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The Frampobt Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advano NO VOL XVIII Republican Convention The Republicans of the county met in convention in Sower FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY Highest of all in Leavening PowerLatestU7SrGovt Report MAY 11 1895 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 Â¬ 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 Obsavation Car Emphasis is placed on the Observa- Â¬ especially tion Car Built by the Pullman Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation 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 follows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Observation 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 are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to 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 715 p m and Boston Â¬ 36 Ahlers Hall Monday afternoon i Jx V Captain B CIvlilam was elected chairman and Mr Chas C Furr Secretary On motion a committee was appointed to select delegates to the State Convention which Short on Votes meets in Louvsville on Wednesday 3959686 being a small advance June 5th who reported the follow- upon the price at which it sold the In the county conventions held first time ing on Saturday in the First Railroad Farmers from all over the coun Commissioners Delegates 5 R Smith Judge District for the W H Holt V Berberich j W ty reported their crops being de- purpose of electing delegates to Milam M P Gray L P Tarl stroyed by the army or cut worms the district convention which will one reporting thirty acres of ton Calvin Greenup Jacob Bash nominate a candidate for Railroad hemp swept clean in three days Commissioner ford N I McDaniel T J Todd Mr Frank B Dr E E Underwood Ed Lane another his field of clover laid Richardson Assistant Adjutant Alternates Richard Morris C waste while any number said General who is a candidate got C Furr W T Shy Geo A their gardens were being destroyed only 52 instructed votes while EMBROIDERIES Lewis T R Todd C RBercaw as fast they could replant them Dempsey one of his opponents Swiss Nainsook Grant Roberts Graves Hancock got 95 and the four other candi- Â¬ In Their Now Home all over Embroid for J Weitzel sr W H Van dates got 20 29 J 26 and 19 reYokes The rooms recently rented on spectively Winkle Dr A M Miles Jas M It requires 139 to the third floor of the Yeoman nominate and Richardson has a Saffell The report of the committee building by the Masonic fraternity good many to get Goods was adopted and on motion of have been neatly fitted up for the Has Small Pox in Chicago Â¬ use of the different orders and and cross Mr Richard Morris the delegates Had Dress G ed were instructed to vote for Hon will be moved into to day A dispatch to the Courier building been erected by the P K Duck W O Bradley of Garrard for the Journal of Tuesday from Chicago all colors Ribbons the nomination for Governor and fraternity the rooms could not says that Henry Ward formerly of Â¬ shade for Samuel R Smith Esq of this have been more conveniently ar- Frankfort Kentucky wandered and color Corsets city for the nomination for Secre- ranged for the purpose and for into the Harrison street police only tary of State and to vote as a the first time in years all the station in the city on Monday and Dresses Lace Caps unit on all questions coming be different orders Lodge Chapter begged to be sent to the hospital for Children W Council and Commandery will fore the convention that he had been wandering about 75 cents for Ladies Â¬ The nomination of a candidate meet in the same hall thus avoid the city for five days and was too Waist for the Legislature was on motion ing a great deal of inconvenience weak to move any more A hasty Silk Mitts Silk and Kid which has been felt heretofore examination showed that he was postponed until September Gloves and the Craft now feel that they in an advanced stage of smallpox too num Â¬ of Democratic Committee Meeting have a home of their own in which and he was sent to the pesthouse erous to mention they will be glad to welcome Who is he The F F V is the No one here seems 830 p m The Democratic County Com Â¬ PLEASE CALL modern train lighted through- Â¬ visitors to know anyone of that name un- Â¬ only mittee meet in this city on Monday out with Electricity carrying a less he is colered and called precinct meetings to be Mr Pollett to Marry Dining Car and an Observation Car held on Szittirrfav Tune TCth fnr Federal Decoration The Richmond correspondent The Washington and Atlantic the Duraose of arjnointinp- dele- Express also an Electric Lighted Mo of the Louisville Times writes his Day Thursday Decoration cates to a countr convention to be 214 St Clair St next door to paper that Rev F S Pollett of May 30th will be observed by the Vestibuled train will leave Cincin Â¬ n i t R K McGlure vm Â¬ tiwuuaj juiiw 1111 mc this city will wed Mrs Daisy H Grand Army posts of this city nati at 700 p m m reaching Wash meetings to be held according to and Old Point p ington Carlock formerly of Bloomington with the usual ceremonies and Comfort 240 p m Connection 600 the arrangement of the precincts Illinois but now of Madison coun the day will also be observed as a is made at Washington with the in November 1892 The County Mr decoration day by several other Boston Express or the Limited Convention will select delegates ty the latter part of June Metho organizations the Odd Fellows reaching New York rbout 900 to the State Convention which Pollett had charge of the p m At Norfolk connection is meets in Louisville on the 29th dist church in Richmond for three German Benevolent Society arid made with the Old Dominion years before coming to this city perhaps others who have dead Steamship Line reaching New of June All will York 300 p m the next day A primary election was also during which time his acquaintance buried in the cemetery was formed join in the same procession on the with the bride-to-b- e ordered to be held on Saturday Piles Piles Piles 29 Stores 29 Stores August 3d for the purpose of She is a most excellent Christian march to the cemetery and the Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment an active worker in the turnout this year promises to be will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated nominating a candidate for Repre- Â¬ lady It absorbs the and Itching Piles Christian Temperance much larger than usual sentative of this county in the Womens tumors allays the itching at once Union will be an able assistant lo acts as n poultice gives instant Legislature Worlds Columbian Exposition relief Dr Williams Indian Pile Mr Pollett in hi pastoral work Ointment is prepared only for Piles There are three candidates and will receive a cordial welcome Will be of value to the world by and Itching of the private parts and already announced for the place nothing else Every box Is guaran Â¬ from his congregation here illustrating the improvements in teed Sold by druggists sent by viz Messrs W J Lewis Charles 50c and 100 per box the mechanical arts and eminent mail for MFG CO Props Cleve Â¬ H Julian and D O Robinson WILLIAMS Populist Convention Baird physicians will tell you that the land O Sold by Holmes with probably other precincts yet The Populists of the County progress of medicinal agents has to be heard from will hold a convention at the Court been of equal importance and as AXXOU XCEMEXT Court Day House this afternoon at 2 oclock a strengthening laxative that For Representative J The Republican Convention the for the purpose of nominating a Syrup of Figs is far in advance of a We are authorized toannounce W of LEWIS as Franklin candidate for Representative candidate for the Legislature and all others county In the Legislature subject to the action Â¬ meeting of the Democratic CounPrimary election party of the DemTcratle August 3d 1895 ty Committee the wet weather of electing delegates to the State Con Died of Colic P Marsh of Prof W Sunday and county court all com- vention Lawrenceburg will also speak at SflLOQH bined brought an unusually large Mr John D Griffin lost a valu- Â¬ the same place this morning at 1 1 able horse on Tuesday with colic The rowd to town on Monday THE BEST 200 usual amount of trading was in and this evening at 730 in the in and Mr M A Collins came near losing a fine mare at the same dulged in and some little stock terests of the Populist party was sold time with the same disease but To Complete the Organization was sived by Dr Hagyard the Soup from 10 to 12 also nice counter The farms of RevT N Arnold lunch Come one come all Bottle and Hon L J Cox which had The organization of the Young Lexington veterinary surgeon and goods in pintsR B quarts a specialty Jillson door to heretofore been sold by Master Mens Christian Association in In His Old Job Commissioner W H Posey were this city will be completed at a Mr G Russell Sneed of St re sold by him the sales not having meeting to be held on Monday Frankfort Ky 305 Broadway been confirmed and the first was evening May 20th when a full Louis Missouri formerly of this Mar 9 Cm Go All city has been appointed Post bought in by the Fidelity Safety list of officers will be elected Mr Sneed held Tin Capital Artificial Stone Co Vault