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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rW The TOL XVI Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY GEO A LEWIS Publisher PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Adranoe NO 36 FBANKFORT KY SATURDAY MAY 13 1893 Latest U S Highest of all in Leavening Power Govt Report Programme of tho Union Sunday School Convention To be hold in the Christian Church at Frankfort Saturday May 20 1893 1000 Song and Prayer 1030 Presidents Address Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THE LOCAL LEGISLATUEE IT IS FOLLY m tfcl mohnino session 0 Condi- Â¬ a few months where the DUV a UneaD LawnMowfir that topatr nnl vr V tion and Needs of the work in our County Dr TJ V Williams 1050 Enrollment Committees Ap- Â¬ OXJJD RELIABLE h pointedBusiness 1115 Report of the County mittee Com- Â¬ Pennsylvania Lawn Mower The Tax Levy Fixed and Opera House Leased Other Business Transacted by the Council Tegular meeting of that body Tuesday night and business of much im- Â¬ portance to the tax payers was trans Â¬ Â¬ There was a full attendance of the members of the city counoil at the acted The following petitions were read Steele street asking Â¬ and that a few free water hydrants be placed in different parts of the city to afford an ample supply of good wator to all for cleansing or drinking purposes The matter was referred to the health committee Mr James N Miles presented an ordinance to require the owners of property on Second street on the South Side to construct sidewalks and gutters in front of their premises where none are now laid and it was adopted by a vote of yeas 9 and nays 0 1125 Reports From Schools Writ- Â¬ ten and Ural Will last you ten years or more in good order Call and see them 1150 Address by the State Visitor also the new large and clean stock of Hardware goffered by 1215 Adjournment AFTERNOON 8ESSION 200 Song Service 215 How the Home can help the Sohool Rev W O Taylor 235 Lesson Preparation Rev M and referred viz Citizens of to street committee P M Caldwell asking for a re duction of the rent on the site of the Blue Booth at the end of the St Olair street bridge on the North Side to license committee John Bies asking that his butcher store license be transferred to Jose -- that a sewer be built along that street v V - fV- U ft m- - tm Aubrey to license committee with power to act Jake Ahler to remove his saloon Wtne store room in the Odd Fellows building lately occupied by the United States Express Company to license committee with power to act Citizens of Wilkinson street re- Â¬ questing theremovalpf the telephone poles which now obstruct the plank walk to Btreet committee Ed Porter for a license to sell beer at the corner of Clinton and Wilkin Son streets to license committee with power to act The petition of G W Mitchell to build a frame house on Holmes street was granted A petition of sundry citizens asking that the Louisville and Nashville Tailroad be required to raise the trestle across Wilkinson street to ad mit of the passing under it of the highest vehicle was referred to the license committee with power to act Permission was given to Barg 5insburg to remove their business from High street to Broadway G Russell Sneed was granted a license to sell goods on commission Mr Grant Green in person asked the council to reduce the Farmers Bank assessment of furniture from 1000 to 500 but no action was taken Â¬ Mr Watson from the finance com- Â¬ mittee introduced an ordinance fixing the tax leyy for 1895 at T on each 100 valuation 6f taxable property divided as follows 75Cehtiit8v gen eral expenses of the city government 50 cents for interest on indebtedness and 6 cents for school purposes It x was adopted unanimously Mr Watson moved that the un Â¬ sightly Btand pipe used foe water carte at the corner of Wappfng and Washington streets be discontinued and the Water Company be directed to have it removod within a reasonable time It was adopted and the council then adjourned Â¬ George Darsie 255 ilThe Duty of Starting and Sustaining Mission Schools Miss Mary Page 310 What is Successful Teach Â¬ ing Prof T M Goodknight 330 4Our Country Schools Five Minute Talks by W H Parrent Harry Shaw J C Jackson B S Hughes and others 400 Committee Reports and Un- Â¬ finished Business f 430 Adjournment SUNDAY 4 Hardware Merchant PGRAY -- 85000 Square Feet of Flooring Filled to its Utmost Capacity WITH p M Â¬ HOUSE FURNISHINGS Of - Childrens Mass Meeting Brief ad dresses by E S Boswell Prof Mc HenryRhoads L F Johnsou and others NOTES 1 Kighot Merit Superior Quality Chamber Suits Folding Beds Wood Mantels Hall Racks Parlor Suits Book Gases Frankfort will gladly entertain Carpets Mattings Linoleums Lace Curtains Wall Papers all delegates 2 All the schools of the county are urged to send large delegations 3 Come let us take counsel toÂ¬ gether and foBter the Sunday school interests of our county COUNTY OFFICERS Xatst Styles Rugs THE COUNTY COUBT Conclusion of the Corporation Tax Cases and Other Business d m Mayor Tobin in a lengthy message xeoited the evidences of bad manage ment of the work house and keeper Willis appeared and made an expla- Â¬ nation of the part referring to him when after discussion by the council the matter was referred to a special committee composed of Messrs Mc- Â¬ Olure James N Miles and Furr Mr Ellwanger introduced an ordinance amending the street railway ordinance so as to complete electric circuits by allowing tho railway com- Â¬ pany to lay trackB for passengers purposes only on Todd Murray and Shelby streets on the South Side and on Ann and Clinton streets on the North Side Mr Watson moved that the amendment bo referred to the street committee with instructions to report upon it at the next meeting It was adopted The bid of Messrs O D Borcaw And E J Parker of this city for the leaBe of the Opera House at 1221 per year was aooopted Those gentle Â¬ men are enterprising and competent and will no doubt prove worthy and efficient in discharging their trust as managers of a houso of publio en Â¬ Â¬ in the matter Â¬ Â¬ county taxes and granted appeals in all of them to the Circuit Court He dismissed the cases against the De posit and Farmers Banks and Adams Express Company also for 1891 nnd 1892 against the Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Company all on the ground that under the Hewitt law thev naid their taxes direct to fchn Sfcate in liou of all ofcher taxationt For ono BaaaaaA lulu ua uuuijuiiuu uiisj pmipAfii Qnfi iv tinin ii i Vault Trust Company at 15860 On account of an error in transcrib- Â¬ ing from the tax schedule the John Cochran Oos assessment for 1893 was reduced from 45000 to 30000 Oscar Knight was appointed survey- Â¬ or of road No 23 Esquires Tinsley and Lyons were added to the St Clair Bridge Commit Â¬ tee A claim of 60 was ordered paid by Oh as H Julian for building the pier of a bridge on the Louisville and Crab Orohard turnpike The sum of 15 was appropriated for filters for the court house and county offices A full and final settlement was made with ex sheriff John O Noel for all the revenue collected by him Esquires G W Hall and S M Tins ley were appointed a committee on behalf of tho County Court to take oharge of and arrange for operating the Crab Orchard turnpike as a toll road m President Dr U V Williams Vice President Prof T M Good- Â¬ County Judge Williams on Saturday knight Baca and Monday disposed of tho rest of Secretary L F Johnson nana uaea the cases against the corporations for Treasurer Ben T Farmer State Seoretary y 3 ii tsaea nana aaaa R K McOlure COUNTY COMMITTEE All the regular officers named and Jackson Reed h Parront B S Harry Shaw J C Hughes and Garrett China Silks i a a a Dining Room Furniture Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shllohs Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction 35 centa Snuoivs Chairs Rockers c W Throat We Solicit Your Trade and in return will give you the Best Goods made at the Lowest Prices Sale Rooms S E Broadway Corner Main i JJ SHILOHS VITALIZES Mrs T 8 Hawkins Chattanooga TennnaT8t vaauztrHAVEL mx Miitrja- x BROWER SCOTT Lexington Kentucky FRAZEE Remedy will Have you Catarrh Trythte eo eta unia in Â¬ Frioo jector tor itasuooesaful treatment isf urnished free ShOoha Remedies nre sold by ua oa a guarantee to give satisfaction relievo and Cure you S HILOHVlSATARRH REMEDY It Jan 28 THE HEOl STORE M For sale by W McKee Hardie ly HALLS OLD STAND We hjarve oiax USTe O T N Rogers A1miNY ate nothing but dry nrona for three years onaocount of nt torriDio disease Dyspepsia He r ta os that he was entirely cured by Dr Househdld Tea and can cow oat anything This greatest tnedioino knOtniBBOia at 25 and 00 vents jpef package at Gabpenthkb A And are ready to give our friends Good Goods at Good Prices and it will do us Liquor Merchant good to see our friends come in and give our goods a good Look HAJNNEN HURSEY ot pure Anderson county whiskies full THE Hue JOHN DRISCOLL 232 ANN STREET w Store open at wines brandies etc Hes 235 D ROADWAY April 15 tf opposite Stute House MJnfcfeferte H D G MATTEMJ TESEJ- - JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO tertainment Dr James Chairman of tho Health Board appeared before tho counoil in regard to sanitary regulations to prevent oholora and tho spread of any infectious or contagious diseases this summer and rocoramonded that carts bo employed to go around tho oity and colloot all kitohen garbage A Horriblo Bailroad Accident Is daily chronic in our papers also tho death of som dear friend who Iirb died with OoMswpptipn wbqeiia If he or she had taken Ottos Gut for Throat and Lung disease in time lifo would hayo been rqudored happi Â¬ er and perhaps saved- - Howl the warning If you havfc a cough or any affootlon of the Throat or Lungs call at Chapman WillUroa and get a trial bottle free Largo aiase 50o 45 Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO 1 injur KY 101 AND 102 ANN STREET HasEiriEnt nf the Capital HnteL They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT lttf rii ange Our Location for Bus iness Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties nnd those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to reduce our lare 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 j vi A- - m ff G eneral 3Liigrlat and ZHZeavy HaxdTTvrare Wall Paper Harness SaddJex3r Paints Cils G lass Bmslies Varnish Sash IDoors Blinds Xagrons Si3rx5 es iron itoofine Cement Plaster Sewer Pipe IFTiae Pipe TX7ire Pools Salt Iron ZLiime Tools G arden Harness Leather Lace Leather Pirns Spolses Pope Pishing Tackle Oiatlexy and Binder TTvrheels -- Z V43 Twine 3 uaranteed ZE3Iose and La wn IMIo wers 5c Ta lter JL Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Wood A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Society Events 4 f ET P M Miss Christine Reynolds enter- Â¬ Mr George Rogers of Georgetown was here Sunday tained at cards last night in honor of Miss Page of New Jersey the guest Mr Vernon L Olark was in Win Â¬ chester this week of Miss Lizzie Pepper Mr Tilford Olark of Lexington The hop at the Capital Hotel ball was here this week room Wednesday night given by the Mr Howard Finnell of Shelbyville young gentlemen of the city in honor JEttStoT was in the city Sunday of the State Medical Association Mr and Mrs W S Dehoney were which held its annual meeting here in Georgetown thiB week this week was attended by a con- Â¬ Mrs E Polk Johnson was in Louiscourse of doctors and visiting and ville the first of the week resident ladies and gentlemen that Mrs James M Todd jr returned made the occasion in the throng and home to Louisville Saturday elegance of toilets resemble an Mr J 0 S Blackburn jr of