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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f rj Womans f Edition Wk A Jft mtftffftjt FRANKFORT KY llmmttjmt K Womans Edition m m lh GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XYIII SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1895 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report The funeral of Mrs 24 JMF w W Womans Club of Frankfort to consult on each subject as Kentucky many authorities as possmie general policy of the Womans Club of Frankfort is to It was avoid being reported never however desired or intend ed that this reserve should degen erate into secrecy therefore when the enterprising managers of the Womans Edition of the Rounda- bout asked for a brief resume of the clubs history constitution and aims it was felt that it would be inexpedient as well as ungracious to refuse The club was organized on the 22d of September 1894 with a membership of 40 which the has since grown to 50 limit fixe by the constitution but which on the first revision of the constitution will probably be raised to 60 or 70 The problem how to obtain the dignity weight and energy a comparatively large member- Â¬ ship gives and at the same time preserve the vital individual inter- Â¬ est and responsibility has it is hoped been solved by the division in four sections Art and Music Economics Current Events Funerul of Mrs Stevens X Stevens took place from the resi Â¬ dence of her husband 1202 nth street southwest yesterday at 2 p m The casket was piled with flowers among which were an elegant wreath presented by the Sunday school of All Souls Church of which Mr Stevens is superintendent a bouquet from the eighth grade of the Bradley school of which Miss Nellouise Stevens the only daughter of the deceased is a pupil and a bou- Â¬ quet from Mrs 1 S Lyon of Capitol Hill At the head of the casket stood the design gates wrought in ajar profusely flowers presented by Mr and Mrs Ernest Dodd Messrs Ber- Â¬ nard R Green E W Byrn and Charles R Wright and Mr Frazer of N Peters Company served as pallbearers The ser- Â¬ vice was conducted by Rev Dr Rush R Shippen The burial in Congressional cemetery was beside the mother and brother of the deceased Washington D C Evening Star February 7 W 4t The J tf fi Â¬ Â¬ Intellectually of course the work of the club is summed in that of the sections but beyond this each member feels the necessity of some social organization in the Capital of the State which will sooner or later receive and entertain guests As a whole the and strangers clubs desire is to elevate the mental standard of its women its ambition to see Frankfort the cleanest and prettiest town in Kentucky Its dream in the future to have a club room and library and to assist in building a hospital It is scarcely necessary to add that the club as a body is thoroughly conservative religious and political discussions being fobidden by the constitution Â¬ m ABSOLUTELY PURE The women are cared for in departown their ment and so scripture The At one time in the history of All moveth us in sundry places but Kentucky penitentiary the hope abandoned ye who enter as the new chapel is ready for ment would have been an appropriate inscription above its portal but things have changed Female prisoners are no more seen dressed in ill fitting male attire and work Â¬ ing with men in the death dealing hemp factory but properly clothed and at work in comfortable quar Â¬ Kentucky Penitentiary Â¬ here Â¬ 1 The County Schools i- - Bfc - V if 5L r El F i r V M It m 4 Mrs Editor Numerous ters of their own The public schools of Franklin agencies are at work for the physicounty have nearly all of them cal moral and spiritual welfare of closed but in several districts a the convicts and it is very evident of from three to spring term that the present system where four months will be taught this kindness Christian charity and year I take pleasure in saying forbearance is the rule instead of that the schools are improving 1895 brute force improved conditions Literature in every respect and the causes have been the result all along the These sections form their own The best work in town is d ne that led to this result are we have line For many years the inmates by laws select their own officers at the Capital Steam Laundry had better support from parents of the State prison had no sort of and course of study but are in better qualified and trustees religious instruction and to the every sense bound by the consti- Â¬ February 15th to 20th the Midteachers better houses and most late Dr Willis Green is due the tution and are subsidiary to the land will sell tickets to Lexington of them properly furnished The general club honor of being the first to begin general club and return at one fare Account Many of our districts are levy Midway Plaisance missionary work in that institution meets monthly receives reports Plumbinjr and ing taxes on themselves He had ups and downs and the trom the sections and enjoys a although there is still some strong This winter has fully demonprogram prepared by each section downs had a large majority before opposition in almost every district he succeeded in breaking down strated the fact that every house- in turn favor of good the adamantine wall of prejudice builder and contractor should have1 Thf work of the Art section the misses are in houses good furniture experi- that barred his entrance but a thorough knowledge of the funhas through the greater part of autumn and winter been the enced teachers and are willing to courage perseverance anil a firm damental principles of plumbing dis study of the most prominent ruins pay for them A number of belief that his cause was just and for a great deal of annoyance and tricts perhaps one third in the that he was on the Lords side expense could be avoided in propof Ancient Rome a sketch of the history of Rome down to the county have provided themselves prevailed and for years he went erly locating the water pipes Very charts globes c daily to visit the sick to tell them many persons in this city have running with map fall ol the Empire that of a Saviours love he also tauyht been seriously inconvenienced by through it This work occupied showing that they understand his His water freezing in the p pe and f r many a ppjjr fellow to read the section until the latter part of a good workmm must have own tooh friends regretted that he did not days having the wit r entirely cu January when a more comprehenWe have a small teachers libra live sive study of Art was adopted to see the time when Christian off Nor should this knowledge ry and our teachers use it They teachers are allowed to come and be confined to the builder and conLubkes History of Art being fact that go through the gates with none to tractor but every housekeeper taken as a guide this is now and are beginning to realize the they must qualify themselves bet hinder or make them afraid G d should be intelligently informed on will be the sections plan of work 15 ter for their work or quit the pro- Â¬ knows best and we shall know how to act in case of a leak or for the present year of them are When the mists have rolled other cisualty until the plumber All The section onCurrent Events fession and the most why im I was in prison and you could arrive attempts to become intelligently using every opportunity to away with the prove and keep abreast Well done good came unto me familiar with the present Each Keeds FKluir Hntlly times and faithful servant enter into member is a special reporter two Our trustees and patrons are the joy of thy Lord A Sunday on domestic and two on foreign We most earnestly call the atbecoming more interested the school has been in successful tention news two on Art one on of the City Council to the be sold people are heeitiij the need of operation for a number of years sidewalk on the northeast corner Hypnotism one on Woman Magazines and one on good and honorable men for their For a long time ladies were the of Main and St Clair streets a one on trustees men that will manifest only teachers men could not be around the drug store of Holmes Napoleonic Movement the This enables it to receive five re more interest in th education of induced to take classes themselves Baird a sidewalk more used than 18 Calico ports at each meeting and givts the children they have sworn to mid thought it highly improper any other one in the city and financial member two weeks in which protect than to the Some of their lime while good pavements are the ex- - y for ladies each heaVY 80ctS interest of the teacher to prepare them excuses for not assisting in the ception in Frankfort considering dai Some of our colored schools Sunday school were that men The section on Economics has the locality this is about the WUI LI1 pX wtJ decided to seek no regular practi have made considerabe progress would annoy them about pardons worst Com- 16 I am surprised that the capital Thev manv f tle te cners lave attended and that every man in the peni- cal work for the present are studying the elements of tne rraiiKiori aNonii u vw icc wuc tentiary claims to be innocent of the State should have no better VeiV lieaVV or more terms and are doing good mistakes as all teachers will testi sidewalks is the almost universal Cbi Political Economy and will follow 4l1 5 fy men are very careful observation of visitors and it is T with a course of domestic work The it Very respectfully SIZeS not to worry or give trouble to simply a disgrace that those we tlieSO aiC One and municipal hygiene Lucy Pattik prominent physician has already teachers The respect and grati have are no better and more so fnv 1SS IllOllOV County Superintendent r t ri m a n liji nuuwu iiivA iau uivmii W iwrtl Ml lllclliy nlnnnn UlClCciic IIUIIC UL viy ln lectured before them and others IUUC rWV piitto nn h can will follow the convicts is of more worth than at all Dyspepsia the shams of societys four hun- The section on Literature has Tanf nlnnnnnt- nm in 100000 People Die it nnnnuunrv ArrA KVI- iviiit n rnnm th also decided on a preparatory Dr Hales Household Ten will euro Annually in this country of con testimo Thev are studvinp those nial8We have a reat many hftaab80 classes have been movea from sumption Think of it One adult course from people who 8ay it ages that saw the birth of modern lutely cured them It is pleasant to nilhr to post some in the hospital out of every six and yet in the early fltage8 a1 pulmonaTy complaints may thought inrl institutions in the take and cosfc only 25 and 50 a and others over the boiler house be readily controlled by Dr Hales packaKe at P H Carpenters drug cer is Household Cough Cure uu tftIn remedy fo C0URh8 Itftnd a coid8 6 clash and fusion of perfected and store The Sisters of the Roman 7 decaying classic civilization with Church have a place fitted up which if left to themselves bring on Pleasant Dulmonarv consumption Japanese Liver Pellets are small the crude vital forces of northern bu jn hefr effects no grjp over the broom shop ana the 0 taije children like it Tho price barbarism Gibbon is their text ing 50 doses 25 cents J WGayle colored brothers hold forth in l8 risnt onl 25 aml 50 centB a No 214 St Clair St next door H bottle at P H Cauaenters drug b some other part of the estibltsh- - store book but each member is obliged Sole Agent n K mCGIUre Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ occupancy the Sunday school will have a permanent home unless a fire or something happens and things just will happen in the best regulated families It is a pleasure to chronicle the fact that prejudice against lady teachers is fast dying and another pleasure to say that for several years past some of the most faithful and earnest workers are men The Chaplain and his corps of teachers work in perfect harmony for the uplifting of those who in the battle of life have fallen by the wayside doing what they can and leaving the results with God May the good work go on until the leven shall have levened the