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The GEO A Framfoet Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance V YOL XVI FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY JUNE 3 1893 Latest U S Govt Report Building Houses Mr Frank S Haff has rented and moved his family from Bellopoint into the house of Mr George Huffman on Conway street bo that he is near by to look after the building of the new residence he is erecting upon the adjoining lot His plan shows that when the house is oompleted it will be one of the neatest and most con- Â¬ venient houses of modern structure in the city Dr O H Reynolds is pushing the work of ereoting his new residence on the corner of Main and Third streets us rapidly as the weather will admit He has put in a splendid foundation and the workmen are rushing up the frame work Like Mr Haff the Doctor has rented and is occupying the adjoining house so that he can look after the work in person Â¬ NO 39 Highest of all in Leavening Power RoYal XSSSVsrjSXfJ Baking Powder FLY TIME uonz - can have the oe Dotnerea- with the FLIES when you UXIHE first quality ABSOLUTELY PURE FLOWERS FOR THE Put up so nicely and cheaply cloth fr IJti lEi i DEAD very white paper which was per-Â¬ haps the product of the old Stedman HEROES All Mill in this county and the type used Decoration of the Federal and was brevier and long primer The paper states that the office of its Confederate Graves publication was on St Clair street Notwithstanding the wet weather between Main street and Broadway on Saturday a large number of ladies The subscription price 200 and gentlemen went to the cemetery The copy of the Kentucky Yoeman and strewed flowers upon the graves before ub was published by William of the Confederate soldiers who sleep Tanner and the office of the paper Dr M J Davis is a prominent their last sleep in the Confederate was also on St Clair street The physicians of Lewis Cass county circle The ceremonies were simple terms of subscription were 300 a Iowa and has been actively engaged in the practice of and soon over and when the grave year in advance 3 60 if paid during place for the past medioine at that thirty five years of each gallant fellow had been liber- the year 400 if not paid until the On the 26th of May while in Des ally decorated with wreathes and expiration of the year No paper Moines en route to Chicago he was suddenly garlands by the fair hands of daugh Â¬ was to be discontinued until the sub- Â¬ diarrhoea taken with an attack of Having sold Chamber Â¬ ters of ex Confederate soldiers the scriber paid up his arrearages lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea company dispersed Almost the entire paper is filled Remedy for the past seventeen years WITH 9 Tuesday being the day for the with the speech of Hon O B Ficklin ana knowing its reliability he pro- Â¬ annual decoration of the graves of of Illinois in the House of Represen cured a 25 cent bottle two doBes of completely cured him The the Federal dead all over the United tatives in Congress on the bill re- - which excitement and change of water and States was duly observed in this pity diet incident to traveling often pro- Â¬ duce a diarrhoea Everyone should and there was a much larger turnout other purposes procure a bottle of this remedy be- Â¬ Of of the old soldiers and the relatives Mr Tanner the publisher lived in BTigliest leaving home For sale by J W of the dead heroes who sleep on the the house at present occupied by Mr fore 3U lm Gayle Ed Power opposite the cemetery hill than usual The weather could not have been gate was largely instrumental in the more propitious for the occasion and introduction of the electric telegraph at 3 oclock under the direction of being the president of the first tele Â¬ Gen D W Lindsey as chief marshal graph company which stretched its Chamber Suits Carpets Rugs He died about and Mr T J Todd as assistant a lines in thiB State at the Custom 1847 or 8 procession was formed House headed by the Frankfort Cor- Â¬ Mattings Folding Beds No Floor in the Bridge net Band and made up of the firing squad of militiamen the old soldiers the sons of veterans and their The contractors who are- - at work Linoleums Wood Mantels friends The lino of march was up raising the railroad bridge have conn crarin IS out that there will be no floor aaaa oaiaa St Clair to Main and out Main to the given put down in the bridge when the cemetery uaca eaoa Hall Racks Lace Curtains At the State monument the pro- repairs are oompleted that their cession halted and after the assembly contract calls for ties much shorter call had been sounded the general than at present in use which will not ParIor Suits Wall Papers order was read by the Adjutant cf admit of a wagon going across the A G Bacon Post G A R which bridge If this be true the people of will was followed by the ritualistic cere- Â¬ Bellepoint and the residents of the Book Cases J China Silks monies of the G A R order and north western part of the county who on after music by the band Rev George have been coming iuto the city over A very ap Â¬ that bridge yrill be compelled to go Darsie offered prayer propriate address was then delivered around to the St Clair street bridge c Dining Room Furniture Chairs Rockers by Senator W H Jones Further hereafter But in view of the fact MAIJST that the Nicol heirs who own proper- Â¬ services by the Post followed the We Solicit Your Trade and in return will give you the Best Goods Officer of the Day strewed the first ty along the line of the railroad about made at the Lowest Prices Sale Rooms S E flowers the saluto was fired the a mile from the city also own a right way over the bridge whioh right Broadway choir sung an appropriate hymn of Corner Main Rev George Darsio pronounced the was given years ago to the former benediction and then a company of owners of their land in consideration little girls decorated the graves of for concessions of the right of way every Federal soldier in the ceme- to the railroad the railroad company tery with a liberal supply of flowero will have to pay very liberally for a Lexington Kentucky When all was completed tatoo and relinquishment of that right or put retreat were sounded the procession down a floor in the bridge for them reformed and marched back to the to cross on HARDWARE city How to Beoomo Fleshy The committee having charge of the arrangements for the decoration Br Miles Nervine neA ly owes all On request us to return their sincere AND rvons dwwes hwidaoh blues ervous prawtrattou to the ladies who bo ably as Â¬ thanks lplesn6Ra sisted them in preparing the flowers wjwrftleia Ht Vitus ilmwse fits aod to the Governor for the use of guns kvnteria bntUo bulMs wp Hie body Iam pleae o uy that after years from the State Arsenal to Capt Noel iff intense mUterini wrtuMerrus disÂ¬ CH STUBENRAUCH Proprietor Gaines for the loan of the Johnson pose headache uxd pnxjfrration I tried Guards flag and to Lieut Fred Gor- Â¬ rim in Dr MHiit liest orafcrve Hervhid Cigars Tobacco tyro weeks gitfned don and Messrs Robert Gordon in weight I could not Re down to stock a John Morris Frank Moore Will Iftp but now rieop perfectly easy Schaeffer for Sole Bridgeford Frank 0 Hutchison Geo and am still improving wonderfully Gannotnay of Brawner Frank Todd and Hugh Mns L B enough for lx Nervine N Milivko BunTrlrk Merchant the militiamen who did Y 40e customer used Nervine Ky Give Me a Call and gained fifteen pounds in flesh tho firing over the graves nays Brown AMavhury Cortland X N Yf Trial bottles and elegant Old Publications feook free at J W Gayles 3 V Mr Jack Long has laid on our ta Â¬ Biff Exoimteat in Town ble the following old papers publish- Â¬ ed in thiB city in the long ago viz The Kentuoky Farmer of Satur Â¬ Over tk rawarbaMe ures by the spasMo f the ago NOTIONS HND day Soptomber 4 1841 and the Ken Â¬ grandest Ifoalth BAstarer which Aunt Fanye acts tucky Yoeraanof Thursduy August ofiMiataral taxattTo stimalateu the 27 1846 The Kentucky Farmer was lHtfcpo organs jrerttates the liver published by Franklin D Pettit imd jW3reyB and is natures great father of one of the present Repre- Â¬ ferater aml heaUh reaewcr or Blood ON MAIN STEET TO If you have Ktojoy Lhrer DRY njwr4er do not etay but call at STAPLE sentatives from Daviess county in the Legislature and editod by Thos Ohapnan Williams crug store for u trial package Largo size 50o B Stovenson for whom the honora Â¬ free 40 ble gentleman from Daviess was Capital Hntel Easement nf named The paper as its name in Â¬ IV YOUR SACK AOnXS Or you arc all worn out really good for noui dicates was devoted to agricultural infr It la general debility Try They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a intoroBto and was an oight pagp axovrmi xitoN mvrxits glvo euro you clcanie your Ur and It will short time June Mr three column weekly printed upon a a good appetite Rubber Hose and Lawn Mowers M P GRAY Hardware Merchant Â¬ 85000 Square Feet of Flooring rilled to its Utmost Capacity HOUSE FURNISHINGS the Merit Superior Quality Latest Styles 7J V ffllSTEII Â¬ Formerly of this city have returned and open their new store STREET Next to Â¬ Collins Bros9 BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE STORE or about JUNE 20TH With complete EflGliE SALOON Germania House ehtaKJe line FANCY MS and The best Wines Liquors always in Myer Brewing Agent the Company of Louisville 225 Broadway Frankfort umc3a IBver 3orningr JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building MS 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the Look out for bargains iVili ammm I 4 Chinawape Given Away NO GUESSING -- NO LOTTERY of ONE DOLLAR and upwards some useful china article such as CUPS SAUCERS PLATES CREAM WATER OR MILK JUGS TEA POTS SUGAR STANDS VEGETABLE DISHES MEAT DISHES PICKLE STANDS c And we will give to any customer who may buy 50 WORTH FOR CASH from JUNE 1ST 1893 to OCTOBER 1ST 1893 choice of the following articles NCHSH onSHLESfeach cash purchase we will give with During the dull season now coming IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR 100 Piece Dinner Set 3 styles value 1250 13 Piece Toilet Set 4 styles 1000 TOOK OF SHOES OXFORD For men ladies and children was never as complete as now full line of U UPPERS We 9also have Trunks Valises School a comparison Hats prices are as low as the lowest and we invite Books c Our MEAGHER June 3 4t MARSHALL t age Judge L Hord and wife left Thurs- Â¬ day to visit their sons at Aurora Illi- Â¬ vl1 PERSONAL in the ciiy Monday Mr Will Dorsey of LaGrange was Miss Evelyn Brown is at home from a visit to Louisville Rev W G Neville returned Tues- Â¬ day from Macon Ga Miss Ada Gaines of Covington is visiting friends in this city Mrs S D Johnson spent Sunday with her aunt in Lexington Mr Ellis Headley left Monday for Chicago to spend a few days Rev J H Young D D of Louisville was in the city Monday