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I1 ifi tr b us p Iw vf The GEO A Mmfoet A Eomdabout TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO IW VOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 23 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Will 13uild a Brick 42 Highest of all in Leavening Power RoI IU V Baking Powder PURE A Well Managed Institution The Peoples Homestead snd Savings Association will open a new class of Stock on the first of July and if you wish to invest your money where you will re- Â¬ ceive prompt and sure returns this is your chance This is the only Building and Loan Association which has paid out two classes of stock six months in advance of the time specified for it to mature If you want to make small savings and receive a good interest on the same this is the place to put your Go and see Capt Jacob money Swigert the Secretary at his office on Ann street and subscribe for any number of shares you may desire ABSOLUTE A Wild Ride Monday moring the funeral procession following the retrains of the late John Ed Hawkins was coming down the Versailles pike and when about six miles from this city the horses attached to the hack containing the widow and children of the deceased be came unmanageable and ran away They darted by the hearse and de- Â¬ spite the efforts of the driver ran at break neck speed down the Messrs Robert Hawkins pike and Pat OBrien were in one buggy just behind and Mr Fred Laval in another and laying whip to For a their horses gave chase mile there was a mad race but just in front of Excelsior Institute the runaways began to slow up when the pursuing buggies closed in upon them and Mr Laval jumped out caught one of the horses by the bit and assisted the driver in bringing them to a stand still Mrs Hawkins and children kept their seats and were unhurt but one of the horses kicked the dashboard of the hack out Â¬ X EA Dr O H Reynolds will in a few days begin the erection of a BILLIARDS AND POOL double tenement house upon the ROBERT GORDON lot adjoining his residence on CHAS G PAYNE Painter and Paperhanger Third street he recently purchased Billiards and Pool from Col J Stoddard Johnston FURNISHED ON The Club Main Street ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders The house will be two stories The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and left at M P Jriys Hardware Store wilt receive prompt attention 31 3ra Bowling Alleys attached 3Itr with a pressed brick front and each tenement will contain six LAWYERS CONFECTIONER rooms and an attic It is to be JOHN R TODD WM CROMWELL built in modern style and will be a Manufacturing Attorney at Law handsome structure Dr Rey- Â¬ Confectioner nolds has only been a resident of Frankfort Kentucky St Clair Street this city about three years but Home made Candles 41 Nuts and Ice Cream Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in the Fruits Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties during that time has built himself and Soda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ Near new bridge chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and th e negotiation of loans a beautiful home and is now about DROGS to further beautify and adorn the W CHINN R section of town in which he lives W H AVERILL Attorney at Law Druggist It is a great pity the city has not more such public spirited citizens Frankfort Kentucky Main Street opp City Hall Business and Professional Directory Sold Her Home Mrs S P Browder has sold her A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Will practice In all State Courts Cigars and Tobacco specialty Prescriptions floor Custom House compounded at all hours Office second h Wf house and lot on Shelby street to Mr Luther Crutcher for 3500 and will remove to Louisville to reside NO W R WILLIAMS Druggists Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all hours A flne line of Fancy Toilet Articles FLOUR AND FEED GUY BARRETT News Dealer and 314 Main Street Bookseller Fine Stationery Periodicals oj all kinds Fancy Goods CO NEWSDEALER 332 Main Street A Physician Notable Colored Wedding There was a marriage in high life among the colored people at Â¬ w V l m KV lift K ri Son have received this Milam week an order for two No 3 reels from Herr W Wiesman of Zurich Switzerland and a firm in Vienna Austria has written for a They now have to price list brand their reels B C Milam Son Frankfort Ky U S A the Corinthian Baptist Church at noon on Wednesday the contracting parties being Owen Robinson an employe of Messrs W A Co and the bride Gaines Maria Warren daughter of the late Sol Warren for so many Special Judge in the Mountains years the popular waiter at the Judge Thos H Hines returned Capital Hotel There were four Monday from Clay county where ushers and three couples of attendhe went to attend court having ants and everything went off nice been appointed by the Governor ly The bride and grom are both as special judge to try an impor- worthy and industrious young tant case in which Judge Clark people and we wish them much Democrai the regular judge of the circuit joy and prosperity during life Aftei disposing of They left that afternoon for a A Democrat is a man who believes in Free could not sit Trade but not to an alarming extent that case Judge Hines was unani short bridal tour especially if it hits on something that m ously elected by the bar to try hes interested in lie has an especial Joslnh AJlons Wire fondness for holding office in which Judge The famous authoress of My Opin several other cases states Clark was interested as an attorney ions and B6tsy Bobbetts that she owes her freedom from colds and his stay was prolonged for two and general good health during the a RepMican weeks He enjoyed his trip very winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re much and came back evidently gards as the greatest medicine of the A Republican is a man who believes in been her Dr benefited by his sojourn in the age Old yearsHale havingher great Protection but not to an alarming ex ago gives physician tent especially if it hits on something mountains He was accompanied confidence in all of Dr Hales House that hes interested in He has art hold remedies the best in the world especial fondness for holding office by his son Master Will who also Sold by PH Carpenter 0 had a fine time Killed by Idglitiihig New Car Coining 5 a Populist During the thunder storm on The Capital Railway Company Monday a tree on the farm of Mr Populist is man who have ordered a new double L B Marshall near this city A men ought ato diyide believes that rich up with poor motor car the size of No 6 was struck by lightniqg and a men but not to an alarming extent especially if he is the one who has to which will be here on the 26th horse belonging to Judge L Hord divide with the other fellow He has an especial fondness for holding office springs and brakes have which was standing near was New been put on Nos 6 7 and 8 killed by the shock The horse and when the new car arrives was old and worthless and the Wnais ine Difference Nos 7 and 8 which now have Judge suffers no great loss single motors will be changed Will bo Closed Monday Theres not a bit of difference between to double motors so that they Democrat a Republican and a Popu list theyre all human all after the can climb any grade on the line The Kentucky river will be Almighty Dollar So am I and Im with ease closed to navigation on Monday getting a heap many of em Why Because we take o am lor tne purpose next at World Wide Reputation of putting in a new gate at Lock LITTLE PROFITS The fame of the Milam fishing No 4 The Ladles reel made in this city is spreading IN OUR TRADE all over Europe and Messrs The pleasant effect and perfect Â¬ Â¬ Seldom recommends a proprietary PAINTERS medicine A great many use our REOCK DONALDSON Household Remedies both in their Flour Meal Feed and families and in their practice Dr W B BRIDGEFORD N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes Country Produce us that ho has had occasion to use The Painter Fincel Block South Side Dr Hales Household Ointment in several cases of burns and thinks it Oysters Fish and Game in season Choice 10 St Clair StreeL He writes he has Pickles and Preserves has few equals also used the Dr Hales Household Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand Tea in his own femily and finds it is LIVERY so good that he cannot afford to do without it It is the great blood pu Â¬ MANGAN DARNELL rifier and nerve tonic Positively cures dyspepsia constipation bilious Â¬ Fine Livery 25 and 59 cents per pack ness etc Â¬ age at P H Carpenters drug store Terms Reasonable d office Â¬ 219 Main Street cuted at this Job work neatly exe WmM How To Wl Save Money rii Bring house try to credit your CASH and get the benefit of it in buying from a that does not sell Tom Dick and Harry on credit and make up on the cash customers what he looses in bad accounts Â¬ Â¬ lists finer Hose Lawn mowers Wire Screen Gioiti AND A HUNDRED OF OTHER ITEMS Â¬ Â¬ iiat HARDWARE MERCHANT Black fie Hursey DEALERS IN Â¬ FINE HOPS id SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF safety with which ladiemay use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs under all condi- Â¬ tions make it their favorite reme- Â¬ dy To get the true and genuine article look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Co printed No near the bottom of the package TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND IliTSTEirS 1 214 St Clair street next door to R K McClure mar 10 3n 232 uT2T STEEET HPbMMH9kF0 s2kL fflti m 1 2 Kv Hudson HumphriesCassell kSuBauaHUBarsyiiaiaauaaafiacauuuacakauuuE T IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR v t V IS i Ja Ready Made Clothing -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 e always have time to show our goods and talk to you r2 about them rt RaKaFxanaranarsacacanaRarjaKariannraaRananaaRiarinKarafsanarsaPsananarsana Kariaranar3aRar3aKaciaGa - Hud son PERSONAL Mr Bat Welch of Lexington spent Monday in this city Mrs S E James left Tuesday morning for Louisville Col J D Powers of Owensboro was in the city Wednesday Miss Mary Halloran arrived from Nazareth Thursday evening MisB Janie Dehoney is visiting Miss DessieWingate near Midway Miss Mary Keith Miles is visiting Miss Sadie Fogg in the country Miss Ruth Ely returned on Satur Â¬ day last