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Mr LV W V Ja4 pf The GEO A J El Frankfort Eoundaboot A 41 f fl LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 47 YOL XVIIIX FAIL FBANKFORT KY Highest of all in Leavening Power SATURDAY JULY 27 1895 A TEACHERS LUCK A A FRIGHTFUL Latest U S Govt Report a H Iiittlo Boy Tumbles OfT a Wall Down on the River Bank 4l Sfe BfrrV P fcS X m i r 19 lit fC 8 Si p m 4 m t ff x Iff I ni I Prof J H Shinn came to this Friday evening quite a large Andersen county from Alton crowd gathered on the bridge county some nineteen years ago around the northern approach secured the school at Bridgeport and upon the road leading 11 fell in love with and married Miss down to the city wharf while a ago one of his children died last him under the chin jerked him Minnie Williams of the village and lot of little boys climbed over the fall with the diphtheria and last off the ground shocked him into lived there several years but as fence along the lower side of the winter he fell upon the ice in his insensibility and threw him some Bridgepott was small and dull with road to the wharf and sat down back yard breaking his leg and distance He was considerably no earthly prospect of increased upon the retaining wall all drawn 41- inflicting such permanent injury bruised by the fall and was made prosperity Prof Shinn concluded there by the music mad by the that he was compelled to sell out quite sick for a time but it was to seek another field and removed calliope and brass band upon his barber shop and quit buiness fortunate for him that the wire to Arkansas Are the bargains for this week iFrenchs show boat which was He is truly to be pitied and has lifted him off the ground as soon After teaching for several years About the lying at the wharf the sympathy of the entire com- as it struck him a he would probab he was elected Superintendent of time the music ceased on the show munity in his many misfortunes ly have been killed by the heavy Public Instruction in which office boat the steamer Rescue came in current of electricity on the wire at he served two terms and when sight going up- the river with an A Lightning Stroke the time had his feet remained on the tne uoiumojan exposition was excursion paity on board and a The current was shut off held at Chicago he was sent there Just before the rain Sunday ground There was a gen band playing era rush for the bridge to see the morning lightning struck a small from toe wire as soon as tne acci- and placed in charge of the educa- 34zY STard S fine dress lioat pass under and in the scram frame building on North Wilkinson dent happened and traffic on the tional exhibit of the State During lawns only five cents former price line was suspended until hjs stay in the Windy City he be- - 10 cents ble among the boys on the wall street belonging to Miss Nellie street car little Alexander Szymanski the Ford knocking a chimney to the tree could be removed and the came intimately acquainted with Silkaline son of Mr Alex pieces and scattering shingles trolly wire attached to tne cross the Commissioner in charge of only 8 cents a yard 36 inches tne nouse was occu- wire from which it was broken the Russian exhibit and through wide Szymanski the well known barber around the influence of that official who was sitting upon a stone pied by a colored family and loose Prof Shinn was his wife appointed were upon the top of the wall lost his the man and cotton chal A Small Cyclone to write a history of the lies only 4 cents a yards lying on the bed at the time footing and fell to the river bank A heavy storm of wind and Russian Empire to be published Mr Robert below a distance of twelve or but escaped injury seamless hose Hfs right arm was Davis was passing along the rain passed over the eastern por- in English the object being to fifteen feet tion of this county near Woodlake counteract the effect Keenans for misses and children fast black broken in three places once at the street near the house when the bolt doing considerable articles on Russia published in the only 10 cents a pair wrist where the bones protruded fell and was considerably shocked on Saturday Thirty four large forrest Century Magazine upon the minds through the flesh once just below The lightning was accompanied damage JZSOO Ifcrc liX seamless hose trees were blown down in one past- of English speaking people Prof for ladies fast black only 12 by a loud clap of thunder which the elbow and once between the elbow and shoulder The right startled many in the congregations ure of Mr Albert Jeffers two of Shinn went to St Petersburg cents a pair leg just above the knee and two of the churches which had not his wagons loaded with sheeves of about a year ago had an interview in wheat was blown down a hill and with the Czar and was then sent ribs near the backbone were also been dismissed towels very cheap turned over while the wheat was all over the Empire at public ex The little fellow was broken A Lucky Escape scattered in every direction The pense afford every opportunity picked up and carried to the office in ham- made by the storm was to gather material for his work About 4 oclock Wednesday noise of Dr S E James suffering such ijurgs remnants in ribbons remloss at 700 and retjjfhed to his home in Little nants in cheap dress goods 1 intense agony that he prayed to afternoon a shade tree in front of terrific He plsceshis Rock some four months ago e was given medical at- the Bank of Kentucky fell over in die Mr Barnes Hero 7 is your chance to get where he is now busily engaged in tention at once and then removed to St Clair street the roots hav two dollars worth for oue dollar in Rev George O Barnes arrived preparing his manuscript to the home of his parents on ing rotted off In going down it cash in th this city yesterday and comProf Shinn will doubtless reBroadway and it was thought for struck the trolly wire of the electric several days that he ccild not railway line and carried it down menced a series of meetings at the ceive a round sum foiMiis work He is but it will hardly accomplish its possibly live but he is now im with it but when the tree struck Court House last night proving and it is thought will get the ground the wire became dis- assisted as usual by his daughter object as Keenan made a study of the dark side of life in Russia engaged from its limbs and fl w up Miss Marie well while he saw only the bright side Mr Wiley Marshall the Mr Szymanski has been par- again Ma 214 St Clair St next door to Ramblers 100 Cft scents S40 ticularly unfortunate in this family young attorney was crossing the to S70 all fitted with Rambler good set of harness for 750 A R K McClure of late years the little fellow who street in front of the Court House tires The best Mastin Bros at 38 tf E J Roberts Agent was hurt lost an eye several years at the time and the wire caught Bm Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ y Â¬ Baking Former Franklin County Pedagogue Selected to Write a History of Russia HSTEIU 4 Gfeate k -- r Than yi EVef i4 J Â¬ - J READ Taxcis i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eleven-year-ol- d 250 ni 4 i Â¬ 200 2rardS 300 Pair Â¬ -- Odds and EndG Vj VJ Â¬ ja Kernriarits Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v m ffi s KLVSS mmmh hkm ammm Cw S KLASS r 29 Stores 29 Stores flfl Bed Room Suits 10 and up tJJjTo pay bills due and coming due a This may sound funny to you but nevertheless it is a fac t SIABOYE AMOUNT and to do it there is but one way for me as fc jOn account of the late dissolution of our firm having bought my brother D Klass interest out which left K On hand besides 10000 to 15000 CASil IDE AJK XXV ITTfe S25 OOO -the spring purchases made lately To raise the above amount of money Parlor Suits S17 and up I MUST RAISE THE - fliEver made in this city will hammer prices so flat down that if you have no intention of buying v win Duy anynow ine enure souk oi uiuiuiug ury jruous quubs jjluio ruimamug uuuuojhuuuud uu and will be sola regardless ot cost ana losses SJLCJUFICIKO SJLE2 I T sxock I have concluded me with a to make the greatest - Sideb6ards 950 and up Center Tables 1 and up Beds 1 and up c35C- - y f V at present you d u juui mciuy cSSO WtfiMjtl If -- W -- An4 quick too in order to raise the money You cannot afford to miss suoh an opportunity and your dollar will do more talk in rav store now than two of them did before at anv store WILL YOU COME AND SEE for yourself that this is no Largest advertising scheme or cheap talk It so don t wait come at once while the stock is not broken up Ttue y iZCtiSt Go y and Got To Go ffy Rhodes Burford Furniture World Go House Furnishers in the k S Klass Odd Fellows Building m iitmMMfrmt - 223 225 2AX3r ST I 11 mmmMmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmm raOTSWfflMKBBMMSSiisSE die Jiavent 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 Kk - I 4 jsfx v ia K MS n HUDSON HUMPHRIES yv MMffM PERSONA RevD Clay Lilly is visiting his fathers family in Irvine Â¬ CASSE LL I iteoSY v vJ ir-- l si Mrs H S Hale and sons Mr Henry and Master Theodore left Wednesday Mr Jno E Miles left Monday for morning for a visit to their old home Norfolk Va at May field visit- Miss Holmes of Danville is Mr Will P Hudson jr left Wed Â¬ ing friends in this city nesday for Estill Springs to spend a Mrs Jno B Lindsey returned Sun Â¬ week with his family who are sum mering there day from North Carolina Mon- Â¬ Misses Nora Ringo and Carrie Mr Harry ODonnell returned day from Tatem Springs Martin of Ashland have been visit Mr Edward Hines is at the Cata Â¬ ing Miss Josie Hughes on Second street this week ract House Niagara Falls Mr Ike T Williams of Louisville Mrs George Donaldson iB visiting came up Tuesday to attend the fami- Â¬ her mother in Owensboro ly gathering at his fathers Mr Ike Mr Pat Farnsworth of Lexington Williams near this cityspent Monday in this city Mrs Jos H Lewis entertained Mrs A V Hite and children have Tuesday evening in honor of the gone to visit relatives in Indians Misses Lewis of Glasgow and Master Miss Guy Robinson of Cincinnati Wickliffe of Louisville is the guest of Miss Clara Buckley Misses Annie Wood Fannie and BIrs James A Violett has returned Bessie Lewis of Woodlake this from a visit to relatives at Bagdad county leave next week for Old Mr Jas R Banta is at home from Point Comfort Virginia Louisville for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs G F Berry and Mr Pen Morris of Louisville spent Mrs 0 Bush were registered this week in this city with relatives at the Cataract House Niagara Mr Percy Headley of Louisville Falls N Y on July 19th spent Sunday with his parents hero Mr Jno T Crutcher of Boise City Miss Annie JGorman of Louisville Idaho who has been the guest of his is the guest of Mrs Pat H Newman brother Mr D 0 Crutcher and fam- Â¬ ily left Wednesday for home Sr Mrs Patsby Ware and daughter Mr and Mrs Jno Brand and Miss Lutie are visiting relatives in daughter Miss Laura of Louisville - RELIGIOUS Â¬ Paris Mr Chapman Coleman sailed on Tuesday on the steamer Spree for Bremen Mrs Thos B Rodman left Monday morning to visit relatives in Mt Miss Mary j Sterling h- - feN spending the past week with Miss Lutie Ware Mr C W Saffell and wife spent Saturday and Sunday in Nicholasville with relatives Miss Hannah Sullivan of Coving ton is the guest of Mrs Pat OBrian in this county Mrs G W Daniel left