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The Frankfort roundabout. [volume] (Frankfort, Ky.) 1882-1908, August 05, 1893, Image 2

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Grand Chance For a Home on Easy Terms-
KENTUCKY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION
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VfifiSAILLES
til the middle of September
Mr Humphrey Evans who has
been living in Indianapolis for several
years has been compelled by an af
fection of the throat to give up his
position as book keeper for Messrs
Blanton Co and is here on his
way to Ashville North Carolina
Mr W C Huff who put in the
telephone exchange in this city in
1881 was in the city yesterday shak
ing nandB with old friends Since
he was here he has been to Europe as
consulting electrician in the con
struction of telephone lines in Ger
many England Scotland Ireland
Wales France Spain Portugal
Switzerland and Italy in which busi
ness he was engaged for nearly three
years He has now settled down to
business at Chattanooga Tennessee
where he is manufacturing black
powder and dynamite and resides at
Dalton Georgia Time has dealt
gently with him and he looks as
young as on his former visit
Do Yon Know
iMiat a large percentage f deaths In
this country are caused by consump
tion and lung trouble A little cold
neglected in the beginning often ter
minates in consumption Every
time you cough you increase
the trouble and an inflammation is
soon started which is difficult to
control There is one remedy that
cures quickly every Wnd of cough
That is Dr Hales Household Cough
Jure It is the best Are you not
untitled to the best For sale at 25
and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug
ntoro 2
Wanted To hire a horse by the
month until November to travel from
fair to fair For particulars apply to
1 F M Caldwell
Blue Booth Gallery
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Or you nro all worn out really good for noth
Jn It is general debility Try
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It will euro you cleanBe your Ucr and givo
a good appetite
For Sale or Rent My dwelling
house on Ann street
tf J T Buckley
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TUSNPIKE
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FAYETTE HEWITT V L CLARK
Manager Secretary
Next door to State National Bank
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PERSONAL
Master Steele Heading is visiting
friends in Louisville
Mrs Egbert Stephens is visiting
parents in Aberdeen Ohio
Lieut 0 E Colahan U S N is
visiting friends in this city
Miss Pickett Johnson is visiting
Miss McDowell at Danville
Mr John Reading left Wednesday
for a visit to the Worlds Fair
Mr Morton Swango returned Sat
urday night from a trip to Chicago
Major A T Wood of Mt Sterling
was in the city Monday on business
Dr J M Buckley and wife of Louis
ville are visiting relatives in this
city
Mr Frank Heeney left Monday
afternoon for a visit to the Worlds
Fair
Mr W J Chinn is confined to the
house with an attack of malarial
fever
Miss Annie Bain of Lexington is
visiting Miss Georgia Payne on Con
way street
Miss Christine Reynolds has re
turned from a visit of several weeks
to Chicago
Messrs G 0 Furr and George L
Payne left Thursday for Michigan on
a fishing trip
Miss Sheffer Stephens is visiting
her brother Mr Adam K Stephens
in Glendale Ohio
Mrs Cordelia Kendall and daugh
ter Miss Cordie are visiting rela
tives in Louisville
Mrs R P Pepper and daughters
returned Monday from a months
sojourn in Chicago
Mrs Amelia Bohannan and chil
dren leave to day for a visit to her
parents in Cincinnati
Mr Henry Crittenden of Green
ville Mississippi is visiting his
mother on Third street
Miss Una Marshall has returned
from a visit to her sister Mrs
Ashurst in Georgetown
Messrs M J Meagher and Charles
J Weitzol left Tuesday for Chicago
to visit the Worlds Fair
-Miss Dasjo Brawner and brother
Mr Will Brawner returned Thursday
from a visit to Louisville
Miss Gertrudo B Ledrigo who has
been visiting Mrs Lucian Williams
in Cincinnati has returned home
Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges
who have been visiting relatives hero
for several weeks loft Monduy for
Stamping Ground to visit their grand 1
parents Dr E H Black and wife
Capt B C Milam was in Cincinnati
the first of the week
Mr John Cassell returned Sunday
afternoon from Chicago
Misses Mollie and Lilla Clugston
of Fayetto county are visiting Miss
A May Cromwell near Jetts Station
Miss Anna Conway of Owensboro
spent Sunday in this city with her
aunt Mrs Ann Morris on Second
street
Mrs W T Reading and children
Miss Margaret and Masters Willie and
D V are visiting relatives in Shelby
county
Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington
who has been visiting relatives in the
city for the past two weeks has re
turned home
Capt Asa Walker U S N and
wife are visiting Mrs Walkers par
ents Maj J Alex Grant and wife
on Broadway
Miss Anna May Stephens who has
been visiting her brother Mr R
Stephens at New Albany Ind has
returned home
Mrs M J Dudley Misses Maggie
and Mary Talbott Dudley and Mr
Will J Dudley left Monday to visit
the Worlds Fair
Mrs A Nugent and daughter Miss
Currie of Lexington and Miss Ma
mie Kiernanof this city left Monday
for Linnietta Springs
