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The P Framfobt Roundabout A WEEKLY ij GEO A LEWIS Publisher PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO YOL XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power FEANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 10 1893 Latest U S Govt Report add forty more of matchless design and beauty and fill them with people from every nation and their most su- products and soil you Eerior to realize of mindcolossnl show what a has been opened to the publio at Chi- Â¬ cago The grounds on which the Fair liifsikiF iLin n iiirjciraKiniF3jniiTJipjdncindricirinni7iric rests are on the lake about a mile euuauauaiiucucaiiiieuauaaBrjcuuaiauaaaatiEJCiaand one half long by three quarters YOU wide Three years ago the site was a PROBABLY marsh but an expenditure of millions of dollars has excavated one and three quarters miles in length of lakes lagoons and basins constructed OIE2 miles ot broad walks and sodded hundreds of acres along the walks and around the buildings and otherÂ¬ wise by terraces fountains and flow- Â¬ ers transformed the marsh into a park of unrivaled beauty Of the principal buildings many of which are six seven and nine hundred feet Only is Cheap in length and of a corresponding pro- Â¬ goods sold portion in width with annexes and heights from 260 to 180 feet their de- Â¬ signs are regarded by the best archi Â¬ tects in this and foreign countries as the very perfection of that art in which Greece excelled and which in a later day has been poetically called 40 IS Bv i RpI Powder Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE ments aB you would become your- Â¬ self in a like peiiod of residence TIE I would therefore advise visitors to send to the railroads and certain hotels there like the Rossmore and of Aggregation of Buildings and others and get a mapFair both the grounds city and the Worlds and keep it within reach to help Sur- Â¬ Handiwork of Mankind steer yourself and the policeman cab or dub driver and guide to where passing Anything you may want to go A number of our party myself in- Â¬ Hitherto Known cluded secured quarters at the Uni Â¬ versity Hotel which is directly across Congress street from the Auditorium A Weeks Visit and What was one of the greatest hotels and in the Deduced From It in Re Â¬ theatres combined originally world three The University was gard to Clothes Sights large residences which the alumni of the University of Illinois converted and Expenses into a hotel in order to raise a fund for the purpose of building a ciub PARIS AND ANCIENT ATHENS house It is in charge of Mr Oh as A Kiler one of the alumni and is 1A1 rt M4- hIhIh juiunmo ll J a condition to which4 ft no neat yimu Frankfort to iurnisnuuinwitu A sudden jump from but kept Cincinnati is bewildering as every- one would find reason to take a except room My wife and I had one who has tried it is aware but to tion 16x16 on the first floor for about make the leap in one bound to Chica- which I paid two dollars a day for go is enough to set every wheel in both of us and we ate two meals a day the head going at such speed as to the at one of the best restaurants in city consisting of tenderloin require a month or more of solitude steak potatoes eggs bread butter each and profound rest and quiet to bring coffee c varied somewhatwhich c machinery to its normal day with chicken soup the entire some- Â¬ cost us motion This will help to account times sometimes 95 cents or 110 a meal or an average of for my inability to tell the tenth part 2 00 a day for meals for both Meals of all I saw during my weeks sojourn may even bo gotten for less than this in the wonderful White and Windy and I learned of a suite of three blocks of the cities and probably be the means of rooms within six two couples of Fair our grounds which sparing the lives of some oi tne party secured for five dollars It is faithful readers of the Roundabout questionable with me however On last Monday a week ago I at whether it is better to go close to the nine miles tended the meeting of the Kentucky grounds which are about from the center of the city and en Press Association at Louisville where joy four nights in the week on which the local fraternity had prepared a the grounds are not cp3n and obtain programme for our entertainment the pleasures of the ride both by lane ana ran uowii w ma gruuuuo that called forth the warmest praise If the present arrangement con- Â¬ of all the members After a recep- Â¬ tinues and you locate near the tion by the Commercial Club and the grounds you would probably be too nights the grounds Courier Journal and a banquet and tired on the fourup to the city and are closed to go fine music at Phoenix Hill Park ac- return about midnight alter a per companied by my wife I boarded formance at the theatre and you with the rest of the association the would therefore lose muoh of the visit to if Pennsylvania train formerly the J delights of a however Chicago car to save close enough M IJ on Tuesday morning bound fare to the grounds you would only be for the Worlds Fair The train was 140 a head better off in money eaoh in oharge of Passenger Agent Charles week than the one could bo who was in the center of the city Thero are H Haggerty who spared no pains to numerous ways of reaching the look after the pleasure and comfort grounds the Illinois Central furnish Â¬ of his guests To show the splendid ing a train every two minutes one condition of the road to the press the fast train that does not make a one instructions has been issued to open stop between Van Buren street square above the University Hotel allswitohes and give the right of until it arrives at the enteranco to way to our train and that great dis Â¬ the grounds and another train that tance of nearly 400 miles was made stops at many stations along the line eaoh way on the first is ten in seven running hours a speed that The fare on the other twenty cents cents and has not been equaled by any western The elevated and street cars within railroad Despite the rapidity with a square of University Hotel the lat which we passed telegraph poles and terroad on Wabash Avenue and State former between the stations there was so little jarring street and the two all carry passengers for five and and rocking of the cars that many on ten cents a trip Thw most delightful the train were writing almost as well route though of all but which takes as at home and many were wholly nearly an hours time aB for the trip some other nearly twice as muoh unconscious that we were actually routes and about three times as much traveling at times at more than a as the Illinois fast train is by the At Indianapolis a steel steamer Christopher Columbus mile a minute capacity dining car was attached to the train 862 feet long with a oarrying beautiful of 5000 passengers and a and though there were only about cabin of the very finest workmanship 150 people on board and accommoda and appointments The lake route tions at the tables for about 60 at affords a splendid view of the city and a sitting we ran so fast that we ate and the Worlds Fair vesselby looking impresses of and bit off to the off side the the over the half of Indiana oceans boundless the idea of the end of Illinois close up to the waste of waters But Im drawing near the pier at limits of Chicago the Worlds Fair and looking towards I dont like to say unkind things of peristyle inclosing tne great any place or person especially if I the square and fountain facing the ad- Â¬ have received better treatment from ministration building and I pause to either than I was entitled to expect take oreatii ana exciaim it is tne but I can not refrain from saying that most beautiful scene I ever looked upon when you who are going to the There are manv things that the Worlds Fair arrive at the depot in mind will fail to grasp until the eye Chicago do not look up with implicit has first beheld thorn let description perfect as the very best writers faith to cab or bus drivers policemen be as be able to perform the task and may or Worldss Fair guides aa knowing the Worlds Fair will certainly to any more than a sign post to direct the unfortunates who fail to see it be you in a general way north east included in tho list of the undefined and south or west Chicago is a city con which incomprehensible wonders of the imagination for many taining perhaps nearly as many Inhab years to come will be forced by the itants now is the whole oi Kentucky frequent recurrence of the sub and suoh a numerous influx of peo Â¬ ject to vainly essay a form When Louisville gaVo her great ple Booking employment has been Southern a few Exposition made as to mauo overy men mau in years ago it was thought to be some Â¬ the occupations mentioned as muoh thing remarkable in the extent of tho a stranger to his business require building but if to that building you s Wta It Quits -- Mit - WILL NEED A m WlilS FAIR Wire Screen the best M ttv iff sfc IUWBff- -- - 1 Â¬ - Â¬ f The buildings are constructed of wood or brick with iron