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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it The VOL XVI Frankfort A WEEKLY PAPER BOHNDABOUT TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO FBANKFOBT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY APEIL 29 1893 34 Highest of all in Leavening Power JUDGE OANTRILL His Course During thiB Term of Court a Warning to Offenders of The Law It cannot he denied that for many years past in this city influential law- breakers have had small cause toi stand in fear of a judgment of tho courts What many continuances and the raising of technical points could not overcome an Indifferent public sentiment and too often im panneled goats among the sheep on the jury were certain to accomplish either by hopeless disagreement or straight out verdicts of acquittal It is encouraging to the law abiding people to find that in Judge Cantrill the bonoh is honored by a jurist who has not only shown that he is able and impartial in the performance of his duties but he has also displayed an earnest purpose in instilling into of fenders a wholesome fear of the ven geance of the law The orders of the term of court just expired are a warning to evil doers that they can- Â¬ not hope hereafter to evade punish- Â¬ ment for their crimes and it is with a hearty commendation that the Roundabout congratulates the dis trict in having a judge who is as courageous as he is conscientious in discharging his high trust to the peo- Â¬ ple and the cause of good govern- Â¬ ment Â¬ m Royal H Baking Â¬ GUARANTEED V vJLJi liivVTyHfCv Lvqpmy until JANUARY 1895 This brand Guarantees this Hose ABSOLUTELY PURE THE RIVER IMPROVEMENTS name and was a difference without a distinction a difference betwixt and tweedledum and tweedledee What an Indiana Paper Has to Say was really pay for the same thing un der a different name and I did not on the Subject of Kentucky see the justico of depriving Bradley and Her Wealth of his services for tho ensuing year until the Honorable Court demonThe representatives of Kentucky in strated the difference Yours truly Congress in the past years have not Thos B Ford interested in the been as thoroughly matter of internal improvements as THE COLUMBIAN LIBERTY BELL the ciroumstances of the case would Â¬ In case the Hose bursts bring it with this BRAND on and get a new length The above is made into the Hose and means just what it says Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools II A X JO i1 t iMj I m IS ft K J VP - v 14P iM i i contributions of historic mementoes to be cast into a Columbian Liberty Bell to be placod at the Worlds Fair as an oxhibit of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution has been presented with the first great seal of the State and a piece of the fiat iron rail that wrb laid between this city and Lexington for the first railroad westpT the Allegheny mountains and second in the United States It is the intention to cast the bell to day the anniversary of the inauguration of Washington as President and after the close of the Worlds Fair it will be sent to any place in the country where a patriotic celebration may be in progress When not in use in other places its home will he in Washington City where it will be rung at sunrise and sunset and also tributaries penetrate the heart of on tbo anniversaries of the days un Kentuckys buried riches The channel out out by the Ken Â¬ which great events have ooourred to tucky river through the march of mark the worlds progress toward time is now presented to civilized liberty anan as one of the most perfect chan Â¬ nels Here nature has enisled and AN ELECTRIC LINE hewn the rough undrt ssed way to a field of immeasurable wealth and shall we not point with a prophetic The Street Car Company PilesÂ¬ Its Acceptance of tho Amend finger to the time in the near future when art shalllhave accomplished the ed Ordinance jest providing the way to facilitateÂ¬ transportation by immediate conof The city is now certain of getting struction of the necessary number re- Â¬ an electric street car line The CapiJocks and dams thereby securing ciprocal trade and establishment of tal Railway Company on Wednesday commerce commensurate with the filed its acceptance of the provisions magnitude of such an enterprise in of the amended ordinance recently which the citizens of the Ohio Valley passed by the city oouncil and at the have a common interest earliest possible date the road will be bonded and the work of construction Put Money in Thy Purse begun An electrio line is an enterprise How Save doctors bills Always keep on hand a bottle of that finest that will mark an epoch in the ad Â¬ of remedies Dr Halos Household Cough Cure to alley the first irrita Â¬ vancement of the citys growth and tion caused by a cold Dont think prosperity and tho company that you can fix up something just as good has assumed the risk of the venture when for 25o or 50c you can nave for the public welfare is to the result of years of practice and the encouragement of the entitled citizens experience expended in making this Speed the completion of the line 4 sale by P H Oarpentke and tho now St Clair street bridge and then begin the work of construct- Â¬ Explanation ing vitrified brick streets and in a few years a transformation of the JEditor Roundabout In your last Issue an article refer city will have taken place that will Ting to tho suit of Viotor Bradley cause tho oldest inhabitants to look Esq of Scott county against Hon on in gaping astonishment Ed Porter Thompson Superintend-Â¬ ent of Public Instruction for the Dofaoss Cant Co Cured services of Mr Bradley as Sohool Commissioner of Scott county for By local applications as they cannot reporting the schools of said county reach the dfsoased portion of the ear to the Superintendent of Public In Â¬ There is only one way to oure deaf struction in the month of June 1884 ness and that is by constitutional you state The aotion of tho court remedies DeafnesB is caused by an shows that the Judges are no more inflamed condition of the mucous convinced of tho justice of Mr Brad Â¬ lining of the Eustaohinn Tube When leys olaim in poetry than they were the tube gets inflamed you have a when they considered it in prose rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing As tho case has gotten into the news Â¬ and when it is entirely closed deaf papers I deem it justice to myself to ness is tho result and unless the in Â¬ state that the reason I wrote tho pe- flammation can be taken out and this tition for a rehearing in rhyme was tube rostored to its normal condition to get tho court to read it and study hearing will be destroyed forever tho case and I would respeotfully nine cases out of ten are oausod by state that tho court never deoidea oatarrh which is npthlng but an in- Â¬ that Mr Bradley had over been paid flamed condition of the muoouB sur t for tho services for which he sued face but wont off on tho idoa that as ho Wo will give One Hundred Dollars had boon paid for tho servicos of tho for any case of deafness caused by provlous year under tho name of catarrh that we cannot oure by visiting instead of reporting taking Halls Oatarrh Oure Send for thoroforo ho ought not to roooivo pay olroulars freo for tho olaim upon which he sued Although it aotually had never been Tho oheapest line of ladies miss paid Ab tho pay foV viBltingV was es childrens mons and boys shoos really pay fortroporting I consider to pofoind in the oity nt I Davis ed that it was only a difieronoo in iHJ tf Â¬ -- justify Though Kentuoky has been next to the largest revenue pay- Â¬ they ing State in the country have been voting indifferently for Kentucky rupon appropriations iriver improvements which even West Virginia by the earnest work of her representatives could largely exceed The people of other States look on in amazement at the time the Kentucky representatives devote to national affairs as compared to the small attention paid by them to the States development a State which the Madison Indiana Courier of last Is the rioheat State week says naturally in the Union That paper in a long editorial urg ing Cite speeay completion 01 iuo jiver improvement in the State has this to say of the subject Kentucky has the best cannol coal in the world and miles of it Her coking coal is really better than the famous coking coal of the Connela ville region of Pennsylvania She las iron ore fire and potting clays lithographing stones marble and The Ken Â¬ limestone in abundance Licking Rivers with their tucky and Mrs Lindsays Historic Contributions to be Cast Into the Bell M MAIN Â¬ Hardware Merchant PGRAY m o Tin J JLlJJfIJLlJJEj Mrs Wm Lindsay of this city Vice President for Kentucky to secure BRDWERS Mfl h I7T1T1 4 4 BROADWAY Lexington Ky Persona who are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost invariably tell by their feelings when to expeot an attack If Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon as the symptoms ap Â¬ pear they can ward off the disease Suoh persons should always keep the Remedy at hand ready for immedi- Â¬ ate use when needed Two or three doses of it at the right time will save them much suffering For sale by J 1 m W Qayle Druggist mm m Attention W examine our- Magnificent Display of House Furnishings Carpets Mattings Linoleums Rugs I YOU are cordially invited to call and Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ Chamber Suits Folding Beds Hal Racks Side Boards Book Cases Extension Tables parsa HoupWm Wilson Rebecker Muslins Chairs Rockers Dude Miss Mayer Hunt Marshall Libbie West Wall Papers And Wood Mantels Powell Hallie B When calling for these letters say advertised J M Saffell P M No trouble to make your selention as our Stock in each de Â¬ Church Supper The ladies of tho Methodist Church will give an old fashion supper the tised letters for April 29 1893 Bragdon Louis Bell William Berry W J Cragg Annie Dean Martin uiayton nose Canklin Thomas Edwards Ohas Huggins E 3 the week ending Taylor Ary Shumate 0 M Tailor Howard Sullivan J T Smith Mary L Seeds Robt L Sampson Terah H Tackett Wm Walts David nara Lace Curtains Portiers China Silks cann partment is the largest southof the Ohio river Prices Guaranteed the Lowest Our early part of May BROWER SCOTT ntJsriaqciairrT BisTisquxLiTr FRAZEE jSfsHILOHsl Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Soro Throat Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Che Shilohs Porous piaster will give grest satUfactlon 35 cents Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies WORMS WHITES CREAM ALESM EN WANTED J NURSERYMEN April 15 Jt SHILOHS VITALIZES Mrs T 8 Hawkins Chottanoogn Term says Salarv nr Cnmmlctlnn Paid WaaIiIu Shilohs VttallzcrHAVED MY LIFE I conslderitthebestremedvforadeblttated8mtem For I ever used oxccla Dyspepsia Livor or Kidney Prico75cta trouble It VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED frIvrdbyniCIIiRDS0STiTLOUIXD steady work reliable stock outfit free no ox- icticiio iiecucu to this paper iciuia mm lesii- nmoiui inotilals Refer B NELLISCO ROCHESTER N Y tJoTAtrnratfirt h PnrthtaTfnmiMlv Ifcwlll relievo and Cure you Prlco CO cts This In Â¬ jector lor its successful treatment Is furnished freo Shilohs Remedies are sold by us on a guarantee to give satisfaction s Jan HJLOHSlCATARRH REMEDY FOR 20 YEARS SADDLE STALLION SOIiD EVERYWHERE CO BTIOUM FASHION NO 156 National Sad Jlo Horse Register For sale by W 23 ly IULL8 McKee Hardie OLD STANn MM Sired by the Great Roscoe Â¬ H G MATTERS THE- - n oilier 334 MAIN STREET WILL BE A MEETING OF STOCK latdam byBeauty NoCOJNSHR holdors of Frankfort and Flat Creek Turn Â¬ by Magic pike Hond Co at the Court house at 11 oclock 2d dam by American Clay Wednesday May lQh 1893 for tho election Df Sd dum olllcers and the transaction of other business Notk Foaled In 1838 dark bay with black that may come before the meeting L A HARROD points lGij hands high Fine mane and tall with Pres BEN MARSHALL lots of style unit 11 horse of wonderful bone sub Btnnco and endurance Secy