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B1B31 The Y01 XYI Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO FEANKFORT KY SATTJBDAY MAY 27 1893 Latest U S Govt Report A YOUNG TORNADO 38 Highest of all in Leavening Power Rp1 Powder Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE BEADY FOR AN OUTBREAK J Â¬ Trees Fences and Roofs are Damaged But no Lives or Large Amounts of Property are Destroyed Â¬ FLY TIME - High School Commencement - rV i It graduates twelve young ladies and Sunday morning Warden Norman one young gentleman whose names of the ponitentiary in this city actÂ¬ are inscribed on the beautiful invita- Â¬ ing upon suspicious circumstances tions to be sent out for the occasion that indicated a plot for an outbreak as follows of the prisoners confronted Will Carrie Muy Bohannan Pauline Watson Brown Annie Mills Coleman Hockenheimer a long termer from Margaret Jane Culter Margaret Powell county and accused him of Mame Waggener Crutcher Keenon Jane Daniel Ben Ml am instigating a revolt Cecile nughn McEwun Julia Black McClure The prisoner denied any knowledge Eliza Lnura Spalding Luclnda Theobald of such a plot but on being searched Annette Hardin Walcutt Alralra Wlnrd a murderous looking knife and a Hon W J Hendrick Attorney Gen- Â¬ letter were found on his person the eral will deliver the address and the letter which was addressed to a near programme will be varied with music relative stating that an attempt recitations and the reading of origi Â¬ would be made by him and others nal papers that Sunday afternoon at three As boys too often leave school be- Â¬ oclock to regain their liberty and fore they reach the graduating class that it was the intention of those and a number of years have elapsed sworn to the attempt to capture the since a boy attained this honor at gate and kill all the guards The this school the graduation of Mr writer then added that if he should Ben Milam Keenon is a noteworthy be killed as it was probable he would event at the closing exercies this be he desired to be buried beside year his father at their old home in Powell There were only seven graduates county in the class of 1892 and the large in Â¬ Hockenheimer refused to reveal the crease this year is both encouraging He Will Play at the Wedding names of the others in the plot but a to Prof McHenry Rhoads the eff- Â¬ search was made and about fifteen icient Superintendent and his supe Â¬ Master George Smith the boy from whom knives and other instru- Â¬ rior corps of teachers as well as ments of death were taken were gratifying to the patrons of the pub- Â¬ violinist of Louisville Ky will be known to be among Hockenheimers lic school and the citizens generally here June 1st to play for the Williams confederates The most noted of the who have reason to be proud of this Morris wedding at the Presbyterian Church He will play a composition lot were Alonzo Brookshire who institution of learning killed Jailer Tipton of Montgomery of his own entitled I love thee now county and Constable Howard of Will Jump From the St Clair forever and he will play it entirely on one string Master George has Menefee county Rody Meade a life Street Bridge county Will Harris already booked fifteen towns of this man from Knox colored an eleven year man from Meredith Stanley the noted bridge State at 50 dollars per night He leaves rope jumper will bo here on Sunday June in September to fill these engage Â¬ Lee cdunty and from whom a fifteen feet in length was taken 11th and will leap from the St Clair ments Horace Little a life prisoner from street bridge into the Kentucky Pike county Jack Johns colored a river An excursion train will be life man from Magoffin county and run from Cincinnati over the K C W R Tallent a life man from Leo and L N Railroads to this city on county who with Hockenheimer had that day and a large crowd will come been selected to kill the guards at over from that city to witness the the gate performance Col M F Flood and j Theres light ahead for the women who turn it There were four plans described to Mr Edmond Burke of Cincinnati Buffer it theyll only remedy towards the Theres a guaranteed for all effect their escape the first which were here Friday of last week mak delicate derangements chronic weaknesses disorders that make women was to be put into execution that ing arrangements for the excursion and painful Its Dr Pierces Favorite miserable PreÂ¬ afternoon was for a part of the con- Â¬ party scriptionand it makes women healthy and strong spirators to linger around the gate Its a legitimate medicine thats purely Licensed Attorney wall near by and as and along the vogetablo and perfectly harmless a power Â¬ ful general as well as uterine tonic and the ladies who attend the Sunday Mr M R Todd of this city was nervine renewing and invigorating the gate school were passing out of the entire system It regulates and promotes all to rush upon the gate keepers over- Â¬ examined on Tuesday by Judges the proper functions of womanhood im proves digestion enriches the blood dispels power them and force open the pon- Pryor and Hazelrigg of the Court of aches and pains brings refreshing sleep and derous gates and kill everyone that Appeals and granted license to restores health and strength For attempted to bar their steps to free- Â¬ practice law in all the courts of this down periodical pains weak back bearing sensations nervous prostration and Commonwealth dom all female complaints and irrogulorities Favorite Proscription is a positive remedy The other plans were to cut out of Mr Todd will spend the summer the only ono thats so sure and certain that here and attend to such praotico as the cell house at night to overpower it can be guaranteed If it doesnt benefit the guards on the wall at the South may come his way offlcing with or cure you have your money bock end of the yard and to secure possess County Attorney L F Johnson but Eeb 4 lj ion of the water hose which can turn will return to the Law School of the on a powerful stream knock the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor JOHN DRISCOLL guard houses off the wall and thus in the fall from which institution he will graduate in June 1804 scalo the walls without danger of Macs molestation but in all probability The promptness and certainty of these were merely after thoughts and its cures have made Chamberlains the consontration of all the conspira- Â¬ Cough Remedy famous It is intend Â¬ croup ed especially for couerhB tors hopes and efforts was to be and whooping cough colds is the and thrown into the diabolical plot which most offectual remedy known for Mr O B Main of A full line ot pure Anderson county whiskies the Wardens alertness nipped in the these diseases I have a wines brandies etc bud The guilty men were punished Union City Pa says sale on Chamberlains Cough and will be kept in close confinement emedy I warrant every bottle and i35BR04DWAYoiposlte Stnte House and after their release from the dun- have never heard of one falling to April 16 tf 60 cent geon will be put under strict surveil- Â¬ give entire satisfaction Dottles for sale by J W Gaylo lance at best is not a G The penitentiary 7 i safe place for ladies to enter but at Church Supper such a period of idleness among the THE- prisoners when it is almost impossible The ladies of the First Baptist to prevent attempts at outbreak it is Church will on the evening of Juno believed to bo an exeroies of great 6th give a strawberry festival in impudence for any lady to go to the their chapel Strawberries ices and penitentiary whether sight seeing cakes 25 cents or to attend the Sunday school Karls Clover Hoot tho new Blood VOH DYHPEPSIA Purifier gives freshness and oloar MAIN STRHliT Indltmtlon and Stomach disorder tako ness to tlio Complexion and cures 334 nUOWNB IIION IHTTiaitS Consumption 26c 60o and 100 AH dealer keep It 81 per bottle Genuine Iidb trade murk and crowed red llnca ou wrujjor 22 For sale by W Mohee llarulo FRANKFORT KY J i A Timely Discovery of the Plot The commencement exercises of the High School will take place at Prevents Bloodshed and EsÂ¬ the opera house on Thursday evecapes at the Penitenning June 15th There are thirteen tiary Â¬ The wind storm of Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing that visited various parts of the State blew down a large number of trees and fences and committed other smaller ravages in and around this city but fortunately as far as known passed away without accomplishing any loss of life or considerable dam- Â¬ age to property The larce elm at the corner of Second and Steele streets in Gen Lindseys yard was blown down from the roots which in upturning tore that section of the fence from its fastenings The bill posting fence across the streot from Gen Lindseys was thrown to the ground and several fine trees in Col Tom Rodmans yard in Sam D Johnsons in Mrs Florence Garretts at the Dudley Institute in Judge Joseph H Lewis in Mr Ed Lynchs in the State House yard and in the vicinity of the Feeble minded Institute were shorn of branches and limbs that must have required the force of a young tornado to twist A large from their parent trunks tree was also uprooted at Judge Dranes the roof of the warf shed waB lifted off and deposited in Mrs Mary S Hendricks yard and the smoke stack at Black Hughes coal elevator was laid prostrate two of the stone caps on the pinnacles sur rounding the Catholic Church tower and weighing perhaps 200 pounds were loosened from their setting and driven with a crash through the roof of the church Dont be bothered with the FLIES when you can have the UXIHE CLtOTH Put up so nicely and cheaply Rubber Hose and Lawn Mowers All first quality M Hardware Merchant 85000 Square Feet of Flooring PGRAY Filled to its Utmost Capacity -- WITH HOUSE FURNISHINGS Of the Highest Merit Superior Quality Latest Styles Chamber Suits Folding Beds Wood Mantels Carpets Rugs Mattings Linoleums izciuia nnan eaca Lace CurtainWall Papers I - Hal Racks Parlor Suits Book Cases caiaa ennn aaaa China Silks Dining Room Furniture Chairs Rockers a We Solicit Your Trade and in return will give you the Best Goods made at the Lowest Prices Sale Rooms S E Broadway Corner Main Â¬ BRO W ER SCOTT Lexington Kentucky FR AZEE v Â¬ THE HECU STORE 77e larsre oTJir HSfe sr Store open at Â¬ ANN STREET 232 ready to give our frieikls Good And are Goods at Good Prices and it will do us good to see our friends come in and give our goods a good Look Liquor Merchant HANNEN HURSEY Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO - H MATTERS Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO Plisnfc 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BasEmnnt nf the Capital Hotel They will shor time fill i this space with an entire new advertisement in a ijiifiiliw IUK99 HEMS 17 PERSONAL Mr Peter Sower was in Louisville Wednesday Miss Josio Hughes is visitiug rela- Â¬ tives in Lexington Miss Ada Railey of Lexington is visiting Miss Cordelia Lindsey Mrs D M McHonry has returned iiome from a visit to Owensboro Mrs Eugene Scott of Lexington visited her parents here this week Mr and Mrs Philip H Carpenter wontto French Lick Springs Monday Miss Madge McDowell of Lexing-ton visited the Misses Pepper this week Mr T F Humphries attended the Diocesan convention at Lexington this week Miss Lizzie Wallace after a visit to Miss Sue Lillis has returned home vto Versailles Mrs Sally 0 Berryman is visiting her mother Mrs Jack Church at iStedmantown Mr A F Respess was in Lexington Wednesday the guest of his cousin Mr T B Curran Miss Cora Weaver of Louisville after a visit to Miss Deb Parker re- Â¬ turned home Monday Mr Joseph Sower of Brazil Ind is the guest of his uncles Messrs Peter and James Sower Rev Howard A M Henderson and son Howard returned to their home in Hartwell Ohio