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The yol xvi Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER OEO A LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 37 FEANKFOBT KY SATURDAY MAY 20 1893 Latest U S Govt Report RESIDENT RIVER ENGINEER Capt I V Hoag jr Retired and Succeeded by Lieut H E Wattorman of the Regu lar Army Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Rcdfed ll ML X IT IS FOLLY To buy a Cheap Lawn Mower that wears only a few months where the sr ABSOULTTELY TWO PAIRS OF HEARTS romier PURE An Entangled Alliance in the Crim And Honaker Families S3 5 if T 9 Monday circumstances romantic morning at the residence of Mr Robert 0 Nicol one mile from the city which like a number of other similar marriages over which gene Â¬ alogists have puzzled will have the efleot of slightly entangling the lines of relationship Two cousins married a brother and sister Mr Charles H Orim and his cousin Mis3 Mary J Orim living near Bagdad and Miss Annie Hona- Â¬ ker daughter of Mr Fred Honaker of Louisville and her brother Mr John B Honaker jr of Bloomfield were the contracting parties Mr CANNEL COAL Orim and Miss Honaker making one couple and Mr Honaker and Miss While the young Three Barges Floated Down the Orim the other River this Week From the ladies were visiting each other Sun South Fork of the Ken Â¬ day the gentlemen proposed that tucky they take a drive to Frankfort and Dr Hales Household Tea consumate the fondest wishes of their ardent courtship by a double The floating to this city on Mon Â¬ Is a pleasant herb drink whioh posi Â¬ Carpets Rugs Chamber Suits wedding at the residence of Mrs day of three barges of 3000 bushels tively cures dyspepsia liver com Nicol who is a cousin of one bride each of Kentucky river cannel coal Slaints and all kidney diseases a day taken at bed time and aunt of the other It was agreed was an event of more than usual does Mattings Folding Beds the business 25 and 50 cts accordingly Mrs Nicol was significance to and It foreshadows what per package Get it to day at P H greatly surprised on Monday to hear will happen when the improvement to Carpenters drug store the couples on alighting from their navigation is completed The coal Linoleums Wood Mantels His Honor Scrub nana buggies announce that they had was dug out of a high cliff on the come to get married With the as- - South Fork and hauled one and one bcieei Mayor Charles Webb of Paris was uaoa Lace Curtain- Hal Racks iSistance of Mr Nicol the requisite half miles to the bank where it re- Â¬ in the city Tuesday on business licenses were obtained and Rev H mained for nearly eight months G Henderson of the Methodist awaiting water enough to bring it Some ten or twelve years ago he Parlor Suits Church requested to attend to per- - down the river There is an inex- - was a resident of this city as an em Wall Papers ploye of the old Yeoman office and form the ceremony haustible supply of this splendid Scrub The parlor in the meantime was cannel coal on the South Fork and made many friends here now thinks managing the municipal China Silks Book Cases decorated with fresh flowers from the it is easily mined for 4 or x2 cents a conservatory and beautiful bbpuet8 bushel as W G Gaywood says who affairs of a flourishing blue grass city sitting type all hollow were given to each of the brides who brought the barges to this city but beats in her handsomest and most becom- Â¬ before it can reach the market by -7 Strikes at tht ing gown was a lovely type of Ken Â¬ reason of the present insufficient Dining Room Furniture Chairs Rockers c root Dr Piercoa tuckys young womanhood faculities for transportation more Medical Goldon Discovery Thata Within an hour the ceremony was than eight or niue cents have beon will give you the Best Goods tho reason so We Solicit Your Trade and in return over and the couples on their return added to the cost and when it gets many different made at the Lowest Prices Sale Rooms S E diseases and dis- Â¬ to their respective homes Though the to the dealer ho is obliged to pay Broadway orders yield to it Corner Main marriage was not the result of an fourteen cents for what if the river Tboy all have tha same beginning elopement it was a sudden and un- Â¬ improvements were completed he theres a torpid expected sequel to their love affairs could buy for nine or ten cents and liver or impure blood And thoj with which their relatives and friends still leave a jgood margin for the all have the samo became acquainted and doubtless owners of the mines As it is now ending theyre cured W this remedy Lexington Kentucky Dyspepsia ere this the ourious among the num- Â¬ Oaywood says there is no money in Indigestion Biliousness the most obstinate Skin and Scalp Diseases such ber have solved the complete and it to him at fourteen cents and he as Salt rheum Tetter Erysipelas Eczema exact relationship the wedded does not propose to bring any more and kindred ailments the worst forms of couples bear to each other whether of it down the river He sold two Scrofulaits even Consumption or blood a taint in earlier stages every Mr Grim is Mrs Honakers cousin barges to a Clifton dealer and one to and disorder no matter how it came all by or her brother-in-laor Mr Honaker E M Williams and as the coal are cured only it medicine for all such diseases Its tho iB a brother or cousin-in-lato his though high is most superior in thats so positively certain in its effects that be guaranteed If it fails to benefit or sister quality and bqlioved to be a very it canin any case cure tbo money is refunded saleable article Black Hughes Nothing else can be just as good It A DOUBLE MARRIAGE HSre 7 subsequently bought one of the may be better for the dealer But he isnt tho one who needs help Beware of spurious imitations or dilutions offered at less prices One of the Couples Being Mr John barges from the Clifton dealer Eeb 4 ly D Griffln of this City and The promptness and certainty of Miss Lizzie Cronan of its cures have made Chamberlains Louisville Cough Remedy famous It is intend Â¬ JOHN DRISCOLL ed especially for coughs colds croup whooping cough and 1b the The marriage Mr John D Griffin and do ties of this city to Miss Lizzie Cronan of most offectual romedy known for these diseases Mr C B Main of Louisville at the Cathedral of the Union City Pa says see I have a Assumption on Fifth street in that great sale on Chamberlains Cough city Wednesday morning at 530 uemeay i warrant every bottle and oclock At the same ceremony Mr have never heard of one falling to entire satisfaction 0 J Cronan brother of Mr Griffins ottles for sale by J W Gayle50 cent A full line or pure Anderson county whiskies bride was united in marriage to Miss wines brandies etc Anita Hamel both of Louisville 235 BIMUDWAY opposite State House Big Escimtent in Town Rev Father Rook officiated and the April 15 tf following gentlemen acted as ushers Messrs James MoAuliffo and G E Over the remarkable cures by the speoiflc of the age Aunt Collins of thiB city and Fred Harrig grandest Health G Fannys Restorer whioh jr James White Ed OConnor and as a natural laxative stimulates acts the digestive organs regulates the liver Ed Kirwin of Louisville aE3E3- Mr Griffln fainted twice at the and kidneys and is natures great altar before the ceremony was com Â¬ healer and health roaower or Blood If you have Kidaoy Lftsr ON MAIN STEET TO pleted Disorder do not delay but call at Tho wedding party drove from the Chapman William drug store for a trial church to the homo of Mrs Mary free 46 package Larse size 50o Cronan 1025 West Chestnut street whero they ate breakfast A few Basement nf Capital HnteL hours later tho happy couples were BROWNS IRON BITTERS MAIN STREET 334 n speeding on their way to Chicago to oures Dyspepsia BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a enjoy the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs FRANKFORT KY short time There was a double wedding under Griffln will return to their home in this city the last of next week Mr Griffln who is the efficient su- nerintendent of the water works of this city was presented by the com- Â¬ pany with as handsome a set of silver service as Mrs M A Selbert could procure It was composed of seven pieces tray coffee urn tea pot hot water pitcher sugar bowl cream The tray mug and spoon holder John D Grifbears the inscription fln from Frankfort Water Company May 17 1893 In the center of an ornament on the tray and on all the rest of thepieces is the letter MG in Besides this Mr old English style and Mrs Griffin received a large number of beautiful presents from their numerous friends both here and in Louisville Â¬ Lieut H E Wattorman of the army engineer corps and a grad Â¬ uate of West Point was appointed last week to succeed Capt I V Hoag jr as resident engineer in charge of the Kentucky River Improvement Lieut Wattorman arrived Saturday and has entered upon the discharge Will Call and see them of his duties Though a young man also last you ten years or more in good order the new large and clean stock of Hardware offered by it is said that he has had considera ble experience on river improvement works and is held in the highest es teem by his superior officers who consider him one of the ablest engi Â¬ He is the first neers in the corps regular army engineer who has had charge of this river and his appoint- Â¬ ment is regarded as significant of the belief of the Board of Engineers that the people here are in earnest and mean to push the matter before Con gress and have the improvements to navigation completed at the very earliest moment to accomplish which will require the attention and direc- Â¬ WITH tion of a ohief of the most superior qualifications Capt Hoag who retires from the service to undertake a more lucrative business as a contractor for large public works has made many friends t in this city whose regrets at his de- Â¬ Of good wishes for his parture and future prosperity will accompany him to his new field of enterprise OLD ttJEZTJXJJEXJJEl Pennsylvania Lawn Mower M Hardware Merchant PGRAY -- Â¬ 85 000 Square Feet of Flooring Filled to its Utmost Capacity HOUSE FURNISHINGS the Kih93t Zari Superior Quality Latest Stylos vm BRO W ER SCOTT FRAZEE Lung-scroful- w TJ4E HECQ STORE oiar mF7o ixarsre ANN STREET 232 ready to give our friends Good And are HANNEN HUKSEY Store open at j Liquor Merchant Goods at Good Prices and it will us good to our friends come in and give our goods a good Look H MATTEM JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 4 rii timiltr 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the digestior Debility Y y Miss Annie Samuels of Mt Sterl- Â¬ MRS A H CRUTCHER DEAD is visiting the family of hor Gon P V Hardin Is in tho city undo Mr M H P Williams sr on She Fell Asloop at Hartwoll Ohio East Main street thiB week and Was Laid to Rost in This Mrs R B Taylor accompanied by Mrs Sol Harris wns in Louisville City hor son Price went to Louisa in yestordny Lawrence county Ky Monday to Mr R Rogers was in Louisvillo visit her son Robert Mrs Walton Henderson Orutcher Wednesday was born August 25 1863 at Domopo Mrs Henry T Stanton went to Mr Fred Mays returned from Lex- Â¬ Chicago Wednesday to make a visit lis Alabama daughter of Rev Howard ington Sunday of a couple of weeks to her daughter A M Henderson and Susan Wntkins Mr Prank Halloran was in Louis- Â¬ Mrs George L Willis Vaughan Twelve years of her life ville Thursday Messrs Tom Todd Aleck Henry were spent in Frankfort a pupil of Oapt Tho8 C Jones was in Louis- Â¬ Yuba Mangan Frank Weitzel and Dr James W Dodd During eight Jim Tom Larkin attended the races years villo this week hero hor father was Superin Â¬ in Louisville this week MissEmnia Morris spent Saturday 9 Mrs M W Woodson returned Wed Â¬ tendent of Public Instruction 1871 last in Cincinnati and she waa a favorite in official and nesday evening from Memphis Ten- Â¬ Mr Jacob Corbett jr went to nessee where she has been visiting literary circles Subsequently she Paducah Thursday her sister for several months resided in San Francisco Hannibal Miss Nannie 0 Morgan is visiting Rev J McClusky Blayney D D Mo Jersey City and N Y City whore PERSONAL ing HI GfflO mam- DISPLHT OF day relatives in Bagdad Mr Tom Markbam has returned home from Louisville Mrs F 0 Barbour visited her aunt