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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s The GEO A Framfoet Roundabout A WEEKLY LEWIS Publisher PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanot NO 42 VOL XYIII FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 22 1895 BOOKS IjAID ASIDE Tho Public Schools Closed and the Scholars Free for tho Summer 8 sV exercises of the Public School commenced Monday morning in the chapel of the Second on school building street and closed Tuesday even Â¬ The ing at the Opera House exercises at the school building were by the children of the lower and intermediate grades and those at the Opera House by the junior year and graduating classes and were all very interesting On Monday evening the Opera the House was packed from door to the stage and from the orchestra rail to the colored gallery standing room in the aisles being at a premium The following programme was The closing vm Waiting by the Recitation Gate Emily Hickman Coleman Spring Greeting Martha Mid dleton McClure Luella Margaret Nelson Sarah Taylor Kirtley Florence Traver Clarke George Crutcher Downing Oration The Individual in Civil ization John Willi m Pruett Jr The Old Low Thatched Roof x Highest of all in Leavening Power ABSOLUTELY PURE rendered Anthem To Thee Nearer My God Concert Recitation Verses from Psalms 102 3 Prayer Rev D Clay Lilly Song The Merry Gondolier Edited by Al The Garland ta L Rogers Essay Poetry Blanche C OConnor Le Jeuf Instrumental Duet Dunigan and NelLetha Erant Â¬ E r4 lie Staten Oration The New Age Edwin Kagin Recitation Aux Italians Mary Smither Down Where Vocal Duet Misses Rog Â¬ the Daisies Grow ers and Kavanaugh Essay Holmes Flora M Wolfe Absalom Recitation Har riet McClure Vocal Solo Idol of My Minnie West Heart Essay Fond Memory Brings the Light of Other Days Around Eva E Scottow Me Continued The Garland Nellie Hockensmith Vocal Solo Sunrise Jos ephine Kavanaugh Declamation-Libert- yMason Â¬ V Lee Instrumental Solo na Harriet McClure Tableau Song The closing exercises of the Academy at the Opera House last Colored Public School also began House during the winter was at evening notwithstanding a small Monday morning in the school work upon one of the barges The building on east Clinton street being built by the Government admission fee was charged pupils all showed the careful train The primary grades came first and uPon the west bank of the river ing they have received the music their entertainment was very cred- just above the lock Tuesday when was excellent and each one df itable and largely attended The a heavy bolt being used in the those who took part in the pro- exercises closed with an address work fell and struck him upon the nosi breaking the bridge and gramme acquitted themselves well by E W Lane Prizes for scholarship during the Tuesday morning at 10 oclock causing the blood to flo freely year were won in the different the pupils of the intermediate He wil1 suffer no 2reat incon classes by the following young grade also gave an entertainment vemence trom tne injury in the chapel of the school build La Czari ladies Nerves on Edge Â¬ Â¬ Hosiery Shirt Waist Clciss Aurora Katie OConnor wrappers childrens Makes Women Graceful Truth Lucille Tobin Address Rev F S Pollett dresses infants robes Revel of the Witches Solo Presentation of Diplomas Rev A French physician who has G Weitzel R L McCready sailor hats ribbons Sweet written approvingly and at some Good Night Class Waltz Benedictory Prayer Duet E Meagher N Heffner length on bicycling for women india linens under The Polish Boy Hattie Daily believes that the training it gives The following young ladies and wear draperies cor Â¬ Sleigh Race Duet Josie and to hand and eye and muscles will gentlemen were the Jennie Sullivan Musical Dumbbell Drill Jun- make women walk better and sets parasols for chil GRDUATES ior Class carry themselves more gracefully dren and ladies belts Florencq Traver Clarke Im a Traveling Man Edmund and freely than they do He has Emily Hickman Coleman George Crutcher Uowning Meagher noticed that while a few women and belt buckles nov Instrumental Trio B Haley Mary Dudley Gray walk well and preserve a satisfac- elty braids headings M Meagher N Lillis Bessie Trabue Hardin Grand Concert Dance Marga- tory balance the effect is ruined of all kinds new yel Joseph White Norwood ret Berberich Josie Sullivan by their indecision and uncertainty Sarah Taylor Kirtley bparkhng Polka Piano Mary of movement at street crossings low striped parasols Mamie Rebecca Magill Meagher Margaret Other weaknesses that are very John William Pruett Jr Berberich Mandolins silk mits and gloves Meagher L J Martha Middleton McClure prevalent among women in middle Schroff E Lutkemeier Guitar Luella Margaret Nelson one hundred life are obesity and shortness of and Lazotte John Qraham Rogers Lizzie Closing Chorus School breath and those he believes are thousand other arti Violin accompaniment thiough to be overcome by riding the ST JOSEPHS ACADEMY cles to numerous to out the performance by Mr Louis wheel Harris The Closing Exercises Last mention can always Distribution of premiums Evening Broke His Sose be found at the right The Colored School Mr Powell Moore who was A large audience attended the prices at night watchman at the Custom closing exercises of St Josephs For-Get-Me-Not Vocal Solo You Ella J Lewis Discontent Lizzie Belle Kibby Instrumental Duet Musket Galop Charity and Eleanor Boyd Validictor- y- Our Alma Mater Katie Virginia Robinson Vocal Solo Till We Meet Helena G Taylor Presentation of Diplomas Dr Voice of Flowers Bessie Cole E E Underwood Vocal Quintette When Life man is Brightest Katie Willis Louisa Ceres Katie Collins Higgins Lumizer Thomas James Music Margaret Berberich W Twyman Albert Halleck Poetry Mary Newman Address Mrs LaviniaBSneed Minerva Bertha Ellwanger State University Louisville Ky Diana Katie Parker Music Once More We Are Pandora Nellie Lillis School Graces B Haley A Tobin T Free Sullivan BENEDICTION Latest U S Govt Report Powder Baking Â¬ A very large and complete assortment of Laces Hambergs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- vi JPTSTEIM Mo Â¬ 214 St Clair St next door to R K McClure Â¬ Masque of Pandora Gathering Home Tuesday morning an elegant entertainment was given in the chapel of the school building by the intermediate grades an inter Â¬ esting feature of which was the staff drill by little girls The crowd which filled the Opera House Tuesday evening was equally as great as that of Monday evening and the interest manifested if anything more in tense as the graduating class held the boards Following is the programme rendered Invocation Rev D C Lilly Peasants March Class Essay Neglect Not the Gift Â¬ mN ft that is in Thee Hardin Ora Pro Nobis Bessie Trabue Rogers John Graham Recitation Launched Whither Bound Stanton Mary Dudley Gray A Vocal Review of the Class Sarah Taylor Kjrtley Oration Truth Forever on the Scaffold Wrong Forever on the Throne Joseph White Norwood Instrumental Solo Florence Traver Clarke E isay They Are Never Alone Who Are Accompanied With Noble Thoughts Mamie Rebec- Â¬ ca Magill Hail Festal Day Class y speecnes were given wmen were and cross Karls Clover Root Class Misses Margaret very interesting and the specimens Tea has made me well and happy 29 Stores Junior Mrs E B Worden Berberich and Bertha Ellwanger of the neat work done by the1 vv- RWilliams drawing Intermediate Class Miss Kate pupils map lesson 0I sale bV John Co 40 papers etc exhibited gave evi OConnor Primary Class Misses Mary dence of the improvement of the Johnsons Magnetic Oil Horse Brand is the most powerful and Glenn Mamie Tobin and Maggie scholars under the efficient corps of teachers The address of Prof penetrating liniment in existence Gibbons tor external use only lor man or Following was the programme L G P Todd was first class beast Sprains bruises swellings The commencement exercises rheumatism neuralgia and lum- of the evening G took place at tne upera House bago Entrance March Piano Large bottles 25 and 50 Weitzel Wednesday evening before a large cts For sale by J W Gayle Prologue Lucille Tobin audience of both white and Sole Agent Welcome Song School Sweet Violet Polka Duet L colored and were very creditable nuement both to the school and the pupils Lutkemeier K Schroff Fest Polonaise Duet K Gib There were four graduates viz For Representative bons B Haley We are authorize to announce W J LEWIS as Katie Virginia Robinson Edna a candidate for Representative of Franklin De Chattahoochees Good Eirl Williams 1 the Legislature suoject to action 1ie Belle Kibbv county InD3niKrtlc pirtyi irlIlurytheelection te 3d 1895 Enough For Me Song by boys August The First Te Deum Large and James Wesley Twyman We are authorized to announce JAMrS A Following was the programme VIOLKlT as u candidate or Representative Girls of Franklin county In the next Legislature sub Grand Galop de Concert Duet of the evening ject to the action of the Democratic pariy Primary election August 6 1895 G Weitzel L Nickles Call Upon Me Music Dors Cherrie Duet H Haley School and L Tobin j Senior Tobin Class Miss Lucille B a WL uik cum j nervous tired irritabje 29 Stores Bed Room Suits 10 and up - Parlor Suits 17 and up anntu 1 1 Sideboards 950 and up Center Tables 1 and up Beds SI and up Â¬ Calesthenic Drill Minims Spanish Serenade Piano K Gibbons Mandolins L Meagher M Berberich Guitar L Lazotte A INVOCATION NOAHS 0BK SALOON THE BEST MELODRAMA Lady in quest of perfect happ- Â¬ inessMargaret Haley Circe an enchantress Josie Sullivan Echo Katie Gibbons Juno Lucille Tobin Hebe Lizzie Lutkemeier Morn Along the Hill Music School Crumbs of Knowledge Edna Williams Eirl Instrumental Solo Mary Sneed 200 Warren Soup from 10 to 12 also nioo counter Declamation Forgive and lunch Come ono come nil Bottle goods in pints awl quarts a specialty Mamie Thomas Forget Largest House Furnishers in the Next door to R B Jillson Vocal Duet Lifes Dream World Pearl Miller and Lottie Sanders Qualities That Win James 305 Broadway Frankfort Ky 223 223 2 AX35T ST Wesley Twyman May 4 1 y Rhodes Burford Furniture Go EMIL HALDI I Nf i l v ram n v HilHieffiiMPiPiWIIHQilffiPSiPiWiBl The Big Reduction -- IMigiiepgraPBSSBiEBKilBfflPiH KNK A-t -- wliicli we are selli3ngr Ready - Made Clothing H2M worth 2 to 5 more 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 H 5 HUDSON HUMPHRIES RELIGIOUS Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ D D the pastor will conduct lor public worship at 11 a m and 8 pm Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 CASSEL U 8 Court 1 mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmrmmmmm Baptist Church Mr O L Gayle left Thursday after- Â¬ Master John Meagher jr of this noon for Cynthiana where he will city wao awarded a gold medal for proficiency in Arithmetic at the clos Â¬ reside in future Miss Mary Lee Durrett of Louis- ing exercises of Gethsemane College ville is visiting Miss Laura Hughes last week on Second street Mr J B Vernon wife and daugh Â¬ Mr J Swigert Taylbr has been ter little Miss Daisey who have been spending the week at French Lick visiting Mr W H Jeffries and wife on Logan street returned home Wed Â¬ Springs Indiana Dr Hugh L Tobin wife and chil Â¬ nesday evening Miss Edith Huffenburger of Hills dren left Tuesday for Kansas to visit boro Ohio who has been spending Mrs Tobins parents Miss Laura French has returned the winter and spring with her aunt from a visit to her sister Mrs Logan Mrs Hugh R Ayers on Cross street returned home Thursday McKee in Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Watts Misses T A Mr W E Bradley wife and little Nettie Greathouse Lillie Dale son have gone to New Albany In Â¬ Reynolds Julia Berry man Mattie diana to visit friends Glass Sadie Hocker Octavia Kemper Miss Lucy Julian left Wednesday and Ida Willis and Messrs Fielding for New York from which city she Ballard and Calvin Carpenter comsails to day for Europe posed a party which came up from Miss Lyda Terry of Bridgeport is Shelbyville Wednesday and spent the visiting Misses Georgia and Emma day in this city Payne on Conway street Mr Frank K