and Trust Company of those who have signified their in Â¬ office Inspector Largest House Furnishers in the for Louisville the tention of joining the association the same position under the for Â¬ 11500 CONTRACTS PREPARED World IS for all kinds of TO EXECUTE such as side amount of the judgment held by are requested to be present The mer Cleveland administration cement work walks In either hexagonal block or solid work the Company against it Mr Cox place of meeting will be an- Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder steps curbing cellar work 4c at lowest rates 223 223 2vAXT ST W E BOSWORTH Address May U lui Frankfort Ky Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma bought in his own farm for nounce later Kpi Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Baking Â¬ THIS IS THE SEASON Â¬ Â¬ For in Â¬ Â¬ and ery Torchon and Â¬ VAL LACES Â¬ White in plain striped barr thin oodsof all kinds in in every width the best brands white and rappers at and 100 Shirt and hundreds other things l ARTSTEIM vSMii - m lij 1 I Â¬ Bed Room Suits 810 and up Â¬ Â¬ PAHS Ul Â¬ Â¬ Parlor Suits 817 and up Sideboards 8950 and up Center Tables SI and up Beds 81 and up EMIL HALDI Rhodes Burford Furniture Â¬ n Knr7Kr7KrrrrirnrrrrMr7irr7rrtyrrryrLxrrnKxrtzrrr LUUknULJLJtLkJLkJlLUUKJiJUJLULLJLLJkklJkJkUitULJtUyLJ 1 kru cr ua LrJ IBai gtirLS in Olotnin THE LOW PRICES AT WHICH WE ARE SELLING rnrrrTnscsnnRaRnrnRnrsrinarnrnrnRarinrnRararincafsarnrnisnnnrnnaRtiria ULuuuuabuutuBiikaKacui2ULUuaizutrauuLucauui2CiLuk2jcak rci SuLK uu est na E3 ce iu cu BfJ ODERS BOYS -- and CHILDRENS CLOTHING If you fesl that you cu ca BO KSEl uu nn Make it easy for even the poorest people to buy it cannot afford to have a new suit en ua na CSV ca 13 en cm BE1 Come and Tell us Your Troubles T7E3 A3ST3D KB 123 KZQ 135 si RET B3 BET U9 TILL ILjII ca -- 5TOTX HZ ATT EJ c ca ca CO eu eu rnrrrrnrrTjrnrrrr7jrrrrrrtr3rrrnrErrrcrrrsrnvRairiararai3CJcann cauuijcac3cacucacuccucjcucucuccucucuacukacc3cacacucucakcuBacukucu PERSONAL Mrs E O Guerrant of Keene Jessamine county and Miss Mosely of Nicholasville are visiting Mrs D Clay Lilly on Third street Mrs Otis Ashurst and Mrs Carrie Ashurst of Georgetown spent from Friday until Monday in this city with the family of Mr John N Marshall Rev 0 Q Wright U S N whoso ship is one of the South Atlantic Squadron arrived here Monday evening for a short visit to his family Mr J W Pruett who has been in Western Kentucky Chicago Illinois and Duluth Wisconsin since last September returned home Thursday evening Mrs C E Jennings and little daughter Miss Mary B of Paducah who have been visiting the family of Major H S Hale on Second street returned home Wednesday Mr Hugh Cromwell of this county who has been in bad health for sever Â¬ al months went to Cincinnati Tues Â¬ day where he will remain several weeks under treatment of a specialist He was accompanied by his brother HUDSON HUMPHRIES Childrens Picnic j ca isa ca Bcr ca en ca 139 raKnRararsaKnrararararHGarncnrBBacarnKSRnnaBHBanaBannEaBHisaEaiaBi ca c jcucjcjciicjcacucuccjcucacjcueacucucjcacacacacjcjcjcacaeacaBa CASSELL Â¬ i m A Great Offer ON SOUTH SID 5 3X Mr Charles Swanjio spent Sunday in Paris with friends Judge I M Quigley of Paducah is spending the week here Mr H W Scott of Chicago is 5 visiting relatives here Mr V L Clark spent Sunday with relatives in Clark county Mrs Win II Sneed returned from Louisville Monday evening U S Senator J 0 S Blackburn was in this city on Tuesday Mr Thomas Cromwell of Lexing- Â¬ ton was in the city yesterday Mrs Johnson Barrett and daughter have returned from Cincinnati Dr C C Lewis of Stamping Ground was in the city Monday Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing Â¬ ton is visiting friends in this city Mrs Thomas H Taylor of Louis ville is visiting friends in this city Mrs Ben Q Williams and children are visiting her mother in Louisville Mrs H T Stanton returned Wed Â¬ nesday from a visit to friends in Ohio Mr Emulous Cromwell Mrs S D Winter of St Louis is Lectures at the College the guest of Judge W H Sneed and wife The faculty and pupils of the Mr Woodford Longmoor returned Frankfort College were highly Tuesday night from a visit to Louis pleased with the Rev D Clay ville Lillys lecture on The Excellent Mrs Oscar Barrett of Cincinnati is visiting Mrs Johnson Barrett on Shel Â¬ Woman delivered in the college He chapel yesterday morning by street Â¬ Mrs Jtfhn W Rodman and daugh spoke chiefly on purity and indus- Â¬ ter Miss Gladys spent Saturday last try While dwelling on the latter in Louisville he rtad a letter written by Henry John R Garrett Esq editor of the to Miss Clay May 7 1830 Georgetown Enterprise was in the j Eveline Simpson a great aunt of city Thursday Mr Paul Meek of Louisville is vis Â¬ Mrs Lilly in which the great iting his sister Mrs Richard Church statesman thanked the young lady on Shelby street for a pair of sock knit by her own Major H T Stanton returned Wed Â¬ hands of the best Marino wool nesday from a visit to friends in Mr Clay paid a deserved tribute Jackson Tennessee Mrs U Keenon has been visiting to the excellences of industry her her cousin Mrs S M Swigert in ranking it next to education Lexington this week The instructive lectures being The Ladies Afternoon Cinch Club given weekly at ihe college are was entertained Tuesday afternoon worthy of the public and will by Mrs A F Respess from all Miss Fannie Herndon of Louis Â¬ command appreciation who hear them ville is visiting her aunt Miss Annie Herndon near this city Matrimonial Miss Lizzie Hoages of Louisville spent Sunday with her sister Mrs J Gkaddy Blakemore The marN Crutcher in Bellepoint riage of Miss Carrie Blakemore of Mrs V L Clark returned Wednes- Â¬ this county and Mr George day from a visit of several weeks to Graddyof Versailles is announced her parents in Clark county Miss Mary Payne of Lexington to take place at the residence of spent Wednesday in this city the rhe brides father Mr J N guest of Mrs Sam D Johnson Blakemore near Farmdale on Col Chas E Hoge and Capt W F Dandridge left Thursday for a busi Â¬ Wednesday the 22d inst ness trip to Romeoville Illinois Busc Ball this Afternoon Rev W C Taylor left Tuesday for Washington City to attend the The Frankfort team will try con- Â¬ meeting of the Southern Baptist clusions with the State College Convention Mrs J M Carson of Morgantown nine from Lexington at Lake The game Butler county is visiting here Park this afternoon parents Judge B L D Guffy and will be called at 3 oclock and wife on Main street promises to be well contested Mr William Cromwell spent Sun day with his little son at the home of Business IIouse Sold Col George M his father-in-laMessrs Fincel Bros sold their Jessee in Henry county many friends of Dr W H business property on St Clair The Dade will be glad to know that he street the north portion of the has changed his mind about going to Europe to take an additional course Mansion House block on Thursin medicine and will remain in this day to Mr Henry Ringold for six city practicing his profession thousand dollars Â¬ Â¬ The members of the Junior Endeavor Society of the Christian Church will be given a picnic by Miss A h afternoon T at Switzer The tram bearing the little ones will leave the Midland Station at 255 and will return at A number 735 this evening of grown people will go along to sec that the children have a good tiTie Gas Stoves on the Boom Since the hot weather set in gas stoves have been in demand As agent for the Capital Gas and Electric Light Company Mr Zach Thomasson has sold thirty stoves in the last week and is still receiving orders for them right along They are the great- Â¬ est things out on which to do beat cooking in warm weather The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sun- Â¬ uv A TWO STORY DWELLING OF go yard a and day is offered with the Round- and stablekitchen a large and a half s all within two mi bridge about at S3 per year The price street Terms easy Inquire at 207 Wtt a of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever DR I KELLEY made Subscribers to the Roundabout who are not takiug The Post now OF CINCINN ATI O will be at the can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ portunity by addressing this office or writing to B G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday May 11 1896 Cut Flowers Saturday May 25 1895 When you want cut flowers of Saturday June 8 1805 any kind you want them cut fresh Saturday June 22 1895 to preserve their beauty and fraHEMORRHOIDS what are grance Therefore Powers green- form cured without surgerytermed piles In any house is the place to get them and ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum also he dont intend to be undersold by cured FISTULA and FISSURES cured anyone in either cut flowers or BEEERENCES plants A full supply of plantj will W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky be kept at the store from now on J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort and sold at prices that cant be J T Staten Frankfort Ky Ky Â¬ W i Â¬ Â¬ 35 tf V Japanese Liver Pellets are small and mild easy to take no griping at 25 The new grocery firm of For- Â¬ the most pleasing effects attend West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may Fifty doses 