Mr W H Newhall and wife left Saturday afternoon for Chicago Mr and Mrs Geo Berry spent Sun- Â¬ day with Mrs W L Cannon at Mid way Misses Katie and Mamie Berryman loft Monday for their home in Louis- Â¬ ville Mrs E Polk Johnson and daughter Miss Pickett are visiting relatives at Eastwood Miss Ada Gaines of Covington is the guest of Miss Minnie Van Dep veeron Shelby street Miss Annie Abrahams of Louisville has been the guest of Miss I Mary Morris this week Mr J W Gayle and Dr J S Cole man leave Monday afternoon for a weeks visit to Chicago Mrs Dan Roche and children of Paris spent several days with rela tives in this city this week Miss Loulie Williamson of Bbone county is visiting her grandfather Mr J H Williamson near this pity Mr Mike Sullivan left Thursday afternoon for a visit to relatives at Mt Pleasant near Atchison Kansas Mrs J E Miles and daughter Mary Keith and Master Willie 0 Fogg left Monday for a months sojourn in Chicago Miss Carrie Page of Louisvillei spent several days with the Misses Orutoherin Bellepoint the first of the week Mrs M A Gay and grandson Mas Â¬ ter Alexander Todd- of Louisville are the guests of the Misses Ohinn on Broadway Miss Marion of Fort Logan Colo- Â¬ rado and the Misses Boyden of Cin Â¬ cinnati aro the guests of the Misses Hogo near Jotts Station Miss Willana Smith of Louisville and Miss Mary Hill of Lexington have been the guests of the family of Mr Riohard Morris this week Rev XI G Henderson and Messrs R Rogers and M R Todd have beon attending the District Conference of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - the Methodist Church at Mt Sterling this week Col Frank S Owens came over from Maysville Monday and spent the day here Mrs Herman Harris of Louisville spent several days with relatives in this city this week Mrs J B Vernon and daughter of Louisville are visiting Mrs W H Jeffries on Logan street Mrs Webster Gazloy of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Virginia Duvall on Shelby street Mr Albert Lighter of Eminence spent Sunday with his aunt Mrs Lucy Connor on Highvie Mr Brent Moore of Louisville spent several days in this city with relatives the first of the week Mr Dudloy Watson of Jersey City New Jersey is visiting his brother Mr H H Watson in this city Dr Henry Williamson and Mr Grant of Boone county have been visiting Mr J H Williamson this week Messrs Walter Franklin and Franklin Miles have positions in the Audit-Â¬ ing department of the Worlds Fair at Chicago Miss Emnia Crouch who has been the guest of Miss Luoy Freeman re turned to her home in Williamstown Saturday Rev William Dudley Powers of Henderson left Monday for home after spending Sunday with Rev E A Penick Mrs Chas E Taylor and daughter Miss Fannie left Tuesday over the Midland for Cincinnati where they will reside in future Mr Andrew Salepder of Winches ter spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this city Visiting his brother Mr George Salender on Second street Mrs H S Halo and daughter Miss Mary and son Master Theodore left Tuesday for a visit of several weeks to friends and relatives in May field Miss Alice Bailey who has been teaching in the family of Mr John E Miles for soveral months returned to her home near Eminence on Friday of last week Mrs Philip Scheltinger after a visit to her mother Mrs J B McCoy left Saturday for Louisville to join her husband in which city they will make their future home Mrs W F Dandridgo and daugh ter Miss Eliso Mrs MoAUistor and Mrs H Kremer attended the per formance of the Sleeping Beauty at Louisville on Saturday last Mrs T H Bradley of Georgetown spent Wednesday in this city with her mother Mrs Lou Woods Sho was accompanied homo in tho after noon by her sister Miss Adala Woods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Janie Dehoney has returned from school at Belwood near Anchor- Â¬ A C R M Aldridge and Miss Mary Dudley Gray left yesterday afternoon to attend the Worlds Fair and will be the guests of Col F M Winston in Chicago during their stay Mrs E B Reed will be 85 years of ago on Friday next June 9th and would be glad to have her friends call on her at the residence of her sister Mrs Holman on East Main nois Mrs z II WW -- DISPLAY - street OF Mr and Mrs Al Smith and son Master George of Louisville came up Tuesday to attend the Williams Morris wedding and were the guests Ann Morris on Second of Mrs street HANDSOME M JUL Misses Maria Lindsey Cordelia Lindsey Katie Lindsey Rebecca Averill and Emma Morris Messrs S French Hoge John Lindsey and Dudley Lindsey compose a party which will leave Monday over the Kentucky Midland for a visit to the Chicago Exposition PATTERNS M Â¬ Â¬ Are you insured If not now is the time to provide yourself and fam Â¬ ily with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme dy as an insurance against any seri- Â¬ ous results from an attack of bowel complaint during the Bummer months Weather for Juno It is almost certain to be needed and No should be procured at once other remedy can take its place or Rev Irl R Hicks makes the followdo its work 25 and 50 cont bottles ing forecast of the weather for this 39 1 m for sale by J W Gayle month Disturbances wil disappear east Â¬ Millinery ward by the 3d leaving pleasant The 7th and 8th Our seoond stock of millinery has weather behind just arrived and if you want bargains will bring higher temperature with call at once and you will find the stormB About the 10th it will begin best and cheapest millinery in Frank- Â¬ to grow excessively warm whioh will S Harris increase during the 11th and 12tb or fort at until general storms of rain thunder and wind result A series of storms Tho Mayflower Double Shovel is eaoh afternoon and ovening for sever Â¬ occur at the best in the world Try one of al days will likely secondary this time Â¬ running into the disturb Mastin Bros them At ances about 17th and 18th The 20th 37 tf to 25th is a regular storm period right S Harris will sell you a good at tho crisiB of June solstioe Heavy violent eloctrical and at brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a rains and peterbations will bo natu 5 oents a yard mo8phoric good check cotton at Bright pleasant days and nights and a good calico cotton at 5 cents a ral follow up to 28th The month pur stock of China silks will warm and stormy yard fancy Ginghams Orepo Cloth and ends 39 tf Ohallies is complete Choap Rates on tho L N Â¬ R ROGERS Â¬ SON n any route going via Louisville any route returning via Louisville same or any other route good via Cincin Â¬ nati any route and returning via Cincinnati same or any other route or will sell tickets any way a person ohooses It is tho shortest quickest and has tho best accomodations of any road to Chicago Leave Feank fort 3 p m arrive Chicago 7 a m This is the only route that offers you but one change of cars between Baggage Frankfort and Chicago checked through sleeping car berths Round trip reserved free of charge 1515 Glad Tidings The grand spooiflo for tho prevail Â¬ ing malady of the ago Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Rheumatism Oos tiveueso General Debility etc is Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This great herbal tonio stimulates the digestive organs regulntos the sys Â¬ tem to vigorous health and energies Samples free Largo paokages 50o Sold by Chapman Williams 40 Shilohs Curo the Great Cough and Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket size oontalns twenty five doses only 21 25o Children love it Childrens hats In all shades kinds and shapes at prioes to please all aw i a Â¬ Tub ky Buggy 30 day by A Great Treat to People Going N Rail Â¬ See tho second hand steam thresh Â¬ to Worlds Fair The L ing outfit and lot of vehicles all in road will sell round trip tickets to good running order to bo Bold oourt Chicago via Louisville going any Specials for tho Farmors lt Harness Works any route route and returning via Cincinnati Also going via Olnoinnati any route returning via Louisville tt B HARRIS TO0flJ JIJVWT I 3 -- I 3 V Soup Ladles 8alacl Spoons Berry Spoons Sugar Sifters Cream Ladles Butter Knives Cheese Scoops Etc Any of these pieces put up in a handsome case makes a beautiful present There is nothing more appropriate for a wedding or birthday present than an article in solid silver provided it is of a high standard in quality and design A single piece if really artistic will be acceptable to the most fas tidious and need cost but a trifle comparatively We have For instance a large assortment of such articles Â¬ S3 1 1 v e rtw A r EI TFRTEPTESR Matrimonial h w I 3X Top Drawer 5TBTT Took a Rest frw Â¬ y I N fr u - IVI4 - bitik ift Wr Tk - i iff J1 Blayney awaited them In a solemn and impressive ceremony using the Decoration Day Tuesday being a Dade Farra Dr Waller H Dade ring he bound the two young lives LOCAL county legal holiday all the banks and the of this city and Miss Blanche Farra together while Prof Graham and County Court Monday is Master Smith performed softly and court day but as the farmers are so post ofllce were closed Only the first were married at Sycamore Park the mail in the morning was delivered home of the brides parents in Woodsweetly I love thee now forever on far behind with their work on account institu- Â¬ ford county on Thursday evening at the organ and violin the continued wet weather there and the employes of all the greater 8 of tions mentioned took the oclock During the year or more At the conclusion of the ceremony will likely be but a small crowd in portion of the day off of Dr Dades residence here he has the party left the chnrch to the town on that day made numerous friends by his quiet strains of Mendelssohns wedding Moved In The repairs and altera- Cedar Bun and gentlemanly demeanor who march the bride and groom leading tions which Mr Ohas E Ellwanger heartily congratulate him upon hav- Â¬ down the left aisle tho best man and Bain rain it never ceases has been putting upon the old Sidney maid of honor following with the ing won for lifes partner one of the Johnson property on East Main Farmers are very busy setting to-Â¬ handsomest and most accomplished groomsmen and bridesmaids in cou- Â¬ street since he purchased it having bacco ples in the rear of Woodfords fair daughters The been completed ho moved in on A dance was given by Mr William couple left yesterday for a short They repaired to the home of the Monday He has made a very hand- Â¬ Dunigan on Monday night at Cedar bridal trip brides parents at Spring Hill where after which they will reHill Everything went off nicely re- Â¬ some and comfortable home of it an elegant supper was partaken of freshments being served about 10 turn here to reside and will take Â¬ Dictator Dead Maj H 0 Mc- oclock Johnson and Halmhubers rooms at Mrs Bettie Browns corner and at a late hour the happy young Dowells celebrated trotting stallion string band furnished the music Wilkinson