from a visit to Danville Senator John H Weller of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city Wednesday Miss Clara Buckley returned Thurs day from school at Nazareth Academy Mrs Frank B Richardson who has been quite ill is very much improved Miss Katie Halloran attended the Â¬ IJLXjLJL Col W phriesCassell m Mr and Mrs Coley Whitehead MrsThos B Macklin who is now steamboating between Cincinnati and Memphis is at home on a visit MissElla Wingate who has been visiting relatives here returned to her home near Midway Thursday Mrs John E Miles and mother Mrs Hawkins left Monday to visit relatives in Midway and Versailles Mrs John T Buckley attended the commencement exercises atNazareth near New Haven Nelson county this week Prof Mcllenry Rhoads wife and children left yesterday to spend the summer near Millwood Grayson Â¬ Laura Hodges of Lexington is visiting her cousin Miss Laura Hughes on Second street Misses Nellie and Elizabeth Hender- Â¬ son of New Orleans are visiting Mr and Mrs Sam D Johnson Miss Katie Lindsey returned Tues day from Princeton N J where she attended the commencement Miss Virgie Goin of Jett Station spent several days this week visiting Miss Â¬ the city on his way to Monterey Owen county whore he speaks this afternoon Mr Will A Buckley is at home from school at St Marys College He won the gold medal offered as a prize in the music class Miss Jennie Sharp of Lexington who haB been the guest of Miss Rebecca Williams on Second street returned home Thursday Hon A J Carroll and bride of Louisville spent Sunday in tnis city with Mrs Os parents Judge W H Holt and wife on Campbell street Mr Grant L Roberts loft yesterday for Denver Colorado to attend the meeting of the National League of Republican Clubs as a delegate lrom this congressional district Mr J B Vernon wife and daughter of Louisville who have been visiting Mr W H Jeffries and wife on Logan 0 P Breckinridge is in Centre Cento The Centre College Cento is the title of a neatly printed and nu- Â¬ merously illustrated magazine pub- Â¬ lished by the students of Centre College Danville a copy of which lies open before us Mr T Lindsey Blayney of this city was one of Me editors-in-chei- f the past year and the copy upon our desk contains much of his work The matter contained in the mag- Â¬ azine is exceedingly well written and highly interesting Every graduate of old Centre or one who has ever attended the college should by all means have it sent to him regularly as it will renew his youth and bring back very pleasantly the memory of his school days Ginghams GSaS American Ginghams 8 cents reduced from 12 cents French Ginghams 23 cents reduced from 29 cents 4i 2t Sam D Johnson Co Organdies Finest French Organdies cents reduced from 45 cents 4i 2t Sam D Johnson Co I 35 Colored Woolen Dress Goods We offer our entire stock of Colored Woolen Dress Goods Sam D Johnson Co cost at 4i 2t Millinery at Cost All of our trimmed and un trimmed hats and bonnets will be sold at cost Co 4i 2t Sam D Johnson ana day Mrs Loulio B Longmoor left Mon- Â¬ day for a visit to relatives in Cynthi Mrs K 0 Berry and Mrs L 0 Kendall spent this week in Cincin Miss Â¬ commencement at Nazareth Thurs- Â¬ nati Laura Graves of Mt Sterling is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hazel-rigg- Rev Wm E Gorey returned to this city Wednesday very much improved in health Hon James E Stone Clerk of last House of Representatives is visiting friends here Mrs Maurice Power of Lexington visited her mother in this city on Monday last Mrs John W R Williams is spend ing the week with her fathers family at Spring Hill Mrs Sallie C Berryman is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Church at Â¬ Stedmantown Mrs A H McOlure visited her uncle Mr Geo W Riley in Shelby vllle this week Miss Mary Holister of Marshall Texas is the guest of Mrs H S Hale on Second Btreet Mrs John Y Brown and daughters will leave soon to spend the summer in the mountains Miss Mary C Cromwell of Lexing Â¬ ton is visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Second street Mr Geo T Browder of Louisville spent several days with his mother in this city this week Mrs Mary Hendrick and Minn Janie Swigert Hendrick left Tuesday morning for Louisville street for the past two weeks re turned Home Wednesday Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel left Thursday for Cambridge Mas Â¬ sachusetts to attend the commence- Â¬ ment exercises of Harvard Univer- Â¬ county sity from which institution their Mr Weisiger Lindsey who gradu- brother George graduates ated from Princeton College New Jersey last week returned home ofMajor H 0 McDowoll and family Lexington and Misses Smith of Monday Louisville Houston of New York Mrs W P Hudson and little daugh- Â¬ and Stites Duvall of this city came ter left Thnrsday for Stamford Con- Â¬ down on the boat Sunday from necticut to spend the summer with Tyrone where they had spent the night After spending a few hours relatives in this city they left on tho C O M H Hazelrigg who has been for Lexington Miss visiting relatives here for several Misses Ada Bennett daughter of days past returned to Mt Sterling Judge Caswell Bennett and Miss Wednesday Mary Halloran sister of Miss Katie Miss Louise Daniel of Bardstown Halloran both graduated from Naza- Â¬ Junction iB visitinfr hnr nmminR reth Academy on Wednesday Miss Misses Maggie and Louise Daniel on Halloran carried off the honors of Cross street her class and Miss Clara Buckley of Miss Rose Crittenden entertained a this city had a prominent part in the few young lady and gentlemen friends musical programme of the occasion at tea at her home on the South Side Tuesday evening Recovers Ills Speech Prof J D Coleman of the Oityi Alphonco Hempling of Summit School loft Wednesday for his home in Western Kentucky to spend the township Butler Co Penn made an summer vacation iwuuuviu wiiiu um uivuivd-jdui-unull who had had St Vitus Dance for Miss BiancaOzapski who has been twelve years was lost his the guest of Miss Katie Green for completely cureu alter speech three using several days has returned to her bottles of Dr Miles Reitorative home in Louisville Nervine and also recovered his Thousands testify to won Â¬ Mrs W R Kennedy after a two speech weeks visit to her uncle Ed C derful cures from using ic for nerSlaughtor has returned to her homo vous diseases dyspepsia nervous debility dullness confusion of mind in Topeka Kansas headache c Four doses of this Mr H G Reynolds of Staranincr Nervine cured Mrs W E Ground who has been attending South Bend Ind who hadBurns been Washington and Leo University Lex suffering with cotiBtant headache for ington Va is visiting his uncle Dr three months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ O H Reynolds on Third street gant book free at J W Gaylos 4 Mrs Dr Berry entertained a num Â¬ ber of young ladies at tea Wednes Â¬ TOn DYSPEPSIA Indigestion mid Ptnunpb dlwlor8 taio day evening in honor of her guests HltOWNS 1IION BITTEltS Miss Flora Nail of Louisville and All dealers kern It 8t pcrbottle f eniilnohnu IruQc man anil croKed red ilucsou wrapper Miss Lizzie Harrison of New York iu Â¬ Â¬ Matting We will close out our stock of Mattings at a big reduction 4i 2t Sam D Johnson Co EPU Advertised Kentucky letters at Frankfort Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending i3E Sa3j O 3 r A ua CD June 23 1894 Avery Mrs Anna Blackwell W S Beob Mr Jim Botts Mrs Annie Graves James Ragan Mrs Ruth Raill ey Mr R G Kaiiiy Mr j RosboU Miss t CO Hockensmith Mrs Carrie Stockton Valen- Â¬ Hord Oarly tine Hay H K Taylor Miss Kate Smith J 0 Walton Mrs Liz Â¬ Kelley Mrs Dan zie Maotin Mr Ed Perry Crook Regowsky Rev Porter Scott Mrs Ella Shaw Mr T Reid Emma Ssl 0S5 w u as accN j CO Wwmmm HSltt raws UiS Co sg n zs fl o eer 3 CO 1 1 tarf w Hal- w i sigmund When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised 3c3 a et Dr Ilalos Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world Physicians Puzzled their left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in nervous and heart diseases who1 Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in tho most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cuts BruiseH Burns has proven that this habit arises Chilblains Sores of long standing Â¬ irom a diseased Heart He has ex- Corns and BunionB are cured quickly amined and kept on record thousands different from all else superior to all of cases His New Heart Cure a else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes wonderful remedy is sold at Ji W Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Gaylos Thousands testify to its Carpenters drug store 8 value as a cure for Heart Disease Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Col Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder says its effects on her were marvelous Elegant book on heart disease free 4 A Pure Grapj Cream ot Tartar Powder It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Many persons are unable to sleep Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures on -- m jTF A S rwWWr vr vwjpyiPvllij L EflUUEa SWBE1 TV if ST - SILVER INLAID SPOONS Tea Sooois Table Spoons IT H- m Guaranteed for a term of 25 years - 250 500 per set per set KLv i ri - These Spoons and Forks are 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 plate By this process it is impossible for spoons or forks to show any wear whatever The Leading Jeweler Sunday School V A- M A SELBE CLiiclminti FRANKFORT KY a--T lf I If- - Excursion will to Base Ball rlTw -- - OUR HATED RIVAL WINS Sr be run from this city to Cincinnati on Thursday next June 28th for the benefit of the Sunday school chil- Â¬ dren of the city and county to give them an opportunity of visit- Â¬ ing the Queen City and the Zoological garden The rates to Sunday-school children will be but one dollar street car fare and admis- Â¬ sion to the garden included To outsiders the rate will be one dol- Â¬ lar and fifty cents with street car fare and gate fee to the garden xtra Children and others living in the country who wish to go should purchase their tickets the first of next week as the mana- Â¬ gers of the excursion must know before hand how many are going in order to secure cars enough to ac- Â¬ commodate the crowd The train will leave the Kentucky Midland Â¬ An excursion train The team from Versailles can Vidi Vici and right well too for to we descend into