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Digital page images are linked to the text file. imsyF AU- - The GEO A Feamfoet 1 EOMDABOIJT TERMS ki LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoo NO 41 VOL XYII FEANKFORT Latest U S Govt Report KY SATURDAY JUNE 16 1894 A Handsome Tabic Mrs Highest of all in Leavening Power M 5 WL X -- 1 KST3rio1 JLLX ABSOLUTEOf PURE Â¬ Memorial Ceremonies of Frank fort iLodse No 281 O O F t f 7 One of the most agreeable and interesting entertainments that has transpired in this city for a long time occurred at the hall of Frankfort Lodge No 28 I OO F Monday evening last Persons not present on that occasion missed a great intellectual on Â¬ treat The ceremonies were opened by a beautiful and appropriate prayer by Rev George Darsie after which Judge W H Holt Past Grand Master of Kentucky was introduced and made an earnest and eloquent address upon the power and usefulness of women exhorting them to work for humane and benevolent orders Col John L Scott also delivered a powerful address upon the good the order has accomplished in the last These speeches seventy years were very impressive and were highly appreciated by the audiÂ¬ ence x C - fr read an ex- Â¬ ceedingly chaste and lovely poem entitled The Odd Fellows Boy It was a feature of the evening We and was londly applauded it to be hope that she will premit published as it was certainly an and extraordinary productio 1 would be highly appreciated by the ordei wherever read Miss Sophie Zinks solo upon the zither was beyond description and was enthusiastically encored Those who did not hear this ac- Â¬ a complished musician missed treat for it is seldom we ever listen to such music The singing of the Liederkranz Society was highly appreciated and added much to the occasion The Capital City Orchestra furnished the music during the programme and played several delightful and enchanting pieces which were loudly applauded and were even beyond the standard of thatexccllent band The orchestra will compare favorably with any we have ever heard After a short recitation by Bro Thos B Ford the audience was dismissed and all went home de- Â¬ lighted with the evenings enter- Â¬ It was an occasion tainment that will long be remembered by the Odd Fellows of this city After the adjournment the fol lowing resolutions were adopted by the committee on programme Mrs J C Morton Mary Brown Day State Libiarian has been presented with BILLIATtDS AND POOL a table by a convict in the peniten ROBERT GORDON CHAS G PAYNE tiary which is the handsomest Painter and Paperhanger Billiards and Pool piece of iniaid work we have ever FURNISUED ON seen It is the work of James The Club Main Street ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders Stafford who was sent up from The Finest Tnblps In the city Gymnasium and left at M P Grays Uurdware Store will receive prompt attention Mar 81 3m Bowling All eye attached Glasgow It contains thousands LAWYERS of pieces of different woods most CONFECTIONER of them foreign and is elegantly JOHN R TODD WM CROMWELL finished It is a round center Manufacturing Also to Brother Geo evening Attorney at Law M B Confectioner Darsie for his impressive and table and has her initials Frankfort Kenfucky inlaid upon the appropriate prayer delivered on R D 1894 41 St Clair Street Also Real Estate Agent Liederkranlower shelf She is very proud of Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Courts of Franklin and the Will practice In tho that occasion and to the adjoining counties z-Society pur and will also give special attention to for the vocal music it and has it on exhibition in the and Soda Writer In season Cigars and Tobacco chase and sale of real estate collection therents Â¬ Near new bridge of claims and the negotiation of loans contributed by them library rooms DRUGS Resolved That the Secretary of W- J CHINN JR our Lodge be instructed to copy JJarge Excursion W H AVERILL these resolutions on the minute Attorney at Law Druggist Hon W C Owens and Hon book of our Lodge Frankfort Kentucky E E Settle candidates for the Main Street opp City Hall Robbing Graves Will practice in all State Courts Office second Stationery a K general Democratic nomination for Con- Â¬ QTuuinltv stock of Drugs Fine Prfisnrlntlnns Iloor custom House rltHir nnd Tfihancn There are a lot of vandals about gress spoke in Lexington on compounded at all hours NEWSDEALER this city male and female who Monday and drew a large crowd NO W R WILLIAMS CO GUY BARRETT A deserve a term on the rock pile from all over the district Druggists News Dealer and or in the pen for their mean special traiiiof four coaches filled Bookseller 314 Main Street They have with people went up from this sneaking thievery Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all 332 Main Street gotten so bad that its almost imF city in addition to quite a number hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy possible to keep a flower on the who went on the regular trains Goods FLOUR AND FEED graves or plant in a lot in the Blood Will Tell PAINTERS DONALDSON REOCK On Saturday a lady cemetery planted four fine roses in her lot According to the condition of it Flour Meal Feed and W B BRIDGEFORD If in bad order it Bhows itself in pim Â¬ and on Sunday they were gone ples sallow complexion and various Country Produce The Painter another lady placed placed flowers erruptions of the skin If in goodÂ¬ Fincel Block South Side complex order it shows in the clear and 10 St Clair Street upon the grave of a loved one ion the glow of health the good Oysters FishPickles Game In season Choice and Preserves spirits The latter condition you Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Sunday morning and by four hand can produce by the use of Dr Hales LIVERY oclock in the afternoon they were Household Tea the great blood puri iler and nerve tonic 25c and 50c stolen DARNELL a package at P H Carpenters drug MANGAN c These prowling petty thieves store Fine Livery exe Â¬ work may think they are committing no Terms Reasonable offense in taking the flowers from office W jh j jfvj 219 Main Street graves but as plants and flowers cost money they are aTTriudhl guilty of theft as as if they picked the pockets of the lot owners and deserve to be punished severely for if there is one spot that should be kept sacred from their poluting touch it is the last resting place of our dead Reduction in prices for CASH to make Economical This thing has been stopped Always attract New business move along on before and the lot owners have a Buyers We are receiving The largest Goods daily right to expect the Cemetery variety of goods in the city Company toasee that these offen- Â¬ We sell goods on very small ders are speedily looked after Our istock is always profits One or two arrests with heavy complete fines inflicted will go a great ways towards breaking it up And allalong down the line in HARDWARE Business and Professional Directory Baking Â¬ Powder - JSTEItf neatly Job cuted at this As You Like It OurLowPriees 1 Lawn Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose The PLACE To save money on what you buy Grasp tlio Opportunity Oabpenteu cordially invites you to Our enterprising ONE PRICE AND THAT THE The PRICE The TIME druggist P H try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales House Â¬ hold Cough Oure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lunes lessens the desire to cough and heals mucous mem Â¬ brane If consumption it will cure ou Pleasant co taice xne ennaren ike it 0 LOWEST Good Lace Curtains at 50c a pair Good Scrim at 5c a yard 3c a pair Good Hose at 8 M Opening of the Commercial School 1 Good l HARDWARE MERCHANT P GRAY Hursey DEALERS IN The patrons an friends of the new Commercial College are es- Â¬ pecially requested to be present at the City School building Monday morning June 18th at 9 oclock At 5c a yard Good Sea Island Good to attend the opening exercises of Cotton at 5c a yard We take Several addresses Crash nt 5c a yard the college will be delivered by prominent business men and others DRESS LAWNS Black FINE SJ I Resolved That we tender our most sincere thanks toBms W H Holt and John L Scott for their appropriate and excellent Also addresses on this occasion to Mrs J C Morton for her beautiful poem and the reading thereof and that she is requested to have the same published Also to Miss Sophie Zink for her ex- Â¬ quisite performance on the zither and also the Capital City Orches tra for the delightful music furnished by them during the Â¬ The Indies The pleasant effect and perfect LITTLE PROFITS H9PS and SRDDLE8 IN OUR TRADE safety with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs under all condi Â¬ tions make it their favorite reme dy To get the true and genuine article look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co printed near the bottom of the package No Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND HflRTSTEIHS 214 St Clair streqt next door to R K McClure mar 10 3 in 232 uT3Sr STEEET - 11 II - Ml - H- I- HI III Hudson Humphries Cassell RanarsnRHBnECTracirinBnRnrsnGnraannBnnEirinRn r SJ iMl M ii tyr IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR V1 1 WV y f Made Clothing I Ready ra 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 ijs but come in and see W e always have time to show our goods and talk to you ta A about them I y v Vv i15 GBBana3iacnKiaRinsnBn3Ei Hudson HumphriesCassell Gov J Proctor Mr Russell Baker who has been Mr B H Dudley of Louisville was ville on Wednesday Knott delivered an address to the visiting his brother in Kansas City in the city Wednesday Mrs A F Respess is visiting rela Â¬ for the past two months has returned Mr Henry Hale is at home frora alumni on Tuesday evening tives in Maysville home school at Hogsett Institute Danville Mrs Emma Blanton of Indianapo Â¬ Judge