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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iVi SSI ACi- The VOL XVIII SrK Mmfobt A Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Roundabout TERMS GEO A LEWIS publisher WEEKLY PAP Elk DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoc NO 46 FKANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 20 1895 SUOT GUN ARGUMENT WW Jolin Robinson Shot by Chester Harrod Near Swallowflold This County was brought to this city Monday night of an unfortu- Â¬ nate shooting affair near Swallow- field by a messenger sent for Dr The news mm Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE home in Baking Superintendent of the water works happened to see him in time reached out and pulled him upon the float when he came to the surface Mr John D Griffin Â¬ RJSTEIU The Stablo Ito opencd Mr P H Newman has built a splendid new livery stable upon the site of the old Alley stable on Main street which was de stroyed by fire The new build- Â¬ ing covers more ground than the old being fan shaped spreading out t as it runs back to the river bank and has stalls for over one hundred horses besides floor space on the second floor for the same number of vehicles with box c stalls The stable is handsome roomy and well ventilated for summerand can be made warm and comfortable in winter Neatly fitted up and comfortable waiting rooms for ladies and gentlemen are provided and the stable stocked with a first class lot of vehicles Mr Newman has and horses thrown it open for business and will be glad to have his friends call on him Â¬ summEf Ciea I ance SALE Summer goods must go will not carry them ov Â¬ H W Reynolds to attend the It seems that wounded man a step son of Chester Harrod 33rose McDaniel and Loss Robin Â¬ son who lives on an adjoining farm near the mouth of Elkhorn had a falling out on Saturday and made some threats Robinson against Harrod Monday they met an a field when the trouble was re newed Harrod went to Swallow field and got a shot gun and accompanied by his returned brother Robinson seeing them coming started to get over a fence to go for his own weapon when Harrod leveled his gun intending to shoot him in the body but his brother knocked the gun down and the charge of buckshot took effect in his left leg just above the O H Â¬ d image is He found that the pipe had pulled apart at one of the joints about fifty feet from the south bank of the river and it will be necessary to close the with a heavy iron opening sleeve which will have to be made in Louisvilie and it will be some time before it arrives A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS Runaways Narrow Escnpcs c rA 1 - V M Ki tt ankle Harrod fled the country and a messenger was sent for Dr Reynolds who went out and am putated the wounded limb half way between the knee and ankle Harrod is a young man about twenty years of age and a son of Lewis Harrod who was killed some ten or twelve years ago by the explosion of the boiler of portable engine while Robinson is a married jnan about forty years of age with several children Robinson was reported as resting easy and doinj very well yesterday morning Â¬ Â¬ Near the South Bank Mr Jerry Corbett one of the employes of the Frankfort Water Company put on the diving armor on Monday and went down to the bottom of the river to examine the fourteen inch water main crosses the river from the foot of Steele to the foot of Ann street and ascertain what the Avhich Mrs J P Downeys market wagon was standing in front of Mr W D Parks grocery on Broadway Tuesday morning when a train approached and seeing the horse was becoming frightened Mr Park took hold of the bridle on one side and young Downey on the other but when the train came near the horse reared up threw off young Downey jerked Mr Park off his feet dashed upon the sidewalk knocked Mr Park down and ran over him tearing his pants and bruising his leg and back then darted down the side Â¬ walk the wheel of the wagon striking a piece of shafting lying in front of Jones Bros machine shop and bending it out of line and the wagon striking the stone steps in front of Mr Jas M Hall nans residence was smashed to pieces and the contents scattered over the street The horse here freed himself from the wagon and ran on down Ann street where he was caught Mr Hallnan was sit- Â¬ ting upon his steps with one of his children in his lap and only had time to get back into his door when the wagon struck the Bald Knob neighbor- Â¬ hood and after transacting their business started home When passing a house about two miles from the city on the Bald Knob pike a little dog ran out and frightened their horse causing it to run away Both occupants of the wagon were thrown out Mr Smith escaping with a bruise on the forehead but Mrs Smith alighted upon her head and shoulders and was rendered unconscious for a time Her back and shoulder were severely bruised and a gash cut in her scalp about two inches long which required several stitches to close Dr L M Scott of this city- was sent for and dressed her injuries At last accounts she was doing well - Mr Joe Holton had been feed Â¬ ing a sow with a litter of young pigs at his home near the Forks of Elkhorn Tuesday and when about to leave the lot the sow attacked knocked him down and attempted to cut his face and breast with her tusks but he man- Â¬ aged to escape over the fence without serious injury Miss Jfanie Dehoney who has been visiting Miss Alexander near Pleasureville Henry county was out riding with a young gentleman a few days ago when the horse attached to the buggy Both took fright and ran away of the young people were thrown out but escaped injury though Miss Janie was badly frightened A little son of Mr Jerry Cor- Â¬ bett in attempting to step from a boat onto the float used in making Mr Henry Smith and wife an examination of the water main drove to this city Tuesday morn- - Monday morning slipped and fell ing in a spring wagon from their between the two into the river Â¬ Â¬ 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 pre- Â¬ venting fevers headaches and other forms of sickness For sale in 50 cent and i bottles by all Manufactured leading druggists by the California Fig Syrup Co only Horse Shoeing Steel Toeing Sioo 80 Four Shoes Removes Four 40 Setting all Tires of Iwo- horse wagon 200 All other work in proportion W K Uttekback 46 41 to 100 Crescents S40 all fitted with Rambler 70 tires The best cents 48 COKSET Covers1 ranging in price frdm 1 7 c to 45c great valuej 35 girirt waists 22c 47 Laundried shirt waists go now for 42c 38 LauxlCried Percale shirt waists only 60c If You Want er 800 yards Lawn and Challies now 4c a yd 300 yards of Lawn now only 8c per yard 250 yards of organ die Lawns only 1 Oc per yard 200 yards dark and light Grounds Duck Suitings only 10c per yard 25 Lawn Wrappers sold at 150 now 75 Â¬ M Great Bargains No wis the Time to Get Them HARTSTEIII Ho Ramblers E 214 St Clair St R K next dcorto J Roberts Agent McClurc V ws eWf1 fir fit i Ki J - v k AJ5U To pay bills due and coming due This may sound funny to you but nevertheless it is a fac t V AMUUJNT and to do it thre is but one way for me as S KLASS S KLASS ATJISTT case 10000 to 15000 5KaneaKsaa 29 Stores 29 Stores -- Hr Bed Room Suits S10 and up Parlor Suits S17 and up Sideboards S950 and up Center Tables SI and up Beds SI and up cS53 SCO i M I MUST RAISE THE rmr l r - On account of the late dissolution of our firm VV mVI i daa jm mmkjmr wjou Jf On hand besides the spring purchases made lately S25 OOO TOCK 4G2EL To raise the above amount of money having bought my brother D Klass interest out which left me with a jkJLi -a- r-racr jh I --ml v jsr have concluded to make the greatest - will hammer prices so flat down will buv anvhow The entire stock of Clothincr Drv Goods Shoes Wf and will bo sold regardless of cost and losses Ever made in this city SACELIEMCING SJLXvK that if I MuLSt Q o anc3 - you have no intention of buying at present you o is at vour moruv Hats Furnishing Goods Notions r v You cannot afford to miss such an opportunity and your dollar will do moro 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 advertising scheme or cheap talk If so dont wait come at once while tho stock is not broken up Largest House Furnishers in the And quick too in order to raise tho money They Got To Go Rhodes Burford Furniture Go World m w 1 - 7W S Klass Odd Fellows Building I Muyl ly 223223 IMIA XIfcT ST jf 4 m mWm iJfcH rr i JiulJHrctv wffimm mzgtm k 1 a s 1 y V iraGTw W A RKMrVlKia irTTrr k 1 FIMR SiftPrs1 IIHh n M W v tiOIUffiBSOima HI GM CUe Havent a Phrenologist About the premises but if we had we think he would say that most of our customers are pretty level headed We think they are Any man is level headed who buys where he can buy the cheapest and if that isnt at our store where is it Good clothing only we have no other kind H warn w m m w S- t- i mt n HUDSON HU ffifffiffflffiiffilffi 1 i Vi 0 Pf BT2r ImmS IsrftS SES xyy Mrs Emily Helm and daughter RELIGIOUS Miss Katie of Elizabethtown are Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ Miss Rachel Oromie is visiting visiting the family of Hon Grant friends in Lexington lor D D the pastor will conduct Green Miss Flora B Foote has been visit Â¬ Miss Letha Puryear of Paducah public worship at 11 a m to morrow ing friends in Paris this week who has been visiting Miss Ora No evening service Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Miss Emily Coleman has been visit Liigh on Shelby street left for home a m Monday ing friends in Bagdad this week Major William E Starlintr of Christian Church Rev George Mary Keith Miles has returned Miss Greenville Mississippi is visiting Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 a m a visit to Miss Clay at Paris from Miss Sue Overton returned the first his sister Mrs R P Pepper near as usual At 8 p m the Union service of the week from a visit to Pendleton this city will be held and the sermon will be Col Church Berryman of Macon preached by Rev W 0 Taylor D D Virginia Miss Evelyn Walbeck of Louisville Georgia lubricating salesman for the of the Baptist Church Sunday school meets at 030 is visiting Mrs James A Murray at Standard Oil Co Ib here on a visit to his mother Prayer meeting Wednesday night Glen Willis Misses Mary and Sarah Lewis of at 745 Miss Katie Murphy has returned from a viBit to friends and relatives Glasgow are visiting their grand- Â¬ Catholic Church Rev Father father Judge Jos H Lewis on in Lexington Cassander the new pastor will con- Â¬ Second street Miss Sallie Lewis of Carrollton Mrs Clifford Berryman arrived duct the services at Church of the is visiting the Misses Todd on the from Washington Thursday night and Good Shepherd to morrow the West Side High mass at 730 a m Low mass Dehoiley returned will be the guest of relatives here for 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m Miss Janie Thursday from a visit to friends in several weeks Mrs Grant Green and daughter Henry county Episcopal Church Rev R L Miss Kate and Rose Crittenden will McCready the rector will conduct Mrs J W Yent of Lexington has leave next week for Staten Island