whole lump and men This hath shall say God shall preceive wrought For they that it is His work BLANKET AND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ COMFORT SALE Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Pair of Strictly Wool BhinketsEI even Quarters in Bed Black and Red Plaid Blue and Black PJaid will at 335 pair Positively worth 500 Comforts l at I Cretone forts oril j fx nryf at large I 1 I a fr - buy the than you material for l c- rt illTSTEINS i A tfJ w JV rnrrTrnrnrnr5cinnrnrnnnnnrin5nrnrnrnrnriCiriari CUUUUUuVJUlJlKULMJlJUUUlJaUUHUtfUtfUCaUU rn tU UJ MJ UJ rrx ciu rain rn ran UNUSUAL 4 5 U54 Ml i BP IV ra tlJI rFI K3U m rn au I5P1 12 CI To mark new goods at so much less than their value We nave a large stock of win- tjr clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such gooas win oe soia ioi again 2 gg rpt rirt US Mens Suits rsn 12U 650 750 lu rm 8 10 12 15 16 Â¬ 17 nsr UK KU rcrs rr rrc uia These prices are from Si to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been selling the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices na wur re ua CM RCT ma en nn a ESI I3C EM HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSONAL four young gentlemen It really seeems that thirteen is an unlucky number for the boys This looks like the girls are be- Â¬ ing favored but then the boys will be compensated when they attain their majority by being allowed to vote You know you dont have to be educated to be a voter There is always some one to tell them for whom to cast the ballot and it is far better for the politician to have the voters uneducated One or two speeches from the platform will give all the informa tion necessary for governing this great and glorious country CASSE DHIBY -- kit UHltoUUEMCHUaeUBaeEacatfUWaL EUUaEUEUEfcUHEaEaEaEaEUEUEUUUEaEaEUEUEUEUCUBUEUUU Thanks to the Editor The ladies appreciate fully the kindness Mr Lewis the editor of the Roundabout has extended to them this week in allowing them through the columns of his paper to tell how some things Men and women appear to them dont always see just alike because it is impossible to look from the same standpoint For instance a drunkard and a drunkards wife cannot view the liquor traffic through the same eyes a fact too plain to need demonstration Besides tradition says a woman desires no greater pleasure than to have her say and in returning our thanks to Mr Lewis he can have the assurance of giving this great est pleasure to the ladies of Frank- Â¬ fort To the gentlemen correspondents for their letters which we must decline with thanks for want of room as there are so many of us and we may not have another opportunity like this to air our opinions Â¬ Â¬ Rev F S Pollet was in Flemings burg Tuesday Miss Carrie Holt is visiting relatives in Louisville Mrs Jos L Bohannan is in La Grange on a short visit Mr Thos G Poore is quite sick at his home on Third Street Miss Lillie Lucas spent Monday THE LARGEST ID HE CODHTT IS RUN BY- - MR THOMAS W THOMPSON READ WHAT HE SAYS OF Â¬ with Miss May Bohannan Mrs Simon B Buckner of Hart county is visiting Mrs W T Scott Mr Hichard Godson of the Blue Grass Clipper Midway was in the city Tuesday Miss Bessie Hayden who has been suffering from sciatic rheumatism is able to be out again Gen Jack Hendrick Judge W H Yost and Judge G B Swango were in Louisville Wednesday PE0I GLUTEN FEED 1 j Frankfort January 17 1895 I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup- Â¬ ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN FEED was recommended to me as superior to any other and I gave it a careful and personal test I can state that I have been able to dispose of eight 8 of my cows and am now milking only twenty five 25 which yield more milk than the thirty THOS W THOMPSON three did before using this feed Sold by Messrs Orutcher Moore and Mr Geo C Shaw Frankfort Ky Deaths Jerry Younger Crane died on Friday February 8th 1895 at the home of his parents in this countv and the funeral took place Monday Crutcher Mr Jas A Crulch er Bud died at his home in the Pea Ridge neighborhood on Friday and was buried in our cemetery last Sunday Page At her home in Louisville Wednesday February 13th IU t T JlurlliMnli ri ter of the late Col A G Hodges and wifi and widow of Major Jas R Paye She returned from Phila- delphia a week ago last Thursday accompanied by her niece Miss Lizzie Thomas at whose home she had been spending the winter having gone to that city in the fall hoping that her health which Ckane Â¬ Â¬ E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt m ML IMF- - Theo Wiley who has been very sick at her home on Shelby street is not any better Mr W W Longmoor and Miss Tal bott Dudley led the German at the Capital Hotel Thursday night Dr Waller O Green of Louisville will arrive this afteinoon for a visit of several days to his parents Mrs Loulie B Longmoor returned home Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Cynthiana and Cincinnati Mibs Pearl Jessee of Henry county who has been visiting her sister Mrs Wm Cromwell left Friday for home Dr Leu Hughes returned home Thursday from Louisville the winter term of the medical college Slaving closed Miss Carrie Blakemore of Farm Mrs Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time Â¬ Mrs MeGintys Spinning Wheel t Mf Mrs- - Ann McGsnty a woman -- Duckers mipn 9 SSaP dale this county spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Anna and Joe Allen of Gfiorgetovn Miss Mary Keith Miles came home from school at Paris Friday afternoon and spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in this city Mrs Sallie Barrett has returned from Cleveland Ohio and will re Â¬ main with her sister Mrs Geo DoxBie during Mr Dareies absence Judge B L D Guffy has leased the old Crittenden home on the corner of Main and Washington streets and will with his family shortly remove to this city Mr and Mrs John E Miles left Wednesday for Florida Mrs Miles has been suffering from rheumatism for some time and the trip was taken for the benefit of her health They will remain until some time in ApriL Mr John M Todd Mr George T Hodges Mr James A Hodges and Misses Jennie Aunie and Carrie Page of Louisville and Mrs Lizzie Hollister of Olney Illinois accompanied the remains of Mrs Mary T Pago to this wife Miss Lizzie B Hodges city yesterday tmd attended the bur Â¬ ial at the cemetery Thirteen nu Inluekv Xumher The traduatin class ol the high school in this city in 1S93 num Â¬ bered thirteen twelve of whom were young ladies only one young gentleman The class of 1894 num bered exactly the same and still there were twelve young ladies and one young gentleman and while the class of 1895 will still hold on to the magic number thir teen there will be some three or I Â¬ had been delicate for some tim e might be restored but she grew steadily worse until all hope was abandoned and she returned home to Louisville that she might die with her children around her She leaves one son Albert who resides in Missouri and four daughters Mrs Lizzie Hollister of Illinois Misses Annie Jennie and Carrie Page of Louisville She was the sister of Mrs John N Crutcher who with many relatives and friends in this city sincerely mourn her loss The last years of her life she spent much of her time ministering to the sick and suffering around her utterly regardless of any discomfort to herself if she could but reThe lieve the pain of another burial was from the 1020 train yesterday morning and the remains were interred in the family lot in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Will Chambers of New Ar York is pending a few das with r tr 10 ivemuLKy anu maue uie ursi relatives here COMMISSIONERS SALE linen ever made in Kentucky Miss Carrie Hanley of Arkan from the lint of nettles and the sas is FlUNKMN C1HCU1T COUKT the guest of Miss Katie first linsey from this nettle lint Wright ISIIAM RAILEY Versus i In Equity and buffalo wool Miss Mabel Johnson who has L J COX C VIRTUE OF THE In the spring of 1781 she was been visiting Mrs F A Crutch- BYIn the above cause JU1K5 MENT RENDEBEP ut the Jimimry terfti 1695 I will sell at public sitle to the highest and best married to Joseph Lindsey one er returned home Thursday bidder on of the illustrous victims of the ter-Â¬ Mr E W Ayres returned rible slaughter at Blue Licks Friday from a short business trip At the courthouse door In the city of Frankfort Collins History vol 2 page 616 to Chicago Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 3 oclock p in on a credit of six twelve and elich Mrs T W Shackleford has re- teen months In etiuul Installments the following property or so much thereof as may be Birth turned to her home at Superior to raise 945663 tlie amount or the debtnecessary Interest and cost herein to wlt Wisconsin after a short visit to Said real estate Is thnt certain tract or pnrcell Ayres Inthiscity on Wednes- her parents Mr and Mrs C T or land contalnln rou hundred and fifty acres more or less and which Is situated In Franklin day February 13th 1895 to Mr Freeman county Kyon Mala Elkhorn creek and bounded as follows to wit On the north by the lands of Hugh R Ayres and wife a son the Mrs J H Crutcher who has Jnom T Hockersmlth on by east by Main creek on the south the lands of Samuel Edward Burge been spending the past two months Martin and James Martin Mrs Iantha Stedmani and Mt Measant Baptist Church and Including the county from RoDMAN In Los Angeles Cal in New Orleans returned Friday Cedar Cove ro id leadingwest byStedmans mill fV the the lands Mc ly owned byand on Mullen deceased andformer Jno last week to Mr Willoughby Rod- - Chesnev Cheaney that Is beBlnnrng at u sycamore tree on the west bank of Main Elkhorn creek corner of mm and wife a son Thomas bJimuel Martin thence Misses Annie Belle Fogg and of said creek to the linenorth with the meanders of Jno T Hockersmlth Clifford i uue neaioru spent several days thence west and north andtonorthwest with tne lines of said Hockersmlth the lands former y The fathers of these two Chll- fli Mice Anmii thence south with kirsh n Tlnr owned byJohn Mulleudeceased ami thnt formnriv the Hues of said Mnlleis land dren were chums and schoolmates last week owned by Cheaney M the count roudlead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Elk--h- o Â¬ of great energy and self reliance p brought the first spinning wheel A SPLENDID FARM n the cemetery VVkight Mrs Henry Wright formerly of this city died at her home in Crawfordsville Indiana on Friday February 1st She leaves a and one husband daughter to mourn her loss She became a member of the Metho Â¬ dist Church in this city in 1871 and had lived a faithful Christian life since that time Includlng said road and with the Mr Charles Wheeler died at Martin antha Steduiin the Baptist lines of Ja Church and She Is Not lilinri Martin to the the home of his parents on Wed- - Hainuel flfrt oiler said bculunluiparcels a descrip Â¬ I will laud In nesday February 13 ofconsump tion and plat of which can be seen on application woman s vision is remairkamy tion the undersigned commissioner I And I will then offer Mild trac as a whole and accept the bid or bids under which the greatest clear in seeing coils of barbed wire lrl owl sum will be realized for aid w hole tract provided TTiil - tiiiuiiniiu nu uiu clliu j iii- MincR1l on t however that If any me or two of the parcels barrels boxes with proiecuncr i to of the spciiuu tuiurtu uiiiii who was shall bring enough mid satisfy the Hensthen the Ishaiu Hailoy nans eic occupying me gieater badly frosted during the cold Bank or Kentucky parcels will not bo remaining rarcel or sold nor will said tract a a whole bo otTered Said lands part ol the sidewalk to the detn weather died Thursday will bo sold subject to a lieu fur S1HS0 wltn Jnter esttroiu until paid meut of dress skirts Men donti As the Roundabout is to be the Infant In miry 2 lblii the suit in fuvur of defendants In with rureiiastr to see such things because they dont run entirely by ladies this week surety bearing