and Treas Ills breeding traces to such preat saddle horses as Roscoe Blue Jeans 3 Rob Roy 02 Denmark F 3 and Copperbot W J CHINN JR Of-- Will make the season at Belle Grove Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at torn V S TERMS 615 FOR A LIVING COLT Will practice in all State Courts Ike second floor Custom House A cash premium of 25 will bo ulven for the best colt by him foal of 94 See stud card for full pedigree Ac FiLshlon will be shown In Frankrort April Court Day Mar 4 3m SOUTH TRIMBLE Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT m v u KY W Ifmr T- - r 9 4 T J2lS VSTES EXPECT TO Change Our Location for usin ess - Some time this year we cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and et our prices as we wi sh to WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store G eneral Xjigrlrt and IE3eaT7 3r aid rare Wall Paper ZEHIaraaess Saddlex3 Paints Cile G lass Bxusbes Varnisli Sash ZDooxs DBlinds Wagons Siarr5 es Zron ZESooiiTa gCement Plaster Sewer Pipe Pl vae IFIpe T ire JEZools Salt Iron Lime Tools G arden Harness Xeatlier Lace ULeatner Pirns Spokes ZESope Pisling Hiose and 0 utler3r IMZo srers T77neels Tackle and Binder T wine La wn c3--uarante- ed Aprents for IftTaJLter Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr Jack Gorman was in Louisville Sunday Mr Joe Weitzel went to St Louis Tuesday Mr Thos Averill was in Louisville this week Mrs L Jouett went to Huntington W Va Tuesday Miss Mary Browder is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in LouiBville Hon Albert S Willis of Louisville was here Monday Hon Wm P Thorn of Eminence was here Wednesday Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney was in Cincinnati this week Miss Willie Stone of Georgetown is visiting relatives here Mr Albert Martin returned home to Louisville Wednesday Mrs S B Holmes was in Louisville Friday visiting her mother Hon W L Crabb of Eminence was in the city Wednesday Mr Harry Bush of Louisville vis Â¬ ited friends here this week Mr Todd Crutcher was in Louis- Â¬ ville Sunday visiting friends Miss Howard of Louisville is the guest of Miss Maria Lindsey Mrs J W Mark6bury is visiting relatives 111 ouymuur xnuiuuu Mr A J Mcllwaine jr of Atlanta Ga was in the city on Monday Mrs Lily Gray of Shelbyville vis- Â¬ ited friends here during the week Miss Dora Smith of Versailles visited Mi68 Lena Stone this week Mr James Conway of Louisville was here this week visiting friends Mrs J F Lewis of Louisville spent this week with relatives in this city Miss Mary Wise of Paris Ky spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Harry Case Miss Lizzie Powell returned this week from a visit to relatives at Lou Â¬ JL KTood IY1 crssrers and Binde rQ Opposite the Farmers Bank C E A COLLGNS isville Mrs E Polk Johnson left Monday for Covington to visit Ttfrs Sam GaineB Judge W P D BuBh of Louisville here this week attending the Circuit Court Was Â¬ fort boy was one of the delegation Mr Thomas Long and family of which came up from LouiBville Wed- Â¬ Alabama are visiting Mr and MrsR nesday to urge the Legislature to pass the charter oi that city over the W Hulett Under date kind almost instantly of May 30 1892 R H Simpson Le Rtfy N Y writes I used Hales Ointment for rheumatism throo years ao and have not been troubled Fire Chief Ed Hughes of Louis- Â¬ Governors veto It is the finest ointment in ville was in the city Tuesday and Mr and Mrs George L Willis went since and the world for general use Wednesday to Louisville Thursday and thence 50c per box For sale by P 25c Car H Messrs Thos H Stark and Will they go to Chicago where Mr Willis penter 4 Superinten Brewer of Louisville were in the will assume his duties as buildings at dent of the Kentuoky city Wednesday Boarders Wanted the Worlds Fair Miss Ada Gaines after a visit to Hon Henry and friends here returned home to Cov- Â¬ Oity Attorney S Tyler Mayor Col A gentleman and wife or two single Henry S Baker ington Saturday Andrew Juwan Whart Master gentlemen can obtain board in a Mr J W Marksbury returned Charles Kremer and numerous other private family by applying at this Wednesday from a visit to relatives citizens of Louisville were here this office in Seymour Indiana week in attendance on the Legisla Daisy Hughes ture Misses Josie and were in Lexington visiting friends Mr Alex Schneider and wife who Dr Hales Household Ointment the first of the week will soon open up the Murray bath Representative Nichols of Cald- house in this city returned this week lo the finest remedy in the world well county hao recovered from an from a trip to Louisville where they ft absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures went to examine into the latest im Neuralgia and Rheumatism attack of the measles pr6vernents and conveniences in first Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Mr George A Kendrick and his class bathing establishments in the moat soothing manner Cures bride returned Monday from a visit Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Miss Clara Fowler after an extend Â¬ Cures Coughs and Colds to relatives in Louisville Can be ed visit to Mrs Caswell Bennett re Miss Belle Clay has returned to her turned home to Big Stone Gap yes- Â¬ taken internally A positive specific home in Lexington after a visit to terday She was accompanied as far for Pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Soros of long standing Miss Christine Reynolds as LouiBville by Mrs Bennett and Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Mies Maggie Clay of Paris was in both attended the performance of different from all else superior to all the city this week the guest of her All Baba at the Auditorium last night else it has eoequnl 25 and 50c boxes cousin Miss Lutie Ware Rev H G Henderson returnod Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 Messrs Henry Vest and W F Thursday from a ten days meeting ters drug store Hampton went to Estill county Wed at Taylorsvillo Ky The meeting nesday on a business trip resulted in 13 additions to the Meth Â¬ Buokleris Arnica Salve was a Miss Simrall who has been the odistinChurch Mr Henderson The best salve in the world for Taylorsville and it was an Outs Sores Ulcors Salt guest of Mrs S D Johnson returned boy unusual pleasure to again moot the Rheum Braises Sorea Tatter Chapped to Lexington last Tuesday Fever friends of his youth Hands Chilblains Owns and all Mrs Logan McKee of Cincinnati Mr James Polsgrovo will return Skin Eruptions aad positively enros is in the oity visiting her parents guar Â¬ reqwked from Louisville to day with his di- Â¬ Piles or no paysatiafection It fsmoney Mr and Mrs Wm Fronch or anteed to rive ploma from the Law University of Price 38 oenta per box Miss Nellie Orbison returned Mon- Â¬ that city announcing him a well refunded if or sate ty tmil j arpehtku day from Colorado where sbo has equipped lavvyor Ho is an intelligent B iy boon for the past six weeks and worthy young man who will be Â¬ Â¬ this week Mrs M A Collins and children vis- Â¬ ited relatives in Paris and Lexington Mr E 0 Drane is in New York City visiting his brother Mr Paul Drane of the New York Sun Mrs Loru Cannon of Louisville visited Mrs U Keenon this week and returned home Wednesday Messrs P H Newman and ThosG Newman went to St Louis Wednes Â¬ day to open books on the races Mr Claude S Berryman will go to Nashville Monday to accept a position with the Standard Oil Company Mr W R Griffith of Owensboro ex Secretary of the Railroad Com- Â¬ mission was in the city this week Mr Frank G Stagg who has been spending the last year or so in Cali- Â¬ fornia and Florida is at home again Miss Hallie Gay after a visit to Miss Carrie Blakemore returned home to Woodford county Wednes- Â¬ day Mr Joe B Reed jr of Louisville arrived Thursday to look after the comfort of his father at the Kenyon Hotel Miss Annie Crutchcr returned home Wednesday evening from a visit to the Misses Mi ward of Lex- Â¬ ington Mr J B Spanninger of the Louis- Â¬ ville office of the Allen Bradley Co is here to assist in the adjustment of the lire losses Hon AttillaCox of Louisville was among the many prorainont citizens nere this wees on tne matter 01 tno Louisville charter Mrs W H Grider after a visit to her parents here returned home Saturday to Russellville accompanied by Miss Laura Theobald Capt Sid Douthitt who was here Wednesday states that a new boat will be entered in tke Kentucky river trade within a few weeks Dr Prentiss Meade of Carroll county an ex member of the Legis Â¬ lature and now candidate for the State Senate was in the city Sunday Miss Ruth Mastin who has been Visiting her brother Mr W H Mastin on the South Side returned home to Woodford county Tuesday wife and Gen D W Lindsey daughter Miss Katie were in Louis ville this week attending the funeral of Mrs Lindseys brother Mr H D FItcli I Â¬ successful wherever ho may deter- Â¬ mine to locate and enter upon the practice of his profession Mr and Mrs A Amoretti en route to Lander Wyoming from Lakeland Fla where they spend their winters are the guests of Mr Henry 0 Mui ray a cousin of Mrs Amorettis Mr Amorettis father was a colonel under Napoleon Bonaparte and served with distinction throughout his campaigns from Marengo to Waterloo The son after arriving at manhoods estate came to this country and settled in the West and eventually amassed a fortune on which he is now enjoying the comforts and luxuries of life mI -- u BISPLBT Society Events Invitations were issued Monday for a reception next Tuesday by Mr and Mrs 0 R Crutcher at their home on Clinton street The hours are from eight until eleven oclock Mrs Theodore Wylie entertained her friends at cards Wednesday OF HANDSOME night Miss Kate Green entertained Thurs day night in honor of Miss Clara Fowler of Big Stone Gap Miss Bettie Keenon entertained a number of her friends Wednesday night at her home on Washington street in honor of Miss Rose Hale of Mayfield Mr and Mrs Sara D Johnson en- Â¬ tertained at progressive euchre Mon- Â¬ day night in honor of their guest Miss Miss Simrall of Lexington Mr Thomas Fanny Crittenden and Averill won the prizes Miss Josie Salender entertained her friends Wednesday night at her home on the South Side in honor of Miss Latimer Ready of Louisville Â¬ PATTEEUS i J LOW PRICES R ROGERS for removing Stamps and Uocii Safe easily handled and cheap SON LOU 8VILLE KY VITIUHB RIFPITH St S BIVIPLB For liuarrj raoa and WeU dlggera For full information and price address Mar 18 ly ma Mrs George B Salender entertain- Â¬ ed last evening a few of her most in- Â¬ friendB in a delightful manner of Farmiugton Maine writes thao timate in honor of her visiting sister Miss she suffered five years with varicose veins and two running sores on her Latimer Ready of Louisville and leg and was completely cured by its those that were present did not hesi- Â¬ D S Fillery Salisbury Vt use We cannot live without it tate in pronouncing it one of the writes it relieves my sistor of asthma at most pleasant events it was ever once it cures a burn or a hurt of any their good fortune to attend The Al Along the Lino Entertained l hoar prilse of Dr Hales IIouro Mrs I S Jacobs hold Ointment latest games of tho day were indulged in after which a very toothsome luncheon was served of which Tho old all partook heartily town clock having told them the hour for departure had arrived the crowd departed hoping soon to have the pleasure of attending a similar party m 19 May 13th good returning on regu Â¬ lar trains until May 15th 1883 Are You Going to tho ExP completed and will be formally dedi- Â¬ cated May 13th the oration being de- Â¬ livered by Hon M E IngallB The event will be celebrated by a great street parade which Cincinnati excels in besides the Police Depart Â¬ ment and the Civil Societies of Cin- Â¬ cinnati and the United States troops at Fort Thomas will join in the pro- Â¬ cession The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell excursion tickets at half fare from Huntington and intermediate stations good going on trains 17 