in Louisville this week Mr Julius Luscher was in Louis- Â¬ ville Sunday and Monday Hon Claude Thomas of Paris was in the city on Monday last Miss Maggie Quinn of Jetts visited friends here this week Mrs Orlando Brown returned this week from a trip to Louisville Mr James Sower left Monday for a visit to Jeffersonville Indiana Hon George Washington of New- Â¬ port was in the city this week Miss Lizzie Simpson of Danville is the guest of friends in this city Mr James Todd jr of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday last Wm Mr Parker and wife of Paris are visiting relatives here Mr Geo A Newman jr of Louis- Â¬ ville was in the city on Tuesday Miss May Morris returned home Saturday from school in Virginia Miss Rosa Park of Irvine Ky is visiting her brother Mr Jas Park Hon P Booker Reed ex Mayor of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mrs Johnson Barrett went to Gin cinnati Saturday to visit her relatives Mrs Julia Thompson left last week to visit Col A S Berry in Newport Messrs Jesse and Calvin Ware of Lawrenceburg were in the city Tues Â¬ Miss Lizzie tery left Tuesday afternoon to attend the General Assembly of thePreBbyterian Church at Washington City Mr M R Todd has returned from Ann Arbor Michigan where he has been attending the Law School of the University the past winter Rev W G Neville left Wednesday for Macon Georgia to attend the General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian Church as a commis- Â¬ sioner from the Louisville Presby Mr Wm T Orutcher of LouiBville was here Thursday attending the burial of his brothers wife His wife and children who have been her father was pastor of loading visiting relatives in Bellepoint ac- Â¬ companied him home Thursday evening Ex Gov Knott who has been in bad health for some months pro poses to take a long needed rest by going to the Four Seasons Hotel at Harrowgate Tennessee and then to He intends to Asheville N O spend about three months in Idle pleasures at those points in the com- Â¬ pany of a nephew from Lebanon Dr W 0 Green of Louisville who attended the State Medical Society and remained over a lew days to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Grant Green on Main street returned Ho has been ap- Â¬ home Monday pointed on the staff of physicians at the Louisville Hospital an honor which many covet but few especial- Â¬ ly young physicians attain During his residence in Louisville Dr Green has been eminently successful in the practice of his specialty and estab- Â¬ lished a reputation which his friends in this city long ago predicted for him Â¬ port Dr John L Phythianand daughter have returned to New- Â¬ J Another Improvement boro Mr Frank S Haff has torn away Mrs Gates wife of Senator Gates the old house on his lot on Conway is visiting at her home in Owens- Mr and Mrs Georce A Kendrick street and will replace it with a handsome two story frame residence home Saturday Mr Nat Hale of Mayfield visited his parents Major and Mrs H S Hale this week Miss Allene Murray of Oloverport arrived Saturday to visit her cousin Miss Rose Crittenden Major H S Hale State Treasurer and daughter Miss Annie Hale wore in Louisville Saturday Mrs Gross wife of Adjutant-GenerGroBS was in the city the first of the week visiting friends Mrs Will Cannon and daughter Eleanor of Midway spent Saturday last with Mr and Mrs H Berry Mrs John E Miles and daughter Miss Mary Keith leave the first of June for Chicago to spend the month Miss Daisy Cunningham who vis ited her aunt Mrs Hiram Berry returned home Tuesday to Scott county Mr James W Hughes has been quite ill at his home on Second street for several weeks but 1b improving Mr James A Hodges and wife of Louisville attended the burial of Mrs Albert H Crutcher on Thurs- Â¬ day Mr Geo Finnell of Shelbyville accompanied by his wife attended the funeral of his mother Wednes day Miss Mamie Berryman of Louis ville is the guest of hor aunt Mrs Horace Posey on the South Side Dr and Mrs W L Rodman have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to Dr and Mrs J Q A Stewart Mrs W T Reading and daughter went to Bowling Miss Margaret Green Wednesday to visit Mrs Wells Covington The Misses Pepper gave an olegant german at tho Capital Hotel last night in honor of Miss Hallio Page of Orange N J tho guest of Miss Lizzie Pepper Mr ana Mrs Sam D Johnson led tho dance al Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ new coal firm KET Miss Clara Fowler who visited Mrs Caswell Bennett last week returned FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE made a trip to Cincinnati the first of trie week Mr Landon Thomas and wife of Augusta ua are visiting relatives in this city Miss Octavia Miller is visiting her grandmother Mrs John Willis in Lexington Major J Hull Davidson of Lexing- Â¬ ton was a visitor in the Senate cham- Â¬ ber Tuesday Mrs Oil as F Exum and children left Monday to visit relatives in Clark county Mr Neville Garrett has accepted a Hughes the position with Black Strength and Health If you are not feeling strong and healthy try Electric Bitters If LaGrippe has left you weak and weary use Electric Bitters This remedy acts directly on Liver Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding those organs to perform their func Â¬ tions If you are afflicted with Sick Keadache you will find speedy and iiernament relief by taking Electric yitters One trial will convince you Mi at this is the remedy you need Large bottles only 50c at Phil Cakpknters Drugstore tf Sales on our market for the week just closed amout to 2490 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2455 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 04669 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 58782 hhds Our market this week has shown rather an increased per cent of low grade burley offerings and prices for such are rather easy but for the medium to good grades there is no wea- Â¬ kening The recent weather condi- Â¬ tions will likely cause the first setting of the crop to be rather later than usual The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 4 25 tobacco 6 00 Common Colory trash 4 25 Medium to good colory Â¬ Â¬ She assisted Methodist Churches hor father in his labors of love being highly esteemed by tho old the sick and the poor among whom she was an angel of mercy She wtis married August 0 1887 in New York City to Albert H Crutch Â¬ er Esq a promising lawyer and offi- Â¬ cial at Los Angeles California a na Â¬ tive of Frankfort son of John N and Martha VV Crutcher and grand Â¬ son of the veteran editor ofThe Col A G Hodges Commonwealth She and hor husband were school- Â¬ mates She was of rare beauty queenly grace line accomplishments and literary taste of the highest order Ah a conversationalist Bhe ex- Â¬ celled having vivacity fancy and a flute like voice She was a pianist of no mean degree with exquisite taste for the interpretation of Chopin Schubert and other masters of plaint Â¬ ive music She displayed a budding genius for polite literature and had she livid promised to become an author of distinction She was long an invalid but relieved the tedium of the siok room by study of English clasBicB and charitable deeds She suffered excruciating pain yet man aged to make happy those who ministered to her wants and who had access to her sick room Last June she came East for treat- Â¬ ment having the best medical skill and parental care at Hartwell Ohio a beautiful suburb of Cincinnati where her father is a pastor The whole community became sympathiz inglj interested in her sufferings and ministered to her comfort Her hus band came to her last December and never loft her bedBide while life lin geredan instance of devotion never Monday May 15th she surpassed met death without alarm or final suffering Her life closed ns gently They thought shuts the eye of day dying when she slept and sleep Â¬ her ing when she died She left a written request to be dressed in white with a cluster of lily of the valley in her hand that Rev Harry Henderson a friend of her girlhood should read tho funeral service that When the mists have We shall meet beyond rolled away tho river and Go bury thy sorrow be sung and that she be buried at Frankfort Ky On Thursday her wishes were consummated a large concourse of friends having assem- Â¬ bled at her grave in the beautiful cemetery crowning hill and river Her hillock was tapestried with the rarest white flowers and looked more like a bower o beauty than a prison of clay When the grave had been clothed with blossoms a chosen choir sang Peacefully sleep tho soft air breathed a benediction and all nature said Amen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAEDSCME PATTERNS X0W PRICKS R ROGERS S ON Births In this city on Thursday May 18 1893 to Mr W L Coppersmith and wife a daughter Mary Cecilia weight 8 pounds Cheap Rates on tho L Coppersmith N Going Rail- Â¬ N to Worlds Fair The A Great Treat to People L road will sell round trip tickets to Chicago via Louisville going any route and returning via Cincinnati any route Also going via Cincinnati any route returning via Louisville any route going via Louisville any route returning via Louisville same or any other route good via Cincinnati any route aud returning via Cincinnati same or any other route or will sell tickets any way a person chooses It is the shortest quickest and has tho best accomodations of any road to Chicago Leave Feank fort 3 p m arrive Chicago 7 a m This is the only route that offers you but one change of cars between Baggage Frankfort and Chicago checked through sleeping car berths Round trip reserved freo of charge Â¬ We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery fo Dr Kings New Consumption Life Pills Bucklens Arnica Salve ind Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have given such We do riot universal satisfaction to guarantee them every hesitate rime and we stand ready to re fund the purchase price if satis factory results do not follow their These remedies have won use their great popularity purely on For sale by their merits Carpenter Druggist P H i Â¬ Â¬ 4 ok Scientific American Agency fl 1515 v mm vm mmm Â¬ Cnplnin Swneney U S A San Diego Oal says Shilohs Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any Price 50 cents Sold by W IcKee Hardie 21 Oldest bureau for securing patents in America Every patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tbo public by a noUco given Xroo of charge In tho TRADE MARKS DESIGN PATENTSi COPYRIGHTS etdl tor inronnation ana Tree Handbook vrrtta to CO 801 MUNN BnOADWAT NEW YORE CAVEATS The Mayflower Double Shovel is the best in the world Try one of them At Mastin uros 37 tf year J ILK six months Address MUNN CO truausaxua iiui uroauiray now xoric Uty dr 81 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Reduced Rates to K of P Celebra- Â¬ tion Willianistown Ky HSILE MSHVILLE E I The quick mid direct route from On the occasion of tho Knights of Louisville to Arkansas and Texasl Pythias Celebration to be held at One hundred and fifty miles Williamstown Ky May 30th the Queen Orescent and Louisville Southern R R will sell tickets from SHORTEST TO LITTLE HOCK all stations in Kentucky at one fare And the only routo for the round trip selling May 30th and making tickets good to return WITHOUT CHANGE OF CAR I until May 31st The chief attractions will be a street If you are going to emigrate to parade prize drill barbecue dinner etc For further information call on Sherman Dallas Fort Worth agents or address D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati O Austin or Houston This Is the Dr Hales Household Ointment In CHEAPEST AND BEST KOUTK No change of m W Common lugs not colory 4 50 0 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 50 13 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf Select or wrappery 20 00 tobacco trash 0 00 8 00 0 00 8 00 10 13 15 20 00 00 00 While Mr T J Richey of Alton Mo was traveling in Kansas he was taken violently ill with cholera mor- Â¬ bus Ho called at a drug store to get some medicine aud the druggist recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy so highly he concluded to try it The result was immediate relief and a few doses cured him completely It is made for bowel complaint and nothing else It never failB For 35 1 m sale by J W Gayle