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Digital page images are linked to the text file. knvt cfl A er 1HE GEO A Fkamfobt Eousdaboiit A m LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XYIII Tlio Findings of tlio Court FRANKFORT KY Highest of all in Leavening Power SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1895 48 iM Jn m iri IA5 Lll- - V There are but two ways other than the regular college course The findings of the general which will enable the individual court martial held in this city sevto acquire character as a teacher eral weeks ago to try four mem One is through persistent personal fcers of the Second Regimjt effort made independently of the lipon various charges were ma e schools the other is by attendance Pri- Â¬ public the first of the week and study in a good Normal vate William Miller of Company 1 School The litter is by far the D of Lexington was fine 50 for failure to attend encampment camp and remain for several weeks THE PUKPOSB OF E DUCA the better of the two The legiti TIOX mate work of the Normal School Private Albert Walters of same The piyty this ear will be much is to give its students a college company was fined 8 for not at- Â¬ larger than usual and a pleasant Some Obstacles Met in Accom Â¬ training plus a professional train timj is tiiuicipated The lakes tending drill and Private Joseph plishing That Purpose ing This it does as far as it can three in number are only about a Stivers also of same company va buf it is hampered by the clog of given three days in jail for the mile apart and the party expects GEO BOBBINS I have arrested development same offense Private Kidder to fish in all of them during their In the light of the preceding already mentioned It is a great is the only outing This of the Woodson McCreary stay papers of this series we feel justi- Â¬ pity that the Normal School should Guards this city for disobedience taken during the year by the gen fied in making the statement that be compelled to decend to the of orders and failure to attend tlemen above named and is always one half of the teachers of this1 plane of mechanical effort and com- Â¬ drill was given ten days in jail and looked forward to with anttcipa country are in a state of arrested plete the work of the high school fined 4 Governor Brown re- - tions of great pleasure When ones edu before it development can take up its own duced the fine in the first case to r r 4 j cation ends clliywilCIl rliuuyw llIC TB ffiirt elinnlrl Ka nnnn tlio nlano Bring in Tour Petitions 10 in the third lie changed the line of primary effort he IS Un tlM vvneu it can uif cuiiilcu insigur punishment to a fine of 3 and in All persons throughout the fitted for the position of teacher the last he remitted the jail sen- county who have been circulating because his attempt to teach can do its legitimate work only its posilion will be beside the college tence but did not interfere with for signatures petitions asking the end in no higher results than his and the theological seminary God the finding in the second County Court to order a vote to own efforts to acquire have reached speed the day when this education be taken upon the free turnpike If ones education has ended any Teachers Institute al miilenium shall begin and all question are requested to bring in where along the line of high The Annual Teachers Institute their petitions on Monday and school effort he is still unfitted for charlatanry chicanery and incom- Â¬ f petency be relegated to the doom will be held at the Courf House have them at the county judges the teachers profession because they so richly deserve oblivion in this city beginning on Monday office 01V that morning so that the he is still in the plane of mechan10th August and continuing matter may be presented for con- ical thinking and can impart no To Clcanso the System through the week Miss Lucy sideration at the meeting of the more than he contains These Effectually yet gently when cos- Â¬ Pattie the County Superintendent County Court lmve the reputation of teachers tive or bilious or when the blood has secured the services of Prof but are lacking in those elements is impure or sluggish to perma- Â¬ W E Lumley of Pulaski Tenn Larger Still which constitute a teacher of high nently ure habitual constipation to conduct the proceedings and a character to awaken the kidneys and liver Mr Z Ttylor Parrent of the very attractive programme will be Such an education is one sided Â¬ prepared interspersed with music Bridgeport neighborhood has and is inimical to the best and to a healthy activity without irric readings The law requires brought to this office a sample lot highest interets of huminity tating or weakening them to dis- Â¬ The you ever of his crop of onions three of them The very best corrective for this pel headaches colds or fevers use every teacher holding a county come before certificate to attend the Institute weighed two and a quarter pounds one sided education is found in Syrup of Figs all all Gone and the time of holding it has and also threw in a peck of de- Â¬ college education The termcol A house of three For Rent been fixed so that its sessions will lightful pears which were greatly lege is not intended to include rooms and kitchen 121 Logan This is splended season those abortions which are the street Well of good water in not interfere with their school enjoyod For terms apply at this for vegetables but the onions are duties progeny of th diseased brain of yard or office 113 Logan street the finest of that particular variety an educational empiric i The 48 it p King Fishers The we have st en purpose of the college is to free A good set of harness for 750 Ho 214 St Clair St next door to Messrs Chas C Furr Richard the individual from the shackels of Tort Hill Sold Mastin Bkos R KMcClure Morris and George L Payne left the lower those bonds which tend at Thursday for Cincinnati to join the Prof W H Mayo as adminis- toward keeping him moving in the other members of the King Fisher trator of Tabb Smith deceased same direction and in the same The Worlds Tests 01 Club and went thence to the sold en Monday to Mr L B channel It enables him to com showed no baking powder Manistique Lakes in northern Marshall the Fort Hill property mand the services of the lower so pure or so great in leav Michigan where they will go into for two thousand dollars beiiii subject to ir enlng power as the Royal instead of Â¬ Latest U S Govt Report ABSOLUTELY PURE H Â¬ THE GREAT Â¬ Midsummer Clearance BALE aS a 1 4 L u THE OF TALK THE Â¬ Mi m TOWN Â¬ Â¬ BARGAINS BARGAINS best had they m Â¬ Â¬ fylr S v IS To pay bills due and coming duo This may sound funny to you but nevertheless it is a fact AMOUNT and to do it thdro is but one way for me as ABOVE TTtVk-10000 to 15000 CASH K VVAVkf FCLA S S yv ircgsrai BA S KLASS Ys I MUST RAISE THE - 29 Stores 29 Stores Bed Room Suits S10 and up Parlor Suits 17 a ad up r On account of the late Ever made in this city 3QE dissolution of our firm ikflC XMT-XTPKS- having bought my brother D Klass interest out which left mo with a 0n hand besides the spring purchases made lately To raise the above amount of money I have concluded to make tho greatest will hammer prices so flat down that if you have no intention of buying at present you The entire stock of Clothing Dry Goods Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Notions will buy anyhow c is at your mercy and will be sold regardless of cost and losses I SACRIFICING SJLXvE - Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables SI and up Beds SI and up Rhodes Burford Furniture Go I -- d IPS fit m sr 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 storo WILL YOU COME AND SEE for yourself that this is no largest House Furnishers in the advertising scheme or cheap talk If so dont wait como at once while the stock is not broken up World - m m w m m v w rm --m m to raise the money And quick too in ordor ThLey iMXist G o You and Got To Go mass ucia j eiiows muicuiig Ask- - May4 ly iMiuiM M - - k 1 V i fllQlJBjQBga 3ZmKcb saiz W die fiavent a Phrenologist in r v 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 1 P Si vwy - fc r tji JW tu 111 IHUDS ON HUMPHRIES mrffiTfflmTffnm CASSE Dorrroino U MM u i m EJ 1 w mm a fgjf- ivlit rettta THd mIiW wJf Bam MMmMfMwfMMMQ Â¬ vwH r k w- tf r ft I r If fcffir Ef returned home Thursday Mrs Otis Ashurst and little daugh ter of Georgetown are visiting the formers parents Mr John N Mar shall and wife on Campbell street Mrs H A Guthrie of Lexington and Mrs John P Starks of Louis- Â¬ ville attended the Stagg Keenon wedding in this city on Wednesday Misses Bettie Barbee of Cynthiana Ora Dodson of Louisville Willie and Lena Stone and Master Jesse Stone of Georgetown spent Monday in this city Miss Margaret A Lewis has ac- Â¬ cepted a position as assistant teacher in a high school for young ladies in Richmond Virginia and will leave for that city early in September Miss Julia Hardie entertained a number of her young friends Tues day evening at her home on the West Side in honor of her gueBt Miss Dowling of Lawrenceburg Misses Sarah and Mary Lewis of Gla8sgow returned home Saturday after a two weeks visit to their grandfather Judge Jos H Lewis on Hon A J Carroll and wife whol the corner of Second and Conway have been spending the past month Mrs Lounsbury of Stamford Con with Judge W H Holt and wife on necticut who spent the past year Campbell street returned to their with her daughter Mrs W P Hud son Jr in this cty leaves next Wed home in Louisville Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Edwards of Ver- Â¬ sailles is visiting Mr and Mrs Lee A Owen this county Miss Annie Bruce Chiles of Mt Sterling is visiting Mrs L A Thomas on Washington street Miss Nellie Fellmers condition is improving slowly and it is hoped she will soon be convalescent Gen Oha8 0 Walcutt of Colum- Â¬ bus Ohio is visiting Mrs Lizzie Walcutt on Second street Mr James A Hodges of Louisville was in the city yesterday en route to Stamping Ground Miss Dowling who has been visiting Miss Julia Hardie has returned to her homo in Lawrenceburg Miss Maggie A Daniel returned Monday from a visit to friends in Munfordville and Louisville Mr Thos L DeLime left Tuesday morning for his home in New York City via Old Point Comfort Miss Margaret A Lewis returned Tuesday morning from a viBit to rela tives in Richmond Virginia Â¬ Mattie Henderson of Covingwho has been visiting friends Miss Bessie Williams has returned here returned home Saturday to her home at Louisville Mrs 0 D Pattie and daughter Miss Anna Berry of Newport is Miss Mary of Richmond are visiting the guest of Miss Alice Trabue the Misses Pattie near Farmdale Hon Wm Qoebel of Covington Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington spent Saturday last in this city who has been visiting relatives in Mrs John Young Brown is visiting this city returned home Monday her son Dr Brownat Lakeland Messrs Ben T Farmer W S Mr Clint B Leigh of Owensboro Dehoney and B B Jeffers attended is visiting his mother in this city the Lawrenceburg Fair Thursday Mr M A Collins and wife left Miss Sallie Theobald who has been Thursday morning for Niagara Falls spending the summer here with her Miss Christine Stubenrauch of Cin Â¬ mother left Thursday for New York cinnati is visiting Miss Carrie