to the services to morrow at 11 a m and been visiting Mrs A B Branch near spend a month 430 p m this city this week Prof George Robbins left Monday Mrs Henry 0 Murray and children for Chicago to attend the meeting of First Presbyterian Church left Wednesday for Chicago to visit the National Association of Manual Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will Mrs Harry Mallory Training Teachers occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ Mrs F W Keyes of Ashland is Mrs Jas A Hodges and little ing at 11 oclock No service at visiting her sister Mrs 0 B Chinn daughter Hellenof Louisville spent night on Campbell street Tuesday night in this city on the way Young Peoples Society of Christian Mr Martin D Hardin of Danville to Stamping Ground p m in the spent several days with friends here Miss Mary Enlow of Woodlakewho Endeavor meets at 715 lecture room the first of the week has been visiting the family of Rev Ex Gov J Proctor Knott of Dan W H Hampton at IrontonOhio re- Â¬ Methodist Church No services ville was in the city the first of the turned home Tuesday to morrow The pastor is absent on week visiting friends Col John D Hinde of St Louis his wedding tour Master Dudley Gray returned Mo is visiting Mr Thos W Hinde Sunday school meets at 930 a m Thursday from a months visit to and wife at Millbrook Stock Farm Epworth League convenes at 645 p relatives in Louisville m in the ladies parlor near the Forks of Elkhoriii Miss May Crumbaugh of Shelby Mrs Mildred Brown who has been county is visiting Miss Emma Wil Â¬ visiting her daughter Mrs W S Southern Presbyterian Church liams on Murray street Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will oc- Â¬ Saffell in this city returned to her cupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 a m Mrs O R Crutcher and children home in Louisville Monday No service at night Wednesday from a sojourn returned Mrs George H Watson and daugh Â¬ Baden Springs at West ter Miss Nellie Orbison left Monday Leestown Chapel Rev J Mc- Â¬ Miss Katie Hukill of Lexington is for a sojourn of several weeks in the Clusky Blayney D D of the First the guest of her cousin Miss Pearl mountains of North Carolina Church will preach at Miller on Murray street Mr E W Hines lefc Thursday Presbyterian 730 oclock to morrow evening All Misses Bessie and Marie Lindsey of morning for a trip to Niagara Falls Louisville are visiting Miss Katie Quebeck and Thousand Islands Cana Â¬ are invited to attend Lindsey on Second street da He will be absent several weeks The union meeting to morrow Mrs W P Hudson and little G S Berryman with tho Standard night will be held at the Ohriotian daughter and Mrs Lounsbury left Oil Co of Louisville came up to at Church and Rev W O Taylor Tuesday for Estill Springs tend the K A E 0 entertainment D D of the Baptist Church will Mr JohnM Scott left Sunday for last night and will remain several preach the sermon Five churches Princeton New Jersey to appear as dayd are represented in this service the a witness in a murder trial Mrs Huston Wood of Woodlake Baptist Christian Methodist First Mrs R D Rash and little daughter and Miss Cordelia Lindsey of this Presbyterian and Southern Presby Â¬ of St Louis Mo are visiting rela- Â¬ city left Wednesday for Ashevillo terian tives and friends in this city North Carolina to visit Mrs Cook DrW E Baxters office is over Mr George D Todd of Louisville Means Careful Barretts News Depot spent Sunday in this city with his Miss Maggie Page who has been and skillful dentistry at moderate brother-in-laS B Holmes Mr studying the advanced methods of Teeth extracted without Miss Lena Bennett of Louisville is the Kindergarten work in Chicago prices pain 44 tf visiting the family of Hon E H for several weeks returned home CASS ELL mmwmmmwmwBm PERSONAL Grand Excursion HAVING CLAIMS ALL PERSONS Graves Brothers ofAGAINST Swallow tlrm or lleld are requested lo present the same to me properly proen ns required by law and all persons Indebted to said Arm are requested to call on the undersigned and settle at once B B GRAVES July 20 21 Swallowtteld Ky am 2 To Niagara Falls LAKE CHAUTAUQUA TORONTO and THOUSAND ISLANDS VIA Â¬ big four route to The KNIGHT TEMPLAR BIG FOUR ROUTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1st CONCLAVE AU0- 25 31 - BOSTON MASS ONE FARE FOR At the Usual FROM EXCEEDINGLY POPULAR BATES THE ROUND TRIP Magniflcicnt Sleeping1 Oar Service r - and THOUSAND ISLANDS on- Â¬ tension until September 30th For full particulars call on agent ly 5500 more than rates to Nia- Â¬ gara Falls Big Four Route or address E O McCormick D B Martin Our patrons know the excellent Pass Traffic Mgr G P T A quality of these persoaally conduct- Â¬ ed special tain excursion via the N TIME TABLE ii BIG FOUR the natural route to the Falls via Buffalo Elegent A M A M P M P M Wagner Sleeging Car accomodaSOUTH No 17 No19 No 21 No 28 tions will be provided for all Sol- Â¬ id Trains of Parlor Cars and Coach- Â¬ Lv Lexington 845 200 620 9 01 Yitrnnllton 217 648 es run through without change Midway 917 282 659 Â¬ DAYTON 4 50450 SPRINGPIELDS400 350 El gant Dining Cars COLUMBUS 400 350 350 Tickets good going Aug 19 to DELEWARE 400 GAEION 400 350 25th good returning until SepTORONTO only Si 00 more tember 10th with privilege of exÂ¬ Â¬ Niagara Lake Chautauqua and Keturn and Return CINCINNATI 450 500 - Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Spring Station Frankfort Bigdad Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange 1219 812 A M 1023 1038 1044 1115 1136 1144 925 950 550 617 634 641 733 745 7 07 240 305 338 353 401 426 448 520 4f6 P M 812 815 822 845 901 940 P M 76 735 For particelars write to nearest agent BIG FOUR ROUTE 9 09 E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr NORTH Lv Lonlsvlllo P M D B Martin G P T A No 18 No 2t No 22 No 24 5 00 Anchorage Pt nee Valley lVk r Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bdgdad Mldwuy 745 817 827 933 949 92G 85 80 620 654 733 Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarmillton 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 815 828 833 9KJ0 200 237 249 310 338 353 500 509 524 540 4 f 4J0 532 540 Only direct Hoe between 659 620 626 AND FRANKFORT 638 CINCINNATI 7P5 Shortest and quickest between 732 740 754 Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ 810 lisle MayBfille Cynthiana Fal mouth 4SK Kentucky MiaiandRy Â¬ No 24 will stop at Anchorage and Christiauaburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Kos 17 IS and 21 connect at Lagraufjt foe Cincinnati Nob 19 and 21 concc at Anohoraere for Bloomnelii Branch and fcringtcD VU KY MIDLAND lOR TICKETS MSfiUNSYCmSTAWOTIML In effect June 2 1835 OF SCHEDULE TRAINS B Rjf 1W KSEP Condensed News T Ta TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort A I I rH No S IP m I N 1 No7 100 110 120 182 148 1100 i I w r i Km i f Taylor at Thistleton near this city Mrs Lou VanWinkle and daughter Miss Louise of Danville are visiting Miss Pattie Williams on Steele street Mr John T Buckley has been confined to the house for several days with a carbuncle on the back of his neck Mrs John W R Williams MiBses Mary Morris Maggie May Thomas son Anna Belle and Lizzie Hunt Chinn left Thursday morning for a trip to Niagara Falls Mr Percey Mannen of Mobile Alabama and Mr Jas B Pace jr of Liuisville who have been tho guests of Mr Edmund W Taylor at Thistle ton for several weeks left Monday for home Â¬ Tuesday Mr A Babys Life Saved George F Berry wife Mrs My baby had croup and was Cornelia Bush and little Miss Cornelia 1 wiites Gordon left Wednesday morning for cured by Shiiohs Cure a months sojourn at Thousand Mrs J B Martin of Huntsville Islands Canada Ala For sale by John VV R Co Williams 40 Mrs Annie Nugent and daughter Miss Curry of Lexington spent tho paBt week with Mrs Kornan and For Rent daughters in this city Mrs Nugent joined a party of friends yesterday on A cottage of three rooms hall a trip to Mammoth Cave kitchen and cellar located on Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE 700 400 Lv Summit 700 403 LvKlkhorn 711 4 H LvfaMuer 718 4 20 Lv Stamping Ground 728 4 SO 794 4MJ lv imvan Lv Johnson 740 441 Georgetown Lv E 747 447 Ar C S Lepot 765 459 Lv Newtown 808 510 Lv Centrevllle 616 618 Lv Elizabeth 821 622 Ar Paris 0 8b0 5132 685 Ar purls Junctlm A Ml P M TRAINS 213 216 1C8 82il 385 845 400 I P M A I Weekly A Couner JGurnai ton page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTEUSON Is the Editor Miss Nellie Fellmer who has been South Shelby street Apply at this PRICE 100 A YEAR 38 tf confined to bed for the past two office or to J B Polk Tho WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes weeks with fever is doing as well as liberal tonus to agents Sample copies of the she possibly could under the circum- Â¬ puper and Premium Supplement sent free to any you weak address Write to stances and her physician feels very worn and OOWRIER JOURNAL COMPANY hopeful that she will be up in a short If time BROWNS IRON BITTERS all feel out take C D BERCAW Frankfort 400 p m arrive Georgetown 460 p in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest ronto to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Ajjt llbUain Leave FNoT27Tn6V Lv 1arls Junction 540 Lv Purls C 010 Lv Elizabeth 955 G10 ijv CentrevlllH 9 69 C14 Lv Newtown 10 07 C22 0 S Depot 1017 0 42 Iv Lv Georgetown 1040 G45 B Lv Johnson 104S C61 Lv Dnvall 1061 G67 LvbtumphwUround 1068 7 03 Lv Swltor 1108 7 18 Lv Mkhorn 1110 720 Lv Summit 1122 710 A Ar Frankfort 1130 SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtown 10S6a in arrive WESf NolNo8 440 455 518 685 D55 or 1 If MM I 710 728 745 765 H05 G40 0 60 - m Ts m 75 816 Frankfort I Louisvjlle Ky Receiver and Gen Bupt Frankiort Ky GEO 13 HARPER BS3ifeillMMfc4Aifclut LJULt AjL mnia aA mj ri MttUViajl vr PP iZiir Hr rVWi m FU fgjuirinnrinnnnrumrinjinmuuinr CMCG I 5Sffl wfti A Liarae Stone mm a rs mm 928 m W mwd TJiK Some You can have one if you wish prefer a small one Merely a matter of taste Our S100 ring set with diamond is a spark Â¬ ling beauty All eyes view with surprise its r V ffy WIlL KB T- - Hi - vt tW A 15 price value and style mil jr l 5r Linger not in doubt about it Purchase twwwhus xSsiiil now its too J ate 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 WWii V r I TflllJS x t p The Leadini Â¬ J eweler 233 St Clair Cut Flowers N Street BEST IN QUALITY tnnnjtTiruxriruTnnJTnnJiJinririnnnJiJiiuinn uuirumruxrtnruTruxriru TJinruinjxorinnrijxrinjirirLnnjiruijxr Deaths Caldwell Mrs Reubena Caldwell died at her home in Shelbyville Monday night aged The deceased was the 2 years mother of Mrs M C Macklin and a sister of Mas Unetta Chiles of this city a zealous worker in the church and the Womans Christian Tem- Â¬ perance Union and an accomplished teacher a lady well fitted to assist Mr Pollett in his work wherever his lot may be cast Mr Pollett will return with his bride about the first of August Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort MOST IN QUANTITY Kentucky - ITV tj 4 It- 5 -- - - V IT be of interest to many friends of day morning at the home of his the young lady in this city Mr E A Grant in Mead Berrvman