modern slang were not in it last Friday Both teams were especially strengthened for the occasion but it seemed as if the Shelbyville hoodoo was still in the air not- Â¬ withstanding two of the Shelby ville players were on our side When two runs were made by the visitors without a single hit in the first inning the result was a foregone conclusion Although he held the visitors down to five hits in four innings Moloney was relieved by VanDerveer in -- the fifth Dick pitched a good game barring his wildness while his support was much better than that accorded Maloney but the game was already won For the visitors Reaman was effective throughout keeping the hits well scattered The home teams only chance was spoiled by Pot Reaman in the eighth Two runs had come in and the bases were full with on- Â¬ ly one out when Merchant knock- Â¬ ed an apparently safe liner over second All the players started for home but were dumbfounded to see Pot run backward leap into the air and pull the ball down with his left hand then fire it over to Procter and complete the finest double play of the season Had there been any necessity for it a triple could have been made so sure were the runners that the ball would land safe The score novf say with FlUNKFOKT All G CeasarVeni THE ABOVE COT REPRESENTS OUR- - SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Call and inspect our new line of P Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents LeCompte Apr Gayle Co played Semple of Louisville who has been doing such fine work for the Sewanee College club and who opposed Sanders in the box when that club beat the L A Cs at Louisville is thought to be the man South Side present season was between the Polsgrove team of Flat Creek and the home boys which resulted in a score of 8 to 6 in favor of Â¬ ll 3m U Station promptly at 650 oclock Thursday morning and every one wishing to go should be on hand at that time Matrimonial Sharp Smiley Mr Geo W Mr Sharp of Clifton and Miss Lida C Smiley of Bridgeport were married at the Presbyterian in Bridgeport Thursday Church afternoon at 4 oclock The pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Clifton officiating The wedding was a very beautiful one and was witnessed by a large number of friends of the contracting parties and invited guesjs The happy young couple after the marriage went to visit the grooms parents where they were Â¬ announced that the club would be re organized Wicks Lindsey arrived home Monday night and played second in Tuesdays game while Charlton Wallace came down from Lexing- Â¬ ton to help out until the new men were selected Swango was unable to play and young Downing catcher for the City School nine played in right field The game itself was not especially noteworthy in any respect Tilford was not batted very hard but his gifts of bases on balls were very costly as they were generally followed by hits On the other hand VanDerveer kept the visi- Â¬ tors hits so well scattered that at no time were thev able to get within hailing distance of the home The best field work clubs score was done by Gleisner and Daniels for the visitors and Wintersmith and Merchant for the locals The official score Â¬ Lindsey II lb Wallace cl Hall c Lindsey W 2b VanDerveer p Merchant Sb Downing Frankfort ab G It 2 4 111 811 PO A Wintersmith ss liaie it rf given an elegant reception Miss Lucy Brown was It U the or- Â¬ Meredith 8b Mathews rf McGann c Lliulsejlb III Sit 00 1 PI A E 2 2 4 5 4 4 6 ganist of the occasion Japtiyctl the Medals Miss Agnes Thompson daughter re- Â¬ of Dr G F Thompson Â¬ Wlntersmltli ss VanDerveer cf p Muloney p cl llall2b Mercnuntlr Totals 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 1 0 0 0 1 u 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 G 5 5 87 All 5 3 0 0 13 10 0 0 10 8 2 110 2 13 00 5 10 0 4112 12 3 1 2 0 7 1 1 1 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 8 0 Versailles tried her usual tactics at Shelbyville on Tuesday and when the Shelbyville boys refused to allow the Versailles umpire to Alofficiate they left the field though the gentleman in question Mr Scott of Lexington demon- Â¬ strated a perfect fairness and capability in the game played here last Friday still if he was not sat- Â¬ isfactory to the Shelbys they had the rght to reiuse him As they offered the Versailles boys the choice of two competent men they did all that could be expected of them Frank Barret will be home from college by July 1st Frank will add much to the strength of the club and when the new bat 2ltery gets down to work the boys o1 will show their rivals that they l have not forgotten how to o 0 play ball Â¬ Â¬ the Swallowfied club on last Saturday afternoon Louring the entire game great enthusiasm and excitement prevailed among the spectators who manifested great interest in each side McDonald pitched the first four innings and the score stood 6 to 4 when Rice went in the box and pitched the 5th 6th 7th and 8th innnings and the visitors got in two runs which Mc- Â¬ made the score 6 and 6 Donald then went back into the box and whitewashed them The home boys made two runs in their last inning making the score stand 8 to 6 Four Big Successes Having the needed merit to more than make good all the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenominal sale Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds each bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the great remedy for Liver Stomach and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world and Dr Kings new Life Pills which are a perfect pill All these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and the dealer whoso name is attached herewith will be glad to tell you more of them Sold at P H Carpenters drug store 9 0 l 4 4 Totals Berkheim llacb lloltzclaw ss Wblttman rf Trottner el Sheridan It Gleisner c Tilford p Totals Innings Frankfort Bemhelm Dutcbeii Daniels 3b 2b 0 27 PO G II 5 I 00 02 7 0 811 0 2 2 21 14 A it 1 lu sit 2 0 3 0 a as Al 4 4 5 5 3 It 12 K 1 jb 4 G 2 0 0 1 10 110 2 6 Veihailles lit IO K KL E 3 2 turned Wednesday from White Hacli 3b Drown ss 1 0 l Davis 1 1 2 0 10 Sulphur where she has been at iioamimc J 2b 3 2 0 fi Huauian 0 2 0 tending Mount Admirabalis Aca3 McCirew It 1 4 1 1 00 0 3 l00 6 0 1 emy during the past session She Proctorcr lb 4 1 0 iierry 0 3 0 Italley rf 0 2 0 0 0 carried off the honors in nearly Totals 38 10 8 0 27 all of her classes winning five Innings 12346678 9 T3 gold medals and tying another Frankfort 000000120 10 21230020 x young lady for a sixth one and Versailles losing it by being so unfortunate Earned Runs None Two Daso lllts Meredjth Malonoy Davis 2 as to draw the wrong cut when G Reaman the tie was decided by lot She Threo Base lilt O Reaman is a very bright young lady and Stolon Bases Mercdyth McGann VanDerveer Double Plays J Reaman to Proctor Huch to we predict will stand at the head J Reaman to Proctor of her class on commencement j utiau uii uuiiB yju juiiiuuoy i on vunuerveor 5 5 3 4 37 110 0 2 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 9 2 a o J 2 o 0 G o 8 3 jo 10 6 2 1 o i -0-13 o 27 12 j 7 nin- 620 20102 12 - i- 46 7 1 10 8 02 1 0 if Earned Runs Frankfort 3 Bernhelms 2 Two Base lilts Wlntersmltli Three Base lilts W Lindsey Wallace Whit man Stolen Bases IL Lindsey Wallaco 3 Ilall 2 Merchant 3 Daniels Whitman 2 Trottner Double Play lloltzclaw to Hach to Dutcheu Bases on Balls Off Tilford 7 off VanDerveer 2 Â¬ St day several years hence Bargains In Vehicles KM fr In addition to their regular line the Kentucky Buggy Harness Works offer very cheap several second hand buggies and survies also a good jersey wagon and one buckboard All in good running order 42 3t The Frankforts played the Paris club at Paris yesterday afternoon lilt by Pltoher Meredyth 2 McGann but the result had not been learned Struck Out By Reaman 10 by Maloney 1 at the time of our going to press VanDerveer 3 Wild Pitches Maloney VanDorveor The Fred Nicelys of Louisville NOTES Time of Game 1 65 Umpire Scott of Lexington Roxy Davis our old time will play at Thorn Hill Park tocatcher has again been signed day at 330 A GAME WON AT LAST j and will hereafter do the backstop Swallowfield June 14 94 After the loss of the game with work at Thorn Hill Park One of the most interesting and Versailles on Friday Mathews and A new pitcher will probably be exciting games of base ball that Maloney were released and it was engaged before the next game is has been played here during the Hit by Pitched Ball Ball W Lindsey Hach lloltzclaw 2 Dutchen Struck Out By Tilford 6 by VanDerveer 7 Passed Balls Hall 2 Wild PItches Tllford Time of Game 2 hours Umpires Mason Barret by been Indiana are never without a bottle somewhat criticised for letting lit- - of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Says the house Brown the tie Maloney go and the fact is leading merchant ofJacobplace This the pointed out that he has never been remedy has proven of so much value for colds croup and whooping hit hard when he was well sup- - in children that few motherscough who ported While this is true still it know its worth are willing to beÂ¬ without it For sale by Phil Car was believed that the best interests penter South Side Druggist of the club demanded his release As to Mathews his field work has always been below par and only his batting and hustling made him valuable to the team The should bo rich to Insure Poor blood means management is determined to have health Anaemia diseased blood a winning club and does not bemeans Scrofula lieve in experimenting too long with men who dont win games ine management has Many of the citizens of Rainsville III BEood Â¬ Emulsion the Cream of CodTllvor Oil enriches the blood cures Anaemia Scrofula Coughs Colds Weak Lungs and Wasting Diseases Physicians the world over endorse It Dont be deceived by Substitutes 7ropud by Scott A Bowtn N Y AH DrucjiU Scotts Â¬ A W L COPPERSMITH WHTCHMMKER HND jeWBLGR 234 St Clair Street FRANKFORT KY A IfcTID i 1 1 i FINE WATCH MANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Etttered nt tfce post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter 7TORK -- u SP2CIALTT 2TOXJK IlZDE Â¬ I3ST ariESa LlSSTE IS SOXjICIIIEXD ill vj HOW THEY IiITCED IT have excelled those so freely and so earnestly tendered by tho Frankfort meeting of the Ken Â¬ but in the Williamstown Courier FRANKFORT JUNE ing was a grand success and the plain matter