Sel- - Mrs B F Phillips and children of Danville are the guests of the family bert Mrs A J Kendall and daughter of Dr U V Williams on Steele street Miss Cordelia are visiting in Louis- Â¬ Misses Prisoilla Welch and Nora ville Addams of Cynthiana are visiting Rev R L McOready has gone to Miss Tiny Addams on Second street the Northwest to spend a months vaMr John T Buckley is able to be cation out after two weeks confinement Miss Tiney Addams returned Satur- Â¬ with a carbuncle on the back of his day from a visit to relatives in Cyn neck thiana Mr Gabe Addams returned Tues Â¬ day from a months visit to relatives Dr- Thos Backner and wife of Shelbyville were in this city on Sun in Cincinnati Cynthiana and other places day last Mrs Ohas F Exum and daughter Mrs Frank S Haff and family left Monday for Peru New York to visit little Miss Margaret returned Mon- Â¬ day from a visit to relatives in Clark relatives Mrs Emma Walker Herr spent a county Miss Nora Ringo of Ashland who few days last week with Mrs W J has been visiting the Misses Hughes Hendrick Misses Isabel Lindsey and Ruth Ely on Second street returned home Sat left Tuesday for a trip to Tryon urday evening Mr Walter Franklin has been con- Â¬ North Carolina fined to the house for the past week Mr Vivian Lewis of Chicago is visiting his sister Mrs Huston Wood with a severe spell of illness but is nearly well again near Woodlake Capt S M Swigert U S A and Miss Guy Robinson who has been wife of Lexington are visiting rela ihe guest of Miss Clara Buckley re turned to her home at Cincinnati on tives in this city Wednesday morning Miss Mary Kerr of Lexington Mrs J M Lewis and daughter Miss is the guest of Miss Virginia Cooper Effle of Greenville Mississippi are on Shelby street Mr A G Morris Chip returned visiting Mrs Huston Wood near Monday from a visit to his sister in Woodlake this county Miss Williams of Mt Sterling and Denver Colorado Miss Ohenault of Indianapolis In- Â¬ Miss Lillie Cromwell of Lexington MrB M L is visiting Miss May Cromwell near diana are the guests of Heffner on Broadway Jetts this county Mrs W H Grider of Russellville Miss Sallie Bullock of Lexington who has been visiting her parents is visiting Mrs A W Overton on Col S C Sayres and wife in this city WeBt Second street Miss PERSONAL ton Â¬ - RELIGIOUS nesday for home She will be accompanied by Mrs Hudson and little daughter who will remain in Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ Connecticut for a visit of several lor D D the pastor will conduct public worship at 11 a m to morrow weeks o service at night The following young ladies are the Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 guests of Miss Mary Keith Miles a m Misses Marion Madden of Mt Sterling Evelyn Wells of Maysville Christian Church The regular Louise Russell of Paris Lura Letton service at 11 a m to morrow con- Â¬ Oorinne Kern and Iva Collins of Bourbon county Effie Todd Lewis ducted by Rev George Darsie of Greenville Miss Florence Wil- Â¬ No service at night Sunday school meets at 930 liamson Dayton Ohio Sadie Fogg Prayer meeting Wednesday night Georgotown and Louise Averill of at 745 of Farmdale Mrs L B Longmoor and son Mr Catholic Church The usual ser W W Longmoor and Mrs James A vices to morrow Murray of this city Misses Annie High mass at 730 a m Ldw mass Wood Fannie pnd Bessie Lewis of 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m Woodlake and Misse3 Evelyn and Jessie Walbeck of Louisville Mr Episcopal Church There will be Thos Newman and wife Mr Thos no services to morrow as Rev R L J Brislan and wife Mr Chas L Weit McOready the rector is absent on zel and wife Miss Mary Haly Mrs L his summer vacation Weitzel and Mr W A Howard left this city Tuesday for a trip to Old First Presbyterian Church Point Comfort Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will Dr Baxters office is over Bar- Â¬ occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ Careful and ing at 11 oclock No service at retts New Depot skillful dental surgery at moderate night prices Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 715 p m in the Oakley Races lecture room Â¬ Dorm inn iiniiimiM iiniiini Nil Shirt Waists liMM mk hom lw gi25 Acme Waists now 75cts 150 Star Waists now 98 cents 300 Fisk Clark and Flagg Waists now 150 350 Fisk Clark and Flagg Waists now 198 Imported Wash Goods 35 pits cent Plessi Muslins now cents 50 cent Silk Gingham now 29 cents 35 cent Organdies now 25 cents 30 cent French Ging- Â¬ hams now 18 cents 15 Millinery 250 Leghorn Hats now 95 cents 50 cent Sailor Hats now 35 cents All millinery at half price to close Gut Glass and China Our beautiful stock of glass and china will be sold at a discount of 25 per cent Mattings Our entire stock of choice tings will be sold at cost V rrraC- - liinens Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Twenty per cent discount on The Queen Crescent route Methodist Church No services tickets from all stations in to morrow The pastor is absent on table linens napkins and towels Kentucky to Cincinnati and return his wedding tour D C0 JOHNSON at one and one third fare daily Sunday school meets at 930 a m July 26th for morning trains to Epworth League convenes at 645 p 47 2t August 6th account Oakly Races m in the ladies parlor Crescent agents Ask Queen for particulars Southern Presbyterian Church m Rev T J Baoher of Versailles will To Winchester occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ AT ing at 11 oclock Union service at Midland train No 3 leaving night COMMISSIONERS SALE Frankfort at 4 p m makes close connection at Paris Junction with The union meeting to morrow night K C for Wirchester arriving at will be held at the Southern Presby Â¬ ISQAM RAILEY Franklin Circuit Court versus MnEquItr Winchester at 610 terian Church and the sermon will be LJ COX 0 preached by Rev J McOlusky Blay- Â¬ BY VIRTUE OFTHE JUDGMENT RENDERED For Rent ney D D of the First Presbyterian I will In the above cause at the Junuary term 1805 t sell at public sale to the highest and best bidder on Church A cottage of three rooms hall vomeSa3rA ugHast5 1S95 kitchen and cellar located on In Protracted Meeting Rev W O At the court house door of the city of Frankfort South Shelby street Applvat this Taylor D D Ky between the hours 10 oclock a m will begin a protracted 3 oclock p m on a credit of six twelve and and office or to J 13 Polk 38 tf In equal Installments thelfol meeting at South Benson Baptist eighteen months or so much thereof as mar be lowlng property ill Church to morrow evening at 730 necssaryto raise 9762 67 vtheamount ot Uie debt Interest and cost hereluT to wltr The U Govt Reports oclock All are invited Said real estate Is that certain tract or parcel will sell 81 1 A Splendid Farm M m1i i Â¬ show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others Round Trip Rates S To New York Boston Old Point Comfort and all Virginia springs and seashore resorts aro now in effect via the Chesapeake Ohio Two limited vestibuled Railway trains each way daily leaving Frankfort 1020 a m and 705 p m qnd arriving at all Jersey coast resorts next day Direct connec Â¬ tion in Washington for all New Three hours England resorts For rates sleeping quickest time car space or any information write BE ST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE POUND IN THE George V Barney Diflt Pass Agent Lexington Ky Catarrh Cured Health and sweet breath secured by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price Nasal Injector iree Ior 50 cents sale by John W R Williams Co Weekly A courier Joral ton page eight column Democratic Newspaper uKPtJu wATTKsuiM is tne uior PRICE 100 A YEAR 39 ot land containing four hundred and flity acres more orless and which Is situated In Franklin county Ky on Main Elkborn creek and bounded us follows to wlt On the north by tbe lands ot Jno T Hockersmlthion the east by MainKlk horn creek on tbe south by the lands of Samuel Martin and James Martin Mrs lantba Stedman and Mt PeuMint Baptist Church and Including tbecounty road leading trom Medmans mill to Cedar Cove and on the west by tbe lands former Â¬ ly owned by John Mullen de eased and Uheaney that Is beginning at a sycamore tree on tbo west bank of Malu Elkhorn creek corner of Samuel viartln thence north with the mean Â¬ der of said creek to the line of Jno T Hocker Hmltli thence west and north nnd northwest with th lines ot said Hockersmlth to the lands lorm erly owned by John Mullen deceased thence south with the lines of said Mullens land and Cheaney to the that formerly owned by county road leading from S ted mans mill to Cedar Cove thence Including sold road and with tbe lines oi James Martin lantba Btedman the Baptist Church and Samuel Martin to the begin- nlng I will first offer said land In parcels a descrip tion and plat of whlcn can be seen on application to the undersigned coma issloner And I will then offer said tract iisu whole nd accept the bid or bids under which tne greatest sum will be realized for said whale tract pro Â¬ vided however that It any one ortwoofthe parcels shall bring enough to satisfy the Hens of the Bank ot henluchy and Isham Italley then the remaliilng parcelor parcels will not be Bold nor will said tract as a whole be offered Sulci lands will be sold subject to a lieu for lh50 with Interest from January 2 1808 until paid In favor ot the Infant defendants in tbe suit Purchaser to give bond with good and sufficient surety bearing Interest from dite to have the force and effect ot a replevin bond A Hen will be reserved on the property sold until all tbe pur Â¬ chase money Is paid W U POSKY July27 2t Master Commissioner Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ and If BROWNS IRON BITTERS all worn out you feel weak take Ttie WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL mnkes liberal terms to agonts Huiuple copies of tbe paper find Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to 3445 to Denver and return August 1 oth to nth One fare COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY to Boston anjil return August Louisville Ky I9th 25th via the Midland A f r mfmmaflTHKfi KSi 1 v yrw IWWM tv - g i r vj V - rmnrmnnnnrtauvuinnnruiniuxrux njmruinjxnnnnruannrmnriJir E5 A habere JbiF Stone M AJ6- - You can have one if you wish Some prefer a small one Merely a matter of taste Our 100 ring set with diamond is a spark Â¬ ling beauty All eyes view with surprise its Selbert The Leading yyyyrTyy t y tf price value and style f Linger not in doubt about it Purchase now its too late when all are sold Our new watches work day and night and dont need watch Â¬ ing Our clocks make perfect slaves of themselves Buy one It will prove a lifelong friend and is the best kind of a servant LruiruTJTJtruifUTJurnnjuuxnJiJinjuTJUiJ Jeweler T yt t t t t yyy ttt f ir-r- - 233 St Clair Street uxixruxnjxrutJxruinJirLru uinjxnnJxmtnrinjTJiJTJirin Mooting Closed if Duckers Too much wet weather In the race for free silver we should not forget the free pikes Miss Luiie Gibson is visiting friends in Arkansas where she will remain until October Miss Nannie Goins will return A Great Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sunday is offered with the Roundabout at 3 per year The price of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever Â¬ The series of meetings