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The VOL XYIL Frankfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 37 H tags Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report FEANKFOET KY SATURDAY MAY 19 1894 Contracts Awarded Deputy Collector Ben T Far Â¬ Business and Professional Directory ROBERT GORDON Painter and Paperlianger FURNISHED ON ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders left at M P Grays Unrdware Store will receive prompt attention Mar 31 3m LAWYERS ABSOLUTELY PURE mer as Custodian of tiie Custom BILLIARDS AND POOL House this week awarded the following contracts for the ensuing CHAS G PAYNE Billiards and Pool year For supplying the building with Tie Club Main Sheet coal to Noel Gaines The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys attached For ice W G Mandlehr For sprinkling the street W CONFECTIONER Anderson Gaines R TODD Â¬ JOHN WM CROMWELL Knocked Downjby Lightning Rev R L McCready and a friend Mr Ross of Louisville were walking along Wapping street Saturday evening just after the storm and when nearly in front of the residence of the Misses Burn Â¬ ley a shadetree near by was struck Both gentlemen by lightning were knocked down and stunned but not injured Mr McCready says the first intimation he had that anything unusual had happened he was standing on the side- Â¬ walk with both hands pressed to his head and feeling as if he had been struck with a sandbag on the He never back of the neck knew he had been knocked down although his clothes were soiled until told by Mr Will Chinn who was on the opposite side of the street when the bolt fell and heard Mr McCready call out to know what was the matter Mr Ross was walking on the inside of the pavement a little further from the tree than Mr McCready and was not so severely shocked About the same time the light Â¬ ning struck the trolley line of the street railway ran along the wire and passed own through car No 7 just as it was passing the Court House being carried down by the lightning airester with which the cars are provided When the cur-Â¬ rent struck the motor it flared up in a broad sheet of flame Â¬ c Near Being a Fatal Mistake On Sunday evening Col Robert H Crittenden took what he sup posed was a dose of compound licorice powder which had been prescribed for him but in reality was hellebore a powder very sim- Â¬ ilar in appearance but a deadly poison which his daughter had been using to kill insects upon her flowers As soon as the mistake was discovered Dr Ely was sum- Â¬ moned and after several hours work relieved Col Crittenden from the effects of the poison Tho Confederate Decoration The decoration of the graves of the Confederate soldiers buried in Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream In season Clears und Tobacco and Soda our cemetery will take place on Near new Water bridge the last Saturday in this month DRUGS the 26th inst Those having flowers W J CHINN JR which they wish used for this pur- Â¬ W H AVERILL Attorney at Law Druggist pose may leave them at the resi- Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky dence of Mrs R M Aldridge or Main Street opp City Hall Will A general stock 01 Druj Fine Stationery a lloor practice In all State Courts Office second at the cemetery Custom House Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties give special attention to the pur Â¬ and will nlso chase und sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans m B2 fL To Study for the Ministry The Harrodsburg Democrat says that it is stated in that place that Mr Martin D Hardin son of PW specialty Cigars and Tobacco compounded at all hours Prescriptions NO W R WILLIAMS Druggists GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Main Sheet 314 Bookseller CO NEWSDEALER Prescriptions Hardin hours A line carefully nndnccurately filled at all 332 Main Streei line of Fancy Toilet Articles Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy has declared his determination to Goods FLOUR AND FEED Contrary to the usual luck the study for the Presbvterian minis PAINTERS Kentucky Derby on Tuesday try REOCK DONALDSON m was won by the favorite Leigh Flour Meal Feed and A lady at Tooleys La was very W B BRIDGEFORD Roses Chant who was preferred sick with bilious colic when M O Countrv Produce Tisler a prominent merchant of the The Painter by the talent to the whole of his town gave her a bottle of Chambe- Â¬ Fincel Block South Side field The winner was ten lengths rlains Oolic Cholera and Diarrhoea Oysters Fish anl Game In season Choice 10 St Clair Street Remedy He says she was well in Pickles und Preserves Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on ahead of Pearl Song who was forty minutes after taking the first hand fifteen lengths ahead of the third dose For sale by Phil Carpenter LIVERY South Side druggist Classic Event of horse The DARNELL Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder MANGAN the Kentucky turf seems to be in Worlds Fair Highest Award Fine Livery its dotage as its decadence has exe Â¬ Job Terms Reasonable been steady of recent years ilVFiT office 219 Main Street Tho Twentieth Derby m Settle to Speak MKi Ilfy fi work neatly cuted at this A Thief In The Night V A thief entered the residence of Mr Jos Robinson on Saturday night went into his bedroom stole what money he had in his pockets about four dollars and left It has been the custom of the family to leave the key to the back door hanging upon a nail in the back entry where the cook can get it early in the morning and the thief was evidently acquainted with this custom for he took down the key opened the door stole the money and left without his presence in the house being discovered until the next morning when the key sticking in the lock aroused suspicion and the loss of the money was ascertained Â¬ Hon Evan E Settle candidate for Congress from this dis trict will address the voters of As a Tree is Known by its Fruit this county at the Court House on next Friday evening the 25th So is Store ky its Prices inst Everybody is invited to be present and hear the gifted young As Here are a few samples from orator of Sweet Owen this is Mr Settles native county this store he should have a fine audience Â¬ As You Like Reduction in prices for business move along on It CAH to make H Nervous Prostration To make tne Parlor Pretty Lawn ative Nervine the best remedy for CORIFOR nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ c Thou Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium Corsets perfectly stayed cool sands testify to cures Books and Summerhottest weather elegant fitting the trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 only cents Ribbed Summer A large manufacturer whose affairs Chenille Portierres or Lace Curtains with were very much embarrassed and Cream prices to suit everybody who was overworked and broken Curtain Scrim 40 inches wide down with nervous exhaustion went only 5 cents a yard to n celebrated specialist He was told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry and TO PLEASE THE BABY have a change of thought This doc Â¬ tor was more considerate of his pa Â¬ tients health than of his financial A white Dresa or Slip and a handsome Lace Cap circumstances He ought to have advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose The PLACE The TIME To save money on what you buy And all along down the line in HARDWARE The PKICE son I in M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Closed to Navigation Lieut Waterman Engineer in charge has given notice that the Kentucky River will be closed to through navigation for several days on the 21st inst The cause 50 Vests cool and pleasant to wear only eight cents each vr J v FOB THE LADIES Examination of Teachers The examination of applicants to teach in the white common schools of the county will take place at the County Superintendents office in this cityon the first Friday in June and the colored applicants will be examined on the Those persons second Friday intending to apply should remember the dates and be on hand Fell From Ills Wagon Â¬ A nice Wrapper or Shirt Waist very cool for the hot weather Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN t Â¬ which rendered this step necessaty Eor Economical Housekeepers was so ne much needed repairs which will be put on Lock No 2 Yard wide soft finished Muslin 7 cents Yard wide Brown Muslin soft finish and which will require the empty and very fine at 5 cents ing of the pool made by the dam at that point HUE HARNESS ana SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF Cheap and Useful Worlds Columbian Exposition - Will be of value to the world by illustrating the improvements in the mechanical arts and eminent will tell you that the of the physicians Mr George Sudduth in medicinal agents has while progress Bridgeport neighborhood been of equal importance and as doing some hauling on Monday a strengthening laxative that Syrup was so unfortunate as to fall from of Figs is far in advance of all No others his wagon and break an arm Childrens Fast Black Derby Ribbed Hose only 15 cents a pair sizes 6 to o Immense variety and prices always the lowest TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND m 214 St Clair street next door to R K McClure 1 mar 10 Sin 232 -- ZNTlSr STIESIEJET m I fl Hudson HumphriesCasseli IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR Ready Made Clothing a Come in and look at ours We handle the best makes we know it is ALL WOOL good fitting and wears well Dont believe what we say about it but come in and see We always have time to show our goods and talk to you about them rjRanarjarananacacanRanarjararianananariarariariacaRaRacaRaRararaRnRa raEararariarararjarcara 122 liUUU ksamyj tutu