horse Covers Nob 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrnngt 7000 bolts Wall Paper High Bridge Camp Meeting for Cincinnati N03 19 and 21 connect 30 Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters Anchorage for Bloomtield Branch 12 Pumps Central Holiness Camp Meet-Â¬ at 50 Work Bridles meets July ing Wilmore Ky Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand and Mower 29th to August 9th 1895 One and one third fare for the Crescent round trip via Queen every day of meeting from all 740 very low figures 754 810 25 sets Buggy Harness Warn BIG F0I T ROUTE points between Cincinnati and Chattanooga inclusive Celery Plants for Sale Ask ticket agents for particulars I have a choice lot of celery or address W C Rinearson G P A Hender plants White Plume Cincinnati O ons Half Dwarf Giant Pascal New Rose and Boston Market 3JOW Rates to Ladies which I will sell cheap Plants all well grown and hardy under the Monday July 15th Henry C Murray Aid auspices of the Ladies Corner Steele and Second streets Society Low rate excursion 45 tf tickets via Queen and Crescent Ask your agent for partculars High Bridge Camp Meeting BEST LINE AND FROM CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Butre Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Steeping Cars and latest improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buflet Sleeping Cars niatilllclently rurnlslied with toilet accessories In each com JACOB SWIGERT CO pai tiueiit ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled xralns with Buffet Parlo Car3 Eleeantt oaches DlnlnsCars and Wagner Bullet Sleeping Curs Insurance JLgents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET RasnmEnt nf the Capital Hntel Mm a vaMBf BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car Una from Cin Â¬ cinnati Etesian WtiKiier Steeping Cars il July 12 29U1 the Midland will fields sell tickets to High Bridge and re- Â¬ turn at one fare plus 25c The only correct map made from During the meeting all passen- Â¬ official papers in the war depart- Â¬ ger trains will stop at High Bridge ment with complete list of battles Sent on receipt of 25 cents in IJuclies Auxiliary Excursion money or postage stamps Address to Cincinnati and return C B Ryan Assistant General 295 ORailway morning of July 15 1895 150 Passenger Agent C Cincinnati O for children via the Midland Map of tlio Virginia Battle Â¬ NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Llbrurr Buitet and Eletant SmoklntfCirs Wagner Steeping Car Couches and Dlnlnu Cars landing passengers in New York City at 42d street Depot Positively NO FERRY TRANSFER Bo Pass Tronic Manager e 0 Mccormick sure our tickets read ialBIQ F0UH CINCINNATI d b martin Genl Paf s Ticket Agft jm9PS LiKIP wBBBHBH BLHXJ11LAWU BSTFor Sale Tho grout remedy for norvoua prostration and nil nervous diseases of tho Kcnorntlvo organs ot either sot such as Nervous Prostration Full- ton Mental Worry oxcesslvo we of Tobacco or Opium which lend tocuur- clvo Hiinmtinn nm inHfinitv With Aovorv MS order wo4Vfe n writtenVx sw Dnla A as v AliTKIl UHlNli ntlioo locuro r roiunti inn CufcMIOAiCOClevelOBdOhlo orSGOO JK MOTTS I3R3D JDrvig Tost KCOIjOivlIES Sc m B m fCTCe MANHOOD PILLS M2BVEKKE DR MOTTS R B lsta mamzfim WMEM hmek2 SWPFPF n tmvim ill fm MB DAIISIES TRIP From Xtmireth to llcrmon Notwithstanding Rev George Darsie has returned home he has supplied the Christian Guide with enough letters for several weeks and as the readers cf the Rounda bout have become very much interested in them we shall continue to reproduce the same from that paper as long as they are conÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ tinued A toilesome ride of six hours brings us to the shores of Galilee Rv V 6 P7 wr V j v by whose blue waters our noonday luncheon is eaten with keen appe- Â¬ tites But it is a ride fraught with interesting things Lofty Hermon nearly sixty miles away is right before us Tabor re appears with Â¬ in an hour after leaving Nazareth for a final view We pass the site of Gath hepher where the prophet Jonah was born We file through the village of Kefr Kenna the ancient Cana of Galilei where Christ turned the water into wine The well where the water came from is shown in the heart of the village and near by you enter an ancient church where tradition Jocates the miracle Since Prof McGarveys visit sixteen years ago they seem to have profited by his sensible suggestion to get a waterpot of sufficient dimensions to correspond with the bible narra- Â¬ tive I may say indeed as a gen- Â¬ further down where the swine of point which marked the northern eral remark that if the exhibition the Gadarenes ran violently boundary of Canaan and gave of sacred relics throughout Pales down a step place into the sea and rise to the still proverbial exprestine would somehow manage not perished in the waters There sion from Dan to Beersheba to contradict the plainest utter- Â¬ was little to be seen at Tell Hum But we have a little further yet to ances of Scripture I for one should and we