Cures Montgomery Mobile Memphis rtouralgia and Rheumatism Wletrtike magic Ciyes Salt Rheum in the moat soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids and New Orleans Can bo Cures Cough and Colds taken internally A positive specific For futtlier Information address for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing T A Coma and Bunions are cured quiokly C P ATMORE G P different from all elao superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes LOUISULLK KENTUCKY Largo size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 ters drug store Saddles from from 5 to 00 37 3 the finest remedy in the world it absolutely euros catarrh It cures cars to Cheap Bates on the Midland May 20th to June 23d the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Cincin Â¬ to 00 tf Mastin Bros 25 HarnesB Chesapeake TON Ohio Ry HEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ nati and Uovingtou at 305 for the round trip limited to five days from date of sale Are You Going to the Ex The Kentucky Midland will sell If you are contemplating a trip to tickets at one fare for the round trip Chicago during the great Columbian to Williamstown KyMay 30th acExposition and want a real first class count Knights of Pythias celebration place to stop where everything is Strayed or Stolon done up in regular old Kentucky style write to Mrs S F Richardson An aged bay horse heavy mane 102 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to and tail think he has a star in fore Â¬ spiteful A liberal re Â¬ save yqu quarters in her house Mrs head a little paid for 1i1b return or will be ward Richardson is a former Frankfort information tnat will enable mo to lady widow of the late Owen TRioh find him M L Crutoher ardson and one of the nicest of 30 2t Frankfort Ky house keepers Her terms are reason Â¬ mn mm m able and she should bo liberally Rude Bros Cultivators tonguoless patronized by people from her old are the best in tho market Kept by 32 tf 37 tf Mastin Brob home 25 50 Â¬ -i Is Marriage a FailuroP best out of existence without health In your family Have yeu been woariug out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Indigestion Are you sleepless at night Do you awake in the morning feeling languid with coated tongue and sallow haggard looks Dont do it Atmoat in tho camp tells kow Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has surod others it will cure you Trial Largo size 50c at package free Chapman Williams 40 JOHN and all Eastern Cities Have you been trying to get the Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON nnd EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st KABT 1892 Lve Lexington 710 a M Atlanta Express No 2Jxlally 26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m Midland Accom No Express No 24 dally 610 PM Vestlbuled Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dully ex Sun 625 1 DOOM Frankfort diately 34 For Rent tf My house in South Possession given imme Â¬ Guy Barrett Arr Lexington Lexington iccom No 27 dally ex Sun 7 6B a m 21 dully 12401 M Louisvillo Express No Lexington Accom No 26 dally ex 8un4 15 1 m G 10 pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 daily with Dining Cars Solid Vestlbuled Trains Through Sleeners from Lexington to New York without chance No Duh transfers CDRYAN H W FIJLLEB Asst Genl Puss ARt Genl Passgt Washington- - D C Cincinnati WEST BOUND 1 Dont Ruin Your Eyes Sterling Silverware By allowing Incompetent spir stjled scientific opticians ninl peddlers nt them Hio optician snouicl graduate and liuvu lifs dlpoma of quid 11 cattoti cicxi Electro Plated Ware r J k MJf tf i l 7iK Till watf jmTTs - Soup Ladles Berry Spoons Preserve Spoons Cream Ladles Tea Sets Water Sets Baking Dishes Berry Bowls Salad Bowls Cake eissr A t i V ri y iljtw frSp Eyes examined with the Oculists Test Case and the modern Improved scleiittllc Instruments Gravy Ladles Olive Spoons Forks Cold Meat Forks Horse Raddish Spoons Bon Bon Spoons Fruit Stands Frames Accurately Fitted to the Face Should our had ache eyes burn or water sight blur and your glasses dont suit come nnc Gold Sitlitactlon guaranteed consult mo glussesa specialty E O ZEHAG EN Graduate Optician at M A Solborts St Clair street FniuKrort Kv Ajnnday Tuesday and Wednesday May 29 30 and 31 Butter Knives Sugar Spoons Pickle Forks Strawberry Forks Souvenir Spoonsetc Ice Tubs Pickle Dishes SILVER WATCHE3 l000tO 2000 12 61 to GOLD FILLED WATCHE3 Warranted for 20 years SOL ID GOuD WATCHES AT 35H from 2500 to 12500 The lowest Prices IkE BICYCLE RELAY RIDE Â¬ WW V w JgjTg TT TEKTiii1 WJ2 war R r i Invitations escapes from that institution almost Tho Methodist Supper Williams - Morris Top Drawer Be- Â¬ were issued Monday to the marriage as difficult by night as by day The supper given by the ladies of sides the incandescent lights in the local What the Governor of Illinois will of Miss Sue Morris to Mr John W R Williams The invitations read as yard there are two arc lights and one the Methodist Church Thursday First Picnic This Season The Say to the Governor of follows Mr and Mrs Richard German Benevolent Society will on large cluster light in the male yard night was a splendid success financi- Â¬ Kentucky Morris request you to witness the noxt Monday give their first picnic of one arc in the female yard one at ally and otherwise There were over hundred persons present and Frankfort did not get the compli- rite of marriage to be solemnized the season at Mr L B Marshalls the entrance corner and one at the five evening was a delightful social Man- Â¬ the between their daughter Sue and Mr beautiful park at Thorn Hill A corner opposite the Executive ment of one of the relays in the great The total cost was less than occasion from Springfield John W R Williams at seven oclock grand covered dancing pavillion 60 sion bicycle relay ride 1893 in by 40 feet with ladies reception rooms 1500 Til fr 1iia ntfv Viiif ww crnt flio nnvf Thursday the first of June aha in -- VJ Tho Cosmopolitan for May J the First Presbjterian Church Frank Â¬ and all other conveniences has been Topsy Turvy Mr Alex Szyman bestthing to it in the appointment of Inclosed in the in- Â¬ erected by Mr Marshall for his park A New York daily paper taking up Mr Will A Lewis of the Round Â¬ fort Kentucky pony becamefrightened Wed- Â¬ vitation was a card of admission to which with the best music secured skis in Flammarions nesday near the Hemp Mills and the idea conveyedOmega The Last about to accompany Mr Thomas E the church for the occasion cannot fail to insure turned the cart upside down spilling exciting hovel Jeffries on the twelve mile relay from Days of the World has interviewed Dadk Farra The following invi- the success of the picnic Peytona Mr Szymanski and his wife and child a number of the leading men in all La Joya Col J A Peppers great on the ground As this is to be a grand test of the tation has been received by friends They were not in Â¬ professions as to what they would do if scienco were to predict to morrow filly La Joya the winner of the Mel jured epoed and uses to which bioyole re in this city that the end of the world would bourn Stud Stakes will be specially Mr and Mrs Aaron Farra lays may be put the entrance into Arrested for Stealing Harry arrive within the next thirty days invite you to attend prepared for the 20000 Great Ameri- Â¬ Davis colored was arrested Tuesday The answers are various and curious this city along the Louisville pike the marriage of their daughter can Stakes to be run for during the at Jett Station by Chief Williams and heighten the interest which is Saturday will no doubt be on next Blanche felt in the second part of Flam- Â¬ Gravesend meeting for by a large crowd eagerly looked to and locked up in the jail here on the marions great novel which appears Dr Waller Holladay Dade of interested spectators Ex GovernorBucknersBoat On charge of stealing a pistol pocket in the May Cosmopolitan It is a Springfield to on Thursday evening the first of Monday afternoon ex Governor Buck book containing five or six dollars question which everyone will find in- Â¬ The distance from June at hall past eight oclock of himself What INew Albany is 300 miles which will ner started down the Ohio river from and a coat from Carl Bruner at teresting todoask within six weeks the Sycamore Park would you if be run on an average of ten miles an Louisville in a small steam yatch Georgetown Ho was taken to George end of the world were certain Woodford County Kentucky hour including night as well as day Smith Allen On Thursday after- which he had built at Jeffersonville town for trial Probably no novel which has ever in an American magazine Tiding and the distance from New noon Miss Mary E Allen and Mr for his own and his sons fishing and Among the selections appeared more elaborately illustrated New has been Albany to Frankfort is 61 miles which Milton Smith a brother of Oounty pleasure excursions on Green river played Waltz by Wolfs Orchestra at the distinguished artists will be run in 405 hours or fifteen Clerk N B Smith were united in The vessle is named Delia for his hop last night at the Capital by more Saunier Vogol Meaulle Laurens miles an hour marriage at the residence of the wife and the trip of 40 miles to the Hotel was the new waltz Oapitola Rochegrosse Geradin and Chovin all The start at Springfield with the brides father Mr Elisha Allen in ex Governors home on Green river composed by Mr Louis Harris and contribute to die explanation of the text message that Gov Altgeldt proposes Bald Knob Rev J A Peters of the was made running in daylight in five dedicated to Miss Rebecca Johnson A clever story of another kind is V to Bend to Gov Brown will be made that of tho new English novelist Baptist Church of Pleasant Ridge days Simon Boliver jr is to be the of this city at 0 oclock Friday morning in the officiating The groom is a worthy engineer of the little craft which is Won the Medal Mr Martin D Gilbert Parker in the same number presence of a large assemblage and young American Society in Paris is an propelled by a gas engine of the farmer on Benson Creek just Hardin of this city son of article of another kind but one under the inspiration of music and back of Bellopoint and his bride a latest improved design for speed and Hardin by the unani- which will interest all who have had New Al Â¬ appropriate ceremonies handsome young lady whose supe safety mous decision of the judges was occassion to make even a short resi- Â¬ bany will be reached about 3 oclock rior qualities have won her many ad- Â¬ Wreck and Chase Sunday morn- Â¬ dence in the capital awarded the medal at the Southern Cosmopolitan French a successThe in scoies on Saturday afternoon ing an open switch derailed a freight Inter Collegiate Oratorical Contest producing in its May number almost miring friends From New Albany to Frankfoit train near Bagdad and it was report at Columbia S O Thursday night simultaneously with the daily papers which is under the charge of Ed ed in this city that it was probably over seven competitors representing an elaborate description of professor THE CONVICTS Meglemry jr of Louisville is di done by a lunatic who it was said was all the leading colleges of the SoutAi Grays marvellous invention the vided as follows Moro Cell Room and Other Im- Â¬ at largo on the Black farm below His oration was pronounced the Telautograph which reproduces the handwriting or the work of tho To Louisville 7 miles Phil E Alliprovements to be Made in the Collins station Marshal Jeffers finest ever heard from a college stu Â¬ artist simultaneously thousands of son and Curt Scott Penitentiary Chief Williams and Officer Innes dent miles distant from the place where To Middlotown 14 miles Will the writer or artist is sitting Mr started in pursuit that night but Ho wells purpose in The Traveller The Sinking Fund Commissioners failed to find the lunatic and on Ruby and George Martin Deaths from Altruria is month by month 10 miles Dr V H met Wednesday and adopted a reso their return on the To Simpsonville Devils Hollow becoming more evident and is now to employ idle convicts in turnpike the horse they were driving lution Hobson and Hugh Caporton Tinsley -- Mr Owen Tinsley after receiving wide attention at the To Shelby ville 8 miles Albert building additional