and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ If you are contemplating a trip toy Chicago during tho great Columbian Exposition and want a real first class place to stop where everything is done up in regular old Kentucky m i stylo write to Mrs S F Richardson To Brace Up 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to system after La Grippe pneu- save you quarters in her house Mrs the monia fevers and other prostrating Richardson is a former Frankfort acute diseases to build up needed i lady widow of the late Owen TRioh flesh and strength and torestore health and vigor when you feel run- Â¬ ardson and one of the nicest of down and used up the best thing in house keepers Her terms are reason Â¬ tho world is Doctor Pierces Golden able and she should be liberally Medical Discovery It promotes all old the bodily functions rouses ever or Eatronized by people from her tf 32 gan into healthful action purifies and To the General Assembly enriches tho blood and through it cleanses repairs and invigorates the entire system On accouut of tho General Assem For the most stubborn sorofnlous bly Presbyterian Ohuroh at Wash Â¬ skin and scalp diseases dyspepsia ington May 18th to June 2d the biliousness and kindred ailments tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell Discovery is the only remedy thats tickets to clergymen at the regular guaranteed Ifitdoenst benefit or clergyman rate and to Lay delegates cure you have your money back and visitors at the rate of one and one third fare for tho round trip on the certificate plan Can you think of anything more The F F convincing than the promise that is only dining V vestibule limited is the car proprietors of Dr Sages from tho West train to Washington made by the It is this If we Catarrh Remedy cant ouro your Catarrh well pay you Double daily vestibule services 500 in cash Plants Â¬ I Â¬ I t V U t nj V S it r I I have a fine lot of cabbage and tomato plants for sale Orders can The Now Oity Hall whioh has be Â¬ be left with Ellwanger Bros White- come the prido of Oinoinnatians ri Â¬ head Shaw or James Heoney L B Marshall valing the Art Museum Zoological 82 tfn Garden and even the Musio Hall is I Great Event in Oinoinnati WnMMHtl nana lii Uj Mt fflHsl 3 i i U Dont Ruin Your Eyes Sterling Silverware Electro Plated Ware Bliouuipraduiito and havo Ills illpioina of nuulll ciitlun By iiUofflng incompetent self styled scientific opticians ii nil peddlers lit thorn Jlio optician 3S8fe lW s w TH r jWJ T -- ttj I EypsexninlnMl with the Oculists Tost Case and tho modern Improved sclontlllc instruments lr Soup Ladles Berry Spoons Preserve Spoons Cream Ladles Gravy Ladles Olive Spoons Forks Cold Meat Forks Tea Sets Water Sets Baking Dishes Berry Bowls Salad Bowls Cake Fruit Stands Ice Tubs Wood Oases Pickle Dishes -- Horse Raddish Spoons Bon Bon Spoons frames Accurately Fitted to the Face fc f Should your head ucho eyes hum or water sight blur and your glasses dont suit come and Goln SitWuctlon guaranteed consult mo glasses a specialty E O ZEHAG EN i Graduate Optician at it A Selborts St Clair street Frankfort Ky Monday Tuesday and Wednesday May 1 2 and 3 Butter Knives Sugar Spoons Pickle Forks Strawberry Forks Souvenir Spoons etc jSBr 1000 to 2000 SILVER WATC1IE3 12 60 to GOLD FILLED WATCHES Wurranted tor 20 years SOLID OOuD WATOUES AT 350L from 2500 to 12500 The lowest Prices JCWwMm Ryr CIRCUIT COUBT Â¬ mm m tTPifSiaMlfffc m Judge Cantrill Jails John T John son and Charles P Owens for Contempt The Jury in tho 20000 Powell Damage Case Find for the L N Railroad PROCEEDINGS OP THE WEEK Isaac Petry colored for forging the name of Reuben Brown to a five dollar check was awarded three years in tho penitentiary Will Thompson colored for steal Â¬ ing some fine hatidkorchiefs and jew elry from the residence of Col Ohas E Hoge was given one year in the Â¬ 20000 case of c vs L N RailAlfred Powell for damages sustained by the road wife of the plaintiff in falling from the cars at the depot in this city last January returned a verdict Saturday Top Drawer for the defendant The case of Ohas P Owens for LOCAL shooting at John T Johnson a year Weapons John T Concealed 1 tr Ago with intent to kill and wounding Johnson was on Monday fined 25 and Johnson Judge W L Jett and Anthony Leitch was in progress Sat Â¬ sentenced to ten days in jail by V urday when Owens refused to answer County Judge Williams for carrying weapon to which a sx question put to him by the Com- Â¬ a concealed juror in the Ohas P Owens case in The court monwealths Attorney Â¬ Admonished Owens as to the necessi Â¬ the Circuit Court called the attention of the court ty to answer and when he ugain Stealing Lumber Page Allen declined the Judge fined him 10 and colored fqr stealing lumber from W ordered him sent to ail rWfv Son was on Monday Monday afternoon the jury brought J Hughes found guilty and ordered to the work Â¬ In a verdict of not guilty The Judge also interrogated Jonn house for thirty days son as to why he had come into Safe Fell on Him Monday after- Â¬ the court room with a concealed noon as Mr Ooley Whitehead was weapon on his person and failing to moving a safe in a wagon the front give a satisfactory answer he too was of the wagon gave way and the safo ordered to jail fell on him and badly injured him The case against Wm Minor for about the head and faoo murder was set for the second day of First Presbyterian Church the September term The young ladies of the First Presby Â¬ lr Senator J S Wortham Messrs W terian Church will give as the next H Marriott D O Hay and David R of the series of entertainments for Murray were admitted to practice as the benefit of the organ fund a re- Â¬ ft attorneys in the court ception Monday evening May 1 from A 0 Long vs Wm Davis c 6 to 0 oclock at the residence of Mr judgment by default for plaintiff James M Todd on Wapping street against Wm Davis and Louis Green The admission fee will bo 25 cents Manager of the Telegraph for possession of property Worlds Fair Commissioner Hon Office Miss Fanny Taylor who Anderson Smith vs Henry Quinoy Harvey Myers member of the Legis after her fathers death was appoint ed Manager of tho telegraph office in judgnienb for plaintiff If The best part of the week was lature from Covington has been ap- cms city tenaerea ner resignation to take effect this taken up with the trial of tho case of pointed by President Cleveland this uponweek appointment im mediately the of her sucthe Commonwealth vs O M Fraize week as the Worlds Fair Commis cessor She will remove to Cincin- Â¬ Mr Charles and the sureties on his bond Fraize sioner for Kentuoky vice Hon Jas nati with her mother A Newton of this city was on Thurs is the Circuit Olerk of Hardin county A MoKenzie Minister to Peru swbj day appointed to the position and as and at periods during his absence OoRRESPONDENTMr J W Marks he has a splendid record with the com- Â¬ Â¬ Charles Moore conducted the office bury of this city a worthy gentle pany both for efficiency and the and certified numerous false witness man and talented young newspaper natural disposition that wins friends patronB his selection was claims to the State Auditor amount- Â¬ writer has accepted tho appointment and pleasesone a splendid of local and legislative correspondent satisfactory to and will prove highly ing to about 5500 Moore was sent every one who has itfo to the penitentiary and suit insti Â¬ for the Louisville Courier Journal and busines with tho office in the future tuted as related against Fraize and Times a position made vacant by the Improvement The spirit of im Â¬ his sureties for the recovery of the departure of Mr Geo L Willis for provement and progress whioh is money thus fraudulently obtained Chicago In Mr Marksbury these pa now making itself felt in the city kin both publio and individual from the State The jury rendered a pers will hereafter have a faithful will soon mariifest itself inproperty a now and reliable correspondent verdiot Thursday afternoon for a lit story added to Dr W H Avorills Governor on Tues present two story brick drug store tle more than 4800 Pardoned day pardoned John T Johnson of Mr Spencer Oryer has received tho The court also had up for consid- Â¬ contract for tho work which eration the rooent action of tho city the jail portion of the judgment of completed will give Dr Averill when one council in granting tho L N and the court againBt him for carrying of the handsomest business houses in tho oity K M railroads the right of way along ooncoaled a deadly weapon A Compliment Alluding to tho Governors alley to Miles Sons relay bicycle ride from Springfield Excursion to Cinoinnati via Quoon Tho Court of Appeals elevator and Crosoont Routo having passed upon this right and Illinois to this oity next month by Tho dedication of tho new city hall the Franklin Oirouit Court having whioh it is proposed to deliver a and a general demonstration in honor entered an order for a perpetual in- message from the Governor of Illi- of that event will take placo at Cin- Â¬ junction against suoh grant Judgo nois to tho Governor of Kontuoky cinnati May 13 1893 Tickets will bo sold from Cantrill whon Attorney General within thirty hours tho Sunday at one faroall stations in Kentucky for tho round trip good Hondriok filed a notice of the coun- Â¬ Truth of Louisville says The men going on trainB arriving at Cincin- Â¬ cils proceeding held that tho coun- Â¬ of Frankfort are vigorously protest Â¬ nati tho morning of May 13th aud cil had shown a comtempt for tho ing against being loft out on the relay good to return on trains of May 13th court and that it would bo given rldo They want tho Frankfort end and 14th D Q Edwards another day in which to rooind its buc Meglomory has already appoint- GPvA Â¬ H penitentiary The jury in the action and purge itself of the con- Â¬ tempt City Attorney Herndon answered for the council that tho adoption of tho new Constitution and corporation laws changed the condition of the points of law raised under the first grant and he thought that the city could now pass such an ordinance Judge Cantrill however differed with the City Attorney and tho matter was appealed at the citys expense and will have to find its final settle Â¬ ment again in the Court of Appeals The Mason Foard Company cases were by agreement transferred to equity and will now be settled by the commissioner who will take the actual condition of the accounts be- Â¬ tween the State and the lessees of the penitentiary New Enterprise Tobacco Ware- Â¬ house vs B F Heaton judgment The court for plaintiff for 1254 term yesterday adjourned for the afternoon ed Jeffries and Rubey as the mes- sengers to take that relay It seems just however that the Frankfort wheelmen should at least share tho honor with Louisville of handing the message to His Excellency Governor Brown and if they have a man there speedy enough to pace with Jeffries he ought to be appointed and one of the Louisville men could perform an act of courtesy by retiring in his favor 9 5 Articles of Furniture in One uro wIcar Butter Dishes At lowest prices v all concerned be a good man on the relay corps and could support the reputation of John Selbert of Frankfort would Jane McCrane on Monday while crossing to Bellepoint in a boat fell into the river and was rescued by friends who witnessed the accident Forfeited Its Rights The Citi Â¬ zens Co operative Electric Light Company by reason of its failure to erect its poles and wires and put in a plant by the 26th of April as provid Â¬ ed in the ordinance granting the privileges forfeited its rights last Wednesday Mr Sam Shea tho orig inatorof the enterprise however is hopeful that before another year the company will again be incorporated and successful in securing the pas Â¬ sage of another ordinance granting similar rights by the new board of councilmen to bo eleoted next No- Â¬ vember R A VanDerveer The Allen Bradley Company of this city has engaged tho services of Richard A VanDerveer He is at present assist Â¬ ing In tho adjustment of the losses by the recent