25 cents be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ tune Jordan have received their their use DAYS WI KELLEY MD new and fresh stock of goods J W Gayle Sole Agent 259 W Eight St Cincinnati have opened them up in the north Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Iiife Away room of the Nicol building on St Clair street and will throw The truthful startling title of book about the only harmless guaranteed their doors open for business this cure that braes up nicotlnlzed Only direct lino between nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak morninq hoping all their friends men gain strength vigor and manhood You run no physical or financial risk as FRANKFORT will call and see them is soia oy druggists everywhere under a gun ran CINCINNATI AND Open for Business Bev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky ft J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wltbrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is Berberlch Frankfort Kj Kentucky Midland Ry m i 11 Essen s to Organize Mr W C Barrickman Deputy Grand Organizer of the Ancient Esscnic Order in Kentucky will organize a Senate of that order in this city on the evening of May All those who propose to 23d become members of the new organization are requested to re- Â¬ member the date Â¬ Chicago tee to cure or money refunded Book free Address Sterling Remedy Co New York or Shortest anu quickest between Frankfort Georgetown aid Paris Fal Car BLUE GRASS NURSERIES lisle grille Cynthiana mouth I895 spring 1895 Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and every Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn and garden We employ no agents but sell at first cost to the planter Straw Â¬ berry and general catalogue on ap- Â¬ plication to ASK and Covington VIA KY MIDLAND FOR TICKETS TRAINS HUN BY CEKTRAL STANDARD TIML In effect Hay SCHEDULE I 12 K5 TRAINS I SHIRT WAISTS OF A M H The Celebrated Fisk Clarke Flagg Waists are for sale by Sam Co Go and see them Mar D Johnson 34 P HILLEMEYER ff p -- M 81 IP M I 3m LEXINGTON KY Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Lv Lv Lv Ar TBAIN8 EAST I No 1 No Ko1l 130 140 202 217 227 2S5 245 320 355 II - Â¬ For a Chie Dutch Bonnet go to 34 Sam D Johnson Co For stylish Napoleon or Bound Hats go to Sam D Johnson Co 34 NEW FAMILY 43 Grocery JORDAN Proprs Switzer Frankfort Summit Elkhorn Stamping Ground Duvall Johnson A 700 415 706 711 71b 728 734 740 747 765 421 445 461 467 004 514 524 532 536 546 I 4 k7 4 85 10 C 8 Depot Georgetown B ST OLAIR STREET Centrevllle Elizabeth Paris Newtown C I 808 816 820 titO a 40 46 420 No 10No SAILOR HATS FORTUNE IA TRAINS WEST Lv Paris Lv Elizabeth C No 2 MIPHlPMlPH No 4 in the Grocery line Have you seen those stylish Fruits and Vegetables fresh and Sailor Hats for 50 cents at Sam D nice 34 Johnson CosP Orders promptly filled and delivered in any part of the city Call and Â¬ PLANTS see us am prepared to supply a fine quality of Cabbage Tomato and Pepper plants and will have a full supply of Sweet Potato and other plants in season Leave orders at I may 11 Sm FORTUNE JORDAN H G MATTERS TECE- - Lv Newtown Lv 0 S Depot B Lv Georgetown Lv Johnson Lv Duvall Lv Stamping Ground Lv Switzer Lv Elkhorn Lv Summit Ar Frankfort A uv Centrevllle 930 940 9 44 610 610 622 642 645 703 713 720 726 735 6 51 6 57 1011 1014 1019 1024 1030 1041 1047 1053 1100 95J 614 460 505 532 645 600 640 660 700 728 745 765 805 815 Hi Ellwangers Jno M Bantus and Jas Heeneys L B MARSHALL SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtown 1011 a in arrive Frankfort 1100 11 in Leave Frankfort 416 in arrive Georgetown 509 p in w Â¬ Japanese Liver Pellets draw the blood from the head to the stom ach thereby curing sick headache and cleansing the complexion Fifty doses 25 cts J W Gayle Sole Agent Â¬ Phoiogimber 334 MAIN STREET C D BERCAW The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Agt Receiver and Gen tiupt Frankfort Kv Â¬ GEO B HARPER 1 FRANKFORT K Job work neatly exe cuted at this office rfl iii tWj i- - ivirimtA mrww m r m m 11 inmijirinnnnjmrinfijuinnna k im 1 fa i i- - The Slave of Fashion j ls Is a willing captive No wonder when the beautiful conceits of the season are seen The Jewelers of the world compete with each other in making the prettiest things and we buy the nicest at low prices be cause of the great competition 9l9J Dont you want a ring with dia mond setting ruby saphire or emerald a wntch of elegant design and regular habits attached to a golden chain or a dainty pin You wont have to economize to pay for them as the price is low too low to mention oinxJu uxrinjLruinniiniinjuuuiJTJinnmuxnnnniuu M A teu V mi That Selbert The Leading IF YOU smTZ ti KNEW Jay hy day slowly but surely you are permanently Injuring your eyesight by neglecting to provide yourself with suitable glass es wouldnt yon hasten to have Perhaps you do them examined Â¬ sEB C B 1- vV rjj Jeweler 233 St Clair if u pair were carefully adjusted to your sight now It might save you a life tnre of regret I WE MAKE NO E O CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION ZEHAOEN Graduate Optlan will be with M A the JEWELER from SELBEHT seventeenth May the seventh to May the not require glasses Perhaps again J5w p sjw P Street innjxrinjiruuirinrLruxnj raj CO Rock Haven LOUIS VII1L1E TOBACCO MAR- KHMNG IN LEXINGTON KET A Saloon Man Shoots His Clerk MrElza Tracie of Shelby spent Saturday and Sunday with his FURNISHED BY GLOVER Si DURRETT on Account of His Wife With already a long list of murders and killings recorded against her Lexington has another We are informed by a on hand gentleman who came down on the train yesterday morning tnat just before the train left Albert SHall who keeps a saloon on Kenton street in that city shot and killed Hall Volney Beard his clerk sent for Beard to come to his house and when he came accused him of having broken up his home and told him he would have to take care of his wife as he proHot words posed to leave her followed when Beard knocked Hall down and as the latter arose Â¬ L 6 MARSHALL v pistol and shot his he drew assailant in the nose killing him Hail was arrested and instantly is in jail a m DEATHS Annie Belle Crockett died Saturday evening at the home of her mother Mrs Pink Crockett near Bridgeport after a lingering illness with conHer funeral took place sumption Crockett Miss Â¬ Monday Mr HEppstein died at his home in Cincinnati Thurs- Â¬ day morning The deceased was the father of Mrs Ferd Jacobs of this city whom he had often vis- Â¬ ited here Powers Mr T L Powers died at his home near Bridgeport this county on Monday night aged years Pulliui Mr George Pulliam died Saturday night at his home near Peaks Mill and was buried Eppsteix jj Sunday Will Kalso the Rate The Finance Committee of the City Council have determined to recommend to that body at its meeting Tuesday evening that the tax rate for this year be fixed at 145 on the hundred which is five cents higher than last year the additional five cents being put on for school purposes The tax for school purposes heretofore has been only 1 5 cents but will be r isedto 20 on account of increased expenses of the schools parents near Pleasant View Miss Dean Vaughan is very much indisposed at present but we hope her illness will be of short duration Mr Stoddard Moore has moved to his new residence at Rock Haven Will not the many friends of Mr O Bannin extend their sym- Â¬ pathy in view of his approaching solitude as the object of his affections is about hie herself to Tis melan- Â¬ her mountain home choly indeed Most all the sheep in this locality have been relieved of their un- Â¬ comfortable burden and the ladies are preparing the wool for sale for of course they must have a new hat for the June meeting or else they would be out of style Mr D W Bryant and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr Thornton Sud duth The writing school and concert at Fairview under the management of Prof Wiley closed Friday evening The exercises were instructive and interesting In the midst of it all many sheeps eye glances of affection were exchanged Rev J H Burdin delivered his farewell sermon to the congregation at Beech Ridge Sunday after noon Quite an immense audience were present to receive for the last time the joyful message from their beloved pastor Final- Â¬ ly my brethren farewell It seems that Old Blue Jay has about subsided The mocking bird flopped her wing in his face too strongly and then came Zilpah a fetching up the rear We wonder if the sweet singing bird of Q uality Corner will warble another melody for your readers this week One of your scribblers hailing from Benson Falls has thought it smart to cast some insinuating slurs upon Hon Dan Moore Dont hurt yourself Mr Flicker the pike from Rock Haven to Frankfort will be built and that is not all the good things that will Old Dan as sure come to pass as he lives will be our next County Judge This neck of the woods is solid for him and all other necks should be He never was beaten and never can be Hurrah for Old Bou 0 Link Dan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE just closed amount to 3579 hhds with Sales on our market for the week receipts for the same period of 1800 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 73515 hhds