cell house accom- Â¬ to a surrey became frightened and a brief illness died Sunday at his hands of the critics all over the modation shops rooms and other broke a trace and Jeffers jumped home near Graefenburg Hughmark and Phil Barbour He was world Â¬ Â¬ To Peytona 10 miles Perry Wea necessary improvements at the peni from the vehicle without injury but greatly esteemed by all his friends Card of Thanks tentiary in this city contemplated by WilliamB and Innes were thrown to A wife and one child survive him ver and Morb Broadus To Frankfort 12 miles -- Tom Jef the appropriation of 55000 which the ground and sustained a number To those who so Dudley James H Dudley colored and my family weretheirkind to me in the Legislature made some time ago of severe bruises continuous Jries and Will A Lewis died Sunday at his home on West j effort to recover the body of my son On arriving at the Executive Man- Â¬ This resolution however is not inA Stabbing AFFRAYMonday at Dodd who was drowned sion in this city about 7 oclock the tended to interfere with the purpose Balls Landing on the Kentucky river Broadway He was a hardworking Â¬ inst I desire to express onastho 14th best I industrious oitizen a good black- can my gratitude and Messrs Jeffries and Lewis will de- Â¬ of leasing the convicts for which two deckhands Mack Diamond thanks for and liver the message to Gov Brown who proposals are now invited but it is Sam Harris on the steamer Rescue smith at which trade he work their kindness and generous treat Â¬ ed for nearly a quarter of a century ment May Gods blessings ever atÂ¬ will address the crowd that will be merely an adjunctive plan to make engaged in a quarrel when tho for- Â¬ and had many friends both white and tend those who ministered to mo in the best use of tho appropriation by mer out present on the oocasion tho latter with a knife and colored who were pained to learn of my sorrow and affliction is the prayer employing on the work all such con- Â¬ of Sallie A Graves threw him overboard Diamond his death His funeral occurred Matrimonial victs who may not be leased An Â¬ architect will be engaged at once to then fled and has not yet been appre- Tuesday from the St Johns M E Â¬ hended and Harris was taken to the Church Mantle Mastin Cards aro out an- draw tho plans and specifications nouncing the marriage of Miss Ruth and the improvements will be made Marine Hospital at Louisville The Finnell Tuesday at noon Mrs wounded man though seriously in Robert H Finnell died at the home JVIastin daughter of W H Mastin of at the earliest moment jured will probably reoover Woodford oounty to Mr Irvin H of her daughter Mrs John W Rupe JVIantle which will occur at the Glens Why Dont You Stop S Meadows Mr Ben T Farmer at the advanced age of seventy three Oreek Church on next Wednesday was on yesterday appointed assignee years She was an estimable Christian the 24th instant These words are very familiar to of S Meadows who has a stock of lady wnose many kind and charitable our readers as not a day passes with Â¬ groceries on the South Side near deeds endeared her to a large circle Willis - Smith Taylor - Willis report of death of Mr Thomas Willis of this city and out thoprominent tho sudden Tho ex Â¬ Voglers store of friends Besides the daughter Horned citizen Miss Dora Smith of Versailles and planation is Heart Diseases There Â¬ mentioned three sons Mr L H W50P0B A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Prolessioners Appointed D M Mr Ohus F Taylor and Miss Julia B fore beware if you have any of tho An ngroeablo Laxatlvo and NERVE TONIC Woodson T P Tromero and R O Finnell of this oity and Messrs loJlowlng Bymptome Hhort Willis of this city went to Louisville Pain in Sido Smothering Breatk Steele were appointed by Druggists or 25c procossioners George and James Finnell of Shelby Sold SIXOpor packagesent by mallfree 60a Spolla Samples O train Swollen Monday evening on the O county survive to mourn her death and Ankles AHthmatio Breath for this county on Thursday by The Favorlto TOOXH TOWISS and both oouples were married in ing Weak and Hungry Spells TenÂ¬ County Judge Williams to serve four The fenoral took place Wednesday VA XlUforthoTocthandBrcatb25o JDLW the Jefforsonvillo that night The derness in Shoulder or Arm Flutter Â¬ years afternoon at 2 oclook from the resi For sale by W McKee Hardie ing Heart False HALLS OLD STAND first couple eloped as the parents of ThoseofBynvptomn or Irregulardisease t dence of Mrs Rupe on Steele street Jun28 ly mean heart Lost Horsfs There aro two no on the South Side the young lady wore opposed to the The most reliable remedy is Dr The latter couple expected Miles New Heart Onre which has ticos of horses strayed or stolen in match Book of thiB issue to which wo desire to call to bo married in a short time and saved thousands of lives Our stock of vehicles was never so testimonials at W Qayles One was lost last week large All grades all prices Noth- Â¬ were easily persuaded to accompany who also sella free Now JHeart Cure 1 attention SPLENDID STOCK OK TODACCO FARM tho about 270 acres and situated by Mr M L Orutohor and the other ing sold that is not fully guaranteed A coutalnlu sone the elopers and make the affair a about two and halt miles from Frankfort our prices before buying Ky on a good turnpike road strayed or was stolen from Mr W O Get Cow Lost double wedding x 37 tf By vlrtuie of the Judgment of the Fruuklln Mastin Bros Btablo Circuit Court In the suit or S S Cannes admr Foster Perkins In Washington A light roan cow horns slightly Lutkomoiors offered Saturday night against D 11 Caltnes 4c I am olrected to Fell for both which county at the homo of tho biides crumpled with right ear oroppou and Rowards are above the Strayed or Stolen On Saturday thethe courtfirm todoor nlghebt and best bidder In Frankfort Ky on a house at parents Miss Nora Dell Perkins was split and tho loft ear swallow forkod should seouro their roturn night May 13th to 14th a 12 and IK mouths In etiuul Install credit of Penitentiary Lighted Warden bay filly with white spot on fore Â¬ ments the inirctuixer to oxecuto bond with ap mrirriod on Wednesday of last week A liberal reward will bo paid for 6uch proved security bearing Interest at U per i to Mr Thos FoBtor the popular gro Â¬ information as will result in her ro Norman completed his oloctrio light head Had a leather halter on whon per annum and a lieu retained ou the land ent Â¬ uncovory or her return to George plant and turned on a blaze of lights she loft the stable Any information til all the purchase money Is paid Sale will be cer of North Wilkinson stroet in this Smith No 6 Wilkinson street or 5 Ik1 12 oclock m u rare This Is loading to its rocovory will bo re at Juno chance to get a good farm at public auction oity Tho happy couple will make James Smith at the Fire Englno in and around tho ponitentiary Wed Â¬ warded by W II lOSKY W O Lutkemeier 37 tr nesday night that ought to mako 37 lt Houbo May 13 3U Frankfort their future homo Muster Commissioner V 0 C Â¬ Â¬ J Butter Dishes At lowest prices -- nr lear hi Va Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Vf Â¬ FAKE FOR SALE two-year-o- ld U Â¬ Â¬ iJMiiiiMtiWrfftflftiflfrtet iT V Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We rordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as wc wish to WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store ware Wall Paper Gr erieral Sadcilex37and jjoois Blindq Wagonsno urr5 es Iron Paints Oiis KoonngG lass Bmsbes Vainish Sasn r Plaster Se rer Pioe Jl n Ti S r3v7 t Iron darden Tools co Harness Leatnei Lace Leather Kims spolseeeti c xsjajjje a neejLs atxeiy ana J3incier icuisie Hose and Mo reis 3cc T wine HLdgrlrt -- IHIearsry IEaaxa - -- - - n ri-rY- t- n t-- -i -- v 0--uarantee- c3 I-ia-- wn for Walter Cor Main and Lewis Streets A Wood Mo sHrere and Bi n c -- Q Â¬ Yb chief attraction one man bows jfl Entered nt the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mitllabls matter stepping from tertaining our guests was in the FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT swimskiff to the act ofwhen the back united efforts would have our whole been want raft the ing in which was GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MAY 20 1893 COMMITTEE BEPORT On Capital Bomoval and a Bill to Make Lexington the Seat of Government The official proceedings of the House on Tuesday tell the sequel to the story of the capital removal agi- Â¬ But one city and that Lexington which is developing a local political stench xlled its proposition with the committee The report of the com- Â¬ mittee says that the proposition of Lexington contains a full statement of the financial condition of said city but the grand jury the Lexington papers represent is not through with its investigation which may some- Â¬ what modify the statement Lexington said she would give all the grounds necessary for State build Â¬ ings and 250000 and thereupon Mr 544 W H May introduced H B Providing for removal of the seat of government from the city of Frank- Â¬ fort and the location of same in the city of Lexington The committees reportand bill were referred to the Committee on Print Â¬ ing and Accounts The citizens need not feel the least uneasiness over the removal The best informed on the Square say the matter died with the Louisville charter and that nothing short of an earthquake now will knock the State Houbo from its loca- Â¬ tion in Frankfort A resolution was also intoduced in the Senate on Wednesday by Senator Breckinridge to the effect that it was the sense of that body that the capital be removed from Frankfort It was ordered printed tation ward floating of the skiff caused him to lose his balance and plunge into river and beneath the logs A number of friends on receipt of the news at once entered upon a search for the body which after con- Â¬ tinuous dragging of the river and discharging of a large quantity of dynamite was not found until Tuesday morning when Mr Frank M Morgan brought it to the surface with his grappling hooks from a point within forty feet of the place where the boy was seen to sink The deceased was a bright and capable youth whose untimely death blights the bright hopes of his family Besides his widowed mother two brothers and five sisters mourn his loss one of the sisters being the wife of County Clerk Smith one the wife of Deputy County Clerk Wallace and one the wife of Mr G A Thomas of the Evening Journal The funeral took place on Tuesday afternoon from the family residence on South Shelby street Rev H G Henderson conducting the services Â¬ The Association as in acknowledgment of the great assistance they rendered at the reception und hop in a paffc where few can equal and most cer-Â¬ tainly none can excel and assures them it to be their most ardent ad Â¬ mirer and humble slave and with an eastern devotion bows at the shrine of their loveliness radiant with their own beauty shall for- Â¬ ever challenge its homage and re- Â¬ ceive its adoration Resolved That the next meeting of this Association be held in the coun- Â¬ cil chamber on the evening of June 2d 1893 and that Dr J R Ely be requested to furnish a paper for dis- Â¬ cussion by the Association on the Treatment of Cholera and that the Secretary be instructed by poB tal to ask the attendance and co- Â¬ operation of the physicians of the adjoining counties Resolved That the Chairman of the Committee of Arrangements for the Kentucky State Medical Society Dr E E Hume be requested to procure a copy of the resolutions adopted by that body on its adjournment and have the same published in the city papers U V G F that charm QQLLINSj Opposite the Farmers Bank W McKEE HARDSE Â¬ its DRTJV G IST HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES ti And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HAJIDIE Jan 21 Cv ly L GAYLE jEjD ze30ss7ee 2D33lIjEI IUlT STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET irt- Thompson Secretary Willi ams President - Birds of Passage Between this and the other side of the broad commer- Â¬ Atlantic In the shape of tourist agents on the cial travelers and mariners bteimbcat captains ships surgeons road and all sorts and conditions of travelers emigrant and new settlers appreciate and testify to the prevntlvu and remedial prop Â¬ erties