OHara of Covington spent Mr Geo W Bercaw of Lonisvillo lis Ind is visiting the family of Mr Â¬ Miss Bettie Keenon returned Wed Tuesday in this city has been in the city this week in the nesday from a visit to friends in R M Aldridgo in this city I Mr McKnight of Pittsburg Pa interest of the order of Chosen Lexington Miss Xizzie Hodges of Louisville was in the city last week Friends Mrs Robert Skene jr of Louis- Â¬ is spending a few days with her sister Mr J P Burckhardt of Cincin- Â¬ Rev J McOlusky Blaney left Tues Â¬ ville is visiting her sister Mrs W Mrs J N Crutcher Bellepoint day for Danville to attend Centre Col Â¬ H Newhall nati was in the city on Friday Mr Wm P Thomas of Philadel- Â¬ Dr L M Scott and wife of Jellico lege commencement where his son phia secretary of the I P Morris Co Mrs D B Walcutt and children graduated are visiting relatives in this city left Wednesday for a visit to friends who have just completed a large con- Â¬ Mrs B T Quinn and daughter Miss in Bowling Green tract for the Louisville Water Co was Miss Bianca Schaposki of LouisJennie have returned to their homo ville is visiting Miss Katie Green Misses Gill and Lawson of Shelby in the city this week the guest of his at Georgetown after a visit to rela- county are visiting the Misses sister-in-laMrs J N Crutcher Miss Fannie Herndon of Louisville tives here Stone of Greenville MisMr Hughes on Second street was in the city a few days last week Mr Morton Swango has returned sissippi has been visiting his aunt Messrs L 0 Willis and Pryor Miss Mary Bull of Louisville is from Lexington where he has been Mrs G R Rodman On Todd street visiting Mrs Snively on Scond street attending Kentucky University the Foree of Shelbyville were in the this week on hiB way to WeBt Point city Wednesday on legal business Military Academy New York where Miss Hocker Hazelrigg left yester- - past season Misses Lizzie and Ruth Laughlin of he has been appointed to a cadetship day to visit relatives in Mt Sterling Mrs Fred Brooks and little daugh- tor of syracU8e New York are visit White Sulphur are vi3iting their Mr and Mrs W J Hendrick were Mrs S E James will leave next Mrs 0 E Collins on Cross Sam- - Sanders sister in the city yestorday and dined with week to visit Mrs A Peter in Louis- - in her father Qa street on Ann street Lieut Gov Alford at the Pheonix jjje Mr Coburn of Little Hotel Mrs of IrsL B Naand dKhrst Rock Ark whoKavanaughvisiting his most gifted Hendrick is oneladiesthe Mrs Snively gave a dance Wednes- has been and charming in Mamie and Flora are visiting day evening in honor of Miss Bull of Ji8Ss Dr Berrv and wife at tne Feeble mother on Todd street left for home the State a tine conversationalist Louisville Thnrsday and has an abundant store of quiet minded Institute Mr and Mrs Henry Owsley of Cordelia Bush of Louisville humor and easy wit How could it be Mrs M88 Belle Giltner returned Wed Spring Station are the guests of Oapt and Mrs Fulton Gordon of Chicago otherwise when her husband is a nesdav evening from a two weeks Sam Sanders visiting Mrs Geo F Berry on humorist a soholar and a dialectician visit to hor cousin Mrs Maggie G are Mrs Metcalfe of Lexington spent 01ark n Lexington Shelby street of continental fame It is now con- several days thiB week with Judge Mrs M W Wilhoit of Monterey ceeded that he will be his own suc- Â¬ Mr R- - K McOlure and Mrs A H who has been visiting friends here cessor beyond a per adventure Lex Hord and wife conimenco returned home Wednesday night on ingtort Observer Oapt W T Havens is at his home ment exercises of Center College at the Falls City inMt Sterling where he will spend a Ginghams jjuuviua wuuuuuuuy couple of weeks M cents American Ginghams 8 Messrs Wood Longmoor and E Miss Nina Parker of Lexington Miss Rose Jessee has returned to her Headley attended the entertainment reduced from 24 cents French home at New Castle after a visit to who has been visiting friends here at Oardome tho country residence Ginghams 23 cents reduced from for the past two weeks returned Mrs Wm Cromwell of Mrs Qarrie Robinson noar George- 29 cents home Tuesday morning Â¬ town on Friday evening of last week 42 2t Co Miss Hattie McOlure returned WedSam D Johnson nesday evening from a visit to rela- Â¬ Mr J S McKendrick and wife Miss Ada Bonnett daughter of who have been visiting the family of Chief Justice Caswell Bonnett will Organdies tives in Harrodsburg Mr W J Hughes have returned to graduate from Nazareth Academy Finest French Organdies 35 Mr Mason Barret returned Wed next week and Mrs Bennett will go cents reduced from 45 cents nesday evening from College at their home in Lawrenceburg Sam D Johnson Co Messrs B Todd Orutoher Earl down to attend the commencement 4i 2t Princeton Now Jersey Rodgers and John Selbert left Thurs- oxerciscsMiss Loula Hughes has been quite Colored Woolen Dress Goods sick at the home of her father on day for Owensboro to attend the Mr U Keenon wife and two little We offer our entire stock of meeting of the State League of daughters and son Mr Ben Keenon Murray street this week Colored Woolen Dress Goods at Mr John W Milam and wife went Mr and Mrs Geo A Lewis attend Â¬ Wheelmen Sam D Johnson Co cost Mr J H Sheets and his young out to Benson Saturday and spent ed the funeral of Mrs Giltner at 2t 4I Eminence on Saturday last bride have returned to their homo the day picnlcing on the old Major Milam farm Millinery at Cost Robt Owens wife and son of near this city where they wore Miss Mary Keith Miles assisted by welcomed by quite a number of All of our trimmed and un Franklin county are visiting rela- Â¬ her mother entertained about thirty trimmed hats and bonnets will be their friends tives here Winchester DemocratMrs Ben McMicheal and children of her friends at a picnic at Thorn Hill sold at cost Ed M Wallace Esq of Versailles will leave this week for Frankfort Park Wednesday afternoon A most Co 2t Sam D Johnson attended the session of the United where her husband has a position at delightful evening was spent by 4i States Conrt in this city this week Matting the State Prison as guard Her little those in attendance Misses Laura and Flossie French son William Boyd who has been We will close out our stock of Messrs Thomas Lindsey Blayney left Tuesday to spend the summer quite ill with measles has about re- Â¬ and Albert II McOlure of this city Mattings at a big reduction with relatives in Springfield Illinois covered Mt Sterling Gazette graduated from Center College Dan 4i 2t Sam D Johnson Co PERSONAL ST JOHNS DAY Extensive Preparations for Great Masonic Celebration at Louisville a The Masonic Bodies of Louis- Â¬ ville have arranged for an enter- Â¬ tainment at the Auditorium June for the benefit of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home The grand scenic and pyrotechnic spectacle Americus willbe given 25 -- Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ I One Thousand Dollars in gold will be distributed among those 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 cost fifty cents each Full descriptive circulars will be sent on applica- Â¬ tion to the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home Louisville Ky I Ills jnc 3S JfcK a 9 HyoTi CO 21CO - TZ CCS CO 00 MM CO CO 2r w 7 BJTT Â¬ B8 - SO ofsiS 2 co CL Dr Hales Household OintmentIt cures Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Cures in the most soothing manner Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive speoiflc for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no oqual 25 and 50a boxes Large size oheapest Sold at P II 8 Carpenters drug store It absolutely cures catarrh Fou Rent Cottage of 6 rooms best location best neighborhood Splendid1 in South Frankfort garden Will rent furnished or unfurnished on reasonable terms to good tenant Apply at this office Is the finest remedy in the yorld - Â¬ - V A 39tf r Re o r STERLING SILVER at P HID i SPOONS AND FORKS Tea Spoocs Table Spoons Guaranteed for a term of 2 5 years 250 500 per set per set MA GAS EXPLODED I- These Spoons and Forks ate made of the best Nickel Silver places are cut out at the points exposed to wear which are FILLED WITH SOLID SILVER They are plated and finished using five times as much silver as is used in standard piate By this process it is impossible for spoons or forks to show any wear whatever The Leading Jeweler CITjIT DTI1T3rP JIiXjO HiJX O 1 frankfort ky HOW THEY LIKED IT - JL i lady Badly Burned and a What tlio Members of the Press Room Wrecked Mrs Ft James Sower discovered that her house on Wilkinson street was being filled with gas Thursday evening about 7 oclock and going into the bath room she struck a match An explosion immediately followed which blew the window out tore off the rail of a door some distance away knocked down the plastering in the adjoining room and broke very lamp chimney in the house Mrs Sower was terribly burned about the chest arms and back of the neck Thevroomtook fire and an alarm was turned in from box 34 but when the department arrived on the ground the flames had been extinguished only the window shade having been consumed The trouble was caused by some one turning on the gas in the instanta- Â¬ neous water heater and leaving the Icey open Mrs Sowers condition yester- Â¬ day was considered serious and her family are very uneasy about Association Say of the Moot Â¬ ing Hero Last Week The Owensboro Messenger says The people of Frankfort are enter Â¬ tainers by bjrth and education En Â¬ tertainment has been their lifetime occupation It was therefore with Â¬ out special effort or any flurry that they lavished their hospitality upon the editorial fraternity last week It just came natural to them Whatever prejudices a stranger may have when he enters Frankfort by the bridge or the turmoil they are all overcome before he gets away and he is the devoted slave of Frankfort ever after ward