on Saturday Gov Brown and daughter Miss Susan who were in Louisville Tues day returned home Wednesday Mrs A M Knott of Louisville came up Thursday for a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in this city and Bollopoint Mrs S 0 Cardwell of Louisville after a visit to the family of Hon E II Taylor jr has returned home Mrs J 0 Thomas of Bagdad is visiting her mother Mrs E 0 Rob- Â¬ inson on Third street South Side Mr J N Miles went to Toledo Ohio Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Winter Wheat Millers League Mr Robert B Averill went to Franklin Ky to accept a position N ruilroad at that with the L point Ex Secretary of State Hon Willis D Ringo of Ashland spent several days in the city this week visiting -- Saifell was in Louisville Thursday Miss Annie Hale is with friends in Louisville Mr Oscar Barrett of Cincinnati is visiting in the city Mrs 0 T Baird of Louisville is visiting Mrs Dr Sawyier Miss Mary Hill of Lexington is visiting friends in tho city Mr John P Starks of Louisville was in the city Wednesday Mr Marmaduke Morton returned Thursday from a visit to Franklin Ky Mrs L 0 Kendall is in Louisville tho guest of her cousin Mrs Jas T Williams Miss Artie Dix of Versailles is tho guest of Mrs Gordon Triplett on Mr M J TOBACCO CROP Valuablo Statistics Compiled from Returns to tho Auditor of Public Accounts All but eighteen counties have made their returns to the Auditor of Public Accounts of the crop statistics taken by tho assessors last fall and the compilation of the tobacco crop shows that tho 101 counties which have made their report raised 157 609939 pounds or an increase of 8 585851 pounds raised by the same counties in the previous year If to the aggregate of the 101 coun Â¬ ties there be added the aggregate of the previous years production of tho eighteen counties which have not yet reported the total crop raised for 1892 not considering any chance of an increase in the eighteen counties will be 191624283 pounds as against 183038432 for the year 1891 The following is the table by counties showing the crop of 1891 and that of 1892 as far as the latter has been received by the Auditor Â¬ CARRIAGES a 0 GIP OF DISPLHY 4 Main street Mr L B Ogilvie of Paducah was HANDSOME f here this week visiting her father Senator Ogilvie Miss Ada Gaines of Covington will bo in the city Monday and visit Miss Minnie Van Derveer Secretary of State Headley went to Eddyville Thursday to make the usual official inspection of tho Branch Prison at that place Miss Nellie McEwan is home from a visit to friends in Circleville Ohio She was accompanied by Miss Bertha Boyer who will pay her a visit of several weeks Mrs Henry T Stanton who is visiting her daughter Mrs George L Willis in Chicago was present Tuesday at the German reception at tho Worlds Fair Misses Belle and Hannah Smith Louise and Fannie Hall Mettie Swin ney and her brother Mr Charles Swinney of Versailles were in the city Sunday visiting friends Miss Sadie Taylor of Chicago who is to be one of the bridesmaids at the wedding of Miss Sue Morris to Mr John Williams next Thursday even- Â¬ ing is in the city the guest of Miss Morris Mr Charles G Payne took his little son Fayette Hewitt who has been quite ill for a month or more to Louisville Tuesday where he was placed under the treatment of Dr Ouchterlony Mr Louis Harris the violinist com- Â¬ posed a sweet and sparkling com- Â¬ panion piece of music to the Man in the Moon which Wolfs orchestra rendered at the hop at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening and elicited iriends an encore It is dedicated to Miss Mrs Kate Mauer and Miss Minnie May Pepper VanDerveer went to Hamilton Ohio Deaths Saturday and returned home Wed Â¬ PATTEftfe LOW FKLICBS R ROGERS Matrimonial Owens Johnson Wm Owens and Lizzie Johnson an eloping couple from the Old Crow neighborhood drove to the city Sunday and boarded a train that night for Jefifersonvillo where they were successful in having the nuptial knot tied hard and fast before the stern parents of the young lady learned their purpose Rodgkrs Wentworth County Clerk Smith issued a license Wednes day to George W Rodgers to marry Miss Jeanette Wentworth both of Â¬ TOBACCO COUNTIES cnoi-- ltfll POUNDS crop 1692 Aduir Allen Anderson Ballard 120610 273112 Barren Bath Bell 2741950 1551417 1836900 4090 43300 515215 681175 SON Births 2884825 3247750 1668500 1657008 2520865 2822 173000 Boono Bourbon Boyd Boyle Bracken 2298115 2030083 1930 88400 4742550 22752 30i3 Breathitt Breckinridge Bullitt Butler Caldwell Calloway Campbell Carlisle Carroll 1800900 53000 222271 3990260 5994 2222750 60970 384492 472625 228700 May 21st to Mr H L Burch and wife of this city a son weight 11 pounds Parker A daughter was born Wednesday to the wife of Clifton Burch In Louisville on Sunday Parker Rhody A son was born Wednes day to the wife of John Rhody Â¬ 3121900 3791521 704300 215000 Real Estate Transfers Carter Casey 2941000 297857 51027 IdfUO 2587700 86272 Christian Clark Clay Clinton 11311213 13203755 2145550 2004165 1274838 121860 Crittenden Cumberland Daviess 2277745 343300 162159 26075 Edmonson Elliott Estill 9809840 92050 25459 1840 953500 8427312 17332 Fayette Fleming Floyd Franklin Fulton Gallatin Garrard Grant Graves Grayson Green 2525850 221400 2319450 379000 1402400 180550 1032900 348970 4114500 11227800 91203 686600 84000 3066300 11161710 570155 170000 Greenup Hancook 1272631 134750 5518 Baker Mrs Cora Allen wife of Rev E A Penick and Hon Grant Robert D Baker died Sunday at her Green went to Lexington Wednes- Â¬ home on the Bardstown turnpike day morning to attend the Diocesan near Louisville She was a native of convention this city sixty years of age the Miss Lizzie Rodman is home from daughter of the late Joseph Allen tin extended sojourn in Now York who at one time was Frankforts City where she has been pursuing her leading tailor She was also a niece studies in art of tho late Mrs Henry Wingate and Kenton A cablegram was received Wednes- Â¬ among the older residents has a large Knott day announcing the safe arrival in number of friends who were pained Knox Larue Scotland of Messrs Wm McEwan to learn of her death Laurel and Wm Craik Watson The mother of Mr Geo Lawrence Mrs M J Lewis who was taken H Watson of this city died Sunday Lee dangerously ill at her home in Belle- - at her home in St Louis Mr Wat Â¬ Leslie Letcher point Monday is able to be up and go son attended tho funeral and return Lewis ed Friday and attended the funeral Lincoln about her room of Mr George T Stagg at Richmond Livingston Mr and Mrs O D Portwood of Logan Danville and Mrs Gus Macey of Whorriage Thursday at his home Lyon Versailles visited Mrs C M Berry on Clinton street Mr Wm Whor Â¬ Madison riage died at the age of fifty one Magoffin many this week Marion Misses Marj Ellen and Lizzie years He was a blacksmith by trade Marshall Walker of Louisville are visiting and has been in ill health for several Martin their cousin Miss Bridget Donahue years He leaves a wife and two Mason McCracken children to mourn his death on Holmes street McOarty Mrs Oathrene McCarty McLean Meade Miss Una Marshall entertained her widow of the late Timothy McOarty Meuefoo friends with music dancing and re formerly of this city died at the Mercor freshments at her home on the South residence of her daughter Mrs 0 J Metcalfe Side Tuesday ovoning Corcoran in Louisville on Wednes Monroe Montgomery Misses Katie and Mamie Berryman day aged 78 years Morgan of Louisville and Terese Berryman Harris Dr William Hume Ha Muhlenberg of Versailles are visiting Mrs W H ris who formerly lived in this Nelson Posey on the South Side city and practiced the electro Nicholas Ohio Mr and Mrs George Kondrick theropoutic system died at the Oldham who were in Louisville this week Norton Infirmary in Louisville Tues Â¬ Owen visiting Mr Kendricks mother re day of dropsy Ho was sixty eight Owsloy years of age unmarried and a cousin Pendleton turned home Wednesday Perry Mr Wm Cromwell accompanied of United State Senator Isham G Fiko by his sister was in Chicago Tues Â¬ Harris of Tennessee and came to Powell day en route to Joliett 111 to attend this city from Ohattanoonga in that Pulaski Robertson State about 1876 the marriage of his brother Rockcastle Diokerson Mr Solomon Dicker Rowan Miss Mamie Sower wont to Brazil Russell Ind Wednesday in the company of son died at his home in the southern Bcott Â¬ her cousin Mr Joe Sower of that city part of this county yesterday morn- Sholby who visited his relatives here this ing from the effects of lagrip Mr Simpson Dickerson has been a resident of this Spencer week county for nearly eighty years and Taylor Mr Albert H Orutcher left Mon- Â¬ for fifty years of that time ho has Todd day for a short stay in Louisville and been a consistent member of the Trigg Cincinnati after whioh he will re- Â¬ Baptist Church He leaves a wife Trimble Union turn to his homo in Los Angeles and four children to mourn his loss Warren Washington California He was ono of the oldest and most Woyno Doctors J W Gaylo Wickliffe respected citizens of the county Webster Chapman F M Halloran and W H Tho funeral services will be conduct Whitley Wolfe Averill attonded the State Pharma Â¬ ed by Rev W 0 Taylor at tho late Wodford ceutical Association at Louisville residonco of tho deceased this after Â¬ noon at 2 p m this week Totals Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nesday Hardin Harlan Harrison Hart Henderson Uanrv Hickman Hopkins Juckson Jefferson Jessamine Johnson 1724850 173614 3992300 2755790 9835650 3027500 666450 4933 2849600 2800245 9701110 2892541 779046 3851000 173J8 891650 17428 852200 9261 12587 253350 85696 29159 13888 6375 12542 1025150 32973 409900 5761900 1090293 450300 16287 297500 1883760 8835 5697800 1671100 8018600 48700 452700 680404 91800 1115200 46499 4669500 3353 790110 12802 588300 5382 6997 293297 18240 26135 Iva B Long c defendants by Special Commissioner John Harrod to Ben Marshall in accordance with Bald Knob judgment of the court a lot in South Nklson McKinney Mr George W Nelson and Miss Rosa McKinney Frankfort were married Thursday night at the All Alosg tho Line Methodist parsonage by Rev H Q Henderson ts heard praise of Dr Hales HouseGiltner Hutcheson Mr John M hold Ointment Mrs I S Jacobs Giltner and Miss Melison Hutchison of Farmington Maine writes that five years both of Flafc Oreok were granted a she Bufferedtwo runningwith varicose sores on her veins and license Thursday to marry leg and was completely cured by its m D S Fillery Salisbury Vt use New Corporations Piled This We cannot live without it writes Week it relieves my sister of asthma at once it cures a born or a hurt of any instantly Under date The following is a list of the new kind almost 1892 R of May 30 corporations who have filed their ar-Â¬ Roy N Y writes H ISimpson Le used Hales ticles of incorporation in the Secre Ointment for rheumatism three tary of States office during the past years ago and have not been troubled since It is the finest ointment in week the world for general use 25o and Co Louisville Fruit Growers 50c per box For sale by P H Car Â¬ John Button Meat Co Newport 4 penter Trustees of Asbury College Wil more Printed Dotted Swiss Augusta Canning Co Augusta 500 yards at 16J cents worth 30 Fetter Bush Publishing Co Louis- Â¬ cents Co Sam D Johnson ville New Castle Eminence Electric Railway Co New Castle Trimmed Bonnets and Hats G P Vicker Manufacturing Co We will put on sale Tuesday and Louisville Wednesday May 30th and 31st 50 Bloomfield Creamery Bloomfield trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats at Geo W Wicks Commission Co remarkably low prices Louisville - l A I a H 1 ft K Sam D Johnson Co Improvement at Jett Mi1 1220 1205800 24610 695600 6129620 1479097 508500 5595 305550 2842820 