Verinaugural hop In the beauty and sailles is visiting in this city grace of the ladies the gentlemen of Louis- Â¬ Hon J Fry Lawrence found no lack of inspiration for en- Â¬ ville was in the city this week joyment of the dance The hall was iiiMnvSMli Txk Mr Lawrence Leopold of Louis- Â¬ Main street artistically decorated and the music ville was in the city this week Mrs Jason Case and her daughter-in-la- by Prof Wolfs orchestra exceptionGen D W Lindsey went to CanMrs Harry B Case were in ally fine and those who attended as ton Ohio Monday on business Louisville Thursday on lookers and were entertained by Dr and Mrs W L Rodman of the intelligent gentlemen introduced Mrs John R Proctor was in LexÂ¬ Louisville visited Dr and Mrs J Q to them felt ington this week visiting friends that they bad partici- Â¬ A Stewart thiB week Â¬ Mr Charley Proehl returned SaturMrs D daughter pated with equal favor in the pleas day from a visit to Evansville Indi Miss SusieM McHenry and for Owens ures of the evening The following left Wednesday ana Mrs boro to visit relatives ladies were the chaperones Messrs Robert R and Carl Giltner Dr and Mrs Thos S Bullock of John Young Brown Mrs Wm Lind of Eminence were in the city Mon- Â¬ Louisville visited Mr and Mrs Sam say Mrs L C Norman Mrs Cas- Â¬ day D Johnson this week well Bennett Mrs Kate Mauer Mrs Messrs Harry Rodman and E L Dr and Mrs Wra Cheatham of R P Pepper Mrs Ed Heusley Mrs Stanton were in Woodford county Louisville were the guests this week W J Hendrick Mrs Wm Saffell Real Estate Transfers Sunday of Mrs Letitia Garrard Mrs James Rodman Mrs John W Rev E A Penick visited his Dr and Mrs John Young Brown Mary Waggoner c to H Davis brother Bishop Penick in Louisville Jr of Lakeland visited the Gover- Â¬ Rodman Mrs E E Hume also Mrs Harrod for 750 a house and lot on Monday nor at the Executive Mansion this Wm Cheatham of Louisville The committee in arranging for North St Clair street Hoagland returned week Mrs- - Thos Saturday from a visit to her parents Mrs L P Tarlton visited Mrs the hop and to whom its success was Scott in Lexington and attended the largely due were Doctors W E Bax Â¬ Mrs Ellen Thomas has sold in Lexington through the real estate agency of Damrosoh concert there Tuesday Miss Carrie Blakemore is the guest night ter chairman E E Hume W H Messrs L B Marshall Co her of Miss Hallie Gay in Woodford Mr and Mrs J G McLean and Mr Dade and J L Price farm of 174 acres lying on the Devils county this week and Mrs Phil Carpenter went to Hollow pike about a mile and a half The Convicts Mrs M W Wilhoit of Owen Louisville Wednesday on a shopping from the city to Mr A H Waggoner county is visiting Mrs Ada Garrett bxpedition on the South Side At one time this week it was thought for 6100 Rev W O Taylor left Thursday Mrs L P Tarlton and daughter morning for Nashville to attend the a portion of the convicts in the peni Mary Waggoner c to Leonidas Miss Christine Reynolds were in meeting of the Southern Baptist tentiary of this city had been leased Harrod for 750 a house and lot on Convention Louisville Saturday Foard temporarily to the Mason Dr Thos Hunt Stucky and Dr Company but the Commissioners of North St Clair street Mr Claude Berryman of Nashville was in the city Sunday visiting Mr Dudlev S Reynolds of Louisville are the Sinking Fund subsequently dis- Â¬ guests of Dr W E Baxter at the Deaths and Mrs W H Posey Capital Hotel covered that they had no power un Â¬ Miss Katie McOlean has returned Owens Hallie the Miss Alice Withrow of Midway der the new law to make any con- Â¬ home from a visit to Miss Jessie wa6 in the city Tuesday en routo to tract temporary or otherwise with- Â¬ daughter of Mr Charles Owens died Russellville Settle in Louisville to visit her sister Mrs out first advertising for proposals at her mothers home on Broadway Mrs J W Marksbury returned Hugh Mulholland The agreement therefore for the near Wilkinson street Saturday Saturday from a visit to Mrs H H Master Landon A Thomas jr of leasing of 500 convicts had to be an- night Lowell at Seymour Indiana Augusta ueorgia is visiting nis Mrs A F Respess after an ex- grandmother Mrs Ellen Thomas on nulled and now an advertisement in Harrod A daughter of Mr Davis tended visit to her mother in Mays Washington street the large dailies of the country baa Harrod of Big Eddy died Tuesday villa returned home Saturday been inserted inviting bids for the la- Â¬ who Miss Rosa Hale Dr J A Crack and wife of Louis- Â¬ has been visiting of Mayfield Miss bor at the penitentiary in whole or her Thanks ville were the guests this week of Mary Hale on Second cousin left in part the lessee to furnish his own street Hon Henry L Kremer and wife Tuesday evening for home tools and machinery and the State Mrs Walter Franklin requests us Miss May me GaineB came home George- Â¬ to clothe feed and guard the prison Â¬ to return her sincere thanks to the Mr OhaB Ellwanger was in from school in Louisville Saturday to town Monday and returned home ers and furnish shop room and power Court of Claims for unanimously vot-Â¬ avoid the dangers of typhoid fever that night with his wife who has The bids will be opened on June1 5th ing to purchase one of the Kedzie Mrs Fred Carter aftei a visit to been visiting friends in Cincinnati at noon water filters upon her recommendaMrs H H Watson went to Spring Rev W G Neville leaves Wednes- Â¬ week to visit Mrs Lucas Station this tion of its merits Worth Knowing day to attend the session of the Brodbead Southern General Assembly at Macon Nnny thousand people have found Mrs Margaretta Barrett Mrs Mary Georgia as a commissioner from the a fr oad in Aunt Fannys Health Re Â¬ Electric Bitters Y B Scott and Miss Mary Mason Louisville Presbytery ts orjr from au extend Â¬ This remedy is becoming so Scott have retnrned li you have never used this great Mr and Mrs Will Dorsey of La ed trip through the South Grance were in the city Sunday vis specific for the prevailing malady of well known and so popular as to Miss Laura Craddock after an exÂ¬ iting Major and Mrs Henry T Stan- Â¬ the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint need no special mention All tended visit to her sister Mrs James ton They returned home Monday ithcnmatism Jostivenoss Nervous who have used Electric Bitters Nervous Prostration W Blackburn in Washington City accompanied by Mrs Stanton and Exhaustion returned home Sunday nigQt Miss Florence Stanton who will make Sleeplessness and nil diseases arising sing the same song of praise from derangement of the stomach A purer medicine does not exist Mrs George W Reasor and son them a visit liver and kidneys we would be and it is guaranteed to do all that Master George are visiting relatives Mr Hal S Corbett and wife left to give you a package of thie George senior is Monday for Missoula Montana whore pleased in Cincinnati and Electric Bitters will is claimed great nervo tonic free of oharge in consequence a very lonely man they will make their future home 45 Chapman tc Williams cure all diseases of the Liver and Corbett will be associated in the Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown Mr Kidneys will renrve Pimples practice of law with hisrolativo Mr Hew to Cure aCold and Dr Chas 0 Lewis of Stamping Thomas Marshall formerly of Bal Boils Salt Rheum and other affec- Â¬ Ground attended the meeting of the lard county who since his residence Simply take Ottos Cure Wo know tions caused by impure blood State Medical Association on Wed Â¬ in Montana haa become one of the of its astonishing oures and that it Will drive Malaria from the sys- Â¬ nesday loading citizens of that State vill stop a cough quioker than any tem and prevent as well as cure all Mr John J Cowherd and wife and Mr Ed H Bull of this city who known remedy For cure of Miss Hinkle of Shelbyville were in completed his first year at the TheoIf you have Asthma Bronchitis Malarial fevers the city Saturday having ridden logical Institute in Chicago received Consumption or any disease of the Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ from home that morning on their bi- Â¬ a call this week to preach during the throat and lungs a few doses of this gestion try Electric Bitters En- Â¬ cycles vacation until September at a church groat guaranteed remedy will sur Â¬ tire satisfaction guaranteed or Miss Maggie Clay of Paris was in in Salyorsville Magoffin county Ky prise you the city on Wednesday and on Thurs Â¬ Mr Bull was offered more remuner Â¬ onIf you wish to try it call at our store money efunded Price 50 cts Main street and we will be pleased and J5t per bottle at South Side day she and her cousin Miss Lutie ative employment at the Worlds Ware made a trip to Louisville Fair but preferred to engage in active to furnish you a bottle free of cost drug store They returned that evening and Miss service in the cause to which he pro Â¬ and that will prove pur assertion P H Carpknter 45 Chapman Williams 5 poses to consecrate his life Clay is visiting Miss Ware 1 Â¬ Â¬ Mr Thos Todd was in Louisville Tuesday Ex Gov Knott was in LouiBville Monday Mr Lindsay Hale was in Louisville Wednesday Mr and Mrs D M McHenry wore in Louisville this week Miss Sue Morris is home from a visit to relatives in LouiBville Miss Lena Vooris of Mercer county is visiting relatives in this city Miss Lizzie Phythian of Newport visited Mrs Sam E James this week Miss Mary Brent returned this week from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Mabel Clark has returned from an extended visit to friends in Cin- Â¬ cinnati Miss Hallie Page of Orange N J is visiting Miss Lizzie Pepper on w AGES WW OF DISPLfl T -- I ol r at B JFmStBi HANDSOME Vj Â¬ Â¬ PATTEEJKS A1 Â¬ Â¬ I I R ROGERS LOW DPKLICKS Assigned SON TSM I 4 Mr Edward Claassen who has been engaged in the plumbing business in this city for the past five or six years made An assignment yesterday for the benefit of his creditors Strayed or Stolen An aged bay horse heavy mane and tail think he has a star in fore Â¬ head a little spiteful A liberal reÂ¬ ward will be paid for hiB return or information that will enable me to find him M L S0 4al m m m K m Â¬ 2t Frankfort Ky Ortjtoheb m eight-year-ol- d Jackets and Capes Special sale of spring jackets and capes A big cut on prices 35 I P 2t Sam D Johnson Co Â¬ prices 35 We offer a fine stock 2t Novelty Dress Goods at very low Sam D Johnson Co f A Â¬ All Wool Suitings yards of stylish all wool suit Â¬ ings 38 inches wide at 49 cents worth 60 and 65 cents 400 35 2t Sam D Johnson Co es The cheapest line of ladies miss Â¬ childrensmens and boys shoos to be found in tho city at I Davis 30 Â¬ tf Worlds Pair Scenic Routo Ohio Railway The Chesapeake have placed Worlds Fair excursion tickets on sale at all of their princi- Â¬ pal stations in Virginia and WeBfc Virginia Ohio routo is The Chesapeake the quickest shortest and most direct from all Virginia and West Virginia points Tickets are good for return passage until the closing of the Fair This is the only line from tho South Â¬ east running daily solid vestibuled electric lighted dinning car trains For special information accommo- Â¬ dations for partieB in special cars and all other information that can Â¬ not be obtained through your nearest ticket agent address O 0 B Ryan Asst G P A 0 Railway Cincinnati O i 4J u Frankfort diately 34 For Rent tf My house in South Possession given imme Â¬ Guy Barrett O J J -- Needing 1 It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Biliousness Liver Complaint and Neuralgia BnOWWSIHONBITTERS tonic or children who wont build lug up should tako LADIES I jtm mm i W h J Dont gation Ruin Your Eyes Electro Plated Ware- - hJd By allowing Incompetent self stylsd scientific opticians nnd peddlers lit tlium Tlio optician