Catlettaburg Democrat The Ken tucky Press convention met at Frank Â¬ fort Ky on Wednesday of last week and remained in session three days This meeting proved to be one of the most pleasant In the history of the association and the good people of Frankfort let no opportunity of makÂ¬ ing the pecil pushers spend an enjoyable holiday go by unimproved and for which the whole fraternity will ever hold them in grateful remem brance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 LeCompte Apr 14 3ra Gayle Co Shorthand by Music South Side haps in those days but entirely in- adaquate for the present needs and penuriousness that Bhould be super Â¬ seded without delay by edifices in harmony with our pride our wealth Every guest of and our growth Frankfort during the session of the K P A will advocate tho erection of handsome modern buildings com- Â¬ patible with the dignity of the old Oommonwelth and which will bo a credit to State and the present seat of the government lier Work Well Done t I The Shelby Sentinel whose editor was not present says Frankfort May field Monitor How the we can easily believe did herself editors heart swells with pride and Â¬ gratitude at the honors heaped upon honor and her people won the undy ing admiration of the press gang by his profession and how full is his their gracious hospitality and genuine keen appreciation of the hospitali Â¬ courtesy Whatevor Frankfort wants ties poured into the laps of the the Kentucky editors will assist her brethren of the State press An editor is not selfih but his love for his profession indeed great The meeting at Frankfort was not an exception If possible it surpassed its predecessors It was a brilliant Long success in every particular will the memory of this delightful meeting remain with us to cheer and brighten the gloom of office labor Each individual of the gang left her hospitable doors with the deepest sense of regret envying the luoky editors whose good fortune it was to have a permanent hold on tho luxu ries Frankfort could give Â¬ J i u Those who visited the Public School building this week could not fail to be favorably impressed with the display of work executed in the various departments of the school as the specimens on exhi tion were exceedingly interesting The handiwork of the little tots in the Kindergarten class was sure to attract the eye on first entering the building much of it exhibit- Â¬ ing considerable skill and ingenui Â¬ ty in the little hands which gave it form and shape The manual training department came next and drew large crowds to secure Matrimonial to be made in the same manner and an examination will be held It affords us great pleasure to at the same time in the same state that Prof C Hansen who building commences to teach a course in By order of Board of Education U V Williams President shorthand by music next Monday G T Blackley Secretary is meeting with remarkable success White Board of Examiners Over 50 young men and ladies McHenry Rhoads U VWilliams have already enrolled They G T Blackley Colored Board of Examiners realize that there never will be McHenry Rhoads W H Mayo another opportunity of learning U V Williams G T Blackley shorthand for 5 which is the entire Get your buggy or surry re- Â¬ expense for the complete course painted and repaired by G H Everybody is invited to attend the Co 38 31 trial lessons at Prof Grahams Mastin LADIES Academy of Musicfree of charge Needing a tonic or children who want build ing up should take on Monday afternoon at 3 for BIIOWNS IRON HITTERS It is pleasant ladies and 730 for young men Biliousness Liver cures Malaria Indigestion Complaints and Neuralgia It will pay everyone to go Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award IT S Court Â¬ of interested spectators The samples of work displayed proved that the pupils are being taught tf t j s self control as well as patience and perseverance as the work evidenced great care in its exe- Â¬ This department was cution only established hast fall and the progress made by some of the class is truly wonderful the young ladies especially having acquired remarkable skill in the manual sooiation arts This new feature promises Tho good peo Â¬ to be one of the most helpful aids Danville Advocate ple of tho Capital and tho members to education of mbdern times of tho Frankfort pross certainly gavo It May Do as Much For Yon tho members of tho K P A no oc Â¬ casion to complain of inattention or Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 an abBonco of that free and generous writes that ho had a severe kidney treatment tliat they always meet trouble for many years with severe Be in his baok and also that his with at their annual gathering ladder was affected He tried many hind in nothing leading in many par Â¬ so called kidney cures but without ticulars and lavish in all things Tho any good resnlt -- About a year ago citizens of this little oity between tho he began the use of Eloctrio Bitters and found relief at once Eloctrio hills demonstrated that tho half has Bitters is especially adapted to euro plover been said of their hospitalityall kidney and liver troubles and Tho nowsgatherers also observed tho ofton gives almost instant relief Oho disreputable old structures called trial will prove our statements Prioe only 60 cents for largo bottle publio buildings relics of yo olden Ab P H Carpenters drug store 0 time creditable and capacious per- Â¬ - Lexington Observer The annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Asso Â¬ ciation which took place at Frank Â¬ fort Ky Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this week was one of the most delightful occasions known to The the history of the Association weather was all that could be do sired the attendance was unusually large and the magnificent hospitality of the people of that beautiful little city long widely known for it intelli Â¬ gence and culture was unsurpassed So great and so liberal was the enter Â¬ tainment that a round of pleasurofor three days broke the monotony if not delayed tho routine work of the As Martin Ernmn Kino Mulborry Mrs Adn Doyle Cyrus lenslor Miss Ethel Meal Ilnrve Qwens Mr Edie Gill John Hnmiuook Miss Omonror Mr J P Addio Roborts Mrs Lizzie Redman Wm lloert Mr Hutohott Miss Elln Hen Mrs J T liookeramith Mr Strange W L Willie Shiver Will Hiitchoson Mr F Stevens Miss Lulio V Mr Shackelford Jones Wm jr Gardner Johnson Saml Summers Mr Finley Wells Mr Cay Krihir fcnndy Weld Charley Lox John Lynn Mrs Mary West Miss Mamie Mistier Mr Edward Cook Mr Qoorge Ohy Mrs Susan Physicians the Miles Medical Oo aro responsible the foUowing tesworld over endorse it timonial from It MoDougall Auburn Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ind who for two years noticed a Dont be deceived by Substitutes stoppage or skipping of the pulse hi Kentucky Pmoireit by Hcott Boune N Y All Drujglita left side got so tender he could not lie on it Mb heart fluttered he was Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ alarmed wont to different doctors R UHOATE tised letters for tho week ending found no relief but one bottle of Dr Formerly of Wakefield Clionte L H FINNELL MileB New Heart Onro ourodhim June 16 1804 Tho elegant book Now and Start Â¬ Andrews Ohurloy Moor Mr Suton ling Facts freo at J W Gayloff It Bnker Jo Mitchell Mr Lee J tells all about heart and nervouB dis Â¬ Budlong Wm MoElroy Mr J It 3 eases and many wonderfal cares Buhler Hull Milleiulor Mr John AND- Desmond Connor wo make room for Â¬ Lutkemeier Sower Cards are The United States District out announcing the marriage of Court met in this city on Monday Mr Henry Lutkemeier of the with Judge John W Barr presidfirm of J W R Williams Co ing and District Attorney W M and Miss Mamie Sower daughter Smith and Assistant District At- of Mr Peter C Sower to take torney Arthur Wallace both place at the Church of the Good present Numerous cases for the Shepherd on Tuesday June 26th violation of the revenue laws have d a large number of Schmidt - Nickles Mr Paul beetl triecl Schmidt of Louisville and Miss witnesses have been in attendance Katie Nickles of this city were Tne court will probably continue married at the Church of the Good in session next week Shepherd Wednesday morning at Admitted tho Foots Rev Father E J 7 oclock Donley officiating Attendant- s- Newspaper editors have to bo very careful in opening their columns for miss fimma mcKies ana Mr J statements But aware that the Dr j I Â¬ Cough in leads to Consumption Stop the Cough heal the Lungs and strengthen the System with Scotts Oil It is Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver stomach and hypophosphites palatable and easy on the PLANING MILL HOGSHEAD G Notice Frankfort FACTORY Ky May 25 1S94 Â¬ HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL positions as teachers in the Pub- coiiKleton tobacco llDLsliond fnctnrv nf Afwcra Pros I am prepared to furnish lic Schools of city of Frankfort DOORS SHINGLES will be held in white school build Â¬ SASH TURNED 11LIVDS AVORK ing beginning at 9 a m on June FRAMES STAIR AVORK 18 and continuing three days AND ALL KINDS OF All applications must be in the handwriting of the applicant ad dressed to the Secretary of the as w ell as tobacco hogsheads Factory one ami a blocks Board of Education city of half snare offrom Post OftlceonIs river front publio patronage solicited A Frankfort filed on or before Mon- Â¬ Wlion calling for these letters say day June 18 1894 Applicants CHOATE FINNELL for positions in the colored school Sept 2 lr S B Holmes P M Ldvertisod Â¬ Examinations of applicants for Finish For House vrriiilllirM riiiii ilrllllTii AlMtflTilfA-ff-fi- i iirhiifr-ttrriii----- -- - tuClUi tflAirhU tAufl W L COPPERSMITH s3FHAO TICA MHTCHMHKER MND jeWBLjSR e 9 m 234 Bt Glair Street TRKNKFQWT KY A3iTXD -- FI3STB WAICSa WORK -- A SPECIALTY 0X7 TIRADE liT TKAT LINTE