fire at Louisville but later he will probably enter the office as one of the regular clerks of the establishment Mr VanDerveer is a bright young man and a competent clerk who has a large circle of friends to rejoice over his good for Â¬ tune Bitten by a Dog Tuesday young Price Taylor was bitten by a dog be longing to Mr L F Comptonr but aside from the flesh wound it is not thought that any bad results will at- Â¬ tend the injury Â¬ Fell Into the River Mrs Addie This is COMFORT in sickness in health a luxury The small price of this will astonish you For description etc inquire of me I have used one of these chairs 8 years and except cushions it is perfectly good MRS WALTER FRANKLIN Agent 888 Steele Street FKAHKF0RT KENTUCKY To YOU who want pure water When tho FIRST SOLDIERS of the late war were camped in South Frankfort they emptied our cistern and we were obliged to use RIVER WATER which was then EXTREMELY BAD the river being very low A friend sent us a Keckie Water Filter which PERFECTLY PURIFIED THAT RIVER WATER and from that day to this we have CONSTANTLY i S II I r xvuuaiu v jitur T7iii UWJJU IMaI rater j nuvmg oiuy required three in aoout du years The size I use will supply PURE Wi VTER Juit UUUrUJNlT UK1JNK1NG and WASHING THE REST PRECAUTION TO ESCAPE CHOLERA TYPHOID FEVER DYSENTERY AND DISEASES CAUSFD RY TMPTTRTC WATER IS TO PROVIDE FOR PURE WATER IN YOUR FAMILY THE SMALL PRICE of this Filter will astonish you For price and other information inquire of me MRS WALTER FRANKLIN Agent I I 1 ll 1 322 Steele Street FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Heal Estate Transfers Viotoria Norwood to Qus Thomas for 1025 a house and lot on Logan street South Side D O Thompson and wife to D S and Samuel Thompson for 850 a tract of land on Sulphur Lick Creek Mrs Kate Mauer to R B Jillson jr for 2100 a house and lot on Third street South Side My wife was confined to her bed for over two months with a very severe attack of rheumatism We could get nothing that would afford her any relief and as a last resort gave Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial To our groat surprise she began to improve after the first application and by using it regularly she was soon able to get up and attend to her house work E H Johnson of O J Knutson Co Kensington Minn 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Druggist lm Deaths Gibson Mr Wm Gibson of Stead mantown an aged and esteemed citi zen of the county died Sunday at his home of pneumonia His remains were interred in the cemetery of this oity Fitch The death of Mr Henry D Fitch of Louisville occurred at his home on Fourth Avenue at an early hour on Tuesday morning of typhoid pneumonia Mr Fitch mar Â¬ ried Miss Belle Lindsoy of this oity and ho was a brother of Gen D W Lindseys wife He was one of the most enterprising business men of Louisville and his death in tho prime of his life and usefulness was dis Â¬ tressingly unfortunate His wife and several children survive him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f V- - Â¬ Â¬ Shortsightedness To waste your money on vile dirty watery mixtures compounded by in oxporionoed persons whon you have the opportunity of testing Ottos Cure free of oharge Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman Williams W3U FOn A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE will furnish you a froo sample bottle Annorceablo Liixntivo and NEIIVE TONIC of this groat guaranteed romedy Sold by Druggists or sent by rnnil 25oC0o Hold a bottle of Ottos Cure to the aiid10Opor package Samples free light and obsorve its beautiful goldon The Favorlto TOOTH 0WDS BTO JaLUfortboTootliandlircAtaiQo color and thick hoavy syrup Lar Â¬ Xk9 Utf gest paokagos and purest goods For sale by W McKee Hardie Largo bottle 50c 45 HALLS OLD STAND CZ3 Jim 28 ly HOT Â¬ Â¬ r nmff 4 j V Dealers in Vhicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H H Babcock New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio Mets tiii Brotners HH We are agents for and keep a large stock of Studebafcor and Old fiick oryWagons Vulcan Plow andguarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made We have about 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clo ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices vim Examine our Stock Before Purchasin Violin solo by Louis Harris accom- Â¬ panied by Harry Stanton Song by the Frankfort Liederkranz Recitation by Miss Annie Morgan GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Brother W B Bridgeford tendered the invitation to the banquet and at FRANKFORT APRIL 29 1893 about 11 oclock the crowd departed for their homes delighted with the A BLACK EYE entertainment and especially pleased The Senate Passes the Louisville and edified by their distinguished guests address which was replete Charter Over the Governors Â¬ with the history of Odd Fellowship Veto by an Overwhelmand the results of its widespread be- Â¬ ing Majority nevolence and mystic teachings A large delegation of Louisville THE CITY COUNCIL citizens composed of the Mayor City Attorney Wharf Master and other Switch in Governors Alley officials and about 300 members of the Electric Light Company Board of Trade bankers lawyers Ordinance and Order for merchants clerks and laboring men Appeal Meeting May 4 came to the city Wednesday morn- Â¬ ing to urge the passage of the Louis- Â¬ At the council meeting Friday ville charter over the Governors night of last week City Assessor veto Judge Alex P Humphrey Mr Porter was allowed 250 for making James P Helm Col Andrew Cowan the assessment an appeal meeting and Mr E L Cronk made addresses in relation to the assessment this before the Senate Committee on Mu Â¬ year to be held at the council cham Â¬ nicipalities and on Thursday that ber Thursday evening May 4th at 7 committee reported in favor of the oclock was on motion adopted an passage of the charter the Govern- Â¬ ordinance allowing the L N and ors veto to the contrary notwith- Â¬ K M Railroads the right of way over standing and the Senate by a vote High street and through the Govern- Â¬ of 24 to 8 passed the charter Two ors alley and across Ann street in- Â¬ other Senators who were not present to the flouring mill of J E Miles added their votes to the majority the Son was passed by a vote of yeas ft next day making the vote 26 to 8 nays 2 the city engineer reported The House will consider the veto that it would cost 80 to build a next week but it is predicted by those sewer from Second to Cross streets who have studied the matter that and street committee were directed there will be no doubt of its passage to have ths work done an ordinance in that body to extend the time to two years in The Senate took the ground that which the Co operative Electric the Governor in his veto message had Light Company could erect poles not advanced any new point of law run wires and put in a plant in this with which the Legislature was not city was defeated by a vote of 4 yeas already acquainted and despite the and 4 nays the commilteewas direct- Â¬ doubtful question of the constitution- Â¬ ed to have the engine House covered ality of the system of tax on incomes with tin and grades were ordered for and licenses in lieu of the ad valorem side walks and gutters which the tax the members of the House and council several months since directed Senate who voted for the charter should be rapaired - originally would not be consistent if merely upon the dictum of any one Preventing Future Misery person they refused to vote for it If there Is In this vale of tears a more proline source again and allow the courts as the twinge we of misery to tluiii the Itrtieumatllc ieople have jut hrar of to determine once are horn with a lende cy to rheumatism proper tribunal just as they are with one to consumption or to and for all time a matter of such scrofula alight causes may develop cliir nmnirestw as soon as the trreat importance to the interests of itlelf resources agonizingh complaint Hostetters i hud to should the metropolis and all other cities in Stomach Bitters which checks Its further In rueuinuilc poison and oaulsiuM the State which are likewise affected roads the systrtn Tltli th statement talllrs ex from actly with tho testimony of physicians who by the question at issue have emp oyed this it ie blood depurani In thRlr nrlvute nincilce Jliere is nlo he nnipleit profo sl mal and antral tesilmoilal CAPITAL LODGE I O O F emcucy oi ui isiieis ior minium as to Clio Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter ve The United Brothers have rented FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ofRecitation by Sister Gracie Grant the Daughters of Rebecca Lodge a new hall which they have fitted up j - - in elegant style The Odd Fellows have purchased a nice house and lot on Washington street They expect to tear the old house away and build a new hall upon its site in the near future The Industrial Legion Lodge of Odd Follows will give another one of OLD KY their summer entertainments in a short while and we ask the pleasure seekers to watch for cheir handbills a announcing the date and day for We of the have all the good times in store for the old and young AND Mr John H Thompson is on the sick list this week And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Mr Jerry Williams is sick at his home on Normal Heights C L GAYLE Quite a crowd of young gents will W McKEE HARDIE viBit Georgetown to morrow Jan 21 ly The night school closed last night with very nice exercises by the pupils The colored voters of this city will hold a meeting next week for the purpose of organizing a club and electing delegates to the convention which meets in Louisville on May 10th This city ought not to stand still and let the convention be held right at our door and not send dele ON MAIN STEET TO gales to represent the colored voters of this city and county Rev James M Turner has been called to Washington on business There will be a musical festival at Capital Hotel Basement nf the St John A M E Ohurch toThe public are morrow afternoon invited to a tend as this is to assist BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a the church in purchasing a new short time organ The concert at tho Corinthian Bap tist Ohurch Thursday evening was up to the expectation of the audience especially the drill put up by the ladies I3ST Rev B M Farris will leave in a few days to be united in marriage We wish you success and happiness Elder and hope you will be willing to cast your lot with the good people ANN STREET of this city Miss S J Walker after being confined to her room several days with an attack of virtigo is out and at her post of duty at the school Mrs Cordie Fisher died Thursday 99 6 night after a short illness at her home on Buffalo Avenue W McKEE HARDIE DRTTCG IST HALLS DRUGS STAND FRANKFORT keep full line PATENT MEDICINES m IT 4 SM JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building if- - v 101 AND 102 AOT STHEBT Â¬ the V i Â¬ Â¬ DEALER OT7 STOVES AND TINWARE 236 va i Â¬ Alaska 43 J Charcoal J Filled Refrigerators The Quick Meal sales In Â¬ Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ anteed to give yoa satisfaction Price 76c Sold by W McKee Hardie 22 Shilohs Yitalizer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow ijcmi 3E 1801 umounted to 36242 btovet The Quick Meal sales since Us first npcearnnce on the ninrket run up to 164955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers arWIESU - wa V Â¬ Â¬ Louisville Races J I 74th Anniversary of the Founding of the Order Celebrated in Splendid Stylo The seventy fourth anniversary of the founding of the Independent Or der of Odd Fellows in the United States was generally observed Thurs Â¬ day night throughout the country In this city it was the occasion of a largo gathering at the Odd Fellows Temple of the members of Capital Lodge and their families to hear an address by D D G M Charles John- Â¬ son of Lexington and a program varied with music and recitations and then to conclude the evenings