should graduate und have IiIb dlpoma of qual li- Â¬ Soup Ladles Berry Spoons Preserve Spoons Cream Ladles IN Marble Qayx Bronze Tea Sets 4 Gravy Ladles Eras the modern Improved scientific Instruments Frames Accurately Fitted to the cxamlnod with the Oculists Test Cose and Face Forks Cold Meat Forks Horse Raddish Spoons Olive Spoons Bon Bon Spoons Water Sets Baking Disbes Berry Bowls Salad Bowls Cake Fruit Stands Iron and Wood Gases SILVER WATCHE5 1000to GOLD FILLED WATCH E- SWarranted tor gOL ID GOnD WATCllES 12 DO Butter Knives Sugar Spoons Should xour had uche eye3 burn or water sight blur and your glasses dont suit come urn Gola Satisfaction guaranteed consult me glasses a specialty E X O ZEJHAGEN A 31 K Graduate Optician at II street Knitiuort Wednesday May Monday 4 James J L Price Waller H Dade John Pugh Stuart W T Bucknor John W Orr A M Miles G F Thompson J O The Thirty Eighth Annual Session Robinson James R Ely Hugh L Tobin Alfred Hensley W P Banta J Q A Held for Three Days at the Stewart W E Baxter O H Reynolds Court house STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY M 29 SO and Selberts St Clair Tuesday and Pickle Forks Strawberry Forks Souvenir Spoons etc Ice Tubs Pickle Dishes 20 to 3500 years 2000 AT from 2300 to 12500 The lowest Prices 3Exmee3E3olx REGISTER L Bntt Danville Jno C Brogle Fayette Dnn lap D Howard Kincaid Steele Bailey and Harry I Cowan Richmond Orville A Kennedy Clar ence H Vaught and J M Poyntz Shelby county W L Underwood Curtis Austin G F Adams Jno G Burohett R D Pratt nnd Melvin M A Or LOCAL THE ENTIRE a 9 lf i K UY fj It r 1 K fe m B r j r r V m fil fa tr xi rc 7 The Kentucky State Medical Socie- Â¬ ty met in this city Wednesday and The attend- Â¬ adjourned yesterday ance was very large nearly every county town and village in the State having one or more representatives of the profession The meetings were held at the court house the entire lower floor of which had been set Apart for the occasion and specially prepared and decorated with flags bunting festoons and flowers Every inoh of space in the court room was occupied and it is no disparagement to any previous gatherings there to say that no finer looking or more intelligent body of men ever assem Â¬ bled in that inclosure in which the voices of many of Kentuckys greatÂ¬ est and most highly Honored oitizens have rung out in matchless eloquence While doctors are not trained to ora tory there were a good many of those at the meetings whose ability and ex- Â¬ perience in special lines of their call Â¬ ing gave to their remarks and dis Â¬ cussions a finish and point not ex celled by some of the best speakers f Though the purpose of the annual Assemblies is to interchange thought And experience derived from the practice of the year and from the Amount of business disposed of doubtless much valuable information was gained the Society neverthe- Â¬ less found ample time to view all points of interest in and around the city and to enjoy the hospitality of the medical fraternity of the county And many non professional citizens who extended the honored guests a cordial welcome At the depot on Wednesday the visitors were met by the reception ommittee and escorted to room 15 in the Capital Hotel whioh had pre viously leon secured and supplied with the necessary details for head quarters About 12 oclock that day President Arch Dixon of Henderson colled the meetiug to order and Rev Dr J McOlusky Blayney of the First Presbyterian Church opened the pro Â¬ ceedings with an impressive prayer Judge Ira Julian followed in a neat and happy address of welcome whioh In its good humored and unaffected stylo at onco placed the audionee en rapport with the speaker and made All feel that they were among Mends who were glad to extend them a cor-Â¬ Â¬ Leathers Franklin Bates and Alvin Duvall Anderson county Jno T Wither spoon G D Lillnrd Chas W Kava nuugh James W Speer and O A M G Â¬ Archibald Dixon Sr Archibald Dixon Jr John Young Brown Jr and A W Quinn F J Ynger Campbollsburg Cinnamon Henderson Harrodsburg A D Price H Plum mer Win D Powell also George E Davis of Salvisa Lancaster J B Kinnair and H C Herring Stanford J G Carpenter Knox County B F Herndon and JN Baughman Winchester I A Shirley and S W Willis Nicholas county O S Rash Charles W Mathews and Nelson H McNemo Owingsvillo S C Alexander und F C Gudgell Mt Sterling 0 B Duersou Murphysville J W Huddleson Hnstonville H Brown and Edward Al- Â¬ corn Mason county H K Adamson D D Peck nnd J H Kelly MoKinney E T Wilkenson Greendale F M Greene Clinton George Beeler Finohville T N Willis Chestnut Grove W R Ray Cynthiana L L Givens R Garr Flemingsburg C W Atkins and C Petersburg J M Grant Humphrey TtGaruer J T Wesley Lebanon R 0 McChurch Hodgenville E S Smith and W E W Middleburg Hopkiusville J P Thomas and B F Eagle Jessamine county Dr J W Hallo Paducah Frank Boyd and J Brooks Marion S D Swope Bowling Green J N MoCormaok Duckers H B Inues Eminence 0 D Todd Morgan county T E Thomas Stamping Ground 0 C Lewis Boonsboro J H Speer way G Rodman Learning Somerset George M Reddish Orel T B Greenley West Point J V Prewitt Pendleton county J M Meek Newport J L Phythian Troy John C Lowery Cincinnati G J Cullen Riley G B Evans Owenton H G Smith Waddy 0 R Johnson Nolin D C Bo wen Willlamstown J D Violetto Union H C Lassing Stanton 0 D Mansfield and J E Besides the members the meeting dial greeting was attended by the following agents The Secretary Dr Steele Bailey of for various drugs surgical instru Danville then called the roll and the ments appliances and medical publifollowing members responded cations attractive displays of which Louisville J M Mathews J G CeoiJ were made in the vacant places at B B Gilbert D B Greenly H H seats and in the counGrant J B Marvin W L Rodman W the rear of the room Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w ivfc r V Evnus Win Bailey M F Ooonoa Henry E Tuley Win C DuRan P Richard Taylor E L Pearoe J H Ram Â¬ sey W H Wathon Harry E Pello Philip JLostor Barbour W B Blue August flehaahner John M Williams Jno V Ada ma Louis Frank Gurrau Pope A M Cartledgu Frank G Wilson J W Guest W O Roberta T Hunt Stuoky J Fulton Turdom I N Bloom 8 GDnbney J A Ouohterlony W Rodin Kirk Dudley a Roynolds and J MoDormott Lexington George D Kelley II M Skillman F O Youug W B AlcOluro R L Willis J C Cnrriok Silas Evans N L BoBworth Thou H Kinnaird L B Todd M T Scott Lyman Boeoher Todd Jno G Oldham David Barrow O W Trapp and J A fltuoky Franklin county E E Hmno U V IVilliuins George W Chiun Sam E O T O Green E B Palmer T S Bullook L S MoMurtry Win Cheatham J M Ray ty judges John Wyeth fc adelphia By T L Porry Tarrants Hoffs perient By N York Renz By ifc Bros Ohomists Phil D Ballard and Henry Â¬ Malt and Seltzer Ap E Hurlbort of New Chas H Robbins Surgical Instruments Tafel Bros By Alb 0 Tafel Louisvillo Mooro Instr u- Holeuoump Grady Warner Co Philadelphia By G S Shinnick The Wm S Merroll Chemical Compa Â¬ ny Cincinnati Ohio By Walter Ellis nnd R D Justes Mellins Food For Infants Bostou By T B Glazebrook and J B Davis Malted Milk Co Racino Wisconsin By S L Bryson of Louisville Henry Elixor Three Chlorides Henry of Louisville The Tildeu Company Now York By F A Spring Hill Gun Club The following officers of the Spring Hill Gun Club have been elected to serve for the ensuing year viz President R Morris Vice President George L After dinner papers on special sub- Payne Seorotary and Treasurer J jects were read by Doctors Marion 0 Mastin Messrs Huston Lucien Bullock Cecil Frank and Pope of Mastin Yuba Mangan and George Louisville Scott Todd and Oldham Hays were admitted to membership of Lexington Price of Harrodsburg in the Club and Greenley of Orel Released From Custody J M An elegant reception by Dr and Foley the tramp who was arrested Mrs J Q A Stuart at the Feeble Friday of last week as the probable Mfnded Institute was attended by the author of the wrecking of the C Society and no effort spared to make O train in Polecat cut was on Sat the occasion surpass all previous en Â¬ urday released by County Judge tertainments given by the genial Williams there being no proof what- Â¬ ever to make a case against him Doctor and his wife That night at the Opera House in Three Fingers Saturday after- Â¬ the presence of as large an assemblage noon Sam Hiatt an employe at the as the hall could accommodate Pres Furniture Factory lost three fingers ident Dixon delivered an address and of his right hand while engaged in was followed by Attorney General sawing planks with a ripsaw A Small Blaze Monday night at Hendrick on The Doctors Mission The hop at the Capital Hotel else seven oclock a lamp at Mrs Wolfs where noted concluded the pro- residence on Clinton street was gramme for the first day overturned and set fire to the bed Thursday morning papers were cloths An alarm was sounded from read byDoctorsEodmanBlue Green box 26 but before the fire department Evans Dugan Oartledge MoMurtry could arrive on the scene the fire Wilson Guest Cheatham and Tuley was extinguished The loss small Resigned Mr B G Graham fore- Â¬ of Louisville Reddish of Somerset Karls Mays man of the broom and mattress facto- Â¬ Purifier Clover Root the new BloodÂ¬ Butt of Franklin Adamson of gives freshness and clearÂ¬ ry at the Feeble minded Institute re- Â¬ ness to ville Barrow of Lexington Carpen the Complexion and cures ter of Stanford and Dade of Frank- Â¬ signed this week to accept employ- Â¬ Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 For sale by W McKce Hardie ment with Dehoney Graham fort Confederate Decoration The In the afternoon papers were road A New Leader by Doctors Schackner Roberts graves of the Confederate dead in Prof Albert Wolf departed to day Grant Stucky Pope Purdom Bloom the cemetery of this city will be dec- Â¬ Taylor Dabney Ouchterlony Kirk orated on next Saturday afternoon for Cincinnati where he will remain Ray and Coomes of Louisville the 20th inst at 4 oclock until next September Mr W A River News The Peoples Paoket Deihle has taken charge of his class Greene of Greendale Cowan of Danville McOormack of Bowling Co composed of nineteen or twenty and othor music business until his re Â¬ Green Quinn of Henderson and Mc of the Kentucky river shippers and turn and thus the Frankfort orches- Â¬ steamboatmen have at last entered tra will be maintained during the Olure of Lexington That night the Society were enter- Â¬ the Rescue in this trade and propose summer months Mr Deihle has his tained by the local fraternity at a to make two trips a week between office in Sower Ahlers building banquet at the Capital Hotel at Louisville and Shakers Ferry Oapt This gentleman has had long experi- Â¬ which there was a spread that left Frank Myers is in command of the ence in the music business and for nothing to be desired to make it a Rescue and Mr Sid Douthitt in several years previous to locating in charge of the office complete success Frankfort traveled as leader and mu Â¬ The Falls City will arrive at this sical director with several well known The toasts proposed were replied to port on Wednesdays and Saturdays theatrical companies as follows State Board of Health Dr J M and the Resue on Tuesdays and Fri- Â¬ Strawberry Tea Matthews days The Ladies Dr O D Todd State Medical Press Dr Wm Bai- Â¬ The ladies of the Methodist Church Grave Mistakes ley will give a strawberry tea Thursday The All Around Doctor Dr Dud Â¬ Substantial 25 cents ley S Reynolds Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ May 18th Progressive Surgeon Dr L S Mo- Â¬ takes in treatment of Heart Disease ices and strawberries 25 cents Murtry The rate of sudden deaths is daily in Â¬ Where Are We At Dr Ed R Pal creasing Hundreds become victims mor of the ignorance of physiownB in