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The Frankfort RoraDABOUT ill - i nlllil k B ifirjJHfSFi GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advano NO 50 IfflYOI m XYIII Jlo Built Work to Begin FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1895 TEACHERS INSTITUTE Chcuigo THE MASONIC TEMPiLE iUHrinL lrWill j t In a Short Time J 9 wmcn was l1d nearly aton two years aeo is to be erected J uc CUUII UIIUCI UlUlVUllC3 which the board of directors have labored for some time have at last been overcome and it is expected -the contractor will resume operas tions next week and the work will k Igo right along as almost all of the materiaja is gotten out and ready m vwrnmriu tJ iiiiu nit uunuiiiti iiic nun v front on the ground the stone for the front dressed and stored away -- only a few blocks distant and the Bft i 4 - other material within easy reach The building will be three stories instead of four as originally in- Â¬ tended with handsome stone iron and plate glass front On lthe ground floor there will be two ilarge store rooms the second story will doubtless be occupied by the Young Mens Christian Associa tion while upon the third floor will be located the lodge rooms to t BflMIBfT Si be used by the Masonic fraternity r It will be a handsome structure Si aifwfc and will fill an ugly gap in that part of the city 1 M PV - The Masonic Temple the foun- - K -- M Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report Baking Powder Off For Camp In tlio Place of Meeting oftho White Teachers Made Necessary ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ S5 - - I MP m A Handsome Office v 3 IMPMMWJ UBshEs IHMHH Hi y The Allen Bradley Company have removed their office from the flower floor of the W A Gaines Co building to the second story of the same building over the store room occupied by Messrs Mastin Bros where they have large airy quarters with plenty of desk room for their -- fill A i C II V te V i it mm m m rJWi Lee Clarke and George Letcher two young colored men of this m M city procured a horse and road hr cart from Messrs Mangan 4 Darnell Sunday and drove to Wl Versailles That night while driv J ing along Main street in that place the horse became unmanagable 29 Stores and began to kick Clarke was kicked upon the right leg break- Â¬ x ing the bone between the knee Without Bail and ankle and was also badly The examining trial of Richard bruised Letcher had the flesh of t Suter charged with the murderbe- torn entirely away from the bone Harry Kelly last week was of his left leg below the knee gun before Judge B G Williams Both young men Were brought to Tuesday morning and not conclud their homes in this city and will ed until Wednesday afternoon be laid up for some time Some very damaging evidence against the accused was brought To Cleanse the System it out in the trial and the court held ft Effectually yet gently when cos n him over without bail to the next termjofthe Circuit Court which tive or bilious or when the blood i rJ is impure or sluggish to perma meets next month N B Hoover bar keeper in nently ure habitual constipation Repairing the Court Room k- Mrs Anna Gage wife of Ex the saloon where the killing took to awaken the kidneys and liver iikS to a healthy activity without irri Â¬ The State Librarian Mrs Day place who was arrested as an 1 4 Deputy U S Marshal SVdis- Â¬ is having some needed repairs Ill lue tating or weakening them to nru A Iil L kuiiii win w4 pel headaches colds or fevers use made in the court room of the Columbus Kan says tried to day jpSyrup of Figs Court of Appeals in the old Capi- Â¬ I was delivered Council Proceedings of TWINS iu tol building The plastering of 3C3 SCO Paris Fair less than SO min The reguk r meeting of the the ceiling having become danger Â¬ m utes and with The annual exhibition of the ous as it was liable to fall at any common council was held on scurcely any pain irTuesday evening Bourbqn County Agricultural time it has been removed and the after using only two bottles of An ordinance gran tin c the Society will be held at Paris on room will be ceiled with pine uiAft riirnpp ml aj ft American Telephone Company the 4th 5th and 6th of Septem- Â¬ While the ceiling is off the joists mu 1 ncno Go the right to use the streets and ber t This is the oldest fair in the of the floor of the hall of the alleys fofsctting their poles and State apd always has been a first Housj of Representatives above FRIEND Largest House Furnishers in the class one i stretching lines was given its first will be strengthened also to pre- Â¬ DID NOT SUFFER AFTERWARD v passage The same was given its World mull receipt of price vent any possibility of the floor WSentbr Kxpross orUook on TO MOTllKUS1 A good set of harness for 7 50 lOO iter bottle mailed rue final passage at a called meeting at giving away under the weight of a mUDFIKU UEGUMTOlt CO ATU3TA 11 IASTirrBuos 223 225 IvEAIiT ST Wednesday morning SOLD JJY AM DUUUGISTS la rge crowd tf 38 r y elegant private officei Theofrices are handsome ily fitted up wainscoted in oak hard oil finish and the walls paint- Â¬ ed in colors pleasing to- - the eye The entrance is the same as that sto the office of Messrs W A Gaines Co a door having been cut in the wall between the two The room vacated by the Allen JBradley Co is being fitted up for the Postal Telegraph Co who will occupy it as soon as their lliries are run into the city clerks and an The ordinance giving the West- Â¬ ern Union Telegraph Company the same right of way was passed a second time An ordinance providing for an electric light at the corner of New and Short streets and also at the Workhouse was adopted Mr Marshall stated that Prof Nelson had agreed to come and make an examination of the new brfdge provided his expenses were paid He was requested to come and see if the structure need ed any repairs A communication from the Sec- Â¬ retary of War to Senator Lindsay in relation to the old drift pile just above the ncv bridge was receiv- Â¬ ed and read The Secretary states in substance that when the remainder of the piers are re- Â¬ moved and the rock moved from the lower end of the drift pile that the Government boats can then move the drift which he does not think is now interfer ing with navigation On motion action under the resolution in relation to the removal of the toll gate on the Lewis Ferry pike was suspended for sixty days in order that the Cir- Â¬ cuit Court may have an opportu- Â¬ nity of passing upon the question involved There being no further business the council adjourned Â¬ Kicked by a Horse Â¬ w Â¬ -- i i The McCreary Guards of this city left Wednesday morning on the 950 train for Henderson to go into camp for two weeks with the other companies composing the Second Regiment Kentucky State Guards The company was es- Â¬ corted from the armory to the station by a large crowd and pre- Â¬ sented quite a soldierly appearance as they marched through the streets ladened with knapsacks and the other trappings incident to active service and reminded one of old On the train the boys war times joined the companies from Lex Â¬ ington Winchester and other towns easr of us and at Louisville the whole regiment was united and went from there by special train to Henderson Captain Gaines by constant and careful drilling has made this company although a young organization almost perfect in the manual and evolutionsand if the boys do not march away with the flag in the cdmpetive drill at the camp it will be because of some A Runaway Caught unforseen accident and not be- Â¬ cause their work before going on Annie Ferguson a young girl the field to contend for it does not sixteen years of age becoming entitle them to it tired of her home in Madison A Successful Meeting Indiana boarded one of the boats running in the Kentucky river The basket meeting held by the trade when it touched at Madison congregation of St Johns A M one day last week and came up E Church at Thorn Hill Park on the river leaving the boat at one Sunday was a complete success of the landings above this city and an exceedingly orderly and Chief of police Tobin was tele- Â¬ well conducted gathering reflect- Â¬ graphed to look out for her and ing great credit upon Rev J W located the girl at the home of Frazier the pastor No huckster- Â¬ John Finn in this county where ing or- selling of any kind was she was stopping temporarily allowed on the grounds and there On Monday her brother-in-lawas such an abundance of provis came to this city and together ions furnished that after the nine with Chief Tobin drove out to 29 Stores hundred people had feasted at din- Â¬ Finns and succeeded in persuadner time enough was left for fully ing the girl to go home with him as many more A small charge The girl is said to be pretty and was made lor admission to the attractive and gave as a reason for grounds and from this source and leaving home that she wanted to from contributions one hundred go out into the world and make and sixty two dollars was cleared her oarn living for the benefit of the church Chairs Bottomed Two sermons were preached one by Rev Dr Benjamin of Bottoms of chairs renewed in open cain split or perfor- Â¬ Cincinnati and the other by Rev either on short notice ated Dr Chambers of Lexington Mks Jennie Gross both of which had the close and 331 Washington street between respectful attention of the large Broadway and Clinton 50 im congregation Owing to the fact that workmen will begin next week putting repairs upon the Court House the meeting of the County Teachers Institute announced to be held there beginning on Monday and continuing through the week will have to be changed to the chapel of the city school building on Sec- ond street and all teachers are notified to report there Monday morning A concert for the benefit of the teachers library will be given at the Opera House on Thursday evening August 22d by home talent assisted Miss Mary Pattie a charming young vocalist from Richmond and Master George Smith the violinist of Cincinnati Prof Wayland Graham will be the accompanist and Prof Wolfes will render several Orchestra pieces The price of admission will be announced laterT The Colored Teachers Institute will be held at the colored city school building commencing on Monday August 26th and will be conducted by Prof J H Jack- Â¬ son of the State Normal School All of the colored teachers in the county holding certificates are required to attend this meeting Â¬ n K li Wt - tJ w UK To in L 1 -- 4 m 1 1 1 H HTJ 7 I ink s 1 - 1 m - w Â¬ Â¬ Bed Room Suits 10 and up Parlor Suits 17 and up Sideboards 950 and up - M dS Center Tables and up Beds 1 and up Â¬ - feBiJr Rhodes Burford Furniture i k vBimt PLM a ftt S WfV v i y V t l Ji tV RB spgouii w 2 far w Wto kJi v r juvV1 Mm wr m M OJin jxnnrLarvririTUTnjinrLrLn njinnjuarurnnnnnnrmruvinnnnnnjinnrinnnnnruin 5 are some people in the world easily gulled by a noisy flam- - 2 rpHERE Hi - i- - neither evidence of good quality nor low prices We simply state what we believe to be a fact that we are selling good goods for so much less than other stores thatit is dis c tinctly to your interest to do business with us We clothe vou hand- 5 someiy and save you money oiruinjxiinnnju uinnrutruu uiixnjxnnTuanjinnjinnJir is X ing advertisement It 2 VOH A V I - ft - - i Ms wl it Jim II mi h tT t if i i- 7 W U HUDSON HUMPHRIES tfflmirwmwBfw C ASSELL REIilGIOUS Tho Irrepressible Saxby I 1 I i m Bas-s-- m 1 U iV- t1 Cw H Mr D L Desmond of Maysville has been visiting Mr Chas E DesMiss Cora Ellis is visiting friends in mond in this city this week Shelbyville Miss Lorena Young of Lexington is Mr and Mrs James Heeney leave visiting her cousins the Misses Monday for Boston Stephens on Conway street