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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iwia W W r vpm wwTm Tee GEO A Irmkfoet A Latest U S Govt Report Roundabout TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 40 VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 9 1894 I O O IT Highest of all in Leavening Power Memorial Services v 7 A K0 THE SPEAKING A Big Crowd in Town Badges Numerous Two Baking Powder and Frankfort Lode No 28 I O O F will hold memorial exer- Â¬ cises at their Hall in Odd Fellows Building in this city on Monday Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL June 11 1894 at 8 p m The program is as follows 1 Prayer Music Iff ABSOLUTELY PURE 2 Rev Geo Darsie Capital City Orches- Â¬ FURNISHED ON ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders left at M P Grays Hardwire store will receive The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and prompt attention Jiar 31 3m Bowling Alleys attached CONFECTIONER LAWYERS CHAS G PAYNE Billiards and Pool Tie Club Main Sitcet ROBERT GORDON Painter and Paperhanger tra thousand or twenty five V V P r were in town Monday drawn here by county court arid the announcement that Col Breckinridge was to speak Many came in On the early trains and in vehicles from adjoining counties but the greater portion of the multitude was from the country precincts of this county Judging from the badges worn the supporters of Mr Owens were in the majority but the crowd was good natured and we noticed very vWhen the 950 little drinking a m train came in from Lexing Â¬ ton bringing Col Breckinridge one who did not know what was going on might have thought there was a circus being unloaded or a strange animal on exhibition from the actions of the crowd gathered there curious to see the man who has been talked and written about 50 much during the last six months At 2 oclock the court house bell rang when the crowd which had been standing so thick upon the streets that pedestrians could scarcely get along began to surge in that direction When they reached there the announcement was made that the speaking would take place in the State House yardk land there was a great rush in that The yard immediately direction in front of the State House was l Well Bet a Cent soon full and at 210 the speaker took his position in front of the You will read this It is to call your fountain and began his address attention to the fact that Dr Halos Ointment the which wasabout two hours long Household the world for isgeneralfinest use remedy in His voice did not reach the out- It takes away pains at once iFor skirts of the crowd atjd the latter cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a hundred ailments one is apt to have soon began to melt away until at You want it in the house all the time and after you have once the close hardly one half of them tried it you wont be without it 25 a box remained Some hot words were and 50 cents store at P H Oarpen b tebs druc -- passed between some of the ad Will Build Him a nomo herents of Mr Owens and the Breckinridge men during the Mr William Cromwell has speaking but no trouble followed purchased from Mr Frank Chinn and the crowd dispersed quietly a lot on South Shelby street 70 and returned to their homes by 400 feet for which he paid fifteen hundred dollars and will A Chance for a Prize shortly begin the erection of a In another column Messrs handsome residence upon it hundred people Address Judge JOHN R TODD 3 Welcome WM CROMWELL W H Holt a church picnic when he fell be- Â¬ Manufacturing Attorney at Law 4 Music Capital City Orches- Â¬ Confectioner tween the motor car and trailer Frankfort Kentucky the latter which was heavily tra 41 St Clair Street Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in the Poem Mrs J C Morton Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties 5 loaded passing over his body and and Sodtt Water In season Cigars and Tobacco and will also give special uttenton to the pur 6 Solo Zither Miss Sophie Near new bridge chase and sale of reil estate collection of rents inflicting internal injuries from claims and the negotiation of loans DRUGS which he died at 630 that even- Â¬ Zink ing The remains were brought 7 Memorial Address Col J WJ CHINN fR W H AVERILL L Scott here for interment and the funeral Attorney at Law Druggist 8 Music Capital City Orchestook place Monday afternoon Frankfort Kentucky Main Street opp City Hall tra Old Business At His Fine Stationery a Will practice In all State Courts Office second A general stock ol Drugs I 9 Song Liederkranz Society Prescriptions Hoor Custom House specialty Cigars and Tobacco at ull hours Â¬ compounded City Or10 Music Capital Mr John T Gray formerly of NEWSDEALER CO this city isnow manager of the chestra NO W R WILLIAMS GUY BARRETT Thos B Ford 11 Recitation Villa Ridge Hotel at Pewee Val- Â¬ Druggists News Dealer and Or- Â¬ 12 Music Capital City ley which is being run as a sum- Â¬ Main Stfeet 314 Bookseller mer resort being open from June chestra Prescriptions carefully nnd accurately tilled at all 332 Main Street- All friends of the Order ladies hours A line line ot Fancy Toilet Articles Mr Gray 1st to November ist Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods has thus gone back to his old oc- Â¬ and gentlemen are most cordially FLOUR AND FEED cupation as he was for a number invited to be present PAINTERS DONALDSON REOCK of years one of the proprietors of Thos B Ford Flour Meal Feed arid the Capital Hotel in this city and W B BRIDGEFORD Isadore Davis Country Produce understands the business thoroughj sutterlin The Painter Fincel Block South Side ly He should make the Villa H B Logsdon Choice Oysters Fish and Game in season 10 St Clair Street Ridge a success as it is well lo- Â¬ S A Thomas Pickles and Preserves Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on cated tocatch summer boarders Committee of Arrangements hand LIVERY who wish to get away from LouisDyspepsia ville during the warm weathir DARNELL Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary MANGAN Dr Hales Household Tea will cure Fine Livery Graduated With Honor ic We have a great many testimo Â¬ exe Â¬ Job work from people who say it has abso Â¬ nials Terms Reasonable is cured them office Two Frankfort young ladies lutely and cost only It25c pleasant to and 50c a take 219 Main Street paokage at P H Carpenters drug graduated from Sayre Female b store Institute at Lexington on Tuesday viz Miss Alice Pilkington daughter of Mr Ad Pilkington the South Side lumber merchant and Miss Virginia Lyle Cooper daughter of Rev W B Cooper Miss Pil- Â¬ kington was one of the two who Reduction in prices for CASH to make carried off the first honor of the class business move along on Rev W B Cooper deliv- Â¬ ered the address to the class Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ tfeatly cuted at this JPTSTEIJJ As You Like It M m A Gold Dollar For 50 Cents Lawn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nobody will give you that some people will try to make you believe youre getting it and some people like to think they are get ting it Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose 1 1 And all along down the line in HARDWARE The PRICE The PLACE The TIME WE DOUT GET 11 To save money on what you buy WE DBHT GIVE IT But if you are wanting good values in Hosiery Underwear Cor- Â¬ sets Ribbons Â¬ M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Lace Curtains Laces and Embroideries in all the newest things Ladies Wrappers Childrens Dresses Lace Caps Table Linens Towels and Nap- Â¬ kins 5 V Miles Son offer several premiums for cakes made from their celebrated J E M flour and every lady who is proud of her skill in the culinary art should enter the contest All of the prizes offered are worth trying for Commenced Work - Â¬ Black fine Hursey DEALERS IN Killed By a Street Car Mr John R Todd has com menced work on the foundation of his new store room on St Clair street at the north end of the bridge The wall will be built In Bleached and Brown from the river bank up and will be Goods or anything it very substantial Domestics Dress ana saddles A COMPLETE LINE OF California liquid laxative deceased was a grandson of Mr Syrup of Figs under all condi- Â¬ John Dennis of this county and tions make it their favorite remea nephew of Mrs L H Finnell dy To get the true and genuine of this city article look for the name of the The little fellow was only eleven California Fig Syrup Co printed No years old and was returning from near the bottom of the package Â¬ Eugene Chambers son of Mr Tho Ladies W W Chambers of Lexington The pleasant effect and perfect You will find it was run over and killed by a street safety with which ladies may use prices at car in that city Saturday The the Matters Not What at the lowest TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND HfiRTSTEIN 5 214 St Clair street next door to R K McClure mar 10 3m 23C2 -INnT -A- XTOZEET Hudson HumphriesCassell r nriKsirirsTiKirnrnryirrLTi catiLiuukiuuuuiaJtitJiiUkia ill l1 fc t v IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR -- v 7W I A ft Ready Made Clothing r wi A - 1 T j 1 v nV 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 W e always have time to show our goods and talk to you f rr- i - V V i about them A i - -- 1 rv i hF 4r i v IN r j j Un Hudson HumphriesCassell ST JOHNS DAY Major H 0 McDowell of Lexing gy in South Frankfort several weeks generally are earnestly requested ago and grave doubts are enter Â¬ to be present at any or all of them ton was in the cityvMonday Mr John Skain of Lexington spent Extensive Preparations for a Miss Theo Phillipps of Lexington tained of his recovery Monday in this city Great Masonic Celebration Mrs J H Oulter of Louisville is is visiting Miss Flossie French A Great Benefactor at JJouisville Miss Hattie McClure left Tuesday Miss Juliette Johnson of Hender- Â¬ visiting her brother Mr A H Wag- Â¬ to visit relatives in Harrodsburg goner She was telegraphed for to Educators are certainly the son is visiting Miss Maggie Taylor The Masonic Bodies of Louis- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J B Lewis of Ver- Â¬ attend the bedside of her mother greatest benefactors of the raoe and Mrs Mulholland of Louisville is after reading Dr Franklin Miles ville have arranged for an enter- Â¬ sailles were in the city Thursday popular works we cannot help de Â¬ visiting Mrs Mulholland in this city Mrs M A Waggoner claring him to be among the roost