Rodman of Cincin- Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky nati is visiting his parents Mr J L Rodman and wife in this city Persons calling for letters in the Miss Clara Crutcher of Ducker following list will please say that Station has been visiting the Misses they were advertised otherwise they Daniel on Cross street this week may not receive them Free delivery Mr Henry Hughes and wife of of letters by carriers at the residence Lexington who have been visiting of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules friends here have returned home First Direct letters plainly to the C Taylor D D leaves on Rev W street and number of house the 10th of August for a four months Second Head letters with the trip to Europe and the Holy Land writers full address including street Miss Mary Shelton leaves this morn- Â¬ request answers to ing for a visit of several weeks to and number and be addressed accordingly friends and relatives in New Castle Third Letters to strangers or tranMrs Edwina Marshall who has sient visitors in tho town or city been quite ill at the home of her whose especial address may be un- Â¬ son Mr Ben Marshall is improving known should be marked in the left Miss Lizzie McConnell of Lexing- Â¬ hand corner by the word Tran Â¬ ton is visiting Misses Mattie and sient the nostaere stamn Sadie Tanner on South Logan street onFourth Place hand corner and the upper right Miss Bettie Willis of Shelbyville leave space between the stamp and for postmark and Mr Willis Mathews of Nicholas directions be found a list of adver Â¬ Below will ville are visiting relatives in this tised letters for the week ending Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M a m 6 W Taylor the pastor pro tern will conduct the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 8 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Â¬ Christian Church Rev W B Catholic Church Rev Father Cassander the new pastor will con- Â¬ duct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow 10 Low mass at 730 a m High mass am Vespers at 3 p m Episcopal Church McCready Rev R L the rector will conduct the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 430 p m Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ First Presbyterian 11 Church k ing at at 8 oclock and in the evening Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the lecture room S F pastor will conduct the Pollett the usual services to morrow at 11 a m and 8 p m Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor Methodist Church Rev Rev DLilly the pastor will occu- Â¬ py his pulpit to morrow at 11 a m and at 8 p m -- Southern Presbyterian Church city Dr J A Stucky of Lexington will Prof E O Lovett of the University Ulress the meeting of the Young of Virginia Charlottesville is visiting liens Christian Association which the family of Major Hale on Second will be held in the basement of the street First Presbyterian Church Sunday Miss Clara Buckley left Tuesday to afternoon at 330 oclock His4subject attend the commencement exercises will be The Devils Anaesthetics All the young men of the city are at St Marys College Washington county cordially invited to be present Mrs W T Handy and children and Miss Bessie Addams of Cynthiana PERSONAL are visiting Mrs L B Longmoor on Mr Will J Graf of Cincinnati was Second street in the city yesterday Mrs Emma Walker Herr of Lex Â¬ Mr J L Sage of Lexington was ington spent Wednesday night in this city the guest of Miss Ora Leigh ir the city Wednesday Mr Will Buckley returned Thurs Â¬ on Shelby street day from St Marys College Master George Denson of Louis- Â¬ Miss Lizzie Holt has returned from ville arrives to day to visitMrGeorge a visit to friends in Henderson Huffman and wife corner Conway Mr Phil Egbert of St Paul Minne- Â¬ and Cross streets sota is visiting relatives in this cjty Mrs W F Wright and daughter Mr Walter G Chapman left Thurs Â¬ Miss Louise of Little Rock Arkansas day for a visit to relatives in Bowling are the guests of Col Chas E Hoge Green and family this county Mrs Grant Green and daughter Miss Lizzie Thomas of Philadel Â¬ Miss Katie left Wednesday to visit phia has returned from Louisville friends in Elizabethtown and is again with her cousins the Miss Margaret Scarce of Versailles Misses Crutcher on the West Side is visiting relatives on the South Miss Maud Johnston who been Side visiting Miss Sara Kirtley corner of Miss Maggie May Thomason spent Clinton and Ann streets returned to last week with relatives in George- Â¬ her home in Pleasureville Wednes Â¬ town day Miss Ella Wingate of Midway is Mrs Thomas Adams and Miss visiting Miss Janie Dehoney on East Minnie Allen who have been visit Â¬ Main street ing Mrs D M Woodson on Cross Miss Janie Dehoney visited her street for several weeks left Wednes Â¬ cousin Miss Jennie Quinn in George day for their home in Marshall Mis Â¬ town last week souri Â¬ June 22 1895 City of Lexington which has Keen on the docket for several terms was compromised Tuesday before it came to a trial It will be re- Â¬ membered that Mulcahy who was selling Plymouth Rock pants by sample was arrested and placed in jail in Lexington for selling goods without license He being a resident selling goods made in another State claimed he did not have to pay a license and brought suit for 25000 By the terms of the compromise he gets 500 and each side pays its own costs The case of Webb vs Phillips from Lee county resulted in a verdict for the defendant giving him about 2000 for logs taken from him by the plaintiff Docia Landiss administratrix vs C N O T P R R Co from Fayette an agreed judgment of 2000 for the plaintiff was entered In Gilpins administratrix vs Receiver of the Louisville Southern Railroad the court gave per- Â¬ emptory instructions to find for the defendant The criminal docket was cleared AT up Saturday with the exception of one case which it is expected COMMISSIONERS SALE Judge Taft of Cincinnati will come here to try as Judge Barr Fiunklin Circuit Coukt will not sit in the case Monday ISHAM RAILEY versus In Equltv the civil docket was taken up and L J COX occupied the time of the term TIY VIRTUE OFTHE JUDGMENT RENDERED 1J In the above cau3e nttne January term lb95 will The case of Mulcahy vs The Ibldaersell it public sate to the highest and best on C A Splendid Farm 3Svoaaea3r Tialy 1 1895r smith thence westaud nortn and northwest with to the lands lorm erly owned by John Mullen deceased thence south with the lines of said Mullens land an1 Cueaney to the-formerly owned by thut county road leading from Stednians mill to Cedar Cove thence Including said road and with the lines of James Martin Ianthit Stedman the Baptist Church and Samuel Martin to the begin- Â¬ ning I will first offer said land In parcels a descrip tion and plat of whlcn can be seen on application to the undersigned comu lsaloner nd And l will then offer mild tract ns a whole uccept the bid or bids under which the greatest sum will be realized for said wlioje trnct pro Â¬ vided however that If any one or two of the parcels shall bring enough to titisfy the liens of the Bank of Kentucy and Isliam Itatlev then the remaining parcel or parcels will not be d nor will said ti act us a whole b- - oiVurei data lands will be bold subject to ti lieu for 1153 with Interest from Janu ry 2 1893 intll paid In favor ot the Infant defeudutits In ttie suit Purchaser to gUe bond with Rood and sufficient surety bearing Interest from itito to have the A Hen will force and effect of 11 replevin boi d be reserved on the property sold until all the pur Â¬ W II POS KV chase mum y Is paid June 2Wt Master Commissioner At the court house door In the city of Frankfort Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a in and 3 oclock pm on a credit of nix twelve and eighteen months In eciuit Installments thelfol lowlng property or so much thereof as may be necessary to ruise 964fi8 the amount of the debt Interest and cost herein to wlt Said real estate Is that certain tract or parcel of land containing four hundred and fltty acres more or less and which Is situated In Franklin county Ky on Main Elkhorn creek nnd bounded as follows to wlt On the north by the lands of Jno T Hockersmlthjon the east by Man Elk horn creek on the south by the Junds of Samuel Martin and James Martin Mr lantha stedmaiv and Mt Peaiant Baptist Chuich end Including tbecounty road leading Jrom Medmans mil to Cedar Cove and on the west by the lands former Â¬ ly owned by John Mullen d esed and Uheaiey that Is beclnnlnc l h sjcamore tree on the west bank of Main EltTim creek corner of Samuel Martin thence nouh with the mean- Â¬ ders of said creek to the line of Jno T uocker th lines ot said Hockersmlth I EWAV Â¬ Special Hates Via the Midland June June 25 28 Lexington StBte 25 27 Chnttnnooga Dentfctf Alexander Mrs Sal Linton Mrs Mary MoDermott James lie Pickett Jos Desha Arnold Mrs Coe Bridgeford Robin- - Prater Levy Pay Miss Lee Ella son Riley Speed Brumbaugh E Carton Judge Will Rice Mrs Nancy M Reynolds Rev T A Ruder Hnrvy Chism Mrs Katie Clay Buck Stone Miss Mamie Scovill Prof M A Carter J P Sargent B H 2 Darson Allen Stover Wm Ducker Abbie Sanford James Gate Dock Harris Albert s Warfleld Miss Flor ence Hosmer Giles Whitt H F Hemes Thos White Phillip Ingram Wm A Johnson alias Wal- - Washington Martha Weddell John C 2 ker Chas Jones Mrs C The court adjourned yesterday At Cost Epworth All trimmed and untrimmed hats and bonnets at cost at Mrs July Maude Wilson Stephens No 308 June Main street 42 it Kentucky 1 Lexington Educational Association Jnly 2 4 FOURTH JULY July 5 9 Boston Mhsp Christian E1- Leiitfiie4 Jane 80 July 1- Nntional Educational Association 18 19 Cleveland O Republican Lenuue June 2425 Louisville Democratic Cir Â¬ 8 5 Denver denvorJ Shirt Waists One lot of waists at 25 cents Have been sold at 125 75 cents and 50 cents Sam D Johnson Co Jane June Jane July July July Epworth Chattanooga League 27 Cincinnati Knights of Honorj 80 July 1 Lexington Kyf Educa Â¬ tional Association 2 Fourth of July J 4 u Denver uoi national nauoa- tional Association 5 9 Boston Christian Endeavor 25 27 1 cus M t i When calling for jilease say advertised S B these letters Dress Goods at Cost Cjrtlflcate Plan tUfc Fare JHalf Faro All fancy woolen dress goods at cost Sam D Johnson Co The readers of the Roundabout 4I 2t will be pleased to learn that there is at least ome dreaded disease that science has been able to oure in all Wash Goods its stages- - and that is Catarrh Halls Oaturrh Cure is the only positive oure One lot of wash goods at 7 now known to tb medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ cents a yard reduced from 40 ease requires a constitutional treat Â¬ cents 30 cents and 25 cents ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Sam D Johnson Co internally actfatg directly upon the blood and mucoM surfaces of the 2t 4I system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the Millinery at Cost patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work All of our trimmed hats bavesonuoh faith in its curative bonnets will be sold at cost ard and that they offer One Hundred BwersT for any case that it fails to less than cost to close out seasons cure Send for list of testimonials stock F J OHBBKBY CO Co Sam D Johnson Toledo O 19- - Sold ky drmgis4s 76o I 2t 4I 100 Reward 9100 Â¬ Holmes P M mM Glass Auick Hipcc Theres lots of snap and nirW I vim in this Hires ItooTBKER Theres lota of pleasure and good hMlth In IL tnn A da llclous drink a temper ance drink a homeÂ¬ made drink a drink that delights the old and young Be sure and get the genuine Â¬ HIRES Rootbeer I A 15 nt pMktf nukM 5 ttlloM Soil tnrjwUt THE OHA8 E HIRES OOMPANY PHILADELPHIA PA jA 4W tdi s AiiJ kHAUP SP k 3 l KM jatfttwu ii iB tJtWXXJiLSkP ot J Vf 1 gnnnji nnninnnnjinruuirinjvuvwrnnnrinsvinr WEDDING Birthday Presents ist STEjiRXjinsro- sxrvHK - IYI AJS-tt y y ryy Selbert S83 EXTM PL4TBD WaBS AETD ruu LnnnjtrLfinjiJtruirinjinnJiniuiruiJiririnnjirinn The Leading TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Jeweler 233 St Clair Street uinjTruxruuinnnnrutnnnnnnruuu G lsuss Still Improving Â¬ IM CONVICT CUT Sunday school Excursion