frames and plastered on the exterior with a com position called stall wnich it is stated ia chiefly plaster of Paris As all are consequently white except the Transportation building which has been given many colors the Fair has been designated as the White City When to all this beauty you view the exhibits of history art and handicraft hear the music of the Thomas or Sousa orchestras and wit Â¬ ness the thousands of men and wo- Â¬ men strolling over the walks or glid- Â¬ ing in gondolas or swift moving electric boats on the lakes or lagoons you are likely to think that the Athens of Pericles has been restored on Lake Michigan and all that is mtfst perfect and beautiful in Paris of to day has been added to give it the finish of modern life and develop- Â¬ Space in this issue forbids that I proceed further but I conclude with the promise that as I have much more to relate Ill make a serial story of tne trip and now say continued in our next frozen music Hardware Merchant PGRAY -- Doors and only high grade by are 4 89000 Square Feet of Flooring rilled to its Utmost Capacity WITH HOUSE FURNISHINGS Of ment tbe Highest Merit Superior Quality Latest Styles Carpets Rugs Mattings Chamber Suits Folding Beds Wood Mantels - n nncta BQBcr Â¬ p n I mnni j nana asiBEi Linoleums Lace Curtain Wall Papers China Silks Hall Racks Parlor Suits BookCases Â¬ Â¬ ir Sv r EV - Formerly of this city have returned and will open their new store on Dining Room Furniture Chairs Rockers c MAIN STUEET Next to 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 BROWER SCOTT Lexington Kentucky FRAZEE Collins Bros HAEDWABE S T0EE Tf4E fJElU STOREI T7s7e Ib arsre cnor - T On or about ISTe-w- - 3tore open at ru P Â¬ JUNE 20THWith a complete line of ANN STREET 232 ready to give our friends 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 KJ U HANNEN HURSEY i I FANCY GOODS 11 IS BHD JACOB SWIGERT I35T3TT3RAaTCS CO Aa SKTXS TO- 4 Have Removed From the Batzeil Building Â¬ bin III June Mr filiJb -- ON MAIN STEET 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel BSTThey will fill this space With an entire new advertisement in Look out for bargains a short time W - ww IT ffl 1 W HO u Ir Given Awav T 4 m LOTTERY m 3 I H 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 SKDuring the dull season now coming on we will give with each cash purchase of ONE DOLLAR and upwards some useful china article such as CUPS MSH SMLE IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR - i 1 j A 100 Piece Dinner Set 3 styles 12 Piece Toilet Set 4 styles value 1250 1000 m iVH VrI For men ladies and children was never as complete as now line of IH W e also have a full M I8H MTAJ Hats Trunks low as Valises Sch Eli Our prices are as lowest and we the 1 invite a comparison ooks Sec MEAGHER June 3 4 1 MARSHALL Mr T Green of Louisville spent Sunday in this city Mrs Thos Allen is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Jeffersonvllle Ind Misses Louise and Lyne Pepper are home from school at Cincinnati Mrs W J Hendrick and Miss Sophia Handrick are at the Worlds Fair Miss Pickett Johnson is at home from a visit to Eastwood Jefferson county Mr and Mrs Frank Rodman of Cincinnati are visiting Mr and Mrs Joseph Rodman Mrs Johnston Barrett and Miss Mary Todd paid a flying visit to Car rollton this week Miss Mary Hill has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Miss Mary Morris Miss Gaines has returned to her home at Orescent Hill after a visit to Miss Jennie Gaines Miss Minnie Murray after a visit to Miss Rose Crittenden returned home to Oloverport this week Judge Brent and daughter Miss Maggie will go to Paris to day to re Â¬ main until the fall term of the Su- Â¬ perior Court Mr W M Kavanaugh of the Little Rock Gazette will arrive in the city to day accompanied by his Mr Kavanaugh wife and children will remain a few days bus his wife and children will spend the summer with Mr Kavanaughs mother Gen D W Lindsey and General Superintendent George B Harper of the Kentucky Midland were in charge of a party from this city who They are visiting the Worlds Fair left here Monday and intend to re Â¬ main two or three weeks The party is composed of Gen Lindsey Misses Katie Lindsey Maria Lindsey Re Â¬ becca Averill Emma Morris Natalie John and PERSONAL Mrs Frank Kennedy is visiting in Lexington Mr J W Gayle was at the Worlds Pair this week Mr Sam Smith was at the Worlds Pair this week Mr Jo Graddy of Versailles was in town Sunday Mr and Mrs C M Walcutt have returned from Midway Miss Alice Trabue is visiting Miss Virgie Johnson in Louisville Miss Addie Mai Read of Louisville is yisiting Miss Alma Scofleld Miss Kate Murphy went to Lexing- Â¬ ton Thursday to visit relatives Mr Woodson Woods of St Louis is here visiting his mothers family Mr James Saffell is ill at the home Judge W H Sneod of his Mrs Egbert Stephens returned Lome from Aberdeen Ohio Tues- Â¬ son-in-law day Miss Ella Williams went to Jeffer sonville Ind Thursday to visit friends Mr and Mrs Wm H Newhall jr returned Tuesday from a trip to Chicago Miss Nora Ringo of Ashland is visiting Mrs S B Holmes on Wap ping street yesterday Cincinnati this week and returned cess Mr and Mrs A F Respess went to in this city and Bellepoint Miss Alma Scofleld entertained Monday evening at her homo on the South Side in honor of her guest Miss Addie Mai Read Rev Geo Darsie leaves Monday to attend the annual commencement of Bethany College where he delivers an address before the Alumni Associ tion Miss Eva Macklin of this city was graduated with honors at Science Hill Academy in Shelbyville Wed- Â¬ ho is now at home for the nesday summer Misses Louise and Ellen Claiborne of Richmond Va are spending a few days in this city with Miss Mary Mason Scott on their way to Hart county to visit Mrs S B Buckner Mrs Marvin D Averill entertained friends at tea at her country home near Farmdale Tuesday even- Â¬ ing in honor of her guests Mrs Reese and Mrs Llewellyn of Missouri On Monday the following people from this city registered at the Kentucky building at the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs George A Lewis Mr Sam South Miss Belle Giltner and Mr M L Buckner George D Single formerly of this city and Thum Brothers of Pueblo Col have begun the publication in the latter place of the Society Em- Â¬ blem a neat and readable paper which it is hoped will meet with suc- Â¬ Â¬ Ohio are visiting relatives nuino limp BUT OF- - HAEDSOME -- PATTERNS LOW PRICES R ROGERS Births Saturday to the wife of Wm N Heffner a son Wm N jr Johnson Wednesday to the wife of Mr R C Johnson a son si U S SON Now Try Tills 3 A Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier of Miss Dolly Sample of Owensboro this city who has been spending the is in the city visiting Mr and Mrs F winter with her sister Mrs HawÂ¬ W Sample thorne Hill at Bonsonhurst-by-the-Se- a Long Island returned home last Miss Lena Stone is homo from a accompanied by Mrs Hill and visit to relatives at Midway and weektwo little sons Henry Sawyier her Georgetown Heffner Henry F Duncan returned Tuesday from a visit to her mother near Cincinnati Mr J N Miles attended a meeting of Central Kentucky Millers at Lex Â¬ ington Thursday Mr and Mrs Georgo A Kondrlck returned Tuesday from a visit to rel Â¬ atives in Louisville Mrs Kate Wiley went to Franklin Illinois Wednesday to join Mr Wiley in their future home Mr Chas Herd has gone to Boone ville Owsley county to sojourn a week or more with his relatives Miss Ada McEwan came home Monday from Oircleville Ohio where she has been visiting her relatives Mr Wm Neal Ions returned from Burlington Iowa to accept employ ment again with Mr John Buck Â¬ ley Mrs H A M Hondoraon and daughter Miss Ceoile of Hartwoll Mrs t or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or money will be paid back Sufferers Are you insured If not now is from La Grippe found it just the the time to provide yourself and fam Â¬ thing and under its use had a speedy and Hawthorne jr ily with a bottle of Chamberlains and perfect recovery Try a sample Mr Sam 0 Bull went to Greenville Oolio Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme bottle at our expense and iearn for dy as an insurance against any seri- Â¬ yourself just how good a thing it is - uv w IIWVV ous results from an attack of bowel Trial bottlesfroo at Phil Carpenter IVV 0 Bull jr to Miss Alice Archer ol complaint during the summer months Drug Store Large size 50c 100 Do You Know that citv which will occur next Wed It is almost certain to be needed and 3 nesday and return homo on the 15th No m should be procured at once accompanied by the happy That a largo percentage ef deTiths In other remedy can take its place or inst FOR DYSPEPSIA couple who will make him a visit this country are caused by consump Â¬ do Its work 25 and 50 oent bottles Indigestion and Stomach disorders tako miOWNH IKON IJITTEHS trouble A 30 lm Mr Loraine Rogers of this city tion and lung the beginning little cold for sale by J W Gayle All dealers keen It 81 per bottlo Genuine has