Sales oftnecropof 1894 ou our market to OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET this date amount to 76599 hhds Receipts and sales on our market this week have been smaller than for some time past Prices have been fully sustained for good grades both DE3ent bright and red Common and medium grades in soft condition continue low 10 IFIEjR IMIOIfcTTXS The following quotations fairly OFFER FOR SALE THE represent our market for burley to- Â¬ MEAT FRAME COTTAfiE OF 4 ROOMS AND WE property on St Clair street nowBUSINESS V occupied by Flncel Bros This Is one of the best business 1 gooil garden South Frankfort bacco 1894 crop locations In the city the lot Is more than 25 feet Trash dark or damaged front by 95 feet deep and besides the large 2 75 1 50 tobacco storeroom has a con Iortable dwelling of six DE3eaat rooms In the second and third stories This Is 3 75 Common Colory trash 3 00 valuable property and will irake a tlrst class InMedium to good colory J vestment 5 50 A TWO STOKY FRAME RESIDENCE OF on 3 75 trash large grounds Rooms with st 4 00 Murray street Southible undThis Is very desirable Common lugs not colory 2 50 Side 5 50 property 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory Blacksmith Real Estate Agents Poi FOR SALE For a1 n Â¬ j nj 10 00 15 00 BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE lb 00 Forks of Elkhorn Including a frame resi 18 00 23 00 STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD dence of four rooms with necessary bullalngs wrappery Selector Side This Is desirable prop Â¬ and ten acres of land Is offered tit u bargain erty and Is offered at ujbargaln This Is the only shop now In operaton at that place and will command a good trade If run by un Or Prices Cream Baking Powder experienced workman Pair Highest Award Â¬ 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf 8 50 Property FOR SALE IM ivt 89 i Worlds FOE RENT Â¬ WtrMi T wgj mm wsitni TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDKNCES OF rooms eueli on Main sreet South Frankrort Just erected by Dr Reynolds THE a fl BARGAIN OFFERED A GREATHouse propertyIS on Mero streetIN THE Malt This property Is well equipped for malting or would make a tine warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ lishment FOR RENT A VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE roums on Shelby street South Franktort TjinP J yJJX 12 W NT X XV CiiN ON P STOREROOMSouth SEC Side ond street FOR SALE of this itml A mrw limit of A FARM city no v unlerFrankfort- and the part ln tne bal Is cultivation Â¬ 600 WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF 5 rooms on East Mulu street Â¬ Mud in itu s minium m isBeMiiwm fc CKTnoHMC w w Wfiyl m mm OK SI ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH 260 ACRE FARM m id THE AMUIUI TUUCa COWMlSUCCUSOIl MWtMH UJJL ABSOLUTELY PURE THE FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ance Is gool crazing land In this tract there Is ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn is alio a luauttty of line tobace land This farm Is well adapted to offered for sale stock raising or will ruls e line tobacco us well as buy you A FRAME COT all othercrops suited for this climate Will sell tiijje tQtjws willof 3 rooms ou Second street on easy paymants South Side nKrn 0L0 RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres situated on the Ge rgetown turn Â¬ TliNii very pro Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankrort ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is f specially ndipted to stok raisins The neighborhood Is excellent Â¬ churche and schools convenient anil all sur roundings attractive FOR SALE dence or 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allother necessary improvements This land Is In a high state ol cultivation the Improvements are In tine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at u bargain 210 Lo FARM A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACRES Is FINELY good Frankfort on a cated a brick resi upon wtuch there turnpike 9 Â¬ Â¬ CIGARETTE Hm stood tho Test el Tine MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 WE W y f l U Co rfrFJll9r9n9nWcyQFF L B ys9l9flM ssSHHssssssr MARSHALL L SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway A M A CO M Will buy a linmUoiiio Solid j 12 Oak AND Bulbs Plants Trees Etc FOR FALL PLANTING We offcran elegant stock of Dutch Bulbs Shrubs Plants Shade Trees Fruit nud Ornamental Trees Roots nud Bulbs all suita ble fur Fall planting nt lowest prices Illustrated Catalogue of 120 pnge freo to applicants Cut Roses shipped to all points at any eeasou Satisfaction guar Address auteed Â¬ N TIME TABLE P Mp 165 212 M No 17 No10 No21 No 23 84jj J JSU55U 1023 617 Yanmllton Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad 22 616 636 660 720 751 806 813 838 I Bedroom Suit NANZ NEUNER Louisville Ky Now Marble Works Have just opened a shop on the corner of High and Main streets where I am prepared to do all kinds of work in marble granite and stone at the lowest prices Give me a call R J Lynch 35 1 m A Groat Offer We will send the Roundauout one year and The Louisville Even- Â¬ ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for 300 per year is the time to subscribe Â¬ Hi ft Will Find a Great Change Rev W T Moore of London England will preach at the Chi is tian Church to morrow morning Mr Moore was pastor of the Church here in 1862 3 but he will see few faces of his old congregation as the membership has almost completely changed since then even the church building having been burnt and rebuilt Will buy a beautiful 10 Oak and Bevel Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange 103803 brtt 1115707 11351733 11441715 8J 34J 357 300 42a 448 45b 520 56 12U812 A 008 035 M P N M P M ii0KtH- Lv Louisville SolS No22 PM Noli 330 Anchorage Pewee Valley Lagrange 7777 75 811 I SIDEBOARD In Polished R Mirror Â¬ at ROGERS SON I Opposite Courthouse Eminence For A P easurevili write to Bagdad UNN tic CO who havo bad nearly ntty years I Ftmkfort i experience In the patent business Communlca Spring Station A Handbook of In Â¬ strictly confidential tlons 6 06 Midway formation concerning Patents and now to ob 621 Yarnallton them sent free Also a catalogue of mecban tain 1005 b40 1130 Ar Lexington leal and sclentlflo books sont free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notlco In tho Hclentlflo American and are brought widely before the public with Â¬ thus Paper 0 24 will stop at Anchorage and out cost to the Inventor This splendid far the issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by for passengers for Christiausburg largest circulation of any scientific work in tno nud points beyond world 83 a year 6smnlp copies sent free Single Lexington Building Edition monthly 250 a year copies io cents Every number contains beau Â¬ Nos 17 19 and 21 oouneot at Lagrange tiful plates in colors and photographs of new Nos 19 and 21 oonneot nouses with plans enabling builders to show the for Cinoinnati tnmi a DiirVKHI answer and an honest opinion TTo 620 483 b54 824 448 7 K 850 515 733 020 542i 753 033 550 806 6 05 4J 825 1020 635 855 920 1045 920 1055 11 U 040 4ia 410 428 450 458 509 535 559 MUNN CO NW YOHK 301 BBOADWAY at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch M JPLike Vr r JP A Fit WE WANT YOU TO REMEMBER That we have the lergest stock of Dry Goods Notions c kept by any firm in Frankfort and at prices which are as low as can be sold by anyone for good goods We Keep all the Best Makes an expression mfflfwi that we hear 1S Dress Goods and Silks All the very latest in Plain and Novelty Goods Silks Velvets Laces and Jets for trimming Our 35 50 and 65 cent Silks for waists are beauties woe Corsets AMERICAN LADY CENTUARY DR WARNERS Sri flW A S daily at our glove counter f when customers try on the ii rzzr- ti f Best line ever put on sale in our city and at the very lowest prices WHSH GOODS fc I2T tiUri 1 frdTV tpjs iTpJ KAYSER Patent Finger Tipped Silk Gloves But they not only fit well they wear well We warrant them with each pair a guarantee ticket 1 that entitles you to a new pair free in any case where the Tips wear out before the gloves Blacks and Colors WEITZEL lv O DONNELL STEEET COS M MASTIN Our stock of impleÂ¬ 50c 75c and ioo HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES ro s 25 Full line of Silk and Mull from cents up R and everything need Â¬ ed on the farm is large ments is the best on the market Our line of vehicles is the fin est Â¬ and our prices are the lowest Give us a I fi in Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere I harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MAIN STREET He is one tions not under 18 years No ap- FKANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tive from this county of the best men in the county a plication for this examination will Bbtered nt the post office nt Frankfort Kentucky gentleman well qualified for the be accepted unless filed with the ns second class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FftANKFORT MAY 11 The Monroe 1895 Bank Election On Monday morning the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank one of the oldest and best financial institutions of the State was held at the mother bank in this city repre