of fact reports of busi Â¬ ness sessions Takcd the Money but Got Frankfort people proved their ability justice to tho it was impossible to do generous hospitality of to entertain a large number of visi Â¬ Xippcd tors We were entertained at the the Capital City that made the visit of the A thief entered the office of hospitable home of Col Hiram Berry long editors and their families onoÂ¬ drawn out happy holiday AlAttorney General W J Hendrick on the South Side one of Frankforts most unknown to even the people of best citizens and capitalists Besides on the Capital Square Monday extending to us all that his homo af Frankfort they were in a measure night prized open the desk of forded we were taken to the old Pep Â¬ colebrating the centennial of Frank Miss Hannah Innis type writer per track on Friday morning and lin county and what could have been more fitting than that the disciples and stenographer in the office were shown his fine trotting stallion of Franklin the grandest printer of John G Carlisle a model piece of and stole 5495 a part of her horse flesh handsome in every part all time should be honored guests salary she had left there the night besides showing a 215 gait and Agnes and join in such a celebration Among those who wero most active Ally as pretty as The police were notified Vail a before in welcoming the visitors on their ar and went to work on the case as a picture and one that promises to rival and unceasing in delicate atten- Â¬ on the turf Wo will win did also the janitor of the office neverlaurels forget these and the samples of tions during their stay were Mayor who felt himself under suspicion the famous Old Crow set before us Ira Julian ex Mayor E H Taylor Jr The result was that Henry Wal- Â¬ Our trip to the Capital City is ono wo Prof McHenry Rhoads Maj Henry T Stanton all the resident and ker a colored boy son of the will remember The hospitable re- Â¬ transient and newspaper folks at the enjoyed ception janitor of the Adjutant Generals tho new the many pleasures beautiful State Capital The citizens of Frank Â¬ acquaintances the office which is in the same build- Â¬ scenery the excursions and banquet fort entered into the spirit of the oc- Â¬ ing was arrested Thursday after- Â¬ all helped to make the stay of tho casion and loyally assisted the local press representatives in every undernoon The clue was given by the country editors one of continuous en- taking joyment janitor who discovered that Wal- Â¬ Twenty five years ago the Kentucky Jackson Hustler Frankfort people ker had been spending mrney know how to entertain they have Press Association was organized in pretty freely at one of the colored had experience It comes perfectly the city of Frankfort and it was fitÂ¬ ting that at the end groceries in the lower end of the natural The city is growing and is ter of a century of of the first quar its existence it Walker admitted that he making a great effort to deserve the should again meet by the banks of city Capital as well as to keep it The stole the money after being ar-Â¬ erection of new State Buildings and Kentuckys historic stream and un- Â¬ rested but said he tore up fifty an Executive Mansion would give a der ihe grateful shades of its lower Â¬ ing hills to listen to a valuable dollars which was all in one bill great impetus to improvement and entertaining historic sketch from and the because some one told him it was soon the blush would be taken fromÂ¬ gifced pen of one of the pioneers showAll in all it was a moat delightful The pieces of the the cheek of Kentuckians when Staco counterfeit ing peopleof other States their Â¬ gathering of the members of the bill were found in the grass scat- Capitol tered just where the boy said he Spencer Courier If there is a hos- Â¬ newspaper fraternity of Kentucky who forgetting business pitable set of people on earth the and partisan disputes and rivalries had thrown them feigning little city of Frankfort has them with- Â¬ indifference for a few brief moments in her limits Whenever a stranger to the movements of Bitten by a Dog the busy world goes there he finds everybody from united in a glorious holiday as the Mrs M J Foley was passing the Judges of the Court of Appeals guests of a hospitable and generous down the hotel the livery stable of Messrs Church ready to the shiner beat service to people and anxious to of Bros on East Main street Mon- Â¬ him Questions are answered cheer- Â¬ Crossing the Atlantic day afternoon when she accident- Â¬ fully and with painstaking care and ally stepped on the tail of a dog one is mude to feel at home though Usually Imolvessea sickness When the waves play pitch ami tcss with ynu stronglnileed must he lying upon the pavement when are never saw the place before to There be the stomach that can stand It without revolt- Â¬ some people who used think ing Tourists commercial travelers yatchsmen the animal attacked and bit her on the State Capital might be profitably mariners ail testily that Hostetters stomach the ankle its teeth penetrating moved away from among the hills Blttera is tho best remedey for the nausea In rough the Her limb but who are juBt as firm believers in Nervous and waKly neither onby land water the top of her shoe often eternal fitness of things just as suffer from something travelers this and find In the akin to has been very much swollen since they bo now We doff our hat to the the Bitters Its surest remedy No lllbonler of and she has suffered great pain gallant little city of Frankfort the stomach liver orboneisUt so obstinate that It may not be overcome by this prompt and Messrs Church Bros Equally with it It for Jessamine Journal The Kentucky thorough lemudy kidney andetfijaclous Istrouble chills and fever rheumatic allow Mr Foley to kill Press Association met at Frankfort and nervousness Emigrants to the frontier offered to should provide tlimselves with this line inedlci mil safeguard agil ust vicissitudes the dog which he refused to do as last week and were as usual royally of climate hardship the effects of fatigue exposuiu and entertained by ihe people of the he said that would do no good capital city The attendance of and the gentlemen at once sent it editors was large Commencement No more profitable nor safe in court and a pressure of other vestment can be found than stock out of town so as to be rid of it circuit matters made it impossible for the in the Commercial Building AssoJournal to be represented but ciation Died Suddenly our hearts were with the boys and For Sale A combination hay Mr John Ed Hawkins died girls rake and stacker Apply to Wm suddenly of heart disease at his Winchester Democrat Unbounded Cromwell Â¬ 37 tf home near Millville Woodford hospitality and courtesy was extend-of by- the citizens ed to the visitors county on Sunday The deceased Frankfort If one has over enjoyed For Llalaria Liver Trou Â¬ was a brother of the late Mrs that variety of hospitality that Frank ble or Indigestion use people know how to dispense he i POiVHS IRON BITTERS Lucy Tate and of Mr James B fort His death will not wonder that all efforts to Hawkins of this city Foit Sale ok Rent My dwelling move tho seat of government have house on Ann street leaves Mr James Hawkins the last been abortive J T Buckley tf surviver of a large family The Carlisle Mercury The annual deceased leaves a widow and sev- Â¬ meeting of tho Kentucky Press AssoAwarded The funeral took ciation was held at Frankfort last Highest Honors Worlds Fair eral children place Tuesday and the remains week and was fairly well attended Tho good people of Frankfort than were interred in the cemetery in whom no better lives did the agree Â¬ this city able after their well established cus tom A delightful boat ride up the Sent Prom Fleetwood lovely Kentucky river reception at Governors a tour of the city over Col L P Tarlton sent a nice the the best system of electric street rail Â¬ string of thoroughbred yearlings way in the State a magnificent ban- Â¬ from Fleetwood Farm to Chicago quet at the Capital Hotel at which on Thursday to be offered in the two hundred guests wore present a grand ball after the banquet a trip to great horse sale there next week and splendid treat by the finest dis Â¬ Col Tarlton has generally gotten tilleries in the Commonwealth the were the best prices paid in Chicago for 0 F 0 and Carlisle means used to his young flyers- and will be cer- Â¬ among the ways and stay in the Capital City a make MOST PERFECT MADE tain to do so this year as the season our pleasure The Association of A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free string of youngters shipped this has been tho recipient of many from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 23 1894 What the Members of the Press folks Association Say or the Mcet- Lexington Leader The news collnjr Here umns of Tho Leader havo briefly told GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub the story of tho The meet Â¬ tucky Press Association GASOLINE STOVES jj - iym Vvi ft V 3Do 37 oiar Ooolsimgr -- 4 91 Â¬ A irnTriirinr iTir uauaisaciaeaEacauaEaisacijiaiaEa riiriifH4iiijiiji iiji iidi - rt1 two-year-ol- d l zfozr -- s-A-XjIe ib st VI a-hstznt Â¬ fV4 Â¬ stkeet Â¬ THE BEST IS AYE THE CHEAPEST AVOID IMITATIONS OF AND SUBSTI Â¬ TUTES FOR 1 M DeclG ly SAPOLIO McKEE HARDIE FRANKFORT KY Now is thet time to plant We have a new and complete stockbf J 1 W U y t HALL S OLD STAND LANDRRTHS On hand and will ask you to give us a call H WMcKEE HAEDIE lT Tan2l 0 L GAYLE m ir 71 1 KENTUCKY TOBACCO W ii Â¬ Crocker s H onest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order 1 - 4 Â¬ G L- - HHNNEN GrO TO- TIHIZE- Â¬ DR JOHN DRISCOLL LJQUOfi dies Four-year-ol- d MECHMT Bran- Â¬ - BAKING ftMVDHt YEARS THE STANDARD For absolutely pure Whiskies Wines for medicinal and family use Anderson Go Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c m 235 Broadway May 26 Om Opposite Capitol Square AaIi VCCK tltAWlk AIIAI wcicdivtfjr AS rlA 4V uuuvtiucuvuuyci VI A 1 V Jk I - HaKaan 1m VM r uuuo mu yvaia luvuru in Xma ma un fcuuu vj uuu MAMA J- 1 - j 40 Me I I ta y v j h 5 a czi gS net O- - SB OZEBTXCTaHZIBIES ZEre3ident ku ra We figure a ca ca cu 132 ea net EUaSJbtE5 jEEOTOr TO7E2 X nn ea little profit on any one sale and so are always busy and WE MAKE 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 FRANKFORT where you can buy all KINDS VEHICLES and only those made in Frankfort