ter- trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper who a short time since resigned his neglected in consumption often Every mlnates in position as book keeper of a large time you cough you increase Worth Knowing grocery house in Waco Texas re Â¬ the trouble and an inflammation is Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with turned to that city Mdnday on ro soon started which is difficult to non slipping corrugated tires fully Many thousand people have found ceipt of a letter from the firm offer Â¬ control There is one remedy that warranted Roberts agent a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re Â¬ most favorable inducements j cures quickly every kind of cough ing the m storer to resume his former employment Wanted A live man to represent If you have never used this preat That is Dr Halos Household Cough malady of this city xm iu iiiu uvbi Col R P Pepper has rented for wuiu vuu irvnal n jiui us innecessary to Previous experienceÂ¬ specific for the prevailing Complaint Qfi not the right man Ad the age Dyspepsia Liver two months one of the most elegant mirlrlnrl to fho hnaf 9 For Rheumatism Costivonoss Nervetw residences on Elm street in Chicago and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug dress Plymouth Rook Pants Co 2 Exhaustion Norvous Prostration to which he will shortly remove his ntore 340 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky Sleeplessness and all diseases arising family for a visit to the Worlds Fair from derangement of the stomach Karls Clovor Root the new Blood June 10 0t The house and furniture are the liver and kidneys wo would be property of Mrs Saml J Walker Purifier gives freshness and clear In hosiery wo can surpass any house pleased to give you a paokago of thie who was Miss Amanda Morehoad noss to the Complexion and cures great norvo tonic free of charge 25o 60o and 100 in the city in low prices daughter of Gov Charles S More- - Consumption Chapman Williams 45 30 tf 22 S Harris For sale by W McKoe Hardie head of Kentucky Oold It will cost you nothingand will sure Â¬ ly do you good if you have a Cough rfi 1 J ss I iK xffl sxriffiGSwyAasM Â¬ i I i j i JtJR-F- - t n ppwPY7muiWVMWlipp iTWWOTfllwf r 3M K5 T jE3 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 a large assortment of such articles For instance Â¬ Pi i I S IIjVBRWAREj Hj R 0 Mi JT G- - Soup Ladles Salad Spoons Berry Spoons Sugar Sifters Cream LadJes Butter Knives Cheese Scoops Etc 3ME wjMk May X TE51TP -al - fjn Any of these pieces put Up in a handsome case makes a beautiful present hi mWE3BmWEmtaWE Bny HEKmi WT JL meet- Â¬ h m THE STATE TREASURY Its Condition at tho End of a j and tho Outlook for the Next Fow Months Tho monthly comparison of the books between tho State Auditors and Treasurers offices shows that tho bottom of the cash drawer is rapidly Tho deficit in coming into sight the general expenditure fund has been increased the past month more than one hundred thousand dollars and the balance on hand in all the funds on the last day of May was not much more than enough to run the government on the same high pres- Â¬ sure speed for two months longer The sheriffs can not begin on the col- Â¬ lection of the revenue for this year until the State Board of Equalization conolndes its labors which will prob- Â¬ ably require a month or more yet and it has been stated from time to time in the newspapers thrtt the banks will not pay their taxes due on July 1st until after the questions raised by the suits in this county against the local banks have been fi- Â¬ nally adjudicated before which time if the Legislature is still in session and the penitentiary continues to be the burden that it is now there will necessarily follow such large drafts on the school fund to meet the gen Â¬ eral expenses of the government as to make it extremely doubtful that funds enough will be received from all sources to pay the October draft Whether then suspension of payment may be necessary this year as in the last is a matter which the next thirty The days will probably develop following is the statement of the va- Â¬ rious funds at the close of business on May 31st SINKING FOND 148878 Balance April 30 10953 Kecelpts In Mar Expenses In Mar 93 58 Iff I w 159832 51 10000 X 149832 51 fir SCHOOL FPKD 299465 63 Balance April SO 2643 53 Receipts In Mar 302109 IB Jeffersonville where they were mar- Â¬ ried Thomas Little The Courier-Journof Thursday contained the follow- Â¬ ing report of the wedding of Mr Western B Thomas of this city to Miss Susan Little of Muncie Indiana Muncie Ind Juno 7 Special A great social event occurred in Mun- Â¬ cie this evening of importance to society people of Indiana and Ken Â¬ tucky many representatives of each State being present It was tho wed- Â¬ ding of Mr Western Thomas of Frankfort Ky and Miss Susan Little of Muncie Eight hundred invita tions were issued Tne cnurcn was handsomely decorated The brides dress was white satin en traine trimmed with point lace diamonds veil fastened with gold band on dia mond star Miss Maud Kilgore of Anderson was tne mala ot Honor Her costume was lavender chiffon over white satin 1830 style diamonds violets and white roses Misses Fan- Â¬ nie Root Ruby Reese Indianapolis Miss Bessie Wood Savannah Ga and Miss Nell Wilson Muncie were bridesmaids Eaoh wore gowns of organdie over silk style of 1830 vio- Â¬ lets and roses R P Pepper of Frankfort Ky was the best man Messrs G H Mastin Frankfort H R Bush and H W Labrot Louisville and Q Mcliraith of Anderson were To night the bride and ushers groom left for New York whence they will sail for Europe They may be absent a year or two The bride is the daughter of W W Little a and is a Srominent merchant Secretarysociety groom is of the American Wire Nail Company at Anderson The same paper contained a state Â¬ ment that Mr Thomas had torn down a United States flag remarking that I am a Southerner and will not be married under that flag This state Â¬ ment is utterly without foundation as the flag was removed by the flo- Â¬ rist who was in charge of the decora- Â¬ tion and when Mr Thomas heard of the objection to the removal of the flag he had it put back by his own or- Â¬ ders and explained the whole thing to the trustees of the church The whole story was a base fabrication without any justification whatever Top Drawer LOCAL Physicians Puzzled 301686 12 C3 Expenses In Mar 523 01 451418 GENERAL EXPEND1TDRE FUND 97751 87 Deficit April 30 81078 90 Receipts In May on their left side Tho cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers Bpeak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles in nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises from a dUoased heart He has ex Â¬ amined and kept on record thousands of casos His New Heart Cure a wondorful remedy is sold at J W Hie Many porsons are unable to sleep eminent Indiana specialist Expenses In Mar 10672 97 185103 90 Total Deficit In Expenditure Mar 31 Balance In Treasury Mar 31 Fund 201776 87 249641 76 Matrimonial W R s Exposition and want a real first olass place to stop where everything is done up in regular old Kentuckv style write to Mrs S F Richardson 102 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to save you quarters in her house Mrs Riohardson is a former Frankfort lady widow of the late Owen TRich marry ardson and one of the nicest of Morris - Howe On Wednesday house keepers Her terms are reason- Â¬ Judge B GWilliams officiated at the able and she should be liberally wedding of John Morris to Miss Cor- Â¬ patronized by people from her old home 32 tf delia Howe of tho county Tutt Hunt A marriage license For Rent My house in South was issued Thursday to George L Frankfort Possession given imme Â¬ Guy Barrett diately Tutt and Maggie Hunt 34 tf morn Â¬ New House For Sale I offer for ing Mr John Compton tho manager sale my new house which is just at Proehls pool room and Miss Graoe oomploted on Holmes street Church of Peaks Mill eloped to 39 lt J B Hamilton K McOluro Son in this city Goin Wajifield Tuesday Marion Goin and Tenie Warfiold were li- Â¬ censed to wed Wm H Bohannan - Harrod Bohannan and Pearl Harrod were granted a license on Tuesday to CoMPTON-OnuROH-Thursday Are You Going to tho ExP burg Miss Susie Hutton was mar ried to Mr John F Arnold of Ander If you are contemplating a trip to son county a brother of Mr Philip Chicago during the great Columbian Arnold tho popular salesman for R Â¬ Arnold Hutton On Wednesday at the brides parents near Lawrence Gayloe Thousands testify to its value as a euro for Heart Diseases MrB Oh as Boney Loveland Colo says its effects on her wore marvelous Elegant book on heart disease free 4 ing of the County Court Monday Mr Bon Marshall was elected Coun- Â¬ ty Treasurer in the place of Mr John W Pruett resigned Mr Marshall is the junior member of the firm of Meagher Marshall on Main street and is a young man of fine business capacity who will make the county a faithful and efficient officer At the same meeting Mr Pruetts accounts were examined and found correct and the balances of 16G061 