tainment at the Auditorium June Miss Maggie J Daniel of this city Mrs Webster Gazlay of Louisville Mrs Jas W Orutcher has returned Hamp Â¬ entertaining and educating of au 25 for the benefit of the Masonic is visiting her mother in this city from a visit to relatives in George- Â¬ who has been attending Miss JMew xortt JLJally thors lie is tons School for young ladies in a stranger to our readers as his notÂ¬ Widows and Orphans Home Miss Clara Fowler of Lexington town and friends in Cincinnati ad grand scenic and pyrotechnic Louisville the past session received vertisements appear in our columns The is visiting Miss Katie Green on Main i Mrs Thos H Bradley and son of a certificate from that institution on in every issue calling attention to spectacle Americus will be given street Georgetown who have been visitincr the fact that this elegant work on One Thousand Dollars in gold Mr Alex Douglas and bride of reiatives here returned homo Satur Thursday Had she taken the regu Nervous and Heart Disease is dis- Â¬ will be distributed among those lar course she would have been given tributed free by our enterprising Oincinnati are visiting his parents day a regular diploma as she stood well druggist J W Gayle Trial bottlei holders of tickets who guess near- Â¬ In this city Mr Frank Denni8 of Franij1In up to the front in all her classes of Dr Miles Nervine are given away est to the temperature between also a book of testimonials showing June Miss Lula Rigg of Louisville is Tennessee is visiting the family of 24 and July 4 both inclusive that it Ib unequalled for nervous visiting Mrs Caswell Bennett on Mr John p Marshall Closing of tho Schools on Logan prostration headache poor memory The largest present is 300 and Main street dirzineus sleeplessness neuralgia the smallest 10 The tickets cost 2 MissPrecilla Welch of Cynthiana is Mr A Virgil Williams of the The closing exercises of the city nysteria nts epilepsy fifty cents each Full descriptive visiting Mrs Loulie B Longmoor on United States-at-largcirculars will be sent on applica- Â¬ is visiting school will occur next week The DayT Childrens Second street tion to the Masonic Widows and friends and relatives in this city and examinations have been in pro- Â¬ On next Sunday doming at 1 1 Orphans Home Louisville Ky Miss Sallie Green of Louisville county gress the present week and will oclock the children of the First is the guest of Mrs F V Gray on Mr Len Hughes is at home from be finished the early part of next Presbyterian church Conway street in will its the State College Lexington from a oara Mrs Holt of Mt Sterling is visit Â¬ whioh in institution he graduated on The exercises to which a public unison with the children of the aisS Q3 ing her son Judge W H Holt on Thursday invitation is given will begin different Presbyterian 3S a churches r Campbell street 00 pisses Birdie Ewing Hannah Wednesday June 13 and con- throughout the land observe Mr Nick Weitzel returned Saturday Smith Lena and Willie Stone of tinue the remainder of the week Childrens Day The music is CIS from college at Perdue University Georgetown were in the city the first occurring in the following order new having been written especial- Â¬ Lafayette Indiana of the week So Mrs Kittie Crittenden of Chicago WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 ly for this occasion and will be Whoa Mrs J W Hughes ana daughter 00 who has been visiting relatives left j Miss Josie attended the commence o CO 030 Kinderearten and first worth coming to hear The col- Â¬ Saturday for home ment at the State College Lexington lection will be for the purpose of primary CO Mrs W F Dandridge and daughter on Thursday organizing Sunday schools in the 1030 Grades 5 8 have returned from a visit to rela Â¬ Mrs Leigh and daughter Miss Ora tives in Winchester 8co p m The final exercises waste places where there are returned Saturday from a visit of Come and bring your none Miss Fannie Taylor of Cincinnati several weeks to Paducah and Mor of class in literature and history CO quarters and half dollars and is visiting friends and relatives in rillton Arkansas 4 swell this noble work THURSDAY JUNE 14 this city and vicinity Miss Lena Lynch will leave for Las Messrs Thomas Rodman and John Oruces New Mexico in a few weeks Dr DTalos llousoholcl Ointment1030 a m Grades 4 Electric Hitters Green returued Monday from college to spend the summer with her sister 800 p m Graduation exerMrs Lee Woodson This remedy is becoming so well Is tho finest remedy in the world at Lafayette Indiana cises known and so popular as to need no It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Miss Minnie Parks of Cynthiana Mr Huston D Wood and bride re Cures special mention All who have used Neuralgia and Rheumatism FRIDAY JUNE 1 5 is the guest of Mrs Loulie B Long- - turned from their bridal trip Friday Electric Bitters Bing the samo song of Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing mannor Cures moor on Second street praise A of last week and are at home near medicine 800 p m Graduation exer- - exist and purer guaranteed does not Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids to do all it is Miss Eflle Foston of Louisville is Woodlake this county ciseb of the colored school Can bo that is claimed Electric Bitters will Cures Coughs and Colds visiting the family of Judge W H Master Morris Davis son of Mr I cure all diseases of the Liver and taken internally A posltlvp specific The day exercises willjccur at Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Gardner on Shelby street JDavis will bo confirmed in the other affections Chilblains Sores of long standing Mr Jas M Withrow jr of Louis Jewish temple at Louisville the school buildings and the even Salt Rheum and blood Will drive Oorns and Bunions are oured quickly caused by impure He has been in that city pre Â¬ ing exercises at the Opera House Malaria from tho system and prevent different from all else superior to all ville has been in the city this week paring for the event as well as cure all Malarial fevers For else it has no equal 5 and 50c boxes visiting his fathers family There will be a display of school cure of Headache Constipation and Large size cheapest Sold at P H Mr E B Colo of Amelia Ohio is Mr Gabe Addams returned Mon Â¬ 8 Indigestion try Elootrio Bitters En- - Carpenters drug Btore Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to in the city visiting his nephew A H work open for inspection on Wed- tiro satisfaction guaranteed or money Waggoner having been called here nesday and Thursday from 930 remnuea rrice ouoanagi per bpttie Fou Rent Cottage of 6 rooms friends in Harrison county at South Side drug store best location best neighborhood A Newman of Louis Â¬ to attend the funeral of his sister a m to 1 p m Miss Jennie Ihe Mannai 5 P H Oaiipenter in South Frankfort Splendid ville is visiting her sister Mrs Nick Mrs M A Waggoner Training department will be in garden Will rent furnished or Mr William Oraik Superintendent on St Clair street Sullivan operation both days The exer-Â¬ oat3 pau J3uJi inoS osuuop wS amo mtt u unfurnished on reasonable terms to Misses May and Jennio Milward of of the Cemetery is lying very ill at u iai tJlliqapiwonMBllI v ojo boa 1Q good tenant Apply at this office Lexington are tho guests of Miss his home on Arlington Heights the cises as outlined above are open tnoa jo poo3 ioi rao uom result of being thrown from his bug to the public and the people Annie Orutcher Bellepoint r8duor xoru uaos az 39 tt PERSONAL Â¬ I Â¬ j j 3H HJjKK m e rUM I MKBtlli Â¬ fef rfl vw P oSc co Ml S3 1 - Â¬ m P v M il- - i 4 t THE K P A WAS ORGANIZED IN THIS CITY TWENTY FIVEYEARSAGO b m SSjTSmiSrSuSK An eight day half hour strike movement in a fine Celluloid Veneored Case making tho finest ninrblo finish oVer invented We havo decided to sell this Clock at a price never before offered making it the cheap Â¬ est as well as tho best Clock for the money in tho market Note tho price Gilt Dial And Celebrates Tliut Event by a Tlireo Days Session Hero Tbis Week tercstinyr Session Xarge Attendance and an In U- - Height 12 in 650 Width10 inches Cathedral Gong For once take into consideration the quality and then comparo same with tho low price we are making on this Clock and we are sure you will buy one at once M A SELBERT The Leading Jeweler 9 FRANKFORT r THE NKW - - EY r RESIDENT of the meeting with her paper on The End of the Century Woman It was splendidly written and beau- Â¬ tifully read In the afternoon the electric cars J were placed at the disposal of the members of the Association and they were taken over the line through South Frankfort and down to the O F C and Carlisle distilleries where the members of the press were handsomely enter- Â¬ tained by Mr George H Watson assisted by Messrs Ben Blanton Everything and Will Jenkins freely and wds drinkable flowed sampled numerously Some of the party were taken on board two of the cars and carried over to Thorn Hill Park that they might see how easily so heavy a grade can be climbed by an elec- Â¬ tric motor At night the banquet and ball took place both of which were largely attended The young people kept up the fun in the ball- Â¬ room until three oclock yesterday morning but the banquet was dis- Â¬ The following solved about i was the Â¬ Â¬ On Wednesday morning the mem bers of the Kentucky Press Asso dation began arriving on all trains and were met at the depot by the members of the local Reception Committee About 125 members were in attendance when the ad dress of welcome was delivered in the Hall of the House of Representatives by Mayor Ira The following was the Julian programme for the three days WEDNESDAY JJJNE 6 THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Call and inspect our new line of Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents Julian Address of Welcome Mayor Ira tiv Response President Roberts Enrollment of members Distribution of badges Recess for dinner 3P M LeCompte Apr H 3m Gayle Co Â¬ Â¬ South Side Farmers Home Journal Miss Mary Lexington Gazetta Ben LaBreo and Mrs Hardesty Confederate War Record F L McOhesney Paris 0 E McCormack Bullitt Pioneer J R Collier Franklin Favorite Jas B Ray Bardwell Star and others m Moss i m The Journalist in Politics Ben 3 Bingo Hartford Herald Historical Sketches of the Associa Â¬ tion J W Hopper Courier Journal Stop My Paper D B Wallace w Warsaw Independent 9 pM Reception at the Governors Man- Â¬ sion THURSDAY JUNE 79 AM Eleotion of Officers and other busi Â¬ ness