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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l - w 1 i JTO 1 The VOL XVIII THE CITY SCHOOLS Framfoet Eoendabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 la Advanoc NO FRANKFORT KY Highest of alf in Leavening Power SATURDAY JUNE 8 1895 authorities to establish and main tain industrial edu cation in their Â¬ 40 Exorcises to Which the Public arc Invited and When They will Occur v The City Schools after another Petitions are being circulated years work will soon close for the m and generally signed asking the summer vacation The final ex County Court to order an election lminations will close June 14 to take the sense of the people of The exercises to which the public street little damage was done and MANUAL TRAINING the county as to whether the turnfi erally are cordially invited will no water was thr nvnpikes in the county shall be free of Â¬ 01 as follows Sunday morning about I oclock An Essential Element in Edu cation toll Monday June 17 9 a m The petition circulated in an alarm was sent in from box 15 J the Thorn Hill precinct has been of the Kindergarten and occasioned by the burning of the Training is necessarily confined signed by one hundred ancf twenty iir t priary building at the Hermitage Distil to beings possessed of life Life voters only three persons in the a m Exercises of grades 10 lery in which the still slop was force is inherent in man in animils tit1 precinct having refused to sign it 5 6 7 mid 8 manufactured into feed Owing and in plants No inanimate being so far and the one being circu8 p ni Entertainment by the to the fact that the lines were can be trained it can only be lated here in the city has several class in literature at the Opera crossed and the alarm did not come Training an animate hundred signatures moulded House in correctly the department was being be it plant animal or man Tuesday June 18 10 a m slow getting out and the fire was A Great Germans Prescription Exercises by grades 2 3 4 and well underway when they reached makes it more valuable more Diseased blood constipation effective or more beautiful pro fifth division of grade 5 the scene The building was de- viding the proper training is given and kidney liver and bowel 8 p m Commencement exer- troubles are cured by Karls stroyed and the machinery it con cises at the Opera House For sale by The tained so badly damaged as to be An untrained hand is aim st use- Clover Root Tea 34 less An untrained mind is John W R Williams Co annual address to the class will be useless entailing a loss of about 40 stunted impotent Train the delivered by Rev F S Pollett In 10000 with no insurance Horse Stolen Diplomas will be presented by addition to this is the loss of the mind to its highest activity and a genius is the result Train the Some thief broke open the Rev R L McCready slop which was being made into hand to its highest activity and a days a display of feed and which now has to be run On both door of the stable at the residence genius is the result In the one of Mrs L B Longmoor on school work will be on exhibition into the river the value of which case we have a Newton and in the Second street Sunday night and in room 2 of the school building is about25 per day other a Michael Angelo Â¬ A large line carried off her carriage horse The meeting of the Alumni AsThe alarm from box 33 TuesWhat a wonderful instrument is The animal happened to be so sociation will occur on Thursday ceived 25 50 75c day afterno n was caused by the the human hand It carves the evening June 20 lame in one of his fore feet that burning of a pile of trash on the bsautiful statues paints the rich 1 These the rascal could not make much and The following is the programme river bank hear Wakefields mill picture builds the majestic ship headway with him and turned the of the closing events of the colored erets the magnificent palace con- - horse ioose on the Lawrenceburg -A Matrimonial Surprise public school structs the railroad and the plke and the faithful 0jd fellow Monday June 17 10 a m Mr Virgil Hewitt Assistant machine which lightens labor and was making his way back home Exercises in the chapel by pupils Auditor of the State and Miss in an infinity of ways enables the EnnnmHaGanaGaGnnannnnEaEn when found Monday morning qf the primary grades Judith Drane eldest daughter of mind to attain its ideals The Tuesday June 18 10 a m Consumption Can bo Cured Judge George C Drane were hand is the acent of the mind in Exercises by the intermediate and quietly married Shilohs Cure This at Ascension all its dealings with matter Is it Bv these grammer grades in the school Church Congh Cure is the on y Come Thursday morning at 6 reasonable then that such an fcnown chapel for that remed oclock by Rev R L McCready effective being as the hand should sale by John W R disease For On both days from 12 to 2 p One assisted by Rev E A Penick De sngnteu snouia remain un Williams Lo 40 m there will be a public inspecThe wedding was quite a s jp trained or receive only such hap tion of school work in the different prise to the friends of Picnic at the Park the con hazard training as the untrained nattKanarifcraniivftacif3i3CsinEi EataaiasnaagmstJKSiiaacaaaiiaiaqgq rooms of the building tracting parties as they had kept mind of its youthful possessor may The chidren 01 the Industrial Wednesday June 19 8 p m the matter a profound secret from give it Is any scheme of educa School of Ascension Church High School commencement everyone except their immediate tion complete which does not pro- Parish were given a picnic at Exercises at Opera House families The happy groom was vide for the training of the childs Thorn Hi Park Saturday which The public cordially invited to a widower with two mown sons constructive powers they enjoyed exceedingly for all the above exercises who has captured one ol the most Prof Ordway of Tulane Uni- which they were indebted to the o 214 St Clair St next door to accomplished and popular young versity New Orleans Li says kindness of Miss Christine ReyR K McClure Court Day Crowd ladies of the city They left at 7 The essential goodness of m mual nolds There was a large crowd in oclock that morning over the training in connection with ordi29 Stores 29 Stores town Monday it being court day Kentucky Midland for a bridal trip Pills do Not Cure nary school training is now uniThe usual number of horse trades to Niagara versally admitted by experienced T Pills do not cure Constipation were made but little stock was isari s iney ind practical teachers and other Clover oniy aggravate Had a Nice Time Root Tea eives Derfect offered for sale and the farmers Mere book schooling regularity of the bowels For sale persons The Junior Endeavor Society seemed to be mainly engaged in Co breeds wants faster than it de- - by John W R Williams discussing politics The candidates of the Christian Church were the ability to provide for velopes 4 -for the Democratic nomination for given a picnic one and a half The outcome is miserv tlum 7ci 1 he Capital Steam Laundry ex- Representative were getting around miles beyond Switer on the Mid- v Tooi craft helps to realize the aspi- - ecutes a orders promptly WiI1 shaking hands and seeing the land Railroad Saturday afternoon rations wmen dook learning in- - call for and deliver work at your boys and candidates for county by Miss Annie Thomas at which door Telephone No 17 spires offices to be filled next year were the young folks enjoyed themselves 24 tf Prof Richard Piez Biltimore urging their claims for the posi to their hearts content General Md The old schools have savs We sell the best cultivator in tions they desire to fill Gen P Superintendent George H Harper done and are doing a wonderful the market for Si 7 50 See it be-W Hardin candidate for the of the Midland not only made an work but a new want has arise- n- fore buying elsewhere Democratic nomination for Gov exceedingly low rate for the party other powers are demanded and i8 tf Mastin Bkos rnorspoke at the Court House at over Mie road but went along and must be cultivated We do not ANNOUNCEMENT 2 oclock in the afternoon W H assisted the little ones in bavin want less of the old schools but a good time Mayo as executor of the late For Representative more of the new We want schools Tab Smith offered the Fort Hill We ara authorized touunounce W J LEWIS as where the eye and the hand as a caudiUate for Rauresdiitutlve or Franklin It Was Hot county In the Legislature suoject to the action property at public sale but re we as the brain can be trained Primary election of the Ddinwrutlc pirty The signal service thermometer ceiving no bids for the same could 1 Prof H T Kenyon Montgom August oa ie10 at the Custom House registered dispose of it not To neglect the ery Ala says 97 50 on Monday which was about training of such an important SALOON Fires of the Week the hottest June dxy ever exagent as tne numan nana is in THE BE8T 200 On Sunday night about 10 perienced in this locality the mem direct violation of the right of of the oldest inhabitant 0VY Oclock a larcre swincinp lamn ev i childhood to the best and highest WHISE7 ploded in the grocery of Mr Luke t0 the contrary notwithstanding education which the State is in Go TafTe on Main street immediately Captain Sweeney IT S A duty bound to give Such neglect Soup from 10 to 12 also nice counter opposite the Capital Hotel and San Diego Cal says Shilohs results in a great loss to the child lunoh dome one come all Bottle in pints and auarts a specialty Largest House Furnishers in the Catarrh Remedy is the first medi an alarm of fire was turned in from personally and eventually a great Soods door to R B Jillaon box 21 The department respond- - cjne I have ever found that would loss to the State in its commercial World do me any good Price 50 cents d nromntlv hilt- nc fh tamn uno t i r v r t r rorsaie Dy jonn w k wiwiams and m inufacturing interests It is 305 Broadway Frankfort Ky 223 225 2xI2Sr ST jerked down and thrown into the Co a wise policy therefore for school 40 Fi vmss Latest U S Govt Report schools Concluded next week Want Free Turnpikes Shirt Sale ABOLUTELY PURE - WAIST Â¬ - Â¬ this Week Â¬ fe 1 Â¬ Â¬ Everybody Wears Them MMM Â¬ Â¬ just re at are Great Values- - I ad Â¬ Get Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 PITSTEIU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fc - W Bed Room Suits S10 and up i Â¬ 1 I Parlor Suits S17 and up Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables SI and up and up Beds r r K OF Jt HK I 4 a Â¬ it WS M Mil RMIIa K Rhodes Burford Furniture - haldi Vl -- r-r i The Big Reduction AJt iMmMmmmmmwm FWOTmPPmwmPflOTWMIM - mm m V wliicli Tre are selling -- iEi Ready Made Clothing 1250 worth to 5 more E o Has induced many people to buy who thought they could not afford it and will induce many more when they see the bargains we are offering Mens Suits at s4 5 6 s7 I n A GRAND COMMENCEMENT tainment Monday morning at 10 ft w HUDSON HUMPHRIES Gives CASSELL - h in the college chapel which harmed those in attendance Something New and of a High Order in Educa Â¬ and brought rounds of applause tional Work and an abundance of boquets The The commencement exercse following programme