landed only for a minute go and a little higher yet to ascend The mot have much fuss with them con- Â¬ or two in order to say we had before we rest for the night the antiquity of their stood where ancient Capernaum road curves among clumps of oak cerning Better far is a very new was and then re embarked for and olive treee up to the high relics fills the bill than a the plain of Cinneroth relic that a few tableland where stands the town So that miles west where our camp for of Banias on the location of what very old one that dont Here We was once Caesarea Philippi when I saw in the old church at the night had been pitched Cana a stone jar capable of hold Â¬ all felt that it had been a day of Jesus asked his deciples the great whom do ye say that I ing some eighteen or twenty gal- great privilege question And here the Apostle lons I was enough gratified not to The morrow brought us the am raise the question of age at all hottest and sultriest dny of our Peter made answer in the sublime And when as we were leaving the whole Palestine trip We were sentence which embodies the cenvillage a few minutes later some making our way northward to tral truth of Christianity Thou art one called my attention to the ward the waters of Merom possi the Christ the Son of the living Banias stands at the foot of mouse of Nathaniel I was still in bly the place where Joshua defeat God enough humor to respond ed the Kings Joshua xii o and Hermon In the edge of the town good very likely our path lay along a valley be- - issuing from the base of the moun- The Horns of Hattin or the tween the mountains where not a tain is another tremendous spring mount of Beatitudes where the breath of air could reach us and also one of the Jordans sources Sermon on the mount is said to where the blazing sun shone down Over it there formerly stood a have been spoken follows a little with melting power We lunch temple of Pan whence the towii further on and we say to ourselves ed by a copious spring of clear deprives its name and where in as we go by that we should just water known as Ain Melldhah and the mountain side you can still see as soon that should be the place found our nightly resting place the votive niches and read the Soon from the by the beautiful fountain of Ain Greek inscriptions of the perished as any other brow we get our first Belata in the marshy region lying temple Paneas or Banias as the mountains glimpse of the little pear bhaped to the north of Lake Merom town is usually called is 1150 feet lake on whose waters and around Our route through the Jordan val Â¬ above sea level and bears evidence whose shores our Savior spent so ley lay far to the west of the in several massive towers which much time and gave forth so river which I much regretted as it still stand of its former impor- Â¬ On a lofty point 1350 feet Jarge a portion of his public teach- Â¬ is here the Jordan makes its most tance dis- rapid descent I confess to a grievious I had longed to above it is ihe Crusaders castle ing appointment at its size It did see this historic river at some which was the last fortress to yield not look half as big as I thought point above the sea of Galilee in the unsuccessful effort to wrest it ought to I could hardly bring where for a distance of eight miles the Holy Land from the grasp of myself to believe that this insig- Â¬ it descends at the tremendous rate the Moslem It has been thought nificant body of water could have of eighty five feet to the mile It that this immense castle is the been the center of so much throb was here that the Bedouins of the restoration and enlargement of bing life and so much momentous Ghawarineh tribe who throng this another built by Herod the Great history Bethsaida Chorazin and whole region came into our camp and whose foundations laid in the Capernaum are gone and even and gave some of their native solid rock may possibly have been their sites are in dispute Tibe dances It was a wild weird scene used by the Saviour to enforce his On this rock I rias on the Southwestern coast is beheld as it was by the blazing great utterance an utter- Â¬ the only considerable town on it light of a big bon fire but there will build my church It has a population less than 4000 was to us neither music in their ance spoken within sight of this and though an ancient town and songs nor grace in their move Â¬ great castle But our ascent of Hermon has I have heard many peo- Â¬ mentioned in the New Testament ments John vi23 we were not curious ple in this country try to sing begun and with it the most trying enough to explore it Possibly Bedouins Syrians Mohammedans day in our journey through this The road is everywhere our lack of zeal is partly explained but I have yet to hear a real land by the Arabic tradition that the musical note from one of them rough and in places steep and The wind howls the King of fleas lives here We did Their singing ii a disagreeable difficult go however to the hot springs a nasal drawl pitched in the minor clouds gather the rain falls the At the mile beyond