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Hsl The H Frankfort Eomdabotjt A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 35 YOL XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power FEANKFOET KY SATUEDAY MAY 6 1893 Latest U S Govt Report THE FARMERS BANK Stockholders Mooting Elootion of Dirootors and Dinner by Frosi- dent Rodman i Rp THE Baking Powder FIEND - IT IS FOLLY Li H ABSOLUTELY PURE WIIKIIF rv IK 1A sv- - mi going to their relief and bringing The wrecking them to the depot car was on the scene and at work all An Engine Demolished and Two day Wednesday and it was not until Cars Derailed Within Three late that afternoon that the track dent J M Saffell Vice President JMiles of the City on the L was dear of the debris Grant Green Cashier and A W- XT Railroad Overton Assistant Cashier It re- Â¬ COURT OPAPEEALS Â¬ quires no small ability to successfully NO SERIOUS INJURY TO ANY Two Franklin County Cases De- - conduct the affairs of a large bank- Â¬ ONE ing institution like the bank here oided One Reversed and the Chesapeake The west bound mentioned and those who under- Â¬ Other Affirmed at 735 oclock on stand the difficulties and dangers of Ohio train due here Tuesday evening was derailed at The Court of Appeals on Saturday steering safely through periods of Polecat cut three miles east of the decided two cases that were appealed financial stress and at the same time oity under suoh suspicious circum Â¬ from the courfcsjof this county One maintaining the good will and busi- Â¬ stances as to justify the belief that was the case of Ji H Moore and ness of a constantly increasing number it was not the work of novices in the Benjamin MoDonald vs George W of patrons can readily appreoiate the Reynolds and the other that of John compliment which the direotors have xailroad business The train consisted of a baggage White jrs administrator vs the paid to the officers by according car a combination and daycoaohand Louisville and Nashville Railroad them so many re elections tho Presi- Â¬ MAIN BROADWAY It was nearly Company dent for seventeen years and the xl Pullman sleeper three quarters of an hour late In the first named suit Moore and Cashier for more than a quarter of a and was coming down the grade at a McDonald who were sureties on a century After the meeting Col lively rate of speed when the engi- Â¬ note of Reynolds in the State Rodman in accordance with his cus- Â¬ neer Pope McKenna of Louisville National Bank for 48975 sought by tom to celebrate the event invited one of the best men in the railroads attaohment and sale of a tract of 48 the direotors and a few friends to employ who kept his usual sharp acres of land whioh Reynolds had dine with him at his home on the look out saw at a sudden turn in bought of the Woodruff heirs and to South Side Iphe menu of which was YOU are cordially invited to call and the road ahead an obstruction upon whom there was still owing 175 to as follows the track He quickly reversed the recover the amount they had to pay Spring Lamb Ham Middling and Beans Green said securities examine our- lever and with the fireman Red the bank as gave judgment to The Cymlings Peus Tomatoes New Potatoes Radishes Onions Cucumbers the court Griffin also of LouiBville jumped lower JOllves Toasts Asparagus Assorted Cakes Â¬ to the ground but it was too late plaintiffs but dissolved the attach Â¬ Strawberries Cream Coffee Cigars Magnificent Display of House Furnishings however to avert the damage for the ment and the Court of Appeals re There were covers for twenty as the obstruction versed the case Btruck engine Carpets Rugs Chamber Suits The second case was for damages follows jumped the rails and fell over against Rev EA Pdniok Rev W C Tay bag in the sum of 40000 alleged to have lor Judge George V Payne J S the side of the deep out The Mattings Folding Beds gage oar and combination coach fol-Â¬ been sustained by the father of GaineMIonSs HL JJavi of George- en- Â¬ White in the death of his son who lowed and piled up against the town Hon H P Turner and John Â¬ Linoleums Hall Racks gine but the day coaoh and sleeper was killed June 3 1891 by the rail- Sohlamp of Henderson Col Lewis road while in the employ of the were not derailed The excitement E Harvie Col R P Pepper James Lace Curtain Side Boards Among the passengers was indescrib Rock Crushing Company at Benson Church Wash Ohrutcher T J Jett nana 129129 K9Q9 The Court of Common Pleas gave able the ladies screaming and the nana peremptory instructions in favor of Horace Posey J M Saffell W S caaa Portiers 0309 gentlemen making frantio efforts to Book Cases Dehoney W M Saffell John W raise windows to effect their escape the railroad and the jury according- Rodman A W Macklin R P Pep- Â¬ China Silks In a few moments though it was all ly returned a verdict and this verdict per jr and E Polk Johnson of this Extension Tables passengers standing in the Court of Appeals affirmed over and the oity Muslins safety on the ground The engineer Chairs Rockers Col Rodman is a splendid host and An Old Coin his ankle and was broke one bone of his guests were made to feel at home bruised about the head and the fire Â¬ Mr W D Hawes found a few days in the enjoyment of his hospitality Wall Papers And Wood Mantels man was also badly bruised but ago on his place near Stedmantown Aside from these and a bruise of his an English copper eoin of tho issue No trouble to make your selection as our Stock in each de- Tight side and arm that Mr Al of 1776 during the reign of George 5D05ES25MMjBjMMMMBi partment is the largest southof the Ohio river Our Smith of Louisville a passenger the 3d On one side it bears the head well known in this city and who waB of King George with the inscription Prices Guaranteed the Lowest on his way here to visit his relatives George III Rex 1770 and on the sustained by being thrown- - forward reverse side is the image of the God- Â¬ and then baokward against the cor- Â¬ dess Ceres with an inscription sur- Â¬ ner of a seat while in the aot of pull Â¬ rounding which has become obliter- Â¬ Cares Consumption Coughs Croup Soro on a Guarantee ing the bell cordwno others as far as ated The coin is about the size of a Throat Sold by all Druggists Shilohs Porous For a Lame Side Back or Chert received any injury silver quarter and in a fair state of Plaster will jive great ftathfaction 3 cents oould be learned Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies Investigation showed preservation It was evidently lost whatever VITALBZER SHILOHS Chattanooga Tenn saya T S Hawkins that a large piece of timber had by some of the early settlers who re- Â¬ MrsShflohs VWalizer SAVED MY LIFE 1 been put upon the traok by some sided in the vicinity of tho old Innes MflTdQCXUTT uuStrsQCAitrrr persons who evidently had evil de Â¬ fort troublo It excels Price 75 cm signs either against the company or HILOHSlkCATARRH In Glass ihe passengers but what they meant o realize unless revenge for some WANTED REMEDY fancied injuries could not be discov- Â¬ Thats tho way Dr Pierces Pleas Â¬ Have you Catarrh Try thta Remedy Itwlll Salary or Commission Paid Weekly ant Pelletscome And its more Thia In and Cure you ered It was known there were a portant point than you think im relievofor Itesuooeeaful Prico 60 ota furnishedÂ¬ steady work reliable stock outfit free no ex treatment is It perience needed CREAM Write for terms and testi number of passengers from this oity keepB them fresh and reliable unlike jector ebflohs Remedies are sold by us oa a free Refer to this paper monials guarantee to give eatlsf action on board the train returning from the ordinary pills in oheap wooden J B NELLISCO For sale by W McKee Hardie NURSERYMEN ROCHESTER the Lexington races including Col orpasteboard boxes a NY April 15 9t HALLS OLD STAND Theyre put up in better way and Jan 28 ly Messrs Frank Hallo X P Tarlton they act in a oetter way than the YEARS FOR ran Will Qrayot Philip Carpenter huge old fashioned pills No grip- Â¬ Has led all Worm Remedies SADDLE R Prootor ing no violence no reaction after and Mr and Mrs John ward that sometimes leaves you EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED and the news of the occurrence when worse off than before In that way SOLI EVERYWHERE first received here occasioned great they ouro permanently Siok head Â¬ CO STLOCTS rrvpwwlbrRICRiHDSOlfTAYLOBHKD Before however anything ache bilious headache constipation alarm NO 156 TIKCE- definite could be learned or assist Â¬ indigestion bilious attacks and all derangements of National Sadalo Horse Register ance rendered the passengers who and bowels are the liver stomach prevented relieved rs Meeting were obliged to trudge their way in Â¬ and cured Sired by the Great Roscoe to the oity on foot arrived to oalm Theyre tiny sugar coated granules inquiring rela Â¬ a compound of refined and concenÂ¬Â¬ - Istdam the anxious fears of rnnEitE will de a meeting of STOCK- byDeauty No604NSHR JL holders ol Frankfort and Flat Creek Turntrated vegetable extracts the small by Made 2d dam tives and friends lwi nil 1wl vut iiv urn f111 uuuir ui 11 oclock trta n ujuii iimu iiuuu est in size the easiest to take and by American Clay Wednesday May 10th 1693 for the election of 3d dam The special on which the members the oheapost pill you can buy for ofllcers and the transaction of other business Â¬ Note Foaled in 1888 dark bay with black ofthe Legislature wore returning from theyre guaranteed to give satisfac that may come before the meeting points KM hands high Fine mane and tall with L A HARROD their exoursion to Loxingtou that day tion or your money is returned You 334 MAIN STREET lots of style and a horse of wonderful bone subPros DEN MARSHALL stance- and endurance Ills breeding traces to Secy and Trens and which it was at first supposed in pay only for the good you getbe JuBt such great saddle horses as Roscoe Blue Jeans Theres nothing likely to 3 Rob Roy G2 Denmark F 8 this oity was the wreoked train was as good and CopperbuP FRANKFORT KY tomF S following the 0 0 at suoh oloso TERMS Will make the season nt Belle Grove CHINN W Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at distance that it was necessary for the Plants AGENTB local and travel- Â¬ conductor and brakesmen to hasten ing at once to sell Orna15 FOR A LIVING COLT noses mental Shrubs I have a fine lot of oabbago and baok and place torpedoes on the AfgEQISJXrg JLW A cash promlum of 225 will be given for the best tomato plants for sale Orders oan enca unnecWHry Salary and espouses tmid traok for the speoial to stop A part be colt by him foal of 94 See stud card for lull Â¬ reÂ¬ Bros weekly left to the oity head with Ellwanger HeoneyWhite quired Permunejit portions No securitygood Will practice in all State Courts Of pedigree o of the mombors walkod Must furnish references as to ShQvv or James Fashion will be shown In Frankfort April character Court Day Tide second floor Custom House sbut a number waited and wero re L B Marshall CHARLES tl OnlSK Rochester N Y SOUTH TRIMBLE Mar 4 3111 Mar 20 2ro i Jan 30 1 j garded by a switoh engine and coaoh Mention this paper The annual meeting of the stock- Â¬ a few holders of the Farmers Bank and its branehes in Georgetown and Hen- Â¬ derson took place at the home bank in thiB city last Monday Judge George V Payne J S Gaines and Hon S M Davis represented the bank at Georgetown and Hon H F Turner and John Sohlamp the bank at Henderson The directors of last Will last you ten years or more in good order Call and see them year wero re eleotod and they then also the new large and clean stock of Hardware offered by re elected the former officers of the bank viz Thomas Rodman Presi Â¬ To buy a Cheap Lawn Mower that wears only months where the Pennsylvania Lawn Mower M P GRAY Lexington Ky Hardware Merchant BRDWERSCOTTFRAZEE Â¬ Â¬ BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE WZWWW WORMS WHITES 20 ALESM E Â¬ Â¬ VERMIFUGE