sentatives of the branches at Henderson and Gorgetown being present The old board of directors were re elected and Mr R D Arm strong elected to nil the vacancy occasioned by the death of Col R P Pepper The board of directors then met and re elected Col Thos Rodman President for the nineThe report of the teenth time directors showed the bank and its branches in splendid condition and After the as solid as a rock meeting adjourned Col Rodman entertained the directory as is his usual custom at a splendid dinner at his home on Second street Those who partook of his hospitality were Messrs W S Dehoney JasSaffell VV M Saf fell John W Rodman James Â¬ position and if elected will repre- Â¬ sent the people faithfully and honestly The man who beats him in the prmary on the third day of August will have to hustle His announce- Â¬ at a lively rate ment will be found in another column Tjate Callers undersigned in complete form on Patent LIflED A IfcTD the proper blank before the hour of closing business May 13 1895 The Civil Service Commission take this opportunity of stating that the examinations are open to all reputable citizens who may de- Â¬ sire to enter the postal service without regard to their political All such citizens affiliations whether Democrats or Republicans or neither are invited to apply They shall be examined graded and certified without impartiality and wholly without regard to their political views or any consider- Â¬ ation save their efficiency as shown by the grades they obtain in the examination For application blanks full instructions and information relative to the duties and salaries of the different positions apply at the potoffice to SURE Â¬ Â¬ The Winchester Democrat says A young man who had prolonged his call on his lady love out on College street rather later than THEIAIASKA mil IE fir s Noel R Armstrong Jude G20 VPayne Col T Payne Hon Sam M Davis of Georgetown Saml R Smith W J Lewis Rev W C Taylor Jos L Rodman Wash Crutcher Ed Ayres and Col L C Norman of this city Church Jno C usual was surprised when a widow in an upper story was raised as he the left the house and the voicf mansion called out mistress of the Leave an extra quart this morn ing please Aleck C Johnson Which reminds us that a young Secretary Board of Examiners man residing in this city once went to Versailles spent Sun A Terrible Visitant day and in the evening after terrible visitant and often JMln is tilwiiys around to call domiciles Itself with one for life This In went church of rheumntlsm on a lady friend In response to Motion Is preventublo In cases Stouiucb Bitters by timely resort to Hostetters his ring the lady of die house put which checks tho encroachments of this obstl- muludy Tho her head out of an fTper window niito mid dunuerous Is used at the outset rlieu udvlBedly for term diuiKerous is that you inutlhiiin Is ulwajs lliible to attack the vital or inquired and pins and terminate life No testimony Is more Now that happened to conclude and concurrent than that of physi Albert cians who testify to the excellent effect of the Incur wettluix be his name and he promptly re Hitters In this disease Personswho area exposed In rainy or snowy weather and Wen to draughts should use the Hitters ns u nreven- Yes mam sponded the of III elUcts Maliiria dyspepsia liver and she kidney trouble nervousness andilebltlty are also D go around to the back door ninon the ailments to which this popular medi Â¬ J IHilFH IH BIbSSQ milk kwWMn 8fl CHARCOAL MSm wmfSiM Ik IkWB FILLED h Â¬ aK REFRIGERATORS IPor Sale By 11 livery Baker In Frankfort Usiiijr Arctic Flour Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED THE J K M IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ replied Civil Services Examination cine Is adapted and Kllfness of For tho Infirmities soreness thi aged it Is highly beneficial FLOUR THE BEST Â¬ THE WO LD 4 The Capital Steam Laundry ex Will ecutes all orders promptly The Civil Service Commision call for and deliver work at your at Washington has ordered that an door Telephone No 17 examination be held in this city 24 tf 1895 com on Saturday June mencing at 9 oclock a m for the Eggs for hatching from choice grades of clerk and carrier in the Barred Plymouth Rocks for A Good Man Tor tho Place Only citizens of setting of 13 city postoffice S T Fortune the United States can be ex 23 3m Mr William J Lewis of Wood amined m The age limitations are Cream Baking Powder is a candidate for the Demo- as follows For carriers not under Dr Prices lake A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder cratic nomination for Representa- - 21 nor over 40 for all other posi- 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ I If W lff m Tvrocsv 1 Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con Â¬ vinced Â¬ Patronize Home Industry MBttBBBMaMiiMiMiaftiJhMi X MT41i J WflanTHirIlVlJlJiiaSliaJttJrr7C UHIHMV MlJWfctWUlftjn Uijifljr ffijj-- ftttlfmnlffmmim - HHJtUUIgllU a a a B a MEN WEAR OUR i Star Pearl standd 200 250 300 shoes ladies DKS2SH0ES HATS IfV ft i- In Congress and Bals all style toes In all styles and you will have no others SHOES l STATIONERY Jl FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Meagher CLOSING EXERCISES FRANKFORT MAY 11 1895 MstrsHgLll REDUCED PRICES On The Following Lines by Â¬ v Official Programme of Exami Â¬ 4 iSKI m mw lJ 3 JOYCE 430 Broadwar For sale Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime opposite L THOS N depot Also needles oil etc The following is the official re- Â¬ or all sewing machines a share of your patron Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe uge solicited Owing to his crippled condition port of the proceedings of the Dee 22 fiin Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wagpopu- Mr Alex Szymanski the ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Ferti- Â¬ Board of Education Tuesday LAWYERS lar St Clair street barber has night lizers Steel Rooting Fishing Tackle Guns Blast Â¬ Â¬ been compelled to retire from busing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc WM CROMWELL CLOSING EXERCISES estabiness and has sold out his Attorney at Law At lishment fixtures etc to Mr Board a ofregular meeting of the CALL ON no Education Frankfort Kentucky Tuesday CO W G Manderville who will con- Â¬ May 7 it was ordered that examWill practice in the Also Real Estate Agent Courts ot Franklin and the adjoining counties tinue to run the same Ever inations of pupils close on Friday Telephone No 56 special the pur MAIN STREET and will also give real estateattention to of rents collection chase and sale of since Mr Szymanski was so un- Â¬ June 14 claims and the negotiation of loans That the literature class exerfortunate as to fall and break his cises be held on Monday evening WJ CHINN JR leg last winter he has been unable June 17 Attorney at Law to work at his business without Graduating exercises of 12 Frankfort Kentucky great pain and will endeavor to graduates be held on Tuesday Will practice In all State Courts Office second ULX get into something else which June 18 floor Custom House That the graduating exercises does not require him to be on his of the colored school with 4 gradfeet so much uates be held June 19 That examination of applicants Deatli of Col Berry for positions as teachers in the Col William WBerry died sud- public schools will be held on Basement nf the Capital Hotel denly of appoplexy at his home in June 20 21 and 22 at white school building Illinois on Monday Quincy That all applicants not holding During the war Col Berry com first class certificates in the grade RESTORED MANHOOD Infan of work to which they aspire will manded the Fifth Kentucky t The creat remedy for norroui prostration and all nervous diseases of lin uiiviiiii i imiuiid ui ctiiici nv try and distinguished himself at require examination IUSitlllUllllUIIuk iktu nniinratlrnnnrnn nf nlllin cua aiM n a AnaTvnii nwictM Inn lnlt 8R Inc or LrFt Manhood ImpotencyNichtlyKmlsMons Youthful Krrors That all new applicants not HHjtfBKHnk jiunmi worry excessive nooi loonrro or upturn wnicn jenuioton M FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION H the battle of Lookout Mountain ptimntlon nnd Inanlt eunr- With every H holding duly accredited certificates BEFUUB AND AFTKll USING iinteotooiiroorrufHrxlv the money SG order wo clvo a wrlttrn boxes M TO THC 8old iitNIOO per box 6 13 a ilux x and in several other engagements from juuiiiiialiu uicvciiiuuunio the Board of Examiners of ZDriagrists Sale Toy EaZOXjlIES 5c married Miss Georgia Hewitt Frankfort Board of Education will He LOUISVILLE Feb 23 ly of this city who is left a widow be required to take the entire M THC BRIGHTEST AND BCST AFTERNOON graded couse of study in their exwith several children M M PAPER IN THC SOUTH Sfe Lfe aminations Will Have a Hot and Big Time That all applicants for position in Latest Market Quotations the high school will be required Latest State News The Grand Lodge of the Grand to tarce the high school course exAll the Local News United Order of Odd Fellows will amination and be expected to as Complete Press Reports hold its annual meeting in this in the graded school obtain first Less than FOUR CENTS a week Think ofIt By an arrangement with the publishers of Largest Circulation In the South city on the 