and Wapping streets couple took a carriage and drove to Dictator died at Ashland Stock Farm One of our young men is to get Georgetown in time to catch the ear Batts Porter Mr Henry Batts of last week aged 30 years He was him a new buggy and expects to rush Henry county and Miss Olivia Por ly morning train on the Q C go- Â¬ 210 trotting the girls next Sunday the sire of ing north where they mot Dr W H ter of this city were married Mon- Â¬ We are to have a barber shop soon and 2064 pacing and also of Messrs Dade and bride and the two couples day at the residence of the Sons Pretender He was Two or three corn knives have been Rev George Darsie officiating bride S Black left for a trip to New York and other up and a horse brush has valued at 30000 and had been blind sharpened eastern cities been procured and we are about Cromwell Clayes Mr John O for years ready to accomodate our friends The bride was attired in an elegant Cromwell Bought A Dray Line Chief of Ernest Wilson left Thursday for youngest formerly of this county white silk dress en train with bridal son of Mr A W Cromwell Police Mase Williams has purchased Illinois veil and wreath of orange blossoms and Miss Louise Bell Clayes were from Mr W T Sacra his dray nne A croquet party will be given by married at the home of the brides while the bridesmaids and maid or and took charge of the same on Misses Josie and Edua Bodgers on parents in Joliet Illinois on Wed- Â¬ honor also wore white with short Saturday evening Thursday veils the gentlemen being attired im nesday May 24th Rev Dr Patten Start a bull to rolling at the top of regulation evening dress Cedar Run and everybody kicks at it officiating Where Is SheP The bridal presents were useful asUnknown The Joliet Daily News speaks of it well as ornamental and numbered widower would like to A handsome as a pink and white wedding and we over a hundred clip the following from its account of know where the lady iB stopping Guaranteed Cure The groom has prepared a hand- Â¬ city because the who came to this the same somely fitted up apartment for his struck the We authorize our advertised druematrimonial fever had Wherever the eyes of the guests gisb to bride at the home of his parents on place He is a candidate for matri Â¬ covery sell Dr Kings New Dis rested was some source of pleasure lor consumption uougns ana the many hued gowns of the ladies to make her Steele street where they will make mony and would like Colds upon this condition If you their home when they return acquaintance If any one can in Â¬ are afflicted with a Cough Cold or the crystal candelabra and vases fromÂ¬ which peeped pink and white carnaform him of her whereabouts it any Lung Throat or Chest trouble tions the embankment Cromwell Jessee The marriage of potted would be an act of kindness to do so and will use this remedy as directed plants in pink and white and green of William Cromwell Esq the promi- Â¬ giving it a fair trial and experience then last but by no mens least nent attorney of this city and at pres- Â¬ no benefit you may return the bottle the entree of the charming bridal Will Try it Away Prom Home and have your money refunded party ent Assistant Clerk of the Senate to Pirst We could not make this offer did we Miss Jessee daughter of Col George To the music of Johnny Hands not know that Dr Kings New Dis Chicago orchestra they advanced M Jessee of Henry county is an- Â¬ Co one for life Gaines Minstrel troupe of this covery could be relied oa It never through the parlors between silken Trial bottles free at The reading desk had been remov- Â¬ nounced to take place the latter part city will go to Lawrenceburg this disappoints Phil Carpenters Drug Store lines drawn by the brides young ed and the pulpit space beautifully of this month nephews Clarence and Raymond Tal afternoon and give an entertainment Large size 50c and 100 2 cott They took each an end of a decorated with evergreens and potted at the Opera House in that place Change of Time rolled ribbon at the hall door unroll plants and at an early hour the The Anderson News gave them an ing them as they proceeded until the Are You Going to the Ex N and K M Rail- Â¬ extensive advertisement and thoy center of the second parlor was church began to fill up with the invit- Â¬ Both the L reached ed guests and friends of the young roads have a new time card in effect will have to do their best if they ful Â¬ If yfcu are contemplating a trip to From the chandelier hung two pink fil public expectation Chicago during the great Columbian ribbons which they extended while couple Messrs Jos L Rodman jr which those of our readers who are con- Â¬ Exposition and want a real first class the others passed beneath the silken W Lindsey Hale Geo R Hunt R templating taking a trip to Chicago Academy Concert Sherwood Major Frank D Bull J or elsewhere should examine care- Â¬ place to stop where everything is arch First came Miss EthelTalcott in a Craik Jackson S French Hoge and fully Both will be found in another up in regular old Kentucky dainty cloud of pink and white carryThe closing exercises of Prof Way done style write to Mrs S F Richardson ing a basket of flowers next the Henry Hooker of Indianapolis acted column land Grahams Academy of Music 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to groomsmen Richard Hamilton of as ushers and seated the ladies and will take place on the evenings of you quarters in her house Mrs Chicago and Dr W B Stewart the gentlemen as rapidly as they came in the 0th and 9th of June Tuesday save bridesmaids Miss Nellie Benson of A little after the hour set the bridal and Friday of next week on which Bichardson is a former Frankfort Chicago and Miss Jennie Thompson party arrived and entered the church lady widow of the late Owen T Bich the maid of Honor Mies Anna Nash occasions concerts will be given by one of the nicest of in pink silk the bride whose gown in the following order keeping step the pupils at the Academy on Madl ardson and house keepers Her terms are reason- Â¬ was a cream satin en traine with to Lohengrins wedding march per- Â¬ Theres light ahead for tbo women son street passementarie and full bridal able and she should be liberally silver As she neared the chandelier formed on the organ by Prof Way suffer if theyll only turn toward who it veil There patronized by people from her old the pinkribons were tightened bv land Graham accompanied by Master delicate a guaranteed remedy for all the derangemonte chronic weaknesses The Ladies 32 tf home the boys and a cluster of roses fell at George Smjth of Louisville on the and painful disorders that make women violin miserable Its Dr Pierces Favorite Pre- Â¬ her feet The pleasant effect and perfect safe Â¬ Up tho right aisle came the brides scriptionand it makes women healthy Dr Patten and the groom attended To tho Governor of Kontucky ty with which ladies may use the by his brother William as best man maids Misses May Pepper and Re- Â¬ strong a legitimate Its medicine thats purely California liquid laxative Syrup of Hadnt you better examine them came from a side entrance to meet becca Johnson Merrie Gillum and vegetable and perfectly harmless a power Â¬ the party ful general as well as uterine tome and Figs under all conditions makes it eggs that the Legislature is setting When tho post nuptial deluge Maggie May Thomason Annie GaineB and favorite remedy To get the on and see if they haint rotten and slacked up the party and relatives and Willanna Smith both of Louis nervine renewingregulates invigorating the their entire system It and promotes all if they are then throw them away marched to the dining room which the proper functions of womanhood im Â¬ true and genuine article look for the and fill up the nest with barbed wire ville Annie Abraham of Louisville proves digestion enriches the blood dispels name of the California Fig Syrup Co so they cant BOt any longer before had beeu very prettily adorned A and Miss Sadie Taylor of Chicago aches and pains brings refreshing sleep and pink border brake tho State for it is an white carpet with ribbons were cov- Â¬ followed by tho bride accompanied restores health and strength printed near the bottom of the pack they bub- ered the floor pink outrage on the tax payers of Ken Â¬ For ago by her sister and maid of honor Miss down periodical pains weak back bearing sensations nervous prostration and tucky and you might bo blamed all female complaints and irregularities Mamie Morris Yours truly Cheap Flowers Prescription is a positivo remedy Up the left aisle came tho grooms- Â¬ Favorite one thats so sure and certain Salt River Jim tho only that men Messrs Jos L Rodman and W it can be guaranteed If it doesnt benefit Parties wishing cheap roses can buy Lindsey Halo Geo R Hunt and R S or cure you have your money back them at E Powers green house 20 Dr Hales Household Ointment lfPUKJSI selling rosebuds of for 100 He is Major Frank D Bull and J Craik Eeb 4 lr all kinds except American Beauties Is the finest remedy in the world JackHon S French Hoge and Henry rr i It absolutely euros oatarrh It euros at 75 cents per dozen JOHN DRISCOLL Hooker Then came the groom ac- Â¬ Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures companied by his best man Mr EdPiles like magic CureB Salt Bhoum Miles Norve and Liver Pills TZ3 JO in the mossoatthtng manner Cures mund Watson Taylor Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Arriving at tho altar the brides Â¬ Can bo Act on a now prinoiplo regulating Cures Coughs and Colds maids and groomsmen formed in line the liver stomaoh ana bowels though taken internally A positive specific tho ladies on the right and the gents the nerves A new discovery Dr for Pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns An ag rceablo Laxative and N ERVE TON 10 MileB Fills speedily euro biliousness Chilblains Sores of long- standing on the left Tho bride and her maid Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25c 60a and 10Opor package Samples freo bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Corns and Bunions are cured quickly and tho groom and his best man mot A full line of puro Anderson county whlsklesi The Favorlto SOOTH TOWIXS tion Splendid for men women and different from aH else superior to all Vrg W wines brandies etc else It has no equal 25 and 50c boxes for tho Tooth and UrcaUJc at tho foot of tho altar crossed over AU HV children umauesc muaesc suresc Samples free at Large size cheapest Sold at Oarpen For sale by W McKee Hardie took proper position advanced up tho 50 doses for 25 cents 235 niKHDWAY opposite Stitte House 8 stops to whore Rov Dr J MoOlusky HALLS OLD STAND Jun28 1y J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly I tbbs drug store April 16 tf Â¬ Â¬ Jay-Eye-S- ee Â¬ Â¬ pended from the ceiling and there and numerous other places were clusters of flowers in the prevailing hues Another attractive