5785 4899950 1823310 153662 869555 2520 1207410 142000 1260770 22651 2956153 804800 8120450 1932525 84700 3575049 441500 a handsome new store at Jett that thriving little place on the L N Railroad Mr Owens new building is an or- Â¬ nament to the place being situated at the Junction of the two main streets and presenting a handsome s appoarence with its large and glass door The structure is 50 feet by 24 feot and is two stories high having a hall above whore the gonial proprietor says the young folks can amuse them- Â¬ selves Tho finish and painting are nice and attractive Messrs Hearn Cromwell were tho contractors and the job does credit to their skill as workmen Mr Owens will soon be in his new quarters and with the Jett post office nicely fixed up in the front of the store will always be at home to his friends snow-window- Lee A Qvven has just completed Ginghams 1200 yds Ginghams I63 cts re Â¬ duced from 25 cts 1500 yds Toile du Nord Ginghams 10 cts reduced from 12J cts 700 yds Good Apron Ginghams 5 cts reduced from 7 Sam D Johnson Co if V I ots Fancy Wool Dress Goods We have marked down all of our Call and Fancy Wool Dress Goods see them before the stock is broken 38 V il I tf Sam D Johnson Co Parasols Umbrellas and Fans We have a large and attractive stock at very low prices Co Sam D Johnson 38 tf 3298542 110000 Cow Lost Strawberry Feto The young ladies of the First Pres Â¬ byterian Church will give a straw- Â¬ berry fete at St Elmo tho home of Judge W H Sneed on Friday night of next week The berries oakes ice cream and lemonade will all be of homo production 5856900 17959 4554700 11739 21291 5405 42476 1289000 11200 16007 21137 cow horns slightly A light 4514900 crumpled roan right oar cropped and with 10126 be paid for such 6601 A liberal reward will information as will result in her re- Â¬ 17645 covery or her return to George 8975 Smith No 6 Wilkinson street or 19582 Firo Engine split and the left ear swallow forked 1468475 James Smith House 220 at the 37 lt 4381800 8687850 1878750 491260 838820 19090 19178 Strayed or Stolen Â¬ 5166225 8885850 1564120 1508225 1305797 348900 20220 5078018 18205 12482 1994200 3198400 An aged hay horse heavy mane 3577460 and tail think ho has a star In fore Â¬ 2470983 head a little spiteful A liberal re 505050 ward will bo paid for his return or information that will enablo mo to 4796825 find him 5437817 M L Grutoher 1582885 3G 2t Frankfort Ky 2102430 The Mayflower Double Shovel is 580600 the best in the world Try one of 14287 them At Mastin Bros 7069270 37 tf 12774 1655 Memu ttmm r A CASE IT WILL NOT CUflt Anntrrooablo Laxativo and NERVE TONIC Bold by Druggists or Bent by mall 25o60a and gl00por package Samples froo IQIO The Favorlto TOOTH TOWDtl WW BO row 1860850 Frankfort For Rent tf 188033433 157606939 diately 34 My house in South for tho Teeth and Ilreathc J9LU Possession given imme Â¬ W Guy Barrett For sale by W McKee Hardie Hl Jan28 ly HALLS OLD STAND r fjitffciiiiirfiiii iiiittiiiittlfart HI iiWlhiiiiijrfwfotMiliiiitfitlirtit idiltkii1i lw4 lftlilltiTiil iftllifflitfifriiWIfiM IV k 11 Sterling Jjlverware Electro Plated IN J Ware Soup Ladles Berry Spoons Preserve Spoons Cream Ladles 4 Marble Onyx Bronze BBBBBBBBraflMBBli6LKNWiv8BB bbbbbbbbbw Gravy Ladles Olive Spoons Forks Cold Meat Forks Horse Raddish Spoons Bon Boh Spoons Tea Sets Water Sets Baking Dishes f Berry Bowls SaladJ Bowls Iron and Wood Oases Cake w Butter Knives Sugar Spoons T hi Pickle Forks Strawberry Forks Souvenir Spoons etc iO Klto 2000 SILVER WATCHEs UMI to OLD TILLED UATt I E4 Wm ranted 16 20 eurs -- AT 3500 M SOLID GOLD WATCUES trom S230JtO81250a The lowest Prices 9l l3L3BaES3EJC9 Top Drawer given Harts son and on Chief of Police Mernaugh refusing to allow Hart to enter the butchers premises pistols were drawn and fired with the result of two balls in Harts abdomen which it was supposed would prove fatal to the wounded man oreresloxI gFruit Stands Ice Tubs Pickle Dishes Butter Dishes At lowest prices - THE END OP LIFE t p k L Mfc mwv liiijl i BASE BALL requirements and Wm J Wilson white George Safioll and George Halleck colored wrote their answers First Game Tuesday Frankfort v Mutuals to the questions propounded to the grade of letter carriers and James B This city will have Kelley white for the position of base ball team which another crack will open the clerk These answers were sealed season next Tuesday by playing and returned to Washington City Mutuals from Louisville Doctors the W from which place in due time the re- Â¬ m uaxter ana w i uauo will man Â¬ sult will be declared age the team Lake Park has been Workhouse Keeper There was a leased for the season and the lovers called session of the city council Fri- of the game will have many opportu- Â¬ day night of last week at which the nities of enjoying the sport The Mc resignation of W P Willis as keep- Â¬ Farland Brothers who played here er of the workhouse was accepted last season in the game against the and Ben Morrison the former keep- Â¬ Lexingtons will do the battery work er was elected to fill the vacancy for the Frankforts and when Wicks Twin Turkeys Mr Allen Crom Lindsey and Frank Barrett return whom were from this city The deceased was born near Rich Â¬ well who lives near Jetta tells the from College next month it will take mond about fifty eight years ago and stor3T of a singular occurrence that a very fast club to get away with our July 80 ly after serving in the Federal Army happened on his place this week boys and attaining thw rank of Captain he Be said that he had put ordinary Arrangements have been made isettled at the close of the war in St size eggs under his turkey hen and with Messrs Shaw Sheets to have Decoration Day Louis and became prosperous in the found among the number one which their boat make two trips each way We desire to say to our citizens commission business in the firm GregÂ¬ contained two perfectly developed from the city wharf to Lake Park on All the old soldiers and sons of that for years we have been selling ory Stagg Co In 1884 he came to turkeys that had died just before the Tuesday evening to convey all those soldiers are requested to meet at the Or Kings New Discovery fo this city and was President of egg had pipped Twin turkeya Are a who wish to witness the game to the Custom House at 3 oclock Tuesday Consumption Dr Kings New the E H Taylor jr Distillery Com Â¬ rarity and more remarkable from grounds and the contest promises to afternoon for the purpose of partici- Â¬ Life Pills tiucklens Arnica Saive pany upon the dissolution of which the fact that they do not hatch from be an interesting one as tho Mutuals pating in the ceremonies of Decora-Â¬ ind Electric Bitters and have are one of the strongest in January 1887 and retirement of a double egg tion Day The procession will move never handled remedies that sell Â¬ teams inLouisville being comConfederate Decoration The Col E H Taylor jr he organized promptly at that hour for the ceme- Â¬ deorge T Stagg Co of which graves of the Confederate dead in posed of the following players Shel tery and will be under the com as well or that have sjiven such the We do not the cemetery of this city will be ly pitcher Zahner catcher Neal mand of General D W Lindsey An universal satisfaction ho became the President hesitate to guarantee them every 4 oclock 1st base Ruder 2d base Fuller 3d Mr Stagg was twice married and decorated this afternoon at address will be delivered by Senator by his first wife leaves a married There will be a large crowd present base Collins short stop Corrigan Jones at the cemetery Everyone in- Â¬ rime and we stand ready to re- Â¬ daughter who resides in Austin to participate in the ceremony which left field Vetter center field Fou terested is invited to attend and all fund the purchase price if satis- Â¬ factory results do not follow their Texas and three sons Stanley Tom will consist of a prayer and the sim tana right field These remedies have won The Frankforts will oppose them those having flowers to donate are use and Frank He had no children by ple and touching act of strewing the with tho following named nine requested to send them to the Cus- Â¬ their great popularity purely on flowers on the graves by the hands of his surviving wife their merits For sale by J will catch Mc tom House Monday morning His eon Tom is now in Alaska and the daughters of Confederate soldiers McFarland Farland A pitoh Lindsey H 1st QUEEN P H Carpenter Druggist CRESCENT ROUTE i will not learn of his fathers death Wheelmens Test The cyclers of for several weeks Oapt etagg was this city are taking advantage of base Lindsey N 2d base Hunt G Worth Knowing a fine business map and well and their periods of leisure to spin over 3d base Wintersmith S short stop Reduced Rates to K of P Celebra tion Williamstown Ky favorably known in the commercial the splendid turnpikes of this part of HaleL center field VanDerveer R Many thousand people have found a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re- Â¬ world To those intimately acquaint- Â¬ the State Lasb Sunday Messrs W A left field and McOlure W right field On the occasion of Knights of ed with him he was a genial and com- Â¬ Lewis Ben Marshall Duane Sinclair Dont forget to go down to the Pythias Celebration the be held at el oror have never used 11 you to panionable gentleman easy of access and H L Burch rode to Lexington park Tuesday and encourage the boys Williamstown Ky May 30th the specific for the prevailing this great malady of Queen and an entertaining conversationalist by the way of Versailles thence to by your presence Crescent and Louisville the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Southern R R will sell ticketB from nhenmatism Coativeness Nervous but as he was usually absorbed in his Winchester Paris and Georgetown one Exhaustion not where all except Mr Lewis boarded Beware of Ointments for Catarrh all stations in Kentucky atMay fare Sleeplessness Nervous Prostration business cares those who did 30th for the round trip selling and all diseases arisineThat Contains Mercury know him well regarded him as the train for home The following is and making tickets good to return from derangement of tho stomach liver and kidneys wo would be haughty and unapproachable the record of the distance and time As mercury will surely destroy until May 31st The chief attractions will be a street pleased to give you a package of this To his widow who was a devoted Lewis 112 miles 164 hours the sense of smell and com- jjuiiiuu puzw urui umuetuB winner i simn ueivo i umu jree oi cnarge wife to him and his ohildren he left Marshall SO pletely derange tho whole system 8 45 Chapman Williams when entering it through the mucous etc a handsome estate 9 For further information call on Sinclair 63 wirfaces Suoh articles should never agents or address 11 Burch 80 bo used except on prescriptions from D G Edwards G P Are You Going to the Ex Col- Â¬ reputable physioianB as the damage To California Mr W Leslie Cincinnati O SALE they will do is ten fold to the good you are contemplating a trip to lins made a sale this week through you can possibly derive from them If Cheap Rates on the Midland A SPLENDID STOCK Wl TORAfff VAHM Chicago during the great Columbian Robert Stroder of four thoroughbred Halls Catarrh Guremannfacfcuredlhv COlitilllilll C about 270 news nnil slnintPit F J Cheney Co Toledo O con- Â¬ Exposition and want a real first class mares to Gov Stanford of California May 20th to June 23d the Kentucky about two and one half miles lrom Frankfort tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ Ky on a good turnpike roail place to stop where everything is who intends to broed the mares to ternally and acts directly upon By the Midland will sell tickets to Cincin- Circuitvlrture Inofurnthe JudgmentS of the