was given Piano Solo Sing Smile Mary of Frankfort Young Ladies Cd Rieb and Ursula Brady lege were excellent and reflected Always Recitation Grandma high honors upon the institution Does George Harris and the community The pro- Â¬ Chorus Cuckoo Song Sallie Pence Katie Branch gramme was elaborate and it is Annie Anderson George Harris Virginia Chinn Theo safe to say both in quality and dore Hale Thomas Exum Mary quantity ranked with those given Rieb Genevieve Posey Paul Collins by our older colleges All in the William Gardiner Mary Anderson large audiences attending were Jesse Cryer Emma Pence Edgar delighted with the various exer- Â¬ Harris Piano Duet Marche Katie Branch either at the Opera House or cises and praised them in royal and Sallie Pence THE PRINCESS Alfred Tennyson Court House terms Calisthenics Dramatis Persona Song Emma Piano Solo Spring Such literature and sesthetical Princess Ida Miss Scottow The Game Thursday feasts are as profitable as they are Pence Lady Psyche Miss Richardson Recitation A Dutchmans Thoughts pleasing such as elevate and en- Â¬ The Rhodes Burfords of this Lady Blanche Miss Hallie Rod Â¬ Edgar Harris noble socrety man An institution The Man in the Moon city and the Versailles Club played Melissa Miss McHenry Recitation A Foolish Little Maiden furnishing such culture of mind a game of ball at Thorn Hill Park Violet Miss Dixon Mary Rieb heart and manners an education The Prince Miss Elizabeth Hunt Thursday afternoon which was My First Waltz Piano Duet of the high order and breadth and Emma Pence and Katie Branch somewhat rocky but was won by Chinn Florian Miss Janie BaumeB tone shown in what the teachers Oh orus Postillion the home boys by a score of 16 Cyril Miss Alexander and pupils of the college favored Recitation Grandpas Spectacles to 15 Gam a King and father to Ida with jthe past week will have Genevieve Posey us Milkmaid Cornelle Miss Elizabeth Holt The Little Out of the Race as it deserves the hearty support Ipse Miss Hattie Scott Crutcher and Paul Collins c Misses Pupils Attendants of the public Mr D Owen Robinson has The Little Shaking Quakers The Philomathean Society led Pantomime Mary Headley Vir Lettie Rodman Mary Headley Prue withdrawn from the race for the off with an open meeting last ginia Chinn Emma Pence Gene Â¬ Rodman Lucy Lee Lizzie Robinson Democratic nomination for Rep- Â¬ Lucy M Sanders Emily Scott Nellie After a spicy vieve Posey Annie Anderson Mary Staten and others Fridny evening resentative of this county in the Rieb Mary Anderson Sallie Pence welcome by the President Miss Legislature SCARP DRILL Katie Branch Julia Murray Ora Scottow this programme was Misses Prue Rodman Eleanor Can Â¬ At 2 p m the graduates read given non Sudie Crutcher Lizzie Robinson eiOO Reward 100 their essays to an attentive audi- Â¬ Susie McHenry Brownie Parrent Music Miss Sue Kavanaugb The subjects were but of Carrie Bruce The readers of the Roundabout Essay Life of Mrs Browning Mifis ence will be that Silently They Steal there is at pleased to learn disease usual line and such as awakQuartette the Elizabeth i Holt least ose dreaded Recitation Romance of theSwans ened interest in what might be Away Which proved to be a joke that science Hasbeen able to cureinall on many who failed to understand its stages and that is Catarrh Halls nest among the reeds Mies Mary saidupon them Miss Elizabeth Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure it Headley now known to the medical fraternity As a proper tribute to the clos Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ Music Miss Ethel Hunt Chinn wrote upon Illusions Vocal Solo Pearl ing exercises of Tuesday and for ease requires a constitutional treat Dixon with violin Miss Sophie Hen of Life Miss Elizabeth is drick Richardson upon A Poets View report of the Reception at the Col Â¬ ment Halls Catarrh Cure upontaken the internally aoting directly Essay Works of Mrs Browning of Paradise and Miss Hallie Eliza- Â¬ lege in the evening we give the blood and mucous surfaces of the Miss Pattie Graham thereby destroying the foun beth Rodman upon the question appreciative report of our neigbor System of the disease and giving the Recitation Catrina to Camvens Does Nature Prophesy For the Capital under the caption patient strength y building up the Miss Sarah Alexander constitution and assisting nature in Music Misses Guitar Janie originality of thought real ele The proprietors doing its work Sweet Girl Graduates Banmea6udie Crutcher and Dyke gance of diction and the natural bave so much faith in its curative The Opera House presented a that they offer One Hundred Hfizelrigg graceful manner in which read prety scene Tuesday morning at Bowers for anyoase that it fails to Two scenes from Cor Ricitation oure Send for list of testimonials these essiys compared favorably 1 1 oclock neillis Le Old The occasion was the F J OHEENBY CO Toledo O with the best They showed ut commencement exercisesof Frank- Â¬ PEBSONJE 8 ST Sold by druggists 76c Don Fernand Miss Brownie Parrent most carefulness in preparation On the handsomely fort College Miss Eleanor Gannon Don Alonse Monday evening the Opera decorated stage were the three ex- Â¬ Miss Janie Baumes Don Fiegue Excursion to Toronto and Miss Ethel Dixon House was filled packed to the tremely pretty graduates Chiraene uppermost gallery by an audience ranged in the front rows below Music Vocal Solo Miss Baumes The railroads will give an excur Â¬ A LESSON IN ELEGANCE such in appearance and deport the other pupils of the school sion rate to Toront6 Canada MrsFaye a woman of the world ment and inteljigent appreciation with their mothers sisters and during the meeting of the Pan- Miss Nellie Baumes of a good literary musical and friends made up a very bouquet of American Congress on July 18th Â¬ Constance Dome an unsophisti cated young widow Miss Carrie aesthetical entertainment is sel- lovliness Rev W C Taylor to 25th Bruce dom seen on any occasion The prayed and Dr Baumes intro j Mrs Woodville Willing their aunt Half Fare to Chattanooga pupils had been carefully in- Â¬ duced Hon J H Beauchamp of Miss Elizabeth Robinson Sophy a maid Miss Sudie Crutcher structed and drilled all seemed at Lexington who delivered a most Crescent Route The Queen The baccalaureate sermon was their best and spoke and acted as interesting finished and eloquent will sell round trip tickets from all His sub points on its line June 25th to preached last Sunday morning by if conscious that what they were commencement address to give us was the best ever heard ject was the Responsibilities of 27th 1895 to Chattapooga and Rev Dr J M Worrallof Centre return at half rates with liberal Everybody was pleased Girlhood and Womanhood College and was greatly enjoyed or seen limits and conditions by the large audience which filled and smiled laughed clapped their Dr Baumes delivered the diplo- - j Ask ticket agents for partjcuiars the First Presbyterian Church hands sent up elegant bouquet mas with an impressive address to or address W C Rinearson G P A the graduates The latter were It was able appropriate and re- Â¬ and encored and encored The programme was as follows Miss Elizabeth Hunt Chinn Miss Cincinnati O plete with original practical thought applicable to others as Piano Duet Daisies of the Meadow Hallie Elizabeth Rodman and Miss Misses Carrie Bruce and Nellie Elizabeth Pearl Richardson you well as the students to whom weak Baumes worn out take At night beginning at 8 oclock and specially addressed Recitation Laeca Miss Elizabeth BROWNS IRON BITTERS a reception was given at the col TJe junior pupils gave an enter Pearl Richardson Frankfort College Us oclock Â¬ lege The graduates assisted Dr and Mrs Baumes in receiving and there was present a wealth of youth- Â¬ Schumann Miss Kavanaugh Recitation Death of Antony Miss ful pretty femininity and for once Susie McHenry they had all the attention they Recitation a Her Laugh in Four would or could receive Many of Fits b Jennie Miss Ethel Dixon Piano Solo Marche de Concert the first people of the city called during the evening and the recepWollenhaupt Mr Weitzel Recitation That Old Sweetheart of tion was a social success Mine Miss Hallie Rodman Vocal Solo A Song From Heaven Will Discuss Money Cowen Miss Ethel Dixon Recitation John Spicer on Clothes Senator Lindsay will discuss the Master Brent Green money question in this city on PART II Thursday evening next June Piano Duet Valse Brilliante Julia The place has not yet been Rive King Misses Ethel Dixon and 13th arranged for but he will speak Lethe Dunigan Â¬ Recitation How Ruby Played Miss Ora Scottow Piano Solo The Joyful Peasant Leghorn Hats horn Hat at Si 25 will buy you a firfe Leg- Â¬ it 25 Sam D Johnson Cos Wash Dress Goods cents hams cents for Dimities worth 3a cents for French Gin 22 worth 30 cents 10 cents for Court Royal Pique worth 1 5 cts Sam D Johnson Co it Shirt Waists Special sale for the week com mencing this morning Come and see the prices it Sam D Johnson G Check Wool Suitings 37 lA cents a yard for check suit- Â¬ ings reduced from 50 cents Sam D Johnson Co 38-3- - Novelty Wool Suitings 25 per cent wool suitings off on all novelty Co f Sam D Johnson Millinery Hats from cents and up Sam D Johnson Co 38 3t 25 wfi iw m nt afl m Sailor Hats 2 cases ladies sailor hats at 50 cents cannot be bought elsewhere for less than Sam D Johnson 100 i I Co I I 4 Cheap Millinery Â¬ For the cheapest and best hats and bonnets for the im ney go to Sam D Johnson Co -- Â¬ 38-3t Â¬ Lamps IJumps Special prices f6r the next 10 days on our fine line of lamps Sam t Johnson Co ill w Â¬ - Â¬ mnninciwMiiwaiiBWJwwM iO Mild AatvitfcFiMS ffl mm pBjg WMiKAiTwra count sitcasoa x ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hm ttMtf tlit TMt Tint MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dec 16 1 If all feel yG P U Co Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ K m ft IB ann nnnruinnnnjinniiJinnnnniinn l5 fj WEDDING 2X2 - - M A MS- - Birthday Presents xssr STBEaijiiiTa- silvtbis EXTfiA Plated Wahes - Selbert The Leading A3tTD zfl Jeweler 233 St Clair Street uiruxnnnminnnrtjinnrijuinnnjirui 5Hli Rrt f ruuTTuinnjinxinnnjiiixinxxfuinnnnnxinnnnjuinri Cut Â¬ G-la--ss FORKS OP EIiKHORN Rev Sticker of Georgetown fill d appointment of Pastor Mitchell at Buck Run last Sunday Bro Burdin will minister to his congregation at Grafenburg to day and to morrow at the usual hours W Ik i- - Mr Llewellyn Cannon was elect ed school trustee for this district No 9 last Saturday All quiet The cut worm having run his couse has retired for the season A most welcome rain visited us last Tuesday causing all nature to put on new life Willie Parrent is at home from Mr J V Georgetown College Phillips of Mississippi who has also been attending the same in- Â¬ stitution is his guest Miss Hannah Newman is in Louisville visiting her sisters Mrs Warren and Mrs Beard Mr F M Featherstone has the boss field of corn in this vicinity The tobacco men took advant- Â¬ age of the splendid seasqn last Wednesday and finished setting their crop Your type in last weeks issue made us say Miss Je mie Feather- stones chickens were the swiftest when it should hive been thnft- Mrs MattieCrim and daughter Pinkey have