The youngHe had been com- er set of society will be suprised Xouisville plaining for several days with what to learn of the aprpoaching marwas thought to be indigestion and riage of one of our handsomest and Wednesday evening said he was most attractive young society girls very warm when his daughter Miss Mayme A Berryman daughter of Mr James S Berryman of Mrs Grant took a fan to his 201 1 Brook street The fortunate room and left him to retire but groom to be is Mr Henry J Mead when she went to call him to who is at present located in New breakfast Thursday morning found York City in the interest of the L N railroad Mr Mead is rthat he had died during the night and known well here and has a host of Beck Miss Vonie The deceased was a half brother friends who will envy him in hav- Brown Jnck of Mr C C Furr of this city ing won so charming a bride Biggers Ash Mary of Justice Miss Berryman although quiet Beard Mrs F 2 and a brother-in-laCapless M John M Harlan of the U S young has been quite a favorite Cloyd Joe L The wed Derikson Mrs Supreme Court his wife who died in Louisville society Heury ding is announced to occur on Donnnrd C several years ago being Miss Sal- September 24 After the cermony Fie Grantville For the young people will in all Gorniek Miss Marin lie Harlan of this city many years he was a resident of probability locate in New York Halette Sam 2 Hager T B Woodford county and had numer- City Hornsbey Grant son-in-law The following from the Louis- Â¬ Hiter Mr David Porter Hiter ville Truth of the 14th inst will was found dead in his bed Thurs- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Persons calling for letters in the following list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery cf 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 fall 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 20 1895 V When you want cut flowers of any kind you want them cut fresh to preserve their beauty and fragrance Therefore Powers greenCREAM house is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by anyone in either cut flowers or FOB SO YEARS plants A full supply of plants will be kept at the store from now on v Has ted all WORM Remedies GUARANTEED1 EVERY and sold at prices that cant be 9 SOU BOTTLE DRUGGISTSBY AXX Pruurtd br beat 35 tf Aan HItllJIKUSIU III4ILIAK IU Bi LULIB II X Â¬ MIES ZVEEil FUCE i - tttm m A Great Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sun day is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The price of The Post alone is 5 per year Â¬ Mayl2 ly Â¬ TABLERSDII BUCK EYE Â¬ w - Â¬ ous friends in and near Versailles lC The remains will arrive here this smorning at 1020 from Louisville It m MB1 S 3 s V v and as he was a member of VerKnights sailles Commandery Templar Frankfort Comm mdery No 4 will by request of that body take charge of and bury the remains in the famijy lot in the cemetery with the honors of the Order A delegation of Versailles Commandery will also be present Kidwell Mrs Sarah Kidwell formerly Mrs William Jones died at her home in the Bloomington neighborhood this county Tues- day morning aged 78 years The deceased was the mother of Mrs W T Gaines of this city Mrs Byron Scantlan of this countyi and Mrs J W Satterwhite of Eminence The funeral took place that they be shown every knightly By order of Wednesday morning from Bethel courtesy V L Clark Baptist Church and the remains were laid to rest in the family Eminent Commander Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Attest burying ground and refreshing to the taste and acts B T Farmer Recorder gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys Matrimonial A Brilliant AiVaii tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Pollett Carlock Rev- - F S The lawn fete given on the lot constipation Syrup of Figs is the JPollett pastor of the Methodist only remedy of its kiiul ever Church in this city and Mrs at the corner of Second and Steele duced pleasing to the taste and pro ac Daisey Hubbard Carlock were streets last night for the benefit of ceptable to the stomach prompt in married at Hudson Illinois on the Essenic Senate in this city was Jts action and truly beneficial m its Thursday Mr Pollett has been quite a delightful affair was largely effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeablo substances its in charge of the church here only attended and the receipts very many excellent qualities commend it The young people to all and have made it tho most since September but in that time satisfactory has shown himself to be an earnest enjoyed the dance until 1 oclock popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c faithful worker in the Lords vine- this morning andSl bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who yard a good preacher and a splen Consumption Can bo Cured may not have it on hand will pro his congregation did pistor and euro it promptly for any one who and the friends he has made during By the use of Shilohs Cure This wishes to try it Do not accept any great Congh Cure is the only his stay here wish him a life of known remedy for that terrible substitute ainalloyed happiness CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO The bride disease For sale by John W R SAN FllANClSCO CAL is a most excellent Christian lady Williams Co LOUtSVIUe KY 40 NEW YORK NY -Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu When calling for these letters Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Rag Minn in two blocks of the State and The Sir Knights of Frankfort please say advertised Wabash Street Cable Line3 and the S B Holmes P Iil Commandery No 4 K T are South Side Elevated Railway Con requested to meet at the Asylum Excursion Rates Over Midland venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth strees and Twenty in the Yeoman Building this morn Second street Siattons Magnificent S780 to Niagara Falls and re Vestibuled Trains AndC ing at 9 oclock in full uniform WM Kail way 12 80 to Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Curs turn 880 to Toronto The direct route to for the purpose of mesting and Alexandria Bay August 1st via Private Compartment Ulilefc Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No Old St Joa Grand Eapids Traverse taking charge of the remains of Midland and Big Four City Elk Rapids Charlevoix transfer across Cincinnati to make Sir Knight D P Hiter of Ver Â¬ connections Potoskey and Bay View Your ticket should read via tho Big This Is the only line by which pafsencers to the sailles Commandery upon the ar- Â¬ Four Route to enjoy these privileges Traverse Uenion are landed ut Traverse My E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr rival of the 1020 train from LouisD B Martin Gonl Pass Tkt Agt WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS ville escorting them to the ceme Big Four Route Cincinnati O For full Information ns to time of trains etc tery and there depositing them in wiite any represent uhe Bl Captain Sweeney U S A Four Koute the grave with the honors of the E O McCoioiick D D Maktin San Diego Cal says Shilohs Templar Masonry Pass Traltlu Mgr Every mem Genl Pass 1kt Agt Catarrli Remedy is the first medi ber of the Commandery who can cine I have ever found that wouki possibly do so is requested to be do me any good Price 50 cents present as a delegation of Sir For sale by John W R Williams Co Knights from Versailles Command- Â¬ 40 ery will attend and it is desired Â¬ Attention Sir Knights Johnson F H Jackson George Jackson Henry Lewis Mrs L MoKeuney W Monday Mrs Eloy MoCuIlogh Mrs F P THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Marsters W H Mntherley Jnmea Polsgrove Mrs Mil Â¬ Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ dred ties at Chicago Perkins Henry All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ Rucker B nois Central traeks along six miles of Smith James the Lake Front through the most Smith W H picturesque portion of the city and Short Martin Samper Mrs Sallio land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street Taylor Willinra and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ White Mrs Nannie and our paper 100 making thih the best offer of the kind ever made Subscribers to the Roundabout who are not takiug The Post now can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ portunity by addressing this office or writing to B G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville OINTMENT A SURE riillJ CURE CO D CURES HQTHIHQ BUT PILES BEST REMEDY for PILES FrnutdtTBICBABISOH USD known for 15 years as the BT AIT DRUGGISTS and CERTAIN SOLD STL0UI3 Any J ly SEEK THE lSQDL - RESORTS WARNER - QF MICHIGAN ELEGANT THROUGH CAItS run daily between SLEEPING Cincinnati and iew Big Pour Houte Â¬ m fodb T eoyn OIJ2 ENJOYS Aarxou XCEMEXT For Representative BEST LINE AND FROM We are authorlzel to announce JAMS A VIOLElT as n candidate for Representative of Franklin county In the next Legislature sub Â¬ Sold Vestibuled Trains with Butte Parlor ject to the action of the Democratic party Cars Elegant Coaches Dlnlns Cars Wagner lrlmutSection August C 1893 Sleeping Cars and latest improved I rivate Com Â¬ partment Bullet Sleeping Cars nanUIclently turnlshed with toilet accessories In each com LAWYERS pai tment CHICAGO Â¬ Â¬ IV BLACKBURN Jr lldgy Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Ave June 15 ST LOUIS olid Vestibuled 1 rains with BulTet Parlo Cars Kleganti ouches Dining Cars and Wagner Â¬ Gtmton ButtetSleepingCars Â¬ Washington D C ly BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Waguer Sleeping Cirs WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In the Also Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin nud the adjoining counties and will also Klre special attention to the pur chase and sale of real estate collection of rents Â¬ NEW YORK Southwestern Limited Solid Vestibuled Trains with Combination Library Bulfet und Smoking Cars Wngner Sleeping Car Elegant Coaches and Dining Curs landing passengeis In New York City at tM street Depot Positively Tho Â¬ Â¬ claims and thf negotiation of loans Â¬ NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure our tickets read FOR SALE DESIRE TO SELL MY RESIDENCK ON THE corner of Third and Shelby streets South Frankfort One of the most convenient an I de Â¬ sirable family resldenes In the city I also of fer my furnltuw ut prlvsiu sale For terms apply to the uiulersltjiieil 43 lm SAML 11 SMITH Â¬ Pass Trattie Managen Genl Pass EO MCCORMICK vaBIG FOUR Ticket Actj A D B MARTIN T i UNUIltoAfl cuted at this office Job work neatly exe V Â¬ J IF FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT BQtoredatthopost onicpatlrankrort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter Taylor vs Violett A movement has been on foot THE NEW IT F T LIMITED for some time among the friends the F F V Limited will leave of Senator Blackburn to get either Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub arriving at Washington at 740 a Mr VV H FRANKFORT JULY 20 1895 Commencing Sunday May 13th THE ROUNDABOUT Iff WOULD MAKE A BEAUTI Â¬ FUL TAIIK IsVIiat R Knott Thinks of the Lot at the Corner of Bridge and Second Streets