enjoyment with a banquet spread for them in the rooms adjoining The order of exorcises observed was as follows Call to order by Noblo Grand Jacob Â¬ liver complaint kidney trouhle petite mid llesh After a wetting whether followed by a cold or not cite miters is useiui as u preventive of the Initial attack ot rheu- mutism indication nervousns and loss of ap constipation Â¬ i The Colored People a short spell of sickness The State Teachers Association will hold thoir convention in this city Tho during tho month of June teachers here expect to have a largo attendance during the meeting Mr Alex Thomas is out again after I On the occasion of tho meeting of Louisville Jockey Club May 10th to Orescent 19tli inclunive the Queen and Louisville Southern will sell tickets to Louisville from all stations in Kentucky commencing May 9ch and selling daily up to and including morning trains arriving at Louisville May lDin at tho low rate of one and one third fare for the round trip good to return until May 20th These races will bo of exceptional interest and a large attendance is solicited by the Association For further information apply to local agents or to D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati O jJTJMJfcSsjpTyy3BPWHtyjTE April 22 absolute safety ngulnst aceldei ts Became tho Quick Meal Is the orly stove having burners that cannot be opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is tho only store having a taiiK that cannot bo taken oil lor lining un- Â¬ less till tho burners are ill scd Because the Quick Meal la tho only stove having nn Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the nly stcve having glass tubes to show tho dripping of gasoline when the stove Is In use Became the Quick Meal Is tho ouly stove having utl pipes made or nntl rust material Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having the needlf points of the burners made of Oer Â¬ tnun silver which makes them absolutely Inde structible Because the Qwk Meal Is the only stove having a rlm on the cast Iron bur er tops extending oyer the burner drum and tubes thus protect ng them against the dripping from the cooking vessels vt 4 tf ii ft m PRICES ffpaltt Baking m m mv wt h van v The only Pure Cream of Tartar Potyjer No Ammonia No Alum xNEW STORE HAVE JUST WK plete stock ofOPENED NEW AND Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods A TABLERSDIIC j s w buckeyfJILC CURES HOTHING BUT PILES A COM OINTMENT 8URE mid CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES mW4 ty lCtmtB0MTAYtQBMKP CO BTIPUU Abler KAgln Johnson of Lexington Musio by brass quartette composed of Messrs Alex Solineider Henry Ahlor Fred Suttorlin and Gottlieb Musio by Davis string band Address by D D G M Charles AT 833 BROADWAY tw v Used in Millions of Homes April 1W r 40 Year tht Standard Hellers old stand where ire invite the public to call nd sco us Our stock Is complete We are ready to sell you goods 25 per cent less than any bouse In the city April Mra ZEpstein Bros 0 R ORUTGHEK Pres J W ORUTOHER Seoy Our good citizens and best posted men generally all agree that tlie extent and variety of the stock of I m I A Vehicles Harness uBuuioS SHOWN BY mplements IffEr- - The Ken lucky Buggy and CUE DO Works i 1 Wasjnever equaled for elegance and cheapness and that while we can only hope along with the rest that the penitentiary muddle will soon be settled by putting all those idle men to work on the public roads of the State and thus add thousands of dollars to the value of property now rendered inaccessible by bad road we cant do more than hope for this to be done but OlflKE VEHICLES OF RliU lIflDS Head of Broadway iMSjLMSksmmmCiififi i ft SPECIAL One second hand S horse power Portable Engine and Separator That are best suited to stand the wear and tear of the roads as they are now We are selling agents for the best makes of Binders Mowers Threshing outfits Clover Hullers and in good running order for sale cheap general line of implements also home man ufacturers of the best vehicles in the market Come and 3ee us vr V ft - If t w FRANKFOHT APRIL 29 1850 Factory Salesroom Opposite Court House vammauEgmttsssssBSia T 1 Coppersmitn THE JEXTEXjER in Mb H Wu vVf Is headquarters for everything the WATCH CLOCK AND J EWELR Y DR LINE rh fr The best of attenti n given to repair department and satisfaction guaranteed and not to be excelled in workmanship and trouble of a tedious trans FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT bother fer across the city which is neces To Springfield Ohio The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Springfield Ohio and return at one and one third fare Account Scotch certificate plan Irish Congress May 11th to 14th O if 7 L 3ST TIME TABLE time tnble is now in fc effect upon the L No 17 leaveB No 21 loaves No lOleavBR The following N roiid TBAINB NOllTH No231onvoBFrHiikfort 560 a in Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort TBAINB EABT 300 p m 785 pm 986 a m v f o No No No N 1020 a in 18 leave Frankfort 440 p m 20 loaves Frankfort 640 p yn 24 arrives Frankfort 865 22 lenveB Frankfort Nob 23 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati ho 23 and 21 conuoct pm sary via all other lines being landed directly at the exposition grounds an advantage offered by no other line and in the second place you can so fix the geography of tho city in your mind that you will at once become as familiar with Chicago as you are with your own town Another point in the favor of the Big Four route is found in the fact that if you enter Cincinnati on the Orescent route Louisville Queen Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ohio Ry or Bal- Â¬ Ry Chesapeake Ohio S W R R connec- Â¬ timore tion is made in Union depot avoid- Â¬ ing the disagreeable transfer neces sary via all other lines For full par- Â¬ D B Martin ticulars address General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Â¬ W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PKEPAKED UTTIIE OF CINCINNAT lO will be at the D Bercaw G P A phoenix ssotsx IN Kentucky VeterinaryMeflicinB Co MT STERLING KY LEXINGTON KY To Indianapolis The Kentucky Midland will sell tickets Mav 10th to 14th to Indianan- olis and return atone and one third fare certificate plan Account Y M u a convention O Saturday April 29 1893 Sattrday May 20 1893 cured without surgkn opemuoii aiiil nun Unit or no HEMORRHOIDS KENTUCKYW VETERINARY CSfL JSA u Yi Mi vw MEQICIje foul PM Tk CO Piles i KKKLUKNOiis jin Ky D Bercaw G J P A Branoh at Anchorage for BloomfieldAliEXANDEB W W Quality Corner Owing to the excessive rain our visiting folks have been kept in doors therefore newsis very scarce at present Mr Ohas Gaines we are sorry to say is very much indisposed at present typhoid fever being the trouble Pulliam Misses Messrs Duard and Eugene Â¬ Â¬ at I Davis All of the novelties in mens boys and childrens clothing can bo found 30 tf Agent -- WOBLDS PAIR NOTES A Pew Pointers About Chicago ij Â¬ tPp for Splints Curbs Spavins c Renieuy tor Pneumonia ln lluena Ditteiuper etc UeelunU Gall Olnt 1 uifiit Blisierlne Ointment Eye Lotions Dnvltl Muorr Benson Ky rhsw Hulls Sklu Lotion Hurt Remedy Ias if Witnrort rrmkloit Ky Noun Powuers Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ ine ionic Lterlntj atuuthe Wound Dresslmr UK KKMEYa office an I resident Is at 25J Wtst Klyhtu stnet Jlitcliiiinl iuiuImw be iiit lip tounii ever day nt fticn wee txit i t SAT UR DAYS Iltttil lets ilescrluini theM oImiisi untl Hip lioxle tit trtUtinf nt unit freo to my nt I W I KKILKY bj iiMlieiMtiK 25J W ElKhtStOliiclnimno DRUGGIST 2t6 STCLAIH STREETk UALLS CONSULTATION IllKJ- uoiio Hemedy 1 scott Kruikfoit Ky Dr E M Gober Irunkfoit ky J r Stiteti MiiiiWiTt K V UTberlcli i uiiiUfoit i Uev L 1 llulttt IUUmii Ky II JtcUure HniiKruii hj V tititt Fiuiikfort Kj A W McKce llurille Frankfort G TRADE MARK ANriObllNE W KlcKee Hardie OLDbTAiND Gin r i As a great many readers of the Eoundabout will make their first trip to Chicago during the Worlds regarding the Fair a few pointers will be apprecity Nora Sudduth and Pearl glltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll k T l 1 1 tr Mv J 1 i x IV It w Â¬ geography of the first place fix firmly ciated In the Lake Michigan in your mind that boundary of the eastern forms the entire city and if you stand facing the lake with both arms outstretched uD the left nana win puim and the right hand will point straight Big Four down the tracks of the buildings route to the Worlds Fair end of the situated at the southernhat and you city Paste this in your have the key to the entire situation the Coming into Chicago on trainB ofonly route which is the Biff Four railroad having an entrance on the lake frontwhere south side along theboarding houses all the hotels and yourself are located you will find the expo- Â¬ practically through passing Â¬ sition grounds and a magnificent pan of the Fair is obtained oramic view the At the Worlds Fair station of the route if you step off at Big Four the entrance richt side you are at and can begin gate to the Exposition doing the Fair at once if you step find off on the left side you will por- Â¬ finest resident yourself in the the tion of Chicago and right in and Fair hotel midst of the Worlds boarding house district The chances are ten to one that you will be within the very a few minutes walk of for your you have seleoted eadquartors If you prefer to go down town ten minutes ride will bring you to tho new Twelfth Street station in the in mind heart of tho oity Now bear entering manifest advantage of the Ohioagoontho Big Four route In the first plaoe yon avoid entirely the Bryant and Bert Quire had a nice time generally at Mr Archie Moores Tuesday night of last week We On Thursday evening at half past three oclock at Mt Zion Church a long looked for wedding will take The couple do not wish place their names known at present but a cordial invitation is extended to all to be present and witness tho cereÂ¬ KeblS Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky number would like to have been one of your ROYAL SEWING WARRANTED MACHINE s a si live ra to s -- auKjE US2IE- - HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllltlIillEIilllllllllllllllIl3 5 YEARS Jtfyrup yA u NUN ROUTE - The Diroct and Popular Line to mony Mr W O Bryant has on hand a full line of dry goods Ho solicits the public to call and examine his stook before purchasing Bro Roid filled his appointment at Moores school house Inst SundayÂ¬ and prpached the most beautiml ser mon wo have ovor heard cure it promptly for any one Fever sores on his leg doctors said wishes to try it Do not accept any he was incurable One bottlo EJoc trio Bitters and one box Buoklens substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Arnica Salvo oured him entirely Sold by the South Side drag store SAN FRANCISCO CAl new ronK ttr 3 P H Oajupbxtok icuisvius r Roth tho method and results when of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tho system effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Bpa frail fl k5 constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever proSpecimen Cases duced pleasing to the taste and ac S H Clifford New Oassel Wis s prompt in vaB troubled with Neuralgia and ceptable to the stomach his Stomaoh was disor Â¬ its action and truly beneficial in its clllllllllllllllllllllllillllilllilililililiuilililililililiiiiuiiiiiiig Rheumatism dered his Liver was affeoted to an eflects prepared only from the nost HasaToargo High Arm tlarming dogreo appetite fell away healthy and agreeable substances its 5 lias a KolfTttottliiR Nf eaia and he was terribly reduced in flesh E Has a Seirtliroadlng Shuttlo and strongth Three bottles of EIoj many excellent qualities commend it B Has No Equal hi Construction to all and have made it tho most 5 Has Mechanical Appeurance trio Bitters oured him g Has an Klegant Finish Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg popular remedy known S Has a lerfeot Adjustment a Vosltlvn Tulcoun HI had a running sore on his