returned to there home at Beards Shelby couny from a visit to relatives in our vil Â¬ -- test lage Since the splendin rains this week fishing in Silver Lake has been renewed with excellent success Mrs Kate Murphy of Rich mond is visiting friends and relatives in the county A very distressing accident oc- Â¬ curred in our midst last Thursday Â¬ fiv The Louisville Daily Post lished every evening except day is offered with the Round fellow at 53 per year The price A ponderous gate has been about Post alone is 5 per year of The erected across the county road in and our paper 100 making this front of the Rock Haven mansion the best offer of the kind ever This is contrary to law made The contest in the Choateville Subscribers to the Roundabout school trustees contest was ex who are not takiug The Post now ceedingly hot James Black and can avail themselves of this opH Spalding were the victors A portunity by addressing this office will be selected or writing to B G Boyle 526 male teacher No gallant gentleman will take a Third street Louisville position like that over a lady Cut Flowers Teaching is almost the only vocation that a lady can fill to make a When you want cut flowers of little money and she ought to any kind you want them cut fresh have it We are for the ladies all to preserve their beauty and fra the time grance Therefore Powers green Now aint the chaps who style house is the place to get them and themselves the directors of the he dont intend to be undersold by Rock Haven pike a pretty set anyone in either cut flowers or A week or so ago the Court of plants A full supply of plants will Claims met to make appropriations be kept at the store from now on for turnpikes Free turnpikes and sold at prices that cant be and not one of that honorable beat 35 tf Now I think body was present when people who undertake to do Notwithstand the advance in anything fail to do it the next all kinds of leather pur prices on thing in order would be resigna- harness and saddles remain the We did hear that there same tions Call and examine the was a small job in all this but we largest stock ever in Frankfort trust it not true It is now in Mastin Bros 38 tf order for some of that honorable Nickel Plate Stamp Holder body to arise and explain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Florence Moore to the altar next Wednesday evening at early candle lighting The ceremony will be at the church Rev J H Burdin preached very acceptably at the Choateville academy Sunday afternoon Who is the president of the Rock Haven pike anyhow The old county mill road down by Conways has been closed by gates The Benson Valley seems in a fair way to be fenced up altogether Col J K Polk occupies the most of his time hauling gay widows about It is expected that he will be the next to leave the docket Joy be with you old Â¬ BIG FOUR ROUTE Best IJine to the North and East Â¬ All lines from the South make direct connections in Central 43 ST OLAIR STREET Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the Big Four JORDAN Proprs to Chicago St Louis Indianapo- FORTUNE lis Columbus Cleveland New York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and mation call on nearest agent or nice address Orders promptly filled and deliver- Â¬ ed in any part of the oity Call and E O McCormick DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr see us FORTUNE JORDAN Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O Â¬ NEW FAMILY Grogert BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE A Great Offer pub- Â¬ Sun- Â¬ Â¬ DR W I KELLEY A Weekly OF CINCINN ATI0will be at tlie Courier Journal ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTERSON is the Editor PIOE IN LEXINGTON KY 100 A YEAR Saturday June 8 1895 Saturday June 22 1896 what are termed piles In any form cured without surery ULCERATION and CATARRH of the rectum ulso cured FISTULA and FISSURES cured HEMORRHOIDS The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any v address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati und where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ JasM WlthrowFrunkfoitKy A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky J REEERENCES W HcKee Hardle Frankfort Ky DAYS 259 W W I KELLEY Eight St UlnclnnatlO MD rOB A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE LAWYERS LOUISVILLE THt BRIGHTEST TIES WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Frankor Kentucky chase und sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Also Real Estate Aeent Will nrnctlcelnthe Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports Urgest Circulation in the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY WJ CHINNJR K evening Johnnie Vandeventer and his little brother were shoot ing turtles at the Macklin dam when the gun used burst in the hands of Johnnie seriously wounding him in the face probably causing the loss of the right eye At this writing however the full extent of the injury has not been ascertained The boys are sons of Mr Larkin Vandeventer and reside at Green Hill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Send eight cents in postage The Best Cough Cure stamps to C B Ryan Assistant Is Shilohs Cure A neglected G P A C O Railroad Cincough is dangerous Stop it at cinnati O for this unique vest once with Shilohs Cure For sale pocket stamp holder by j ohn W R Williams Co 40 For Rent 40 A cottage of three rooms hall to 70 all fitted with Rambler kitchen and cellar located on tires The best South Shelby street Apply at this E J Roberts Agent office or to J B Polk 38 tf Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Office second Ai Will practice In all State Courts floor custom House 50 CENTS Or A MONTH soo a Year by Mali DIG Â¬ Ramblers 100 Crescents Ml T ROUTE JNO A HALDEMAN Bus 605 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BEST LINE AND FROM Cheap Vehicles We offer at low prices 4 Stirries 1 v Has tlie Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago Buck Board and 2 Tobacco setting is about over 3 Buggies All trains enter Chicago on the Illiheavy Spring Wagons all second to the glorious rains thanks nois Central tracks along six miles of The attendance at the June hand but in good running order the Lake Front through the most Ky Buggy Harness Works picturesque portion of the city and meeting at old North Bepson was land passengers in the magnificent Â¬ Bonsoii Valley THE BIG FOUR ROUTE CHICAGO Solid Vestibuled Trains with Cars Elegant Couches Dining Steeping Cars und latest Improved partment Buffet Sleeping Cars Chesapeake HEW YORK TON Ohio Ry WASHING magnlflelently furnished with toilet accessories in each com pai tment Butte Parlor Cars Wagner Private Com Â¬ PHILADELPHIA BOSTON and all Eastern Cities P Bro Burdin discoursed immense to the congregation in his usual felicitous style Capt D O Robinson candidate for the Legislature was in attendance on June meeting and shook hands with his nan con- Â¬ 39 3t ST LOUIS olid Vestibuled x ruins with Buffet Parlor Cars Elegant i oaches Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Curs indicating a disordered liver take Johnsons Kidney and Liver When vour stomach is out of venient to the Auditorium Riohelieu order and your skin is yellow Victoria and Leland Hotels and with two in New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ Â¬ Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect April KAST BOOM 1 18U5 Regulator the greatest 1 of all stituents Â¬ family medicines 25 and 50 cents J W Gayle Sole Agent - Mr W Wade a dashing young A Great Offer gentleman of this vicinity is pay ing marked attention to a South Vye will send the Roundabout Frankfort beauty and is therefore one year and The Louisville Even in favor of free pikes ing Post one year to any subMr Floyd Arnold will lead the scriber for 300 per yefaV Now pretty and accomplished Miss is the time to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Traffio Mgr D B Mastin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car lino from Cin cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Curs Â¬ NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestibuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet und Smoking Curs Wagner Sleeping Curs Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars funding passengers in New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively Lve Lexington 1140 a m F V Express No22 dally 815 a m Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Bun 24 dally 7 pm Vestibuled Express- No Mt Sterling Accom No28dallyex Sun 530 p u K WKST BOUND Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dnlly ex Sun7 50am 11 15 am Atlantic Express No 21 dully Midland Accom No 25 dally exSun4 KM p m 600 pm Vestibuled Express No 23 dally Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 2G hours Frankfort to New York via this Arr Lexington NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure our tickets read via BIG FOUR D B MARTIN E O MCCORMICK Pass Traffic Manager Genl Pass Ticket Agt CINCINNATI route Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers G W BARNEY H W FULLER Genl Pass Agt D jKtfn Ky P Washington D 0 C B RYAN As8tGenl Pub Agt Cinclnpatl A Lexington Afijj Ladies Waists all sizes and prices fffXl I WOOL 3D2eE3S GOODS K5A I Jr 1J EXTRA GUT In ladies misses and childrens Hosiery and Underwear Our 10c 15c and 2jc ladies Vests can not be duplicated We have the best fast black Hosiery made Our specitl seamless Hose at 10c 15c and 25c are world beaters Ask to see our Cheap Tables Great bargains Fit guaranteed All the very latest in Ties lady will want Something every REDUCTION In all Wash Goods Ask to see our bargain counter Wash Goods which sold at 25c and and 5c 15c on cheap table 1 WEITZEL ODONNELL J 8c m 8c WEITZEL ODONNELL Gen James New Midland Time Table Weitzel elected Midland Effective June 3d No 8 trains arrive as follows 815 a m No 2 1130 a m No 4 735 p m No East bound trains depart 1 ODonnell FBANKFORT ROUNDABOUT chairman and the late Speed kttred attbe post office at FrankfortKentucky as second class malluble matter i OXO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FBANKFORT JUKE 8 1895 Well Hardly The following appeared in the editorial columns of the Louisville Times of Wednesday afternoon Just about fifteen years ago there was a Republican State Convention assembled in this town A Jaykawker from the certain Vmountingsone john D White was a delegate and the Hon Walter Evans fresh from a scrim Â¬ mage at Middletown was the Per- Â¬ The aforesaid manent Chairman White had run the Democratic Legislature of Kentucky the win- Â¬ ter previous and had whipped the He at- Â¬ Speaker in a fist fight every man in the tempted to be convention but was frequently called down by the Chairman By and by in a rage the Hon White Mr Chairman whos exclaimed running this convention anyhow To which the Chairman as imperturbable as that icicle that hunf Th t on Dianas temple replied a matter about which opinion is is probably d vided but it is evi- Â¬ dent the gentleman from Clav county is not running it and he can take notice now that as long as the present occupant of the chair presides the gentleman from And neither Clay will not run it did he at any