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SKSKSSSES GPi IHH if wm The Feankfoet Eoundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoc NO 51 VOL XYIII TEAUHERS INSTITUTE j Xargc Attendance and Interest Â¬ FRANKFORT KY Highest of all in Leavening Power SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1895 mechanical plane perverts the natural activity of that mind and excites an antipathy to this study which is seldom or never overcome Latest U S Govt Report ing Proceedings K 1 M Words Their Power of Letters and the use of the Dictionary This subject was presented by Conductor Lumley who handled it in a manner clearly indicating his ability as a workman that Committee on Resolutions H needeth not be ashamed Mr L F Johnson was introM Polsgrove R W Porter duced and addressed the Institute Annie Coleman Agnes Brawner Woman as a Teacher Subject and Annie Magill Committee on Music E R The subject was presented in a Jones Emma Payne Prue Hunt manner calculated to impress all Brawner Daisy Hughes J C with its importance and the ability Porter Eudora South and G D of woman as a true teacher RECESS IO MINUTES Findley Committee on Miss Innes death After recess Prof W E Lum C H Parrent S A Hulett ley discoursed on the subject Lena Webster arid Annie Yar Dictionary in the School Room brough The Institute enjoyed a short talk Committee on Query Box R from Prof Baumes H Graham Emma Herndon WEDNESDAY 9 A M Jessie McKee Edna Haydon and The Institute was opened with Lizzie Flynn Â¬ Â¬ The Franklin County Teachers Institute convened in the chapel of the city school building August 19th 1895 at 10 oclock a m Miss Lucy Pattie County Superintendent ofSchools presiding The exercises were opened with a piano solo by Miss Emma Payne Prayerby Dr U V Williamsi Mr J S Porter was appointed Vice President Mr C H Par rent elected Secretary and Miss Mamie Gallahue Assistant Secretary Institute work discussed by Miss Pattie and Dr U V Williams was very instructive portraying clearly to the teachers the necessity of progressiveness and thoroughness The following committees were appointed Â¬ Â¬ Bm Powder ABOUUTELY PURE C Porter and Miss Baking Hows Tfcta Prue Hunt THE PURPOSE TION Brawner and Prof W E Lumley Music by Miss South Somc Obstacles Met in Accom Prof W E Lumley on geograplishing That Purpose phy why and how taught in the common schools An able dis We offor One Handred Dollars ReÂ¬ ward for auy case of Catarrh that can not bo oared by taking Halls Oatarrh Cure OF EDUCA- - F OiiENBYCoProp Toledo O J We HARPTEIty ANOTHER - P J Cheney for the last 1 years and believe him perfectly honorable in Â¬ all business transactions and finan Â¬ Â¬ cially able to carry oat any oblrga tionH made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Draggista Toledo Ohio GEO RODBINS Walding Kinnan course well delivered Marvin WholeÂ¬ sale Druggist Toledo Ohio We have considered the studies AFTERNOON SESSION Halls Oatarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ which pertain to the practical and nally acting directly open the blood with songs No 116 and Opened the true There remains another and mucous surfaces of the system Sold by all Prioe 7c per bottle 104 in Gospel Hymns the undersigned have kaown CUT Bather than carry over Lawns and Challies will sell them at 3 l 2c a yard They will make nice Com Â¬ forts or Dresses Hymns Prayer by Rev S F Pollett Lumley on the subject of The Prof Lumley gave an excellent Instructor on His Weeks Work talk on the subject Some MisAdjournment till 2 p m in the Aim or Purpose of takes Afternoon session opened with Schools vocal music led by E R Jones Song No 96 Gospel Hymns and J C Porter Miss Eudora RECESS IO MINUTES South presiding at the piano song Song No 130 selected In the Shadow of His Next on programe Prof LumWing Roll called and good attendance ley on Language Lesson and Com position What shall we attempt recorded I Will Sing the in each grade The song Adjournment until 2 p m Wondrous Story was nicely renFirst on programme songs No dered A paper on school management 122 and No 34 Gospel Hymn was read by E M Aynes and No 5 Miss Payne at the piano Mr Robt Porter delivered disciifesed by Messrs R H good practical speech on Philosoa Graham and H M Polsgrove Prof Lumley delivered an in- - phy A short talk on the subject structive talk illustrating the quali by W E Lumley Music Piano Duet Misses fications and duties of the true Georgia and Emma Payne teacher Col John L Scott addressed aKliUJ133 1U MINUlliS the Institute in his usual happy Song Come Great Deliverer He is ever a welcome style ome intnmetic intelligently visitor presented by Prof W E Lumley RECESS IO MINUTES r 01 lennessee Music Vocal Duet Misses Adjournment Annie Coleman and Emma Payne TUESDAY 9 A M w piiL Thf TnQtftnfft Mtnr1 with tin- Query box was attended to by we Mr Robert Graham wiww 1 nere bnail be Showers 01 song Some Mistakes in Teaching Miss Emma Payme by Prof Blessing Lumley a discourse of presiding at the piano great benefit to teachers Prayer by H M Polsgrove MV Adjournment The discussion of Arithmetic To Cleanse the System continued by Prof W E Lumley RECESS IO MINUTES singing Nos 101 and 82 Gospel A discourse by Prof W E Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - fc RECESS IO MINUTES First on Drouram music No ia in Gospel Hymns No 5 W Drawing ably explained and illustrated by Prof George Rob- iiV ins beneficial to teachers A short talk on vocal music and olace in the common schools discussed by J I 7mPy E R Jones - k J ISRKJK11 lvits A4 JZF Effectually yet gently when costive or bilious or when the blood is impure or sluggish to perma- Â¬ nently cure habitual constipation to awaken the kidneys and liver to a healthy activity without irri- Â¬ tating or weakening them to dis- Â¬ pel headaches colds or fevers use Syrup of Figs charm would not work he tried window and cursing and came near getting Notice aesthetic natures 2cts himself mobbed by the colored Marked only 4 History and biography appeal people He was locked up by the a yard Now is more directly to the will but liter- Â¬ police and on Monday was fined Tea Tow- Â¬ ature appeals as strongly to the fifty dollars and ordered put under time to will through the emotions His bond for one year in the police els tory is particularly valuable in court but the sentence was sus- Â¬ inspiring civic pride patriotism pended upon condition that he and other qualities characteristic leave town within an hour and he of the individual as a member of promptly skipped the city the State or the nation Outing Cloth Attempted Suicide It affords innumerable instances of goods good colors the fact that out of the great The wife of Mr Fielding E throng of humanity God is now Lewis who keeps a grocery on and evermore calling upon his ONLY 5C A YARD North Wilkinson street took a heroes to stand forth for truth and large dose of laudanum Monday justice It abounds with stories with suicidal intent As soon as 4o 2I4 StCCIair St next door to which inspire youthful hearts to R K McClure learned that she had swaldeeds of honor and right It it was s Reynolds and lowed the drug D V A t treats more particularly of the wS fJPffM jvn ni and summoned Scott were associated effort of individuals after working with her for several that is organized communities A in relieving her community or organization is a hours succeeded Domestic trouble is the cause body of individuals each of which assigned for the rash deed About agrees to conform his will to a defi- Â¬ a year ago Mrs Lewis left her nite form of government or reguhusband and it was siid at the Such conformity docs not lation time that she had eloped to Louis enslave a man but rather sets ville with another man but him free from the chains of selfish through intervention of 29 Stores the 29 Stores He sees that corporation ness friends she was induced to return or a practical devotion of himself to the home of her husband after to the good of others lifts him an absence of two or three weeks nearer to a pleasure of rational and it is supposed that since that freedom than he could occupy if time the couple have not lived he were devoted to self interests very amicably together only The close student of history will Chairs Bottomed discover that its important lesson Bottoms of chairs renewed in is that truth and right eventually either open cain split or perfor- Â¬ survives all efforts for their sup ated on short notice History shows in many pression Mrs Jennie Gross instances that immortality can not Washington street between 331 result in advancing the cause of Broadway and Clinton 50 m truth and right In the hands of a teacher possessed of ethical in sight becomes a valuable assistant in moral culture EXPECTANT We orier You a 1 REHEDY Which On the part of the child history INSURES Safety of Life to Moth MOTHERS is an unconscious study of human er sad Child 1 nature He has made such un- Â¬ conscious study ever since he dis Â¬ MOTHERS covered himself as a being distinct from other beings The motives FRIEND and actions of his playmates their Robs Confinement of Its Pain Horror and Risk pleasures disappointments and Mvnlle used SIOTHKltS KJtlKND be- pains their struggles failures and tore birth ot tier Ursc clillilsho did not Go suffer from CHANTS or IAINS was nuicldy triumphs have been of great in relieved ut 1110 criticm uour suncritig out little she Imd no pains nfterwuril mitt her terest and their study of great recovery vrns rapid Hi m Johnston uiiiaum Aia Largest House Furnishers in the p rofit to the child Nature preSent by Mall or Exnrcss on receiDt of irlee 100 per bottle BooU To Moth- pares the childs mind for the study World ers uiHllca tree BIU11HKMI UEGUrATm CO AtUnU Ga of history but the unskilled BOU BY All DRUG0IBT8 223 225 ZEI2Sr 9T teacher who still dwells upon the These appeal to mans important interest of mankind In the survey of mans inner nature and the studies which relate more particularly to it we find a group of studies based upon leading Writing is the auxiliary of reading They contain the germs which develope prepare for the study of history biography literature and kindred studies druggists 9 Â¬ Attempted Hoodo Henry Garrard a negro who claimed to be a Hoodo doctor filled up on red liquor Sunday and attempted to work a hoodo charm on a colored woman in the lower end of town but as the 1000 yds Crash the mral l your buy 1200 yds nice Â¬ i 1 a- ai il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bed Room Suits 10 and up 1 Â¬ Parlor Suits S17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables and up Beds and up Rhodes Burford Furniture i m lm Â¬ Â¬ m 9 n m WR rttfiiVilin IT Iifaiiiilii ETffiiifirrlT7rTM i KvhifiimLifMti WMSBMSaiSJMSJSjSJSJSJSJjjjpSJgggSJB xlaRf ffiif iiiiriiiii iYiiV HV VSTiSPWWPBtSWi tfWiMtfiisliMiillitoi i ffiVrff Aim pliiMiMl JUSWy45flMEil bluTtiMK33iKmlKSiik3tH9m tTSTflSPSJISRaBl rfSwlBBBMlBaaMRaaWBBSPSaSiPSBP jMMMMMMpgMwMlMBDMgajMMM uiuCjl mu ltffjfcISCgl i vAigaamgptgmmauMt f H F mbHHbB l IIJfiUJUjJlilEIjiiJiiJiMllStiifIKailJW MWmMmmBm WY 1 T U arm njxarinnnnnnrinjLrLru i irnruTJxnJinnjUTriJtJiJxnnnruTruir ti IiHT a ma P nfr cnmr www nrrlo in Mi tvnrU aictln JJUlltU kim nnlrn flnm 3 U IIUIOVi 11C1I1I fWVfftW 111 viw HWJIU laoU milUJ l X nig advertisement It is neither evidence of good quality nor c 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 that it is dis tmctly to your interest to do business with us We clothe you hand- p 5 someiy and save you money dxruirirLrinnjuu uxrinruijxruiruarijinnjiu T i X- jffiF M - x Iff J Tte I wmum R HUDSON HUMPHRIES ninnffl m PERSONAL Â¬ GASSELL mi mm if to day for a trip to the Holy Land until an early hour this morning INSURANCE RATES