The End of the Century Woman Mrs Emma Walker Herr Work of a Mountain Editor J J Diokey Jackson Hustler Patent outside and its Effects on Advertising J S Vau Winkle Som Â¬ erset Reporter Boom Editions Charles H Hart IMorganfleld Sun i Most of the editors and visitors After the festivities of Thurs- night the members of the Asso- left for their homes yesterday ciation felt little like business yes- morning but some remained over terday morning so the session set until the afternoon to visit points for 9 oclock was dispensed with of interest which were not inThe Committee on Resolutions- cluded in the trip around the city prepared the following resolutions Thursday such as the penitenwhich were incorporated in the tiary cemetery c mi Â¬ - Notice May 25 1894 Examinations of applicants for positions as teachers in the Pub- Â¬ lic Schools of city of Frankfort will be held in white school build- Â¬ ing beginning at 9 a m on June 18 and continuing three days All applications must be in the handwriting of the applicant ad dressed to the Secretary of the Board of Education city of Frankfort filed on or before Mon- Â¬ day June 18 1894 Applicants for positions in the colored school to be made in the same manner and an examination will be held at the same time in the same building By order of Board of Education U V Williams President G T Blackley Secretary White Board of Examiners McHenry Rhoads U VWilliams G T Blackley Colored Board of Examiners McHenry Rhoads W H Mayo U V Williams G T Blackley Get your buggy or surry re- Â¬ painted and repaired by G H Mastin Co 383t Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Â¬ Frankfort Ky MENU THURSDAY AFTERNOON I SotL- - if tric cars Excursion about the city on elec Â¬ THURSDAY EVENING Ball and banquet FRIDAY JUNE 8 9A M Concluding business session P The Wednesday morning part of the exercises was carried out as stated but the afternoon arrangement was changed The Association together with a number of invited guests left at two oclock for an excursion by boat to High Bridge and the exercises Â¬ Â¬ aji mat yaw ui mc piuyidiwiwt were carried out on board the boat The excursion party returned in time to allow the members of the press to attend the receptions at Judge Holts and at the Govenors mansion and almost all of them took advantage of the opportunity At the business session Thurs- Â¬ day morning Co I B Nail of the Farmers Home Journal was elected President Capt John A Bell of the Georgetown Times vice president and Mr Loving Gaines of the Elkton Progress Pat Secretary and Treasurer McDonald Western Argus J W Ttfreeland Farmers Home and S T Breeding Bowling Green Times were appointed delegates to the National Editorial Associa- Â¬ tion which meets at Asbury Park Isfew Jersey next year S i i R ffl v Mrs Emma Walker Herr of X exington carried off the honors railroads of Kentucky which have boon in and Mrs At J Casey Owensboro Miss Elvira Sydnor position to add most materially to tho suc Â¬ Inquirer Times Uharles cessful conduct of this and al formor meet Aimer ijouisvuie Mr ings of this body and which havo at all Dobbs Louisville Commercial Mrs Thomas Q Wackins times beon ready to stand with tho Frets and of th State for tho highest development Courier Journal J D Henry Wil Â¬ of Kentucky 8 rosourses material and liamsburg Herald E Ray Moore mental this body extends tho thanks dun Russellvillo Ledger Mr and Mrs W thorn for tho courtesies sj generally receivd C Goad Scottsville Democrat Percy from them and wo assuro them of our ap Â¬ Taylor Ruasellville Blue and Gold preciation of ths spirit of this uniform good Mr and Mrs J W Vreeland Farmers Home Journal Mr and Mrs 0 0 treatment Larue County Herald Mr 2 o tho citizens of Frankfort general Â¬ Howard ly and to the Committees of Arranco and MrB H B Bledsoe Barbourville mont and of Euertainmont in particular News Mr and Mrs B F Briggs May wo oflor our sincorcst thanks for their field Monitor D B Wallace Warsaw were the hours of universal pleusuro since we havo Independent H OSnoddy TheMuh been within their gates Tho best this deÂ¬ lonberger Mr and Mrs Charles M TOASTS lightful city had to oflbr has been ours awl Meacham Hopkinsville Kentuckian Sam J Roberts Lexington Leader with such a gonorous hospitality has it Mr and Mrs Creed Fleenor HopkinsA Republican Editor in Kentucky been bestowed that wo liavn felt tho los ville New Era Mr and Mrs J Lewis To assail a wearied man were Shame like strangers hero than liko wandering Scottville Reflector James B Ray And Stranger Is n holy name brothers safo returned To His Honor Bardwejl Star Mr and Mrs Urey Mayor Julian and through him to Frank Â¬ Woodson and Miss Ford Owenaboro H A Sommers Elizabethtown Neivs The Responsibilities of the Press fort people and to His Excellency Gov Â¬ John D Babbage Breckinridge News ernor Brown personally and as the repre Mr and Mrs B D Rlngo Hartford To bee for favor shrink with fear Now God forbid ltl sentative of tho greiit Stato of Kentucky Herald Col John O Hodges Lexing Â¬ Hebaw his duty plain and clear Craddock Pans wo offer tho sincoest expressions of tho ton Observer Col And nobly did It loyal and grateful appreciation which wo Kentuckian Mr arid Mrs J A Boll Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller Louis feel and to identify which they and theirs and Miss Lila Bell Georgetown ville Timea The Woman Reporter have shown us oxist between tho people Times 0 OMoore Blue GrassBlade Miss Irene Oassiday Illustrated Ohas M Meaciiam Honkinsvillc Ken and the preis Kentuckian Sara J Roberts Tom tuckian The Essential Elements of 8 Resolved That we shall carry to our L Walker and W T Harrison Lex- Â¬ homes the kindliest uiomories of FrankJournalistic Ethics hospitality and to the commendable ington Leader John J Barry New forts If to do wore us easy as to know pride which hor poopo feol in tho beauty Haven Echo W J Dilday and Guy what twero good to do chapels had been churches and poor mens cottages and attractions of Kentuckys Onpital wo Rollston Paducah Standard J S princes palaces arid the assuranco of our hearty participa Â¬ Van Winkle Somerset Reporter D Courier tion Wo j in thorn in tho hopo that a j 0 Points Willlamstown Col E Polk Johnson Louisville The Old Time Journalist short tirao hence shall sen erected hnro such Mrs Emma Walker Herr Lexington Stato buildings as may meet tho appr val of W H Lynch Maysville Ledger Mrs Old wine old friends And there tho session ends thoso among whoso lovely mils tnoy are to M M Glvons Miss Minnie Park and Oynthiana stand and shall bo a prido to ovory citizen Miss Preoilla Welch Major H T Stanton Courier A O Hodges Lexington of tho State Tho Local Press Wilgus Hopkins 4 Resolved To tho Capital City Rail Â¬ Observer W A A prophet Is not without honor way Company tho thanks of this body uro ville Wanderer Col E Polk Johnson save In his own country and daughter Miss Pickett dud for amost delightful rido about tho wife Gov Knott was down for a city Wo approoiato tholr hospitality as Louisville T Julian Jackson St Louis Chronicle CM Lewis and wife toast but was too ill to attend and we commond tholr enterprise Green R Kellar 6 Resolved That Jto tho xotiring Presi Â¬ Park City Times Lieutenant Governor Alford made dent Secretary and other ollicors of this Carlisle Mercury G II Pike and LW wife Association tho thanks of tho a few remarks in his place As duo for the uniformly ofllciont members aro and Cadiz TelephoneProgress Gaines HA wife Elkton and valuable Mrs Herr outshone the boys in sorvico which thoy nave rendered to this Sommers and wife Elizabethtown News Mott Ayors Baptist Gleaner and the unfailing courtesy the business meeting so Miss body havo oxtondod to tho individuals which 0 0 Pare Glasgow Times E W com Â¬ they Whittomore Grand iRlvers Herald Miller laid them in the ijhade by posing it R E Riohardson Horse Cave Record Respectfully Bubmittod her bright and witty little speech J J Diokey Jackson Hustler L H Jno S Van Winkle Gorman Louisville Manufacturer and D B Wallace but the remarks of all were great Â¬ Builder Col I B Nail wife and two B D RiDgo daughters Misses Mamio and Clara Committee ly enjoyed and heartily applauded j I Â¬ Sliced Tomatoes Sliced Ououmbers Roast Chickens Spring 1894 Calf Brains Saratoga Chips Spring Lamb this Seasons Edition With Peas Cold Ham Cold Tongue Lemon Briok Strawberries and Ice Cream Coffee Assorted Cakes Cheese Crackers Roman Punch Sherry Claret Champagne Gen W J Hendrick presided as toastmaster and the following Some of the members of the Asso proceedings of Wednesday ciation here were Mr and Mrs W Whereas Ono of tho most successful T Haven Mt Sterling Domocrat Ben meetings of the Representatives of the Cozine and Mrs Wallwork Sholby Press of Kentucky has for a time been vllle News J 0 Coke and Mrs regailed with tho choicest offerings of tho Kersey Russellvillo Enterprise J A justly celebrated blue grass wo would h ro Wear Benton Tribune Mr G F and express in somo measure tho appreciation Miss Henry Falmouth H t Uurran Maysvllle Call Mr and Mrs F Haag which we fell theroforo Gleaner Mr and Mrs 1 Resolved That to thoso who did most Henderson Courier Journal Mr to bring us to this splendid city to the A P Ford Â¬ Â¬ ought to be fat Give the Thin Babies a chance Give them Babies Â¬ Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphites and watch them grow Fat Chub by Healthy Bright Physicians the world over endorse Â¬ Â¬ it Dont be deceived Pnoarad br Scott A by Substitutes Bownt N Y All DrujjUt 1 V WHTCHMHKER KND jeWGLGR 234 St Clair Street FR2LNKFQKT KY 3jtzd -otjr W L COPPERSMITH jSlO TIOAIj PR a H ifxiutiej vriCEs work spsc iALi sr oi2de Â¬ I3jt aEu1 lute is soxjICXtzexs i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at tbe post offlce nt FrankrortKentuckr as second class mailable matter The dresses of the ladies were most beautiful and tasefu and the whole party both ladies and gentlemen one of the handsomest and most distinguished looking ever assembled in a church which is famous for the brilliant nuptials that have been celebrated in its precincts A fter the cere- Â¬ mony was concluded the party and a large number of invited guests repaired to the residence of Judge and Mrs Holt in South Frankfort where a reception was given to Mr and Mrs Carroll un- Â¬ til the arrival of the 855 train on which they proceeded to Lexing- Â¬ ton spending the night there and proceeding Thursday morning to the seashore where they will re- Â¬ main a short time On their re- Â¬ turn to Kentucky