IS SOLICITED FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Aljournel io Entered at tbepost offlce at FrnnkfortKentucky us second class mailable matter thc Almtlls Institute Instructors Conven Â¬ tion and Kentucky State Teachers Association at Judge W W Kimbrough ad Danville journed court at Cynthiana to let 8ee all see the animals in GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 16 1894 Changes nt F M I Â¬ Messrs Colby H Taylor and Jack Church of this county were appointed directors of the Feebleminded Institute by Gov Brown on Monday to succeed Gen D W Lindsey and Mr F V Gray whose terms of office have expired The board of directors met on Wednesday afternoon and re- Â¬ duced the number of teachers in the institution from five to three re electing the following old teach1 Miss Belle Hogan Mrs ers Miss Minnie E Emily Woods and Miss Sallie Chinn who had Bell been teaching there for a number of years was left out but Miss Pattie Burton the other teacher did not apply for a position Stabbed by a Steer Mr Will L Collins was butch- Â¬ ering a steer at his fathers place on Pea Ridge pike a few days since and having knocked the animal in the head and cut his Crossing the Atlantic throat was proceeding to cut When in the death Usually Involves sea sickness strong the waves him up when play pitch and toss with you Indeed roust struggle the steer struck the be the stomach that can stand It without revolt- Â¬ commercial knife Mr Collins held in his hand ing Tourists testify that travelers yatchsmen mariners all Hostetters Stomach with its leg driving the keen edge Bitters Is the best remedey or the nausea ex perienced In rough on water against his abdomen and cutting a Nervous and weakly weather by the often travelers land gash seven or eight inches long suffer from something akin to this nadflndln the Bitters Its surest remedy No disorder of stomach Fortunately the knife did not pen- Â¬ themay not liver or bowels Is so obstinate that It be overcome by this prompt mid Equally eftriuaclous Is It for re- thorougn remedy He etrate to the hollow chills und fever kidney and rheumatic trouble ceived prompt medical attention and nervousness Emigrants to tie frontier should provide themselves with this hue medici nal safeguard against the effects of vicissitudes and is able to go about of climate hardship exposure atid fatigue Â¬ Â¬ circus Four thousand persons attended This adjournment of court on account of a circus is not without precedent Long time ago there was a circus and menagerie at Frankfort while Judge was presiding over the Nuttall Circuit Court An elephant was to swim the Kentucky river and the Frankforters were anxious to see how the specimen of the pachy- Â¬ derm tribe would perform the aquatic feat Judge Nuttall was among the number who wanted to see it and announced that court would adjourn for that purpose There was an important case in court and the proposition was objected to but the Judge was inflexible and heedless of all pro- Â¬ testation adjourned court to see the elephant swim the river So Kentitckian Citizen they say There is no they say business about Judge Nuttall adjourning court in this city so that he could go down and see the elephant swim the river but it is an actual fact He gave as a reason that he was an old man and might not have another opportunity of wit nessing such a sight therefore did not care to miss it Â¬ Robinsons For these occasions the Midland Railway will sell tickets June 23d and 26th to Danville and return at half fare good to return until June 29th Mercer County Fair June 27th 28th and 29th the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Harrodsburg and re Â¬ turn at half fare on the above GASOLINE STOVES T 3Do account Bible Institute at Georgetown June lGth to 24th the- Midland - Railway will sell tickets to George Â¬ town and return at reduced rates on the above account Ooolring Q ULicls c3c Witlx- o ut ari3r Heat ur 37-o-- rjnrsarxnriarirjncnrjarjEiBirinnriann A Card Having leased the oroperty of the Capital Brewery Company I have concluded to continue in operation only the ice machine I am prepared part of the plant to deliver ice to the citzens of Frankfort manufactured in flrank fort and in any quantity- desired and at the lowcit possible price As my macnine is a Frankfort enterprise employing onlv Frankfort people I respectfully ask a liberal share of yoir patronage I wi 1 manufacture ice from pure distilled water Thanking the citizens of Frankfort for their liberal patronage heretofore given me and asking a continuance of the same I am Respectfully Â¬ I -- JKL5- - J -nSTIfcT p ok s--XjI- E srsr STZKIEIET YOU WANT TO O BT IlsTOlsr THIS OFFER I A 35 tf N I McDaniel SPKND TOUR OUTING ON THE GREAT LAKES Visit picturesque Mncklnnc Island It will only cost you about 1250 from De troit 15 f roinJTolcdo 18 from Cleveland for the round trip including menls and berths Avoid the heat und dust by travel ing on the D 0 floating palaces The attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region are unsurpassed The island itself is a grand romuntic rpot its climate most in vigorating Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for tho upper luke route costimr 300000 each Why Is Tliis DuiupciVon the Road They are equipped with every modern oam rooms umumcmiorH iuvvuicuw A Louisville firm was paid Messrs J S Darnell and Cab etc illuminated throughout by electricity eighty odd doliars by the common bell Conway were returning from and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest nud safest steamers on fresh water council for making books for one the ball game These steamers favorably compare at Thorn Hill Park the great ocean liners in construction with and of the departments of the city Tuesday afternoon and when just speed Pour trips per week between while there are two binderies Detroit St out side the park gate the horse loledo Petoskey Alpena Mackinac Mar- Â¬ Ignacp Boo Chicago here at home either of which they were drivingbecame fright- quette and Duluth Daily between Cleve- Â¬ land and Detroit could have done the work as welli ened Daily between Cleve Â¬ overturned the buggy and land und Tho cabins parlors and as cheaply It seems to us threw both gentlemen out and staterooms of these steamers are de Â¬ The that city tax payers should be buggy was torn to pieces and Mr signed for the completo entertainment of humanity under homo conditions tho pal Â¬ given preference over outsiders Conway considerably bruised atial equipment the luxury of tho ap up pointments nukes traveling on theso when work of this kind is to be steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for Mr Darnell escaped injury but illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address given out A A Sodamtz G P C T A D Picnic 2SText Month Detroit Mich Prison Dny Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Ba- Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at a greatly Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Come while is unbroken f the assortment - REDUGRD PRICES ra ROGERS NTUCKY SON SL J y TOBACCO R Â¬ Crocker s Honest F ei tilizer I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with notewithout interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order wc prevalent in the city just at presNo more profitable nor safe inent and is not confined to children vestment can be found than stock alone as several grown people are in the Commercial Building Asso Isasuffering from it ciation Â¬ you fee veak several picnics which were very worn out take and pleasant and enjoyable and the ers to the prisoners Quite a BR0TT S PTTRS one they propose giving will be large delegation pf ladies came For Sale or Rent My dwelling none the less so from Lexington and Louisville lor house on Ann street tf J T BrCKLSY the purpose of attending the ser- Â¬ Many of the citizens of Iiainsvillo Indinna are never without a bottle vices of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Awarded Says Jacob Brown tho Highest the house Ikisincss Changes Honors Worlds Fair leading merchant of the place This remedy has proven of so much value Mr C F Proehl has sold out for colds croup and whooping cough his saloon on St Clair street to in children that few mothers who know its worth are willing to bo Mr James FDailey and the Eleva- without it ior sale by phil Car tor Coal Company has removed penter South Side Druggist its office from the corner of St For Sale Two store counters Glair and Wapping to the grocery one 33 the other 13 feet long of Messrs Howard McCoy op- extra made and can be sawed any lengthen good condition Will sell posite the court house cheap for cash as I am tearing m down the store Thoy All Tuko It Thos R Postlethwaite is Whooping cough quite Millville Ky 41 it Â¬ Saturday was prison day arid the ladies of the Womens Christian Temperance Union celebrated it by going to the penitentiary holding services and distributing flow- The Young Mens Institute will For Sale A co nhiijition hay give a grand picnic at Thorn Hill rake and stacker Apulv to YVm Park on the 28th of July This Cromwell 37 tf organization has already given x Â¬ If all TPt G L HHNNEN -- GO TO- n m Â¬ Â¬ mm CREAM illSCOLL JJxxifj Â¬ LIQUOfi MEfiCHMT For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines Bran Â¬ dies c for medicinal and family use d Anderson Go Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square Four-year-ol- BAKING POTfDHt Vttl m - M Â¬ MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant YEARS TflB STANDARD My 20 6m TrVt liisys wESMXM rsa rtEl O- - 13 OKTXTOIKIEilEe DPresicIerLt T T77 OZRTXOraHIEK H Secretary fei gg ua en Dm is a JLJi JKTm MI Jfg -- 0T TJB V SP H AVWb HK K 7 ww K 7 jeiji HBB Mk iBP VH M IH MS net cn na CO nit ea EU Girt BC1 We figure a little profit on any one sale and so are always busy and WE MAKE A GREAT