Gov w H teh l available for common school pur- Â¬ poses enables me to declare for the school year ending June 30 Â¬ 1896 a general r capita of two dollars and eighty cents 280 To this is to be added interest on know of a more beautiful place county bdnd Respectfully anywhere for a park it would be Ed Porter Thompson perfectly lovely Supt of Public Instruction m This has been the opinion of Tlio Keystone of the Arch every citizen who wishes to see the city improved and beautified In the edifice of health Is vigor which means not ever since the matter was mention- Â¬ only muscular energy but an active discbarge of the various functions of the body such as ed The lot need only be filled digestion secretion of the bile the action of the the sufficiently high to raise it above the bowelsactivelycirculation of the blood Nothing more and thoroughly contributes to the level of ordinary rises in the river united performance of these functions than the regulator Hostetters tonic then let It be terraced with gravel renowned Bitters and result of Its use is a The Stomach gain In strength neree walks running around and through speedyconsciousness thattogether with the life Is the tenure of able being strengthened that one Is laying up a store itwith trees and shrubbery planted of vitality against the unavoidable draughts old ace makes upon tue system upon it flower beds and grass which influence of the Bitters constitute The It a fortifying reliable safeguard against malaria rheumatism plots made and see how soon Gov and kidney trouble Appetite and sleep Improve through Its use and It protects the system from the effects of cold and damp Knotts words will prove true But it is urged the ground will BIG FOUR ROUTE Cost too much and the city cannot The ground will not Best Iiine to the North and East afford it All lines from the South make cost near so much at the present direct connections in Central Let the city Union Station Cincinnati with time as it will later acquire it now when it can be pur- through trains of the Big Four chased at a reasonable figure or to Chicago St Louis IndianapoCleveland New let some public spirited citizen lis Columbus York and Boston For full inforÂ¬ purchase that portion of the mation call on nearest agent or ground owned by Messrs Salen address der and Fincel and Mrs Ford E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr and deed it to the city then the DBMartin Pass Ticket Agent Genl improvement could be made later Cincinnati O when the city can afford it The The Best Cough Cure ground need not be improved in a A neglected month or in a year but gradually Is Shilohs Cure Stop it at cough is dangerous The public fountain the Water once with Shilohs Cure For sale Company promised the city can by j ohn W R Williams Co be erected in the center the 40 grounds can be laid off according Maj of the Virginia Battle to the plat already made by Mr Fields M Woodson and every D The only correct map made from public spirited citizen will con- Â¬ official papers in the war depart- Â¬ tribute something either in money ment with complete list of battles trees shrubs or flowers and in a Sent on receipt of 25 cents in short time the now unsightly money or postage stamps Address barren spot will be made tj blos- C B Ryan Assistant General O Railway Passenger Agent C som as the rose Cincinnati O Since Frankfort was first settled To Winchester the place has turned its bacc upon the river every unsightly out Midland train No 3 leaving building being erected upon its Frankfort at 4 p m makes close bank now let us gradually turn connection at Paris Junction with around and show our faces to one K C for Winchester arriving at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gov J Proctbr Knott stood at the corner of Bridge and Second streets early Tuesday morning waiting for a car to take him to the Midland station and looking out over the lot across the street cumbered with its unsightly rubbish and wrecks of buildings reI feel a great interest marked in rranKiort ana naa rattier reside here than an place on earth but you people who expect to live here always ought to endeavor to have that place turned into a park Remove all those buildings and you will have a beautiful spot for the purpose and it is plenty large for the present On being told that one great objection urged to it was the cost of filling the lot he said You do not need to fill it only in so far as to complete the terraces You do not want it perfectly level but terraced off and with the river beyond I do not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Lewis or Mr Chas Julian both of whom were for the re election of the Senator off the track for the Democratic nomina Â¬ tion but an agreement could not be reached until Wednesday morn Â¬ ing when the friends of botli gen tle agreed that if Hon E H Taylor Jr would consent to make the race both of them would After con- Â¬ withdraw in his favor sultation with Mr Taylor he con sented to become a candidate and Messrs Lewis and Julian with- Â¬ drew leaving the race to Messrs Taylor and Violett the former being a Blackburn man and the latter non committal further than to say he is for no man who is not for sound money Â¬ The Per Capita for Present School Year Department Public Instruction Frankfort To County others Ky July 15 1895 Superintendents and Notwithstanding the fact that the school population of Kentucky has run up to nearly 728000 the Auditors estimate of funds to be Baltimore 900 a m Phila delphia 1120 a in 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 Obsavation 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 sqenery interesting 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 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 Jrain 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 The F F V is the 830 p hi oniy modern irain 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 rbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only it Â¬ 1 Per Year v 1 Our tttt y Jos EPARTMENT W1 Executes on short notice and in the latest style tA A ts ls M V t All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed New Midland Time Table Midland Effective June 3d No 8 trains arrive as follows 815 a m No 2 1130 a m No 4 735 p m No East bound trains depart 7 a m p m 4 1 No 7 1 p m No 3 No 1 makes connection for Cincinnati Lexington Richmond and points south No 7 makes connection for Cincinnati No 3 makes connection for RichCincinnati Winchester mond Maysviiie Lexington and poi ts bouth C D Bercaw G P A m BINDERY Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of Jab Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates the art Work of all kinds solicited 11 Â¬ The Capital Steam Laundry exWill ecutes all orders promptly call for and deliver work at your door telephone No 17 Â¬ m rtfiif IS tfC r mw IV tm dont If you dont want good work try the Capital Steam Laundry 24 tf the Emulsion has been endorsed by physicians of the whole world No secret about it This is one of its strongest endorsements But the strongest endorsement possible is in the vital strength it gives GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215 217 and 219 St Clair Strait Up Stairs Frankfort Kj 1 FOR 20 YEARS formula for making Scotts sJfe sMs 7 -- 5 t tl w u of the prettiest streams in the State so that the excursion parties of ladies and gentlemen who are constantly omingup the beautiful Kentucky from other cities will not judge Frankfort by the portion of it seen from the river front and passing by conclude that the city is but a collection of tumble down old buildings the inhabitants of which care not a straw what visitors to the city by waer may think of us Winchester at 610 Oakley Races Scotts Emulsion nourishes It does more for weak Babies and Growing Children than any other kind of nourish- Â¬ It strengthens Weak ment Mothers and restores health to all suffering from Emaciation and General Debility tUBowneNY ForCoughs Colds Sore Throat Bron chltls Weak LungsConsumptlon Blood Diseases and Loss of Flesh All Druggist June 26th to August 6th the Midland will sell tickets to Cincin- Â¬ nati and return at 53 75 C D Bercaw G P A sMs High Bridge Camp Meeting July i2 29th the Midland will sell tickets to High Bridge and re- Â¬ turn at one fare plus 25c During the meeting all passen- Â¬ ger trains will stop at High Bridge - SMS LOUISVILLE EVENING POST post by age mall prepaid to any address In Kentucky one year lor a The afternoon journal of Kentucky prints the full report of the Associated Press full market reports Washington and Frankfort correspondence special telegraph news from all parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing cholcemls vellany and livo political matter The paper used Is clear and easily read Agents wanted write for terms the type large andpersons who wish to take advantage of this NOTICE All offer must make checks and money orders payable to Ky B G BOYLE Boom li 56 Third St Louisville 2 Less than FOUR CENTS a week Thlnkoflt By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville I am enabledÂ¬ to make an unprecedented offer to the news paper readers of Kentucky 2 will send the W WWW PER YEAR 4fe sfe 4fe -- -- aSfe THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 7fF SiS SMS 1 60canfl 5 4fe 71 -- fc 4 4fe SMS SMS -- AT 7 W Stfi 3J Vfl r F V iSj DEI Mr- - K5 We Are Still Holding the Foil NO Dissolution Call and see our life aSP UU3V en If We have supplied our customers during in the past two week3 with shoes and hats En cheaper than they were ever Sold in Frank- fort Our prices were the talk of the town Our customers appreciated it and patron EJtl EiEl for yourself and family ca ca na ca au ran ca rn ca ran ca ran ca ran ca ran VTA gg large assortment 33 v ca raa raa cu IT A MMiA Mr YOUNG MEN II ized us liberally ea Ea din en ca The warm weather is now hero and you will need summer hats and summer shoes Bemember we are the sole agents for the Rockland Oo line of celebrated shoes We carrry them in all style toes in congress and bals Try a pair ca on ca ran1 ca ran ran ca gg 03 ca EH ea no ea en ca EaraanaraaraaRannBaBaRnBaraaranranBaraanaraaraannBncaBaGnnncaraaraaBnraaraaraaraa BacacacacacacaeacacacaeaoacacaeacuoacacacucacaEacacacacacuicacacuca 3MCsl3TION JULY 20 1895 GEO raa EarnBaraaEaraaracaBaRaraaraarianaraaBacaEaraaraaraaBaGaraaraaBaraaraaBaraaba ca cacacucuoacacaEacacacucaciicacacacacacacacacacacacacacacacacaca IMEarslxctXl Thei ca ran ca ran ca ran oa raw ca FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT THE PURPOSE OF EDUCA Â¬ development FRANKFORT Happy Campers 2 rVS- Some Obstacles Met in Accom Â¬ plishing That Purpose ROBBINS To give its students the power of ethical insight is the object of the college The college deals with comparative studies It compares facts with facts science with science it discovers the trend of science and the bearing of all knowledge upon the conduct of life Monroe Patrnt STOKEW BBE A party of ladies and gentlemen left the city Monday for an outing of several days and pitched their tent on the banks of Elkhorn near the residence of Mr Henry Church where they will spend the