quarters at Cincinnati was on He will be absent about three Quite a number of young ladies and Wednesday relieved and ordered Mrs J W Qayle is visiting friends months gentlemen went out from this city Always Upward Have Taken to Newport Rhode Island He in Cincinnati Miss Hallie B Todd who has been Miss Fannie Sanderson of Vir Another Climb has been succeeded by Col Jas Miss Virginia Cooper is visiting ginia is visiting Prof T M Turner visiting Miss Margaret A LewiB on relatives in Lexington the West Side returned to her home and wife on Second street Notwithstanding the fact that F Grogery in Louisville Tuesday evening Mr James A Hodges of Louisville Mr Geo H Watson and wife the people of this city paid in in Public Speaking was in the city Tuesday Miss Prescilla Welch of Oynthiana have returned from a two months 1 visiting her aunt Mrs surance premiums last year the who has been Dr W H Dade spent serveral days sojourn in North Carolina Mr Clay Elkin of Lexington L B Longmoor on Second street for round sum of 67000 and the in Henderson this week Mr J G McLean returned Wednes Â¬ and C O Reynolds Esq candi- Â¬ MissJMary Gray of this city is vis Â¬ day from a trip to Crab Orchard several weeks returned home yester Â¬ amount of losses paid by the in- day for the benefit of his health iting friends in Louisville surance companies was compar- Â¬ date for Register of the Land Office will address the Misses A May Cromwell andMattie atively Log Judge W H Holt and family have Mr Chas Hughes and wife of Louis small the city has Orutcher of the Jett Station neigh ville are visiting his father Mr W Cabin Club at the Court House returned from Estill Springs borhood attended the State Meeting been rerated and the rates on Tuesday evening Mr Jas H Polsgrove spent several J Hughes on Murray street August 27th at Judge B D L Guffy and family of the Christian Church at Stanford some classes of property raised 20 8 oclock days in Henderson this week Every body is cordial this week or 25 per cent This is the secMr John W R Williams spent the returned Saturday from a visit tp Mrs M A McClure entertained ond time that the rates have gone ly invited their old home in Butler county past week at Tatham Springs Miss Mary Len Gaines of Jefferson the little friends of her guest Master up since the new water worns Mrs Thos H King of Louisville Our Commission House county is visiting her cousins the Lewis Knott of Louisville at lunch- Â¬ were put in and the only excuse is visiting relativesin this city eon Wednesday at her home on WeBt We call the attention of our Miss BessielCase left Thursday for Misses Hughes on Second street Main street for it is thai the companies are Mrs H Evans returned the first of a visit torelatives in Louisville Mr George W Gayle the well losing money in other cities and shippers and merchants to the ad- Â¬ Mr FrankJW Richardson and wife the week from a visit to her brother known jeweler and reel maker is they have to make it up some- Â¬ vertisement of Mr HMSherman Mr Dan Swigert near Lexington are visitingffriends in Henderson lying at his home on the Dudley farm commission merchant merchandise Mr W H Posey returned Monday near this city very ill with no hopeB where The local agents are not Mr Will Green of Louisville for Â¬ to blame for this state of affairs for and produce broker Mr Sherman merly ofjthis city is visiting friends from Tatham Springs Washington of his recovery county much improved in health Mrs R A Peter and children of the matter is entirely beyond their corrects the daily market reports for here this city which will be found in Miss Lou Showers of- Elizabeth Mi8sesLula Finnel and Ada Rupe town is the guest of Judge W H Louisville who have been visiting control but there ought to be a parents Mr James M Todd and her every issue of this paper visited relatives in Shelbyville this wife on Wapping street for several vigorous protest upon the part of Gardner and wife on Third street week our people against this unjust Mr James Heeney and wife Mies weeks will return home Tuesday To Be Sold Again Mr Martin D Hardin of Danville Dr R D Rash wife and daughter treatment for as long ss we sit Nanie Kesler and Mr Frank Heeney spent several days in this city this of St Louis Missouri who have been idly by and say nothing the rates left Monday for a trip to New YorK The Old Taylor Distillery on week visiting relatives in this city and Miss Ada Railey of Lexington is will still continue to go up hever Glens Creek which was sold some Judge J H Brent of Paris has been Winchester passed through the visiting Miss Cordelia Lindsey corner Tuesday afternoon en route home city down spending a few days in this city this that is not to be thought of time ago at assignees sale will be of Wapping and Washington streets week Mrs Jas A Hodges and daughters sold again on the 3d of Septem- Â¬ Mr R M Aldridge and wife left Misses Julia and Bessie and little The people of Lexington and Mrs D J Hubble and children left Maysville had this same game ber as the first sale was not com- Â¬ Tuesday for a visit to friends in Madi Â¬ Tuesday for Petoskey Michigan to Miss Helen of Louisville who have Â¬ remain until the latter part of Octo- been visiting relatives in this city and played on them and made such a pleted son Indiana ber The farm of Mr Colby H Stamping Ground returned home vigorous fight against it that the Mr JohnJ Rice and wife returned Hughes yesterday Misses Loula and Linda result was the local board of un- Â¬ Taylor which was sold at com- Â¬ Wednesday from a visit to friends in left Tuesday afternoon for Shelby- Â¬ Mr Geo F Berry returned Satur Â¬ der writers Mt Sterling went to pieces in each missioners sale on the first Mon- Â¬ ville to visit relatives and attend the day from a months sojourn at Thous Mrs V AJ Kaltenbrun and chil Â¬ fair and Islands and Eastern Seaside re Â¬ city and lower rates were secured day in this month will also be dren are visiting relatives in Wood Â¬ Mrs Berry and her mother The following warning from the offered for sale again on the first Dr Charles 0 Lewis of Stamping sorts Bush will remain several weeks ford county Mrs Ground was in the city Tuesday Winchester Democrat to the in- Â¬ Monday in next month as the Mr ElliSHeadley returned the first having been called here profession Â¬ in the East Miss R Wattie Knott and nephew surance companies is timely and purchaser failed to execute bond of the weekjfrom a visit to relatives ally Master Lewis Knott of Louisville they will do well to heed it in Tennessee Mrs Sidney French of Springfield who have been visiting Mrs M A The fire insurance companies do Â¬ The Worlds Mrs W C Taylor and children left Illinois is visiting her mother-in-laMcClure on West Main street for the Tuesday for Rochester New York to Mrs Martha French on Conway showed no baking powder month Sast evening returned home Wednes ing husiness in Kentucky will soon visit relatives street so pure or so great in leav-discover they made a serious mis MissesJMoggie Callahan and Mamie Miss Matilda Scottow of Norwich ening power as the Royal Miss Lizzie Reynolds is quite ill at take in assuming that they could Sullivan have been visiting in Louis the home of her uncle Dr 0 H England sailed from Liverpool the In various The Queen villet his week Orescent Route to Reynolds corner of Main and Third tenth and arrived in this city last rob the public at will Monday to pay an extended visit to towns of the State citizens are organ- Â¬ Ohiokamauga Mr JosJL Rodman left Wednesday streets her brother Mr W J Scottow and Mrs Annie Nugent and daughter family on Steele street Veterans and their friends will izing mutual fire insurance com- Â¬ for New York to purchase his fall all want to attend the great Na- Â¬ Miss Currie who have been visiting stock of goods Miss May Crumbaugbwho has been panies and the movement is only Park dedication at Chica Miss Ann Hendrick daughter of relatives here have returned to Lex visiting the family of Mr W H fairly started The foreign com- Â¬ tional this fall It will be a nota- Â¬ ington miuga Gen W J HendrickJ leaves to day Williams on Murray street for sev Miss Susie Reynolds of Stamping eral weeks returned to her home panies will discover a big shrinkage ble event for St Paul Minnesota to spend the Ground is visiting the family of Dr in Shelby county Wednesday accom in their receipts before many Do you want to know how to fall and winter Miss Emma O H Reynolds corner Third and panied by her cousin months The fire insurance busi- Â¬ make the trip and what youll see Mrs Jas A Murray and Miss Evelyn Main streets Williams when you reach the journeys end Walbuck returned Wednesday from a Rev E A Penick wife and sonai ness as managed by foreign cor-Â¬ Rev George Darsie and Mrs T M Write to W C Rinearson G P trip to NewYork Goodnight attended the State meet Â¬ Clifford and Edwin who have been porations is the worst trust oper- A of the Queeu Crescent Gov JohnJYoung Brown and Mr ing of the OhriBtain Church in Stan- Â¬ spending the past three or four ating in this State and has done Route Cincinnati Illustrated and Â¬ pCharles Caldwell left Tuesday after ford this week months in this city left Thursday for Harrisonburg Virginia where they about as much to corrupt legisla- descriptive matter upon applica- Â¬ noon for Henderson Miss Maggie A Daniel left Wednes will remain until the middle of Sep Â¬ tive bodies as the railroads In tion Mrs fThos B Rodman returned day morning for Mumfordville where tember and then return to their home Crescent Route The Queen Kentucky they have had their Monday evening from a visit to rela Â¬ she will teach in the public school the in Trenton New Jersey to Chattanooga is the best line coming session tives in Mt Sterling The Hopkinsville Kentuckian of own way so long that they look Miss Mary Pattie of Richmond this week has the following very com upon business men as their right Â¬ and has the reputation of unequal Mrs Maud Wilson Stephens left for ed service of handsome trains of New York Saturday to purchase her who has been visiting Mrs Eugene plimentary notice of a young lady of ful chattels When the people of ace day coaches and through on Cross street returned this city Miss Harriett McClure a Williams fall stock of millinery home yesterday eepers from New Orleans Mer- Â¬ the country do their own fire inpretty and bright girl of Frankfort Prof George Robbing left Wednes- Â¬ Mr Frank H Morse foreman of is the guest of Miaa Annie Todd Kelly surance business there will not be idian Shreveport Vicksburg and day for Cincinnati where he expects to Chattanooga the Roundabout office left Thurs The visitor has been made the recipi- Â¬ so many bad risks to pay and the Birmingham to remain some time Quick schedules and interesting day morning for a visit to relatives in ent of several social honors this week Miss JanieOrichton of Brooklyn Chautauqua New York and is very popular with the young premiums will not be based upon scenery en route help to make the New York is visiting Mrs Jas A set of beaux and belles Wednesday a highway robbery schedule Mr R H Parrent of Chattanooga night a watermelon party was given Crescent and Southern Queen Murray at Glen Willis Tennessee who has been visiting to her on the Hopper lawn Last route par excellence Change of Engineers Mrs Mary B R Day has been visit relatives in this county the past two night the residence of Dr Gish was opened to the young people invited ing the family of Mr M D Averill weeks left for home yesterday to morrow to meet Miss McClure Major D W Lockwood U S ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE near Farmdalelthis week Misses Fannie T and Bessie Lewis night Mr Nick Gaither and hold a re