they will make their home at Pewce Valley for the summer Gaines Withrow Mr Howard Gaines and Miss Alice Withrow youngest daughter of Mr James M Withrow were quietly married Tuesday afternoon at the resi- Â¬ dence of the brides father on Campbell street Rev R L Mc Cready officiating Sargent Graves Mr Claude Sargent and Miss Samuella Graves were married at the residence of Mrs Pink the brides mother Crockett near Bridgeport Sheets - Suttles Mr Joseph H Sheets a young farmer of this county and Miss Olla B Suttles also of this county who has been teaching in the District Schools for several years were married on Wednesday evening the 6th inst iiKthe parlors of the Palace Hotel at Lexington Rev J H Burdin of the Forks of Elkhorn performing the ceremony The young couple left the next day for a bridal trip to Louisville and other points in the State They will re- Â¬ side in this county Â¬ Announcement We are glad to announce to the citizens of Frankfort and the public generally that we have perfected our arrangements for openÂ¬ GASOLINE STOVES A GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 9 1894 Â¬ Â¬ Matrimonial Alexander Hughes ding of The wed- Â¬ Miss Nettie Allen of Mr W J Hughes daughter the well known lumber dealer of this city and Mr Harvey Wood Alexander of Fayette county was solemnized at the residence of the brides father on Murray street Wednesday morning at nine oclock the ceremony being performed by Rev W C Taylor It was a of the Baptist Church very pretty but quiet affair only the relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties being The attendants were present Miss Louise McK Hughes sister of the bride and Mr Eugene Wood The many friends of the bride in this city extend to the happy pair their best wishes for long and felicitous married life They left on the 1020 train the same morning for a trip to New York and the East and were accompanied as far as Lexington by a number of relatives and friends They will reside on the farm of the groom in Fayette county Mr BUTTIMER - OCONNELL formerly of this James Buttimer city but now of New Castle and Miss Katie OConnell were mar- Â¬ ried at the Catholic Church in Eminence on Wednesday Carroll Holt The event of the season whichlhas been looked forward to for several weeks by the society people not only of this citv but of Louisville and all the Blue Grass towns as well was the marriage of Miss Sarah Frances daughter of ex Chief Justice W H Holt and Hon Anthony Joseph Carroll of Louisville Speaker of the House of Representatives The ceremony was performed at the First Presbyterian Church on Wednesday evening in the presence of an audience embracing some of the most prominent people socially and politically in the State The ushers Messrs R P Pepper jr Tg Noble Lindsey and Henry Ware of this city and Hon W W Stephenson of Har rodsburg preceded the brjdal Next party into the church Messrs came the groomsmen John Barret and W J Abraham of Louisville John H Welch of Nicholasville and E C Bain and the bridge of Owenton bridesmaides Misses Julia Prewitt of Winchester Tillie Ferguson of Paris and Laura Pepper and Christine Reynolds of this city behind them the groom and his best man Hon George H AlexThe bride ander of Louisville came last leaning on the arm of her father preceded by her sis ter Miss CarrieJHolt as Maid of of Honor At the altar the bride and groom advanced and were met by Dr Blayney who per- Â¬ formed the servicejin a most im pressive manner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing a Commercial College in the city of Frankfort Ky on Monday June 18 1894 Frankfort felt the need of just such has long a cpllege and we kindly ask your hearty co operation in building up The college will the institution be in charge of teachers who are specialists in their line of work We promise a first class school in every particular and it is not an experimeir but a bona fide The session will be held fixture for the present in the city school building There will be a night class for those who cannot attend The branches during the day taught in the college will be book- Â¬ keeping which will include business arithmetic quick and accurate business grammar calculations business forms correspondence etc Shorthand and typewriting c penmanship For further in- Â¬ formation apply to W H Sowell 105 St Clair street Strat Graduate of the Bryant ton College LAKKS MJ CEirsncarcanannBannrcnRnrcnrciaREi laueaBUBaisaiaaBaEyEaiacieaiaaEB 2Do 37 crur Ooolrin Sg mr7lttL- - Q ULicls 0 ut arL37- ZEaieat RorjCicisiRiarirsnBaRnHCiciarsnncina 3 Â¬ ZFOjR -- S XjIE ZB3T A3ST2T STI3EET SPEND YOUR OUTING ON THE GREAT Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It will only cost you about 1250 from De Â¬ troit 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland for the round trip including meals and berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel C floating palaces The ing on the D attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region are unsurpassed The island itself Is a grand romantic spot its climate most in Two new steel passenger vigorating steamers have just been built for tho upper lake route costing 300000 each They are equipped with every modern convenience annuuciators bath - rooms etc illuminated throughout by electricity and are guaranteed to be the grandest largest ana safest steamers on fresh water These steamers favorably compare with tho great ocean liners in construction and speed Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar Â¬ quette and Duluth Daily between Cleve Â¬ land and Detroit Daily between Clove land und The cabins parlors and staterooms of these steamers are deÂ¬ signed for the complete entertainment of humanity under homo conditions the pal Â¬ atial equipment tho luxury of tho ap pointments makes traveling on these Bteamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address A A Schantz G P TAD Detroit Mich -- YOU WANT V to oket insronr THIS OFFER greatly 4 N Â¬ Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Put-in-Ba- y Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas fyc Come while the assortment is unbroken RRDUGRD PRIGES R ROGERS rt fA M -- ti Â¬ a SON tti Crossing tlie Atlantic Usually Involves sen sickness When the naves play pitch und toss vltli you strong Indeed must be the stomach that can stand It without revolt- Â¬ ing Tourists commercial travelers yatchsmen Cook WuHted mariners all testify that Ilostetters Stomach Bitters Is the best remedey for the nausea ex Mr Grant Green of the Farm Â¬ perienced In rough weather on the water Nervous and weakly travelers by land often ers Bink wishes to hire a good suiter from something akin to this aadllnd In the Bitters Its suiest remedy No disorder of and reliable cook the sumach liver or bowels is so obstinate that It may not be overcome by this prompt and No more profitable nor safe in Â¬ thorougn remedy Equally efiasaclous Is It for kidney and rheumatic trouble vestment can be f und than stock chills and fever Emigrants to the frontier ami nervousness should provide themselves with this tine medici Â¬ in the Commercial Building Asso- Â¬ nal safeguard against the effects of vicissitudes ciation of climate hardship exposure and fatigue Â¬ For Sale A combination hay rake and stacker Apply to v m Cromwell 37 f KENTUCKY TOBACCO yn I Crockers Honest Fertilizers r 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 9T V J A The First Tjtuly Trustee BROWNS IRON BITTERS Mrs Susan Quire was on Satur- Â¬ Â¬ digestion Debility My cures Dyspepsia n J T Buckley tf day qualified as such Mrs Quire has the honor of being the first Awarded lady trustee ever elected in the Highest Honors Worlds Fair county Uoujrht a Home Judge Caswell Bennett has pur- Â¬ day elected a school trustee in the Fok Sale or Rent Walcutt District and on Wednes- house on Ann street dwelling G - HHNNEN L-- 30 TO-- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ chased from Mrs W B Rodman her residence on west Main street and will shortly take possession of it Many of the citizens of Itainsville Indiana are novor without a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remody in Says Jacob Brown the the house leading merchant of the place This remedy has proven of so much value for colas croup and whooping cough in children that few mothers who know its worth are willing to be without it For sale by Phil Car Â¬ penter South Side Druggist Mm CREAM DR JOHN DRESCOLL tihiie fl i v LIQUOfi For Four-year-o- ld BAKING P0WWR MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Wines BranT dies c for medicinal and family use Anderson Oo Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate May 20 6m MECHMT absolutely pure Whiskies m 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Sit- f s t dfcfl ggEgft w A- - My WMffit Sow J I i i V nci ua riii L 1 on F53 UZi We make all kinds of KM VEHICLES nn ESQ Sg ST - wu nci uJ xxr vv -- en gj n jaanu i e mtiKe an tt i iiiaue i raw ct gg iSHPSamlSiDLEIIYi rnrnariCtnnnninrnriJtrarariannreTrnninrnna SS il I- Of all hinds of Yehicles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and m COMPLETELY EOUTPPED FACTORY with nJentv of room and light and all modern an au appliances for doing the wont in first class manner Send in your wont Terms very reasonable en l li net Urj be THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRICES BUGGY AND HARNESS raa WORKS nn nn ran Da cat D3 ran a na V CDI5nBnGinf371Rinni3iS3K3Gnni353CHnEi3C3rcni521 t3iauauauuiucaLucakacacauakaatacauEaa ran nn ma ua ca ran ca nc ns ou eg STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE ran no ca ca rail cd c5 THRESHERS AND OLOVER HULLERS AND EXTRAS FOR SAME Ed ca ca ua eh ran EaEnEaEnEaEaEaEaEaEaEaBaBaEaEanaEaEaEnnanaEaEaEaBaEnEaEananaBarjana naEarsarsarsanaEaBananaEnEananncaBacanaGaEnEaEnrara BucuuaQaQacaQacucacuBacucacacquauaBacacacacacacacacuQacacacuuaBa cu cacacacacacaaacacacacauacacacacacacacacacacacjcacacucacuDaDUcuDaDat FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY KULiytauucacatuuaiJucjtsauataDacucauuua ran ran ca DQ BUY OP US EE1 nrt EananaGarcsrjariaysnnarsanncnrjananiiiBiaBHnB IMPLEMENTS Binders Rakes FRANKFORT KOUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNE 9 1894 Base Bull Frankfort 12 Georetown pointment to all parties as both clubs were confident of victory PKEMIUJVLCAKES and the audience was anticipating Wo will pay the following premiums for best fine sport Rain tickets were white cake made from issued by the management good