by hand worK and home capital and labor Cheaper than you ever bought them Come to us XT A GREAT Â¬ eg en 133 BEJ BC1 VEHICLES HARNESS AND SADDLES LAP COVERS AND WHIPS FOR BINDERS MOWERS CS KB ca en Ba en cu BEi BINDER TWINE MACHINE OIL ua EC1 en THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS FRANKFORT JUNE 28 WORKS FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT r K B- - Surrounding this lie buried about thirty Confederate soldiers with plain City As a Visitor Saw Our modest little slabs of marble telling how when where they died The following article on Frankfort The ex Governor John J Critten is from the pen of a lady who spent den born in 1787 and died in 1803 has His a monument to his memory several days in the city last week Let all motto and last Cemetery of the ends thou words wore be thy Notes Taken at the aimest at Frankfort Ky June 10 1894 Countrys thy Gods and Truths Frankfort the Capital of Kentucky It served and is a fitting epitaph for a city of about eight thousand in Â¬ so greata man Now wo reach the chapel built of habitants situated on the Kentucky river is surrounded by a chain of grey granite ins the rough It has hills on either side which furnish mullioued windows and a varanda much picturesque scenery to the eye which reaches around three sides of We it How delightfully cool here of the artist and traveler From any of tht se hills one can cannot pass without resting awhile in secure a delightful view of the busy one of the comfortable little wire Services are held in the little city below If one would care seats to while away a few weary hours let chapel when the friends of tho dead them take the car to Arsenal Hill and so desire visit the old historic cemetery there- Â¬ On leaving we turn and take a part on After leaving the car at the fng look and think how sublimely terminus of the road you follow a beautiful the place we are turning drive through a field and soon find from is with its mossy green carpet yourself at the entrancoto this beau-Â¬ beautiful walks drives tall towering its many oaks elmB and pines tiful city of the dead There chiseled on many a marble mounds simple and massive monu- Â¬ slab we find names of many of our ments and last but not least of its countrysmostillustrioussons Among poor and lowly its rich great and the most noted are the inames of illustrious dead lying in their cold Daniel Boone and his wife11 Rebecca narrow graves that have been watered Sitting near this on the moBsy with the tears of those to whom they green sward and beneath the shade were alike dear wo leave and from the of the four great sycamores looking the depth of our hearts we wish and across to the hills beyond one cannot murmur requicscat in pace help going backward years and years Coming down Arsenal Hill before ago and wondering how this all wo pass the old arsenal wo look looked before the hand of civilization down to a large square with many had hewn down the mighty forest buiidingB enclosed by a wall twenty and trimmed the features of the feet high of grey stone This is the When the whooping penitentiary Something over eleven landscape of the Bavages was heard as distinct hundred convicts are here Every- Â¬ ly as the note of the lark when loss thing in good order and clean and comfortable as it is possible for a in the blue azure vault of heaven Here and there a rude wigwam could prison to be Its Warden Mr George be seen perched upon those dlggy is a man of ability a genial afFable clifts while tho curly columns of gentleman Diagonally across from the prison smoke mounted the transparent is the Governors Mansion a large atmosphere Looking across to the left from this old fashioned grey brick elevated point in tho distance is the pike quite a little above tho street a wending its way up the hill in a portico upheld by iron supports snake like form and bringing thfose around which growing profusely is a who traverse it to tho reservoir s6mo vino of cliniAtls I think adorns the three hundred feet above tho city front of the house From the side Â¬ JuBt below us is tho river and on the walk to the portico are some fifteen bank beyond that Is the large Hermi Â¬ or sixteen steps of white stono Not tage distillery which turns out fifty at ajl a beautiful homo but apparent ly comodius and comfortable barrels a day The State House sits back in a You see the iron bridge which cost sixty five thousand dollars It con- Â¬ square among tall shady trees It is nects North and South Frankfort of grey stone of the Corinthian style The latter is the most fashionable Â¬ of architecture having large massive part of the city having many beauti columns adorning tho trout There is another official building of grey ful luxurious homes We leave this spot and wend our stono a few steps to the right of it way to the northeast about one hun Â¬ The Post Office and Public School dred yards and find ourselves facing buildings are handsome structures the military monuihent erected by near the river only on opposite Kentucky in 153 in honor of tho banks and but a short distance from principal battles and campaigns in tho bridgo Tho latter place in a which her sonH devoted their lives grove looks calm cool and inviting too to their country The names are bat- Â¬ for the student On one of the hills to the north far numerous to bo inscribed Tho tles in which tho severally fought are away against tho distant horizon we Tho Tames Indian Wars Little Big can see the Colored Normal School a Horn Raisin uerro Gordo New large brick structure The city has water works eleotrio Orleans Masaisslnaway St Clairs Defeat Estills Defeat Tippacanoe lights and an electric streot railway Fort Meigs Blue Licks United States Franlifort is noted and justly too Navv Mexico Boonesborough Har for its pretty refined women The mars Defeat Waynes Campaign onlooker never tires watching them as they pass by dressed in their plain Monterey and Bouna Vista is u large square inarblo column cool muslins looking beautifully at Â¬ It the base about twelve feet square tractive In their simplicity of dress sixty five feet high On a pinnacle is and natural beauty of person Had one time thev could write liberty with a wreath in each hand Near tho base on oaoh corner is an loni and untirinclv in praiso of eagle The whole rests on a grey Kentuckys Capital and of Its people feet stone foundation fully twenty sur- - and after leaving It think indeed On tho nromontorv memory a poor excuse if it were aminrn rounding this monument aro several forgotten Mns Alice Malcolm marble toombs and placed at each corner of tho elevation is a cannon fvo rAnnrfc of which no doubt was Cow for Sale A first class Jinn often in one or more of the milk cow is offered at a bargain above named battles As we glance to the north of us out Apply to William Cromwell sideof tho cemetery fence wo can see 41 tf through the branches of the trees a large brick building which is tho BuclclonsAvnlca Salvo iTnmufnv fli Fflnhlnminded Further on we go and now to the left of us wo read in honor oi our uoniuuoruiu The best salve in the world for Outs On the base whereon there Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum dead stands in marblo about eight feet Fever Soros Tetter Chapped Hands high tho figure of a soldier Facing Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup us we read the following words so tions and positively cures Piles or full of truth no pay required It Is guaranteed to Thej sleep whut need to question now give satisfaction or money refunded If they were right or wrong cause was Price 25 cents per box For sale by They know ere this whoe J Â¬ 1804 They wield no warlike weapons now Return no foeinuns thrust Who but a coward would revllo An honored solulers dust German Picnic The German Benevolent Society will give a picnic at Thorn Hill Park on Tuesday next Every arrangement has been made to Â¬ Gas for Cooking Purposes render the day enjoyable and our German friends are sure to have a great time It you want to have fun dont miss it Sometime ago I was troubled with an attack of rheumatism I used Chamberlains Pain Balm and was completely cured I have since ad Â¬ vised many of my friends and cus- Â¬ tomers to try the remedy and all speak highly of it Simqn Goldbaum San Luis Rey Cal For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist ni DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at tnc PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday June 23 1894 Saturday July 7 1894 Saturday July 21 1894 Saturday August 4 1894 Saturday August 18 1894 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and nlth little or no pain Announcement to Consumers The final arrangements governing the Cake Baking Contest have been made by the committee and are as follows All the ladies competing will have the cakes delivered at the office of the Capital Gas and Electric Light Co before 9 a m July 3rd 1894 where they will be received numbered and placed on exhibition Â¬ REEERENCES J A Scott Fnuikfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky V J liughes Frankfort David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky V W McKee nardle Frankfort Ky Berberlch Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D addressing by 259 V I Eght St Cincinnati FREE O CONSULTATION The committee will examine them and award the prizes between the hours of 11 a tn and 12 m of that day The committee will examine them and award the prizes as follows 20 00 in gold First prize for the best White Loaf Cake becond prize tor the best Angel lood Lake 15 00 in goia 10 00 in gold Third prize for the best Layer Cake The cakes will be numbered and placed on receptacles furnished by the Company Everything being done to insure absolute fairness in the contest No cake will be accepted unless cooked by bonafide owner and user of gas stove All cakes to be without outside iceing so as to show the- baking Ladies competing are respectfully requested to notify the Company by letter or in person that ample provision may be made for taking care of exhibit Cakes may be removed by owners on evening of the same day when announcement will be made and prizes awarded All gas stove users are earnestly requested to compete as the com- Â¬ pany wishes to make the contest as interesting as possible All of which meets the approval of the Committee - OOlZMZirTTZEDEi Mrs James baffell Miss Mary Page Miss Josephine