stage of the game Another Republican convention is in session in Louisville this good day and there are indications that the man who ran the convention of 1880 is not rnnning that of 1895 at least he is not the Tem- though that porary Chairman dignity with a string attached was offered him The above is just about as accu- Â¬ rate as the information of a Chica Â¬ go young man who sat by our side one afternoon en route from that city to the Worlds Fair in June As the train whirled by 1893 the Douglas monument on Lake Heres he remarked Front where the soldiers camped during the war and I guess that man Douglas died here while in camp he was No we replied United States Senator from Illinois at the time of his death at Oh well his home in this city he died all right didnt he said the young man The truth is the Republican convention of 1880 was called to order by Hon George Denny then chairman of the State Central Committee who presided until a airman was elected temporary so had a tilt with and whi Hon John W Mr v Lewis rt cted temporary Â¬ was afterwards The latter permanent chairman gentleman sat down upon Mr White and the Times can say like well the Chicago young man White was sat upon all right wasnt he but is badly mixed in the balance of its item The con- Â¬ vention of 1880 sent Mr Evans as a delegate to the Chicago Con- Â¬ nexion and whether or not there was any string attached to the offer to make him temporary chairman of the convention which met in Louisville this week we are unable to sav but he was made perma- Â¬ nent chairman of that body which is a much greater honor fw GEE AT CUTS ALE Which embraces Everything in my Stock Come now while you can make one Dollar buy two dollars worth of I - 7 P- a m m No 7 1 p m No 3 4 No 1 makes connection for Cincinniti Lexington Richmond and points south No 7 makes connection for Cincinnati No 3 makes connection for Rich- Â¬ Winchester Cincinnati mond Maysville Lexington and poi ts south C D Bercaw G P A Slioej Nothing reserved Boots Or Hsits everything goes in the Big Cut Sale Epworth IJeaguers official book contain- Â¬ Historic Chattanooga ing full particu lars International Send stamp for Like a Seivc The chief function to the kidneys is to sepa Â¬ rate from the blood In Us passage through them of certain Impurities and watery particles which make their final exit through the bladder The retention of these in consequence of Inac Â¬ tivity of the kidneys Is productive of Brlgbts disease dropsy diabetes albuminuria and other maladies with a fatul tendency Hostetters Stomach Bllters a highly sanctioned diuretic and blood depurlent Impels the kidneys when enactlve to renew their rifting function and strain trom the vital current impurities which Infest It And threaten their own existence as organs of th Â¬ body Oat rrb of the bladder gravel and reten tion of the urine are also maladies arrested or averted by this benign promoter and restora Â¬ Malaria rheumatl ra tive of organic action constipation biliousness and dyspepsia also leld to the Sitters which Is also speedily bene Â¬ ficial to the week and nervous Convention of Epworth League at Chattanooga next June The Queen and Crescent Route will make rate one fare for round trip Chas W FerdSt Jacobs 204 01aIr Street- UOa Â¬ cinnati O W A Heckler N P A Adams St Chicago 111 C A Haiku T P A Detroit V W DUNNAVANT T P A Zell - D P A Cin- Â¬ ran m in mm and UM Belli at cost Ceveland W C Rineakson G P A cinnati O Cin- Â¬ k so v Joimsons Magnetic Oil is the Promoted for grcatoit internal remedy cm nips colic and all internal Mr W T Galbraith who has ach s and pains for man or beast been an agent of the Sun Life Lare bottles 25 and 50 cents J Insurance Co in this city for W Gayle Sole Agent several years has been apponted Engines for Sale Assistant Superintendent of the company with headquarters in A portable engine a stationary He has been succeed- Â¬ engine and a bull wheel are of Louisville ed here by Mr S R Hardeman fferttd for sale cheap Apply to John Cochran Co of Louisville 37 4t Mrs Nora JL Wood is pre Â¬ For Rent pared to make hair braids at her My new dwelling house on own home on upper Main street Shelby streets containing seven 38 it rooms furnished or unfurnished If you dont want good work as desired This house has all the modern conveniences and is in the dont try the Capital Steam 24 tf most desirable part of the city Laundry For terms apply to Wm 1 Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness riack Bands Traces Wagon Whips 50 Halters Buggy Bridles Buggy Whips 200 Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 125 12 Horse Covers bolts Wall Paper 7000 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 Saddles 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on handy 1 fcS Cromwell 40 2t a Coughing End Lungs there is no cure so CTbe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer JACOB SWIGERT CO p- - For Sale One Whiteley Reaper and Bind r and one Whiteley Mower As I wish to discontinue the sale of the above line of goods I will sell them at cost Call and see them at my store D L Haly 40 2t For all the ailments of Throat quick and permanent as Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is palatable easy on the most deli Â¬ cate stomach and effective Scotts Emulsion Stimulates the appetite aids the digestion of other foods cures Coughs and Colds Sore Throat and gives vital Bronchitis strength besides It has no equal as nourishment for Babies and Children who do not thrive and overcomes Any Condition of Wasting Stndor raiuAUt tcottBowneNY n Scott t Emuliien AIIDruflgliU fiOcandfl i Insurance JLgents t 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel The greut remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous dlBouMSof uun tne tonornii vo organs 01 uiuicr bo nut i t InK or Lon Manhood Impotency Nlirhtly Kmlirioiii Yputhrul Errpra Â¬ Con Tobacco or Opium Montiil Worry excowlvo tiso of sumption und lnxtnlty With evory 96 order wo clvo a wilttinKuar- roonoy iwa oj pcriioiwnoxo nviniiM Avn AVTimnsiNa antnoto euro or rofuna tmi Are You Made Miserable by Indigestion Consti- Â¬ pation Dizziness Loss of Appe Â¬ tite YellowSkin Shilohs Vital For sale izer is a positive cure W R Williams Co by John 40 B 4BW Wi mjM Sltffv RESTORED MANHOOD DR MOTTS NKBYERINK M Ml PILLS at A good set of harness for 750 Mastin Bros 38 tf Frt je JFor Feb Sa1 toy HOLiMSS So BAIS13D 3Drvipfirlt 2B 1T L 4 I IH1 W r 1 i IWe Am sty j Still Hnlflina the Fnrt Nn flissnlnlinn Call and see our 1 a BQ bex QQ m We have supplied our customers during the past two weeks with shoes and hats 83 for yourself and family lavtyo ooaAvtmaTif jiwigu uaoujL vuiwuia nn on BQ - 31 P g 85 bb QH 5 g H cheaper than they were ever sold in Frank- fort Our prices were the talk of the town Our customers appreciated it and patron ized us liberally The warm weather is now hero and yoti will heed summer hats and summer shoes x 1 oa YOUNG MEN Remember we are the sole agents for the Rocklani Co line of celebrated shoes We c irrry them in all style toes in congress and bals Try a pair an BD RE BQ aa Eira gg na BQ 1319 a niiBnBncEinnHinsniSEiBiSBncisifSnnnsnRnnBEiECBRSRSRis BBBUisaBuaiaBsiBiaBaBBBBBiBUBaBaBUiiaHHBaiaaBBBUBsiBiaiBQBBBaBaBUBciBaBaBU BXeaeiier T - no BHnaRHnHEanHHHHHisiJiEHriHnaRSEaRiJiKnriEinaBnnHEaHaKHnwnaK iaa BaBaBBBBiBaBciBaB9BaBCiBaeaBiBaBaBUBaBacaBaBCBaBaBacaBaBaBaBauEiBa r 38 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT terested member of the little con- did the sight of any spot of earth gregation It was throughout a touch me with such a strange Â¬ FRANKFOPT JUNE 8 1895 JERUSALEM fir- - r fc 4 Rev Reorge Darsie Views the Sights Around the Holy City Rev George Darsie is now well Thursday he on his way hqtne left Rustchuk by saloon steamer traveled up the Blue Danube to Belgrade and Buda Pesth and took the train tp Vienna wherejie ar In the following rives Monday letter he tells what he saw around 5 Xt y Jerusalem Writing up Jerusalem compels The first shall touch two letters upon its environs and the second upon the city proper Truth compels me to say that the former is a more interesting theme than the latter for the simple reason that the sights around the city are the The first two more genuine things we saw were by all odds 4he most impressive to me They were Calvary and the Tomb of Not since this journey Christ began and perhaps never before in my life was my heart so stirred Â¬ Ife ft j rc B v as when my eyes alighted upon these objects of sacred interest True these locations are not fixed beyond the shadow of doub but the presumption in their favor is to me so strong that I am unable to resist it Nearly all Protestant authorities- - now agree that the crucifixion took place on the hill just north of Jerusalem and qver what is known as Jeremiahs Grotto It was the former place of Jewish execution its configura- Â¬ tion is the shape of n skull it was at the cross roads where everybody passing by could see it it was out- Â¬ side the city walls The Jews to this day spit toward the place and curse it as they pass In a word it seems to meet all the requirements of the case and for thirty years past opinion has rapidly strengthened in favor of this spot until there are to day hardly any who dissent from it Every time I passed it I could see in my minds eye the three crosses uplifted on it the gaping and shouting crowd the weeping women the whole tragic Our scene of the crucifixion camp was pitched lessthan a hun Â¬ dred yards from the place and we But went to it again and again no time were our hearts more at stirred after the first view than on Sunday morning when our whole party gathered there and held a religious service The service was conducted by Dr DeWitt Clark of Salem Mass who appropriate- Â¬ ly reed first the forty eightl Psalm and then Luke xxiii 23 56 Alter a touching prayer by Dr G R Leavitt ol Cambridge Mass and alternating with such familiar My hymns as Rock of Ages Christ Faith looks up to thee for the World we sing and Near Â¬ er my God to thee1 impressive remarks were made by various members of our party ending with a very well timed talk by our American Consul Hon S M Wal lace who with his wife was anin- Â¬ Go with me now around the wall of Jerusalem to the eastern side We enter the valley of Jehoshaphat in the bottom of whicH once flowed the sweet On your right Kedron gliding rises the city wall high on your left rises the mount of Olives At a point on the lef of the valley opposite about midway of the expert on Jerusalem topography wall there in a beautiful flower and soon the tomb was opened garden enclosed by a high stone and laid bare It was in a garden fence I nottd that in sze the Though of course garden was about a stone throw to start with not conclusive that fact tallied each way Within among the with the Scripture narrative It flowers rise several gnarled and was a new tomb wherin never man knotted olive trees of great age was laid except the One who rose Once as the light of the full moon again Its other locttli were nev- Â¬ shone down through the branches er occiiDied and some of them nev of these old olive trees or their er finished It was hewn out of the predecessors our Saviour lay It was the tomb of