due the revenue proper fund and 54001 due the sinking fund in his hands were paid over to Mr Marshall who quali- Â¬ fied and entered upon the discharge of his duty Postmaster On Tuesday J A Williams was appointed postmaster at Polks Grove in this county vice Get something smaller than tho ordinary pill J Huohison removed And something thats Mr Wilsons Paintings The better That means Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Louisville Times says of tho paint- Â¬ theyre the smallest ings of Mr Robert Burns Wilson of and the best the easiest to take and the easiest this city in tho way they act The water color paintings by Mr Wonderful things Robert Burns Wilson which are now those tiny sugar coated They put an Pellets on exhibition in this city have at Â¬ The St Clair Street Bridge end to Sick and Bilious tracted a great deal of attention Headaches Constipation One entitled The Old Kentucky The building of tho St Clair street Indigestion Dizziness Home which has been placed in the bridge will Bilious Attacks all the have to be delayed a derangements window of Klaubers is perhaps the of liver stomach and bowels The committee on Mildly and gently but thoroughly and effec best of the lot although The Leap- Â¬ while longer ing Stream November Pastures Thursday opened the fifteen bids tively they cleanse renovate and regulate in Winter and several bits of wood- Â¬ which they had received and con- Â¬ the entire system One little Pellet for a gentle laxative threo for a cathartic land scenery are exceptionally good sidered that all were higher than the Thoyre the best Liver Pill ever made Mr Wilson is a great admirer of vegetable perfectly harmless ana Turners style of coloring and this estimates made by the engineers It purely tho cheapest pill you can buy for theyre particularly is noticeable in all he was accordingly moved that all bids guaranteed to give satisfaction or your paints Nearly every picture now on be rejected and a new advertisement money is returned Its a plan peculiar to Dr Pierces medicines You pay only for exhibition abounds in rich blue and inserted calling for proposals until the good you get Can you ask more f heliotrope lights which certainly give Something else a poetical effect to the paintings al Â¬ the 19th inst As it would not bo keep- Â¬ may be offered asthat pays the dealer better just as good Perhaps though the critics may be seriously ing faith with the contractors who it is for Aim but it cant be for you disposed to quarrel with them made proposals the committee de- Â¬ Eob 41y A New Appointment Mr Lee J clined for the present to name Dudley formerly of this city but the contractors bidding on the work JOHN DRISCOLL more recently of Middlesborough and the amount that each agreed to has been appointed book keeper for do it for A member merely said arx zrs U S Marshal Blaokburn The posi- Â¬ the committee believed they could tion is an important one and his secure better and lower terms by re many friends in this city will con- Â¬ advertising If as good work may be gratulate Lee on his success obtained for less money than the bids A Heinous Crime Ed Spalding received the short delay of eleven A full lino of pure Anderson county whiskies of Bridgeport who has a wife and days will doubtless meet the appro wines brandies etc two children was arrested Sunday bation of the tax payers 236 BR04DWAY opposite State House and examined Wednesday before Thoro is a B st April 15 tf Â¬ Squire Hall on the charge of attempt ing to violate the eleven-year-ol- d Tn everything In Ointments Dr daughter of John Thomas of Graef SInlus Household Ointment stands at It is effecting more won Â¬ ensberg Spaulding denied the crime Uie head derful cures and giving greater satis Â¬ but Squire Hall held him over in a faction than any other remedy in the bond of 600 to answer at the next world For cuts bruises burns WANTED term of the Circuit Court and failing sprains frostbite chilblains chapped Salary or Commission Paid Weekly to give the bond he was remanded to hi nds and lips eczema salt rheum steady worK reliable stock outnt free no ex Â¬ poB c it nas no equal We claim perience needed Write ror tonus and testi Â¬ jail v t things for itand guarantee what monials liefer lo this paper St Josephs Academy The clos- Â¬ v caim It is the great pain and J B NELLISCO ing exorciBos of this superior snhool Htn enro Put up in 25 and 50c NURSERYMEN ROCHESTER N Y April 15 ut boxes For which is iu charge of tho Sisters of Balo by Large size cheapest Phil Carpenter druggist Nazareth will take place at 730 oclock at the Opera House on the Chesapeake Ohio Ry Deaths night of Monday Juno 19th The Diamond Burglar Charley Stealey Miss Emma Stealey Johnson the burglar who stole 2 formerly of this city died in Louis- Â¬ HEW YORE PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ 500 worth of jewelry and other valua- Â¬ ville and her remains were brought TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities bles from Mrs Chapman Coleman of here and interred in tho cemetery Wednesday LOUISVILLE McGorick The wife of Mr W W Shortest Line between EASTERN Wr Al LEXINGTON and McGorick a guard at the peniten Â¬ POINTS tiary died early yesterday morning Time card In effect Nov 1st 1692 at her home on East Main Btreet EAST BOUNT She was seized with something like Lve Lexington aclW Jfl jH No 22 dally Atlanta 715 cramp colic and her death was very Midi uid Express No 26 dally ex gun 11 HO am Accom a m Vest bulol Express No 24 dally 615 pm sudden and unexpected Besides her Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex 6un530p M husband two email children mourn wist hocmi QEHZMlEMB3mS3 her loss Tho remains were taken to Lex ngton Accom No 27 dally Arr Lexington 8 00 a m Bowling Green her former homo for Louisville Express No 21 dilly ex Bun 1245 pm Lexington Accom No 25dall7ex8un4 15 r u interrmont Vestibuled Express No 23 dally 616 pm Anaarreeable Lnxntlvo nnd NERVE TONIC olld Vestibuled with Dining Burch Mrs H L Buroh wife of Through SleepersTrains Lexington Cars Bold by Druiralfitsor sent by mall 2fio60a from to New York and 100 per package Samples free tho popular freight clerk at Miles without change The Favorite TOOTH WJ18 Urit HWforthoTeetaandllreftttuJttc Sons who has been ill at tho homo No iius transfers JRLw VA G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky W For sale byW McKee Hardie of her parents in Louisville for sovt U GenlFITLLERAgt UUBXAJT Pass Asat Gcnl Puss Art eral weeks died in that oityThurs- Jan281y HALLS OLD STAND Washington D C Cincinnati County Treasurer At the this city and oscaped while serving a four years sentence in the peniten Â¬ tiary has been captured in New York on a charge of extensive burglarious He tried to shoot himself work Monday but was prevented and then swallowed a large brass buckle in hopes it would kill him Ho will probably be sent to Sing Sing An Accident Thursday while Mrs Richard Crutcher was driving in a surrey on a Shelby street with her children the forewhools sudden Â¬ ly parted from the vehicle and caused the occupants to pitch forward to the ground Fortunately the horse was gentle and Mrs Crutcher escaped with slight bruises only The United States Court The June term of the United States Court in this city will begin next Monday There are a number of cases of im Â¬ portance to be tried aside from the regular docket of moonshiners and among the most prominent are the cases against the National Exchange Bank officers of Lexington and book- Â¬ maker Cheppu on the charge of mak Â¬ ing false entries that enabled an overdraft of 30000 by Cheppu eiveler day morning Handsome and of winning manners Mrs Burch al- Â¬ though a resident of this city but a fow months numbered her friends by her acquaintances The bereaved young husband has the sympathy of the whole community for himself and the infant son now bereft of a moth Â¬ ers care The ways of Providence are indeed inscrutable The remains were interred at Louisville Mrs Thomasson of Thomasson Peaks Mill a daughter of Mr Jessie Hockensmith died Tuesday Fields Julia Fields a young col- Â¬ ored woman whose home is at Swit zer was found dead yesterday at tho house of Belle Talbert It is not known how she died bnt heart dis Â¬ ease and suicide were both stated as the cause The coroner will investi- Â¬ gate the matter Hi h d Liquor Merchant ALESM E mm ws v gii M mrmmaiMUlili kite i fiT rio u I VI7 JES 3ES2SIE30T TO ffl Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our priceSi as we wisx 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 Grenera and Heavy X3ard rare TK7 all Paper Harness Saddlex3r Paints Oils Varnish Sash Sewer Pipe PTue Pipe vTvire IRocls Glass Bi ashes Cement Plaster XDoors Blinds TTvagrons Svirra es Iron SoonnW Iron axden Tools Harness Leather Lime G Lace Leather Pirns SpokesSalt 7heels I2ope Fishing Tackle Ointler3r and Binder Twine G aaxanteed Hose and Lawn 2vo wers 3cc X dgrlrt -- A scents dor Main and for Walter - JL ySTood Mo-rare-r- s a n d Ri m h r -- -- Lewis- Streets r C E k