Cut Flowers FO TfCANTITY BESTINQUALI The condition of Major H T When you want cut flowers of I am authorized by the manageA Prisoner Uses His Knife With is slowly improving and any kind you want them cut fresh ment of the Kentucky Midland Stanton Probable Deadly Effect Another fight occurred at the penitentiary Thursday which may result in the death of one of the convicts It seems that Charles Johnson who was sent up from Bercaw to he has been able to walk to his state that the excursion to Cincin- Â¬ front door He is very much nati can be obtained under the emaciated from his recent illness same conditions as last year and but his gaining strength at a rate not to exceed that of last Will Not Take Charge year possibly less which rate is Mr E M Worth of Milton owing to the number of coaches to Pennsylvania who was tendered a convey the excursion The objective point will be the call to take charge of the Young in Lagoon at Ludlow which will be Mens Christian Association Those this city as General Secretary has the general rendezvous desiring to go to Cincinnati can declined the call get street car to Cincinnati for five Fanning Imple cents street car fare and five Bargains in ments minutes time Farmers you want to stop and The excursion will be under the look at my twenty five dollar supervision of the same very genMowing Machines and twelve dol- Â¬ tlemanly and accommodating of- lar Hay Rakes both of which are ficials as last year which will be warranted J also have fifteen sufficient guarantee to the public tons of Rock Salt just the thing that it will be as successful as last for stock Mr Harper and Mr Â¬ if- - Louisville for two years for steal- Â¬ ing and Jesse Young sent up from Bath county for house break Â¬ ing who occupied adjoining cells had had softie words in the cell house and when the prisoners were turned out into the yard Thursday morning the quarrel was renewed when Young drew a knife he had concealed about him and plunged it into Johnsons right side inflicting a dangerous if not fatal wound Johnson is now in the hospital and Young is locked up in a dark cell Both men are negroes and Young is serv- Â¬ year ing his second term Now the following conditions Alumni Et Alumme must be observed That all tickets sold must be by the sanction and The alumni and alumnae of the school High School department of the approval of some Sunday in the city or Public School were to have been Superintendent Sunday school given a lawn fete at the residence county and every white in the city and county is of Judge VV L Pence on the That West Side Thursday evening but embraced in this order owingto the wet weather the en Â¬ during the following week up to we tertainment took pace in the Friday next the 28th of June school building on Second street must be able to ascertain about A large number of the graduates the size of the excursion as the Â¬ of tlie school were present and en- Â¬ price will depend upon the numjoyed a very pleasant evening in ber and a book will be opened singing the class songs of each for registry at the store of John Co and dur- Â¬ year promenading the corridors W R Williams dancing and in talking over the ing that time we hope you will reg- Â¬ A ister If as individuals your name evenjts of their school days splendid supper was spread in one and number of tickets if schools of the class rooms to which all the probable number of tickets The price will not ex- Â¬ desired did ample justice m ceed 100 each for children par- Â¬ Easily Caught ents and teachers and for gentle- Â¬ For several days large numbers men and ladies not affiliating with of fish have been floating lazily any Sunday school Si 50 each Day will be near the top of the water in the You must register riverand quite a number have been set in the next issue of this paper U V Williams ought ranging in size from one to five pounds by boys and others Nigh Unto Death who went out in boats after them Rev Green Clay Smith form The fish were mostly cats and are supposed to have been poisoned erly of this city but now pastor of by the still slop run into the river the Metropolitan Baptist Church from the distilleries above town in Washington Citv is lying at the Yesterday a large number of dead point of death at his home in that fish of all sizes were floating upon city from the effects of a carbuncle upon the back of his neck and the river base of the brain JJawn Fete class in the Baptist Sunday school will give a lawn fete at the residence of Hon James Andrew Scott corner of Shelby and Cross streets Tues Â¬ day evening next June 25th Ices and cakes will be furnished for 15 cents the proceeds of which will be for the benefit of the The young ladies will school make it pleasant for you if you Miss Ruth Robinsons to preserve their beauty and fra grance Therefore Powers green house is the place to get them and he dont intend to be undersold by anyone in either cut flowers or plants A full supply of plants will be kept at the store from now on and sold at prices that cant be beat 35 tf WORMS LITES vermifuge CREW uiari all WORM Remedies EVEHY BOTTLE GUARANTEED iOXD JlayUMy FOR SO YEARS B A Great Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sun day is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The ptice of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever Â¬ ssfbBBkjI ST PrfpnrM hf riflRDBOX JILUimE CO AlIi DBBGOIST8 tOft Â¬ iTABLERSmi BUCK EYE C E The Broadway Hardware Dealer 42 tf - Collins made Subscribers to the Roundabout who are not takiug The Post now can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ portunity by addressing this office or writing to B G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville OINTMENT A SURE rillD CURE ST10UI3 D CURES NOTHING BUT PILES BEST REMEDY for PILES rrepuidferSICHASCSOl USD Muy 12 known for 13 years as the BT AM DRVGGISTS CO and CERTAIN SOXD THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili All trains enter Chicago on the Illi nois Central tracks along six miles of ly -- SEEK TUE- - Overloaded We are overloaded on cultivators and double shovels We will for the rest of the season offer the best cultivator tongueless in the market for 1500 cash double 2 Â¬ ties at Chicago CDDL - RESORTS - DF shovels for 42 tf 00 Mastin Bros m Pills do Xot Cure Pills do not cure Constipation They only aggravate Karls Clover Root Tea gives perfect regularity of the bowels For sale by John W R Williams Co Racing at Carrollton At Carrollton Ky has been organized the Carrollton Driving Association which will hold its initial meeting there July 4 one day only The handsome purses hung out will draw good horses For instance the 230 trot is for 250 the 230 pace is for the same and then there ate two or three running and bicycle races the purses aggregating S750 They have an excellent half mile track The Association is composed of many of the leading citizens of the vicinity men whose characters and reputations are v a guarantee that the racing will be conducted on high and honorable principles They announce that their object is not gain but that their purpose is to promote the trotting horse industry and furnish enjoyable sport to the people John T Lewis is president Percy Corn secretary and James F Jett treasu er Epworth licaguers Send stamp for official the Lake Front through the most MICHIGAN picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent ELEGANT THROUGH WAGNER SLEEPING JNe w Central station on Twelfth street CR5 run dally between This station is con- Â¬ and LakeFront venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Cincinnati and Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Eaij View Minh in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the VIA South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains AitdO WM Railway Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars The direct route to Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Old St Joe Grand Rapids Traverse transfer across Cincinnati to make City Elk Rapids Charlevoix connections Petoskey and Bay View Your ticket should read via the Big This Is the only line by which passengers to the Four Route to enjoy these privileges Traverse Region are landed at E O McOormick Pass Traffic Wgr Traverse City D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Big Four Route Â¬ 1 11 The U It absorbs the and Itching Piles tumors allays the itching at once acts as a poultice gives instant Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box Is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by mail for 50c and sflOO per box WILLIAMS MFG CO Props CleveBaird land O Sold by Holmes LAWYERS Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated show Royal Baking Powder superior to ait others Piles Piles Piles S Govt Reports For full Information as to time of trains etc wiite any renresentuthe Big Four Route E O McCohmick Puss Tratllj Mgr Genl Pass D B Martin Tkt Agt BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany Â¬ J W BLACKBURN Attorney and Counselor at Law 472 Louisiana Jr Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Department fVdcal to Correspondents editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE 1 - i Alt G tin ton BMg Will Celebrate The Society of Christian Endeavor at the penitentiary will celebrate the Fourth of July with appropriate services Â¬ Washington D C June ic iy Weekly A Courier Journal the fcdltor j- - WM CROMWELL ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper IILNRY WATTERSON Is VH en Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Â¬ Ill JL Ml tf attend I Will practice In the Historic Chattanooga Also Real Estate Agent The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes Courts ot Fruuklln and the adjoining counties the ing full particu lars International and will also Klve special attenton to the pur liberal terms to agents Sample copies ot any paper and Premium Supplement sent free to To Winchester Convention of Epworth League chase and salo of real estate of collection ot rents address Write to loans claims and the negotiation at Chattanooga next June COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Midland train No 3 leaving The Queen and Crescent Route IV CHINN fR Louisville Ky Frankfort at 4 p m rrakes close will make rate one fare for round Attorney at Law connection at Paris Junction with trip Frankfort Kentucky K C for Winchester arriving at W C Rineakson G P A CinJob work neatly exe Â¬ Will practice In all Stute Courts onice second Winchester at 610 cinnati O cuted this office tloor Custom House Â¬ book contain PRICE 100 A YEAR Â¬ at FflANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Kntered atthe post ofllco at FrimkfortKentuckjr was born and raised near Wood 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 i40 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Cat lake this county was a brave soldier during the war serving ns second class mailable matter as Adjutant of the 9th Ken- Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub tucky Cavalry Confederate is one of the best physicians FRANKFORT JUNE 22 189B and surgeons in the State and a Christian gentleman so the AssoDeath of Mrs Blackburn ciation made no mistake in honor- Â¬ It is with deep and sincere re Â¬ ing him with the highest office in gret that we announce the death its gift at the family residence in this city yesterday after a long illness of Knights of the Maccabees Mrs Hannah Marsh Blackburn The deceased was the daughter of A tent of the order of the the late Captain Cyrus Marsh and Knights of the Maccabees was was a lady of many rare and lovely instituted in this city on Thursday Messrs Gentle and evening of last week by traits of character Hutchison State amiable she made none but Elkins and Organizers The order is a fra- Â¬ friends those knowing her best loving her most She was a true ternal insurance association with feature as well Christian lady with a heart ever the total disability as a benevolent institution The full of charity and her entire life was a beautiful yet modest and new Tent started off with about The following unostentatious one She leaves thrty members officers were