Murphy - YOU WANTSept 28 to cs BT insroiisr THIS OFFER greatly tf H G MATTEEJST Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken J THE Fbifiiaib IT 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K RRDUGRD PBLIQRS Â¬ Juit In pod the Fathers sight Phil Carpenter 8 ly R ROGERS SON jy r S I MASTIN I i r -- JLlVsrt JL 1 We have on hand the finest lot of vehicles ever in the city prices to suit the times Â¬ iSL K Call and examine our slock before purchasing elsewhere Satisfac Â¬ r s tion guaranteed REIilGIOUS Â¬ MUSIC Ordered to Lexington Â¬ L B MARSHALL WA GAINES Beyond Messrs Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay Vocal HDuot Hope Q A Bailey Lieutenant Chas D Clay who Garvin and J lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m The Advantages of a Liberal Educa- has for the past three years been and 730 p m to morrow as usual Miss Kate Washington commandant tion of cadets at the Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 Franklin County State College at Lexington has am Valedictory J H Garvin Hart Young Peoples Meeting at 645 been ordered to join his regiment County Miss Sidney E J Donley will conduct the ser- Â¬ Instrumental Trio Dupeo Dr Carroll and Robt Gates vices at Church of the Good Shep Â¬ By the Conferring State Diplomus herd to morrow Low mass at 8ta m High mass at President 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m MUSIC Closing Chorus Hark Apollo Strikes Christian Church Rev George tho Lyre Normal Glee Club Darsie preaches at 11 and 8 oclock Benediction to morrow GRADUATES Young Peoples Society of Chris- Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Woodson P Welch Sidney Dupee Lulu Coleman Thomas J Mason 715 Kate Washington J H Garvin Episcopal Church Tho usual POST GRADUATES services to morrow will be oonducted D W Robinson Thomas Shaffer by Rev R L McOready the rector Peter S Dent Preaching at 11 and 8 oclock A Class to be Opened L B MARSHALL A CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Catholic Church Rev Father i MUSIC in Arizona and will be succeeded Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a by Capitain Samuel M Swigert share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased at A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times of the 2d U S Cavalry present stationed at Fort Leaven- Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STESET Capt Swigert worth Kansas was commandant of cadets at the State College along in the early Life Insurance bought and sold FOR SALE and gave entire satisfaction 70s and loans negotiated The friends and to the faculty FRAME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS relatives of Capt Swigert and wife TWO on Taylor avenue This Is good property and will be sold on easy payments to will be glad to know that he has the right party If you ure Interested come quick been assigned to duty so near home Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will The Peoples Homestead and Sav- Â¬ occupy his pulpit to morrow ac 11 ing Association will open another and 8 oclock class of stock on the first of July The Young Peoples Society of will be received at Christian Endeavor will meet in the Subscriptions any time Call at the office of the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are Swigert First Presbyterian Church there brick resi- Â¬ FRAME RESIDENCE 0F6R00MS dence of rooms a rooms and TWO STORYstreet with lot 63 by 10G feet This allother Gnecessary tenement of fourThis land is Lewis Improvements Is very valuable property In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In flue condition andln order to make a quIcK sale will be ottered ut a bargain FOR SALE FOR SALE 210 FARM A FINEroad milesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY cated 8 Frankfort on a upon which turnpike a Lo- Â¬ good invited 42 it Rev H G Henderson will preach to morrow Guess For 1000 morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 800 The Weekly Courier Journal has Sunday school meets at 930 a m announced another of its popular Tho Epworth League will convene guessing contests taking the tem- Â¬ in the class room at 730 oclock perature afc Louisville during the One Presbyterian Church month of August as basis Southern Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor thousand dollars in cash will be given will occupy his pulpit to morrow free as presents to the new and morning at 11 oclock and at 8 p m old renewing subscribers who guess the hottest day at Louisville during Sunday school at 930 August and give tho closest guess to O the higest temperature the Weather Revival Services Rev E Guerant D D who was expected Bureau thermometer will reach on here on Monday to conduct the pro- Â¬ that day The subscription price of tracted meeting at the Southern the Weekly Courier Journal is 1 Presbyterian Church has been too a year Each guess must be accom- Â¬ ill to come and Rev D Clay Lilly the panied bjf one yearly subscription pastor has been assisted by Revs H No newspaper published in the United G Henderson and W O Taylor dur- Â¬ States has been so liberal to its ing this week The meetings will be subscribers or has offered such liber- Â¬ continued next week and Dr Guer al prizes to secure new subscribers During the Good as the Courier Journal rant will be here on Monday congregations are attending not Â¬ past eighteen months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17 withstanding the warm weather 400 in money not to mention such Colored jSTormal Commence- - premium articles as sewing machines c This in spite of watches guns incut tho business depression that is felt as The commencement exercises much or more in newspaper offices Tho any other business of the State Colored Normal than in Courier Journal has just an- Â¬ Weekly School took place at the Opera nounced the lucky guessers in its May House on Wednesday evening be- Â¬ rainfall contost There were 222 of The fol Â¬ these guessers distributed over tho fore a large audience of Alabama Arkansas Ken lowing was the programme of the States Texas Tennessee Mississippi tucky evening Indiana Virginia Missouri LouisiMUSIC ana Illinois Iowa Ohio Pennsylva- Â¬ Gloria Patria Normal Glee nia Nebraska Indian Territory Chant Club Michigan South Carolina South Dakota West Virginia Now York INVOCATION MUSIC Opening Chorus High School March California Florida Washington and No better indicator of Oklahoma Normal Glee Club Woodson P Welch the circulation of the Weekly Courier Salutatory Journal could be had than this list Franklin County Miss Lulu Sample copies of tho papor with full The Dignity of Labor County details and blanks may bo had by Coleman Franklin sending a request on a postal card MUSIC Instrumental Duot Claytons Grand AddresB Weekly Courier Journal March Misses C Morgan and S Louisville Ky The contest closes July 31st Donny Miss Sidney Launch Our Barks Get your buggy orxsurry re- Â¬ Dupeo Franklin County painted and repaired by G H Thomas J Mason A Journey Mastin Co 38 3t Harrison County Methodist Churoh Secretary on Ann building Capt street Jacob Capital FORSALE OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods and a well established profltablo trade This Is a hue opportunity for a man with capital Hotel Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho system effectually dispels colds head aches and fovers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMTuls 14 acres of land In Bridgeport Is good property and Is offered at a bargain TWO Frankfort on u good turnpike road with a residence of rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock bains beside all other neces Â¬ sity lmproements All of the Improvements Including the feiclng on this pn petty are new und In first class audition This farm has a quantity of Hi e tobitceo land and would also make a flisc elasR stock farm It also has a young pencil orchard of u thouaud trees besides other FORJ5ALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM fruit and other necessary Improvements tuo F 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES miles from Frankfort This property Is nil In EKSIDENCE property has a lot 07 by 150 leet crass and would make on excellent Dairy or and Is well lorattd Garden farm A FOR SALE FOR SA LE FARM OF 60 ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES L MARSHA V LiCT Â¬ OH ihv Dandruff Kills The Hair Have You Dandruff Have You a Quarter Give TJb the Quar TABLERSniI BUCKEYE SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVIUS KY f sK U4 Wo Will Save Your Hair ter 11110 n OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE R U1HHTE Formerly of Wakefield iCL oute L H FINNELL PLAITING MILL AND Idft Druggists BEST REMEDY for PILES known for 15 years as tho BY AM DRUGGISTS USD 00 OT and CERTAIN CURE I0UI3 Keep Your vww tf Mil iA PratuilbrSICBiSCQOH SOLD Â¬ Quarter Lose Your Hair Sold by All HOGSHEAD FACTORY PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I aui prepared to furnish DOORS Af THADE MAHK 108T IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 WORMS SASH BLINDS FRAMES SHINGLES feb 10 ly TURNED WORK STAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS OF Miles Norvo and Liver Fills vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Romedios BOTTLE MCIUBDBOS BKuflINK WHITES GREW FOR YEARS Act on now principle regulating IHouso tho liver astomach and bowels though A now discovery Dr ns well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a the nerves Miles Fills speedily ouro biliousness hul blocks from Post Ofllco on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest doses for FINNELL 50 W Gaylea25 eents Samples free at CH0ATE 45 ly Frankfort Ky Sept 2 ly J Finish For a EVERY GUARANTEED1 CO SOU BY AM DRUGGISTS Prepared by 8T tOCIS u May i2 ly cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ MzmrJFm-WjMMw-M- mmgm Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Beduced Prices Hardware and TTall 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 Whfeels 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 K in needof them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are tf making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when Cor Main and Lewis Streets fp 9 m A vOOiwtLNSi OLU RK GASH Opposite the Farmers Bank JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE frKECEIVEUS Rev Father Edward Donnelly Republican County