which are quite a key and having the tremolo stop hail drives against us top when we were resort and where we found a large pulled clear out It does not have mountain company of visitors The water a joyous note in it and invariably 5000 feet up we were met by a is sulphurous and even u hre it it gives me the blues Perhaps it large company of the fierce and enters the lake is too hot to hold was the lack of music in their fanatical Druses who came from Be songs that made me think the their stone village near by armed the hand in with comfort Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ -- sides Tiberias there is a small village Bedouins meant to burglarize our about five miles to the north camp that night an unconscious named Mejdel formerly known as application of the old line that such fit for treason Magdala the birthpace of Mary are the people Magdalene Of Gililees once strategems and spoils teeming population these two They say the Jordan has three I shall not dispute it towns ate all that temain And sources for what this lake once was But if at the close of our next yet and for what it once saw of the days ride the question had been Son of God we were glad with left to me I should certainly have We were riding fifty exceeding joy to stand on its said borders and to gather shells and through mud and water all day pebbles to carry back as mementos crossing big and Jittle streams at for absent friends And all day short intervals and yet every time what is this we were long as we lingered about it our we asked one of the sources of hearts welled up with deep enjoy- answered About 10 oclock ment in the strains of such amiliar the Jordan songs as O Galilee Sweet Gdi we cross an old stone bridge which lee and we felt that the hand of survives from the time of the him who once loved so well these Romans and spans what is known beautiful witers had sent us from as the Hasbany one of Jordans on high a gracious blessing An hour later largest sources That afternoon our party in we are reclining under two wide three ail boats doubtless very spreading trees measuring respecsimilar to those of our Saviours tively 19 and 15 feet around the time made its way across to Tell trunk on a little hill called Tell El Hum the supposed site of Caper- Â¬ Kadi at the foot of which there naum and found a heightened gushes out one of the largest pleasure at thus sharing another springs in the world Josephus of his experiences though willing- Â¬ calls the stream which flows from ly foiegoing one of Galilees severe it little Jordan by way of giving and sudden storms Very dis- Â¬ it pre eminence over the other two We are on the tinctly we saw on the eastern principal sources slope where the multitude of five soot where the cttv of Dan thousand sat on the grass about anciently stood though not a sign Here two weeks earlier in the season of the city now remains five barley Jeroboam located one of the two and were fed with loaves and two small fishes and golden calves and this was the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to the teeth with what intent we knew notr The Druses are a Mohammedan sect who played a chief part in the massacre in this region thirty five years ago when something like ten thousand Chris Â¬ tians perished They are notori Â¬ ously courageous and quarrelsome And this particular village we were informed had only the Week previous been off on a murderous raid when they had slain tweniy men With double barrelled shot guns over their shoulders and daggers dangling at their sides they were a dangerous looking set to meet on a lonely mountain top But we soon found that they came for peaceful purposes and were only intent on selling some of their weapons and other trinkets to our party During the brief halt we made our conductor was approach- Â¬ ed by the chief of the village with a formal proposition for a treaty of peace which was duly nego Â¬ tiated signed and then ratified by fie peculiar feature of eating bread The chief sent post together haste to the village and got a thin round loaf of dark coarse bread and then he and our conductor each broke off a small piece which they ate together That act put the finishing touch to the treaty Although the dew of Hermon was too copious for comfort and the chilling blast too penetrating for our heaviest wraps we saw re- Â¬ peated rainbows upon the very summit and rainbows too the wid- Â¬ est and most brilliant I ever looked upon They brightened for us the More- Â¬ otherwise sombre picture we were all day busy in our over thought with memories of our Saviours Transfiguration glory assured as we were that on some spur of the mountain we were crossing that wonderful scene For the Christ was transpired then in this region and no other spot about Palestine so well an- Â¬ an high swers the description What a mar- Â¬ mountain apart vellous night scene of the Bible that must have been Gorgeous as were the rainbows we beheld what must it have been to see our Saviour with a countenance like the sun and with raiment like the