Monday for a visit to her sister at Farmers Rowan county Mr Logan McKee of Cincinnati spent Saturday and Sunday with rela Â¬ tives in this city Mrs Blanche Shelley and children of Louisville spent Sunday with Mrs P H Newman jr Mrs N J Sawyier entertained at cards at her home on Broadway Tuesday evening Master Dan Gober and sister Miss Stella are visiting relatives at Mt Eagle Tennessee Miss Dowling of Lawrence burg has been visiting Miss Julia Hardie on the West Side Mr Will A Lewis returned Saturday evening from a two weeks visit to relatives in Richmond Virginia Mrs Thos D Herndon and chil dred of Alton are visiting her sister Â¬ Brentof Paris has been have been the guests this week of Mr Jno W Rodman and wife Mrs Jas T Williams and daughter Miss Bessie of Louisville are the guests of Mrs L 0 Kendall and Mrs K C Berry on Main street Hon Jerre C South of Baxter county Arkansas who has been visiting relatives in this city and county left Wednesday for home Mrs J W R Williams Misses week Mary Morris Maggie May Thomason Mrs Higbee ing her sister this city Miss Hallie is visiting her Crutcher Miss Jessie Walbeck of Louisville is visiting Mrs James AsMurray at vf1v Glen Willis Mrs R W McRery left Wednesday for Lakewood New York to remain several weeks Mrs Helen McOlure is visitiug her parents Dr E H Black and wife in Stamping Ground Miss Lena Coke left Thursday after- Â¬ noon for her home in Louisville after a months visit in this city Mrs I N Cardwell of Winchester spent several days this week with her sister Mrs S B Holmes on Wapping street Mrs J D Coke and her two sons Dallas and Wm Bradley of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives in this city Mr Will Overton left yesterday for a short vacation and will visit friends in Lexington and then take a trip to Old Point Misses Lillie and Julia Showalter have returned home after a delight Â¬ ful visit to the family of J S Wills Shelby county Mr Coburn Kavanaugh of Little Rock Arkansas who has been visit Â¬ ing his mother in this city left for home yesterday Mrs Mary Moore and daughter Miss Emma of Georgetown have Been the guests of Mrs James W Crutcher on Washington street this Rev W 0 Tay-Â¬ of Versailles is visit lor D D the pastor will conduct Mrs Jas M Saffell in public worship at 11 a m to morrow Union service at night B Todd of Louisville Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 cousin Miss Elizabeth a m Baptist Church Bargains Bargains Shirt Waists 125 Acme Waists now Sets Christian service at 11 ducted by Rev George Darsie Imported Wash Goods No service at night 35 cent Plessi Muslins now 15 Sunday school meets at 930 Prayer meeting Wednesday night cents 50 cent Silk Gingham now at 745 29 cents 35 cent Organdies now 25 cents 30 cent French Ging- Catholic Church The usual ser hams now 18 cents vices to morrow 10 150 Star Waists now 98 cents 300 Fisk Clark and Flaggy Waists now Church The regular Clark and Flagg150 S3 50 Fisk Waists now 198 a m to morrow con- Â¬ m High mass at 730 a m Low mass a m Vespers at 730 p m Cut Glass and China Our beautiful First Presbyterian ChuroH china will be stock of glass and sold at a discount of Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will 25 per cent occupy the pulpit to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock No service at Mattings night Our entire stock of choice mat-Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 715 p m in the tings will be sold at cost Â¬ 35 Rev R L cents 50 All millinery at half price McOready the rector will conduct close the services to morrow at 11 a m and to 430 p m Episcopal Church cents Millinery 250 Leghorn Hats now g cent Sailor Hats now tm i lecture room Xjinens Methodist Church No services Twenty per cent discount on to morrow The pastor is absent on table linens napkins and towels his wedding tour Sunday school meets at 930 a m SHOI D JOHNSON Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor 47 2t k There will be no services to morrow as Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor is absent on his summer vacation Southern Presbyterian Church Grand Excursion To sa j Lindsey Mrs R L Orutoher on Shelby street Mr Henry K Lindsey of Coving- Â¬ ton spent Sunday in this city the guesc 01 ms nephew Gen D W Mr E Louisville Association Coleman and wife of who have been visiting relatives in this city returned homo Monday Prof George Robbins returned SatÂ¬ urday morning from Chicago where he attended the National Association of Manual Training Teachers He was elected Vice President of the J Annie Belle and Lizzie Hunt Chinn returned Wednesday from their trip to Chicago r Misses Fannie and Mary Burton of Shelbyville who have been the guests of Mrs J Q A Stewart at the Stewart Home this county returned homeSaturday Miss Margaret A Daniel is visiting friends at Munfordville Hart county where she has secured a position to teach in the school the coming fall and winter term Mrs W T Reading entertained a number of young people Thursday evening in honor of her guests the Misses McElroy of Kansas and Miss Marshall of Madison Indiana Mr and Mrs Buford Hendrick and children Mrs Chapman Coleman Miss Broomfield Miss Hendrick Mrs Mary Hendrick and maid left Wed Â¬ nesday for Warm Springe Virginia Miss Clara Buckley gave an elegant dancing party at her home on the corner of Second and Main streets Thursday evening in honor of her guest Miss Guy Robinson of Cincin Â¬ nati Misses Josie and Florence Salender entertained at cards Tuesday evening in honor of their guest Miss Nicholas of Cincinnati The ladies prize was won by Mrs J G Schweers and Mr Tom Newman captured the gentlemans prize Mr James B Wilkerson of Grand View Texas 4s visiting relatives in this county For many years he was a prominent farmer in the Wood lake neighborhood but removed to Texas in 1869 and this is his first visit to his old home since then The union meeting to morrow night will be held at the Baptist BIG FOUR ROUTE Church and the sermon will be THURSDAY AUGUST 1st is entertained preached by Rev George Darsie of f Messrs Steve Black A W Mack the Christian Church At the Usual EXCEEDINGLY lin Sidney Bedford and Rev E S Al POPULAR RATES Niagara Lake Chautauqua Dr Baxters office is over Bar- Â¬ FROM derman of this county left Wednes- Â¬ and Return and Return day for a two weeks camp on the retts New Depot Careful and 500 450 skillful dental surgery at moderate CINCINNATI 450 banks of the Cumberland river DAYTON 450 SPRINGFIELD400 350 Masters Maupin and Pickett Wood- Â¬ prices COLUMBUS 400 350 son have been confined to bed for the DELEWARE 400 350 past two weeks at the home of their you weak GALION 400 350 parents on the West Side with fever worn out take and TORONTO only 100 more The former is still confined to bed BROWNS IRON BITTERS and THOUSAND ISLANDS on- Â¬ but the latter is able to be up ly 500 more than rates to Nia- Â¬ A party composed of Masters gara Falls Thos Barrett Franklin Miles James BIG POUR ROUTE Hughes and Edmund Richardson left Our patrons know the excellent To The this city Monday to go into camp quality of these persoaally conduct Â¬ near Knights bridge on Elkhorn but special ttain the returned Wednesday having been KNIGHT TEMPLAR edBIG FOUR excursion viaroute the natural driven in by the wet weather to rhe Falls via Buffalo Elegent CONCLAVE Miss Nellie Fellmer has been ex Â¬ Wagner Sleeging Car accomodaSol- Â¬ tremely ill with fever for the past tions will be provided for all three weeks but it is thought the BOSTON MASS AUG 25 31 id Trains of Parlor Cars and Coach- Â¬ crisis was reached yesterday and it is ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP es run through without change how hoped that she will begin to re- Â¬ cover After a refreshing sleep of For particelars write to nearest ten hours yesterday she awoke Magnifloient Sleeping Oar Service agent El aant Dining Cars rational and her fever had gone down BIG- FOUR ROUTE Tickets good going Aug 19 to two degrees 25th good returning until Sep- E O McCormick D B Martin tember 10th with privilege of exT- A Eor Rent Pass Traffic Mgr G P tension until September 30th A cottage of three rooms hall For full particulars call on agent kitchen and cellar located on Big Four Route or address The U Govt Reports South Shelby street Apply at this E O McCormick D B Martin Mbow Royal Baking Powder office or to J B Polk Pass Traffic Mgr G P 38 tf T A iuperlor to all othan Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges of Louisville who have been visiting their cousins Misses Julia and Mattie McClure left yesterday for Stamping Ground Uncle Minus Williams the venera- Â¬ ble jailer of the connty is lying very ill at his home near the Court House and but little hope of his recovery Leestown Chapel Rev Olusky Blayney D D of the First Presbyterian Church will preach at 730 oclock to morrow evening All are invited to attend J Mc- Â¬ Niagara Falls LAKE CHAUTAUQUA TORONTO and THOUSAND ISLANDS VIA II all feel Hm VW VT 1 4tSi 5 P MS w Â¬ - 4 i - Â¬ Â¬ - S 1 SI i m KrF i n t re i i gnnrirmnnrinnrtnnjinjirLarinnn A fr barge Stone Â¬ IY1 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 ling beauty All eyes view with surprise its price value and style I5j Selbert 1H JbJ A 12 V lji lEfi xJinnrinJUUirutJinjTJaiuiruinnr Linger not in doubt about it Purchase now it s too late wnen all are sold Our new watches work day and night and dont need watch ing uur ciocks majce perieci siaves oi inemseives Duy one uv XL mil puvc x Hieing iiicau i xo m uvav jvahi kjx a okl Â¬ vllc jr The Leading Jeweler bVlv Forks of Elkhorn Bfsai Sl Q f lull C- VJll - vd BE8TINQUALI1 v- - -- V t St1 Vi Court House where he could receive better attention and the tAnrl Those AVlio are Using He was ventilation was good Money and Whisky In Elec Â¬ given the best medical attention tions Will Catch It and was well nursed but notwithThe executive committee of the standing this his condition grew Law and Order Club held a meet- steadily worse until Thursday ing a few days ago and determined when he died The remains were to see that the law against bribery shipped to his former home in at elections is enforced against all Fleming county yesterday Offenders and persons who are Got One Heat using or propose to use money orwhisky at the coming primary Mr R P Peppers fine trotting should take warning in time mare Pelerine by Norval and out The attention of all persons inof an Onward dam started in the terested is called to the following 217 class race at Detroit Michiprovisions of the law gan on Thursday and won the Sec 1575 Selling or Furnishing Whoever sells loans first heat in 215 but was never Liquors gives or furnishes to any person closer than fourth in any of the or persons either directly or indi other four heats trotted She rectly spiritous vinous or malt got third money however This liquors or any other intoxicating was a great disappointment to Mr drink in any precinct town city or county of this Commonwealth Peppers friends here as they upon the day of any general or hoped he would win the race primary election therein shall be Got the Swag guilty of misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined The McCreary Guards of this the sum of not less than twenty ve or more than fifty dollars for city went over to Flemingsburg each offense which may be recov- on Thursday to engage in a compeered by proceedings in any court tition drill and walked