which were begun on Friday of last week at the Court House by Rev Geo lO Barnes closed Thursday even- Â¬ Â¬ ANNOU NOEMENT For Hcprcsentutive to announce JAMS A VIOLETT us a candidate for Representative county In the next Legislature sub Â¬ of Franklin ject to the action ot the Democratic party Primary election Augut 6 1895 We nre authorized Kentucky Miaiand Ry Only direct llre between FRANKFORT Â¬ CINCINNATI AND Shortest and quickest between ing Barnes and his wife and daughter left for Lexington Large crowds attended each ser vice the celebrated preacher was to school in Philadelphia this fall The yield of wheat is small as interesting as ever and those prices low and much of that yet who went to hear him saw him unthreshed is sprouting in the leave with regret shock Corn and tobacco look well while the gardens and 3he Sunday school Convention orchards are full to overflowing Mrs Sophie ODonnell has re Delegates to the State Conven- Â¬ Sunday moved to Eminence after nineteen tion of the Kentucky Mrs school Union to be held in years residence among us ODonnell says that in all these Xexington August 13 14 and 15 long years she has not found cause can obtain certificates entitling to complain of any of her neigh- Â¬ them to reduced rates on the rai- Â¬ bors and we can all return the compliment with many lroad at McClure Sons and Mr God-bless-yo- frntfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ tfaysrille Cysibiana mouth and Covington 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 TABLERSDII D buck eye OINTMENT nun ST TRAINS BUN 8Y GlrRAL STAHDAHD TIML In effect June 2 1896 SCHEDULE OF TRAINS I A M I CURES NOTHING BUT PILES l 1 P M 81 P M I TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort a Lr Summit Lv Elkhorn LvSwltzer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Ar Lv Lv Lv Ar Ar INollNo 700 706 711 718 728 784 740 E 747 755 808 816 400 406 420 4B0 No Consumption Can be Cured By the use of Shilohs Cure This great Congh Cure is the only known remedy for that terrible disease For sale by John W R Co Williams 40 1 and CERTAIN CURE miunii iui iu tuai9U3 mu BEST REMEDY for PILES A SURE 41J VMM Mayl2-ly- - ftnaredtrBICHABCSOW IffiD SOXD BY AM DRUGGISTS LOTUS CO Lr Johnson Lv Duvall Georgetown Newtown CentrevJlle C S Depot High Bridge Camp Meeting Central Holiness Camp Meet- Â¬ ing Wilmore Ky meets July 29th to August 9th 1895 One and one third fare for the round trip via Queen Crescent every day of meeting from all points between Cincinnati and Chattanooga inclusive Ask ticket agents for particulars or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O m MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY Elizabeth u Paris Paris Junction 821 8 10 I TRAINS WEST Lv Elizabeth tv Centrevllle Lv Newtown Lv O S Depot Lv Georgetown B Lv Johnson Lv Duvall Lv Stamping Ground Lv Swltzor Lv Elkhorn L v Summit Ar Frankfort A Lv Paris Junction Lt Paris C Forks of Elkhorn Regular services at Buck Run to day and to morrow at the usual SB My l bV it i mA Jbf his elders and do as he pleases then well to that mothers Mrs Addie Cannon is visiting hopes and that childs friends arid f relatives in Scott prospects We hear a great deal of talk about fiat money The man Mrs Martha Wilkerson and daughter Miss Sue have returned who thinks that there is any other home from a visit of two or three kind of money but fiat money months to friends in Union caun is a fool It is the fiat or decree of goverument that makes it ty money and her fiat may be The damp weather of the past placed upon gold or silver If it two weeks has caused considerable is found to be convenient to place flight ailments in our midst this fiat on iron or tin it then Take the fiat The random shooting of guns becomes money pistols by some in our burg off of gold and it is no longer and rshould be prohibited On more money The bugs talk of intrinsic It has far less inthan one occasion balls have value of gold trinsic or real internal essential passed in close proximity to mem bers of both Mrs S E Feather value than iron or steel Take off stons and C HParrents families the governments fiat and it is Now boys give us a rest on such good to make but very few articles of use but iron or steel carelessness Mr Ben Sullivan who has been can be made into articles of real in the hospital in Covington for value innumerai le The fiat of Uncle however says gold the benefit of his health during shall Simmey so gold is made bi m the past several months has re valuable because it is given a fiat turned home and we are glad to and not a commercial value The announce considerably improved same may be given to silver and MJss Katie Cannon and Master the man who does not wish to be Allen Bedford leave to day for a considered an ignoramus had best visit to relatives in Fayette county hush about fiat money and in- Â¬ trinsic values for we repeat and The accession of Mrs Martha defy successful contradiction that Wilkerson and family as residents there is not now never was nor of our village is very agreeable to never will be any other money our people There must be the fiat of some Miss Effie Warren the beauti- government to make ir money ful and accomplished daughter of whether it be gold silver iron Mrs Mary Warren of Louisville copper or paper and that fiat a former resident of our place will make money of either graces our village with her pres Bulldofus ence this week Mrs Josie Allen and little Ramblers 100 Crescents S40 daughter left the first of the week to 70 all fitted with Rambler for a months visit to relatives in tires The best Kansas City E J Roberts Agent liome from a visit to relatives Fayette county hours The crop prospect grows brighter as the days go by Miss Maggie Allen has returned home fifom a visit to friends in Fayette county Miss Jennie Gbddard has been on the sick list several days the past week Mrs Ida Bedford has returned than Â¬ Hardin or Bill Bradley may be Governor Taylor of Violett may be representative but Our Joe will be Senator and the Courier Journal may as well cease trying to conceal his success in her news columns Joe is the child of the people and they resent the persecutions of the gold bought daily papers of Louisville The heavens may fall but Joe Blackburn will be Kentuckys next Senator When a mother teaches her little child that he is wiser Â¬ Wat zymm IFUGEi Has led all WORM Remedies EVERY I v A II No 2 IN0T4 640 945 610 955 610 9 69 614 4P6 441 447 459 510 518 522 582 685 215 800 821 335 845 400 26 100 110 120 132 148 158 f PM 440 455 518 535 656 AX 1N01IN08 WHITES FOR GREAM 10 07 10 17 1040 1045 1051 1068 1116 1122 1130 20 YEARS 118 718 720 735 726 703 642 645 661 657 622 BOTTLE 6UAMNTEF01 640 650 700 778 745 755 806 815 SOU UV AXZ niciMnnsn -a- I-7MiBSNNJ6 1HJGGIST hkuuisr co bt ions May 12 1 y 1130 am Leave Frankfort 400 p m arrive Georgetown 450 p m SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtown 1036 a m arrive Frankfort To Ludlow iEEK THE in For morning trains July 27 and August 3 the Midland will sell should bid fare- tickets to Ludlow and return fondest adults Si 70 children 120 Aug brightest 8 to Cincinnati and return 280 The best work in town is done at the Capital Steam Laundry The Irrepressible Saxbyw CrjrjL - RESDRT5 - OF C D BERCAW The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Agt Frankfort Reclver hnd K GEO B HARPFR- Gen Sunt MICHIGAN ELEGANT THROUGH WAONER SLEEPING CARS run dally between 1 SOUTH Lv Lexington Ynrnallton Midway Bagdad N TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M 620 648 619 736 Cincinnati and Bajj UiEW Mich No17 No19 No21 No 845 901 917 925 950 550 1023 617 10 3S 654 1044 641 1115 707 1155 733 1144 745 1219 812 A M 200 Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagnunte 217 232 240 388 7 rfS Send 10 cents in stamps for a handsome copy of the volume W M Hallway And C Snap Shots by the irrepressible Tbe direct route to Saxby to W C Rinearson Genl Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse Passr Agent Queen and Crescent City Elk Bapids Charlevoix Petoskey and Bay View Route Cincinnati Ohio Send at once Only a limited Tills Is tbe only line by which passengers to the Traverse Region are landed ut edition Traverse City Big Pour Route 816 33 82 41 822 426 448 4E 528 845 901 940 9 09 3 06 4 J H Ar Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley N 1 5 NORTH Lv Louisville P M P M P M VI No Anchorage Pewee Valley 18 No No 22 No 24 Â¬ Â¬ Map of tlio Virginia Battle Fleltls The only correct map made from official papers in the war depart- Â¬ WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS For full Information as to time of trains etc write any representative Big Four Route E 0 McCormick D B Martin Pass Trafllo Mgr Genl Puss Tkt Agt LAWYERS Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1020 1045 1055 1111 745 817 827 850 926 933 949 80 620 654 733 815 828 833 200 287 249 310 338 430 500 609 524 640 90 33 408 500 533 540 t 59 620 6 Off - 638 732 740 754 7rf6 llflO 810 Â¬ ment 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 Cincinnati O i W B LACKB URN Jr Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Ave Gunton BUg No 24 will stop at Anchorage and Ohristiansburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange for Cinoinnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot nt Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch Do You Want to Trade for a Piano June 15 ly Washington D C BIG FOUR ROUTE To The Any person wishing to trade a good milk cow for a piano can hear of such a trade by calling at this office 46 WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In the Also Real Estate Agent Courts ot Frankllu and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to tbe pur Â¬ KNIGHT TEMPLAR - CONCLAVE BOSTON MASS AUG- 25 31 ONE FARE FOB THE ROUND W Piles Piles Piles Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will oure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itohing at once acts as a poultice gives instant relief Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itohing of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by mail for 6O0 and 100 per box land 25 chase and sale ot real estate collection ot rents claims and thp negotiation of loans TRIP Â¬ FOR SALE corner Third streets South I DESIREofOneSELL and convenient andTHE ot the most Frankfort TO MY RESIDENCE Shelby ON sirable family residences In tbe city I also of Â¬ fer my furniture nt private sale For terms apply to the undersigned 43 lm SAMLR SMITH de Â¬ WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve Â¬ O Sold by Holmes Baird ly Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ Magnifloient Sleeping Oar Service Elegant Dining Gars Tickets good going Aug 19 to 25th good returning until Sep- Â¬ tember 10th with privilege of ex- Â¬ tension until September 30th For full particulars call on agent Big Four Route or address E O McCormick D B Martin Pass Traffic Mgr G P T A A mamm YgMMMfKiMtf nmaaugaa J W- w ft The following prizes are open to professionals as well as amateurs 8 oterertnttiiPpost onicontFrnnkfort Kentucky for best six 10 first prize ns second class mailable matter plants different varieties 5 second GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub prize 10 first prize best collection of PRANKFOBT AUGUST 3 