leg of Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c - Has Stylish Furnlturo eight years standing Used three and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ 5 Has More Good Sewing Qualities and Has bottles of Electric Bitters and seven does a Larger Work gists Any reliable druggist who 5 than any SewingItange of GeneralWorld Alaohlne In the s boxes of Buoklens Arnica Salve and his log Is sound and well John may not have it on hand will proExamine THE ROYAL for points tf Speaker Catawba O had five large who Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST n B g B g H m Vostibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers An I 3 a Only First Clnsss Accommodations For Further Information Aduress Bryant G B L P A vxuwienoei awa yon win WLMDU OR buy no ether LOUISVILLE KY ROYAL S M CO JanatHtafi Roekfori IIL HllllllllllIllltllllllllllllllllHttlllllllllllHIIIIMtlMI Jus Bryant G P A Chicago 111 1 Wy 6 i rxffWT lwyww mrmwfe wt vw iHfrw r zwflpii 4 tagg7jigiraataa3sae SB n i w i wRYnaypyji AiiJftT5 Clea nable Refri gerator 9fif wi 1 1 II IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT EiiTWJfJaiSSStt JUHeSE3CII wig It has lib t j ei been sold in this city for the last four years My customers advertise and sell it for me because they are pleased witn it They can take out the flues and clean them It is charcoal lined It takes very little ice to keep it cold It is handsome enough to put in your Call and examine it dinning room ShbS masmummssmsesiBmzMiKik maReligious - mMm bxjoi tOO WS to 7SOO iiiJBEBiJH 3T JP is rtgciftws UNCLE JOE READ THE NEW BATH HOUSE To be Opened Next Week When Be v II Q A Misstep on a Wet Plank Causes Him to Fall and Sustain a Seri- Â¬ pastor will preach Henderson the ous Injury to His Leg morning at 11 oclock and to morrow 730 p m Uncle Joseph B Read Door keeper Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in of the Senate and many times a Â¬ the evening at 700 in the class room member and Senator from Louis- Â¬ ville sustained a distressing acciOiikiariArf Ohurco Rev George dent Wednesday which owing to Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ his age and enfeebled condition morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ may cause him serious trouble to walk into occasion Having ning at 730 a yard at the rear ofaTstore room on Our Position its Night subject Broadway he made a misstep on a Catholicity The Young Peoples Society of wet plank and fell to the ground and Christian Endeavor will hold its injured his left leg He was taken to his room at the weekly prayer meeting in the Eenyon Hotel his wife in Louisville Lecture Room at 650 was notified of the accident and Dr First Presbyterian Church E E Hume summoned to attend Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D him Even at best Mr Read will be obliged to be confined to the bed for will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 oclock and at 730 several weeks It will be remem- Â¬ bered that he fell on the slippery m p The weekly prayer meeting of the pavement in this city about four Young Peoples Society of Christian years ago and broke his right thigh Endeavor will be held in the lecture and for many months lingered in room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ great pain and danger of death He has not been in vigorous health morrow evening since that accident and for that Southern Presbyterian Church reason his friends were at first Rev W G Neville the pastor alarmed over his condition but he is will occupy his pulpit to morrow doing very well at present Uncle morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Joe as he is familiarly called has Young Peoples Society of Chris- been a sojourner iu this cityeo long tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in and so many times as to become al- Â¬ ibe Pastors Study most a citizen of the place and his numerous friends here deeply sympa Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev E A thize with him in his misfortune and Penick the rector will occupy hope that he may soon be out again his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at She Committed Suie do 730 Mre F O Oono at Paris left hit UATHUL1U Church The usual letter My husbandForgive mo services at the Church of the Good if I cauHe you trouble but I sulfur ao Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ You do not know what these long wakeful wretched nights mo ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey mid Jam ho tired darling are to pain the will never bo better the pastor It is not easy High mass at 8 a m low mass to tako my own life but I have boon nick so long Good bye my husband at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m F iovo you your wife This is one ol the thousands that gives up instead Baptist Church Rev W O Tay- of iiuing Dr Miles UeBtorafcive Ner Â¬ lor has returned from Morehead and vine and being speedily cured of their Go to J W will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and GfyJe wrotcliednes and get an olegaru book and 730 p m to morrow as usual Q trtitl bottle free Sunday school at 030 a m in the chapel Matrimonial Methodist Ohuroh Elegant and Refreshing Baths Can Be Had at any Time DWARD CLAASSE Â¬ Â¬ delegation from Frankfort to the State Christian Endeavor Convention which began in Lexington yesterday went up on yesterday mornings train A considerable Sunday-Â¬ ed in Louisville that Mr George W Johnston son of Col J Stoddard Johnston Darling It is announc- Â¬ The new and handsomo bath house recently erected by Mr JasAMurray on the corner of Broadway and Wil kinson streets is now complete in every particular and will be thrown open on Monday to the public by Mr Alex Schneider who has leased it The building is supplied with pure sulphur water piped from the well on Mr Murrays place one mile be- Â¬ low the city and all the latest and most improved appliances for hot and cold water have been put in Neat and comfortable bath rooms have been fitted up and one can ob- Â¬ tain any thing in the shape of a bath he may desire Turkishvapor sham- Â¬ poo plunge or the ordinary hot or cold baths The apartments for the throe former are supplied with ele Â¬ gant marble slab tables and artificial stone floors the hot and cold bath rooms with the latest improved tubs while for the plunge bath a tank holding many thousand gallons has been constructed Several lounging rooms will be comfortably furnished for the use of ladies and gentlemen after bathing Sleeping apartments will bo fitted up for persons who may wish to take a nap or spend a night there and a barber shop will be pro- Â¬ vided for the accommodation of The plunge bath will be gentlemen place for ladies and chil- Â¬ an elegant dren to learn to swim as the water will be kept standing four or five feet deep and a careful attendant will be on hand to prevent accidents All the heating apparatus was put in by Messrs Baker Smith Co of Chicago under the supervision of Mr David Gorman their superinten dent and the workmanship is splen- Â¬ didly executed and the boilers radi Â¬ ators and apparatus of every kind are of the very best and latest pat- Â¬ tern Mr Alex Schneider will be assist Â¬ ed by his wife who will have charge of the ladies department and the es tablisment will be conducted in first This new enterprise class style should be liberally patronized as there is nothing more invigorating or more conducive to perfect health than a sulphur bath Plumber GasSteam Fitte -- AND DEALER IN- - J Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets tIPE AND FITTINGS ETC Opposite State House t JOB AND CONTRACT WORK STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL WORK GUARANTEED FRANKFORT KENTUCKY WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married July2 ly L B XToact House Cleaning Try It Xn TTour GAINES V Vtl W A J SI MARSHALL L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times -- V - f OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A ON 210 OF CHOICE LAND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort In one of the beat neighborhoods in Franklin FOR RENT OF SIX BOOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE L given May ist Broadway Possession B MARSHALL Agents FINE FARM J i i OR SALE BRICK DWELLING OK SEVEN ROOMS ON Birtns -- county The Improvements consist of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms a lame stock barn and all other necessary Improvements In order to sell immediately wo ure authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession Kiven 1st of Match For further ln fonuultou apply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL Frankfort Ky The annual convention of the Schools of Franklin county under the auspices of the Kentucky Sunday School Union will bo held in the Christian Church of Frankfort on Saturday May 20 morning and after- Â¬ noon An interesting programme has been prepared the State Visitor will bo in attendance and a spirited and Oampbell Neal A marriage li- Â¬ profitable convention is confidently anticipated Lot every school send cense was granted by County Clerk Smith on Wednesday to Mr James a liberal delegation appear in the Campbell and Miss Minnie B Neal The programme will Rogers Hulett Mr Willie T Roundabout next week Rogers and Miss Hester A Hulett of The more Chamberlains Cough Shelby county were liconsed to wed Remedy is used the better it is liked by County Clerk Smith Thursday We know of no other remedy that al Tandy Keaton A license was ways gives satisfaction It is good when you first catch cold It is good when granted Louis Tandy Wednesday your cough is seated and your lungs afternoon to wed Miss Helen T Kea aro soro It is good in any kind of a ton both of Loostown Wo have sold twenty five cough dozen of it and every bottle has Boner - Hammonds Olaronco L given satisfaction Stodman Fried Â¬ Bonor and Miss Maggie Hammonds man druggists Minnesota Lake Minn Forks of Elkhorn were granted 50 cent bottles for salo by J W Gayle of a marriage liconse Saturday m l Druggist Â¬ A Clinton street Johnston formerly of this city is MlTCHELL- - Friday of last week to streets Apply to between Ann una High CO Agents B MARSHALL engaged to Miss Martha T Darling the wife of Mr M T Mitchell a popu- Â¬ daughter of Cincinnati a prominent and -- Monday to the wife of lar member of the exelusive element PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Mr Fan Peoveler a son Johnston on Second Third and Shelby of sooiety of that city The marriage streets fcouth Frankfort consisting of one large FOR SALE it is said will tako place at an early brick residence und ten valuablo building lots An attractive foca We consider this property tho Creum of the day the one that beÂ¬ unquestionably the best to be as It Market longs to a thorough- Â¬ a desirable location If ROD had RESIDENCE OF DR It is reported that a prosperous milE BRICKMnln street containing W Brooms for ain the city wouldyou wish you to purchase one we advise ly healthy woman home ten L man on of the lots while they are to bo had young farmer of the Cedar Run Thats what youll Tnls Is one of the best built residences In the fc CO LB MARSHALL Agents have thats what city Apply to neighborhood is to wed one of Nash- Â¬ LB MARSHALL CO youll bo if youll Arents villes fair maids in June tako Dr Pierces Fa- Â¬ FOR SALEL 1 i i ii rders and diseases that afflict woman Â¬ as felt Dull eyes a blotched or sallow faco and a wasted form follow them Curo all tlicso ailments and weaknesses regulate and promote tbo proper functions quiet your nerves build up your health and strength with tbo Favorite Prescription It does all theso things and more Tho sysÂ¬ tem is invigorated tno blood enriched diges Â¬ tion Improved melancholy and nervousness dispelled selves seen as well vorite Prescription The painful diso- Â¬ kind mako A Good Investment BUILDING LOTS HOLME3 fN Apply to AND ANN STREETS FOR SALE J -- l thorn LB MARSHALL CO Agents TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wannlnir