elected two daughters Mrs Dr J B Sir Knight Post Commander Guthrie of Tensas Parish La and Mrs Prof Matt C Harper Wilson Wilder Sir Knight Commander P D of Jefferson county and a son Arnold Thomas besides an aged mother Sir Knight Lieut Commander a sister brother and numerous other relatives all of whom will J L Hill Sir Knight Chaplain Frank have the sincerest and most heart felt condolence of all in our com- - Kavanaugh Sir Knight Record Keeper C munity to whom she had endear- Â¬ ed herself by her sweet and lova- Â¬ A Nelson Sir Knight Finance Keener F ble disposition The funeral will S Haff take place from the family resi- Â¬ M Sir Knight Master-at-Arm- s dence 214 North Commerce street at 5 oclock this Thursday Phythian Sir Knight Sergent Geo Gra- Â¬ afternoon and all the friends and acquaintances of the family are in ham Â¬ Leainer anfl RuDfier Beltmg at Cost JgWttJ J T igsj13 mA sitii mini tin - vited toattend Natchez Miss Democrat June 1 The deceased will be remenv beredby citizens as the widowj of the late Robert W Blackburn who was for years one of the leading dry goods dealers in this city During her residence here she made many friends who will regret to hear of her death V t older Fell Over a Precipice Frank Weitzel clerk in the establishment of Mrs Kate Welch on Main street and some friends started out Saturday night with the intention of going fishing balowjjthe lockand in order to reach their fishing ground took the old road running along the side of the hill between the Hemp Mill andjithe O F C Distillery While walking in the dark Mr Weitzel slipped off the side of the road fand fell to the river bank below a distance of about thirty Mr feet Hishead was badly cut and he wasgpicked up in an insensible condition and brought to his home in this city where he did not recoverj consciousness until late Sunday morning Fortunately he suffered noj broken bones or inter- Â¬ nal injury but was so badly bruised that he is still confined to bed He will soon be out again howevc and it is hoped will suffer no per manent inconvenience from his fall ME i 1 them of certain Impurities and watery particles York 300 p in the next day which make their linal exit through the bladder The retention of these In consequence of Inac New Midland Time Table tivity of the kidneys Is productive of Brlghts disease dropsy diabetes albuminuria and other maladies with a fatal tendency Hostetters Midland Effective June 3d Stomach Bllters a highly sanctioned diuretic and trains arrive as follows No 8 blood depurlent Impels the kidneys when enactlvo to renew their Kitting function and strain trom j S 15 n m No 2 1130 a m the vital current Impurities which Infest It mid threaten their own existence as organs of the No 4 735 p m body Cat rrh of the bladder gravel und reten Â¬ No East bound trains depart tion of the urine are also maladies arrested or averted by this benign promoter and restora Â¬ 1 No 3 7 a m No 7 1 p m tive of organle action Malaria rheumatism constipation biliousness und dyspepsia also yield to the Bitters which Is also speedily bene Â¬ 4 P- - ni Wn t malpc rnnnprtjnn fnr ficial to the week and nervous w A Â¬ I Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day It is and New York the next 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 business men to train that enables 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 Sir Knight 1st Master-at-Arm- s The F F V is the 830 p m Frank Egbert oniy modern train lighted through- Â¬ Master-at-Arm- s Sir Knight 2d out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car Sir Knight Inside Sentinel J A The Washington and Atlantic Williams Express also an Electric Lighted Sir Knight Outside Sentinel Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ Michael Zerr nati at 700 p m reaching Wash Â¬ The regular meetings of the ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Tent will be the second and fourth Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Fridays evenings in each month Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York rbout 900 Xiiko a Scivc p m At Norfolk connection is Old Dominion sepa Â¬ made with the The chief function to the kldners is to reaching New rate from the blood In Its passage through Steamship Line Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very iuw nguics 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Wagon Whips Back Bands Traces 150 Buggy Whips Halters Buggy Bridles 200 12K Horse Colars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 baddies 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles A 1 wa N M - Si Icn rtctnnt fnr and Mower Pllillprl Plniva nnrl rprwiVc an4 RiirLfotK Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand tim Ctrpr Tnnt I 1 c COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer m m u JACOB SWIGERT - CO B u- Insurance JLgerLts DR 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EasEmEnt nf the Capital Hotel M if RESTORED MANHOOD SkPrjA - MOTTS NEBVEBOE BBFOUB AND AFTEU DslNQ onaw Sale Toy isHK The Brent remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous diseases or rosinmun r on uie Konernuvo organs 01 euner sex eucn an nervous 1Youthful KrrorS Nlohtlv KmlRtnnn tnirnrTt Munlmnrt ImnntnrvTobacco or Opium which lend to Jon- or Mental Worry ozeesttv use crlvo a written miar- mimntlnn Anil Innnnl tv With everv MR order wor--- r- per Doionuic antoo to cure orroiuna ino money j roia i -- PILLS y 8For XSOIjIkilES hsiiw -j- 6c B AJdRD Drug-frlsts-Feb23-l- THE ROUNDABOUT iSl B 2 vA m MLS 1 jAl THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads 0 rVs i W m f 4 t4 y Picnic Postponed r- - Rev Doctor Taylor The Trustees and Faculty of Georgetown College at their joint meeting last week honored Rev W C Taylor pastor of the Baptist Church in this city by conferring upon him the degree of Doctor of Divinity The Doctor bears his The picnc which was to have been given by the 2d Regiment Band at Thorn Hill Park on Thurs- Â¬ day did not take place on account of rain but will be given on Mon Â¬ day when everyone will be given a chance to enjoy themselves The grass will be greener from the effect of the rain and the air fresher and more pure so that a trip out door lelephone JNo 17 to the park will be delightful If you dont want good work Dont fail to buy a ticket Monday but go out and help the boys to dont try the Capita Steam Laundry 24 tf buy their nice new uniforms I Cincinnati Lexington 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 Bekcaw G P A The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Will ecutes all orders promptly call for and deliver work at your vv Richmond it i m ubscription Only 1 Per Year r Our Job Department i 3jV Tv The Ladies The pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use the California liquid laxative Syrup of Figs under all conditions makes it their favorite remedy To get the true and genuine article honors smilingly and his numerous look for the name of the California friends here are highly pleased Fig Syrup Co printed near the that the honor was so worthily bottom of the package bestowed Millinery Below Cost that when you buy Scotts Emul Â¬ sion you are not getting a secret mixture containing worthless or harmful drugs cret for an analysis reveals all there is init Consequently the endorsement of the medical world Dont Forget Scotts Emulsion cannot be se- Â¬ wins something COttS A Franklin County Boy Emulsion overcomes Wasting promotes making of Solid Flesh and the gives Vital Strength It has no equal as a cure for Coughi Colds Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Scrofula Anasmla Ema elation and tfc nmwm Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown was elected President of the Kentucky Medical Association at its meeting in Harrodsburg last week Dr Lewis is a son of the late Rev Cadwallader Lewis and Â¬ Mrs Carrie Manderville the Broadway milliner is selling off her stock away below cost OnS dollar and a half hats go for fifty cents and everything else in pro Â¬ The ladies should call portion and see her and get a bargain 42 it Wasting Diseases of Children ScttftlowMNY AllDrutliili 10c trill mAAA V v tW nvw d tft iA Executes on short notice and in the latest style ig ill ira f tn na We Are Still h Holding toe Fort Ho Dissolution Call and see our ra taa na 123 ca Da rsa iHMMUnnMKxnMBnvvHBnMVMnanaaaMMMMMMHnHMMM ca nn ua na innVintTn minnlinrl nun nnnAmawn liiwtvifv DO m mt the pdst two weeks with shoes and hats h cheaper than they were ever sold in Frank- E fort Our prices were the talk of the town Ei Our customers appreciated it and patron a ized us liberally S3 The warm weather is now hero and you g will need summer hats and summer shoes ca Ea a Eia Eta J for yourself and family large assortment YOUNG MBN Remember we are the sole agents for the Rockland Oo line of celebrated shoes W e carrry them in all style toes in congress and bals Try a pair ca ca ca ca- OB cat - gU gg cia ca B3 SaBanat3acananaraEarar5arar1acanaBariaBacaBaBacacnBanananai3ariariacarrr FRANKFORT K01TNDAB0UT FRANKFORT mcgtoLjr While oa ca BaracaEaRacaBaBaraRaEaBananaBaBaBaBaBaBaRacaBaBaBaRaranaBanann Im Asleep My Craps A Growin To the Seashore JUNE 22 1895 Mi Sal B i- Mi Sil she dwols Down Flat Creek pike Where there Is dels An mountlns like The gentle steady rain which set in early Thursday morning and continued all day was a great blessing as it laid the dust and freshed up vegetation of every kind if inunkjsplu wares a dres She Au She cuais ta town On surkus cay Tu se the klown JudgoTobe Police Judge VV C Herndon was so much under the weather several days last week as to render him unable to attend to his official duties and Mr Walter Franklin jr acting as Judge pro tern by appointment of the Mayor ft i 6r- up Chesapeake Bay to Washington So from Its shade with a delightful drive about the HerhatlsM National Capital returning home Beyond compare And rlbblns vi from Washington direct W lth fethera there The tour is under the personal For a il the gys supervision of Echert Stewart pm h ft wMSho curlth not Tourist Agents who will arrange bys But candy Aew Meat Store all details of travel and you simply An penuts hot have to join the party and enjoy A red balune Mr Jas IJ Dailey has opened yourself They do the rest and For little Wat- ta new meat store on Broadway assure you a plaesant trip As every cune You sets got next door to Jim ODonnell For programmes and full inforf An sumthlng tu where he has a clean and neat mat ion address r or baby L- UO place and sells the freshest and C B Ryan A G P A C Acandyuet Ry Cincinnati Or whistle shrll tenderest beef for the lowest 0 shen a beaut Consumption Can be Cured prices filling all orders promptly There aint no dout By the use of Shilohs Cure This An ortul kute Sale of Banic Stock Wen shes rigged out great Congh Cure is the only THE IMPROVED known remedy for that terrible But all the same Fifteen shares of Farmers Bank disease She is the kind For sale by John W R Ov little dame stock were sold at public sale in Williams Co 40 You seldura And Georgetown Monday Five shares For snip by THOS A JOYCE 480 Broadwar Shell never part BIG FOUR ROUTE opposite L N depot Also needles oil etc brought 113 and ten shares went From what Is tru for all sewing machines A share or your patron But holds her heart age solicited for gH2 Best Iilne to the Xortli and East Dec 22 6m An mlen tn All lines from the South make A Great Offer direct connections in Central DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Ry Union Station Cincinnati with We will send the Roundabout through trains of the Big Four Delegates Instructed For Hardin one year and Trie Louisville Even- Â¬ Only direct line between Only to Chicago St Louis Indianapo ing Post one year to any sub- Â¬ lis Columbus Cleveland New Now The Democratic County Conven scriber for 300 per year York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT tlon met in this city Monday after- Â¬ is the time to subscribe mation call on nearest agent orj Shortest and qulcfceat oetwten address appoint- delegates to the noon to E O McCormick State convention which meets in Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car- DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr Louisville Tuesday to nominate jfBTille Cyntbiana Fal Genf Pass Ticket Agent 1816 The candidates for State offices 1 O Cincinnati mouth and Covingtcr meeting was called to orderby W VinjgKrvy yjap CU One hult Rate to Iiexington Ky John W Gaines Chairman of the ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Atlenstlges By Irlh mnde A most delightful trip to the via the popular Chesaseashore peake Ohio Ry will leave Cincinnati June 25 at 12 noon via the famous F F V This will be a personally conducted tour occupying twelve days with all traveling expenses covered by the ticket The trip includes a stop at Richmond Va with carriage drive to points of interest eight days at the Hygeia Hotel Old Point Comfort thence by steamer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jsxarltai Monroe Patent Thei m ca ca ca Da ca BO- - 8T0KEWHBE LilfiED THE ALASKA CHARCOAL P9Hi L FILLED BEFB180TOBS to MHHHmHHHMEi9Hr il Sc SOOTH Far Sale y If TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M 23 No 17 No19 No 21 No Lv Lexington Varnallton Midway Bagdad 845 Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lacranee Kentucky Mmiand Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville 1219812 A M 1033 1044 1115 1135 1144 917 925 950 550 1023 617 641 707 733 715 6S4 9K1 200 217 232 240 388 353 401 426 44tf 643 802 815 822 845 659 708 736 620 3 05 909 46 91 520 940 P M NORTH Lv Louisville P M PM 5 00 No 18 No 20 No 22 No 21 - I Eminence Pleusurevllle Bagdad Midway Anchorage Ptwee Valley Lagrumte Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington vw Yarnullton 24 will 1020 1045 1055 1111 745 817 827 850 926 933 949 720 200 80 654 733 815 828 833 900 237 249 318 338 353 509 524 640 532 540 650 620 4S0 5 00 48 638 706 732 740 754 810 110 County Committee MrLMangan was elected chairman and Mr J B Blanton Secretary Those favoring the nomination of Gen P W Hardin for Governor were in the majority and carried everything their own way the delegates only being instructed to vote for that r gentleman although Hon Jas Andrew Scott and Judge Ira Julian made a fight to have them instructed to vote for Col J Stoddard Johnston for Secretary of State Mr John C Herndon c for Treasurer The following delegates were appointed and then thee nvention adjourned Â¬ DELEGATES L Mangan John Tobin R C South Trimble Wm Johnson Bedford J B Blanton S T Pence Newton Harrod J R Dr J Q A Stewart and Elliott M J Meagher Hi 5yC i 1 ALTERNATES J Mr Pence C E Ellwanger Gaines Will Smith Pat Newman J S Bryan S W Harrod Robt Averill S M Tins- ley and J W Tichner S V W LvSwItzer Both the method aud results when cinnati O Lv Stamping Ground 7 34 4Mi Lv Duvull 168 Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Cin- Â¬ Lv Johnson Chas VV Zell D P A 740 441 2G B 747 447 Lv Georgetown 215 aud refreshing to the taste aud acts cinnati O Ar C S Depot 755 46J 300 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Lv Newtown 808 510 a 21 816 518 S35 Lv Centrevllle Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ A Babys JDife Saved 821 622 345 Lv EllzMbetu tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Ar Paris My baby had croup and was Ar purls Juncthn 0 8b0 532 400 535 aches aud fevers nutl cures habitual cured by Shilohs Cure wntes A UJ P M PM A M Figs is the Mrs constipation Syrup of iNbTij lNbTTlNolOINo8 TRAINS WEST J B Martin of Huntsville only remedy of its kind ever pro Paris 540 For sale by John VV R Lv Pans Junction c 945 CIO 440 Lv duced pleosiug to the taste and ac Ala Lv Elizabeth 955 610 465 Co 40 ceptable to the stomach prompt in Williams 9 59 614 518 iv Centrevllle Lv Newtown 1007 fi22 635 its action and truly beneficial in its Jufy4th 1017 G42 lv 0 S Depot eflects prepared only from the most Lv Georgetown B 6 65 1040 645 640 Lv Johnson 1045 651 6S0 herd thy ana agreeable substances its Lv Duvull 7X0 657 Crescent Route Lv Stamping Ground 1051 703 The Queen 1058 7J8 many excellent qualities commend it Lv 745 1108 713 to all and have made it the most will sell round trip tickets from all Lv Swltzer Elknorn 1116 720 765 Lv Summit 1122 726 816 popular remedy known stations to any point on the sys Ar Frankfort A 1130 735 816 Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c tern and to principal southern 8DNDAY TKAINS and 1 bottles by all leading drug points in general at a fare and a Leave Georgtown 103C a m arrive Frankfort Any reliable druggist who third for the round trip gists 1130 u in Leave Frankfort 400 p arrive Georgetown may not have it on hand will proTickets on sale July 2nd and 4C0p m cure it promptly for any one who The Kentucky Midland Do not accept any 3rd and for trains arriving at des- tions form the shortest and Railway and connecwishes to try it tination morning of July 4th Good points north south east and cheapest route to ull west substitute For further Information apply to their agents till 7th to return or CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Ask agents for particulars or see C D BERCAW GEO B HARPER 8AN FRANCISCO CAL Gen Pass Agt Receiver ard Gnn Supt small bills NEW YORK NY LOUISVIUC AY Franktort Ky I I Route stations in Kentucky to Lexington and re- turn June 30 to July 2d inclusive at one fare for the round trip on account of t e meeting of Ken tucky Educational Association Ask agents for particulars VV C Rinearson G P A CinCrescent will sell ticKets from The Queen J TRAINS SUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIMt In elTect June 2 1S35 SCHEDULE I OF A M I TKAINS V stop at Anohorago and Christianabnrg passengers for for Lexington nnd points beyond Noa 17 19 and 21 oonnect at Lagranga for Cincinnati Noa 19 and 21 conueot at Anuhoruxe for Blootnnela Branch No a a y SI I 31 TIUIS8 Lv Frankfort Lv Summit EAST I No I No a 700 400 708 711 718 728 400 Noj lOii Â¬ LvElkborn llli 4H 120 4 JO lbJ 430 148 Bid FOUR T ROUTE BEST LINE AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dlnlns Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest improved Private Com partment litinec aieeping cars magmncientiy Â¬ Â¬ furnished with toilet accessories lu each pai truent com- - ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled rains with Buffet Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars and Wagner Bullet Sleeping Curs BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Ors Cin- Â¬ Â¬ NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet nnd Smoking Cars Wngner Sleeping Cars Elegant Coaches nnd Dining Curs landing passengers In New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively Â¬ 111 Â¬ Â¬ NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure jour tickets read via BIG FOUR E 0 MCCORMICK D B MARTIN Puss Truffle Manager Gen 1 Puss Ticket Agtt CINCINNATI 11 jV u m J Z And very the wing we fared sumptuously lew of them showed themselves every day FOUR HUNDRED MIIiES ON particularly jaded at the end of Our daily ride embraced from The gaits of the twenty to twenty five miles It HORSEBACK OVER ROADS the journey Syrian horse are usually three a usually began at 630 and ended THAT ONXjY TOURISTS walk an amble or slow pace at 11 was resumed by 2 and con- Â¬ AND MANIACS WOULD and a canter walk is of tinued till 4 or a little lattr The We VENTURE TO TRAVEL course the most valuable for the were in our saddles on an average roads in the larger portion of the of six and a half hours each cUy Tent Life in Palestine AMONG THE BEDOUINS start in good condition Four weeks in camp and four hundred miles in the saddle pave our party some interesting experiences in Palestine and Syria a portion of which I wish to chronicle We were at the time of starting reduced to thirty one tourists the remainder of our company for one reason and another having parted from us We had in all sixteen sleeping tents one cooking tent one large dining tent and a luncheon tent which was sent on ahead at an early hour each morning in order to provide us a welcome shelter from sun or rain on our arrival at the close of each mornings ride The other tents followed us on pack mules with all the other Â¬ Â¬ tff it- - iv sv- li - ft I V impedimenta and passed us on their way to the evening camp dur ing the two or three hours we were resting under the shelter of the luncheon tent in the middle of the day Our tents were hand- Â¬ some indeed Snme one said that Abraham never dreamed of such and that the gorgeous affairs Queen of Sheba herself would have stared in astonishment at them They were made in Cairo and cost delivered at Joppa about seventy five dollars each They Tyere made of heavy canvas with a lining quilted into them which represented in figures of many shapes and sizes all the colors of The interior re the rainbow minded me continually of the 33iblicai description of some of the blue and tabernacle curtains purple and scarlet and fine twined linen Over the entire top was a thick canvas covering separate from the rest of the tent and fastened securely on all sides by triple guy ropes ten or twelve feet long The tents were circular and measured nearly twelve feet in A long pole in the diameter center answered tne double pur pose of holding up the canvas and of providing us by hooks around it with a much needed wardrobe With thick rugs on the ground two cots a chair and a camp stool nd a washstand two of us man Â¬ I never aged very comfortably slept more soundly in my life than I did to the music of a flapping tent during our four weeks 1 do not believe a in Palestine week of constant rain could penetrate one of these well made tents and I found them equally pro f against the burning rays of the sun We had much cool weather on our camping trip many brief showers several rainy nights and only two or three really hjt days The nights were all cold etiough tfbr double blankets Crossing Hermou every one of us wiount suffered severely from the wintry air Many learned to their cost the folly of making a tour of Palestine in April or May without being thoroughly provided ajjainst tooth cold and wet with the heaviest sort of wraps We rode on Syriin horses all of us but four who had palanquins The palanquin is a clumsy kind of Instead of wheels single buggy it has two pairs of shafts one pair in front and the other behind an each of which a strong mule is hitched and the two thus cany the palanquin and its occupant The motion is decidedly rocking but ladies unaccustomed to horses or invalids not able to ride can get along thus with comparative Each palanquin requires ease two muleteers to manage the ariules and to steady the craft in irough places the front muleteer usually riding a small donkey and lleading his mule The drawbacks of the palanquin are that it is slow obstructs your view of the country and deprives you for the most part of the companionship of your iparty And it is not altogether devoid of a small element of dan ger if your mules fall down and cause ii to upset which they do not often do Nearly all of oiir horses had been resting a month before we mounted them and so were at the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You rocky places where an American horse would utterly refuse to go In fact our chief conductor said to us in a bit of pleasantry that only tourists and mainacs would venture to travel such roads And when I asked him to which of the two classes he belonged seeing that he was traveling them he at once replied to the latter of course But rough and steep and rocky as we found the way our horses bore us through in safety and thereby established for themselves with us a reputation for sure footeduess for which we shall hold them in grateful remembrance all our lives You may rest assured that our camp was no insignificant affair We had with us fifty mules and donkeys and fifty five horses quite a formidable array of themselves If you could have heard the bray ng of the long eared conringent through the hours of the night you would have thought there were twice as many and have wished them at the bottom of the sea till like us you got used to them Man can get used to many disagreeable things in this world but one of the hardest is to accept the