MILES E M FLOUR 6 cash i at any game during the season First Premium 4 Gas for Cooking Purposes J The game between the Georgetown College team and the locals at Thorn Hill Park on Saturday of last week was something of a farce the only noteworthy feature being the heavy batting of the FrankÂ¬ 100000 People Die W - Annually in this country of con- Â¬ sumption Think of it One adult out of every six and yet in the early stages all pulmonary complaints may be readily controlled by Dr Hales Â¬ Household Oough Cure It is a cer- Â¬ MILES SON tain remedy for coughs and colds Merohant Millers Brown led which if left to themselves bring on forts in which Lew June 9 it pulmonary consumption Pleasant with a double and two triples to take Children like it Tho price Hall a new man from Cincinnati is right only 25 and 50 cents a DR I KELLEY bottlo at P H Caraenter8 drug was given a trial at third and be- Â¬ store 6 OE CINCINNATI O will be at the hind the bat and showed up very Advertised Lictters at Frankfort He well barring two wild throws Kentucky SIOTEZi i the stick The is very handy with IN LEXINGTON KY attendance was the largest of the Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Saturday June 9 1894 season June 9 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca The score r Abel Miss Rhea Judd J S operation and with little or no pain cash 2 cash Third Premium Cakes to be sent to Ellwangers Saturday June ICtb and kept on exhibition all day and then returned to the owners The premiums to be awarded by a committee of three disinterested persons to be selected by the contestants Please notify us In person or by postal card as early as possible If you wilt send a cahe and we will give you any further Information desired Second Premium W PKOEITIS PfliiJiH H aKiaHHaHLHaTC KaulA BflJCaSSjjSJj jjjjg ItSBfit llaaaaaaHu TlmllAI 1h Mnthnufl ill Brown C 3J VanDerveer Swango rt Maloney Fkankfokt aii G k Id 1 12 sn po a e 0 1 11 5 H 1 1 llnll Rhf Wlntersmltb es If G G 3 0 2 o 2 12 1 1 3 3 2 0 0 0 2 Balton A B Brown Chas Bates Jas Brown Brown Vm Kinoheloe D H King Frank G Lokaii Mrs Agnes D- i REEEBENCES W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Mrs Mao B Merchant cf p 6 6 6 1 2 3 0 16 l 0 0 1 2 27 0 0 0 4 E 0 2 Totals 48 U A Georgetown Moore ss Oldharu c If Douglass cr DinTel V ah 4 r 0 0 0 0 1b 0 sn 0 0 PO 0 6 A 4 4 3 2 3 4 32 0 Ltvelj2b wood ID South lfC Flte rf Totals Innings Frankfort McMeekln 3b 0 0 0 0 1 110 2 0 100 0 0 4 n 0 2 1 3 0 6 0 4 0 0 12 I 0 0 110 1 27 0 0 14 2 5 0 0 13 Georgetown 12 10 3466789T 0 3 2 12 230 000000 1 0 Creig Miss Anna Corbett T A Cyrus I M Coffee Russell Chaney Mills Childs Mattio Dawson Merritt DeLatour Frank Diokerson J N Devir John Dolemnn Mrs Louisa Diokerson Sol Goldstein A Graves John W Gary O O Gainei G A Levis Prof D J Lawson Anthony Letoher Miss Ellen MoMakin Lawrence May Chas MoMillin James Neal Daley Park Miss LIUio Reynolds Miss Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson f Ky A U McClure Frankfort Ky Ky V J Hughes Frankfort David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky NOTICE The Capital Gas and Electric LighCCo desiring to have an exhibition of the superiority of its gas as afusl for cooking stoves offers to the ladies using their gas as fuel for cooking the following competative premiums for cakes baked upon a gas stove using its gas as fuel viz Â¬ 110 Earned Runs Frankfort 5 Two Base Hits Brown HalL Three Base Hits Brown 2 Mathews Stolen Bases Llndseyi Ha1 Wlntersnilth Maloney 2j Mathews Bases on Balls Daniels 4 off Maloney 3 Struck Out By Daniels 4 bv Maloney 3 Passed Balls Oldhara 2 South 1 Time of Game 1 50 rena and the mode of treatment sent free to any one Stone Miss Mary W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O Smith William Sheets John CONSULTATION FREE Strain Mrs Blanche Smith Miss Betfie Smith J M Taylor Miss Lena True Mrs Sordio Hanger Mrs Harry Whitt W H PERSONS INDEBTED TO TUE ESTATE Wigginglon John L ALL S L Thomasson are hereby notlttedfto Hunt Leroy C come forward und settle with me immediately Whittington Chas Johnson Harry and all persons having claims against the estate DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 209 West Eighth streetClnclnuatl and where he may Cy- - be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS NOTICE For the best White Cake the sum of For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of For the 3d best White Cake the sum of 20 5 I3310 When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised will presentthem to me properly proven before B STONE the ttrst day of June Admr S L Thomasson April 1 lm Two Iilves Saved li A F r-- r i mm fc Mrs Pheobe Thomas of Junction City 111 was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was no hope for her but two bottles of Umplres Rlcbardson and Terrell Dr Kings New Discovery completely cured her and she says saved her life NOTES Mr Thos EgRers 139 Florida St San Franci8cp suffered from a dread The O I Cs of Louisville ful cold approaching consumption tried without result everything else will play here next Tuesday then bought one bottle of Dr Kings and in two weeks No game has yet been arranged New Discoverynaturally thankful was It cured He is for to day week but the announce- Â¬ is such results of which these are samples that prove the wonderful ment will be made in due time efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds Free trial bottles at Car The Shelby villes will be at the penters drug store Regular size Â¬ Â¬ vvSLV Pils UD The contest to be had and the premiums to be awarded on JULY - 3- - 48 WEDNESDAY a plan to be by such committe prescribed in Â¬ by a committee of disinterested ladies after a SffnWm siL I suring absolute fairness in the contest B C KRTKRWEY Superintendent The park again this afternoon game will be called at 330 and 50c and L 5 THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE f DIDNT USE A Card ft Having leased the property of a fine contest is promised Lew Brown will be behind the bat and the Capital Brewery Company I have concluded to continue in Maloney will do the twirling i fjbjfctmP 5 lI i J A y u IU 5t il U t The game between the George- part of the plant I am prepared town PublicJ School and the Frank- Â¬ to deliver ice to the citizens of manufactured in Frank- Â¬ fort Public School which took Frankfort fort and in any quantity desired Â¬ operation only the ice machine place before the regular game at and at the lowest possible price Thorn Hill last Saturday was won As my machine is a Frankfort by the latter the score being 8 to enterprise employing only FrankThere was a large crowd at the park Tuesday in spite of the threatening weather to witness the game between Shelbyville and the locals but just before time to call the game it began to rain steadily and after waiting over half an hour it was cjecided to call the contest off It was a great disap- - Sept 23 tf kS MATTEE1T TIKE- - DeclC ly SAPOLIO McKEE HARDIE Now is the time to plant We have a new and complete stockof W Â¬ H G RW ry fort people I respectfully ask a liberal share of your patronage I will manufacture ice from pure Thanking the distilled water citizens of Frankfort for their liberal patronage heretofore given me and asking a continuance of the same I am Respectfully N I McDaniel tf 35 Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY G arcaer5 Plotonagher 334 MAIN STREET LANDRRTHS On hand and will ask you to give us a call FRANKFORT O W MoKEE HARDIE lan 2Mt 0 L GAYLE S J mi w MASTIN nv - -- - BROTHER AVo 1 camxxx mk pi LI 1 fDHHHRLKjhPPHi have secured the agency and will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columhus Buggy Co H H Bab cock II A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddnrd Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormiek Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc -- f -- vl M oome sz EsrMiasnEi stocz MASTIN BROTHERS L B MARSHALL W A GAINES gent mother and had been for Substitute Carrier Methodist Ohuroii Rev H Q many years a member of the BapMr J M Williams has been Henderson will preach to morrow tist Church and to her death had appointed a substitute letter car morning at 11 oclock and In the no terrors As her life had been rier at the Post Office evening at 800 quiet and peaceful so was her Sunday school meets at 930 a m death as gentle as the sleep of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The Epworth League will convene A Pure Q rope Cream ot Tartar Powder an infant She leaves three chil in the class room at 730 oclock dren Mr Richard Dehoney of Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Baptist Church Rev W O Tay St Louis Dr Howard Dehoney Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m A good line of both city and country property for sale at alf times of Philadelphia and Miss Janie and 730 p m to morrow as usual Sunday school in the Ohapel at 030 Dehoney of this city with a deOFFICE 236 MAIN STREET am voted husband to mourn her loss Young Peoples Meeting at 645 to whom the hearts of a large cir Life Insurance bought and sold Catholic Ohukoh Rev Father cle of relatives and friends go out and loans negotiated E J Donley will conduct the ser in tenderest sympathy STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OK6ROOMS vices at Church of the Good Shep TWO Lewis street with lot 63 by 106 feet This The funeral will take place this Is very valuable property herd to morrow from Low mass at 8 a m High mass at afternoon at 330 oclock the residence of herhusband 444 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m FRAME RESIDEME OF TWO STORY Cross street near Conwar SEVEN on This Main street The services will be very desirable property and will be rented at a is price moderate Christian Church Rev George conducted by Rev W C Taylor OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean Darsie preaches at 11 on The Uses of the Baptist Church stock of Roods and u well established profltablo trade This Is a line opportunity for a man with of Affliction and at 8 on When FOR SALE method and results when capltul Both the God Laughs and Why Giltner A telegram was re Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Â¬ RELIGIOUS L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Â¬ TPSS Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE VH VA it n FOR SALE FOR RENT M 1 u 7 STORY DOUBLE FRAME relatives in this city and refreshing to the taste and acts A TWOvery street near Conway RESIDENCE Â¬ on Cross PLANTS