Convention Feasted by a Scoro of Ills Frankfort Friends stag supper was given by a number of young gentlemen in the parlors of Caterer Weitzel in honor of Rev Father A sumptuous the acting Edward Donnelly pastor of the Church of the Good Shepherd Thursday evening The affair was entirely informal and was merely the meeting of a number of friends around the festive board ladened with the best things of the season to listen to the wit and wisdom of the assembly Mr James J Fitzgerald after paying the priest friend a number of compliments requested him to express his impressions of Frank- Â¬ fort and her citizens The reverend gentleman responded with an ad- Â¬ dress which eloquently expressed his high esteem of the Capital City and her hospitable people Rev Father Wm E Gorey who has recently leturned from Louisville where he has been under medical treatment for some time was present and made a short ad- Â¬ dress in which he stated that he never knew how well he liked Frankfort until he was compelled to leave it on account of his illness when he discovered that he has a deep affection for our city He also stated that it was his belief and hope that his return does not render more probable a separation In accordance with instruc ions from the Republican County Com- Â¬ mittee I hereby issue a calljfor the election of two delegates from each city precinct and two dele- Â¬ gates from each magisterial district of the county at meetings to be held at the following places Sat- Â¬ urday August 4th 1894 at 2 Precinct No I Voglers Store Precinct No 2 Bridge House Precinct No 3 Court House Precinct No 4 Market House Capital Hotel Precinct No 5 Quincy Gaines Stable recinct No 6 Gas House Magisterial District No 2 Forks of Elkhorn Magisterial District No 3 -- GIVEN AWAY -- C0 THe S R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE B-sr piBinis Limited MEMPHIS ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE oclock MIL Hat and Book LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Boot Shoe Dealers MEMPHIS YICKSBURG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS IFZKIfcTIIFOrKX South anil Southwest PC bj- tit Ticket Agent of any Railway Co if not INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a address FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and package of McCLURES Magisterial District No 4 W J McBRIDB Traveling Pass Agent to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOLBellepoint Louisville Ky in cash to smallest LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS Magisterial District No 5 T B LYNCH THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash Bridgeport General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky The delegates so elected will All to be grown from our seed We have a large and complete stock of assemble at the Court House in the city of Frankfort on Monday Kentucky Midland By August 6th 1894 at 2 oclock Only direct line between p m and take into consideration For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT the nomination of a Republican between K MoCLiTJSE fc SOBT FrankfortShortest and quickestand Paris Gar county ticket to be voted for at Georgetown the ensuing November election Upon assembling at the place lisle Kaysvilk Cynthiana Fal- Wm Gaertner T I Ransdell designated the various meetings R A White mouth asd CoTington will organize by the selection of a Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Peaks Mill WE Â¬ SKoes K ffiff ffllo EIlss cCi5 Chairman and Secretary and the selection of delegates shall be in such mode as the several meetings may detetmine Proper credentials should be givn to the respective delegates signed by the Chairman and Secretary Saml R Smith Chairman Chas Weitzel Secretary -- ff JFiJ TIME TABLE APR I 1894 I fMtfffJBJ gggjarM8olo4 g TRAINS E AST A No A MrNo 1 M I p M 3 No 7 Summit Elkhorn LvSwltzer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Lv Lv Frankfort 700 711 718 723 731 710 74G 71 6 410 421 4 16 100 110 125 14U 428 4 33 Lv Duvall Lv of Father Donnelly from Frank- Â¬ Jas JJREEN RIVER TC JAC to WAREHOUSE - B B if tion Coughs and Colds If you have never used thiB Great Cough Medi Â¬ cine one trial will convince you that V Deaths it has wonderful curative powers in all diseases of Throat Chest and Eugene the elevcn-year-ol- d Lungs Each bottje is guaranteed to Farmer do son of Mr Oscar and be all that is claimed or money will refunded Trial bottles free at Mrs Sallie Freeman Farmer died P H Carpenters drug store Large 1 Monday morning at the home of bottles 50o and 1 his parents on Jacob street in To Denver Colorado Louisville He was a bright and June 22d to 24th the Kentucky attractive little fellow and his un- Â¬ will sell tickets to Denver timely death is a great blow to his Midland and return at 3210 on aceount parents who have the sympathy of the Republican Convention of a large circle of relatives and Cure for Headache friends in this county As a remedy for all forms of Head Â¬ McMichael Mrs James Mc ache Elcotrio Bitters has proved to Michael died at the home of her be the very best It effects a perma Â¬ nent - cure and the most dreaded husband in this city Thursday morn habitual sick headaches yield to its We urge all who are ing The deceased had only been influence afllioted to procure a bottle and givo a resident of the city a few days this remedy a fair trial In cases of having recently removed here habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to from Flemingsburg with her litis the bowels and few cases long resist band who is a guard at the prison the use of this medicine Try it once Largo bottles only 50 cents at P H The remains were shipped to her Carpenters drug store 2 old home in Fleming county Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Thursday afternoon for interment Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma fort and his nev made friends The following gentlemen were Rev Father Edward present E Donnelly Rev Father Gorey and Messrs Wood Long moor SB Wintersmith Henry Lindsey Craik Jackson Dr H L Tobin Jas McAuliffe H L Burch E W Zoller J L New Â¬ man W J Gorman T B New- Â¬ man Jas J Fitzgerald John Bris lan Jud Brislan W G Weitzel Harry ODonnell Wm ODon nell C J Weitzel J P Hanley W J Mandhler D J Newman and Geo L Fannen I Examination of Graduates of graduates of the Common Schools of Franklin county will be held in the County Superintendents Office on Friday June 29th 1894 Ex- Â¬ certifiamination for teachers WHITE RUN SHELL CD Praps cates will be held on Friday July 6 for white teachers and on MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY the 13th of July for colored teach- Â¬ MARK YOtitt HOGSHEADS GREEK RIVER HOUSE ers Thos Hunier Returns Promptly Made Auction Sales Daily Four Months v oo Storage Free of Charge A Million Friends EWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv CentrevlIIo Lv Ellz ibetii Ar Paris Ar Paris Junction TRAINS WEST Jolim on B 444 450 521 525 535 538 200 210 220 o I 755 808 816 820 830 A M I 47 503 235 300 335 513 320 345 400 M I P M kM The examination P I No 2 10 00 10 10 Â¬ Pnrs Junnctlon c Par3 ArEltzabeth Lv Lv No 4 5 51 No8Noia 440 4F6 521 Green Eiver Tobacco Warehouse Â¬ Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar ArOsnvtuo Duvall Nowtown C S Depot Georgetown 1011 10 22 10 32 Johnon Swttzer B Stamping Ground 1037 1147 1151 1110 605 fi15 GI9 6 27 641 G45 6 51 0 57 747 540 600 11 00 70J 7 13 Elkhorn 1117 Summit 1123 A Frankfort 1130 A connects with L N B connects with Q A C and C connects with K C 720 726 735 800 810 880 RtO 0 05 9 25 915 LS Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville S B Kings New Discovery for Consump A friend in need is a friend indeed and nob less than one million people have found just suoh a friend in Dr Jan 20 tf Holmes FosTtn Baird Sundays until Nos 1 2 s further notlco No 1 will leave Frankfort at 815 a m and Georgetown at 0 K2 arriving at Paris at U 40 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to tholr agents Â¬ SUNDAY TRAINS and 4 will run on C D BERCAW Gen fasis Agt E B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent GEOH nARPER Gen tiupt Soaps Perfumery Toilet DEALERS in Fancy GoodsWillardV Articles Balsam Orders sentPatent Medicines Cough agents for promptly to all parts of the city TELEPHONE RING 44 June L SOUTH Lv Lexington N TIME TABLE A M A M r 2 ly PMPM No 21 No 23 No 17 No19 17 M Yarnallton Midway Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad 845 9KJ1 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mum that tha Quten Anchorage Ar Louisville lleasurevllle KailnencH Latirange Penee Val ey 1115 7 07 1135 733 1144 715 1219 812 A 917 925 950 550 1013 617 10 as 634 1044 641 155 212 27 235 3KX 333 349 357 425 448 456 520 I 67 720 806 813 838 855 903 985 P M 615 036 650 71 NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pence Valley M P M P M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 nd Creietnt Route a u mllti ihortts tetwetn Cmcinnutt ami Lexington j Huillei rhorteu Cincinnati to Ilir ininxhamt VI miles hortcat Cincinnati tn New Orleani 109 mile ttiorteti Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JaclttoaVilU HorlJi Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of ths abora polnti Through Can to Vltkibur anil Mirere Iort Only Una tunning through can Cincinnati to Knoivillo ami AlheTllle X O Direct lino to Texai and Mexico vU New Orleani or via Shreveport Aik agenti about toura to California From Louiivlllt Phelby villa and Iawrencfburjr direct connection it mads at Lexington With vettibuled train to all lwlnU Boutll T Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 410 4 448 515 542 5P0 605 635 33 IOiOJ 010 654 705 733 758 806 825 855 920 929 946 GUI 6 40 330 402 410 428 450 456 509 535 559 606 W 0 ItlNEARSOy Genl Ianr Agent Cincinnati O fe r QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 4 No 21 will stop at Anohorago and Ghristiausbnri passengors for for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lngrnngo No 11 and 21 oonneot for Cinoinnati at Anchorage for Bloomileld Branoh Mi rmrn My ASFfi I f Hock Heaven The dedication of the new church at Benson on the first Sun- Â¬ day in October Pf Mr James Martin and daughter of Woodford were guests of Mr John Moore the past week We heard Col Breckinridges great speech in the State House He seems to be on the yard stool of repentance