of Hostetters Stomach Bitters lr sea malarU and rheumatic nausea hlckness trouble and all disorders of the stomach Against the prejudicial bowels liver and Inllueuces of climate crudely cookfd or un Â¬ accustomed diet and Impute water It Is a sovereign safeguard and has been so regarded public for over a third of it by the travelln from No form of malarial fever century calpntura of the Picllic and the broken the of the Mississippi to Us mlld r bone lever types can rslst the curative action of this benUnant preserver and restorer of health a veritable boon to persons In feeble health or liable to Incur diseases There is nothing I have ever used for muscular rheumatism that gives me as much relief as Chamberlains Pain Balm does I have been using it for about two years four bottles in and allas occasion required home alwaysÂ¬ I be keep a bottle of it In my lieve I know a good thing when I get hold of it and Pain Blam is the best liniment I have ever met with VV B Denny dairyman New Lexington Ohio 60 cent bottles for sale by 35 lm J W Gavle Â¬ Alaska Charcoal Filled Refrigerators The Quick Meul sules In 1891 btovea The Quick Meul sules since Its first amounted to 36242 LeComptes Bottom for a week but is better now Mrs Tom Jesse who haB been vis- Â¬ B B on the murket run up to 1C4955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers absolute sifety uguinst uccldei ts Oecnve the Quick Meul Is the only stove having burners that cannot he opened further than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove havlnsr a taiuc that carmot he taken off for tilling un- less all the burner are eksed Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having nn indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the unly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is in use Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having nil pipes made of anti rust material Becauso the Quick Meal Is the only stove having the needle points of the burnero made of Ger Â¬ man silver which makes them absolutely inde- Â¬ structible Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having a rltn on the cast Iron burner tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting them against the dripping from tho cooking vessels April 22 appearance Graves has been sick in bed Besolutions of Thanks At a meeting of the Franklin County Medical Association on the 10th of May 1893 in regular session itwaB Resolved That this Association de 4 fr sires to return its thanks to the citi- Â¬ zens of Frankfort for the generous and substantial assistance they gave Doddridge Graves a Lad of Sixteen it in entertaining the State Medical the Years on Sunday Morning Fell Society recently convened into city them of Frankfort and render the Biver and Sank in Into equal congratulations with the F 0 Ten Feet of Water Un Â¬ M A upon the success of the enter- Â¬ a Baft der tainment Resolved That to the young gentle- Â¬ The sad news was spread on Sun- men of the Assembly Ball Club und others of Frankfort society the F C day that Doddridge Graven a youth M A is indebted for a most enjoy- Â¬ of sixteen years of age and son of able hop The hop committee the W D Graves deceased who was floor managers and every gentle Â¬ in their power deputy county clerk a number of man present did all was necessary to and indeed all that years ago under Mr James G Crock- Â¬ make it one of the most enjoyable ett deceased was accidentally occasions and for which the b O M drowned by falling into the river A are most grateful and profoundly Graves had thankful near Saffells distillery Resolved That notwithstanding our been in company of Landon Taylor citizens came to the aid of the Asso- Â¬ and Bobert Sutherland on a fishing ciation with financial assistance and trip and while the party were in the young gentlemen united in mak- Â¬ camp at the point indicated he rowed ing the reception a grand success of the across the river about 11 oclock that yet without the assistance and en JadieB in decorating tho hall day in a skiff to got some fire wood His companions was not observing Ms movements closely but they saw him return almost to the rafts which line the shore in that locality and the next thing they were aware of was the exclamation of young John Morris who had just arrived on the scene that Graves had fallen into the river They ran to the raftsand made every effort to save the boy who had gone down in more than ten feet of water but they wore not successful in finding him The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Itr is not known exaotly how Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard the looident occurred hut it is bo Aprll 15 T llevi d that Graves who could not J I jMJut DEATH BY DROWNING Â¬ iting relatives here has returned to Bagdad Farmers in this section are dis Â¬ couraged by the continued inclement weather Owing to the severe win ter feed is scarce and stock in bad condition Rev Mr Oockrell of Louisville associate editor of the Kentucky Methodist accompanied our pastor Rev H G Turner and prached two good sermons at Flat Creek Sunday The Steamer Rescue made her first trip up Tuesday Rev P E Kavanaugh shipped his crop of tobacco and wool on the Rescue Wednesday A revival meeting conducted by Rev Cockroll of Louisville and the pastor Rev H G Turner will begin Friday night at Swallowfleld Fiahing has not been so good and better still fishermen are scarcer What has become of the correspon Â¬ dents to the Roundabout from Bridgeport Forks of Elkhorn Zilpah and everywhere else and the green worm who a few years ago flour Â¬ ished like a green bay tree in the congenial atmosphere of Flag Fork Whore wo ask are they and who answers where tf 7 a viTi wrxfi Safe cuslly hnndled and cheap GRIFFITH Mar 18 or removing btumpa and llocki Jfor yuarry moa and Well diggers For full Information and prlco address ly IJIAIUXJL SEMPLE LOUISVILLE KY Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at tbe HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I w M f W 7 D PRICES rtpalUBakmg IKPowder ni in Wii Lead The Market 4 2 laacOa OIEarnIFTOifcT e 323 i 400 450 I500- - I 3BJE2C2DmVZ7mrZ mimftmmmmmim lw J 1 - MiMifri Im iMBMWiWPg imoBrirffimiTMMfrii i t A rrf mm Street A 5 I m Deering Binders with their handy jointed platform No binder trucks needed The perfect machine made by the largest Farrh Implement Factory in the world -- rjt - V - Let us furnish you a M a - r t ass -- - - x ir HARNESS J mm Soweie Atu Mil toe mL or any style vehicle you may need Some special bargains in We Heed only ib mention these goods now known and used more than all others and all over the world We also sell the Â¬ otPrII 1M rlr x If lsSP - I SADDLES AND Fine Lao Robes Lap Robes and Dusters from 50 cents each on up - llii DBSl bU safe K fiuni aua 0 VdlUIS n Z fl iMT 1 KFim--- Sf 7 NiW- r T- 4tr-- Vr au--- n V - faMfrh sura ny made Improved Hay Rakes Single and Double Shovel Plows and extras for same i f ffl - - One second hand Threshing out fit for sale at a big bargain THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HAR WORKS STERLING n K SILVER N OVELTIES W Ii FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 20 1893 Oojp peirsiXLitlis V t HAT PINS HAIR PI1SS STICK PINS BOOK MARKS HAT MARKS PIN TRAYS SOUVENIR SPOONS The best of attenti n given to repair department and satisfaction guaranteed and not to be excelled in workmanship The Date Changed due to the shock and some internal iniury that did not develop itself The deceased was thirty eight years of age and leaves two children and a wife the sister of Messrs O W H Fincel to mourn his loss The family occupy the third story of the building on St Olair street in which the Pincel brothprs keep their meat store but the remains of the deceas- Â¬ ed were taken to the residence of Mr Charles Fincel on the South Side where the funeral services were conducted by Rev H G Henderson of the Methodist Church on Thursday afternoon The burial took place in the cemetery in this city Mr Cor- Â¬ rens was a kind hearted industrious man who has a largo number of friends that deeply regret the deplor- Â¬ able accident Coroner Dehoney irapanneled a jury who after hearing all the evi- Â¬ dence to be obtained in the case returned a verdict in accordance with the facts related Â¬ Â¬ Ii N TIME TABLE in TBAINB NOBTH The fallowing time table is now effect npon the L fe N road No231eaveBFjrankfort No 17 leaveB Frankfort No 21 leaves Frapkfort No lOleayes Frankfort TBAIHBEA6T 560 a m 300 p m 785 pm 1020 a m 440 p m 640 p jn 985 a ro I D KELLEY The date for the decoration of the graves of the Confederate dead OF C1NCINNAT 10 will De at the buried in the cemetery here has been changed by the ladies having the FHOEBTIZg matter in charge from to day to next IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday the 27th inst All those hav- Â¬ ing flowers to donate will please send Saturday May 20 1893 them to Mrs R M Aldridge on that Saturday June 10 1893 day W Veterinary Eemedies PltKPAllED DTTOE Kentncky Veterinary Meaicine Co MT HOTEL Hl STERLING KY KtrUUbrvivy VETERINARY JJ - L V JWX MEDICINE J Vf f House and Lot Sold Co real Messrs L B Marshall estate agents have purchased for the Misses Peterson the old O N John- Â¬ son property at the intersection of Conway and Campbell streets for fourteen hundred dollars HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no puln No 18 leaves No 20 leaves No 24 arrives No 22 leaves for Cincinnati Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort and 21 connect for Bloomfleld Branch at AnohoraRe WWAlkxandkb Agent Nob 23 17 and 21 Nos 23 855 pm eonneot at Lagraage REEBKENCES W SIcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gouer Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky Rev L P llulett Benson Ky A H McClurt Frankfort Ky V J nusltet Frankfort Ky Duvld Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky V a nj A HOBMBLE DEATH Andrew Correns of this City In Attempting to Board a Mov- Â¬ ing Train Crushed by the Wheels On Wednesday morning about half ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac oollc Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In tluenza Distemper etc Heel and Gall Olnt Eye Lotions mKV Bilsernl Ointment PhMc Bulls Skin Lotion Wurt Remedy Wot m Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine sedative Wound Dressing DR KELLEYS office and residence la at 269 Cough Mixture West Eighth street Cincinnati h ml where he may fonlc and ConditionAlterative Fluid Mineral Powders be found every duy of each week except SATUR- Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST 206 ST CLAIR STREET HALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLD Burberlch Frankfort hy alKuu TRADE i jA P MARK W McKee Hardie STAND Unsolicited The following testimonial came to Konyon Thomas Co Adams N Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with During what doctors call eczema this time I have consulted sovoral physicians and used a number of woll known remedies but could get no relief until Anally I was urged to give your remedies a trial I cannot say enough in praise of them At present I am as well as I ever was in my life and owe my sincere thanks to you for Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ Any one doubting ment and Tea ho sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing very N J MoNabb ruly yours Leominster Mass These remedies are for sale at 25c and 60c at P H Oabbknters drag store us Slllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll ROYAL 1 mm v3Jfc Hi 1 FeblMm Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky I SEWING MACHINE I IuT A 1 lit 1 past seven oclock Andrew Correns of this city met a horrible death He had been over to his garden on Nashville Railroad the Louisville near the Nicol place and observing some flat cars to which a awitoh en cine was attached standing at rest he made an attempt to board one of the cars from the rear Just as ne was in the act of climbing up the train began to move and he lost his grasp and fell on the track with his left shoulder and arm and part of Mb leg on the rail The train was stopped but it was too late to prevent the wheels from crushing the entire arm and mashing his shoulder Ho was brought over to the city and takento the office of DrHumewhere