Mr John Rice and wife are visiting Miss Lavinia Brawnor and brother friends in Mt Sterling Master Gibson of Richmond are Mrs H S Banta of Louisville is visiting relatives in the city visiting relativos here Misses Nora and Maggie Newman Mr Frank Heeney leaves Mon Â¬ left Monday to visit their sister Sister Romelia in Covington day for a trip to Boston Misses Sarah Brockman and Bessie Mrs John 0 Noel left Tuesday for King are the guests of Miss Jennie Old Point and New York Mrs J BVeach of Lexington is Baumes at Frankfort College Mr J G McLean and family spent visiting relatives in this city this week at Gen W J Hendricks Miss Ora Leigh left Tuesday for a country residence near Jetts visit to relatives in Paducah Miss Nellie McNamara who has MissBessie Cheatham will return been visiting friends here has re- Â¬ to her home in Louisville to day to her homo in Lexington Mr Alex Anderson of St Louis turned Mrs E E Hume and children Mo is visiting friends in this city spent the past week with her mother Prof T M Turner has returned Mrs Sam South at Hoges Station from a visit to relatives in Virginia Mr Robert Skene and wife of Miss Nellie Egbert of St Paul Louisville are visiting Mr W H Minnesota is visiting relatives here Newhall jr and wife on Main street Mrs John E Miles went to Ver Â¬ Mrs Stephen Keller of Cincinnati sailles Tuesday to spend a few days is visiting her daughters Mrs M A Miss Alice Trabue of this county leaves Tuesday for a visit to Missouri Selbert and Mrs V Berberich in this Â¬ PERSONA Mr Lee A Cohen left Tuesday for a trip to Niagara Falls if Mrs Bettie Phythian has returned Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louisville from a visit to friends in Lexington arrived yesterday to spend a few Mrs J B Utterback was very ill days with her mother Mrs L Gar the first of the week but is improvÂ¬ rard ing Miss Annie Berry of La Grange Mr L Labrot and wife left Thurs Â¬ has been visiting her uncle Mr S B day morning for a trip to Niagara Holmes on Wapping street this week Falls Miss Etha Weitzel of Wheeling Mrs Sam S Clay of Paris is visit ing Mrs Patsy Ware on Clinton West Virginia is visiting her cousin Miss Genevive Weitzel on Madison street Mrs L Weitzel and Mr Ohas street Mr W S Johson and wife of Hen Â¬ Weitzel and wife have returned from derson are visiting their daughter the East Miss Maggie May Thomason left Mrs Kenner Taylor near Jetts city Â¬ w SIM Si S s V Wednesday for Winchester to visit relatives Mr Edward W Hines returned Wednesday from a months sojourn in Canada Mr Thos B Rodman returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Mt Sterling Gen Fayette Hewitt and Mr Frank Hewitt left Thursday for a trip to Niagara Falls -- Middleton Miss of Louisville is theguest of Miss Josie Hughes on Second street Mr John H Stewart and wife visited relatives in Richmond the first of tho week Miss Mamie Norwood of Louisville is visiting Miss Loula and Ella Ohoate in this city Miss Barbee has returned to her home in Danville after a visit to Mrs John Young Brown Master James B West left Tuesday for a Months visit to relatives in Irvino Estill county Mrs S FJTrabue jr of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Sam South in this county Prof R R Hutcherson editor of the Independent Corinth Grant county was in the city Tuesday Mis Susie Logan of Shelby county who has been visiting friends here returned home Saturday Hon D L Thornton of Versailles and Richard Godson Esq of Midway were in the city Monday Mr Robert Church wife and daughter Mrs Robert W Noel left Thursday for a two weeks stay at Harrogate Tennessee Station Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis returned Sunday evening from a trip to Old Point Comfort and Richmond Virginia Mrs L B Longmoor and son Mr W W Longmoor returned Monday from a trip to Old Point Comfort and New York Mrs H 0 Murray and children re- Â¬ turned Saturday from a visit of sev- Â¬ eral weeks to her sister Mrs Mallory in Chicago Mr Mason B Barret left Tuesday evening for a visit to Old Sweet Springs Virginia and Newport Rhode Island Miss Cora Addams of Cynthiana who has been visiting Miss Tiny Addams on Second street returned home Monday Mrs Maria Murphy and daughter and little Miss Tots Trabue left Thursday for a short sojourn at Estill Springs Mr Sylvester Labrot who has been spending the past month with his parents in this city returned to Cin Â¬ cinnati vesterday Mr W J Chinn left Saturday for French Lick Springs Indiana for a sojourn of several weeks and will go thence to Colorado Col D F Boyd formerly of this county but now of Michigan Military Institute Orchard Lake Michigan is visiting friends here Mr William Shindlebower of Lex Â¬ ington was in the city Tuesday Ho Was for a long time a resident of this oity but left here just before the war and found but few here on Tuesday who remembered him Henry county Dr Arch Dixon of Henderson Christian Church The regular spent Tuesday in this city visiting his service at 11 am to morrow con Â¬ sister Mrs John Young Brown at ducted by Rev George Darsie the Executive Mansion No service at night Sunday school meets at 930 Mrs Patsey Ware and daughter Prayer meeting Wednesday night Miss Lutie returned Wednesday from a visit of several weeks to rela Â¬ at 745 tives in Paris and Versailles Catholic Chukch The usual ser Â¬ Mr Maupin Woodson of the vices to morrow conducted by Rev Roundabout office who has been Father Thomas Major the pastor quite sick for several weeks with High mass at 730 a m Low mass fever is able to be out again 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m Mrs D 0 Hardin and daughter Miss Hannah returned Wednesday Episcopal Church There will be from a visit to Messrs Upshur and no services to morrow as Rev R L Sandy Hord in Aurora Illinois McCready the rector is absent on Major William H Starling of Green his summer vacation ville Mississippif who has been visit ing his sister Mrs Lizzie Pepper First Presbyterian Church near this city left for home yester- Â¬ Rev J McClu8ky Blayney D D will day occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Mr Samuel I M Major jn who is ing at 11 oclock No service at making his home with his aunt Mrs night Lafayette Green at Falls of Rough Young Peoples Society of Christian Grayson county iB visiting relatives Endeavor meets at 715 p m in the here lecture room Mrs Mary R HafF entertained at cards at her home on the corner of Methodist Church Rev S F Shelby and Todd streets last even Pollett the pastor will conduct the ing in honor of Mrs Wm Cheatham usual services to morrow morning at 11 oclock Union service at night of Louisville Sunday school meets at 930 a m Miss Christine Stubenrauch has Epworth League convenes at 645 p returned to her home in Cincinnati m in the ladies parlor accompanied by her cousin Miss Carrie Selbert who will be her guest Southern Presbyterian Church for a few weeks Rev Henry Thompson will occupy JDrTJ V Williams was called to the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 Lawrenceburg the first of the week oclock No services at night in consultation with Dr Wylie of Harrodsburg upon the case of Mrs The union meeting to morrow night H B Carpenter who 1b very ill will be held at 745 oclock at the Miss Mary Keith Miles accompanied Methodist Ohuroii and the sermon by her cousins Misses Florence Wil- Â¬ will bo preached by Rev W 0 Tay liamson of Dayton Ohio and Sadie or D D of the Baptist Church Fogg of Georgetown left Tuesday to visit Miss Louise Russell at Paris Protracted Meeting Tho pro Â¬ Miss Lucy Alexander and Mr A J tracted meeting whioh has been con- Â¬ Alexander jr of Woodford county ducted by Rev W 0 Taylor D D and Miss Stillwell and Mr R A at South Benson Baptist Church Waller jr of Chicago have been the closed Thursday night The result guests of Mr John Lindsey jr in of the meeting was 16 additions to the church this city this week p Miss Nellie Fellmer has recovered The annual State meeting of the sufficiently from her recent severe Christian Church of Kentuoky assem Â¬ illness as to be able to sit up for a bles in Stanford next Tuesday Wed- Â¬ bhort time each day Her father nesday and Thursday Rev George Prof E A Fellmer is able to go Darsie of this eity appears on the about the house again program with The Future of our State Sunday school work as his Dr Baxters office is over Bar- Â¬ Careful and subject retts New Depot skillful dental surgery at moderate The Kentucky Sunday school Union prices met in its 30th Annual Convention at m Advertised Letters at Frankfort the Central Christian Church in Lex Â¬ ington the present week It was one Kentucky of the largest arid best conventions Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ in the history of the Union tised letters for the week ending Tho Best Cough Curo Auguat 12 1895 v Is Shilohs Cure George Matt Acter M J A neglected Aldon Dave Harden Mrs John cough is dangerous Stop it at Braefford All HferndonC L once with Shilohs Cure For sale Buffln Mrs Mattle Johnson Herman Co Clark V P Stone Miss Mamie by j ohn W R Williams Jook Mrs Jane Taylor John 40 Flake J B Told S S Ganes Fannie Wade WJ 344510 Denver and return Marshall Wilhoite Elzy August Ioth to nth One fare When calling for these letters to Boston and return August please say advertised S B Holmes P M I9th 25th via the Midland Â¬ Baptist Ohuroii Rev W 0 Tay-Â¬ Mr W H Posey is sojourning at Tatham Springs for the benefit of his lor D D the pastor will conduct public worship at 11 a m to morrow health on whioh occasion he will deliver his Mr L B Marshall left yesterday farewell sermon preparatory to leav- Â¬ for a ten days sojourn at Tatham ing for his trip to the Holy Land Springs o service at night Misa Nellie Stanton left yesterday Sunday school in the Chapel at 030 for a visit to relatives at Sulphur a m i Send io cents in stamps for a handsome copy of the volume Snapshots by the irrepressible Saxby to W C Rinearson Genl Passr Agent Queen and Crescent Route Cincinnati Ohio Send at once Only a limited edition I y v Nerves on Edge I was nervous tired irritable and cross Karls Clover Root Tea has made me well and happy For sale by John W R Williams Co 40 MrsE B Worden The Worlds showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leavÂ¬ ening power as the Royal Fair Tests K - I jH M rOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THC H H iMjin LQUISTILLE fl TiESj B B THC BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH H H Latest Market Quotations H H Latest State News B H All the Local NewsReports m I H H Complete Press In Largest Circulation 30000 the South AND OVER DAILY I H B 50CENTSAM0NTH Or 500 BOS Year by Mall M H JNO H A HALDEMANBus aR I Fourth avenue KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE H M H BEST CondensedNews Stoiies Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Anbvers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE v Weekly A fiourier Jopal V ten page olubt column Democratic Newspaper HENIIY WATTEKSON Is tlio Kdltor PRICE iflOO A YEAR COURIER JOURNAL make liberal terms to ugentH Sample copies of the paper mid Premium Supplement sent free to any Tlio WEEKLY address Write to COURIERS OURNAL COMPANY Louisville Kv IgtfJMiiiikw - l V Lfl - 9JJUuinjrrinnnnrinnnrinnjuiJXfiruxnrinriiinrinn MAW is4fMs vrnm dn i POLITICS does not influence our business at all No tricks of trade by us are played but honest dealing marks our course For jewelry that is worth wearing we have ISM a high reputation Clocks J mm WatcKftimand Silverware at prices that are eye sur priserjijf Learn their value by an examination prove bur words by purchase m v SvEc tJ 1C I wm -- vy L May Hoact Next Week -- rtruxruiruarmnnjrnnnmirLrimiJTnjmr A SelTbeirt