Franklin nati and Covington at 365 for the Court Kentucky the great stallion Clay done up in regular old Milt of S blood and mucous surfaces of tho Cnlmes ndmr 11 i Irected to sell -- Wednesday system In buying Halls Catarrh round trip limited to five days from aualint D farmCalraes Ac I am and best bidder S F4 Richardson style write to Mrs Fell From the Roof to the Ugliest the above date of sale Cure be at the court house door In Frankfort Ky on u 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to afternoon John Wright while at is takensure you get the genuine It 12 and 18 months equal Install internally and made in The Kentucky Midland will sell credit of 0 purciiaser to executeInbond with apments tha save you quarters in her house Mrs work on tho roof of the Mason Toledo Ohjo by F J Cheney Co tickets at one fare for tho round trip proved seumty bearing Interest at 8 per eent Richardson is a former Frankfort Foard Co warehouse fell to the BwTSold by Druggist price 7ft por to Williamstown Ky May 30th ac per annum and a lien retained on the land until all the purchase money paid Sale will be 4 lady widow of the late Owen TRich- Â¬ ground and was painfully bub not bottle count Knights of Pythias celebration at 12 oclock in June 5 la1KH This Is n rare chance to get u good farm at public auction ardson and one of the nicest of seriously injured VV II POSEY A Horrible Eailrood Aeeidont Dk Halos Household Ointment house keepers Her terms are reason- Â¬ Ma- - 13 St Master Commissioner F C C Explosion of a Lamp Wednes Is daily chronic in our papers also able and she should be liberally day evening about six oclock one of tho death of some dear friend world who s the finest rotapy in patronized by people from her old the large lamps in the drug storo of lias died with Consumption whereas It absolutely cures catarrh the cures irtSTiNqrurrnT It BUSTEtQCiUTT if 32 tf home Cares Chapman Williams exploded but for ho or she had tken Ottos Cure Neuralgia and Rtammafcism Throat and Luag disease time prompt action by several gentlemen life would have been readerodinhappi Â¬ Piles like mayic Cures Salt Rheum How to Cure aJCold In tho most otfeiBg manner Cures present extinguished the blazing oij er and perhaps saved Heed tho Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids i warning If you have a cough or Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Simply take Ottos Cure Wo know before it had time to do much dam any afioction of the Throat or Lungs taken internally A positivo Bnecifio of its astonishing cares and that it age call at Chapman Williams an4 got for Pneumonia Outs Bruises BurnB will atop a cough quioker than any A Fatal Wound Bush Hart of a trial bottle free Large size 60o Chilblains Soros of long standing ikaown remedy CREAM Corns and Bunions are cured quickly If you have Asthma Bronohitis Paris who was a gaugor under Presi- Â¬ 15 i different from all else superior to all Consumption or any disoaso of the dent Clevelands former administra Choap Flowors else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes throat and lungsra few doses of this Large size cheapost Sold at Oarpkn great guaranteed remedy will sur- - tion and was frequently assigned to 8 tpriso you duty at the distilleries in this city YEARS wishing oheap roses can buy teiib drug store Parties FOR If you wish to try it call at our store where he is well known attempted them at E Powers green house 20 Has led all Worm Remedies LADIES on Main street and we will be pleased for 100 He is soiling rosebuds of Needing a tonic or children who want build EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED to furnish you a bottle free of coBt Tuesday to ohastise a butcher named all kinds except American Beauties lng up should tako MeOaudless in that city in return for at 75 cents per dozon nd that will prove our assertion DROWNS IKON HITTERS SOLD EVERYWHERE It la pleasant i curca Malaria IndlRcetlP 40 CHAPMAN ftrnnitj RICHAJUHWIMrATWR BIB CO STWUM WILLIAMS a whipping which MeOaudless had BlUouaneu Liver Complaint and Ncuru Â¬ Capt George T Stagg formerly a xesidont of this city Mr Stagg was the President of the George T Stagg Company which owns the O F O and Carlisle distilleries and retired from the company in the fall of 1891 to travel for his health He had been suffering with lung trouble and went to California for awhile and thence to Florida and while en route to Kentucky he stopped at Baltimore where his death His wife and eldest son occurred Stanley were at his bedside and ac- Â¬ companied the remains to Richmond Ky wheie the interment took place yesterday in the presence of a large assemblage of friends a number of George T Stagg the Well Known LOCAL Distiller of this City Died at In the United Civil Service Baltimore States court room on Saturday Miss Emma Morris and Mr Harry Rogers The wires on Wednesday conveyed sat as examiners for local post office the sad intelligence of the death of appointments under tho civil service IwlEflmKSllfliBffl 1 1 ill m non-professio- Â¬ Vi a 3 - Â¬ FAME FOR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 VERMIFUGE I I i m 4 Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We rordially invite our friends and others in this ard adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we 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 s7all Paper aiarrLess Saddlex3r Paints Oils CrerLerstl XuigOrt and rEaZeav ZE3Zstxa sxrare 7agoris Surr5 es Iron E2oofLrLg O lass Bx aslxes Vamisli Sasli HDoors IBlirids Sewer Cement Plaster Ijeatlier Pipe PTuve Pipe T77ire Sods Salt Iron ime Tools Q aiden Lace Hjatner Kims Spokes Harness IBope Pisixingr Tackle 0 utler3r and Binder Wlieels Hose and Xjel wtl IwdZo rers 3cc Twine I 3--uarante- ed - JLgents for Walter Cor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter Es JL Wood Moarers and Binders M A COLLINS oppoMte the Farmers Bank Jp TAX EXEMPTIONS An Estimate by Auditor Norman For 1893 in the Entire y 11 G EO A LEWIS Editor and Pub State All the tax returns for 1893 have FRANKFORT MAY 27 1893 UPPER KENTUCKY TRADE A New Boat Owned by Frankfort to Ply Between this City and Shaker Ferry At last a boat has been secured for the upper Kentucky river trade which will be run directly in the in terest of Frankfort Sheets are the Messrs Shaw owners of the boat a sternwheeler named W L Norton which formerly belonged to the Mason Foard Com- Â¬ pany for their use at the Eddyville Â¬ a Mr George Shaw the well known merchant of this city will have com- Â¬ mand and give personal attention to everything relating to the business that will insure the success of the en- Â¬ terprise He proposes to make three trips a week to Shaker Ferry and also have a large pleasure barge pro Â¬ vided with all necessary equipments for excursion parties The boat is now undergoing an overhauling and if finished in time for the opening of the base ball season next Tuesday will make regular trips that afternoon between the wharf and the grounds at Lake Park It is designed by the owners how- Â¬ ever to enter the Shaker Ferry trade sorts and conditions of travelers at the earliest possible date not later and all and new settlers appreciate and entrant testify to than June 10th and in order that erties of tne preventive and remedial Inprop sea Hostetters Stomach Bitters closer business relations may be es- Â¬ Mckness nausea malaria and rheumatic stomach and all tablished between the merchants of trouble and bowels disorders ofthethe prejudicial Against liver or climate lnlluences this city and the people along this accutomedof diet and crudely cooked It Istma lmpue water regarded safeijuard and important territory should be favored sovereigntraveling public has been so third of a for over a by the from by a liberal patronage No form of malarial fever century the calentura of the 1acltlc and the broken Mississippi to Its mlldr bone fever of the Â¬ prison I know a man of wealth and full of honors who walks with a proud and important air as if nothing in this world were better or more desirable than what he already enjoyed And yet within the privacy of that mans home there are griefs that bow him to the ground and which if known to the public would raise the pity of everyone where now his seeming success in life has raise the envy It has often occurred to my mind in measuring the results of life that perhaps where one man was the loser in one thing it was made up to him in other particularaand often may- Â¬ Birds of Passage be in burdens that turn out after Between this and the other side of the broad awhile to be the very source of joy commerIn the shape or tourist Atliinttc agents on the which the apparently more fortunate mariners cial travelers and ships surgeons man would most covet steamboat captains road Â¬ Â¬ not yet been made to the Auditors Office but assuming that about twen- Â¬ ty counties selected from all parts the State would make a fair average test for the entire State the Auditor has computed the total taxable ex- Â¬ emptions on peroonal property this year at 3000000 Though the old State Revenue Law contained provisions for such exemp- Â¬ tions on certain designated kinds of personal property the new law en- Â¬ larged the scope of the exemptions by allowing for each family deduc- Â¬ tions of 250 in value on all personal property and also differed from the old act in providing a column in the taxbook in which to make returns of It would not be such exemptions correct therefore to say that the total exemptions returned for 1893 is a sum which under the old law would have been taxed but it is safe to es- Â¬ timate that the adding to the words household goods in the original draft of the clause in the Constitu other personal tions the words property has had the effect of in- Â¬ creasing the exemptions as much as seventy five per cent worth the highest effort to achieve but whether attained to that degree of excellence or not there is nothing lost to the pupil in the training if he acquires no more in the practice than the command of his faculties before We all know that an audience presence of mind on all occasions and under all circumstances is a most desirable thing and pursuit of the art of forgetting self in the idea or purpose before you which oratory demands cannot help but promote the power to marshal the intellectual faculties into prompt and most effi Â¬ cient service A gentleman remarking upon the hard lots that befall some men said If every mans Internal care Were printed on his brow llow many would our pity share That share our envy now W McKEE HARDIE DRTK GIST KY HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT - MEDICINES Jih SM And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE Jan 21 - - C ly L GrAYLE Jt it n iV U BID POTJTEI IDE AZjEE I3ST Til STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET Alaska Charcoal 6 Filled Refrigerators- 99 c rn jr ir w The Quick Meal sales In s or je 1891 If iM amounted to 3G42 RESENTED HIS REMARKS Father-In-Law A About to Carve up Attorney Hugh Rodman in the Court of Appeals A types can rfslst the curative action of this benignant preserver ami restorer of health a veritable boon to persons In feeble health or liable to Incur disease Corner Chat I in the case of F T Hayden vs C 13 Hayden etc which was appealed in the Circuit Court of this county The suit arose over a dispute be- Â¬ tween father and son as to the pos- Â¬ session of a tract of 100 acres of land in the county andfter Gen D W Lind sey had spoken Tor the appellees Mr Hugh Rodman in the course of his argument for the appellant said that the only person assisting 0 B Hay- Â¬ den in the suit was his ex convict Sim McGoris alias Sim Mun day The whole family were present and heard the remark and 0 B Hay Â¬ den arose to his feet and exclaimed I cant stand