time in fishing and in having a They have good time generally called their stopping place Camp Eulalia and the following com- Â¬ Mrs John E pose the party Kirtley chaperone Misses Lena Hockensmith Annie Kirtley Sallie Kirtley Carrie Bruce Janie Cora Baumes Nellie Baumes Miss Ellis Emma Payne and Gertrude Maddox of Louisville Messrs Albert T Kirtley Taylor Hockensmith Richard Dehoney Craik Jackson John W Reading and Master Hord Hardin i We have just mentioned the obstacle incompetency of teachers It is a formidable one how formidable but few persons other than educators have a proper concep tion Despite the restrictions of law and the vigilance of competent school authoritiesdespite all efforts of the friends of education to establish and to maintain a high standard of excellence among teachers aspiring incompetence assisted by intrigue manages to retain a foothold yea to walk with brazen effrontery in the peda Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Card of Thanks The bereaved wife and children of the late A J Potts desire to express their sincere thanks to the many friends who so tenderly cared for the remains of their beloved husband and father Mrs A J Potts LINED wtd TEE ALASKA CHARCOAL Do You Want to Trade for a Piano FILLED REFRIGERATORS To be Utilized Ever since the old Macklin Mill near the Forks of Elkhorn was destroyed by fire several years ago the water power from the splendid stone dam across the South Fork of Elkhorn has gone to waste but now Mr Thos W Hinde is arranging to use it in forcing water from the creek up into his residence a quarter of a mile away and in distributing stock water about the farm He and his wife have come on from Chicago to spend a few weeks at Millbrook the childhoods home of Mrs Hinde and will look after some improvements about the place while there Protracted Meeting KM I Li W 7 - Rev John A Brooks late of Memphis Tennessee will begin a protracted meeting at the Bridgeport Christian Church to morrow Â¬ which will be continued for two Mr Brooks is a noted weeks preacher and lecturer and made the race lor Vice President on the Prohibition ticket three years ago The public generally and especially ministers are invited to attend the He will be assisted by meetings his nephew W T Brooks Will Build a Storeroom Mr George Salender will in a few days begin the erection of a brick business house upon the lot between his residence and that of Judge B G Williams on Second street and when completed will remove his stock of groceries from the Herndon block on the same Messrs Ober street into it Wade are now preparing warth the plans and specifications for the 1 building fiihMjrinirait iwu aiii Mr gogical highway A late report of Dr Wm T Harris U S Commissioner of Education the highest education al authority on this continent states that one half of the teachers of the United States are prepared though the effort of the college normal schools and through self-culture for teaching Read nega tively the report states that one half the teachers of the United States are unfitted for the positions This is a deplora they occupy ble state of affairs especially in any community where the school is made an elemosynary institution or where the teachers have no op- Â¬ portunity offered them for normal training or where they are uninspired by a desire to reach the plane of dvelopment Upon investigation we shall dis- Â¬ cover that this unfitness is due partially to the action of a fixed law of mental development There are three stages of mental development First that of sense per- Â¬ ception through which one becomes acquainted with the facts of the material world The acquirements of these facts is almost exclusively a mechanical process there being but very little thought expended and that little of a This is the mechanical nature work of the primary school it The deals with isolated facts second stage is that of reflection by which the mind is enabled to recall and to consider its former The mental process of status reflection is mechanical interfused with much mechanical thinking Re and very little pure thought flection is an intermediate stage it is that stage of mental development which characterizes the high school The third stage is ethical in sight or the stage of pure thought It does not deal directly with material forms but is reached through these loafer forms of Â¬ Any person wishing to trade a good milk cow for a piano can hear of such a trade by calling at this office 46 The Queen ble event Do you want to know how to make the trip and what youll see when you reach the journey send 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 to Chattanooga is the best line and has the reputation of unequal- ed service of handsome trains of ace day coaches and through eepers from New Orleans Mer Â¬ idian Crescent Route to Ghiokamauga Veterans and their friends will all want to attend the great National Park dedication at Chica irnuga this fall It will be a nota- For Sale By a Â¬ Â¬ Leatner ana RuDDer Belli at Cost Shreveport Vicksburg arid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Birmingham to Chattanooga Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at Quick schedul s and interesting very low figures scenery en route help to make the 60 Riding Bridles Crescent and Southern 25 sets Buggy Harness Queen Back Bands Traces Wagon Whips 150 route par excellence Halters Buggy Bridles Buggy Whips 200 Horse Colars For Rent 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 125 bolts Wall Paper 12 Horse Covers 7000 My new dwelling house on 30 Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters Shelbv streets containing seven 50 Work Bridles 12 Pumps rooms furnished or unfurnished Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper This house has all the and Mower as desired Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand- modern conveniences and is in the j most desirable part of the city For terms apply to j Wm Cromwell Op COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer Are You Made Miserable by Indigestion Constipation Dizziness Loss of Appe tite Yellow bktn bhtlons Vital For sale ize is a positive cure Co by John VV R Williams 40 Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO uH Celery riunts for Sule Ins uLrajQee Agents 101 AND 102 AHN SITHEET Basement nf the Capital Hntel v Â¬ I have a choice lot of celery Hender Â¬ plants White Plume sons Half Dwarf Gimt Pascal New Rose and Boston latket which I will sell cheap Plants all well grown and hardy I Henry C Murray Â¬ Corner Steele and Second streets 45 to tZSkmSmSm tf show Royal Baking Powder superior to alt others The U S Govt Reports BFor lySale Feb23 i BR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Sc Toy Tbo only safo sure and reliable Female PILI ever offered to Ladies especially recommend ed to married Ladies take PHA a ni- for SB MOXSS VBVSTYXOTA per box and boxes no otbor tt for 9500 ricof 100 pSend for - PENNYROYAL PILLS - HOLMSS ljil 1mj4 BIZR Cleveland Ohio XD 2Dr wgrflsts Hjni ii ii n ufczv K CfVVMi iiifw Uuifcii ja wi i a v u 11 i vV i- ji it iw jktofzaanjfVuf r m Tl J Y i- - v Bk- ik f Ebvi fcfo El- - s fc jajX i city and the great caravans are now compelled to unload outside From Dnninscus to Beyrout The place on the wall of the city From tlio Christian Guide where Saul was let down in a bas One day from Hermon brought ket is a familiar spot to tourists us to Damascus and we were more familiar indeed than authen Â¬ heartily glad of the change Peo tic while the tomb of St George ple are generally glad to escape sainted I suppose because he as from winter to summer As we sisted Saul in his escape is a good A looked back on the receding moun place to quote the old saying friend in need is a friend indeed lo tain Hermons dew had turned to a snow storm which But if you want to visit tombs it raged nearly half the day and left were better worth while to stand the lofty range completely mantled by that of Saladin the great Mos We cross the crystal lem hero of the crusaders by in white brook Jennani which rushes by whose skill and courage the Christ to become a part of the Pharpar ian armies were defeated and driven We pass Kefr Ha war but with from the land or by that of Buckle out stopping to visit Nimrods the eminent English historian who We lunch at Artuz not far died here in 1S62 tomb from the hill pointed out as the The Muslims have a tradition scene of Sauls conversion And that Adam lived near Damascus at 4 p m riding two by two we that Abraham here learned the go into the oldest existing city in unity of God and that Molnm ned the world looking as respectable as himself once came to the out- Â¬ our bronzed and blistered counte- Â¬ skirts of the city but refused to nances and battered garments will enter fearing that having the permit The Hotel Besraoni re- earthly he would cease to desire ceives us and the change from the heavenly paradise The date camp life for several days is quite of Damascus origin is hard to fix agreeable Seen from the lofty but of its remoteness there is no brow of Jebel Kasiun the moun- Â¬ doubt Its earliest Biblical refer- Â¬ tain overlooking it Damascus is a ence is Genesis xv2 where Abra- Â¬ topaz set in emerald Its yellow hams steward is called Eliezer limestone buildings closely grouped of Damascus The city has together are surrounded on all about 120000 inhabitants but is sides by dense groves of trees gradually losing its importance among whose olives figs pome- Â¬ partly because of its isolation and granates and silver poplars we see partly through the growing im- Â¬ for the first time the shapely and portance of Beyrout and Haifa large leafed English Walnut The Its population five sixths Muslim Barada river anciently known as is both ignorant and intolerant the Abana flows in a rushing and could be easily aroused again stream right through the center of as it has often been in times past I do not wonder that to the shedding of Christian blood the city Naaman the Syrian general ex- Â¬ The English church and the a decided preference for Irish Presbyterian are both doing pressed We wor- Â¬ the Abana and Pharpar over the missionary work here Jordan Their waters are pure as shipped with the latter the Sunday the melting snow of the moun- we spent in Damascus and heard tains where they are born But a fine sermon admirably wrought I do wonder that the Damascenes out both to edification and com Â¬ with such a river flowing through fort on The Signet of the King their city do not know enough to Haggai 1123 from C P Mills of clean up The Damascus seen Newburyport Mass one of the from the standpoint of its dirty choice spirits of our party I was streets and the Damascus seen much interested to learn of the from Jebel Kasiun give altogeth- Â¬ splendid work for women and You children now being done in er different impressions marvel that a city so enchanting Damascus by Miss Helen Butch to a distant view can so quickly art a young and wealthy English and thoroughly disenchant the woman who devotes herself and But you have her entire income to benevolent close observer learned that this is universally work here She supports ten