9th 10th nth and class certificates in the work asThe Evening Post of Louisville lam enabledÂ¬ to make an unprecedented offer to the news signed to them 30000 AND OVER DAILY 1 2th of July In addition to the paper readers of Kentucky J will send the U V Williams P B E LOUISVILLE EVENING POST business meetings there will be man vost G T Blackley age prepaid to any address in Kentucky one year for 2 The 50 rostisuus-coiumns-naf- e the usual parades picnics and daily established in 1S70 the lead- Sec Board Education ing afternoon journal or Kentucky prints the full report of B festivals and the colored people the issociated Press full market reports Washington and -H Or 500 Year by Mall Epworth Xicaguers Frankfort correspondence snecial teleHranh ntws from all Â¬ time no parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choice misare expecting a grand Send stamp for official book cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and JNO A HALDEMAN Bus MOR the typelarge andeasily read Agents wanted write for terms matter if the weather is hot contain- Â¬ Historic Chattanooga H NOTICE All persons who wish to take advantage of this 60S Fourth Avcnuc H offer must make checks and money orders payable to ing full particu lars International Grocery G BOYLE Room E s6 Third St Louisville Ky LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY B A Wholesale Convention of Epworth League Co at Chattanooga next June Messrs Bridges Porter Sfe The Queen and Crescent Route -have rented the store room on will make rate one fare for round Main street formerly occupied by trip Messrs Mastin Bros where they Chas W Zell D P A Cin- BEST IN QUALITY JOST IN QUANTITY cinntti O expect to open a wholesale Condensed News BIG FOUR ROUTE grocery about the 15th of this W A Becklek N P A Stories Chicago 111 month and will be able to supply C Adams St T P A Miscellany A Baihd Detroit all of our retail grocers with goods W W DUNNAVANT T P A Womens Department as cheap as they can be bought in Cleveland Childrens Department T AND FROM WHITES CREAM W C Rinearson G P A Cin- Â¬ the larger cities Agricultural Department cinnati O Department A Â¬ Has Quit Business nations and Public School Commencement FOt THE IMPROVED E M A Â¬ COLLINS Â¬ M Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO JLXO1 Â¬ Agerrts M 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ xm wm 3KiIlKSi ife 5 1 f tiiiiiu-iiL-ituua- i 50 JKor inro BJIBD TIES Â¬ Â¬ 2 W PER YEAR fe 4 WW SB 11 H H H H mv Kil 1 I H B 4 7 I H centsTmonth I H H H H m 4fe 7 AW ViF iSfe is W fe 7fF I H H aj in BE ST Political Answers to Correspondents WORMS BOTTLE BEST LINE CHICAGO X r - If you dont want good work Dr U V Williams who has dont try the Capital Steam 24 tf been a member o f the Board of Laundry Examiners of Pensioners for sevAwaruea eral years has been relieved but Highest Honors Worlds Fair the name of his successor has not yet been made public Â¬ Change In Pension Board VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies RICHABD805 IBUICIXK CO I EVERY GUARANTEED1 SOU BY ALL DRUGGISTS Prepared by ST L0CIS Solid Verflbuleil Tnilns with Bulle Tarlor Curs ElPKimt Couches Dliilim Curs Wiigner Sie eplru Curs uiul latest Improved Private Com Â¬ partment Hutlct Sleeping Cars mngultlclently lurnlslied with toilet accesturles hi each coin pai tmeiit Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE I Muy lM- - ST LOUIS Weekly A Courier Journal 100 A YEAR m it K 8 A Preaclier Wants to Come Rev P E Kavanaugh brother of the late Rev HH Kavanaugh of this city has announced himself as a candidate for the Legis lature from Henry county tfKfcy BAKING TABLERSDII BUCKEYE Â¬ Â¬ OINTMENT A riiiy CURE MED CO P olid Vestlbulcd 1 rains wKh Bullet Parlor Cars KleKitnt 1 ouches Dlulniurs anil Wnuner ButletaieeplnCars ten vaue eight column Democratic Newspaper HKNRY WATTKRS0N Is the-- Editor BOSTON Tlit only through SleepliiK Car H n 0 fiom Cln cliuiuti Elegant Wanner Sleeping Curs PRICE The WKEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes Sample copies of tho liberal terms to agents paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to CURES NOTHING BUT PILES SURE and SOLD Muy NEW YORK The Sontliwtjtern Limited Solid Vcstlbuled Trilns with Combination Library Bullet and SmoklmtUuft Wuaner Sleeplnc Curs Klecant puseniers In Conclus and DlnlnuCarslunilln Ntw York City at VIA btrett Depot Positively COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY m Promoted 1 fk Lieutenant H E Waterman U S Engineer Corps who is in MOST PERFECT MADE charge of the Kentucky river im Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder 1 provement has been promoted to from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant the rank of Captain 40 YEARS THB STANDARD j uiuwau lib J aakvMBSJur4UM xYlYmnmm 1 A PWMR BEST REMEDY for PILES PreiuelbvBICHABCSOlT known for 15 years as tho IIY ALT UBVGGIST8 CERTAIN Louisville Ky THE ST L0DI3 HOUITDABOUT AND THE IMy NO FERKY TRANSFER v n MrnniiMiCK Puss Tralllo Marnier llo suro our tickets read via BKi FOUR D B MARTIN tHteMtf iitttmirtimMm sWHmiHBHfi iJi TFTlT WTTTTliYii w mm V - Job work neatly exe cuted at this office v jflklLk it - Weekly Gouiier Journal Wlllbosentoneyearto any uddrossror 4200 Jenl Piuh vJLj Ticket Agt 1NC1NNATI 4iiliii -- iA nL a n - - waKMituEtrMVP MWjuiEWiairjBiBiBWiaw mfim Ml mmmwMMmr MM Tliis is wliat X am -K- - mm To dose out my entire stock of china I am giving tinware away at present prices every piece in my large stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices tJ4 ST- Advertised Letters nt grciaagf to harre people sa3r Rnriff PYSl s tlie Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods JOHN T BTJOKlliESY RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor being absent in Wash Â¬ Kentucky Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ ington City there will be no services tised letters for the week ending CLAIR STREET Frankfort Lew M Cheap Excursion Rates Crescent Route announces reduced rates to the following meetings The Southern Baptist Conven- Â¬ tion to be held at Washington One D C May 9th to 16th fare round trip selling May 7th and 8th good 15 days for return General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Metidian May 16th to 28th Miss One fare for the round ttip selling May 13 to 15th good for return until June 3rd 1893 General Assembly Presbye rian Church Dallas Tex May 17th to 26th One fare for the round trip selling tickets May 13th and 15th good to return until June 3rd Apply for full particulars to any Queen Crescent Agent or to A J Lytle D P A Chattanoo ga Tennessee O L Mitchell T P A Knox- ville Tennessee Bir J R McGregor T P A mingham Alabama W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio The Oueen RHer hiing at Cost M May 11 1S95 Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m W T Moore of London England will oc cupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 The usual service at 730 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 045 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Rev Â¬ Christian Church Catholic Church Rev Father ONeil will conduct the services at m Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Â¬ Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrw at 11 and 430 Episcopal Church Persons calling for letters in the following list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules First Direct letters plainly to the street and number of house Second Head letters with the writers full address including street and number and request answers to be addressed accordingly Third Letters to strangers or transient visitors in the town or city whose especial address may be un-Â¬ known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran sient Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and directions for postmark Â¬ F Xj mt 38 t Â¬ Are overstocked on the following articles which 1 am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Back Band- Traces 150 Wagon Whips Haiti200 Buggy VV hips Buggy Bridles guaiaiiteed Cross cut Saws 125 Horse Co lars 75 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Iaper Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 Bridles 12 Pumps 50 Work Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand - Lemo Mrs S F Brown George A Landrum John Miss Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the Brown Girtie Lizzie McKennie Miss B Cobb Roie pastor will occupy his pulpit Moore Becky Cocklen Dav morning at 11 oclock The usual Detoner Miss JaniceMoore Mrs Dr 3 Maxly W M J Duncan Tommy services in the evening at 730 BIG FOUR ROUTE Ford R C Phelps Z Young Peoples Society of Christian Graves Miss Annie Rooker Rubin Endeavor meets at 645 p m in tho Giles Edward Best Line to the North and East Settle H T lecture room Hockens Miss Mag- - Scovlle M A All lines from the South make Bams Miss Dora gie in Central direct connections Holcomb Robert Williams Miss Sallio Methodist Church Rev F S Pol- - Hisle Stephen Union Station Cincinnati with B lett the pastor will conduct the ser- Johnson E W walker Green through trains of the Big Four Wallace Christopher vices at 11 and 730 clock to- Â¬ LnctchmireMiss to Chicago St Louis IndianapoLizzie morrow lis Columbus Cleveland New When calling for these