harsh dissonance of a braying donkey for an evening lullaby or a midnight opiate I have said we were thirty one tourists Besides these we had two conductors three dragomen and forty seven men one four cook several waiters a number of baggage handlers tent pitchers bed makers and so in down to the boys who curried and watered the hories So that in all we numbered eighty three souls not as many as ALraham had in his camp but still a crowd suffi Â¬ cient to awe the natives ah we passed by Our three dragomen were native Syrians and were clever and capable gentlemen who esteemed it a privilege to oblige I shall never us in every way forget Saleh El Kareys cheery greeting as we emerged from our tents each morning nor his tireless devotion during the entire dol-lar-a-d- ay Â¬ journey are simply terrific go up and down steep journey A great strapping fel- Â¬ Â¬ low he was some six feet four lifting the ladies like feathers on and off their horses starting the All procession with his loud aboard and havjng spurred ahead directing it en route with his de- JNor this way please cisive shall I cease to remember the offices of kindness I had from George Jallook as short of statute as Saleh is long who throughout showed himself an honest trust- Â¬ worthy christian man Ksau Saah was the dragoman in charge of the palanquins and I saw less of him than of the other two but he seemed at all times a modest poWe had in lite and useful man short as good an outfit of tents horses servants and drago men as could be found in Pales- Â¬ Mr Rolla Floyd the tine contractor who fur intelligent nished it and whom we found one of the most upright and competent men we met with in our whol Our daily tour so assured me fare was a daily wonder to us Where it came from I never could Our cook must have find out been little less than a conjurer For breakfast we had eggs lamb chops coffee tea bread butter For the noon day we and jam had a cold lunch of sardines hard chicken mutton cheese boiled eggs bread and butter jam honey with a desert of and raisins English walnuts oranges At half past four as we came in from our afternoon ride we had hot tea and crackers At six thirty or seven we had a din ner of five courses beginning with soup and ending with a pudding The intermediate and oranges courses embraced roast lamb baked chicken with a salad and a stew of some sort with potatoes And everything was prepared in a most appetizing way and eaten with the relish that only hunger knows Though perpetually on Â¬ Â¬ he would feel like saying when the journey is over once is enough How often were we re Â¬ minded while passing through it that our pilgrimage on earth is a tent life and that all of us night Â¬ ly pitch our moving tents a days march nearer home But a dr scription of the places we saw And toward the end of our jour- Â¬ while making our way northward ney that became a very moderate along the old Roman road from task though at the beginning it Jerusalem to Damascus must be reserved for future letters taxed us no little George Darsie Etch night our camp was pa Â¬ trolled and guarded by sleepless For Rent watchmen The pilfering Bedouins were ready to slip into our tents My new dwelling house on in the darkness at almost every Shelby streets containing seven point of the journey and help rooms furnished or unfurnished themselves lo thwart them re- Â¬ as desired This house has all the quired ceaseless vigilance At modern conveniences and is in the Jerusalem Nablous and Nazareth most desirable part of the city we had a guard of Turkish sol- Â¬ diers Atjerico Galilee Bassias For terms apply to Wm Cromwell Baalbec and at every other camp 42 tf we had either a i tg place Bedouin or a native guard though Bread for the Harvest our dragomen were alert at all Will make a special price on hours to see that the guard did its We often heard the laigh bread to farmers during the harvest duty M Busam of the hyena a ound our tents in season the wee small hours of the night 42 it and the plaintive cry of the jackal The best work in town is done Barking dogs whose name was at the Capital Steam Laundry legion all along our way were one of the greatest nuisances we en- Â¬ countered ranking as they did a Half Fare to Chattanooga good second to the braying don Â¬ keys The last night in camp my Crescent Route The Queen slumbers were a trifle hindered by will sell round trip tickets from all a chorus of frogs who like true points on its line June 25th to would a wooing go with 27th 1895 to Chattanooga and lovers a spirit of perseverance shared only return at half rates with liberal by such moonstruck folks It is limits and conditions known that the festive flea thrives Ask ticket agents for particulars all over Palestine as well as in or address Egypt I grieve to say that many W C Rinearson G P A unoffending members of our party Cincinnati Q can sadly testify of their knowl Â¬ Are You Made edge that the fact is as just stated But exactly why I was spared the Miserable by Indigestion Constiinfliction was to me a great pation Dizziness Loss of Appe- Â¬ mystery Sometimes I even felt tite Yellow Skin Shilohs Vital chagrined by it because it seemed izer is a positive cure For sale a reflection on my natural sweet- Â¬ by John W R Williams Co But I never ness and tenderness 40 murmured at it though I atii Virginia Battle bound to say that many whose Map of theFields characters were not thus reflected I was indeed able to at on did The oily correct map made from tain a degree of resignation to my official papers in the war depart- Â¬ lot in this rggard which others ment with complete list of battles even after exhausting the supply Sent on receipt of 25 cents in of insect powder in all the shops money or postage stamps Address of Cairo and Jerusalem were utter C B Ryan Assistant General strangers to I do not say this Passenger Agent C O Railway boastingly at al any more than I Cincinnati O boasted of my immunity from sea- Â¬ sickness on the Atlantic for I fear Johnsons Oriental Soap is the that the ground of my boasting in most delicate facial soap in exist Â¬ both cases even yet might very ence leaves the skin soft and suddenly disappear velvety Absolutely pure and All in all our experience of tent highly medicated Two large cakes life m Palestine was both unique in a package 25 cts For sale by We were merci- Â¬ J W Gayle Sole Agent and delightful fully preserved from all injury to life and limb when to me travel- Â¬ The Irrepressible Saxby ing a way so rough such a thing Send 10 cents in stamps for a We seemed almost impossible had far more favorable weather handsome copy of the volume than usually falls to the lot of tour- Â¬ Snap Shots by the irrepressible ists in this country Sickness in Saxby to W C Rinearson GenI no case interrupted our progress Passr Agent Queen and Crescent The only mishap was the falling Kouie Cincinnati unio Only a limited Send at once down of a pack mule while cross- Â¬ ing a brook and the wetting of the edition linen of three gentlem n in the Captain Sweeney IT S A party and the spoiling of a valu- Â¬ able set of Kodak plates It is San Diego Cal says- - Shilohs but justice to say that Mr Floyd Catarrh Remedy is the first medipromptly and cheerfully made cine I have ever found that would Price 50 cents A small bun do me any good good the damage die of canes was the only thing For sale by John W R Williams Co pilfered from our camp and that 40 occurred the very first night A good set of harness for 7 50 There was one time when I con- Â¬ Mastin Bros at We fidently expected a raid 38 tf were encamped by lake Huleh The region literally swarmed with Notwithstand the advance in Bedouins Their black tents were all kinds of leather our prices on everywhere A hundred or more harness and saddles remain the of them came into our camp that same Call and examine the night and by pre arrangement gave largest stock ever in Frankfort a series of native dances around a Mastin Bros 38 tf blazing bon fire Tley were a tough looking set and I looked for Two good second hand buggies nothing short of a burglary before at bargains Mastin Bros morning But it came not and 38 tf m my fears proved unfounded Nickel Plato Stamp Holder We carried out our itinerary to the dot and reach Beyrout the Send eight cents in postage end of our long journey the very stamps to C B Ryan Assistant day and hour planned Andfeuch G P A C O Railroad Cin scenes as we had beheld such cinnati O for this unique vest memories as we had revived such pocket stamp holder inpirations as we had felt were possible only to those who with For Rent reverent hearts try to trace the footsteps of those holy men of old A cottage of three rooms hall who made this land sacred forever r kitchen and cellar located on more It is an experience which South Shelby street Apply at this any one may covet even though office or to J B Polk 38 tf Â¬ J imcmaittisimtMaMn MUQ JtAtTriA FlMB iiiimuciin M W jfBKI I I fKMHCMIDuSoCONnWtSKCtSSK I ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE sSgsgPtVTM yAlfl ill W SWEET CAPO RAL CIGARETTE Mm tUea the ef TIM MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Uoi 15 1 tsM rass ml Tt U f U Co s- - li NEW FAMILY 43 Grucert JORDAN Proprs ST OLAIR STREET FORTUNE m nice Orders promptly filled and deliver Â¬ ed in any part of the city Call and see us may 11 IS EVERYTHING in the Grocery line fresh and in FORTUNE JORDAN DR W I KELLEY W11I M OF CINCINNATI 0 be at the FHOEETIS -- HOTEL KY- IN LEXINGTON - Saturday June 22 1895 HEMORRHOIDS whit are termed piles In any form curea tvlcnuui surgery ULCERATION and CATARRHJc rthe rectum also cured FISTULA and FISSURES cured HEEEUKNCES J ASCOtt iTUIihtOllhJ Anthony Leucu Hunklutt Kj J T atiiten traiihfort Ky V Borberlon Krankfoit M Hev - I Uuett Benson Ky I- W MoKee Hurdle Franatort Kr r A H Mct V DaVlu Moore J nuiiielraiiitort Benson K lure KraiiKturt K Ky DR K t I r YS office and residence Is at 260 West Elglitn street Cincinnati and where he ma be found ever day of each week except 8ATUR- - Jaa M AithrowKrankfoitKyt ti DAYS W 259 W KELLEY MD EWhtStUlnclnnatlO T IsBND I SUBSCRIPTION H M M TOR A TRIAL MONTHS TO THC 50 In H M LOUISVILLE TINES THE SRIOHTCST AND REST ArTCRNOON PAPER IN THE I M M Â¬ H Latest Market Quotations H H Latest State News H H All the Local NewsReports H AND OVER DAILY H H Complete Press H Largest Circulitlon the South H H 30000 1 50 centsTmonth H Or 9500 a Ysar by Mall H H JNO A HALDEMAN Bus MSR H I I f H I BOS FOURTH AVENUE B ri LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY cootUtinii of New on a Complete Treatment tJPPOSITOBIES Capsules of Ointment and two ozes of Ointment A never fulling Care for lllei of every nature and deereo It mukea on operation with the knife or Injeottoni of carbolic acid which are painful and seldom a permanent cure and often re sulting in death unneoewary Why endure this 6 boxes terrible disease We m uarantee benonti re-ou only par for to cure aany p ns ceivi box iiiurpji 0cuvutua JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box PflNQTIPATIflNCured Piles Prevented lUnbyJapancieLUer Pellet UUnO I trVEB end Jheareat FORIFIEH STOMACH HEGOLATOB and Small mild and pleasant to BLOOD take especially adapted for children use W Doeee PILE CURB JAPANESE IrA 23 cents iLVtiS fmm i m kC LI f Tliis is xrhat X am r gfcing to liarrre people sa3r rn AU J3Uy p vvwv RTTfinFTS J W MM t 8 T A To dose out my entire stock of ehiua 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 s hefty goods Call Ironing BoardsWringers Coffee Mills Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices rT UUUllbi v If fli JOHN Matrimonial Dr George Z Horine and MissSamantha B Powers of Graefenburg Shelby county were married Tuesday afternoon in the pirlors of the Baptist parsonage by Rev W C Taylor D D Nickles Marshall Mr Fred Nickles jr and Miss Fannie VV Marshall were married Stturday evening at the Christian Church by Rev W B Taylor Pryor - Gaines Mr W S son of Hon VV S Pryor jr Pryor of New Cattle Judge of the Court of Appeals and Miss Ariana Gaines were married yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock at the residence of Mr W E Muncey on Fifth street Owing