Â¬ will Engineer who has been in charge Mrs Weitzel lof Wheeling West gave an elegant little entertainment ception complimentary to her PKRaONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE Virginia and daughter are visiting at their home Belair this county of the government improvements ALL the late Judgu Reuben Brown lire hereby Dr Baxters office is over Ba- Â¬ last evening in honor of their charm Â¬ Mr L Weitzel and family notlned to come forward and nettle ut one- ana ing guests Misses Frances Wallace Careful and on the rivers within this State and all persons having claims against the etato oR Rev W 0 Taylor D D left Tues- - of Kansas City Missouri and Ethel rretts New Depot to present decedent a portion of the Ohio for the past saltme properlyare requestedsettlement the same proven lor to day afternoon overtne Midland lor Smith of Springfield Illinois The skillful dental surgery at moderate J01IN M BROWN eight or ten years with head- - Aug27 lm AdmlnUtraror New York from which port he sails young people enjoyed themselves prices Â¬ Â¬ - 1 m d Fair tests bl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - tat mra S - w n hmhi mv rrTTTTrTrtTrifTT FiirnnifrnTTnrflt JUijUjuTtwi it jTT rnWr vnUrUnTEirrMMBiXSTfWLL iTi i v - vryj7Wwrr v rial 7 v 1 ftrinrmnnjxnnnjTruTrtnnnjxrxnnnrLnr POLI TICS V does not influence our business at ali No sricks of trade by us Swap V are played but honest dealing marks our course For jewelry that is worth wearing we have a m JKM t u w mA Clocks high reputation Watches and Silverware at prices that are eye sur prisers Learn their value by an examination prove our words by purchase Iriva tfuvuirijuuvuiniuuiniinruiruviruuiiinrinrw RELIGIOUS no services to McOready the rector is absent on his summer vacation ML -- A Â¬ SellDeirt WON THE COLORS Leading Jeweler Frankfort Ky 233 St Clair Street mmm TiPzK nniuumrmuunnnmuu uinrinruTriJTJinjiJiruijirLnjn Episcopal Church There will be Clusky Blayney D D morrow as Rev R L bride on North Wilkerson street Tuesday evening by Rev J Mc DR Easily and a Good Name as Well ER WOODWARD Jj SODTH N TIME TABLE A M A M P No M P M Eev Louis Thompson will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No services at night Southern Presbyterian Church Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay lor D D the pastor being absent on his trip to the Holy Land there will be no srrvices to morrow Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m Darsie preaches at 11 a m Union services at 745 p m Rev F S Pollitt preaches the sermon Sunday school meets at 930 Christian Church Rev George Prayer meeting Wednesday night at 745 Catholic Church The usual ser Â¬ vices to morrow conducted by Rev Pather Thomas Major the pastor High mass at 730 a m f Low mass 10 a m Vespers at 730 p m Eev J Mc01u8ky Blayney D D will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ No service at ing at 11 oclock night Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 715 p m in the lecture room First Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Rev S F Pollitt the pastor will conduct the usual services to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor The union meeting to morrow night will be held at 745 oclock at the Christian Church and the sermon will be preached by Rev F S Pollitt This is the last Union Service for this season and there will doubtless be AUGUST 24 1895 the usual large congregation During Grain No 2 wheat 64c Oats no previous summer have they been prime white clean 2520c black jjleasanter or better attended oats 2224c White corn 265 per barrel Hay timothy loose 10 per Rev George Darsie preaches at the ton newNew bales in 1213 per ton Bridgeport Christian Church No 1 old baled 816 at 3 p m and at the Forks of Eggs 8J cents per dozen case lots GUTTER unoice 12 to vjy cents Elkhorn Christian Church at 730 p m pound Strictly prime 15 cents per Leap Lard Tierce basis S cents Rev W B Cooper Chaplain at the Poultry Chickens small Si to penitentiary being in bad health is 125 per dozen large 175 to 2 taking a much needed rest with Turkeys Geese and Ducks none friends in Lexington and Fayette offered Vegetables Onions extra good county and Rev F S Pollitt will 60 to 80 cents per bushel Cabbage preach far him at the prison small and large heads mixed 50 to 75 morning but Rev George Darsie cents per barrel Pole Beans -- 20 to 25 uura Jixtrn line cents per will supply his place during the S130 per bushel buBhel Tomatoes extra month of September largo 20 to 25 cents per bushel Po tatoes home grown 35 to 50 cents per Â¬ Â¬ Lv Lexington 845 777 2T00 630 Yarnallton 901 217 643 The Second Regiment of the Midway 917 2 31 659 Spring Station 925 240 AT NEWMANS LIVERY BARN Kendall Mrs Kittie Kendall Kentucky State Guard which has WILL BEWednesday hereafter Prompt atFrankfort 950 550 306 735 Bagdad 10 i 617 resi338 802 died Sunday night at the tention been in camp at Henderson for calls given to telegraph telephone and night Pleasurevllle 1038 634 353 816 Aug 101m Eminence 1044 641 401 822 dence of Mr L B Marshall at the past two weeks will break Lagrange 11151707 418 845 Pewee Valley 1135 733 448 9 01 Thorn Hill aged about 87 years camp to morrow and the Mc Anchorage BEST IN QUALITY 11441745 JOST IN QUANTITY 4f6 9 09 Ar Louisville 520 940 12198U The deceased was a sister of the Creary Guards will likely return the late Mrs H G Banta and an home Monday A M P M P M PM NORTH aunt of Mrs Marshall She had During their stay in camp the No 18 No H No 22 No 24 been an invalid for many years Lv Louisville boys have by their 745 620 200 600 Anchorage Her funeral took place Tuesday Frankfort 817 654 237 632 WHITES CREAM Pewee Valley gentlemanly deportment and good 827 733 249 540 afternoon from Ascension EpiscoLagrange 850 80 310 6 59 Eminence 926 815 338 650 behavior become general favorites Church pal Pleasurevllle 933 828 353 626 Bagdad 949 833 408 638 Frankfort Republicun County Convention with the people of Henderson and 1020 900 40 705 FOR 20 YEARS Spring Station 1045 600 732 WORM Remedies rhere is no better drilled or finer Has fed all Jlldway 1055 509 740 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEFD Yarnallton 1111 521 754 The Republican convention to looking set of fellows in the regiAr Lexington 1130 540 810 SOLD SMC AXIi DXTCGCWgTS Prpnred br nominate a candidate for Repre ment mcitAnnsos jieukisb to bt tons No 24 will stop at Anchorage and senative is hereby called to meet In the competitive drill yesOhri8tiansburg pnaengera for for May 12 ly on Monday Sept 2nd at 230 p terday they won the stand of colLexington and points beyond Nos 17 19 and 21 oonnect at Lagrange m at Sower Ahlers hall ors offered as a prize to the best for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 oounciot This is the convention that ad- drilled company with little trouble Anohcncp for Rlromnnlrt Hrntioh journed in May last to meet at the as the other companies were not call of the chairman Kentucky Midland Ry in it at any stage of the game our BUCK EYE B C Milam Chn Only direct Hoe between comboy out classing them so A Natural Beautiflcr CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT pletely Karls Clover Root Tea purifies Hnortest and quickest Oetween BIG FOUR ROUTE the blood and gives a clear and CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ beautiful complexion For sale by A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Best Lino to the North and East VV R Williams Co John 39 lisle Haysville Cynthiana Fal known for 15 years as the All lines from the South make BEST REMEDY for PILES First Crop Cut mouth and Covington direct connections in Central SOLD BT ALT DRUGGISTS with Cincinnati Prepared by 2ICHAEDS01T MED ST LOUIS Messrs Wood Florian of the Union Station of TflAINS BUN BY cWr STANDARD TIME the Big Four through trains May 12 ly Woodlake neighborhood are the to Chicago St Louis IndianapoIn effect June 2 1895 SCHEDULE OF TRAINS first of our farmers to harvest lis Columbus Cleveland New SEEK THE- their crops of tobacco having cut York and Boston For full inforABK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND mation call on nearest agent or CQdli - RESDRTa - DF A V K P M and housed twenty acres of burley TBAIMSEAST iNol No No7 in the last two weeks The tobac- address Lv tntntuori Ai 700 400 10U E O McCormick co is in fine condition some of it Lv Summit 7 00 400 llll MICHIGAN Lv Elkhorn 711 4 1 110 DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr being nearly ready to strip LvSvvitzer 718 4 20 132 Agent Lv Stamping Ground Pass Ticket Genl 728 430 148 ELEGANT THROUGH WtttKER SLEEPING Lv Duvall 734 4 tO 158 CARS run dally between FRANKFORT DAILY MAR Â¬ Cincinnati O Lv Johnson 740 441 2 6 KET Lv Georgetown B 747 447 215 Ar C S Depot 755 4 t9 300 Cincinnati and It Saves lives Every Day Lv Newtown 808 510 d2il Centrevllle Corrected Daily by II M Sher 816 6 18 335 Thousands of cases of ConsumpEaij View Minh Lv Elizabeth Lv 820 522 345 man Commission Merchant Ar Paris c 880 532 400 tion Asthma Coughs Colds and 227 Main Streot Ar rarls Junction VI 535 Deaths Veterinary Surgeon No 17 No49 a No 38 VERSAILLES KY Â¬ Â¬ WORMS Â¬ VERMIFUGE M 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TAKERS DII Â¬ OINTMENT rillli CO V - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- I M I Â¬ 31 I Â¬ Croups are cured every day by Shilohs Cure For sale by John Co W R Williams 39 - -- I A M I I V M I Big Ami 0 Four The direct route to Route TBAIN3 WESf Lv Paris Junction Lv Paris c Lv Elizabeth Cfentrevllle iv Lv Newtown Lv 0 S Depot Lv Georgetown B No 2No AX 41NO KilNo8 945 955 9 6KI 540 To Winchester Midland train No W JI Bailwny connection at Paris Junction with K C for Wir Chester arriving at Winchester at 610 Frankfort at 4 p m leaving Old St Joo Grand Rapids Traverse 3 City Elk Hapids Charlevoix makes close Petoskey and Bay View This Is the only lino by which passengers to the Travere Region are landed at Traverse City Piles Piles Piles Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulceratod It absorbs the and Itching Piles tumors allays the itching at once gives instant acts as a poultice Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by 100 per box mail for 50c and CO WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS For full Information as to time of trains etc wilte any renreoentatUe Big Four Route E O McCokmick Pass Tralllc Mgr Genl Pass D B Maiitin Leave Frankfort 400 p in airive Georgetown 450 p m The Kentucky Midland Kanwuj and ccmuec 1130 59l C14 1007 6 22 1017 642 1040 645 555 640 Iv Johnson 6 50 1045 6 51 Lv Dnviill 1051 6 57 700 Lv Stamping Ground 1058 703 72S Lv bnltzer 1108 7 13 745 Lv Elkhorn 1116 720 756 Lv Summit 1122 726 80G Ar Frankfort A 1130 735 815 SUNDAY TBAINS Leave Georgtown 1030 a m arrive Frankfort 610 440 455 518 535 am Tkt Act LAWYERS C D BERCAW tlons form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north hotith east and west For further Information apply to their agents or Gen ass Agt hi CONCLAVE WM CROMWELL The Louisville Daily Post pubBOSTON MASS AUG 25 31 Attorney at Law lished every evening except Sunday is offered with the Round Frankfort Kentucky ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP fer to Indiana Mr Peter large 12 per hundred to 22 por extra about at S3 per year The price Also Ileal Estate Agent Will practice In the Keith Henrv full ripe 18 hunCourts of Franklin and of The Post alone is 5 per year and will also give specialthe adjoining counties Magniflcient Sleeping Oar Service attention to the pur Keith and Miss Mattie B Henry dred Elegant Dining Cars chase and sale of real estate collection of rents Bananas Culls 6075 per bunoh and our paper 100 