Â¬ H a MATTEE1T STALLION FASHION Flitimiitr 1 J JR L WANTED Â¬ -- Â¬ 0f dtiMtikfo jWUu m 1 iAij 2 I J Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money fu Greneral X iigtrt stxid IKCearvy IE3axa-w-arW all Paper Harness SaddLlersr Paints Oils amisih Saslx IDoors Blinds Svagons S urx5es Iron Eoofing Grlass Brushes Cement Plaster Sewer Pipe Pliie Pipe vire jRocIs Salt Iron Lime Tools 3 arden Harness Leather Lace uutlery Pirns Spokes Pope Pishingr Tackle OLeather and Pinder ZMIo e -7- i s7-heels Twine 0 uaranteed Hose and La wn werfe 3cc Walter Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr Frank Halloran was in Lexing Â¬ ton this week Col Frank S Owens of Maysville was here Wednesday Judge A E Richards of Louisville was in the city this week Mrs Bassett of Cleveland Ohio is visiting her sister Mrs Geo Darsie Mr Lyman Graham of Cynthiana spent Monday in this city visiting relatives Mr Western B Thomas of Ander- Â¬ son Indiana is visiting his mother and sisters MissesKate and Elodie Helm of Elizabethtown are the guests of Miss Kate Green Mr and Mrs Tom Hoaglandand W 0 Mize and wife were in Lexing- Â¬ ton Saturday Judge Ben G Williams and wife made a brief visit to friends in Mt Sterling Monday Senator J S Wortham has removed his family from this city back to their home at Leitchfield Mrs Lucas Broadhead of Wood burn farm Spring Station visited friends here this week Mrs Ed M Goberand children left Monday for a short visit to her father in Bullitt county Major L W McKee of Lawrence burg was hero Monday in attendance on the Court of Appeals Mr David Meriwether of Louis Â¬ ville was shaking hands with his old friends here on Thursday Mrs Baes wife of Representative Bass of Todd county has returned to the city after a visit to hor home Mrs Harlow wife of Hon U G Harlow of Barren county and their daughter Miss Betfcie were here this week MisBes Daisy and Henrietta Black Â¬ burn of Spring Station visited Mrs Joseph H Lewis on the South Side this week Mr Walter Elrod of Louisville who formerly lived here was in the city Wednesday with the charter delegation Mrs James M Todd jr of Louis- Â¬ ville is the guest of her husbands parents Mr and Mrs James M Todd on Wapping street County Judge J M Posey of Lawrenceburg was in the city Tues- Â¬ day the guest of his son Mr W H Posey on the South Side Mr James A Violett has removed from Bellepoiht into the residence on St Clair street formerly occupied by Dr S F Smith deceased Miss Sally Theobald has severed her connection with Hoyts Hole in the Ground Company and has sign ed with Edward Rice in his play of 1492 JL Wood M A- - C E COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank in Lexington Miss Ruby Macklin spent Tuesday Democratic successor to Col John Barret the Postmaster of that city Gen D W Lindsey was in Louis- Â¬ was here Wednesday in tho interest ville Thursday Mrs Winn of Winchester is visit- Â¬ ing Miss Kate Sanders Mr J Buford Hendrick has re- Â¬ turned from New York Mr D E OSullivan of Louisyillo was in the city this week MrOharles Turner of Mt Sterling was in the city Thursday Miss Susan Brown has returned from a visit to Henderson Mrs Tom Griffin of Louisville is visiting relatives in this city Mr George Keith of Maysville was here this week on a business trip Mrs George Reasor was in Cincin Â¬ nati this week visiting her parents Prof Al Wolf has returned to Cin- Â¬ cinnati to resume bis residence there Miss Moore of Georgetown is tho guest of her sister Mrs 0 R Crutch of the charter Miss Mary Hale and her cousin Miss Rosa Hale of Mayfleld and Messrs James Banta Taylor Hocken smith and Roy Williams attended the Young Peoples Society of Chris- Â¬ tian Endeavor Convention at Lexing- Â¬ ton last Friday and Saturday CARRIES Society Events Misses Sally and Mary Holt gave a tea at their home on the South Side Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Clara Fowler of Big Stone Gap tl e guest of Mrs Caswell Bennett Those present besides Miss Fowler and Mrs Bennett were Misses Kate Green and Christine Reynolds Messrs John Welch Tony Carroll George Alexan Â¬ der Dr W E Baxter and T N Lind eey opp OF- - hit HANDSOME PATTERNS Pat McDonald and Mrs John Monday evening given Tjy the young T Buckley went to Cincinnati Mon ladies for the benefit of the new organ fund of tho First Presbyterian day Mrs Col Onus E Hoge was at the Gait Rose House in Louisville Thursday and er There Was a large attendance at the tea at Mrs James M Todds Friday Mr Lawrence White of Mt Ster Â¬ ling was in the city this week visit- Â¬ Col Joe B Reed Doorkeeper of the Senate who fell and injured himself In this city last week was taken to his homo in Louisville Tuesday ac-Â¬ companied by his wife and son Mrs Logan McKee after a visit here to her parents returned home to Cincinnati Tuesday She was accom- Â¬ panied by her niece Miss Flossie French who will make her a visit of several weeks Mrs T Fred Carter of San Fran Â¬ cisco is the guest of Mrs H H Wat son on Wapping street Mrs Carters husband who is now connected with the United States Navy formerly lived in this city Â¬ ing friends Mrs J Johnson of Georgetown is visiting her father Dr J A Lucy on Ann street Mrs B W Duke and Mrs Temple of Louisville were in this city on Saturday last Miss Ollie B Suttlos of Benson is the guest of Miss Lottie Conway on the South Side Mr George Todd of Louisville was in the city this week visiting his sis Â¬ ter Mrs Sam B Holmes Mrs Charles Ellwanger went to Cincinnati Thursday on a brief trip of business and pleasure Mrs W T Havens and daughter Miss Florine returned to their home at Mt Sterling yesterday Mr Jos LeCorapte and sister Miss Maggie LeOompte of Lexington vis- Â¬ ited their friends here this week Miss Nellie Orbison returned homo Wednesday from a visit to her aunt Mrs W L Cannon near Midway Mr James Buttimer of New Castle who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city returned home Monday Mrs Cornelia Bush accompanied by her granddaughter Cornelia Gor- Â¬ don went to Chicago Wednesday to visit her daughter Mrs Fulton Gor- Â¬ don Messrs Tom Church L P Tarlton W W Longmoor Harry Stanton and Hal Corbett were among a num Â¬ ber of visitors to Lexington Thurs- Â¬ day Miss Dasio Cox of Frankfort daughter of Hon Leonard J Cox member of the Legislature from Franklin county is a thorough musi cian and most accomplished violinist Illustrated Kentucldan Miss Mabel Clark of Cincinnati is visiting her father in this city Mr Clark is the book keeper at E H Distilling Companys Taylor jr office and is stopping at Mrs Flor Â¬ ence Garretts on the South Side Mr Charles P Weaver of Louis ville member of the Board of Alder Â¬ men and genorally accredited as the Â¬ Misses Kate Green and Church Crittenden presided at the flower stand Misses Lettie Rodman Pickett Johnson and Pauline Brown served the lemonade and Rutn Ely May Pepper Bettle Keenon Bessie Hardin and Miss Zigler were the waitresses The young ladies of the Southern Presbyterian Church gave an enter Â¬ tainment last night at the residence of Mr Joseph Robinson on the South Side Strawberries ices and cakes were served and a large attend Â¬ ance insured the financial success 6f the entertainment Little Miss Gladys Rodman cele- Â¬ brated her fourth birthday Wednesday afternoon by an entertainment to about forty of her little friends The children danced and enjoyed the ga mes devised for them and concluded the festivities with refreshments of ice cream cakes and candy Mr Robert Stone on the occasion of his twentieth birthday aBsiBted by his sister MIbs Lena Stone and her guest MisB Dora Smith of Ver sallies celebrated the event Wednes- Â¬ day evening by entertaining a large number of his friends at his mothers home on Conway street South Side Little Miss Janie Watson enter- Â¬ tained by games and refreshments a number of her friends at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Howe Watson Wednesday afternoon Â¬ XvOT PRICES R ROGERS SON f 4 D Mur 18 VITIUTHI17 For remoTiog Stamps and liocki Jfor Quarry men and Well diggers Bfe easily handled and cheap For full information and price address -- t I I I uv i I K IT V i l i v Iit n llll y 3 lr WORLDS AIR NOTES A Pew Pointers About Chicago As a great many readers of the Roundabout will make their first trip to Chicago during the Worlds Illinois Nabora writeB Kentucky most one solid sore Two boxes of Dr Hales Household Ointmont healed it entirely From Olivo Hill Ky Mrs MJ Matney writes May 13 1892 My daughter has been afflicted with jrysipelas in her eyes from infanoy She is now past 12 years old and one 25c box has cured her It costs no more to get the best Got a box at 1 P H Cakpenter8 drug store 111 Mrs II J I have been using your remedies for scrofula and am greatly benefited My back was al Â¬ From Danvillle Dr Hales Xaauteiioial Oiximent and NrJiria magicKHeuroatism Cares Salt Piles like the finest remedy ia the world ft absolutely caree catarrh It cures T nuts Rheum m the moeitWng manner Cures ranulted Eyelids lafiatoed and Can be Oturee Gouffk aadOelda taken internally A positive spectfle for Pneumonia Chtie Bnttoee Burns GhUfclains Sores ofloafc standing Ooww and Bunione are cured quiokjy different from all else superior to all ehte it has Beeqwal 1 and 0o boxes Large etee cheapest Sold at OaJtFUN druK ster 8 Curos few pointers regarding be geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ ciated In the first place fix firmly in your mind that Lake Michigan forms the eastern boundary of the entire city and if you stand facing the lake with both arms outstretched the left hand will point to the north nnd the right hand will point straight down the tracks of tho Big Four route to tho Worlds Fair buildings situated at the southern end of the city Pasto this in your hat and you have tho key to the entire situation Coming into Chicago on trains of tho Big Four Route which is the only railroad having an entrance on the south side along the lake front where all the hotels and boarding houses are located you will find yourself passing practically through the expo- Â¬ sition grounds and a magnificent pan Â¬ oramic view of the fair is obtained At the Worlds Fair station of the Big Four route if you step off at tho right side you are at the entrance gate to the exposition and can begin doing the Fair at once If you step off on the left side you will find your self in the finest resident portion of Chicago and right in the midst of the Worlds Fair hotel and boarding house district The chances are ten to one that you will be within a few minutes walk of tho very plaoe you have seleoted for your headquarters If you prefer to go down town ten minuteB ride will bring you to tho new Twelfth Street station in tho heart of the oity Now bear in mind the manifest advantage of entering Chicago on the Big Four route In the first place you avoid entirely tho bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬Â¬ fer aoross the city whioh is neces sary via all other lines being landed dircotly at tho exposition grounds an advantage offered by no other line and in the second plaqe you can so fix the- geography of tho city in your mind that you will at once bo come as familiar with Chicago as you are with your own town Another point in favor of the Fanva Queen Orescent routi Louisville- Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ohio Ry or Bal- Â¬ Ry Chesapeake timore Ohio S W R R connection is made in Union depot avoiding the disagreeable transfer necessary via all other lines For full particulars D B Martin address General Passenger agent Cincinnati- - Big Four route is found in the fact that if you enter Cincinnati on the Wanted Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of OttoB Cure whioh we are distributing free of charge and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con- Â¬ sumption and ail diseases of the throat and lungs It will stop a cough quicker than any known vemody