give bond Iroin good and sulllcleiit Interest date to have the lnrcii and effect of a replevin bond A will our friend Bulldofus will not be al- - bo reserved on the property sold until all lieu pur wear skirts the lowed to contribute to its columns chase money Is paid W 11 iOSKY and as Duckers is quite a prores- - feu l it Master commissioner Matrimonial sive little place we want to be Hancock McGkath The mar represented in the womans mini o must riage of Mr George Hancock of ber of the Roundabout to hold his this county to Miss Nonie Mc askour correspondent news until next week when the Grath will take place at Versailles cdiwr goes back to hs desk and WAGON the home of the bride on next tje Roundabout moves on as ONE SPRTUG MARKET condition SUITABLE butcher in good Also from 80 to 00 barrels of corn Apply to H UELT8HI Tuesday February 19th usual near Frankfort Ky on Benson Feb 2 3t T Inu from Stedmans mill to Cedar Cove tlience ti -- 1 j Â¬ - j FOR SALE i I- - 4 S Ml fi iggggggg 1 l i - WW ON THE LOOKOUT for her hand than a golden band of beauty Come and see the latest riogs How those brilliant Dia- Â¬ CLviwL y- ft mV Wf J JlV 1l H Lv - XV t W season THE love is atof sending messages hand What better i1 K- f 11 sj A LSfVHHF m Wlint She Tost could nohow resist It Her answer bright ind smart So like a Jewel threw It And It cut In in like n dart That wltf r Kiy rejoinder Of which she had been proud Would not hurt him by the Ingle But she said It In a crowd felie v monds Rubies Emeralds c sparkle They are worthy to adorn the finger of the best The laugh fli B HaT will be on the profit side of your 5e f pocket when we tell you that we feP nil are selling suoh rare beauties in forms of rings from One Dollar to the hundreds Clocks Silverware Eyeglasses cM at prices that would make the miser purchase if he happened to come our way See the smiling faces of our happy patrons 1- wm iy J T 3ELK - J 4IM THE 233 St Olair Kentucky marble of the same character as that used in the Capitol Hotel with the cupola rihing from the center of the roof The first floor was used tor public ofÂ¬ LEADING JEWELER Winter Scenes S6LB6RT k lErstrOrfcrt ZESIy - I fee from my window the hilltops white With the snow the dark cedar trees Bending Inwneath Its soft fleecy weight The sun Is veiled and the clouds seem to freeze on the picture grand Winter youre kingly In glistening attire And so gloriously reigning oer everjthlng now That your breath nukes us all tlmrk Cod for the lire I hear a voice In the cold saiiig low I come to nut and prepare the earth To bless mankind with my frozen touch And call to remembrance Hip Joys round the hearth O YOU WANT- It rests me to gaze She said It sitting by him And the rival he did hate In a dashing brilliant circle Of her great nnd famous State And she Hashed her eyes upon them Those eyes hed thought divine And they laughed and lifted to her All their sparkling cups of wine Any other witty woman Could say just what sbe said And he might have nnswered quickly Some gay badinage Instead But she was so distinguished That one seutence from her mouth Could flatter or could wound him More than any womans South And she knew that he did love her And adored her as his queen That he prized not life above her She the star of every scene ijhe knew that he was nobler Another scene breaks on my view Soft silvery tone float through the air A stillness now a quietude creeps fire November 25 18 13 Another Oer all things and yet It makes them folr moon shining the river Capitol building was erected in The reflected on Itsovercovered Is Ice fae 1 8 It was built of brick Sending countless bright be mis In the frosty air 14 16 two stories high a tall cupola in Till It seems an enchanted place Thoughts too deep for words well up in our the second fl or for House of Representatives and the third floor the Senate Chamber The State seems to have paid only about 3500 for the building of this Capitol the balance having been contributed by Frankfort to secure the location of the Capitol This building was destroyed by fices to g et iiLsrcasr THIS OFFER great v Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer ar the center contained a handsome Double either side building were The cost of bell brick building on facing the center for Than nil flatterers of her art But she could nohow resist it That temptation to be smart So upon this day o triumph State offices bosom While we look In awe unci wonder At the stars overhead and the white earth below And lot g to kro v whuts up yonder Away beyond the deep dark blue Above the world and Its crosses Kar far nwny within the early gates Where there aie no more tears or losses 1 Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while the assortment is unbroken RRDUGRD PRICES R ROGERS In her great and famous State When crowned with rosy cbaplets As the beauty of the fete She lost a richer Jewol Thun u kin to her could send Thnn Jill wo ld pralse more precious The heart of her true friend Jksnik C Mourns The State Buildings at Frank- fort V hi- On the first day of June 1792 Kentucky became a State the first admitted by the Colony of A Constitutional thirteen States Convention had met at Danville in April and provided that the first General Assembly should meet at Lexington on the 4th day of June 1792 During this session five Commissioners were appointed to locate the Capitol After several months of investiga tion they met again in November of the same year and reported tnat they had decided upon Frank- Â¬ fort as the most suitable place her offers having been most liberal If you dont wmt good work-The next sssion of the General dont try the Capital Steam Assembly met in the house of Liundry 24 tf Andrew Holmes in Frankfort We find Jhat 5 was paid for the In February 1869 the legislamaking of two platforms for the speakers and 4 for the making of ture appropriated Siojooo to Wififk III twelve benches This house was erect fire proof offices nv ny valu able books and records having been afterwards known as the Love The - plan house It was the house in which destroyed by fire Aaron Hurr planned his con adopted contemplated the erection In spiracy and tne first sermon ever of a building on each side was appro 55000 more preached in Frankfort was preach 1S7 priated to complete this east build ed in this house It stood where The State of Kentucky has Mrs Sam Steele now lives on ing long ago outgrown her buildings the corner of Wapping and Wil- Â¬ m Mild JcexTRMFiNC I The State Library now numbers kinson streets I The building of the first State 90000 volumes which for want I IHt JUIUiUII UUUO CMMU SUCUSUR V HHOll ML house in Frankfort seems to have of space are stored in attics and been a labor of love or rather pa- basements of all the buildings ABSOLUTELY PURE many being injured by dampness triotism for besides the large and dust The delegates to the THE OLD RELIABLE tract of land donated to the State first Constitutional Convention reGAPORAL here we find that stone lumber ceived 12 a piece as salaries dur The nails wagons and horses were do- - ing their 18 dtys session salary of Governor Isaac Shelby nated by the generous patriotic Governor of Kentucy was Hm stood tht Ttit of Tino people of 1 rankfort It was cor - first Members of IOOO per year MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER pletecl in 1704 It is described as the Legislature received fci RANOS COMBINED a large sightly stone building of day DfC 15 yi I U Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this building was 40000 more than half of which was subscribed two thirds of which subscription was raised in Franklin county The building on the east side was burned November 1865 the old building on the west side still stands hav ing been slightly altered since 18 16 The center building was again destroyed by fire November 4 1824 A seminary on the east side of the square was used by the Senate and a Church on the west side for the House of Representatives until the completion of the present building in 1S29 It is described in an arti le written at the time as having an aspect of It was pat great magnificence terned alter the Parthenon it is of Kentucky marble and has a portico supported by six Ionic columns The stairway under the is a remarkable piece of dome architecture and is said to have been built by a convict The in the south Courthouse stood east corner of the Statehouse yard in 1820 the front fence was of post and railing about V ADELAIDE HALK SON Virginia supported by an exceptionally trong company will appear at the Opera House Mory night February iSth in H Grattan Donnellys latest success Virginia The piece has been Mgnally successful The author has been identified with the construction of farce comedy and development of science nielo drama His most successful effort in pay writing is his latest success Vir- Â¬ Miss Stuart is an old ginia favorite and will be re Frankfort membered by her excellent work as Louise in the The Two Orphans and also in the leading Miss pirts in White Slave Stuaits supporting cast is of the best greit care having been taken in its selection Â¬ Â¬ Miss Julia Stuart RKMcCLURESOK u DEALERS IN- - Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and iff V PN Stationery irlJES vVl a1L if Aisroiex DEALERS IN xztt Black 8c Hursey FINE HARNESS Atf S w Â¬ U SADDLES 58 Â¬ SWEET A COMPLETE LINE OF CIGARETTE 1 TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND uiHr 10 3iii 232 INnfcT STEI ET m fkfijjMsfri fflF GET INTO THE BAND WAGON The above is a common every day American expression I have bought an immense lot of GOLD and GOLD PILLED OASES at panicky priceF and I want the public to share the benefits of the deal The cut onlv holds good for THIRTY DAYS I j ma i VS m W L COPPERSMITH FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT about Entered at the post office at Frnnkf or t Kentucky as second class mailable matter THE POPULAR JEWELER in 227 St Clair St u m is not usurping mans rights having been actively engaged GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 1G 1895 Why Wc Are Here As previously announced we the women of Frankfort are your guests to day and though self hope our presence none Explanatory the less welcome we have this to say In the march we have simply of progress fallen into line other contemporaries having preceded us in our own State as well as across the Ohio In looking backward over the lapse of ages we read of a certain Jew named Apollas an eloquent man and mighty in the scriptures instructed in the way of the Lord who spoke and taught the things of the Lord whom when Aquilla and Priscilla had heard they took him unto them and expounded unto him the way of God more perfectly and we see no reason why the Priscillas of to day should not be as useful in their day and At any rate while generation our vision may not be as clear as our brother editors we ask you to see Frankfort and her institu- Â¬ tions through feminine eyes In looking out into the politiral field the situation is not pleasant to contemplate and while this has been forbidden ground we cannot close our eyes to the present condition of aff lirs both State and National so vital to the interest of every individual and would timidly suggest thar the Priscillas might assist the Aquillas in ex pounding to our learned and eloquent statesmen Jmore perfectly lessons in political economy In the dawn of the new century we are safe in making for old fogyism is suggestions fast dying out and what remains is comfortably dozing in the chimney corner dreaminghappy dreams of the old war days unmindful of the fact that a younger generation with all its needs and possibilities is knocking at the door for politi- Â¬ cal preferment Yes old fogyism is perfectly harmless now While we would not arrogate to ourselves what the polite French writer Reclus said of woman that It is to woman that mankind owes all that has made us men yet with this same writer we would agree that woman was a potent agent in the inventions