This proper good lot Is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ ty has a on the yesterday morning announcing the fently yet promptly cleanses Kidneys Â¬ figure hood and will be sold at a low 715 the sys and Bowels AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE death of Mrs Lizzie Giltner wife tem effectually dispels colds head grade of early cabbage and tomato plants and other plants Episcopal Church The usual of Rev W S Giltner for many aches and fevers aud cures habitual Sweet potato pepperonceleryby Ellwanger BrosIn sale season Plants are services to morrow will be conduoted years president of Eminence Col constipation Syrup of Figs is the James Ileener and J M Bantu i by Rev R L McCready the rector its kind ever pro only FARM OF 263 ACRES 8 MILES FROM lege The sad event occurred at ducedreraedy 01 to the taste and ac Preaohing at 11 and 8 oclock A Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a pleasing residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ the home of her husband in Emi ceptable to the stomach prompt in bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ First Presbyterian Church nence Thursday night and the fun- its action and truly beneficial in its TWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS sary Improvements All of theproperty improvements fencing on this 14 acres of Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will effects prepared only from the most Is good property and land In Bridgeport This Including theclass condition This farmare new and In tlrst is offered atnoargaln has a quantity of line tobacco land and would also make occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 eral will take place this morning healthy and agreeable substances its a first class stock farm It also hns a young at 11 oclock many excellent qualities commend it and 8 oclock peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit to all and hqve made it the most The Young Peoples Society of Mayhall Judge John May popular remedy leuown Christian Endeavor will meet in the LoSyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY goodÂ¬ Lecture Room at 645 p m You are hall brother of the late T J cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a Is a brick turnpike invited Mayhall of this city digd at his and 1 bpttles by all leading drug dence of 5road upon which there four rooms resi and rooms Any reliable druggist who allother necessaryatonement of gists Improvements This land Is HOLMES home at New Maysville Indiana may not have it on hand will pro- In a high state of cultivation the Improvements EE81DENCE uF 7 ROOMS ON by 160 property has a lot 67 Southern Presbyterian Church feet are In line condition and In order to mako a and is well located Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor on May 28th aged 84 years cure it promptly for any one who quick sale will be offered at n bargain will occupy hiB pulpit to morrow The deceased was born and raised wishes to try it Do not accept any morning at 11 oclock and at 8 p m in this county and was the last substitute FOR RENT CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Sundav aohool at 930 but one of a family of twelve chil SAN FRANCISCO CAL OF CO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEJf ROOMS ON and other nocessary improvements two The hour for the evening services dren Mrs Jas R Watson of This property Is all In A Conway street South Side This property Is In miles from Frankfort good repair and we are authorized to rent it at eras and would make an excellent Dairy or in all the churches of the city has Louisville beipg the only survivor 16 per month Garden farm beenTchanged from 730 to 800 He was a kind hearted and worthy oclock TABLE man Rev W J Howe of Orawfordsvillo Waggoner Mrs Mary A Ind will begin a meeting Tuesday Waggoner formerly of this city night June 26 at Graefenburg died at the residence of her son L H FINNELL R CHOATE Dandruff Kills Deaths Formerly ot Wakefield Choate on June 3d of congestive chills The Hair WIRES NOTHING BUT PILES Armstrong Mr Manual Arm after an illness of two days aged Have You Dandruff A SURE and CERTAIN CURE strongan old resident of this coun- Â¬ 72 years and 8 months She was Have You a Quarter known for IByoars as tho Give Us the Quar ty died on Friday of last week a native of Ohio bait has resided BEST REMEDY for PILES AND ter HnTn n e att dbvooisth at his home near Bridgeport aged for 17 years in Kentucky She We Will Save CO BTL0UI3 PreputltoSIGBASSSOHiraS Your Hair HOGSHEAD FACTORY The deceased was an was a consistent member of the 70 years Muy 13 ly uncle of Sheriff R D Armstrong Baptist Church since her 17th PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL The funeral took place Saturday year and was a widow for thirty JOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish afternoon and the remains were years She leaves four children DOORS SHINGLES in the family burying Mrs Harriet Trickey of Jennings interred TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS ground Michigan E B Waggoner c f STAIR WORK FRAMES Dehoney Mrs Laura Wingate Indianapolis Indiana Mrs jjR V Keen Your AND A1L KINDS Or WHITES CREM Dehoney wife of W S Dehoney Culter of Louisville Kentucky Quarter Esq died Thursday night about and A H Waggoner of this city Lose Your Hair as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Pose Office on river front 12 oclock after an illness of one Her funeral took place from the A share of public patronage Is solicited FOR 20 YEARS Sold by All Has tod all WORM Remedies weeks duration aged 57 years Baptist Church June 5th at 4 The deceased had been in delicate oclock and she was laid to rest EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 Druggists FINNELL CHOATE 80I0 B7 AXIi DUVGGISTS Sept 2 ly br Prprd CO ST IOCIS for a long time but was not by the loving hands of son and health feb 10 ly TI1AUE MAIIK BICIUBDSOS KEDIClilK confined to bed until Thursday of daughter and many friends in May iU last week when she was taken Frankforts beautiful cemetery Miles Nerve and Liver Fills suddenly ill From the first there Sometime ago I was troubled with Act on a new principleregulating Fine Farm for Rent was no hope except that enterGARDEN I used an attack of rheumatism the liver stomach and bowels though tained by the loving hearts hover Chamberlains Fain Balm and was the nerves A new discovery Dr DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness IjlULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL about her bedside praying that completely cured I have since ad Â¬Â¬ limits on the Georgetown pike containing asparagus grape fruits vised many of my friends and cus 2G5 acres largo residence tobacco burn and bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ shrubs and every vines usually foundsmallnursery thing in she might be spared to them for tomers to try the remedy and all stables Splendid dairy nnd tobacco farm tion Splendid for men women and establishment We sell direct to thea planter Posesnionuhen March 1st 1MI For particu children Smallest mildest surest and have no ugents Catalogues on application She was an speak highly of it Simon Goldbaum lars apply to years to come H F H1LLENMEYER San Luis Rey Oal For sale by Phil 00 doses tor 25 oents samples tree at FRANKCHINN Lexington Ky affectionate wife kind and indul Carpenter South Side Druggist July22 t Frankfort Ky J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Mar 10 3m Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Chris ceived by tian Endeavor in the lecture room at I Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ FORSALE FOR SALE- Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE SA Â¬ i 1 T5 A TiK I RS buck eye OINTMENT mi n nun L B MARSHALL CO 1 QfU SI TiAmm- MILL J 1 WORMS R -- M vermifuge 1 JU Finish For a House Orchard Lawn W k l Â¬ ji -- J Â¬ M t iW I 2 II KSS 9 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Eeduoed Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows J Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Salt Rope and Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe ii K j I On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices in need of them Do not fail to call when 1 ii v Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT county was formed in 1794 Franklin and was the 18th county created in ceeds f and F PM A COLLINS cash Opposite the Farmers Bank I is one of the safest and best banks in Frank- Â¬ fort The Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Company is anothor insti- Â¬ Kentucky Frankfort the county tution that is a necessity to any county seat has been the Capital of Ken in settling estates or becoming tucky since December 5th 1702 By executor trustee or assignee of any acts of the Legislature of 1704 and person firm or corporation There 1795 about 3500 were appropriated are several building and loan asso- Â¬ and expended by the State fn con- Â¬ ciation one of them guaranteeing to structing the first Capitol building pay out every five years having al Â¬ the remainder being paid by Samuel ready retired one class of borrowers Holmes and others under contract in that period releasing this class When the Beat of government was of mortgages This is known as first removed to Frankfort the legis- Â¬ the Peoples Building and Loan Asso- Â¬ lature occupied the old Love House ciation There is another known as that stood on the corner of Wapping the Kentucky Investment Company and Wilkinson streets This house which is well managed and success- Â¬ was also known as the headquarters fully operated and is not restricted of Aaron Burr where the conspiracy to the county but does business in all was planned by Burr and his asso Â¬ parts of the State- ciates The third State House was in fact the first permanent bouse erect- Â¬ SCHOOLS ed for the purpose and was occupied The educational facilitieaof Frank Â¬ Nov 3 1704 This was destroyed by fire in 1813 The next or fourth fort are second to no other city Capitol was rented and occupied un- Â¬ Here a first class public school exists til the fifth or second permanent and the taxpayers bear the burdensÂ¬ The in Capitol building was constructed of its annual expenditure which was completed in 1814 15 at a terest on one hundred thousand dol- Â¬ cost of 40000 of which 20900 were lars in bonds is paid to this institu- Â¬ subscribed by individuals and the tion annually amounting to 5000 remainder by the State This was Then a direct