making this claims and the negotiation of loans of this county were married Satmarket dull Tickets good going Aug 19 to the best offer of the kind ever Sweet urday afternoon at the County barrel Cider New 275300 per made 25th good returning until September 10th with privilege of exClerks office by Judge Ben G Subscribers to the Roundabout FORJiALE tension until September 30th Karls Clover Root Tea takiug The Post now who are not Williams TO SELL MY THE For full particulars call on agent this op- T DESIREof Third and RESIDENCE ON South Is a sure cure for headache and can avail themselves of Shelby streets L corner Webb- - Mitch ell Mr James nervous diseases Nothing relieves portunity by addressing this office Frankfort One ot the most convenient and de Big Four Route or address sirable family residences In the city I also of D B Martin Webb and Miss Mary Mitchell so quickly fer my lurnlture nt private sale For terms E O McCormick For sale by John W or writing to B G Boyle 526 apply to the undorslgnBd Pass Traffic Mgr G P T A Co Third street Louisville SAML R SMITH 431m were married at the home of the R Williams 39 Â¬ Mesina fancy 5 50 to 6 per box rehandled brand Gordon Brawner Mr Barnett Oranges fancy Concord80s half boxes Grapes extra 250 per box Gordon and Miss Janie Brawner fine homo grown 18 to 22 cents per white free both of this county were married basket Peaches cents Pears stone Fine geek baskets 85 home crown 1 per bushel Thursday morning in South cents Frankfort by Rev F S Pollitt Apples Slow sale 50 and 75 grown barrelWatermelons home Lemons Â¬ Matrimonial bufihel J Fruits WILLIAMS MFG land O Sold by Holmes Props Cleve- Â¬ BLA CKB URN Jr Attorney and Counselor at Law V 47U GEO B HARPER- Receiver and Gen Supt Frnnktort Kv BIG FOUR ROUTE To The Baird Louisiana Ate ly G union fiMg A Great Offer June Washington D C 15 KNIGHT TEMPLAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti J yC i i j V sit Wr man scratched his head a moment and tnen rcpUt d Well 1J0SS you as second clasa mnllnble mutter mought put down at de bottom GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub dar please scuse bad writin and FRANKFORT ItOUNDABOUT want to say The old THE M E F F V LIMITED j FRANKFORT AUGUST 24 1896 spellinV Discharged Â¬ Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New THE ROUNDABOUT M hi Useful to the Community Mr Jas R Shaw is a very use ful and valuable citizen to the Jett Station neighborhood for having erected an elevator at the Station in which he has a cleaner grist he is en mill and corn sheller abled to handle all the grain raised by the farmers in that section When the small grain is harvested the farmers haul it to the elevator have it cleaned graded and stored until ready to ship when it is cheaply loaded upon cars at the door and sent off to market In the fall and winter their surplus corn is also taken there shelled and shipped or ground into an excel- Â¬ lent quality of meal The elevator is fitted with all the latest and most improved machinery and large quantities of grain are rapid- Â¬ ly handled there every season with only two hands To the business enterprise of Mr Shaw much of the prosperity of that end of the country is due N B Hoover who was arrest York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com Â¬ Pullman ed as an accessorv to the killing of partment Dining Car Sleeping Cars of the latest and Harry Kelly had an examining improved design and an trial before Judge B G Williams most Observation Car Emphasis is on Saturday and was discharged especially placed on the ObservaÂ¬ THE PEOPLES PAPER EVERYBpDY TAKES IT H Pinners Mashed Little Will Farmer youngest son of Mr Ben Tr Farmer was playing around a cider mill in the orchard upon the farm of his grandfather Mr Jos Robinson near Bridgeport on Saturday and was engaged in brushing away particles of pumice which fell on the outside of the receptacle while the apples were being ground While in a stooping position he put up his hand to steady himself and placed it against the cog- Â¬ wheels of the machine and the mill being in motion the third and little fingers were drawn in between the cogs and terribly mashed A heavy ring on his middle finger was caught by the cogs and prevented it from being mashed also The injury received medical attention as soon as possible and the little fellow will not lose either finger though it is fear- Â¬ ed one or both will be stiff Â¬ The Campaign Opened The political campaign for State officials was opened at Louisville Monday evening with a joint debate between Col W O Bradley and Gen P W Hardin candi- Â¬ Â¬ dates for Governor before a large crowd Those who went down from this city and heard the de- Â¬ bate report that Col Bradly had much the best of his opponent as Gen Hardin was somewhat off his feet suffering lrom a cold and much to the surprise of his audience seemed to be badly rattled The campaign will now begiri to warm up and by the time the election rolls around it will be at a white heat The local canvass is as yet rather quiet as the Re publicans have made no nomina- Â¬ tion for Representative and neither side has named a ticket for City Council and members of the Board of Education Â¬ Scuse do Writin An old colored man who could neither read or write stepped into the office of County Clerk N B Smith the other day and asked Deputy Clerk L C Wallace if he would be kind enough to write a letter for him when that obliging young man took up his pen and wrote as the old man dictated until the sheet was nearly full when he looked up from his work well is that all you and asked u I tion Car Built by the Pullman Ankle Sprained Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser Miss Julia B Hodges of Louis- - vation Cars serve their purpose ville who has been visiting rela- better than any others that have tives in this city for several weeks ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the was walking around the river road only train having an Observation Sunday afternoon with a party of Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ young friends when she was so lows that the Chesapeake and unfortunate as to sprain her ankle Ohio Ry alone has scenery interso severely that she had to be esting enough to demand an Ob servation Car The F F V Limited taken home on yesterday js the on y tram running through from Cincinnati to New York that Biting Lively enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day Fish have been bitinsr quite It is freely near the drift pile above the and New York the next the only train for Jersey City Coast St Clair street bridge this week resorts which are reached by the and some nice strings have been F F V at dinner time instead of taken there mostly silver perch in the evening It is the only fishing has been done princi- Â¬ train that enables business men to The pally early in the morning and transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for Tuesday we saw one fisherman breakfast the next morning It is pulling them out two at a time the most desirable train for New having two hooks on his line England resorts connections being Executes on short notice and in the latest style while others around him did not made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial seem to be getting even a nibble Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p The New Wheel Here m New London 530 p m Providence 715 p m and Boston The new turbine water wheel The F F V is the 830 p m which the Kentucky River Mills oniy modern train lighted through- Â¬ Company will place in position at out with Electricity carrying a their Hemp Mill just below the Dining Car and an Observation city arrived on Tuesday and is a Car The Washington and Atlantic weighing a monster 18000 Express also an Electric Lighted pounds It will be used to drive Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ the machinery of the mill and it nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ is expected will do away with the ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection use of steam as a motive power Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the about the establishment almost Boston Express or the Limited entirely reaching New York rbout 900 Set p m At Norfolk connection is Franklin Association made with the Old Dominion The annual meeting of Frank Steamship Line reaching New York 300 pm the next day lin Baptist Association was held New Midland Time Table with the church at Mt Vernon in the northern edge of this county Midland Effective June 3d on Wednesday and Thursday No 8 trains arrive as follows The attendance was large and the 8153 m No 2 1130 a m Col No 4 735 p m interesting proceedings No East bound trains depart Thos Rodman of this city was 1 No 7 1 p m No 3 7 a m re elected Moderator and Mr W 4 p m H Parrent of Bridgeport was reNo 1 makes connection for Quite a number of Cincinnati Lexington Richmond elected clerk delegates were in attendance from and points south No 7 makes connection for this city Cincinnati f No 3 makes connection for Make Your Own Hippies Rich- Â¬ Winchester Cincinnati Blank Books of U kinds gotten up in the highest style of A traveler was telling of coming mond Maysville Lexington and up the Ohio river on a steamboat points south Jok Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates the art C D Bercaw from Louisville to Cincinnati one G P A Work of all kinds solicited lazy hazy afternoon some years ago and noticed that dozens of The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ Will sleepy boatmen would row out ecutes all orders promptly call for and deliver work at your from shore in advance of the Telephone No 17 door steamers approach just for the tf 24 sensation of getting shaken up a If you dont want good work bit by the large vessels ripple dont try the Capital Steam How like this is to many men Laundry 24 tf who complain of hard luck and 215217 and 219 St Glair Stmt Up Stairs Frankfort Kj They are content with bad times a little indirect shake up from with pale or sallow complexions somebody elses ripple instead of or suffering from skin eruptions Lfc pitching in and making one of or scrofulous blood will find - SfiS in Scotts Emulsion their own It is every mans duty quick relief 5 All of the stages of Emaciation to make of himself as much of a and a general declins of health THE CHWME w A AD This are speedily cured positive force as he can LIFETIME idea of waiting till some big vessel LessthanFOUROKNTSawcek Thinkotit ftv an arrangement with the nnblishers of comes along and then being car- Â¬ The Evening Post of Louisville 1 am enabledÂ¬ to make an unprecedented offer to tho news ried along for a little while on its paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the resultant billows is unprofitable by mail postand unsatisfactory to the Be a maker of takes away the pale haggard man and the Associated Press full iTC Frankfort correspondence market reports Washington mis- - affiN telegraph news from look that comes with General jrjkX parts Kentucky sporting specialsociety racing choice all JrgVK ripples not a mere catcher on W news of f Debility It enriches the blood clear and W11 cellany and live political matter The paper used isfor terms XlWT type large and easily VirJr theNOTICE All personsread Agents wantod write of this stimulates the appetite creates Zia who wish to take advantage Ya offer must make cheeks and money orders payable to The Ills of Women healthy flesh and brings back 5iVa 57a BGBOYLB Room JS 56 Third St Louisville Ky Constipation causes more than strengtn ana vuaiuy ror uouens X Bronchitis Karls Colds Sore Throat and WastingVvejik half the ills of women Consumption