of early invited Â¬ Â¬ but Ins come to the realization distributing fuel provisions and that her intellect should be rightly clothing the latter having been used very generously donated by a num ber of the Frankfort people outIn His Name side the circle the garments given It is with much pleasure and away numbering nearly four hunIn addition to this charitv pride that we avail ourselves of the dred opportunity here afforded to give work the circle has been engiged the people of this vicinity some in in perfecting plans for the hospital formation in regard to our work and with the co operation of The International Frankforts good people hope be among them Order of Kings Daughters and fore tmny days to have the begin- Knives Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Harness Nails Wire or any thing in the way of Sons was organized in New York ning for a hospital which in time City in 1886 with a small number may prove a blessing to many Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Iron Pipe of members but in the nine years destitute and friendless sufferers Powder Shot and Shells Qall on rf itc Avictpnrp tlip minhrshin Hope Crushed to Earth has increased to thousands and the bosom ot 1 dyspeptic to day it is among the most power- Will rle againto Insubstitute nlse enough for pseudo Â¬ WHEN YOU NEED FLOWS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ful and widely known charitable the orgauizitions of the world The members of the order not only reside in the United States but are scattered over Asia and Africa as well as Europe Canada The object of this and Mexico wok o der is to do Gods wherever it may be found and to hold themselves personally re- Â¬ sponsible to Him for the faithful performance of the duties they assume upon declaring themselves The order one of his children is divided into circles which are organized in different places but are still under the supervision of a Central Council stationed at New York and governed by a constitu- Â¬ tion published by this council Besides the Circles of Kings Daughters and Sons now in exis- Â¬ tence nearly all over the world there are the Circles of Little Kings Daughters and Sons and it gives much pleasure to here announce that we have a Circle of Little tonics which have bamboozled him out of his belief In the possibility of cure the real in vlgornnt and f tomnchlc Bostetters stomach Bitters The bilious the nervous the dyspep Â¬ tic the rheurratlc nllke derive speedy benefit from this helpful botanic medicine Persons suffering from Indigestion will gain no positive permanent good from the fiery unmeditated stimulant of commerce too often used reckless Â¬ ly The Bitters Is Immeasurable to be preferred to the ie as a tonic since Its pure basis Is modi Â¬ fied by the conjunction with U of vegetable In Â¬ gredients ot the highest remedlcal excellence Malaria Is prevented and remedied by It and It Infuses vl gor into the weak and sickly A wine glassful thrre tin es n day Is the average dose CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer - 4 Crique Germ Proof Filter Ordination Service The special service at the First Presbyterian Church upon last Sabbath was very impressive and deeply interesting to the large congregation present The service had reference to the office of the in the Deacon Presbyterian Church and in his discourse upon the subject the pastor Rev Dr Blayney after giving the scriptural warrant for the office defined fully and clearly its high and responsible duties both as practiced by the apostles and disciples of the early Christian church and as required by the church of to day After the sermon the ordination and Installation of the deacons re- Â¬ cently elected by the congregation vas conducted by the pastor with prayer and laying on of hands in accordance with the form of The Best And Cheapest ter In Use It Will filÂ¬ r4J7 i I Make The Muddiest Water Clear As Crystal Is ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY FAMILY Frankfort They are working under the name and have of Helping Hands For the chosen for their nwtts the bright little love of Christ president of this Circle being not more than ten or eleven years of Their object is to substan age tially relieve the sufferings of those less fortunate than themselves A prettier sight could not be imagined than that which was witnessed on St Clair street sev eral days ago of three of these Kings Daughters in pr POWER Sole Agent Ann Street Every liukor In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour -- art The Bible furnishes many character studies where women were not lacking in wisdom or courage Deborah and Jael furnish striking illustrations for they were made the instruments by which God suL dued Jabin King of Canaan and through them the hand of the children of Israel prospered Abigail a woman of good understanding by tact turned the hospital in Frankfort but not wrath of David from her house- being in a financial condition to hold and received a blessing in- begin this work at once it was destead of the curse purposed in cided to do charitable work of all his heart against her husband kinds By these examples we simply Since October many cases of mean to show that the New suffering and distress have been Woman now so much written relieved the members of the circle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ little ladies with a sled load of pro visions trudging through the snow to relieve a suffering family at the extreme end of South Frinkfort The older circle organized the early part of October with some thing like a dozen members ani began work under the name of the It was agreed Silent Workers should be invited to that no one become a member of the circle but anyone desiring to do the Masters work might present her name to be voted upon thereby becoming a voluntary member At the present writing the mem Â¬ bership numbers thirty nine all being interested and active work- Â¬ ers It became the object of this to work circle when organized for the establishment of a free Â¬ government of the Pretbyterian Church after which the ruling elders and deacons already in office welcomed the newly elected brethren and gave them the right hand of fellowship to take part in specific work of the church The newly installed officers are Messrs T L Edelen Chas E Hoge Win C Herndon David Nicol and J Buford Hendrick all well known as men of high character and standing in the community and it is safe to predict that in their office they will honor the church which has put honor and dignity upon them Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED f THE J E THE BEST IN I M FLOUR THE WORLD Â¬ Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con Â¬ vinced The Modern Invalid Patronize Home Industry M A COLLINS -- CALL ON Has tastes medicinally in keeping A remedy with other luxuries must be pleasantly acceptable in form purely wholesome in com- Â¬ position truly beneficial in effect and entirely free from every ob If really ill jectionable quality he consults a physician if consti- Â¬ pated he uses the gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs Â¬ S FOR BARGAINS IN- - Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass Oils Â¬ All diseases of the skin cured and lost complexion restored by Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmith J W Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Johnsons Oriental Soap Gayle Sole Agent Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc Dr Prices Cream laktag Pw4r A Pure Qn Crua t Tartar PtwAtr m CDR1CER MAIN JUTD LEWIB STREETS Wc Mffcf m SfkS sgg lftgg ill WBaJffrWj ilAia 4V4Ltu f Vol XVIIL No 24 Supplement to The Frankfort Roundabout I dow it lifted up my hopes gently approached the window so as not to alarm him and in a most coquettish way said Mr Craig why dont you Saturday Feb 16 1895 1 The Two Villages Applicable to Frankfort and her cemetery Over the river on the hill Lietti a village white and still All around It the forest trees Shiver and whisper In the breeze Over H sailing shadows go Of soaring hank and screaming crow And mountain grasses low and sweet Grow in the midst of evnry street Over the river under the hill I1 If1 it marry Oh ah yes he ejaculated No madam The money office is closed for to day come toThen looking up and morrow seeing me he added quickly marry Excuse me madam did you say I cant Im too And young law wont let me he abruptly left me pretending to hear somebody call him every- Â¬ madam That horrid Going up town again where with my eyes filled with tears and my heart sad I saw Mr Toby Franklin sitting inside the city clerks office looking out through I gave him an the window expressive smile and would you believe me he never even seemed to know I was near but kept looking way off towards Fort Hill like a man full of melancholy and misery I turned my head away and hurried across to Crutchers store He Oh Mr Crutcher is so nice and smiled and told stopped me pretty stories and laughed and turning towards the store he called out John Dago you fellows have that crowd of customers and come out here and talk He emphato this young lady turned his sized the young dear eyes on me sighed and seemed to feel that he would give worlds to be young again and have a chance to love me There was so much soul in his eyes I had to give him a sweet look not too strong but appreciative Mr John and Dago Cannon came out together so glad to see me shook hands asked me how I stood the weather if- I had any cough or cold or tendency to croup or sore throat Mr Dago said diphtheria was very cach ing went harder with old people than young ones As I looked quickly to see vhat this strange talk meant I noticed Mr Dago wink at his Then John grinned brother sepulchrally You cant imagine how angry I It looked really as if they was Well were making fun of me I said in my most gentlemen I have neither sarcasfc tones cough nor cold nor diphtheria nor am I in half the danger from either that your necks will be from lump const iction before you die Tossing my head Good day proudly I swept round the corner so mad I could scarcely see Just as I passed Dr Humes office I met Mr Robt Pepper jr Mr Junie Todd and Mr Ely They stopped and talked to me so sweetly and delightfully I almost It was felt I could walk on air like incense of the gods after the cold unfeeling and selfish words I had heard only a little while be fore I was in raptures Y u look soyoung and bloom ing said Mr Todd You seem so happy I envy you said Mr Pepper I wish I had time to walk added Mr Ely home with you Twenty minutes we lingered and talked and Mr Ely seemed to forget his hurry But alas how bitterness hides in the bottom of the cup As they walked away I heard Mr Todd say to Mr Pepper she swallowed it all and they laughed Oh you mean men devils that Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another village lleth still There I seo In the cloudy night Twinkling stars of household light Fires that gleam from the smithys door Mists that curl on the rivers shore And in the road no grasses grow For wheels that travel to and fro In that village on the hill Never is sound of smithy or mill The houses are thatched with grass and flowers Never a clock to toll the hours The marble doors are always shut You can not enter hall or hut All the villagers lie in sleep Never again to sow or reap Never In dreams to moan or sigh Silent and Idle and low they lie In that village under the hill When the night Is starry and still Many a weary soul In prajer Looks on the other village there And weeping and sighing longs to go Up to that home from this below Longs to sleep In the forest wild Whither have vanished wife or child And heareth praying this answer fall Patlencel that village shall hold ye all BOSE TKRRY COOKK walk the streets and suffer womens comparatively young at the time hearts to break in lonely and deso- she had developed a great love for late singlehood You dont know flowers and attained great skill in what you do their culture