a prone upon the earth sweating as solid rock rich man because no other coujd it were great drops of blood and afford the cost of excavating in agony prayed to his lather it You could not see into it with The shadows of Golgotha were any satisfaction from without even creeping over his soul He was by stooping down and this explains tasting by anticipation the bitter why Peter went right into it the cup that on the morrow he must morning of the resurrection No heart of A drink to its dregs large perpendicular opening after sympathy is near to share his woe you have decended into a little Yonder lie the sleeping three vestibule about eight feet below whom he had chosen to help hint the surface of the ground leads in this dread hour Alone hej into it which would require a fights the battle and alone he gams New strength in an- Â¬ great stone to close it up When the victory you enter you find that it was swer to his prayer comes from held in great reverence for it had above and when at length he said been used as a chapel small as it Rise let us be going he was is The cross frescoed in the him elf again Yes this is Let yourself yield rock and the alpha and omega on Gethsemane each side of it betoken this And to the magic spell with which it those who know say that the alpha binds for there is no doubt that corresponds exactly to the pecu- Â¬ this is the very scene of our liar form in which that letter was Saviours agony But lrt us go to made in the first century and that the top of this mount of Olives on the same can be said of the cross the side of which Gethsemane What is more a tomb was found j stands and see what is there Two adjoining it which bore the very or three churches of the Ascen- Â¬ significant inscription that the oc-Â¬ sion have been upreared at differ near his ent points on the mount but when cupant was buried He led This is a brief and very your Bible tells you Lord inadequate statement of the evi- Â¬ them out as far as to Bethany dence on which the identification you pass them all by and look for of the tomb of Christ rests It the place where Christ asemded There on may not seem strong to others farther to the east does to me And while of that little rise of ground near by but it course the case is not demon- Â¬ and overlooking Bethany is as strated a high degree of proba- Â¬ likely to be the spot as any enough at None other seems to fit the Bible bility is established least as I stood in the sacred spot requirements so well In going to to make my heart beat fast and it you pass the site of Bethpnge One re Â¬ where tradition says Jesus cursed my eyes fill with tears Come see the barren fig tree and beyond it marked in a whisper you enter the place of all places the place where the Lord lay And I almost thought I could see where Jesus loved to stay his The grave of the linen clothes lying and the toric Bethany was about his head Lazarus is still pointed out also napkin which wrapped together in a place by tho ruins of the house of Sirnon And I cnuld almost see the leper the foundation of the itself the two angels standing one at house of Mary and Mar ha and the head and the other at the foot out yonder a half a mile or so the He is point where the weeping sisters and hear one of them say Never be- Â¬ met Jesus on his return to Bethany risen He is not here But fore did any spot on earth seem after their brothers death so holy to me and never before we must return to the summit of Â¬ Â¬ which moved us to the depths and left us in a tender mood for the entire day It is only once in a life time that a person has the privilege of attending such a meet- Â¬ ing The Tomb of Christ is about fifty yards to the West of Calvary It was identified only about four years ago by a Missionary in Je Â¬ rusalem who realizing- - that the place of burial must be hear the pi ice of crucifixion began searching for it alonga ledge of natural rock in a garden near by After repeated efforts at different points he finally succeeded in thrusting his cane into an opening in the ledge a foot or so below the surface and having satisfied himself that worth something excavating was there reported his discovery to Dr HaskettSmith a well known service Â¬ I shall deep and tender emotion to my dying day carry that vivid To experience in my memory go from this real tomb of Christ and this teal site of Calvary into the city and there see the places on which tradition regardless of scriptural testimony has fixed for these holy spots and then to note the mumery by which they have been surrounded were enough al Â¬ But of this in most to sicken me Mar rall Thr Monroe -- BQ nn BQ no BQ no BQ Patent IiIfiED SWINE my next letter THE ALASKA CHARCOAL FILLED REFRIGERATORS Fox Sale By- - Here within four or five and interesting but not specifically Olivet years the Russians have erected named in Scripture I believe You an immense tower two hundred go down two long flights of stone feet high from the top of which steps to reach the water and you The find girls carrying away heavy skin you get a magnificent view dead Sea and Jordan Valley lie at vessels full as you descend In the your very feet The Hill country dark cavern at the bottom I found a of Judea seems a succession of young baby sitting alone on the Above damp stones and further on in the little knolls beneath you rise the loftier hills water was the mother up to her i the north Dozens of knees doing her weeks washing of middle Palestine towns and villages in that direc- Still down the valley we go and Beyond two other pools are seen upper tion dot the landscape the western heights you can al- and lower Siloam the former now most discern the blue Mediter- perfectly dry and the latter full of ranean and you are tempted to tie filthiest smelling wateryou could The sewers of the city stand on tip toe for the necessary imagine But on have been recently turned into it elevation additional nothing do you so fix your gaze the sewage flows out to pollute the It was in the upper as on the city of Jerusalem of whole valley here get by far the pool of Siloam that our Saviour which you What a concentra- sent the blind man of John ix to fairest view Now tion of momentous history does wash and receive his sijht that litte walled city before you we reach the point where the represent When can the day ever valleys of Jehoshaphat and Hin come that the sight of Jerusalem nom unite and over there is a will awake other than the sweetest series of caves in the hillside is and holiest thoughts in a Chris- Aceldama where Judas is said to tians heart But we must not have hanged himself in the field Let us again descend bought by the thirty pieces of linger here intojthe Valley of Jehoshaphat silver for which he betrayed his At every step interesting sites Lord A little below is En RogeL probably the most more or less trustworthy are Joabswell pointed out Here tradition locates ancient landmark about Jerusalem a well from which it is thought the spot where Stephen the first martyr was stoned and right above by many that Abraham drank The you going into the city is St important Scriptural history conStephens gate the only open nected with it I should love to gate along the entire eastern wall recount but my space is already Again and again I saw all Near by is the tomb of Mary the filled A little these great scenes and they filled of our Lord mother farther down h Absoloms tall me to overflowing with the mighty pillar the foundations at least things for which they stand Geokge Daksie of which are supposed to be gen ine Then we pass the tombs The best work in town is done of Jehosephaf and of Zachnrias Down down we go The city wall at the Capital Steam Laundry rises higher and higher on your right On your left is the lepers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n fv2 -- V Â¬ village of Siloah and many of its maimed and repulsive wretches are holding up hands and tin buckets for backshish and en OFFICE 222 1 2 ST CLAIR ST treating you in piteous tones as Over Weltzels Confectionary Soon you arrive at you pass PRAITKFORT IfCY the Virgins Pool fed by an inter- Office hours from 0 a m until 5 p m mittent conduit and very ancient i June 8 lm Dr F WEPES DENTIST Â¬ Â¬ EHKIZl w CHEAP snovei Plows anil Ma CHEAP i We are overstocked and for the next ten days will offer these goods at greatly reduced prices Special low prices on Vehicles and Harness Osborne and Deering Mowers and Binders Binding Twiiie Hay Rakes Machine Oil Buggy and Axle Grease and ail supplies for T the farm Lap Dusters Whips Sunshades and Fly Nets sm v m KY RELIGIOUS ft BUGGY St HKRNESS SMORK Â¬ ffirar W Baptist Church Rev W 0 Taylor tbe pastor will conduct public worship at 11 and 730 to morrow Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 m Taylor the pastor pro duct the usual services at 11 and 730 Christian Church Rev W B tern will con- Â¬ The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meet3 in the lecture room at 645 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Cassander the new pastor will con- Â¬ duct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow 10 Catholic Church Rev Father Low mass at 730 a m High mass a m Vespers at 3 p m Episcopal Church Rev R L McOready the rector will conduct the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 430 p m occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ ing at 11 and 800 p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Clifton Maddox at 571 Clinton street Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the Mrs John E Miles attended the lecture room commencement exercises of Mrs Berrys school at Paris on Tuesday Methodist Church Rev S F evening Pollett the pastor will conduct the Mrs Will T Crutcherand children usual services at 11 and at 730 p m of Hartwell Ohio are visiting her Sunday school meets at 930 a m uncle Mr Henry Polsgrove on the Blpworth League convenes at 045 p West Side m in the ladies parlor Mr Harry Hartsough and bride nee Graham of Owenton spent sev Southern Presbyterian Ohurch eral days in the city the first of the Rev D Lilly the pastor will occu week visiting relatives py his pulpit at 11 a m and 8 p m Messrs J L Waggner and Lucian as usual Waggnerjr sail from New York next Saturday the 15th Instant on the The repairs upon the Southern steamer Mobile for a trip to Europe Presbyterian church are far enough Mr Henry Glitz of New York who advanced to permit of the building has been visiting his sister Mrs H being used and the usual services E Waterman on Wapping street for will be held there to morrow morn Â¬ several weeks left Thursday for home ing and evening Mrs S C Cardwell and Miss Lena evening service at the Bennett of Louisville who have been The hour of First Presbyterian church has been visiting the family of Hon E H Tay- Â¬ lor jr near this city returned home changed from 730 to 8 oclock Messrs Thomas and Garrard Rod man returned home Saturday from Mr Mike Buckley spent Tuesday LaFayette Indiana where they have in Louisville been attending Perdue University Miss Mary Keith Miles is at home the past ten months from school at Paris Pen Merchant the popular base Hon Geo Washington of Newport ball player left Monday for Green- Â¬ was in the city on Tuesday Mississippi