the Tho Infant Doctor Dr E Polk treatment of this disease One in Johnson four has a diseased heart Shortness Our Host Dr L B Todd of breath palpitation and fluttering sensation Yesterday morning the business of irregular pulse choking or tender Â¬ asthmatic breathing pain the meeting was concluded by the ness in side shoulder or arm weak A onirics Mmmmm eleotion of officers for the ensuing hungry spells are oyniptoms of Heart Dr Miles Now Heart Cure year and the reading of papers of Disease only reliable Roynolds Pope and MoDor Â¬ is the testify to its remedy Thous Dootors wonderful cures ands 0 mott of Louisville Trap and Stuoky Books froe Sold by J W Gayle of Lexington Givens of Cynthiana W 50 FPU A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE m Shortsightedness Yager of Oampbellsburg Groenloy Anaarreeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIO of Orel Willis of Finchville Rey- Â¬ Sold by DruuffNtsor sent by mall 25c GOo and 100 per package Samples t rco nolds of Frankfort and Prewitt of To waste your money on vile dirty Tho Favorite TOOTH TOWTIB Winery mixtures compounded by in West Point tor the Tcoth and Breath 25o experienced persons whon you have Dr J Q A Stewart of this city the opportunity of testing Ottos For sale by W McKee Hardie HALLS OLD STAND Jan28 ly was elected President and Dr O D Cure free of chargo Why will you Todd of Eminence Vice President continue to irritato your throat and lungs with haoking The next meoting will take plaoe cough when that terrible Williams Chapman at Middlesborough will furniHh you a froe sample bottle The society adopted resolutions of this great guaranteed remedy splendid stook oh todacco farm Hold a bottle of to the A about requesting the Legislature to pass light and observe Ottos Cure golden aboutcontalnln sone hulf 270 acres ami situated miles from Frankfort two and its beautiful to givo un color and thiok heavy syrup Lar Â¬ Ky on a good turnpike road the bill now pending of the judgment of the Franklin ly claimed bodies of dead paupers to gest packages and purest goods Circuitvlrturo In the suit or S S Cannes udmr Court Largo bottle 60c auulni t D II Caluies c I am directed to sell 45 the medical colleges urging the the above farm to the highest and best bidder Legislature to make larger appro Â¬ at the court housH door In Frankfort Ky on a credit ot C 12 und 1H months In equal Install ANNOUNCEMENT priations for the support of the luna Â¬ montfl the mircnusor to execute bond with apÂ¬ proved security bearing Interest at U per ceut tic asylums condoming the move Â¬ per annum and a lien retulued on the land unFor Assessor ment now on foot to abolish the til all the purchase money Is paid Bale will be Feeble minded Institute and highly We are authorized to announce M B DORTEN at 12 oclock in June 5 1KH This Is u rare for of Franklin county chance to get a good farm at public auction com mending Dr J Q A Stowarts as a candidateactionAssessor Democratic party W U FOdEY subject to the of the management 6f that institution May G lm May 13 3t Master Commissioner F C C Â¬ Â¬ raont Company St Louis By W R Grndy W D Allison Co Indianapolis Ind Operating Chair and Tnbles Dr W T Galbraith with W B San dors Philadelphia Medical Books Medical Mirror Monthly By John P Lowell R S Coleman Lexington Wm F Beard Shelbyville Top Drawer eveler Matrimonial Â¬ Butter Dishes At lowest prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gaines Hays It has just become known that on April 21st last Mr Edward Gaines and Miss Mamio Hays quietly slipped away to JofTersonville Ind where they were united in mar Â¬ riage by Rev Dr McKain of the Baptist Church Mr Gaines is the lessee and manager of the opera house and a young gentleman of fine character and business qualifications His bride is a lovely young lady the daughter of Mr E M Hays who is the superintendent of the chair fac- Â¬ tory for Mason Foard Co The couple have numerous friends who will be surprised and pleased to learn of their marriage Griffin Oronan Cards were is- Â¬ sued this week announcing the mar- Â¬ riage of Mr John D Griffin of this city to Miss Lizzie Oronan of Louis- Â¬ ville the ceremony to take place next Wednesday the 17th at the Cathedral on Fifth street Louis- Â¬ ville The couple will make their home in this city Gregory Gardner Mr William 0 Gregory and Mrs Ellen Gardner both of this county were united in marriage Wednesday morning by Rev H G Honderson nt the Metho- Â¬ dist parsonage in this city Â¬ MlffftTvTwTvrfllftM Â¬ EAMI FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ UMBKSi J K TiI TWK t - rflwr J M JXsusxi3n Dealers in Vhicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H H Babcock New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio Brothers HHir We are agents for and keep a large stock of Studebafeer and Old Hick Â¬ ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee ii to be the best Chilled Plow made We have about 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clo ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices Vsl Examine our Stock Before Purchasing FftANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter AT A RIPE AGE Back to the Old Home GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 18 1893 THE COUNTY PRODUCTS What the Assessors Lists for and 1893 Tell of Franklins Crops 1892 The county assessors return of the statistics of the county taken in the fall of 1892 for the Auditors re port of 1803 shows there was a considerable decrease in the crops of 1892 as compared with those of 1891 The tobacco crop of 1892 which is put down at 3055 acres and 2319450 Â¬ i pounds or about 760 pounds to the acre is 206400 pounds less than 1891 The hemp crop of 1892 was 70800 pounds or 26100 pounds less than of 1891 There were 105 tons more of hay raised in 1891 than in 1892 The corn crop in 1891 was 12508 acres and 334461 bushels or nearly 27 bush- Â¬ els to the acre In 1892 it was 8843 acres and 221676 or 25 bushels to the acre In 1891 there was a crop of 83 089 bushels of wheat raised on 6093 acres or 13g bushels to the acre and D G Edwards und of travelers i in 1892 the crop was 82314 bushels and all sort new conditionsappreciate und G P A emigrant and settlers on 6257 acres or 13fc bushels to the testify to the preventive and remedial propStomach Bitters In sea Small Farm for Sale acre There were 13542 bushels of erties of Hostttters malaria and rheumatic nausea tlckness of the stomach lg92 trouble and ail disorder oats raised in the county in Against the prejudicial liver and bowels A smail which was 6832 more bushels than Influences of climate crudely cooked or un- improved farm of twenty acres well and two miles from this U is u diet and impure water the crop of 1891 The gross seed accustomedsafeguard and has been so regarded city on a good pike is offered for sale sovereign for over a third or a crop was 455 bushels for 1892 as by the trnvellnt public malarijl fever from at a bargain For terms c apply century Mo form of 29 tf against 83 bushels for 1891 In meadow the culentura of the Pacific und the broken at this office bone fever of the Mississippi to Its milder there were 3207 acres in 1892 as com- Â¬ types can rtslst the curative action of this For Sale or Rent My dwelling a benignant preserver and pared with 4275 in 1891 and in wood- Â¬ veritable boon to personsrestorer of health or house on Ann street in feeble health land 5497 acres in 1892 as compared liable to incur disease J T Buckley tf with 6130 acres in 1891 The other items of the statistics LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky show 2850 legal voters for 1892 as KET compared with 3375 for 1891 and Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ DURRETT 2489 children between 6 and 21 years FUKNISlIED BY GLOVER tised letters for the week ending for 1892 as compared to 2596 for 1891 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE May 13 1893 also 10 studs jacks and bulls stand- Â¬ Boll Miss Luoy Kriete William ing for fees at 349 as the total rates Sales on our market for the week Bryant Jammie Lewis Mrs James justclosed amountto 2814 hhds with Boyd MIbs Ida per season for 1892 Long V receipts for tho same period of 2599 Bressett M H Money hhds Sales on our market since Jan Black Mrs Mar- - Morton George Alford uary 1st amount to 62173 hhds Sales THE ORGANIZATION Mitchel Jack tba 1892 on our market to of the crop of McElroy Robert Baker William Of the State Board of Equalization date 66355 hhds not developed any Coifman Miss Malme Hon It J Our has Moore N J L Bettle For the Adjustment of This changemarket in prices for burley tobacco Cornctt Grant The offerings have been Cooper John T Pickett Mrs Era this week Years Assessment ma liberal and composed largely of com- Â¬ Curtis John Robinson Mrs mon grades The State Board of Equalization Jennie fairly rep Â¬ Clark Mrs Nan- Rasor Mrs Nancy The nie composed of Messrs J S Phelps of resent following quotations burley to- Â¬ our market for new Fields Mrs Eliza Rea Samuel G Fayette county Joseph S Murray bacco 1892 crop Seberea Miss Efflo Hall Albert of Louisville Edward Starks of Ful- Â¬ Trash dark or damaged Shaw G E 4 50 Hall F W 3 50 tobacco ton county and L 0 Prichard of Common Colory Smithson J W 7 00 Harrod Mrs trash 4 50 Scruggs R F Kissie county besides Auditor Nor Â¬ Medium to good colory Elliott Taylor Robbord man who is ex officio a member met 8 50 Harrin Sovey 6 60 trash Frfraan Geo 6 00 Hutchison Whale Common lugs not colory 4 50 on Tuesday at the Auditors office Irvens Miss Jen- - Trimble Mrs A 9 00 7 00 Colory for the purpose of organizing pro Common to good lugs Weiler A nie colory Medium Wilson Miss paratory to the work of the adjust 10 00 Johnson Miss 8 50 lugs Looana Minnie ing the assessment as between coun- Â¬ Common to medium leaf 8 50a 13 00 S Walford Levi 13 00a 15 00 Join N ties for 1893 Mr Phelps was made Medium to good leaf 20 00 Kemp Mrs Susan Warner James 15 00 fine leaf Chairman and Messrs Robert B Good toor wrappery When calling for these letters say Franklin and Charles F Exum of Select 20 00a 25 50 advertised tpbacoo J M Saffell P M this city and SilaB Oppenheimer of Elliott county were elected secreta- As no more than one half rice of the necessary returns for the Board to work upon had been made to the Auditor by the county clerks an adjournment until tho 23d inst was agreed to to wait for tho re Â¬ turns and to give tho secretaries time to test and tabulate such coun- Â¬ ties as had already reported Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Jane Redding tho Mother of Messrs William Craik and William McEwan who emigrated to this Mrs D C Crutchor Passes country when boys nearly fifty years ago left Wednesday to visit the home Away of their childhood at Doune in Scot- Â¬ Mrs Jane Redding died Monday land They will doubtless find things evening at 6 oclock at the residence sadly changed about the old home of her Mr Dallas 0 and very few left who will recognize Crutchor on the corner of Ann and in the two grey haired men the Clinton streets The deceased was Scoth laddies who left tho old town eighty three years of age and came a half century ago to seek their for- Â¬ to this city from Shelby county a few tunes in this country years ago to make her home with her There is nothing I have ever used daughter She was an invalid for for muscular rheumatism that gives more than five years and for two me as much relief as Chamberlains years of that time was confined to Pain Balm does I have been using her room but despite her suffering it for about two years four bottles in as occasion required and alwayB she exemplified in unvaried gentle- Â¬ all a bottle of it in my home I be- Â¬ keep ness and patience her