tax for school purposes destroyed by fire November 4 1824 is levied which with the interest The sixth was temporary the Senate from bonds and the State per capita 200d0 annuully occupying a seminary building on the produces nearly square while the House occupied a every dollar of which is expended in church on the west Bide This church educating the white and colored was burned on December 12 1825 children of the city In addition the while the House was in session The Catholics have schools for boys and seventh State House the third built girls in charge of the sisters of for the purpose was first occupied by chanty and there are other private operation the legislature in 1829 and is the schools in successful same in which the sessions are now Near the city is the State Normal held To construct this building the School for colored persons in charge 85000 The of the State State appropriated grounds upon which the buildings stand were donated by citizens of RAILROADS The east wing of the Within the present year an electric Frankfort present structure cost about 150000 street car line has been constructed and was commenced in 1873 The which a State of Kentucky during its existÂ¬ long is about five and the half miles owner of Thejcompany is ence of a century has expended the tne latest style sura of 257600 for public buildings three passenger cars otoheap transpor- Â¬ furnishing to house its records and public and finishthe traveling public In ad Â¬ officers The city of Frankfort has tation to have acar expressly built dition they always been the political center of for transporting by electric power the state Public officers after their to the terms expired became citizens loaded freight cars from and in and Capi- Â¬ manufacturing establishments depots identifying themselves with the near the city to the railroad tal City centering Frankfort It Is like a bag Â¬ gage car and propels a loaded freight 100000 Â¬ OlU GIVEN AWAY -- JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE JKCK1VKRS C SyWj R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE R0 S5r L K Boot Shoe Mil K B iiiis LOUISVILLE TQ Limiir MEMPHIS ONLY ONE NIGHTS HIDE IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Hat and Book Dealers and MEMPHIS VICKSBUEG NEW ORLEANS -- n AND ALL POINTS South iNVlTE at our store Ret and WEpackage ofOUR CUSTOMERS to callSQUASH SEEDDOLMcCLURES FAMOUS and Southwest Co a Rates Tickets and all information furnished Ticket Agent of any Railway address It not by Â¬ to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN in cash to smallest LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS THREE DOLLARS inash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash All to be grown from our seed We have a large and complete stock of W J McBRIDE Traveling Pass Louisville Agent Ky T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky L N TIME TABLE PM Nal7No19No21No23 A m For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times MAM S J MoCLURE Wm SOXT Gaertner SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway P M Yarnallton R A White T Ransdell Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad 845 901 917 923 10 rM Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrnnce 1023 617 1038 634 1115 1135 1144 1219 A 960660 156 212 227 235 357 448 456 520 M 30 333 3H9 M25 6 615 686 650 720 813 838 935 P M 7 641 707 733 715 812 P M 71 B06 85 9 03 M 18 NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee valley P No No20No22No24 410 433 448 516 542 550 605 635 620 654 OT 6REEWRIYERT0 1ACC0WAREH0USr v V f n i t Si k - ease and safety The officers of the Chief among the products of Frank- Â¬ railway are Mr Pat McDonald Presi Â¬ fort may be Btated whisky flour twine dent and Mr Jno T Buckley Secrechairs ouggies carriages and lumber tary and Treasurer The L N Bwim the most noted of all fishing reels system enters Frankfort as ulso the Here is located the Kentucky Midland Railroad the lat- Â¬ the Milam Hermitage the Carlisle and 0 ter being a Frankfort enterprise F C the Spring Hill the Cedar Run while the owners of Old WHITE SULPHUR WELL Old Taylor and l01d Oscar Crow R2LNSUELL CD of the Pepper are citizens and residents of There is in the city onecountry Nearly a aozen saw mills finest bath houses in the rranKforc - - LOUISVILLE KY are in operation within and around The water is white snlphur and is MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH from a bored well on the the city the capital invested in this supplied MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE business being in excess of 150000 place of Mr James A Murray half a A twine mill is operated by water mile distant the supply being carried Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Four Months power at Lock No 4 its paid up to the bath house by its own power Storage Free of Charge capital being 1100000 The Southern as it comes from the well Chair factory and the Capital Chair 3PVe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Manufactory are both in operation HOTELS Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf here with a capital of about 100000 The city is well supplied with The Kentucky Buggy Oompany hotels the Capital being the leading is in successful operation and in its capacity as well as its largo S B Holmes Fosteb Bairdhas a first class buggy carriage and airy rooms and hallways its and harness establishment having commodious dining rooms and its survived its infancy and be- Â¬ extensive office There is also iu the come noted for its workmanship and best ball room The capital invested in tbiB business hotel the largestused exclusively for in Kentuoky Soaps Perfumery is about 30000 The Milam reel is dancing purposes Toilet proprietor is DEALERS in Fancy GoodsWillards Articles ItaUam Orders sentPatent Medicines promptly to all agents for made here and is known all over the Mr Jerome Weitzel The the business Couah and globe as the leader of all fishing reels manager is Mr Ed Weitzel parts of the city TELEPHONE RING 44 A largo flouring mfll is operated June 2 ly The Kenyon Hotel under the by Jno E Miles Sou with extensive management of Mr T E Boone is a elevators oohneoted therewith Here to the is made the well known brund J E well known establishment traveling publio well located front- Â¬ M the best flour manufactured ing on Main street and extending The Frankfort Briok Company manu Â¬ back to the river It 1b a delightful factures first class pressed brick near place for the travelers to lodge and the city well cared for The Meriwether Hotel so named after its old owner is managed by banks Capt S V Pence the well known There every Â¬ banks of excellent financial steamboat Captain Four thing is like home and the visitors condition do business in this city The Farmers Bank of Kentucky are always well pleased with accom Â¬ x whose President is Col Thomas Hod Â¬ modations at the Meriwether man and the Onshior Mr Grant Green has a capital of 1000000 and I have two little grandchildren who WHAT DOES IT MEAN stands at the head of the financial a e toothing this hot weather and are It meant that the Queen anil Crenrcnt Routt Ii IT miles shorls I institutions Next c6mes the Branch troubled with bowel complaint etwun tmclniutl and LvxIiiRtuiit 4Sntles aliorteit Cincinnati ti llir lullca hurUsk ninphum VOinlletiliurUit Cincinnati tuNew Orleans Bank of Kentuoky with Gen D W give them Chamberlains Colic Ctnilnnutk to Chattanooga Atlanta or JuktunvllU ilorlJa Lindsey President and E L Samuel uholeraand Diarrhoea Remedy and I earnestly Cashier The capital is 200000 it acts like a charm SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS the mother bank being at Louis- recommend it for children with tetwttn all of ths above points Tbrounh Cara to Vlckionrjc and Mirere ville Next comes the State National bowel troubles I was myself taken Onljr Una running throuah cara Cincinnati to knoxvllle and lore Athefllle N 0 Direct line to Texas ni Mexico vU New Orleam or Bank capitalized at 150000 having with a severe attack of bloody flux Ask agenta about tour to California From LmilSTllle via Shrevcport Phellij rille and Lawrenrenurr direct connection la xnaJo ut Lexington a large surplus stand Â¬ with cramps and pains in my stomach accumulated with vtilluulid trains to all iolnti boutC ing as one of the well managed insti Â¬ one thjrd of a bottle of this remedy W O JUNEAKSOy tutions The officers are Gen Fay Â¬ ourod me Within twenty four hours Genl Iisir Agent Cincinnati O ette Hewitt President O E Hogo I was out of bed and doing my houso Cashier Last but not least comes the work Mrs W L Dunaqan Bon QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v Deposit Bank officered by Oapt aqua Hiokman Co Tonn For sale Milam President and H II Watson by Phil Carpenter South Side Cashier Its capital and surplus ex Druggist Â¬ i MANUFACTURES car around short sharp curves with W Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway 735 811 824 933 949 80 926 1020 1045 1U55 Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington 75 733 78 40 86 46 825 509 85 535 920 559 1005 330 402 410 428 Ynrnallton 1111 1130 929 946 606 621 640 Green Hiver Tobacco Warehouse Props WHITE No 24 will stop at Anohorage and Ohristiansburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Noa 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange Nos 19 and 21 oonneot for Oinoinnatl it Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch Kentucky Midland Ry Stiorten aid Quickest oatween Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haysvills mouth and and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Cynlhiana Covington 1 - TIME TABLE APR I UL PM No 3 4 16 A M 1 TRAINS E AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Ar No PM No 7 a LvElkhorn LvSwItzer Lv Stamping Ground Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevllle 700 716 711 718 728 731 410 421 444 467 503 521 100 110 140 200 210 235 aco 320 335 345 400 2J 125 Johnson Duvall 4 38 428 B Elizabeth Purls Purls Junction Paris Junnction c I aaO A 816 82J I 746 765 818 740 460 513 525 535 538 M A 109 23 90 W M P M f TRAINS WEST Lv No 2 iNo 4 C 9 05 No 8 Nol2 IM Lv Paris Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar 554 ArEtzabetu ArCentervllle Johnson Duvall Stamping Ground Swltzer Newtown C S Depot Georgetown B 1087 1147 1163 915 920 923 940 605 616 619 6 27 440 4f5 521 641 645 540 747 800 810 6C0 iioo Â¬ Elkhorn Summit A Frankfort A connects with L B connects