room was that in which another deluge had occurred a rain of gold and silver of crystal and china of linen and wood of ob jects fair to look upon and useful as well Late in the evening an acci- Â¬ dent was narrowly averted here a drape catching Are from a candle The flames were extinguished with small damage There was the customary comical side to the affair when Mr and Mrs Cromwell departed well laden with rice and took a second allophatic dose at the Rock Island depot They will be absent about two weeks and on re- Â¬ turning will reside at the home of the brides parents on Scott Btreec The groom is chief draughtsman at Joliet Works of the Illinois Steele Company a very responsible position particularly during tnecnanges made in the workB and he stands high in the estimation of his present and former employers the Bates Machine Company He is a young man of ex- Â¬ cellent character and comes from one of the first families of Kentucky decendents of Oliver Cromwell The family home is in Frankfort Ken- Â¬ tucky and one of the interested wit Â¬ nesses last night was the grooms sister Miss Cromwell of that city The bride has been a resident of Joliet since early childhood and few have the pleasure of a wider circle of sincere friends Her winnincr per sonality and gracious kindliness of Heart have made her a popular mem- Â¬ ber of society and she is well fitted to adorn her new station To the prosperity of this alliance all will ac- Â¬ cord a hearty amen vvilliams - morris Tnat was a pretty wedding at the First Presbyterian Church Thursday evening at 7 oclock which made Mr John W R Williams of the Main street drug firm of Chapman Williams and Miss Susie Morris oldest daughter of Mr Richard Morris the popular junior member of the firm of John Cochran J jr ewele rfB 1 I 1 Â¬ Â¬ H JpLKS RoorJ ami Â¬ Liquor Merchant - U yklfltpfHM9HjlHuttH I I tIt 18 Change Our Location for Som e U u 1 11 C u ij - We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to time this year 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 lESIarriess Saddlez37- IFaints Cil 3 eneral Xjigfla t and IKeavy ZEEaxdw-a-r- ZDoors 7all Paper 7agrons Siarr5 es Slizids G lass rBrioslDes Vamisli Sasli Iron er Pipe ZFTue Pipe TKTlre Pools Soofing Cement Plaster Se Iron Lime Tools Harness Leather Lace Leatner G arden SpokesSalt Sims 0 wn Wheels ISope Pishingr Taclrle Lautlexsrvoand Binder PCose and wers c3cc T wine 0--uaranteed Agents for Walter Oor Main and Lewis Streets FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky mutter as second class mailable JL Wood Mo rarers a nci Binr5pr M A COLLI PI f Opposite the Farmers Bank ft House JjT THE CAPITAL LOCATION Wo Downed Them in the Senate But Have a Fight On in the Sometime ago Senator Breckin Â¬ ridge from Boyle county offered a resolution in the Senate to offect that it was the sense of the General As sembly that the seat of government should be removed from Frankfort and the same was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary who re ported it to the Senate on Tuesday with the expression of opinion that it ought not to pass the committee taking the ground that a vote could not be taken to remove the capital un less it was to some certain point that it could not be suspended in air until the legislature could determine where it should be located The considera- Â¬ tion of the resolution was laid over until Wednesday when it was taken up and put upon its passage the vote Two resulting in 6 yeas to 17 nays Senators would also have voted other against the resolution had their votes been necessary to defeat it so if this vote is any indication it is hardly probable that a capital re moval measure will get through that Â¬ Â¬ G EO A LEWIS Editor and Pub 3 FBANKFORT JUNE 1898 LOOK TO THE FUTURE The Hew St Clair Street Bridge Should be Built With a View to Increase Travel Now that it has been fully deter- Â¬ mined to replace the old St Olair street bridge with an iron structure now bridge should be of such dimensions as to accommodate the possible increase in travel in years to come There is no reason why the population of Frankfort should not ie increased many thousands in the znext decade and as the bridge is likely to stand until many genera- Â¬ tions have past away it should be built with an eye to the requirements of the future The Bidewalks especi- Â¬ ally should be of sufficient width to enable two persons to pass without jostling against each other There are many large and fleshy people who have to pass across the bridge and the walkways on the present struct Â¬ ure are so very narrow that they cannot pass one going in an opposite direction with comfort and when two women walking abreast are met and many such couples seem to think that they are entitled to the right of way over everyone else one has to turn edgewise and flatten himself out to get by at all Give us elbow room on the sidewalks if nothing more the body On Wednesday a bill was reported from the Committee on Printing to the House providing for the removal of the Capital to Lexington with the unanimous expression of opinion that it ought to pass It was ordered printed and laid over but will be snowed under as it will hardly get 67 votes and that is the number the Speaker has announced it must re- Â¬ ceive to pass it Journalist young fellow takes the blue eyed girl to a home of his own or your once bouncing boy now a man is given a partnership in the store be cmse he has just brought home somebody elses daughter and set up an establishment of his own to whom do you personally exhibit the wed- Â¬ ding presents and load up with the brides cake and to whom do you look for a complete description of the interesting event down to the last pickle fork and individual salt which once more means so much to you and a very few others and so little To this same edi to anybody else tor of that same home paper And when trouble comes in the homo and you add to your poses sions that desolate bit of realty the lot in the cemetery and somehow the sun doesnt seem to shine just as it used to and the flutter of crepe at the door and the odor of the tube- Â¬ rose in the front parlor and the chair that has for years been beside yours at the fireside and opposite you at the table is vacant when all this happens who makes it his busi- Â¬ ness to write in tender strain of the one whose life has grown to be a part of yours and whose sympathy and good deeds to others have long been known and recognized if never pub- Â¬ licly announced The editor of the home paper and hes only too willing to do the little that he can to help you over the hard Bpot in the road And all these years youve advertised in this home paper and done what you could to help the editof to fight your battles in municipal and county matters and encouraged him as he has worked to build up the town and bring business to it How is it Have you Weekly Â¬ W McKEE HARD2E DETJV GIST KY HALLS OLD STAND FRANKf ORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE Jan 2l ly 0 L GAYLE Ill s 11 lEHD POTTES JDttjXiTi iut 236 ANN STREET STOVES AND TINWARE Alaska Charcoal Filled Refrigerators The Quick ileal sales In SI0V6S 1891 Tho Verdict Unanimous loo to have tbo ordict of the jury A great jary composed unanimous an unanimous verdiot on Dr Hales Household Cough Cure asa medicine m amounted to 86212 It pleases the lawyer and his client of the American pnblio has rendered Base Ball The first game of the base ball sea eon was played Tuesday afternoon at Lake Park between the Mutuals of Louisville and the Frankfort Olub in which our boys wore done up by a a score of 9 to 12 The nine present- Â¬ ed by the home management was not as strong as it might have been made while the Mutuals were made up of picked men from several clubs in the Falls City Roxie Davis who caught last year for the Frankforts being of the number Our boys had not practiced enough to play well to- Â¬ gether while the team work of their opponents was very good Under the circumstances we have nothing to be ashamed of as the prettiest plays during the game were made by Henry Lindsoy at first and Sherloy Wintersmith at short while the pitching of McParland was first claso and Will McOluro caught two very It is too difficult flys in right field early to judge of what the club will do as two of the best men Wicks Lindsoy and Frank Barret have not yet returned from school arid it is the intention of the managers to strengthen other weak points as soon as possible Strawberry Festival The ladies of tho Baptist Church will give a strawberry festival in the chapel on Wednesday evening next June 7th The price for a dish of berries with cream and cake will bo only 25 cents and tho ladies hope all their friends will be present New House For Sale I offer for sale my new house which is just completed on Holmes street 30 lt1 ngrcoing that its promises of a speedy How many remedies there are which merely oure for coughs colds and bronchial rellevewthout uprooting disease The contrast troubles are always carried out to with hterllug modlclnes which such palliatives the lotter This pleasant verdict has all orJ not only euchances the dignity of the iot been obtained without Qxeai pains former but serves to emphasize the folly of em taken to mka it the best cough cure Try a bottle when ploying half way measures when thorough ones on the market are avauume a marKeu instance oi una is me you have a cough or cold and you effect on the one hand of liostetters Stomach unanimoua ever Hitters In cases of chills and fever and bilious will belong to the For sale by P H Carpenter remittent and on the other of ordinary remedies after In maladies of this type By the Bitters malarial drnggist 1 complaints In eve y stage nnd of the most malig typo are completely conquered und loe nant system They rarely upon j Â¬ Completely Uprooted ure If the their hold ever dislodged by the ordinary resources of medicine although their 8inptoms may un Â¬ questionably be mitigated through such means The same holds good of Indigestion biliousness kidney complaint rheumatism nervousness and debility By the Bitters they are cured when many remedies fall houso on Ann street For Sale or Rent My dwelling- tf J T Buckley -- The Quick Meal stiles since Its flrt appearance on the market run up to 101955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers absolute safety axalnst nccldei ts Because the Quick Meul Is the only stove having burners that cannot be opened farther than nccessury Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having a taiiK that cannot bo taken olf for lining un Â¬ less all the burners are tlcsed 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 tho nly stove having tliiss tubes to show the Urlpplne 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 Ger- Â¬ man silver which makes them absolutely Inde- Â¬ structible Because the Qulok Meal Is the only stove