away with of competent juridiction or by the prize of one hundred dollars indictment in the circuit court for the best drilled comReceiving offered Sec 5 18 Bribery bribe What is bribery Any per pany The Flemingsburg Winson guilty of receiving a bribe for chester and two Lexington comhis vote at an election or lor ser- panies were entered for the convices or influence in procuring test but only the former drilled a vote at an election shall be against our boys fined from fifty to five hundred from dollars and be excluded Fixing Up Â¬ WII1I1 ENFORCE THE LAW A Temporary Stoppage Owing to the breaking of some IOST IN QUANTITY Â¬ No preaching at Buck Run Sunday portion of the machinery at the Bro Burdin has closed the protract Â¬ ed meeting which he recently held power house of the electric line on with his church at Graefensburg Thursday no cars were running Shelby county He reports twenty two additions and the church greatly from early in the morning until revived late in the afternoon Bro S 0 Mitchell has tendered his resignation as pastor of the Buck Cut Flowers - Â¬ Â¬ When you want cut flowers of any kind you want them cut fresh to preserve their beauty and fragrance Therefore Powers greenhouse is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by anyone in either cut flowers or plants A full supply of plant j will be kept at the store from now on and sold at prices that cant be Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ beat 35 tf Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending July 27 1895 Mat- 2 Botts Miss Eva dred Calvert Cyrus -- Black W H Arney Miss tie Jones Miss Cora Harney J H Liberman S H Martin Miss Annie North Miss Mattie North Con Northern Photo Moore Â¬ Â¬ Bard Mrs Mil Â¬ J B Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cason H L Curran 0 W Downey Jno Co Duton James Pierce James Davis Mrs Mandy Perkins John Green Henry Smith Chas I Gateley John P Stone Mrs Annie Stone MraEdwina Graves Sallie McGraw Mrs Ben Terry Richard Howard Geo Tomar John Henry Chas E Tories Willie B Hudson Bryant TThompson H A Westry J L Hulett Lego A if M m ft office and suffrage 1 Bribe or bribery means any reward benefit or advantage present or future to the party in- Â¬ fluenced or intended to be influ- Â¬ enced or to another at his instance or the promise of such reward benefit or advantage 2 Money or other things of value given or lent in part or in whole to be betted on the result of the election or the promise thereof or a bet with another that such other will vote for a named candidate and the gift or promise of a share in any such bet made or to be made shall be deemed a bribe 3 Whoever shall receive money or other things of value to be used for the purpose of procuring or influencing a vote or votes shall be deemed to have been bribed Bribing Sec 1587 Bribery another Whoever shall bribe another shall on conviction be finedfrom fifty to one hundred dollars or imprisoned from ten to ninety days or both so fined or imprisoned and be excluded from office and suffrage Co Messrs D C Crutcher are making some convenient im- Â¬ provements in their store getting ready for their mammoth fall stock putting in a new heating apparatus and have purchased an elegant music box of the latest improved pattern to make delight Â¬ ful music for their customers who is seriously ill ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING CAUd run dully between Mr James Alley and family have removed to our village We extend to them a cordial welcome A marriage is announced to take Bau View Mich TW place in our vicinity in a short time VIA The Madam is correct this time Six weeks till frost if we are to judge by the music of the katydid Rev J K P South pastor con- Â¬ Macintosh Jos Waddell Jno 02 ducted divine services at the Vi M Bailway And 0 calling for these letters Christian Ohuroh in this place last When The dlpect route to Sunday at the usual hours please say advertised Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse Mrs W C Bedford received infor Â¬ S B Holmes P M City Elk Eaplds Charlevoix mation Friday of last week of the Petoskey and Bay View serious accident to her brother Mr This Is the only linn by which iwsengers to the Â¬ Will Allen at his home near Lexing Traverse Region are landed ut ton which caused the loss of ail the City Traverse fingers on the left hand The injury WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS was the effect of his heroic tasic in life of his brother Steve For full Information hs to time of trains etc saving the C m j ntA wilte any represematUe Bit which was endangered by his team Four Route running off with a reaper We under Â¬ D B MAiniN is doing as could be E O McCphmick Mgr stand Mr Allen Ho Run Church Mr Robert Jones who has been engaged in the tobacco culture in our midst this season left last week for his home in Arkansas Mrs Ann Bedford has been quite sick at her home near this place for the cast week or two but i better at this writing Mrs Mary Stedman and Miss Williams left last week for a months visit to relatives in Union county Wheat about all threshed The yield is not as large as at first antici Â¬ i pated The apple crop is more abundant in this section this season than for many years Peas plums and grapes also abundant The blackberry crop is almost a complete allure at least as far as this neck of the woods is concerned The finest crop of oats that has been harvested for many years glad ens the sons of toil this season The growing crop of corn is in a prosperous condition clearly indi Â¬ cating an ample harvest We were called to the South Benson neighborhood last Sunday week to visit Mr J D Parrent Uncle Jep DIMS vermifuge 29 WHITES CREM FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY Â¬ BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD BY AM DRUGGIST PrprJ by nicHARDgoxnitnuiMf to bt tons Mayl2 ly TABLERSniI BUCK EYE OINTMENT A SURE n lILL CURE CO CURES NOTHING BUT PILES BEST REMEDY for PILES Pwptrtd by MOHAMSOH HEP May 12 1 known for 15 years as the and CERTAIN SOU BT AM DRUGGISTS y ST LOUIS SEEK THE- - CDDL - RESORTS - DF U MICHIGAN Cincinnati and Big Pour Route jjp0fRQ s YM C A Notice Mr H A Girod will be in the city to day and to morrow Mr Girod is the prospective secretary for our local Y M C A and will lecture to the meeting Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock in the lecture room of the First Presby- Â¬ terian Church IJlves Every Day Thousands of cases of Consump- Â¬ tion Asthma Coughs Colds and Croups are cured every day by Shilohs Cure For sale by John Co W R Williams 39 It Saves Vfcrtfc WFT 1 Woodson sold on who was Wednesday nine hogsheads of the James Landreth brought here from Rowan county crop of tobacco raised on his as a witness in some moonshine Bald Knob place last year at prices cases at the June term of the Fed- ranging from 7 10 to 2 150 eral Court and for contempt of For Rent A house of three court ient to jail for sixty days rooms and kitchen 121 Logan was stricken with typhoid fever a street Well of good water in week or so ago and was removed yard For terms apply at this from the jail to one of the jury office or 1 13 Logan street rooms in the second story of the 47 it Mr D M Â¬ Died nt the Court House A Good Sale Pass Tm Genl Pass Tkt Agt expected under the circumstances Mrs Hallie Hickman of Cynthiaua ANNOUNCEMENT is visiting her sister Mrs Drue Darnell in our village For Representative Miss Mary Lucas of Woodford W are authorize to county has been visiting her brother VloLETT as a candidateannounce TAMtS A for Representative Mr M B Lucas and family the past of Kr mklln county lu the next Legislature sub ect to the action of the Democratic pariy two weeks Primary election August 6 lbJ5 Mr G M Brock left here Monday SfSSK for Georgetown where he is work Â¬ LAWYERS ing at his trade carpentering Mr method and results when Robert Howe also left for Lexington Both the IV BLACKBURN Jr on the Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut at the same time and attend same their business May succes and refreshing to the taste and acts efforts Attorney and Counselor at Law gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Jg 472 Louisiana Ate Guiiton Of course Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys abundant raineverybody knows that has fallen during the Washington D C head past week causing new life to spring tem effectually dispels colu June 15 1 habitual up in the vegetable kingdom aches and fevers and cures constipatiou Syrup of Figs is the Mr Jas Wilkerson of Texas visited WM CROMWELL only remedy of its kind ever pro relatives in our midst the first of the Attorney at Law duced pleasing to the taste and ac week ceptable to the stomach prompt in Mrs Matte Rapeley and daughter Frankfort Kentucky its action and truly beneficial in its Miss Florence of Louisville and Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In tho effects prepared only from the most Miss Liza Featherston of Midway Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties special attention to the pur healthy and agreeable substances its were the guests of Mrs Sarah and will also give real entate collection of rents chase and sale of Featherston and family recently claims and the negotiation of louns many excellent qualities commend it Mrs Cora Carpenter and family of 10 all and have made it the most Fishervillerand Miss Mary Dehoney popular remedy known FOR SALE visiting havo of Louisville Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c friends and relatives in boonmidst this our aDd 81 bottles by nil leading drug week DESIRE TO SELL MY RE3IDENCK ON THE corner of Third and Shelby streets South gists Any reliable druggist who convenient we predicted a goodly number i raukfort One of the most the city I ami de may not have it on hand will pro ofAa sirable family residences In teachers were left in the scramble fer my lurnltur Ht private snle For alio of terms cure it promptly for any one who for schools ye scribe hereof being apply to the undersigned SAML R SMITH 43 liu wishes to try it Do not accept airy one substitute S Alderman of Woodlako Rev E f who has been very ill for several CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO exe Â¬ weeks past wo are glad to stato is re Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL office covering as rapidly as possible new vork ny Louisville rr t W VA si 0TI3 ENJOYS k 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Job work neatly cuted at this - m FftANKFORT ROUNDABOUT when rain during Botered at the post olllco nt FmnMortKentuckr as second class mailable mattor fell nearly every day THE NEW F F V LIMITED Commencing I m fl Fn W i Bfc m K V F secure a new hearing in the bank only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ tax cases propriation s lows that the Chesapeake and Judge Lewis filed a petition Ohio The paper that makes such has scenery y k that he had paid by mistake 60 esting Ry alone to demand an interÂ¬ TmW -Obenough J declaration is necessarily an enemy too much taxes It was ordered servation Car The F F V Limited of Franklin county It cannot refunded is the only train running- through hide itself behind the blind that The ordinance granting the from Cincinnati to New York that such action would not be in ac- Western Union Telegraph Co the enables the business men to trans1 cordance with its wishes For it right of way