liJ ta Hudson HumphriesCassell Miss Rose Crittenden was in Lex Â¬ ington last weekMrs C W Dorsey visited in Louis- Â¬ Mr Thos H Stark of Louisville ville this week was in the city this week Miss Evlyn Brown spent yester- Â¬ Hon I M Quigley of Paducah day at Lakeland spent Sunday in this city Mrs W J Hendrick spent Thurs Mr George Shaw wont to Louis Â¬ day in Louisville ville Tuesday on a brief business trip Mr W JOhinn was in Winchester Mr Ross C Adams of Lexington Monday on business was in the city on business Wednes- Â¬ Misses Lutie Ware and Mary Brent day were in Louisville Tuesday Mr Ohas Stubenrauch was in Mr Byron Quin of Louisville was Louisville Wednesday on a business in the city the first of the week trip Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ Misses Mary Ely and Maria Lind ton is visiting friends in thiB city sey returned Monday from a visit to - i 1 PERSONAL Â¬ Miss Dessie county is visiting friends in this Mrs R B Jillson jr and little city daughter are visiting her parents Ex Gov Knott went to Lebanon in Cincinnati Tuesday on a business trip of a few Mrs Frank B Richardson left on days Monday for a visit to relatives at Special Traffic Agent Tinsley of Clarksville Tenn the L N Railroad was in the city Mrs Alfred Martin and children Thursday leave on Saturday for Staten Island Mr John L Zeigler of Yellow their future home Pine Louisiana is visiting relatives Mrs W Anderson Gaines returned in Bellepoint home Monday from a visit to her Mrs H T Stanton and daughter mother in Warsaw Ky Miss Florence are visiting friends in Mr Lawrence Arfderson of Louis- Â¬ Jackson Tennessee ville was in the city this week on an Mrs Grant Green jr has returned insurance business trip from a visit of several weeks to her Mr and Mrs Wm Nickels enter- mother in Louisville tained a number of their friends at Mrs Frank B Richardson left euchre Tuesday evening Monday for a visit to friends in Mr W H Newhall jr was called Clarksville Tennessee to Louisville Thursday by the danger-Â¬ Mrs Loulie B Longmoor returned ous illness of his brother Friday of last week from a visit her Miss Kate Green returned Wednes Â¬ old home in Oynthiana day from a two weeks visit to the Judge J Quincy Ward of Paris Misses Reed in Louisvill e was in the city Monday on business Mrs 0 W Vermont after a visit to before the Court of Appeals her sister Mrs Ben G Williams re Â¬ Miss Natalie Sawyier has returned turned to her home in Louisville from Brooklyn New York where she Thursday has been visiting her sister Mrs Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel Hawthorne Hill have returned from Ashoville N 0 Mrs John A McMahon of Dayton accompanied by their cousins the Ohio who has been visiting her Misses Fischor daughter Mrs R W McRery in this Mrs Lizzie Robb en route to Louis city has returned home Mrs ville to visit her daughter Dr W O Green of Louisville will Garland stopped over hero Tuesday arrive this afternoon to spend a few to call on her relatives and friends days with the family of his father Messrs Lindsey Blayney and Al Â¬ Hon Grant Green in this city bert McOlure of Centre College who Dr V A Kalternbrun and Mr Geo will graduate from that institution in A Lewis attended the annual con- Â¬ June are at home for a short time and Misses Addamsf clave of the Grand Oommandory Kentucky Knights Templar at of Oynthiana are visiting their sister of Mrs Loulie B Longmoor on Second Paducah this week Â¬ Wingateof Woodford Danville street accompanied by their nieces Fires Work Misses Nancy Prudence and The residence of James Oneal Handy Mrs Robert Tilford arrived Mon Â¬ who lives just beyond the cemeday from Greenville to tery gate on the edge of the hill Miss join her husband who is with the Gayle Co on the South overlooking the Midland yards LeCompte is burning as we go to press Fri- Â¬ Side Mrs Geo T Stagg and Mr Frank day evening and as it is too far Stagg have returned from Florida from the fire hydrant for the de- Â¬ where they have been sojourning for partment to stretch a line of hose several months and are at the Capi- Â¬ it will probably be consumed tal Hotel Most of the furniture was saved Mrs Quin Parrent and family who have been living near Mayview Mis- Advertised letters at Frankfort Kentucky souri for the past fourteen years have returned to Bridgeport this Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ county to reside tised letters for thet week ending Mrs Fannie M Trabue who is one May 19 1894 Mrs P of the new appointees of Pension Bryant Mr Lee G Moore Mr JasAD Moore Mr P Agent G M Adams came up from Brown Jno Browny McPherson Col Louisville Saturday night to spend By bee Mr Tom Ernest Blob Mrs Vennie McOard F A Sunday at home with her mother Bonce W H Miles Mrs Kate Miss Sawyier of Frankfort Ky Colston Mr Bill McCarthy Mr who was for the last two weeks the Cunningham Mrs Patrick H Neal Mr Harvie guest of her sister Mrs Edwin G Neath orton Mr Church John Nicewaner of this city returned this Church N A NN week to her home Every Saturday Cunningham Proctor Mrs Baltimore May 12th Mrs 8 Johnnie Mrs Lily Glass Mr Pilkington has rented the resi Â¬ Green Mr R M Perkins Mrs Emily Roach John dence occupied by the late Mrs Howard James M Ritchie Mrs Francis Jas W Tate and will remove to it on Johnson Mrs Sanders Miss Nel Â¬ Nannie the first of next month Mrs Alfred lie Mrs W J Martin who is in possession now Jones Mr Ben F Sullivan J M King will join her husband in New York Kingston E W Smithy James Â¬ Â¬ Bridgeport Mr R H Wilmot was in Shel byville Monday Miss Morris of Georgetown has been visiting friends and rela- Â¬ tives here Mr Quin Parrent of Kansas City Mo is visiting his brother here That Bridgeport is improving is no joke The residences of Dr O Robinson and Franklin J Morris have been painted and it adds greatly to the appearance of our village Mr R D Armstrong is erect- Â¬ ing an elegant mansion on the site of his former residence The old house has been torn away and the new one is under rapid con- Â¬ struction There will be a Sunday school convention at Graefenberg afternoon Prof Scarce and several other prominent Sunday school workers will address the convention A a Cpacsa X3 A Lantor Harvio 0 Williams M Maj H 0 McDowell and Messrs Linville Miss Wilson J L Leslie Combs 0 0 Reynolds J U Sarah and W R Milward of Lexington When calling for these letters say Ohas Alexander of Woodford county advertised S B Holmes P M Mr May of Bourbon county Mr A Card Tipton of Scott county and other Having leased the property of prominent Republicans of tho I Congressional District were the Capital Brewery Company Seventh have concluded to continue in in the city Wednesday operation only the ice machine Special Judge part of the plant I am prepared to deliver ice to the citizens of Judge Hines of this city has Frankfort in manufactured been appointed by Gov Brown Frankfort and in any quantity despecial judge of the Clay Circuit sired and at the lowest pqssible is a Frank Court in place of the regular price As my machine employing only fort enterprise judge A H Clark who can not Frankfort people I respectfully sit in the case to try the suit of ask a liberal share of the patro- Â¬ James Treadwell v John DWhite nage I will manufacture ice from The special court will convene at pure distilled water Thanking Manchester on June 5th the citizens of Frankiort for their liberal patronage heretofore given FOIl DYSPEPSIA me anc asking a continuance of Indigestion and Ftomncn disorder tako IIHOWNS IKON IMTTKItS same I am respectfully All dealers keen It SI per bottle Genuine lias N I McDaniel trademark and crossed red Hues on wrapper 35 tf Â¬ Â¬ I City i Lewis L 0 ShearoMr J M o 222 OS 1 CQt CU wgSsc o WJ3 -- GO CO x 5B i M w M C3 ea Will tomo Uy Boat The Garfield Club of Louis- Â¬ ville one of the strongest Re- Â¬ publican organizations inthat city will come to this city by steamer to attend the on the 31st inst convention of the Republican League Clubs They will have a band of music and fireworks and expect to have a jolly time on the trip frm r J WATCHES DIAMOND I d r03 H ft O fl CO ce og go B f I-TC3 K I oj a b GO a oq k Vf o ij ft OQ o o CO S ao pit r M Rov A SELBERT Jeweler Frankfort Ky J S Sweeney for Congress Art Exhibition aurt Sale V K- is saici that the delegation of Mr Robert Burns Wilson had Republicans which was in this city on exhibition and public sale at on Wednesday alter consulting the Collins building on Main with local members of the party street this week about seventy five proceeded to Paris and succeeded of the finest productions of his in obtaining the consent of Rev brush in water colors The col- Â¬ S Sweeney of that city to pre- Â¬ lection represented a great variety sent his name as the Republican of subjects embracing landscapes candidate lor Congtess in this di- Â¬ of every conceivable design and strict should Col Breckinridge be effect at sunrise mid day by It J THE ABOVE COT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Which ve mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of I i r re nominated by the Democrats night and moonlight together Elder Sweeney is one of the most with views of mountains the sea popular men in the district and one about whose character noth ing but what is favorable can be said The party whip will scarcely be able to re elect Â¬ STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents andalso certain animals from the sheep to the monarch of the forest the lion which for conception perfection of detail coloring and finish and the reproduction of natures choicest points to the eye of an artist were pre eminently superior to anything from this gifted gentleman which has hitherto been displayed to the public On account of the times prices did not