And when from the bril snow lhnt overhanging canopy of cloud the thrilling voice declared This is my Son the beloved hear ye Him no wonder the three apos ties who were there present never forgot the impressi mis of that in May we not in- Â¬ tense moment deed regard that scene as being in design a spiritual rainbow for our race the divine promise and fore- Â¬ shadowing of the coming time when the redeemed shall see and share the glory of Him who now sits enthroned above and the brightness of whose celestial pres Â¬ ence found its only manifestation on this earth when Peter James and John were with him in the holy mount -Â¬ ppBpPffFRpKEVEflrR 2 jg iTW KajlPIOIMIHUIKHIIHllUJtlllSMJtUIlta WM YSV ill yfanmSK THE AMERICA TOBACCO COMPAIKSIpCltSSOB mwyoHM kjjl ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 010 RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 m yG L U Co KlMHMWM NEW FAMILY 43 Bbogebt i1 ST OLAIR STREET FORTUNE JORDAN Proprs EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and nice Orders promptly filled and deliver Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and see us FORTUNE JORDAN DR W I KELLEY Up OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne FJSOSNTSS HOTEIi IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday July 20 1895 Saturday August 3 1895 Saturday August 17 1895 HEMORRHOIDS wliature termed piles In any form cured without surery ULCERATION and CATARRHJof the rectum also cured FISTULA and FISSURES cured BEEEHENCES w Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McUlure Frankfort Ky Ky rtr J nuhesFranktort David Mcore Benson Ky M vlthrow Frankfoit Ky las IB KELLEYS office and residence Is at 26B West Eighth streetCJnclnnatl end where he may be found everj day of each week except SATUR- - J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T fatsiten FranUort Ky V BerbiTlcl Frankfoit Kj W McKeo Hnrdle Frankfort Ky nivc- 239 W W I KELLEY M D Eight St Cincinnati O THE IMPROVED m Dec 22 Gm mm mail For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway N depot Aluo needles oil etc opposite L for all sewim machines A share of your patron Â¬ age solicited TO THE CENTER OF Geokge Darsie Â¬ The Keystone of the Arch In the edifice of health Is vigor which means not only muscular energy but un uctlve discharge of the various functions of the body such as digestion secretion of the bile the action of the Nothing bowels the circulation of the blood more actively and thoroughly contributes to the united performance of these functions than the renowned tonic und regulator Hostetters Stomach Bitters The result of Its use is a speedy gain in strength together with the aarree able consciousness that the tenure of life Is being strengthened that one Is laying up a store of vitality against the unavoidable draughts The which old ago mukes upon tne system fortifying Influence of the Bitters constitute It a reliable safegu ird ugalnst malaria rheumatism and kidney trouble Appetite nud sleep improve through Its use and It protects the system from the effects of cold und damp OHiCH -- BY THE- - MONO N ROUTE Chicago Ry Co Louisville New Albany Â¬ landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con- Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for ing from Union Station Elegant trains mprning and even Â¬ Louisville St Paul Omaha Notwithstand the advance all kinds of leather in our prices on and saddles remain the harness Call and examine the same largest stock ever in Frankfort 38 tf Denver San Francisco AND THE w Mastin Bros The U show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others The best work in town is done at the Capital Steam Laundry A good set of harness for 750 Mastin Bros at 38 tf S Govt Reports NORTHWEST Call For Tickets 1 By The LMIozion E FRANK G Ire 1 n BACON H Louisville D T A P REED A Chicago LA j- - i 111 liie is wlistt X stm gcing1 to Ixare people sa374 t - n the WlitoSJJO 1 To Buy Goods I 9 ce in Frankfort ll vq T3i K V I am giving tinware away at present prices To close out my entire stock of china every piece in my large stock will be Granite wave out 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mill s Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices Cl ib raisB iJLJI ST- - l1 CLAIR THE TOURNAMENT Tlio Two Days Shoot Com- pressed Into One The shooting tournament ad vertised to take place at Thorn Hill Park on Wednesday and Thursday was well attended and the sport good but as the matches were shot off so quickly the programmes prepared for both days Follow- Â¬ were finished up in one ing are the results First Event 15 targets Gay 8 Crutcher 10 G T Church 10 Smith 6 R Church 6 Hutchings 13 South 4 Swangi 7 Second Event live birds Gay Crutcher 5 Hutchings 4 Hale 2 2 G T Church I South I Swan go 4- - Ph Â¬ ki Jts- fev -- r r Third Event 15 targets Hutchings 13 Gay 12 G T Church 11 Smith 11 Dubray 7 Hale 11 Crutcher 8 live birds Fourth Event Dubray 3 R Church 2 Gay 4 Smith 3 Hutchings 3 G T Church i South 3 Hale 1 Fifth Event 10 targets G T Gay 8 Church 6 Smith 