faith and forti lieve I know a good thing when I tude in the religion of Christ which fet hold of it and Pain Blam is the I have ever met with she embraced at a verv early period VV B liniment dairyman New LexingDenny of her life ton Ohio 50 cent bottles for Baleby 35 lm The remains were taken to Shelby- - J W Gayle ville Wednesday and buried in the cemetery of that city Rev Robert Excursion to Cincinnati via Queen and Crescent Route Matthews of the Christian Ohuroh The dedication of the new city hall to which the deceased belonged con and a general demonstration in honor ducting the funeral services of that event will take place at Cin- Â¬ cinnati May 13 1893 Tickets will be sold from all stations in Kentucky Birds of Passage at one fare for the round trip good Between this and the other side ot the broad going on trains arriving at Cincin- Â¬ Atlantic In the shape of tourist cominer- - nati the morning of May 13th aud agents on the good to return on trains of May 13th clal travelers and mariners road steamboat captains ships surgeons and 14th son-in-law Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUV G IST KY WJ wfl HALLS OLD STAND FR4NKF 0F5T We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE Jan 21 - - - - C ly L GAYLE OTX7 Jtz lJzrC idsIjB iasr STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET Alaska S Charcoal Filled Refrigerators jmJti3C3Kr The Quick Meal sales In absolutes fely against uccldeits Becau e the Quick Meal Is the only stove bavlngr burners that cannot be opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having a tatiK that cuiinot be taken off for tilling un- Â¬ less all the burners are cltsed Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having an Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Menl Is the nly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is In use Becnufse the Quick Meal Is the only stove haVlng all pipes made ot untl rust material Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having the needle points of the burners made of Uer min silver which makes them absolutely Inde- Â¬ structible Because the Quirk Meal Is the only stove having a rim on the cast Iron bun er tops extending over the burner drum mid tubes thus protecting them nKulnst the dripping from the cooking vessels 1891 amounted to S6212 Moves The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on the market run up to 101955 stoves The Quick Meal 1h the only stove which offers fSGrOS n April 23 tt 2R1PF1TM or removing Stamps and Hocks for Quarry mea and Well diggers Safe easily handled and cheap For fall Information and price address jci fcRiui i i iibiiii i a ir v yj HHMHLflfe hHVJIh HHJiH f b n Mnr 18 ly Â¬ Lawn Mowers V Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I PRICES Lead The Market 2 Xnclx CsSzLjJIJLXOIzT 4z Ci ftntflLBaking Hug 4BO CO r m fci Sbllohs YItallzcr is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 75o Sold by W MoKoeHgrdle 22 The only Pare Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum TiH r- - JLmmJm Used in Millions of Homei April 15 lbLlMwLnsLJLsXilil N MAlAv 40 Yetrc the Standard ly 323 EEO XD7u3r Street L dh Li H i iirJ i It v tifcj j1 jW JbiLiHj il--- J y Deering Binders with their handy jointed platform No binder trucks needed The perfect machine made by the largest Farm Implement Factory in the world Let us furnish you a 1I HARNESS J in mm mm and binder twine or any style vehicle you may need Some special bargains in a We need only to mention these goods now known and used more than all others and afl over the world We also sell the Â¬ SADDLES AND Fine Lap Robes Lap Robes and Dusters from 50 cents each on up h vtf f t Best Cultivators made Improved Hay Rakes Single and Double Shovel Plows and extras for same - - Pw fc T1 Til j Ml CLOVER HDLLEBS One second hand Threshing out fit for sale at a big bargain THE KENTUCKY BUGGY t 1 HARNESS WORKS trvfs AS IL J vv - M i OOipiDezrsixiitli iri UK- a Is headquarters for everything the a WATCH CLOCK AND JEWELRY LINE BsaasKsass 33ftSS2S3SE53Sff The best of attbnti ft Vi V n given to iMid rppair department and satisfaction guaranteed not to be exeolit d in workmanship I D KELLEY Mr Thomas Poynter one of the most highly respected citizens of this OF CINCINN AT IO will be at the county we regret to learn suffered a slight stroke of paralysis while at work in his garden on Tuesday and is KY IN LEXINGTON now lying dangerously ill at his homo Ducker Station Owing to hiB Saturday May near 20 1893 age 81 years grave fears are enter- Â¬ Saturday June 10 1893 tained for his recovery with very strenuous FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT meet turnpike stockholdersopposition trom but the An Old Citizen III IP aca he people will support and elect him FRANKFORT MAY 18 1893 Some weeks ago the Roundabout spoke of a patent churn that made two pounds of butter from two quarts N TIME TABLE L of cream The ladies here were inis now hi clined to doubt the statement until The following time table they learned that Col HiramBorry effeot upon the L t N rond said his churned one and one half TBAINB NOBTH pounds of butter from two gallons of 5C0 am water this of course settled all con- Â¬ No28lenveBFrnnkfort 935 a m troversy No 17 leaves FrankfoJt 300 p m No 21 leaves Frankfort While Mr T J Richey of Alton 785 pm No I91eaves Frankfort Mo was traveling in Kansas he was TBAINB EAST taken violently ill with cholera mor- Â¬ 1020 a m bus He called at a drug store to get No 18 leaves Frankfort 440 pm some medicine and the druggist No 20 leaves Frankfort 640 p jn recommended Chamberlains Colic No 24 arrives Frankfort 855 pm Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy so No 22 leaves Frankfort Nos 23 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage highly he concluded to try it Tno for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 oonneot result was immediate relief and a few doses cured him completely It at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch is made for bowel complaint and W W Alexandeb nothing else It never fails For Agent 36 lm sale by J W Gayle Â¬ W Veterinary Remedies FnEPAIlEDBYTnE Kentucky Veterinary Meflicine Co MT FHOEBTIX HOTEL STERLING KY KENTUCKY WeRINARY Lost Brown stripped shawl large in size between Frankfort and Bridge30 Â¬ Piles cured without surglca HEMORRHOIDS operation imd nltn llttlo or no pain UKEKHKNCES W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Stiten Frankfort Ky port Monday May 8th Leave same Salyers on Broadway ut Jeffers Frankfort Suitable reward 3t Mrs Sam Salyers A full and beautiful line of spring dress groods containing all of the 30 tf novelties at I Davis Duckors Wet and cold Farmers are a little discouraged Miss Nannie VanDerventer of Lex ington is visiting friends here Miss Lulie Gibson is visiting in Ty- Â¬ rone Miss Ida Durham is visiting Miss Susie Darnell His friends will regret to learn that Dr Harry Innes is contemplating removing to Tennessee Died At her residence on the second instant Mrs Margaret Parish aged 84 years Mrs Parish leaves three sons and many friends to mourn her loss The wheat crops promise a splen- Â¬ did yield and other small grain is looking well Tobacco plants were never better and conditions being favorable we are likely to have the largest orop ever grown in the Bluegrass section The Courier Journals Washington correspondent says Mr Cleveland will dish out Kentuoky pie this That being the case we month would respectfully invito his atten Â¬ tion to our post ofUces iBnt it a little impudent for Louis Â¬ ville to offer 1000000 for the Capital Jefferson is or has nearly always been a pauper county and Louisville might do well to give her million to ward the education of her children thus relieving tPrankfort and other townB of this burden Col Tobias Gibson who is a candi Â¬ date to represent Woodford county in tho next Legislature announces himself in favor of free roads each county owning and controlling its own roads Mr Gibson is likely to Â¬ Cheap Rates on the L N tfOPffiQ Xlcri rcai IV TheL and N Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Mammoth Cave Ky May 14th to May 17th at 588 good returning until May 21st on account Annual Conclave Knights Templar of Kentucky N Railroad will sell round The L trip tickets to Louisville at one and one third fares plus one dollar ad miBBion May 0th to May 18th good returning until May 22d on accont of the Jookey Club Races Tho L N Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Little Rock Arkansas May 16th to 18th one first class limit- Â¬ ed fure good returning until June 5th Account General Assembly O P Church N Railroad offers you The L ohoice of five routes viz Via Louis- Â¬ I and ville the Panhandle J M O via Cincin Â¬ Monon L N A St L nati Big Four 0 O O Co Pennsylvania Pennsylvania D Railroad all solid Lines 0 H vestibule trains composed of first class coaches sleeping and parlor cars between Louisville Cincinnati Only 14 hours from and Chicago Frankfort to Chicago Leave Frank Â¬ fort at 3 p m or Chicago 7 a m with only one ohange of cars Berths se Â¬ cured free of oharge and all bag Â¬ gage ohooked through Round trip tickets 1515 v vsmk Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine Sedutlve Wound Dressing DR KELLEYa office anl residence Is at 259 Coush Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral West KUUtti stwet Cincinnati nii where he may Tonic and Condition Powders befounu mO day of each week except SATURrampi lets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment went free to any one W I KELLEY M I by aadresslnc 253 W Eight St Cincinnati O 206 St CLAIU STREET DRUGGIST HALLS CONSULTATION FREE Tas M Burberluk Frankfort M Kev L P Uulett Benson Ky Ky A II McClurc Frankfort uyhe Frankfort Ky iV J David Moorii Benson Ky V vmk ic Jl f TRADE MARK ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins c Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In lluenza Dlbtemper etc Heel and GaU Oint- Â¬ ment Eye Lotions Bllsterliift Ointment Wltlirow Frankfoit Ky Â¬ W McKee Hardie OLD STAND 6m Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky rllllllliailllllllMllllllllIIIUIIllllllllllllIlllUlltllllllllllt9 Febl8 g 1 2 iUodJoj yarflo ou Anq niMMoApuBfaoaoiieoxa VAOH I -- TICE TSaZE- - 3HL8uirex3 PTom 9Ttt VT enmotrni 3niiogU ua nvtri WWT VUtt JV VUUU21 JfiUA 4 paviaprrsnO Saiuog pooo ojoto wn 5 MONON ROUTE l4iVP VvSll ijBrnua3oijsn Ootnuvoddvitfiatraooiirtttii aorjoiusno3 nj itmbu ojj lllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlilllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllia dn otx UM11BOJ nstnjsnfpvD3JI8IIn 3 a 3 B The Direct and Popular Line to Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut and refreshing to tho taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt hi its action aud truly beneficial in its efFects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and hnvo made it the most Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sn eNntigSutptonvjlSwn 3 oipo9aurjo iioRroH 1 a CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Hb TPfc swtfiS DbeTDjIhIR VestibuledTrains Dining Car Services PalaceChair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers W L popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Will be of value to the world by illus Â¬ gists Any reliable druggist who trating tho improvements in tho may not have it on hand will promeohanical arts and eminent physi Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who cians will tell you that tho progress wishes to try it Do not accept any in medicinal agents has been of substitute equal importance and as a strongth CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ing laxative that Syrup of Figs