For many years I know Im good looking and and indeed up t j the time of her sensible and younger than some death which occurred only a few others in Frankfort and could years ago she was an acknowlmake a loving wife for some one edged authority in our city upon of you But you are dumb as a all matters pertaining to florisphynx blind as a bat and culture We have often seen unwaste life worse than an infidel der her magic touch and care the t You are simply mean heartless rare and tender plants grow and selfish wretches and Men devis bloom when other florists less Oh oh my life skilled and gifted knew only failand I hate you is blasted and my heart is break- ure The eloquent tribute of the I am afraid Ill never never editor will be fully appreciated by ing marry all who knew the lady the late In tears and despair Mrs Jane Page Sally Ann A LOVER OF FLOWERS SPLENDID Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wouldnt You Haby boy were I the rain I would always stay In Spain And instead of spoiling fun Or a game so soon begun I would let the whole earth dry Rather than make children cry Wouldnt you Bab boy were I the snow I would never never gol I would of my dry flakes boast So you children all could coastl If ihe sunshine warm should be I would say It shant melt me Wouldnt you Baby boy were I the sun Id shine upon I I would neer make children fret Ever you Just because I bad to set I would let them sit up late And not go down ttll after eight Wouldnt vou Â¬ -- M C S N Baltimore Md Feb 5 1896 Over the Walls to Liberty A negro convict made his escape from the penitentiary Thursday night by scaling the walls His escape was discovered in time to send out a searching Nasturtiums The first nasturtium vine I remember to have ever seen was not many years ago growing in an ordinary flower pot It was run ning up over a little frame three or four feet high The foliage small and scant the blooms were more abundant but very small yellow blossoms The lady who Â¬ ROSE Â¬ A Heurt Broken by Men Devils Dear Roundabout I am so glad of the chance to speak my mind about those horrid creatures thar worry women those men devils I have cried my eyes nearly out in secret and my poor life is so spoiled that I just jump at the chance to tell people how mean they are Ive been wanting to marry yes I say it right out for many years and I have tried without being forward and unladylike to warm up some dear heart so it would beat only for me Ive modestly hinted delicately and about how lonely I was and how I could love a generous soul and how we could go along hand in hand and never know a care But not a male soul would take the hint or say a word The other day as I walked down Main street trying to look my sweetest and best I met Mr George L Payne near J W R Co s drug store He Williams had that lovely military air and stepped as gaily as one of Mr Peppers fine incers I thought he had been on the carpet a good while and here was my chance I smiled and said to him in low dulcet tones Good morning Mr Payne you seem to be thinking ol some dear one Good morning madam not I at all not at all he replied havent thought of any dear one since I left Cora in Michigan Those words went to my heart like an Italian dagger To call me madam and prefer some other girl to me Oh the man brute that he is I threw up my K head drew my skirts aside and scornfully went by him I had hardly time to straighten my face before I met Mr Gil Mastin on the corner He is the nice beau who dotes on all the new girls that come to town said I Ill bet Mr Mastin you are thinking about me and I gave him such a loguish glance I thought his heart would go pita-pat was quite however proud of it and all who saw it thought it a beauty The next one I saw was indeed beautiful It occupied a central position in a green house had been trained up to the roof where the vines were divided and trained each way across the house bearing clusters of richest crimson flowers It was then I became interested in nasturtiums not only for their bright beauty but because I recog nized in their quaint graceful forms the flower homes of the faries of the dearly loved fairy lore of childhood days Nasturtiums to be successfully grown I have found from my own experience require rich soil plenty of water and a position where they will have some shade as well as They will have greener sunshine vines abundant fliage which alone is beautiful and quantities of larger blossoms all the summer through until hard frost kills them If one wishes to train them up wird they will grow from ten to eighteen feet high If planted at the side of a low fence and allowed to trail over they form a very attractive screen with their many shades of ydlow to deep crimson and cardinal red furnishing a constant brilliant dis play throughout the season To have the best effect in growing them this way it is necessary to assist the vines by frequently tying them here and there to the fence as they are heavy and often slip quite away before getting hold If the blossoms are freely gath ered the vines will be kept in a healthier growing and blooming condition than if the flowers are left to form too many seed Some of our strongest and best blooming vines were those coming from seed self sown in the autumn and lying in the ground all winter L VV owned it Â¬ Mrs Thos S Page presented to the lovers of flowers a rare treat last week She exhibited a Tea Rose of the most beautiful bloom 16 inches in circumfer- Â¬ ence A more beautiful rose never greeted human sight It would have been a glory for the crown ol a queen and we thought and think no one better deserved to wear a crown so adorned than she who grew the splendid flower It is at all times a rich treat to visit the garden and hot house of Mrs Page Every thing at all seasons exhibits the taste and refinement which belong peculiarly to the lovers of nature in her most beautiful and lovely productions in the bowers of Flora We are pleased to mention this individual instance of the love of floriculture in this place because where we see success in this de lightful department of rural pursuits it is sure to be attended by equal success in the more substantial labors of agriculture There are a number of other ladies in this place and neighborhood who have been very successful in rear ing beautiful and valuable flowers plants and fruits will they allow us to suggest the propriety of their establishing a horticultural society for the monthly exhibition of their productions Such a so- Â¬ ciety could be well managed here and would be instrumental in im proving all the productions of the floral and vegetable garden as well as the public taste Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ party who overhauled and recaptured him near Saffells distillery on the Lawrenceburg pike and returned him to the penitentiary Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Seyen Loaves and Two Fishes1 This is an expression used to designate a party given by two young ladies of Frankfort on Fri day evening of last week Owing to the extreme cold many of the invited guests were unable to attend and the gathering consisted of seven young ladies and two young gentlemen Wanted A Crowd and a New Organ The young ladies of the First Church will give a housekeepers bazaar in Marchbe for spring cleaning begins There will be dust caps tea towels bags and dainty fancy work for clean houses but the chief feature will be aprons from distant States and foreign countries Presbyterian Tlie Pastor Pro Tern Located Rev W B Taylor who will supply the pulpit of the Christian during Mr Church Darsies absence has taken rooms with the Misses Chinn on Broadwav The congregation extends a cordial welcome to Mr Taylor and hopes his stay in Frankfort will be a pleasant one Change of Time Only a Spitting Cut The editor of the Daily Capital said that he did not see why the ladies did not He was boycott Ingersoll too just as bad in his way if not worse than Breckinridge A Georgia girl replies Not is the difference between a so It rattlesnake and a spitting cat Nobody fears Ingersoll When the whole wide world now knows of Christ and He knows His own Ingersolls foolishness hurts only himself Then too a spitting cat sometimes retires from the top rail of a fence and sits in the Â¬ sometime ago Â¬ Cresent change of into effect Sunday November 1 8th Through train o Florida and to New Orleans leaves Cincinnati 830 a m Lex- Â¬ ington 1 100 a m arrives Chatta- Â¬ nooga 630 p m Jacksonville next morning at 1000 and New Orleans at 930 a m ening train carries sleeper to Jacksonville via Birmingham C W Ry ofGa andS F Local train for Chattanooga leaves 745 a m Blue Grass Ves- Â¬ Chis W tibule 400 p m Zell D P A Cincinnati O Queen time went chimney corner To Cincinnati February 21st and 22d the Mid Â¬ To Cincinnati Jan 17-18-- Feb Roses of the Long Ago land will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at one fare Account Epworth League Meeting at NewÂ¬ There you are wrong he said I was just going to buy me 4 - t a horse blanket I was so mad I nearly cried right there on the street It was so cruel to talk to me that way so cold and unfeeling I hurried to the postoffke hop ing for a love letter even if it was Mr Lewis Craig anonymous looked so sweet at the order win Â¬ J Mrs Editor Franklin port An old copy of the A Great Otlor Farmer of May 4 1839 a paper published in the town of Frankfort We will send the Roundahout over two generations ago was ac- one year and The Louisville Even cidentally found a few days ago ing Post one year to any sub Now One of scriber for 300 per year and came into my hands is the time to subscribe the articles contained in it an editorial will be of interest no Murril Gras all lovers of flowers doubt to February 19th to 24th the Mid of the present dav in our land will sell tickets to New The lady referred to was Orleans and Mobile at one fare midst well known and greatly beloved the round trip Limit returning and although March 15th Account Mardi Gras in our community Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ April and 1S 10 the Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at half fare to persons holding an admission ticket to the Cincinnati Orchestra or Apolo Club concert on the above dates Tickets good for three days m Â¬ To neglect caring for a cough or cold Every time you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation la started that in n short time is ditllcult to control Dr Hales House Â¬ hold Cough Cure has such a magic effect upon a cough allaying all irri tation so quickly that every person in the land should always have a bot Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon the ilrst appearance of a cold It costs only 25o and 50o a bottle at P H Carpenters drug store a Â¬ Its a Mistake fia hv timr- - m n am damask cheek and the rose is the found a loyal wife to excuse his arrive Cincinnati 626 pm rose still weakness and a loving mother to SDNDAT TRAINS True she has entered new fields brighten the lives of her children Leave Georgtown 1037 a m arrive Frankfort 1130 am and has discovered that she has Wasted affection it would seem in Leave Frankfort 230 pm arrive Georgetown WILL BE POUND IN THE 325 p m other capabilities than that of this case and yet Leave Frankfort 230 pm arrive Cincinnati 626 p m Leave Cincinnati 730a m arrive Frankfort the household drudge or goddess What the fountain sends forth weekly Courier Journal 1130 am Returns Rgain to the fountain it is to as the case may be yet The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec A ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper All the devotion that this poor help herself rather than to be less tlons form the shortest and cheapest route to a HENRY WATTERSON Is tbe Editor points north sooth east and west That she is fitted for creature gives without the thought a woman For further Information apply to their agents or PRICE 100 A YEAR work in various positions former- Â¬ of reward comes back to