8 Hutchings 9 Crutcher 6 Male 6 R Church o MaStin 8 Sixth Event live birds Mas tin o Gay 3 Hutchings 5 Smith 1 G T Church o Crutcher o Swango 5 Dubray 6 R Church o 3U SST Seventh Event Mastin 14 15 targets 15 Smith Hutchings 12 G T 10 Crutcher 12 Hale 9 Eighth Event 10 clay pigeons Mastin 10 Hutchings S Gay 9 Crutcher 8 G T Church 10 Smith 7 Mastin and Church divided the purse Ninth Event 10 targets Ely 5 Swango 7 Hale 7 Shinkle 8 R Church 6 Longmoor 1 Hughes 6 Woods 6 South 3 Tenth Event 10 clay pigeons Mastin 8 Gay 9 Smith 6 G T Church 9 Crutcher 4 Gay and Church divided n Gay Church k- l iv IlHannpn Eleventh Event 1 T 10 T targets X to- T nnnmnnf VSgWU J Tnrrlic ubv Swango 3 Shinkle 9 Hale 5 7 Ely 4 R Church 3 Twelfth Event 10 targets Dubray 3 Smith 6 Gay 6 Mas tin 2 G T Church 4 Crutcher Smith and Gay divided 5 The dissolution of the firm of Starks for which Crutcher J D Gay 18 G T Church preparation has been going on for 8 Crutcher 13 South 15 Hutch Â¬ some time has been completed ings 9 Mr D C Crutcher withdrawing Eighteenth Event 10 targets from the Louisville house and We claim Â¬ store to be Crutcher 4 G T Church 9 Gay Messrs J P and I M Starks for bargains 7 Hutchings 6 Smith 6 Dubray withdrawing from the house in 6 Hale 7 Swango 4 The Louisville house this city Nineteenth Event 20 targets will by agreement continue to Gay 18 G T Church 8 Crutcher run under the name of Crutcher 13 Smith 15 Hutchings 9 Starks but the style of the firm Twentieth Event 10 targets in this city will hereafter be D C Crutcher 4 G T Church 9 Gay The work of Co Crutcher 7 Hutchings 6 Smith 6 Dubray j invoicing the Louisville stock was 6 Hale 7 Swango 4 finished on Wednesday and that Twenty first Event 15 clay so Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the in this city finished yesterday birds Smith 9 Gay 11 Hutchings Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the that the new firm of D C Crutcher market and to make prices right 11 G T Church 10 Crutcher 9 Co is now fully launched and Gay and Hutchings divided ready for business live Twenty second Event It is to be regretted that the birds Gay 6 Smith 5 Hutchings We Messrs Stark have thus severed Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good 6 Crutcher 2 G T Church 5 ire prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest business connection with this prices that our store is a place all economical R Church o Dubray 1 South 4 their city as they are enterprising mer- Â¬ buyers should visit Gay and Hutchings again divided chants and while not here in per Twenty third Event 10 targets son they always felt an interest in Mastin 8 Hutchings 10 Smith the welfare of this community and G T Church 8 9 Gay 9 were always ready to contribute Crutcher 7 Hale 4 R Church 4 every enterprise having for its Twenty fourth Event 5 pairs to end the improvement of the city THE clay birds Mastin 7 Gay 8 andnowthit they will no longer Dubray 5 Crutcher 7 Smith 8 be claimed as Frankfort men our G T Church 6 Hutchings 7 citizens wish them abundant sue Gay and Smith divided in the Falls City Twenty fifth Event 10 targets cess As for Mr D C Crutcher who1 Mastin 9 Crutcher 7 Smith 7 is the onliest man in hi line Gay 9 G T Church 5 Dubray 6 reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed well he is simply a fixture here through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ Mastin and Gay Hutchings 8 for all time to come ard hs nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon divided lines of and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs fi Twenty sixth Event 10 clay ordered one of the largest Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe high grade goods for the fall and and birds Gay 9 Hutchings 10 brought to this San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California flP ir Crutcher 0 Mastin 8 Smith 6 winter trade ever city and proposes to make busi via iNew urieans or via onrevepon Church 8 Dubray 5 Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Twenty seventh Event 10 tar- Â¬ ness hum before the snow fies with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor a leader he gets Mastin 8 Gay 8 G T Having always been Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa- Â¬ will climb still further up in the tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Church 9 Smith 9 Crutcher 8 front rank of enterprising business Chattanooga Church and Smith divided v Chas W Zoll Twenty eighth Event 7 tar Â¬ men and be prepared to supply Div Pasar Agt Cincinnati 0 W 00PBlnearaon A Cincinnati 0 best of gets Dubray 4 Gay 5 Crutcher the public with the veiy everything in his line 4 Smith 2 G T Church 2 JOHN ECHOLS In the reorganization of the Jwkcmvehs ST JOHN BOYLK Twenty ninth Event live birds G house Mr John W Cannon who Dubray i Hutchins 2 Crutcher W R R has for years been the book 1TZE2IE3- 5 Gay 4 Thirtieth Event 10 clay birds keeper retires and is succeeded by THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE No other 6 Crutcher 7 G T Mr J W Pruett