having a rlin on the cast Iron burner tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting themngalnst the dripping from the cooking essels I 7 April 52 tf Floating Theatre Orke McNairs Voyager Company gave several entertainments this week upon their floating theatre both at tho Bellepoint and city wharfs The company is a fair one and was well patronized They have a barge the lower deck of which con sists of a hall for theatrical purposes while the upper deck is fitted up in regular steamboat style with staterooms for the accomodation of the company They have a towboat which tows them around from place to place in the different rivers and can travel about very cheaply and comfortably Â¬ THE HOME PAPER A Little Story From Real Life That Carries a Moral When you got married to the bright Â¬ est and best girl in the county whore did you look for that notice that meant so much to you and so little to nearly everybody else To your When your home was invaded by tho blue eyed girl or the bouncing baby boy to whom did you make it your business to convey early infor Â¬ mation as to the sex the time and the weight To the editor of that home paper In after years when some manly home paper 1WWAWTIHV Mar 18 ly 1 II A III AX Mr Â¬ Lawn Mowers 1 Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I DPRICES Lead The Market s incix 400 ffpalfl Baking oiEaz - ZMriFaionsr e 450 B00 The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millionsof Homes April 15 J B Hamilton 40 Years the Standard Or mLmmLmD3mjLmL yy n lr 323 BIBOiLDTAY Street kifllflfiiHl 5 l 1 Deeiing Binders jointed platform with their handy No binder trucks needed The perfect machine made by the largest Farm Implement Factory in the world Let us furnish you a SI 1 flnnw J 18ffl1M MOWERS AND BINDER TWINE bakJ mntl tmnM H fll or any style vehicle you may need Some special bargains in 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¬ HARNESS SADDLES AND Fine Lag Robes a Lap Robes and Dustersfrom 50 cents each on up m Best Cultivators made Improved Hay Rakes Single and Double Shovel Plows and extras for same teWf JSft One second hand Threshing out fit for sale at a big bargain I Iy V 9-- THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND WOBKS STERLING - SILVER - N OVELTIES K W li Ooppe2rsmitIi7s HAT PINS HAIE PINS STICK PINS BOOK MARKS HAT MARKS PIN TRAYS SOUVENIR SPOONS The best of attention given to repair department and satisfaction guaranteed and not to be excelled in workmanship V w - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT town FRANKFORT JUNE 3 1898 tend the annual commencement exercises June 4 8 for one of which Â¬ w L N TIME TABLE is now iu The following time table effect upon the L fc N rond TBAINB WE8T No231oavoBFrnnkfort No 19 leaves Frankfort t rfort No 18 leaves No20 leaves Ne 24 arrives No 22 leaves TBAINB EAST No 17 leaveB Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort r50 305 p m 735 p m leaves Frank- 600 a m 1015 a m 443 p m G85 p jm 935 a m am 20 SO mixed train 855 pm Frankfort Auohorago and No 20 will stop at for Ohristiansburg for passengers Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 oonnoot at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 connect at Anohorago for Bloomfleld Branoh H B Loobdon Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Agent I D HI KELLEY The annual commencement exer- Â¬ PRKPAKKDBTTHK near Miss Lillie Witherspoon a member cises at Excelsior Institute OF CINCINXAT 10 will De at the Kentncky YetBrinaryMerlicine Co of the class has placed us under ob- Â¬ Jetts will be held in the parlor of the principal Mrs Eudora L South ligations MT STERLING KY and on Friday next the 9th inst Advertised Letters at Frankfort only those especially invited will be IN LEXINGTON KY Kentucky KEHIUCKY VETERINARY expected to attend There will be only one graduate from the Institute Saturday Juno 10 1893 MEDICIHE Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ this year wm J-- vw rKco tised letters for the week ending HEMORRHOIDS Piles without surelca San operation mid with little cured pain Captain Sweeney U S A June 3 1893 or no Diego Cal says Shilohs Catarrh REKEULNCES Lewis Addie Arnold Oinnie Remedy is the first medicine I have W McKeo Iliinllo Frankfort Ky Luinie Henry Beard Edward i ever found that would do me any J A sicott Frankfoil Ky l TRADEMARK McKee H C Bolton Lula W good Dr E M tiober Frankfort Ky Priced cents Sold by 21 Margin James Orutcher John J T Stiiten Frankfort Ky SlcKee Hardio V Borberluli Frankfort Piatt Annio Uann Jesse ANTIOSTINE c for Splints Curbs Spavins Rev L P Hulett Reason Ky Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ Dawson Melissa Trice Joe H McClurc Frankfort Ky fluenza Distemper etc Reel and Gall OintSaddles from 3 to S25 Harness AV J tiushes FranKfort Ky Dizzam Theopilus Robinson Oashers Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions ment from 5 to 60 Mastin Bros lioumon John navlil Sloore Benson Ky Elliott Enoch Phjslc Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Jas M Wtthrow Frnnkloit Ky Worm Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ Robinson Willie Griffith Allie ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing Tutt Geo Garvin Annias KELLEYS offlceuivl residence Is at 269 Cough Mixture DR Fluid Mineral West Eighth street Cincinnati unu w hero he may Tonic and ConditionAlterative Stuart Laura Graham S Powders be founil every day of each week extent SATUR Sellers Saml Ham Jack DAYS xainrhlets describing these diseases Wells Eliza Jackson Isley and tho mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY 31 D by audresslnx Young Marcus Janes Robt 25 W Eight at Cincinnati 0 Kemen Annio DRUGGIST 206 St CLAIR STREET HALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLD STAND When calling for these letters say advertised J M Saffell P M Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky cllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllllllllg College to their friends to at- Â¬ Commencement at Excelsior Yeterinary Remedies V I phos2Tis hotsl z ii trm Vji -- - Â¬ jJlP9fRQ Â¬ W McKee Hardie 18 Cra Feb i i College Commencement The closing exercises of the Emi Â¬ nence College took place on Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of this week On Tuesday evening the pupils gave an entertainment in the chapel of the college on Wednesday evening an elocutionary contest took place at the Odd Fellows Hall Mrs W Leslie Collins of this county presenting two priszs a gold and a silver souvenir spoon to the successful contestants On Thursday afternoon the com- Â¬ mencement took place in the Christ Â¬ ian Church There wore a number Â¬ Â¬ 5100 Howard 100 1 1 II hi v Tho readers of the Roundabout that will be pleased to learn thero is at leBt one dreaded disoaso that science lias boon able to cure in all Re stages aud thatiB Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the onlypoeitivo cure now known to tho medical fratornity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requlroa n constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and muoeus surfaces ef tho system thereby destroying the foun dation of tho disoaso and giving tho patient strength by building up the eon sti button and assisting nature in The- proprietors doling its work havo so muoh faith in1 its ouralivo that they offdr Ono Hundred hilars for any case that it fails to of graduates cure Send for list of testimonials Prof W S Giltner the able and CO F J OHEENBY energetic president under whoso Toledo O 2 efflolent management the college has JjST Sold by druggists 76o for over thirty years has prospered Is Marriago a FailuroP surrendered the active management of the institution to Prof A B Have you been trying to get the Gordon of Lancaster who will open best out of oxistenco withont health in your family Have you been tho sohool in the fall Professor Giltner however will not woaring out you life from the offecta Liver Complaint sever his connection with the col of Dyspepsia Are you sleepless and Indigestion at logo entirely but will still remain night Do you awake in the morning its nominal president and teach some fouling languid with coated tongue and sallow haggard looks Dont do of the higher classes it A uhottt iu tho camp tells hew Very neat and attractive engraved Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has you Trial invitations have been issued by tho cured others it will euro size 50o at imukage freo Largo young ladies who will graduate from Chapman Williams 40 tho femalo department of George Â¬ Â¬ - SEWING ROYAL I MACHINE MONON THE- - HiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiimwiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiG WARRANTED ROUTE 5 YEARS OB5T3E EJMJfOY The Direct and Popular Line to Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acta gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ HICAGO fc tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual And all Points NORTH and WEST Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taBto and acVestibuled Trains ceptable to tho stomach prQinpt in its action and truly beneficial in its Bllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllt Dining Car Services cflccts prepared only from the most R Has a Largo nigh Arm Palace Ohair Oars healthy and ngreeable substances ita g Has a Solr BotUnp Needle Haa a Solf threadlng Shuttle many oxcellent qualities commend it lias No Equal In CoustruoUon Pullman Buffet Sleepers to all and havo made it the most 5 Has a Mechanical Appearance H lias an Elegant Finish B Uaa a Perfeot Adjustment popular remedy known a logltlve Take up And Only First Classs Accommodations Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c s lias StvllHk Furniture Uaa For Further Information Address nil leading drugECaa Moro Good Sowlnp QuaUtlei and s and SI hottles by P does a Larecr ILanco of General Work r Any reliable druggist who 5 than any Sewing Machine In the World gists not havo it on hand will pro may W G Crush D F I Ml B L Bryant G P A Examine THE ROYAL for points ef euro it promptly for any ono who you will exoellenoe and LOUISVILLE KY wishes to try it Do not accept any buy no other 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRtiP CO NY i X RQYAL - - S U CORncVfflri -- I - -- III - I a i OR i SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK LOUISVILLE KY siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiN Jan itMJui Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 HUff itVniiMiiiiMMii VtiiViV ittefriti arilii- - m 6 I ww wwwi w w ii nliiiHi hiiii ii iiiimim am p n i i The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator ffHS fill 1 1 8 IS NO NEW EXPERIMENT lij ll r 1mm Hi Ml z ii gssyyy 3S9EWE32Ef It has been WPJPHHBr IIP My customers advertise They can take out and sell it for me because they are pleased with it the flues and clean