street west of Mr S B Holmes residence This property will be offered us a whole ut a bargain or It will be sold in lots of 40 For terms or 60 feet front to suit purchaser CO Agents L B MARSUALL apply to bearing For ulcerations displacements down sensations periodical pains everything thats known as ufomalo complaint Its an unfailing romody tho only one among OF SIX ROOMS WITH LAROK all modiclnes for women thats guaranteed The resi South Frankfort If it fails to bonuflt or curo In any case you RESIDENCE inrooms each on Cross street dences of six have your money back South Side Apply to fj B MAItSHALL CO Agts Eeb 4 ly FOR RENT FORSALE street consisting of a brick reslrtenco of 5 rooms and about two acres of land This prop erty Is well located and on account of the large lot will be a good Investment in addition to muk Ing u very desirable home For terms apply to Â¬ EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY i Ml Â¬ LB MARSUALL Agents CO iilii EH He- 7 NMWMMWnOMMefiHf 1 v rHgOKiBWISaJKeaSTWHBKl H WWiil WiJttHh son N fWHKKSSSESaiW i w Ready Made Clothing ill Tailoring Department M 5f W IV i - We have never had it be fore but we have it now and we have lots of it We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying I Â¬ Xjl L I The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an examination to convince yon of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can indulge in some big talk about them becausewe have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ f zssmmHXssmitim 555SSESKBH2in ir jmsoii Miiies ville the Panhandle Cassell lion Humphries sa teell Zszism u MaaKHgaBsgBBwaEBflgtt v h eKiXKsaamiiavtf Monon L N A nati Big Four 0 Louisville Tax Payera Refuse to Pennsylvania Co ixwsaismssRfitzmmijSii saOT1aMHsa2JKiffiKi I and Mrs A H Crutcher Critically 111 via Cincin- Â¬ St L Ou O The many friends of the family Pennsylvania in this city will be pained to learn O H D Railroad all solid Lines vestibule trains composed of first that Mrs Walton Crutcher wife of class coaches sleeping and parlor Mr A H Crutcher formerly of this cars between Louisville Cincinnati city and daughter of Dr Howard Only 14 hours from and Chicago Frankfort to Chicago Leave Frank- Â¬ Henderson is in a dying condition at fort at 3 p m or Chicago 7 a m with the home of her father at Hartwell only one change of cars Berths se- Â¬ Ohio Mrs Crutcher has long been cured free of charge and all bag Â¬ a sufferer but within the last week gage ohecked through Round trip her condition has become critical tickets ibio and her death is looked for at any moment Now Try This M O THAT MILLION DOLLARS Sanction the Proposition to Secure the State Capital J PASTEUR FILTERS They will Furnish Pure Free Water on the Worlds Fair Grounds FAT PEOPLE To reduce your weight STJRFLY use Wlllards Obesity PJUr and lose15 pounds a month No Injury to the health No Interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up atid Improve lhe general health beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass Â¬ i K K I1 rc IS r i Tho Worlds Fair Commission With a registered vote of about 35- closed a contract to day by tele- writes Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re 000 Louisville on Thursday on the graph with The duced my weight from 220 pounds to 190 and I question of donating a million dollars life I much Filter Company for two hun Â¬ never felt better In all rayshall do allnmcan to pleased I in bonds for the State capital secur Â¬ dred of their filters They are to be oelp youwith the mult and Include Physicians Our patrons used in connection with the foun- Â¬ Bankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our ed a total vote of 5446 of which 4 tains on the Worlds Fair grounds guods are not sold In drug stores all orders are 456 were in favor of the bonds and our olllco Price and will Buppy the people with pure supplied direct fromickttges for 600 byper pack Â¬ age i00 or three p mail pre- Â¬ 090 against the issue In other words free water paid Particulars denied 4 eta ALL CORRES- Â¬ only a little of This is a handsome endorsement PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL vi the voters of more than oneineighth of of the superiority of these filters W1LUHQ EMEU CO BOSTON the oity were favor MASS I and as well another feather in the Grave Mistakes fixing this large burden upon them lyIt will cost you nothing and will sure Apl 6m cap of the Gem Citys display and a Cough do you good if you selves to take the capital from Frank Â¬ Cold or any trouble have Throat representation of with Physioians frequently make mis Â¬ at the Worlds Fairits manufactories fort and nearly one fifth of all who Cheat or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ The demand Disease takes in treatment of Heart did vote on the proposition put them covery for Consumption Coughs and The rate of sudden deaths is daily in Â¬ for absolutely pure water has in- Â¬ selves on record as opposing it Of Colds is guaranteed to give relief or creasing Hundreds become victims creased the business of this Filter money will be paid baek Sufferers of phyaicians in the Company much beyond the fondest course in the facp of tho from La Grippe found it just the of the ignorauce of this disease One in anticipations of its projectors and constitutional requirement that thing and under its use had a speedy treatment diseased heart Shortness founders are a formidable trio yet the weak four has a Mr John T Buckley is the agent person frequently has to meet all of two thirds of the voters of the city and perfect recovery Try a sample of breath palpitation and fluttering tnetn at once How win heovercome bottle at our expense ana learn for irregular pulse choking sensation for the sale of the above filters in Â¬ shall be necessary to carry the meas yourself juBt how good a thing The answer Is with our Compound 33 tf Â¬ this city it is or Oxygen and ours only The count- Â¬ ure it is hardly probable that Frank- Â¬ Trial bottlesfree atPmii OARPENTEna asthmatio breathing pain arm tenderless demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ weak ness in side shoulder or rant this reply fort will have any occasion hereafter Drug Store Large size 50c 100 hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Our treatment Is available for home 3 to feel uneasy or alarmed over the Dr Miles New Heart Cure use neither need your occupation b e Disease Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with Interfered with The value of these is the only reliable remedy Thous non slipping corrugated tires fullv matter of the removal of the seat of features Is obvious What about your Arizona Joe ands testify to its wonderful cures0 warranted Roberts agent need A book vt explanation and proof government The question may bo Books free Sold by J W Gayle Is yours to consider It osked for now submitted to the courts to test the va- Â¬ Arizona Joe supported by a good PALEN Drs STARKEY Ice Ice 10m Arcn street Philadelphia Pa lidity of the election but it is believ- Â¬ dramatio company will appear at Stop and take a drink as you pasB Dec 24 ly Mr N I MoDaniel announces that ed by the best lawyers here that the the Opera House to night in the by Buckleys The water cooler is door and the water is he has completed arrangements to courts in the face of the Oonstitution melo drama of Black Hawk The just inside the Jf oy the asteur filter supply the people with ice this sea Â¬ BLUE will not fasten suoh a weighty burden piece is a sensational one in which niterea 34 lt son in any quantity they may desire on tax payers who have not shown trained horses and dogs and specialty He also proposes to furnish a quality Everybody Attention of pure artificial ice at as low a any desire to accept it features are introduced There will figure as can bo furniuhed by any Louisville does not want the Capi Â¬ also be a matinee this afternoon at 2 - 1893 1293 If our Legislators want souvenirs one in the city His wagons will tal and Lexington can not attain to oclock of their labors in Frankfort which make regular calls and orders will it and now thero should be State receive prompt attention He deÂ¬ will contribute to the health and com- Â¬ sires to thank the public for patron- - FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMALLÂ¬ The Evolution pride enough aroused by the time grape vines asparagus and every fort of each and every member of ago in tne past and solicits a con thing for lawn ml garden Prices the next Legislature meets to build a Of low Wesell direct and have no agents Cata Â¬ modioinal agents is gradually rel- Â¬ their family at home for yenrs to tinuance of the Bame logues on application to State House here that would bo com- Â¬ egating 32 1 m the old time herbs pills come they should give Mrs Walter mensurate with tho Sfates dignity H P HILLENMEYER draughts and vegetable extraots to Franklin an order for tho wonderful Storo room for Rent and necessities the roar and bringing into general Adjustable Chair and tho Kedzie Lexington Ky I offer for rent my store house in use the pleasant and effective liquid Water Filter to be sent by manufac Cheap Rates on the L N Hirll Sin Jacksonville Shelby county It is laxative Syrup of Figs To get the turers direct to their homes in good repair and has all necessary N Railroad will sell round true remedy see that it is manufact- Â¬ The L sholving in it Persons wishing to WM trip tickets to Nashville Tennessee ured by tho California Fig Syrup Co Scotoh Terrier Lost rent would do well to call and seo it at one fare on May 10th and 11th only For sale by all James Robekson tho loading good returning until May 23d Ac 31 lm9 Mrs Ohas E Hoge of Ingleside Jacksonville Shelby Co oount Southern Baptist Ooventlon druggists has lost her little Scotch Terrier On May 10th to 14th tho The original New Process Gasoline which answers to the name of Char- Â¬ Two good second hand buggies for RBAL BSTATB AGBN2 Railroad will sell tiokots to Indianap Â¬ Stovo is improved for 1893 Buckley coal It disappeared several weeko sale at Mastin Bros ago and any information loading to olis Indiana at one faro going and is agent 30 tf w PBACTICI IN TIIK COURTS 0 one third fare returning its recovery will be suitably rewarded Account Will Alio frlva arvuU1 attaiWlnn to h LvT Miles Norvo and Livor Pills by Mr Ohas E Hoge at the State 13th International Y M O A Con- Â¬ and tale of rtal estats collection ef rati eUlai For Rent My house in South National Bank ud the lecotlAtloa f len 20 tf vention IsriM lv Aot on a new prinoiple regulating I Tho L N Railroad will sell round diately Guy Barrett -- A frame cottage on Con- Â¬ the livor stomach and bowels though For Rent trip tickets to Lexington Kv at 34 tf AGENTS local and travel way street containing seven rooms tho nerves A now discovery one and one third fare commencing Dr ing at once to sell Orna terms apply to Wm Cromwell Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness mental Shrubs noses April 20th and May Oth good return Karls Glover Root tho new Blood For Trees and Fruits Exnerl342t bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ ence unnecessary salary and expenses paiding May 10th On aooount running Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and races re ness to the Complexion and ourcs Fon Sale or Rent My dwelling childron Smallest mildest surest weekly Permanent positions No securitygoodÂ¬ quired Must furnish references as to N Railroad offers you Consumption Tho L 25c 50o and 100 houso on Ann streot character 50 doses for 25 cents Samples at oholoe of five routes vis Via Louis- - For sale by W MoKee Hardle C1LVRLE8II CHA8I 22 tf J T Buckley J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky free ly KSTMentlon this paper Rochester NY 45 liar SS 2nu Pasteur-Chamber-raiid Ji Work Worry self-executi- and Disease I 120 Â¬ H pnEs SPRING Â¬ CROMWEU LN -- Â¬ WANTED iuiJLtJ MflttiikMiimaalth f iiiviiMk tiifitittotittii 8 I Ym SIIflEC GM1EC 5 WCRrC S PflVC CIIITC Furnishings Hats 1 n Sixty five dozen mens and