IVL A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Sunday as he or she sees no fine plays in short the game to FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT fit celebrate as so long the peace and quiet of dragged as the visitors usually went Entered at the post at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mullable matter oMce GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 10 1893 others is not interfered with bub when it comes to disturbing the whole city with such noise and clamor as those festivals usually produce it is they time were stopped by the strong arm of the law OFFICER BROWN HURT Death by Lightning In Attempting to Arrest Disorder- Â¬ ly ox Convicts He Has His Skull Fractured A couple of negro ex convicts by the names of Sam Brooks and Ike I Bollinpj got into a difficulty on Broad- N Depot Sunday way near the L morning about some trivial affair and Officer Henry Brown who was standing in front of the Hotel Free Â¬ man went over and attempted to put the belligerents under arrest He succeeded in getting them as far as Gayles drug store when they seemed to agree to make common cause against the policeman and while Brooks was engaging the officers attention in front Boiling secured a rock and slipping up behind dealt a cowardly blow1 on Browns head at the base of the brain fracturing the skull and then escaped in the crowd Brooks profited by the officers helpless condition to sieze his mace and run He went up Ann street to Main and down Main to Lewis but was followed by a crowd headed by ex Policeman Dudley Riohardson who had been deputized by Officer Innes and was caught up with at the rear entrance to Lucketts stable where he turned and showed fight being still in possession of Officer Browns mace Richardson ordered him to halt and give himself up but several repititions of the command failing to produce any effect the former drew his pistol and shot the desperate negro in the right cheek the ball coming out near the ear on the same side Even then however he would not surrender but started to run down the street When he reached the corner he became weakened from the shock and loss of blood and stag Â¬ gered against the lamp post and Richardson took him into custody Dr Hume was immediately sum- Â¬ moned to attend to officer Brown and ihis condition was deemed very serious but it is now thought he will recover His head having been similarly injured once before complicated matters somewhat Brooks wound was not serious and was attended to by Dr Hume after ho was done with Officer Brown after whioh the ex conviob was lodged in jail Boiling who struck the officer was captured on Arnolds Hill Sunday evening but as hiB captors wore at temptingto put him in a vehicle he tripped the one who had a hold of him and darted into a thicket near by A volley of bullets were sent after him but failed to stop his flight Tho crowd of negroes on Broadway ab the time of the affair were waiting for an excursion train from Louisville the passengers on which were ex- Â¬ pected to take part in an Odd Fellows Celebration and when the fight com- Â¬ menced it looked as if Bedlam had been turned loose the women and children Bhrieking and flying in every Tne use of Sunday aqa direction day for these celebrations by the negroes cannot be too severely con demned as it nearly always results in Keeping tho town in an uproar if nothing more Wo believe in allowing everybody Â¬ Â¬ -- questionably be mitigated through such means The same holds good of Indigestion biliousness kidney complaint rheumatism nervousness und debility By tho Bitters they are cured when many remedies fall m During the prevalence of the storm which passed over this city a little after five oclock Sunday afternoon lightning struck the house of Charles Redding near Switzer this county Mr Redding his wife Alex Barbour Mrs J W Lyman and Mrs Meth were sitting in the hall while Mr J W Lyman and some children were All of those in the in a back room 0 LIndsey 4 10 5 10 hall recieved the full force of the Wlutersmuh lbss 3 10 0 10 0 3 2 1 0 4 1 0 shock but Lyman and the children McFarland A p 3 2 1 0 G 0 2 McFarland H c escaped 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hale cf 4 1 2 0 0 2 0 Mr Redding Mr Barbour and Mrs Hunt 3bN 2b LIndsey 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 Lyman were instantly killed Mrs VaoDerveer lr 1 1 0 1 McClure rf 0 0 0 Reddingand Mrs Meth were knocked 9 25 8 118 4 3 senseless and remained in this condi- Â¬ Totals An R IB 8H TO A E Macadlsts tion for hours fears jboing entertain Doll It 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 ed that they would not recover but Monroe rfc 3 0 10 2 0 1 Montz cr p 2 1 1 1 2 0 0 they finally pulled through and are Preuss 3b 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 2 2 1 Newman ss now convalescent McUenry lb 3 0 0 0 8 2 0 Mr Lyman ran into the hall imme Evans c rf 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 Miller p dis- Â¬ Soden 2b ct diatly after the bolt struck and 2 0 0 0 2 3 0 covering his wife and others lying on Totals 21 3 3 1 18 12 6 the floor sent at once to a neighbor 1 2 3 4 5 6 T Innings named Wingate to give the alarm 2 0 4 0 1 Frankfort and in a few moments physicians Macauleys 0 1 0 1 1 03 were on the scene endeavoring to Earned Runs Frankfort 2 restore to consciousness those who Tno Base Hit Hunt were still alive Mr and Mrs Lyman Stolen Bases A McFarland 3 H McFarland N LIndsey 2 and Mrs Meth were visiting Mr and 1 Bases on BallsVanDerveerS 7 Dol 1 Frankfort Mucauley 1 Mrs Redding while Barbour was a Hit by Pitcher Doll young man in Mr Beddings employ Struck Out By McFarland 7 Miller 1 Montz 1 Passed Balls Fvans 1 Monroe 1 Mr Redding and Mrs Lyman were Wild Pltch Montz buried from North Fork Church i Monday while the remains of Barber Dr M J Davis is a prominent were taken to his homo at Swallow- - physicians of Lewis Cass county Iowa and has been actively engaged flold in the practice of medicine at that place for the past thirty five years Completely Uprooted On the 26th of May while in Des Hov many remedies there are which merely Moines en route to Chicago he was lelleve without uprooting disease The contrast suddenly taken with an attack of sterling medicines which such palllathes diarrhoea with Having sold Chamber Â¬ afford not only enchances the dignity of the lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea former but serves to emphasize the folly of em- Remedy for the past seventeen years ploying half way measures when thorough ones Â¬ are available A marked Instance of this Is the and knowing jts reliability he proone hand of liostetterH Stomach cured a 25 cent bottle two doses of effect on the Bitters In cases of chills und fever and bilious which completely oured him The remittent and on the other of ordinary remedies excitement and change of water and in maladies of this type By thi Bitters malarial complaints In eve y stage and of tho most malig Â¬ diet Incident to traveling often pro- Â¬ Everyone should nant type are completely conquered and lose duce a diarrhoea their hold upon the sjstem They are rarely If rocure a bottle of this remedy be ever dislodged by the ordinary resources of bre leaving home For sale by J W medicine although their sjmptorns may un out in order while the home team scored as often as there was auy necessity for so doing Henry Lindseys first base playing A McFarlands pitching and George Hunts batting were fche only note- Â¬ worthy features H McFarland caught without a passed ball but was a little off in his throwing to second sending two balls into center field and only Wintersmiths splendid backing up of the baseman kept the runner from going to third The game was called at the end of the sixth inning to allow the visitors to catch a train The following is the score Frankfort ab r in an ro a e 11 W McKEE HARDIE DRTJV G IST -1 - t m tj FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DEUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call HALLS OLD STAND - X h 4 W MoKEE HARDIE Jan 21 - - - - ly 0 L GAYLE 1110 OT77 DEALEB I3jT STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET ES 99 1891 Â¬ 031 Alaska Charcoal C Fillet Refrigerators M amounted to 80242 29 The Quick Meal sales in JiWQ WX MHlsSjiii BHUiwCTfiB ywMTti B Â¬ The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on the market run up to 161955 stoves The Quick Meal is the only stove which offers absolute safety ugalnst accidents Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having burners that cannot bo opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Bleal Is tho only stove having a taiiK that cannot lie taken off lor filling un- Â¬ less all the burners are closed Because the Quick Meal Is tho only stove having an indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the nly stcve having glasa tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove If In use Beciiuse tho Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of anti rust material Because the Quick