them It is charcoal lined It takes very little ice to keep it cold It is handsome enough to put in your Call and examine it dinning room sold in this city for the last four years or o ir T jpy AN OPERATIC TREAT PlEtliOMSSS XTCLOIMC ThK RHP 800 to 7500 mXSS MHSJHiBMS c TCSw TT Tig fltaJI GIRLS WHO USE Religious Chawed His Ear u WELL BRED SOON WED Methodist Church Rev H G The Engagement of Duff Opera Thursday afternoon Abner Sinclair Company the First Appear- Â¬ and Bert Evans two boys about Henderson the pastor will preach ance of the Noted Troupe to morrow morning at 11 oclock and seventeen years of age got into a 730 p m in the South difficulty in the pool room of Mr O Sunday school at 930 a m League meets in The Bpworth Next weeks great event the visit F Proehl on St Clair street and the evening at 700 in the class room for the first time to thic city of the J after some blows were struck they O Duff Opera company promises to clinched and Evans got the lobe of 1VBV UBOrtB be the most successful socially and UHKISTIAN UiiUKUH Sinclairs left ear in his mouth biting Â¬ Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- artistically that Frankfort has known it entirely off The boys were sepmorrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ in some time Although numerous efforts have arated Evans was arrested and gave ning at 730 The Young Peoples Society of been made to bring this famous or- Â¬ bond for his appearance Sinclair Christian Endeavor will hold its ganization South no manager has was taken to the office of Dr E E weekly prayer meeting in the until the present time succeeded an doing so At the close of its annual Hume who sewed the portion of the Lecture Room at 650 engagement in Louisville Mr Duff ear on again and hopes to save it company First Presbyterian Church Rev has invariably taken histhe North Evans had an examining trial yester- Â¬ the large J McOlusky Blayney D P will back tothat he hascities ofbroken this day afternoon before Judge B G Now once occupy his pulpit to morrow morning p ra as rule the management of the Opera Williams at 11 oclock and at 73J House hopes and is certain that usual For Senator meeting of the Frankfort will give the singers such The weekly prayer Young Peoples Society of Christian a cordial and enthusiastic reception Hon W W Stephenson the pres- Â¬ Endeavor will be held in the lecture that they will return every season The advance sale of seats for next ent Representative of Mercer county room of the church at 7 ooloak to Â¬ weeks engagement will open on morrow evening Wednesday morning If Frankfort in the Legislature is announced in follows example of other cities another column as a candidate for Southern Presbyterian Church where the most noted of American Senator from the district composed this Rev W G Neville the Pastor will companies has appeared the entire of Franklin Anderson and Mercer occupy his pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ house will be Bold before night 11 oclock and at 730 p m ing at On Friday evening be given the counties Mr Stephenson has made Young Peoples Society of Chris first production herewill the great a faithful and efficient representative of tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in opera by the youthful Maseagin is now serving his second term and the Pastors Study As a relief Cavalleria Rusticana look to the fascinatingly morbid charac- Â¬ if elected to the Senate will dis- Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev E A ter of this work it will be followed after the interests of the entire Penick the rector will occupy his by Gilbert and Sullivans bright trict with equal energy and faithful- Â¬ pulpit to morrow morning at 11 operatta Cox and Box introduc Â¬ ness He is a clever gentleman who ing a number of artists not in the cast is worthy of the favorable consideraoclock and in the evening at 730 of Cavalleria Rusticana tion of the people of this county UaTuulij Church The usual Increased Acreage services at the Church of the GoodÂ¬ Shepherd tomorrow will be conThe rains the latter part of last ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor week and the first part of this week High mass at 8 a m low mass gave the farmers a splendid season for at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m setting tobacco plants which was O Tay Â¬ eagerly taken advantage of and it is Baptist Church Rev W lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit safe to say that every plant in the in f rnrti onfT nnr Sore to morrow morning at 11 and 8 p county large enough to set has been a Guarantee Thront Sold by allDrucRi Bhilohi Porous m as usual Back or Chert and Re- Â¬ put out The high prices received For a Laae Side great satisfaction 85 cents Morning Subject Natural for last seasons crop caused a large Plaster will give vealed Religion SHILOHS VITALIZER Sunday school at 930 a m in the increase in the acreage over last Mrs T S Hawkins Cfoattanoogncnn Bays chapel hi CT1Ia1i1i lMlfVI l VIjIJi ni t jjivju year and the outlook for one of the OMituffr o r wv Tt1 mtrr largest crops ever raised in this I ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Deaths trouble It excels Price 75 eta county is very flattering BSk CATARRH Taylor Mrs Robert B Taylor Fifty cents is a small doctor bill residence of her huB but that is all it will cost you to oure jr died at the REMEDY ordinary case of rnehumatism zr band at Louisa Lawrence county anyyou use iwttiiii noml Tf wlll Chamberlains Pain Balm to on Monday after a lingering illness if it and you will be surprised at the rclKndreyou Wto Try 1 r successful treatment is furnished Mr Taylor who prompt relief it affords The first ap- - lector bilohfl Remedies are sold by ua on a with consumption a widower with win quiet cne pain ou cent guarantee to give satisfaction has now been left was born in Elication sale by J W Gayle For sale by W McKee Hardie two children both boys 39 lm juijJjo uuu biahi Jan liS iy many friends this city where he has with and relatives who sympathise BiaraqouTT Trimmed Bonnets and Hats MflBTUQcmrrr him in his bereavement We will put on sale Tuesday and REYNOLDS-r-M- rs Nannie Reynolds Wednesday May 30th and 31st 50 wife of B F Reynolds Esq of Shel- Â¬ trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats at by county died in Louisville on remarkably low prices Sam D Johnson Co The de- Â¬ Thursday of last week m of Dr O ceased was a sister-in-laCREAM H Reynolds of this city Printed Dotted Swiss 500 yards at 16s cents worth 30 cents A Leader Co Sam D Johnson Since its first introduction Electric YEARS FOR m Bitters has gained rapidly in popular Ha led all Worm Remedies favor until now it is clearly in the Ginghams EVERY BQTTIE GUARANTEED lead among pure medicinal tonics 1200 yds Ginghams 16s cts re- Â¬ and alteratives containing nothing SOLD EVERYWHERE 1500 which permits its use as a beverage duced from 25 cts 10 cts yds Toile Prtptrtd byBICmBPS0yTATLOBim CO BTtOCM or intoxicant it is recognized as theÂ¬ du Nord Ginghams yds Goodreduced Apron beBt and purest medicine for all ail from 12 cts 700 Stomach Liver or Kidneys Ginghams 5 cts reduced from 7J ments of It will cure Sick Headache Indiges Â¬ cts G Co Sam D Johnson tion Constipation and drive Malaria 38 tf guar from the system Satisfaction anteed with each bottle or the money TUB- Fancy Wool Dress Goods Price only 50o will be refunded per bottle Sold by P H Carpen Â¬ Wo have marked down all of our 2 ter Fancy Wool Dress Goods Call and see them before the stock is broken Co Sam D Johnson surpass any house In hosiery we can in the city in low prices j m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married July2 ly L B I s CTeact House Cleaning Try It In W A STcwx MARSHALL GAINES L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage city and country property for sale at all times A good tine of both OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET J FOR RENT OF SIX A BRICK RESIDENCE L given Muy 1st Broadway Possession B MARSHALL ROOMS ON A Agents FINE FARM 210 OF CHOICE LAND OF on uACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort jSfSHiLOHSa FOR SALE A BRICK DWELLING Clinton street between tmn ABPjjw OF SEVEN ROOMS ON in one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock In barn and all other necessary improvements order to sell immediately we are authorized to offer this property ut less than its value Pdsesslon given 1st of March For further In Â¬ formation apply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL i Frankfort Ky Ann and High MASHALLicoAgent FOR SALE Twenty shares of Frankfort National Bank Stock Apply to FOR SALE Tnis is one of the best built residences in the city Apply to THE BRICK RESIDENCE OF DR W B ROD on Main street containing ten rooms L B MARSHALL CO Agents fHILOHSv LiBiMARSnALLC0 Arents FOR SALE PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelby of one streets South Frankfort consisting buildinglarge lots brick residence and ten vuluable Cream of the We consider this property the 1 unquestionably the best to be us It Market had in the city If you wish a deslrablo location a homowe would advise you to purchase one for of the lots while they are to be had L B MARSHALL BUILDING LOTS 0 N HOLMES n AND ANN 3TREETS FOR SALE PPy LB MARSHALL CO Agents Agents CO WORMS WHITES 20 w VERMLFME street consisting of a brick residence of 5 rooms and about two acres of lund This prop Â¬ on account of the largo OF SIX ROOM8 WITH LARGE erty is well located and RESIDENCE In South Frankfort The resi lot will be a good Investment in addition to mak very desirable Ijome Jgterm apply to dences of six rooms each on Cross street in a FORRENT ApiyoMARsjuLL FORSALR rnllE T EXDM PROPERTY ON MURRAY Â¬ South Side C0 Agt8i Agents TABLERSpirC OINTMENT CUBTES HOTHIHG BUT A OO-A-I-- iÂ¬ buckeyeDLC PILES SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES STWUIB lUCIUnP80HTmORM8P CO H MATTEEU WILL CONTINUE THE old stand near Railroad Bridge With our new elevator and Bli for screening and the llxtures and nppllancescheaply will be pre Â¬ handling coal rapidly ond Â¬ pared to 111 orders on short notice to suit pur Â¬ Have Just received n supply of Pitts chasers burgh and best qualities of Kanawha Coal Hope our friends ond others who wint to buy will give Mayl3 lm us a call HUGHES BLACK Business at S Blacks i o Ffl illfijillllll W J CHINN JR J M Parasols Umbrellas and Fans largo and attractive For Rent My house in South We have alow prices Possession given imme stock at very Frankfort Co Sam D Johnson Guy Barrett diately Â¬ 39 tf S Harris Frtptred bj 34 tf Job work neatly exe Â¬ 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY cuted at this office Will practice in all State Courts Office second floor Custom House fa U nJlUli jtlilj z KGKM m r7wj vvf1 7 11 Hudson Humphpi 6S i Ready Made Clothin g 