his injuries were exposed to view and examined preparatory to the noces aary amputation of the arm Dr Hume recognizing the weakened condition of the wounded man con- Â¬ cluded to defer the work of the knife until after restoratives had been ap- Â¬ plied and had time to revlvo him and it was during this poriod of anxious suspense that death about half past eleven oclock rollovod CorronB of his terrible sufferings The Immedi Â¬ ate pauso of his denth was doubtless Â¬ llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllBIHIIllllllllllllllllllllIs wmhBoDv WARRANTED MONON ROUTE 5 YEARS OiNfE Both the method uiid results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste ami acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- ENJOYS The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ CHICAGO tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fovers and cures habitual And all Points NORTH and WEST Syrup of Figs is tho constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac Glad Tidings Vestibuled Trains ceptable to the stomach prompt in its cllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllft its action and truly beneficial Dining Car Services The grand speclflo for the prevail eflects prepared only from the in most fi IInsaIarge High Ann E ing malady of the ago Dyspepsia 5 Palace Chair Cars lias a SelftietUntr Needle Liver Complaint Rheumatism Gos healthy ana agreeable substances its Iloit a Self threading Shuttle commend it livenoss General Debility etc is many excellent qualities IIuslfoKqual in Construction 5 Pullman Tuffet Sleepers 5 Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This to all and have made it the most 5 Uaa a Mechanical A ppoaranoe B H Has an ISIegunt Finish roat herbal tonio stimulates the remedy known g Porfeot digestive organs rogulntes tho sys Â¬ popular of Figs is for salo in 50o E lias a 1oslUveAdjustment g And Only First Classs Accommodations Has a Take up Syrup Has Stylish Furniture tem to vigorous health and energies For Further Information Address and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ lias More Good Sowing Qualities and 5 Samples free Largo packages 50o Work B does a Iiarger llango ot gists Any rcliablo druggist who s than any Sewing MaobinoGeneralWorld Sold by Chapman 46 Williams a In the may not have it on hand will proTHE ROYAL for point of I B L Bryant C P A Small Farm for Salo cure it promptly for any one who s Examine s excellencoj and you will LOUISVILLE KY wishes to try it Do not accept any s buy no other 3 A small farm of twenty acres well substitute improved and two miles from this OJt ROYAL SM CO Rockford III city on a good piko is offorod for sale CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WGMDiA at a bargain at this oflloo For terms c 20 I apply tf SAN FRANCISCO OAL 10UISVILLC KY NEW 0RK iiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiN NY Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Plgygykrfgi4irajttMjiii I 6 I 4 KEMSHessaaeKS n 1 I IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT fi IjSt V u IA Sals - I It il f My customers advertise and sell it for me because they are pleased witn it They can take out the flues and clean them It is charcoal lined It takes very little ice to keep it cold It is handsome enough to put in your Call and examine it dinning room ggwypyn lias been sold in this city for the last four years 3P3FU03S31S lEIECMME flMfe Hfinv raSP 32 TFK 800 to XX c 7SOO MBiiiSBba wmmmMk Mm E1 WtlilflllUfttoBBKj Religious To morrow Day Anniversary throughout the entiro Methodist Church South and the occasion will be observed at the church here The morning services will be devoted to the children They will take part in the programme of songs and recitations The Sunday school was never in such a flourishing condition the attend- Â¬ ance being 175 The pastor will de- Â¬ liver a short sermon to the children on Gods Jewels and in the eve ning will preach to the young ladies and men Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 700 in the claBS room Real Estate Transfers J Got Back Quick t WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE f s P Cates and wife to W B Jones for 200 a tract of land near Switzer on North Elkhorn J M Wakefield and wife to John W Gaines for 3000 house and lot on south side of Broadway between Petticoat alley and Wilkinson street J M Wakefield and wife to Bettie A Gaines wife of John W Gaines for 6000 a house and lot on north side of Broadway between Washing- Â¬ ton street and Petticoat alley Miss Jennie Morrow to Mary Nelson colored for 500 a lot on the Versailles turnpike near Col Jno L Scotts residence Eugene and Eloise Hall by Commissioner Posey to Mrs Mary S Christian Church Rev George Hume for 2500 a lot on Main and Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ Cross streets South Side morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ Justly Entitled to It ning at 730 The Young Peoples Society of Dr Hales HousehoM Cough Cure Christian Endeavor will hold its if justly entitled to tne praise it is re weekly prayer meeting in the ceiving Wherever introduced it has proven itself the most reliable remeLecture Room at 050 dy known for the cure of coughs olds hoarseneBB whooping cough Presbyterian Church bronchitis soreness of the lnngs and First every Rev W B Cooper will occupy the cold kind of a cough from a simple to incipient consumption pulpit to morrow morning at 11 Purely vegetable Always reliable and effective For sale at 25 and oclock No service at night bottle The weekly prayer meeting of the 50 cents perstore at P H Carpen Â¬ drug Young Peoples Society of Christian ters Endeavor will bo held in the lecture Advertised Letters at Frankfort room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ Kentucky morrow evening Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church tised letters for the week ending May 20 1893 There will bo no services as Rev W G Neville is attend- Â¬ Anderson Daniel Johnson Miss Leonora ing the meeting of the General As American Mrs Kritchfield Hen Barbour Miss sembly derson Annie Young Peoples Society of Chris- Byington G W Kemper Fannie tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in Behrens Henry C O Lyle Anna Boyd Miss Ida the Pastors Study Burns Miss Minie McDavie George Episcopal Church Rt Rev T U Baily Mrs Mary McFarland Mrs Brewer Willie J L Dudley Bishop of Kentucky will Byne Dr W J Miller Wm Cox Misses Alice Piatt Annie M preach at Ascension Church Perkins Harrison morning at 11 oclock and at 730 and Lucy Ohenault George Rich Bluch pm The rite of confirmation willÂ¬ Carter Miss Mary Rodman L H be administered at the evening serRossen William S Dorlin Mrs M J Scott Alex vice Evans Miss Fan- - Smith Frank Sullivan J H me Uatuuiwiu Church The usual Follis Mrs A Stockton Mrs services at the Church of the Good Garvin Annias Mollie Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ Coins Mrs Bud True Walter Thonsmond Mrs ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Garver Miss Susie Grace pastor the Guyer M O Tailor Miss Sara High mass at 8 a mlow mass Green Tom Tompkins Miss Mary Hughes Mrs at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Bello Talbert Joe Vaughn J F Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ Huggins E Williams Arthur Hunt F lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit Hoffman Mrs Wood Henry to morrow morning at 11 and 730 p YVoney John Georgia Himes Miss Laura Woods Miss Mary m as usual Sunday school at 930 a m in the Johnson Hannah Wilson Mrs Re becoa Jewit Lale chapel Whalin W S Clerk of Patton Office The County Sunday school Conven When calling for these letters say meets at the Christian Church tion J M Saffell P M this morning at 10 oclock A large advertised and successful conven- Â¬ enthusiastic 2228672 tion is anticipated These figures rmprtaent the number Sunday school of the Christian of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ The Church is getting ready to celebrate ery for Consumption inCoughs and Colds which were sold the United Childrens Day which comes Sunday States from March 91 to March 92 June 4th A beautiful concert exer Â¬ Two Million Two Hundred and Twenty Eight Thouaand Six Hun- Â¬ cise called Tho Shepherds Voice dred and Seventy Two bottles sold preparation is in course of itii wuu jvcn j ntiu uui uiiu uivj fbottle was sold on a positive guaran tee that money would be refunded it Water Mains Extended salisfoctory results did not follow its main will be extended uoo The secret of its Usuccess is The water U twolvo hundred fact on Korth Wil- - gkinson street in a fow days Tho boat romody tor Coughs Colds etc nines are already on the ground Price 6Q0 and 8100 At Phil OAtt- 3NTBii Drug store ready to be laid Methodist uiiuroh Childrens is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Qtto Schmidt who broke into a room at the Freeman House some time ago and was sentenced at the last term of the Circuit Court to serve thirty days in jail was released about 8 oclock Tuesday morning his Shortly after time having expired ITearfc Houso gaining his liberty he went down to July2 ly Kagins restaurant broke into a room stole a fine flute and an overcoat and L B MARSHALL W A GAINES before 6 oclock in the evening was arrested by Officers Gordon and Innes and again lodged in his old quarters at the jail On Tuesday he was held in 300 bond to appear at the next term of the Circuit Court but as he could not give the bond was sent back to jail Officers Gordon and Innes are faithfully performing their duty as policemen and when they start after an evil doer they Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a generally get him regardless of who Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage he may be A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Fail to do Their Duty SAPOLIO Cloaning 1 Are Quickly Married Try It In Yovir L B MARSHALL CO J-- - Real Estate and Insurance Agts Â¬ Â¬ Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly fi o in nervons prostration and tried physicians and differ But ent medicines without success one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine 0 tused sound sleep every night and site is feeling like a new person Mrs Jilizaboth Wheeler Laramie City Wyoming who tried all other remedies declaves that after three weeks us of the Norvine for Headache Nervous Prostration etc she was Sold by J W entirely relieved 1 Gaylo Trial bottle free Everybody hns at times failed to do their duty towards themselves Hundreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousness sleep Â¬ Let lessness and female troubles them follow the example of Mrs H OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A Agents llerbeehtcr FOR RENT RESIDENCE OF SIX ROOMS ON Broadway Possession given May 1st L B MARSHALL FINE FARM sleep-K-tunes- fl 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort Â¬ FOR SALE streets DWELLING A BRICKApply Clinton street between OF SEVEN ROOMS ON in one of the best neighborhoods in Franklin county Tho improvements consist ofa brick residence a tenement of i rooms a largo stock barn and all other necessary improvements In order to sell immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Us value Possession Mven 1st of March For further In Â¬ formation apply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL Frankfort Ky to Ann CO and High B MARSHALL Agents Lutheran Service Rev FOR SALE Twenty shares of Frankfort CO Â¬ Paul Schenke of Lexington National Batik tock FOR SALE will preach at the Southern Presby- Â¬ Apjily to terian Church on Monday evening L B MARSHALL The entire ser- Â¬ next at 730 oclock BRICK RESIDENCE OF DR W BROD THE containing ten vice will be conducted in the German Tnls Is oneon Main street built residences rooms In the citi Â¬ city Apply of the best language and all of onr German to LBMARSIIALLC0 zens are invited to attend Agents Agents t sarii FOR SALaEI J STODDARD BUILDING LOTS HOLMES AN Apply to on a Oiurantee Throat Sold by all DrtiecistsShilohs Poroua For a Lame Side Back or CheU 111 - nicfint inn 4C ffffntfl l T AND ANN oTREETS FOR SALE Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Soro I LB MARSHALL CO Agents Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets touth Frankfort consisting