but he cant repent enough between now and September to qet back to Con- Â¬ gress Ah Billy we can forgive but we cant forget Please retire until your sins are entirely blotted The Queen and Crescent Ilonto Invites inquiries in regard to Sum- Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the pictur esque mountains of Kentucky Ten Â¬ Â¬ The lino nessee and Alabama passes near the famous battle fields at Mill Springs Mission Ridge Ohickamauga and Lookout Mountain Thoy are surrounded by oharming summer resting places at Burnside Cumberland Palls High Bridge Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun Â¬ tain Springvillo Alabama and other GO QUICKLY TO m 3 H points Low r mountain homes railroad out Col grand romantic spot its climate most in Â¬ vigorating Two now steel passenger Having leased the property of steamers liavc just been built for the the Capital Brewery Company I upper lake route costing 800000 each They are have concluded to continue in convenienceequipped with every modern annunciators bath rooms operation only the ice machine etc illuminated throughout by electricity part of the plant I am prepared and aro guaranteed to be the grandest and safest steamers to deliver ice to the citizens of largest steamers favorably on fresh water Theso compare with Â¬ Frankfort manufactured in Frank- tho great ocean liners in construction and fort and in any quantity desired speed Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit St and at the lowest possible price Ignaco Petoskey Alpena Mackinac Mar-Â¬ Chicago Soo As my machine is a Frankfort quette and Duluth Daily between Cleve Â¬ enterprise employing only Frank- Â¬ land and Detroit Daily between Cleve Â¬ and parlors fort people I respectfully ask a land staterooms of theseThe cabins are de Â¬ and steamers liberal share of your patronage signed for tho complete entertainment of humanity under home conditions tho pal I will manufacture ice from pure atial equipment the luxury tho ap Thanking the pointments makes traveling ofon theso distilled water citizens of Frankfort for their steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for liberal patronage heretofore given Illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address O TA D me and asking a continuance ofithe A A Sciiantz G P Detroit Mich Dan Moore the model magistrate is making his plans to On to Washington erect on the Devils Hollow turn- Â¬ pike a palatial mansion for his the only Three years ago home in the future He says that authentic map of the Virginia his dining room will be large battlefields was prepared in the enough to seat all his friends War Department for the ChesaOhio Railway Co It can peake School teachers are plentiful with safety be asserted that it is around here and Miss Florence Hiatt has secured the position at the most interesting map pub- Â¬ lished and so great was the de- Â¬ Benson depot mand for the first edition that Socials are raging hereabouts 100000 were soon absorbed but at present and Bain and Syde gets it has been re issued for the occa- Â¬ We sympa- Â¬ sion of the K of P Encampment left very frequently thize with the poor fellows at Washington in August and will Misses Nannie and Mattie Baker be mailed free after June 1st upon were visiting among the Bensonites application to C B Ryan Assislast week tant General Passenger Agent C O Ry Cincinnati O In conMisces Maggie Moorland and Lucy McDaniel were the guests of nection with the map is also a description of the grand and varied Rev Polk Moore last week scenery of the Virginias and the What do you think there is a delightful Mountain and Sea Shore wedding to take place hereabouts Resorts along the C O as well in a short time as a sketch of the battlefields mm Sam Hulett is agitating the 9100 Eeward 9100 building of the Benson Valley Turnpike from Rock Haven to The readers of the Roundabout the city That is right Sam that will be pleased to learn that pike should have been built fifty there is at least one droaded disease years ago it is the best grade to that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls the city in or out Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure medical fraternity What has become of that su- Â¬ now known to the constitutional dis- Â¬ Catarrh being a perb organization known as the ease requires a constitutional treat Bagdad Jacksonville and Benson ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally Valley Turnpike Company If it blood ana acting directly upon the mucous surfaces of thq were not for that delectable board system thereby destroying the founof managers we might have been dation of the disease and giving the patient strength enjoying the comfort of that route constitution and by building up the assisting nature in for some years but they through doing its work The proprietors their general imbecility and con- Â¬ have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred trariness have accorded this end ollars for any case that it fails to the road nothing We are cure Send for list of testimonials of informed that there has never been F J OHEENEY CO Toledo O an election held for directors since 3 Sold by druggists 75c its organization that they have never taken the oath of office THE BIG FOUR ROUTE never made a report to any county court never put an action of their Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ proceedings to record never leased ties at Ciiicago the road but allowed a few of the All trains enter Chicago on the Illi stockholders to lease it for ten tracks along six miles of Wonder if any of them nois CentralFront through the most years the Lake Wonder picturesque portion of the city and ever read the charter why two of them dont resign land passengers in tlio magnificent Central Station on street at a time and let the remainder New Lake Front This Twelfth is con- Â¬ and station fill vacancies untill all are out venient to the Auditorium Richelieu and give the parties interested a Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ of the State rest from such mismanagement in two blocks Cable Lines and and Wabash Street the Â¬ They have never held a stock- South Side Elevated Railway Con holders meeting in 10 or 15 years venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty They are a set fit for a model Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains We hear some talk of Judge Oars Sneed running for County Judge Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Sleep Private Compartment Buffet AH we have to say is that he will ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No get a whooping vote in old Benson transfer across Cincinnati to make connections the home of his childhood Your ticket should read via the Big Owens Man An Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Twciity ilvo Cents D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Isnt much money but it will buy a bottle of the finest Cough cure on earth That is what we claim for SPEND YOUR OUTING ON THE GKEAT Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and LAKES what thousands of people have told Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It us Dont neglect a cough It may will only cost you about 1250 from De cost you as many dollars or possibly you feel the first troit 16 irom Toledo 18 from Cleveland your life When symptoms go to P H Carpenters for the round trip including meals and oeruis Avoid drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle ing on the D uio neat aim dust Dy travel C Household Cough Cure attractions of a trip floating palaces The of Dr Hales to the Mackinac region d and cure yourself aro unsurpassed The island itself fa a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We invito correspondence cheer Â¬ fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on our line W 0 Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio quiet Oharming rates Perfect rest and Crutcher -- Stacks Mens Furnishings it The Great Free Sale Still Going On laa A11 nDepsLrtrcients M Clothing Hats Mens Ladies Misses and Boys Shoes B8 Choice of 400 mens all wool suits were 15 and 12 Go 6 Choice of 200 Boys v 1 Ml quickly and get P0 fl0 them at suits long pants all wool ages 13 to 19 were 12 and 10 Your choice jjfl This splendid Watoh with every cash sale and over 15 r t only lW - ri We can furnish anything that a man wears from his head to his feet to do business in to travel 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 into m CRUTCHER T Vw ST ARKS r-AKE tke- - TOR T A KTATM A flO 1 aM Have purchased the entire of i i stock i i i ww MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST FURNITURE I i i i Of Frankfort Furniture Manu- - j Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address factoring Co 4 i i Priqes CUT From 10 to 15 per ct i i SOLID OAK SUIT 1500 i OHEVAL 1800 A J i BUryanCPA WGMDPiA KY OR- LOUISVILLE - Come now and look we have 100 i i Jas Barker G P A Chicago IlM1 Sm I ji Â¬ Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months i i i i M Feb 2 I Posts A Card 226 ANN STREET JACOB SWIGERT I3SrSTJA3iTCE3 ON MAIN STEET TO i i 4 I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold W tf CO Put-in-Ba- y Have Removed From the Batzell Building We recently prepared books on ine above es peclully adapted toHoMK8TUDr Sent on CO UujHtriul Hundiedshave been benefited hun Â¬ dreds of dollars by ordering our publications Shorthand wur nut luur BOOK KEEPING and Penmanship 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EasEniEnt nf thE Capital Hntel will fill this space witi an entire new advertisement in a short time same I am 35 tf Resnectfullv N I McDaniel Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award flThey ruauiuntiuuAiiAnTKiiiiunuer co rutin conuuions Bend for our Kree Illustrated SOnnire cntnlomin your wants Address J FDiuuonoN I nnd state tvutuvim Mtitukiivu b tnvvitui J iltaillCOd vUilCKUi and School of Shorthand nnd Telegraphy NaslM vllle Tenn Eleven Teachers COO Students the past year No vacation Enter anytime Cheap Board N B We pay 5 cash for vacancies as stenographers teuchers etc reported to us provided we Mil same Mention this paper you write when book--keepe- rs Should you lutoT decide to onter our college you would receive credit for the amount paid Four weeks by our method of teaching book keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plant V