Wewilkuarantee lb to cure you If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief Dont delay but got Large size 60c a trial bottle free Sold by Chapman Williams 4G M taw i - - V3 Is Marriage a FailuroP Have you been trying to get the beHt out of oxistenco without health in your family Have you been woaring out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and indigestion Aro you sleepless at nlght7 Do you awake in the morning folding languid with coated tongue and sallow haggard looks Dont do lt A uhout in the camp tolls bow Aunt Fannys Health Roatorer has cured others it will cuie you Trial Largo size 50o at package free Chapman Williams 40 mm f M m salo Two good1 second hand buggioBfor 30 at tf mabtin Bros ANNOUNCEMENT - For Assessor are authorized to nnnoonco M B DORTKN or n candidate for AB wsor of Franklin eountjr subject to jthe action o the Dewoaratlo party We MayOImf j Dont v Ruin Your Eyes Sterling Silverware 55 CXKiCOKfi IN Electro Plated Ware St allowing Incompetent ontlclans anil pildlirs lit ClltlOIl self stjlpd scientific them The optician should graduate undhiivo his dlpoma of quultl- - sw -- k Mr m A Soup Ladles Berry Spoons Preserve Spoons Cream Ladles Gravy Ladles Olive Spoons Forks Cold Meat Forks MWp tmmfimmWmmwSK jMk HSfflV 33C0 3 Marble Onyx Bronze i Tea Sets Water Sets Baking Dishes Berry Bowls Salad Bowls Cake Eyes examined with tho Oculists Test Case and the modern Improved sclentlllc Instruments ftanos Accurately Fitted to the Face bum or wuter sight blur and your glasses dont suit come nnO Golo SatUtactlon guaranteed consult me glasses h specialty Should your hend ache eyes Horse Raddish Spoons Bon Bon Spoons Butter Knives Sugar Spoons VEBSKHy 1000to 2000 SILVER WATCHEd GOLD TILLED WATCHES SIVS 60 to Warranted for 20 years SOLID GOiiD WATCHES Iron and Wood Gases AT Fruit Stands E O ZEHAGEN Graduate Optician at M A Selberts St Clair street Frankrort Kv Monday Tuesday and Wednesday May 29 80 and 81 Pickle Forks Strawberry Forks Souvenir Spoons etc Ice Tubs Pickle Dishes trom 25 00 to 12500 The lowest Prices TkfiL cers and designation of the place of Top Drawer next annnal meeting after which tho LOCAL State House penitentiary and all More Than Pour Hundred Doetors other points of interest will be visited Mr Charles Newton The West Â¬ Will Probably Attend the An Â¬ This will be followed at night by a ern Union Telegraph Company apbanquet at the Capital Hotel for pointed Mr Charles Newton to the nual Sleeting on Next which no pains or expense will be vacancy of manager of their tele Â¬ Wednesday spared to provide everything that graph office in this city vice Miss AN OUTLINE OF THE PROGRAMME will add to the appetizing enjoy- Â¬ Fanny Taylor who resigned to make ment On Friday morning there will her home in Cincinnati with her The State Medical Association be a small amount of business mother Mr Newton is a gentleman which had its birth in this city nearÂ¬ needing attention and completion of long experience in telegraphy and ly half a century ago will hold its and by noon that day the Association his appointment will give general annual session hero next week From will have adjourned and passed into satisfaction and insure the efficient the beginning of eleven physicians history conduct of the business of his office and among them Doctors W O and He entered upon his duty last MonLewis Sneed brothers and practition- Â¬ Tho Verdict Unanimous day ers in this city the Association has Changes op Prison Guards Capt It pleaSes the lawyer and his client grown to include almost tho entiro peni ordiot of the jury regular medical profession of the too to have the great jury composed H Clay Payne a guard at theyears A unanimous tentiary in this city for twelve State It numbers about 600 and in of tho American public has rendered Monday its progress and results will take an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales was removed by the Warden and Mr Frank Egbert appointed to equal rank with other institutions in Household Cough Cure as a medicine vacancy to agreeing the States of like oharter and aims cure for that its promises of a speedy succeed the coughs colds and bronchial This county reIt has been about twelve years since troubles are always carried out to Postmasters appointments of post Â¬Â¬ the Association met in this city but the letter This pleasant verdict has ceived two new groat the meeting next week promises to not been obtained without cough pains masters this week J C Bridges of cure taken to make it the best surpass the former meeting to such on tho market Try a bottle when Elmville and W H Poe of Swallow an extent both in attendance and en Â¬ you have a oough or cold and you field La Joya At Lexington Monday tertainment as to leave no room will belong to the unanimous ever after For sale by P H Cabpbntbr La Joya Col Jas A Peppers Hindoo ibr any comparison with it 1 drnggistv - filly won the Melbourne Stud Stake At least two thirds of the members The Mexican Orchestra have signified their intention of being worth 3450 Isaao Murphy rode the filly present and a large number of these will bring their wives and daughters The celebrated Mexican Typical Stealing Logs On Tuesday John Orchestra composed of twelve of the There will also be with them Tolerof Lee county had Jesse Oliven visiting physicians from finestmusioians in Mexico en route of the same county jailed in this o from the city of the Montezumas to Nashville St Louis Cincinnati city on the charge of stealing logs be- Â¬ the Worlds Fair at Chicago gave two from him New York and Philadelphia The hearing will take dsides a large number of men engaged concerts at the Opera House in this place to day in making surgical instruments city Thursday afternoon and night Re elected Superintendent drugs and orthoopedio applianoes which were well attended and appre Tuesday night the School Board did For the last named class applications ciated by the lovers of good music in the proper thing by unanimously re- Â¬ for more space to exhibit their goods this city The band was attired in electing Prof McHenry Rhoads Su Â¬ have been requested than at any Mexican picturesque uniforms and perintendent of the Frankfort City previous meeting and ample pro- Â¬ the programme though not made upÂ¬ Schools Prof Rhoads is an efficient visions have been made for all who of olassioal selections was neverthe educator who has made great prog Â¬ less as rendered absolutely perfect in may come ress towards the perfection of the The first arrivals will probably ap Â¬ instrumentation far more exquisitely public school system of this city and pear on the late train Tuesday night delightful and enjoyable to those in the retention of his Borvices by tho and by 1030 oclock on Wedeesday tho audience who were not profession- Board is generally complimented by morning the oity will be thronged al musicians The Saxaphone solo the patrons of the schools Â¬ with the visitors They will be met and solos of Yoventina Rosas Mex Burglar Tuesday night about composer and violinist and at the depot by tho Reception Com Â¬ icos great 830 oclock Miss Miller a daughter mittee consisting of Doetors J Q A the danoing of Marmelita were the W Stewart U V AVilliams James Ely special features of the performance of Mr George Side Miller on MurrayÂ¬ street South was greatly alarm and Waller Dado and escorted to the which elicited repeated encores ed while in a room up stairs by see Capital Hotel where they will regis Â¬ ing a man crawl from under tho bed All Proo ter and find a oommittee in attend Â¬ Those who have used Dr Kings and jump from the second story win- Â¬ ance to provide homes for those who New Discovery know its value and may bring wita them any of the lady those who have not have the oppor-Â¬ dow It was supposed that he had himself there during members of their families tunity to try it free Call on the adve secreted tho intention of robbing tho day with the The court roomwhioh will undergo tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle house but whether white or colored and addross the young lady could not determine special preparationwill be the hall of free Send your name Chicago Co to H E JBucklen and the meeting and at twelve oclook get a Bam pie box of Dr Kings New She rallied from her fright and an- Â¬ but all president Arch Dixon of Henderson Life Pills Free as well a copy of nounced tho burglars escape unavail Â¬ efforts so capture him were will sound the call to order and make Quide to Health and Housohold In- ing All of a few remarks pertinent to the occa structor Free do you good which is Funeral Rev J K P South will guaranteed to and cost siont Hon W J Hendriok Attorney-- nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug preach the funeral of J JSmith who General was drowned in Benson creek last 4 will doliver the address Store winter at Antiooh Church next Sunof weloomo after which an informal An Important Dioision AfTeoting day morning at eleven oolook reception and exchange of personal Worlds Pair Traffic Ninety Years Old On Tuesday greetings will precede the adjourn Â¬ May 2d Mr John P Dailey of this ment for dinner As is well known the tracks of tho county his ninetieth celebrated The business of tho Association Big Four Route entering Chicago birthday by giving a dinner to his will begin that afternoon andthe pass direotly in view of the Worlds family ana friends Those present papers prepared on speoial subjects Fair buildings in order that passen besides the family were Judge L gers may bo landed at the entrance R A Steele and will bo read and discussed at length gate arrangements have boon made Hord Capt The 0 guests spent Mrvery W Leitoh a by the members Upon adjournment under which all trains of the Big pleasant day talking ovor old timoB that afternoon tne Association will Four Route will stop at tho Midway with Mr Dailey and enjoyed a splen- Â¬ in proceed to the Feeble minded Insti Plaisance immediately tho front of did dinner the main entrance so Worlds tute whore a reception will bo given Fair enabling passengers to enter J M Foley Yesterday Chief of officer Henry Williams to them by Dr and Mrs J Q A the Exposition grounds directly from Police arrested J and Foley a tramp M Brown Stewart That night there will be a tho Big Four trains an advantago who was said to havo been loiloring grand hop given in honor of tho offered by no other lino from the around the scene of tho railroad South wrook at Polecat Out Foley was Association by tho young gentlemen in jail on U S A San placed who may tho ohargo of a sub of Frankfort The bost music that Captain Swflonoy peot Shilohs Catarrh perpetrating the have boon guilty of oan bo procured and the grace and Diego Oal says will wrook Remedy is the first medioine I havo havo an examination toand hewhen day beauty of tho resident sooiety and over found that would do mo any Price 50 cents Sold by W tho reasons for the arrest will bo visiting ladieB will bo present to in Â¬ good made known 21 spire and complete the evenings on- - MoKeo Hardio Administrator John Gibson on Joyment Wednesday qualified before the iron DYSPEPSIA Thursday morning and afternoon Indigestion und Stomach disorders talco Court with J Brown Taylor as sure Â¬ IIUOWNS IIION HITTKKS will bo devoted to tho regular order All dealers keep It 81 por bottlo Genulno bos ty as the administrator of the estate of Wm Gibson doooased of business and tho eleotion of offi trado niark and crowed red lines on wrapper STATE ASSOCIATION JwrXesar Deaths THE COUNTY COURT Â¬ Â¬ two-year-old Butter Dishes At lowest prices Â¬ Hon Posey D Ball mem- Â¬ Question of County Taxes on Cor ber of the Houbo from Henderson porate Property for a Num Â¬ was summoned home yesterday by ber of Years Past De Â¬ the sad intelligence of the sudden cided death of his father Hon O O Ball a Ball Â¬ Â¬ prominent citizen and several times County Judge Williams has had Mayor