over the streets and act business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next raises the issue of its own accord It is alleys was given its first passage the only train for Jersey City Coast and uses it to influence Democratic A resolution directing the Lewis resorts which arc- - reached by the votes in this county Ferry Turnpike to have its toll F F V at dinner time instead of The consequence of such decla Â¬ It is the only gate situated on the lower end of in the evening ration by a Democratic daily of train that enables business men to Wilkinson street removed from Pft transact business in Cincinnati one this city is to consolidate the Re the city limits was adopted day and reach Washington for publican members against Frank- Â¬ Resolution allowing Walter M breakfast the next morning It is fort and the indications are that Franklin 50 for his services as the most desirable train for New without Republican legislative reading clerk for the past eighteen England resorts connections being votes there is little chance of any mntiflic urnc Executes on short notice and in the latest style i4nn4iinnntmnncli auuyi- - made in the Union Depot in Kill n o Washington with the Colonial rrnnSlnn Express running through to Boston Duiicungs ever passing that body which reaches New Haven 410 p Large Onions The Legislature is certainly going f m New London 530 p m to be largely Republican and Mr James B Gaines brought to Providence 715 p m and Boston there may be a majority Land- Â¬ this office on Tuesday several fine 830 p m The F F V is the oniy modern train lighted through- Â¬ slides seldom have any defined samples of his crop of potatoe out with Electricity carrying a limits onions three of which weighed Dining Car and an Observation We happen to know that votes one and three quarter pounds Car have been lost to Frankfort by The Washington and Atlantic When Traveling Express also an Electric Lighted of such arguments in city the use elections heretofore and the Daily Whether on pleasure bent or Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ Capital seems disposed to enlarge business take on every trip a ington 246 pk mi and Old Point the area of antagonism in greater bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts Comfort 6oo p m Connection degree It would have the entire most pleasantly and effectually on is made at Washington with the Republican legislative vote ar- Â¬ the kidneys liver and bowels pre- Â¬ Boston Express or the Limited rayed against an appropriation venting fevers headaches and reaching New York nbout 900 m m m m p m At Norfolk connection is under its threat of duress forms of sickness For sale made with the Old Dominion other What use to elect a Democrat in 50 cent and 1 bottles by all Steamship Line reaching New if the Republican members are leading druggsts Manufactured York 300 p m trie next day told his election was due to a fright by the California Fig Syrup Co New Midland Time Table about an appropriation and votes only for a Republican candidate were Midland 1 Effective June 3d AU Recommend It No 8 suppressed for that reason Just as Ask your physician your drug trains arrive as follows well whistle up the wind as to get gist and your friends about Shilohs 1815 a m No 2 1130 a m Republican support under such Cure for Consumption Thev will No 4 73 - P m No East bound trains depart For sale by John recommend it You cant maul fa W R Williams conditions 1 a m No 7 1 p m No 3 Co 7 39 man and then ask him to give you 4 P- m- Horse Shoeing No 1 makes connection for pie And without Republican Cincinnati Lexington Richmond -support any appropriation bill is Steel Toeing x Sioo nH nnnf 5nilfhh doomed Four Shoes No 7 makes- connection for Capital therefore takes Four Removes The 4 Cincinnati V the position of a public enemy Setting all Tires of Two- No 3 makes connection for 200 Cincinnati Rich- Winchester 10 serve a narrow dyspeptic pur- Â¬ horse wagon Blank Books of fill kinds gotten tip in the highest style off All other work in proportion mond Maysville Lexington and pose it is willing to wreck a W K Utterback poi ts south the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Jo measure for the welfare of the C D Bercaw ii State and the incidental benefit of G P A Work of all kinds solicited BIG FOUR ROUTE m Frankfort and its unemployed The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ workmen Best Line to the North anil East Will ecutes all orders promptly All lines from the South make and deliver work at your A Very Worthy Object direct connections in Central callfor Union Station Cincinnati with door t Telephone No 17 24 It is proposed to give a concert VMiYh ir rf trtA HI Tvmi If you dont want good work and dance at Thorn Hill Park Wed to Chicago St Louis Indianapo- Â¬ Cleveland New dont try the Capital Steam lis Columbus nesdayevening next the proceeds For full infor- Â¬ Laundry York and Boston 24 tf to go to the relief of Mr Alex mation call on nearest agent or Szymanski and family The address 215 217 and 219 St Glair Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky local band both brass and string E O McCormuck Pass Traffic Mgr has already volunteered its services DBMartin GenTPass Ticket Agent free and it is hoped that other Cincinnati O musicians of the city will do likeTo Winch ester wise and that a large crowd will IX the cream of Cod liver Oil with be in attendance If you cannot Hypophosphites is for THE CHANCE OF A Midland train No 3 leaving AD LIFETIME Â¬ Coughs go purchase a ticket for you can- Frankfort at 4 p m Ynakes close than FOUR OKNTS a week Thinkofit fk K Colds Ifiss not contribute to a more worthy connection at Paris Junction with i Jll ltll mm By uu arrangement iriui ino puuusners oiW Sore Throat Mfjf llio Evening Post of Louisville X am vnuuicu K C for Winchester arriving at VI V cause to make an unprecedented offer to the news mSL Bronchitis JT m Winchester at 6 10 KKm paper readers of Kentucky Iwill send the b dfzPmt Weak Lungs cluding the defeat of a capital ap- Â¬ Â¬ 1 August and nearly every farmer the F F V Sunday May 13th Limited will leave was caught with his wheat still in Cincinnati dailv at noon GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub the field anch the shocks looked arriving at Washington1220 at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila like a solid mass 7of green yet the m PRANKFfiRT JULY 27 1895 sprouted wheat brought far better delphia 1120 a m and New York p m The train will prices that year than good grain consist 140 A Public Enemy of Composite Car Elegant has for the past two seasons Day Coach with Smoking ComThe Daily Capital of this city partment Dinini Car Pullman Council Proceedings seems to be lending its efforts in Sleeping Cars of the latest and the direction of preventing any At the regular meeting of the most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis capital appropriation bill from being City Council Tuesdav night thei especially placed oh the Observa-is passed at the next session of the Mayor and City Attorney were tion Car Built by the Pullman Legislature It affirms that should appointed a committee to attend a Company from Chesapeake and the people of Franklin county conference at Louisville Aug Ohio plans the F F V Obser 15 choose to elect a Republican to of all the city and county officers vauon Lars serve their purpose the Legislature the Democratic in the State who are interested in Detter than any others that have ever been constructed members of that body will refuse employing additional counsel to As the F F V Limited is the to do anything for the county inÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ the jnonths of July and THE ROUNDABOUT m Ai THE PEOPLES PAPER -- A Everybody takes it Eyerybody reads Per i it - Â¬ Â¬ Subscript ion Only - H xm yun ijub EfcrAHlttNT- ill V - votft2 ftRtf Af y 1 V- s tm m iv All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed it f - H - BINDERY s M e 1 j- I a4 i j I 1 i X m miM GEO A LEWIS Proprietor Scotts ini life M Â¬ II II lk V k DpD VP CK lErK II IV w rtr jSfe J 11 1 JkVi r IM Wheat Sprouting Map of the Virginia Battlc- Â¬ WML The farmers who were so unfortunate as to have their wheat still unthreshed when the rains of the first of the week set in are complaining of the grain sprout- ing in the shock It certainly looked like we were to have a repetition of the summer of 1875 Fields The only correct map made from official papers in the war department with complete list of battles Sent on receipt of 25 cents in money or postage stamps Address C B Ryan Assistant General Passenger Agent C ORailway I Â¬ Consumption Loss of Flesh Emaciation Weak Babies Crowing Children Poor Mothers Milk Scrofula Anaemia tyiZf inii afternoon journal full market reports the Associated Press k JriV 057fc X by ZuTZ LOUISVILLb bVfcJNUNti HIST to any in Kentucky one year for a The 12 ago prepaid column address daily establtshcdin X870 the lead- 1 Wf post is an 8 8 pafo or Kentucky prints the full report of g m fjt i ViF V Cincinnati O ScottBowneNY in fact for all conditions call ing for a quick and effective nourishment Send for Pamphlet Free AUDruggliU 60c and 1- jMi- 4k sifis- iX Washington and Frankfort correspondence special telegraph nnws from allpuns oz Jientuoicy sporting news society racing oaoice miscellauy and live political matter The paper used is clear and easily write for the typo large andpersonsread Agontswantedadvantage terms of this who wish to take NOTICE All offer must make checks and money orders payable to B G BOYLE Room E 56 Third St Louisville Ky 7C h - ste- - zfe-- k 4fe 4fe 5is 4 k4 sfe rfc te- - a fI 1 iiiia iYiiij m Minim 1 F1 r3E Tjsr TW ft M a We Are Still Holding the Is V Fort large assortment Dissolution Call and see our da nn ran ca ran 12a na- ca ea D2l ISCT r n in Bd ca na mh ca We Mvesupplied our customers during Fl1 the past two weeks with shoes and hats Bg oheaper than they were ever sold in Frank- few-B for yourself and family an n r 1 fort Our prices Were the talk of the town ii Our customers appreciated it and patron A P ized us liberally II The warm weather is now here and you i will need summer hats and summer shoes Y0UNG i MM na na4 Remember we are the sole agents for the Rocklant Oo line of celebrated shoes carrry them in all style toes in congress ca na EEJ lem car and bals n Try a pair J eacacaiaaEaEaEaEHEaEUEaEaeuBae EaEiiaFjiacziFjjar3ar2inaaEaKi3cirtigiaf23 IlXeglieir 1 wm JSL 3ME SfcxrsAfcea na viir MM a wwii iiwEtg3iwMcgaBiauKTOiittai aca3aia5ara5asai3aa5ann uawauiacatiacauu rM r r vivj m u tt nirj ir wj inn jl kMkdk1kklkUka1UadlUUbUUJJCI4UUWjJ23k33JUjSi inii3rif3BiiaF3aciariaT3aaca m M rr kttii x a a ca ca nanananananann zz na na ca na ca na ca na FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT The Thirtieth Annual S8 Con Rev R H Crossfield Glasgow Vention of Kentucky Lex Â¬ vv J i UWICll iiciiuci sun JXCV ington August 13 14 FRANKFORT JULY 27 1895 J J Dickey Jackson Prof C A and 15 Leonard Cynthiana Geo B Jen Tunnel Burned Out The thirtieth Annual Convention n nffs NevvDort Rev W E A The wooden arch or lining of a of the Kentucky Sunday school Union will be held in Lexington M- tunnel at Mill Creek on the Short on August and 15 The UCIWCC1 JL21IIC XcUlIUclU ltnii uiijv prospects are13 for14the lagest gath and Cincinnati caught fire Saturday evening from a spark dropped ering of Sunday