letters Sunday school meets at 930 a m York and Boston For full infor Epworth League convenes at 645 p please say advertised mation call on nearest agent or S B Holmes P M m in the ladies parlor First Presbyterian Allen Jnuies Church Â¬ C The F COLLIMS Broadway Hardware Dealer IF SO WHY NOT And if Not Why So quarters for bargains in We caiin our si ore to b Â¬ Â¬ the Great Head Â¬ address Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as usual Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church The Worlds Fair Tests showed no baking powder DB Martin so pure or so great In leavÂ¬ ening power as the Royal E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Genl Pass Ticket Agent Cincinnati O Ramblers E J 100 Crescents A Great Success vm to S70 all fitted with Rambler tires The best S40 Boots Shoes Hats Books IP so HCiE Why so foolish as to liim that which we We are prepared to prove with the and lowest prices that our store all economical buyer should fcc Roberts Agent The entertainment given by the ladies of the Southern Presbyterian Church at the residence of Â¬ Special Rates Via the Midland May 0 19 Cincinnati May May May May May May We promise to place at our disposal Why not deal with us the Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in tho Market hi d to miike prices right Â¬ w ft Robinson on Tuesday called evening Everybodys was a great success Birthday and cleared between seventy five and one hundred dollars for the benefit of the Church Jos Mr Confederate Deeoration The annual decoration of the graves of the Confederate Soldiers buried in the cemetery will take place on Saturday the 25 th inst All persons having flowers they w ish to donate for the purpose will please bear the date in mind and have them ready on that day OKTJS Putla Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste aud acts Ejently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bcwels cleanses the sys ENJOYS the method and results wheu May chinists C Cincinnati Ladies Auxiliary 225 C 22 LouUville Racest 7 8 Washington Southern Baptist Convention 115 Georgetown Wallace Circus 13 14 Bowling Green Knights Tem plar 13 15 Dallas Tex Presbyterian Gen oral Assembly 15 1G Louisville Populist Conven International Ma NOT canno- - make jrood avy best goods is a place Â¬ visit P t May 15 17 May 10 30 Pittsburg Pittsburg tionf Â¬ substitute wagons all in good running order Tiik Kentucky Buggy Harness CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual eonfctipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its 331 til effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its Carr In this countv on Wed many excellent qualities commend it nesday April 24th 1S95 to Mr 10 all and have made it the most wife a popular remedy known Carr and Campbell Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c daughter bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists For Sale Cheap may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who 3 good second hand buggies 2 Do not accept any surreys a phaeton and 2 good top wishes to try it Â¬ Â¬ andl Â¬ Â¬ Works SAN FRANCISCO KY CAL 35 31 LOUISVIltf NEW Y011K NY PresbyterianjGen eral Assembly May 17 1809 Houston Toxas Confeder Â¬ ate Veterans 2105 May 22 31 Cincinnati Latouia Racest May 24 20 Louisville Christian Endeav Â¬ or May 24 80 New Haven Conn Notional Charities May 27 28 Louisville Kings Daughters May 2U 30 Mammoth Cave Ky Phar Â¬ maceutical Asso1 May 30 31 SauAntonio Texas Travelers Protective Association Juno 5 Louisville G PJ June 25 28 Lexington State Dentist June 25 27 Chattanooga Epworth League June 30 July 1 Lexington Kentucky Educational Association July 2 4 FOURTH JULY July 5 D Boston Mass Christian En deavor July 35 Denver National Educational Association May 21 June 11 Texas and return May 14 22 Cincinnati and return May 14 and 28 the Midland will sell tick Â¬ ets to Cincinnati and return at one fare 5 Â¬ ciationf Western Gas Asso McGlOlE THE Queen Crescerit reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta- Â¬ nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars to Knoxville Hot Springs and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and uJL San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California via New Orleans or via Shreveport BfX Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati with every accommodation to patrons Free Parlor Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa tion Cars between 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one way and 275 the other Rev George Darsie left Baalbec I saw noth- Â¬ Its hypostyle hall contains 134 slash them in pieces yesterday passed over Mt Lebaing on the monuments of Egypt columns 12 of which are 35 feet non and arrives at Beyrout to day so iterated and re iterated as this around and 69 feet high each pitiful scene bsing as large as Trajans column where he will remain until Wed- Â¬ Miss Edwards says If there were any inspiration to at Rome nesday visit the American College its back an excrescence in the goodness in their worship you they look as if intended to hold up and other points of interest The form of a beetle under its tongue would think the Egyptians would the sky The columns so fill the following letter like his last was I have placed it in the sancturay or hall that you can not begin to take and double hairs on its tail written from Cairo suppnse they gave the imagination holy of holies which every temple in its dimensions If you could full play in its selection and fre- Â¬ includes And yet in many of thin out about one half of them on the Nile Our three weeks quently when the marks were not them the scenes portrayed are too it would increase their majestic ended April 2 and some account very pUin chose it so to speak degrading for decent eyes to look proportions to the eye a hundred of the famous ruins of Egypt is I felt again and again to fold for substance of docterine upon But even as they are this now in place The only embar- Â¬ um believed thank God that such a religion had gigantic hall is the greatest sight The ancient Egyptians rassment is to know what not to On our trip we entered six of that the cow which produced Apis perished from the earth in Egypt It alone were almost tell There are thirty odd had received a lightning stroke But here I am moralizing when worth a trip thither It takes six All Egyptologists agree that the these Each of us was sup- from Heaven The popularity of I ought to be describing the tem- men with outstretched arms to civilization of Egypt if not the in all Well I shall not attempt reach around one of its columns was the most plied with a lighted candle and the Apis worship among them so ples most ancient They differ thus we marched through long impressed the children of Israel it To the rank outsider Egyptian and the perfect forest of them at known ancient in their dates of course some tunnels and into lofty chambers that their repeated tendencies to temples are very much alike first overwhelms you To the putting the first king of the first where by the aid of illuminated relapse into it will be readily re Each has some peculiarity of its temple of Karnak St Peters is a dynasty as early as 5004 B C magnesium wire we saw the called notably in the case of own of course but to see one is mere pigmy All the other temples others as late as 2700 B C elaborate reliefs and carvings on Aaron and the golden calf I can in their general features to see all on earth that were ever upreared Where so much uncertainty exists walls and ceiling in some cases understand how men might wor Â¬ I will not impose a full description for religious purposes would sink retaining even their brilliant origi ship the sun or the light or the of even one on my gentle reader into insignificance in its presence no one can afford to dogmatize Only inferior to it is the great Suffice it to say that between nal coloring and speaking in this mysterious forces of nature but I have not come to Egypt to lmi Menes ahd Ptolemy XVI the voiceless but effective way of the to worship a bull in which there tate the cruelty of the Pharaohs temple of Luxor whose lofty some thirty deeds of him who had slept there is not one noble trait passes my Baedeker will do that for you papyrus columns stand out impos Â¬ first and last kings The largest and finest comprehension And so as I read gladly enough at three dollars a ingly on the river bank and rivet or more dynasties reigned over so long the land the eighteenth nine- Â¬ of those we saw the tomb of of how Cambyses when he con- volume If you want to know all the eye for a long distance up or teenth and twentieth covering a Sethi I extends horizontally more quered Egypt in derision of their about pylous and propylous down the Nile Across the river period of some five hundred years than a hundred and fifty yards god thrust his dagger into Apis peristyle and hypostyle halls stand the temple of Koorneh the being reckoned the golden age of into the mountain and descends and slew him it wonderfully satis- rooms A B C D and their terrace temple of Queen Hatasu go get the Ramesseum built by Raamses the Egyptian Empire That was sixty yards below the opening fied my sense of rhe fitness of wearisome descriptions By changing the course of the