Muni Is the only stovo having the needle points of the burners made of Uer nuni silver which makes them absolutely Inde- Â¬ structible Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having a rlm on the cast Iron burner tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting tlini Against the dripping from the cooking tessels April 22 tt Â¬ Gayle 39 lm Kentucky Fairs tho Blue Tuesdays Base Ball Game The Macauleys from the amateur teams of Louisville came up Tuesday to have a game with the home team that is they atÂ¬ tempted to have a game but from the very start they were not in it The score was not very large nor the errors excessively numerous but it was not a good game notwithstand- Â¬ There was nothing to howl ing over nothing to get excited about The following compose Grass Circuit Mt Sterling July 4 8 a club selected Shelbyville July 12 15 Eminence July 18 22 Sharpsburg July 25 28 Danville August 1 5 Nicholasville August 8 12 Maysville August 22 27 Lexington August 25 to September 2 DVVJLMUUPVJi i ik Mar 18 ly Paris September 5 10 Winchester September 11 17 Oynthiana September 19 22 Versailles October 3 6 Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I J 4 lH PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Lead The Market s ftPi USJPowder -- Baking No AmmoniajNp Alum 4 Mi nrncii cszuHivdiDPionsr v e m 400 450 500 mJmhbJm mmmmmimLMmlmmimwJummmimmimi Used in Millions of Homes April 15 40 Years the Standard ly jjHBBUHHHHHHMHW 323SEOAD WAT Street nriEwe rwiriwwr OHM IJIifWV r 5 i I Let us furnish you a nice If not one of this style we carry MO ST EVERY KIND YOUD WANT VEHICLE have them in we p 3r Jm You want all 5 mLh iiiiIhiiiiJ t-- -- pri JmJ s VJ BEST AXLE OILS u A y v 7 BEST MACHINE OIL One right here in Frankfort where you can go through the shops and see good vehicle Who can supply that want better than a home manufacturer every detail of the work You then can know what you are getting and one visit to our plant will convince you of the great difference in quality of our Vehicles and Harness compared to the factory work heretofore sold here Come to us for DEERING BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE ONE GOOD STEAM THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE CHEAP THE KENTUCKY 4r Kft BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS INCORPORATED W STERLING i - ash fmV- w it v w Zilpah SILVER T3E3EE3 NOVELTIES JLJL JmJm AjJLAm I iTE313VE3iliESn O HAT PINS HAIR 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 D tt A totters at Frankfort run down or dyspeptic or FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT biliousany blood taint nothing can Advertised Kentucky have remedy FRANKFORT JUNE 10 1893 equal it as a W I KELLEY Veterinary Eemedies PREPARED DYTHE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ tised letters for the week ending KET June 10 1893 FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETff LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the Kentnciy VeterinaryMeflicine MT Co fo l Here we are again with a few items Fine weather nice rain Setting ftobacco isvthe programme at preBent Quite a number are on the sick list among them is W H Moore who id comtemporarily residing in our roomÂ¬ munity ho is confined to his with malaria fever Mr Henry Hulette of Scramble is very sick with consumption Whooping cough is raging in our on James R Duncan who has been are sick list all the spring we the glad to say is out Miss Lulie Moore returned home Sunday last from a three weeks visit to her sister Mrs J 0 Deakins near Croppers Mr Luther Harrod of Croppers visited his cousin Miss Tenie Phil Â¬ lips at Honeysuckle last week Mrs Rintha Cook and Mrs Martha Jones visited Wm Cook and family near Bagdad this week We had wondered what had become of our Brother Gatohum but from late and reliable information we guess we can answer the query for him From the best we oan learn we guess he has become discouraged in regard to the berry orop thinking past on account of the severe winterorop be a failure in that there would labor He wisely sought a new field ofpleas- the profitable and and entered ant business of fishing We are sorry the to flay our Brother has forsaken and larger streams suoh as rivers large creeks and gone trjr his luck in small pools on the head waters ot Clear Creek in theBlue Grass region We hope he will come around all right We still say hurrah for the Round- - midst W f Thomas America yrLfc L flf i cm J nm fwDIClHE iQ When calling for these letters say Saturday June 10 1893 r tWiCJMlA amount to 1896 hhds with just closed CO J M Saffell P M receipts for tho same period of 1488 advertised HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 70777 hhdB Sales Sli Units VltiiUznr is what vou need operation and nltu little or no pain REEERENCES ofthecropof 1892 on our market to for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver YellowÂ¬ W McKeo Hurdle Frankfort Ky this date amount to 74765 hhds f Kin or juaney xrouoie it is guar J J A Scott Frankfort Ky Wo have had a week of light re- Â¬ anteed to erive vou satisfaction Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky PsRfiW TRADEMARK J T Stuten Frankfort Ky ceipts and sales with prices about the Price 75c Sold by W McKee Hardie V Berbericli Frankfort M ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins c 22 same for medium to good burleys Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In common grades are stronger the A H McClure Frankfort Ky lluenzaDIstemper etc Heel and Gall OintSaddles from 3 to 25 Harness V J Hushes Frankfort Ky Planting Beason has been very ment Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions David Moore Benson Ky Mastin Bros Phjslc Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy favorable and a largo per cent of the from 5 to 60 M WIthrow Frankfort Ky Jas Worm Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ 37 tf crop is set ine Tonic Uterine bedatlve Wound Dressing DR KELLEYS oflluouud residence Is at 2B9 Cough Mixture The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Fluid Mineral West Eighth street Cincinnati and where Lb may Tonic and ConditionAlterative resent our market for new burley to- Powders be found eery day of each week except SATURbacco 1892 crop iMiuphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment sent free to uny one Trash darlc or damage a W I KELLEY M D by acdresslns 4 25 3 00 tobacco 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O 6 00 Common Oolory trash 4 25 DRUGGIST 20C St CLAIR STREET HALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLD STAND r rMyf ACS Medium to good colory 8 00 6 00 trash Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky 6 00 cllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllllllift Common lues not colory 4 00 Feb lMta 8 00 6 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory f I 10 00 8 00 lugs 13 00 8 60 TzLl- Common to medium leaf 1 SEWING MACHINE 15 00 13 00 iMedium to good leaf 5lllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIIl3 io uu 20 00 Good to llneieat Seleot or wrappery 25 50 20 00 WARRANTED tobacco Sales on our market for the week i Baker T J Ireland J F Harris Mary Lowell Edward Luckett Geo T FHOSHIZ HOTEX STERLING KY Little Howard IN LEXINGTON KY KEMJWiWr VETERINARY vrLrtAjr a Â¬ SjppfRci S Â¬ W McKee Hardie JM ROyAL -- T-KIE MONON ROUTE Specimen Cases S H Clifford New Oassel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disor Â¬ Both the method and results when dered his Liver was affected to an farming degree appetite fell away Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and he was terribly reduced in flesh and refreshing to tho taste and acts S YEARS The Direct and Popular Line to and strength Three bottles of Elea trio Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg HI had a running sore on hlB leg of eight years standing Used three bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Buoklens Arnica Salve and John his leg is sound and well about 8peaker Catawba O had five large Olosr Observer Fever sores on his leg doctors said he was incurable Ono bottlo Elec Â¬ you do when you buy shoes tric Bitters and one box Buoklens How do the or olothing Dont you go to tnov Arnica Salve cured him entirely onsa up vaii non flnrl itl where Sold by the South Side drug store P H Oarpbntbb tell you that you may woat the arti- Â¬ 3 out and then if youre not cles Millinery satisfied theyll refund the money Why not do the samo when you buy Our second stock of millinery haB medicine if you want bargains arrived Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis- Â¬ just at once and you will find tho and on that plan Its tho oall covery Is sold beat and oheapest millinery in Frank- Â¬ only blood purifier so certain and fort at S Harris effeotivo that it can bo guaranteed to or you benefit or oure in every case have your money baok Thq Mayflower Doubld Shovel is the ordinary spring Its not like sarsaparillas All tho tho best in tho world Try ono of or modiolnos