MANY SALES and in this way we have sold one or more vehicles to every family in this sec tion of the country These families have found out just as everybody else has that there is ONLY ONE PLACE IN FEANKFOET where you can buy all KINDS VEHICLES and only those made v in Frankfort by hand wont and home capital and labor ra gg U3 eta CEI BU EU psei VEHICLES HARNESS AND SADDLES LAP COYERS AND WHIPS Cheaper than you ever bought them Come to us cu nn ua CO ua cci cm aa ua 1513 tiJ FOR BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE MACHINE OIL ua en Ein uu THE KENTUCKY Zilpali FRANKFORT JUNE 1894 BUGGY AND HARNESS WORK PREMIUMJAKES Wo will pay the following ua EnnnisnnnnnnnnaRnnnnannnnnnBannniannnRnnannnnnnnarinnnnnnrncnEcinn nn nnEnrnnnnnrinnncnnnnaBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnrnRnnnnnnnnnnnBaEnrnnncnnnnanH uu uuQUEaiuuuuucauuuuuauuuguuuuu HuuuuUkUaiauKutuLiJUiJLuiiuuueuuuQuuuuaujuuuJuatuuuEU cm ati nn ua nn aa nn an nn DQ nn ca nn ua nn ca nn nn ua nn ua nn ua nn T FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 16 Council Proceedings The Common Council met in regularsession on Tuesday evening with the Mayor and eleven Â¬ councilmen present The minutes of the two last meetings were read and approved Petition of Mrs Wm Saffell in reference to street improvements was referred to street committee Reports of officers were taken up approved and ordered filed Report of finance committee showing note of city in State National Banc for 6ooo due was received and note ordered renewed The City Attonieywas required to give bond which was fixal at Â¬ 2000 Numerous accounts from va Saturday July 21 1894 rious committees were read and Saturday August 4 1894 Saturday August 18 1894 approved Fqst An ordinance to improve HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain Main street wjs read and upon REEERENCES motion of Councilman Marshall de Â¬ The Capital Gas and W McKee Ilardle Frankfort Ky Yeas io nays i was adopted siring to have an exhibition of the Mrs Thomas Pulliam and Miss J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort School Committee suggest- Â¬ Susie Green both of Lebanon J T Staten Frankfort Ky Ky The of its gas as a fuel for cooking stoves offers v Beruericn fraiiKiort kj gas as fuel for cooking ed the coupons on bonds ofTe Ridge weie the guests of Mrs Ky ladies using Rev L P Uulett Benson A II McClure Frankfort Ky Ella Lands Sunday following competative for cakes Ky city be used during the month of V J Hughes Frankfort David gas as fuel viz upon a gas stove using Mr Wm Rodgers indebtedness of thr of Bald Jas M Moore Benson Ky Ky baked July ti piv Wlthrow Frankfort wmcu Knob is very ill with no hope of DR KELLEYS ofllceand residence Is at 259 city for school expenses West Klghth street Clnclnnutl and where he may For the best White Cake the sum of amounted to 3700 and interest recovery be found every day of each week except SATUR For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of DAYS Pamphlets describing these Miss 0ha Perkins visited Miss and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases For the any one qn 1300 which amounted to 91 3d best White Cake the sum of I KELLEY M D Annie B Roberts at Benson by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O V Mr Pruett moved to donate Saturday and Sunday to be had and premiums to The CONSULTATION FREE said amount to School Board Miss Lulie Jones will give a on be awarded After some discussion upon a call social Saturday night in honor of of the yeas and nays the vote her 17th birthday stood yeas 4 and nays 7 and the Henry Skelton and wife attendmotion was lost ed church at the Forks Sunday a by a committee of Motion was then made to ad- Â¬ Â¬ We are sorry to report Mrs a plan to be by such committe vance the School Board said Samuel Samples confined to her suring absolute fairness the amount which motion was also room again with rheumatism She Lhas been a sufferer for two years lost by a vote of 7 to 4 E C HKTHRWRY Superintendent License Committee asked that but her condition had improved extent and the the coal dealers be licensed 50 to a great dispelled hope relapse has almost of her per annum as they were ommitted recovery THE BEST IS AYE- - THE CHEAPEST from license list Mr Miles moved Close Observer AVOID IMITATIONS OP AND SUBSTI- Â¬ to add flour meal and hay dealers How to Become Ploshy and the matter was referred to TUTES FOR License Committee Dr Miles Nervine not only euros all Gas Committee recommended nervous diseases headache blues nervous proatrnMon sleeplessness 12 additional arc lights in North neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and Upon motion of Mr hysteria but also builds up the body Frankfort I am pleased to say that after years Pruett the matter was referred of intense sufferitu with nervous dis Â¬ DeclG ly Council ease headache and prostration I back to Gas Committee tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine and in two weekn gained oicht pounds then adjourned in weight I could not fie down to sleep but now sleep perfectly easy Sopt 23 tf Can Anyone Head Us We are glad to come to the front again with a few items Health is very good generally very few on the sick list among the number the scribe but better at this writing W A Duncan of Clay Village was in this community on business this week James Clemens and wife and Owen Mooreand wife of Peytonia attended church at Indian Fork Sunday Miss Lulie B Mdore has re- Â¬ turned home from a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs J C Deakins- at Christiansburg J W Jones and wife of Frank- Â¬ fort were in our community Sun- Â¬ day We greatly miss the interesting and newsy items f Bro Catch urn and other correspondents of the Let us hear from Roundabout you Bro Catchum the berry season will soon be here and the prospects for an abundant crop is flattering It is time for you to equip and be ready So put aside your fishing tackle fall in ranks and come to the front - Gas for Cooking Purposes premiums for best white cake made from MILES cash 4 cash 2 cash Third Premium Cakes to be sent to Ellwangers Saturday June ICth and kept on exhibition all day and then returned to the owners The premiums to be uwarded 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 will send a cahe and we fllll give you any further Information desired G Second Premium First Premium JE M FLOUR MILES June 9 SON it Merchant Millers DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne fbToeists IN LEXINGTON hotel KY Saturday July 7 1894 Saturday June 23 1894 NOTICE -- the the Electric LightCo superiority to their premiums its Â¬ contest the iP0 20 5 Â¬ WEDNESDAY 3 48 disinterested ladies after prescribed in contest in JULY SAPOLIO Now is the time to plant had beans truck patch for dinner Tuesday If any other fellow can antedate us let him hold up The vines from his hand quick Bucklons Arnica Salvo which they were taken went through the snow all right and are The best salvo in the world for Outs Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum hanging full Fovor Soros Totter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup Cow for Sale A first class tions and positively ouros Piles or milk cow is offered at a bargain no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Apply to William Cromwell For sale by Prioo 25 cents per box The Roundabout irom his and am still improving wonderfully Cannot say enough for the Nervine Mns L B Millard Dunkirk N Y One customer used Nervine and gained flftoon pounds in flesh Mayruuy Cortland Bays Brown N Y Trial bottles and elegant book freo at J W Gaylos S W MoKEE HARDIE H G MATTEM TE3E3- - HALL S OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Piotopliiir 334 MAIN STREET Â¬ -- Seed LANDRETHS We have a new and complete stockof On hand and will ask you to give us a call i4i PHIL OARPBTKR H ly ERANKEQRT K WMoKEE HAEDI GrL GAYLE niA3 im I MASTIN I - BROTHERS v a i if 3 W I I - t- We have on hand the finest lot of ve hicles ever in the city prices to suit the times fi v Â¬ t i VJ SimMzii ii LTXmYnimkiw n ijfimmts - s v -- 7 11 a 7Awcir r irxa v jwJiU I wi i IEssri iau w ti vr- - -j-- jj - ha i t - t rcsrzsoferK 4 v 1 u Si l y 3 - 7 n Call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere Satisfac Â¬ t 4 f tion guaranteed 1 people notwithstanding the hot The following pro- Â¬ Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ weather lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m gramme was excellently rendered and 730 p m to morrow as usual 0horus O Gently Breathe Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 Address of Welcome Ruth Hawkins a m Oration Greece Thos P Grant Young Peoples Meeting at 645 Annie Redd Instrumental Solo Edited by George The Gleaner Catholic Ohurch Rev Father Downing Bessie Hardin E J Donley will conduct the ser Â¬ Vocal Trio Sunrise Misses vices at Church of the Good Shop Kirtley Coloman and John Rogers hord to morrow The Ship of Pearl Miss Low mass at 8 a m High mass at Essay Hay Y Hoggins 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Emily H Recitation The Toast rtfl RELIGIOUS the first annual commencement ot the Colored Public School took place at the Opera House when the following progiamme was carried out Last evening Overture Chorus L B MARSHALL W- - GAINES L 8 MARSHALL ft CO Wit Orchestra Praise Ye the Lord School Rev J W Hawkins Invocation Sohooll Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Chorus Rataplan Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage Oration Studies of Nature A good lineof both city and country property for sale at all times Rosa A Booker Instrumental Trio Sarah J Walker OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Robt Gates Dr Jos H Carroll Oration Success of Failure Coleman Andrew D Life Insurance bought and sold Christian Church Rev George