with Q C connects with K 1110 1117 1123 1130 N C C 703 7 13 6 61 6 57 aso 720 726 735 906 915 925 R60 and LS SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 900 a m Arr Georgetown 1000 a m Lve Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort 1130 a in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec-Â¬ ii tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL C D BEROAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEOB HARPER Gen Bupt HHZ9I L np WSSsmS i That Pome Tho following is from tho pen of I1OUISVII1I1E TOIJACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE the celebrated lightning auctioneer who has accomplished tho feat of sel Â¬ ling four horses at once on many a court day in this and other cities Ho says it was built expressly and exclusively for the Roundabout and has been many moons undergoing construction Sales on our market for tho week 3269 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2897 hhds Sales on our market sinco Jan uary 1st amount to 81833 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 ou our market to this date amount to 82077 hhds Our market remains very firm and OLD MAIDS active for all grades of burley tobacco in good condition and the offer Â¬ ings continue large Satisfactory BY DIAMOND 1 BENTLEY V progress is being made in trans Â¬ rich maids are rocked upon roses through planting the now crop The life The following quotations fairly rep And the poor maids go through th crying strife resent our market for burley toOld maids will not marrj to wash u plate bacco 1893 crop just closed amount to GO QUICKLY TO H -- M 1 S 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Crutcher Zri A11 Depaxtaacieints -- tarks 1 Â¬ Â¬ The Great Free Salle Still Going On 1 UKV- Wrinkled faced maids often meet poor ho use 2 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 4 00 tLook nt the day to They let their kin people do their courting eery Medium to good colory 5 00 trash way Common lugs not colory 4 50 Marrying Is n leap In the dark you know G50nj Common Oolory lugs And you might not get a knotty h eaded Jim- Medium to good colory crow 7 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 50 The gentle rivers hooting owl by moonlight 12 00 Must steal back the old maids heart by sun Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good to fine leaf light Â¬ fate Trash dark or damaged 3 50 4 60 7 50 5 50 7 50 10 12 16 18 23 00 0C Clothing Hat s Mens Furnishing 00 And her vanished sweetheart of lote Might stop hercryliig voice that rolls above Select or wrappery 00 50 Mens Ladies Misses and Boys Shoes J r 4 18 00 sweet kiss be amiss May the sleeping red rose in her velvet beams Find some one to love In her dreams fcvUieirt love with u Peep throughtth Strong Witnesses Among tho thousands of testimoni Â¬ als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Dure is that of Nathan Allison a well known citizen of Glen Rock Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet Pills cored him Salem N J is another witness who twenty years suffered with Heart Disease was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately ufior using the New Cure he felt betÂ¬ ter and could lie down and sleep all nijjht and is now a well man The New Cure is sold also a free book by 2 J V Gavle -- Jly hand and heart with vou shall never The moonlight crusty silver waves have danced by When I stayed In the kitchen to cook tho golden pie No Bnow capped white rose can charm my sad 8 Choice of 400 mens all wool suits were 15 and 12 Go KlHP 6 15 m MM ilH The heart son of the night birds around my face must patt Sad musical sounds make me shed tears To look at my wrinkled face once plumped In rosy years May whispering pines kiss the falling dews When deaths restless courtship bids us adieu Where the orange blossoms fan the rosy hue My sweet pink face and kisses are tor ycu To night down hangs the red rosy moon Is there one sweet kiss for meths afternoon The flowers are swest to drip with diamond dew And love Is sweet to couit when nice and new Thelloweris beautiful to blush with Minllglt beam And love Is the sweetest to smile with gleams quickly and get JO V them at This splendid Watch with every cash sale and over Choice of 200 Boys suits long pants all wool ages 13 to 19 were 12 and 10 Your choice jjfi U only On to Washington Beauty is the fairest when young in years And love is the sweetest to have no fears The flower Is sweet to float Into the wddln -- room And kisses are the sweetest to wed with a groom It liriftgoport Mrs Jackson Tate visited friends in Graefenburg Wednesday Miss Bessie Hancock is visiting her uncle D L Powers of this county Mr Dick Julian sold a fine lot of lambs last Tuesday for 4j4 BfV cents a pound Dr J O Robinson attended the Physicians Association at Shel byville this week Mr Manuel Armstrong died last Friday June ist and was buried in the family graveyard near his home Mr Claude Sargent and Miss Sammie Crockett were married at the home of the brides mother Wednesday evening at 4 oclock The session of the Bridgeport school closed yesterday evening We are glad to know that the ser- Â¬ vices of Mr Fendley have been Our solicited for another term trustees know a good thing when they see it Rev B C Lilly preached at the Presbyterian Church yester- Â¬ day evening at 4 oclock to a large and attentive audience Mr C Q Parrent has returned from Clay Village where he has been working at the blacksmiths trade for the past week -- Three years ago the only authentic map of the Virginia battlefields was prepared in the War Department for the Chesa- Â¬ Ohio RailwayCo It can peake with safety be asserted that it is the most interesting map published and so great was the de- Â¬ mand for the first edition that 100000 were soon absorbed but it has been re issued for the occa- Â¬ sion of the K of P Encampment at Washington in August and will be mailed free after June 1st upon application to C B Ryan Assistant General Passenger Agent C O Ry Cincinnati O In con nection with the map is also a description of the grand and varied scenery of the Virginias and the delightful Mountain and Sea Shore O as well Resorts along the C as a sketch of the battlefields Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We can furnish anything that a man wears from his head to his feet to do business in 4o travel in to work in to sleep in give him GOODS THAT WILL WEAR WELL no matter how low the price and save him some money in every instance People are finding it out all over the country Are you CRUTCHER fm fc W STARES - TA rV M FtS r3- - JOE T STATEN CO MQNON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Wft Midland Changes Commencing Tuesday June 5th Kentucky Midland train No 3 will leave Frankfort at 410 p m and Georgetown at 505 p m ten minutes earlier than at present This will enable passengers to make close connection at Paris for Carlisle Millersburg and Maysville also Winchester and Richmond C D Bercaw GP 1 Have purchased the entire stock j of CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST m FURNITURE t Of A Frankfort Furniture Manu- facturing Co Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has tho Rest Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most 1 i i 4 And jOnly First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address SLSmCPA Prices OUT From lO to 15 per ct i i i f Oome now and look we have 100 i Suits and over 300 Bedsteads i w to sell in the next few months i WMBiA KY OR LOUISVILLE 100 Reward 100 Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Ohappod Hands ON MAIN STEET TO Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup cures Piles or tions and positively no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Buggies carriages and surreys Price 25 cents per box For sale by EnsErnEnt nf 8 ly repaired and repainted in the very Phil Carpenter Co best style by G H Mastin Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder BfiFThey will fill this spacq with an entire new advertisement in CO P J OHEENEY Toledo O 2 Sold by druggists 76o Â¬ The readers of the Roundabout be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that sciencohasbeenabretooureinall its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Oatarrh Curo is the only positive euro now known to the medical fraternity Oatarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Oatarrh Oure is taken internally acting directly upon the Wood ana mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitution ami assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work ihave so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred Sowers for any case that it fails to curo Send for list of testimonials will Â¬ Â¬ connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCormiok Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Routo Oincinnati O 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 tho South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleeping Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Oincinnati to make Â¬ Â¬ SOLID OAK SUIT tt i OHEVAL 1500 1800 4 i i i Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Geoar Posts I have for sale 2000 A No v CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on mv premises T N Arnold 2 226 ANN STREET AAAAAAA -- i - Jlr i i i 4 Feb tf Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in tho world for Outs JACOB SWIGERT isrsTT3 ssrc3 ckeis CO Shorthand BOOK KEEPING and Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the Capital HnteL Why not iou Should jou lateT decide to enter our college you yould receive credit for the amount paid Four weeks by our method of teaching book Â¬ keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by tho old plan Positions Ouaiuntkkd under certain condition Bend for our Free Illustrated 80 imro cntiilnann I nnd state jour wants Address J FDkauohon rresiuoiR uruunuirH rraciicui jiusineas college and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nash Â¬ ville Tenn Eleven Teachors COO Students the oast year No vacation Enter anytime Cheap DOAI1I We recontly prepared books on tne above es Â¬ pecially adapted tolIIOM-T-- ur Sent on GO Uas trial HundiedR linve been benefited hun Â¬ dreds ot dollars by ordering our publications Penmanship iV ii M 38 3t A Pure Q rope Cream of Tartar Powder short time N H We pay 5 cash for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers touchers etc reported to us provided we till same Mention this paper when you write