having secured a Hon Harvey Meyers of Covington ville position with the club of that place was in the city Tuesday last for the balance of the season Miss Sadie Fogg of Georgetown Dr Jo hn Orr has returned from spent Monday last in this city Louisville where he has been attend Mrs Wm Lindsay spent several ing Medical College and has resumed days in Cincinnati this week his place as clerk in the office of Super Mrs R W McRery has gone to intendent of Public Instruction Dayton Ohio to visit her parents Mr Campbell Harrod a Franklin Hon Win Goebel of Covington county boy is visiting relatives in spent several days here this week this county after serving eight years Mrs James Rodman left yesterday in the regular army five of which for a visit to her sisters in Louisville was in the 5th US Cavalry He will Miss Sallie Theobald is at home to ro enlist for another term about the spend the vacation with her mother last of the month as he is pleased Miss Shelly of Louisville is the with army life guest of Mr P H Newman and Nerves on Edge family I was nervous tired irritable Mrs A F Respess left Thursday for Karls Clover Root Maysville to spend a month with her and cross Tea has made me well and happy mother Mrs E B Worden Mrs W F Dandridge and Miss For sale by John W R Williams Katie Strauss spent unday in Win Co chester Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will Miss Carrie Van Arsdell of Har rodsburg is the guest of Miss Rebec- Â¬ ca Averill Mrs D Clay Lilly left Monday to visit her parents in Wilmore Jessa mine county Mr and Mrs T B Newman of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs Pat Newman Miss Effle Warren of Louisville is the guest of Miss Agnes Thompson on Murray street Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington is the guest of Miss Annie Herndon in the county Dr J S Coleman returned Tuesday from a short visit to his sister in the Indian Territory Mrs W H Newhall and children left Thursday for Springfield Missouri to visit relatives Miss Fannie Gray left Thursday for Harrowgate Inn Tennessee to spend the summer with her father Mr Harry Holt returned Saturday from Lexington where he has been attending Prof Gordons school Miss Hallie Rodman of Louisville Mrs it visiting her sister-in-laRussell Rodman on Steele street Mrs J J Goodrich of Casey ville Ky is the guest of her daughter Mrs Â¬ Â¬ w The Republican Nominees The following State ticket was nominated by the largest and enthusiastic Republican most State convention ever held by that party which met in Louisville this week For Governor Hon W O Bradley of Garrard For Lieutenant Governor Col W J Worthington of Greenup MR ALEXANDERS RECORD JOtT IN QUANTITY WTIfi OUAUI Was Not a Friend to this People George H Alexander of Jefferson county is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Rail- Â¬ road Commissioner from this dis trict and for thev information of the Hon Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREM For Auditor Saml H Stone Esq of Madison For Secretary of State Hon Charles Finley of Whitley For Attorney General Judge VV S Taylor of Butler For Treasurer Hon George W Long of Grayson For Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr W J Davidson of Pulaski For Register of the Land Office Chas O Reynolds of Fayette For Commissioner ef Agriculture Lucas Moore of Marion Â¬ 2E Mfj3vhMi K It LlHsLLLLpppV OPSIS Doth the method and Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts jenlly yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colils head aches and fevers and cures habitual UNJOYSwhen results Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Thursday Syrup df Figs is the 4 CO p lit constipation remedy of its kind ever pro only Thti Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all luced pleasing to the taste and ac points north sonth east and west ceptable to the stomach prompt iu For further Information apply to their agents or ts action and truly beneficial in its GKO B HABPKR C D BERCAW most effects prepared only from the Gen Pass Agt Receiver aod Gen Supt Frankfort Ky healthy and agreeable substances its excellent qualities commend it many Jj N TIME TABLE co all and have made it the most popular remedy known A M A M P M P M Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c SOOTH i No 17 NoT9 No 21 No 28 and SI bottles by all leading drugT00 845 777 Lv Lexington 620 gists Any reliable druggist who 39 2t 9 01 Yarnallton not have it on hand will promay Midway 917 PLANTS 925 Spring station cure it promptly for any one who 960 660 Frankfort wishes to try It Do not accept any 1023 617 Bagdad 10321134 am prepared to supply a fine Pleasurevllle I substitute 1044 641 Eminence Cabbage Tomato and 1116 707 Latranze CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP C01 quality of valley 1136 788 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic voters of Frankfort and Franklin county the following joint resolution offered by him while a member of the last Legislature is published Waebeas The seat of government of this Commonwealth is located at a disadvantageous and unfortunate point considering the health con- Â¬ venience and comfort of the various officials and citizens whose presence is required at the said seat of govern- Â¬ ment from time to time and Whereas There is no eligible building site at or nean the present seat of government whereon to con- Â¬ struct or erect a capitol building or buildings such as circumstances ap- Â¬ pear to demand and Whereas The tract of land upon which the capitol building owned by this Commonwealth now stance is inadequate in area and undesirable for that purpose and Whereas There are many advan tageous and beautiful building sites suitable for that purpose at or near the city of Louisville in the Com- Â¬ monwealth and Whereas Said city is the metropolis of this State its location central and much more easy of access by reason of the railroad and other facilities for cheap transportation from all parts of this Commonwealth than any other point within the limits of this Commonwealth and Whereas It is believed that the citizens 01 said city of Louisville and the coudty of Jefferson in which said city is situated will donate to the Commonwealth suitable grounds at or near said city upon which to erect such capitol building or buildings as may be necessary and Whereas Said capitol building or buildings can be erected and com pleted at or near said city ot Louis Â¬ ville at much less cost than at any other point within this Common weath therefore Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky SecI That the seat of government for this Commonwealth be removed to a site at or near the said city of Louisville and within the limits of Jefferson county in this Common- Â¬ wealth so 60on hereafter as such cite may be selected in manner and form as may be provided by law and suitable building or buildings erected thereon as may by law be provided for and deemed sufflcieot Sec 2 This act shall take effect at once because of the emergency which requires its immediate passage The emergency is due to the fact that the seat of government should be re moved from its present location as herein provided and immediate work be begun in order to secure to the Eeople of the Commonwealth the herein enumerated within a reasonable length of time Â¬ VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS EVERY Has led all WORM Remedies I0TTLE 8UAMNTEED BIOUBMM UMCIII oisar Tnmrti by nrooisTs m teen CO May 12 ly Kentucky Midland By - Only direct Hoe between CINCINNATI v AND FRANKFORT Shortest and quickest between Georgetown Frankfort lisle ud Paris Car Â¬ KaysTiile Cynibiasa month Fil and Cofiagtor zktri ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TRAINS HON BY CESTRAL STAIQftRB TIML Â¬ In effect SCHEDULE TBAIN Lv June OF 1 2 1895 TliAINS p m I A mTF 416 4 1 KAriT A I No Lt FraiiKiori Summit Lt Elkhorri LvSwItzer Lv Stamping Ground LV DtlVrtll t No 81 NO 700 40l lO 706 711 718 728 734 740 420 430 Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Ar C S IVdot 4t6 4J41 B 7 47 Lv Newtown Ar Paris Ar Paris Juticthn TRAINS WKST Lv Paris Junction i Lv Ontrevllla Lv EllZibetU c 82i fcO 8 I 755 808 F16 49 510 518 522 5M 635 I 447 2 6 a If 110 120 132 148 158 300 335 345 400 P H I 1 il2 I AX 640 Wa LRR k M P iNo a INo7 C No10No8 441 455 518 635 6C5 Lv Elizabeth lv Centrevllle Lv Newtown i v c S Depot Lv Georgetown Lv Johnson Lv Duviill Lv Paris Wi 1040 1045 10 51 540 610 C14 H22 9 59 10 07 10 17 B 955 f0 642 645 6 51 6 67 7 03 Lv8tampinGround LvSwitzer Lv Summit Klkhorn at Frankfort A 1058 1108 1116 1122 1180 7f0 7J8 745 6E0 713 720 786 726 766 806 816 a T UbOain SUND 4 Y TRAINS eave Ge orgtown 1086 u in arrive Frankfort Leave Frankfort 40Jp in arrive Georgetown TBfB W w SAN FRANCISCO KY CAL LOUISVILLE NEW YORK NY TMLERS BUCKEYE Fepper plants and will have a full supply of Sweet Potato and other plants in season Leave orders at Ellwangers Jno M Bantas and Jas Heeneys L B MARSHALL Ar Louisville Anchors ire Pewee 1144 746 1219 812 M A NORTH Lv Louisville P MIP 630 M No 18 No 7 45 XNoaj 632 600 OINTMENT NOTHING BUT PILES if and CERTAIN CURE BEST REMEDY for PILES A SURE known for 15 years as the OZD bTaZTsikvgoibts UD C0IT rKOTAMSOW LOUIJ 6w 69 Lagrange 800 Indian Pile Ointment 816 630 Dr Eminence 826 636 Pleasurevllle will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated 833 638 Bagdad It absorbs the and Itching PileB 705 Frankfort Spring Station 732 tumors allays the itching at once 10 6 Midway 740 acts as a poultice gives instant 1111 764 Dr WilliamB Indian Pile Ar Yarnallton relief 1130 Lexington 810 only for Piles Ointment is prepared and Itohing of the private parts and- Mo 21 will stop at Anohorage and nothing else Every box is guaran- Ohrlstiausburg for passengers for teed Sold by druggists sent by Lexington and points beyond mail for 50c and a100 per box Nos 17 19 and 21 ooaneot at Lagrange WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve- Â¬ Piles Piles Piles Anchorage IVwee Valley WilliamB 817 837 860 936 933 949 1020 1045 64 733 land O Sold by Holmes Baird May 12 17 at Anohorage for Bloomfleld Braiioh for Cincinnati Nos 19 and 21 oonBeol r 1 vi HJtSlEI SIKW3HcWWii3Tflr5 tWST1 stwVIl jPij w jWj fjMlR r wl Tills is wlistt I -- i azia grcing to leisure people S3ay BUCKLEYS Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods I am giving tinware away at present prices To close out my entire stock of china every piece in my targe stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is cost No trouble to show goods complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices O TOHTM i Very Majdr 111 ST- - T BTJOKHiErZCLAIR STREET THE NEW F F V LIMITED Commencing Sunday May 13th F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 000 a m Phila m 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 - Men Â¬ Improvements f ry i rSr- w 4J Woods Mary gie A Epworth ChnttiuioogH Juno 2C 27 Willis P D Grant E A Jr LeayueJ When calling for these letters June 30 July 1 Lexington Kentucky Educational Association The United Stites District Court please say advertised July 2 4 FOURTH JULYf S B Holmes P M will meet in this city on Monday Christian En- July 5 D