InstrumentalDuet The Sleigh Ride Vocal Trio Our Merry SwissColeman Homo FOR SALE Darsie preaches at 11 oclock Harriet Scott and Louise Averill and loans negotiated Ella Lewis Lettie Todd Louisa on Enemies of the Cross and at Essay Whittier Sarah T Kirtley Miller 8 p m on Stability a special ser- Â¬ Song COTTAGES ROOMS Touch the Soft Harp Gently Oration A Purpose Sidney J Miller TWO FRAMETaylor avenue OF FOUR Is good on This mon to young people property and will be sold on easy payments to Misses Scott West Clark Hardin Chorus The Spring School tlii right party If you ure Interested come Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ Hazelrigg Richardson and Rogers Oration Day Break Margaret E quick tian Endeavor in the lecture room at The Gleaner Continued John Gray 715 Rogers Vocal Solo A Bird From Oer The Good bye Minnie Louisa Higgins Sea Episcopal Church The usual Vocal Solo B West Oration Switches Vaughn O Todd 210 ACRES Loservices to morrow will be conducted A FINE FARM OFfrom FrankfortFINELY goodÂ¬ cated 8 miles on a Chivalry Oration Jos B Instrumental Solo Citizens Gallop by Rev R L McOready the rector turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ FRAME RESIPENCE OF6ROOMS dence of rooms Norwood Margaret E Gray TWO STORYstreet with 53 by 105 leet This all other 5necessaryit tenement of four rooms and Preaching at 11 and 8 oclock Lewis Improvements This land Is Instrumental Solo LesDeux Ango Oration and Valedictory Benefits of Is yery valuuble property lot Inn high state of cultivation the Improvements are In line condition and In order to make a Florence Clark John E Jackson Education First Presbyterian Church quick sale will be ollered at u barcaln Homage to Literature Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will Tableau VocalSolo The Kiss Helena occupy his pulpit to morro w at 11 G Taylor Thursday evening the 5th 6th and 8 oclock Presentation of Diplomas President The Young Peoples Society of 7th and 8th grades gave another Board of Education School Christian Endeavor will meet in the entertainment in the chapel at the Chorus Hail Happy Day BUSINESS ESTABLISH ONE OF THE BEST consisting of In Sallie M Kibby stock of goods the citywell establishedgood clenn Lecture Room at 645 p m You are school building at which all of Aluranal Address profitable and a Class 91 trade This Is a One opportunity for a man with invited the little fellows acquitted them 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Orchestra capital A FARM OF on u good turnpike road with a Frankfort selves well and to the satisfaction Overture Methodist Ohurch Rev H G Rev B W Farris Address residence of o rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco uud stock barns beside- all other neces Henderson will preach to morrow of the audiencewhich filled every Chorus Adieu School sary improvements All of the improvements Including the feirclng on this pnpertyaronew morning at 11 oclock and in the seat aisle window and doorway Benediction Rev J W Frazier and lu nrt class condition This farm has a evening at 800 Orchestra Overture quantity ot e tobacco land and would also make The little ones went through their a ilrst class stock farm It also 1ms a young Sunday school meets at 930 a m GRADUATES peach part of the programme like old STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS fruit orchard of a thousand trees besides other The Epworth League will convene TWO 14 acres of John E Jackson Valedictorian Is good property and land In Bridgeport This stagers and seemed to enjoy the Is offered at n bargain in the class room at 730 oclock Rosa A Booker Salutatorian Marga Â¬ performance as much as their ret E Gray Sidney JMiller Vaughn Southern Presbyterian Church audience O Todd Andrew D Coleman Jiev D Clay Lilly the pastor The commencement exercises Dr will occupy his pulpit to morrow Prices Cream Baking Powder morning at 11 oclock and at 8 p m of the High school took place at A Pure Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder Sunday school at 930 CO ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES the Opera House at 8 oclock A FARM OF iiRifissnrv lmnrovftments two imd nthnr build- Â¬ miles from Frankfort This property Is all in TESIDKNCE uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES grass and would make an excellent Dairy or J t street Thl property has a lot C7 by 150 leet Revival Services Rev E O Thursday evening and the and Is weil locattd Garden farm Guerrant D D is coming noxt week ing was filled to overflowing with to hold revival services at the South- Â¬ an audience even greater if such This will a thing were possible than the ern Presbyterian Ohurch be good news to his friends- and to of the night before The those that have heard him preach one These services begin Sunday the 17th essays of the graduates were well Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor preach- Â¬ prepared and excellently read Dandruff Kills ing morning and evening Rev H while the music interspersed in the The Hair G Henderson preaches at this church was a pleasing relief Monday night after that Dr Guer- Â¬ programme Have You Dandruff Following rant will be here and will preach from the monotony Have You a QuarterP BUCKEYE xGivo ub tho Quar morning and evening All are cordi- Â¬ was the order of exercises ter ally invited to attend these services Wo Will Save Rev D O Lilly Invocation Your Hair Class CLOSING OF THE SCHOOLS Welcome To Morn CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Miss Hall The Realism of Myth Song and Chorus Jennie Bell Mr Both the method and results when A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Exorcises of the Grades and Gray and Class Syrup of Figs ia taken it s pleasant known for 15 years as the Higli School Commence Â¬ BEST REMEDY for PILES A Review Spanish Students Solil- Â¬ and refreshing to the taste and acts ment Miss Scottow gently yet promptly on the Kidneys oquy BOtI BT AIX BKUOOI8TS FrepuilbySlOHASCSOiT MED 00 0T LOUIO Miss Haley Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Instrumental Solo swmswt Tlio Colored School Commence The Victories of Peace MissBrawner tem effectually dispels colds head May 12 ly aches and fevers and cures habitual Keen Your ment Miss Hughes constipation J3yrup of Figs is the Vocal Solo BEST IN QUALITY JOST IN QUANTITY Class Poem Stanton Miss Woodson only remedy of its kind ever pro Quarter Judge W H Holt duced pleasing to the taste and ac Lose Your The closing exeicises of the Address Hair Whither ceptable to the stomach prompt in Public School commenced on Misses Gum Graham Payne ts action and truly beneficial m its Sold by All Wednesday morning the Kinder Daniel Smith Haley Graham cflects prepared only from the most Garten class and the first four Presentation of Diplomas Druggists healthy and agreeable substances its Gen P W Hardin many excellent qualities commend it WHITES CREW grades giving an entertainment in feb 10 ly TUADK MAHK Class Song to all and have made it the most the chapel before a large audience GRADUATES popular remedy known The exercises were very interestFOR 20 YEARS Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Miles Norvo and Liver Pills Genevieve Edmond Haley Susan Has led all WORM Remedies ing and greatly enjoyed by those and 81 bottlefl by all leading drugEmma Payne Mary Elizabeth Gum gists EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 Any reliable druggist who Aot on present Martha Floyd Graham Helen Louise may not have it on hand will pro- the liver a new principle regulating Prepared tr In the evening at 8 oclock the Daniel Margaret Meade Woodson cure it promptly for any one who tho nervesstomach and bowels though BICHARDSOS HBDICINR CO ST LOUIS A now discovery Dr in literature of the High John Hook Gray Annie Hopple Half wishes to try it Do not accept any Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness class Muy i2 y bad taste torpid liver pilos constipa- Â¬ School gave an exhibition at the Susan Margaret Smith Naomi Kuth substitute tion Splendid for men women and erlne Graham Prudence Hunt Braw CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ohildron Smallest mildest surest Opera House which was packed new Anna Jane Hughes Ora Scot Job exe L60 dosos for 25 cents Samples free at SAN FRANCISCO CAL from stage to second gallery with tow LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Ky office J Real Estate and Insurance Ags Si FORJ3ALE FOR SALE I I FOR SALE FOR SALE - Â¬ FOR SALE 11 1 FOR SALE FOR I SALE CO - L B MARSHALL ow jk TABLERSniT M OINTMENT riilU P r A a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ J WORMS Â¬ vermifuge Â¬ Â¬ rji - I work neatly cuted at this Â¬ VI ws wj t fliijriifrgfei liiitiiter fT 7 3 1 - fsB a ftflVv I EivX 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices N Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwln 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 Doors Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Class Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Salt Rope arid Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe in need of them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices E7 i 1894 Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets JK P M A gash tCl I 8MS Opposite the Farmers Bank L IT Baso Ball SHELBYVILLE WINS Alton Kv June TIME TABLE A C The home team was shut out in the game with Shelbyville last Sat urday The visitors presented a strong team especially at the bat and deserved their victory al- Â¬ though1 had the locals played with their usual vim and earnestness the score would not have been so Stultz did the bulk of the large visitors field work striking out ten making nine assists and having Mere one put out to his credit dyth also made two pretty catches Of the home teams work the The at- Â¬ least said the better tendance at