jr Mastin changes have yet been announced Church 9 Hutchings 10 THe Thirty first Event 10 clay birds Mr Cannon has not yet determined ONLY ONE NIGHTS KIUU Crutcher 8 G T Church 7 what he will do but it is likely will make his home in another Mastin 4 MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS Thirty second Event 7 clay city where he will carry with him 334 birds Church 7 Crutcher 7 the best wishes of a host of FRANKFORT K IS THE MCST PERFECT SERVICE Shot off and Crutcher won break- Â¬ friends Smith 1 Gay 4 G T Church 6 R Church 1 5 Firm Dissolved Seventeenth Event 20 targets E3 x STREETIf So Why Not So - And if Not Why our ters the Great Headquar in Boots Shoes i Hts if Books e ixtot Hi Tv V HILMcCLUEESOE ROUTE I Queen Crescerit 3 t 41 Â¬ j j k H MATTERS I C 0 S PMiiJiHtr Em kB H k munis Liiteil M --V IV W- - ing five to Churchs four Thirteenth Event 10 targets Ely 6 Hale 6 Swango 5 R At tlie Park To day Church Ely and Hale divided 3 Matvlmonlnl MEMPHIS fi Fourteenth Event live birds Gay o G T Church o Dubray South 1 Crutcher 2 Hutchings 1 1 Shinkle 1 Swango 7 R Church live birds 2 6 Fifteenth Event Dubray 3 Crutcher o Hutchings Shinkle 2 G T Church 3 M Dubray and Church divide Sixteenth Event live birds South 3 Hutchings 2 Crutcher The Mr Harry White The little folks will have a great marriage of time at the park to day There sides brother of Mayor White Indiana will be a base ball game foot sides of Jeffersonville r races and other sports The price and Miss Adelaide aenroeoer lor of admission to the grounds in- several years principal of the High cluding street car fare will be ten School department of the Public centj if the tickets are bought at School in this city is announced Mr L B Marshalls office but if to take place at the home of the tickets are not purchased those b ide in Louisville Miss Schroeder going out without them will have was visiting friends in this city the to pay to get into the grounds first of the week Whitesides Schkoeder V MK YIOKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS j I Â¬ I OIJTAIN A PATENT For a answer nnrt an honest opinion write to I UNN Jt CO who have had nearly fifty years Â¬ experlenco In tho patont buslnesa Communica A Ilnmlbook or In Â¬ tions strictly confidential formation concerning Fn tents and bow to ob Â¬ thorn sent free Also a catalogue or mechan Â¬ tain ical and eclentltlo books sent free Rates Tickets iindull Information tuinlslied b Co recolvo 1atents takon through Munn Ticket Agent of any Railway C it not special notlco In tbo Heluntlllc American and address aro brought wlcloly beforothe public with Â¬ thus out cost to tho inventor This splendid paper W MoBRIDE weekly elegant ly Illustrated has by far tho Issued largest circulation of any scientific work In the Tr vollng IasH Auent year Sninnlt monies sent free world 83 a Louisville Ky jruui diuhiv uuiiuiuK cuuiuu luuiiimy copies iti cents Every number contains beau t in cuiurs nnu ui iiiui piaies plans enabling iniuiogruuus show nuw hullders to tho houses with T B LYNCH latest designs and securo contracts Address MUNN CO NEW YOItH 301 BltOAUWAY General Passenuer Agent Louisville Ky F CAN COPYRIGHTS i6 South and Southwest J SSI cja JKl rflgi ViBl iuKa Quality Corner Perhaps your dear readers have grown very anxious about the absence of Mocking Bird so I have concluded to try my claws in scratching a few lines for your valuable paper Miss Mary Mastin of Woodford county who has been visiting relatives and friends on Benson has returned home Rev H M Polsgrove has taken up his residence at Hatton and the trustees of the Beech Ridge school are congratulating them- Â¬ selves that they have succeeded in retaining him as teacher for the ensuing session When the fishing season was w The Rescue is doing more usi ness now than any other boat on the Kentucky river She is The One What was the matter with the boys Sunday They surely did not stay at home on account of the light shower There was seen a very bright light in the parlor of Mr G h One Webster Sunday evening of the neighbors living by discovered the liht and went to see what was the matter On arriving there it proved to be nothing but the reflection of Miss Lenas smiles when Mr Ovie Scantland made his appearance Two Blonds 100 SOLUTIO -- lis A WL i over croquet was introduced and WMJ Bewsrd 100 W v i w ir t k i i r fortunately C Columbus still finds The readers of an attraction at the old Benson will be pleased the Roundabout to learn that bridge here is at least oae dreaded disease that HciencehM been Mrs H M Polsgrove has been ita stages and that is able to curoin all Catarrh Halls awarded the district school at Mt Catarrh Cure is the only positive care Zion much to the gratification of now known to tne meaioal fraternity Â¬ Catarrh being a constitutional dis the patrons and pupils ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Core is taken Messrs James Whitma John internally acting directly npon the Peyton and Baby Pulliam furnished blood and mucoas surfaces of the some most excellent