Boston Mans moonwhen the usual number of Two good second hand buggies July apen National Educnnual shine cases will be tried and some at bargains Mastin Bros j Association mi iv38 tf Certificate Pun little civil business transacted llninu Company from Chesapeake and The members of the Y M C Ohio plans the F F V Obser Later About noon yesterday A are urged to be present to- Â¬ vation Cars serve their purpose Maj Stanton had another chill morrow afternoon in the basement better than any others that have Why not deal with us We promfse to place at your disposal the and there is now little or no chance of the First Presbyterian Church ever been constructed Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the As the F F V Limited is the of his recovery market and to make prices right to meet the prospective Secretary only train having an Observation Mr D C Barrett who has and assist in welcoming him to Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ been confined to his room for Frankfort All the members should lows that the Chesapeake and several weeks and part of the aid in making this a rousing meet- Â¬ Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- Why so foolish as to claim that which we can not make good We esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ time to hjs bed we are glad to are prepared to prove with the very best goods and lowest ing servation Car The F F V Limited say was some better yesterday prices that our store is a place all economical is the only train running through T buyers should visit Deaths Base Ball from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transAt Thorn Hill Park to day the Robb Mr James Robb died at act business in Cincinnati one day in Hawesville on Friday and New York the next It is home club will cross bats with the his home of last week and was buried on the only train for Jersey City Coast State College team of Lexington The deceased was a resorts which arc reached by the and a good game is expected The Sunday F F V at dinner time instead of TO THE CENTER OF boys have been practicing con- Â¬ brother of Mrs Jos Robinson in the evening JAPANESE It is the only and Mrs Salli of this city stantly for nearly a month and train that enables business men to now feel confident of being able Crockett of this county transact business in Cincinnati one to give a good account of them- Advertised Letters at Frankfort day and reach Washington for A New and Complete Treatment consisting of breakfast the next morning It is SUPPOSITORIES Capanlea of Ointment and two selves Summer Jn Frankfort Kentucky falling Core for Pile of 0 Ointment A the most desirable train for New Boxes natnra and degreenever make an operation wltn ererr It BY THE- without base ball would almost be the knife or Injection of carbolic acid which are painful leldotn a permanent cure and oftan re Persons calling for letters in the England resorts connections being acting anddeath nnneoenarr Why endure thisÂ¬ in like the play of Hamlet with the following list will please say that made in the Union Depot in terrible disease We guarantee boxes 1 Melancholy Dane left out and if they were advertised otherwise they Washington with the Coloni Express running through to Boston JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box the public desire this their only hot may not receive them Free delivery nnilOTin ATI AUCured Files Prevented UUno I ir I weather amusement to be con- of letters by carriers at the residence which reaches New Haven 410 p the greet MVER and lUrabyJipanestUverPellats Chicago Ry Co Louisville New Albany New London 530 p m BLOOD PURIFIER STOMACH REGULATOR and of owners may be secured by the m Small mild and pleasant to tinued during the season they observance of the following rules takeeepaciallr adapted for child rena use SO Doses Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ Providence 715 p m and Boston 25 cents should indicate that fact by turn- Â¬ First Direct letters plainly to the 830 p m ing from Union Station Louisville V is the The F F J W GAYLB Sole Agent landing passengers an the Dearborn ing out in large numbers this after- street and number of house only modern train lighted through- Â¬ Station Chicago Five minutes from noon The game will be called Second Head letters with the out with Electricity carrying a Bulbs Plants Trees Etc the LEADING HOTELS Also con- Â¬ necting with Trunk Lines for writers full address including street Dining Car and an Observation at 330 oclock FOR FALL PLANTING and request answers to Car and number We offer an elegant stock St Paul be addressed accordingly of Dutch Bulb Ihe Washington and Atlantic T79mmiW Shrubs Ground Broken Plants Shade trees Fruit Third Letters to strangers or tran Â¬ Express also an Electric Lighted Omaha and Ornamental Trees sient visitors in the town or ity Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ SSjfaMgpBBBBB Roots and Bulbs all sulta- Mr John A Kleber has let the ble for Fall planting at Denver whose especial address may be un- Â¬ lowest prices illustrate for the erection of his known should be marked in the left nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ contract Catalogue of 120 pages free San Frau cisco p m and Old Point ington to applicant Cut Rosea new building on Bridge street to hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ Comfort 240 p m Shipped to all points at any Connection 600 season SatlsfHctfon guar Â¬ AND THE- anteed Address the Frankfort Brick Company for sient is made at Washington with the Fourth Place the postage stamp 3000 The building is to be of on the upper right hand corner and Boston Express or the Limited NANZ A NIUNER Louisville Ky brick two stories high and built leave space between the stamp and reaching New York rbout 900 1011 N ECHOLS RECEIVERS p m At Norfolk connection is ST JOHN B0LE according to a plan drawn by directions for postmark Call For made with the Old Dominion Oberwarth Messrs Wade Black Mrs Annie Lou R R reaching New Steamship Line Â¬ list of adver Tickets The Brick Company Below will be found a week ending York 300 p m the next day architects tised letters for the THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RODTE broke ground for the foundation June 1 1193 By The A Babys Ufo Saved Thursday Miss Sallie Arm- - Holme3 E B Limited Hays Henley strong My baby had croup and was P D Another Richmond in the Field Brockman H W Hanes Ohas W wiites ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE cured by Shilohs Cure Jones Bartlett Mrs E H BACON Jones Miss Mary Mrs T B Martin of Huntsville Frankie LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS Mr Jas A Violett the popu- Â¬ Bradshaw Henry Bell D P A Louisville For sale by John W R Ala FRANK J REED lar lawyer has announced himself Baker Miss Lula Kreisher M M A Chicago fi P Co Williams 40 Blades MissMattieMarton Marian IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE as a candidate for the Democratic Baker Mike Pace George nomination for the Legislature Botts Mrs Mil Parker J F P The Worlds Tests Robinson A dred Hon E H Taylor jr has posi- Â¬ Brumbaugh E O Readfleld Drugist showed bo baking powder MEMPHIS Cook Jimmie Redman D 0 tively declined to become a candi Â¬ Coombs Willard Sanders Willie so pure or so great in leav Â¬ VICKSBTIEGr afl ening power as the Royal date so the race eems now to be Dickinson J J Searly Dr Win NEW ORLEANS Sampson COPYRIGHTS made up between Messrs W J Dotie Bettie E Short MrsOhas AND ALL POINTS Devolin Nora Ann Special Rates Via the Midland CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For Lewis Chas H Julian and Mr Deubler Stephen Stypes Tommy rompt answer iuu an honest opiniont write to IN Ac fid who have had nearlrnrtTveaia FrederiokiJohn Stone Talmage Jun fi G Louinville G 0 PJ South and Southwest experience In connaentiai business Communlca-tbe patent Violett and the fun can bt gin Green Miss Mag White Lillie uona siricuy a tianflDoou ox in Jane 25 28 Lexington Statu Dentistf family and friends Â¬ s -- Mr John T Buckley had the H T Stanton Kentuckys poet laureate who returned Capital Artificial Stone Company Sunday from Chicago a very ill put down a sidewalk of hexagonal man has since been hovering be- blocks in front of his handsome tween life and death at his home residence on Second street this on Shelby street and his friends week and physicians have almost give Judge B G Williams is also He having the same kind of sidewalk up hope of his recovery rested well Thursday night how- put down in front of his property ever and yesterday morning the dn the corner of Second and Main Let streets symptoms were some better earnestly hope that he may yet us T M C A Meeting be spared for many years to his Â¬ Â¬ the F If So ifWhy Not And Why Not So We claim our store to be the Great Headquar Â¬ ters for bargains in Emphasis is especially placed on the ObservaBuilt by the Pullman tion Car Observation Car Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Books c B m s - Â¬ Â¬ E1MCCLUEES0I pILE CHICAGO m CURB -- MONON ROUTE Â¬ Â¬ -- NORTHWEST C 0 Be S W Mb Mononi Fair KTCTsHRM W U 8 Court Next Week Rate Tlskets and nil Information furnished bj Ticket Agent of any Rullwuy Co II not address W J MoBRIDE T BLYNOH Tr vellng Fass Acent Louisville Â¬ Ky - General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky formation concerning Patent and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Patents taken through Munn Co receive special notice In tbe Hclentlflo American and are wiaeiy iuuaAAlt prougniImwahAab oerorewe puouawiin- vttn nt WMV wM VUU lUlDllluii A1IIB snienaia paper issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation vi any scientific work In the world 83 a year Samplo copies sent free ingKdltlon monthly Il60a year Single Moles tin cents Kvorv number contains hean tlfnl plates in colors ami photographs sea with plans enabling builders to show tbe latest deal us and secure contracts Address a MUNN CO NEW YOIIK 301 BUOAOWAT till Vv r m - I MjUMI O JX U 1 vj JOL Hi JX - 8 Lines of medium nud low priceJ goods broken and almost depleted by liberal the eai nival of bargains gains in public favor as the hours roll by The dismemberment and dissolution of our firm down higher grades and finer qualities to take their place purchasing has been replenished by markincr COMPELS us absolutely to continue to the bitter end This ruthless carnageof destruction of values this upheaval and upsetting of all preconceived Messrs John P and I F tftarks as peviously announced retire from and ffenerallv accented business methods is a case of necessity and not of choice this business July 8th 1S95 Every cash dollar that can be raised by the forced sale of this stock will be raised for the final settlement of affairs on that day juuijiruinrinjxrinnrLrinnjnnjuirum ruinnnrinnnruirumrmnnrumrinxi All Oiler Snifs anfl Fnrnishings v innnnnnnjirLruiri uvuuinjm A FEW weeks of this sale has gone by with gratifying- results the sacrificed values brought throngs of buyers and they in turn brought othersand thus OISSOLX7TION ii Pprtioi f 7fio JjX JKlO ol Misses Oxfords f Misses Misses Oxfords and Shoes 1 ones for 125 ones for Misses Oxfords and Shoes 150 ones for Misses Oxfords