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 am V G Â¬ Tailoring Department The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shail be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an examination to convince yor of its superiority Our S p f i ng Hats are in and we can in dulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ JjL tevv 1C s s fcr Si- - Kb 3 E L WORLDS FAIR NOTES gumpnnes casseii Hudson Humphries mmrnmmmcwvrwrvsi2 Ml ANNOUNCEMENT Getting Beady to Open Messrs Max and Abe Hartstein came Sunday Smash Up Miss Gertrude South and her guest Miss May Wright of Arkansas THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC ii a i down Monday to make arrangements ibr opening their new store on Main street The building of the division wall between the W A Gaines Co new building and the building they will occupy has progressed sufficient ly to enable them to move in about the 20th when they expectto open up one of the finest stocks of dry goods and notions ever brought to this city They are gentlemen of experience in the business and their former resi- Â¬ dence here gave them a thorough knowledge of the demands of the trade in this city which will enable them to meet the wants of all cnstomers They are polite and accomodating gentlemen whose fair and honorable dealing will not be long in regaining for them their old standing as mer Â¬ chants among our people Â¬ A Few Pointers About Chicago Thrown up His Job several years been the manager of the Frankfort Brewing Company has tendered his resignation to take ef fect to day The step was taken of Mr Jos G Sohweers who has for r I his own accord as he wishes to go into some other business Under his effloient management the company had built up a good business and were on the road to prosperity Whether he remain hero or go into business elsewhere he has the best wishes of a host of friends for hiB success in life He will bo succeeded by Mr Will Mandlohr who for several years has boen the book keeper for the com- Â¬ ones as were ever brought to this city His wagon is making regular trips to the city every day and will make engagements to supply them in large quantities for preserving From the sample he has sent to this office we are inclined to think that his erop is even finer than last year They wero delightfully flavored as well as of fine size As a great many readers of the from the home of Miss Roundabout will make their first Two new steel passenger steamers have trip the Worlds Souths mother near Jett Station Fair toa Chicago duringregarding the just been built for this Upper Lake route few pointers and when they were coming down geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ costing 300000 each and are guaranteed largest safest into the city their horse took fright ciated In the first place fix firmly to be the grandest the Lakes speedand 20 fastest steamers on near the cemetery gate and ran away in your mind that Lake Michigan miles per hour running time between boundary the Their buggy collided with another forms city eastern you stand of the Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than facing and if entire Four trips per week standing in front of Ohurch Brothers the lake with both arms outstretched 50 hoursDetroit Alpena Mackinacbetween Petos Toledo stable both vehicles were smashed the left hand will point to the north key and Chicago Daily trips between up and the young ladies were thrown 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 to the ground bruised and shaken up route to the Worlds Fair buildings tained giving a daylight ride across Lake but escaped serious injury situated at the southern end of the Erie Dally service between Cleveland city Paster this in your hat and you and First class stateroom Nice Berries have the key to the entire situation accommodations and menu and exceedComing into Chicago on trains Tho palaMr George W Brock of the Forks Big Four Route which is the of the ingly low Round Trip Rates the appoint- Â¬ only tial equipment the luxury of of Elkhorn neighborhood who fur Â¬ railroad having an entrance on the ments makes traveling on these steamers nished our citizens with such nice south side along the lake front where thoroughly enjoyablo Send for illus- Â¬ A Schantz and houses strawberries last season is again in all the hotels you boarding yourself tratedApamphlet Address A Steam Nav are located will find GP Detroit Cleveland the market with a crop of as fine passing practically through tne expo- Â¬ Co Detroit Mich started to drive in to church Sunday morning Avoid tho heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Navigation Company For Senator We nre authorized to announce Hon W W STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a candidate for Senator from tbls district subject to tbe tion of tbe Democratic party ac- Â¬ June 8 te FAT PEOPLE Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No injury to tbe health No Interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up and Improve the general Health beautify tbe complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass writes Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re- Â¬ duced my weight from 2125 pounds to 190 and I nover felt better In all my life I am much pleased with the result and shall do all I can 10 help you Our patrons Include Physicians Bankers Lawyers aud leaders of Society Our goods are not sold In drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our ottlce Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three pnekages for 500 by mall pre- Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ PONDENCE W1LLARD To reduce your weight SURFLY use Wlllards Â¬ Put-In-B- ay Â¬ Â¬ CONFIDENTIAL REMEDY CD BOSTON MASS AplS 6m Admitted the Facts Newspaper editors have to be very oareful in opening their columns for statements Bat aware that the Dr Miles Medical Co are responsible wo make room for the following tes Â¬ timonial from R MoDougallAuburn Ind who for two years noticed a stoppage or skipping of the pulse hi loft side got so tender he could not Ho on it his heart fluttered he was alarmed wont to different dootors found no roliof hut ono bottte of Dr Miles New Hoart Cure cured Mm The ologaut book 4Now and StartÂ¬ ling Facts free at J W Gaylos It tells all about hoart and nervous disÂ¬ eases and many wonderful cures 3 pany m Mrs B C Bhoa i Of Milford Nb says she suffered greatly from a com plication of dis Â¬ eases of female weakness and livor And kidney troubles Her health was ully restored by using Dr Hales BuoUtaa Am Salve Household Tea the most pleasant Tke bas4 bh1vw feattie wadd for and effective medicine known 26c Cuts Uteecs Salt and 6O0 per paokage at PH Carpen Â¬ Rhesra Brutes So Bevertfksr4tr Chapped 1 drugstore ters Hands OHttblotaa Gores and all 8fclnErnptioa0TBd positively onxos Last Chanoo Piles or no pay- required It is guar Â¬ anteed to givosalkfeetion or money This is the last month in whioh refunded Price 36 oente per box For sale by Foil Oabpbnteb guesses can bo made on the jar of pins 8 ly tit Weitzol ODonnells and all those having tiokots are requested to sond them in at ouoe Those who Buys a No 1 or 2 Ramblor with wish to make guesses are invited to non slipping corrugated tiros fully call and do so 80 lt warranted Roberts agent 1 sition grounds ana a magnificent pan- Â¬ oramic view of the fair is obtained At the Worlds Fair station of the Big Four route if you step off at the right side you are at the entrance gate to the exposition and can begin doing the Fair at once if you step off on the left side you will find your- Â¬ self in the finest resident portion of Chicago and right in the midst of the Worlds Fair notel and boarding house district The chances are ten to one that you will be within a few minutes walk of the very place you have selected for your headquarters If you prefer to go down town ten minutes ride will bring you to the new Twelfth Street station In the heart of the oity Now bear in mind the manifest advantage of entering Ohioago on the Big Four route In the first place you avoid entirely the bother and trouble of a tedious trans- Â¬ fer aoross the city which is neces Â¬ sary via all other lines being landed directly at the exposition crrounds an advantage offered by no other line and in the second place you can so fix tho geography of the city in your mind that you will at once be- Â¬ come as familiar with Chicago as you are with your own town Another point in favor of the Big Four route is found in the fact that if you enter Cincinnati on the ueen Orescent route Louisville ashvillo R R Kentuoky Central Ry Chesapeake Ohio Ry or Bal Â¬ timore Ohio S W R R connection is made in Union depot avoiding tho disagreeable transfer necessary via all other lines For full particulars D B martin address General Passenger agent Cincinnati Our stock of vehloles was never bo large All grades all pricos Noth- Â¬ ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Get our prices before buying 37 Cheap Rates on the Midland May 20th to June 23d the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and Uovington at 305 for tho round trip limited to five days from date of sale Â¬ Work Worry fl and Disease are n formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of them at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Comtound Oxygen and ours only The count Â¬ runt this reply Our treatment is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The vnlue of these features Is obvious What about your need A book uf explanation and proof Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 1525 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa less demonstrations of 23 years war Hunters and Fishermens Rates Tho Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to parties of hunters and fishermen not less than three in party to points on O S R R at one and one third fare for the round trip and from Frankfort to Switzer ana return 30 cents to Elkhorn and return 25 cents Dec 24 ly Confedorato Ro union at Birming- Â¬ BLUE ham mm - HUB 1893 On July 10th to 19th the Kentucky Midland will sell tiokets to Birming Â¬ ham Alabama and return at one fare for the round trip account of the Confederate Re union 1893 SPRING Wanted Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to coll at our store for a bottle of Ottos Cure which we are distributing free of ohargo and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con sumption and all diseases of the throat and lungs It will stop a oough quicker than any known vemody Wowill guaranteo it to cure you If your ohildren havo croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant reliof Dont delay but got a trial bottle free Largo siio 50o Sold by Chapman Williams Â¬ TREES SMALL grape vines asparagus and every- Â¬ thing for tho orchard lawn i nd garden Prices low We sell direct and have no agents Cata- Â¬ logues