of one large brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as it l unquestionably the best to be Market had in the city If you wish a desirable location for a home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they are to be had L BMARSHALL CO PROPERTY OF COL Agents Mrs T S Hawkins Chuttnnooen Ten n says Sfciloha Vitalizer SAVED MY LIFE I comUleritthebfstremalyforaqehnttatedsjistem I ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney SHSLOHS VITALIZE it excels Price 75 cts FOR RENT The resi Â¬ dences of six rooms each on Cross street South Side Apnlj to CO Agts L B MARSHALL FGRSALE street consisting of a brick residence of 5 rooms and about two acres of land This prop Â¬ erty Is well located nnd on account of the large lot will be n good Investment in addition to mak ing a very desirable home For terms apply to CO Â¬ EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY trouble J Â¬ Have you Catarrh Trythla Remedy It will relieve and Cure you Prlcoo era xnis in Â¬ jector or Itasuccessful treatmentlsfurnlshed a free Shilohs Remedies are sold by us on guarantee to give satisfaction S HILOHSCATARRH EESIDENCE in South Frankfort OF SIX ROOMS WITH LARGE L B MARSHALL REMEDY Agents NEW STORE W E HAVE JUST OPENED A For sale by W Jan 28 McKee Hardie NEW AND COM ly HALLS OLD STANI CO Lab 1 H TAELERSDUE simFYFrlLE ilKTMENT SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years no tho BEST CO I - SUSIES NOTHING BUT PILES A REMEDY FOR PILES LOUIS BT PwpirtdLUtCIUUDBOSTiTLOBMID Job work neatly exe cuted at this office WILL CONTINUE THE old stand near plete stock of Railroad Bridge With our new elevator and all for screening and the fixtures and appliances be rnpldly Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and handling coal orders on and cheaply willsuit pre Â¬Â¬ pur short notice to pared to 1111 Have Just made arrangements for a chasers Gonts Furnishing Goods supply of Pittsburgh and Kanawha Coal some of which is expected to arrive to day nnd will bo AT 325 BROADWAY ready for delivery next Monday Hone our friends Hellers old stand where we Invite tho public to and others who wirit to buy will give us a call May 13 lm call and see us Our stock is complete Wo are ready to sell you goods 25 per cent less than any house In tho city AGENT8 local and travel- Â¬ ing at once to sell Orna Â¬ itoftea mental Shrubs AprlI29 lm Trees and Fruits Experi eaiury and expenses paw ence unnecessary weekly Permanent positions No security reÂ¬ Â¬ quired Must furnish references ns to good character CHARLES H onASE Rochester N Y Mar 25 iJin PBTMention this paper HUGHES BLACK Business at 8 Blacks Epstein ZQros WANTED 1 1 i i 7 1 mm 9 mum w i ir i w uul in laftesacawwMw jwif lffWMfiiwiiJ um wa E I Hudson Ready Made Clothing We have never had it be fore but we have it now and we have lols ofit We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying Â¬ umphries I c JrL Tailoring Department The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an exami nation to convince you of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can in dulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ Jrf i m Hi Pi -- l a BW w FA Hon Hries MMMMHMMMEHSMHHWEllWffHIHP1 Cassell zsbsssu S9 Hudson Kumpnr ies ts wgnsma iailiTgalaagsgBffifffg amjjasCTttrajsnsrao FinivdfiWxssX3tSfiX49ni HI CS3S2fflCSECEEiSSaCSiai iwmmttnmmaaauxsfti FLEETWOOD CATALOGUE Ool Tarltons Neat Testimonial to Finework 1883 bred in Elmndorf stud WORLDS PAIR NOTES THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC ANNOUNCEMENT St h BS- V i K kv hi - ft For Assessor Aintree dark bay by Sefton out of A Few Pointers About Chicago Avoid the heat and dust by traveling Wo are authorized to announce M B DORTEN Electric bred in England 1884 on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit as a tor of Franklin county the Roundabout for the Hand- Â¬ Frontino black by Enquirer out of As a great many readers of tho Cleveland Steam Navigation Company subjectcandidateactionAssessor Democratic party to the of the some Work their first Farfaletta bred in Fleetwood stud Roundabout will make the Worlds Two new steel passenger steamers havo May Mm trip to Chicago during just been built for this Upper Lake route 1887 Fair a few pointers regarding the coating 300000 each and are guaranteed The Roundabout has a complete The brood mares are all finely bred geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ to bo the grandest largest safest and printing establishment with a book but are too numerous for an extended ciated In the first place fix firmly fastest steamers on the Lakes speed 20 in your mind that Lake Michigan miles per hour running time between bindery in connection therewith con notice T o reduce your weight SIIRV LY forms the eastern boundary of the Cleveland Toledo and Chicago use Wlllards ex- Â¬ ducted by Mr 0 L Kendall and No It is tho intention of Ool Tarlton entire city and if you stand facing 50 hours Four trips per week less than Injury toPills health 15No between Obesity the and lose pounds a month busi Â¬ Interference with ecutes as good work as might be had to take his Fleetwood yearlings to the lake with both arms outstretched Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up and Improve the general Health beautify the in the State but it does not propose Chicago where they will be sold by the left hand will point to the north key and Chicago Daily trips between complexion NO Lucy to take up its space devoted to read Â¬ the Tattersalls at their building by and the right hand will point straight Detroit and Cleveland during July and Anderson 64and leave street WRINKLES Mass Cambridge down the tracks of the Big Four August double daily service will be main writes ThieeAuburn of your Obesity Pills re bottles ing matter to vaunt its own praise electric light on Monday night June route to the Worlds Fair buildings tained giving a daylight rido across Lake duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I I unless some special feature or cir- Â¬ 26 1893 much situated at the southern end of the Erie Daily service between Cleveland never felt better In all my life do allam can pleased I shall y city Paste this in your hat and you and cumstance justifies a breach of this First class stateroom help youwith the reult and Include Physicians10 Our patrons have the key to the leaders of rule Bewaro of Ointments for Catarrh Coming into Chicago entire situation accommodations and menu and exceed- Bankers Lawyers and drug stores Society Our goods are not sold In all orders are on trains of the ingly low Round Trip Rates The pala- supplied That Contains Mercury direct from our otllce Price per pack Â¬ It believes that the work will speak Big Four Route which is the only tial equipment the luxury of the appoint- Â¬ age 200 or three pnkages for 600 by mall preÂ¬ for itself and that there is just as railroad having an entrance on the ments makes traveling on these steamers paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ As will surely much Impropriety in a newspapers the mercury of smell and destroy south side along the lake front where thoroughly B enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL sense comA Schantz and boarding houses self praise as in that of any individ- pletely derange the whole system all the hotels you will find yourself tratedApamphlet kAddress A Bteam sxy WILLAHO REMEDY CO BDSTQM MASS are located U Jf Detroit uieveiana when entering it through the mucous passing practically through the expo Co Detroit Mich Apl 3 6m ual Such articles should never sition grounds and a magnificent pan But when a job of work has been surfaces except on be used prescriptions from completed and turned over to a cus- reputable physicians as the damage oramic view of the fair is obtained station At the tomer who subsequently iti his ex they will do is ten fold to tho good Big Four Worlds ifFair stop off of the you route at the you can possibly derive from them right side you are at the entrance Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with amination finds his delight to impel Catarrh him to make an unsolicited testimo- Â¬ HallsCheney CuremanufacturedbyÂ¬ gate to the exposition and can begin non slipping corrugated tires fully F J Co Toledo 0 doing the Fair once you stop are a formidable trio yet the weak nial to the printer similar to the fol- Â¬ tains no mercury and is takencon Â¬ off on the left sideat you willif find your- Â¬ warranted Roberts agent in person frequently has to meet all of lowing it is thought that the readers ternally and acts directly upon the self in the finest resident portion of tfem at once How can he overcome Ice Ice The answer Is with our Compound blood of the paper will readily exouse the system and mucous surfaces of the Chicago and right in the midst of Oxyokn and ours only The count- Â¬ In buying HallB Catarrh the Worlds Fair hotel and boarding less demonstrations of 23 years war transgression Mr N I McDaniel announces that Cure be suro you get the genuine It house district The chances are ton rant this reply is taken internally and made in to one that you will be within a few he has completed arrangements to Our treatment Is available or home Mr George A Lewis use neither need your occupation b e Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co minutes walk of the very place you supply the peoplo with ice this sea Â¬ Interfered with Hie value of these Printer sw voiu Dy jjruggisc price 7 per have selected for your headquarters son in any quantity they may desire features Is obvious Wht aboi t your As a Remembrance of A He also proposes to furnish a quality need Aboelt of explanutlon and proof 4 uuiwe If youprefer to go down town ten Is yours to consider If asked for now artificial low a Job Well Done minutes ride will bring you to the of pure can bo ice at as by Drs STARKEY PALEN figure as any furnibhed 152J Arch Street Philadelphia Pa new Twelfth Street station in the L P Tarlton Examinations one in tho city His wagons will Dec 24 ly heart of the oity Now bear in mind make regular calls and orders will May 17 1893 the manifest advantage entering receive prompt attention appli- Â¬ Chicago on the Bier Fourofroute The annual examination of He de Â¬ The forogoing inscription was writ cants for toaohers certificates will In thank tho public for patron BLUE the first place you avoid ontiroly tho sires tocne ten in a oatalogue finished this week ocour at the school building on June past and solicits a con trouble a tedious trans- Â¬ age in 19th and 20th for certificates to teach bother andtho city ofwhich is neces tinuance or the same for Ool Tarlton entitled fer across in the the white schools and the 20th Tho all lines being landed and 21st for certificates to teach in sary via at otherexposition grounds directly tho 1093 Thoroughbreds SPRING - 1893 the colqred sohoolB of the city Any- Â¬ an advantage offered by no other Buoklons Arnica Salvo at one who desires to bo examined for place ia a certificate will please notify the line and in the secondof the you can The best salveSoresthe world for TilRCJIT AND ORNAMENTAL Fleetwood so fix the geography city in Outs Bruisos Ulcers Salt 1 TREES SMALL Superintendent Board or 1893 your mind that you will at once be- Â¬ Kheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped thingfruit grape vines asparagus and every U v Williams President for the orchard lawn t nd gardtn Prices come as familiar with Chicago as you Hands Chilblains Corns and all low We sell direct and have no agents Cata It contains about 100 pages of clean G T Blaoklby Seoy School Board are with your own town SWn Eruptions and positively cures logues on application to Another point in favor of the Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ dear nonpareil on heavy number 1 H F HILLENMEYER paper bound in white leatherette Worlds Columbian Exposition Big Four route is found in the fact anteed to give satisfaction or money that if you enter Cincinnati on the refunded Prioo 25 cents per box with red lettering and edges and Queen For sale by PhilOarpentkr Orescent route Louisville Lexington Ky wide rod bordered pages and is as Will be of value to the world by illus- Â¬ Nnshvillo It R Kentucky Central Sly Mar ll Sm neat and handsome piece of work of trating tho improvements