is far 8AN FRANCISCO 0AL new york ny louiaviur o in advance of all others Worlds Columbian Exposition Â¬ S 031MVM SUW3A SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllg And Only First Clnsss Accommodations For Further Information Address S L Â¬ Bryant C P A W 6 Crush D Pi A 3NBH0YM Jan ittHim BNIMaSi IVAOH titiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiii B LOUISVILLE KY OR Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 I fe 1 sasassassBixmiSsasEBa The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator I 41 1 IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT MMlgjfiiBaiWmirilMBB It has been sold in this city jfor the last four years My customers advertise 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 ice to keep it cold It is handsome enough to put in your dinning room Call and examine it iAM5 raCTMjBH Slim SkesSF sxfaec Syvia l3Ji BrnKF Kw WKWlftfifi mr wtor The Colored People I mhRmb OO to 3BI D C Sawyier has K 75 00 aJESi Religious A Mammoth Sheet Miss Mary Campbell WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE Methodist Church Rev H G Henderson the pastor will preach to morrow morni at 11 oclock and 730 p m Sunday scuool at 933 a m The Epworth League moetg in the evening at 700 in che class room OilUROn Row George occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ Darsie will morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ ning at 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 650 Ohkiwiiaw m Rev will First Presbyterian Church J McOlusky Blayney D D occupy his pulpit morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The weekly prayer meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will be held in the lecture room of the church at 7 oclock to morrow evening Â¬ Rev W G Neville the pastor win occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The subject for the evening sermon will be The Work of the Young Peo Â¬ ple in the Ohurch Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock iu the Pastors Study Southern Presbyterian Ohukoh Episcopal Oiiurck Rev E A will occupy Penick the rector his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Church The usual services at the Church of the Good to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Shepherd High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m andvespors at 300 p m Uatuuliu the pastor er will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning No night service Rev W C Taylor the pastor is attending the Southern Baptist Convention at Nashville Tennessee Sunday school at 930 a m chapel - Baptist Church Rev W B Coop- Â¬ in the Rev C B Loyd will preach at South Benson Baptist Church this morning at 11 oclock and to morrow at the same hour All are invited to attend Quarterly meeting will be held at Cedar Chapel to day and to morrow Preaching this morning at 11 a m and to nighb at 730 and to morrow at 11 a m and also at Sliiloh to morrow afternoon at 4 oclock Johnny French after a short stay witu his motaer Mrs Johnson turned to Cincinnati this week Rev Eugene Evans will preach his closing sermon to the members of the First Baptist Ohurch to morrow evening he having been called to other fields of labor A little child in the family of Mr Coats of the West End died this week and was laid to rest Wednes Â¬ day Mrs Foeby Madison the faithful and devoted wife of Mr Merritt Mad- Â¬ ison died Wednesday night at ten oclock She was a member of the Baptist Ohurch and well thought of oy all who knew her The members of the Industrial Le gion Lodge are expected to be at the hall Sunday afternoon at two oclock sharp as business for their immedi- Â¬ ate consideration will come up Mr Charley Carter after a short visit to our city left Wednesday for his home in the north lie was very well pleased with his visit to friends here Mrs Brooks of Louisville is in the ciiy stopping with Mrs Simpson The entertainment Friday night by Cupfc John H Thompsons Camp was a success in every sense of the word The drill put up by Camp Douglas U B F was graud and every one was well pleased Among those who will spend the summer elsewhere arc Miss Walker who will leave in July for Chicago Miss Lizzie Olark and Miss L Taylor who will visit friends in Illinois Oapt John H Thompson and Edward Lane will leave for Henderson in July to attend the Odd Fellows Grand Lodge Messrs Louis Todd and Ueorge sAffell willleave for New Albany Indiana aoon and Prof Davis will go to Old Point Comfort The next important thing that Will demand the attention of the colored men and women in our city is the big mass meeting next week to ar Â¬ range to help the old soldiers in their efforts to decorate the graves of their dead comrades who sloop in our cemeteries The young men last year made the affair a grand one Such men as Dr E E Underwood Edward Lane Prof Mayo and the pastors of the churches ought to at once de Â¬ termine to push matters so that there will be no lagging on the part of tho young men in the matter of paying respect to the memory of those who gave their lives for their country Notice will be given from each church pulpit Sunday as to the time and place of holding the mass meeting Tho city schools are now making great preparations for the closing of their sessions next month The colored people of this city have at last been aroused to a sense of duty in regard to raising funds to meet the expense of testing tho legal ity of tho Jim Crow Oar Bill which will be taken belore the courts oc this State Every colored man wo man and child who have a piece of money to spure should not fail to contribute something to this good cause when the ladies who are col- Â¬ lecting the funds call on them Â¬ New York World issued on the f7th sent us from Brooklyn New York the tenth anniversary number of the The paper contains 100 pages of reading matter and advertisements STow with an elegantly illuminated cover XTeact Mr J L WagRener has also sent us July2 ly At- Â¬ a copy of the same paper from lantic City New Jersey and we re Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES turn thanks to both for their kindness but the paper is most too much of an undertaking for one sitting and we will have to put in a month getting over every thing it contains On the 37th page there is a large illustration of the Princeton BaBO Ball team in which our own Wicks Lindsey appears but we doubt if he would recognize his own photo if the cut is a correct repro- Â¬ Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a duction of it share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased U Shouui Be - Svery A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times inst SAPOLIO House Cleaning Are Quickly Married Try It la VI - Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Agts House J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps hum Pa savs he will not be without Dr Kings ISfew Discovery for Con Â¬ sumption Coughs and Colds that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of LaGrippe when various other remedies and soveral physicians had done her no good Robert Barber of Cooknport Pa claims Dr Kings New Discovery has done him more good than anything he ever used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it Try it Free Trial Bottles at P H Carpenters Drug Store Large jottles 50c and 1 00 5 Tho First of tho Season OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET J - FOR RENT OF SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE on given Muy 1st Broudway Possess ON A Agents FINK FARM LBMARSHALL 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED gooil Frankfort In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of u brick 0R SALE BRICK DWELLING OF SEVEN ROOMS ON residence a tenement of 4 rooms n large stock barn ami all other necessary Improvements In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession nlven 1st of Match For further In- Â¬ formal Ion apply to CO Aeents L B MARSHALL Frankfort Ky A Clinton street All of the novelties in mens boys streets Appiy to between Ann and High and childrens clothing can be found I B MARSHALL it CO Agents at I Davis 30 A tf Births Bridgeford Sunday of Mr Wm Bridgeford jr a daughter rnilE BRICK RESIDENCE OFDR W BROD containing ten Gordon Sunday to tho wife of J man on Main street built residences rooms In the Tnlslsoneof the best Mr James Gordon a daughter city Apply to Â¬ to the wife FOR SALE FOR SALE PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets fcouth Frankfort consisting of one large brick residence anil ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as It i unquestionably the best to be Market had In the city If you wish it desirable location for a home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they are tn be had L B MARSHALL A signal service to weak woman Â¬ kind is the find ing of lost health tho building up of a run down system Nothing Â¬ Arents CO LB MARSHALL BUILDING LOTS rvN Appyt0 HOLMES AND ANN STREETS FOR SALE Agents CO does Pioroos Favorite Pro as Dr it so Buroly i Do You Know Thero is a Est In Ointments Dr Halos Household Ointment stands at the head It is effecting more won tiarful euros and giving greater satis Â¬ faction than any other remedy in the Fpr cuts bruises barns world sprains frostbite chilblains chapped hands and lips eczema salt rheum piles c it nas no equal We claim jcreit things for itand guarantee what wc caim It is the great pain and skin cure Pat op in 25 and 50c Large size cheapest boxes For bale by Phil Carpenter druggist Tn 2 Ageuts cures all the de rangements irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to tho sox Its tho most perfect of strength givers Imparting tone and ylaor to the whole system For overworked debilishop- Â¬ tated teachers milliners seamstresses girls nursing mothors and feeble women generally it Is tho greatest earthly boon being unoqualed as an appetizing cordial and restorative tonic OF SIX ROOMS WITH LARGE Favorite Prescription gives satisfaction EESIDENCE In South Frankfort The resi- Â¬ overy case or money paid for it Is dences of six rooms each on Cross street In promptly refunded Thats the way its South Side Annlj to L B MARSH J LL CO Agts sold thats the way its makers provo their faith In it Contains no alcohol to inebriate no syrup or sugar to derange digestion a legitimate medicine not a oevcraqe rureiy vegetable and perfectly harmless In any con- Â¬ dition of tho system Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Proprs Buffalo N Y Eeb 4 ly Â¬ soription It LBMAR8HALLC0 FOR RENT FOR SALR street consisting of a brick residence of S rooms nnd about two acres of land This prop Â¬ erty Is well located and on account of the large lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak Â¬ ing a very desirable home For terms apply to EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY LB MARSHALL CO Agents NEW STORE CO NOTICE everything hiit a large percentage of deathn in this country are caused by consump Â¬ A little cold tion and lung trouble neglected in the beginning often ter Â¬ minates in consumption Every you cough you increase time t lie trouble and an Inflammation is fioon started which is difficult to control Thore is one remedy that cureB quickly every kind of cough That is Dr Hales Household Cough uro It Is tho best Are you not untitled to the host For rjiIa tit 25 and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug a tore Two good second hand baggies for TABLERSDHE BHPIfCVC W fUNimtRi GUMS -- SMTMrilTi NOTIS9K0 BUT PILES tho fixtures and appliances for screening and bundling coal rapidly and cheaply willb preÂ¬ pared short notice to suit pur Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and chasers to fill orders onmade