Mastin Bros year round it cleanses builds up thorn At 37 tf invigorates the system If youre and i -- on the fently yet promptly cleanses Kidneys the sysand Bowels Â¬ CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho Â¬ Â¬ only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasiug to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt hi 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 tho most popular remedy known oyrup oi rigs is ior emu in uuo and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists mav not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Rllllllltllllllllllllllltllll1llllllllllllllllllllllllllk s E a Largo High Arm 5 Has g Ua a Selfot tine Needle g Palace Chair Cars g 5 Ilaa a Self throadlng Shuttle a Has No Equal In Construction Pullman Buffet Sleepers 3 5 Has a Mechanical Appearance fi E - S Has an Klcgant Finish Has a Perfect Adjiutment 5 Ilaa a Posltlvo Tako up And Only First Clnsss Accommodations Ilaa Htvllsli Furniture For Further Information Address Has More Good Sowing Qualltlea and s does a Lartror Ranee or Gunerml Work r5 than any Sowing Maouino In the World b t i w r Mom n n -i Examine THE ROYAL for points of 0i u umuh Wi i i fti it i y wiuaui wi 1 hi excsllenoe and you will LOUISVILLE K V buy no other b-- pt i i 1 s nniii o nuiAL j hi nil nri uuii huumuiu in riiiikiiijiMM m BAN FRANCISCO OAL NEW YORK LOUISVILLC KY iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiii NY i -- OR u 1 Jas Barker t P A Chicago 111 nFT1 6 t tfwra T i Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars M J J Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Fly Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods 3SS icy1 13 XT ts AW I O nr IMMKXaiBKBKl c B Jia 1 2N Religious Flower Day and Poem Tho Ladies WELL BKED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USB Hi Methodist Church Rev H G Henderson tho pastor will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and 8 p m Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 730 in the class room The Sunday evening services at the various Churches have been changed from 730 to 8 oclock Christian Church Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ ning at 800 Tho Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 720 Blayney P will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 800 p m as usual The weekly prayer meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will be held in the lecture room of the church at 730 oclock to Â¬ morrow evening First Presbyterian Church D McOlusky Rev Yesterday was flower day at the The pleasant effect and perfect safe- Â¬ Mrs W ty with which ladies may use tho penitentiary in this city and H Munnoll President of the Flower California liquid laxative Syrup of M8ssion of Louisville and- many Figs under all conditions makes it other ladieB from that city Lexing- Â¬ their favorite remedy To get the ton and other places including true and genuine article look for the Frankfort assembled at the peniten- Â¬ name of the California Fig Syrup Co tiary and after appropriate services printed near the bottom of the pack distributed flowers with scriptural age 39 lm verses attached to them to the pris- Â¬ oners Convict 409 who is a poet For Sale or Rent My dwelling and writer of considerable power hooso on Ann street J T Buckley tf was moved to give expression to his feelings on the return of the annual To Cincinnati Ohio and return at rememrance which Miss Jennie one fare for the round trip from all Caoseday deceased of LouiBville points east of the Mississippi river yia Queen and Orescent Route on all instituted and wrote the following trains scheduled to arrive at Cincin Â¬ In memoriam nati June 11th and 12th 1893 account NOT DEAD Meeting of the Mystic Shrine Rates St Luke open to all She Is not dead but sleepeth - a Hi Axe Quickly Mstrriod Try It In XTeact House Cleaning July2 ly L MARSHALL W A SAPOLIO B MARSHALL our GAINES i a L CO 3 tj VJ Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate boughtsold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Not dead the gentle head Is oiily lain to r st on snowy pillow prevt Within earths silent breast Where bolt the flowers spread Step lightly that thy tread wake not the sleeping blest Not dead tho patient hands Church Are only folded In Southern Tho bosom cold and thin Rev W G Noville the Pastor will Close to the marble chin occupy his pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ Pressing a withered rose Sweet nilgai in repose ing at 11 oclock and at 800 p m Â¬ vvnicn near 10 us iiihu ueeiu At the morning service the sacra- Â¬ will be adNot dead the weary feet ment of the Lords Bupper Are only resting now ministered That we remember how Society of Chris Â¬ Young Peoples Their sound was sweet and vow Again on goldrn street tian Endeavor meets at 730 oclock in Their music soon to meet the Pastors Study And thus in hope we bowl Not dead the Ioi lug heart Episcopal Church Rev E A Huth only ceased Its beat While In icr slumber sweet Pftnlnk the rector will occupy his Within tho giaves retreat pulpit to morrow morning at 11 The clay Is lain apart oclock and in the evening at 800 Lot noc the tear diop start For soon again well meetl Convict No 409 Catuul iu Ohurch The usual State prison Frankfort Ky June 0th 189J Presbyterian OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET Rnrm Consumption Concha Croup Sore on a Guarantee Throat Sold by alt Druceist Shilohs Poroua or Chen For a Lame Side Back yatir faction 35 cent Platter will give great Mrs T S Hawkins Cbnttnnoogn Tenn says 1 SMlohitVitaUzcrKAVED MY LIFE mi FOR RENT OF SIX A BRICK RESIDENCE L given Muy 1st Broadway Possession B MARSHALL ROOMS ON A Agents FINE FARM SHILOHS VITALIZED For I ever wudexcels DyspepsiacmLiver or Kidney Price 76 trouble it services at the Church of the GoodÂ¬ Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Havo you Catarrh TrythlaRcmody ItwillÂ¬ xnio in relievo and Cure you Price 60 cts furnished jector for Its successful treatment is ua on a are uold by frooT Bhllohs Remedies S HILOHSlATARRH REMEDY FOR SALE streets DWELLING OF SEVEN A BRICKApply to between Ann Clinton street J 11 In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brick residence u tenement of 4 rooms a large stock In barn and all other necessary Improvements order to sell Immediately wo are authorized to oiler this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further In forumtlon apply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort M ft Frankfort Ky ROOMS ON lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and 8 p ohapel m as usual Sunday Bchool Baptist Church Rev W at 930 a O Tay- Â¬ Fifty cents is a small doctor bill but that iB all it will cost you to cure For sale by W McKee Hardie HALLS OLD STAND Jan 28 ly any ordinary case of rhehumatism you use Chamberlains Pain Balm if Try it and you will be surprised at the prompt relief it affords The first ap- - RIDEWAY SPRANKLE CO will quiet the pain 50 cent ottles for sale by J W Gayle 39 lm -- guarantee to give satisfaction und High MAHBUAliliSlAF agents FOR SALE Twenty shares of Frankfort National Bank Stock Apply to L B MARSHALL CO FOR SALE THE on Milu street containing ten rooms Tnls Is one of the best built residences In the city Apply to LiBMABSHALIca t Arents BRICK RESIDENCE OF DR W B ROD PROPRIETORS OF- - m in the J To save annoyance and the trouble Domestic and Steam Coal of answering a great many questions 100 Reward 100 I hereby give notice that fishing in MANUFACTURERS OF my pond is postively forbidden until The readers of the Roundabout Sept 20th I hereby hope that no that one will ask me to violate this rule will be pleased to learn S BLACK there is at least one dreaded disease Helenwood Tenn 40 2t Silver Lake Ky that science has been able to cureinall its stageH and that is Catarrh Halls June Win R C STEELE Salesman Childrens hats in all shades kinds Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity and shapes at prices to please all BMrnvuircr KOSTKQUAITm S Harris 39 tf Catarrh being a constitutional dis- Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat Trimmed Bonnets and Hats ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the We will put on Bale Tuesday and blood and mucous surfaces of the Wednesday May 30th and 31st 60 system thereby destroying the foun trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats at dation of the disease and giving the remarkably low prices Co patient strength by building up the Sam D Johnson CREAM constitution and assisting nature in m The proprietors doing its work Printed Dotted Swiss have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred 500 yards at 16j cents worth 30 hilars for amy case that it fails to cents YEARS FOR cure Send for list of testimonials Co Sam D Johnson F J CHEENEY CO 38 tf Has led all Worm Remedies Toledo O EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED 2 Ginghams tST Sold by dl uggiets 75c h m SOLiI EVERYWHERE 1200 yds Ginghams 1GJ cts re- Â¬ Prtwdbj MCaUtBaOK TATLOB