characteristic of cities in the different day schools one trained Orient nurse and reaches directly and suggestions are constantly with her ministries of Alanv Biblical here Your attention is called to blessing a thousand soils What the hoube of Rimmon into which a work for eternity is this Bey Â¬ Naaman wanted to import two rout is seventy miles from Damules burden of earth from mascus but we make the usual A lepers detour by Baalbec for the sake of Simaria to pray on hospital is shown you which is seeing the ruins The extra dis- Â¬ significantly called the House of tance is about forty miles Apart Naaman the Syrian The street from the ruins the trip to Baalbec called Straight ib still there and is noteworthy We cross the the house on it where Judas lived Anti Lebanon going and traverse and into which Ananias was di- Â¬ the beautiful valley between Anti rected to go in order to find Saul Lebanon and Lebanon known as Be careful that you Coele Syria returning of Tarsus We remix this Judas with another sume the Beyrout turnpike after dont Judas and this Ananias with our detour at Shtora the half another Ananias both of unsavory way point from Damascus just at fame as many tourists have done the eastern foot of Lebanon Tne street called straight is not The Baalbec ruins are chiefly of straight as American eyes see but two great temples the temple of Asiatic eyes are a very different Jupiter and the temple of the Sun They think it remarkably built in the second century of our thing straight and compared with their era by one of the Antonines and other streets you must admit that designed to be as Dr H M it is a great improvement It was Field well expresses it what the once a broad street measuring some Parthenon was at Athens the ninety feet across and was the glory and wonder of the eastern great roomy halting and unloading world The impressive beauty place of the immense caravans of their ruins is still a wonder which came across the desert One of the most striking things But in recent times the street has of the Beyrout journey was the had two or three other streets new railroad now Hearing com taken from it for the purpose of petbn built by the same French bazaars and so it has been re- company which owns the splendid duced to the ordinary- narrow di turnpike which since 1861 has mensions of the typical oriental connected the two cities It is a Â¬ MR DARSIES TIIIP Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ very four foot guage road and In crossing Anti solidly built Lebanon we saw a certain place on one side of the mouintain the new railroad and opposite it across the intervening valey the remains of an old Roman road built in the second century We admired the skillful engi neering and the substantialness of the ancient highway and then we fell to wondering what those old Romans would think if they could come bac to this country and from the ruins of their road see a train piss by at forty miles an hour or the opposite side of the valley It seem d to us a great inconsist ency to hear the shriek of a loco- Â¬ Even motive around Jerusalem more so will it seem around the still more ancient Damascus And when the proposed railroad finished and from Haifa is also the lines project beyond Damas- Â¬ cus into the great wheat section of the Hauran I very much fear that Damascus will find itself fall Â¬ ing into yet more rapid decay as a mere way station between import- Â¬ ant centers of traffic But we are nearing Beyrout It is our last day in camp and we are in the saddle for the last time We have covered over thirty miles the longest single days ride of our journey We have crossed the whole of Lebanon A final farewell to Coele Syria and the snowy peaks of Anti Lebanon be- Â¬ The blue Mediterranean yond Yonder again bursts into view straight before us and at our feet between Lebanon and the Sea reposes the fair city of Beyrout the most European city we have Already it rivals seen in Asia Damascus in population and its manifest destiny seems to be to outstrip her every way in the near Â¬ Â¬ came several miles from the city and gave us such a welcome as We went straight to our hearts were rather a sorry looking lot I must confess after the banging and burning of our four weeks camping tour but the reception given us made us feel that though appearances were against us we must be somebody in particular We had eight days in which to bleach out rest up and see the sights around Beyrout before sail- Â¬ ing westward and homeward de- Â¬ licious thought and we made the We had pleas- Â¬ most of our time ant quarters and a good table at future Our coming has been heralded and as though we were princes of the blood or an army of conquerors we were met by a numerous delegation of the American resiHon Thomas dents of the city R Gibson of Augusta Georgia now the United States Consul at Beyrout President Dr Daniel Bless of the Syrian Protestant George Darsib College and a number of the pro- member fessors with others of prominence McCoys Cooperage Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fluence each vear and having made the past session its be t record It has three departments the Collegiate Medical and Preparatory twenty professors and instructors nearly three hundred students and owns a fine property of grounds and buildings just at the edge of the city The college is under no denominational control although one of its largest donors was the late Wm E Dodge of New York City of the Presbyterian Church Beyrout prints the Bible and ill other Christian literature for the whole Arabic world It was here that the Arabic version of the Scriptures was completed just thirty years ago And I esteemed it one of the privileges of my life to call upon and to meet Dr C V A Van Dyck through whom God wrought so great a work He has been fifty five years in Beyrout and though more than seventy five years have been granted him his eye is not dim or his natural force On the contrary he is abated brimful of life and spirit When I was introduced to him as frcm Kentucky he threw up his hancs in mock alarm and cried out Dont shoot Ill come down When I congratulated him upon being regarded a higher authority on the Arabic language than any of the Arabs he humorously deprebated the compliment by it is not hard to be a saying He whale among little fishes is now engaged in turning Ben Besides his Hur into Arabic has written a religious works he number of medical and mathemat- Â¬ I should ical volumes of value like to write more at length con- Â¬ cerning the city of Beyrout but instead must content myself with saying we found it full of good substantial buildings and of com- Â¬ mercial life cleaner far than the average oriental city with a fine harbor and a view of the Mediter- Â¬ ranean of which one never tires Our drives to Dog River through the extensive Olive and Mulberry groves around the city and along the rocky coast with its mounting spray and dashing waves are things we shall always love to re Â¬ 4JJkV I 1 mmi m hummqhiiikvs minima jumiriiHJiiucim MwfM -- I M V Wfr 5 rr TDIUCD tf T MlkD ACTRhFlNC r Iff J MM vssw tffi AMUIUII COMPAtt SUCCESSOR MWVDHH IIJA W ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE try si SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test of Time V MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED Dec 10 1 11 jtf V U Co x- ft - NEW FAMILY 43 Kiieeit 4 ST OLAIR STREET FORTUNE JORDAN Proprs nice Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and see us EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and FORTUNE JORDAN DR W I KELLEY OF C1NCINN ATI O will be at tne PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY a5 Saturday July 20 1895 Saturday August 3 1895 Saturday August 17 1895 HEMORRHOIDS whntura termed piles In any form cured without surgery ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum also - - Iky wed FISTULA unu r isautlco cuieu REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J Aticott Fruikfoit Xy Anthony Leiich 1iunktort Ky J T Stitten Frankfurt Ky V Berbenott Frankfort h Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky Ky A H McOluro bmnktort Ky W J hushes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson J as M Wlthrow Krankfoit Ky DR KELLEYS office nnd residence Is at 25 West Eighth streetClnclunatl mid where he may be found ever day of each week except SATUR Â¬ DAY W I KKLLFY M D 259 W -- - j i i Elsht St Cincinnati We are prepared to make coop erage of all kinds whisky tubs kraut tubs cider and pickel bai rels c on short notice and ol Give us a call the best material on Short street at shop Son J B McCoy THE IMPROVED mm For sale by TIIOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L v N depot AIo needles oil etc for all sewing machines A share of your patron Â¬ age solicited Doc g2 6ni H Pills do Not Cure Pills do not cure Constipation TOTIIE CENTER OF Â¬ - Clover Root Tea gives perfect regularity of the bowels For sale BY THE- Co by John W R Williams 40 Notwithstand the advance in all kinds of leather our prices on Louisville New Alb iny Chicago lty Co harness and saddles remain the the well kept Hotel DAngleterre same Call and examine the Elegant trains morning and even Â¬ and our good friends at the college largest stock ever in Frankfort ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers ax the Dearborn Mastin Bros 38 tf ably assisted by the Consul made Station Chicago Five minutes from m the time pass most delightfully A Great Germans Prescription the LEADING HOTELS Also con Â¬ necting with Trunk Lines for We hardly considered a day constipation Diseased blood properly spent if we did not peep and kidney liver and bowel St Paul by Karls into the Consulate and get the troubles are cured Omaha For sale by Clover Root Tea cheery greeting of Mr Gibson Denver Co 40 We were glad to find him so high in John W R Williams San Francisco favor with all whose good opinion A good set of harness for y 50 is worth having and to know by at Mastin Bros AND THE- 38 tf own experience how tireless our and efficient he is in looking after Piles Piles Piles Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment American interests and American will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated Call For tourists and Itohlng Piles It absorbs the once The college is a living spring of tumors allays the itching atinBtant Tickets acts as a poultice gives blessing to all this eastern country relief Dr Williams Tndian Pile By The Ointment is prepared only for We met its graduates and students and Itching of tlio private parts Piles and in Egypt and Palestine and all nothing elHO Every box is guaran Â¬ Sold by druggists sent by along our journey For twenty teed for COcsand tfl00 per box mail E 11 BACON nine years it has been doing WILLIAMS MSO CO Props Cleve Â¬ D P A Louisville Baird land O Sold byHolmes HUNKT REED its work extending its in 25 ly i P A Chicago -- They only aggravate Karls ch eieo MONQN ROUTE ki fi Y Ci i -- NORTHWEST v it Monon HM T fi WV VHE iVTfVHKslllldlHt tAaf xHP ttrtr Tliis is wito at to 2iaTre people am I jtrtrife gciragrAjlVjIkA rffcjjflcjlkjyjt 3337AAA V hi - rfV rfV B UGKLEYS jjyray Tyc