reach the figures which the paintings merited but the bid- Â¬ ding was lively and the sale alto- Â¬ gether regarded an average success Among the many who made pur- Â¬ chase were Mesdames W J Hendridc Geo Berry Wm E Bradley Edward Hensley H S Sam D Hale Wm Lindsay E A Penick and R W Johnson McRery Â¬ LeCompte Apr 14 Gayle Co THE NEW F F V LIMITED South Side 3in Breckinridge J P It over such an opponent but it is to be hoped that for the sake of the good name of the district the Silver Tongued Orator will not ven have the chance to be beaten by the reverend gentleman Tho Franlcfort Gun Club Below is the score of the Frank- Â¬ fort Gun Club at the weekly shoot held Wednesday It will be seen that the members are improving steadily and they are thinking of tackling the Thorn Hill Club for a match shoot Church 27 Shinkle Crutcher Hannen Schneider Mandehlr I 27 28 24 19 17 17 13 16 14 10 23 Heart Disease Curable The truth of tills statement my ba doubted by many bot when Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana upecialist claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cares by his new heart cure it attracts the attention of the millions suffering medal SPEND YOUR OUTING ON TUB GREAT LAKES Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It Mr Phythian Safiell is making Important Change in Schedule will only cost you about 1250 from De Â¬ arrangements to start a laundry troit 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland of the C Pet Train for the round trip including meals and will make a specialty of dowhich berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel- Â¬ Commencing Sunday May 13th ing on the D C floating palaces Tho ing the family wash He proattractions of a to Mackinac region poses to do the best work at the F F V Limited will leave are unsurpassedtrip Thetheisland itself is a Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon grand romantic spot its climate most in Â¬ prices within reach of all and to arriving at Washington at Two new steel passenger 740 a vigorating guarantee the least possible m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ steamers have just been built for tho lake route 300000 each amount of wear and tear and the delphia 1120 a m and New upper arc equippedcosting every modern They with The train will convenience annunciators bath - rooms safe return of all garments en- - York 140 p m consist of Composite Car Elegant etc illuminated throughout by electricity trusted to him and are guaranteed to be the grandest Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ largest and safest steamers on fresh water partment Dining Car Pullman These steamers favorably compare with Prospect Favorable Sleeping Cars of the latest and the great ocean liners in construction and Four most improved design and an speed Detroit trips per week between Toledo Alpena Mackinac St Squire Larry Hannen says that Observation Car Emphasis is Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar Â¬ while early fruit in his neighbor- Â¬ especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ quette and Duluth Dally between Cleve Â¬ Cleve hood at Peaks Mill was killed the tion Car Built by the Pullman land and Detroit Daily between parloraÂ¬ land and Tho cabins prospects now are that there will Company from Chesapeake and and staterooms of these steamers are deÂ¬ signed for the of be ah abundance of late fruit and Ohio plans the F F V Obser humanity undercomplete entertainment pal home conditions tho vation Cars serve their purpose luxury that tobacco and wheat never be- Â¬ better than any others thai have atial equipment the frnvoHnrr ofnnthe ap- mnlrpa nointmfinffl tfiiwt fore looked better at this time of ever been constructed Steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for Address the year As the F F V Limited is th Illustrated descriptive pamphlet D A A Schantz G P TA only train having an Observati n Detroit Mich Family Laundry Os Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ a OBrien P Stubenrauch Webber Callery Gibbons booby medal Stone Co lored Teacliois withshort breath palpitation irreg Â¬ There was a meeting of the colored institute instructors of the Pupil Children State at the Colored Normal School in this city Wednesday and School census of Franklin counThursday They assembled to ty exclusive of the city of Frank consider in accordance with sec- for the school year ending June tion 139 of the School law all the 30th 1895 teachers institute work lequired No more profitable nor safe in Males Females Total for the present school year Presvestment cui be found than stock White 1819 3763 in the Commercial Huilding Assoident John H Jackson was chair- Colored 1944 273 517 ciation 244 man of the meeting which was Total 2217 well attended and regarded as 2063 4280 Awarded Number of common school dis- Â¬ eminently satisfactory and stimuHighest Honors Worlds Fair tricts white 49 colored 8 lative to those present Â¬ Â¬ 1 ular pulse wind m stomach pain in side or shoulder smothering spells o A P Davis fainting dropsy Silver Greek Nebraska by UBlng four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely oured after twelve years suffering from heart disease This wonderful remedy if lold by J W Gayle Books free 5 Persons who sympathize with the Car attached it necessarily folafflicted will rejoice with D E Carr lows that the Chesapeake and of 1235 Harrison street Kansas City He is an old sufferer from inflamma Â¬ Ohio Ry alone has scenery intertory rheumatism but has not hereto- Â¬ esting enough to demand an Obfore been troubled in this climate servation Car The F F V Limited Last winter lie went up into Wiscon is the only train running through sin and in consequence has had another attack It came upon me from Cincinnati to New York that again very acute and severe lie said enables the business men to transMy joints swelled and became in in Cincinnati one day flamed sore to touch or almost to act business It is look at Upon the urgent request of and New York the next my mother in law I tried Chamber Â¬ the only train for Jersey City Coast lains Pain Balm to reduce the swel Â¬ resorts which are reached by the ling and ease the pain and to my agreeable surprise it did both I F F V at dinner time instead of have used three fifty cent bottles and in the evening It is the only believe it to be the finest thing for train that enables business men to rheumatism pains and swellings ex I tanc i or saie Dy rmii uaiuektek transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for South Side druggist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pale Faces show Depleted poor Blood nourishment They bad Ancemla everything are signs of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ileal Estate Transfer i- Guaranteed Cure Â¬ Â¬ DR breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p m New London 530 p m Providence 715 p m and Boston ScgWs Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphltos en- Â¬ riches the blood purines the skin cures Anaemia builds up the system Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived by Substitutes Pnparcd by Scott k Itnwno N Y AM DraggiiU 830 pm The F F V is the It We authorize our advertised drug Annie C Larkin and husband gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis J T Larkin to Joseph Ruff for covery for Consumption Coughs and 625 cash a lot 22 J feet on New Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or street South Side any Lung Throat or Chest trouble direoted this remedy Dr Reynolds has purchased and will usefair trial andasexperience giving it a another lot out of Col J Stod- no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded dard Johnstons block on the We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr Kings New Dis South Side covery could be relied on It nevef disappoints Trial bottles free at Birth Â¬ Â¬ only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Ca- Oarpektbrb Drug Store 2 f 100 Gaines To the wife of Mr Ed Gaines on Monday afternoon a For Sale or Rent My dwelling house on Ann street son William H tf J T BUCKLEY Phil Largo size 50c and and Atlantic Shorthand mid Penmanship Wo above Express also an Electric Lighted peciallyrecently prepared books on tne Sent ones GO adapted to Home Study days Hundreds benttlted hun Vestibuled train willjleave Cincin- Â¬ dredstrial dollars by have beenour publications ordering of nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Why not youv Should you lateT decide to enter our college ington 240 p m and Old Point you would receive credit for the amount paid teaching Four weeks by our Connection keeping Is equal tomethod of by tho old book Â¬ Comfort 600 p m plan lJ weeks Positions iUaiuntkku under certain conditions is made at Washington with the Send for our Free Illustrated 80 page catalogue your wants Boston Express or the Limited and state Draughons Address J FDiuconox Practical Business College President reaching New York rbout 900 and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nash COO Students tho Ten pm At Norfolk connection is ville year NoEleven Teachers anytime Ciikai past vacation Enter MOST PERFECT MADE liOAltl made with the Old Dominion N D We pny 5 cash for vacancies as book A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free reaching New keepers stenographers teachers etc reported to Steamship Line from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Mention this paper us provided we till same York 300 p m the next day when you write 40 YEARS THE STANDARD BOOK KEEPING w CREAM The Washington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BAKING PWMR Â¬ 11 Â¬ P M1 I fl Wedding Presents 1 irthday Presents m sm z z vfy k st tuorcaoiLiuoij