1895 cut blooms second prize No plant can be entered for To the People of Franklin more than one prize County As it U well known to the majority of the people of this State that the 2gth National En- Â¬ campment of the G A R will be held in Louisville from September 9th to 14th being the first one ever held south of the Mason and Dixon line and as Â¬ WPPlWlw - foHWW e wiwt 77 v - 7 kt FMNKFOUT ROUNDABOUT THE NEW P P V LIMITED v Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and ana an st niprovi- M IV r tin Pic I 7iCjitfT ftlit THE ROUNDABOUT f Five Generations I Old Kentuckys reputation for hospitality is at stake it devolves upon the shoulders of the entire State to lend their assistance in en tertaining the vast crowd of visitors estimated to be between 300 000 and 400000 It is the intention of the com- Â¬ mittee to entertain these old soldiers with an old fashioned Ken- Â¬ tucky Barbacue and we respect fully ask the people of Franklin county whose reputation for liber- Â¬ ality cannot be questioned to contribute a small mite to this grand undertaking either of beeves mutton or shoates The Barbecue Committee estimates that they will feed 100000 people A special date will be designated when to send these contributions as each railroad is to start a special train over their respective lines to collect the contributions All we ask the people of this county is their earnest support in this matÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ ter THE CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW v J n Iff Li Prizes Offered New and Old The interest in the Chrysanthe- Â¬ mum show grows as the season Two more magnificent advances prizes have just been offered by Ellwanger Bros for Prizes amateurs 12 two pound cans of Chase and Sanborns Java and Mocha coffee for two finest plants one white and one pink 1 barrel of Pearl flour made by Cain Rout Versailles Ken- Â¬ tucky for two finest plants one f yellow and one red Solid Silver Berry Spoon Chry- Â¬ santhemum Pattern for three standards white pink and yellow by Mrs Berberich 12 pound Black Cake finest yellow standard offered by Mrs Orlando Brown Barrel Cream Flour finest white standard offered by Lexington Roller Mills Cut Glass Bowl finest pink standard offered by S D Johnson Mrs Chas Mathews and chil- dren of ShelbyvilK are visiting espocallv slacedon thVoisrv her parents Mr Jds Cox and j tjon Car Built by the Pullman wife on Third street and th re are Company from Chesapeake and -i - r vr csl oser now nve generations under tnati --si u piuis uic t vation Lars serve their purpose Â¬ roof viz Mrs Arabella Montgom better than any others that have ery her neice Mrs W R Btcon ever been constructed Mrs Cox who is a daughter of As the F F V Limited is the Mrs Bacon and her daughter only train having an Observation Mrs Mathews and her children Car attached it necevsirily fol- Â¬ It is not often so mmy g n ratio is lows thar the Chesaoeakc and Ohio Ry alone ha scenery inter are represented in the same family esting enough to demand an Ob Â¬ and the singular fact was not servation Car The F F V Limited thought of until several days after is tne only train running through the arrival of the visitors from from Cincinnati to New Yotk that enables the business men to trans Shelbyville act business in Cincinnati one day Horse Slioeinsr and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast Steel Toeing 100 resorts which are reached by the Four Shoes 80 F F V at dinner time instead of Four Removes 40 in the evening It is the only Setting all Tires of Two train that enablds business men to horse wagon 200 transact business in Cincinnati one All other work in proportion day and reach Washington for W K Uttiskback breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being Nerves on Edge made in the Union Depot in I was nervous tired irritable Washington with the Colonial and cross Karls Clover Root Express running through to Boston Tea has made me well and happy which reaches New Haven 410 p Mrs E B Worden New London 530 p m m For sale by John W R Williams Providence 715 p m and Boston Co 40 The F F V is the S30 p m only modern irain lighted throughMeat Store Sold out with Electricity carrying a Mr Mack Salyers has bought Dining Car and an Observation out the meat store of Mr Jas F Car The Washington and Atlantic Dailey on Broadway and took Express also an Electric Lighted possession on Saturday He is Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ furnishing a first class quality of nati at 700 p mt reaching Wash- Â¬ meat killing only the best stock ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection and will deliver it in any part of Comfort 600 p rn is made at Washington with the the city Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 A Babys Ijlfe Saved t Korlonc connection is My baby had croup and was P- mde 1wuhhe 0Id P1110 cured by Shi oils Cure wites ns New amshtP Mrs T B Martin of Hun sville Yor 300 p mthenext any For sale by John W R Ala Co Williams 40 Wsw Mjdand Time Table 1 1 Â¬ aen THE PEOPLES PAPER rim S r Jf u II Bfil EVERYBODT TAKES IT EVERYBODY READS A Il - i1-- OUUOW i jliU a Only mitmrnmrnm iwtww mmHwmg 1 r s Per Year fV M B K H B m M n JH w i3 LS Lv l n al t m L a in Executes on short notice and the latest style i Â¬ A A Av y - - All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed BIG FOUR ROUTE All lines from the South make in Central direct connections Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the Bi Four to Chicago St Louis Indianapo- lis Columbus Cleveland New York and Boston For full infor- mation call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick DB Martin Pass Traffic Mgr Genl Pass Ticket Agent Cincinnati O S Bestliine to the Nortli and East trains arrive as 1 Effective June 5 3d follows 2 a m- No 4 PNo Ivist bound trains depart 1 No 3 a m No 7 1 p m 7 4 P m- 1 makes connection for Cincinniti Lexington Richmond - m 7 35 No Midland No 8 1130 a m AUU K Pills do Not Cure Pills do not cure Constipation No 7 makes connection Cincinnati No 3 makes connection for Rich Winchester Cincinnati mond Maysville Lexington and poi ts south C D Bkkcaw Â¬ H011 wulM for M BINDERY Blank tho art kio of 11 kinds gotten np in the highest stylo ci Old Hooks and Music bound at lowest rates Iob G P A Work of all kin da solicited B 3 Eft S1 c t k fc Vi aggravate Karls Clover Root Tea ives perfect Co regularity of the bowels For sale 2 Bronze Statuettes finest red by John W R Williams Co standard offered by Mrs Selbert 40 for finest plant any color Talmage at the Cincinnati Zoo grown by a child under 14 anony Dr Talmage will speak to de mos lighted crowds Thursday Aug Water Color 3 finest pink 8th 1895 on thebeautiiul grounds plants offered by Mr Paul at the Zoological Gardens Cin yier cmnati Silk Umbrella 3 finest yellow Cres- Half fare via the Queen plants offered by Hudson Hum cent from all Kentucky points good until the next day to return phries Cassell C agents about it Ask Q Embroidered Centre Piece for three finest white plants offered A Great Germans Prescription by Mrs L P Tarlton Diseased blood constipation liver and bowel and kidijey 1 dozen Embroidered Doilies 2 finest red plants offered by Mrs troubles are cured by Karls Clover Root Tea For sale by Mary Haff Co John W R Williams 40 Handsome Limp for 3 finest McCoys Cooperate ostrich plume varieties offered by Dr Baxter We are prepared to make coop Ladies Fine 12 Trunk for finest erage of all kinds whisky tubs six cut blooms different colors kraut tubs cider and pickel bai rels c on short notice and of offered by D C Crutcher Co Give us a call the best material Drawn Work Centre Piece for at shop on Short street finest six white cut blooms offered Son J B McCov They only i The Capital Steam Laundry ex Â¬ Will ecutes all orders promptly call for and deliver work at your door telephone No 17 If you dont want good work dint try the Capital Steam Laundry 24 tf GEO A LEVIflS I5 717 and 219 St Clair Proprietor Up children and derive more benefit from Scotts Emulsion than all the res tof the food they eat Its nourishing powers are felt almost immedi- Â¬ ately Babies and children thrive on Scotts Emulsion when no other form of food is assimilated Babies rapidly growing Street Stairs Frankfort Ky V J jp BTiSiV W 4fe 4fe -- 7 -- 7 -- 7 fe fe 4 7 Icss than FOUR OENTS week Think of It Scotts Emulsion stimulates the appetite enriches the oloodjovercomes wasting nd gives strength to all who take it For Coughs Colds SoroThroat Cron chitls Weak Lungs Emaciation Con tumptlon Blood Diseases and all Formt Free of Wasting Send or pamphlet ScottfcBowne NY All DruggiiU By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville I am enabled to make un unprecedented offer to the news Â¬ paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the PER YEAR a THE CHANGE OF A LIFETIME by Miss Todd Saffell tOcnJJ 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4 4k 7 7 5 P A A --- LOUISVILLE EVENING POST by mall post prepaid to any address in Kentucky one year for g Thedally established the leadJost is an 8 column 8 pageKentucky prints In X870 report rX CfcSliCt the full of ing afternoon journal of 1UU MUI reports irusniugion ana tno tissaoiaicu rress iuii - irnniiorz aarresnantionce special telegraph linwn from mi A- parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choice mis- Lclluny and live political matter The paper used is clear and the type largo andcastly read Agents wanteds write for terms JJOTICJiAU persons who wish to take advantage of this SO - offer must make cheeks and money orders payable to B G noVJE Boom V 56 Third St Louisville Ky ago yip- w xxxjsr 3amngBBULWALMaMiaLSiwtjgAcvBntaitfjaier mRnRnBncarjarKrcariaRnrirariianinErt ouuuuaBaEwiauuuiaaKaEUiiuaauuEaija rcn oa ra dei Rd EE1 ntfrcaannnrxrcnrsBEaryrs sa uaEafiaEacuEaEaEaeauauaEuirjujcutauaEaaEaEaEucaEaEaBa na oa R71 ca Girt We Are Still Holding We have supplied our customers during the past two weeks with shoes and hats cheaper than they were ever sold in Frank- fort Our prices were the talk of the town Our customers appr ciated it and patron--R- n ized us liberally Iho Fort CO No Dissolution Call and see our RCl US RC1 nn RCT R3 RO K3 RC1 Eli R3 Is - lai 3 REI 1 I Jri 35 for yourself and family gg EST FTCT large assortment n YOUNG MEN i GfX nn Sa RSI ia ea Ra The warm weather is now hero and you will need summer hats and summer shoes are the sole agents for the Remember Kocklan Go line of celebrated shoes We rh carrry them in all style toes in congress 3 w- - ca Rft- - and bals aswgjrj ci jljijm jcarcarifcTiywrTyxrr aasuLisirssi Try pair Ra ca Rn znCT3CZlU9JfH vTXVXsxKsrmm a RH E3 Rn v en wta ua UQDBBaHauaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaKaEauaEaKauaEaEUEUE3E2uaEUKaEaaEaujuaEjL FRANKFORT JROUNJ ABOUT JOL4S X HannRaRaRaRiiRaRPiRaRaRinRunRRnRaRariRaRRaRjiRaRinRaRRSRaRarnrrirrtrrn IM veTZC7sxtXXsuMaimimmMM rs rRnnaRacaRaRPiJjariariiarianaaraniiriaRarjacararirinararnrnnrtRararnii oa a uaaaataLiaaaaaiuauatacacauauat2aauai2aoa tatau jiawauatauaycu oa feSEirsbsl Â¬ ca nn ca Ra ca RH 7 J f M SA W u Efw rrfc Ll cifh iv Will bo a Candidate Hall hit a slow grounder toward third which Frank Barret handled A call signed by a larye num- Â¬ -- FRANKFORT AUGUST 8 1895 nicely but McGann having a long ber of Republicans