this game was very large The score Llndsey lb Mathews 8b rf Brown L c Hall 2D Hale cf e I Frankfort ab 4 4 4 4 r In sn po 7 1 7 7 o- Wlntersmlth ss VanDerveer rf II Maloney p uercnaut Totals 3D u 3 2 3 a 3 1 1 One of the most interesting and exciting games of base ball that has been played here during the present season was between the St Clair street team of Frankfort and tKe home boys which result- Â¬ ed in a score of 15 to 14 in favor of the Alton Club on last Satur- Â¬ day afternoon During the entire game great enthusiasm and excitement prevailed among the specta- Â¬ tors who manifested a great in interest each side The batteries were strong but many base hits were made showing great science and skill It was thought for awhile that it would take more than nine innings to settle the contest but during the last half of the ninth inning frre Alton boys made several hits which won a great victory for them The many INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a courtesies that were shown by the package of McCLURES FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and visiting club were greatly appreci- Â¬ will give TEN DOL- Â¬ ated and we would be glad to to the one who brings in the largest squash we LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest have them meet as again THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash A Spectator All to be grown from our seed We nave a large and complete stock of Station Roblipd Â¬ oil GIVEN AWAY M A M SOUTH Lv Lexington P M P M No17 No19 No21 No 23 845 901 917 925 950 6 60 10i3 617 1032 634 1044 641 1219 812 A Ynroallton Midway Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad 2212 155 227 L K MH SON LagrnnKe Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleoaurevllle Eminence 25 67 am 720 883 71 349 806 357 425 448 813 9 C3 46 85 520 935 M 615 636 620 1116 7 rffl 1135 733 1144 745 839 M NOBTH Lv LoulsvlUe Anchorage Pewee Valley P M P P M No18 No20 No22 No 24 735 811 824 933 949 410 433 448 515 542 Boot Shoe Hat and Book Dealers Lagrange Eminence Ploasurevllle Bagdad 80 928 Frankfort Spring Station Midway Yarnallton Ar Lexington 106 1111 1130 1020 1045 50 66 635 64 42 7 05 410 733 428 40 78 466 806 536 85 59 920 929 10 06 620 330 826 5 G9 946 66 621 640 WE No 24 will stop at Anchorage and Ohristiansburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch 0 ii R 7 111 0 0 1 911 Kentucky Midland Ey Only direct line between 24 13 A K Mt SlIELBYVIIIE Meredyth sj Hall ab AD 0 4 5 2 1 0 0 I I 0 n Burnett cf Harrison 2b Hurpny If HIner rf Stultz p Totals Innings Frankfort Hiack McJiiuic lb 1 3 5 4 2 2 l 1 2i0 0 1 no 2 0 1 0 7 U 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 3 13 1 0 3 1 1 0 2 3 4 3 36 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 9 15 9 0 1 0 0 6 0 8 2 12 27 Shelbyville 12345078 T0 000000000 10021130 x- 8 X Earned Runs Shelbyville 1 Three Base Hits Burnett Stolen Bases Llrdey Mithaws 2 Brown Double Play Stultz to Black Bam on Balls 03 Milouej 3 Hltb7Pltjhod Ball Hill of Shelby llo Struck Out Br Maloney 6 by Stultz 10 Passed Balls Brown 1 McQann 1 Time of Gamo 115 Uniplre U B Franklin ANOTHER GAME LOST B i r i Mr ft received from Shelbyville seemed to take all the sand out of Mr Marshalls pets and after getting a long lead in the first inningof Tuesdays game they fell down in the stretch and allowed a picked nine from Louis- ville yclept the O I Cs to win- Â¬ romp past the post an easy A Quarter Century Test There ner in a very slow game was only a small crowd present For a quarter of a century Dr and many of these left after the Kings New Discovery haa been test Â¬ ed and the millions who have re Â¬ sixth inning ceived beneiit from its uho testify to its wonderful curative powers in all The score diseases of throat chest and lungs AB FRAMKrORT R IB BH FO A E A remedy that haB stood the test so 5 0 0 0 6 Llndsey 1L lb 0 0 long and has given so universal satis Â¬ 5 1 3 0 8 3 2 faction is no experimentHalle Each bot- Â¬ 4 2 0 0 Wlntersmlth bs 12 4 tle is positively guaranteed to give Mathews 2b relief or the money will be refunded VanDerreorlt 1 1 0 4 Hale ct l o 0 It is admitted to be the moBt reliable 1 1 1 0 4 Svrango rf 2 l Merchant Sb 2 40 0 0 4 310 for coughsHand colds Trial bottles Maloney p Carpenters drug store free at P 6 Large size 60 cents and 1 89 8 8 T 24 IT 11 Totals - The drubbing window at Elkhorn Station on the Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland Railway about 8 oclock Thursday morning went in broke open the cash drawer and stole all the money about three dollars in change there was in it The station agent was in his garden at the time but a few minutes after a gentleman engaged in buying lambs in the neighbor- Â¬ hood drove up to the station and called to the agent when the party supposed to be the thief a youngrhan about nineteen years of age and a stranger in that section came from the other side of the depot and asked the way On being told to Georgetown he walked off up the track and soon disappeared Capt Redd the agent as soon as he discover ed his loss procured a vehicle and drove to Switzer in search of the fellow but failed to catch him It is thought that when out of sight of the station he crossed over the hill and came back in this direc- Â¬ tion a A thief prized open 9 For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times CINCINNATI Snorteat AND FRANKFORT Between aid quickest H K MoCLTOtE R A White T J SON Gaertner Frankfort lisle Georgetown Uaysville and Paris Fal- - Car VJ Cyalhiana Covington 1 Ransdell Wm Qooih and I TIME TABLE APB 1894 i Allfl pf in j CREEH RIVER TOUt CO rmzmM JMIi River WAREHOUSE f B JTf mT CD - - v Vi IjIjQ Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Ar TBAIN3KAST Lv Frankfort A Lv Summit Lv Elk born LvSwltzer Lv Stamping Ground Duvall Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevllle I A No M 1 p x 410 421 428 438 444 4 16 No 8 F X No 7 700 716 711 718 728 734 740 746 765 820 830 I Johnson B 460 467 503 Elizabeth Paris Paris Junction TRAINS WEST ai6 C I 08 513 521 525 538 535 100 110 125 140 200 210 220 235 300 320 335 345 400 A M No 2 9 05 JMIM Lv Paris Junnctlon Lv Paris C Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar M I P K No 4 No 8 INoU 561 440 fllU 605 615 619 6 27 StSsHn ArEllzabeth Armtdrvllls Newtown Green Tobacco Warehouse Props LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Georgetown Duvall C S Depot Johnson Switzer B WHITE RANSBELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS Stamping Ground ii oo liio- 1037 1147 1163 915 920 928 940 465 621 a 641 645 661 703 6 57 GREEN RIVER HOUSE Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge Elknorn 1117 720 Summit 1123 726 Frankfort A 1130 735 A connects with L4N B connects with Q O and L S 0 connects with K C 7 13 747 800 aiO aso aeo 905 915 925 540 600 tgpWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf S B SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 900 a m Arr Georgetown 1000 a m Lve Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort 1130 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec am Holmes HOLMES FOSTEB BAIRD tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents C D BEBCAW c35 IBA KID J E B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Ait GEOTb HABPER Gen Supt JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Soaps Toilet DEALERS in Fancy GoodsWillards Articles Balsam Perfumery Patent Medicines agents for Cough Orders sent promptly to all parts of the city TELEPHONE RING 44 June 2 ly fRECElVEKS 4111301 5220101 40000 200 143 2 2 0 0 3 9 C 0 tub S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RODTE meii iimiir ONLY ONE NIGHTS RI DB m 1 The machinery of the Capital City Chair Company is nearly all Crane lb 5 0 2 0 10 Currylt up and the first chairs made at Wilson p 4 their new factory were set up on o 27 14 1 Totals 40 12 12 Thursday The company is rapid- Â¬ Innings T 12345678 928 ly getting things in shape to Frankfort 402000 00 x 12 employ a full force of hands and O I O 10002504 will soon be turning out a large Earned Runs Frankfort 20 L C3 wo Baso Hits Hale VunDerveer Schenkel stock of first class goods Slater 3b Mitchell Sohenkel Davis o 0 Hachss I 2b C Montzcf rf All 2 6 5 4 6 5 RlB 8R FO A E The First Chairs LOUISVILLE TQ to MEMPHIS 32 00 00 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 0 4 6 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE 1 0 0 5110000 100 011 0 0 0 0 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meuia that the Queen and Creteent Rout It IT mllee ihorleil between Cincinnati anil Lutlngtoii S3 mllee ihorteit Cincinnati to Ulr nilnaham 90 mile ihorteat Cincinnati to New Orleans lOimileiiborteee Cincinnati to CbatUnocgi Atlanta or JacktonrllU Florida MEMPHIS YICKSBURG NEW 0ELEANS AND ALL POINTS SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS tetweta all of the abore poind Through Can to Vlciilnr ami Mireve Only lino running through can Cincinnati to hnoxvllle and port AtheTille N O Direct line to Team and Mexico vU New Orleaoi or Ailt agent about toun to California From LouliTllle via Rhrereport Hhelbyvllle and Lawrtncekurg direct connection la made at Lexington with veetlliuhd tralni to all iolut iiuutu W 0 RINEARSOy Agent Cincinnati O Oenl Southwest Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co if not address Davis Montr Curry Stolen Bases nach Schenkel Davis Montz Mitchell Double Play Hach to Schenkel to Crane Bases on Bulls Off Wilson 2 off Maloney lilt by Pitched Ball Hach Struck Out By Maloney 5 bv Wilson 9 Wild Pltches WHson 2 Time of Garae 230 Umpires Richardson and Ben Marshall Sometime ago I was troubled with an attack of rheumatism I used Chamberlains Fain Balm and was completely oured I have since ad Â¬ vise many of my friends and cus Â¬ tomers to try the remedy and all speak highly of it Simon