of that city who during the past winter made a number of visits under trial before him all this week hero in tho interest of tho charter of the question of the liability of corthird class cities in which Henderson porations for county taxes for a num is included ber of previous years in which it was alleged they escaped by claiming Rosson Mr W S Rossons son died of heart trouble exemption The turnpike companies on Wed Tho funeral Thursday morning W nesday after all the evidence had services were conducted by Rev O Taylor yesterday morning at the been adduced were held liable as family residence on Wilkinson street follows and an order entered that County Clerk Smith make the as a sessment viz Matrimonial Â¬ Â¬ I Ohi--cag- Porter Smith Charles Porter and Katie Smith both colored were granted marriage license Tuesday Johnson Sheets Dudley JohnBOn and Ellen Sheets were united in matrimony Thursday morning at the residence of Mr J W Rankin on thr South Side Rev H G Hender son officiating The couple left soon after the ceremony for Graefenburg their home Abbott Gross The Courier-Journof Thursday says that John Abbott and Mary Jane Gross of this county eloped and were married in Jeffersonville Indiana Wednesday J O Booth accompanied them Â¬ al m Â¬ Bollepoint Miss Annie Ohoate returned home Friday evening from a visit to LouisÂ¬ ville Mr Victor Wilcoxsin of Christians burg was here on a business trip Sat- Â¬ urday Â¬ Â¬ Mr J W Gilpin is erecting a dwell- Â¬ ing house on Orutcher street Mr James Brawner lost a very val- Â¬ uable Diamond Wednesday night O Columbus Mclnally has returned once more to Bellepoint We hope and trust the pulsations of the great heart of Bellepoint will become narrowed since Crutohers taxes are paid Who will be next Mr and Mrs E M Hayes have re turned from a pleasant trip to Grand Rapids Michigan Â¬ The Louisville Turnpike Co on all its corporate property at 4200 for each of the years 1888 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 Tho Forks of Elkhorn Turnpike Co on two toll houses at 250 for each of the years 1888 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 The Frankfort Devils Hollow and Benson Turnpike Co on toll houses at 350 for each of the years J8S8 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 Tho Frankfort and Glens Creek Turnpike on all its corporate proper- Â¬ ty at 1292 for 1882 The Franklin and Owen Turnpike Co on all its property at 1915 for each of the years 1888 1889 1890 1891 and 1892 As to the case against the Ken- Â¬ tucky River Mills Co the informa- Â¬ tion referring to 1832 1883 1884 1885 and 1886 was dismissed on the ground that the company had a con- Â¬ tract for those years to pay State taxes in lieu of all other taxation For 1887 and 1888 however it was agreed that the company should be assessed at 10000 on all its real estate for Since 1883 the each of said years company has been paying the county on advalorern tax on all their proper- Â¬ ty The cases against the Water and Gas companies and Farmers Branch and Deposit banks are yet to be heard and the cases against the Frankfort and State National banks are now under advisement and will be docided to day or Monday These national banks having been or- Â¬ ganized since the passage of the Hewitt law in 1886 and not actually though contract accepting the tacitly doing so by paying their State taxes as other banks in lien of other taxation are giving tho ques- Â¬ tion of their liability great doubt and if taxed will probably carry an appeal to the highest courts m w Â¬ Â¬ While Mr T J Richoy of AL on Mo was traveling in Kansas he was taken violently ill with cholera mor- Â¬ bus He called at a drug store to get some medicine aud the druggist recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remody so highly he conoludod to try it The result was immediate relief and a few doses oured him completely It is made for bowel complaint and nothing oIbo It never fails For sale by J W Gayle 35 lm m i Â¬ capos A big out on prices 35 2t Sam D Johnson Jaokets and Capos Special sale of spring jackets and Co Real Estate Transfers Thos D Hulette and wife to S A Hulette for 25 their right and title to lands of their father J J Huletto Ginghams Special sale for Tuesday and Wed Â¬ nesday May 9th and 10th A big dis- Â¬ count given 35 Â¬ lt Sam D Johnson m Co 1CWH Novelty Dross Goods prices 35 Wo offer a fino stock at vory low 2t SAMD JOHN80N Co S tltCvJtJ fx5tVtXitrj I Ioot Ur cs CtOTJB X wssflil SJi1 m v I I mVstw Aflw wgiHIiB vmtr lAM All Wool Suitings yards of stylish all wool suit Â¬ ings 38 inches wide at 49 cents worth 60 and 65 cents 400 35 2b Sam D Johnson Co and all BROWNS If you worn out feel weak IRON BITTERS take ftSQrOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE An airroeablo Lasatlvo and NEUVE TONIC Sold by DriiffRMta or sent by mall 25o60o and SlCODor package Samples I roo Wffa Tho Favorlto TOOTH T077D13 VA 1VIJ JOLUforthoToethandllrcaUuiKo i For sale by W McKee Hardie n HALLS OLD STAND Jan23 lr v ir 4 rv v r k Dealers in Vhicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H H Babcoek New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio Co MeLStin Brotners 9 We are agents for and keep a large stock of Studebaker and Old Hick ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made We have about 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clo-Â¬ ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices m t s i W Examine our Stock Before Purchasing FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFOUT MAY 6 1893 THE LOUISVILLE CHARTER Â¬ It is Defeated in the House Thurs day by a Vote of 44 Teas to 48 Nays b The Louisville charter was defeated Thursday afternoon in the House by a vote of 44 yeas to 48 nays The delegation of citizens to the number of 360 repeated on Wednesday the visit of last week and arguments before the House Committee similar to the arguments last week before the Senate Committee were made that afternoon by Judge A P Humphrey Mr John M Atherton and Mr James P Helm A great deal of interest was manifested on both sides of the question of sustaining the Governors veto Messrs Quigley Pettic Peak Botts Bennett Hanks OMeara and Halberb and others speaking Thursday and favoring that position and Messrs Whitaker Dickson Gay May and others opposing it Bashaw The defeat of the measure now precludes the chance of passing any charter having a taxing clause in it based on incomes license or fran chies in lieu of an advalorera tax up- Â¬ on all real and personal property And makes it necessary for Louisville to prepare and submit another char- Â¬ ter eliminating all features objection- Â¬ able to the Governor It is therefore probable that Independence day will still find the Legislature doing busi Â¬ ness at the same old stand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE RAILROAD SWITCH An Editorial in the Argus in Which all Good CitizenB Should Con cur Endorsed Â¬ The Argus of this week contained an editorial on the future of this city in relation to its manufacturing in- Â¬ terests which the Koundabout reprints and heartily endorses There is no denying the fact that the switch in the Governors alley to the eleva- Â¬ tor of Miles Son has not only not been an injury to any bodys proper- Â¬ ty around it but to the contrary has caused a marked improvement in the condition and appearance of the al- Â¬ ley Instead of opposition to such a necessary mode of transportation for the mill it should have the good wish Â¬ es and encouragement of every citi- Â¬ zen Frankfort must not be hamper Â¬ ed in her growth by any one and there would certainly bo small in- Â¬ ducement for the location of any in Â¬ dustrial enterprise in a city in which a few persons can prevent the prog Â¬ ress and prosperity of a manufactory supporting out of its earnings as largo a number of men with their families Son Be rea Â¬ as the mill of Miles sonable gentlemen and as fair and publio spirited citizens desiring the advancement of the citys interests withdraw your opposition to the Son who Bwitch and enable Miles had ther plant on your street long be Â¬ fore most of you ever became tho owners of property in that vioinity to obtain this small advantage to Â¬ wards boooming a competitor for tho sale of their flour in the markets of Â¬ up his business and worked night and day to add a competing railroad The Forty Page Souvenir Edition line to Frankfort He subscribed to of the Lexington Leader to liberally from his private means build the road and in every publio Celebrate Its Fifth Birth Â¬ improvement he has been a leader looking alone to the benefits to be day He has derived to the whole city always had an opinion upon every The Lexington Leader celebrated not be changed by its fifth anniversary Sunday by the subject that could the personal appeals of street corner publication of a splendidly gotten up capitalists or the opposition to the OLD KY He is forty page illustrated edition at individuals in the enterprise and many man tractively presenting the history of an honest man divert hima from has his attempted to We a full that citys growth and progress and duty to the publio to satisfy their furnishing more news and miscel- Â¬ personal spleen against some public laneous reading matter than may be spirited citizens and in every inAND failed found in any average newspaper of stance they have business in Frank- Â¬ He has been in four times its ordinary size The fort for twenty years and his exist Â¬ And cordially ask our friends to give us a call entire work with the exception of ence has caused a fight in his own He nearly two score engravings was defense for that whole period C L GAYLE has been opposed by persons who W McKEE HARDIE performed in the Leader office with are using every effort to break him Jan 21 ly its own regular equipment which in down and drive him outside the this souvenir issue has accomplished limits a stroke of enterprise not equaled by The railroad switch from the L any newspaper in the State outside N yards to his mill does not injure any human being in Frankfort the city of Louisville The success The Executive Mansion adjoins this of the Leader which as a Republi allaVt and previous to the construc- can organ forging its way into f Ha tion of the switch no footman could Now it is ele passed respect and admiration of the Peo i vfttflrl through it mrroved and in eood condi pie in a Democratic city and State tion A manufacturing establishment has been phenomenal is a demon- Â¬ must have accommodating facilities ON MAIN STEET TO others in order stration of what a real live wide similarly to compete with not be can situated if awake and able editor and manager given or granted thethis man that in- Â¬ like Sam J Roberts can achieve He vests in such a venture must fail We have heard a great deal said is deserving of the highest praise about giving advantages to manufac- Â¬ Basement nf Capital HnteL and the Roundabout takes pleasure turing establishments to induce them in testifying to the merits of his to locate here but we hope that for which it predicts a future liberality will excel the past BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time future in the Bluegrass capital that or all will fail There is one section of Frankfort will bring to it a prosperity and inhabited largely by houses of ill power in molding thought that will fame No effort has ever been made give its name in the State and coun- Â¬ to remove them or enforce the law They exist unmo- Â¬ try wider reaching and move forcible against them lested without opposition while the significance ZDZE auHLiIEiEi X3T Miles switch thao is beneficial to every one that purchases flour or Birds of Passage raises or sells grain is denounced as a Between this ami the other side ot the broad nuisance to the public comraer Atlantic In the shape of tourist The city of Frankfort must import agents on the new life clul