Lunes Clover Root Tea is a pleasant cure AoiAi of nhiinrAn For sale by Sett J for our pamphlet Mailed FREE for constipation ScttBowneNY MIDrugflltU Moud1 Co 39 John W R Williams Â¬ it Â¬ Everybody reads it Â¬ I - Â¬ Subscription Only 1 Per Year Our Job PARTMENT X vV W w tA mAw t y HUM tew All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed ml i v M r Â¬ BINDERY- - 4 ttHftw w KMIW u GEO A LEWIS Proprietor te Anaemic Women ajfe 5S- fe aR fc a yk Scotts npD VP tErK IEAK WW 2fc 3kc fp -- aY self-respectin- g Emulsion fl - 9 Ww k 4fe A 4fe iF k 4fe WW W j fe i fe MTMrmrTT1rIffi7irlniOlirr IIBflttUHXilSCTKftTCHP frTffrTr nriiii l tr aiiiHiiMHafrtWrllKVniaiK iMMmmattwaiwjiiMirnTflmitiHMMMJi r f i Tri 2fe3 1 s H w eo ca cu din BarcnrcarKarcaRHrnEnrnrnEa m fgp ca Bin B3 301 EE1 12 CI 3Do yovL If you do come to us and we BO n eea Bnoes kci nanani3 caEaKacannEnraEsrsni nci F3C1 - net HMH tl ca BE1 c 5 II will save you money on evry n Our fail goods c purchase made crt are now arriving and although liShoes and leather have ad- vanced considerably by buy ing early we have secured II goods at old prices and will E3 give you the benefit of our foresight Our liue of school shoes for the com- ing season can not be beaten and we 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 na mx r is a Eg D E gg B ca en ca ca eu na em era ca DaccaGuuacacacacucacacucaLacacaBaizEicaizaeaEucacaQaBucucacacairucu FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST 24 oanaBiaisaraaGiaKinnnEnE Xeaglier 1895 ca EaEanaEaBanaBarjaEamcaEanannBaEa ku cacacacacacacacauaisacauiLracacaBacacacacacatzacacacacakiiaLacauaca TWEsslx Â¬ a sIxslIX n ca ca net ca na ca rata Running for Councilman Mr Jas W Hodges formerly of this county is a candidate to represent his ward in the Lexing- Â¬ ton city council J1 Progressing Rapidly The Shelbyville papers report the work on the extension of the N railroad from that city to L connect with the main stem at Â¬ MIi A t jf remaining its pastor up to the time of his death Pie was a tall fine looking gentleman an attrac- Â¬ tive speaker and so universally popular with the congregations of the two churches of which he had charge in this State that he was given up with regret He was a Kentuckian having been born and raised in Muhlenburg county and was an uncle of Judge William H Yost late of the Superior Court The remains were taken to Lexington for interment Â¬ Why Not Indeed At the battle of Chickamauga there were some seventeen or eighteen Kentucky regiments engaged on the side of the Union and notwithstanding the liberality of Northern States in erecting monuments to the memory of their fallen fellow citizens Kentucky has no vestage on that great battle field indicating appreciation On the Conof Kentucky valor federate side too there was a considerable number of regiments of Kentuckians who left their full quota of fallen comrades to enrich that ensanguined field Why may not a Kentucky Legialature make an appropriation to build a testimonial to the brave Kentuckians who so gallantly illustrated a quality without which no man would be deemed worthy to be called a Kentuckian Eminence Constitu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thr Monroe Patent STOKEWBRE MfiED AILTID m THE ALASKA CHARCOAL gffl - fj- - m b- - t m m 1 IV - V V h 11 v M 17 1 fkW mmr 1 Rack to tlio Pen Christiansburg as progressing rapidly and that the contractors will A convict by the name of Mitch complete the road by the specified ison who made his escape from time the penitentiary a year ago last May was arrested in Tennessee a Real Estate Transfer few days ago and returned to the Mr John S Harvie sold to Mr pen Thursday He and another Robert H Suter the first of the convict were engaged in running week one hundred and fifty five the electric light machinery which acres of land lying on Stony Creek is located in the womens yard and in this county and including the made their escape over the wall at site of the old Harvie saw mill for night The other man is still at five thousand nine hundred dol- Â¬ large Mitchison only had a little lars more than seven months to serve when he made his escape but Changed His location extra time will now be added to Dr D S Henry who has his sentence heretofore been officing with Dr Twos the Wrong Man Epes has opened a dental office of his own in the second story of Persons who frequent the L Nicol block on South St N station in this city often wit- Â¬ the Clair street over Messrs Fortune ness some very touching scenes Jordans grocery where he is there especially when friends and prepared to practice dentistry in relatives take leave of each other all its branches perhaps for the last time on earth and then again some very Many Will go Down amusing incidents happen one of and Gen which recently caused a lady of Col W O Bradley P W Hardin candidates for modest and retiring disposition will meet in joint de- Â¬ considerable mortification She had Governor bate at Eminence on Friday next gone to the station to meet some and no doubt quite a number of young lady relatives from a distant voters will go down from this city State and when the train rolled in to hear them speak A grand a gentleman accompanied the girls barbecue will be given by the peo- Â¬ she was looking for out of the car ple of Henry county and a tre- Â¬ and assisted them to alight from the Thinking the gentle- Â¬ platform mendous crowd is expected man was a relative she had never Rev R G Brank Dead seen the lady stepped up and Rev Robert G Brank D D without introduction put her arms died at his home in St Louis around his heck and kissed him Wednesday evening when a shout of laughter went up Missouri aged 73 years The deceased was from the young ladies Surprised well known to many of the older and a little indignant she demandcitizens being a distinguished ed an explanation and when told His first that the gentleman she had just Presbyterian minister charge after entering the ministry kissed was merely an acquaintance was the Harmony church just of the girls who happened to be over the county line in Woodford coming this way and had taken the church organization of which them in charge this far she fled has long since been dissolved and in confusion and embarrassment their house of worship is now used The Midland by the congregation of the Forks 880 to Traverse City and Petos Baptist Church From this church he was called to take charge of key gg 89 to Mackinac City and Mackinac Island Mich and re the McChord or Second Presby Â¬ turn train No 3 Aug 26th m i terian Church in Lexington where until 1867 when he he remained The best work in town is done accepted the care of the Central by the Capital Steam Laundry Presbyterian Church in St Louis 24 tf Â¬ --- Â¬ Â¬ FILLED EJrfTSiSjgs Â¬ ffjWKm tionalist TfWW Ii i faJvBaaaaai REFRIGERATORS For Sale By Leainsr and ffiler Belling at Cost so Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ami refreslihig to the taste and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys OrcE ENJOYS JOiPy3- - sgj S35 r jgKZpgyayg yyctsi IRHISssssSii h ry fi fttniiH tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action aud truly beneficial in its 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 remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3gri Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness i Wagon Whips Buggy Whips 200 1 qo Horse CoUars 7000 bolts Wall Paper 125 I 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 Back Bands Traces Halters Buggy Bridles 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 36 Lap Robes or Dusters Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO LQUISVILU KY NEW YORK NY CAL C E COLLINS Broadway Dealer The Hardware ONE HALF RATES JACOB SWIGERT CO For Round trip Tickets to KENTUCKY FAIRS VIA THE QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Insurance JLgents 101 AND 102 ANN STREET HasemEnt nf the Capital Hntel RESTORED MANHOOD mLMmK r DR MOTTS NERVEBINE Lexington Pair Lexington Ky Aug 27 to 31 Pulaski County Pair Somerset Ky Sept 3 to 6 Lexington Colored Pair Lexington Ky Sept 4 to 7 iTPY WLKt Sale by A VHKB4BiVflK BBttB AND ABTJSB UH1HU ThOKreat remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous dlsoMesof thaRonoretlvo organs of either sex such ns Nervous Prostration tall or Opium which Mental Worry excewUvo tie of Tobacco nrrtPFWA crlvn fi lead to Coiv written miU mniinn mi inamiitv Wltli ftvoF BA r Cnlrl at Ml AA na trtv Jft hnTM ln nnu PILLS tFox iiifl ilwlMWnrliri X3I01j3xEES rf Jmik Al ffifiEjJififrJi cuiiMIOAJLCOo ClVVlool5 Sa BII3D Sii ZDr uerglt r t t lii irTil auJibatt liiifiiri itfi lilMTTi i vwlffTniiyiMlilWiflPlffiOiimTinfTlilMinB Xi saBLraaur Vi 31 tKSf- - Hi W7fP Â¬ AWTTTTTTTlTTrn WiT vsm Yi i va J - 1 r- v B4 if j i ff i rv ft w center of which stands the Egyp struck by the sign over the en Â¬ side of it a living picture which tian Obelisk brought from Thebes trance to the prison It reads taken with the first moved me Tlio Capital City of Franco with mingled mirth and sadness and raised to its position in 183 Depot of the Condemned From tlio Christian Guide A bloody history lies behind this which for a definition seems to me A little old wrinkled gray haired Tweny four hours on the Orien square for here stood the Guillo- Â¬ about as accurate as could be woman was intent on making a copy of the fresh young face of tal Express suffice to compass the tine in the revolution and here framed We Louis XVI distance from Vienna to Paris Where the Bastile used to be the virgin and the ludicrous con Marie Antonette pass many interesting spots Ulm Madame Roland and Charlotte the column of July now stands trast between them and the pa Â¬ famous for it Gothic Cathedral Corday with many others met erected to the glory of the French thetic choice of a face so diffeient with the 534 foot spire the highest their fate After viewing its foun people who defended by arms from her own on which to work in Europe Augsburg where the tains and its famous equestrain their liberties on the memorable was a vision of incongruity which Misiinimwtis mtraiaaiissmmtiiiiL lUt Wm Milo fcac rituFiNC historic Confession was produced statutes the three strollers make days of July 27 28 and 29 1830 still haunts my memory It is always expected that a min Â¬ Munich one of the handsomest their way along the broad and blaz As I was looking at the lofty colHUM UMMttSKUSSOIl numer- umn my attention was attracted ister will have more interest in old cities on the Continent and Stras ing avenue observing the W1WTPWH DJl But ous pedestrains who throng their by a vender of childrens toys churches than in anything else burg with its noted clock ABSOLUTELY PURE not the least interesting object we way taking in the carriages and near by on the pavement and from Pardon me but you are mistaken THE OLD RELIABLE During my entire jour Â¬ saw on the way was the Isef roll- Â¬ turn outs of the streets and noting whose stock I purchased a minia- Â¬ this time ing rapidly with its suggestions the acres and acres of theatres ture fire engine to carry with me ney the churches as a rule have SWEET CAPORAL of the stirring poem by Thomas concert halls and refreshment gar Â¬ across the sea It was a funny impressed me less than anything Campbell in which the words just dens adjoining which vie with feeling I had as you can imagine else I have many times had to quoted form the closing line of each other to attract the passer- Â¬ on a spot of earth so reeking with force myself to go and have Hat stood tha Test of Tl MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER each stanza But we too are roll by And now after a mile and a memories of blood and horror to usually come