music at the systom thereby destroying the foun and giving the home of Mr Wm Sudduth on dation of the disease building np the patient strength by Wednesday evening last constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors the doing soits work Last Thursday being have much faith in its curative glorious Fourth of July I spread that they offer One Hundred my pinions and sped my way Bowers for any case that it fails to list of testimonials across the hills and dales and cure Send forOHEENBY CO F J alighted on a bough overlooking Toledo O 8 Sold by druggists 75c a merry picnic where everything 8 seemed as merry as marriage I was not long in being Big Four Route to tlie Y P S bells C E Convention informed that one of the proprie- Â¬ tors was a God fearing member of Boston Mass July 10 14 One I was further in- Â¬ the church fare for the round trip Magnificent formed that there was a quantity Elegant O be joyful on the sleeping car service of the dining cars Tickets good going grounds and therefore considerable hilarity to be noticed Now is not July 5th to 9th good returning this a burnfng shame It seems until July 31 For full particulars call on any to be almost impossible to distin- Â¬ agent Big Four Route or address guish a church member irom a worldling They both walk the E O McCormick P T M D B Martin G P T A same path both imbibe from the same cup yes and by your fruits Catarrh Cured this world is to know you You cannot serve God and mammon Health and sweet breath secured To eat at the Lords table and by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price then drink of the cup of the devi 50 cents Nasal Injector free For Who can forbid the young whn sale by John W R Williams Co 39 such an example is sec to temp m the innocent and thereby degrade Bargains in Farming Imple- Â¬ their own career ments Wonder what has become of Farmers you want to stop and Old Blue Jay A friend suggests look at my twenty that it is probably the moulting Mowing Machines and five dollarÂ¬ twelve dolseason with him When he loses lar Hay Rakes both of which are his plumage hill be a beaut I also have fifceen warranted Mr Le Mitchell and wife are tons of Rock Salt just the thing the proud possessors of a bouncing for stock baby boy C E Collins Mocking Bird The Broadway Hardware Dealer Â¬ Â¬ Inventory finished and we begin now a searching clearance sale of all stock from the old firm A sale that will knock all former prices into a cocked hat CASH is 1 up ireai41 lever we suaii wieiu in jt ine conduct of the new business and we invite every consumer of 1 -- If irl A ill 1 1 H Clothing Shoes and Furnishings -- f to this clearance sale Buy fir your pres i eut as well as future wants Come at while the purchas ing power of a dollar is magnified two and three fold once--immediate- it ly K D G Cruncher the Co Starks at the old stand KS -- Successors to Crutcher STATEMENT Ot the Condition of vS L 8 MARSHALL CO M Deposit Bank of FranRfor At Close of Business JXJNE3 SS 1SS5 CI 11 Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET RESOURCES SfcSOUj Loans and Dkcounts 1838 Overdrafts Secured 41184 National Banks Due from Jiue from SUte Banks and Bankers VJ Real Estate bpeelo Currencr a- Exchanges for Clearings Furniture Protest Law Expense ii Swnllowilcld Things are looking fresh and green since the rain fell Sunday Most of the farmers are through laying by corn and have turned their attention to the tobacco worms Â¬ For Dyspepsia And Liver Complaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shihhs Vitalizer It never fails For s ile by John W R to cure Williams Co 39 814 i oi 218Vo 1i 18 F0BSALE quick will take 42S4018 83 FOR SALE ijL vM 0 J 240 ESTEY ORGAN SSPfaWSfc 60 A T5SfT0RY DOUBLE large grounds on Cross street South FRAME DWELLING For jeent A TWO STOHY FRAME RESIDENCE OF 9 Rooms with st ble and large grounds on Murray streetBoutn Side This Is very desirable LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus 877400 Cfi ft street South Side FOR RENT FRAME UESIDENOE of 7 rooms on Cioss fe Misses Cora and Agnes Webshowed no baking powder ster of this place who have been so pure or so great in leav-Â¬ visiting relatives in Monterey for ening power as the Royal the past three weeks returned home last Friday accompanied by The Irrepressible Saxby their cousins Misses Lulu and Aura Smith Send 10 cents in stamps for a Miss Anna Quarles formerly of handsome copy of the volume this place who now resides in Snap Shots by the irrepressible Madison is visiting her brother Saxby to W C Rinearsod Genl Mr Ambrose Quarles Passr Agent Queen and Crescent Route Cincinnati Ohio Miss Fanny Anderson Dailey Send at once Only a limited has returned home from the capi- Â¬ edition tal city where she has been visit- Â¬ ing relatives for the past month It Saves Lives Every Day The Worlds Fair Tests Expense contingent Limlvlded ProUts Duo Depositors Uupald Dividends 8 t aside to pay tax 8aSJL9 4250 property 152i 2371 GO 61 37 04 500 U0 FOR SALE 284018 K ii ON TODD uron- - A NEW FRAME COTTAGE