travelers and mariners She must rid herself of ships surgeons the fossil element so that she can ttteambout captains road ANN and all sorts und conditions of travelers advance and not be held back in the and emigrant and new settlers appreciate testify to the preventive and remedial prop- - procession ertles of Hostetters Stomach Bitters In sea nausea malaria and rheumatic There is nothing I have ever used Mckness and all disorders of the stomach for muscular rheumatism that gives trouDie Against the prejudicial bowels liver and lnlluences or climate crudely cookcu or un me as much relief as Chamberlains I have been using accustomed diet and Impuie water ii Is u Pain Balm does 99 sovereign safeguard and has been so regarded it for about two years four bottles in by the traveling public for over a third ot a century from all as occasion required and always No form of malarial fever the culentura of the Fai Mc and the broken keep a bottle of it in my home I be Â¬ The Quick Meal sales In 1891 amounted to 80242 bone fever of the Mississippi to Its mlld r lieve I know a good thing when I types can r slst the curatlvo action or this stoves hold of it and Pain Blam is the ben tenant preserver an J resorer of health a get The Quick Meul Bales Blnce Its first npDearanco veritable boon to persons In feeble health or best liniment I have evor met with on the market run up to 164955 stoves liable to Incur disease W B Denny dairyman New Lexing The Quick Meal is the only stove which offers ton Ohio 60 cent bottles for sale by absolute safety ugalnst accidents A GREAT PAPER W McKEE HARDIE DHUc GUST HALLS Â¬ DRUGS STAND FRANKFORT keep line of PATENT MEDICINES X ii 4 JACOB SWIGERT CO i Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the v i 1 Mil S31 5 five-year-o- ld OTX73ES STREET Filled STOVES AND TINWARE 236 X Alaska Charcoal Refrigerators i Tl S Â¬ w K 021 SWOVMJS ASM Â¬ The Future of Frankfort From the Western Argus J W Gayle 35 lm Louisville Races the occasion of the meeting of May 10th to 10th inclusive tho Queen Orescent and Louisville Southern will sell tickets to Louisville from all stations in Kentucky commencing May 0th and selling daily up to and including morning trains arriving at Louisville May 19th at the low rate of one and one third fare for tho round trip good to return until May 20th These races will be of exceptional interest and a large attendance is solicited by tho Association For further information apply to local agents or to D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati O Louisville Jockey Club On overburdened with manufacturing establishments and so long as it is inhabited by people opposed to de Â¬ velopment she will stand still and never advance in the march of progress reached by her sister cities The firm of Miles Son is located in our city and employ a large num Â¬ ber of men in their mill and eleva- Â¬ tors They are large tax payers and have never asked exoneration from taxation from the city Tho senior member of this firm did more to build the Kentucky Midland Railway from Frankfort to Paris than any other business man in this city Ho gave Frankfort has existed for more than one hundred years She is not Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having burners that cannot bo opened farther thau necessary Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having a tuiiK that cuinot be taken off for tilling un- Â¬ less all the burners are closed Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having an Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the nly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is In use Becnuso the Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of anti rust material Be caiyse the Quick Meal is the only stove having the needle points of the burners made of Ger Â¬ man silver which makes them absolutely inde Â¬ structible t Because the Quirk Meal is the only stove having a on the cast iron burner tops extending over rim the burner drum Hnd tubes thus protecting themaKUlnst the dripping from the cooking vessels April 22 M w Vf m CHI tf DRPRICES fe The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum NEW ST0EE HAVE J08T WK plote stock of OPENED A NEW AND COM tablersdii c buckeyeNLC OINTMENT CUBES H0TH1H0 BUT PILES A SURE rTfmOKtcimtMOKmLeaMig Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods AT 835 BROADWAY f Hellers old stand where we Invite the publio to call and see us Oar stock Is complete We are ready to sell yeu goods 36 per eent less than any house In the city April M lrn Used in Millions of Homes AiKiUMr 40 Years the Standard the ooun Eptfin DBros - nd CERTAIN CURE the REIT known for ISyaars REMEDY FOR FILM cot tstfivm w Tinin ll I1 i I1 lllflWWiWiltfilWiilSlll iBwwwwWWWM 0 E OKUTGHEE Pres J W OEUTOHEE Seoy Our good citizens and best posted men generally all agree that the extent and variety of the stock of Vehicles Harness Saddles SHOWN BV Farm Implements The Kentucky Buggy and OlE DO Harness Works RLiLi 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 roads we cant do more than hope for this to be done but That are best suited to stand the wear and tear of the roads as they are now SPECIAL One second hand 8 horse power Portable Engine and Separator 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 see us OlflE VEHICLES OF Salesroom IfiDS Factory Head of Broadway Opposite Court House i HV Vv a X v 4- i OoppersrriLtH in 9 i j - f Is headquarters for everything the WATCH CLOCK AND JEWELRY LINE The best of attention given to repair department and satisfaction guaranteed and not to be excelled in workmanship FRANKFORT JR0UNDAB0UT Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky FRANKFORT MAY 6 1858 Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ L N TIME TABLE TBAIN8 NOBTH The following time tnble i effect upon the L fe N rond tised letters for the week ending May 6 1893 Pierce Charley now iu Allen Robert Beaty Neal Perkins Mrs Jane Cole Miss Lizzie No231envoBFrankfort Ho 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 191eavos Frankfort TBAINB EAST I s BK Mack Angeline Miller Mrs Annie Susie McOloy MrsWm Wilson Emanuel Wills Dr E S Miller Spencer Pierce Billie Wills Probated When calling for these letters say Smith Reed in a will of advertised J M Sapfell P M Ambrose 28th 1892 says that after his July Mrs R C Rhea debts are paid ho bequeaths to his his es wife Annie R Reed all of says she tate real personal and mixed dur Â¬ Of Milford Nebcomplication suffered of disÂ¬ greatly from a ing her life and at her death it is to eases of female weakness and liver go to his adopted son Willie Smith and kidney troubles Her healtk was using Dr Hales Reed His wife is named as execu Â¬ tully restored by the most pleasant Household Tea trix of the will and effective medicine known 25c George A Robertson in a will of and 50c per package at P H Carpen Â¬ 1 January 22 1879 says that after his ters drugstore debts are paid he devises his house A Small Firo and lot and all the personal estate ho may own to his wife Julia H Robert Â¬ About 11 oclook Wednesday night son who qualified as exeoutrix of the a fire broke out in the roof of the will kitchen at the residence of Mr Jas S Maglll on tho corner of Cross and To the General Assembly On acoouut of the General Assem Â¬ Main streets South Frankfort A de Â¬ bly Presbyterian Ohuroh at Wash Â¬ fective flue was the cause of the trou ington May 18th to June 2d the ble and a hole was burned in the roof Chesapeake Ohio Railway will sell tickets to elergymen at the regular and the side of the house damaged olergyman rate and to Lay delegates before the flames were extinguished and visitors at the rate of one and Thi fire department was promptly on one third fare for the round trip on hand but threw only a small quant- Â¬ the certificate plan The F P V vestibule limited is the ityof water only dining car train to Washington from the west orlds Columbian Exposition Double daily vestibule services ill be of value to tho world by illus The promptness and certainty of its oures have made Chamberlains trating the improvements in tho Cough Remedy famous It is intend Â¬ ed especially for coughs colds croup mechanical arts and eminent physi and whooping cough and is tlo cians will toll you that the progress most ofleotuul remedy known far in mediolnal agents has boon of Mr 0 B Main pt equal importance and as a strangl Â¬ these diseases I hava Union City Pa says great sale on Chamberlains Cough ing laxativo that Syrup of Figs is far Remedy I warrant every bottlo and in advance of all others have nevor heard of one falling to 50 cent A full and beautiful line of spring give entire satisfaction groods containing all of the bottles for sale by J W Gayle I dress 80 tf novelties at I Davis Â¬ 640 p jn 855 pm at Lagrange for Cincinnati Moa 28 and 21 oonneot at Anchorage for Bloomueld Branch W W Albxandkb Agent No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort Nos 23 17 and 21 connect Davis Henry 560 a m Hendrides E H 936 a m Hall Clarence 300 p m Hockensmith D 785 pm Hill Miss Lory Johnson Mrs M Willis 1020 am Johnson Lyle Mrs Annie 4 40 p m Purtty Ross Power Willie Miss May Lanter Jace lia Leo L J Lewis Mrs Arae- Moore John T Robb Mrs Mollie Sweatt O S Scott Mrs Lindia Sanders Mrs Julia Schooler John Struats Miss Mit tie Stonestrut R B Teyar John Tracy John Toomis Lewis Thomsmond Miss J I DR KELLEY Dorton is announced in Mr another column as a candidate for OF CINCINNAT 10 will he at the Mr Dorton Assessor of this county has for many years been a teacher in PHOESTISS the schools of the county being IN LEXINGTON KY physically unable to do manual labor and is universally popular with all Sattrday May 20 1893 who know him He is well qualified for the position and if elected will Saturday June 10 1893 make a good officer HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgleu M B The First of the Season W Veterinary Eemedies PREPARED BT THE Kentncky Veterinary MT HOTEL Itiidu Go meqcije STERLING KY KENTUCKY XVTESIN1RY operation and with little or no pain REEKRENCES W McKeo Hurdle Frankfort J A Scott Frankfort Ky Ky Ky Shilohs Cure the Great Cough and Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket size contains twenty five doses only 21 25c Children love it All of the novelties in mens boys and childrens clothing can be found 30 tf at I Davis fluenza Dlctemper etc Heel and Gall Oint- Â¬ ment Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter- Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing DR KKLLEYS ofllueanil residence la at 259 Cough Mixture Alterative Mineral Fluid EitjhtU street CUiclimut J tiinl where be may Tonic and Condition Powders West be found every day ot each week except SATURxMiuplileta describing the e diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 V Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST 206 St CLAIR STREET HALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLD STAND Â¬ V Bcrberlch Fraukfort y Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A II McCluro Frankfort Ky vV J itusjhex Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Fraukfoit Ky J T Staten Frankfort Dr K M Gober Frankfort Ky ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ W McKee Hardie I Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky ciiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiEiiiiiiiii I I SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL MACHINE 1 a Febl8 6m -- I WAKIE 1HE- - 5lllIIIlIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBHIllUIIIIIIIlIli 5 YEARS OPtfIS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts fontly yet promptly on the Kidneys and Bowels cleanses the sys Nil MONON ROUTE ENJOY The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST r tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beueficial m its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VestibulediTrains Eiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia fj e Qu a SolfTaotUuff Needle a Solf threadlnir Shuttle E g HasNoEquslinCoustruettoB S Has a Mechanical Appearaa0 Klegunt Finish fllaa anFerfeot Adjustment a popular remedy known - Uai Stylish Take up And Only First Clnsss Accommodations Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o 5 Has a Positive Furniture For 1 urther Information Address Has More Good Sewing QaaUtles aad and 81 bottles by all leading drug H does a Larirer Ranee of General Work gists Any reliable druggist who 5 tkan any Sewing Machine la tae World 5 may not have it on hand will pro S L Srjant Q P A Examine THE ROYAL for point af euro it promptly for any ono who 1 exoet1enoo and van will LOUISVILLE KY wishes to try it Do not accept any I buy no tier substitute OR I ROYAL S M GO Rickfirl IIL I CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO E Has Â¬ i Hasaarge High Arm 1 Dining Oar Services Palace GhairJOars Pullman Buffet Sleepers WLMDPii A SAN FRANOISCO OAL louisviiur ld r new liAl-L-- wk ny i iiiiuminiiiiiimnumiiwmitMniiHiinnniiiiniiiiMiiiisf juii la em - I J as Bryant G P -- Chicago 111 Lgjtfa JjMitiffimlfaA M 1iinhrti i ill in I ill Mil II ilti Mf A ii iliii i iii i LJtijiiJrf3tltfiMkM Jj v rf I wwspflWsTT1 6 iW umiiiiwiii ii hip i inw7 iwumii mm wryTFwwwipvmii tm JwPlpwwp Kaeaii wfrnfrrriCTaew 3 wmimaiMiiiw BSfflGffiSffiSigSiE narcl Cleana bp Re IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT It has been 11 gerator sold in this city for the last four years Sii and sell it for me because they are pleased with it They can take out the flues and clean them It is charcoal lined It takes very little It is handsome enough to put in your iceJto keep it cold dinning room Call and examine it My customers advertise or o FJFtOlMC UQ ISESRP KT THE ST CLAIR STBEET BRIDGE 301 XT C mXL bJLjh for the plans and specifications which when completed will be submitted to tho joint committed and then forward to the War Department for approval The spans are limited to 150 feet in length and the new structure under tho ruling mentioned will be seven feet higher than the old bridge which the engineer claims may still be made use of for foot passengers during the construction of the new bridge Â¬ 800 to- - 7SOO ST Beligious Henderson the pastor will preach The Ruling of the War DepartÂ¬ to morrow morning at 11 oclock and ment and an Engineer Here 730 p m to Arrange for Flans and Sunday school at 930 a m Specifications The Epworth League meets in the evening at 700 in the class room The preliminaries to the building of a new bridge at St Clair street are Christian Church Rev George being pushed forward as rapidly as AND DEALER IN-Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ possible but in Â¬ order that no mismorrow at 11 oclock and in the eve Â¬ take might be made Mayor Tobin ning at 730 addressed a letter to Major D W Nervous Prostration PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Discipleship Night subject Lockwood at Cincinnati the chief JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK The Young Peoples Society of engineer in charge of this river im- Â¬ A largo manufacturer whose affairs GUARANTEED Christian Endeavor will hold its provement asking for information as woro very much embarrassed and Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY weekly prayer meeting in the to the requirements of the War De Â¬ who was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion Lecture Room at 650 partment in the premises and on to a celebrated specialist He went was WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE Monday received a reply with the told that the only thing needed was First Presbyterian Church following explanatory endorsements to bo relieved of care and worry and Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D havu a change of thought This doc thereon tot was more considerate of his pa will occupy his pulpit FIRST INDORSEMENT tients health than of his flnanoial morning at 11 oclock and at 730 circumstances He ought to have Office Chief of Engineers p m aU ised him to use Dr Miles Restor Army U S The weekly prayer meeting of the at ve Nervine the best remedy for April 24 1893 sleeplessness n rvous Young Peoples Society of Christian Respectfully submitted to the iJbmoss prostration ill effects of spir headache Endeavor will be held in the lecture Secretary of War it tobacco coffee opium c Thou Â¬ XTeaet The city of Frankfort and the sands testify to euros Books and room of the church at 7 oclock to July2 ly county of Franklin State of Ken Â¬ trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 morrow evening tucky were notified September 8 1891 by the Secretary of War to L B MARSHALL V A GAINES Glad Tidings Southern Presbyterian Church make certain alterations in the high- Â¬ Rev W G Neville the pastor way bridge across the Kentucky The grand specific for tho prevail One of the will occupy his pulpit to morrow river at Frankfort chances required was that the bridge ing malady of tho age Dyspepsia morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m should be raised to a clear height of Livor Complaint Rheumatism Cos There will be no childrens service 48 feet 4 inches above the normal tivenes General Debility etc is to morrow afternoon level of pool four of the Kentucky Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This the Young Peoples Society of Chris river This height was considered great herbal tonic stimulates sys by the engineer officer in charge of digestive organs regulate the tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in the district and by this office to be icm to vigorous health and energies Samples the Pastors Study demanded by tho commercial inter- Â¬ Sold by free Large packages 680 Chapman Williams 46 accordingly ests of the river and Episcopal Church Rev E A about the same time a notice was Corner Chat Nashville Penick the rector will occupy served on the Louisville requiring its Railroad Company his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 bridge which is located about one Remarking upon the charges of Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a oclock and in the evening at fourth of a mile below the highway plagiarism against Mr J H Swango share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased bridge to be raised to the same of this city whioh the Executive A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times 730 height Committee of the 22 Subsequently OATuoiiiu Church The usual Secretary of Waron Julythe 1892 the collegiate Oratorical Kentucky atInter Â¬ height to fixed LexContest services at the Church of the Good which the railroad bridge should bo ington OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET on Saturday sustained a gen Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ raised at 43 feet 4 inches above pool It appears to me that ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey level five feet less than the height tleman said if the judges to whom the choice of recommended by this office the pastor While it is my opinion that all High mass at 8 a m low mass bridges jvcross this portion of tho the contest was left award a prize to FOR at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Kentucky river should have a clear a scholar it cannot be taken from A FINE FARM height of 48 feet 4 inches I see no him by any subsequent action of a Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- reason for requiring tho highway committee without casting severe re- Â¬ A BRICK RESIDENCE OF SIXMay ROOMS ON Broadway be raised higher 1st bridge Possession given 210 OF CHOICE LAND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED lor has returned from Morehead and railroadtobridge just below it than the flections on the judges who are L B MARSHALL good Frankfort Agents In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin will occupy his pulpit at 11 a in and I accordingly recommend that the thereby placed in the attitude of county Tho Improvements consist of u brick city of Frankiort and the county of being partial or ignorant If I were 730 p m to morrow as usual residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock barn and all other necessary Improvements In Sunday school at 030 a m in the Franklin be authorized to build their Swango however I would not keep a order to sell Immediately we are authorized bridge at tho height fixed by the medal over which there was the least to offer this property at less than its value ehapel Secretary of War for the railroad Possession Riven 1st of March For further In formation apply to bridge namely 43 feet 4 inches dispute to any rightful possession CO Agents I would return it and make my dei i B MARSHALL Rev 0 J Thompson will preach at above pool level Frankfort Kj Gen- fonse to the judges and say Tiios Lincoln Casey Evergreen Baptist Church near SEVEN ON Brig Gen Chief of Engineers tlemen I am not guilty of the charge A BRICK DWELLING OF Anu ROOMSHigh Bridgeport to morrow morning at 11 und Clinton street The papers have been returned to and as honest and intelligent men streets Aupiyio between oclock CO Agents B MARSHALL this office indorsed as follows selected because of your competency SECOND INDORSEMENT Bewaro of Ointments for Catarrh to deoide I think the Executive Com- Â¬ Approved as recommended by mittee owe you an apology That Contains Mercury Chief of Engineers who will please FOR SALE As morcury will surely destroy have the necessary papers forwarded for final approval by tho depart- Â¬ Â¬ the sense of smell and completely dorango the whole Bystein ment RESIDENCE OF DR L A Grant STODDARD OF when entering it through the mucous THE BRICKMuln street containing W BROD mHE PROPERTY SecondCOL J and Shelby ten rooms on Third Johnston on Secretary of War Asst surfaces Such artioles should never Tnls Is one of tho best built residences In the streets fcouth Frankfort consisting of one large War Dept April 27 1893 city Apply to be used oscopt on prescriptions from brick residence and ten valuable building lots CO L B MARSHALL We consider this property tho Cream of the reputable physicians as the damage the You will pleuse communicate Arents unquestionably the best to bo as It Market they will do is ton fold to the good action of the department to the had In the city If you wish a desirable location you can possibly derive from them proper officials of tho city of Frank- for a home wo would advise you to purchase one ot tho lots while thoy are to be had llalla Catarrh Ouremanufactuvodby tort and the county ot jmnuciin anu Get rid of it if you have Catarrh Dont CO LB MARSHALL Agents F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 con Â¬ for a timo with before the bridge moroly relieve itand strong caustiopoisonous irritating snuffs solutions tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ inform them that plans therefor should While you LOTS ternally and acts directly upon the is commencedfor tho approval of the be getting seem to bo getting help you may be submitted harm Stopped in this way Its blood and mucous surfaces of the Secretary of War usually only driven to tho lungs Youre syatem In buying HallB Catarrh By command of Brig Gen Casey worso off than ever AN nOLMES AND ANN JTREETS FOR SALE Cure be sure you get the genuine It Apply to But you con gob rid of it completely with Very Respectfully your obedient LB MARSHALL CO is taken internally and made in servant Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy Thats been Agents proved over and over again in thousands Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co H M Adams of tho most boneless cases Dv its mild Paffiold by Druggist prico V per Major Corps of Engineers soothing cleansing and healing properties 4 bottle Catarrh Tho city and county committees tions are in tho Head and all Catarrhal offoo-perfectly and perraantly cured