things him Baedeker and read II as a mortuary chapel to him Â¬ the age of the great Theban kings in self and the marvelously fine tem- Â¬ As the tombs emphasize the be who ruled from about 1550 to tunnel and carefully concealing The best preserved temple known as 1050 B C making great con- Â¬ the way to the large chamber con- lief in immortality of the ancient Egypt is at Edfoo a Horus tem- ple of Raameses III But then it is Ptolemaic and Medeenet Haboo quests and leaving the record of taining the granite sarcophagus Egyptians so do the temples em ple Near by are That you the two great Collossi on the tneir deeds plastered all over it was sought to throw future ex- - pusiz their belief in the gods only 2000 years old If plain the better preserved of upper Egypt Tutmes III of the ploiers off the track And yet We have every reason to think see is the fly in the ointment eighteenth dynasty has been called when the chamber is reached the them a wonderfully religious peo- it could only date back to queen which though seated mounts up- Â¬ the Alexander the Great of sarcophagus is only a blind The ple We may not be much en Hatasu or Amenhotep III we ward sixty four feet the other is Egypt who placed the boundaries royal mummy is thought to have amored of their kind of religion or would all fairly wal ow in it and more dilapidated but is famed as of his realm where he pleased never rested in it A secret pass- of their kind of divinities but turn ourselves into exclamation the Vocal Memnon it having while Raameses II of the nine- Â¬ age in the walls of this chamber such as they were their devotees points But in Egypt anything long been handed down as a Op- covered by the artistic decorations certainly believed in them teenth the Pharaoh of the The less than 3000 years old hardly tradition that it formerly sung each pression sometimes surnamed leads to the important spot It best opinion is that the esoteric counts The youthfulness of the morning at a certain hour But I the Great if not a mighty ruler was Belzonis discovery of this in doctrine of the Egyptian priest- Â¬ temple of Hathor the cow headed weary you with such bai ren re Â¬ has certainly left behind in the 1817 which has caused this tomb hood inculcated monotheism but goddess at Denderah the next citals temples of Egypt the biggest ever since to be known as Belzonis that this idea was carefully kept best preserved temple condemns jt As a final word let me say that example of self advertisement the tomb from the masses Polytheism was also for it too has the fatal de if one has no time for a three world ever saw Beautiful as are the carvings on the exoteric doctrine and in its fect of being Ptolemaic lrue weeks trip up the Nile and can The ancient Egyptians were the walls of these rocky sepulchers best estate it was a errand mix If they cut partially atone for this only make a hasty run to Thebes firm believers in immortality but two great drawbacks to your en Â¬ any God had the precedence it was by saying that these callow tem he can there get in three or four it was an immortality which in- Â¬ joyment of them are the stifling Ammon Ra the great sun god ples are restorations from the days a good idea of all that the cluded the body and in conse- Â¬ air you have to breathe and the Associated with him in the Egypt-Â¬ times of Tutumes III or some monuments of ancient Egypt have quence led to the most perfect awful odor of bats you have to ian pantheon were Harmachis the other ancient and orthodox to tell And it is a trip that process of embalming ever known smell and the same is more or rising sun Turn the setting sun Egyptian and so squeeze out a would wonderfully repay the out- Â¬ Then to preserve the body thus less true of all the tombs voti Khnum the nocturnal link be certain amount of manufactured lay of time and labor George Dausie But dear me how embalmed from ruthless disturb enter and of some of the tween evening and morning admiration ance it became an important temples At Sakkara where we ThothIsisHorus Osiris and so on disappointing to a genuine adorer mission of the living to build for visited the Serapeum or tombs of each having a part and place of things ancient to be told that a THE BIG FOUR ROUTE themselves secure and permanent the sacred bulls I at first thought which the worshippers seem to temple is only 2000 years old tombs Egypt from one end to I should have to give it up The have understood but which now But by all odds the best place for Has tho Best Terminal Facili Â¬ the other is a vast necropolis hot air fairly smothered me But to any save initiated Egyptologists tern pie hunting is Thebes she of the ties at Chicago You can hardly look at a cliff I got used to it after awhile and is involved in more or less con hundred gates whom people have But along the Nile and not see open Â¬ so kept on All trains enter Chicago on the Illi Â¬ lone thought a walled city This vast cavern is fusion nois Central tracks along six miles of ings that indicate the presence of 380 yards long 10 feet wide and As far as I could glean the no evidence exists that there the Lake Front through the most tombs At Sakkara alone where 17 feet high In large rooms the spirit of their religion from ever was a wall around Thebes picturesque portion of tho city and we made our first entrance into that run off on either side are de the more than thirty temples Homer was doubtless talking of land passengers in the magnificent them they extend a mile in width posited twenty four immense gran visited it seemed to me a debas her temple pylous when he desig New Central Station on Twelfth streetÂ¬ and Lake Front This station is con and many miles in length Of ite sarcophagi each of them 13 ing combination of cruelty and nated her the hundred gated venient to the Auditorium Richelieu course wealth and royalty con- feet long by 7 wide and 1 high in lust If one elevating idea were Here are the majestic ruins of no Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ structed the greatest and costliest which were placed the mummied embodied in it I failed to get a less than twenty temples on the in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cnblo Lines the and it is these which have best form of the dead bull or Apis as single glimmering of it from the two sides of the river The South Side Elevated RailwayandCon survived the changes of interven Â¬ he was called acres of pictures and hieroglyphics largest of these and the most mag Â¬ venient stops are also mado at Hyde ing centuries and cycles The All were empty but one when at which I looked or the miles and nificent architectural ruin on the Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty form of tomb known was Marietta Bey discovered the Sera Â¬ miles I walked and rode in order face of the earth is the temple to Second street Stations earliest Magnificent Vestibuled the Mast aba a mausoleum of peum in 185 1 The Egyptians be to view the temples within and Amnion Ra at Karnak It is two Pari ok Cars Wagner SloepingTrains Cars masonry constructed on the sur- lieved the Apis bull had a future without The favorite offering to miles around it on donkey back Private Compartment Bullet Sleep face ot the ground of rectangular life and their worship of him goes the gods in which the Egyptian Mixed up with it are twelve smaller ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make form with walls sloping inward back to the early dynasties kings most delighted and revelled temules wmen to some degree connections the whole presenting the shape of When the Apis died he was given and which they never tired of re ensnarl its plan and mar its har Your ticket should read via the Big a truncated pyramid From this a lordly funeral the expenditures peating was a stack of captives mony But it is none the less a Four Route to enjoy these privileges was developed the completed for which ran up we are told to taken in war These are pictured matchless ruin Besides being big E OMcCoumick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Mautix Genl Pass Tkt Agt pyramid which is to this day such something near 200000 His on the walls with uplifted hands t it is also old one part of it going Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WANDERINGS IN EGYPT HARNESS WORKS successor was then sought for among the herds of Egypt and a calf having the requisite marks was selected and installed in the stately palace at Memphis where his worshipful majesty was kept Her o lotus says that these marks were as follows the calf must be black with a square spot of white on the forehead the figure of an eagle on feature of Egypt of which nearly a dozen dot the landscape the largest being the great pyramid of Cheops at Gizeh But the final outcome of the effort of Egypts kings to build for themselves a resting place which would be secure against depredation are the rock hewn tombs in the Libyan mountains at Thebes The discovery and opening of these immense artificial caves furnish probably the most thrilling chapter in the history of Egyptian To them we owe the excavation mumies of Raameses the Great and his father Sethi I which stand side by side in the Boulak Musea characteristic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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