Goldbaum San Luis ReyOal For Bale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist lanr W Traveling J MoBRLDE Puss Agent Louisville QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE General Ky Pusener Agnt Liulsvllk T BLYNOH Ky frit VI RffiJHHHn t BBsa T Hidden Emotion Oft on tho oceans silent crest Wo seeno sign save peace nml rest No ripples on tho surface tell That undercurrents surge nnd swell IiOTJISVILIiTC TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DUKBETT FURNISHED BY QL0VEU LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE r I- - outside quotations The numerous reports which have reached us from the various burley counties would in- Â¬ dicate that about 70 per cent of tho intended crop has reached tho hill Miss Lutie Johnson of Frank under conditions fully as favorable as usual lin who has been visiting friends The following quotations fairly rephere returned to her home on resent- our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Thursday of last week Trash dark or damaged 50 5 60 Hon W C tobacco Our champion 50 Owens is on the war path while Common Oolory trash 4 00 Medium to cood colory the great apostle of shame is on 5 00 50 trash 50 Common lugs not colory 4 50 the run 6 50 Common Colory lugs Mrs Lizzie Gibson of Texas Medium to good colory 7 50 10 00 lugs who is visiting relatives here will Common to medium leaf 8 50 12 0C leave in a few days for her home Medium to good leaf 16 00 12 00 18 00 16 00 Billie B says we wear Owens Good to fine leaf 18 00 23 50 Select or wrappery badges and tell lies on him Billie O says the only way to lie on 100 Beward 100 Breckinridge is to say that e Breckinridge can tell the truth The readers of the Roundabout to learn that will be pleased We never said it bhero is at least one dreaded disease Miss Nannie Gaines will soon that science ha b been able to cure in all leave us to resume her duties in its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure the only positive cure We are now known toisthe medical fraternity the schools of Japan sorry to have Miss Nannie go from Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ us to a land so distant but her ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is duty ahd life work is there so no internally acting directly upontaken the solicitation from friends will induce blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying the foun- Â¬ her to stay dation of the disease and giving the A short time ago a certain pre- Â¬ patient strength by building up the cinct made out a list of its Breck- Â¬ constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors inridge voters which was submitted doing so its work much faith in its curative have to the inspection of an Owens that they offer One Hundred man and he found on it the names Bowers for any case that it fails to list of testimonials of not less than fourteen avowed cure Send forOHBENEY CO P J unforgiving unrelenting and un Toledo O u Sold by druggists 75c All right forgetting Owens men boys you count now and we will On to Washington count at the election The Misses Fogg entertained their friends with a social dance one night of last week 1 Â¬ Sales on our market for the wook And so the human breast mar burn just closed amount to 234 hhds with With pity love or bitter scorn receipts for tho same period of 1875 And still there bo no sign no trace hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ No Index written on the fnce uary 1st amount to 84227 hhds Sales C L ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 84348 hhds D ackers Wo have had a very active market this week for burloy tobacco in jjood Weather warm and dry condition All grades above very Growing crops look well but common sorts have shown more strength and prices have been nenrer need rain GO QUICKLY TO- i Crutcher Siarks t X The Great Free SaSe Still Going On V H Clothing Hats Mens Furnishings Mens Ladies Misses and Boys Shoes 8 Choice of 400 mens all wool suits were 15 and 12 Go Choice of 200 Boys suits long pants all wool ages 1 to 19 were 12 and 10 This splendid Watch with every cash sale and over 15 quickly and get them at IJO 0 Your choice only IJA MU The ladies of the Forks of Elk horn Baptist Church gave a supper one night last week at which were present a small but very select party The affair was an enjoya- Â¬ ble one but we did not learn at to the financial success of the oc- Â¬ casion Get a crowd together about evenly divided between Owens and Breckinridge if you want to see fun The Owensites make the fur fly and the Breckinridgeites let their feathers fall The followers of the apostle pf shame are in a bad pickle when they must resort to anonymous letters to circulate their lies against Mr Owens The writer of -- that f letter would not confess his guilt for his right arm Unable to establish anything de rogatorv to the character of Mr Owens the cowardly dastard hides A man behind anothers name might go and perambulate all the nooks and corners of hell with the strongest search light and he would scarcely find a devil equal in low groveling degrading and infamous meanness to this dirty cowardly puppy who seeks to injure his fellow man under the shadow of a hidden identity The Woodford Sun and other papers reported Breckinridge as saying in his Frankfort speech We all know how easily women or similar lan- Â¬ are led astray Mr B did use that language guage in almost if not those iden- Â¬ tical words and we can so establish It seems though the Breckinridge papers like Breckin- Â¬ ridge himself cant tell the truth Died Of political heart failure on the nth inst W C P Breck- Â¬ inridge The deceased breathed his last in the city of Lexington The funeral was attended by rejoicing thousands Chief pallbear- Â¬ ers W C Owens and E E Settle much-talked-oÂ¬ Â¬ Three years ago the only authentic map of the Virginia battlefields u as prepared in the War Department for the Chesa- Â¬ Ohio Railway Co 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 occasion of the K of P Encampment at Washington in August and will be mailed free after June ist upon application to C B Ryan Assistant General Passenger Agent C O Ry Cincinnati O In connection 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 of the battlefields as a sketch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We can furnish anything that a man wears from his head to h his feet to do business in to travel in to work in to sleep If J a ittt t JLjCIlJLV VV AJJXJJlJ ji mm JTJJJLJJ A XJJCXX VV JLXJJ J Yirxr a r wttt t W kivc l no matter how low the price and save him some money in every instance People are finding it out all over the country Are yon t JLLX rrrTcz ttj t VV CRUTCHER JOE T STATEN t fe CO 4 1 STARKS -A-srs m l-V- fc3 ffww vtairegieivvAtwLjMtvjsf vvav Have purchased the entire stock of ie3e- i V v - MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to i 8 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST 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 G P A FURNITURE b Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Plilmnn And Only First I 5 M1 i Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Rnffift Rloonora Accommodations -- W 1 t facturing Co 4 fr ft -- for runner Information Address Clns tJJ1 f Sff- - S tlE1 BLBrjuCPA OR M Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ot SOLID OAK SUIT OHEVAL M KY M 4 LOUISVILLE TIIE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facilities at Chicago Â¬ 1500 1800 i i 4 Jas Barker GP A Chicago 111 fe j I BULLDOFUS m A True Friend need is a friend in Â¬ Every family should be pre deed pared to treat scalds barns bruises wounds cuts o by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinment handy No other remedy gives such quid relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils ohapped lips and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 50c at P H OAitPENTEits drug store o A friend in Â¬ picturesque portion of tho 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 Loland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also mado at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buiret Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer acroas Cincinnati to make Â¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most Gome now and look we have 100 i Suits and over 300 Bedsteads i to sen m vne next iew montns i i mi Posts Feb I have for sale 2 coo A No CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply u me on my premises T N Arnold 1 L 226 ANN STREET i 2 tf JACOB SWIGERT I3STST7 A3SrCE3 CO AGENTS connections Your ticket should read via tho Big Four Route to enjoy those privileges E OMcCohmiok Pass Traffic Mgr D B Maktin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Buggies carriages and surreys Easement nf the Capital Hntel repaired and repainted in the very Co BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a best style by G Ii Mastin short time 38 3t v Why not you Should you lutor decldo to enter our college you would receive credit for the utriount paid Four weeks by our method of teuchlni bookÂ¬ keeping Is eaual to 12 weeks by the old plan Positions Guaiuntked under certain conditions Send for our Free Illustrated 80 page catalogue and state your wants i Address J F dhauoiion President Drnuchons Practical Business College and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Naslit vllle Tenn Eleven Teachers COO Students tho nastyear No vacation Enter anytime Cmui DOAUI N U We pay 5 cash for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported to us provided we nil same Mention this rapor when you write Wo recently prepared books on tne above es pecially adapted to Home Study Sent on GO days trial Ilundiedshave been bentlltfd hun Â¬ dreds of dollars by ordering our publications Â¬ Shorthand BOOK KEEPING and Penmanship tl W 1 v V X t