refresh C D BERCAW GEO B H ARPER Gen Supt Gen Pass Agt Reclver ard ly held by men is proved by the her own life with a sense of peace Frankfort Kr Tbe WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes liberal terms to agents sample copies of tbe fact that she keeps them and em and joy in that she has placed her paper and Premium Supplement sent free to sy address Write to ployers say that she is far more best gift on a beautiful altar and N TIME TABLE li COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY efficient than any man they can forms for her brow a crown of the A M A M P M PM Louisville Ky And she not only holds most perfect womanhood get SOUTH No 17 Nol9 No 21 No 23 THE offices own in shops her Lv Lexington 846 777 165 616 Christian Devils 9 01 212 638 and other situations where merely Yarnallton Midway 917 227 60 Spring Station 925 235 66 skillful labor is required but takes A little Frankfort girl hearing 960 650 Frankfort AND THE 300 720 10 3 617 Bagdad intel- Â¬ that the Christian Endeavors were 383 71 her place with man from an 103S 634 349 8K Pleasurevllle 1044 641 367 811 Eminence lectual standpoint in the pro to meet at a neighbors greatly Weekly Gouiier jQuroai Lagrauge 1115 707 425 SM Pewee Val ey Â¬ 448 865 1135 733 fessions the hospital nurse be- astqnished her mother by saying Anchorage 466 9 OB Wilt be sent one year to any address for S200 1144 716 Ar Louisville 1219 812 520 93 comes the skillful physician the Christian Devils BIG FOUR ROUTE would another woman attains prominence meet at Mr Rs to night A M P M P M P M Best Line to the North and East NORTH in journalism even the staid bar No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Baptist Ten All lines from the South make has been invaded by petticoats Lt Loultvllta 735 4illl C20 330 in Central connections direct Aneliorage 811 43 654 42 and their rustle is heard where The ladies of the Missionary Union Station Peweo Vallf 1 824 148 705 410 Cincinnati with Lagrange CAVtAIOUHAUt MARKS 850 56 788 42b even angels fear to tread in the Society of the Baptist Church through trains of the Big Four Eminence 926 542 758 40 COPYRIGHTS Ileusurevllta 9tf 6 05 86 46 50 825 609 discussion of the most learned gave a tea in the lecture room on to Chicago St Louis IndianapoBagdad 949 CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For 1020 685 855 536 Frankfort New points of law during Station 9211 569 1145 Monday afternoon which was lis Columbus Cleveland Midway 1055 606 Vil For full infor York and Boston tlons strictly confidential A Handbook of la But it is not before the judges greatly enjoyed by all present 1111 Yarnallton 946 621 iormauon concerning ratenta ana now to OB 10 AT 640 mation call on nearest agent or Ar Lexington 1180 taln tbem sent free Alto a catalogue Of niffhsn lcal and sclenttflo books sent free bench on the lecture platform or address Patents taken tbrpngh Mnnn ft Co MOetTf special notice In the Scientific Americas and Well Bet u Cent in clamoring for the prerogatives No 21 will 8 top at AnchorHc anr E O McCormick thus are brought widely before the public witk put coat to the inventor This splendid paper for fo pasaenKurH Pass Traffic Mgr Christiaiirtbury points beyond of man that the true woman is You will read thin It is to call your DBMartin Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by farts Lexington and largest circulation of any sclenttflo work ua ta world S3 a Tear Ssmnle conlea aent free attention to the fact that Dr Hales Ticket Agent Genl Pass seen or her influence most potent No 17 11 and 21 connect at Lugran Building Edition monthly tjUO a year Single Household Ointment is the finest Cincinnati O ror OiuciiuHii oh IU and 21 ooimc ly felt It is something that works remedy in the world for general ue 1 Anononwe ffr Hlnowfleio Bri nh For secure contruit A iMmu in a silent way and as the under- It takes away jjains at once ltfit deilmi andNEW YORK 301 BBOADWAT Chcup Rateti South MUNN CO cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a current of thought that scarcely hundred ailments one is apt to have On February 5th the Kentucky in the recognizes its author As the dew You want it after the house all once time and you have Midland will sell tickets to a great FOUR drop that comes in the night to tried it you wont be without it 25 many points in the south at one 50 cents a box give its refreshing touch to the and druir store at P H Oarpen fare for the round trip Account b tkpb springing grass and impart new life Land Seekers Excursions Y M C A to the drooping flowers truly T AND FROM it gleams next morning like a THE- 22d the Mid February 20th to sparkling diamond in the sunlight land will sell tickets to Lexington Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlsr and yet we can haidly tell whence and return at one fare Account Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest Improved Private Com it came or whither it goeth And Y M C A Convention partment Buffet Sleeping Cars raagnlficlenUr luniiHueu wuu iniiei accessories in earn co so with all the forces of nature M ton A TRIAL MONTHS SUBICIMPTMtN pai tiuent B Till BIG FOUR ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to M The little seed is hid in the ground B exposed to the noiseless mysteri- 11ns the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ olid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor ILOUISMLE ties at Chicago ous powers that cause it finally to All trains enter Ohicago on the Illi- Â¬ Cars Elegant t oacbes Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars M burst forth into glorious life and nois Central tracks along six miles of M THt BRiaHTCST AND BUT AFTCRNOON the Lako Front through the most M IN THC SOUTH B beauty and we lose sight of why picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent The only through Sleeping Car Hue from Cin And all Points NORTH and WEST it was in seeing that it is Latest Market Quotations New Central Station on Twelfth street cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars Latest State News Much in the same way the and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ All the Local News to the Auditorium Richelieu Vestibued Trains gentle hand that rocks the cradle venient and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ K Victoria Complete Press Reports tends nurtures and cultivates the in two blocks of the State and Dining Oar Services The Southwexteru Limited Solid Vestibule Wabash Street Cable Lines and the TmIiih with Combination Library Buffet and Palace Chair Oars mind of the little child that in South Side Elevated Railway Con Ltrgist Circulation In thi South Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cure Elegant venient stops are also made at Hyde Coaches and Dining Cars landing passengers In Pullman Buffet Sleepers New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively after years astonishes the world M 30000 AND OVER DAILV Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty with its greatness It is impossible Second street Stations NO FERRY TRANSFER Only First Clam Accommodations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains for the man to tell just ho w much Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars And For Further Information Address 50 Be sure your tickets read via BIG FOUR of his mother there is in all the Private Compartment Buffet Sleep d b martin Or soo a Year by Mall eomccormick Oars No Pass Traffic Manager Genl Pars Ticket Agt power and ambition that leads him ing Cars and Superb Dining to make B L Brjrao C P d W G Crmh D transfer across Cincinnati CINCINNATI Interview great men connections to succees JNO A HALDCMANBus MSR Your tioket should read via the Big LOUISVILLE KY M SOS rOURTH AVCNUC H and how often they will say that a Four Route to enjoy these privileges OR LOUIftVILLK KKNTUOKY E OMcOormiok Pass TraflloMgr woman was their chief help and exe D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt inspiration The noted humorist Jas Barker 0 P A Chicago IM Big Four Route Cincinnati O office 1 Robert JJurdette in writing one of a series of articles published in Woman has been scarcely loss The La dys Home Journal on modest in proclaiming the accom The Woman Who Most In plishments and qualifications of fluenced Me lovingly attributes her sex than Kentucktans in tell- the best there is in his work to an ing of the advantages of their be- invalid wife who was unable for Ever body has had years to give him more than her loved State ample opportunity to know that sweet advice and counsel feminine hands have not been idle Think too of the monument in the forming of the worlds his- that arises to the noble life work tory or determining the destinies of the long sufferer Jennie Cassi of men day Too ill for such a long time And despite all innovations she to leave her bed she instituted is essentially the same to day that plans for the relief of humanity Even till when death relieved her from she was in the beginning penetrate the disguise of the almost ceaseless pain many a new woman most up to date poor working girl rose up to call and she will be found deeply her blessed and a greater gloom intensely feminine just as ready was cat even within prison walls to scream at the first approach of in the thought that she who had real or fancied danger as her tim- established the custom of sending orous predecessor she no more flowers to brighten the desolate scorns the protection of a strong lives of the unhappy inmates had arm than she did in her less inde- gone from them forever Her most stoutly pendent days Perhaps in a womans heart and startling theories however is found her truest world maintained vanish into air where her heart is and even if unfortunate in her concerned and she walks hand in affections she delights to sacrifice hand with her more conservative her life where love has marked sisters at the call of pain or sorrow the way though the path be where a womans touch most surely torturous and the goal distant No amount of stiff Just as surely as a home of poverbrings relief collars shirt fronts tailor made ty and unhappiness may so often suits or even bloomers can erase be traced to a worthless husband the just as frequently can there be the blush of modesty from Woman THE NEW F F V LIMITED Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Cay Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ tion Car Built by the Pullman Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which arc reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only enables business men to train that transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m m Providence 7 1 5 p m and Boston The F F V is the 830 p m only modern train lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington wjth the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion reaching New Steamship Line York 300 p m the next day Â¬ Â¬ I Kentuoky Midland Bj only direct line betweea ST JOHN BOYLE f RCOTIM a C 0 S W R R CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Â¬ Â¬ Shortest and quickest between le 18 ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ms to Limited MEMPHIS Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Pal Car LOUISVILLE TQ KajiTille Cynthiana month THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ and Covington MEMPHIS ASK KOH TICKETS VI A KY MIDLAN1 nimS BUN BT GERTHIL 5TA1DARD TIM VICKSBTJRG NEW OKLEANS AND ALL POINTS W In effect Dec SCHEDULE OK SO 1891 TRAINS V U South W j and Southwest A M Ta 31 THAIN3 BAST A Lt Frankfort Lt Summit LrKlkhorn LTSwltzer Lt Stamping Ground Lt Duvall Lt Johnson B Lt Georgetown Ar C S Depot Newtown Lt Lt Centrevllle I Nol 700 706 711 718 734 740 747 No 2 SO No 51 P M o 1 290 249 300 906 313 319 333 848 406 Â¬ 24 Â¬ 728 890 840 856 910 930 1000 1005 415 426 440 466 516 646 660 Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address WTraveling J McBRIDE Agent Pass Louisville Ky T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Â¬ 