y Jijy jyrTsyriytJtjrgstatjsrapcrgn i Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods SP JOHN T BXJCIXjS jl ST- - I am giving tinware away at present prices To dose out my entire stodk of china every piece in my large stock will be Granite wave cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is cost No trouble to show goods complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices CLAIR STREET- To enlist them in a cause towards the elimination of features disaif allowed to greeable which grow form the groundwork of dissension strife bitterness and Â¬ Muit Make Report of the turnpikes in this county should not forget officials- The M 2fMu mm that the president pr manager of each Turnpike Com piny 1n which the State or county is a stockholder is required by law to make a full statement of its accounts with the County Courts in each county in which the same is located in the month of July of each year Also to declare a dividend of the profits of said company and pay out to stockholders and Treasuries of State and county the amount due them Upon failure to comply with the law the companies are liable to a fine or not less than 25 nor more than 100 As there are only a few days left in which to make out their reports those who have neglected this matter want to get a move on themselves if they wish to escape the fine Â¬ rones Misses Ella Johnson Mary Mattie Gray Bessie Hardin McClure of this city the Misses Lewis of Glasgow Miss Louise Miss of Danville Van Winkle of Louisville Bessie Hodges Messrs Jas Ely Will Tremere John MayseTom Grant Henry Hale Will Haycraft Western Furr Hugh Duvall Harry Mat Stoddard Stantdn John tern Headley Gavin Morris of this city Sam Hughes this county and George Smith of Cincinnati Communicated the Reform League meeting was held in the court house Friday evening last There was only a small attendance but enough to resolve on a Editor Roundabout As published Â¬ Â¬ Repairs at the Custom House The repairs recommended by the Inspector of Government Buildings to be made at the Custom House in this city have been ordered by the Department in in Washington The room at a carriers room will present used as Â¬ S - - s r be fitted up as a ladies waiting room to be used during the sit ting of the Federal Court A toilet and wash room will be put in and the floor carpeted and the room suitably furnished A wash stand will be placed in the Co- Â¬ llectors office and the arched way between the Postmasters private office and the postoffice which is now only cut off by an iron net- Â¬ ting will he closed up with a half glass partition and door so as to render the office of the Postmaster private in fact instead of in name only Will Do a Good Job Mr John E Glenn of this city has the contract for putting up the stone work for the De Haven Memorial Church at LaGrange which is to be the handsomest church edifice in the town and it is safe to say Mr Glenns portion of the work will be neatly and substantially executed He has already commenced work upon his contract oSuBtr JMr iUUu ij i A Hay Ride A lot of young people left the city Wednesday evening for a hay ride and had a jolly time Leav ing the city about 6 oclock they drove out the Lawrenceburg pike to near Farmdale thence across to Bridgeport and in the Louisville pike reaching the city near 2 oclock They took supper on the way stopped at Squire GW Halls and had a dance The following composed the party Misses Pattie Williams and Mame Bull chape- Â¬ v 9vgs -graaw further effort to accomplish if pos-Â¬ sible the end aimed at Mr W L Coppersmith was made temper ary chairman With this object in veiw the leaders of this movement make the following announcement Every honest upright and law abiding citizen of this city having at heart its general welfare devel opment and prosperity is notified that the prime and only object of the proposed League is as the implies to puri Â¬ word Reform fy as far as possible the political and moral state of affairs now existing in this city In the municipal goverment of liOUIS VILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET a city we declare thar it is wise and eliminate therefrom the just to DURRETT disigreeable features of politics and FURNISHED BY GLOVERWAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO therefore invite religion and Sales on our market for the week every good citizen to join us in our just closed amount to 4609 hhds with efforts towards a good purpose receipts for the same period of 4679Â¬ Sales on market since Jan and we plead with you to come ir- hhds 1st amountour 110189 hhds Sales uary to respective of politics or religion of the crop of 1894 011 our market to and lend encourgementto a move- Â¬ this date amount to 110505 hhds characterized ment the object and policy of byThe week has been and a remark Â¬ very large offerings which if carried out can but re ably large percentage of rejections suit in a more prosperous condition The general tone of the market has been very irregular and decidedly for our city except for all grades of material loweras had high color burley sellers That an abundance of such The more than sufficient to push 10 a of tobacco have felt that the weaken successful end this reform move Â¬ ing in prices was not justified by the unusual condi situation hence ment exists in Frankfort there tion of 37 per centthe the total oiFui of cannot be the slightest doubt The burley ings being rejected The men who have constituted crop now on the hill is certainly in acreage themselves the members around smaller in 1894 and it than tho crop is the general planted which they believe can be built verdict that the crop now being mar Â¬ up an organization of this kind keted has been overestimated as to cordially invite such material to quantity These conditions together with the gradual improvement in give them hearty co opperation business generally throughout the and propose to them to meet at country cause the holders of tobacco ia no the court house on next Mondiy to believe that there range reason to of values anticipate a lower evening 22d at eight oclock than have been current and they aie sharp to discuss measures and inclined to look upon the recent de Â¬ formulate plans to effect the or- pression as only temporary The following quotations fairly ganization represent our market for burley to Â¬ We propose for our mottos bacco 1894 crop Uni- Trash dark or damaged In union there is strength 1 50 2 75 tobacco we stand Divided we fall ted 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 In harmony there results peace Medium to good colory 3 75 5 50 We propose trash and good will Common lugs not colory 2 50j 4 00 that the sense of these mottos be Common Oolory lugs 4 00 5 50 the guiding spirit the rock bot- Medium to icood colory 8 50 5 50 tom foundation of our proposed lus Common to medium leaf 6 00ft 10 Ou structure 10 00 15 00 Medium to good What man or set of men true Good to lino leaf leaf 15 00d IS 00 18 00fa ii8 00 to good gentle breeding can find Selector wrappory with an organization based fault Nerves 011 Edge upon such principles I was nervous tired irritable The organization is not aimed and cross Karls Clover Root as a blow at any existing party or faction to compass jts defeat but Tea has made me well and happy Mrs E B Worden to win all over if pqsibleas recruits in a grand cause productive of the For sale by John W R William Co general welfare o the city 40 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ even hatred forming the parasites which destroy the germs of good soceity gnaw at the vitals of good Â¬ goverment and are a menace to the We claim store be We are opposChristain religion for bargains ed any longer to drawing party lines and applying the party lash in the regulation of the affairs and the distribution of office in ths We are bitterly opposed to city a discussion of religion as a mark of fitness or qualification for office We hold in our city goverment that religion or politics should have nothing to dowith it and so long as they do they are only the stepping stones to increase strife Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the and dissensions and the underminmarket and to make prices right ing wedges that will overtopple the One fabric of good government purpose of the League is that the offices within the gift of the peo- Â¬ We ple are not to be scrambled for by Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest politicians A public trust is of prices that our store is a place all economical The aim of and bv the people buyers should visit the organization is non partisan All and makes no discrimination good citizens should mutually agree to unite in a purpose to stem the tide of corrupting in fluences that are being practiced Let to further political ends THE every man who resolves to aid in j this movement be actuated by his own moral impulses and the good work will go on If So Why Not And Not Why if So our ters to Â¬ the Great Headquar in Boots Shoes IF- Hats Books NOT e VS Â¬ fi El ICCLTJKESM Queen Crascerit J reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs mk t and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles ana and Shreveport Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California San via New Orleans or via Shreveport Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa- Â¬ tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Chattanooga Iff O Binearson ChasWZell Q P A Cincinnati 0 Liv Paar Agt Cincinnati 0 v H G mattsei xeea - i U 0 5W mentis H K v Bliptflflinii II i 5 TUB MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE i Of1 i i Ill K Tie Limifeir va ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE 534 MAIN STRHHT H LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS J FIUNKFORT 15 THE MLST PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ MEMPHIS VIOKSBTJEG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS 1 Â¬ For a I OBTAIN A PATENT write to opinion Srompt answer and tin honest nearly flfty years Jfc CO who have bad experience In tho patont business Communica Â¬ of Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook to In Â¬ ob formation concerning Intentit and bow Also a catalogue of niecnan tain tbem sent free Rate TUkats ami all Inroiimitlnn furnished by Ical and sctentlflo books sent free Co receive 1atents taken through Munn Ticket Aceitt of nay Railway Co If not special notlco In tho Kclcntlllc Amerirnu and tuMruss brought widely beforotho public with Â¬ thus are out cost to tho Inventor This splendid paper McBRIDE Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated bas by far tho largest circulation of any scientific work in tbe Tr vellng Pass Auent worm 83 a year Sample oples sent free Louisville Ky Kdltlon monthly tiM a year Single Buildl s 2 li cents Kvcry number contains beau- tlful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the T Address latest designs and secure contracts BUOADWAY MUNN CO NEW YOHK 301 lonenil Passenaer Airent Louisville Kj CAN T COPYRIGHTS South and Southwest 13 W J BLYNOH A YirrilrVl r i T fVfrdt V W - WASW If i i v ssTW- T- ii -- r SHOT ON A TIIA1N A stray bullet entered a