that and appeared to be in the act of going towards Mr Rodman when Chief Justice Bennett W S B ordered Sergeant-at-Arm- s Hill to put the offending citizen out It is said by of the court room those who were in the best position to see that Hayden had actually drawn a knife and would probably have carved up the court as well as the attorneys if he had not been summarily ejected in time son-in-law little breeze was raised in the gentleman this week to ask an presence of the highest court in the official who has been in public life State Tuesday during the argument for many years to make an address had an occasion recently said a lines of an impromptu or prepared speech and yet if in the midst of a conversation with two or three per- Â¬ sons the number should be increased quietly and without their being aware of it to a fairly good audience they could graphically and entertainingly talk without interruption for hours The fault of course is in the training which I think should begin in the schools at the grade of youngest Oratory is a noble art and pupils before an audience and to my sur prise he told me that lie could not uo it to save his life I know a number of intelligent men of fine conversa- Â¬ tional powers who cannot say ten Said a bright unmarried visiting lady from whose cheeks the frosts of a number of winters have despoiled the bloom of youth but in whose kind heart and laughing eyes the sun of an equal number of summers has poured its glowing rays I heard that the matrimonial fever was fairly raging here and I came on a visit hoping I could catch it or rather that it would catch me Why I was told that even this week there were three double weddings Just think of it and of the number that are announced to take place within the next month and you can see for yourself that Frankfort will be left without a sufllcient proportion of young ladies to give zest to society Now as it will never do to suffer an interregnum the old maids are bound to come to the rescue and help to manage the eligible young men until the younger sot of irls an fair ly on the carpet You may guess my age but I know I am not as old as some of the unmarried women hero and I am going to write names place wedding cake under my pillow open the bible for verses and resort to every charm this summer to capture a man before the sweet girl graduates stampede our set Â¬ BiwBHiMBEPilBtg The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on tlie market run up to 104955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers absolute st fety against uccldei ts Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having burners that cannot be opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is the only store having a taiiK that canot be taken off for filling un- Â¬ less all the burners nre closed Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having an Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the inly stcve having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is In use Becnuse the Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of anti rust material Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having the needle points of the burners made of iier iiiiin silver which makes them absolutely Inde Â¬ structible Because the Quirk Meal Is the only stove having a rim on the cast iron bun er tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting them gainst the dripping from the cooking essels If tflft H 2i1 MV i i m i m April 22 tt 4 c A I inttifiXJL Lawn Mowers Mar 18 for yuarry mon aud Well diggers ruiiioviug tituuips aud Uockb Safe ouxily linndled unci cheap For ftdl Information and price address for GRIFFITH SEM P L E LOUI8VILLE KY mtH ly Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I DRPRICES ftpPiBaking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Lead The Market - 2 XxigIcl OIEaiIMIIlPIOIISr Sliilohs Yltnllzcr is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar anteed to give you satisfaction Price 76o Sold by w MoKoo Hardio 22 IKPowder kuiiA- e I 400 450 Boo No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes April 15 ljr 40 Yeats the Standard Or n53euaajQe3n 323 BEOADWT Street W 5 1V1 Deering Binders with their handy jointed platform No binder trucks needed The perfect machine made by the largest Farm Implement Factory in the world Let us furnish you a i Tna x aim - r s zr flWwK k - BI1BIJV ivJ f wS V V - - 1E1 issnm mm and binder twine or any style vehicle you may need Some special bargains in h a i We need only to mention these goods now known and used more than all others and all over the world We also sell the Â¬ sa SsssWliLH3ii AUUwHflKyr r t n l Wka sv w - ggy HARNESS SADDIES AND Fine Lap Robes rftu3Hlr V lffisfll i wBk- - flfvi n ti3PHflESbS3flSvii UM mrmici M wfHMfnlHKfEgZHp Lap Robes and Dusters from 50 cents each on up MWx7i -- w - 111 nnAl h I MBVfi II X JF IIAAUM 1111X1 m tv ri I1 rjm - vt rp- - vw a TiEIti AH WES HDLLEBS made Improved Hay Rakes Single and Double Shovel Plows and extras for same f One second hand Threshing out fit for sale at a big bargain THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS STERLING - SILVER - NOVELTIES it rrr Sr r -- W Ii OOEpersrriitli7s HAT PINS HAIR PINS STICK PINS BOOK MARKS HAT MARKS PIN TRAYS SOUVENIR SPOONS The best of attenti m given to repair department and satisfaction guaranteed and not to be excelled in workmanship Â¬ j t f V FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT intervening years would never have Tho Jennie Cassiday Free In firmary for Women recorded the aching void in the lives PRANKFOBT MAY 27 1893 D of his unworthy parents W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PREPARED DTTHK L N TIME TABLE iu The City Council There was a called meeting of the city council Monday night at which the City Clerk was directed to turn the tax books over to the City Treas- Â¬ urer A H McOlure who was author- Â¬ ised to offer a rebate of four per cent on all tax bills paid at once Property owners on Wilkinson street were ordered to have- pave- Â¬ ments constructed where there are none laid at present and also the property owners on Second street on the South Side wore notified likewise The Water Company was directed to add 400 feet of Mains on Wilkinson street to the 1200 feet already laid and the council then adjourned - The following time table is now effect upon the L fc N road TBAIN8 WEST No231eaveBFrftnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No I9leavea Frankfort TBAINBEABT 935 a m 305 p m 735 pm I 560 am 2to 30 mixed train fort No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 loaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leavoB Frankfort leaves Frank600 a in 1016 a in 448 p m 685 p m Â¬ 855 pm The Infirmary was dedicated on OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the the 12th of April 1892 and has been a success beyond the expectations of those interested in it There is still IN LEXINGTON KY a small debt on the property and an addition to the building is absolutely necessary to accommodate the many Saturday May 20 1893 who apply for admission The 9th of Saturday June 10 1893 June is Miss Jennie Cassidays birth- Â¬ HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca day and the board of managers of operation and sltu little or no puln RtJEERENCES the Infirmary ask for contributions Ky W Mctfee however small to be sent on that J A scott Hurdle Frankfort Frankfort Ky M Gober Frankfort Ky Dr day to the Infirmary 1912 Sixth J T E Staten Frankfort Ky V Bcrberlclt Fmnkfort ij street Louisville Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky Frankfort Ky Saddles from 3 to 25 Harness AV II McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes from 5 to 60 Mastin Bros David Moore Benson Ky Kentucky Veterinary MT PSOBITIS HOTEL Mm EOICINE i Co STERLING KY kentuckySN VETERIJJary 2 JrM r x L 1 nv CO MS TRADE MARK ti n f No 20 will stop at Anchorage and for Ohri8tianaburg for passengers Iiexingtou and points beyond iNos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot Confederate Ro union at Birming Â¬ at Anohorage for Bloomfiold Branch ham H B Loqsdon Agent On July 16th to 19th tho Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Birming- Â¬ A MULATTO WAIF ham Alabama and return at one up0fEjs for Splints Curbs Spavins c Ii1031 Remedy Remedy fcr Pneumonia In luenzd Dlfcteinper etc Heel and Gall Oint Â¬ ment Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions Fhjhlc Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Ky JasM Wlthrowtrankfoit orni Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine sedative Wound Dressing DR KELLEYS oftloeanil residence Is at 259 CpugU Mixture Fluid Mineral West Eixhtli street Cincinnati and where he may Tonic and ConditionAlterative Powders be found eerj day of each week except SATUR DAYSi Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment enr fiee to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O DRUGGIST 2C6 St CLAIR STREET IIALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLD STAND W McKee Hardie Gm glllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Abandoned by its Found With a Capital Hotel Silvor Spoon fare for the round trip account of the Parents and Confederate Ro union C D Bercaw G I I SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL MAGHINE Febl8 Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky P A HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIiHIIIIllllllllllllIIIIIIIsi V iv spoon is as Rood in the hand as in the mouth then the mulatto boy Foard baby found at the old Mason building on Clinton street Sunday night at nine oclock had he lived need not have grieved over his help Â¬ less and abandoned state When picked up by Mr Harow foreman of the L N raflroad rock work who was attracted by thq piti- Â¬ ful orios to the spot where the heart Â¬ less mother or fathor had placed the infant it had on a white skirt muoh too long for it from tho folds of which dropped a silver spoon with ihe words Capital Hotel engraved on tho handlo The waif was a line healthy boy weighing eight pounds and from its appoarenco was believed to bo no more than a day or two old It was oonfldodto Maria Handy col- Â¬ ored and died on Tuesday Who its parents nre has been conjeoturod but not yet confirmed and in all likolihood if it had not died and could have grown tomans estato and realized tho prosperity that tho ailver spoon symbolized for him the -- If the sayinp born with a silver Strong Witnesses Among tho thousands of testimoni- Â¬ als of euros by Dr Miles Now Heart Cure is that of Nathan Allison a well known citizon of Glen Rock Pa who for years had shortness of broath sleeplessness pain in left sido MONON ROUTE 5 YEARS Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottleB by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hanawill pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OTE EWJOY The Direct and Popular Line to shoulders smothering spells etc ono bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Ciiro and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquot Pills cured him Saloin N J is another witness who twenty yoars suffered with Heart Dirinaso was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately afior using the New Curo ho folt bet Â¬ tor and could lie down and sleep all nil lit and 1b how a well man The Kmw CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Vestibuled Trains cllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliliiiiiiig J W Gavlo Cure Is sold also a free book by 2 Put Money in Thy Purse How Save doctors bills Alwayi keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies Dr Halos Household Cough Care to alley tho first irrita- Â¬ tion caused by a eofd Dont think you can fix up something just as