aauoiiu l e0 repair department as I dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected W L COPPERSMITHS 1 The best nnd individunl attention given to my t fcM ttwt j j exercises df the public schools As formerly the exerEntered nt the post ofllce at FrnnkfortKentucky eliiss mailable matter cises will be held at the Opera nssecond House the date for the genejral GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub school being June 13th that for the FRANKFORT MAY 19 1894 graduating class the 14th and that for the colored school the 15th C P Breckinridge W Ex Attorney General Hardin will Will speak at the court house deliver the diplomas and Ex Chief FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ment ST JOHNS DAY Â¬ Extensive Preparations for Great Masonic Celebration at Louisville ville have arranged a IH K M ON RO E PATENT Stoneware 3 r a H The Masonic Bodies of Louisfor an entei Â¬ tainment at the Auditorium June 25 for the benefit of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home LINED AND 1 Frankfort at June 4 in 2 oclock 1 pm 1 Frankfort in Paragraphs Squire Pat McDonald has made a suggestion in regard to the meeting of the Press Association in this city which is worthy of adoption and prompt action by the Committee on Arrangements He says that in order that each member miy know something about the city which he is visiting and may have the information in a neat compact form about his person for ready reference or use by paragraphs in his letters to his home paper there should be pre- Â¬ pared in the most condensed form possible say not more than two columns of a newspaper in all a brief history of facts and figures of all points of interest public and commercial to which it may be deemed important to have the attention of the visitors called It should be divided into para- Â¬ graphs under sub heads for in- Â¬ stance History City Government Public Buildings Public Improv ments Cemetery Banks Whisky Lumber Kentucky River Rail roads Local Baj Poetry and Lit- Â¬ erature Places of Historic Interest Churches Schools Social Features and Frankforts Future Distribute the work by paragraphs to such leading citizens as may be most conversant with the requirements and in less than two days it will be ready for printing and become a valuable reference record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Justice Holt the address spectacle Americus will be given The graduates number thirteen One Thousand Dollars in gold this year one young gentleman will be distributed among those and twelve young ladies and as the same number were graduated last year with pronounced success in the results of the year the school may be said to have a record breaking n Club similar to the organization of that name in JNew York City the list corn- comprises the following pupils viz Mr J H Gray and Mibses Louise Prue Hunt Brawner Daniel Naomi Graham Mattie Lizzie Daisy Gum Graham Hughes Annie Hall Genevieve Haly Maggie Smith OraScottow Emma Payne and Maggie Meade Woodson holders of tickets who guess near- Â¬ est to the temperature between June 24 and July 4 both inclusive The largest present is 300 and the smallest 10 The tickets co t fifty cents each Full descriptive circulars will be sent on applica tion to the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home Louisville Ky The grand scenic and pyrotechnic IiOUISYIIiIiE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER A DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Ifiwl illII II St IWlilMlillH Wm wmmSSli wm wlHHHJ mmBm FOR WSWSi ill He HlsaKa i LI Charcoal Filled shooting and wounding of Joseph Trash dark or damaged tobacco Green last Thursday night a Common Oolory trash week ago while a raid on a moon shirie still in that county was being made by the Deputy United States Marshal and his party It is said the wounds of Green are serious and that it is possible he may die The friends of Mr Blackburn in this city hope that he may be able to prove himself guiltless of a too hasty use of his gun in the capture of the young man Medium Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2357 hhds with receipts for tho same period of 1939 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 72820 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to this date amount to 73389 hhds Prices for all erades of burlev to bacco have been very satisfactory to sellers the past week 2350 was Sum Blackburu Indicted realized for one hhd being the high Â¬ est price of tho season for the 1893 The grand jury at Hodgenville crop Parties holding prized tobacco that has not been redried Larue county has formed an in- it as much of it is openingshould sell up funked The fairly dictment against Deputy U S resent following quotations burley rep- Â¬Â¬ toour market for Marshal Sam Blackburn for the bacco 1893 crop Â¬ Refrigerators SALE BY i vl YOU WANT TO O ET w M H I3ST OIT 31 v4 Common lugs not colory 4 50 Common Colory lugs 6 50 Medium to good colory Common to medium leaf S 50 Medium to good leaf 12 00 Good to fine leaf 16 00 trash to good colory 2 50jt 4 00a 5 00 3 50 4 50 7 50 5 50 7 50 THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockets Easy Chairs Sofas is unbroken the assortment i lugs 7 50 Select or wrappery 18 OOfa 10 00 12 0C 16 00 18 00 23 50 A True Friend friend in need is a friend in- Â¬ Every family should be pre pared to treat scalds barns bruises wounds cuts c by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinment handy No other remedy gives such quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lips and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 50c at P H Carpenters drug store c A RRDUGEiD PRIGE8 R ROGERS greatly deed Â¬ Mans Inhumanity to Himself The most Inhuman outrages outrages which would disgrace the savage man perpetrates upon his own system by swallowing drastic convulse his stomach purgatives which agonize his Intestines and weaken his system Muny people constantly do this under the Im pression that medicaments only which are violent in their action and particularly ca- Â¬ Irreparable Injury thartics are of any avail to health Is wrought under this mistaken Â¬ lda Tho laxuthe which most ofnearly apIs proaches the beneficent action uatuie llostetters Stomach Bitters which Is painless but thorough and imlgorates tlii Intestinal canal Instead of weakening and Irritating It The liver and btomaoh suard In tho benign comprehensive ll clplliie Instituted by this medicine whose healthful Inlluenco Is felt throughout the sjstem Malarious rheumatic kid- iieyimdnrnous complaints succumb to it Â¬ Â¬ SON Clean Repair and Paint would be a good idea for the local authorities to bok after sidewalks the cleaning and repairing of the streets and crossings before the coming of the Republican League Clubs on the 31st inst and the State Press Association on June 6th In the very center of the city the crossing at St Clair and Main streets as well as others Died in Texas in other parts of the city needs at- Â¬ tention at once The painting of Col J C Bailey U S Medithe ffront of the store rooms cal Inspector for Texas and who on the west side of St Clair street married Miss Eliza Brown former isan example in the improved ap jly of this city died suddenly on a pearance of that street which many train between El Paso and San other property owners could fol- - Antonio on Tuesday night of low with profit and credit to the heart failure Mrs Mary Y whole city Cleanup the place Scott and Mrs Margaretta Bar thoroughly repair the sidewalks rett sisters of Mrs Bailey were and crossings where necessary and telegraphed for and left here on use paint more freely on the the C 0 Wednesday night for houses and strangers visiting here San Antonio where Col Bailey will return to their homes filled resided with delightful impressions of the Cure for Headache beauty of the city and the character of the people for emulation in Ah a remedy for all forms of Head Â¬ cleanliness and public and private ache Electric Bitters has proved to oe tno very uest ic eilocts a porma improvement nent cure and tho most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its Wo urgo all who are influence Commencement J3ereIhOs afllicted to procure a bottle and give tins remedy a hur trial in cases of Superintendent Mc Henry habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by tho needed tone to Rhoads and the School Board have tho bowels givingfew cases long resist and about comnleteri their nrrtnnr the use of this medicine Try it once Large bottles only 50 cents at P H ments for the annual commence- - Oaupenteks drug store 2 Â¬ Â¬ j It - They Want Names The Russell Art Publishing Co of 928 Arch street Philadelphia desire the names and addresses of a few people in every town who are interested in works of art and to secure them they offer to send free Cupid Guides the Boat a siyoerbly executed water colored picture size 10 x 13 inches suit- Â¬ able for framing and sixteen other pictures about the same size in colons to any one sending them at once the names and ad- Â¬ dresses of ten persons admirers of fine pictures together with six two cent stamps to cover expense of mailing etc The r gular price of these pictures is Si 00 but they can all be secured free by any per- Â¬ son forwarding the names and stamps PROMPTLY Note The editor of this paper has already received copies of above pictures and considers them really Gems of Art KENTUCKY TOBACCO Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order G L HHNNEN 109 1 -- j liuclclcns Arnica Salve Tho best salvo in tho world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Soros Totter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively oures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satislaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Â¬ WHAT DOES IT MEAN Itmeana that tho Queen and Crescent Route If 11 mllei thorteit letwem Cincinnati and Jexlntui iSiullc shortest Cincinnati to Jlir lnlnuhami 9 intUaihortcit Cincinnati to New Irkani lo inllea iliortmt Cincinnati to Cliuttauoogu Atlanta or Juckgouvillt IlorlJa 3 SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS lettrccn all of the udoto points Throngli Cars to Vlckitnr and Mirev jort Unlr linu running through tar Cincinnati to knoxTlllo and AiheTllIc X O i Direct lino to Texas and Mexico via New Orleani or via Hhrevejiort Ak agents about tours to California 1rom Lnuiirllle hhelhyTillo and Lawrencttiura direct connection la made at itxlsgtga with vcstlbulid trains to all loluts boutfi W O Vl Phil Carpenter 8 ly I I dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman For Sale or Rent My resi- Oinl Â¬ luur Agent JtlNKAKSOV CluclnnaU O jj QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Vk ESS w ranarcannrwrirtfianianinrwrnnanincirifi CaUUlJairJUUeJEyiiaUaUUtJCUtyEaWJUUL MM3 TTVTra In na ran We make all kinds of n n nrrrrrnrrrinrrrrrirrsrnsr UJ u JULJUJLJliJVilkJLJLJULJlkJtJLJkJUJkJLJUJkJkJklJLJkJk ra Hri We make all Hand lkJUJLiJkJkJkJUJ na uu made gg tu 139 TIEIClESi T 1 HDBHESSamf SflDDLEQYI na1 ua LJijtauaLJUBEairaEauaEUkaiiuiaaiaatfairjua ea p ca BU ITJ Ea GU Of all hinds of Yehicles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern appliances for doing the worK m first class manner bend in your worK Terms very reasonable raa na Ea na eh na ua na ea ma na a ea en ea rca ea na ca raa na ea ca CJ na ea en Wa THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRICES BUGGY HARNESS WORKS na ea ma BUY OF US 13a EarjaBnranarsaraciaEar3aracaRarcariar3arara na na na naranrsmrarnnannrnananananananananaB3 na ma if t Ea na ca Ea na na cu STOEE OPPOSITE COUBTHOUSE eu na KB na ea Ea AND EXTRAS FOR SAME na ca THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS Ba UU 12a naRanananannnanananarianananananananannrananananananananarararana r uafiaEiJEaEauyEJEUcaeaeuEaeaeaeaeaEaEaeaEaeyeaejEaEaeaeuE eaEauuayBaeaeaeaeaEUBaeatJUBaBaeaeaBaEaBaBaEaEaEaeeaaEauaEaeaEa u raranarnraranaranananannnanananananaranarananarariananananarananana FACTOBY HEAD OF BEOADWAY Da na IMPLEMENTS Binders Rakes ea na eg Ea na na up Ca BWSlQPJCCTi3fiS113 Jl J UelT3 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 10 1814 FlUNKFOKT AH Schwartz rf Llmlsey lb Muthews 2b Brown c li In 0 0 2 1 sii 0 ro 11 1 4 4 4 1 DR a W I ICELLEY Base Hall The second game of the season was played at Thorn Hill Park Wednesday afternoon between tlie home club and the Olympics of Nearly all of the Louisville visitors have been seen here before and all the regular attendants at the games knew beforehand that our boys would have a hard row to hoe so the defeat after so good a game was exasperating only be- Â¬ cause of the stupid base running and hard luck which caused its loss Both Maloney and Stultz pitched fine games but the former was unlucky in allowing three hits to be bunched in one inning while with men on bases the horn boys were sure to knock the ball directly at Decidedly the most some fielder hitting was dons by the latter team but they could not place vthe ball safe Ail of the Frankforts three errors were productive to the visi- Â¬ tors while of their six but one reIn addition to sulted in a score this two Capital City lads were thrown out at the plate when they should not have attempted to score The visitors came first to bat and Vernon knocked an easy one to Maloney which the little pitcher stopped but in his anxiety to get the ball to first fired it over Lind seys head and Vernon took second the ground rule allowing only one base when the ball Capt went out of fair ground Shelley then lined out a pretty two bagger and the first run crossed the rubber Two more runs were made in Glazie the fourth bothearned led off with the big first baseman a two base hit after two strikes had been called on him and came home on Steeles hit the latter stealing second on the throw in whence he scored a moment later Their last run on Stultzs hit was made in the seventh when Miller was hit by a pitched hall stole second and third in succession and came home on Wintersmiths low throw to first of Shelleys grounder with two out The home boys solitary run After was made in the sixth Mathews had gone out to Steele Brown sent another fly to the same player which he got under but Lew went to second on muffed Schwartzs sacrifice and to third on Merchants hit and came home when Shelley allowed the ball to pass him The following is the official score Â¬ Â¬ Hale cl VanDcrveer If Wlntersmlth ss Maloney p Mercnant3b 0 4 3 4 4 3 31 1 C l l l o o 3 24 o Gas for Cooking Purposes OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Totals Olympic Vernon cf Shelly ir Uavlc c PHOENIX HOTEL 11 A ab 4 4 lu niazebrook lb Steele ss Stultz p Boone 3b 3 4 4 4 3 sir 00 0 1 ro 3 IN IN LEXINGTON KT 2 4 rniuip32b Mllllerrf Totals Innings Frankfort Olympic 3 31 0 0 l 0 0 0 0 n o 2 0 2 5 3 1 J Saturday May 26 1894 Saturday Juno 9 1894 0 1 o o o 1 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation und with little or no pain 0 27 4 0 17 12345C78 OOOOOlOnO 9 T 1 10020010 x 4 Scott Frankfort Kr J Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky A REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky 4 - IMMK5KH v V Mathews Base on Balls Off Maloney 1 Hit by Pitcher Hale Miller Boone Struck Out By Maloney 8 by Stultz 4 Stolen Bases Steele Stultz Boone Miller 2 Merchant 2 VanDerveer Double Play -- Phillips to Glazebrook to Boone Earned Runs Olympic 2 Two Base Iltts Shelley Glazebrook Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky II McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes Frunkfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M WIthrow Frankfort Ky A V Berberlch Frankfort K DR KKLLEYS nftlcennrt residence is at 269 West EUiith aUictotiicUtitill nowhere he n aj be found every day or each week except SATUR Â¬ Time 2 hours Umpire Rice Scorer Lewis NOTES DAYS campl lets describing ttiee dlseast s und the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone V I KKLLEYMD by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE 4 Davis and Phillips those old Frankfort players were very much Tu THF ESTATE ALL PERSONS INDEBTED Hereby notllledto S L Thouiussou are in evidence come forvard und settle with me immediately and all persons having claims adlusr the esi n Lew Brown caught a splendid will present them to me iroperi paven before B T OM the ilrst day or June AdmrS L Tlom sson game and is a great favorite with April 7 2m the ladies Light Co de Â¬ The Capital Gas and Mathews the new man did not siring to have an exhibition of have much to do at second but of its gas as a fuel for cooking stoves offers he hit the ball hard He is in the gas as fuel for cooking ladies using game all the time and his coaching for cakes the following competative was a feature gas as fuel viz baked upon a gas stove using Judging by the improvement For the best White Cake the sum of the first and second between For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of lL5 games the Capital City lads will For the 3d best White Cake the sum of S320 be able to win their next game The contest to be had which will be played to day with NOfiCh -- NOTICE Electric their the the superiority to premiums its 20 SI ft cut off several base hits between them though the former missed several easy chances Maloney is becoming a favorite Except with the home people for his error in the first inning his work could scarcely be improved - Kentucky University Steele and Phillips be awarded on and the premiumsito -5 - X8 WEDNESDAY JULY by a committee of disinterested ladies after a a plan to be by such committe prescribed in Â¬ 1 Rent Z tf on Lew Brown will probably play The in a majority of the games No local dealer can compete with us management will be lucky to get in variety or price uurncw designs and coloring are him as money is no inducement handsomer than ever before He to the handsome catcher will catch for K U to day how- - We can save you CO per cent on every roll nf nntwr vnn hnv ever nostnee on large pack-cents 3P suring absolute fairness in the contest E C HATHAWAYj Superintendent Wall ni THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE Paper CO Grasp tlio Opportunity druggist P H Gaupbntek cordially invites you to try a 25c bottle of Dr HaleH House Â¬ hold Cough Oure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and luntrs lessons the desiro Our enterprising toinav Send 10 nge of samples Match borders and celliugs The HEGAN WALL PAPER iDoorportted DeclG ly SAP OLIO McKEE HARDIE OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Now is the time to plant We have a new and complete stock of 348 Foorth Ave LOUISVILLE KY in iin w O-surd-- ez to cough und heals mucous mom brane If consumption it will cure you Pleasant to take The children o like it H G-- MATTBEIT BALLS THE- - Fou RiiNT Cottage of 6 rooms best location best neighb rhood Splendid in South Frankfort Will rent furnished or garden unfurnished on reasonable terms to good tenant Apply at this office 39 tf m Seed usa call C L GAYLE 334 MAIN STRKhT LANDRETH On hand and will askjyou to give Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure drape Cream ol Tartar Powder FRANKFORT K W MoKEE rlaii 2Mi HARDIE w L - BROTHERS MASTIN Wo have secured the agency and will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ f ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H H Bab cook IT A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery V i Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and blowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc fc4 ooimiie sz jezzjmlxiztje stock MASTIN BROTHER S RELIGIOUS Baptist 6hurch Rev W 0 Tay has returned from Texas where he has been attending the Southern Baptist Convention and will occupy his pnlpit to morrow morning at 11 and in the evening nt 730 as The Grand Commandcry The Grand Commandery K T of Kentucky was in session at Paducah Wednesday and Thurs day and avery enjoyable time was had by all those who attended Jas D Lewis of Bowling Green was elected Grand Commander and the editor of the Roundabout was started on the list of Grand Officers by being chosen Grand Captain of the Guard The old man promised to get home yester day morning but at the time of our going to press he had not put in his appearance It is supposed in the office that he has gone broke settin em up and we are expecting to get a telegram from him calling for 550 or more at any moment Howsomever he may expect to have to get out his box of cigars on his return The next encampment will be held al Bowling Green Â¬ lorpastor usual Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 am Catholic Church Rev Father E J Donley will conduct the ser vices at Church of the Good Shep herd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Â¬ Â¬ N L B MARSHALL W A GAINES people tripped the light fantastic until midnight When the first car left the park after the dance and as it was com- Â¬ ing down the hill at full speed it ran over a lot of stones which some miscreant had placed on the track and all the passengers were Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit Real estate bought sold or leased For- Â¬ share of the insurance patronage given a severe shaking up A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times tunately the car did not leave the track or the damage would have OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET been much greater even if no one was killed There is no clue to Life Insurance bought and sold the perpetrator L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags and 730 Morn Â¬ ing subject The Christians Hin Â¬ Night subject The Non drances Christians Hindrances Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 11 Darsie preaches at Christian Church Rev George Will be Buried Here FOR SALE valuable property and loans negotiated TWO Is very STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF GROOMS Lewis street with lot 53 by 10G feet Tlils Episcopal Church The usual services to morrow will be conducted by Rev R L McOready the rector Preaching at 11 and 730 occupy his pulpit to morrow at First Presbyterian Church Kev J McOlusky Blayuey D D will 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture loom at 645 p m You are invited The Third Qnarterly Meeting for this conference year will be held to morrow Rev J Rand of Lexington will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epwojth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Church Clay Lilly as pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church will be held to- Â¬ morrow at 11 am Rev Wm Irvine D D of Anchorage Rev Jos Rennie of Iiouisville and Rev J O Sullivan of Christiansburg will be present to conduct these services which all are invited to attend Night services at 730 Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church The Installation Services of Rev D Mrs Margaretta Barret who being in poor health did not ac FRAME RESIDENCE OF TWO STORY Cross street near Conwav SEVN on This company her sister Mrs Mary Y Is very desirable property and will be rented at a moderate price Scott to Texas as is stated in the OF TnE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock goods account of Col J C Baileys death trade of This Isnnd a well established a profttublo a line opportunity for man with FOR SALE tele- Â¬ capital in another column received a gram from Mrs Bailey 3esterday FRAME A TWO STORY DOUBLEConway RESIDENCE Â¬ PO N3 on Cross street near Thib proper afternoon saying that she would ty has a very good lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ leave San Antonio on that day T AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE hood and will be sold at a low figure tomato plants X grade of early cabbage with the remains of Col Bailey Sweet potato popper celery and other plants In and season Plants are on sale by Ellvranger Bros and wouid bring them here for in- James Ileener and J M Banta Next Thursday Week She will probably arterment FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 FROM rive in this city Monday and the A Frankfort on a good turnpikeMILES with a road The State League of Republican arrangements for the burial will residence of d rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ Clubs will meet in this city and then be made known to the friends sary improvements AH of the Improvements STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM TWO acres of land In Bridgeport This including the fencing on this property ore new the Garfield Club is actively at of the family Is good property and Is offered nt a bargain and In tlrst class condition This furm has a quantity of Hue tobacco land and would also mako work making arrangements for the a first class stock farm It also ling a young peach orchard of u thousand trees besides other entertainment of the visitors Improvements at the Laundry fruit Circulars and invitations have been Mr I N Willfams of Lexing- Â¬ 210 Lo sent to all the clubs in the State ton was here the first of the week A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY goodÂ¬ cated 8 miles Frankfort on u turnpike road upon which tnere Is a brick residuring the past week and it is to arrange for the building of a dence of D rooms a tenement of four rooms and This land Is HOLMES expected by the Committees that new brick room for the boiler and another necessary Improvements Improvements RESIDENCE uF 7 ROOMS ON by 150 In a high state of cultivation the G7 feet are In Hue condition and In order to make a and is well locatedproperty has u lot each of them will be fully repre- Â¬ engine at his laundry on Washing- Â¬ quick sale will be olfered at u bargain sented A rate of one fare for ton street As soon as the work round trip has been secured is completed business at the laun- Â¬ the FOR RENT from all the railroads in the State dry will be resumed GO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES A FARM OF necessary Improvements two and other FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOM8 ON The Republicans are unusually ac- Â¬ miles from Frankfort This property Is all In A Conwaystreet South Side This property is In grass and would make an excellent Dairy or good repair and weure authorized to rent it at tive in their organization this year 15 per month Garden farm and it is hoped in the interest of good government that the Grand Old Commonwealth may scon become a sufficiently doubtful State to cause eachparty to put up its L H FINNELL R OUOATE EEM0VES best men for office Formerly of Wakefield Choate FORSALE FOR RENT Â¬ Â¬ FORSALE FORSALE Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE B Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ L MARSHALL AND CUBES CO K PA The Courier Journals report on The Kentucky Pharmaceutical Wednesday of the Baptist Conven Â¬ tion at Dallas Texas says that Rev Association was in session at Paris W O Taylor of this city made a on Wednesday and Thursday and fine report on the Oregon matter a very pleasant and profitable m meeting was held Messrs W H Mr Hardins Chances Avenll and J W Gayle were Mr D C Hardin of this city present from this city Mr Gayle the present clerk of the Railroad was unanimously re elected Secre- Â¬ Commissioners who has retained tary The other officers elected his citizenship in his old home at were C J Clarke of Paris Presi- Â¬ Bardstown is a candidate in Neldent and Chas G Morris of son county for the office of Coun- Louisville Treasurer the latter Mr Hardin was for-Â¬ ty Clerk being re elected The next annual merly Circuit Clerk of his county meeting will be held either at for years and is thoroughly con- Mammoth Cave or Grayson versant with the duties of the Springs His position to which he aspires opponents are W J Dalmayzo J hmco at Thorn Hill and F Boone the present clerk A dance was given at Thorn Rapier of the New Haven precinct and knowing politicians in Hill Park on Wednesday night Nelson say that Mr Hardin will which was well attended and a most likely secure the nomination very enjoyable affair The music of his party at the primary to take was furnished by the Capital City Orchestra and the young place there to day Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m feb 10 ly DANDRUFF 1 PLA3OTG MILL AND OKTE 1 substitute Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stbmach prompt in its action and 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 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who 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¬ ENJOYS M ECZEMA HOGSHEAD FACTORY Cleans the Scalp and Restores the OL1 THADE MARX Congleton Bros I am prepared to PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVINGtobacco hogshead factory of Messrs furnish DOORS SHINGLES SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS OP Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by all Druggists Price 25c as well as tobneco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Office on riverfront A share of public patronage is solicited Finish For Sept 2 House rai CHOATE ly FINNELL Â¬ Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Orchard - Lawn iimt Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8AN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE M NEW Y6RK NY J Aot on a new principle regulating GARDEN the liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily oure billouBnesa FULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL asparagus grape fruits bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- shrubs and every vines usually foundsmallnursery thing In Splendid for men women and establishment We sell direct to thea planter tion ohildren Smallest mildest surest and havo no agents Catalogues on application 11 F HILLENMKYER 60 doses for 25 oents Samples free at Lexington Ky W GayleBPrankfortKy 45 ly MarlO Sm s wtom mmmfW 7VWV1 W r 7 V7B l lu -- LJUVI JL Willie tliesr can gret tlxe benefit of otir Xjo w Prices m What they need in our line Note a few of the items below X JZU HjX j TO CALL AND PURCHASE General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Iiieut KIrbys Work Lieut Kirby of the United States army who was detailed here by the War Department for the purpose of making an inspection of the State militia went to Louisville Thursday to inspect He will the Louisville Legion remain there about a week in the performance of that duty and proceed to Belleville III for his wife who is visiting her father Major Adam a retired officer of the 6th Cavalry The couple will re- Â¬ turn here about June 1st and take rooms at Mrs Samuel Steeles Lieut Kirby is a cultured gentle- Â¬ man a native of North Carolina who according to the rules of the army may remain on duty here if agreeable to him for the term of two years or by request of the Governor extended to three years during which time it is hoped he will be pleased with his sojourn in this city and with the success of his work among the military companies in the State oa i GE Matrimonial is 8L IVL A COLLJNS Opposite the Farmers Bank I L SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway N TIME TABLE A Â¬ Deaths Brady Miss Ida Belle Brady Â¬ died at the home of her par- Â¬ ents on Clinton street on Friday night of last week after an illness of several weeks with typhoid fevr Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon Young Mr Jack Young died Saturday at his home in the Bald Knob precinct His funeral took place Monday Owens Mr Wm Owens died at his home near Peaks Mill on Sunday and the funeral took place Monday appear-Â¬ ances and rumors the June roses will not have been withered before the ceremonies have been solemnized which allow the transplanta- Â¬ tion to other climes of four or five of Frankforts most popular and beautiful young ladies One it is said will go to the extreme western part of the State one to the central part one if not two to the pride of the Bluegrass section and the other to an eastern State Though the retaliatory docirine may not meet with the approval of those most concerned who probably have the best of reasons for taking their chances witn tne nome gins it is nevertheless suggested that to make good the loss that will shortly be- Â¬ fall society here the young men of the city put into practice the old saying that a fair exchange is no robbery and make reprisals on the most favored of society in other places As a matter of self protection it is sometimes necessary to assume the aggressive and check further depredations by a vigorous and surprising assault on the enemy within the lines of in Â¬ If there anything 20 RK GIVEN AWAY -- MAM PMPM No17 No19 No21 No23 i Ynrnallton 8 45 9 U1 Z33T Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad Plcasuireville Anchorage Ar Louisville Eminence Lagrange PeweeVaIey 1219 A 1023 1038 1044 1115 1135 1144 917 923 950 550 617 634 641 707 733 715 812 M 155 212 221 235 300 338 349 357 425 448 456 620 P 636 650 657 7 00 751 806 813 615 85 9 03 935 M 838 3vra VTJ MXLURE Hat and Book SON Dealers NORTH No Lv Louisville Anchorage Pen ee Valley JI P 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 Mp 620 654 733 758 8 06 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Boot Shoe Lagrange Eminence Pleaaurevllle Bagdad Frankfort Spring Station Midway ITA3s3s02Sx to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOLLARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash All to be grown from our seed We have a large and complete stock of Yarnallton Ar Lexington No 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 410 433 448 515 542 550 605 635 75 10 05 825 855 920 929 946 330 402 410 428 450 45G 509 535 559 605 621 640 WE INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a package of McCLURES FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and Â¬ Christiauflburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 conneot at Anohorage for Bloomfiold Branch 2t will stop at Anchoraere and Chesapeake NEW YORE TON BOSTON Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ PHILADELPHIA For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times and all Eastern Ciiei E R A White HI J McCLTJBE Wm SO IT Gaertner T Ransdell Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST BOUND 1892 his own intrenchment Edwards Ledridge The Lve Lexington 22 dally 715 am Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 615pm MtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex Sun530p m Atlanta Express No nup- Â¬ WK3T BOUND llolmcs Dr Sam B Baird pur- Â¬ Holmes chased the interest of his late partner in the firm of Holmes Halloran the first of the wedc dhd on Thursday resold it to Mr Foster Baird who has had charge of the business for several months The new firm will continue the successful business at Jhe same stand on the corner of Main and St Clair Strawberry Supper tials of Miss Anna P the hand- Â¬ some daughter of Mr and Mrs James Ledridge and granddaugh- Â¬ ter of the late Col Wm A and Miranda Gorham and Mr Wil- Â¬ liam H Edwards of Cincinnati Ohio were quietly performed at the family residence in this city on Wednesday at 3 p m by Rev D C Lilly of the Southern Presby- Â¬ terian Church in the presence of a few immediate friends and rela- Â¬ tives After the ceremony con- Â¬ gratulations were showered on the happy pair and they left on the 420 train over the Midland for their future home in Cincinnati where Mr Edwards is connected with the Warner Buggy Co The bridal costume was a beautiful lilacisilk with cream lace and cor- Â¬ sage boquet of Mareschal Niel roses The bride has many friends throughout the State who wish her much happiness in her new home Lexington Accom No Louisville Express No 27 dally 21 fl Green without change No Bus transfers CREOj RIVER TO Wc 0 WAREHOUSf dally 12 45 PM Lexington Accom No 25dallyexSun4 15 p m Vestlbuled Exprw No 23 dally 615 pm Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York-W BARNEY D Arr Lexington ex Sun 8 00 am HW FULLER GenI Pass Agt P Washington DC Lexington Ky CBHYAN Asst Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati A Kentucky Midland Ry Hiver Tobacco CD -- Warehouse Praps LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Drovers Shelbyville Jan 20 tf BEST IN OUALI Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT WHITE RANSDELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Faris Fal Â¬ Car GREEN RIVER HOUSE Maysville Cyntaiana mouth and Covington VIA KY Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made btorage free 01 Charge Frankfort Farmers BVe refer shippers to Deposit Bank National Louisville and Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens ASK FOR TICKETS MIDLAND THA1NS HUN BY CENTRAL STANOAHD TIME YP SC E Convention JOST IN QUANTITY TIME TABLE APR I 1894 I A M 1 4 seven to ten 24th Perry All kinds of cakes and oclock Wood Lewis Mr Huston D Supper 25 ices will be served Wood of this county and Miss cents Eugenia Lewis daughter of Rev Dr Halos Ilousojiold Ointment Dr James M Lewis formerly of this city were married Wednesday Is tho finest remedy in the world at the home of the brides parents It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Oures in Neuralgia and Rheumatism Greenville Mississippi the Piles like magic Oures Salt Rbeum in tho most soothing manner Cures father of the bride performing the Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids ceremony The happy young Can be Oures Ooughs and Oolds taken internally A positiyo spociuc couple will make their future for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns home near Woodlake this county Chilblains Sores of long standing Oorns and Bunions are cured quickly different from nil else superior to all For Sale A combination hay else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes rake and stacker Apply to Wm Large size cheapest Sold at P H Cromwell 8 Carpenters drug store 37 tf May tJiS The Earnest Workers Society Smith Perry A license of the Baptist Church will give a issued by County Clerk Smith on attend strawberry supper in the chapel of Saturday for the marriage of A special car carries the delegates that church on Thursday evening Quincy Lee Smith to Miss Carrie from Lexington to Louisville and from egates are expected Dr S P Scott Blue Ridge Harri Â¬ son county Mo says For whooping cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy By using it freely the is excellent disease is deprivod of all dnngerouB consequonces There is no danger in giving tho Remedy to babies ns it contains nothing injurious 25 and 50 eent bottles for sale by P H Oah pentek South Sido druggist Endeavor Society holds its fifth annual convention at Hopkinsville beginning next Friday and continuing over Saturday A number of delegates from was our three Frankfort Societies will The State WORMS TRAINS BAST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit A No PM No 8 420 4 26 4 82 4 40 4 51 No 7 Â¬ vermifuge 20 Has lad all WORM Dnmaillna WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS lv