to the recent death of the grooms mother the wedding was a very quiet affair only the immediate Â¬ ST- be a game CLAIR STREET State Teachers Association of IBTJOISiLElSand others who want Â¬ Base Bull Tuesday There ball will m M j - j 1 w v Tf 7 ifi V IkiZ v Deaths less for a whilebut was placed in a surry and brought back to the city Dangekfield Henry Danger by Mr J H Williamson After field died Sunday afternoon at the resting a while he recovered Forks of Elkhorn aged 10 years sufficiently to proceed to his desti- Â¬ John A Kleber is selling his nation entire stock and fixtures at cost mm Dumped in the Street The salary of Mr S B Holme Mill this county where Postmaster in this city was rePeaks her father was a prosperous farmer duced one hundred dollars on Wednesday by order of the Post Another Runaway office Department Mr Chas W Fincel started to Anderson county in his buggy A Great Gormans Prescription Diseased blood constipation when his Wednesday evening liver and bowel and kidney horse took fright and ran away troubles are cured by Karls throwing him from the vehicle Clover Root Tea For sale by He alighted on his head was John W R Williams Co 40 m badly bruised and rendered helpÂ¬ m accomplishments Mr Pryor is a young man of fine busi- Â¬ ness tact and at the expiration of the honeymoon he and his bride will return to this city where Mr Pryor will be connected with the Adams Express Company Rich Â¬ mond Register June 7 The bride is a cousin of Messrs W T and J W Gaines of this city and was born and spent the earlier years of her life near base Tuesday afternoon to attend an interesting meeting between the Lexington and and enjoy a short visit to the Capital of the Blue Grass country Lexington should make a note of the forthFrankfort teams will bring down a strong nine coming meeting of the Kentucky among them JLew crown Jen Educational Association at Lex We claim our store to be the Great Headquar Â¬ Brown and other good ones and ington on July 1st 2nd and 3rd for bargains in our boys will have to hustle to win The railroads of the State will sell round trip tickets at one fare for It will be a lively contest how- the round trip good until July ever and one worth going out to 5th This will enable those who see so desire to remain in Lexington over the Fourth and attend the Soon to Wed Lexington Chautauqua which has Invitations are out for the wed- an unusually attractive program for that day including T DeWitt ding of Dr E E Underwood Talmageand General John B Gorthe leading colored physician of don as lecturers Such a combi- the city and Miss Sarah JWalker nation is not olten lound ana no Why not deal with us We promise to place at your disposal the Nicest Handsomest and Most Desirable Goods in the who has been for several years one teacher can well afford to miss market and to make prices right of tfie principal teachers in the this meeting The program of the Educational colored Public School in this city Association is full of important The ceremony will take place at topics to be discussed by able so to claim We the first Colored Baptist Church speakers The meetings will be Whyare foolish as to prove that which we can not make good with the very best goods and lowest prepared few intimate friends on the evening of Wednesday held in the A and M College Au relatives and a prices that our store is a place all economical oC the family being present The July 3d ditorium and Lexington will do buyers should visit ceremony was pronounced by Rev her best to make the meeting W F Smith of the Christian At Cost f attractive to all who attend Pres Church There was no attendants ent indications point to this as the All trimmed and untrimmed best meeting the Association has After congratulations the happy couple were driven to the L N hats and bonnets at cost at Mrs had in a long time and the locadepot where they took the train Maude Wilson Stephens No 308 tion the time and the program for New Castle the home of the Main street 42 it Evcombine to insure success TO THE CENTER OP grooms father where an elegant ery teacher in the State who can Slaughter house Burned reception will be tendered them possibly do so ought to attend Miss to day Gaines is the and take a part in the proceedings The slaughter house on the daughter of Mr Wm R Gaines and thus help on the great advance formerly of Eminence and a place of Mr James A Murray movement in education We trust Easily Quickly Permanently Restored located on the river bank just our section of the S ate may be sister of Mrs W E Mm ey of UlPRICTin IICDUIUCisBold with writ BY THE- this city She received her edu- back of the electric power house fully represente by live wide- mKUIlCIIU itn VIllC ten guarantee to restore Lost Manhood Cares weaknesses Nervous cation at Eminence College and was destroyed by fire Monday awake teachers for it is only such Debility and all the ovils from early or later ex cesses the results of ovorwork worry sickness is a young lady whose personal development given Full strength tone The hoiise was used that attend these educational gath etcevery organ or portion andtho body Improve afternoon of charms are only excelled by her erings and rfcap the benefits accru- to immediately seen from the first box ThousÂ¬ ment by Mr Sam Salvers and being a Â¬ Horine Poweks Teachers If So Why Not And if Not Why So ters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Books e Â¬ Â¬ RIMcCLTJEESOI CHICAGO -- Â¬ VIGOReMEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ many wooden structure quickly burned very ing from them Cheap Bread CHURCH IN MEMORIAM Dled in tuh county Jane 9 oclock am Mrs Mary tattle hurcli ifiimti lirly known as uunt Poll consirt ot Jack Onircii deceased Mrs Churcn wad bom in Loulsburgv Greenbrier county Virginia Juno 25 1803 I sbe had lived eight days more she would nave attained the ripe old age or 87 years At the age ot five she was brougnt to Kentucky by her father Robert Steele in the primitive days ot horseback transportation riding behind as she olten expressed It nil the way from Virginia Her fattier tried farming four years In Woodford county then moved to tne farm In this county occupied by the late Capt Sim Steele where nt the age of 21 she was married then Am prepared to furnish farmers the freshest and nicest bread at a low price 42 it mhat ands of letters of praise on file in our office Can be carried in vest pocket Bent by mail to any address on receipt of price One months treat Â¬ ment in each box Pnco 8100 6 boxes 500 with Written Guarantee to refund money if not cvod Bond to us for the Genuine Circulars Free W GAYLE Sole Agent M0N9N ROUTE Louisville Jew Albany Chicago Ry Co J Bulbs Plants Trees Etc FOR FALL PLANTING Plants Shade Tree Fruit and Ornamental Trees Roots and Bulbs all sultu ble for Fall planting nt lowest prices Illustrated Catalogue of 120 pages free to applicants Cut Roses shipped to all points at auy season Satisfaction guar Â¬ anteed Address Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Ohicago Five minutes from the LEADING HOTELS Also con- Â¬ necting with Trunk Lines for for the harvest M Busam Weofleran elegant stock of Dutch Bulbs Shrubs St Paul Omaha His Salery Clipped Â¬ Denver San Francisco -- it m y Mr E L Banta the South Side mail carrier was making his Wednesday morning delivery when the horse he was driving took fright and ran asVay up settinj the wagon and throwing Mr Banti out He escaped with a few bruises but the wagon was considerably wrecked Ramblers E J 100 Crescents 40 to 70 all fitted with Rambler The best tires Roberts Agent Farmers Attention and get tyour supply of bread for the harvest season Will make you a special price M Busam 42 it Call Vl came to her hu bands farm opposite Ste Imxns Mill where she resided until her death Eighteen months after mnrrluge she was afflicted with nervous prostration and for twenty jears was au Invalid but during that trial she was never heard to complain About the year 1570 under the preachliu of Rsv Louis salen sbe united with tbeBaptist Church near herhome Before this she had ulwnvs been u strictly moral good kind woman but uftervuirds she became a de voted Christian known nnd loved by nil forncr Christian graces acts ot charity kmdnesss and compassion for poor afflicted surf ring humanity She seeaed Inspired by the spirit of the Divine Master and never failed to speak a good word In his name or tired In deeds of kindness She was endowed with a cheerful happy dispo Â¬ sition exirfmeiy social and pleasant with all young or old With young people hhe was an especial favorite Joining heartily with them In amusements ana pleasures amajs waning meir themac home In her house una contributing much to their zest and enjoyment bhe was reconciled and faced reath with per Â¬ fect reslgnatlomand complacency tilklng with her sorrowlnv children and trie ids who sur rounded her dying couch as if It wn a common every day occurrence faithful phjslclan To who was administering soothing remedies Mie remarked uctor you have already kept me alive two days dont you think you had better let me go My work Is done To her lamenting and sorrowing diuihter Seville who entreated Mother mother take me with you she calmly replied No 1 dont want you to go yet your work Is not done here Anu soon alter with a perfect reliance and abiding faith she closed her quiet peaceful sleep to awake In that ejes lu bright and b autlful kingdom above Her remains were gently laid to rest on the dear old homestead where she had lived for more than sixty years The funeral was preached by Kev Taylor ot the Frankfort Biptlst Chi rch assisted by nev Lilly of the Southern Presbyterian at Â¬ tended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and nelgiibois She leaves t even children Mrs Sallle Bern man Mrs Ann Moil wane Mrs Kate Church Miss Seville MesMs William Sam and Jack Church with a host of friends to mourn her loss The writer whose friendship and esteem extends ovar n period of more than forty yeirs Just re turnej after an absence of many years went to call on his old friend was shocked to find himself Just In time to my bis last sad respects to a much esteemed and very dear friend a u tiuuus AND THE- - NANZ fc NEUNER Louisville Ky receivers JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE NORTHWEST Call For C 0 TQ8 s W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Tickets By The ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ms Limilefl MEMPHIS FRANK G LOUISVILLE TQ J P REED A E H BACON D P A Louisville Chicago te IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS VI0KSBTJBG NEW ORLEANS -- AND KTansra A LLVLLiMMvnapTiLLLL 1 mAVtAUJKM MARKS W COPYKItiHTS a ALL POINTS South and Southwest Tickets and nil Information furnished by et Auem ot nny Railway Co ii not undress W J MoBRIDE T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville I OBTAIN A PATENT For ft prompt answer and an honest opinionf write to OIUNN dc CO who have bad nearly flhy years experience In tho patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning 1ateuta and bow to ob Â¬ tain tnem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientists books sent free Patents taken through Munn Co receive special notice In the Hclentlflc American and thus are brought wtdoly before the public wlth- yui vusii luiuo iiiTunior miiis spienaia CAW Building Kdltlon monthly a year Single copies Ua cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address munn co new York aai bhoadwat Tr ivellng Pass Agent Louisville Ky fO Ky HP OJx U jinnjuTJiruinjuuuurnTinmuuiJiriJin 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 A the cai nival of bargains gains in public favor as the hours roll by Lines of medium and low prioe i goods broken and almost depleted by liberal purchasing has been replenished by inarkinsr down higher graces and finer qualities to take their place The dismemberment and dissolution of our firm COMPELS us absolutely to continue to the bitter end This ruthless carnage of destruction of values this upheaval and upsetting of all preconceived Messrs John P and I F Starks as peviously announced retire from smd o finerallv accented business methods