good whon for 26o or 60c you oan navo tho result of years of praotico and oxporienoo expended in making this preparation absolutely the beBt For 4 sale by P H Oarphntbr Has a argo XXIch Arm Palace Chair Cars UaaaSel lettlnK Ncedlo E Has a Solf threadlnc Shuttle IlaarioEqual in Construction Buffet Sleepers 5 lias a Moohauloal Apneuranoe g Has an Klcgnnt Finish E lias a Perfect Adjustment a Positive s Ifas Stvllsh Take up And Only First Classs Accommodations Furniture lias For Further Information Address 5 Has More Good Sowing Qualities and 3 a does a larger Ranee of General Work rj Dining Car Services Pullman Examine THE ROYAL for points excellence and you will 5 buy no other s sf I S L Bryant C P A W G Crush D A LOUISVILLE KY OR I ROYAL Jan AHJui SM CO Rockford IIL SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILle KY 0AL NEW YORK NY llllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllieillllllllllllllliiMllllllJ Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 A JMLt iiJ 1 A VL rWIMTOMliiriM iiriTfrittwiriiliisWL i nt iniM ail tffa t Winn f isirkstsiisfit istenfrlaH imriini Juttix t r 6 J The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT It has been sold in this city for the last four years My customers advertise and sell it for me because they are pieased with it They can take out the flues and clean thtem It is charcoal lined It takes very little N ice to keep it cold It is handsome enough to put in yoiir dinning room Call and examine it I I iff mum JOSBf mii i aE3FlIOE3S EKEtOSkL aOO to 7SOO -mz sr iw c B n i in mi i Religious V The St Clair Street Bridge The Secretary of War returned with his approval the plans and specifications for the new St Clair street bridge and the committee at once advertised for proposals The bids will be received until Thursday Methodist OiiURfH To morrow will be the Third Quarterly Meeting for this conference year Rev Jos Rand of Lexington will preach in the morning at 11 oclock aud at 730 p m June 8th at 12 ni Sunday school at 930 a m The plans provide for a single Epworth League meets in The evening ab 700 in the class room span iron structure of 400 feet which the will have 24 feet roadway and two Church Rev George six foot walkways and stand at an Christian Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ elevation of 48J feet above the pool morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve Â¬ level Bids are also requested for a bridge of three spans the channel ning at 730 Cutting off the span of which will be at least 150 Night Subject feet long with two piers and abut- Â¬ Right Hand The Young Peoples Society of ments sufficiently strong to carry the Christian Endeavor will hold its same Besides these two plans the weekly prayer meeting in the committee will allow any bridge company to submit their own plans Lecture Room at 650 providing they conform to the gen- Â¬ eral requirements set forth Seperate 5 First Presbyterian Church Rev bids may be made on the super- Â¬ Wm D Powers of Henderson will occupy his pulpit to morrow mornii g structure and stonework and each bid must be by a certi Â¬ at ll oclock and ftt 73Q P m- - as fied check foraccompanied 500 asa guarantee that usual the work will be executed The Weekly prayer meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Worlds Columbian Exposition Endeavor will be held in the lecture room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ Will bo of value to the world by illus- Â¬ morrow evening trating the improvements in the mechanical arts and eminent physi Â¬ Presbyterian Church cians will tell you that the progress Southern There will be no regularservices to- Â¬ in medicinal agents has been of morrow as Rev W Q Neville is attend- Â¬ equal importance and as a strength ing the meeting of the General As ing laxative that Syrup of Figs is far sembly but a missionary meeting for in advance of all others the children will be held at 11 oclock For Sale or Rent My dwelling Young Peoples Society of Chris 7 oclock in house on Ann street tian Endeavor meets at J T Buckley tf the Pastors Study The Colored People Episcopal Church Rev E A the rector will occupy Mr Alex Thomas is very sick this Penick his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 week oclock and in the evening at Mr Bowman Adams and wife re 730 of Friendship have been requested to give one of their attractive exhibition drills So after the decoration of the soldiers graves do not fail to be out and help the young Odd Fellows and they will return the compliment Mr John Coleman has accepted a place behind the bar at the Star The city school will close with a picnic about the 16th of June Every colored man that can spare his horse and vehicle on the 30th decoration day should have it in the line of march Help swell the num- Â¬ ber and after the decoration attend the banquet at Halys hall at night Dont fail to come and bring your friends and have a good time The getting it down is bad enough with the ordinary pill But having it down is worse And after all theÂ¬ disturbance theres only a little tem- Camp Knights WELL BRED SOON WED k jl wftgwawgiriiiimiiwiiiuyiWiMB GIRLS WHO USE S A POLIO Are Quickly Married July2 ly L XText House Cleaning Try It laa Yow GAINES MARSHALL W A yi L B MARSHALL CO porary good Real Estate and Insurance Agts M From beginning to end Dr Pierces Theyre the Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Pellets are better smallest and easiest to take tiny Real estate bought sold or leased sugar coated granules that any child share of the insurance patronage Then they do their A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times is ready for work so easily and so naturally that They absolutely and perit lasts manently cure constipation indiges- Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET tion bilious attacks sick and bilious headaches and all derangements of the liver stomach and bowels Theyre guaranteed to give satisfac- Â¬ tion or your money is returned FOR A FARM Â¬ RENT FINE The makers of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy say If we cant cure your Catarrh no matter what your case is Now well pay you 500 in cash you can see what is said of other remedies and decide which is most Costs only 50 likely to cure you cents OF SIX A BRICK RESIDENCE L given May 1st Broadway Possession B MARSHALL ROOMS ON Agents Other Great Papers FOR SALE SEVEN ROOMS ON In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklln county Tho Improvements consist of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms n largestocls Id ham aud all other necessary Improvements order to sell Immediately we are authorized to oiler this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further in Â¬ formation apply to CO Aaents L B MARSHALL 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort H Frankfort Ky Cathuijiu Church The usual aervices at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow ducted by Rev Father the pastor High mass at S a at 10 a m aud vespers will be con- Â¬ W E Gorey m low mass at 300 p m W C Tay Â¬ lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and 730 p m as usual Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Rev Baptist Church Rev Mt Pleasant Church Stedraantown to morrow evening at 730 oclock John Burdin will preach at Rev John Burdin will preach at Mt Vernon Baptist Church on the first Saturday and Sunday in June at 11 oclock a m each day whiln Mr T J Richev of Alton Mo was traveling in Kansas ho was taken violently ill with cholera mor- Â¬ bus He called at a drug store to get Borne medicine and the druggist recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy so highly he concluded to try it Tne result was immediate relief and a few doses cured him completely It is made for bowel complaint and nothing else It never fails For 851m sale by J W Gayle Small Farm for Sale A small farm of twenty acres well improved and two miles from this city on a good pike is offered for sale at a bargain For terms c apply 29 tf at this oillce i i I I Among them the Brooklyn edition of the New York World containing 44 pages with four page colored sup FOR SALE plement several editions of the New Â¬ turned from LouiBville Monday after York Sun Post Inspector and Daily RESIDENCE OF DR W B ROD spending Sunday with friends America The whole lot would keep THE BRICKMain street containing ten rooms on The Normal School commencement one in reading matter for several Tnislsoneof to the best built residences In the city Apply will take place on the eighth of June weeks LiBMARSnALLfeC0 Afents An excursion will leave this city Mr John morrow for Midway to Rosby will be in charge and ho has the reputation of keeping good order on his trains LOTS Rev B A Paris is expected with his bride in a few days ANN oTREETS FOR SALE HOLMES There is to be a big excursion to 0 N Apply to AND lB MARSHALL CO this city from Louisville Sunday next r i rw fiinntlnn flnnilm Cron r Sore Agents iiiiin lauj iitiwiii Guarantee Thront Sold by aU DrueeistsShllohs Porous The remains of Mr John Allen For a Lame Side Back or Chet on a caticfartinn - 2 CCOtS - til -- were laid to rest Sunday with fitting t ii ceremonv The funeral sermon was VITAL1ZER SHILOHSCbatbinpogajTenn says preached by Rev James Turner of T S Hawkins ju on unurcn as Â¬ MrsShilohs VttaUzerHAVED MY tneatjonn a FOR RENT The sisted by Rev M Madison Capital City and In- Â¬ Patriarchy and eta dustrial Legion Lodges of Odd trouble It excels Price 75 OF SIX ROOMS WITH LARGE RESIDENCE in South Frankfort The resi Fellows attended and interred the dences of six rooms each on Cross street remains with the honors of the order REMEDY SouthSde APiyoMARgiuLLca AKt8 The Literary Society was largely Remedy attended Friday night of last week Wnvovou Catarrh Trythts wj cw uuiIt will ju very complete programme was relievo and Cure you Price A iMtorforltesuc0Mfultreatmenti8furnlsheda nicely rendered rrle Shllohs Bemedies are sold by ua on ask you to guarantee to give satisfaction The young Odd Fellows If you For sale by W McKee Hardie come out Tuesday night HALLS OLD STAND want to help the young men be sure Jan 28 ly to attend for they are always ready to help others A NEW AND COM- HAVE JUST W E piete stocK oi OPENED Sunday evening there will be a mass meeting at the church to com Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and plete the arrangements for dedica Â¬ Gents Furnishing Goods tion day AT 825 BROADWAY Mr Armor Blackburn and wife Hellers old stand where we Invite the nubile to have a bouncing baby boy call and see us Our stock Is complete We are ready to sell you goods 25 per cent Next Tuesday night the 30th of less than any house In the city this month Industrial Legion Lodge 3102 G U O of O F will give No a erand banquet at Halys hall CURES HOTHIHC BUT PILES April 29 lra They extend an invitation to the public and all secret orders to come A SURE and CERTAIN CURE out as they will have refreshments known for 15 years as tho BEST exe Â¬ of all kinds and good musio for those REMEDY FOR PILES Patriarchy No rnptrtdbRICHlBSSOKTATLOBMXD CO 8TL0CIB who like danoing office 41 G U O of O F and DouglaB Â¬ DWELLING OF Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier has A BRICK street between Ann nnd High Clinton again placed us under obligations for streets Apply to MARSHALLC0Agent8 late files of New York papers FOR SALE Twenty shares of Frankfort National Bank Stock Apply to L B MARSHALL CO f fi m m Agents FOR SALE STODDARJfr PROPERTY OF COL J Johnston on Second Third and Shelby consisting of one large streets South Frankfort brick resldenco and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as it i unquestionably the best to be Market had In the city If you wish a desirable location for a