arrangements for a Have Just supply of Pittsburgh nnd Kanawha Coal somo Gents Furnishing Goods of which is expected to arrive to day and will bo ready for delivery next Monday Hope our friends AT 325 BROADWAY and others who wint to buy will give us a call publlo to May ld lm Hellers old stand where we invite the call und seo us Our stock is complete We are ready to sell you goods 25 per cent less than any house In the city April ifMm E HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW AND COM- plete stock of HUOnEB WILL CONTINUE THE BLACK S Blacks old stand near - Railroad Business at Bridge With our new elevator und all Epstein Bros A SURE I Davis has an elegant line of sale at pants 30 tf uUk Mastin Bros rm4 and CERTAIN CURE known for IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES STL0UM lrPICHittDS0TiYL0KKD CO cuted at this office Job work neatly exe ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Franklin and Olens Creek Turnpike Company for the election of Directors Â¬ nnd the transaction of other business will be held at W A flalnes Cos onice at 10SU am on Saturday Muyldth lb6 J U GRAHAM May ID It President ttiJ x Akiti i WMmm 1 1 ini ULULk3AJL5 AAULXllLrlXX IvOkJ ll 1 JLX Ilil lii I- I - -- i IIIIIWilliL i IMWIiWSimgfEEeaBgflgK IKBPHHWHHWHMMHWMMWWWWW M 1 iniKNiiHHHHHHiHMMnHWHHHHHinKHi H I Mf ik Ready Made Clothing I 1 X Tailoring Department 1 lit gj mi I 1 Ji 1 S P t 1 We have never had it fore but we have it now and we have lots of it We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hfpe you ill take a look at our clothing before buying Hudson- - be- - A b uMSKK jMMk mm E L An Early Bath The high standard of our I suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has i arrived and we feel sure it will only require an exami nation to convince vol of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can indulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town I u Â¬ Â¬ Hupire SM232SE2SSZg3G easseil HEXESJftZZaS Hon Will Truehart a colored man in the Hiimpn lies BOTSSKSfiMSflSfV WtVttS asaaSSSSOEZESaWJ HI ismoettirrsr BANK CHANGES Mr John W Pruett Retired and Capt Jacob Swigert Elected CaBkier of the Frankfort National The friends of Mr John W Pruett Cashier of the Frankfort National Bank were greatly surprised this week tq learn that he had severed his official connection with the bank As the minutes of the bank show the resignation bears date of March 21 but it was riot accepted until Tues Â¬ day when Captain Jacob Swigert Assistant Cashier of the State Nation Â¬ al Bank was elected to fill the vacan- Â¬ cy Mr Pruett has grown up in the banking business of this city and is one of the most competent and trust- Â¬ worthy men in the banking oiroles of the State He was teller at the Branch Bank of Kentucky for years and re Â¬ signed that position to accept the Oashiership of the Frankfort National on the day of its organization and there is no doubt that to his ability long experience and popularity much of the success of the latter bank is due The directors at their meeting on Tuesday paid him a high compliment in the following preamble and reso- Â¬ lutions unanimously adopted on motion of Vice President E H Tay- Â¬ lor jr and seconded by Director John Welch viz WaBEBA8 Mr John W Pruett has been oonneoted with this office as Cashier ever since its organization of the bank and has oy nts line business attainments and extended experi Â¬ ence contributed largely to its suc Â¬ cess We can not take official leave of him without expressing our appre- by traveling employ of Mr E M Williams the onAvoid the heat and dusttho Detroit the Floating Palaces of Â¬ coal dealer was found early yester- Cleveland Steam Navigation Company day morning sitting waist deep in the Two now cteel passenger steamers have Â¬ water on the bank of the river just just been built for this Upper Lake route are guaranteed 300000 each below Saleuders Wharf Ho was en- Â¬ costingtuo grandest and to be largest safest and deavoring to pull himself out when fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 found but every effort on his part miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago lec3 than seemed to sink him deeper in the wa- Â¬ 50 hours Four trips per week between Â¬ ter Officer Will Gordon and bridge Toledo Detroit Alpena Hacklnac Petcs keeper Tobe Griffey went down and kcy and Chicago Daily trips between rescued him from his perilous predic- Â¬ Detroit and Cleveland during July and main August double ament He was either crazy or un- taincJ giving adaily service will be Lake daylight ride across too well known to require commen der the influence of liquor and could Erie Daily servieo between Cleveland dation In addition to being one of not tell how he came to be there y First class stateroom and accommodations and menu and exceedthe cleverestand most affable of gen Â¬ ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala tlemen ho brings to his new field an Sho Committed Suicde tial equipment tho luxury of the appoint- Â¬ enviable reputation for sound judg ments makes traveling on these steamers ment and business ability and the Mr F 0 Cone at Paris left this thoroughly Enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ Board of Direotors are to be congrat letter My husbandForgive me trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz A Detroit ulated upon securing so good a man if i cause you trouble but I suffer so G P Detroit Mich Cleveland Steam Nav You do not know what these long Co to fill the place made vacant by Mr wakeful wretched nights are to me Pruett ami I am so tired darling -- the pain No one has yet been selected by the will never be better It is not easy State National Bank to take Capt Swi to take my own life but I have been Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with long Good bye my gorts place as Assistant Cashier but sick soyou your wife This husband non slipping corrugated tires fully 1 iove is one of as Mr Frank V Gray the book-keepthe thousands that gives up instead warranted Roberts agent of that institution has been acting of using Dr Miles Restorative Ner- Â¬ Ice Ice in his stead it is probable he will re Â¬ vine and being speedily cured of their wretchedness Go to J W ceive the promotion Fow men are Gaylo and get an elegant book and Mr N I McDaniel announces that better qualified to fill the vacancy trial bottle free g he has completed arrangements to than Mr Gray and his selection supply the people with ice this sea would gratify his numerous friends son in any quantity they may desire Are You Going to the ExP He also proposes to furnish a quality and insure the continued safe and efIf you are contemplating a trip to of pure artificial ice at as low a ficient disoharge of the duties of this any be figure Chicago during the great Columbian one in as canoity furniohed by will important post HiB wagons the Exposition and want a real first class make regular calls and orders will place to stop where everything is receive prompt attention He de- Â¬ Beware of Ointments for Catarrh done up in regular old Kentucky sires to thank the public for patron- Â¬ That Contains Mercury Â¬ and style write to Mrs S F Richardson age in tho past same solicits a continuance or the As mercury will surely destroy 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to tho sense of smell and com- save you quarters in her house Mrs pletely derange the whole system Richardson is a former Bucklona Armioa Salve Frankfort when entering it through the mucous lady widow of the late Owen TRioh- - The best salve la world for surfaces Such articles should never Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt bo used except on prescriptions from ardson and one of the nicest of Cute reputable physicians as the damage house keepers Her terms are reason- Â¬ Rheum Fover Soree Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all they will do is ten fold to the good able and she should be liberally Skin Eruptions and positively oures you can possibly dorive from them Piles guar required Halls Catarrh Ouremanufaoturodby patronized by people from her old anteedor no paysatisfaction It ismoney to give or F J Cheney Co Toledo O con Â¬ homo 32 tf refunded Price 25 cents per box tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ For sale by Phil OaUpkntek ternally and acts direotly upon the Cheap Rates on tho Midland 8 ly blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh May 20th to June 23d the Kentuoky Cure bo sure you geb the genuine It Miles Nerve and Liver Fills is takon internally and made in Midland will soil tickets to Cincin- Â¬ Toledo Ohio by F J Ohoney Co nati and Uovington at 365 for the Act on now prinoiple regulating trip jyrSoldby Druggist prloe 7ft per roundof Balelimited to five days from the liver astomaoh and bowels though date bottle 4 the nerves A now discovery Dr May 16th to 17th the Kentuoky Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness tiokets to Danville bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ Many Persons am broken Midland will sellone Ky at one and third faro corti Â¬ tion Splendid for mon women and down from overwork or household cares Browns digertlon Blttorwexceta of bile cate planmeeting Homeopathic Asso Â¬ ohildren Smallest mildest surest Iron resaoves Rebuilds the count of for the round trip Acaystera aid 60 doses for 25 cents Samples froe at and cure malaria Get the genuine ciation J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Â¬ Put-in-Ba- i prosperity It is not known yet in what business Mr Pruett intends to engage but friends closest to him say that he has interests in large syndicates owning laud in Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee which to look after properly will require his entire time He will carry with him in his new venture whatever it may be the best wishes of the whole city for his future prosperity Captain Swigert who entered upon the duties as Cashier Wednesday is wishes for his future welfare and THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC FAT PEOPLE your weight SUIWLV use Wlllarda Mo Pills and lost-- 15 pounds a month Injury to the health No interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up utid improve the genual nenlth beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy 1 Auburn Anderson street Cambridge Mass writes Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re Â¬ duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better In all my life I am much pleased with the mult and shall do all I can to help you Jur patrons Include Physicians Hankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our goods are not sold In drug stores all enters are supplied direct from our office Price per pack Â¬ age Z00 or three pchags for 600 by niHll pre nled 4 cts ALL CORRES Partlculais ONDENCE CONFiDENTIAL VJILLARO i o reduce ObeMty EMEDY CO BOSTON MASS Apl 3 6m Â¬ Â¬ WorJk Â¬ if Worry and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tictu at once How can ho overcome The answer Is wpnnur Compound Oxrrvx am ous nl The couut le dtiio iMatlt is nt 28 ears war r ntihlouil ijin iriinntlsnnlalit for home use uelthi r iiccu yt ur orcuiation be interfered with it etalut f these features is obvious AMinTdio t your need A book vf explanation ind nroor Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 15l Arch Street Philadelphia Fa a i M 120 FJXV er Dec 2My BLUE K 3 PRSEGM 1893 1893 SPRING TREES SMALL grape vines asparagus and every Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn nd garden Prices low We sell direct and have no agents Cata Â¬ logues on application to FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL i H Â¬ HP HI Mar 3 13 13 1 te ll 3m Lexington