Â¬ Leading Jeweler Frankfort Ky Egg 233 St Clair Street Klin Mm JK -- w V HKtiE Prof Irl R Hicks the weather prophet who has been Very accu- rate in his predictions this summer has this to say of the weather for the balance of the month About the i6th great heat will reciJr during which storms will threaten in many places but as a rule they will result in little rain and much bluster The times of respite from summer heat will as a rule fall between the storm dates of the calendar beginning in extreme western sections before the end of the storm periods From 19th to 22d is a reactionary period with new moon at an eclipse on the 20th Heavy summer storms with earthquake probabilities about the 20th and 21st Colder weather will follow about Mercury equinox on 25th 28th will effect storms of this period joth with much cloudiness andjain and very cool weather following Probably frost in extreme north about 26th to 29th Month ends grow-- improving and there is a chance for his recovery His wounds in the face and abdomen are both doing splendidly and give evidence of healing in a satisfactory way The attending physicians are very much encouraged by the develop- Â¬ ments of the past few days and express the opinion their patient may recover from the wounds but the effect of the paralysis will always be felt Connected by Telephone The Midway Clipper says Mr Robert Pi Pepper as manager of the Pepper estate is having tele phone connection put up between the South Elkhorn Stock Farm in Scott county and the farm occupied by Mr Lloyd Featherston near Midway both of which are Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ owned by the late Col Peppers heirs L N TIME TABLE however that Mrs announce writ- DR E R WOODWARD Head is much better at this A JI A JI P M P M ing SOD No 17 N0T9 No a No 2a Surgeon Lv Lexington Dr J D Keightlev and wife 845 200 630 VERSAILLES KY have removed from our midst to ynrnallton 9 01 2 7 643 Midway 917 232 69 Owen county Spring Station 925 AT NEWMANS LIVERY BARN 240 78 WILL BEWednesdiiy hereafter Prompt at Frankfort 950 550 305 736 Mr John W Stephenson and tention given to telegraph telephone and night Bagdad 10ffl 617 338 8C2 Pleasurevllle 1038 034 calls Aug 10 lm 353 816 of sister Miss Mary Emma Eminence 1044 041 401 822 Lagrunce 1116 7 07 426 845 have been in our Georgetown Pewee Valley 1135 733 448 901 Anchorage BEST IN QUALITY JOST IN QUANTITY midst recently 1144 745 4f6 99 Ar Louisville 1219 812 520 940 Brother Burding ministers to his charge at Pigeon Fork Shelby AM P M P M PM NORTH county to day and to morrow as N0TI8 No K NoV2 No 24 usual Lv Louisville 745 G0 200 600 Anchorage 817 651 237 533 CREAM Messrs Nelson Alley and Erie Pewee Valley 827 7H3 249 540 Lagrange 850 8l 310 r59 Burdin have each been quite sick Emlnpnce 926 815 338 620 Pleasurevllle 53 626 933 828 tnis week Bffgdad 949 838 48 638 FOR 20 YEARS Frankfort 1020 9 00 410 7 Mrs Eliza Trimble broke Spring Station 1500 732 1045 Has fed all WORM Remedies Midway 1055 509 740 ground a few days since for the EVERY BOTTLE GUAMNTEFO Yarnallton 1111 524 754 Ar Lexington 1130 640 810 SOXD BY AU DRUGGISTS erection of a new dwelling on the rrrpartd br RICIMRDSOX HKD1C1VG CO BT LOCI site of the one destroyed by fire a No 24 will stop at Anchorage and few months since Chrietiansburg for passengers Mayl2 ly let Veterinary Â¬ WORMS HTES VERMIFUGE fl Captain Sweeney San Diego Cal TJ S A Â¬ Epidemic of Fover tions Typhoid ing warmer with storm conditions Woodford reappearing in the western sec eight cases Â¬ Pisgah and IF BR 1W ft B rW K The Professor hit center on Jforks of Elkhorn yesterday for it was a Jimmy Sweetner and everybody is ready Rev C E Nash of Louisville the reaction he predicts for will preach at Buck Run ibr at 1 oclock a m and 8 Monday oclock p m Let everybody attend Attended the Conference Our neighborhood was well Mayor Julian and County Judge represented at the Elkhorn Bip Williams attended the conference tist Association Tuesday Wednes of city and county officials who day and Thursday which body with the Stamping favor a further contest in the bank convened w Shilohs says Catarrh Remedy is tne first medi- Â¬ cine I have ever found that would fever is epidemic in do me any good Price 50 cents There are For sale bv John W R Williams county Co in the neighborhood of 40 Mt Vernon BIG FOUR ROUTE Best Line to the North and East All lines from the South make I TABLERSniI BUCK EYE OINTMENT A SURE n rlllD CURE Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagranpe for Cinoinnati Nos 19 and 21 conntot at Anohorae for filoomfkeld Uranoh Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct line between CINCINNATI Frankfort lisle AND FRANKFORT and CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Bnortest and quickest between Georgetown tax cases which were decided in Â¬ i favor of the banks by the Court of Appeals shortly before the adjournment of the court in June r The meeting perfected arrange- ments for concerted action and arranged to secure additional counsel to look after the case now pending before the Court of Appeals upon a petition for rehearing and also before the Supreme Court of the United States in case an appeal is taken to that court Â¬ -- Â¬ Improvements - The new storeroom of Mr John A Kleber on Bridge street stock into it The new brick residence of Dr Ty 4 O H Reynolds on Third street g a is completed and Miss Eliza Over on wno nas rented it took and moved 4 v possession yesterday aw pt r f in- jmu yit IPvf 14 x u Ithody Better Btfflthat The following from the Midway 1 Clipper will be good news to the friends ol Col Rodenbaugh in this imi countv w J It is gratifying to the numerous friends of ColH C Rodenbaugh iSaS J m K t T w Wb riio rrtinin rri nAn nt of the Hotel Woodford wshot last Monday weelk h Xane to know that he iflttU neAni Ktrm who was by W N is steadily in Central direct connections Union Station Cincinnati with 1 through trains of the Big Four Â¬ to Chicago St Louis Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland New York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ mation call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr Groiind church Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O A goodly number of our peopie contemplate attending the Frank- Â¬ Are Yon Made lin Association at Mt Vernon next Miserable by Indigestion ConstiWednesday and Thursday pation Dizziness Loss of Appe- Â¬ The American Telephone and tite Yellow Skin Shilohs VitalTelegraph Co have been in our ize is a positive cure For sale midst several d iys this week with by John W 11 Williams Co a large forci constructing a line of communication along the Frank- Â¬ o fort and Georgetown route caus Cow for Sale A first class ing quite a business revival for the Alderney cow splendid milker time being giving five or six gallons per day Mrs Mary Steadman and Miss Apply to Mrs V S Rodman Wilanna will arrive home to day 49 2t from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Union county To Winchester Rev W H Whitsett D D Midland train No 3 leaving President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary- Louisville Frankfort at 4 p m makes close and Rev W J Williams of connection at Paris Junction with Hopkinsville have been rusticat- K C for Wit Chester arriving at ing in this section for a few weeks Winchester at 610 Miss Sailie Samuels has returnRamblers 100 Crescents 40 ed to her home at Stamping to S70 all fitted with Rambler Ground from a recent visit to tires The best friends in our village E J Rouerts Agent Mrs Julia Hughes has returned TSlcs Piles Piles home from a visit to her daughter Dr Witlianib Indian Pile Ointment Mrs -- Mattie Crum at Beards will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated Station and Itohiug Piles It absorbs the Miss Sailie Webb of Cincinnati tumora allays the itching at once gives instant a poultice is the guest of Mrs Virge Feath acts as Di Williams Indian Pile relief erstone Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and Mrs Julia Lucas and daughters nothing else Every box is guaran Sold by druggists sent by have been at Monterey Owen teed box county for the past two weeks mail for 50o and CO 100 perCleve Â¬ Props WILLIAMS MFG ministering to the wants of Mrs land O Sold by Holmes Baird 25 ly Mrs Harrietta Head Lucas who sustained severe mother exe irijuri s recently by falling down a work flight of steps We are glad to office Â¬ Â¬ years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES known for 15 and CERTAIN Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ KajsTille Cynthiana mouth and Cavingtos SOIJ BT AXT DRUGGISTS TrnutllyBICBABSSOiT USD CO S7X0UIS May i2 ly -- TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD 2 1895 TIME In effect June SEEK TUE SCHEDULE I OF A M I TItAINS I BDPIi - RESDRTb - DP MIPUIHAM ELEGANT l Lv Lv Lv sw Minh LvSnltier TBAlNb EAST rlliiiMon Summit Elkhorn Mi raping Ground M l P M P M No 31 lvo7 4 00 I A THROUGH WJNEtt SLEEPING CVR3 run dally between Cincinnati and Bag UiEW Lv Georgetown Ar C S Deuot Lv ewtown L Centrellle Lv Duvall Lv JohUbon B Elizabeth Ar Paris Lv Ar Paris Junctiin 0 700 706 711 718 728 734 740 747 755 808 816 820 A 40ti 430 4 1 4 20 4ii 441 100 111 120 132 148 158 215 300 320 335 345 p 447 26 4C9 830 M I 510 618 522 532 635 M 4 400 m I I AX G4J Â¬ Big AiidC Four Houte 1VM ltailwuv The direct route to TBALNS WEST P No 2 iNo Â¬ Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse City Elk Rapids Charlevoix Petoskey and Bay View Traverse Helton are landed at Traverse City Lv Paris Junction Lv Parih c Lv Elizabeth Centrevllle iv Lv Newtown Lv 0 S Depot Lv Georgetown B Lv Johns un Lv Duvall Lv NoUNo8 44T 455 618 535 565 660 700 728 945 965 9 69 540 6M 610 C14 1007 10 17 1040 1045 10 61 622 642 645 6 51 6 57 This Is the only line by which passengers to the Lv Summit Ar Frankfort WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS - For full Information as to time of trains etc write any representative Bit Four Houte E 0 McCormick D B Maktin Pass Traflla Mgr Genl Pass Tkt Agt LAWYERS 745 llUJ 1116 765 1122 a 06 A 1130 816 SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtonn 1036 a in arrive Frankfort 1130 am Leave Frankfort 400 pm arrive Georgetown 1C0 p m Lv Lv Swltzer Stamping Ground Elkhorn 1068 703 713 720 726 735 Â¬ C D BERCAW The Kentucky Midland Railway and conneo tlons form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and weBt For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Agt Receiver and Gen Supt Frankfort Ky GEO B HARPER Â¬ June W BLACKBURN Jr Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Ave Guuton BMgf Washington D C 15 BIG FOUR ROUTE To The ly KNIGHT WM CROMWELL TEMPLAR CONCLAVE THE ROUND TRIP Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky chase uud sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Also Heul Estate Agent Will nnutlcoln the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties give special attention to the pur and will also Â¬ BOSTON MASS AUG 25 31 ONE FARE FOR neatly Job cuted at this Â¬ Magniflcient Sleeping Oar Service Elegant Dining Cars Tickets good going Aug 19 to 25th good returning until Sep Â¬ tember 10th with privilege of exFOE SALE tension until September 30th T DESIUE TO SELL MY HESIDENCE ON THE For full particulars call on agent J corner of Third and Shelby streets South Fomkfort One of the most convenient and de Big Four Route or address sirable family reslden ts in the city I also of D B Martin fer my furnltur Mt prlvato sale For terms E O McCormick apply to the undersigned Pass Traffic Mgr G P T A 43 lm SAilL R SMITH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V ml WR mm Wi V VjtfHkE