home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they are to be had CO LB MARSHALL Agents iSrsHIL0Hsl T BUILDING -- -- FORSALE MURRAY ON PROPERTY consisting of a brick residence of 5 rooms nnd about two acres of land Tills prop- Â¬ erty Is well located and on account of the large lot will be a good Investment in addition to mak Â¬ ing a very desirable home For terms apply to mllE 1 street EXDM S HLOHSCATARRH Â¬ L B MARSHALL Agents CO 4 NEW STORE CO mmm BfACK Business at 8 Blacks May ld 1 rut 4A TABLERSPIIC BUCKEYEnLE OINTMENT HUGHEH WILL CONTINUE THE old stand near Railroad Bridge With our new elevator and nil I A 1 and the iixtures and appliances for screening pre Â¬ handling coal rapidly and cheaply will be pur Â¬ pared to lilt orders on short notice to suit Have Just made arrangements for a chasers supply of Pittsburgh and Kanawha Coal some of which is expected to arrive to day and will be ready for delivery next Monday Hope our friend and others who want to buy will Bive us a call M lm i e Epstein Bros W J CHINN JR ATTommmx AT 3UAW practice in all State Courts Of ficesccond floor Custom House Jan80ily YM11 t 1 Job work neatly cuted at this JtfhiMfliiifritflWf Bku4uL n miffli llftiiiiiliillniiii wriiiifc iiigjfrntoiiiiiii wiisyrtfff- - WiUiMlMMFU rfW t 1 7 K Hudson Ready Made Clothing We have never had it be fore but we have it now and we have lots of it We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying Hudson Â¬ urnDHP16S a U c jTjL 1 Tailoring Department The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest eudeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an examination to convince you of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can indulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ s i u HPtt S teeil L L Hudson lifts Gessell il HTmPHTOftHWIMUPHIftW SOKfiffiJSIMaaa i HI ullln Ill II Wilful V fe v Rev F W Eberhardt of S B T WORLDS FAIR NOTES THE LAKE ROUTE TOTHg WORLD5 FAIIJ Louisville has been in our midst VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC this week Chicago A Few Pointers About The Bain and Bad Roads Prevent Avoid tho heat and dust by traveling Mr W L French and wife are now the Bicycle Belay Bace domiciled in their now house recent- Â¬ As a great many readers of the on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Roundabout will make their first Two new steel passenger steamers have A telegram yesterday to Mr Ed 0 ly erected by Mr G M Brock Home grown strawberries are now trip to Chicago during the Worlds just been built for this Upper Lake route Xoigh Assistant Secretary of State Fair a few pointers regarding the costing 300000 each and are guaranteed on the market Announced that because of the rain geography of tho city will be appre- Â¬ largest Mr A W Macklin and the impassable condition of the tobacco barn erected is having a large ciated In the first place fix firmly to bo the grandest tho Lakes safest and speed 20 fastest steamers on in your mind that Lake Michigan miles per hour running time between xoads it was necessary to postpone boundary the Goddard the bicycle relay ride from Spring- Â¬ Mr J F Saturday had his left leg forms city eastern you stand of the Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than facing 50 hours Four trips per week between and if broken last The fracture entire 111 to this city field the lake with both arms outstretched Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos was reduced by Dr Keightley It is not known now when it will The the left hand will point to tho north key and Chicago Daily trips between lake place but probably in the early corn farmers have finished planting and the right hand will point straight Detroit and Cleveland during July and down the tracks of the Big Four August double daily service will be main jpart of next month The wheelmen The beautiful warm weather of this route to tho Worlds Fair buildings tained giving a daylight ride across Lako of the State as well as Illinois and week has caused vegetables to put on situated at the southern end of the Erie Dally service between Cleveland y city Paste this in your hat and you and other States have been greatly in new life First class stateroom have the key to the entire situation accommodations and menu and exceed- Â¬ in the test of speed and the terested The fruit is not all killed Some Coming into Jhicago on trains ot the ingly low Round Trip Rates The palapostponement of the run which was peaches and plenty of late apples Big Four Route which is the only tial equipment tho luxury of the appoint- Â¬ to have been made yesterday and Miss Ella Shanklin of Lexington railroad having an entrance on tho ments makes traveling on these steamers y will be a severe disappointment is visiting her sister Mrs Stafford south side along the lake front whore thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ all the hotels and boarding houses trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz Gov Brown who was to bo tho re- Â¬ Spicer are located you will find yourself GP A Detroit Cleveland Steam Nav cipient of the message from Gov Mr J II MoBride who has been passing practically through tho expo- Â¬ Co Detroit Mich Altgeld of Illinois had made arÂ¬ in Louisville for some time for the sition grounds and a magnificent pan Â¬ benefit of his health rangements to receive Mr Thomas He considers himself has returned Â¬ oramic view of tho fair is obtained somewhat imAt the Worlds Fair station of the Jeffries and Mr Will A Lewis who proved Big Four route if you step off at tho were to carry the message on the Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with in- Â¬ right side you are at the entrance The of last relay from Peytona to this city clined efforts not those piscatorially Â¬ gate to the exposition and can begin non slipping corrugated tires fully seem to be so fully rewarddoing the Fair at once if you step warranted Roberts agent And had extended a cordial invitation ed as in previous seasons off on the left side you will find your- Â¬ to the local whoolmen to be pres- self in the finest resident portion of Ice Ice ent at the Exeoutive Mansion at 7 A Great Benefactor Chicago and right in the midst of oclock this evening and partake of a the Worlds Fair hotel and boarding Mr N I McDaniel announces that Educators are certainly the house district The chances are ten Uight lunch to benefactors of the rnoe and to one that you will be within a few he has completed arrangementssea- Â¬ Ureateflt The delay it is thought will have after reading Dr Franklin the Miles minutes walk of the very place you supply any people with ice this quantity they may desire the effect of increasing tho interest popular works we cannot helo de have selected for your headquarters son in He also proposes to furnish a quality in the ride and when the round up claring him to be among the most If you prefer to go down town ten artificial ice at low a is made in this city the Governor and entertaining and educating of uu minutes rido will bring you to the of pure can be furnished as by any thors New York Daily Ho is not new Twelfth Street station in the figure as citizens will not fail to accord a a stranger to our readers as his ad Â¬ heart of the His wagons will in mind one in the city proper reception to the bearers of vertisements appear in our columns the manifest city Now bear entering make regular calls and orders will advantage of He do in every issue calling attention to Chicago on the Big Four route In receive prompt nttentiou the message tho fact that this elegant work on the first place you avoid entirely the sires to thank the public for patron Nervous and Heart Disease is disÂ¬ bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬ age in the past ana solicits a con- Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn tributed free by our enterprising fer across the city which is neces Â¬ tinuance of the same 32 1 m druggist J Trial bottle Regular sorvioos at Buck Run to of Dr Miles W Gayle are given away sary via all other lines being landed Nervine directly at the exposition grounds rjmorrow at the usual hours also a book of testimonials showing Bucklens Arnica Salve by Quite a severe wind storm passed that it is unenualled for nervous an advantage offered placeno other Tho best salvo is tho world line and in the second you can for Â¬ Kver this place last Tuesday mornprostration headache poor memory city in Outs of Sores Ulcers Salt ing X great many trees were blown dizziness nloeplessness neuralgia bo fix tho geography will the once bo Rheum Braises Sores Tetter Chapped your mind that you at Pever down so far as we hystoria fits opilopsy 2 come as familiar with Chicago as you Hande Chilblains Corns and all t are advised are with your own town Skin Eruptions and positively cures Dr Buokner paid a visit to his paÂ¬ Another point in favor of tho Piles or no pay reqnk ed It is guar Shortsightedness rents at Shelbyvillo last Sunday Big Four route is found in tho fact anteed to give aatisctionor money that if you enter Cincinnati on the refunded Price 25 cents per box We roport several cases of measles To waste your money on vile dirty For sale by Phil Cabpbntbb Orescent route Louisville in our midst watery mixtures compounded 8 ly ashville R R Mr John Murphy was considerably experienced persons whon youby in Ry Ohesapeako Kentucky CentralÂ¬ Ohio Ry or Balhave i bruised up last Sunday caused by his tho testing Ohio S W R R connection horse running off The buggy was Ouro opportunity of Why willOttos timore in Milos Norvo and Livor Pills free of ohargo you is made Union depot avoiding the completely demolished continue to irritate your throat and disagreoablo transfer necessary via Aot on a now principle rogulating Several ladies and gentlemen from lungs with that terrible hacking all other lines For full particulars our vioinity attended tho Sunday cough whon Chapman tho livor stomach ana bowels though D B martin Williams address sohool Convention at Frankfort last will furnish you a froo sample bottlo Gonoral Passenger agent Cincinnati tho norves A new discovery Dr of thiB groat guaranteed roinody Miles Pills spoodily oure biliousness Saturday Hold a bottle of Our of vehicles was liver piles constipa- Â¬ to the Mrs Sallio Burden and two chil Â¬ light and observe Ottos Cure golden largo stockgrades all prices never so bad taste torpid for men women and All Noth- Â¬ tion Splendid itsboautifnl dren loft last Thursday for a weeks color and thick hoavy syrup Lar ing sold that is not fully guaranteed ohildron Smallest mildest surest visit to Mends and relatives in In- - gest packages and purest goods Get ournrices before buvinor 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at diana Largo bottle 50c 37 tf 45 Mastin Bros J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly POSTPONED ANNOUNCEMENT For Assessor- - We lire authorized to announce M B DORTEN us a candidate for Assessor of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party May G lm Af I FAT PEOPLE up and Improve the general health beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass Three bottles of our Obesity Pills re writes duced my weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I never ieii ueuer in an my me i am much pleased with the result and shall do all I can to help ou Our patrons Include Physicians Bankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our goods are not sold In drus stores all orders are supplied direct from our ottlce Price per pack age 200 or three packages for 500 b mull pre paid rarueuiars seaiem cis UUKKES Â¬ To reduce your weight SURFLY use Wlllards Obesdty Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No Injury to the health No Interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build Â¬ Put-In-Ba- Â¬ l to-da- PUNDENCE