away glad that the RANDS COMBINED ing rapidly the French frontier quarter of such scenes we stand buy a toy that would make the air trip was over In this spirit I am Dec 16 yO f H Co Its merry with the shouts of a happy almost ashamed to say I went to is soon passed and a most beauti- under the Arc de Triomphe ful landscape on either hand de- Â¬ immensity we had not taken in till child And we went to the Mor Notre Dame to the Madeline St lights the eye though after see then It is the greatest arch of gue of course and looked through Eustache and other churches in IKRANKLIN ing Austria no other country can modern times requiring thirty the plate glass screen at two or Paris The thing about a church James W Tichenor Admr CIRCUIT COURT dec Plaintiff vs greatly surprise you by its beauty years for its erection and costing three ghastly bodies that had been that seizes my strongest interest C M Jones Ac Defendant HAVING LAIMS AGAINST But France stood the comparison 2000000 It was a pet scheme fished out of the Seine and were is not so much its architecture as ALL PERSONSTichenor deceased are nereby P Â¬ notified to present the same to me proven Nor did its historical and personal associawell and gave our eyes a rural of the first Napoleon having been awaiting indentification as required by law or to appenr before rue and required the same law and having we fail to visit Pere la Chaise the tions For this reason I cared far prove September 2 n1895 by by of on or soon forget begun on his birthday feast they will not before order court W H POSEY A well known author says that as its chief desing to commemo- largest cemetery of Paris and to more for the St Germian lAuxer Aug 3 lm Commissioner F C C afford to have no rate his brilliant deeds The names take off our hats at such tombs as rois because from its tower soundFrance can well word for home in her language of his ninety six battles and victo Â¬ those of Chopin Beranger Moli ed the tocsin for the Massacre of August 24 NEW seeing she has the thing itself in a ries are inscribed under the main ere Michelet Thiers Gambetta St Bartholomews We 1572 and for Des Invalids because The carved reliefs on the Racine and Marshal Ney form so perfect and is in fact a arch FAMILY land filled with the lovliest homes different sides of the piers of the were touched by the fact that the beneath its gitded dome sleeps 43 ST OLAIR STREET on earth We reach Paris at 9 a arch represent the leading events tomb of the great Marshal is the earthly remains of the Great m drive to the St James break- Â¬ in the military career of the Man without inscription of any sort and Napoleon in his granite sarcopho FORTUNE JORDAN Proprs fast and then are off for the sights of Destiny The whole measures is marked only by the simple gus one of the most impressive One sight already has fixed our 152 feet in height by 137 in breadth word Ney on the curbstone as tombs in the world and for the in the Grocery line Panthenon because its crypt holds EVERYTHING fresh and It was the while the elevation of the arch on you enter gaze as we drove by Having recently read Mark the graves of Victor Hugo Vol- Â¬ nice House the finest in the under side is ninety feet Grand Opera Orders promptly filled and deliver Â¬ the world and the street scenes Twelve magnificent avenues on all Twains pertinent remarks con- taire President Carnot and others ed in any part of the city Gall and Possibly see us POBTUNE on all sides of it are among the sides lead up to it the streets and cerning the sentiment wasted on of the Great of France JORDAN course houses having been reconstructed at the graves of Heloise and Abelard this is very bad tasle in me but it But of liveliest in Paris our first objective point is the great labor and cost in order to who here sleep side by sidcand is the truth and might as well be DR W I KELLEY One gets the best make the Place de lEtoile and the thoroughly sympathizing with his confessed Eiffel Tower The Latin Quarter as it is call- Â¬ view of the city from its lofty Arc de Triomphe the imposing view of the case I naturally kept OF CINCINNATI 0will be atthe Batteries my hat on when I reached that ed situated south of the Seine verandas and can fix the various center of the city Â¬ planted institutions of here command the streets portion of the cemetery filled with educational objects of interest and their locain every direction and to hold this stranger with every kind to which students from Paris provides the tion well in his mind by an hour looking from it We went no strategic point is to have Paris at no end of interesting things in her all parts of France and the world of urXINGTON ky higher than its second platform your mercy No donbt Napoleons four great central markets which resort for study was a locality that which gives an elevation of 380 idea was to so fix things that stand side by side the meat mark Â¬ greatly kindled our interest and Saturday August 31 1805 feet though many from curiosity the city could never again be sub- et the vegetable the fruit and in it we looked with special satis Â¬ Saturday September 14 1895 go to the extreme top 984 feet jected to the rule of the mob The the fish The thing to do is to go faction at the church of the Sor Saturday September 28 1895 without in anyway adding to the whole plan as carried out is an ad- there from seven to eight of a bonne where the prizes from the HEMORRHOIDS whU are termed piles In any form cured without suwery extent or distinctness of their view mirable blending of ornament and summer morning and see what Academy are bestowed ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum also These are but a few of the cured There are many you can see We reached the Tower by a short use especially use Paris is usually regarded as the things offered for sale which you many things which we saw in the FISTULA anu noSUKcs nutu walk to the banks of the Seine and a long ride on its murky most beautiful city of Europe and would not begin to cat but you great Parisian world during the REEERENCES 1 W water the ride being unduly pro- I suppose it is but its beauty did enjoy looking at them just the brief period of our abode there J AMcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky Scott Frankfort Ky George Darsie Anthony Leach Franklort Ky longed by the fact that we took a not impress me as I had hoped it same I went through the fish J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort h steamer going in the exactly op would Possibly the cloudy days market as the one most likely to Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Engine for Sale A H McClure Frankfort Ky But we did not I encountered there in part account afford strange sights and I was posite direction If J Hughes Frankfort Ky David regret the mistake as it gave us a for this But I think the fact that not disappointed The variety of A 6 horse power Russell porta- Â¬ Jas M Moore Benson Ky Ky Wlthrow Frankfpit at 413 DR KELLEYS office and view of the city and of its many I had just come from Vienna had queer and repulsive looking deni ble thresher engine fs offered for West Eighth streetClnclnnatlresidence is he may and where Apply to L be found every day of each week except SATU R river which an equal share in causing my dis zens of the deep here offered you sale at a bargain fine bridges from the DAYS 49 tf w T KK LLEy M D Nevertheless my surpasses belief You may not B Weisenburgh amply repaid us for the Jditioual appointment 413 W Eleht St ClnclnnatlO were days of unending enjoy a diet of snails for instance time it took The Seine within days there The U S Govt Reports TO THE CENTER OF the fortifications compassing the interest and delight Whichever but that is no sign the Parisians show Rdyal Baking Powder city is spanned by twenty three way I turned things famed through do not superior to alt others One But what about the Art Galbridges many jsthem splendid out the world met my eyes Notwithstand the advance in specimens of solid1 masonry and of the chief sights were the meat leries and Museums didnt you go all kinds of leather our prices on -- BY THE- all of them seemingly put there to shops with dark looking quarters to any of them I hear the read- harness and saddles remain the Call and examine the stay after the thorough fashion of fresh meat hanging around the er ask Oh yes I went till my same and my eyes were largest stock ever in Frankfort in which the French do things of walls and a queer sort of link legs ached Mastin Bros sausages in large pans on the ready to fall from the sockets 38 tf that kind swam and head Chicago lty Co Louisville New Albany For Rout That night three of us like the counter They were frankly and and my horse steaks I wished the miles and miles three artists in Trilby strolled honestly labelled and even Â¬ Elegant trains My new dwelling house on ing from Union morning Louisville sausage Ever since of Correggios Guidos and Station Champs Elyse- s from and mule along the Shelby streets containing seven landing passongors at the Dearborn the Place de la Concorde up to the the siege and capture of the city and Rubenses and Geromes and rooms furnished or unfurnished Station Chicago Five minutes from Â¬ Also This house has all the the LEADING HOTELS for con hill top of the Place de lEtoile by the Germans this kind of meat Murillos were all at the bottom of as desired necting with Trunk Lines And our the sea They were all great of modern conveniences and is in the where stands the Arc deTriomphe has had a large sale M Louis Jules Bertaut course and I enjoyed them and most desirable part of the city St Paul It gave us not only a glimpse of guide k For terms apply to Omaha some of the most celebrated local- who had been a soldier in the I wouldnt take anything for some Wm Cromwell ities of Paris but also a concep- French army and had often and impressions I received at the Denver brilliancy of the city by freely partaken of it assured us of Louvre and the Luxembourg my tion of the San Francisco We accepted only objection being the objection Do You Want to Trade for a night which we had long desired its palatableness Piano AND THE We were impressed by the fact his assurance unquestioningly and which any one would have to eat Any person wishing to trade a that the people here live much gladly resigned our share to him ing a weeks supply of food in a good milk cow for a piano can more in the open air than they do and to other Parisians who relish single day I think the Frieze of the hear of such a trade by calling at We felt like Parthenon is an eternal delight and in America knowing the use ot that sort of thing 46 this office Call For parks gardens and promenades as the man with a dish of crow before as to the Venus of Milo she is Tobacco Spit or Smoko Tiokets the Americans do not And this him He could manage to eat it herself worth a trip across the Dont Your Jjifo Away But the Louvre to me peculiarity seemed to characterize if he had to but he didnt hanket ocean By The The truthful startling title of a book about harmless not only the Parisiaus but the after it Five large stones on the will always be memorable chiefly NtHo bac the onlythat braces cjuahantked up nlcotlnlzed cure poisons makes IvdZonon Viennese as well and all other street in front of the city prison for Murillos picture of the Virgin nerves eliminates nicotine and manhood weak You men gain strength vigor the Immaculate Conception run no physical or financial risk as communities we saw on the Con- Â¬ mark the spot where the GuilloE H BACON is sold by druggists everywhere uncer guiirun Â¬ D P A Louisville tinent The Place de la Concorde tine is now erected for the execu and what I saw when looking