756 808 816 A Lt Elizabeth Ar Paris C I 821 830 M I I 430 P M I I 41C Â¬ A M PM TRAINS WKST No 2 No 4 645 555 610 No 6 No 8 Lt Paris Lt Elizabeth Lt Centerrllle C Â¬ Lt Lt Lt uv Lt Lt Lt Lt Lt AT jonnson Durall Stamping Ground Elkbom Summit Frankfort Swltzer Newtown U S Depot Georgetown 1000 B 946 966 631 1230 1232 106 125 140 BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany 10 08 A 1037 1040 1046 1064 1069 1M 1116 1122 1130 642 703 713 720 786 726 645 651 6 67 645 617 635 645 716 716 150 200 Leare Frankfort 880 a m 1045 a m Leave Frankfort 7 a m 1020 Leave Frankfort 230 p ra arrive Lexington arrive Cincinnati Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything -- IW ROUNDABOUT -- I KTTOJTCPH BHMAnin Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ IIS ROUTE BEST LINE CHICAGO -- TiilCE 1 MONON ROUTE Â¬ 501 TlfllESj H H m Â¬ ST LOUIS BOSTON CHICAGO Â¬ NEW YORK H H H H Â¬ I H 1 H Â¬ Ik Job work neatly cuted at this Â¬ I I I centsTmonth I H H H w 1 I i M SO SHOES and HATS 1895 We propose to show you the best assorted stock of jfoj p We are still in the ring For the coming season to be found in the city When in need of anything in our line call and see us and our prices will speak for themselves Respectfully I W BKii I AVI - 1L They Stood by the Door seems thick enough pour into a And the Lord spake unto Moses saying FRANKFORT FEBRUARY lfi 1895 dish lined with spongecake lady The daughters of Zelophehad speak right Numbers 27th Chap fingers preferred when nearly Housekeeping Xotes In this divine chronicle of the cold add the merangue flavored with lemon or vanilla bake a light rights of the children of Isreal we Learn the use of paper bags in find this chapter devoted to the cool place your supplies for the pantry brown and set it in a five pioneer women who came up Experience will teach that it is a eaten with cream to the tabernacle to sue for their ingood plan especially for those TO MAKE AND UAKE A GOOD CORN heritance It must be remembered HOECAKE who would live well on a small had not heretofore been a They will find that a 50 Use only wa er power meal there income statute in the Jewish law conpound bag of flour will last as long sift and add to say a pint of meal as twice that much in a barrel for a half teaspoon of salt mix with cerning the rights of the daughters of Israel and when the five orphan in the eyes of a servant the barrel cold water thickly and let it set full seems such a bountiful supply an hour before baking rub the daughters of Zelophehad appeared by the door of the tabernacle to that it does not matter if the kitch- baker with salt to make it very plead their cause we may well en floor catches one half dur- Â¬ smooth rub it off put some lard surprise in that ing the process of sifting and or sweet bacon grease on the sur- understand the where congregation The same may be said face remove near all of this reverent kneeding The sprinkle the surface of the baker Moses in his priestly robes sat in of sugar coffee and tea with the princes of mistress may handle them herself well with dry meal When it judgment Israel in their magnificent oriental but she unconsciously wastes more browns from the heat drop a small uniforms around his throne The if she dips into a barrel of sugar tablespoon of the dough that women came before them unsack of coffee or a five pound box has been made the consistency and alone and stood of tea than if she dipped into a of mush with the addition of a heralded before the multitude in the majesty tablespoon of sweet milk on the paper bag of a wooden tray use a baker and spread each one till the of their cause They had borne In place It is easier baker is full bake rapidly This the injustice of the men of Israel large shallow tin pan until its bitterness had stung them to clean and keep cl an and be- is the old fashion hoecake into this bold assertion of their sides the flour lard or butter is TO REMOVE CAKE OR BREAD FROM rights in the government and the kept cooler during the process of TINS No inheritance of their father making bread This coolness is Set the pan on a damp cloth for pen of poet or brush of artist has of especial advantage in making a few moments then loosen by yet approached in word or color puff pastry striking the edge of the pan gently this significant and beautiful Keep flour in a dry place on a table Care should be taken of righteous indignation coffee and tea in a closely fastened to place the hands safely under picture in the daughters of Zelophehad can The old fashioned tea caddy the cake to prevent its falling to and done it justice lined with zinc is just the thing to the floor They stood before Moses and be- Â¬ preserve the flavor of tea but APPLE SUET DUMPLINGS fore Eleazer the priest and before Leave where shall one be found 1 I pint of flour cup of suet the princes and all the congregation cake in the mould in which it is chopped very fine 4 teaspoonful by the door of the tabernacle of baked covered well or in a cake of salt 2 medium sized apples the congregation saying in elo- Â¬ box it will keep fresh a lung pared and also chopped fine mix quent protest against being disin time all together in a bowl then stir in- herited Our father died in the PUDDING to the mixture a half tea cupful of wilderness and he was not in the Stir one teacup of beef suet cut sour milk with a half teaspoonful company of them that gathered in thin pieces into a teacup of in it or just themselves together against the of soda dissolved dark New Orleans molasses Add enough to barely hold together Lord in the company of Korah to this a teacup of sour cream or medium sized dumplings Have Afterwards follows the clinching buttermilk mixed in with 3 a kettle of boiling water on the Why argument in their question teacups of flour ijj teaspoons stove and when the meal is an- Â¬ should the name of our father be of soda dissolved in a little milk nounced drop the dumplings into done away from among his family or water I teacup of seeded the kettle Serve very hot Give because he hath no son 1 teacup of currants raisins Sauce for the dumplings unto us therefore a possession well beat the flour them 1 teacupful of sugar thor among the brethren of our father eggi mixture very hard before adding oughly beaten together table Had it been an appeal that could the fruit boil four hours in a tin spoonful of butter and 1 teacup- Â¬ have been decided by the law of bucket set in boiling water ful of boiling water stirred in just the great law giver Moses we be Sauce for the above pudding before sending to the table flavor lieve he would have at once attend Cream 2 tablespoons of butter with nutmeg For six person ed to their petition bu- it was a beat into it 2 teacups of light A FRUIT BREAD PIE new issue and argued by a new brown or white sugar add 2 Cover the bottom of a baking class of plaintiffs before the bar of Beat well tablespoons of cream dish with slices of buttered bread Israel and flavor with nutmeg and lemon then a layer of blackberries or any Women then had no voice in the juice other small fruit either fresh or disposition of property or the incanned then another layer of heritance of the rich estates and CHARLOTTE RUSSE PUDDING Six eggs leave three whites for buttered bread and so on until titles of the princes of Israel So the merangue beat the yellow dish is two thirds full place in it was when these intelligent and three remaining whites to- Â¬ stove until thoroughly heated and orphans of the splendid house of Manaseh came to plead for their gether Put two pints of new milk serve property rights Moses before on the fire when almost to boilO W O Hardman Sheriff of Tyler brought ing point add the eggs sweetened Co W Va appreciates a good thing answering we are told and does not hesitate to say so Ho their cause before the Lord to taste flavored with vanilla was almost prostrated with u cold a bottle thicken with three tablespoons of when he procuredRemedy of Cham Â¬ And the Lord spake unto He says berlains Cough corn starch that sold in the bulk It gave me prompt relief I find it Moses saying The daughters of an Invaluable remedy for Zelophehad speak right Thou is the best dissolved in some of to be and colds ooughs For sale by Phil shalt surely give them a possession the three pints of milk left cold Carpenter South Side druggist FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT for the purpose When the mixture Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3VEeaelier Maisliall of an inheritance among their fathers brethern and thou shalt cause the inheritance of their father to pass unto them And it shall be unto the children of Israel a statute of judgment as the Lord DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at the PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Â¬ 1 Â¬ commanded Moses Just then and there we see a new statute was made to protect the inheritance of the daughters as well as the sons of Israel There was no appeal from this decision then There was no delay no attorneys to consult no technical ities to overcome in the manner of bringing the suit no strained in- Â¬ terpretation of the language no far fetched construction of the law no dissatisfaction with the verdict in order to appeal the case from court to tabernacle The injustice to the daughters of the Commonwealth of Israel was so manifest that this law gave them their rights at once and was by divine authority ordered to be established as a statute and commandment Under the enlarged opportunities conferred upon the daughters of Israel by this divine statute they progressed in intellectuality and in patriotism as well as in all the gentler graces belonging alone to womanhood Its influence and power widened as it went down the years and when Deborah the prophetess the wife of Lapidoth judged Israel it is not noted as a strange or unusual event bhe went with Barak to Kadesh to con Â¬ quer the hosts of Sisera and they won the splendid victory for the avenging of Israel The stars in their courses fought against Sisera because Debo- Â¬ rahs forces fought from heaven And the last chapter of her biog raphy ends with this beautiful tribute to the wise and gentle priest ess of the law during her term of office And the land had rest for forty years And the world has not a better or wist r Miverun to day than Queen Victoria the Deborah of the 19th century Â¬ Â¬ Saturday February 161895 Saturday March 2 1895 Saturday March 16 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain REEERENCES DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky H McClure Frankfort Ky Uughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky Jan 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¬ A J A sicott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort J T fetaten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky W McKee Hardle Franklort Ky Ky Lfl 4KF tfJ FREE THE IMPROVED For sale by TH03 A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L S N depot Abo needles oil etc for all sewing machines a share of your patron Â¬ age solicited Dec 22 6ui FOR RENT on Versailles turnpike The farm contains tiO acres and Is well set In grass and suited for dairy purposes Possession given on November lst18iM Kor terms apply to Aug 11 FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort tf WM CROMWELL DENTAL Over Guy MAIN ST - LABORATORY News Depot FRANKFORT EXTRACTED Barretts charge for extracting without pain when urtln-i-lteeth are ordered Otter work In propor Jun 6 ly tlon All work turranteu wb THE KY WITHOUT TEETH with Vitalized Air or local application Best Artltlclal Teetb on Rubber 3 to 10 No extra al FARM FOR RENT Â¬ sailles pike contnlnlng 2G6 acres Is for rent from March 1st Ib95 to March 1st 1896 The place ts well adapted to general farming slock talslng and tobacco growing and has advantages for dairy and marketing For partlcuiais apply to the undersigned at her residence on Ann street ortoFrHiikChlnu attormy 12 tf Mhs Mahv J Dew FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE the city limits of r rankfort on the Ver Â¬ OLD JUDGE rS L 1 THE BEST WHISKY INFRNAK fort for Â¬ - Family Awn rued or piemcai For ate by Highest Honors DR Worlds Pair Try it and be convinced U Kncin J Lusoher McKee Hardle V W Cherry and M T Mitchell LAWYERS w CREAM WCJ WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Also Real Â¬ RAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE Fre pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A Estate WJ CHINNtR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky OfUce Will practice In all State Courts iloor Custom House second1 r mft J Garland OAKS TDESIIE 03STXj ST 0 A3SZ With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T msiiiGious lor the pastor will conduct public worship at both services to moirow at 11 and 700 Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m BUCKLEY The Silver Question Â¬ oTpvX5 7V iie Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Taylor the pastor pro duct the services to morrow at 11 and 730 Christian Church W B tcm will con- Â¬ Rev The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 615 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Church Rev Father will conduct the services at ONeil Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Catholic Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev R L McOready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual the pastor will conduct the services to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 First Presbyterian Church Rev J McClusky Blayney D D p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the lecture room partments bright sunny morning nearly 900 eager faced children To wend their iy to school govern and in truct these children is a stupendous task when we rc gaid its responsibilities but a very pleasant one in its promise of future citizenship is the watch word Progress of the age and in no calling or profession is it more noticeable Recognizing than in teaching the the survival of the fittest teachers keep abreast with the times and employ every means for self improvement and- - aid in their work Various educational journals keep them in touch with their work elsewhere A monthly teachers meeting is held At this meeting plans are discussed and papers read on subjects assigned them The present work for study and discussion is Whites School Management The school library which is be- Â¬ ing added to as the trustees deem best contains many books very helpful to the teachers The stu- Â¬ dents have access to this library The school contains four de Â¬ On a Â¬ child upon first starting to school Heretofore he Ins had a life of unrestraint having had to a great extent his own way and pleasure So that system which can so nice ly adjust itself to his will and pleasure and yet at the same time contain the germs which will de Â¬ velop into control of will obliga Â¬ tion to others and that character of knowledge which will be a power for good is the one most suited to little children Parents what are you doing to Do you help educate your child know that while you think and plan for five or so the teacher carries forty to fifty on her mind See to it that your child attends school regularly promptly and forms systematic habits of study Give the teacher your hearty co operationv and thus promote the welfare of your child Oft for the Holy and mediate Methodist Church Rev W B Cooper will preach to morrow morn School ing at 11 oclock in the absence of rim GRADES Rev F S Pollett who is assisting in The course embraces those the conduction of revival services at branches which will best fit the Kn nvranincr aprvicc Tlnmtirrahiiro The ble finhnol meets at Brill n m child for actVe Citizenship Rnndnv grades make a capable busi Epworth League convenes at 045 p eight Cream Baking Powder m in the ladies parlor Besides the regular Dr Prices Highest Medal and Diploma ness man Worlds Fair prescribed course supplementary Southern Presbyterian Church Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will readers are used oral lessons in the occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ sciences are given and where posing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m sible specimens brought Â¬ Kindergarten Grammar and Inter High George Darsie left here Wednesday for New York and sails to day on the splendid steamer Normania for Gibralter He en route for the Holy Land will write several letters to the Roundabout while absent which will be especially interesting to The readers of this paper nravers of the Frankfort people follow him and they hope the trip will be both pleasant and provaRev Â¬ Sundny tchool at 030 ti0pfas 5tvsE KJVJOY Â¬ m m b l u fcv The need of a high school is demonstrated by the number A thorough grad A stranger standing upon the which attend bridge admiring the natural beauty uate of the school is prepared to of Frankfort asks the name of the enter colleges where a high grade imposing structure just across the of scholarship is required KINDERGARTEN With pride we answer river To a lover of children no scene that is our public school The people by vote select six gives moie pleasure than to watch Play Men noted for the little ones at their work men lor trustees honor and integrity who are will- it would seem to the one who ing to devote their time and does not understand that every energy gratuitously to the man movement and word has its mean The ing and use agement of the school is selected by See the little ones seated in superintendent The present superinten their red chairs around two long them dent Prof Mcllenry Rhoads has tables busy at work outlining in He is bright worsteds some figures on a national reputation This is but the object im President of the State Teachers cards Association and member for Ken- pression of the story told them by tucky of the Committee on Organ their teacher Hear a little boy ization of the National Educa- say to his neighbor who is having let The minutes trouble to thread his need tional Association for you See that of their meeting will attest that he me string it borne no mean part in the dis- little girl wait for the scissors to has Here they have be passed to her cussions Eighteen teachers are employed learned two very important lesto assist him in the work Hardly sons helpfulness and patience All appreciate the strange feel a home but what has felt their Frankforts Girt to Children till her HIGH SCHOOL Â¬ mfjA OJVE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Both the method and results when syrup of Figs in taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acta gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bcwels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kiud ever pro duced pleasing to the taBte and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial iu its tifiifts 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 fcjyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gifts may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it Â¬ Â¬ Diogenes to an honest man What is a silver dollar The honest man 50 Cents silver and 50 cents politics To the ancients our modern financial troubles were entirely un known This was not entirely due to the small extent of the domestic and foreign trade since at times this was quite considerable but largely to a different method of employing the precious metals in making exchanges The original system of trade was that of direct barter between two parties each of whom had articles useless to himself and which he was glad to exchange for something he wanted The idea so common nowadays that this trade and commerce was a species of war in which one must be the loser was too easily seen through with such simple methods Sup pose that A needs a set of furs to protect himself from the cold of winter and that he has two horses though one is all he can Now let B appear want- Â¬ use ing a horse and having a stock of furs beyond his needs An ex change takes place and you could hardly convince either that there had been any commercial warfare The transaction was to the mutual advantage of both in disposing of something not needed lor something that was This is the real theory of all trade and it was never entirely lost sight of until after the introduction of more complicated methods of exchange Gradually however gold and silver came into use as valuable materials for ornamental purposes It is a characteristic of all races no matter how they may differ in other respects to have a love for Gold and personal adornment silver are non oxidisable or not liable to rust as is the case with most metals and are therefore capable of retaining their bril- Â¬ liancy for a longer time It is therefore not strange that these metals should have come to be specially selected the world over for ornamental purposes or that on account of this general demand together with a limited supply they should have become known as the precious metals Articles of such universal use and whose value was therefore so well established needed no forcing to become the commercial Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ instruments of exchange Any trader wishing to obtain the products of a distant country and who did not know what other products would be most needed Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8 AN LOUISVILie FRANCISCO CAL KY Â¬ influence lor good ings which necessarily come to a NEW YORK NY there could at least feel that he would not go entirely amiss with a supply of the precious metals 1 Previous to the first use of coins therefore gold and silver were regarded only as valuable pro ducts being sold only by weight as in the case even now on the African coast They were con- Â¬ sidered as differing only in value from such products as wheat and corn and such an idea as that their value was fixed or could be fixed was never even dreamed of Such a system of trade how- Â¬ ever requires not only scales for weighing which is rather a small matter but also a knowledge of fie chemical tests needed to de- Â¬ termine the purity and quality of the metal These tests were bound to cause frequent disputes and it is not strange that the more civil- Â¬ ized nations began to issue coins or tokens whose value they were pre- Â¬ Their pared to guarantee rapid introduction was doubtless aided by the vanity of rulers who hoped thereby to hand their features down to the admiration of postei ity The best proof of the above consists in the fact that in many cases the present name of the coin shows exactly what its origi- Â¬ nal weight was Thus the pound the present standard of Great Britian meant originally a pounds weight of silver and it is a sad commentary on the dishonesty of humanity that the same name remains with a coin which even with the present low value of silver would now purchase only about three fourths of a pound How absurd in the light of the above facts are such statements as this Thedemonitization of silver was a crime Why have not bronze copper or iron which have all at times been used in trade as much right as silver or gold to claim an inherent right to coinage As the coinage of money became more a function of govern Â¬ ments and its use became more general the fact that they are mere instruments of trade became Money being the chief obscured article that governments had for sale they were naturally interested in increasing its value in whatever This in the way was possible hands of some unscrupulous ruler led to the practice of lowering the quality of the standard coins by adulteration with a baser metal might circuSuch counterfeits late for some time at home sent out of but whenever the country would be shown Refused up in their true value abroad they would be thrown back on the home market thus Annrprtatinn rlicrlnuinrr 1Jut frequently our financial ruler just described would con- tinue to need to dispose of money Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V 4V r l 4- - 4 US