on application to FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL H P HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky MurllSm WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W RBAZ ESTATE AGENT will alio h1t tf Mastin Bros 40 Franklin and tha adtolnlna oumtM an ipclal attention to tha ptuehaaaand tale ol rati aatata eoltatloa f truta aUlaa and the vafetlatiea of tetai PBACTICB IN THK COURTS or - laaB 1 rfttorrnftifvnr iAi 8 I 4 m graLgsjasgaai imMMTmBH Cents On the Dollar 75 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 THE KANGAROO Mens genuine Kangaroo Shoes all shapes worth S500 in lace and congress V V our price for the next two weeks only S3 50 Tan Patent Leathers 1 I 1000 and 81200 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 For choice the next two weeks of about 1000 Mens Fine Suits None like Ihem ever offered here before All colors Cheviots Serges Worsteds and Cassimeres Frocks ancrSacks 5TOTJ CAW GET TARKS Fourth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE 11 On our JOB TABLE most any thing you want in the shoe line for 50 cents on the dollar iit CRUTCHER LOUISVILLE KY STARKS FRANKFORT KY CRDTGHER Main Street FRANKFORT HWMMMHMI A A Merry Party Mr S French Hoge invited a party composed of MiBs Gertrude South of this county and her guests Miss May Wright and the Misses Thompson of Arkansas and Hon J C South of the same State who is visiting his mother near Jetts to accompany him on a tripover the Midland Wednesday after- Â¬ noon in the private car of Supt Geo At Georgetown they B Harper were joined by Misses Eva and Kitten Hoge who were returning from school in Cincinnati accompanied by Miss Marion of Fort Logan Colo- Â¬ rado and the Misses Boyden of Cin- Â¬ cinnati The entire party enjoyed the trip through the splendid Blue Gross country and had a very merry time Mr Hoge had provided refreshments which were served by trained waiters from the buffet and when the young people returned to the city in the evening they were delighted with V LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAE- - Worlds Pair and American Rail Â¬ ways KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1031 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1722 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 68881 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to this date amount to 72837 hhds Receipts and sales of burley tobacco have not been so large for the past week the quality aB a rule continues poor Prices tne latter part 01 tno AA1 the million he mineral inroflninnHnir r T L nt l cfAtiaf 1 Trash dark or damaged 3 005 tobacco Common Colory trash 4 25a Medium to good colory bacco 1802 orop resen trfciaEHgs I iiSfino4iipart 4 25 0 00 8 00 6 00 8 00 0 00 4 lAi From Shreveport VicksWg and tr e look for a Jackson another through sleeping car 1Ine comes to join ana bocome a of the magnificent vestibuled all -- widely know as the road running the Finest Trains in the South is in the field to carry everybody from the South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago No part of the Southern country is left uncared for by this great railway and its connections The Through Car System is an admirable exposi tion of the wonderful capabilities of From New American railroading Orleans through sleeping cars run daily morning and evening carrying its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- 111 V1I1W The Queen Cresent Route ALESME N WANTED -J Kentucky Midland By S lortest and quickest between AND Salary or Commission Paid Weekly steady work relluble stock outfit free no experience needed Write for terras and testi Refer to this paper monials CINCINNATI Â¬ FRANKFORT J NURSERYMEN April 15 Ut B- - HELLISCO OnlF direct line between ROCHESTER NY Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haywillfl and Paris Car Â¬ SADDLE STALLION Cyathiana Covington hi MIDLAND Utf iU LliOV UUIY HU1CUU month and FASHION NO 156 ASK National Sad Jle Horse Register FOR TICKETS TIA KY Common lugs not colory 6 uommon uoiory lugs Medium to gooa colory O A A UW0V 4tlAi JAUU A1TAW VUC fP UUW Vinaf AVV D UUOii MA UTUi AIIO U 8 00 10 00 lugs in the State Common to medium leaf 8 50fa 13 00 15 00 13 00 Medium to good leaf 15 uuw 20 00 The German Picnic Uood to line leaf Select or wrappery 20 OOGi 25 50 tobacco The German Benevolent Society went out to Marshalls grove on the Face and Figure Owenton pike Monday and spent the day and evening verv pleas Â¬ show it if youre a healthy woman Dancing Theyll have a beauty of their own antly in the woods Pe J kinds were no matter what your features and gameB of various 11 oclock feet health with its clear skin rosy amusements At the cheeks and bright eyes is enough to in the morning the Society formed in make any woman attractive procession in front of the Odd Fel Â¬ To got perfect health use faithfully lows Temple and marched through Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription the the streets preceded by the Frank Â¬ That regulates and promotes all im- Â¬ proper lunctlons of womanhood fort Cornet Band and followed by proves digestion enriches the blood gaily decornted wagons filled with dispels aches and pains brings re- Â¬ children All who attended enjoyed freshing sleep and restores health the day as only our German citizens flesh and strength For periodical pains prolapsus and can other displacements bearing down sensations and female complaints Kentucky Illinois generally it is so effective that it can be guaranteed If it doesnt benefit Fwu ariTilll ILL Mrs H J or cure you have your money back NaboM vrrUe tIfeaT weim m4c Is anything that isnt sold in this way your renediefl rbrTwurafola ad am likely to be just as good m greatly bootoL My book w al most on ootid mm Tm fcooeo of Small Farm for Sale QiafeMfft Dr Â¬ trash mie Wmmttim mtempmt Ko Vac feMroarad A small farm of twenty acres well From Ottre SIM Ky Mrs M J writea May JS isafe Wr improved and two miles from this daucfetor hew hn MMotod vmk city on a good pike is offered for sale at a bargain For terms c apply tocweJMlM te bar ttMAftOl inkmwr AfatBe jlaujar1 oid 3 mm and the famous Wills Sired by the Great Koscoe Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat Â¬ tanooga by the train from Jackson- Â¬ 1st dam by Beauty No 604 NSHBi ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan 2d dam by Muglc ta Georgia over the E T V Ga 8d dam by American Clay unu procerus nurm over mo ivy Note Foaled dark bay with Cincinnati Southern J points 151A hands In 1888Fine maw and tallblack beautiful scenery lots of style and a high of wonderful bone with through the grandest natural horse sub and most attractive historical coun- Â¬ stance and endurance Ills breeding traces to great saddle horses as Roscoe Blue Jeans such try in the world to Oakdale where 8 Rob Roy 62 Denmark F 8 and Copperbot another magnificent Pullman car is toni F 8 recieved coming from the Richmond TEHM will make the season at Belle Orore and Danville system from Charleston Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort ut S 0 through Columbia S 0 the 15 FOR A LIVING COLT beautiful French Broad country and Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten- 4 cash premium of 25 will be given for the best cole by him foal of 94 nessee bee stud card for full The time to Chicago is made so as pedigree 4c be shown In Frankfort April Fashion to afford the most convenient hours Court Day will for departures from the principal SOOTH TRIMBLE Mar4 3m cities and arrivals in umcago Passengers can purchase tickets good over one line north of the river and returning via another if they deÂ¬ Chesapeake Ohio By sire a variable route without extra charge Or they can go via Cincin- Â¬ nati returning via Louisville or vice HEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ versa Round trip tickets on sale at re- Â¬ TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities duced rates Agents of Ohioago line will on request assist in looking up rooms or accomodation for visitors Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE to the Fair LEXINGTON and EASTERN Everything that an almost perfect system can devise to deserve the POINTS and patronage of the travel Time card In offect Nov 1st 1892 ng public has been provided Any BAST BOUND of the agents of the company named below will oheerfully give all possi Atlanta Express No 22 dally Lve Lexington 710 ble information and assistance R Midland Accom No W dally ex Sun 11 HO am a k II Garrett Now Orleans La I Vestibuled Express No 24 dally 010i u Mo Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun 5251 u Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Grecor Birmingham Ala E T WKST VOUMD Chariton Chattanooga Tenn W D Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun766 a m 0r D Louisville Express No 21 dally 1240 pm Edwards Cincinnati Ohio Lexington Accom No 25 dally exSun415 p m 30 tf Vestibuled Express No 23 daily 610 pm j s Â¬ Â¬ TJtAIHS BOM BT GEiTfliL STAtDABD TIME 18W8 TIME TABLE MAY 27 Â¬ TRAINS E AST U A M 1 No P M No 8 P K 1 No ll n Summit Elkhorn Swttzer stamping Ground LV Duvau Lt Johnson Lt Georgetown B Lt C S Depot Lt Frankfort Lr Lv Lr Lt COO COG en CIS CU2 Lt Newtown Lt Centrerllle Lt Elizabeth Ar farts c 639 044 662 660 709 718 723 737 Ml P M INo 2 No 4 350 360 102 410 421 428 488 4 41 1245 126 110 12ft l6 l 460 602 525 I CIO 51S 1 20 220 245 305 320 380 343 TRAIN8 WEST lA Lt Purls Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar O Ar Elizabeth Centervllle Johnson c No8INol HlPK b40 527 463 44 Newtown S Depot Georgetown Duvall 838 847 B 1017 1023 10 30 1042 1049 1050 1105 ass KM fsOO 100 90 60J 612 030 642 648 655 703 716 721 730 CS5 ArSUimpfriKOround Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A 830 662 705 715 785 765 810 820 4S A connects with L N B cpnnocts with Q A C C connect with K C and LS Effoctlve May 27th and during the summer the following Sunday schedule will be In ellect SUNDAY TRAINS No 6 leaves Frankfort 7 iR n m flfinmatrtxtm QJH fifpltrAu a f I bvw m UiD mil tuua n r II in J HO 3 loaves Frankfort 350 p m Georgetown 450 arrives at Paris 6 25 p in Wkst No G leaves Paris 930 a m GeorgeÂ¬ town 1005 urrlvea at Frankfort 11K alm No4 East uu at this office 37 20 Jtoaetwn tf tudo Bros Cultivators tongueless tbo best in tno market Kept by tf Mabtin Bros cures Dyspepsia n digestiori Debility BROWNS IRON BITTERS leaves Paris 060 pm Georgetown 030 urrlves ut Frankfort 7 30 p in Tlw Kentucky Midland Railway and connecSolid Vestibuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York tions form the shortest and cheapest ronte to all points north south east and west without change No Bus transfers rLeUnfornmton BPPlLtotue agents UWFDLLER C D BEROAW CBRYAN E B WEITZKL Genl Pass Agt Asst Genl Posb Agt Gen Pass Agt city Ticket Ageot Washington D C Cincinnati GEOB mBPKBOea Bupt - 1 Adtt HI