switzer Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar liY UUV1U1 Lv Elkhorn Stamping Ground Johnson B Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevllle 711 718 723 734 740 746 755 08 700 716 a special train from Louisville to More than 500 del Â¬ Hopkinsville EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD BY AUE DRUGGISTS Prrpaml bj ntnuunsos hkuuinh co bt locis May ta ly Elizabeth Paris 0 816 820 a30 U05 458 504 612 520 631 5b9 643 33S 108 110 126 140 200 210 220 235 300 320 346 40Q 5t6 605 TRAINS WEST Lv P BUCK EYE 111111 TABLERSDII OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A 8URE I ArStnnipIngGround ArPnminlt Ar Frankfort A B C Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Centervllle Newtown OB Depot Georgetown Duvnll Purls Elizabeth c IA MIPMIAMIPM No 2 No 4 No8 INo13 916 920 928 940 615 610 641 651 713 6i7 747 800 810 8S0 440 455 506 681 Johnson B 1037 1147 1163 i 11 00 646 650 6 57 7 03 Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn A 1117 1123 1130 N C C liio 720 786 726 aco 906 915 925 connects with L connects with Q connects with K and L S Cook Wanted Mr Grant Green of the Farm Â¬ ers Bank wishes to hire a good and reliable cook BEST REMEDY for PILES BY AM DKUGOI8TS PnpMidbrBICHABDSOlT SOLD 1 known for and CERTAIN IB vnura na hn MED CO CURE SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort OOOu m Arr Georgetown 1000 a in Lve Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort 1130 n in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec ST I0UI3 Muy 12 y tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all polntrf north south oast and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL 0 D BERCAW Gen Pass Agt City Ticket Agent GEOB HARPER Gen Supt mMm fiSI 4 7- - Forks of Elkliorn Regular service at Buck Run to monow at the usual hours Prof J J Rucker of Georgetown College will deliver a lecture in the Buck Run Church this even Â¬ ing beginning promptly at 730 Free for all Subject Educa Â¬ tion Featherston was in Lexington the first of the week Miss Hannah Newman has returned home from a visit to friends M Mr F Â¬ and relatives in Louisville A quartette of young men from Georgetown College will render some delightful music at Buck Run Church this evening before and after the lecture of Prof Rucker ville B H Warren of Louisspent several days in our midst last week Mr T H Hinde of Chicago Mr Â¬ lias been in our town and vicinity several days recenUy The circus last Saturday failed to catch as many of our people as is usual on such occasions Fishing has been rather better than usual especially in Silver Lake some fine ones have been caught Mr Huston Wood of Woodlake recently caught one that weighed 10 pounds Revs j H Burdin and E S Alderman have returned from Dallas Texas where they were attending the Southern Baptist Convention recently in session in that city They report a pleasant as well as a profitable time Miss Myrtle Goddard who has been very sick during the past two months we are glad to announce is convalescing Dr Keightly and wife have returned from a visit to friends in Owen county Miss Mary Holton who has been very ill during the past few months has about recovered her usual health Mr C Q Parrent and son John Sam of Missouri are visit- Â¬ ing friends and relatives in this Â¬ Â¬ A Breckinridge friend says we are inconsistent that we vote for men as bad as Breckinridge but we won t vote for Bilie Wonder if any one would like to tell one of the men he named that he is no better than Breckinridge We wouldnt like to tell him so Well it is the same old defense All men are scoundrels and all scoundrels should go for Billic This is logic with a vim Our plaje boasts of a full fledged afternoon Sunday school and it is to be hoped the little heathens hereabouts will put away their matbles and fishing rods for half of every Sunday at least Judging from the number of attendants from this section we have come to the conclusion that trade is never dull when the cir cus is in town Notwithstanding the nomina tion of Breckinridge would give to the Republicans a fair chance to elect a Congressman from this district the good Republicans here denounce him and say they are far too proud of their State and district to even wish him nominated Every good citizen ought to feel willing to sacrifice political princi pie for the time being if they can thereby do aught to prevent such a disgrace as this nomination would entail upon us Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P n IHj wa FREE I ti 1 I U FREE To stimulate cash trade with every purchase of 15 or over we will give FREE a good watch and chain No key required good time keeper No one but CASH buyers will get it This is simply a premium for CASH a Bulldofus Blood Will Tell According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim- Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various erruptions of the skin If in good order it shows in the clear complex- Â¬ ion the glow of health the good spirits The latter condition you can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri Â¬ fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug store c See Window Display for Prices c m r Announcement No apology is necessary on the score of medical propriety for thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made a long careful and special study of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the results of our extensive experience in Kentucky and surrounding countries in a system of rational and successful treatment that we believe has never heretofore been attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful cases not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our assertion that our system does With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted with this most terrible and hope less of diseases We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause c varieties of cancers and tumors Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ dressing UTCHER STARKS V county The school children are in high glee over the near approach of vacation anticipating as they do much pleasure during that time Mr George Goddard visited friends in Lexington and Cincinnati several days last week Mr Murphy of Chicago has returned home from a visit to this Â¬ WAJWW VlfyWFVW CO -- TAKE TIESE- - JOE T STATEN MONON ROUTE The Direct and PopularLine to Have purchased the entire stock of place Miss Mattie CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Greenup in has been visiting friends Scott county several days this week Mrs John Fuller is very ill at lier home near Stedmantown Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury mercury will suroly destroy the sense of smell and com pletely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used ozcept on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good vou can possibly derive fcom them Halls Catarrh Cure manufacturedfby As Â¬ FURNITURE I Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services talace Chair Cars Fulman Buffet Sleepers 11 facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK StflT And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address BL Bryan C PA W Q Crush D P- - A Drs Current 17 Smith Paris Ky tf LOUISVILLE OR KY J tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ ternally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the SFBtem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine Ife lis taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney Co JWSoldty Druggist price 76 per 4 bottle PJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 con Â¬ Xiatoniu Races The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at 2 cents per mile from May 22nd to June 22nd on the above account C D Bercaw G P A OHEVAL 1500 1800 Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Come now and look we have 100 Puckers b Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months Ma F Posts The roses are blooming ps Small quantities of tobacco have been set Mr L T Arnold has been quite sick but is on the road to re covery The pulpit the press and the people are for purity in public life and these are three powerful IJeaguo of Republican Convention will sell Clubs 226 ANN STREET JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO The Kentucky Midland Railway tickets to Frankfort and return at one fare for the round trip on May 30th and 31st good to return until June 3d Account of the above convention Every- Â¬ body invited C D Bercaw G P A Feb I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold 2 tf CO A NOTICE ri ot Uolmes Hiilloran are requested to come forward and settle as the business must be LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE FIRM Miss Nannie Gaines of Hiro Â¬ is visiting her shima Japan brother Bulldofus and sister u Mrs Sam Fogg Miss Nannie has been connected with the schools in Japan for five or six years and returned to the United Statesto visit the Columbian Ex- Â¬ She will sail for Japjjn position Cincinnati Musical Festival The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati at re- duced rates for the above oc casion C D Bercaw G P A Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma Have Removed From the Batzell Building settled up nt once April 2 tf S B HOLMES Surviving Partner 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time Fine Farm for Rent 2G5 in August 4They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a i on the Georgetown pike containing acres large residence tobacco barn ana Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st lb94 For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANK0HINN July22 tf FrankfortKT TnE DUDLEY KAMI ADJOINING CITY yhii AM