Si FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT him 8 ntere d nt t li o post onico at Frankfort Kentucky as second class m tillable matter jiiili w P W2 E ft- - w Sfcttv fc4 v I tv wJKtam1 iVUwbJ h 0 Sunday May room in a mechanical way because the F F V Limited will 13th leave authority is stronger than he Cincinnati daily at 1220 noon OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Tlie facts of his text book studies arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ are based upon the authority of m FRANKFORT AUGUST 17 1896 the author the facts not found in delphia 1120 a m and New York p m vill The text books when presented to him consist 140Composite Car train PRESCRIBE A UNIFORM of Elegant ard founded upon the authority of Day Coach with Smoking Com For the Children in the Public the teacher The rules and regu partment Dining Car Pullman Schools lations of the school upon the Sleeping Cars of the latest and authority of the officials A pupil most improved design and an Observation Car Now that the time is approach Emphasis is accustoms himself to submit slav especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ ing for the reopening of the Public Y ishly to authority because his tion Car Built by the Pullman Schools would it nut be a good teachers and others having hij Company from Chesapeake and idea to prescribe a uniform dress welfare in their hands are them- Â¬ Ohio plans the F F V Obser for the pupils something sub- Â¬ selves not enjoying rational free vation Cars serve their purpose stantial but not expensive and better than any others that have dom but are on a plane of ever been constructed within the reach of the children of No development arrested As the F F V Limited -- is the the humblest mechanic and labor Â¬ wonder the pupil rebels against only train having an Observation ing man requiring rich and poor authority His rebell Â¬ Car attached it necessarily fol sometimes alike to dress in the same material ion is oftentimes his best nature lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter so that the poor mans child calling for rational treatment esting enough to demand an Obwhen he goes to school clothed servation Car The FFV Limited The Uong Distance Xiincs comfortably but cheaply will not is the only train running through be made to feel his poverty when Last week we said the lines of from Cincinnati to New York that seated along side of the son or the 1 Postal Telegraph and Long enables the business men to transparents daughter of well-to-d- o act business in Cincinnati one day Distant Telephone had reached and New York the next It is who is expensively and gaudily the city whereas onlv the tele the only train for Jersey City Coast Plain and substantial clothclad graph line had reached town the resorts which arc reached by the ing is always best for school pur- Â¬ work on the Telephone hav F F V at dinner time instead of poses and if a rule is adopted ing It is the only been suspended just outside in the evening requiring the children to be dress this city train that enables business men to The telegraph line enters transact business in Cincinnati one ed as above it will do away with the city at the south end ofShelby day and reach Washington for much of the complaint we hear street coming down as far as breakfast the next morning It is that the poor people will not send Todd thence over to Main street the most desirable train for New their children to school because South Side down Main to the England resorts connections being they cannot afford to dress them river crossing the river Union Depot in Executes on short notice and jn the latest style just below made in the with Washington the Colonial suitably will be done away with the Arsenal This route is made Express running through to Boston THE PURPOSE OF EDUCA Â¬ necessary to avoid the numerous which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m TION shade trees on the other streets m O Providence 715 p m and Boston Work on the telephone line has p m The F F V is the Sonic Obstacles 3Iet in Accom been resumed and it will come 830 oniy modern train lighted through Â¬ plishing That Purpose down the Louisville pike and in out with Electricity carrying a Second street Dining Car and an Observation GEO ROBBINS s Car We have shown that the study She Did Not Suffer The Washington and Atlantic of geography leads into nature Express also an Electric Lighted Three months before our first Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ studies and also is instrumental in child my wife suffered so from moral culture It deals more par cramps and pains she could not nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ticularly with the practical Let get in or out of the house with- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m us look at another basal study out help and was often in bed is made at Washington with the Nature unsubdued is fit only for for two or three days at a time I Boston Express or the Limited of Mothers a the dwelling place of wild beasts obtained and bottle the first appli reaching New lYork bout 900 after Friend p m At Norfolk connection is and savage man Oceans must cation pains and cramps ceased made with the Old Dominion be crossed mountains must be She continued to use the remedy Steamship Line reaching New tunnelled raw products must be and suffered no serious incon- Â¬ York 300 p m the next day transformed and transferred so as venience until the hour of confine- Â¬ New Midland Time Table to nourish man and protect him ment at which time she suffered but little pain her recovery was The ocean steam ship the rail rapid and complete in fact she Midland Effective June 3d road the electric light and a suffered no pain after birth Her trains arrive as follows No 8 thousand other things all indicate friends say they never saw any Â¬ 815 a m No 2 1130 a m mans intellectual activity These thing to equal her case Truly No 4 735 p m No East bound trains depart things are results of the study of Mothers Friend is a blessing to expectant mothers and my wife 1 7 a m No 7 1 p m No 3 physical and chemical sciences shall never be without it 4p m These sciences appeal very strong Â¬ E E Johnson No t makes connection for Enfaula Ala Dec 8 1894 ly to mans intellectual nature Cincinnati Lexington Richmond Arithmetic is the basal study and points south Cheap Rates Via L N No 7 makes connection for - for the study of which prepares Cincinnati Aug 14 19 Edwards Miss physics and chemistry It is a No 3 makes connection for N C 15 16 Statesville mistake for the teacher to empha- Â¬ Rich Â¬ Cincinnati Winchester 27 29 Charlothe N S Blank Books of til kinds gotten up in the highest style aS size the commercial nature of mond Maysville Lexington and Sept 3 6 Detroit Mich arithmetic as all important when Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates the art Aug i8th 25th one fare to poiits south ob C D Bercaw presenting it to his pupils This Boston and return G P A Werk of all kinds solicited is the most ineffectual incentive he To Niagara Falls and return can use He should impress upon Aug 15th at 782 The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ N will ecutes all orders promptly Aug 15 17 the L Will their minds that arithmetic is an sell round trip tickets to Eminence call for and deliver work at your exact science that It deals with Ky at one fare account colored door Telephone No 17 truth and thus inspires them to a Fair tf 24 love for truth that arithmetic is A Great Germ ans Prescription If you dont want good work but an introduction into that group Diseased blood constipation dont try the Capital Steam of studies which deals with the and kidney liver and bowel Laundry 24 tf truths of nature made known by troubles are cured by Karls For sale by the intellect The teacher should Clover Root Tea 215 217 an 219 St Glair Street Up Stairs Frankfort Ky Co W R Williams 40 look higher and yet higher and see John For all the ailments of Throat in that subject the beginning of Lexington Colored Fair Sept and Lungs there is no cure so the possibility for man to assume Y Y Y 4th to 7th quick and permanent as Scotts that dominion over nature which Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is The Queen and Crescent Route palatable easy on the most deli the Creators words imply when will make half from all Ken He said to Adam Subdue it and tucky points rates this occasion cate stomach and effective on have dominion over all the earth kX Biggest Jtess than FOUR CENTS a week Think of it Dont fail to attend By an nrranement with the publishers of J That the presentation to the colored fair in the United States The livening Post of Louisville 1 am enabled VI fV to make un unprecedented offer to the news- child of the ultimate value of Splendid attractions paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the iPP C agents for particu- Â¬ Ask Q arithmetic as of practical benefit LOUISVILLE EYEWlflG POST V by post lars age mall in Kentucky one year for 3 The mW prepaid to any addressdaily is ineffective depends upon the m x890 the lead- - VlFjf an 8 column 8 naHe Posits stimulates the appetite aids the r establisheain mg- atternoon journal ot Kentucky prints the full report of fkjStf The Midland natural method of the childs digestion of other foods cures t r acquisition of knowledge Coughs and Colds Sore Throat He snorttne news society raoinn choice mis- August 24th train No 1 to Bronchitis cellany and live political matter The paperused is clear and and gives vital manifests no interest in the far Cincinnati and return Si type large and easily terms Vlftr theNOTICE All personsread Agents wanted write forof this Xlrir 70 Aug strength besides It no equal US who wish to take advantage Kx distant He lives inv the present 29th train No 1 to Ludlow and as nourishment for has money orders payable to 57T tr27f9fc offer must make cheeks and Babies and uvjiuxjJZtJtoom3ao inifatJtJAui8VuieJcy rMVS and attends closely to those things return 170 Chifdren who do not thrive and m only which bring him immediate The best work in town is done overcomes Any Condition of Wasting returns Those returns must be at the Capital Steam Laundry Siudtr PsmAUt n Scttf Emulthn Frtt il t itr r1ncitraK1 rtr rrfi fK1 tn NY AHBriiflflUts McutfH fMtti w 24 tf r He may be compelled to THE NEW F F V XilMITED engage in the studies of the school Commencing ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads jk ara BM Â¬ hi it Â¬ Â¬ MM Â¬ w not On ly Per Year Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ V 1 1 A t All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed vAi H BINDERY t i GEO A LEWIS Proprietor ate Coughing gic IV IV Scotts Emulsfon 2 m PER YEAR IV IV V Sr IV IV fl aV A II li nS rV rfc Wr wmsfBsasmssmmmi iiii r if f V k 4fe 4f v m k 3fv W fo te 4fe W i imi ami ni irii n amtMmtmBmMWiMBimmMWTmmmBmmmmmBmmmr 1 mUammmmmmmmmmamm r n 1 t j KSSHKr Kt r11 i Im HklalbJikllaIWilkrfUmUkJkilkUkalKlklklkllaikl---f -- - OKf H H w62 on B DO If you -- 5TQU 4 w Jl TWWr MK Jjr 10 jK nepci sxioes -- Li - aaa -i- -r rm Jlfai3Ulli7nLrai3nEIEIirJliiriLl8iua fin 3 m C Ill nr LIS til ncn 1 o run Eii CO j i 13ZI do come to us and we will save you money on evry purchase made Our tail oods are now arriving and although Shoes and leather have ad Hvanced considerably by buy is ing early we have secured II goods at old prices and will en BO a cut nn cur raex xa give you the benefit of our foresight v g U Our line of school shoes for the com iiio confirm Ann nn ho Vioo fnn onrl wo v nut wv invite you to call and inspect them You will need School Books and School Supplies soon We have a full supply Call and see us Eespectfully -j --- nn -- a FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT nearFarmdale A number of large trees were blown down one across the pike just beyond the spout spring and the rain fell in torrents Pen Merchant at Home for an hour and a half causing came home Cedar Run to rise about four feet Merchant Pen Tuesday from Greenville Missis- in a short time The pike was sippi where he has been playing badly washed in a n u mber of places ball for the past two month the Now Pastor club having disbanded for the FRANKFORT AUGUST 17 Ek nnEBnaBaflaBaRnnnEaGaGaEaranacaRaGa Lluuiuu 1895 Cr KBtMBBBBiOB en pa BaBaBaBaranaBaBaBaraBannRarr3BaBBaBaBanaBantnnriBrarartariq u Elkliorn Association Elkhorh Baptist Association the oldest association in the State met uuvb Thr Monroe IPateint 8T0REWHBE 4f E sLl- - c ra Â¬ t f During the time he was season with the Greenville club he played in 34 games 29 of which the club won and he was in the pitchers box the majority of the games playing in left field when not Bob Tilford stood pitching sponsor for him when he went to and the following Greenville averages show how well he sustained Bobs recommendation for day he leads all the rest in everything Â¬ this week with the church at Stamp- Â¬ ing Ground and quite a number of ladies and gentlemen from this The church is one city attended hundred years old and in meeting with the congregation the associa- Â¬ tion was aiding it in celebrating Rev Father Thomas Major of its centennial year Winchester has been assigned to the pastorate of the Church of the Good Shephard in this city by Bishop Meas Father Major is a nephew of the late Mrs Margaret Am vfiSfc-S- --Holeman and during the war was a Confederate soldier in General tie John Morgans command charge of the Church Sun- Â¬ took lilfiED S T t R1BVj ris fJKft ll i l Skiifczii TJ j rrtfriH HF V j iW t THE ALASKA CHARCOAL PflGg FILLED H sA tl AB R 40 22 19 22 19 25 13 11 8 2 H 46 32 29 38 29 35 17 19 13 2 AV 323 316 315 309 276 273 218 250 203 100 v A Merchant Blake Wheeler Lacourage Wilkinson ONeill Starling OConnor Ireys Richards In addition to the above he has 0 stolen bases to his credit Lacourage was the change pitcher and Starling is a son of Mr Lyne Starling formerly of this city who was one of the best players in the old Capital and Val- Â¬ ley clubs in the early days of base ball in this city The people of Greenville like Pen so well that they want him to remain in their city and have se- Â¬ cured him a good position which he will return there j to accept about the middle of September 113 101 92 123 105 128 78 76 64 20 Resolutions of Respect on tlie tlio Death of J B Meek s j IJJPS fri m m aa g jEjirtWrXfcj i f J - 1 HP1 IEp9Ii BEFBin For Salo 3r At the last meeting of the Frankfort Association of Stationary Engineers a committee was appointed consisting of Marcus A Jones Hugh Rensford and Charley Fosser to draft resolutions in relation to the death of J B Meek a member of the Association The following resolutions were reported and unanimously adopted Â¬ Â¬ mighty and Wise Providence to Whereas It has pleased an Al Â¬ Â¬ re- move from our midst our beloved and honored brother J E Meek Resolved That we have lost a good and faithful member of our That in his untimely taking off we deeply appreciate the loss sustained by our lodge Resolved That not only will his death remove a friend and coworker from our midst but the Stationary Engineers Association substitute Resolved Â¬ order Â¬ Both the method and results when Svrun of Ficrs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bcwela cleanses the sys tem eilectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in us action aim iruiy ueueuuiui iu ita effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend It to all and have made it the most popular remeJy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c wifraUi 5 W aDd SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will proAre overstocked on the following articles which I am selling cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any very low figures 023 ISlNrjOYO Bid - Leatfyef and Rr Belling at Cost I Â¬ MSS Si1 -- Â¬ at An Old Well In preparing to put down the artificial stone pavement in front of the old Mansion House block on St Clair street Tuesday the workmen uncovered an old well at the corner of Main which has been closed so long that but few of the present residents of the city remember when it was in use Bishop Gaines Coming T i Â¬ will keenly feel the vacancy created as one most difficult to fill Resolved That we tender our heartfelt sympathy and words of comfort to his stricken family in their sad bereavement and bow in humble submission to Him who doeth all things well Resolved That a copy of these resolutions be spread on our minutes published in the daily papers and a copy of each furnished the afflicted family M A Jones Â¬ Â¬ 25 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE r ONE HALF RATES For Round trip Tickets to 1 50 Wagon Whips 200 Buggy Whips 125 Horse Collars 7000 bolts Wall Paper 30 Saddles 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 sets Buggy Harness 60 Riding Bridles Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 36 Lap Robes or Dusters KENTUCKY FAIRS QUEEN VIA THE Danville Colored Pair Danville Aug 21 to 23 95 Pills do Not Cure Lexington Pair Gaines of Rt Rev W ft Lexingtoi Ky Aug 27 to 31 Pills do not cure Constipation Atlanta Georgia will preach at Karls Pair St Johns A M E Church to- They only aggravate perfect Pulaski County Ky Sept 3 to 6 Somerset Clover Root Tea gives morrow morning and evening regularity of the bowels For sale Lexington Colored Pair Everybody is invited to come and by John W R Williams Co Lexington Ky Sept 4 to 7 hear him Bishop Gaines is an 40 Round trip tickets on sale from earnest christian and a strong points in Kentucky on dates of Map of tho Virginia Battlo Jwnar Ir f prcauiierj wnu win imcicai an wuv each Fair at one fare for the round Fields may go to hear him trip and good to return until and The only correct map made from including second day after the 4RV Cloud Burst official papers in the war depart- close of the Fair C Agents for full Ask the Q WWhi there was only a light ment with complete list of battles vW on receipt of 25 cents in particulars Imshower with some wind in this Sent or postage stamps Address ChattaA J Lytle D P A money Icity Friday evening there was C B Ryan Assistant General nooga Tenn Chas W Zell D W C almost a cyclone and a cloud burst Passenger Agent C O Railway P A Cincinnati O Rinearson Cincinnati O out on the Lawrenceburg pike Cincinnati O f 5- Hugh Rensford Chas Fosser CHESCENT ROUTE C E COLLINS Broadway Dealer TJie Hardware fitf JACOB SWIGERT CO I Â¬ Insurance Ageats 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel mmi I Â¬ - Â¬ nKs 6ror Sale by I03 ME5 7ebM7 PENNYROYAL PILLS v fP nt FHEriil rOY-t ia CO -- MOTTS 0DXLAX 5c The only saf ante and reliable Female FXi ever onerea to i aiea especially recommend take no other Tox nd boxe for ssoo - Cleveland Ohio 3I3 3rvteRrX- - mmamrn gwrav Mil DAltSIlS ABROAD t OT T - fFW i Â¬ vv v 4 Jt wi n t v urn i m zrjTeTamKommmvmn r mif tu in li 41 l rii v3 - w k- and was dedicated in 1883 in cel- entrance you meet the master Â¬ entirely too far when tcain mem Â¬ ebration of the two hundredth piece of Canova the great sculp- Â¬ bers of rur pirty appointed me as Westward Ho anniversary of the final defeat of tor in the noted monument of tneir spo csman and interpreter From tho Christian Guide the Turks in their repeated efforts Christina An uiicndig source of interest The monument is a Â¬ Good bye to Constantinople to capture the city after It is a build pyramid the Egyptian to those who travel from one land and the Orient Good bye to dogs ing of impressive architecture and models and through its open door to anotherare the different varietfes and dirt and the sleepy civilization magnificent appointments The is passing a marble procession of of money they come in contact of Asia After a sojourn of two Parliament House near by crown- mourners who are entering as if to with and are compelled to use months therein my hunger for the ed with imposing statuary and ap lay their wreaths and chaplets on We lound the Austrian money far brisk wide awake modern pro- proached by a sweeping roadway the good queens grave So real more easy to learn than the Turkbe- Â¬ circling up to the front entrance gressive European world had is the sorrow on their faces that ish though not so easy a the come overpowering A hundred is perhaps the finest public build Â¬ you cannot look at them without French - The Turkish money is times I said to myself Better ing in the city But the fact is a desire to join the procession the tourists enigma The names fifty years of Europe than a cycle there have been erectcJ more yourself and with it do homage are bad enouh sat tout metallic of Cathay And now with a buildings of architected conse- to her memory bishelek mcjidi and so on but to bounding heart I board the train quence in Vienna during the past But prob ibly the most impres- find out the exact value of each is that is to bear me westward The thirty years than were ever erect- sive church in Vienna to visit is his despair Of course ou soon Ottoman officials open my trunk ed in an equal space of time in any the Capuchin The crypt of this get to know their general value for the last time I am forever other city in the world with per- Â¬ church has been the burial place but to know their precise value out of their grasp from this time haps a single exception There for the members of the royal always did puzzle me and puzzles forth And as I rolled on through is no other European capital that House of Hapsburij for two hun me yet The French money on Bulgaria and across the Balkans exceeds it in the number of lare dred years One hundred and ten the other hand is simplicity itself into Servia and Hungary toward and handsome modern buildings bodies in all here sleep in costly Every thing goes in decimals as in the heart of Europe the more I We spent all the time we could caskets Maria Theresa is here our own money and having the enjoy it It was a beautiful coun- give to the Imperial Art Museum and her husband father and standard of value computation be- Â¬ try I saw highly cultivated and and the Museum of Natural His- Â¬ mother So is the Duke of Reich comes easy The English money fertile presenting a ceaseless pan- tory both of them valuable collec- stadt son of the Great Napoleon doesnt compare with the French orama of alternating wheat fields tions and kept in notable buildings and of Marie Louise who died at in this respect though like the corn fields and meadows and We passed again and again by twenty three and here Tests by French it can as a rule be used in growing richer and richer the the towering bronze monument of the side of his mother But no all lands This can not be said of farther I went first stopping Maria Thersa which stands adja- Â¬ casket of them all was more the Austrian or Italian money Our place was Budapest the capital of cent to the Art Museum and as touching in tragic interest than and much less can it be said of the Hungary and a portion of the we gazed up into her strong and that which was pointed out as Turkish One of the little excite- Â¬ Austrian Empire It is a city of motherly countenance we instinct- Â¬ Maximilian of Mexico The ments we always had in leaving a half a million situated on both ively caught something of the spirit story of his short career and of country was trying to see which of sides of the Danube with broad of reverance and honor with his sad end on our own continent us could rid himself most com- Â¬ streets and