has been start beat the ball to the plate made upon Capt Jacob Swigert Basn Ball and the game was over to become a candidate for the The detailed score The Frankforts and the Mays Republican nomination for Repvilles played two games of base FKANKFOKT3 AB it IB IO A E resentative from this county and 1 4 0 0 10 Lin sey ball at Thorn Hill Park on Mon- Â¬ Hodman 1L If 2 he has 5 0 0 0 4 consented to accept the ib 0 4 Newman cf day and Tuesday 12 50 00 nomination if tendered him There 0 4 Sb Barret 129 0 0 0 3 0 The first game was a pretty one Llndsey cW lb 4 Douglat 0 0 3 0 0 is no more clever or personally 1 0 4 Wlntersinltu from a scientific standpoint Downing rf ss 0 popular gentleman in 4 0 0 the county 10 1 0 0 3 3 0 although the home boys were a VanDerveer p than Capt Swigert and he wiil 5 34 0 3 24 12 Stagg Totals trifle outclassed at the bat make a strong race MATSVILIE AB R IB PO A E pitched a good game all things VanWInkle 3b 0 3 i For Kent 0 0 4 considered but the heavy hitters Coxlt ss 1 1 2 1 0 4 llellinnu a 1 1 1 1 2 of the visiting team found his McUann2b 4 Tenley c 0 111 2 1 My new dwelling house on 4 0 1 0 0 0 curves often enough to earn two of Hallrf Shelby streets containing seven 0 0 1 0 0 3 Wwlsworth cf furnished or unfurnished their six runs while Reiman was Sutherlaud lb 0 rooms p 3 0 0 1 Wellner This house has all the as desired a Chinese puzzle to the locals 8 5 4 2G 1 82 Totals modern conveniences and is in the None out when winning run was scored In the fourth inning with the desirable bases full and but one man out for Innings 12345678 90 T0 mostterms applypart of the city to For Frankfort 00000000 the visitors Sutherland hit a long Muysvllle Wm Cromwell 00000000 11 fly to left of which Dick Van 42 tf Passed Dalls Tenley 1 Douslas 1 Bases on Balls Off Wellner 1 off VanDerveer running backDeerveer made a Advertised Letters at Frankfort 1 catch that Struck Out By Wellner 12 by VunDerveer 3 one hand ward Kentucky It Double Plays Wlntersmlth Barret and W brought down the house Llndsey Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ was the prettiest play ever seen at Time of Game One hour and forty minutes tised letters for the week ending Umpire South and Thorn Hill August 3 1895 The detailed score Brightwell Mies Mazzoni Miss Kate Lucy Maxwell Mrs The fine game put up by the Mary H ab It IB PO A E local team against the Maysvilles Cox R J Frankfort Gately John Nease Z H 7 0 0 0 0 4 Llndsey lb 0 5 3 0 encouraged Newman Mi8s 4 0 Rodman 2b the fans to hope Green Crosby U 0 0 cf Newman Helen Hollister Eluer G 1 0 2 3 0 Barret 3b something of an Hedger Geo Runge Louis 4 0 0 4 10 they could give o Douglas 1 Hollman Wells P H 2 3 0 10 Wlnte smith ss the Hall Mrs Mrs 3 0 0 0 0 0 argument to the Louisvilles Donning rf Major Wagon Supply Cov o o a 3 VanDerveer If i 5 Wm P Scalev o o a 3 Stags p i o League tail enders and a large Lamb H Clifford Thomas Mike Robert Mill Lewis Edward 23 0 3 24 13 4 crowd was present at Thorn Totals Willholm Mrs Thursday to see them try it Light Mrs Annie Mary Maysville ab r ib roAE Maxey Henry Weddell John O o Both the crowd Van Winkle 3b and the home 0 3 2 0 0 Cor If When calling for these letters 0 0 3 2 0 team were disappointed however please say advertised Uelinmn ss U 1 McGann 2b J 1 1 i Reiman p S B Holmes P M for while VanDerveer pitched a 1 2 Tenley c 1 2 Hallrf very good game under the circum 2 0 Wat smith ct 0 12 Sutherlaud In stances and was not hit at all ii TfTfflrt kfffak 35 Totals W2 27 n i hard his support seemed to have Innings In tie in- l 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 T a case of rattles rrankforl s 00000000O 0 0eo fi cores crossed the Maysvllle ooo i U Z rU I m made plate without a hit being r WC J itll wT i c Ssi Earned Buns Maysvllle 2 Douglass agait rainjht for the Biseson Balls Off Stasg 3 Struck Out By Stag 3 by rtelmifi 3 home team wide the Lou svi les Double Flays Barret Kodnun and Llndsey i7 mi H had their reuhr team on Wlntersmlth Rodman and Llndsey Time of June One hour und thlrty flvo fledj wjt McCnerv and Z diner minutti rTftVJHHeL he C ire wiS 14 Umpire John South ion the p Mis to 1 and tlte solitii y scor of the The second game on Tuesday Frankforts ms a pre ient from Four hits was marked by light hitting on Clarke an O Urieii If McGvery and both sides and the fielding was were mid Doth Ijjo melliod and results when r hardly so good as on the previous twelve offVittD svntp of 3713 is taken it is pleasant ijid 11 frcohiiiff to tho taslo and acts itst If day but the contest CMilly yet heart breaker was a regular Pen Met chant is still doing good was JNot lor a moment the work for the C eenville iiisis excitement and n rvous tension sipoi team Ii a series of p antes idiis and lovers and cures Imlmiml the of relaxed Both sides had men on between tin GiiciiviIU and Co jnitjitijiatioii Syrup kindFigs is pro ever inly remedy of its bases in nearly every inning but lumbus Mis leam which is htced plciising to the taste andae i il cw jejftiLlo to tho stonuteh prompt h lino nitnliinrr nnrt nIH flrrorl cim oum m r ul ioi voort at critical stages prevented a eral ol the jauies In the one on z HOiiou and truly beneficial in its iloct prepared only from the most fun being scored until the last Saturday lie held the Colnnnus fiorJiliy and agreeable substances its inning when after Wellner had down to two hits and the ire u many excellent qualities commend it co itll have made it tho most struck out the three locals who ville won by a store 17102 popular and remedy known faced him the visitors came to the In another name in which ie did Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c McGann the first the twirling tin Cotuiiilni got ind SI bottles by nil leading drttg bat to win iats Any reliable druggist who t lii- batter up made a clean hit to left only one btll outsiilt not have it on hand will pro may which bounded awkwardly and mond the infu ldeii ol the Chvi n cure it promptly for any ono who Lindsey allowed the ball to get ville having fifteen chances all of wishes to try it Do not accept any away from him McGann gingi which they accepted the scoie substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Tenley also made a standing at the closf of ih game to second SAN FRANCISCO CAL hit and McGann went to third 9 to 2 in favor of GieenvilL LOUISVIUe KY NEWY0RK NY Thr Monroe Patent STO K EW H BE 4 Jiy PwSPi f ytiVJmSxl Jffl 114 iTID THE ALASKA CKACOAL FILLED BEFBIQEBBTOBS 400030 1 300801 1 t Â¬ For Sale IBy J 7 s y Leainei ago RuDoer Belting at Cost 110 41224 ji i J rJ sm a7 - F1bf rs I s Are overstocked on the following articles very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Bugy Harness 150 Wagon Whips 200 Bugify Whips 125 Horse Co lars W which I am selling at V te mh VivrjSKt kj imm t I 1 Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper Saddles 36 Lap Robes or DusUrs 30 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand and Mower w I ozjr5 jsistjoy G J j m Kw5i rit The COLLJM Broadway SWIGERT ATST2T i- Hardware Dealer - ifesslJACOB - CO Insurance JL gents STUEET Tho only safe anre emd rollablo Female PIXIa 101 AND 102 K51 EasemEnt nf the Capital Hotel evor offered to Ijadlos eapecmuy recommend ed to married Ladlae take Ante for SS XOXXS JPWnTTXOTAi rJXHM and boxe no othor tsjjjBJifeiitsy for 500 Sed for olrolM Prtco 100 per liox 6 - otle Â¬ PENNYROYAL PILLS Toy KiTFor Sale I3R MOTTS CEnrMIOAXi CO HOIjMSS Ss BjaIK3D ZDrvuRlkto Cleveland Oaio tv j1 BnBHnBaWRIH JtXwlaQK31 SBBVHBBflMQHj MbbbbebH WiPjUr fW1 ii sailing craft while below the first bridge are the steamers and mail boats The scene from the bridges U always a busy one and you never weary of the endless variety it affords But nothing in terested me more than what I saw on the bridges The population of Constantinople is of the most mixed character Every nation of Europe erth is represented Asia Africa not to speak of America and Oceanica are here looking you in the face The throng that rushes by you is equalled only by the dive sity of races colors and costumes The pictures you get on the lower bridge of the Golden Horn are as brilliant and changeable as any you ever saw in a Kaleidoscope No point of observation about the city equals it One hour spent there will tell you more about the peculiarities of the population than half a dozen spent anywhere else In truth you are seeing Constanti- Â¬ nople more easily and rapidly than it can be seen in any other way I never before felt my linguistic poverty so keenly A man who cones to this city without know Â¬ ing at least three languages En Â¬ glish French and Turkish will be taken at a great disadvantage He might possibly get along with English and French but with English alone he is very helpless Every guide he employs qheats him every shop keeper regards him as legitimate game while the perplexities he undergoes and the mental wear and teir to which he is subjected in getting about all conduce at times to make him very tired and very willing to depart when the hour arrives The most famous Mosque in the world is that of St Sophia and the next most famous is that of Suleiman the Magnificent A visit to them is of course on the program of every tourist who comes to this city The Suleiman mosque is far more pleasing in Â¬ r r1 v MR DARS1E ABROADr 9 t W Constantinople From the Christian Guide - ft- IV The Auserian Lloyd Steamer Hunyaria brought us from Athens to this center of the Sul tans Krt dominions after a sail of two days Friday afternoon June first The first day out we encountered liead winds and rough seas on the Aegean and many of us maintain ed our unbroken record against sea sickness only by keeping closely to our berths It was a little amusing afterwards to find out how many members of our party could have gotten up if they had wanted to but who having been onsuch a considerable strain for many days past greatly needed Hut I am free to say that rest stayed in bed because I had to Three different efforts to arise satisfied me on that point Entering the Dardanelles how- Â¬ ever at the close of that trying lay the waves decreased in size and we were on our feet again all Historic of us sufficiently rested memories thicken around us as we enter these famous Straits A little back we had looked out on the plains of Troy anl recalled Homers heroes as with varying fortunes they battered at the walls of that city for ten long years Now we note the narrow place where Xerxes and Alexander constructed their bridges of boats to cross between Europe and Asia and where alsp Leander and Lord Â¬ 5 u ir t P 5Y J A t v f SM- P MP 1 r Byron made themselves a name by swimming from one continent to the other The distance across at that point is only about one mile h jugh the average breadth of the Dardanelles is about three miles Prowning fortresses on either bank proclaim that all who pass through these narrow straits do so by the But on we Sultans permission speed unmolested into the Sea of Marmora and in the afternoon of the second day we catch our first entrancing glimpse of Constanti- Â¬ point of beauty than the St nople which shows at its best Sophia but it bears no compari- Â¬ round Seraglio son to it in point of historical sug from the sei Sop hias was St Point drop anchor in the port of gestion of Galata and in ten