school workers ever held in Kentucky by a passing train and burned out ENTERTAINMENT yW causing a portion of the tunnel to wJvfall in thus blocking the road for The citizens of Lexington will l All of the through trains provide for the entertainment of all travel N system between delegates during- the Convention over the L Cincinnati and the South have in Lexingtons hospitality is too well consequence of the blockade been known to require any comment in passing through this city and get- these columns Every county in the ting into and out of Cincinnati State is entitled to five 5 dele over the Kentucky Central Rail- gates from the county at large road from Lexington while local Every school is entitled to one trains have been run on the Short delegate for each hundred memLine Division to the tunnel form bers or fraction thereof Those both Cincinnati and Louisville and who expect to attend should send passengers transferred over the their names in before August 10 The diversion of to E C Baldwin at Lexington so hill in wagons that traffic over this portion of the that homes may be provided road has caused a large addition TRANSPORTATIONS to be made to the yard crew at The railroads of the State have N Station and increased granted a rate of one fare for the the L the labors of Station Agent Hite round trip on presentation of and his assistants so very greatly proper certificates which may be that they now have hardly time sequred from county officers or to eat and sleep from Miss Mamie F Huber State Secretary of Louisville Books Wanted for Destitute P - rpH M ON ROE Â¬ Â¬ I I W - - nold Stanford Dr W R Ruble Mayfield Rev T C Gebauer Owensboro E S Boswell Smith field J L Amsden Versailles Prof J C Lewis Bowling Green Rt Rev T U Dudley Rev Geo E Foskett Geo Weedon Rev J A McKamy and Rev J A M Ziegler of Louisville Others will be added to this al- Â¬ ready representative list and a great convention is anticipated flHA iwmtm fflMI jw Patent STOIIEWBBE m RSfl WmiwuW tiv ll MfiED and THE ALASKA CHARCOAL i I Iffiffi WmmMmm SBt9JJrWlT53tr4V- rf9n9 - Â¬ The Keystone of the Arcli In the edifice of health Is vigor which means not only muscular energy but an active discharge of tho 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 and regulator Hostetters Stomach Bitters The resnlt of Its use Is a speedy gain In strength together with the agree able consciousness that the tenure of life 13 being strengthened that one Is laying up u store of vitality against the unavoidable draughts which old age makes upon the system The fortifying Influence of the Bitters constitute It a reliable safeguard against malaria rheumatism and kidney trouble Appetite and sleep Improve through Its use and It protects the system from the effects of cold and damp Â¬ wmjmmwm FILLED 1 I Â¬ -- vlHH Learner ana IWBWmrM BEFBlBfl II For Sale Ssr High Bridge Camp Meeting RuDDer Belting at Cost Children A poor family was burned out a Pfx few months ago losing all their and effects clothing books etc children for the want of books the will have to stay from school Now if our generous readers have a few school books no matter how old or dilapidated that they do not need they will confer a favor where it is badly needed by leaving them with the editor of this paper who will have them delivered to the right parties Books needed most are 1st 4th 5th and 6th readers 1st and 2nd part language one primary aricl two practical arith- Â¬ metics one history of Kentncky and one of the United States W His 73d Birthday yH - Mr Isaac Williams celebrated his 73d birthday at his home near this city on Wednesday Most of hischildren and grandchildren besides other relatives THE SPEAKERS and the old gentleman spent Great care has been taken in a pleasant and happy day in their The midst The dinner spread iwas the selection of speakers following have consented to take elegant and greatly enjoyed Mr Alfred part in the program day of Toronto Supt of Ontario Crops Should bo Good S S Assn Rev A L Phillips a If the crops in this locality are of Tuscaloosa Ala Miss Juliet hot good this year the people can E Dimock Supt of Primary Work blame themselves for we have had in New Jersey Mr Wm Rey Â¬ nice rainsevery few days for some nolds International Field Worker time and all vegetation seems to Those of our own State are Rev ft4Danville he iumDincr out of theerround J L McKee D D were-pres-ent Central Holiness Camp Meet- Â¬ ing Wilmore Ky meets July to August 9th 1805 29th One and one third fare for the Crescent round trip via Queen V THE PROGRAM meeting from all every day of A more attractive practical pro- points between Cincinnati andx Chattanooga inclusive gram has never been presented to Ask ticket agents for particulars the S S workers of Kentucky It or address fairly bristles with good things W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O will be conferences for coun- Â¬ There ty officers to discuss ways and Karls Clover Root Tea means The latest methods of S Is a sure cure for headache and PasS work will be considered nervous diseases Nothing relieves tors and Superintendents will have so quickly For sale by John W Co a joint conference and the topics R Williams 39 awak- Â¬ for discussion are such as to Do You Want to Trade for a en thought and arouse to action Piano There will be a Teachers Ex- Â¬ Amv nAfCAn urieVitniT frk trir1 o change The Home Class De- Â¬ good milk cow for a piano can partment and Normal Work will hear of such a trade by calling at S S Work in this office be ably presented 46 the Mountains of Kentucky is the For Rent topic of an address which will re veal many interesting facts A My new dwelling house on Shelby streets containing seven man thoroughly in touch with the subject will speak upon work rooms furnished or unfurnished This house has all the as desired among the colored people And modern conveniences and is in the not least among the good things most desirable part of the city will be the Primary Conferences For terms apply to Wm Cromwell which will benefit all who attend tf 42 Â¬ Â¬ A- 1- tj Cff u Are overstocked- on the following articles which I am selling at verylow figujes 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buygy Harness - 1H 200 Buggy Whips 125 150 Wagon Whips Horse Co lars 7000 bolts Wall Paper 30 Saddles Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 9 HorseCovers v 36 Lap Robes or Dusters j anc Mower Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand C E COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer CO 5 -- M JACOB SWIGERT Celery Plants Tor Sale I have a choice lot of celery plants White Plume Hender Â¬ sons Half Dwarf Giant Pascal New Rose and Boston latket which I will sell cheap Plants all well tjrown and hardy Insurance JL gents RESTORED MANHOOD y DR 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EasEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel MOTTS NEUYEIUNE Henry C Murray m Corner Steeleand Second streets 45 tf t The U S Govt Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to sit others Tho Brent remedy for rorvoiis prostration onrt all nervous diseases of tho pcnorntlvoorRniisot either sov such nsNerrous Prostration Fnll- Lit n Tnut lunfiini1 liiikntniAtf Vlcrhtlv Vmlsslnn Vmitliffil Vrnri Muntnl Worry oxcof5vo nso of Tnuarco or Opium which JeadtoCon Riimiitlon niiil Iniiuilty with overy o order wo kivo a vf rltten euar PILLS H1- JFor Sale by torSiOO lilt MOlTUCtlKMIUAXCO X3IOXjJMBS Ss BI3R Cleveland Ohio Dx-u-g-grLst- s Y iy Private buildings constructed of marble from Mt Hymettus or Mt Pentelicon are numerous The drives in certain quarters of the city show you streets which are an unfailing delight to the eye While the view from any lofty point reveals an array of streets and houses that is pleasing in- Â¬ deed But what the ancient city must have been in its golden prime its majestic ruins with mute eloquence still testify In classic interest there is no other spot on earth comparable to Athens The four days we spent there were days of exquisite charm Aiiain and again we climbed the Acropolis wandered among the broken columns of the Parthenon looked at the shattered walls of the Erechtheum both of which stand on its summit or gazed from every side down upon the cit This towering hill is the depository of all that is glorious in Anthenian history And from it you can see every memorable site of the ancient city Below you on the east rise the fifteen lofty columns of the temple of Jupiter Olympus a once notable edifice And beyond you see the Stadium where the ancient Athenian games were held and you are interested to learn that it is being now refitted for a renewal of the ancient contests next April Right beneath you and running clear up to the Acropolis is the semicircular theatre of Dionysus Where the plays of Sophocles and Eschylus were first given to the Athenian public You can easily believe the story that formerly it had seats enough to accommodate an audience or 30000 You turn around to the west and three openings in the opposite hill each cov- Â¬ ered with a grated door are point- Â¬ ed out and you are told that they are the Prison of Socrates Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MR DARSIESTRIP TJio Aegean and Athens yC From the Christian Guide - Ci rt The elegant Frerch steamer Senegal bore our party in seven days from Beyrout to classic Athens But we made repeated stops of longer or shorter duration by the way and pursued a very zig zag course else the journey had taken less than half the time The weather was ideal and the briny deep without a ripple It We was the luxury of travel first passed the island of Cyprus Unfortu- Â¬ going by on the South nately the shadows of night prevented more than an obscure glimpse But its very presence Â¬ sent us to the account of Pauls SV y A V M re first missionary journey and we read with fre li interest of Sergius Paulus the deputy and of the attempt of Elymas the sorcerer to turn him from the truth We felt a new admiration for the great apostle who blasted the pretentions of that vain je vrter of the rig it way of the Lord and who in thus promptly meeting the emergency demonstrated his splendid capaci ty for leadership Now we pass the coast of Cilicia and the range of Taurus uprears atself in the distance giving us more memories of the same great man who was born in the no But a miean city of that region day later we have compassed the coast of Asia Minor and are now making our way northward among the numerous islands which have long given this part of the Aegean dts more usual designation the We next cross the Aegean to We do not quite Archipelago see Patmos whither the Apostle Salonika the ancient Thessalonica John was banished for the testi where Piul founded an important mony of Jesus and where he church and to which he wrote Its population runs wrote the Apocalypse but we get two letters 3 good idea of it by seeing the over 100000 and is mainly Jew other islands near it and just like ish And it is to be doubted if it At Samos we make our first they are in any wise more noble and that in the most northern cell stop and are reminded of Pauls than in Pauls day As we sailed of the three he swallowed the hem return trip from his third mission Â¬ into the harbor of Salonika snow lock You may believe it or not ary iourney when he landed here capped Olympus the home of the as you choose I confess that my Samos is a prosperous