splendid squares and which the memory of this famous will be readily recalled by all who pletely of its small coins tasteful shops and an elegant park ruler is cherished by this people read these lines It is related that George Darsie The Stadtwaldchen to which We spent an afternoon at the formerly it was the custom for Small Beginnings the multitudes daily resort It Schonbrunn in the suburbs which betrothed females of the imperial was clean and quiet and its men though the summer palace of the family to spend the night preced Slake great erdings sometimes Ailments tlmt we are apt to consider trivial often grow through and women went about in the Emperor is nevertheless with ing the day of their marriage alone neglect Into atrocious maladies dangerous In sensible European dress of which its spacious grounds thrown open in the crypt of this church among themselves and productive of others It Is the disregard of the earlier Indications ot health we had seen little for a long time to all the people as a public park the dust of the royal ancestry and which leads to the establishment of all sorts of maladies on a chronic basis Moreover Truth compels me to say that 1 Through beautifully arranged kindred a custom that ceased are cestnln disorders Incident to the season there such had not seen a really lnndsome avenues of trees past lakes of when a certain bride elect caught as malaria and rheumatism against which It Is always the woman among the natives in all crystal water among forests of cold from exposure in this damp posure desirable to fortify whichsystem after ex produce them to the conditions Cold damp and miasma are surely counteracted the Orient This was no doubt d irk and cooling shade we wan- Â¬ and gloomy place went into a by Ilostatterr stomach Bitters After you have Incurred rl k from these Influences u wlneglNss caused by the fact that the women dered and climbed till at last we fever and died fulof Hostetters Stomach Bittern directly after ward should be swallowed For malaria dyspep corrplalnt of the Orient veil their faces to stood on the lofty summit of the and bladder trouble What is known as the Votive sia liverund debility kidney the most deservedly nervous It Is popular of remedies und preventives a wine strangers and that strictly speaking Gloriette the place of Imperial church whose two tall towers glassful before meals promotes appetite had not really seen any of them outlook and had the whole great stand out in full view from the I A Great Offer whether ugly or handsome But city at our feet Ringstrasse was built as its name now the veils are oflfand I thought It was indeed a royal view suggests because of the vow of The Louisville Daily Post pub- Â¬ the Budapest women were the During our visit we were taken the emperor taken upon himself lished every evening except Sun- Â¬ best looking I had ever beheld through a large portion of the in gratitude at his escape from day is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The price The effect was no doubt heigh- Â¬ palace where among many hand- assassination in 1853 of The Post alone is 5 per year tened by the novelty of seeing fair some apartments we saw one parYou see some funny street apd ouf paper 100 making this faces again as I walked the streets ticular room that was called the scenes in Vienna Prominent the bestv offer of the kind ever Atter twenty four hours in Bud million It was finely finished in among them is the typical dog made Subscribers to the Roundabout apest we made the run of six rosewood mosaics and decorated cart drawn by a dog on one side who are not takiug The Post now hours to Vienna or as the Ger- with rich paintings on copper and a man or woman on the other can avail themselves of this op Â¬ mans call it Wien The agricul- Â¬ We had seen other rooms that 1 he dogs nere are put to a very portunity by addressing this office tural region we traversed between were far prettier we thought but different use from those in Con- or writing to B G Boyle 526 the two cities was one of the none at which we looked with such stantinople and they are much Third street Louisville finest I ever looked upon There interest and curiosity The reason larger and nobler specimens of the Engine for Sale was only one draw back to the was that the decorations of this canine species Looking at one A 6 horse power Russell porta- Â¬ picture and that was the sight of room had cost a million florirls of these big muscular fellows ble thresher engine is offered for women working in the fields and half a million dollars whence its pulling a heavy load up a steep Appiy to L sale at a bargain what was still worse in the dispro- Â¬ name The most of our company grade my good friend and room- B Weisenburgh 49 tf portion of two women to one man were not so accustomed to rooms mate Dr M L Berger aptly To the eyes of an American that of this sort that they could pass it said to me I like to see a dog The U S Govt Reports show Royal Baking Powder was a picture which gave perpetual by without a somewhat careful in- Â¬ that has some man about him a superior to all others offense spection remark which made as it was We found Vienna a magnificent The most famous park of Vienna with the contemptible Constanti- Â¬ Notwithstand ihe advance in all kinds of leather our prices on city of over a million and a half is the Prater a wooded expanse nople curs in mind seemed to me harness and saddles remain the inhabitants ranking in size with of two thousand acres on the east too good to be lost Call and examine the same Another street scene which at- Â¬ largest stock ever in Frankfort the largest city in the United side of the city which is frequent States Its attractions are endless ed by all classes especially on tracts your attention is the one Mastin Bros 38 tf It abounds in museums picture Sunday and where in 1873 the horse wagon Instead of shafts ror Rent Exposition was as at home it has a tongue and galleries handsome squares his- Â¬ great Worlds My new dwelling house on toric churches splendid public held While we were in the city the horse is harnessed to one side Shelby streets containing seven buildings beautiful shop windows the authorities were having their of it You are all the time won- Â¬ or unfurnished elegant gardens parks and street own time keeping down a dis- dering where the other horse is rooms furnished house has all the as desired This It would require a foitnight to s e orderly and threatening assembly You never get used to such a one modern conveniences and is in the all the sights and we can give of Socialists of some sort whose sided piece of business And yet by most desirable part of the city gatherings in the Prater menaced means of an extra strap fastening For terms apply to them but three days Wm Cromwell is the Ring the public peace The principal street the horse to the tongue the i 42 tf Of course we went to St arrangement seems to answer strasse which encircles the origi Do Yon Want to Trade for a one of the every purpose nal city and includes in it the Stephens church Piano I found the people of Vienna a in churches most aristocratic portion of this greatest Gothic imperial center The Ring as it Europe with a four hundred and quiet orderly people exceedingly Any person wishing to trade a is two miles fifty foot spire with the tombs of polite to strangers and not only good milk cow for a piano can is called for short long and has an average width of Frederick III and of Eugene of willing to answer my inquiries but hear of such a trade by calling at this office 46 AH the principal pub Savoy with thirty eight marble even to put themselves out to 150 feet Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke lic buildings are on it and a walk iltars and a fine groined ceiling show me everything I wanted Your Iiifo Away Nor did we omit the Augustine to see And I also found that around it or better still a lidi The truthful startling title of abnokubout around it on thetop ot a street church the parish church of the the slight smattering of German the only harmless ooauanteki ulcottnlzed cure that car brings into view the mos court which has a chapel con which I carried around with me nerves eliminates nicotinebraces up makes weak poisons You men gain Htreucth vigor and manhood noted and imposing sections of the taining five urns which hold the was a vast convenience in getting run no physical or lit uncial risk as by druggists everywhere uncer guaran Is em- - about and in doing business though teesold cure or money refunded We visited thje Rathaus or hearts of five Austrian city Book tree to Address Ktorllng Remedy Co New York or just inside whose I considered it carrying the matter Chicago city hall which coit 8000000 perors and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kfcwvmim Mild -- liiifi lijMil wwV W W AcTnFitiE TD1ACC0 COMPMYSUttESSQR i W f THt AMU1UH ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL i Wh W CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test of Tlmo MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER Â¬ W BRANDS COMBINED 1 Deo 16 yO i KCQ Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE James W Tichknok Admr Ac Plaintiff vs C SI Jonks a defendant Jj 1 1 M M Â¬ f K1UNKEIK CIRCUIT COURT PERSONS HAVING LA14IS AGAINST Steph n P Tlclunor deceased are iiereby notified to present the sann to me proven as ieou red by law or to appear before me and prove the sime a nqulitd by Ihw on or before September 2 1893 hy order of court W H POSKY Aug 3 lm Commissioner F C C ts f 11 I mr ml B NEW FAMILY 43 Grog ERY JORDAN Proprs ST OLAIR STREET FORTUNE 111 nice Orders promptlyfilled and deliver Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and see us mayll Sra in the Grocery line Fruits and Vegetables fresh and FORTUNE JORDAN - Â¬ DR Â¬ W I KELLEY Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O wlllbe at the fsoestxz hotel in LEXINGTON KY mm w Ji X w Â¬ Saturday August 3 1895 Saturday Augustl7 1895 HEMORRHOIDS what ore termed piles In any form cured without surgery ULCERATION and CATARRH ot the rectum also cured FISTULA anu naSUKto cuiwl Â¬ fl 1 mot Â¬ REEERENCES Â¬ Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky H McUlure Frankfort Ky W J Hughes FranKtort Ky David Moore Benson Ky rt Jas M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky DR KKLLEYS office and residence Is at 418 West Elshth streetClnclnnatl and where be may be found every day of each week except SATUR A J A Scott Frankfort hy Anthony Leach Franklort Kj J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort hj W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky V DAYS W 413 V7 T Â¬ Eight StOlnclnnatJO KHLLEYMT Mi -- IO Vl IE CENTER OF u n ICAGO -- BY THE- - Mm Louisville New Albany Chicago hy Co V Y - m is Â¬ landing passengers at the Dearborn1 Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for inp from Union Statiriii Elegant trains moraine and even- Louisville A St Paul f Omaha Â¬ Denver San Francisco -- v w AND THE- - NORTHWEST i Call Â¬ For -- Tickets By The tob- Â¬ acco-habit ri - t Vl 11 U WET IfBANKJ 1 P A Chicago D P - A Louisville J j- - I r ii r V A- - tfHilr TTtfSWraiW nal ryir RIFwVflVJrJii VttI CT arjo grciingf to lxar7 e people AWWAVtrAAAAAVWAAAAAA Af ay fa M BUCKLEYS VVVtVVVtVVryyVrVnrVr KSwilw Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods d 3 mSRT HK 7 MMlE1 iff II vBT wSfw To tjlose out my entire stock of china I am giving tinware away at present prices p every piece in my large stock will be Graniteware eut 50 per cent jP marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is arid get prices complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere I r7 I JScn J 1 EJ ST- Deaths