at it tee to cure or money refundedNew Book free FRANKJ REED York or Address Sterling Remedy Co A We were much There was a second picture by the Chicago 0 P A Chicago is a beautiful open square in the tion of criminals Â¬ Â¬ Ml DARSIE ABROAD i mW9 r Â¬ mm m Â¬ Â¬ m km 1 Â¬ IMC AMEMCAI m mm CIGARETTE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grocery 1 t V I Â¬ A V m m l 1 ffliJtw PHOENIZ HOTEL 1 -- TO mT V w Â¬ - if Â¬ - Â¬ Vasal v v kulS - V vli fa Â¬ CHICAGO MOM ROUTE Â¬ - Â¬ - Â¬ NORTHWEST mm t vi tob- acco-habit Â¬ 11 4 V Wmm Wfrvfm 7W rv iTTOS 7P rriiis is srlaat I am -- grciaagr l r to liare people ay Ll v RIflTTFYS 1 V ViilJU i wvwvwwvyvw1 Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort ft Tr 13nr UUUUDi 1U JJUJ I nnf ii H tf I am giving tinware away at present prices T close out my entire stock of chiua every piece in my large stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is cost No trouble to show goods complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices l 0- JOHN T BTJaKLETSST- - - I CLAIR STREET- - fever OHIO if he would search the THE CHESAPEAKE RAILWAY scriptures he would find that no Mr E R Jones was called to drunkard or hypocrite can enter Bourbon county Saturday to at- Â¬ the kingdom of heaven But as he A Magniflcient Showing Made In President Ingalls An Â¬ tend the funeral of Mr Harp near is accustomed to reading with the nual Report Mr Harp was about book upside down we are not able Centerville 28 years of age and died with to say just how his assurance was The Annual Report issued by Switzer we think in this part of the county are ar- Â¬ If So ifWhy Not And Not Why So our store ters the in Headquar t The old soldiers of the late war ft- - i We welcome to our exchange this week the Frankfort Round Baptist Association about a 40 column quarto pub- Â¬ annual session with Mt lished weekly by George A Lewis held its Vernon church this week The Roundabout is a spicy paper and gives all the news of the cap- Â¬ Quality Corner ital city and is well worth any- Â¬ Corinth Independent Christopher Columbus is at bodys a pair of eye present sporting glasses He says he can see better Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky to bait his hook while angling at the bridge Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ And Lumbus sat by the beautiful tised letters for the week ending brook And caught the minnows for Sally to Auguat 12 1895 ranging to attend the meeting of theGrand Army of the Republic in Louisville next month Dr W J Byrne who has been practicing in this neighborhood has located at Peaks Mill and we are glad to know is doing well He is well up in his profession and has the best wishes of a host of friends here where he has been employed by the Supreme Coun- Â¬ as medical ex cil O N F U aminer for B D Head Council No 97 Prof E R Jones and wife are attending the session of the Teach- Â¬ ers Institute in Frankfort this week They will open their school here on the second of Sep obtained The series of meetings at Pleas- Â¬ ant View conducted by Rev J A Peters closed Sunday There being a large congregation present and the young gents so devoted to their girls it was very difficult for ladies unattended to obtain seats Boys please do not become so in- Â¬ fatuated as to supersede all courtesy and politeness Mocking Bird All Recommend It Ask your physician your druggist and your friends about Shilohs Cure for Consumption They will recommend it For sale by John W R Williams Co 39 V0rtl1 Â¬ the Money tember Franklin a m 0 cook Rev Garrett Reed is conducting a protracted meeting at Pleasant The audience was very Ridge large last Sunday and the weather very unpleasantyet they gave hum wrapt attention Mr Samuel Moore was all smiles Sunday Wonder what had hap pened that he was so pleased Doubtless Miss Alice had smiled upon him Mr Chas Goins may be often seen wending his way in the direction of Harvieland and as the flower of his affection is ever blooming in that locality we do not wonder that he is never a moment late We almost know that his assiduity will win the prize So mote it be Married at the Indian Fork Church on Sunday evening Mr Brown and Miss Nannie WhitMay they long live and man Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Connor Mrs Ollie Runnells Mrs Mildred Davis W E Ryckman Alfred Jones Mrs 0 Smith Zilpah Lambert John Sneed Frank F Miles J J Mitchell Mrs Talbott Mrs Thos Keton Willie McCoy Mrs Perly Waldner Mat McKenzie John Wheat Mrs Sallie Quire Mrs Sue Wigginton John L Robinson John When calling for these letters please say advertised S B Ingalls President Â¬ Ohio Railway Com- Â¬ We claim to be Great pany for the fiscal year ending for bargains t June 30 1895 makes the follow ing showing Gross earnings 9 596030 61 increase over earnings of 1894 Sn 1 022 20 The result of the years business is an increase of 11452230 in net earnings over those of 1894 The policy of thoroughly maintaining and improving the property has been followed during the past We promise to place at your disposal the Over 300 Why not deal with us year as heretofore Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the 00000 could have been saved or market and to make prices right postponed if necessary and added to the net earnings As the com- Â¬ pany was earning its fixed charges there seemed to be no necessity Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We of economy to the detriment of are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest the ptoperty prices that our store is a place all economical Nearly 5000 tons of 100 and buyers should visit 75 pound rails were laid during the year and included in theex pense account Mr Ingalls also makes the fol- Â¬ lowing announcement which is of very general importance at this lhere are many time namely THE things which afford encouragement at the time of writing this report Such furnaces along the line as have been closed for the last two years are resuming work the coke ovens which have been shut down are all at work and there is a distinct and positive improve- reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed ment in the local business of the through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ line both in passenger and nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon freight and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs Announcement is also made and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe mk i Mr M E Chesapeake Boots Shoes Â¬ Hats Books e fiKMcCLTJRESM ROUTE Queen Crescerit Â¬ Holmes P M 3445 to Denver and return One fare August 1 oth to nth to Boston and return August I9th 25th via the Midland Catarrh Cured Health and sweet breath secured by Shilohs Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents Nasal Injector free For sale by John W R Williams Co 39 i THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili ties at Chicago Â¬ prosper Two souls with a single thought Two hearts that beat as one Messrs W O Vaughan W B Sudduth and W T Young have left us and gone to seek their fortune in the far west Where money grows on white oak shrubs And the rivers flow with brandy Where the boys chew the cigar etubs And the girls are Bweet as candy Mr Bob Sudduth has traded his buggy to Samuel Quire for a pretty filly It is likely that Lula will have to go horseback in the future or swop off her fellow Will someone please inform us whether it is from reading or ex- Â¬ perience thaft an old brother has received sfjfffication We would judge it to be from the latter as two-year-old All trains enter Chicago on the nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most Illi- Â¬ picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Trains Vestibuled Magnificent Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Oinoinnati to make connections Your tioket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcOormiok Pass Traffic Mgr Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass Big Four Route Oinoinnati O Â¬ have been completed for the ex tension of the line into Louisville the completion of the bridge at the Ohio river and the control of large terminals in the city of Louisville the shortening ot the Lexington and line between Louisville to 84 miles making it the shortest line between Wash He ington City and Louisville further adds the very encouraging statement Your Directors have not changed the opinion which they have expressed on previous occasions to the effect that the low O line its grades of the C physical condition together with advantages of cheap iuel and labor insure a brilliant future lhat it has stood the test of the last two years and earned its fixed charges would seem to be proot ot the The soundness of their opinion report also shows that during the vear there has been no serious ac cidents either to person or proper ty- - that during the year arrangements and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California tia New Orleans or via Shreveport Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa Â¬ tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Chattanooga Div Chas W Zell Paar Agt Cincinnati 0 W O 0 P Einearson A Cincinnati 0 JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE H S MATTERS tiese- - JKkckivkbs C 0 Tie S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE ri miller 334 MAIN STRKKT meiilis Limited MEMPHIS ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE CUISVILLE TQ 1 FRANKFORT K IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS An announcement ot much in O terest to the holders of C securities states that the interest chartres for the coming year over the charges for year just closed will only be 5 11 247 So Protect tlio Gnmo and Fish avinnt- nv flnh nnlv In the nroDer sea son and escape the game warden by Manv States nhonvniiKr tbo lawn have new game and fish laws this year and if you dont know tnom send five 2o stamps for a copy of the ftnmn Law isBue of THE AMERICAN Field 246 State St Chicago - opinion write to Srompt answor and an honest nearly nity rears fc CO who have bad experience In tbe patent business Communica Â¬ A Handbook of In tions strictly confidential formation concerning 1ntenU and bpw to ob Â¬ them sent free Also a catalogue of median tain Rates Tickets nndall Information furnished bjr leal and sclenttflo books sent free Co receive Ticket Agent of any Railway Co It not Patents takun through Munn special no tlco In t ho tfclentlllc Aiiierlcnu and address with thus are brought widely before the public paper Â¬ out cost to the inventor This splendid MoBRIDE issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the TrivellngPnss Agent largest circulation of any scientific work In the Louisville Ky world 83 a year Sample ropies sent free Building Edltlonmonthly SlW a year Single Every number contains beau Â¬ copies J 5 cents tiful plates in colors and photographs of now bouses with plans enabling builders to show the T latest designs and secure contraots Address Ky CAN YfcMAIJrhfSjf WI COPYRIGHTS OBTAIN A PATENT VIOKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS -- AND ALL POINTS For South and Southwest W J BLYNOH liUNN CO NKW YOUK 301 fiUOADWAT General Passenger Agent Louisville IHilMpW ttHP MmiBMlm i iriiim11il PT17w Peaks Mill WW or- - i t Irfc w - tion free Association week FOR Slight rain Tuesday Crops on a standstill CURES SCROFULA There has been some tobacco BLOOD POISON cut through this section Threshing is about over Association reduced the population Wednesday and Thursday Arch Triplett had his rice birds measure taken for a suit of clothes CURES CANCER the other day ECZEMA TETTER M RPierce is now a full fledged Doctor he can be seen any time