island with gods of Greece looked calmly faith was weak But when I saw down upon us and revived in us a the ruins of the Agora a few days a population of over its chief article of export multitude of classic memories later and remembered how the being the famous Samian wine of Right adjoining Olympus was the blunt old philosopher loved to go which our ship took aboard 350 Vale of Temple and n the other there at full market and talk casks Vatliy is is principal city side Ossa and Pelion r se before with the people I did not need arid lies on the steep mountain our wondering eyes but we doubt this so called Prison to brinii him side of its eastern coast overlook Â¬ ed whether piling one upon the vividly before me More anthen ing a fine harbor Samos is nomi Â¬ other as the historic phrase runs ticthan the Prison is the ancient nally under the Turkish govern wotild make a mountain as high as Und mark just beyond which is Behind us too the known as the Pnyx where the ment though practically allowed Olympus to govern itself Rhodes Coos pyramidal form of sacred Athos Athenians of old gathered to in pur hear their famous orators Chios and Mytelene are the other emerged from the waters It is of the Archipelago sighted ple distance fair Had Parnassus an elevated artificial terrace islands by the apostle and named by the but deigned to show himself our stretching hundreds of feet both historian in his account of the sitisfaction would have been com ways and sloping toward the north We hasten on to plete As it was our ees great Â¬ eist where the Bema or platform same journey Smyrna where our ship lays to ly rejoiced in the privileged feast was on which the orator stood for thirty hours and gives us an We had seen the most noted of all to address the people I felt sure But now we as I took my station there that I opportunity to run around the Greek mountains to make an excursion to are sailing into the PireaUs cityand the was standing in the very spot Ephesus forty five miles away port of Athens A carriage drive where Demosthenes had often Smyrna is the most important city of some four miles through heat stood to sway the populace with of Asia Minor with over 200000 and dust brings us at last to the his magic speech We took an inhabitants and is celebrated for city of the violet crown As we afternoon for the drive along the its figs and its raisins the world drive along we think of the two Sacred Way to Eleusis eleven over The tomb of Polycarp the great walls something -- over 100 miles northwest of the city where aged Bishop and contemporary of y irJs apart which formerly con- Â¬ the famous Eleusinian Mysteries We crossed the the apostle John who here suf-Â¬ nected Athens with the Pireaus were celebrated fered martyrdom in the second and traces of which our eyes now historic Cephissus on the way century overlooks the city the tall search for in vain Modern now an almost imperceptible cypress that stands at its head Athens has almost doubled its stream and passed by Platos By no population within ten years and olive tree which if it never saw being visible everywhere means the least interesting thing promises to be in the nearTiiture Platos day is nevertheless a very to me was the Isaac Errctt mem Â¬ a city of many attractions Its old tree Farther along we looked orial chapel where the little band Academy of Science built in the upon the place where Xerxes of Disciples holds its weekly classic Grecian style is an archi- is said tovhave sat while the great L V M Toutjian tectural gem and its University naval battle of Salamis was being meetings preaches for them though not at when finished will be even finer fought where he was compelled present in the employ of the The house of the late Dr Schlie to see his ships beaten and scat- Â¬ Board It was through his kind tnann the well known explorer of tered by the Athenian fleet under ness I saw the chapel and met the site of Troy stands out in fair Themistocles The ruins at Eleusis several of the brethren and sisters proportions covered with beauti are extensive and the musium inThey are still trying to keep the ful statuary Many public build- teresting though small All going though little can be ings have been recently erected knowledge of the Mysteries has work done in their weakness and which would adorn any pity perished but Cicero one of the Â¬ Â¬ forty-thousand -- helping without the hand of the Foreign Society For the sake of the sainted man whose name the chapel bears as well as for the renewal of the former prosperity of the work of Christ in this important center I trust the board may soon see its way clear to the aiding of the little congregation of Smyrna Of our excursion to Ephesus I can only speak in very general terms We went by rail It was a red letter day What an enor- Â¬ mous city Ephesus must have been to leave behind such ruins We rode on horseback miles and miles among them and then didnt But we begin to see them all saw the remains of the church of the apostle John of the theatre where the mob howled for two Great is Diana of the hours of the School ol Ephesians Tyrannus of the gymnasium of the Odeon and of the great tem Â¬ ple of Diana which was one of the wonders of the ancient world Ephesus like Sardis and Laodicea has ceased to be Only a few small buildings now mark the spot of what was once the metropolis of proconsular Asia The long leg- Â¬ ged storks that perch and build their nests on the tops of her broken columns are more numer ous than the villagers who inhabit these humble dwellings And as I gazed at those dignified and wise looking birds standing motionless in their places they seemed to be like survivors of that ancient day oppressed with the memory of the citys departed Â¬ poverty initiated is on record as sayiug that they taught one not only to live happily but to die with a fairer hope But to the Christian the most sacred site of Athens is of course Mars Hill where the great apostljstood toprocjaim the u nknowtv God It lies just below the Acropolis on the northwest and is ascended by artificial stes cut in the natural rock It was formerly faced with marble cover- Â¬ ed with marble seats and dotted with the statues of the gods And as Paul began his memorable ad- Â¬ dress therehis spirit must have been stirred within him afresh -- by the great heathen temples in plain view on both sides of him and the countless images of the godsthat were everywhere Reading his speech on the very spot where it was delivered and seeing even a small remnant of whit he saw gave to his words for me a mean ing and an incisive power they never had before and strange as it would have seemed to his audi at the time that was the most en- Â¬ during speech ever spoked in Ss2rSll ill 52M flsK err dfl W EEwlir IK AKMCM TC0 tWHttSKtBSM ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE ys rrm SSMl SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Kit stood the Tert Tine MOftE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED K Deo 15 1 yG f UCO Lp XL PERSONS HAVINO fLAIMS AGAINST theflrm of rnves Bi others of Swnllow fleld are requested to presei t thf same to me properly proton as required by law and all A II Athens George Darsie on the uuderslgued und settlu persons Indebted td said linn are requested to call July B B GRAVES at o ce 2C-2- t- Svrallowfleld I Ky V The Ills of Women Constipation causes more than half the ills of women Karls Clover Root Tea is a pleasant cure for constipation For sale by Co John W R Williams 39 i n Iw aiiff V NEW FAMILY 43 KlUEIT JORDAN ST CLAIR STREET J c- a Hand Mashed Church Tinsley Adams Express Messenger on the Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland was assisting in coupling an engine to a baggage and express car at Pairis on Tues- Â¬ day when he got his left hand caught between the bumpers mashing it badly but fortunate- Â¬ ly breaking no bones so that his hand will not be permanently injured j Mr The Queen F0BTUNE Proprs i Stf- - in the Grocery line Fruits and Vegetables fresh and nice Orders promptly filled and deliver Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and see us mayll Sm ya ft r i i at FORTUNE JORDAN DR W I KELLEY m Ohiokamauga Veterans and thehfriends will all want to attend the great National Park dedication at Chica Oresoenfc Route to OF CINCINNATIOwill be at tne Â¬ PSOEITI IN LEXINGTON HOTEL KY ble event Do you want to know how to Saturday August 3 1895 make the trip and whafyoull see Saturday August 17 1895 when you reach the journeys end HEMORRHOIDS wlnt are Write to W C Rinearson G P form cured without surgerytermed piles In any Crescent A of the Queeu ULCERATION and CATARRH or the rectum also Route Cincinnati Illustrated and cured FISTULm anu riaSUHta tuiru descriptive matter upon applica- Â¬ tion REEERENCES Crescent Route W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky The Oueen J A Scott Frankfort Ky to Chattanooga is the best line Anthony Leach Frankfort Kj J X Staten Frankfort Ky and has the reputation of unequal V Berberlcli Frankfort M ed service of handsome trains of Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Frankfort Ky ace day coaches and through A H McOlure Frankfort Kj vVv J Uiuhes David eepers from New Orleans Mer Â¬ las M Moore Benson Ky Ky WlthrowFrankfoit idian Shreveport Vicksburg and DR KELLETS ofttco and residence is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where be may to Chattanooga be found everj day of each week except SATIJR- Birmingham Quick schedul s and interesting DAYS W I KELLEY M D scenery en route help to make the 413 W Eight StOlnclnnatlO Crescent and Southern Queen route par excellence TO THE CENTER OF B miuga this fall It will be a nota- Â¬ J3S Hi msm n - McCoys Cooperage We are prepared to make coop erage of all kinds whisky tubs kraut tubs cider and pickel bai rels c on short notice and of Give us a call the best material at shop on Short street Son J B McCoV CHICAGO BY THE MOM Louisville New Albany ROUTE Chicago Ky Co 46 4L Elegant trains morning and even Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville And Liver Complaint you have a Ian diner passengers an the Dearborn printed guarantee on every bottle station Chicago Five minutes fromÂ¬ nmu of Shibhs Vitalizer It never fails but ijrjftuinjt nuioLo for con necting with Trunk Lines For sale by John W R to cure Co Williams 39 St Paul For Dyspepsia Notwithstand the advance in all kinds of leather our prices on harness and saddles remain the Call and examine the same largest stock ever in Frankfort Mastin Bros 38 tf Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated It absorbs the and Itching Piles tumors allays the itching at once gives instant aots as a poultice Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing elBe Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists- - sent by 100 per box mail for 50c and 25 Omaha Denver San Francisco -- x AND THE- - Â¬ Piles Piles f Piles NORTHWEST Call For S JS rm 9 w s xn Ji I i 2t Tickets By The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IvdZonozi E H BACON D v Â¬ WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve Â¬ Baird land O Sold by Holmes iy FRANKJ h 6 P REED A F A Louisville i Chicago SJ- Mil 1 I I t j m V-Uf BilWifJBU m RS Tliis is wliat I ancrgcinLgf to r liarre people sa sr BTTPFT pv4 s 1U JJU V Cheapest Place in Frankfort vfvrUULiD VI frvwwvwvwwwwjd i XjmriJ To dose out myentire stock of