OF FODR ROOMS on Fowler street South Side Net earnings for six months ending Tune 29 1895 Applied as follows Dividend No 54 Interest and Discount 2822 00 425 01 5330 57 O sfeer vjuth eny STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE Litis Is and Is offered at ajbargaliii cliH desirable Tax Surplus Expense contingent 50000 1589 60 500 00 Blacksmith FOB THR Property S S-A-L- FOB BENT ir Thousands of cases of Consump- Â¬ Agnes Webster left for Thorn Grove Monday morning tion Asthma Coughs Colds and where she will teach a six months Croups are cured every day by Success to you Miss Shilohs Cure For sale by John school w k Williams Lo Agnes 39 Miss Estella Manford was home Low Hates to Cincinnati last week but has returned to Miss Monday July 15th under the aus- Â¬ failed to fill his pices of the Ladies Aid Society appointment Saturday evening Low rate excursion tickets via but was here Sunday morning Queen Crescent Ask your Very few were present on account aerent for particulars -- Services of the bad weather were also held at the schoolhouse Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your liifo Away by Rev Luther Lee startling title of a book about If madam rumor is correct there The truthful only harmless will be several weddings soon It baccobablt the that bruces ouakanterd to uu nlcotmized cure rjrlc will inerves eliminates nleotlno poisons makes weak seems that some of the Ynn niKii imIii HtroiiLtli vlifiir mill mnnlinnrlphysical or not nave to wait until leap year run no by druggists nriunciai risk as a guaran Bold ever where under Is I hat IS right girls for 96 Will be tee to cure or money refundedxew Book free uemeuy uo xorj Bro South WW o 1 Lexington HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF State of Kentucky j SS THE TWOrooms edh Jon Main street South County of hrunkllnj uy uevnoias II H Watson Cashlerof the the Deposit Bnk rraiiKiori iusi erectea located and doing business at No 221 fat Clair street In the city of Frankfort In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report Is In all respects u true statement of the condit- Â¬ ion of the said Bank at the close of business on Uie 29th day of June 1895 to the best ot his know ledge ana uenei unu iuriuer Bays tuai me bus- Iness of Said Bank has been transacted nt the lo- cation named and not elsewhere and that the A VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE rooms on Shelby street South Frankfort above report Is made In coiiuillance with an ofttc- lul notice received from the Secretary of the State ltrjaas the day dejlgnutlngtueJ9tuutyoJune on wuUh the report shall be made H H WATSON Cashier i B FARMER Director B C MILAM Director J BURFORD UKNDRICK Director Sworn and subscribed to before me by H H FARM OF 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH Watson till 1st day of July 1893 in the cltv limits of brunkfort- - A luree part u jlkknun nuwry ruuiic of this land is now under cultivation and the bul- nnce Is good grazing land In this tract there Is ulso a quantity ot tine tobacco land DIVIDEND NOTICE per cent on capital A dividend of three 3 stock of the Depot It Bank of Frankfort Ky WILL BUY YOU A FRAME COT will bo paid to stockholders on and after Fri Â¬ tage of 3 rooms on Second street day July 5th 1835 South Side H H WATSON Cahicr wiUUWU BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE -Of Kllchnrn Innlnrlln i a dence of four rooms with necessary bullalrura ihiiiiUcre8or shop nowoffered at a bargain y 1ltttlls In operation at that pluce and will command a good trude If run by an MUliUUUU FOR RENT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE Malt House property on Mero street This property Is well eaulnned for multlm nr nnnM make a fine warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ lishment FOR SALE 260 ACRE FARM FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is offered for sale This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will raUe fine tobacco us well as othercrops suited for this climate Will sell all on easy payraants 500 Drs EPESHENRY DENTISTS Over Weltzel FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF ucres situated on the Georgetown turn Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This Is very pro Â¬ ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is espeelullv adapted to stock rulslna The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive FOR SALE brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and another necessnry Improvements This land Is in a high state ot cultivation the improvements are in fine condition and In order to make a quick sale will bo offered at u bargain FARM 210 Lo A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRESIs FINELY good cated 8 Frankfort on a upon which there turnpike a Â¬ WE V ODonnells Â¬ Â¬ UU1 incf inna iaw c Chicago auukwi oieninB Are prepared to do all kinds of dental work intrusted to their care Ex amination free or OMce hours from 9 a m until 5 p m June 8 L B MARSHALL Ui JSta ltu CO U IAli ju it r Jt sjw s u 4v i