Lowered the llecord BTJOKLETST CLAIR STREETMr Wm Wright of Frankfort was in the village Wednesday on r E32Ws 1 f Mr Ed Avers fine mare Beu important business xetta continued her victorious Col Con McCarty of Frank- Â¬ career by winning another 2000 fort was also here on Wednesday purse at Buffalo New York on on business Friday of last week She dropped Mr John H Switzer our merthe first heat to Klamath in 2ioj V3 chant left Wednesday afternoon We claim to be Great sthiscity and of Mr Jnmes W finishing seventh but won the for Cincinnati to purchase a stock for bargains fine goods Alley ofForlcs of Klkhorn The next three in 207 2iiJ and of Mr B F Jones has a large two remains were buried at New 206 Her last heat- lowered story storeroom which he would Castle Tuesday her own record and also the track like to rent At Sailor Springs record Graham Rev Polk South preached here vV Illinois August 5th 1S95 Miss Had a Great Tinie last Tuesday evening - Subject limma Uraiiam lormerly ot this A new Christian Church in Switzer t The Y M I excursion up the our ior cuy l r several years past sue Mr B F Jones will overhaul jhad made her home with her river on the Falls City Wednesday and put in perfect repair the old f uncle N M Smith of Illinois evening was a great success Two flour and grit mill at this place Jw She had always beerublessed with hundred and twenty five young so that as good flour and meal can Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the fc Ml gooa neann unin iasc winter wnen people went along and enjoyed the be ground there as in its palmiest f market and to make prices right days she was taken with a very severe evening in dancing and pleasant v Mr E R Jones is thinking of co which finally ended in cor- - conversation establishing a large canning factory sumption The deceased was a Tlie Campaign to Open here in the near future Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We i Consistent member of the Christ- are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest The North Fork Baptist Church The political campaign will be near here has the largest Sunday prices that our store is a place all economical lan unurcn and died in tne lull buyers should visit y fellowship Her opened in Louisville on Monday school in Franklin cdunty outside of that church funeral took place on Wednesday by a joint debate between Col of Frankfort the 7th instant services being W O Bradley and Gen P W Dr Dawson says the health of conducted by Rev Wilferd Field Hardin Republican and Demo- Â¬ this community is alarmingly good just now She was followed td her last rest- cratic candidates for Governor Crops of ing place by the largest procession better iri Consumption Can bo Cured this vicinity all kinds arehave been than they ever witnessed in Sailor Springs By the use of Shilohs Cure This THE She was a great favorite and great Congh Cure is the only for years Mr S E Vaughan is of the loved by all who knew her She known remedy for that terrible For sale by John W R opinion that the bees are all out leaves to mourn her loss four disease on a strike or a big spree The Co Williams 40 brothers and two sisters the latter apple crop is so lare and the bees being Mrs A K Stephens of SWitzer are drinking so much cider that Glendale Ohio and Miss Lula they are getting into bad habits The wonder of the town this and it is hard to tell which is the reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of sJgrbly appointed Graham of this city both of Chatta- Â¬ trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars week is the absence of two box The throughAttalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian through toifarriman Macon whom were at her bed side at the cars which have been standing on worst men bees or dogs New Orleans Atlanta men have all gone wild and are nooga time of her death side track here for two years shooting everything they come in and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs flt the IDAVDC Mr WtlllOtYl Clftxta and which several good men and contact with the bees are drunk and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe vainly been trying to and stinging everything and every- Â¬ and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and died inursday at nis nome near boys have San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexicq and California mVS load The agent at this place be- Â¬ the Old Crow Distillery after a came disgusted and ordered them body and the dogs are going mad via New Orleans or via Shreveport and running loose on the roads Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati wc long umess wun lever shipped back to Frankfort to be and in the pastures so wlitlnr with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor Williams Mrs Mary E Will- - washed out and prepared for the are we drifting Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa We rtfhuj tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and ij iams wife of Mr M H P Will- - Postaf Telegraph Company The sun moon and stars shine are sorry to give them up but supiams jr died Sunday morning at pose others will be sent to take on Switzer as well as the balance Chattanooga ChasWZell W O Binoarson of the world The Elite the home of her husband on Sec- - their place JHv Pasar Agt Cincinnati 0 GPA Cincinnati 0 ond street after a lingering illness Elkhorn Baptist Association has 6f consumption While she had been in session in Stamping Protect the Game and Fisli JOHN ECHOLS f Receivers ST JOHN BOYLE Cbeen extremely ill for several Ground this week and there have Shoot or fish only in the proper sea G son and escape warden by weeks her death at the time came not been enough people left in observing the the gameMany States laws W R R TKCEl- as a sad surprise to her family and this place to watch Mr E R have new game and fish laws this watermelon patch year and if you dont know them friends The deceased was an Jones THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE send five 2u stamps for a copy of the Mr William H Switzer says he uame Law issue ot the American christian lady the oldest excellent 1 will soon have a fine cage ready Field 245 State St Chicago U Limited daughter of the late Charles T for his little red bird When you Egbert and leaves a husband and pass up Main street do not fail to i THE BIG POUR ROUTE 5 ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE one sonj together with a large turn north and take a look at his Has tho Best Terminal Facili Â¬ relationship to mourn her death cage CUIIVILIE 10 MEMPHIS ties at Chieugo 334 MAIN STRKbT B The funeral took place Monday Mr D Head returned All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ FRANKFORT K 1 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE nois along miles of M yternoon rom tne baptist Church Wednesday from Monterey where tho Central tracksthroughsixthe most Lake Front he has been to visit his sick to h- which she had been a member of picturesque portion of mother Bro Head says he always land passengors in the the oity and magnificent Tv qfvfor years MEMPHIS has the prettiest girls to go to see New Central Station on Twelfth street Â¬ but unfortunately can never get and Lake Front This station is conVICKSBURG Not Doing Well venient to the Auditorium Richelieu any of them to say yes i NEW ORLEANS Victoria and Lelond Hotels and with Â¬ LHTvm TniniT7 jW The Council of the Order of in two blooks of the State and Little Alex Szymanski who AND ALL POINTS fk mCAV t AI 6 RAUL MAKKS Wabash Street Cable Lines and the car ine city National Fraternal Union recently South Side Elevated Railway Con COPYRIGHTS ilulu luc wal yv here held its third venient stops are also made at Hyde j CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT t For a Myfwharf several weeks ago is not organized and Southwest prompt answer and an honest opinion write to South meeting since July 10th with a ParK Thirty Ninth strooc ana Twenty nl UNN Sc CO who have bad nearly fifty years In the patent business Communica improving as rapidly as his physi large attendance and five new Second street Stations eznerlenco tions strictly confidential A Ilnnilbook of In Magnificent Vestibuled Trainp concerning Intentn and how to ob i hoped An examination of members to join the order Prof Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars formation sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬Â¬ cians tain tbem Rates Tickets and nil Information furnished by ical and eclentlflo books sent frco Co receive Hisinjuries on Thursday revealed R R Hutcherson of Corinth Private Compartment Buffet Sleep Patents taken through Munn Ticket Agent of nny Hallway Co It not special notlco In tho Hclentlllc Atucrlcnn and address Grant county delivered an ad- Â¬ ing Oars and Suporb Dining Oars No ont cost DroughtInventor Dcrnrotno pumiowitn widely tnua aro tihel fact that the fractured bones to transfer across Cincinnati tov make Issued weeklytho W J MoBRLDE dress elegantly illustrated baa by far tho The County Deputy Mr connections not nttmB ad the wounds S largest circulation of any eclentlflo work In tho Traveling Pass Aeent E Vaughan who islocated here a year Bainnlc Your ticket should read via the Big world 9i Udltlon monthly oples sent free Loulvliie Ky Uulldlng a year f 260 contains Blnglo 111s um- - is working faithfully in the interest Four Route to enjoy these privileges aiuwty aiiu copies ia cents Every number beau Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photographs ot new Cmate recovery is still considered of the order and gathering in new E OMcConMlOK Pass Traffic Mgr rlth jiuuo vunwiuik umiuuia tv suun UUUAVOi T BLYNOH D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt latest deslans and secure contracts Address CO NEW YOUK 301 IlUOADWAT MUNN of doubt accessions right along General Fasseneer Agent Louisville Kj fi4arhatter Big Four Route Cincinnati O 3p Anna M Ford widow cf the lae Jeff Ford of this county died at Carrollton Monday of heirt failure aged The deceased was an 71 years aunt of Mrs Kate Mahoney of Mrs M MW xFord If So ifWhy Not Why And Not So our store Â¬ -- ters the in Headquar - Boots Shoes -- Hats Books e V V f - n m Â¬ EKMcCLTJEESOI Queen Cresceht mf t Â¬ HI I ssHI I Amm Â¬ H MATTERS k C 0 S f I timber isB Be pieioiis iMii M m pH3R MlldilVO 1 F Â¬ CYre ii ivr vr w WTIUir I 7i 4ii A H laSsMa 1 i ufcAAi M niKfuw i v wi1iitriiH S t A fvrTJ AVH a IkktuftVEfwfiiBiumrcfCT TtXVf Y j TrvafVMaVo la VJiVM Jlai 4 irlTW l i t s-- M - k - c - i z r UTRWVWiSl TVC I j i - v ri 4 MWn TIWIW vT vr VSfi mm i- SKV A r v wgpw r sme i ji - - V- VaT V X OL ini - v w- V Ji J i UII1CAMAUGA DEDICATION toi- and watermelons schoolhouses dont grow in rsannnCTrttrcnrc K3 wa CU 1 iSccuru Yoiir 33 utiles In Advance Bfc IV m W iSv For the benefit of old soldiers and others intending to be present at the dedication of the National Park comprising the battle field of Chicamauga near Chattanooga next month we publish the fol Â¬ lowing circular which has been sent out from Washington Washington D C August 7 1895 ters received by this Commission that its previous circular in regard to furnishing quarters in camp barracks has been construed to mean that such barracks will be erected without regard to the orders received and that those desiring these quarters can obtain them upon their arrival at ChattaThis however is not the nooga ase As Congress made no appropri ation for free quarters a plan was devisedvby which barrack accommodations could be provided by the Citizens Committee at Chatta nooga at a very low rate for all who might order such a sufficient time in advance It is the intention to extend barracks as orders for accommodations are