in the Ry Ohosapeake Ohio Ry or Bal- Â¬ its kind as every facility and skill moohanical arts and eminent physi- Â¬ timore Ohio S W R R connection Miles Norvo and Livor Pills WWI is made in Union depot avoiding the cians will toll you that the progress disagreeable could possibly oxeouto transfer necessary via Ool Tarltons cataloguo embraces in medicinal acents has been of all other lines For full particulars Act on a now principle regulating EY-AT-- L AW tho liver stomach ana bowels though ATTORN D B Martin the pedigrees of four stallions and equal importance and as a strongth address Dr ing laxative that Syrup of Figs is far General Passenger agent Cincinnati the nerves A now discovory forty two mares Miles Pills spoodily cure biliousness RJBAZ B8TATB AGENT Tho stallions are Blue Eyes ohest in advance of all others bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ PBACTI0X IN THK COURTS 0 Slillolis Curo the Great Cough and tion Splendid for men women and nut by Enquirer out of Buohu bred Vranklln and th adjolnln For Sale or Rent My dwolling Croup Cure is for salo by us Pocket ohildron Smallest mildost surest aa to tha puwhui in Fleotwood stud 1875 fOn ptcial houso on Ann street size contains twonty flvb doses only 50 doses for 25 oonts Samples free at and Mle ol ml aaUta attention at trnte tijujw eellactlofi Portland black by Virgil out of tf 25o J T Buckley Children lovo it 21 J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 Â¬ FAT PEOPLE Â¬ Â¬ Put-in-Ba- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 120 Work Worry and Disease Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HyiWR Â¬ Â¬ CROMWELL ly taB l 1 HJPW VWH UTTi WPF w JWWWWF mwn PJPiiWfiWyPWr I imiiJiiuiHUWi MMfajmaCTmamMiii Cents On the Dollar 75 ft SEE THE KANGAROO Mens genuine Kangaroo Shoes all shapes worth only 3 50 500 in lace and congress our price for the next two weeks Is the way we bought these Fine Suits of Hammers Close thats why we Co and Dayton lough Saks can sell them at such low prices Tan Seal Patent Leathers 81000 and 81200 Our collection of Patent Leather and Fancy Shoes in Russia Calf Kangaroo and every style known to the shoe trade for ladies misses and gentlemen See our window display For choice the next two weeks of about iooo Mens Fine Suits None like them ever offered here before All colors Cheviots Serges Worsteds and Cassimeres Frocks and Sacks OU CAN GET On our JOB TABLE most any thing you want in the shoe line for 50 cents on the dollar CRUTCHER LOUISVILLE KY STARKS FRANKFORT- CRUTCHER Main Street A STARKS Fourth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY FRANKFORT HHI it mflffCTiSg3BBSgag3aM3fTTi3 Jaiaai3Kaua33itt vwmwmiiimmiii t awu lK P Miss Lizzie Darnell of Woodford Worlds Fair and American Rail- Â¬ county have been in our midst this ways Regular services at Buck Run last week Sunday and Sunday night at the Mr J H Bowen has been very much The Queen Oresent Route usual hours Rev Ray of George- indisposed during the past week or widely know as the road running the WANTED town preached at both services two Finest Trains in the South is in Salary or Commission Paid Weekly field to carry everybody from the Rev H 0 Calhoun occupied the Mr Sam Martin whose was severe- Â¬ the exstock South to pulpit at the Christian Church at this ly hurt by the kick of a colt one day No part the Worlds Fair at Chicago steady work reliableWrite foroutfit free no of the Southern country is perience needed to this paper terms mid testi monials Refer place last Saturday night at 730 last week has about recovered left uncared for by this great railway B NELLISCO oclock Mr Wm Plunket of Owen county and its connections The Through NURSEI1YMEN J ROCHESTER NY Revs J H Burdin and E S Alder- Â¬ visited his relutives in this vicinity Car System is an admirable exposi- Â¬ April 15 Ut attending the recently man were in Nashville tion of the wonderful capabilities of Southern Baptist Convention which From New American railroading Mr T Hind wife was in session in that city last week Chicago H accompanied and child of Orleans through sleeping cars run by their carrying SADDLE STALLION The Christian Church at this place friends Mr Peyton wife and chil- Â¬ daily morning and evening or Louis- Â¬ its passengers via Cincinnati of Rev dren are rusticating in our midst has secured the services ville as they may select 3urry as pastor for the remainder of Anyone desiring an A No 1 cow From Shreveport Vicksburg and year this NO 156 one week old will find it to Jackson another through sleeping The Orutcher Forks of Elhorn and and calf to join and become their advantage to call on C H Par- - car line comesmagnificent vestibuleda Woodlake schools have each closed rent Forks of Elkhorn part of the National Sad tie Horse Register their years work through trains which passing through Mrs Burb Blackburn attended AT Roscoe Pnhnff TTnurn hnH iindftr eon- - Southern Baptist Convention the Birmingham and the famous Wills Sired by the Great at Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat- Â¬ tract a new residence for Miss Ella Nashville last week Â¬ tanooga by the train from Jackson- lstdam byBeauty NoGOLNSHR Ready which is rapidly approaching by Magic Dr R 0 Church of Midway paid ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan 2d dam completion Ga 3d dam ta Georgia over the E T V by American Clay a few days since In consequence of the exceeding our village visit a Ry and proceeds north over the Notk Foaled In 1888 dorlc bay with black wet spring farm work of all kinds Southern Cincinnati beautiful 151j tall has been very much retarded The most stubborn skin and scalp through the grandest natural scenery points stjle handsa high Fine man- undbone with and horse of wonderful nub lots of diseases the worst forms of scrofula and most attractive historical coun- Â¬ Btnnce and endurance His breeding truces to Mr Wm Ireland killed a snake and blood taints and poisons of every try in the world to Oakdale where such great sa Idle horses as rtoscoe Blue Jems in his yard a few days since name and nature are utterly routed another magnificent Pullman car is 3 Rob Roy til Denmark F S and Copperbut of a species he had never before seen out by Dr Pierces Golden Medical recieved coming from the Richmond tom K S Will make tho season at Belle Grove TEUMi Mr J W French who is excellent For and authority on account of having re Â¬ Discoveryliver or every disease caused S 0Danville system from Charleston Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at by torpid impure blood its the through the aided in Arkansas where the knowl- only remedy so certain and effective beautiful French Columbia S 0 and 15 FOR A LIVING COLT Broad country edge of the different species of rep that it can be guaranteed If it fails Ashville N 0 and Knoxville TenA cash premium of 25 will be given for the best tiles was obtained pronounced it a to benellt or cure you have your nessee colt by him foal of J4 t ee stud card for full genuine rattlesnake money back The time to Chicago is made so as pedigree Ac Fashion Mr Martin Curry the oldest citi- - Eczema tetter salt rheum erysipe Â¬ to afford the most convenient hours rnii tn will be shown In Frankfort April zen of our place has been quite 111 las boils carbuncles enlarged glands for departures from the principal MttFi 43m south trimble tumors and swellings and every kin Â¬ cities and arrivals in Chicago for a week or two dred ailment are completely and Passengers can purchase tickets MIbs Hannah Newman has returned permanently cured by it uaTHWAirrr home from a visit to relatives in uuu luuuiiiiiiK viu uuutiiui 11 uiiujr uc- Louisville route without extra siro a variable Wanted charge Or thoy can go via Cincin Â¬ Mr B H Warren General Agent Company nati returning via Louisville or vice for the McOorraic Machine Ladies and gentlemen suffering versa has been in our midst recently shak with throat and lung difficulties to Round trip tickets on sale at re- Â¬ ing hands with his old neighbors call at our store for a bottle of Ottos duced rates Agents of Chicago line Misses Alice and Lizzie Frenoh Cure which we are distributing free will on request aasist in looking up CREAM have returned home from a visit to of charge and we can confidently rooms or accomodation for visitors recommend it as a superior remedy to the Fair Shelby county and Louisville for Coughs Golds Bronchitis ConEverything that an almost perfect M Featherston and wife vis- - sumption and all diseases of the Mr F system can devise to deserve the ited friends in Cincinnati last Satur throat and lungs It will stop a praioe and patronage of tho travel- Â¬ YEARS FOR day and Sunday oough quioker thae any known ing public has been provided Any The prospects for an abundant remedy Wo wHl guarantee it to cure of the agents of the company named Has led all Worm Remedies j you If your ohildron have croap or below will oheorfully give all possiwheat yield is very flattering EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED whooping cough it is sure to give ble information and assistance shearing has claimed the at-- instant relief Dont delay but get H Garrett Now Orleans La It Sheep SOLD EVEBYWHERE I CO BTLOCIS tentlon of the farmers aunng ine pas a trial bottle free Large size 5Qo Hardy Vioksburg MisB J R Mc- - rNpmabyBlCUABDBOHTATLOBaiD or two week Sold by Chapman Williams iregor Birmingham Ala ju 40 Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D The blaokberry crop will be a failOozatt Junction City Ky or D G ure this season in consequence of the W HINN Edwards Cincinnati Ohio briars beirig killed Plants Mr M B Lucas eslebrated hfo fifty I have a fine lot of first birthday last Tuesday May 16th tomato plauts for sale cabbage and Orders can YOVIt 1893 The occasion was one long to bo left with Ellwangor Bros White Â¬ Or you IF oil worn HACK AGUESfor noth out really good are present as be remembered by those ing It is general debility Try Shaw or James Heenoy head Will practice in all State Courts Ofone brimful of pleasure SMoirtra inotr jnrrisiia L B Marshall It will cure yon cleanse your irt and glva fice second floor Custom House a good appetite 32 tf Mrs Drue Darnell and ohildron and Forks of Elkhorn IV ALESM Kentucky Midland Ry dtiortest aria quickest Detweeu KK Â¬ CINCINNATI Â¬ AND FRANKFORT Â¬ I Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haysville mouth and Paris Car Â¬ Cyathiana fai and Common FASHION ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL BTAQARO TIME Â¬ TIME TABLE DEC 12 18U2 - AM TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Lv summit Lv Elkhorn A I J M I No 1 No 3 P U No 7 1246 1266 0 00 OIKJ Â¬ w Duvall Toliiiion Georgetown 0 6 Depot I v Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Kllzabetti Ar Purls Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lvswitzer bU 0H2 stumping Ground 11 li18 639 044 662 U6C 7 Oil 410 416 422 430 445 462 469 5 08 627 615 636 640 660 0 I 718 723 787 110 125 146 166 206 220 245 305 820 845 645 463 44g 425 527 a 80 Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 Â¬ VERMIFUGE Ar Stamping Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Klktiorn Ar Summit j Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar fUAlNd WK3T Lv Purls Ar Kllzabeth Ar Centervllle Newtown 0 8 Depot Georgetown Duvall IA MIPMI1MIPM NO 2 No 4 No8Noia 888 847 900 MM R83 C b82 642 646 664 710 717 723 750 744 760 766 806 704 Johnson B Frankfort A 1035 1042 1048 10 55 1110 1116 1122 1130 850 662 706 715 735 765 810 820 l ii A connects with L B connects with Q C ft N C connects with K C and L S Â¬ Fffectlve May 7th and during the summer the following Sunday schedule will be In ellect SUNDAY TRAINS Â¬ t Â¬ J JR Â¬ at Frankfort 010 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ tions form tho shortest and cheapest route to all points north sonth east and west For further Information apply to their agents C D BKB0AW E B WEITZEL Gen Pass Agt City Ticket Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Supt leaves Frankfort 810 a mr Georgetown U arrives at Paris 940 a mj No 0 leaves Frankfort 2 25p m Georgetown 8 20 arrives at Paris 356 p in Wkst No 6 leaves Paris 100 n m George- town 1036 arrives ut Frankfort 11 56 a m No 10 leaves Paris 4 50 p in Georgetown 515 arrives No 6 06 East - J