Some will For Rent My houso in SouthÂ¬ upon roceipt of the letter held a cant bephysiciansThoy tell you that Catarrh FOR RENT MURRAY cured EXUM PROPERTY ON mean that they cant Frankfort Possession given imme meeting and secured tho sorviceo of cure street consisting ot a brick residence of S can And to it Dr Sagos Remedy proprietors of Guy Barrett diately an engineer from the Groton Bridge prove that thoy beliovo it the rooms and about two acres of land This prop large 34 tf located and on OF Co of New York who came hero this medicine will pay 500 for an incurable EESIDENCE In SIX ROOMS WITH LARGE erty Is wella good Investment account of the mak In addition to The resi lot will bo South Frankfort case of Catarrh Thoy dont boo ouq often Wednesday and made all the neces Â¬ dences of six rooms each on Cross street ing a very desirable home For terms apply to LBMARSUALLCO I Davis has an elegant lino of sary measurements and soundings but theyll pay the monoy when they do South Side Apply to Agents II MARSHALL it CO Agts pants Eeb 41 jr -- Methodist Chukchi Rev H G EDWARD CLAASSE li PKJICTICjI lumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets Â¬ SAPOLIO B MARSHALL Â¬ Are Quiokly Carried Try It In Tour House Cleaning CO I Â¬ L Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Agts Â¬ RENT Â¬ rOR SALE 1 FOR SAIaEl 1 Vf BUILDING t J M I FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WKmOWSWlMUKmUdMaKKXaKaSmSKmtMSKmim ji nJihiliL 4AWi4kii0JUJA kJ jiUSAA - 4 wswraeursisiMMMi Hudson I um mXI Jl lu b i 5 Ready Me Clothing Â¬ c Tailoring Departmen t The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shail 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 exami nation to convince yoi of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can in dulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ I R We have never had it before 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¬ L g flnftii fctCCMICXtfiIHMttttWttCMnBMSBVH ppies well Are You Going to tire ExP iu IT in in iwihwiM 1 i mini urn iBcssreaasagsassraraEag msmam Hun fluiwies IW HHHMH Hl lJE5MmHXBm8Xi nil liM I tt33EZftaKftKttrS3 Cheap Rates on the L The L EaaMH I WW H III il ill HHTiH Programme of the Union Sunday School Convention PASTEUR FILTERS v To be held in the Christian Ohuroh Chicago during the great Columbian at Frankfort Saturday May 20 1893 Exposition and want a real first class place to stop where everything is HORNING BESSION done up in regular old Kentucky 1000 Song and Prayer Oondi syle write to Mrs S F Richardson 1030 Presidents Address tlon and Needs of the work in our 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to save you quarters in her house Mrs County Dr TJ T Williams Ap- Â¬ Richardson is a former Frankfort 1050 Enrollment Committees lady widow of the late Owen TRich Â¬ pointedBusiness 1115 Report of the County Com- Â¬ ardson and one of the nicest of house keepers Her terms are reason- Â¬ mittee 1125 Reports From Schools Writ- Â¬ able and she should be liberally patronized by people from her old ten and Oral 32 tf home 1150 Address by the State Visitor 1215 Adjournment Cheap Rates on the Midland AFTERNOON SESSION If you are contemplating a trip to trip tickets to Nashville Tennessee at one fare on May 10th and 11th Acgood returning until May 23d count Southern Baptist Covention N On May 10th to 14th the L Railroad will sell tickets to Indianapolis Indiana at one fare going and one third fare returning Account 13th International Y M 0 A Convention The L N Railroad will sell round N Railroad will sell round They will Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ffcv May 20th to June 23d the Kentucky 200 Song Service 215 How the Home can help the Midland will sell tickets to Cincin nati nnd iJovincton ar 315 fnr tlio flohool Rev W C Taylor j round trip limited to five days from Rev date or sale 235 Lesson Preparation George Darsie May 16th to 17th the Kentucky The Duty of Starting and Midland will sell tickets to Danville 255 Miss tLy at one ana otie cmra tare corti Â¬ Sustaining Mission Schools Â¬ ISL MS Mary Pagej V 310 ing -- What Is Successful Teach Prof T M Goodnight Â¬ Five Our County Schools Minute Talks by W H Parrent Rev E S Alderman B S Hughes and others 400 Committee Reports and Un- Â¬ finished Business 430 Adjournment 330 SUNDAY 4 p M Â¬ Childrens Mass Meeting Brief ad dresses by E S Boswell Prof Mo Henry Rhoads L F Johnson and oth ers NOTES 1 Â¬ cate plan for the round trip Ac- Â¬ count of meeting Homeopathic Association May 12th the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Harrods burg Ky at one and one third fare for the round trip certificate plan Account of the Womens Missionary Conference May 13th the Kentuoky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at one fare for the round trip limited to May 14th Account of dedication of the new City Hall The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Springfield Ohio and return at one and one third fare certificate plan Account Scotch IriBh Congress May 11th to 14th Â¬ 33 tf cars between Louisville Cincinnati this city Only 14 hours from and Chicago Frankfort to Chicago Leave Frank fort at 3 p m or Chicago 7 a m with Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with only one change of cars Berths se Â¬ cured free of charge and all bag Â¬ non slipping corrugated tires fully gage ohecked through Round trip warranted Roberts agent trip tickets to Lexington Ky at one and one third fare commencing April 26th and May 9th good return- of the Bunerioritv of these filters ing May 10th On account running and as well another feather in the races cap of the Gem Citys display and N Railroad offers you representation of its manufactories The L The demand choice of five routes viz Via Louis- at the Worlds Fair I and for absolutely pure water has inville the Panhandle J M creased the business of this Filter O via CincinMonon L N A St L Company much beyond the fondest nati Big Four 0 Ou O Co Pennsylvania Pennsylvania anticipations of its projectors and D Railroad all solid founders Lines 0 H Mr John T Buckley is the agent vestibule trains composed of first class coaches sleeping and parlor for the sale of the above filters in Â¬ Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No Injury to the health No interference with busi Â¬ Grounds ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up and Improve the Roneral ncalth beautify the Tho Worlds Fair Commission complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 81 Auburn street Cambridge Mass closed a contract to day by tele- - write Â¬ of your Obesity graph with The Pasteur Cham ber-- duced my Three bottles225 pounds to 190Pills reI weight from and much land Filter Company for two hun- Â¬ never felt better in all ray lifedo I am can pleased shall nil I dred of their filters They are to be nelp youwith the result and Include Physiciansto Our patrons used in connection with the foun- Â¬ Baukers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our on the Worlds Fair grounds guods are not sold In drug stores all orders are tains our office Price and will suppy the people with pure supplied direct fromickages for 500 byper pack Â¬ age 200 or three p mall pre- Â¬ water paid Particulars Mealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ free PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL This is a handsome endorsement Furnish Pure Free Water on the Worlds Fair FAT PEOPLE To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlilards Mini Apl3 EMEDY CO BOSTON MASS Gui Â¬ Â¬ WorJS Â¬ Worry and Disease nre ii formldablo trlnjyft the weak person fienueinly has to meet all of t em at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxvokn and ours only The count loss demons lutloiis of 23 jears war Â¬ rant this reply Our trentmentlsnvailable for homo use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value ot these features Is obvious What about your need A book uf explanation and proof Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN Dec 24 ly 15 120 tickets 1515 Heart Disease Curablo The truth of this statement may bo doubted by many but when Dr franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease in curable and proves it by thousands ot testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure it attraots the attention of the millions suffering with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ ular pulse wind in stomach pain in Hide or shoulder smothering spells o A F Davis fainting dropsy Silver Oreok Nebraska by using four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely oured after twelve years sufferinc from heart disease This wonderful remedy ir wia uy j wuayie jjooks free 5 Ice Ice Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Mr N I McDaniel announces that he has completed arrangements to BLUE supply the people with ice this sea- Â¬ son in any quantity they may desire He also proposes to furnish a quality of pure artificial ice at as low a - 1853 1593 ngure as can De iurnisneu oy any one in the city His wagons will make regular calls and orders will RUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMALL He do receive prompt attention fruit erane vines nsnarnciu nnrl nvprv- tning the orchard sires to thank the public for patron- Â¬ low for sell direct lawn nd garden Prices and age in the past and solicits a con- Â¬ loguesWe application to have no agents Cata Â¬ on tinuance of the same BS UES SPRING The Kentucky Midland will sell all delegates tiokots May 10th to 14th to Indianap- Â¬ 2 All the schools of the county are olis and return at one and one third fare certificate plan Account Y M urged to sond large delegations 3 Come let us take counsel toÂ¬ O A Convention O D Beroaw Big Ezoimtent in Town gether and foster the Sunday school G P A interests of our county Over the remarkable cures by the grandest pocifle of the age Aunt COUNTY OFFICERS Good Looks Fannys Health Restorer which acta President Dr U V Williams Good looks are more than skin as a natural laxative stimulates the Vice President Prof T M Good- Â¬ deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ digestive organs regulates the livor dition of all the vital organs If the and kidneys and ib natures great night Liver be inactive you have a Bilious liealer and health renewer Secretary L F Johnson Look if your stomach be disordered If you have Kidney Liver or Blood Treasurer Ben T Farmer you have a Pyspoptio Look and it Disorder do not delay but oall at your kidneys bo afflicted you have a Chapman Williams drug store for a State Seorotary R K McOlure Seoure good health free trial package Large size 60o Pinched Look COUNTY COMMITTEE 40 and you will have good looks Elec Â¬ All the regular officers named and tric Bitters is the great alterative and these vital or lino W H Parrent Harry Shaw J O Tonlo acts directly onBlotches Boils esThe cheapestmens of ladies miss gans Cures Pinples childrens and boys shoos Jaokson B S Hughes and Garrott md gives a good complexion Sold to be found in the oity at I Davis Reed at Phil Carpjcntkk Drug Store 4 30 tf Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort will gladly entertain 32 1m Bucklon Armica Salve The best salvo i the world for Outs Braises Soees Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Pilos or no pay required It is guar- Â¬ anteed to give satisfaction or mony refunded Ih ioo 25 oents per box For sale by Phil Oabpbntbb 8 H P HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky ll 3m m Mur WWI CROMWELt EY-AT-LA- ATTORN will W ly REAL B8TATB JLGBN2 and h1 of ral estate eouectloa and toe legotlatiAa of loaoa COURTS WlHL HACTIC tha m THE mmtiu And altn1ntn alio trtre Ok MiloB Norvo and Livor Pills iclM atuntlon to the Dowhaii Act on a now principle regulating tnnui the liver Btomach and bowels though AGENT6 local and travel- Â¬ the nerves A new discovery Dr ing at once to sell Orna- Â¬ noses Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness mental Shrubs Trees and Fruits bad taBto torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ ence unnecessary Falarv and expensesExneri- tion Splendid for men women and weekly Permanent positions No security paidÂ¬ reohlldron Smallest mildest surest quired Must furnish references as to good 50 doses for 25 oents Samples free at character CHARLES n CIIASJt Rochester N Y W Gaylea Frankfort Ky 46 ly PTMetJtlon this paper J Mar 2Vim tf f ota oUlra WANTED iAL k pfF I 1 Startling Announcement Our recent purchase of iooo Mens and Youths Fine Suits at 75c on the dollar from the well known manufacturers of the best ClothClose and Hammerslough Saks ing in America Dayton Co gives us the opportunity to offer and you the chance to buy the best Clothing ever sold in any market for the price Â¬ A Vw- - O V MENSKYOUTHS 10 SUITS Our great line 10 with its oft j 12 SUITS Â¬ This line shows the prettiest of forms the new spring styles Black and the grandest array of clothing for Blue Cheviots Serges Diagonals modest priced buyers ever shown Suits marked at 42 styles in any market merit And clothing of Homespuns and other good wearThese also come high class not that kind ing materials o CO in Double and Single breasted Sacks and Cutaways For beauties which can not be matched elsewhere at 20 and 22 see our great 15 line which positively Cutaways Black and BlueSerges contains the finest suits made this neat checks in Cheviots Cassi season by the firms mentioned above meres etc Buying as made to sell cheap we did late and cleaning up man- Â¬ ufacturers lines is the way we are enabled to make such prices They come in S cks as we do Â¬ 4 VJ -- CO JM Ai m CROMER Main Street SS STARES Fourth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE n i FRANKFORT W Jl - K l v Jfl- ers flocked to his offices and as a plentyand prosperity Nob by vain result Dr Kelley stands to day at imaginings or striving after the JOHN DRISCOLL of idealist but by work hard An Inquiry Into His Mode of the pinnacle of his profession in the visions study unremitting study treatment and cure of hemorrhoids work Shortest and aulcxest between Treatment of a Prevalent whatever form they may take He that he has attained a place many has beyond all question of doubt strive for a life time to attain and Disease cured more cases than have any half strive in vain It was such men as dozen physicians in the land and it Dr Kelley the poet had in mind when CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT The following from the Editorial is no exaggeration to say he has he wrote Correspondence of the Chicago cured a thousand casea where the The heights of great men gained and kept by sudden Only direct line between Western Trade Journal and Trade ordinary practitioner treats a single But Were not attained companionsflight they while their slept case Were toiling up ward In tho night will be of interest to the Review An enumeration of his cures would A full linn nf Tiiirfl Anrinrann rinntr rolilali fnq -- former patients and friends of Dr read like a financial and commercial t wines brandies etc Kelley of Cincinnati who un Â¬ directory of Cincinnati for those The Lake Route To the Worlds Frankfort diorgetova and Paris Car W I Pair via Pioturesque Mack Â¬ that til last fall made monthly visits to highest in the business circles of Ohio 235 BROADWAY opposite State House lisle Fal Â¬ Maysville Cyathiana inac city and prominent throughout April 15 ti this city and indeed adjoining State gladly mouth and CoTincrton Some months since the manage- Â¬ testify to the fact that where every Avoid the heat and dust by travel ment of this paper thoroughly inves Â¬ other hope on earth was gone and a ing on the Floating Palaces of the tigated the subjeot of the treatment life of misery was otherwise inevita- Â¬ Detroit Cleveland Steam Naviga- Â¬ of hemorrhoids or piles as practiced ble and imminent that wth rare tion Company Two new steel pas by the several schools of medicine nower and skill Dr Kelley had given senger steamers have just been built ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND and as a result of such painstaking immediate relief and speedy and per-Â¬ for tho Upper Lake route costing and unpaid examination one partic Â¬ manent cure without surgical opera- Â¬ 300000 each and are guaranteed to ular system received the endorse tion and with comparatively no pain be the grandest largest safest and ment of the Western Tjiade J6uk The disease commonly known as fastest steamers on the Lakes speed This system the Brinkerhoff piles and designated as hemorrhoids 20 miles per hour running time be TRAINS RUN BY GEHTHAL STAHOARO TIME NAL was found to be all and more than in medical works has many varia- - tween Cleveland Toledo and Chica has been claimed for it and during jtions and comes in various guises go less than 60 hours Four trips per TIME TABLE DEO 12 1892 the course 01 tne investigation tnous- - its euects are rerrioie ana are some- - week between Toledo uetroit Alpe Â¬ ands voluntarily testified that in times seeming remote from the cause na Mackinac Petoskey and Chicago fomaralvsisofextremeties so called Daily trips between Detroit and their cases it naa wrougnt a oerraa A II P M F M nent cure where all other treatment female diseases and disorders of the Cleveland during July and August TRAINS EAST No 1 No 8 No 7 every method available had been stomach and heart and indeed of double daily services will be main- Â¬ and the entire system are frequently at- Â¬ tained giving a daylight ride across Lv Frankfort tried and tried in vain A 12 45 600 410 There is no question but that this tributable to hemorrhoids Indeed Lake Erie Daily services between Lv Summit 60G 416 1255 Â¬ Lv Elknorn 611 system has revolutionized the meth the sufferer is often impelled to ask Cleveland and 110 422 First class LvSwltzer 618 480 125 ods of treatment of hemorrhoids and if life is really worth living under stateroom SOLID VESTIBOLED TRAINS and Lv Stumping Ground accommodations 682 445 145 i only so far as they oopy portions of such terrible conditions as those ac- menu and exceedingly low Round lv uuvou 689 452 155 644 459 205 of its features do any of the various companying this agonizingcomplaint Trip Rates Tho palatial equipment Lv Johnxon to lew Orleans B 662 6 08 220 systems succeed in accomplishing and its concomitant evils To all the luxury of the appointments Lv Georgetown Lv 0 S Depot 656 615 245 beneficial result Whilst attempting sufferers we heartily and unreserved Â¬ makes traveling on these steamers I v Newtown 709 527 805 TIME 24 HOURS Centrevllla 718 585 320 to follow as far as possible none suc Â¬ ly endorse this system and especially thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ Lv Elizabeth Lv 723 540 Â¬ 880 ceed in combining all of the essen commend Dr W I Kelley of Cin- trated pamphlet Address A A At Purls THE 8UORTE8T AND UDICKE8T 737 660 0 840 tial advantages hence the system cinnati as its fittest exponents Dr Schantz G P A Detroit Cleve- Â¬ IA M P M A M P M Georgetown to Jacksonville Fie Kelley has effected more cures than land Steam Nav Co Detroit Mioh we now endorse stands out TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No 8 Nol2 and alone the most successful has any other one man on earth He 30 0m Lv Paris 613 c 682 820 TIME 27 HOUBS and best for the treatment of hemor Â¬ is an earnest lover of the lore of his Ar Elizabeth R88 627 642 Ar Centervlllo 45 Solid Vestlbuled Trains to St Augustine rhoids or piles ever conceived or prac Â¬ profession and no work upon the 838 646 Small Farm for Sale 4 Ar Newtown 847 654 ticedthe most perfect in theory subject of rectal diseases or current Ar 0 S Depot 4 704 900 and beyond all question the most Georgetown Ar B 1035 710 652 A Ar Johnson lished but what it reaches his study improved farm two gratifying as regards result 1042 717 705 Folid Vcstibulcd Trains Between miles from this Ar Dnvnll and a fin vvmoj O 1048 723 715 In tne death of Dr Brinkerhoff theÂ¬ fm CINCINNATI city on rt good pike is offered for sale ArStampingGround 1065 750 785 world sustained a great loss but be witn wnat is neing said upon the at bargain For terms Swltzer 1U0 744 765 ripply Ar Elknorn a c 29 CHATTANOOGA Ar hind him fortunately is left equal subject by constant study and un 1116 760 B10 at this office tf Ar Summit 760 820 1122 skill thanks to the far sighted philan tiring application ana investigation BIRMINGHAM Ar Frankfort A 1130 805 880 throphy which seeing the inevitable Dr Keljey has reaohod a proud and MERIDIAN Seotoh Terrier Lost time provided against the loss of paramount position and stands toNEW ORLEANS A connects with L N great boon to suffering humanity day without an equal in his lino As this C and L S B connects with Q Mrs Oha8 E Hoge of Ingleside by thoroughly impressing upon those a specialist in diseases of the bovvolb C connects with K G -S- LEEPING CAR THROUGH FRO- Mpracticing the treatment all that was he stands pro eminent and alone has lost her little Scotch Terrier Â¬ desirable or necessary to know re Moreover he is in all respects a sue which answers to the name or unar Effective May 7th and during the O 3JT C X 3iT ILT A 3 l garding it Since this eminent man cessful man and deserves every bit coal It disappeared several weeks following Sunday schedule will bo Insummer the effect TO regard as of his success He has cotton where ago and any information leading to has none to his reward we 8UNDAY TRAINS his successor by all rights of senior he is by indomitable push increasing its recovery will oe suitaoiy rewaroea East No 5 leaves Frankfort 8jl0 a m N G Knoxvllie and Asheville Georgetown 905 nrrlves at Paris 9 40 a m No ty and ability Dr VV I Kelley of industry and unuagging zeal and by Mr Ohas E Hoge at the State 9 leaves Frankfort 2 05 p m Georgetown 320 29 tf Dr neiiey was untiring energy in the right direotion National Bank Cincinnati Ohio arrives ut Paris 8 65 p m Direct connections at NewOneans and Slirevo eured of hemorrhoids by Dr Brink- Â¬ It is the old story of what pluck Wbbt NoO leaves Purls 1000 a m George Â¬ Texas Mexico and California erhoff twelve years ago and seeing backed by brains and hold steadfast Fob Rent -- A frame cottage on Con Â¬ town 1035 arrives at Frankfort 11 35 n m No 10 port for Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway Leavo leaves Paris Its marvelous powers and knowing by one fixed spirit of worthy purpose way street containing seven rooms at Frankfort4630 pp m Georgetown 616 arrives via Georgetown 515 amarrlvoClnolnnatl 1026 10 m a m Quicker than anyothorltne that no existing system could ac will do in this grand land of ours For terms apply to Wm Cromwell The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Aiitrainsarriveanuaepartfromcentrul union complish the same result immediate But it was not by vague dreaming or 342b tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all pofjivincinnai m iiMiiin--points north south east and west ly bocamo a believer and began to poetic yearnings this man of might oruatesMapsAc nddress prove tho rare officaoy of the treat nas oreastod the waves 01 circum Â¬ Foe Sale or Rent My dwelling C H WOODWKLL For further Information apply to their agents D P T A Louisville Ky E B WKITZ1L 0 D BEROAW ment upon his patients Naturally stances and planted both feet solidly house on Ann street DWEDWARDS City Tleket Agent DMILLER Gen Pass Agt he spored such a succoss that suffer- - and seourely iipon the solid rook of tf Buckley j A TrafMng Cincinnati O J T GEO B HARPER 0a Supt 9P DR W I KELLEY Kentucky Midland By A TH3 Liquor Merchant I j I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ 4l I Â¬ I 14 I Put-in-B- ay Â¬ brgta Â¬ I pre-emine- nt I fl -- itrV Â¬ I I la - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m m 1 C utilfLL rjJILSMi Mltrttlj1 UikJAJL iiXLM0Aitt