china I am giving tinware away at present prices every piece in my large stock will be Granite ware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of showy goods Call Ironing BoardsBrooms Mops Dusters Tubs Bucketsis cost No trouble to Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c and get prices complete aiid lower than you can buy for elsewhere- -- IP UK - if 7 rT JOE3Z3ST Work Well Done D Murray and v Jiff i ST MisS Last week we made mention of the fact that Mr Tims VV Hinjte proposecUo utilize the water power f V bf the old Macklin dam near the tftffi1- - Forks of Elkhorn to liftwaterirom i i me creeic nuo ms resiaencer a IU quarter of a mile away and now a the work has abiut been complet- ed by Mr EU Power of this city hy- who had the contract draullc ram was put in at the dam which forces the water into a tank erectedrfnear the house at suffic ent height to carry water into every room in the house as well ns to supply hydrants put in at different points about the place to furnish stock water This and other im provements together with its bv Matrimonial Murray Finnie fr t JzXCIEdiXLjJlLS IR STREET JET M 1 - fcOUISVIliLnB TOBACCO MAR Thomas Finnie weremarried Sunday after Sales on our marketer the week jusb closed amount to 3455 hhds with noon at the home of the bride on receipts for the same period of 3583 North Wilkinson street Rev hhds Sales on our market since Jak George Darsie officiating DURRETT Melissa FURNISHED BY GLOVERWAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO If So ifWhy Not And Why Not So our ters the Great Headquar in The marriage of Mr Thomas H Stagg and Miss Bettie Keenon is announced to take place next Wednesday morri ingJuly 31st at 6 oclock a m It iVto be a very quiet affair with only the immediate relatives of the contracting parties present The young couple will leave immediately for a bridal trip and on their return will locate in CincinÂ¬ Stagg Keenon Â¬ m k- nati where the groom will go in- Â¬ Both the jypung to business location renders Millbrook an people are well known and popu- Â¬ ideal country home and stock lar in Frankfort society the farm groom being the son of the late Geo T Stagg and the bride the A Card handsome daughter of Mr U To those la lies and gentlemen Keenon Teller of the Deposit who so kindly contributed in apy Bank manner whatsoever to the success Deaths of the festivities before or on the Hulett Mrs Eliza Hulett of evening of our Lawn Fete and this city died in Louisville on especially to those ladies compos ing the board of lady mana ers Friday and the remains were jfcthe press in general who so thor- Â¬ brought here Saturday morning Her funeral took oughly advertised the affair the for interment The de-Â¬ numerous to place Sunday afternoon fair waitresses too mention the visiting Knights of the ceased was the widow of the late Essenic Order the members of Allep Hulett and lived for many the various foreign orders present years in Woodford county and to the public we tender our Qoinley The infant child of moat sincere and cordial thanks Mr John Quinley and wife died - and we are happy to announce Sunday morning not realizing as much as although To Bo Kold Some More we expected however no fault of the public we cleared a balance The farm of Hon L J Cox under very discouragingcircum near Stedtmnville this county will Very respectfully K A again be offered at commissioners stances E O Frankfort Senate No 12 sale on Monday August 5th The farm has been sold several times Frank G Stagg Secretary before but the purchasers failed to give bond Basu Ball -- Common tomedium leaf 0 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf uary 1st amount to 113644 hhds Sales Â¬ store to be of the crop of 1894 on onr market to We claim this date amount to 113880 hhds for bargains The offerings on our market this week fell short of last weeks offerings over 1100 hhds and there was a fall Â¬ ing off of about the same amount of receipts this week as compared with last week The market this week for hurley tobacco all grades considered has been fully as good as it was last week but there has been no percep- Â¬ tible rallying from the decline of the past few weeks The percentage of rejections this week was thirty one percent against thirty seven percent of last weeK The weather has been seasonable and from most localities We promise to place at your disposal the reports reach us that the growing Why not deal with us Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the wjeek con- Â¬ orop is doing well but each market- - and to make prices right firms the report that in many burley acreage of this year is counties the much smallar than that of last year The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We Trash dark or damaged are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest 32 75 81 50 tobacco prices that our store is a place all economical 3 75 Common Oolorv trash 3 00 Medium to good colory buyers should visit 5 50 3 75 trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 5 50 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs B oots Shoes Hts Books e Select or wrappery 18 00 10 00 15 00 lb 00 28 00 B KMceiMESOI THE the blood and gives a clear and A Natural Beaitiflcr Karls Clover Root Tea purifies beautiful complexion For sale by JohiAV R Williams Co 39 Queen Crescerit reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Â¬ fe The Worlds Fair Tests showed no baking powder through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta50 pure or so great in leav nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs enlng power as the Royal MB and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe Through Tourist Sleepers to Ios Angeles and and Shreveport San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California via New Orleans or via Shreveport Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa Cars Lexington tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Chattanooga k A Splendid Farm AT JlyiKi COMMISSIONERS SALE 1 ISHAM RAILEY-- LTCOXC y Y VIKTDE versus V Fkankcin Circuit Court 5 i Iti Equity V The Peaks Mill and Black it Hursey clubs will play a game of base ball at Thorn Hill Park this afternoon at 330 The Maysville Club one of the besfm the State and which has defeated two of the clubs of the big league will play two games at Thorn Hill Park next week with The first game the Frankiorts An Extra Office bidder on RENDERED in tlieabovHCauseiittheJanuary term lbJn wlli well ut public Sdle to tUe blgueut and Deal OFT0E JUDGMENT JHv Fost Agt ChasWZell y 0 O Q Binearaon A Cincinnati Cincinnati P 0 Council is now Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 3 oclock p m on u credit of six twelve and in eaual Installments thefol receiving the services of a reading eighteen months or so lowlng property much thereof us mar be umount ot the 972 67 Why not have an enroll- Â¬ necssaryto raise cost herein the wlt clerk to debt interest and 5aid real estate Is that certain tract or parcel ing and engrossing clerk also ot land containing four hundred and nity acres In less and which is The tax payers pay the bills and more or Ky on Muln Elkhornsltutted and Franklin county creek bounded as folio as to wlt On the north by the lands of everything goes Jno T HocKersnilth on the enstby MhUi Elk Â¬ It seems the City At the court house door in the cliy of DCoada3ruugast 5 189s Frunktort H 3 MATTEEJT TBCE- - JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Reckiveks C 0 S W R R X ft THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE illSMJII Br 334 MAIN STRKhT Tie piBinis LOUISVILLE TQ LiitBir MEMPHIS A Fact Worth Knowing Consumption LaGrippe Pneu- Â¬ monia and all Throat and Lung diseases are cured by Shilohs Cure For sale by John W R Williams Co 39 w 4 f will take place on Monday after- Â¬ noon and the second on Tuesday These will be the best games of Run In By Rains the season in this city and those who are fond of base bijll should The heavy rains of the first of be certain to go out the week caused all the parties which had gone outfrom the city A Slicivhbrdlcss Mock and camped on Elkhorn and the Rev Father Cassender who river to itrUe their tents and re iwas assigned by Bishop Maes to turn to town tne care pt tne v iuircn ot me Good Shepherd in this city Healtfi Catarrh Cured and sweet breath secured severed months ago has given by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price up the charge and returned to 50 cents Nasal Injector free For Belleview where he resided before sale by John W R Willjams I I i In coming here V horn creek on the south by tho lands of Samuel Martin and James Martin Mrs I ant ha Stedman uml Mt PieiiHunt Baptist Church mid Including the county road leading from -- ted mans mi 1 to Cedar Cove and on the west by the lands former Â¬ ly owned by John Mullen de eised and Uhesney that in beginning at u sjcamore tree on ttitj west bank of Main Elkhorn creek comer ot Samuel uartln thence noith with the mean ders of said creek to the line of Jno T Mocker smith thenco west and north and northwest with tin Hues ot said HockerMitltli to the owned by Jolin Mullen deceased thence south wltlt the Hues of said Mullens land and Cheaney to the that formerly owned by county road lending from Stednmns mill to Cedar Cove thence Including said road and with the lines of James Martin lantliu Stedman the Iliptist Church and Samuel Martin to the begin Â¬ ning I will first otfer said land In parcels a descrip tion and plat of whlcn can be seen on application to the undersigned tomii lssloner And 1 will then otfer said tract as a whole ml accept the bid or bids under which tne greattst sum will be realized for said whole Met pro vided however that If any one or two of the parcels shall bring enough to sutisiy tne liens or the Hank of Kentucky and Isliam Ralley then the renin ring parcel or parcels will not be sold Said norwHl said tract as a whole be offered lands will be bold subject to a lieu for SU50 with interest from January 2 18H3 until paid in favor ot the Infant defendants in the suit Purchaser to give bond with good and sulllclent surety bearing Interest from date to have the force and effect of n replevin bond Allen will be reserved on the property sold until all tho pur- W II POSEY monry is paid chase Master Commissioner juty n i Â¬ lantis-lorm-erl- ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE PKANKFORT K S THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE mm kl H mM k V Abi For a CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT prompt answer and un honest opinion write to whr linvn hurt nearly flftv years IUNN A experience In the patent business Coniraunlca-A Handbook or In Mods strictly confidential formation concerning 1ntenlH and bow to ob- Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue ot mechan ical ana sclenttuo books sent free Co rccotvo Patents taken through Munn special nottcoln tho Scientific Anierlcnu and tnus nro DrouKUt widely Dornrotno pumicwiin out cost to the inventor Vlils splendid paper ookl v eleaantl v 111 straicanaspyia largest circulation ot any scientific work In the wona 83 a year tamplt vinles sent f r ulldlng Kdltlon tuonthly KM a year copies M3 cents Kvory nuuioer contains oeau tlful plates In colors and photographs ot now houses with plans enabling builders to show the Address latest deal im it and aecure contracts BUOADWAY COM NKW YOllK 301 