studying his almanac JConsuIta BLOOD Â¬ s s i ttui V Ml ran CROWDS OF CUSTOMERS Â¬ taa ca Da taa F3ZI THE Ka ca Da BCl cia cu rca ia w always desirable to fortify the system after ex- Â¬ posure to tlie conditions which produce them Cold damn and miasma are surely counteracted fcy Hostetters stomach Bitters After you have Incurred risk from these Influences n wlneglsss of Hostetters Stomach Bitters directly after Â¬ ful For malaria dyspep ward should be swallowed sia liver coirplulnt kidney and bladder trouble nervous and debilltj It is the most deservedly popular of remedies and preventives 11 wine glassful before meals promotes appetite - - Â¬ this field perfectly and it is publishing the news without bias or prejudice A close reader of the Weekly Courier Journal should be able to forecast in advance what will be the outcome of the State election next November In ad dition to giving all the political news and all the news of every kind the Weekly Courier Journal is offering to its subscribers 6 000 in cash presents for guesses as to the exact vote and closest to the exact vote that will be received by the Democratic Republican Small Beginnings and Populist candidates for Gover- Â¬ The price of Ailments that nor of Kentucky Make great ecdlngs sometimes we are apt to consider trivial often grow through the paper is only one dollar a year neglect Into atrocious maladies dangerous In Sample copy containing full deIt Is the themselves and productive of others disregard of the earlier indications of ill health tails of the cash present plan will which leads to the establishment of ull sorts of be sent free to any address Write maladies on a chronic basis Moreover there to Courier Journal Company are cestaln disorders Incident to the season such as malaria and rheumatlBm ugilnst which It Is Louisville Ky Â¬ answer was We are only buying from day to day and to day we are paying sixty five cents per flour barrel even full can not say what they will be worth to mor row and added that it is not an uncommon thing for farmers and gardeners living near the city to offer to place fifteen or twenty bar- Â¬ rels with the dealers to be sold at whatever price could be obtained Vegetables are so abundant in the city that they do not bring the cost of hauling them there says Recently a produce dealer in The peculiar political conditions rsa Louisville exhibited to the writer that exist in Kentucdy have led ca hereof a letter from a dealer in many people to believe that the ca ca Kansas City proposing to sell him State is a doubtful one and that ca ca forty carloads of potatoes at the Republicans have a chance to ca ca ca eighteen cents per bushel to be carry it this fall For this reason ca delivered on board the cars at any there is great interest both at ca time before Christmas as the home and abroad in accurate ca C3 purchaser might desire On in- and reliable political news from all ca ca quiry as to what price the said parts of the State The Weekly ca ca dealer was paying there the Courier Journal is now covering ca Â¬ Â¬ ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca A Fact Worth Knowing Saturday QQ Consumption LaGrippe Pneu- ca Mr Crit Jacksons daughter-in-laca monia and all Throat and Lung ca visited them Saturday and left diseases are cured by Shilohs ca ca Sunday for Louisville Cure For sale by John W R ca Enoyb ca ca Co Williams 39 ca Potatoes are Down ca Is Kentucky a jDoubtful State ca ca The Eminence Constitutionalist ca ca w Harrodsburg Sayings Last Sun- Â¬ day a legion of worms from two to three inches long about as large around as a lead pencil with black backs took full possession of a large catalpa tree in Col Phil B Thompsons yard They were almost innumerable and fears were Thursday The Graham family held their entertained least they would de- Â¬ annual family reunion Tuesday stroy evervthing on the lot but which notwithstanding the bad they seemed to get their full growth and the intense heat was weather was a grand success too severe for them and they Miss Maggie Gault of Louis- Â¬ would fall dead from the tree In ville has been visiting Mrs Tim two days they disappeared Hawkins since mons and Mrs Â¬ Jim Perkins has organized an Osage Orange Ball Club Bro Virgin passed through here Wednesday Uncle Albert Carter drove through here on his way to the Association S E Vaughan was the guest of Massey Pierce and Dr Byrne IJegicm of Worms 5 rca ca ca ca na cu na 12 El ca ca xsa ca 133 ca ca ca ua ca ca ca ca iaa 12a ca Buyers get what they want fe at prices that please them Thats the reason our big double ca ca store room is thronged with customers Look at the prices ca every- ca ca below and then come and see for yourself We have ca E3 thing in Clothing Furnishings and Shoes that the most iastidi ca ca ous could desire both as to price and quality ca ca T0f DKT5C OTT TTIO For Business Dress or Travel ca ca ca ing All wool Sack ca ca ca Boys These Men ca O J T T nPC3 suits and e greatcut to 5 cash of this Bj T ca 1 Ot bargains first we ca ca MJA season at ca ca ca Mens Suits 8 iO 12 15 Nothing ca V T JT G ca like OiZiiZi VOJTcarry these ever shown before We are ca ca one dollar of the Old Firms Goods ca determined not to ca ca ca Never so cheap and ca Childrens Clothing now 99 cents for a attractive as ca good strong ca Suit ages 5 to 12 See our line of 1 5 150 - 00 250 ca ca ca 300 400 up to 700 Very attractive and fas sellers ca ca At our store every day this week ft It lir lYlLl OU1 OUIIO O i 1 s iHi-Ml - f J ca ua Shoes 3 3 OUR PRICES DEFY COMPETITION Shoes TN sh m iiLfl nnj Tl w j LADIES TY OO iO LjxLJIEj i ti ir II plain were 175 now--caTan Oxford very latest shades were 250 275 and 300 tfjy cut to for casn HPA Ladies O Lot ofsizes 1 Hand turned Shoes 1 and 2s sold from VXlZi small 350 to 500 marked down to for cash for Si Handsewed Button Shoes sold for 5 cut to for cash Hand turned Oxfords cloth top ifll0 7 iO and up toS650 225 f AK 150 Co CO Seeourimmmenselineof Mens and Boys Shoes D C i i i i j Crutcher L 125 150 175 2 ca cacacacacacacacacacauocacacacacacacuca ca ca cacacacacacacacacacacacacacacacacacaca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca - numwingv V VITVJFH i rL I J 10 50 m 8 v mM JXTS MARSHALL l I W l J SEETHE BEDROOM SUITS We offer at ten dol-lars and fifty cents They are beauties Solid Oak Large uevei Mirror nice r m m Heal Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET quick will take 4 4 4 finish F0ESALE ESTEY ORGAN S2t8iS For 2ent 60 FOR SALE A TW0ST0RY DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING with large grounds on Cross street South Side lip mfliji t t t For Dyspepsia And Liver Complaint you have a printed guarantee on every bottle of Shibhs Vitalizer It never fails to cure For sale by John W R Williams Co 39 R Rogers Son Opposite Courthouse TWO STOKY FRAME RESIDENCE OF 0 Rooms with st ble and litrgo grounds on Murray street 8outh Side This Is very desirable A otT street South Side FOR RENT FAME of 7 rooms on Cioss RESIDENCE property FORJALE STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD SUln This Is desirable prop Â¬ erty und Is offered ut a bargain A J NEW FRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS on owler street South Side Q C to the Atlanta Exposi Â¬ tion It will be one of the greatest fairs ever known to America Many features of the Chicago Worlds Fair and many additional and new ones open September December 31st 1895 18th to Do you want to go Write to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O for printed IjOUISVIUjE ket tobacco mar Â¬ 1 FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE kAAAAAAAAAAAJ 0 -- so Blacksmith rpiIK BLACKSMITH Frankfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds eluding a frame rest FZft ot Elklor iVLSf fourron8 5vlt ecessiiry bullalngs mHE TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDKNCE3 OF rltilfillcre8ot Us offered at h bargain y suop L eight rooms eaoh on Main sreet South FOE RENT FOR SIjEJ comil workman Property AT THE PROPERTY IvJL11 wm owln operaton at thut Kood trade If run by an receipts for the same period of 2858 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 127727 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 011 our market to this date amount to 127563 hhds There hafl been more good and colory burley sold on our market matter this week than for some wdeke past have been Lexington Colored Fair Sent prices for whichalso been a satisfacto- Â¬ ry There has little im4th to 7th provement in the price for medium red leaf Other grades remain about The Queen and Crescent Route the same The following quotations fairly will make half rates from all Kenrepresent our market for burley to- Â¬ tucky points on this occasion bacco 1894 crop Biggest Trash darkordamaged Dont fail to attend 1 CO 2 75 tobacco colored fair in the United States 3 25 Common Oolory trash 2 76 Splendid attractions Medium to good colory C agents for particu- Â¬ Ask Q 3 50 5 00 trash 3 50 lars Common lugs not colory 2 50 4 00 5 50 Common Colory lugs N Cheap Rates Via L Medium to good colory Â¬ Exposition just closed amount to 3232 hhds with Sales on our market for the week Dr W P EPES DENTIST AVERY Over Weltzel FOR RENT DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE on Shelby street South Frankfort ODonnells SETT to do all kinds of den Is prepared tal work intrusted to his care Ex amination free Oilice hoars from 9 a m until 5 p m June 8 DKl3STKOKT tf lishment GUBAT BARGAIiy IS OFFERED IN THE Malt House property on Mero street This property is well erjulpped for malting or would make u line warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ A XX Â¬ FOR SALE ance OF FARM OF 80 A large Athis landcitynowACRES brankfort- LANDthe part limits of In the Is bal under cultivation and of GOOD - WITH- - 260 ACRE FARM FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is Tills tarin is well adapted to stock raising or will raise line tobacco as well us all othercrops suited for this climate Will sell on easy paymants offered for sale - Â¬ H M SHERMAN it Manufacturers aUo Is good grazing land In this tract there a Quantity of line tobacco land A Is FRAME COT YOU tago 500 WILL ofBUYrooms on Second strdet South Side 3 j Apt - FARM FOR SALE Tills is very pro Dike 8 miles from Frankfort Proved abundantly sop luctvellind s wel1 TTITE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF V 110 acres situated on the Georgetown turn- - 7 50 rim qatv nv nvAT vstatv Attn rankAug 27 29 Charlothe N S ad indothestock 12 00 Detroit Mich Sept 3 6 16 00 the sale of personal property in the city and 28 00 county Mason it Hoe building corner Main 15 00 Aug i8th 2Sth one fare to Select or wrappery and St Clair streets Frankfort Ky Refers by Boston and return pei mission to Gen Fayette Hewitt President tune national uanx ruiiKiori ny A good set of harness for 750 Rodman President jFarmers Bank 001 thus Frankfort Â¬ Ky Grant Green sr Cashier Frankfort Ky R Mastin Bros Job work neatly exe- at Armstrong Sheriff Franklin county 5 lugs Common to medium leaf 5 7 Medium to good leaf 12 Good to fine leaf 50 00 50 00 8 00 and Gefieral Auctioneer MLIICK riLlSIUH llltl UD UUUU1UUUU ID DAVOIH3 H churches and schools convenient and all sur roundings attractive hrlxlr rail thnrn dence of 6 rooms u tenement ot four rooms and allother necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation tho Improvements are In line condition und In order to make a quick sale will be offered ut a bargain 210 Lo A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES In FINELY good cated 8 miles Frankfort on a tUrilDlkeroudunon whinli n FOR SALE CO Â¬ cuted at this office 38 tf D fort Ky of Aug 10 ly Frank Â¬ L B MARSHALL