is a case of necessity and not of choice this business July 8th 1895 Every cash dollar that can be raised by ihe forced sale of this stock will be raised for the final settlement of affairs on that day DroLXJT All Otter Suits anfl A O JiIJlIiJx cfe k3 JL finttMip li Proportion AJdulSd ow Misses Oxfords j Misses 0 60 m m Mens Sack Suits Mens Frock Suitsi Shoes at T J A a 5 JL X1 JLJL JL W Handsome All wool Sack Suits q Elegant Black Clay Worsted exceedingly well made and trim G5o 45o Oxfords 7Co ones at Oxfords down to med Other stores sell them tor h buhs evory one a irue 9w sun p Oxfords l ones at 80o Oxfords Sl25 ones at SI 00 g Oxfords Sl50 ones at St 20 during this sale we say 1 30 9 During this sale we say 5 Oxfords 175 ones at 1 2000 pairs liner 1000 other 160 Ladies Shoes at erodes at ess than wholesale cost price g injuxruvuuinjrnjinnruinjirinjiJTnnnjiJinnixnnm I TTThC Q fMQ UllVljU 5 Misses Oxfords and Shoes 1 ones for 2 p Misses Oxfords and Shoes iZ5 ones tor Misses Oxfords and Shoes 5 H 3 3 75 a g P fcl25 values go now 2 50 90 85 2 00 t c o V v0 es Oxfords and Shoes 1 nn 5 w ones R now at JNone MANUAL TRAINING unargea or oem on Approval growMwaiiaiiwwijWHgiqai jrosmveiy ror uasni ims oaie is T2seBexm2ssg8smi ket tobacco mar Â¬ IiOUISVIliIE Â¬ - An Essential Element in Educa tion m of m FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE L B MARSHALL CO iWi S 3TT SCOTT CIRCUIT COURT The Creator commanded man to assume dominion over nature He must therefore be possessed of a power which characterizes his su- Â¬ periority His ability to rule over all things is founded on the in- Â¬ telligent exercise of his will power Next to Divine will the human will is the most important factor in the universe Upon its proper the whole development rests The will is moral structure manifested through choice and The power of choice action is supremely free and in this absolute freedom lies the possibility of a being capable of character It is important that the will be afforded an opportunity for proper action during the impressive periods of childhood and youth There is not a study in the whole curriculum which appeals so di- just closed amount to 4037 hlids with Sales on our market for the week Weslet Sebrees Executor Plaintiff vs Geo E Wilkersons Estate Defendants By virtue of a Judgment rendered In the above cause at the May term 1895 the undersigned will sell at public sale to the highest and bese bidder on Monday July 1 1895 being County Court day about ttie hour of 12 oclock in at the front court house door In the city ot Frankfort Ky on a credit of six months the following property or so much thereof as maybe necessary amount of the tt raise and151525 the to wlt Tho one debt cost herein interest eleventh George E undivided interest of defendant m remainder after the life estate Wllkerson of the widow Martha Wllkerson In a tract of land containing one hundred and elghiy four acres and Ixteeu poles lying on the Soutu Fork ot Klkhorn in Franklin county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at end of stone fence down Dry Run and the meanderlngs thereof north 21 south 7777 poles to a stake on the branch ot Dry Run thence north 4H west U poles north G2ij west 592 poles to a honey locust on the side of said run north 43Vj west 1 13 poles north 87 west 157 poles north 461A west 12 poles south 7 west 14 5 poles north 9te west 2 it poles north 55Vj west 2840 poles north 5iUi west 2142 poles to a stake corner to S W MacKlIn on the side of Dry Run thence with his stone fence south 89 vest 139 poles to a stake at figure U oiv plat of saldtract of land filed with sultof S F J Trabue assignee on petition In Franklin Circuit Court thence south 71 east with the fence to which D C Freeman now claims 70 poles south i9 east 9881 poles toi stake planted at the point shown by I C Freeman as his corner thence south 23Vj west 53 noles to Wahlngtou Hancocks corner north 87 east 1387H poles with said Hancocks line to 11 stone corner to k W Macklln thence north 17I west 27 poles north 114 west 23 poles 1101th 18Vi wet IVj poles south 81Vj west 42Va poles to the beginning Purchaser to give bond with approved surety having force and etfect of a Judgment and bear- Â¬ ing six per cent lntsrest from day of sale and retaining 1 Hen for purchase money 1 rectly and continually to the will of the pupil as manual training does It affords him opportunity for si U effort personal It enables him to realize the superiority of mind to matter and ihe rejoices in his ability to subju- Â¬ He controls his gate nature action and in so doing physical strengthens his mental action He He controls his physical action willfulness debases realizes that the will and he cheerfully con- Â¬ forms to the usages of the school and the necessities of the hand-Â¬ He work in which he engages discovers in himself the possibil- Â¬ ity of infinite development Hon Henry A Wise Superin- Â¬ tendent Public Schools Mdsad A knowledge of some form of industrial labor is as necessary as a knowledge of books and as the State and the city acknowledge their obligation to teach children to read and write they cannot deny their obligation to teach them to work as the latter is as essential for the public velfare Intelligent labor as the former Â¬ -- independent receipts for the same period of 2998 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 90192 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1894 on our market to this date amount to 95492 hhds Prices for the good to fine grades of burley leaf have baen higher this week than at any time during the year Two hhds sold on our market at 2600 per hundred each thiu being the highest price thus far realized and numerous hhds oold at prices ranging from 18 to 25 The very common grades of burley except such as have high color have been somewhat irregular and slightly easier in the past few days while the medium grades remain firm at the advance recently reported We do not attribute the general improvement in the market to the fact that the crop is later than usual in reach ing the field but rather to a general recognition that the crop grown last year is deficient in good to fine leaf and that the medium grades must be taken by the manufacturers for their standard brands The advance which has occured seems legitimate without any regard to crop prospects From information which reaches us from the various localitieswe would esti Â¬ mate that about 70 per cent of the intended burley crop has been plant- Â¬ ed The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damaged 2 75 1 50 tobacco 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 3 75 5 50 trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 5 50 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 15 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00fa 26 00 Select or wrappery Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET kat F0ESALE quick will take FORJ5 ALE if sow A oiue r i t e ESTEY ORG AiS S60 cost si5o TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME DWELLING with large grounds on Cross street South If V CEor property Sent STOKY FRAME RESIDENCE- - OF 0 street South Side Rooms with stable and large grounds on Murray stteetSouth Side Thlsfsvery desirable RR POP TTrr NT 7 FHME ol rooms on hesidence uioss 42 41 l Vi I hit a FOR SALE street douth side This Is desirable prop Â¬ erty and Is offered at abargaiu AND RESIDENCE ON TODD A NEW FRAME COTTAGE OF FOURROOMS on Fowler street South Sldej kim I June 8 St JWW-V-v-wn- JAMES K ASKEW M C S C C f 10 50 SEE THE BEDROOM SUITS PROPERTY AT THR BLACKSMITH Including a frame THEÂ¬ of Elkhorn resi dence of four rooms wit n neces ary bulloiugs TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF and ten acres of lnnd is oltavd at a bargain THE rooms ea h on Mala sreet South This Is the only shop now In operat on at that place and will commaud a good trade If run by an Frankfort lust erected by Dr Reynolds experienced workmuu FOE RENT Blacksmith Property FOR SXjS 1 FOR RENT Malt House property on ilero street AVERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE CF FIVE This on Shelby street South Frankfort property Is wed equipped for malting or would BARGAIts IS OFFERED IN THE mime a fine warehouse or manufacturing estab- Â¬ lishment M FOR SALE OF GOOD OF A large part A FARM city 80 ACRES Krankfort- LAND WJTH limits of ln the of this land is now under cultivation and the bal Â¬ There is more Catarrh in this section of the country tban all other diseases put together and until the last few years it was supposed to be For a great many yean incurable doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to core with local treatment prononnoed it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarh Cure manufactured Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It acts directly upon the the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O by F We offer at ten dol J lars and fifty cents J They are beauties f Solid Oak Large I Bevel Mirror nice t finish f 260 ACRE FARM FINE LAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is offered for salo This tarm is well adapted to stock raising or will raise fine tobacco as well as all other crops suited for this climate Will sell on easy payments ance Is good grazing laud In this tract there Is also a quantity ot line tobaccj land n JiCnn South Side WILL BUY YOU A FRAME tuge of 3 rooms on Second street COT-- xi iiuge its FARM FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres situated on the Georgetown turn- Â¬ pike 8 miles from Krankfort This Is very pro- Â¬ ductive land is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially ad ipted to stock raisins The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all vsur Â¬ roundings attractive FOR SALE dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to makes quick sale will be offered at a bargain FARM 210 Lo A FINEroadmilesOFfrom ACREa Is KINLLY good Frankfort on a cated 8 upon which there turnpike a brick resi Â¬ Â¬ J Son Opposite Courthouse WE 8Sold by druggist 75c 7 f ir jflrTwnisrrr mi iff Tftni r isw inr nf We sell the best cultivator in the market for 1750 See it before buying elsewhere Mastin Bros 38 tf promotes morality DENTIST Tlio BestCougli Cure Dr C M Woodward WashOFFICE 222 1 2ST CLAIR ST A neglected ington Union St Louis Mo Is Shilohs Cure Over Weltzels Confectionary Stop it at A word in regard to the cough is dangerous says once with Shilohs Cure For sale PRA1TKFORT moral effect of manual training by Office hours from 9 a m until 5 p m Co ohn W R Williams June 8 1 ni Its influence is wholesome in three Â¬ 10SO KT 4 L B MARSHALL THE CO VJ Dr P W EPES Â¬ Queen Crescetit rrf aifatMr ntnnttittiAflntinti r nntrntie Ton Tot1r Cars Lexington to Cincinnati Cafe Parlor and Observa tion Cars between Cincinnati Lexington and Vi m M MTar ways It stimulates a love for in- Â¬ tellectual honesty the good moral effort of occupation is most marked a third moral benefit is self respect and a respect for honest intelligent labor Concluded Japanese Liver Pellets are the best family medicine for billious ness indigestion and constipation Fifty doses 25 cts For sale by J W Gayle Sole Agent The Worlds Fair Tests Â¬ showed no baking powder so pure or so great in leav enlng power as the Royal Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away Thefuthful startling title of H ft MATTERU THE- - u book nbout tlio only harmless ouaiuntkku tobacco-habit cure that braces up nlcotinlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poisons mikes weak Voa inengiln strength vigor and muiiliuod ran 110 physical or Hi uncial risk 11s is sold by druggists everywhere- uncer a gunnm Book ftee tee to euro or money refunded Niw York or Address Sterling itemed Co c Fhotonaifiif 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K 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 tA fcBkfctjf and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles and 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 1 sgfetfcalPi BSWP Chattanooga Dtv 9 Cincinnati Chicago Paur Agt 9 Ohas W Zell 0 f O 0P 4 Binearaon Cincinnati KxjBntK0 - it n - i r n