minutes are originally built by Constantine in our quarters at the Hotel the Great and dedicated to the Wonderful for situaton Eternal Wisdjin Byzance It was twice is this old historic city It is a destroyed by fire and wnen re Â¬ gate way both by land and sea built for the third time by the and its possession is the key to the Emperor Justinian such gorgeous possession of a large part of two richness was lavished upon its con- Â¬ I am not surprised struction that when finished Justi- Â¬ continents Solomon I thit Russia has long had her eye nian exclaimed Angels on this city and his broken the have surpassed thee tenth commandment in regard to themselves were said to have given at many times the plan And in carrying it out The Sea of Marmora laves it every famous temple in the wo Id on one side and the straits of was despoiled to adorn the new Bosphorus on the other while the edifice Stones and pillars were Golden Horn an inlet of the sea brought from Jerusalem from the and a magnificent harbor pierces hundred gated Thebes from the it through the center The old temple of Diana at Ephesus from called the temple of the Sun at Baalbec part of Constantinople Stamboul lies south west of the from the Partlienon at Athens Golden Horn and is the city from the temple of Phoebus at The whole earth was proper On the other side are the Delos modern and European por- ransacked for hidden stores more tions of the city called Galata and white marble from Phrygia marPera The three cities unite to ble veined with rose from Laconia form Constantinople and together blue fron Iydia - black from embrace a population of nearly a Thessaly granite from Egypt Across the Bosphorus porphry from Sardis million These are lies a considerable Asiatic surburb the walls that have echoed the who is known as Scutari but which is eloquence of Chrysostom chiefly noted as the scene of said to have preached with such tender power that he emptied the theatres Florence Nightingales ministries during the Crimean war of their audiences When the Turks captured the and as the location of the English Cemetery where sleep the English city St Sophias was the scene of a hideous massacre soldiers who fell in that war The Chris- Â¬ Two pontoon bridges across tht tians who had taken refuge there Golden Horn connect Stamboul were butchered in cold blood and They di the sacred edfice was pillaged of with Galata and Pera Horn into three separate everything of value in it But vide the harbors The upper one contains just at the moment when the the Ottoman war ships the mid torch was about to be applied die one between the bridges tht Mohammed II the Conqueror Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ horseback and de dared that the church had now become a mosque and thnt hence forth the Crescent should displace the Cross and the great building be dedicated to the worship of Allah And so it remains to this day Hither the Sultans have long been accustomed to come each Friday the Mohammedan Sunday to pay their devotions and the military pageant attend ing this weekly procession Ivjs for many years been one of the chief sights of the city If we were de Â¬ nied the coveted glimpse of his majesty at St Sophias by our late arrival we were gratified a few days later by seeing him in a street parade which opened the festival Mohammedan annual Early one known as the Bairam morning we drove to a spot where he was to pass and alter standing on weary feet for an hour and a half our curiosity was well rewarded The streets were lined sides with double ranks on both Crowds of citizens of soldiers By and by filled the sidewalks in the distance we heard cheers They came nearer and nearer They meant the approach of the Sultans carriage But every cheer came from a soldiers throat and was given because commanded The silence of the citizens was some- Â¬ thing awful and ominous to me They seemed to feel that their ruler was their enemy And such a face as we saw when the Sultan It was pale thin passed by anxious fearful The Sultan is a small grizzled man of fifty six He never drives along the street without continual apprehension of Most of his the assassins bullet predecessors have died with their boots on and he expects to go in the same way Opposite him in the carriage sat Osman Pasha the great Turkish general and the hero of Plevna His fine large presence may have in part made the pres- Â¬ ence of the Sultan seem so in- Â¬ ferior Behind the royal carriage came other carriages with princes of the blood in them little pale fellows with pinched features who looked as if a good puff of wind We rewould blow them away turned to our hotel quite well pleased with having seen so well what we went to see but with a decided preference that Hamid II should be Sultan of Turkey rather than we It is but fair to say however that those who ought to know affirm the present Sultan to be one of the ablest rulers who eyer sat upon the thro ne None the less the empire is rotten to the core and every lover of civilization should pray that the time may speedily come when this Asiatic importation shall be sent back where it belongs and Europe be freed from the nauseating presence of the unspeakable entered on Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ how active and capable to rise ar get ahead in the Sultans domin ions The iron hand of this op Â¬ Â¬ pressive rule holds him down And if maddened by the tyranny under which he groans he and others make t sisterice to it their doom is sealed Their resistance becomes the pretext for bloody massacres like that which during the past year has sent thousands of helpless Armenians to their graves But more of this in my next It will require another letter to finish my account of the Sultan and his capital city Gkokgb Darsie aiUHOKKcuinuntuimajicwjAiiivjii HH H THE AMERICAN THACCOttWMtSlICCESSQrt MWVOBH UJAt ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE r YA7 -- it JK SMS w SWEET CAPO RAL Small Beginnings Mnke great endings sometimes Ailments thnt we are apt to consider trivial often grow through CIGARETTE Has stood the Test ol Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dec 16 1 neglect Into atrocious maladies dangerous In themselves and productive of others It Is the disregard of the earlier Indications of 111 henlth which leads to the establishment of all sorts of maladies on a chronic basis Moreover th re are cestaln disorders Incident to the spa or such as malaria and rheumatism against which It Is always desirable to fortify the system after ex Â¬ posure to the conditions which produce them Cold damp and miasma are surely counteracted by Hostetters Stomach Bitters After you Jmve Incurred rlk from these Influents a winelw ful of Hostetters Stomach Bittern directly afterÂ¬ ward should be swallowed For malaria dyspep sia liver coa plaint kidney and bladder trouble nervous and debility it Is the most deservedly popular of remedies and preventives a wine glassful before meals promotes appetite Â¬ yO P It Co OIOJISS James w Tichenor Admr C M IKRANKIIN vs CIRCUIT COURT c Plaintiff Jones c Defendant PERSONS HAVING LAJMSvAGAINST A LISteph n l liuhtnor deceased are Hereby untitled to present the sninn to me proven hs requ rtd by law or tn appear before ae and prove the tame u m before September Aug 81m 2 18U5 rqulnd bt ny Cut Flowers law on or order of court W II POSEY Commissioner F C C When you want cut flowers of any kind you want them cut fresh NEW to preserve their beauty and fraFAMILY grance Therefore Powers green 43 ST OLAIR STREET house is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by anyone in either cut flowers or FORTUNE JDKBAM Proprs plants A full supply of plant will be kept at the store from now on in the Grocery line and sold at prices that cant be EVERYTHING fresh ana Â¬ Grocer JsWh beat 35 tf Notwithstand the advance all kinds of leather our prices on FORTUNE JORDAN harness and saddles remain the mayll Sm Call and examine the same largest stock ever in Frankfort f DR W I KELLEY Mastin Bros 38 tf IiOUISVHjLiBTOBAee O MAR Â¬ nice Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ in ed in any part of the city Call and see us 1 w Mi rx KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE OF CINCINNATI O will beatthe jr fhoestix Â¬ eeptjsi KY-i- WZ just closed amount to 3680 hhds with receipts ior tno same period opbusy hhds Sales on our market since Jan Saturday August 3 1895 uary 1st amount to 117324 hhds Sales of the crop of 1804 011 our market to Saturday August 17 1895 this date amount to 117433 hhds Our market for burley tobacco this week has developed no especial changes All grades of burley with high color have been taken at satis Â¬ factory prices to sellers and the mar Â¬ ket has shown somewhat more strength on this type Sales have al Â¬ so been rather more satisfactory for the better grades of red leaf other Â¬ wise the market remains about as it has been for 3 weeks past The re Â¬ ports which reach us from the coun- Â¬ try are to the effect that in many localities the rains have been exces Â¬ sive and considerable damage has been done to the growing crop The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damaged 2 75 1 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 3 75 Sales on our market for the week IN LEXINGTON HEMORRHOIDS what are termed piles In any form cttrdd without surery ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum also cured FISTULm unu riaSUttea cuipu REEEBENCES Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leucli Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort K Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky A J W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Tas M WIthrow Frankfoit K j DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 413 West Eighth streetClndnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- - s DAYS W 418 W T Eight St ClnclnnatlO KETLEY M D TO THE CENTER OF Common lugs not colory Common Oolorylugs Medium to good colory 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00 8 0Q Medium to good leaf 13 00 Good to fine leaf trash 3 75 2 50 4 00 5 50 4 00 5 50 50 00 00 00 00 Select or wrappery 8 8 13 17 17 OOta 28 CHICAGO BY THE a W0 - i MONON ROUTE Louisville New Albany Chicago Ry Co Turk His rule is a blight to every land that falls under it He is the enemy of all progress The pro- Â¬ tection he gives the people subject to him is the protection which He robs vultures give to lambs them by a system of taxation which amounts to downright spoli- Â¬ He is like the miller who ation for his toll in grinding wheat took it all and swore at the sack I asked a subject of the Sultan what proportion of the products of the fields were paid to the government He laughed a sickly one third We should little laugh and said be very glad to get off with that but the fact is the government takes everything we can rake and scrape over and above our actual There is no living expenses chance for a young man no matter Â¬ BIG FOUR ROUTE BEST LINE T AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dlnlnc Care Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars magnltlclently furnished with toilet accessories In each cora pai tment Elegant trains morning and even Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for St Paul Omaha ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled trains with Buffet Parlo Cars Klegant coaches Dining Cara and Waene Denver San Francisco AND THE BuffetSteeplngCara BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line rrom Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wanner sleeping Cars NORTHWEST Call fru NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Oars Wagner Sleeping Cars Klegant Coaches and Dining Cars lauding passengers In Positively New Yortc City ut 42d Street Depot For V a Tickets By The iMZOZlOKL - VSCP yvwwW op 1 NO FERRY TRANSFER Bo sure your tickets read via BIG FOUR D B MARTIN E O MCCORMICK Pass TratUo Manager Genl Pass Ticket Agt CINCINNATI FRANKJ E H BACON REED G P A Chicago rf D P A Louisville V Zfr f tss1 w - Tliis Is Tlxat X am wnucwvcMM ua rstrmxr gfcingr to MmfliAAAAAAAAAAAAA larve people sa37JWA BUG JiMsl 0 r WW WrrF1WrrWFF I IF W Jfo- - Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods vJr3 - To dUlse out my entire stock of china I am giving tinware away at present prices every pee in my lurgu stock will be Granite ware cut 50 per cent markvij own to very close margin above m My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets N trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is WLUM tmrV complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere f and get nces - - i W 2 - I gfc jftSKh -- Jf J7J3 I 1ST ST CLAIR Permanent Secretary Chosen The Queen tional T1 JZ3 L Good FisliiiiK But Poor Fun Messsrs Stephen Hlack A W Macklin and Rev E S Alderman of this countv left last week for tion on Monday elected Mr H t Cumberland rivr intending to L Jarod of Chicago as the per- Â¬ manent secretary of the AssociaBut returned home TiiUrsoav even- - tion which portion Mr Jarod i ing in a rather dtstn ralizd con-1- - has accepted and entered active Â¬ dition They found the fishing ly upon the discharge of his splendid but Mr Aldertnan who duties He has a temporary had only a fev days before arisen office in the house on Washingfrom a sick bed where had been ton street formerly occupied by it confined for weeks with fever was Mr Dr Green and is busily envwsick all the time tlfe party was gaged in making preparations to gone and confined to bed the begin work as soon as a perma- Â¬ greater portion of the time and nent home is secured for the orMr Jarod was born vpn Tuesday Mr jBlack while ganization climbing around on the river bank in Switzerland but has been a resi was so unfortunate as to receive dent ot tne united states since a a severe fall which Spoiled all his small boy and has had considerWhile no bones were able experience in the work in fun he was so severely bruised Wisconsin broken He is an energetic and shanken up as to prevent him young man zealous in his work V from getting about so Mr Mack- Â¬ and will leave no stone unturned to lin concludedto break camp and make the movement a success in being the two invalids home the this city m i one weak and emaciated and the Will Nominate To day It is other done up in bandages hoped that both gentleman will The Democratic primary to be soon be all right as the illness of held in this county to day to nomione and the injuries of the other nate a candidate for Representaare not considered serious tive promises to be a red hot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Matrimonial Stagg Keenon Mr Thomas H Stagg and Miss BAttie Keenon were quietly married at the resi dence of the brides parent on Washington street i t 6 o clock Wednesday morning Re J Mc- of the Clusky Blayney D D Presbyterian Chi irch offkiat- First Vk vr -- jng Only a few frien i and rela tives of the contracting s parties were present and the new ded pair left over the K Births Midland at 7 oclock for Shy In this county on Tuestrip to Mew YorK ant day July30th 1895 to Mr W eastern cities A Shy and wife a daughter Deaths Stella Zerelda weight ten pounds y Stickney In Cincinnati on il Sacra Little Nellie Ev Wednesday July 31 1895 to Mr ifant daughter of Mr Johil George Fetter Stickney and wife Cand wife died at the home a daughter parents on the Louisvil Â¬ Park dedication at Chica this fall It will be a nota- Â¬ miuga ble event Do you want to know how to make the trip and what youll sec We claim to be when you reach the journeys end for bargains Write to W C Rinearsoh G P Crescent A of the Queeu Route Cincinnati Illustrated and descriptive matter upon applica- Â¬ tion Crescent Route The Queen to Chattanooga is the best line and has the reputation of unequal- ed service of handsome trains of ace day coaches and through eepers from New Orleans Mer- Â¬ We promise to place at your disposalthe idian Shreveport Vicksburg and Why not deal with us Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the Birmingham to Chattanooga market and to make prices right Quick scheduhs and interesting scenery en route help to make the Crescent and Southern Queen route par excellence Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest C to the Atlanta Exposi- Q prices that our store is a place all economical tion buyers should visit It will be one of the greatest fairs ever known to America Many features of the Chicago Worlds Fair and many additional and new ones Exposition open September 1 8th to December 31st 1895 THE Do you want to go Write to W C Rinearson G Both Mr Violett and P A Cincinnati O for printed contest Col Taylor the candidates have matter made a lively canvass and when Are You Made the votes are counted to night the majority will not be very large Miserable by Indigestion Constireaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed Both candidates seem confident of pation Dizziness Loss of Appe- Â¬ through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ tite Yellow Skin Shilohs VitalTuscaloosa Meridian New success and it will be a fight to a izes is a positive cure For sale nooga Attalla Birmingham Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Orleans Atlanta Macon Hot Springs Through and Jacksonville finish and every voter in the by John W R Williams Co Sqq Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe and county of that political faith will 40 m be rooted out and hustled to the San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California THE BIG POUR ROUTE Jwf I polls before 4 oclock this afteriNew urieans or via onrevepon via -Off iC Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ noon j ga Crescent Route to Ohickamauga The Board of Directors of the Veterans and their friends will Young Mens Christian Associa- all want to attend the great Na- VJLJLjXli jl STREET If So ifWhy Not And Why J Â¬ in Not So our store ters the Great Headquarr in M Boots Shoes s I Hts Books e q Â¬ v 7 3d MMcCLUKESOK Â¬ Â¬ Queen Cresceht y j805Ea tJfZjfi ID I Â¬ Â¬ ties at Chicago Â¬ z Sj Monday aged three yearsj funeral took place Tuesday noon and the remains were i in the cemeterv Another Pete The local S nate of the Essenic Order gave another lawn fete in the lot at the corner of Second and Steele streets last night and while not on as extensive a scale as the one given last month ws equally as enjoyable Steele Dr Thedphilus V f i died at the home of his son John Andrew Steele in on Friday of last week remains were brought hel fnrprrprl In th err II afternoon land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Convenient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuledra Trains Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeting Oars Private Compartment Bufjvt Sleep ing Oars and Superb DininstJars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your tioket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCobmiok Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the city and Free Parlor with everv accommodation to patrons Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa- tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Chattanooga Chas W Zoll W C Rinearson Div Pasar Agt Cincinnati 0 0 P A Cincinnati 0 V2 SSUcS H G MATTEL THE- - JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOLE Receivers i C THe THE MISSILSIPPI VALLEY RODTK 0SW iiBiis R R PMonaiier 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K LiitBfl MEMPHIS ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT 8ERVICE rmr Captain Sweeney U S A X Contract IJet Mr George Salender 1 v contract on Thursday for hi storeroom on Second str Messrs Howell Nethertoi i mi r win commence won acionc push the building to an 1 Shilohs San Diego Cal says Catarrh Remedy is the first medi- Â¬ Mrs Sallie Robinson Thomas cine I have ever found that would Price 50 cents do me any good has returned to our city and hav For sale by W R Williams j John Mrs ing purchased Henrys Co 40 millinery store will be glad to Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoko have all her Iriends give her a call Bought out Mrs Henry KYKVaHRM AlnTninp WI COPYRIGHTS PATENT MEMPHIS VICKSBURG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS Â¬ Your life Away only pletion r Thejiuilding to harmless Is Shilohs Cure A neglected biicco lmbltthe thtit braes up nlcotlulzed cure nerves eliniuiiites nicotine poisons makes wr ale Stop it at meiiRulii strength vigor and uuinhood You cough is dangerous No-to-b- a The Best Cough Cure The truthful sturtllnB title of a book about ouAUANrEKi brick one story high cellar underneath iip ZvkJ i once with Shilohs Cure For sale Co by john W R Williams 40 run no physical or tlr uncial risk as la sold by druggists everywhere unter a guarnn Book fiee too to cure or money refunded Address sterling Remedy Co Ntw York or No-to-l- Chicago CAN OBTAIN A Fora answer and an honest opinion write to fc CO who havo had nearly titty years lUNN experience In the patont business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of in Â¬ formation concerning lntenta and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ Rates Tickets and nil Information famished by ical and scientific books sent free Ticket Agent of any Railway Co it not lntenta taken through Munn ft Co receive special notice In the Hclentltlo Amerlcnu and address thus are brouaht wldelv heforotho mibltc with out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper W MoBRLDB tssned weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any BdentlUo work In the Traveling Pass A cent year eampit todips seni iruo Louisville Ky dltlon monthly fiW a year Bin eopi snts Every number contains be In colors and photographs of i tlfu nlana unabllns builders to show T BLYNOH latest designs and secure contracts Address General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky CO NEW YOUK 301 fiBOAUWAT MVHX South and Southwest J 1 Jrttb-1 ifrjiiW 1 fmmmmmmmm mtmmmmtmmmm Gf j p M - fS W i Kf Quite a number of our people are atte iding the protracted meet ing at Bridgeport Christian Church Misses Fannie and Pearl Sea tmore of Louisville ate visiting Mrs Angrave Mr Thompson Johnson was here during the week threshin the wheat crops of our farmers Mr Stoop is working on his new house Miss Nannie Baker commenced school here last Monday week with twenty eight scholars Rumor sent us the very un Â¬ welcome news last week that Dr Owen Robinson had been shot Our people are glad it is a misÂ¬ Â¬ take On the 20th the District Treas- urer attended here at the sclioo- house tu collect the tax levied for the school supplies