Ky tolligent servioe he has rendered the 4 Frankfort National Bank therefore belt Â¬ VW I v say as directors of the Frankfort Na- Â¬ tional Bank that Cashier Pruett at all times discharged his offioial duties in a most Batisfaotory manner Second That we nave every confi- Â¬ dence in his honesty and integrity and heartily oommend him as an ac- Â¬ complished bank official possessing all the energy and oapaoity of a sterl Â¬ ing business man Third Whilst wo sover our offioial business relations with him with sin oere regret we desire to reoognlze his faithful servioes to this offlpe and At the same time register our best Resolved First that we desire to WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W WILL PBACTICK m THK COURTS 01 H Vrankim and th adjoining eountler ana will Jip KiTe ipelal ttuntlon to the punshii and tale of raal Mtafe oollectloa f r nt olalai and the lecoUaaas of loani 1nri 1 RBAI BSTATB AGENT AGENTS local nnd travel Â¬ ing at once to sell Orna- Â¬ mental Shrubs Koses Trees and Fruits Experi ence unnecessary Salary and expenses paid weekly Pennunent positions No security reÂ¬ quired Must furnish references as to good WANTED C11ARLE8H Â¬ character cnA8B ty Mentlon thla paper Rochester NY Mar 25 tei J 4 m Startling Announcement v 02 h O mLsH Our recent purchase of 1000 Mens and Youths Fine Suits at 75c on the dollar from the well known manufacturers of the best Cloth- Close and Hamrnerslough Saks ingin Americi Diyton Co gives us the opportunity to offer and you the chance to buy the best Clothing ever sold in any market for the price rrt rH 4 v A w MENS KYOUTH SIO SUITS Our great line of Suits marked ever shown And clothing of merit high class not that kind Buying as made to sell cheap did late and cleaning up manwe ufacturers lines is the way we are enabled to make such prices as we do They come in S cks Cutaways Black and Blue Serges neat checks in Cheviots Cassi meres etc in any market Â¬ w 02 12 SUITS Â¬ This line shows the prettiest of at 10 with its 42 styles forms the new spring styles Black and the grandest array of clothing for Blue Cheviots Serges Diagonals buyers modest priced o 1 Homespuns and other good wearing materials These also come 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 contains the finest suits made this season by the firms mentioned above Â¬ 1 CRDTCHER rW Main Street st H S FRANKFORT fourth and gt Jefferson i LOUISVILLE v t v wM n J Big Eddy Rain has been all the go for the past two weeks Hope to have a little sun Â¬ shine The mountain bojs and mill men are stepping around quite lively now Mr Spencer Oryer of Frankfort has moved his family to the country on the Robert Exum farm Messrs Edward and Jesse Herby and the Misses Dalton attended the funeral of Mr Job Smith at Antioch Church last Sunday Mr Richardson and family visited Mrs Abe Gum of Frankfort on Sun- Â¬ Misses Nellie Gleeson and Jennie Smith of Georgetown are visiting the family of Mr J D Smith Miss Nellie Egbert of Frankfort is visiting her cousin Miss Virgie Goin Miss Olara Orutcher is spending a few days with Mrs Shryock Miss Susie M Darnell is visiting Mrs Lamb this week MisB Gertrude South has returned home after a visit to Louisville Dr Innes who has been in the neighborhood for some time will His leave shortly for Tennessee many friends will be sorry to give him up The Tourist and Miscellany Club held its usual semi monthly meeting at Excelsior Institute last Saturday 1 Worlds Fair and American Bail ways Obbsent Route widely know as the road running the Finest Trains in the South is in the field to carry everybody from the South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago No part of the Southern country is left uncared for by this great railwav Â¬ The Queen ALESM E WANTED Salary or Commission Paid Weekly Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and auloxeat netween i SI CINCINNATI ANO FRANKFORT i steady work relluble stock outfit freeno ex perience needed write ror terras una testi monials Reier 0 this paper Only direct line between day IV Vt Wakefield haB made a J great improvement on the farm known as the R K Woodson farm and moved his family out Friends welcome you to their midst Uncle Jimmie Since the community has cotton so thickly settled with good looking ladies and gentlemen the par- or lamp is the latest thing out Farmers are very much discourag Â¬ ed on account of so much rain Crops will be very late Mr Frank Moore of Lexington viBited friends in this vicinity last week and had quite a jolly time fiBh ing for several strings were caught and the smallest weighed 25 pounds Fish bite well Last Friday morning at 11 oclock Mr Jarrett Moores House caught fire from the stove but was soon discovered and put out with very little damage We have quite a number of mock Â¬ ing birds and nightingales in our community and they assemble once a week every Sunday night and pour forth their melodies in many airs The promptness and certainty of its cures have made unamberlains Cough Remedy famous It is intend- Â¬ ed especially for couerhs colds croup and whooping cough and is the most effectual remedy known for Mr 0 B Main of these diseases I have a Union City Pa says Mr M Â¬ m m night Rev H L Calhoun will preach at the Forks Saturday night May 13 Mr and Mrs J W Lamb entertain- Â¬ ed their friends Wednesday night Among those present were Misses Nellie Egbert Pearl Evans and Mr Walter Goodwin of Frankfort and Misses Smith and Gleeson of George- Â¬ town Refreshments were served at 11 oclock All present spent a very delightful evening Messrs ED Shryockand JD Quin were on the siok list several days this week A tired woman just as much as a sick and ailing one needs Dr Pierces favorite Prescription That builds up strengthens and invigorates the entire female system It regulates and promotes all the proper functions of womanhood improves digestion enriches the blood dispels aches ana pains melancholy ana nervousness brings refreshing sleep and restores health and Btrength Its a powerful restorative tonic and soothing nervine made especial- Â¬ ly womans for needs and the only guaranteed remedy for womans weaknesses and ailments In all female complaints and irreg Â¬ ularities if it ever fails to benefit or cure you have your money back A great many medicines relieve Catarrh in the head That means have never heard of one falling to erties Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy 50 cent perfectly and permanently cures entire satisfaction ottles for sale by J W Gayle that its driven from into the sale on Chamberlains Cough throat and lungs the headits mild But by iemedy I warrant every bottle and soothing cleansing and healing prop- Â¬ Plants I have a fine lot of cabbage and Jett The Through NURSERYMEN ROCHESTER and its connections NY Frankfort and Paris Georgetown Car Â¬ April 15 yt Car System is an admirable exposition of the wonderful capabilities of lisle Haysville Cynthiasa Fal Â¬ American railroading From Now Orleans through sleeping cars run SADDLE STALLION daily morning and evening carrying mouth and CoTinffton its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- ville as they may select From Shreveport Vicksburg and NO 156 Jackson another through sleeping ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND car line comes to join and become a National Sad Ue Horse Register part of the magnificent vestibuled tnrougn trains wnicn passmg througn Birmingham and the famous Wills Sired by the Great lioscoe Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat- Â¬ TRAINS RUN BY GEKTHAL STAHDAOa TIME byBeautr No 604 N 8 II R tanooga by tho train from Jackson- Â¬ lutdum by Manic ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan 2d dam by American Clay ta Georgia over the E T V TIME TABLE DEC 12 1892 Ga Sd dam Ry and proceeds north over the Note VoalPd In 1888 dark bay with black Cincinnati beautiful Southern points 1512 bands high Fine man and tail with p M A M V M through the grandest natural scenery lots of style and a horse of wonderful bone sub TRAINS EAST No 1 No 3 No 7 st mce and endurance Ills breeding truces to Â¬ and most attractive historical country in the world to Oakdale where such great saddle uoraes as tloscoe Blue Jeans Lv Frankfort 8 Hob Roy 02 Denmark F S and Copperbut 12 45 600 410 another magnificent Pullman car is torn F 8 Will Lv Summit 606 416 1255 TEKSH make the recieved coming from the Richmond Stock Farm six mites fromseason at Belle Grove Lv Elkhorn 611 422 110 Frankfort at lv awltzor 618 480 and Danville system from Charleston 125 Lv HtauiDlllff Ground 32 445 145 S 0 through Columbia S 0 the Lv Duvull 15 FOR A LIVING COLT 689 452 155 Lv Joliuson beautiful French Broad country and 644 459 Lv lleorgetown D 652 6 06 Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten A cash premium of 25 will be given for the best Lv 0 S Depot 666 515 245 colt by him foal of 94 ree stud card for lull nessee lv Newtown 709 527 pedigree Sec 806 The time to Chicago is made so as Fishlon will be shown In Frankfort April Lv Ceutrevllla 718 585 820 lv Elizabeth 723 640 a SO to afford tho most convenient hours Court Day Ar Purls 0 787 650 845 for departures from the principal Mar4 3m SOUTH TRIMBLE Ia 2mPMUKirr citioB and arrivals in Chicago TKAIHd WEST No No 4 lNo8lNol3 Passengers can purchase tickets Lv Paris c 682 645 MRTISQOALITT good over one lino north of the river trtSTIXQtUHTITT Ar Kiiznuetn 833 642 527 and returning via another if they de- Â¬ Ar Centervllle 888 646 461 Ar Newtown 651 847 sire a variable route without extra 44 Ar US Depot 900 70t 125 charge Or thoy can go via Cincin Â¬ Ar Georgetown B 1085 710 652 nati returning via Louisville or vioe Ar Johnson 1042 717 705 Ar Duvall 1043 versa 723 715 ArStamplnirGround 1065 730 785 Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ Ar Swltzer 1U0 744 765 f duced rates Agents of Chicago line Ar Klkhorn 1116 760 aio Ar CREAM Ar Summit on request assist in looking up will llJ2 766 820 A Frankfort 1190 805 880 rooms or accomodation for visitors to tho Fair Everything that an almost perfect A connects with L 4 N A B connects with Q 8 stem can devise to deserve the 0 and L 8 0 connects with K 0 YEARS praibe and patronage of tho travel- Â¬ FOR ing public has been provided Any Has led a II Worm Remedies of the agents of the company named Effective May 7th and during the summer the EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED below will cheerfully give all possi Â¬ following Sunday schedule will be In effect ble information and assistance R BOLD EVERYWHERE SUNDAY TRAINS H Garrett Now Orleans La I PrpreJb7 BICHAKSSOaIAtUIBMEB CO BTWtJISV East No 5 leaves Frankfort 810 a m Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc- Â¬ Georgetown 906 urrlves at Paris 9 40 a m No Gregor Birmingham Ala E T 9 leaves Frankfort 225 p- m Georgetown 820 arrives at Paris 8 5 p m Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D Wsw NoO leaves Paris 1000 a ra GeorgeÂ¬ Cozatt Junction City Ky or D G town 1085 arrives at Frankfort 1185 a mi No 10 W Edwards Cincinnati Ohio leaves Paris 480 pm Georgetown 616 arrives L3 J B NELLISCO I FASHION Â¬ I Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 r VERMIFUGE - 36 tf J CHIP JR The new Arcade of Mr L A Owen tomato plants for sale Orders can For Malaria be left with Ellwanger Bros White Â¬ is about completed head Shaw or James Hoeney Mr Sanford Goin has moved into L B Marshall BROWNS IRON his new house T S2fef Liver Trou Â¬ ble or Indigestion use BITTERS Will practice in all State Courts Of rice second floor Custom House JanKMy od p in The Kentucky Midland Railway and eonnee tlons form tho shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply tnthAlr BiBOAw b 10 at Frankfort 6 i wirral