and Shoes 2 ones for 0 50 R S Mens Sack Suits Handsome All wool Sack Suits exceedingly well made and trim med Other stores anil them for 9 Daring this sale we say Â¬ Mens Frock Suits i fe Shoes n 85 1 Elegant Black Clny Worsted Buits every one n troe 15 salt during this sale wo LADIES SHOES 46o Oxfords down to Oxfords 1 ones at 80o Oxfords Oxfords 1 20 Oxfords Oxfords 150 ones nt 1000 other 150 I ndies Shoes at grades nt less than wholesale cost prioe 1 2 125 values go now at 175 values go now at 250 ones go now at say 55c ones at 1 00 125 ones nt J 30 175 ones at 2000 pairs liner 75 1 1 00 50 15 2 00 injxojinfuuuiruxruTruiruxitJuir None Charged or Sent on Approval IiOUISVIljlE TOBACCO KET in An- Â¬ Â¬ This Sale is Positively For Cash rv ri A Stout Candidate MAR Â¬ At the primary election L Â¬ derson county on Saturday to nominate a Democratic candidate for DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILIiE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 6 MARSHALL CO m the Legislature Mr John T Stout of Alton was nominated carrying every precinct in the county over Col Thos H Hanks the veteran politician fhus fulfill- Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2077 hhds with reoeipts for the same period of 1919 Â¬ Â¬ ing his prediction made early in the canvass that he would beat the Mr Colonel in his own precinct Stout lives only a short distance over the Franklin line and has a ten acre lot full of friends in this county who are highly pleased at his success Knights of Pythias Election Dexter Lodge No 54 Knights of Pythias elected the following officers on Friday night of last week for the ensuing term John Fuss Chancellor Commander Harry B Case Vice Corn- - mander Thos A Joyce Prelate Bernard G Graham Work Geo B Thompson Master of Master-at-Arm- s hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 86169 hhds Sales 4 ofthecropof 1894 ou our market to this date amount to 88438 hhds Our market for hurley tobacco this IK OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET week has been the strongest of the year some grades showing a decided advance especially the medium grades It has now become generally recognized that manufacturers must class up a considerableper cent of FOR SALE the crop that has heretofore seemed rather inferior for their good brands for it is evident that the supply NEW OFFER FOR SALE THE ESTEY MtU AN GOOD AS If sold WE property on St Clair street nowBUSINESS of such burley leaf which was classed occupied by Flncel Bros Thin Is one of the best business quick will take 30 good to fine during the winter lo atlous lithe city the lotls more than 25 feet months is inadequate for the require front by 95 feet deep und besides the large ments of the standard brands of plug storeroom has a comfortable dwelling of sir roo us the second and third stories This Is There has been no boom in prices val nb enropertyaiidwllltrake a first class in Â¬ as is supposed in some quarters but J only such healthy improvement Jin A TWO STOKY stFRAME RESIDENCE OF on vestment Rooms with ble nnd large grounds Murray stieetSouth Side This Is very desirable values as the situation seems to justify property One hogshead of burley leaf sold this week on onr market at 25 per hun- Â¬ i Blacksmith dred being the highest price thus far FOR realized for the 1894 crop J The transplanting of the crop in PROPERTY AT the burley section is very much anif BLACKSMITH liurlnrllin frump THE Ot Elklioril ivsU smaller than usual at this time of STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE ON TODD dencjot four rooms wlti neces ary bullalngs Z erty and is ottered Side mis la desirable prop nun ton acres of lind Is oil n d at a bargain Opposite Courthouse year there being only a small per at ujbargaln Ihls Is the only shop now in ope nit 011 at that cent of the intendedcrop now on the place and will command a good trade If run by an AAAAJLAAJ hill The delay being the result of a experienced woiknmn lack of sufficient planting seasons FOB BENT in some localities and a general fear of putting out the crop during the Notice to Contractors unprecedented supply of cut worms mHE TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCE OF Â¬ As a rule plants are fine and abujl eignt rooms ea n 011 Main s reft South A GRATBAnGl Id OFFERED IN THE ndantthe ground Ib ready and in JEALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED Frankfort lust erected bv Dr Reynolds property on This rl M iltisHouse equipped lor novo treet would splendid condition and the disposi- O until the Ctli day of June 1895 for building popvrty wed malting or tion and intention exists to put out a two aid a Quarter miles ol turnpike extension of nitfeailiie wjrenouao or uiauufu taring estab PleusantRldgeund Polsjroves Landing Turnplk J BUYS A J Real Estate Agents FORJ3ALE 1 Solid Oak Cane Seat c Â¬ For jESent R Rogers Son for sale SAiE Property 11 Â¬ For Sale XX Â¬ Â¬ HSV quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ Ellwanger District Chas E bacco 1894 crop Deputy Trash dark or damaged 1 tobacco Thos Markham and Hugh Common Oolory trash 3 50n2 75 3 75 00 Delegates to Grand Medium to good colory Merchant 5 50 3 75 trash Lodge 4 00 Common lutjB not coiory 2 60 5 50 4 00 Common Oolory lugs The Weather of the Past Medium to good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs Month Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 15 00 10 00 to good Mr Ben T Farmer local ob- Medium flno leafleaf 15 00 18 00 Good to 18 00fS 25 00 server of the Signal Service Bu- Â¬ Selector wrappery reau has kindly furnished the There is more Catarrh in thia following record of the weather soction of the country than all other diseases put together and until the for May ast few years it was supposed to be For a great many years Clear days 15 partly cloudy incurable doctors pronounced it a local disease May 10 and prescribed looal remedies and by 10 cloudy 6 Storm constantly with lopal Hail May 2d Frost May 10 treatment failing to cure incurable pronounced it 16 17 and 21 12 13 Science has proven cataruh to be a 15 14 therefore Killing frosts May 13 and 17 constitutional disease and treatment requires constitutional Temperature minimum 350 max- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured Co Toledo Ohio Cheney by P imum 900 Total rainfall 3 77 is the J only constitutional cure on the It acts directly upon the market inches the blood and mucous surfaces of the They offer one hundred syBtera Supper Postponed dollars for any case it fails to cure and testimonials The supper which was an- Â¬ Send for circulars Address F J CHENEY CO nounced to be given by The Toledo O Kings Daughters at Mr Marion tfsSold by druggist 75c 7 on Wednesday Featherstons burning scaly and Itching was post- Â¬ last the 5th irisr crusty skin and scalps of infants poned and will b given on next c t ansed and neaied ana quiet sieep Tuesday evening the nth inst at restored by Johnsons Orientrtl Silver Lake Soao Medicinal and toilet two Mr S Blacks All who can should large cakes 25 cents J WGayle Farm that evening Sole Agent be present on and contribute to the worthy ob- Â¬ The U S QovH Reports Bhow Royal Baking Powder ject for which the supper is given Â¬ full crop The following Plans and speclttcutions are on tile with D M Woodson Engl nee and bids will bi lett him The prlvilego ot rejecting any and al wth bids reserved J IlMOOhE May26 2t President Hoad 1 1 FOR RENT lishment AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE F FIVE on Shelby ttreet South Frttnktort J yJIX yilMTaTMEROOM 0nd street South Side 0N SE- - The Capital Artificial Stone Co sum as side walks In either hexagjual block or solid work stops curbing cellar work Ac at lowest rates Address May H I111 W E BOsWORTH PREPARED IS for all kinds of TO EXECUTE emetic work CONTItACTS FOR SALE Â¬ flftOn qjjj Â¬ WlLL D0Y A FRAME COTTAGE OF 5roomson East ji in street Frankfort Ky of this ance is kooI grazing Mud In this trace there Is also a quantity of iluu tobacc iitnU WITH OF OOOl OF A largn A FARM city uovACRES Frankfort LAND the part limits of In tne bal under cultivation and laud Is 81 260 ACRE FARM FINE UND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated neur Forks of Elkhorn is offered for sale Jhls arm Is well adapted to stock raisin or will raUe tine tobacco as well as othercrops suited for this climate Will sell ull ou easy payments si m BLUE BBflSS HURSER1ES South Side tiptJ ntZff w WILL BUY YOU A FRAME taga ot 8 rooms on Second OT- - striet 1 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 Bi TKCEJ- - 1895 FARM FOR SALE WE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE A OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ acres situated on the tie rgetown turn cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good pike 8 miles troni Frankfort Tub Is very pro- turnpike road upon which tnere Is a brick resi- Â¬ ductive land is well improved abundantly sup dence of 5 rooma a tenement of four rooms and plied with water and Is HspeWallr ndnpted to all other1 necessary Improvements This land Is stork raisins- - The neighborhood Is excellent In a liteh state of cultivation the Improvements churches and schools convenient and all surÂ¬ are lu flue condition and In order to make a roundings attractive quick sale will be offered at a bargain H P HILLEMEYER Mar 9 3m L B MARSHALL THE CO LEXINGTON KY H G MATTERS Piitiiimir 334 MAIN STREET Queen Crescent reaches the principal cities of the South with a service of superbly appointed through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Cars through to Harriman Chatta nooga Attalla Birmingham Tuscaloosa Meridian New Orleans Atlanta Macon ana jacKsonviue inrougn oieeping vars in xvuuxvme not opnngs iM i and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jackson Vicksburg Monroe and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and mMmX San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas Mexico and California via New Orleans or via Shreveport Short Line from the Blue Grass Cities to Cincinnati Free Parlor with every accommodation to patrons Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Lzjaaaaaaaaan Vsjaaaa Chattanooga Com Tftr Sell W O Sintarson Q P 4 Cincinnati 0 Dtv PoMr Agt Cincinnati 0 7aamm2mfir t3aa- d3 Ratio Sweot Sixteen to One A Winchester young man whose girl his golden hair and a silvery voice says that he is a bi metalist at the ratio of sweet six tjeen to one and that he proposes tone the one if sweet sixteen will have him 1 guparlor to all othara Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your JJlfe Away FRANKFORT THE IMPROVED 1 K m Chicago Tue truthful startling title of a book about the only harmless guaranteed tobacco-habit cure that bracks up nlcotinlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poison m ikes weak You men gain strength vigor and manb wl For sale by THOS AM JOYCE 480 Broadwur run no physical or nnanchl risk as opposite L 4 N depot Also needles oil etc Is sold by druggists everywhere uncer a guaran a share of your patron Book free for all sewing machines tee to cure or money refunded Address Sterling Bemedy Co New York or age solicited o Â¬ Dec 22 6in m jrM L td MMiifaibL 4klTJi