Mr Arthur Weitzel after spending
a few days with his parents Mr and
Mrs Lucas Weitzel returned to
Louisville on Tuesday
Mrs Louise F Woods and little
neice Nannie Woodson are visiting
her daughter Mrs Thos H Bradley
in Georgetown this week
Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown
who has been visiting her cousin
Mies Janie Dehoney in this city re
turned home Tuesday afternoon
Mr W Anderson Gaines was sum
moned to Warsaw Tuesday on ac
count of the illness of bis wife who
is visiting relatives in that place
Mr Samuel R Smith left Saturday
afternoon for Oinoinnati to join the
King Fisher Club on their annual fish-
ing trip to the lakes of Michigan
Mrs Thos D Herndon and chil
dren of Anderson county have been
visiting ner sister Mrs Richard
Orutcher on Shelby street this week
Mrs Helen McOlure and children
Misses Julia and Mattie and Master
Edward loft Monday afternoon to
visit Dr E II Black and wife in
Stamping Ground
Miss AnnaMcArdlo of Lexington
who spent several days in ouroity
last week returned homo on Satur
day last much pleased with her visit
to the Capital City
Mrs Wm Saffell Miss Todd SafTell
Messrs Chas W and Phythian Saf
fell F M Halloran and Harry ODon
nell returned Saturday from a visit
to the Worlds Fair
Dr Alvin Duvall Surgeon Lieu
tenant H T Gaines Quartermaster
of the second Regiment are attend
ing the encampment of the State
Guard at Bowling Green
RevJ McClusky Blayney D D
left Monday afternoon to join his
sons Lindseyand Mac at Trout Lake
Wisconsin where he will remain un
Real Estate Transfers
Transactions in real estate have
been dull this week only one deed
being lodged for record in the Coun
ty Clerks office viz Tab Smith and
others to Louisa Foster a lot fronting
37 feet on the Lewis Ferry pike and
running back 100 feet for 180
The Contract Awarded
The Board of Sinking Fund Com
missioners on Wednesday awarded
the contract for building four hun
dred new cells and a new chapel at
the Penitentiary to Mr S O Oryer
his bid of 55000 being considered
the best
Teller Resigned
Mr James G Dudley resigned his
position as teller of the Branch Bank
of Kentucky on Saturday and will go
to Chicago to reside His successor
has nob yet been chosen by the board
of directors of the bank
To Cleanse the System
Effectually yet gently when costive
or billious or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish to permanently cure
hahitual constipation to awaken the
kindneys and liver to a healthy activ
ity without irritating or weakening
them to dispel headaches colds or
fevers use Syrup of Figs
THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR
VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC
Avoid the heat and dust by traveling
on the Floating Palaces of tho Detroit
Cleveland Steam Navigation Company
Two new steel passenger steamers havo
just been built for this Upper Lake route
costing 300000 each and are guaranteed
to bo the grandest largest safest and
fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20
miles per hour running time between
Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than
50 hours Four trips per week between
Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos
key and Chicago Dally trips between
Detroit and Cleveland during July and
August double dally servfcowlll bo main
tained giving a daylight ride across Lako
Erie Dally servico between Cleveland
and Put-in-Bay First class stateroom
accommodations and menu and exceed
ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala
tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint
ments make traveling on these steamers
thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus
trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz
P A Dotroit Clevoland Steam Nav
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A Success
The Capital City Orchestra gave a
concert to a large and appreciative
audience at Alton Anderson county
Saturday evening July 29th and to
say it was a success would be ex
pressing it mildly Each member
did so well that it is difficult to dis
criminate or determine which de
served the most praise Among the
many features may be mentioned
the brilliant solo on that sweetest of
all instruments the flute by Mr W
H Van Winkle who was heartily en
cored Mr Henry Brady who grace
fully performed several popular solos
on the guitar was heartily applaud
ed and by special request repeated
many of them The brilliant execu
tion of several difficult solos by Mr
Louis Harris set the house wild with
delight as he never fails to do and he
was forced to respond to several en
cores Mr John Burkhardt in his
cornet solo the Capital City Orches
tra and the Mandolin and Guitar
Club assisted by Mr J Gorman
came in for a share of applause The
concert over tho people returned
home feeling satisfiedthat their time
and money were well spent and as
evidence of this faot tho Capital City
Orchestra have been requested and
will repeat the same within the next
few days
The patronage of this orchestra is
constantly increasing and it will not
bo long boforo they will have all they
can do
AH communications should bo ad
dressed to Mr Louis Harris Manager
or James R Banta Secretary
Births
Hubbard In this city on Thurs
day August 3d 1893 to Mr J O
Hubbard and wife a son
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