Such a very few came and paid that the the tinu trustees extended four weeks All indbbted will save expense by leaving tlvi amount due with the Treasurer or the Chairman of the Board Mr Jim Tracy as after the time set delin- Â¬ quents will have Sheriff Armstrong to settle with On Sunday the 2tst at 3 oclock a number of our people attended the baptism services near Conways Mill of those who joined the church during the revival con- Â¬ ducted by the Rev Polsgrove at the school house on the Benson pike After the bap tizfhg our people went to Sunday school conducted by Mr J Staten and heard Mr Polsgrove preach Â¬ P an immense Various sug- Â¬ gestion were made by the press and otherwise that the government should employalarge number of men by working them at very low wages on locks canals harbors fortifications c until times were better and a petition to Congress was prepared and signed by hun dreds of thousands stating the distress and asking relief Realizing from experience that no attention would be paid to the petition a large number of the unemployed under the lead of Gen Coxey de- Â¬ cided to cany the petition them selves to Wash ngton to show the very urgent need by presenting themselves as a living petition Arriving at Wash Â¬ to Congress ington alter a long weary march they found the Capital grounds Climbing closed against- tht tn the fence they swarmed up the Capital steps and caUed for their The Speaker of the members House came out and made a speech to them of which he is now most heartily ashamed for it was more like a despot speaking to his serfs than a Congressman addressing his fellow citizens Not a word of sympathy for their dis- - j tress or their long journey across millions causing M 7--- M to dIbiBSs amount of distress Â¬ AHtHIHtUIHULUIIUlf 111 i1 Sl Â¬ M x - vm Inventory finished and we bmin now a searching clearance sale f all stock from 1he old firm A sale that willlknock all CASH former prices into a cocked ha is the great lever we shall w id in the conduct of the new business an we invite every consumer of m iBSBE V- - 1- - M lllJII klllll they had no right there and treated lilV UII klllVlll IUIU lib uiothH hoes and Furnish Id J at night The blackberry crop is veiy slim but all our apple and pear A X Ifr fr - IV -- - the unemployed in the United States were numbered by the trees have broken down with the weight of the fruit Hauled to town they are worth ten and fifteen cen s a bushel The scribe made the acquaint- Â¬ ance of a railroader some time ago who had just lost his job be cause he did not have the right kind of religion Quite right anyone who hasnt the right religion ought to lose his job or get right Being out of employ- Â¬ ment he will now have leisure time to hunt up and fasten on the Served him right right religion Meantime a little leisure might be spent by the boss on the question Am I right Dr Reynolds visited Mr Uutrins little daughter Ida last wetk who is very sick viivii tin- iano niivi ivuiuo Miss Scott of Texas is army disbanded and cattered all M over the States an J told the sto v W visaing lir uncle of their Washington reception so Crutcher vhh Miss Kate San ford is visiting many people sympathized them that at the next election Mrs Cull in Frankfort this week the politcal opponents of the The opinion prevails here that if party then in pnver were victori Â¬ the Republicans do not take ad Â¬ ous by a maj rity so immense vantage of the great dissatisfaction that it was called a landslide and that people express concerning caused national rejoicing if the Democratic rule city county late Congress did one good histo- Â¬ State and National they had ry is silent in the matter while the better shut ip shop The discon state of thecountty during the last tent is wider and further spread two years would answer the questKan you Mr Editor would like tion as to whether it did any harm to believe Old Democrats have It has the record of being the told the writer that a change meanest legislative body that ever of parties in this State would be tried to govern a free people and very desirable and a looted treas will only be remembered for the ury tampered ballot box with fact that while they were in session whole precinct thrown out are American citizens were clubbed just a lew of the reasons given for and beaten for carrying their flag the belief there are plenty more and walking on the grass Let us The Bn ckinricige 0 wens campaign hope that the time will be far disdull times and low prices of wheat tant when it will be necessary 10 are all discussed whenever people call on these men to carry the flag If an old time Democratic and defend the government where meet majority is wanted the managers they were so cruelly treated had bttter get out their soup kettles jugs and oratory Hows ThiaP very readable well written A Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re article concerning the Coxey nrJ for auy case of Catarrh that Army appeared in the Rounda- Â¬ 3 1 not be cured by taking HaUa bout June 29th giving and ac- Â¬ OatJirih Cure Co Props Toledo O J count of the cause that led to the V WeCheney the undersigned have known formation of the army and the F J Cheney fortbe last 16 years and motives that influenced them in believe him perfectly honorable in ull business transactions and finan Â¬ Mr cially able to carry oat any obliga Â¬ the mirch to Washington Robbins believes that ignorance tions made by the firm was the cause and recommends West Truax Wholesalo Draggista Toledo Ohio the public schools as a cure Walding Kinnaa Mjuryia Wfcols Ignorance it most certainly was salo Druggist Toledo Ohio Poor fellows they did not know Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally acting diraetly how little Congress cared for them and mucous mrtusm open the blood the system they had no idea of the cruel re Prioe 75c per hotels of tMA by all ception they would meet at the druggists During the year 1894 Capital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ them as if he owned the grounds Beand they were trespassers lieving that every citizen had a right on the ground they proceeded to argue the matter when the police were called for who clubbed and beat some and arrested others who were tried and convicted some for carrving flags while one unfortunate was found gu lty of walking on the urass Published in all the American papers flashed by cable the story with much unfavorable comment upon American justice appeared in the European press one paper affecting not to believe the story as unlikely cabled its American representa- Â¬ tive to investigate the matter and cable results and when Crisps speech number and names of prisoners charges against them trial and punishment with an ac count of their previous clubbing was received that paper was more mystified than before and professed its inability to understand Ameri- Â¬ can customs but pointed out the fact that there was but one coun- Â¬ try in the world whose citizens r were punished for carrying their f own flag or imprisoned for tres- passing on their own domain and h that the puni hmvnt namely the I CiUD i g Ccme nrst ana cue unuea Â¬ j Â¬ to this clearance sale Buy to your pres ent as well as future W untsi Come at once immediately while the purchas- two ing power of a dollar is magn and three fold D - Wl rut ckr vruxruirLrutru Go1 Starks Successors to Crutcher ape old stand SK 0 l 10 50 Real Estate SEE THE 3 L B MARSHA LL ffAJ ffftB BEDROOM SUITS OFFICE 236 MAIN S lEET We off3r at ten dol- lars and fifty cents I They are beauties t Solid Oak Large L Bayel Mirror nice finish K j j 2 j FOBJJALE KTEY quick will take A ORGAN 50 Cost sink it bow foeisa le a two story with large Side UBLB FRAME DWELLING puds on Cross street South For ZE2ent TWO STOHY FRAME RESIDENCK OK 9 Rooms with st tblo and mao grounds on Murray stieet South Side Thlsls very desirable I R Rogers Son Opposite Courthouse street South Side FOR RIS FT II FRAME RESIDENCE property iETcsfcr FOR SALE SSsalo OF K0UR South Side ROOMS - ft i new on vow lerntreet ini AME COTTAGE SLoc 310 rAAAAA i i i AND STOREROOM Sid RESIDENCE ON TODD ihld U dlrublo proi Is otfered at a burita eity and Muinnsuuuu 50 ikts- Blac smith RI ACKHMITU am Forks or ElUhorii ai Â¬ Â¬ Drs DENTISTS Are prepared to do all kinds of den tal work intrusted to their care Ex amination free Office hours from 9 a m until 5 p m June 8 lin EPS PROIERTY AT THE lncludlm a frame rest- denes of fo ur rooms wltu necesiarr btitlalnKS rpHE TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF aim ten uc res or land Is olfrtd at n burtrilu 1 eight rooms eah on Main sreet South this is the oniji suup now in operation at mat place and villi command a good trade It run by an Frankfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds experience workman 1 FOE RENT POE 3233 Property HENRY FOR ODonneUe Rtm A 2r ox GRKAj SSalo or innniiriiitiirlniQriil tXoFiW i - im EiiJft3srKFioi3i Over Weltzel AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE CF FIVE on Shelby street South Frankfort iiauuieui inakealltl BARGAIN IS OFFEHEri IN THE L Maltl louse property on Mero utreot This property If wellunulnned for maltlni or would MVirrliiiiMH FOR SALE FARM OV 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITD- A laree part In the city limits of Frankfort oflhls land Is now under cultivation and the bal Â¬ ance Is ood crazing laud In this tract there Is alio a uuiintlty of Hue tobacco laud 26 0 ACRE FARM OF FIN E Dissolution rnilE Notice STARKS IS this day dissolved by consent of the partners composlm said lirm and all purtes uokiidk claims UKainst said linn are requested to present them for payment nud all wb are Indebted are earnestly solicited to come fonvird and settle promptly so they can get their business settled D C CHUT IHKR without delay INO P STARKS I F 8TARKS OLD FIRM OF CRUTCHER lUCnn rtVfV a ww A- LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE- nltuated near Forks of Elkhorn U offered tori sale This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will ruUo line tobacco as well as - ull othercf ops suited for this cllmute Will sell WILL BUY YOU A FRAME COTtage ota rooms ou Second Btreet oneasypniymants rsfiBJ FARM FOR SALE WE FQR SALE rx FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY L0 18 miles from Frankfort on a Kood bad upon which there Is a brick resl moras a tenement or lour rooms and lecessitry Improvements This land Is tatty cuuivaiion me improvements IH tV cuted at this office i i Job work neatly exe OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF A FINE cate acres situated on the Georgetown turn- Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro turnpike ti Â¬ ductlveland Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ aenceoio plied with water and Is especially adnpted to allother lu a high S aro In 11 quick sale rOUUdlllBB attractive tniiiik thrt riuhllR nnil nnr imtrnim psiimcIi Hit fnp i the very generous patronage extended u during the period of on r ru ere tiantl le career of 20 ears our successors that and retiring we ask Â¬ pawoinliberal patronago for alvvavs extended to the A CARD XMl saHc m anHlS WJV M Oi dltion ana in order mt onereuatauarLain to make a old firm Julyl3 lm CRUTCHER fcTARKS I R mbb uA wm MARSHA tlvM r m y CO -- i ri t i v i i 7U f mffimA fibf ilk A