MUNN MEMPHIS VIOKSBTIRa NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS W COPYRIGHTS Ill South and Southwest Rates Tickets mid nil Informntlon rurnlshed by Ticket Aent oCimy Railway Co it not address WJMoBRIDE TnvellnKPass Aeent Louisville Ky 3 h w General Passenger igent Louisville Ky T TB lynch V fl ia jii THE PURPOSE OP EDTJCA- Owen Moore of Peytonia was TION on the Ridge Saturday on business Miss Sallie Bell of Peytona Somo Obstacles Jlct in Accom whose services have been secured pllshing That Purpose to teach the school at Fallen Rock GEO ROBDINS AFTER THE DISSOLUTION i 4- lAt wmm V- - tiVs r f v IJi if5 fc t V PW- it i u- ih fi Sk - P FV it Ethical insight places one on W rv It the plane of rational action gives one the power to command the power to distinguish between knowledge and wisdom and to convert knowledge into wisdom Until a teacher reaches this plane he is on a par with the ordinary mechanic and like such a workman is spoiling much of the material apon which he expends his unin- Â¬ p telligent effort J M We have already said that the final result of all culture is the at tainment of rational freedom A 1 The individual who enjoys rational t w ir P mm x r u m j w t j 1M1J freedom stands as an intelligent 6 mediator through whom nature offers the incense of praise to the Creator But at any stage be- Â¬ tween sense preception and ration- Â¬ at Christiansburg al freedom there is a possibility of Mrs Owen Mdore of Peytona 3 It is visited Mr Frank Clark and family arresting development possible for the mechanical acqui- in this community Monday We were glad to hear the songv sition of the lower grades to be Mow followed so assiduously as to fix of the Mocking Bird again perch bough of M that form of mental activity per- Â¬ some upon the swaying let sweet lovely tree and - Ml manently The American Indian melodies of thy song float away r of the Rocky Mountain region over hill and dale to the open vrt Jives upon the plane of sense pre- Â¬ window on the hill cheering up He cin follow the trail the drooping heart with sweet ception P9 - of a man or an animal over bare strains of thy music Hf In answer to Blue Jays query 4 His development is ar rocks as to where the old maid and pet rested at this point and he is but dog were living it doesnt matter little superior to his dog which whether it be with a Mobreornot scents the same trial There is Present your card at 295 East great danger then in the constant Avenue on the hill and you- - will mm 1 drill drill drill practiced in the low meet with a hearty reception Close Observer er grades by mechanical teachers i Avho are urged to this course by an 100 Beward 100 unthinking principal an indifferent i The readers of Darwin testifies will be pleased the Roundabout superintendent to learn that that through his incessant efforts there is at least one dreaded disease bliab science has been in in scientific investigations he lost its stages and that is ableto cure all Catarrh Halls Successors to Crutcher Starts at the old stand all taste for literature which in Catarrh Cnro is the only positive eure now known1 to the medical fraternity earlier life gave him great enjoy Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ Q ease requires a constitutional treat riiFvLJw1JwLJtfgrwnvvment ment Rails Catarrh Core is taken In high school work which we internally acting directly upon the blood of the eleswhere have called the plane of systemana mucous surfacesthe foun Â¬ thereby destroying reflection there is added to the dation of the disease and givingthe patient strentrfca by building up the mechanical acquisition of the constitution asd assisting nature in The proprietors primary school the activity of doing soits work SEE THE have much faith in its curative Therefore mechanical thinking that they offer One Hundred ollars for OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET that it falls the danger i f arrested develop- cure Sendany case of testimonials to I BEDROOM for list CO P J OHEENEY ment is greater than before pro Toledo O I We offer dol- vided the pupil has passed safely 8 Sold by druggists 76c FOR SALE 9 I lars fifty The danger over the lower plane 4 C to tlio Atlanta Exposi Q They ATVO STORY DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING j ESTEY ORGAN cGost0sV8 is greater because the possibilities largo grounds on Cross street South 30 tion Oak Large quick will take J Solid development are more numer- Â¬ of It will be one of the greatest If the development of the fairs everknown to America ous IESent FOR RENT FAME residence pupil has been arrested in the Many features of the Chicago J finish rooms on Cioss rx1 T TWO STOHY FltAME RESIDENCE OF i street South Side A Rooms with stable and lurge very Fair and many additional grounds on primary grades the high school Worlds Murniy streetSoutli Side This Is dcslrablo I property may confirm the condition and and newpnes Exposition open September i prevent the further growth into 18th to December 31st 1895 Too great stress spiritual insight OF Do you want to go A NEW FRAME COTTAGE Side FOUR ROOMS on bowler street South cannotbe laid upon the fact that Write to W C Rinearson G C1T0RER001I AND RESIDENCE ON TODD Opposite Courthouse excessive mechanical thinking will P A Cincinnati O forprinted street douth Side ThLi ldeslmble nron- erty ind Is offered at a bargain Blacksmith at the high school stage result in matter i FOR SAXjE stagnation just as surely as Bargains in Farming Imple- mental nicnts V FOE that the incessent drill of the qiHK BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE Forks of Elkhorn Including a frame resi Â¬ dence of four rooms with necessary buliatngs primary department ends in that Farmers you want to stop and HE TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF 2tnaore8Pt lund ls offered at abargalu elKbt rooms each on Main street South This Is the only shop now In openitfohatthat condition look at my tyenty fivg dollar place and will command u good trude If run by an Frankfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds VjV experienced workman mowing macmnes ana iweive aoi Zilpali lar Hay Rakes both of which are HENRY I also have fifteen warranted Once more we come to the FOR tons of Rock Salt just the thing front with a few items for stock BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE Health is good very few to reVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE C Ef Collins Malt House property on Mero street Over Weltzel ODonnelTs This rooms on Shelby street South Frankfort property Is well equipped for malting or would port on the sick list among the The Broadway Hardware Dealer JZST make a line warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ number is Dudley Beckley who is lishment Are prepared to do all kinds of den very sick at this time tal work intrusted to their care Ex Â¬ FOR SALE amination free To IJudlow Mrs Henry Skelton and Mrs Office Hours from 9 a m until 5 p m ACRE FARM 8 Margaret Jones were the guests of FARM OF 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH For morning trains July 27 and June lm Jt In the city limits of Frankfort A large part Mrs W B MooreThursday 01 this land is now under cultivation and the bal August 3 the Midland willseil FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ance is good grazing iana mtnistrt meats situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is Mrs J C Moore and daughter tickets to Ludlow and return ulio a quantity of line tobacco land offered for sale This farm is well adapted to stock raising or will raise line tobacco as well as Miss Lulie visited her daughter adults 1 70 children fli20 AugJ ullothercrops suited for this climate Will sell Lnf sToms on 8TABKS IS Mrs J C Deakins of Christians- Â¬ o to Cincinnati ana return 2oo THR OLD FIRM OF CRUTCHERof the partners 500 Hecoaa street oneasypaymants day dissolved by consent burg community this week composing said arm and all parties Holding wuuioiae claims against said firm are requested to present The best work in town is done mem ror payment ana an wno are inaeDiea are Victor Gordon and family were earnestly solicited to come forward and settle promptly so they can gettbelr business settled the guests of Mr Isaac Van at the Capital Steam Laundry FARM FOR SALE without delay DO CRUTCHER tf 24 family of Graefenburg Meter and JNO P STARKS h I F 8TARK8 4 210 A last week OF Lo Â¬ Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke WE OFFER FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn- A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good Georgetown cated 8 miles acres situated on Frankfort on a xour Jjiro Away W Jones and wife of pike 8 mllea from Frankfort This ls very pro turnpike road upon which there ls a brlci resi Â¬ John A CARD ductive land sis well Improved abundantly sup dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and Bellepoint were the guests of W Dlled with water and ls especially adapted to another necessary improvements Tills land Is The truthful startling tltlo of a book about neighborhood is excellent In a high state of cultivation the Improvements B Moore and family Sunday the only harmless guaranteed TN BETIRING1 FROM THE MBRCHANTILE stock raising The id cure that braces up nlcotlnlzed aulMtowfflloitoBtabata 10 moKe a Mrs Margaret Jones and Mrs nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak Anrn8 VVf patronage extended during VU VUIVVrMfkV men gain strength vigor and manhood You the very generous ui physical or financial risk as rue penoa 01 oDrmercuuniuepareeroi w years Price Deakins are visiting John run no by we ask for our successors that druggists everywhere uncer nguurun and retiring Is W Jones and family of Belle- - teesold cure or money- refunded Book free sameinliberal patronage always extended to the to CRUTCHER cTARKS Auaress merung uemeay to new xorK or old firm point this week WMi Julyl3 lm uuicago Â¬ District No 37 will take up school the first week in August The patrons of the district should be proud o having secured her services ns she is a gbod teacher and a first class lady and deserves the full patronage of the district Miss Catherine Penn of Franklin formerly a resident of this community attempted suicide last week by taking arsenic but failed in the effort Thomas Chiles Mosy Kaze andl Marion Hedges of Bsnson tyere the guests of Miss Lulie Jones Sunday Ira Moore is on the sick list this week Charles Perkins visited relatives on Benson Monday Cal Green of Fayette Mrs formerly of this community was here last week aud interred her infant child at theburying ground - smm Inventory finished and we Begin now a v feearchins Ciearaliee sale of allstock from the old firm A sale that will knock all former prices into a cocked hat CASH is the great lever we shall wield in the i nn rlii t n fh p n p w hn si n ps6 n wo n vi t a evory consumer of - m -- s - Cloth iiig Shoes and Furnishings to this clearance sale Buy for your present as well as future wants Come at Qiice immejdiately While the purchjSsing power of a dollar is magnified tw and three fold iVAfSK D C Crutclier - Co Â¬ 10 50 Ieal Estate flgentJ SUITS1 at ten cents and are beauties L B MARSHALL CO Â¬ FOR SALE 1 or R Rogers Son FORJALt EENT 10 50 Property -- DrsEPES DENTISTS RENT Â¬ FRANKFORT Â¬ 260 Dissolution Notice FORSALE CO I Â¬ Â¬ tob- acco-habit MW W L B MARSHALL 7 W m IkuiijdkMi ViTLAW Ti