chair A Former Franklin County Man Attacked in a Chair Car or a Texas llailroad in which a lady was seated the chair next to her being occupied by three children THE CAUSE AFTER THE DISSOLUTION K3W1 La j IV 1 Ej Bff- - ft- ft I W V hi r f ir fc bffl i j - jr- sy fc IS H IY IP The readers 6f the Boundabout be pleased to learn that there ie at least one dreaded disease nL that Bcieucobas been able toenre in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cnro is the only positive cure H2 now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Core is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building np the constitution and assisting nature in once--immediate- ly doing its yorlr The proprietors THE TRAGEDY nave so much laitn in its curative The bloody tragedy took place powers that they offer One Hundred 3n a moving reclining chair car on Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials the Missouri Kansas and Texas P J OHEBNEY 00 railroad not far from Bartlett Toledo O S 8r Sold by druggists 76o Milam county Col Freeman states that he was homeward bound and was quietly Bargains in Farming Iinplc- nicnts seated in a chair of the coach which was pretty well crowded Farmers you want to stop and when McRea approached him and look at mv twentv five dollar Colonel it looks like you said Mowing Machines and twelve dol- Â¬ intend to persecute me and g d lar Hay Rakes both of which are d n you Im coiner to kill vou warranted I also have fifteen With these words McRea drew tons of Rock Salt Successors to Crutclier Starks at the old stand just the thing his pistol and fired the ball in- Â¬ lor stock flicting the wound through the C E Collins Col Freeman attempted lung The Broadway Hardware Dealer in to rise to defend himself when McRea fired again the ball pass- Â¬ -C to the Atlanta Exposi Â¬ ing down the right coat sleeve Q between it and the shirt and tion will be one of the greatest coming out at the elbow Another It i shot flew wide of its mark and fairs ever known to America L d OOUJil J JCLXJ Many features of the Chicago embedded itself in a chair occu- Â¬ pied by a lady McRea then beat Worlds rfair and many additional DPUDAAM OTTIIPO OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET the colonel over the head with his and new ones Exposition open September six shooter until passengers inter- Â¬ dol- - 4 offer fered and forced him to desist i8th to December 31st 1895 2Jp attempt was made to arrest Do you want to go I fifty 4 McRea and when the train reach- Â¬ Write to W C Rinearson G I v ESTEY ORGAN cost ibo u sow A TW STORY DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING i with large grounds on Cross street South J ed Holland near his home he P A Cincinnati O for printed I Solid Side Oak Large 4 quick will tuke SCO quietly left it and so far as known matter I Bevel nice 4 here last night he is still at large High Bridge Oamp Meeting finish FOR RENT FHMB residence i9 of 7 rooms on Cioss Every attention was shown Col i STOKY FRAME RESIDENCE OF J street South Side ATWO with st tble and large grounds on Freeman and he was made as com i Murray street South Side This Is very desirable Central Holiness Camp Meet- Â¬ t fortable as possible and reached i property meets July toome yesterday morning as stat ing Wilmore Ky i 29th to August 9th 1895 ed One and one third fare for the FOR SALE OF ANEW FRAME COTTAGE Side FOUR ROOMS street South a passengers story round trip via Queen Crescent n A passenger on the train a Mr every day of meeting from all TOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD Opposite Courthouse riouthSlde This Grayson of Nashville Tennessee points between Cincinnati and t i erty stieet offered tit ajbargulnis desirable urou- - Blacksmith and Is Chattanooga inclusive who witnessed the attack and i Ask ticket agents for particulars I saw the man shooting said i who did the shooting approach the or address THK BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE FOB BENT k8or Elkhorn Including a frame resi Â¬ i W C Rinearson G P A 17 11111X1111100 man shot and I heard him say dence of rour rooms with necessary bullalmjs i eight rooms each on Main street South ipitIaore8ot shopdils offered at a bargain TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDKNOES OF Cincinnati O something about a land or law the only now in operation that place and will command a good trade If runatbran Frankfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds suit and ask the other if he was experienced workman The best work in town is done going to persecute him forever I sC think I heard the man spoken to at the Capital Steam Laundry HENRY say no and I want no trouble FOR The other then said you are agAsssr BARGAIN going to law me all my life and The Worlds Fair Tests is2a3r AVERY DESIRADLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE A GREATHouse nrooertyIS onOFFERED lU THE Malt Mero ntrw Thin Over Weltzel ODonnells showed no baking powder g d d n you I am going to on Shelby street South Frankfort property Is well equipped for malting or would make a line warehouse or manufacturing estab kill you and as he said the words so pure or so great In leav Are prepared to do all kinds of den lishment he drew his pistol and fired I saw ening power as the Royat tal work intruBted to their care Ex the man in the chair grab the pistol FOR SALE amination free Office hours from 0 a m until 5 p m and turn it and I dont think that The Irrepressible Saxby 260 ACRE FARM June 8 lm WITH- OF GOOD FARM OF80 bullet struck him Two other A large Athis laudcitynowACRES Frankfort LAND the part limits of In the Is bal under cultivation and of shots were fired and then the man Send 10 cents in stamps for a FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE unco Is good grazing land In this tract there Is ineuts situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is quantity of line tobacco land with the pistol beat the other over handsome copy of the volume alio a offered for sale This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will raise line tobacco us well us the head with it There was great Snap Shots by the irrepressible all othercrops suited for this climate will sell excitement in the car and most Saxby to W C Rinearson Genl TUR OLD FIRM OF CRUTCHER STARKS 18 500 Ul8e LfBHmSU nn slconcfstS on easy paymants day dissolved of the every body believed tiain robbers Passr Aijent Queen and Crescent composing said firm by consent parties partners llBue holding and all clulius against said firm ure requested to present had attacked the coach and no Route Cincinnati Ohio thorn tor payment and all who are Indebted are to ionvtru una seuiu effort was made to separate the Send at once Only a limited earnestly soucueu can cometheir business settled promptly so they get FARM FOR SALE D 0 ORrjTJHKU wlthoutdeluy men until it was apparent it was edition JNO I STARKS a private difficulty When this was I F STARKS FINE FARM OF 210 A OF Lo Â¬ Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke WE OFFER FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn A cated 8 miles from ACRES FINELY iood known they were separated Georgetown Frankfort on a acres situated on Your Xillo Away pike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi A CARD Other passengers speak of the dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and cluctlve lands lsivoll Improved ubundautly sup plied with water und Is especially adapted to ullother necessary improvements This lurid la excitement on the car Many Tuet uthful startling title of u book about stute of cultivation tho Improvements In RETIRING THE MERCHANTILE eiSM2 Beffl - area highfine condition and In order to make a harmless of the passengers hiding their buccohablt the onlythat braees guakantekj to N uuuiuess uoroFROMaesire most iieiinuy to 1 In wo up ulcotlnlzed cure imiZBarnfi i vvimC quick sale will bo offered ut a bargain tnank the public poisons makes money and valuables and some nerves eliminates nicotine and manhood weak the very generous and our putrons especlully for iVUMUIIIlia UIHUVWIUl putrouage extended us during men gain strength vigor You the period of our luorcuiin tile career of 20 years tucking themselves down behind run no physical or llianclal risk us by druggists everywhere under a guaran and in retiring we uuk for our successors that Is the chairs out of the range of teesold cure or money refunded Book free same liberal patronage always extended to the to bTARKS CRUTOHER Address sterling Romedy Co New York or old firm possible bullets JulylS lm Chicago will Wooten gave him surgical attenHe is shot through the tion right lung the ball passing entire- Â¬ ly through the body He is also cut and bruised on the head from the effects of blows with a six shooter in the hands of D M McRea who made the assault The bullet wound is a very serious one but Dr Wooten thinks now there is a good chance for recovery notwithstanding Col Freeman s age is against him he being in the neighborhood of three score and ten And Dies From the Effects of The trouble grew out of a land the Wound Inillctcd suit brought by Colonel Freeman against McRea and which it is The following account of the stated he has won in all the courts shooting of Col Dandridge C McRea it is also stated bought Freeman who was raised upon the land knowing Freeman intend In fact Colonel the farm at present owned by Mr ed to sue for it him not to buy Freeman Steve Black near this city and it as a suit warned be instituted and would who is a brother of Mr C T that the case would certainly go Freeman of the Ducker Station against him Colonel Freeman made a desneighborhood is taken from the perate and manly effort to defend Austin Texas Statesman of the himself but McRea had the I2th inst drop from the beginning and A special dispatch in The the colonel could do nothing Statesman yesterday morning told Neither spoke during the affair briefly the story of the shooting A letter received here Thursday of Col D C Freeman the well morning by a connection of the known land agent of this city family stated that Col Freeman He reached here yesterday morning on the south bound died Monday last from the effects International and was immediately of the wound received at the conveyed to his home where Dr hands of McRea Â¬ -Â¬ 44a kW 1 - tv Inventory finished and we begin now a searching clearance sale f all stock from VII the old firm A sale that will knock all i a cocked hat former prices into CASH is the great lever we shall wield in the conduct of the new business and we invite every consumer of km j i aiOQ Reward 100 Clothing Shoes and Furnishings Â¬ Â¬ to this clearance sale Buy for your present as well as future wants Come at while the purchasing power of a dollar is magnified two and three fold -- D G Cruncher 5 L Co i SS r m l 10 6 MARSHALL fi CO IT3 Real Estate Agents FOESALE A i at ten We cents lars and They are beauties Mirror imnvviu omiuj FOR SALE R Rogers Son s 10 so Property Drs EPES DENTISTS RENT -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dissolution Notice VX FORSALE CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P- m L B MARSHALL ill