received v Such accommodations can not be provided under applications re- Â¬ ceived after August 30 1895 Those who send two dollars to Captain Charles F Muller Chat- Â¬ tanooga Tennessee will receive in return a ticket which will entitle the holder to a comfortable bar Tack bunk for the entire time of his stay at Chattanooga including safe storage for hand baggage and It will toilet accommodations not be possible to furnish ladies with quarters in these barracks or to supply meals or lunches in It will be connection with them necessary for eaeh person to bring his own blanket and towels The barracks will be constructed upon the plan adopted at the last Grand Â¬ It appears from numerous let- Â¬ titr fcv ltAi r Â¬ M EJ V vr Buyers get Whau they want S8a an prices that please them Thats the reason our big double 1 an store room is thronged with customers Look at the prices ca ca below and then come and see for yourself We have every ran1 - gn thing in Clothing Furnishings and Shoes that the most fastidi- ran na ca oils couia aesire Dom as to price ana quality raa Lia n C3 For Business Dress or Travel- ca Hit ran ing All wool Sack ca ca ran ca Monand Boys cut to 0 cash These ran rn ca k A Oi suits wee great bargains first of this ran OO ca season at ran D9 ran GU Mens Suits 8 10 YTO like these ever sbown 12 SI 5 Nothing ca C1EI 133 ca before OJEil not to carry one dollar of the Old FirmsWe are ran ran ran UULLDOKUS OUt Goods ca determined ran ca ma IjOuis vilje tobacco mar ca Never so cheap and attractive as ran LU ket ran Childrens Clothing now 99 cents for a good strong CIS ca FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT raa LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Suit ages 5 to 12 See our line of 125 150 200 S250 BO Sales on our market for the week ran 300 400 up to 700 Very attractive and fast sellers ca just closed amount to 3488 hhds with ea ran At our store every day this week Â¬ -Â¬ The candidacy of Capt Swigert is very favorably received here and quite a number of his Demo- Â¬ cratic friends will support him though he is a Rcpublicau They or I may say we know he is an intelligent gentleman honest and patriotic and have no fears that if he is elected he will do his best tor his people without the least re gard to party or personal interests We know he is worthy and many will support him from the Democratic ranks We heard a Republican arid a Democrat talking of Swigerts candidacy and they agreed that he should be tendered a burgoo at Jetts during the canvass and I have no doubt that a joint committee of the twj parties will see to it that the programme is carried Â¬ Â¬ 4S as 4x m bssv r ran in liKUWUS imhhiww will wii imwimi OF CUSTOMERS ca en ca ran raa 1231 M - 129- iTfi mii Pin ESZ1 OfTIfmo MENS SUITS UUfi Â¬ 10 m Â¬ EV receipts for the same period of 2462 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 124495 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 oti our market to this date amount to 124379 hhds The characteristic of the hurley market this week has been its irregu Â¬ larity at times there was a decided rallying in prices on Home grades but values at tne close 01 tne week ruled about as they did last week The growing burley crop while less in acre- Â¬ age than the crop of last year is generally reported in good condition with prospects of a full yield The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trashdarkordamagod tobacco trash Common Oolory trash 2 76 Medium to good coldry Common lugs not colory 2 4 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory lugs 5 Common to medium leaf 5 7 Medium to good leaf 12 Good to fine leaf 3 50 50i 1 50 2 ran ca ran ca ran 12a ran 12a ran isa ran ca ran 12a ran ca ran ca 75 ran 12a ca en ran iza ran Shoes OUR PRICES DEFY COMPETITION Shoes sh 3 25 ca CiCt- - 00 50 00 50 00 Si 0 5 00 ran 3 50 ran 5 50 12a 8 00 ea Select or wrappery 12 00 15 00 15 00 ft 28 00 750 Hows Thiiar Â¬ A barracks addressed to Captain Muller who was selected by the Citizens Committee to take charge of this work will receive prompt and reliable attention The indications of a very large attendance at tne dedication are such as to lead this Cbmmission to We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh thai cjui not be cured by taking Halls Such structures will be erected in Catarrh Cure 1 J Cheney CoProps Toledo O Chattanooga where within conWe the undersigned have known venient distance meals and F J Cheney for the last 15 years and lunches may be obtained at reas- believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan- Â¬ onable prices cially able to carry out any obliga Communications in regard to tionH made by the firm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Army Encampment at Washington City where a very large number of veterans were thus housed Â¬ ca ran t2a ran iza ran 129 ran 12a ran 123 ran Handsewed Button Shoes sold OfcT for 5 cut to for cash - TN cloth fTC Hand turned Oxfordsnow--ca- top ifl f I A 1 Laa i JUi O plain ere 1754 T h T AJEiO Tan Oxford very latest shades Hjf were iLlsLr UPC cut to 250cash275 and - 300 for Jiadies T A O Lot ofsizes 1 Hand turned Shoes L H and 2s sold from small to 8500 marked down to 50 for cash f A TTr705 LALfkCjy Tl U Kfl0 7K MjIlO and up to 6 50 tt0 25 ca ran ran ca ran ca ran ca ran ca ran ca ran O irfVJJCi See our immmenselineof Mens and Boys Shoes for i D C i i 4 Crutcher 125 150 1 75 2 150 Co CO ca 1 4 LL3 C9 ngryVWW V WW1 Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnaa k Marvin WholeÂ¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly npen the blood stem ana mucous Barstces or tne Prioo 75c per bottle Sold y all WestTraax Wkelesalo Druggists 10 60 Real Estate flgentis i L B MARSHALL SEE THE hd 4 BEDROOM SUITS u w OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET druggists -9 M IHRhK lr JW mt V Wj k r tion i The Queen Crescent Route -Chairman of Commission i to Chattanooga is the best line and has the reputation of unequal- - L i Duckers ul ed service of handsome trains of aco day coaches and through Fine rains eepers from New Orleans Mer- Â¬ HENRY Miss Emma Chenault of Rich idian Shreveport Vicksburg and mond is visiting Miss Fogg Birmingham to Chattanooga Tobacco harvest will begin this Quick schedul s and interesting H4XN1 T3SS79 3P3 Over Woltzel week and continue through Octo- scenery en route help to make the ODonnells Crescent and Southern Queen ber route par excellence Are prepared to do all kinds of den Mr Floyd Arnold and wife of tal work intrusted to their care ExC to tlio Atlanta Exposi Â¬ amination free Benson are visiting his brother Q Office hours from 0 n in until 5 p m tion Mr L T Arnold at Jetts June 8 ltn It will be one Apples are worth only 15 cents fairs ever known of the greatest to America per bushels but wont we have Many features of the Chicago cider though Worlds Fair and many additional Woodford will have a general and new ones harmonizing shake up in the way Exposition open September of a Democratic primary on Sep- 18th to December 31st 1895 it tember 6th Do you want to go Manufacturers Write to W C Rinearson G During a recent Baptist meeting held at Millville forty six persons P A Cincinnati O for printed andteeralAMiofleerJ joined the church not one of matter SALE OF ESTATE AND BANK FOK other stocksREAL for asslLtiees and ml- uiiil whom was under sixteen years of A Babys Ufo Saved mlnlstrators sales Special attention given to age and twenty of them consisted the sale of personal property In the city and My baby had croup and was county Million lioge building corner Main of gentlemen with their wives streets rranKrort Ky wjites and htciair to Gen Fayette Hewitt Koiers uy cured by Shifohs Cure peimlsslon President The schools are about to open Mrs J B Martin of Huntsville ctate National Hank Frankfort Ky Col Thos Hodman President Farmers Bank Frankfort and the little folks are afflicted Ala Ky For sale by John W R D Grant Green sr Cashier Frankforr Ky It Armstrong Sherlll of Franklin county trunk with fever Apples Williams Co Aug 10 lr 40 fort Ky J urge that all contemplating attendance make arrangements in advance lor quartets A Citizens Executive Committee of which Chamberlain is Captain H S Chairman is now canvassing the city of Chattanooga to find Do you want to know how to quarters in private families for make the trip and what youll sec those who desire such accommoreach the journeys end Full information may when you VV dations C Rinearson G P Write to be obtained by addressing that Crescent A of the Queeu Committee and assurances have Route Cincinnati Illustrated and been given that rates will be descriptive matter upon applicaon able Â¬ Â¬ Orescent Route to I Ghlokamauga Veterans and their friends will J all want to attend the great Na- 1 tional Park dedication at Chica nruiga this fall It will be a notable event I The Queen Â¬ Â¬ Large uevei iviirror nice finish Solid Oak J ten uoi- - 4 lars and fifty cents They are beauties j w oner we FOESALE quick will take ESTE FORJSALE ORGAN ggs16Jsffi 30 1 FRAME A TWO STORY DOUBLEon Cross with largo grounds DWELLING street South For IKerLtA property - R Rosrers UU TWO ST0KY FRAME RESIDENCE OF J Rooms with st tblo ami lnrge grounds on Murray stieetSoutb Side This Is very desirable 7 street South Side FOE RENT Tx FHME Residence 7 rooms on Cross j St Q UVllj i i O- FOR SALE C1T0RER00M AND RESIDENCE ON TODD - street boutb Side This Is desirable itrniv-erty and Is ollered at a bargain OF ANEW VHAME COTTAGE Side FOUR street South ROOMS Opposite Courthouse Â¬ S FULLERTON 1 o so 4 i Blacksmith FOR mUK BLACKHMITII FOE RENT Iranklort lust erected SjE PrrmflrfcTr Wl AT TMW T I1E TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF by Dr Remolds Forks ot Elkhorn Including a frame resi Â¬ dence of four rooms wltn necessary buildings acres of land Is HJ Is the only shop nowotfert dat u bargain J his In operation at that placa and will commaud u good trade If run by an experienced workman PROPKHTV yW rv M Drs EPE8 DENTISTS FOR RENT AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE on Shelby street South Franktort iWHBItift W m V Â¬ THE This property Is well equipped for malting or would make a line warehouse or manufacturing estate Ushmeut BARGAIN OFFERED IN A GREATHouse propertyIS on Mero street Malt Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE ance Is good grazing laud in tuts tract there is uljo a Quantity of hue tobacco land YOU tage e500 WILL otBUYrooms South Side 3 A FRAME 011 OF GOOD WITH FARM OF 80 A large limits ot Athis landcitynowACRES Frankfort- LAND the part ln the Is bal under cultivation and of - 260 ACRE FARM FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE raents situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This tarm Is well adapted to stock ralslnu or will rulhe line tobacco as well as all othercrops suited for this climate Will sell 011 easy payments offered for sale H M SHEEMAU Apt C0T Second street Â¬ FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres situated on the Georgetown turn- Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This is very pro Â¬ ductive laud Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is nspeclallr adapted to stock raisins Tho neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all surÂ¬ roundings attractive WE Frankfort on n ennri which there Is n brick resi Â¬ road dence of 0 rooms u tenement of four rooms and allothor necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In line condition und In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain 210 A FINE FARM OFfrom cated 8 miles turnpike upon FOR ALE ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ stay-at-hom- e L B MARSHALL CO T if N v