WILLARO CONFIDENTIAL CO all HOY BOSTON MISS Apl 8 Gm 120 WorK Worry and Disease are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of t no in at once How can ho overcome The answer Is with our Compound Oxygen and ours only Tho count- Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment Is available for homa use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value ot these features Is obvious What ubout your need A book of explanation and proof Is yours to consider If nsked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 152U Arch Street Philadelphia Pa less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ Dec 24 ly BLUE GRRS HURSERIES 1893 - SPRING - 1893 TREE8 SMALL grape vines asparagus and every Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn i nd garden Prices low We sell direct and have no agents Cata Â¬ logues on application to FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 11 3U1 Â¬ WML CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- ATTORN JRJBAX PRAOTICK W ESTATE AGENT tBfi lV I IN THJS COURTS 01 Franklin and the adjoining counties u4 inn alio gin apclal atuntloa lb the purtuue and tale ol real estate collection ef rrnte elalaa and t aeceUattei of leans giSp 1 lAAiiliVtiii ri jjiliiiii iitijjfW tfiijftJte il IluHgi i kfltoSttiM Wf y I 8 i XL i EWMH Cents On the Dollar 75 iftsvr E THE KANGAROO 500 Mens genuine Kangaroo Shoes all shapes worth only 350 our priceor the next two in lace and congress weeks Is the way we bought these Fine Suits of Hammers- Close thats why we lough Saks Co and Dayton can sell them at such low prices r 1 H Tan Patent Leathers n w vA a 81000 and 1200 Our collection of Patent Leather and Fancy Shoes in Seal Russia Calf Kangaroo and every style known to the shoe trade for ladies misses and gentlemen See our window display f For choice the next two weeks of about 1000 Mens Fine Suits None like them ever offered here before All colors Cheviots Serges Worsteds and Cassimeres Frocks and Sacks YOU 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 KY CRUTCHER Main Street A STARKS Fourth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE FRANKFORT sjssaw3swaaewwsrssB2i tiwtwatiiiB HWMiiMiiiiiiwwwiriiiiiu I THE FEEBLE MINDED INSTI- Â¬ Trash dark or damaged TUTE Common Oolory trash tobacco 3 50 4 25 4 6 00 Worlds Fair and American Rail ways The Queen Â¬ Medium to good colory The House Passed the Bill to 6 00 trash Convert It into an Asylum for Common lugs not colory 4 50a G 00 Common Colory lugs Female Lunatics Medium to good colory 8 00 G 00 8 00 10 00 The House on Wednesday by a vote of 44 yeas to 23 nays passed the bill to convert the Feeble minded Institute in this city into an asylum for female lunatics It is said that the Senate will probably oppose the measure If there be any good reason to change the character of this praise worthy institution of the State why not adopt the recommendation of the Superintendent Dr J Q A Stewart and make it a home for all the pau Â¬ per idiots now numbering about 1500 for whose provision the State ThoGe pays over 80000 per annum States which have such homes in operation claim that it is the solution of the vexations question of reduc- Â¬ ing the maintenance to the minimum and most humanely caring for this unfortunate class of persons who under the present system are too often the victims of their agents avarice and cruelty Â¬ Select or wrappery tobacco Common to medium leaf 8 50a 13 00 13 00 15 00 Medium to good leaf 20 00 15 00 Good to fine leaf 20 00 25 50 lugs 8 00 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 all as occasion required and always keep a bottle of it in my home I be- Â¬ lieve I know a good thing when I get hold of it and Pain Blam is the Any Person That is troubled with constipation can get immediate and permanent relief by using Dr Hales Household Tea One dose a day at bed time 25 ad 50c paetegMatH Carpkit mesdftigoetoM 4 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER MAR- - DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE receipts ior tne same period 01 2385 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- uarv 1st amount to 69950 hhds Sales 01 cne crop 01 ihuu on our market to this date amount to 70991 hhds The oflerings this week again bIiow u imBouoi will ui uuuimuii ouney prices for such being fairly well main talned at the decline reported last week The market during the week has developed no now features The progress which has been made in setting the new orop is of no conse quence unto this time The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Rude Bros Cultivators tongueless resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ are the best in the market Kept by bacco 1802 crop 37 tf Mastin Bros Â¬ just closed amount to 2281 hhds with Sales on our market for the week uu jjiuiibwiuu uu awuii- - 2d dam ta Georgia over the E T V Ga 3d dam TIME TABLE DEO 12 1892 Rv and Droceeds north over the Note FoalPd In 1838 dark bay with black Advertised Letters at Frankfort beautiful Cincinnati Southern hands tall through the grandest natural scenery points Wlejand a high Fine mini- andbone withKentucky subhorse of wonderful fas of M V M P M breeding truces to stance and endurance and most attractive historical coun Ills TRAINS EAST No 1 No 3 No 7 such great middle horses as Uoscoo Blue Jeans try in the world to Oakdale where 8 Hot Roy 02 Denmark F S and Copperbot Below will be found a list of adver Lv tised letters for the week ending recieved coming from the Richmond tout jr S Will make the season at Belle Grove Lv Frankfort 600 12 45 410 TEKM Summit 606 410 1265 May 27 1893 Lv Elkhorn and Danville system from Charleston Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at 611 422 110 switzer lv 618 a O through Columbia S O the 480 126 Batty Neal Middleton Hon I beautiful Lv Stamping Ground 15 FOR A LIVING COLT 2 145b 445 French Broad country and LV uuvtui S Berkley Walter 639 462 165 j Ashville N C and Knoxville Ten- A cash premium of 25 will be given for the best Lv Johnson 644 459 205 Coons Mrs Beca Moore Miss Josie Lv Georgetown B 6 08 662 colt by hm foal of 94 ee stud card for full Lv Olarks Miss Ella Millers Miss Sid Â¬ nessee 656 515 c Tne time to unicago is made so as pedigree will be shown In Frankfort April Lv 0 ti Depot Newtown ney 709 527 Castlema Victor 05 Fashion Lv CentreVlllo 718 635 820 Dean Mies Hattie McGhee MrsWm to afford the most convenient hours Court Day Lv Elizabeth 723 510 departures from the principal ao for Mar4 3m SODTH TRIMBLE Disman MrsEHar Nukes Geo Ar Purls 0 787 560 346 cities and arrivals in Chicago Franco Henry RocerB Hugh a mipmumipm Passengers can purchase ticketB Ford Tommy Stroffer William good over one line north of the river TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 INo8INoiiP Harrod H W Thomas E O Lv Paris c OM 032 6M and returning via another if they de Â¬ Chesapeake Ohio Ry Ar Elizabeth Holt H B Walker Mrs Mag sire a variable route 833 642 527 without extra Ar Centervllle 838 640 46 Jewett Alf gie Ar Newtown 847 charge Or they can go via Cincin Â¬ 654 44fl Jackson Henry Wadlington Ar O S Depot 900 701 42fr nati returning via Louisville or vice Ar Georgetown Johnson Mrs B Richard 1035 711 652 NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA Ar Johnson WASHING 1042 717 705 Martha Younger John T versa Ar Duvall 7 23 1048 on sale at re- Â¬ Round trip tickets 715 McOnnis Fannie Ar Stamping Ground 10 55 780 785 duced rates Agents of Chicago TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities Ar Switzer 7 44 1110 765 When calling for theBe letters say will on request nasist in lookingline up Ar Elkhorn 1116 750 810 M Saffell P M Ar Summit advertised J 1122 756 820 rooms or accomodation for visitors A Frankfort 805 830 1130 to the Fair Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE Arf Everything that an almost perfect LEXINGTON and EASTERN A Millions Friend A connects with L fc N system can devise to deserve the POINTS B connects with 6 A C and Jj 8 A friend in need is a friend indeed raibe and patronage of the travel O connects with K C Time card In effect Nov 1st 1892 and not less than one million people ng public has been provided Any hnvn found innr anoh n Mnnd in vr of the agents of the company named BAST BOUND Effective Mav 7th and during the summer the Kings New Discovery for Consump below will cheerfully give all possi Lve Lexington No 22 710 am following Sunday schedule will be In effect tion Coughs and Colds If you have ble information and assistance R Atlanta Express No 26 dally dally ex Sun 1140 a m never used this Great Cough Medl- - H Garrett New Orleans La I MldLind Accom SUNDAY TRAINS Vestibuled Express No 24 dully cine one trial will convince you that Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc Â¬ MtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex Sun 610 M East No 5 leaves Frankfort 810 n m 525 11 Georgetown 0KH5 nrrlvps nt Pnrln ft inn m tin ic nas wonaoriui curative powers in Gregor Birmingham Ala E T 9 leaves Frankfort 225 n m Georgetown 120 WE8T BOUND all diseases of Throat Chest and Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D Paris 3 55 m Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to Cozatt Junotion City Ky or D G Lexington iccom No 27 dally exArr Lexington urrl ves ntNn Ipiivhup Piirli in fin rann Writ Sun7 56 a m Louisville Express No 21 dully town 1035 urrlves nf Frankfort 1135 nm No 10 do all that is claimed or money will Edwards Cincinnati Ohio 1240 Lexington Accom No 25dallyex8un4 15 im leaves Paris 4 30 p in Georgetown 5 15 urrlves rm be refunded Trial bottles free at 30 tf Vestibuled Express No 2a dully 6J0i m nt Frankfort 010 p Phil Carpenters Drug Store Solid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cnrs The Kentucky Midland1 Railway and connec Â¬ 1 Large bottles 60c and fl00 Through 81eepers from Lexington to New York tions form the shortest nnd cheapest J W fJavlfi oSrft3Mfc lftSfi- vwiw I widely know as the road running the Finest Trains in the South is in the field to carry everybody from the South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago No part of the Southern country is left uncared for by thiB great railway and its connections The Through Car System is an admirable exposi tion of the wonderful capabilities of American railroading From New Orleans through sleeping cars run daily morning and evening carrying its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- Â¬ ville as they may select From Shrevenort Vicksburcr and Jackson another through sleeping car line comes to join and become a part of the magnificent vestibuled through trains which passing through OT- - Ckesent Route ALESffl E WANTED Salary or Commission Paid Weekly steady work reliable stock outfit free no ex- Â¬ perience needed Write for terms and testi- Â¬ -- Kentucky Midland By Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT monials Refer to this paper J NURSERYMEN April iD yc B NELLISCO Only direct lino between N Y ROCHESTER Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ SADDLE STALLION 7 Uajsrille mouth and Cyathiana Covintrton Fal Â¬ FASHION I NO 156 ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND I National Sad Ie Horse Register JSSM 8Id lstdum by the Great IlOSCOe TRAINS RUN BY f CENTHAL STANOABD TJME i J 3R1m by Beauty No 604 N S II R by Made by American Clay I A- - I I -- I I Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 f m 33f t 1 f 111 If you fee 7e3k and all worn out urij3 BROWNS IRON without chance EITi No Bus transfers II W FIJLLER Genl Pass Agt Washington D C points north south east and west route to all - Asst Genl Pass OBRYAN Cinclnoutl Agt CI D BEROAW E B WEITZKLr Gen Pasir Agti City Ticket Agenl GEO B HARPER Gen 8upt Frirtierlnformaton BPP1 to their rwents 1 imimirfHt