boys fancy colored This is our greatest season and our present stock is the most shirts go at 25 cents Hundreds of better grades We show more styles worthy we have ever presented 100 5150 up to 40 cents 50 cents 75 cents more new designs and a greater variety of fabrics than all the other stores in town combined 5250 iiniLy mice uuzcu uuya sunt wuisis ju cents cti It is like finding money to visit our GREAT You may set it down as a fact SHOE department that a genuine bargain can not be obtained unless the business is great We claim the biggest shoe trade in Frankfort hence the great bargains If you are a shrewd keen buyer youmust come to us The best xj - shoppers come to us after looking around s and tell us we are from 20 to 25 per cent lower than any of our competitors Come and see for yourselves that the above statement is correct Better grades 40 cents 50 cents 75 cents up m Seventy five dozen mens and boys full regular socks three pairs for 25 cents Finer grades 15 cents 25 cents 35 cents up to 65 Ladies low cuts tan and black 125 5150 200 250 3oo Ladies button boots 2 Prices too 200 Forty up to five dozen 25 mens suspenders go at cents 35 Better grades cents cents 50 cents 75 cents 15 3-- groo 400 125 150 5 50 300 53 50 and up to 00 REMEMBER Dinner Bucket Every man and boy in one this section should have 5150 Be sure and see our great line of 25 cents and 50 cents neckwear uneqqaled by any other house Cel Celluloid cuffs only luloid collars only 15 cents Boys shoes tan and black 125 5150 5200 up to 53 50 With every 510 cash sale and over we present you with the 25cents greatest novelty of the age one celebrated patent -- Mens shoes tan and black 5250 5300 up to 5700 5 1 S5 5i 50 5200 EISLtS styles in Seventy five pairs of mtns patent leather shoes were 55 00 go at 5250 sizes sH to 9 Mens suits 52000 52500 S500 5 50 1000 1200 1500 We were never before more active in our hat depart- fnent than now Any other dealercan do the same if he will give as good quality 1800 at as low prices as we do Correct 2 Forty seven pairs of ladies fine shoes sizes were 55 00 to close at 5200 1 to and childrens suits 150 and up 5500 5700 5850 5iooo Boys CRUTCHER 4 ST9BKS ClTCIfl SKMSSEGSS - 5200 53 00 5400 Men and boysj soft and plug hats in all the new Spring Shades See our fine Show Window for prices STAR KS Ciutclier Frankfort Starks Louisville iwmsmm W8CTWH Frankfort and Louisville Frankfort and Louisville MmMMMmMMMMmIN SOUTH DAKOTA The Wife of Duke Smith Obtains a Divorce from Her Husband Â¬ Â¬ - A MATTER OF HEALTH Our State Chemists Examining the Baking Powders Consumers Informed as to the Brands that are Purest Strong Â¬ est and most Whole Â¬ some Louisville Ky Commercial grocer recently de- Â¬ termined to get at the bottom of the taking powder controversy by pro curing from the leading chemist of this State carefully and thoroughly jnade tests of the principal brands upon the market The grocer was nobinterested in any of the powders desired the information in order to better serve his patrons with the purest and highest quality of gooda Dr Samuel E Woody Professor of Chemistry in the Kentucky School of Medicine and Prof M A Scovell Director of the Kentucky Agricultu Â¬ ral Experiment Station were requested to procure samples of these goodsÂ¬ from various grocery stores in un opened cans and to make the most thorough and searching examination Each chemist acted indepedentlyof the other They agreed in their re Â¬ ports however chac the Royal BakÂ¬ ing Powder is the highest in strength of all the brands tested as well as A prominent Â¬ consumers are insured the purest and most wholesome food The powders of lower strength are found to leave impurities in the food This fact is empasizsd by the re Â¬ port of the Ohio State Food Com Â¬ missioner who while finding the Royal practically pure found no other powder to contain less than ten per cent of inert or foreign mat- Â¬ ters The result of these tests will bo read with interest and will prove of groat benefit to housekeepers by enabling them to distinguish the pure from the numerous impure and unwhole- Â¬ some powders found in the market The statistics Bhow that there is used in the manufacture of the Royal Baking Powder more than half of all the cream of tartar consumed in the United States for all purposes The wonderful sale thus indicated for the Royal Baking Powder greater than that of all other baking powders combined is perhaps even a higher evidence than that already quoted of the superiority of this article and of its indispensableness to modern cook Â¬ ery The Lake Route To the Worlds Kentucky Midland By Shortest and quickest Detween JOHN DRISCOLL j tikc J Pair via Picturesque Mack inac the purest Dr Woody reports the Royal free from all adulterations but found lime sulphates and a considerable amount of ammonia in all the other brands examined I report here Prof Scovell says with my analyses The results show the Royal to be a cream of tartar baking powder free from any adulteration that its constituents are betÂ¬ ter proportioned and that it has a larger amount of leavening gas than any 01 the otnors anaiyzeu Â¬ Â¬ Prof A M Peter Chemist at the State Agricultural Station who likewise made a number of tests says M A Scovell Â¬ A M Peter adulteration Ohomist These reports are very instructive They to the praotical housekeeper indicate that the Royal Baking Powder goes further in use than the others or is more economical Still more important than this however they prove this popular article has I have madeja number of analyses of the Royal Baking Powder collect- Â¬ ed by myself in sealed paokages from the dealers of Lexington The re sults show a pure cream of tartar an exceptionally fowder of strength free from high any Â¬ Avoid the heat and dust by travel ing on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Naviga Â¬ tion Company Two new steel pas senger steamers have just been built for the Upper Lake route costing 300000 each and are guaranteed to be the grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on the Lakes speed 20 miles per hour running time be tween Cleveland Toledo and Chica go less than 50 hours Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpe Â¬ na Mackinac Petoskey and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double daily services will be main Â¬ tained giving a daylight ride across Daily services between Lake Erie y Cleveland and First class and stateroom accommodations menu and exceedingly low Round Trip Rates The palatial equipment the luxury of the appointments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus Â¬ Address A A trated pamphlet Schantz Q P A Detroit Cleve- Â¬ land Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Ba- Referring to the announcement Monday from Sioux Falls South Da- CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT kota in relation to a divorce obtain ed by Mrs Gertrude Smith from her Only direct Hoe between hu8band Mr Duke Smith now a store keeper in the Revenue Service at Paris Ky on the ground of fail Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car ure to support and incompatibility of lisle Ihyiville Cyntbiana Fal Â¬ temper the Louisville Times bays Duke Smith is the son of Qen mouth and Covington Green Ulay Smith the soldier tem Â¬ perance reformer preacher and poli Â¬ tician who now lives in Washington and once came within a fraction of a vote of being President of the United ASK FOR TICKET8 VIA KY MIDLAND States when Andrew Johnson was nominated for Vice President and afterward succeeded Abraham Lin coln Several years ago young Duke Smith was appointed a Lieutenant of TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STAftOilRO TIME Marines in the navy and was assign ed to some of the best ships He TIME TABLE DEC 12 1892 traveled all over the world but finally threw up Ms commission ana return Â¬ A Ul M I M ed to this country He went upon No 1 No 3 No 7 TRAINS E AST the operatic stage and in New York he met a pretty fresh faced young Lv Frankfort ueo no 12 45 singer a German girl who had boon Lv Summit 41G 000 1255 in this country but a few weeks and Lv Elkhorn 422 011 110 480 018 125 was able to speak but few words Lv Swltzer who v stamping 6H2 Ground 146 445 of English I am unable to recall the L Duvall Lv 689 452 155 name of the girl but she was a mem Lv Johnson 450 641 205 Lv Georgetown B 6 OB 220 652 ber of a Berlin family of musicians Lv 656 615 245 one of her uncles being a celebrated I v C S Depot Nowtotvn 627 700 305 tenor The courtship was brief and Lv Centrevllle 5S6 718 320 Kllzubetu 330 723 540 the little foreigner became Mrs Duke Lv Purls Ar 0 650 345 787 Smith M IA M P H U M Shortly after their marriage Duke No 2 No 4 INoi 8 No12 TRAINS WEST Smith and his wife came to Kentucky C b45 820 032 where his family influence got him a Lv Parts A r Elizabeth 627 642 833 position in the revenue service at Ar Centervllle 451 640 838 Ar Newtown 44fi 051 847 Frankfort where he is at present sta- Â¬ Ar 0 S Depot 704 425 000 Mr and Mrs Smith lived Ar Georgetown tioned B 1085 710 052 at the Capital Hotel and every lady Ar Johnson 1042 717 705 1048 723 715 who has been in that house during the Ar Duvall past few years has noticed the pretty Ar Stumping Ground 10 55 780 785 Swltzer 744 765 11J0 baby faced girl who was seldom seen Ar Klkliorn Ar 1110 750 610 Ar Summit 1122 820 756 with her husband Tho guests in the Ar Frankfort A 1130 805 830 house pittied the little foreigner for her supposed neglect and but little surprise was occasioned when the A connects with L N C and LS B connects with 0 wife left her husband and went to New York Then came the trip to 0 connects with K C South Dakota and the divorce follow- Â¬ Effective May 7th und during tho summer the ed following Sunday schedule will be In effect Â¬ Liquor A Merchant full Hue of pure Anderson county whiskies nines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tr opposite State House m I p sSE--1T4--irt K Â¬ SM j I WBMJS Mown to TIME 24 HOURS SOLID VEST1BULED TRAINS Â¬ J TUB SHORTEST AND QUICKEST TOSS I Georgetown to Jacksonville TIME 27 HOURS Fla Solid Vestibulcd Trains to St Augustine Folid Vestibuled Trains Between js i CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA RMINGHAM MERIDIAN NEW ORLEANS -S- f Jjj U tj 4 LEEPING CAR THROUGH FRO- M- 30 0m aiasraiLtsr fcTAii TO Small Farm for Sale I Any Person i A small farm of twenty acres well improved and two miles from this city on a good pike is offored for sale at a bargain For terms c apply 29 tf mgnesc aegree at this of lice beon brought to tne Â¬ A full and beautiful line of spring of purityfor to its superlative puri ty this superiority in strength is duo dress groods containing all of tho I Davis has an elegant line of 30 tf pants and consequently that by its use novelties at I Davie 30 tf Â¬ That is troubled with constinafoion can Ret immediate and perraanont relief by using Dr Halos Household Tea One dose a day at bedtime 25 and 50c packages at PH Caufun runs druff store 4 Georgetown 005 arrives at Paris 940 u in No 0 leaves Frankfort 2 5p in Georgetown 320 arrives at Paris 3 55 p in Wkst No 6 leaves Paris 1000 n in George- Â¬ Dlrectconneetlons at NewOrieansund Shrove town 1085 arrives ut Frankfort 1135 u in No 10 porMor Texas Mexico and California Railway Leave Frankfort leaves Paris 4 M p m Georgetown 515 arrives vlu Georgetown 545via Kentucky Midland amarrlvoClnolnnatl 1020 at Frankfort 610 p in b m Qulofcerthun any other line The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecAUtralns urrlvoanddepart from Central Unlcn tions form the shortest and cheapest route to ml Do not Cincinnati points north south east and west ForUatenMapsftc address C H WO0DWELL For further Information apply to their agents D P T A Louisville Ky B WE1TZEL 0 D BER0AW D MILLER D i KPWABDS City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt i A V R HARPER Gen Bupt GEO TrafMne Cincinnati O Â¬ East No SUNDAY TRAINS 5 leaves Frankfort sJI l u iM 810 u in Knoxville andAsheville N 0 i