MBP CO STtOPH Cheap Flowers duced from 26 cts 1500 yds Toile du Nord Ginirhams 10 cts reduced wishing cheap roses can buy from 12i cts 700 yds Good Apron Parties them at E Powers creen bouse 20 Ginghams 5 cts reduced from 7J for 100 He is selling rosebuds of cts Co Sam D Johnson ait Kinds except amunuuii douiiuub 75 cents per dozen at Fancy Wool Dress Goods We have marked down all of our Miles Nerve and Liver Pills Call and Fanoy Wool Dress GoodB see them before the stock is broken Act on a new principle regulating Co Sam D Johnson the liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Parasols Umbrellas and Fans bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ We have a large and attractive 334 MAIN STREHT tion Splendid for men women and mildest surest stock at very low prices children Smallest HAM JL JOHNSON Ci UO 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at FRANKFORT KY i i U8tf 45 ly Ky W Gayles Frankfort i Â¬ Â¬ Fish Notice Lcliili Coal ant Mining Co Agents FOR SALE PROPERTY OF COL 0 STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and 8helby streets Houth Frankfort consisting of one largo brick residence and ten valuable building lots Wo consider this property the Cream of the unquestionably the best to bo as It Market had in the city If you wish a desirable locatloD for a home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they are to be had CO L B MARSHALL Agents BUILDING LOTS ON APPlyt HOLMES AND ANN 3TREETS FOR SAJCE 3fll LBMARSHALLCO Agents WORMS WHITES FOR RENT dences of six rooms each on Cross street South Side APMARSHALL co ARtg FORSALE mHE EXDM PROPERTY ON MURRAY6 1 street consisting of a brick residence of rooms and about two acres of land This propÂ¬ 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 borne For terms apply to L B MARoUALLi VIM1EME 20 EESIDENCE OF SIX BOGUS WITHLARGE The resi- Â¬ In South Frankfort V i V Agents CO TABLERSPHE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES WMMMHMM BUGKEYELJLk CO HUGHES BUCK Business at 8 Blacks JLmJ Hb H a KATTEEW l-IEai- WILL CONTINUE THE old stand near Railroad Brliiue With our new elevator and nil and the fixtures and appliances for screening pro bundling coal rapidly and cheaply will bo Â¬ pared to 1111 orders on short notice to suit purÂ¬ Have Just received n supply of Pitts chasers burgh and best qualities of Kanawha Coal Hope ourhlends and others who want to boy will glvo May 13 lm us a calL I I I a PlitiimlET II 3 I A SURE known for 15 yaars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES and CERTAIN CURE W J CHINN JR XtJLOT Of- - Job work neatly exe cuted at this office ATTWX Â¬ AT Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Cuntom Housf i J is 9 i Hudson JV um MIS2ZKit5E32m wmiiijmtiajjjijBzsKSBsaB 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 Â¬ j Tailoring Dep artment I fa in A L j The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shaii be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an exami nation to convince you of its superiority Our S p I i ng Hats are in7 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¬ Mod lX CONVICT LABOR Mis Gassell E30waS3Ee Msm Â¬ mptes rjtssai casseii j iS isaaBagsHBaagSKgraoMEsri Midland will sell tickets to Cincin nati and return at one fare for the trip good to Tho State Prison a Play Ground The following letter from a former roundaccount of the return until June Kentuckian to the paper of his pres- Â¬ 16th of the Nobles Annual Convena and no Hope in Sight for tion of the Mystic ent home will give our readers a Shrine Lease to Change the chance to see things through the oyes Situation of a stranger and one whose views Hunters and Fishermens Rates is in a deplorable plight are tempered by his calling that of The State The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to parties of hunters in regard to her convicts v She had a a minister of the Gospel and fishermen not less than three agood thing but did not appreciate it Fairview Jefferson Co Ky in party to points on 0 S R R at 1 1893 June and through the controlling spirit of one and one third fare for the round egotism and revenge her interests Editor Rich Hill Daily Review Frankfort my youngest daughter Mrs trip and from cents to to Switzer I visited were lost sight of and the convicts Hansbrough in Frankfort the Capi- Â¬ and return 30 Elkhorn and set free of their taBks and turned into tal this week The Legislature is in return 25 cents honorable prisoners of war to be fed session yet but little is being done by Confederate Re union at Birming Â¬ in idleness at tho expense of the tax- Â¬ that wise body of Solons ham Govornor Brown has vetoed a good payers many bills and perhaps there is not On July 16th to 19th the Kentucky In the first mad rush to drive out the very best feeling existing between Midland will sell tickets to Birming Â¬ the lessees who were obligated for the Legislative and the Executive ham Alabama and return at one fare for the round trip account of the more than tho expenses of the insti- Â¬ Departments of Government Brown is a grand man Confederate Re uniou tution it was vauntingly said that a Governor good constitutional lawyer a pro- Â¬ better bids oould easily be obtained found statesman and a true patriot of Recovers His Speech for the labor of tho convicts and ac- Â¬ the old Kentucky type The Legislature is composed of cordingly an advertisement for pro- Â¬ good men who have tho strength of Alphonco HempHng of Summit posals was inserted for weeks in their conviptions The exciting topic township Butler Co Penn made an most of the leading papers of the just now is the one in relation to the affidavit that his twelve-year-olson country Not a bid however was re- Â¬ removing of the seat of government who had had St Vitus Dance for was twelve years lost his ceived and again it was said that the from Frankfort to Lexington not be completely cured after speech three using The ohange most likely will passage of a new law abolishing the made and I think it should not be bottlos of Dr Miles Restorative lessee system forever was the proper In the near future elegant and com- Â¬ Nervino and also recovered hia Thousands testify to won Â¬ way to attain the desired end and modious publio buildings will be speeoh erocted befitting the State in the derful oures from using it for nerÂ¬ that a large advertisement in heavily loity surrounded by hills and the vous diseases dyspepsia nervous leaded caps asking for proposals for vexed question will then be settled debility dullness confusion of mind e the labor only in gangs was jcortain for all time to come Four doses of this Frankfort headache to draw contractors here by the doz- Â¬ sets up no superior claims to being a Norvlne cured Mrs W E Burns Ind who had been or modern city yet it has ens After another long advertise Â¬ model nice private residences publio South Bond constant headache for suffering with many ment the bag was opened on Monday Bonooi ouiiaings cnurones xo three monthB Trial bottle and ele Â¬ school for feeble minded gant book free at J W Gaylos and found to contain but one propo- Â¬ The State near the children sal xind that from the former lessees and is in is locatedwith the city limitsÂ¬ 4 keeping oaly 500 pioked men This bid nary system of tho grandeleemosy- Â¬ for O N Rogers old Comwas Anally rejected and the happy monwealth I am proud to say I was rest and recreation for convicts con- Â¬ born in Kentuoky as well as having TiT ATtftma NY ate nothing but dry demned to hard labor will likely re Â¬ lived in Missouri My sainted dead nroaa for three years onacoount of sleep the bounds of this main undisturbed until experience historio within Daniel Boones body tine torribio disease Dyspopsia He State by and enormous bills for maintaining was removed from Missouri many rtnosthat he was entirely curedcan Dr HalJJs Household Tea and the penitentiary have had time to years ago and was the first to be de Â¬ oo w oat anything This greatest arouse tho pooplo to a sense of the posited in the new cemetery east of hieujcino Known is sold at 25 and 60 true inwardness of the wholo situa- Â¬ tho city A modest monument marks fconts per paWtagoat 0ARPHirrBBs tho spot where lies the first white Hrug Btore fc tion and a necessity that a ohange be man who settled in Kentuoky This grave and monument is near made which will give a contractor Shortsightedness some guarantee that he will not suffer tho Kentucky river Some vandals have ohipped off somo of the marble persecution at the handBofany offi Â¬ and thereby defaced the monument To waste your money on vile dirty cial or legislator for exercising tho Shame on them how sacreligious watery mixtures compounded by in experienced persons when you have privilege of a freeman or be repeat- - What relics or rollc seekers tho opportunity of testing Ottos More anon edly put to needless anxiety and exÂ¬ Cure free of charge Why will you Downey Blair J continue to irritate your throat and pense to maintain rights undor a con Â¬ lungs with that terriblo hacking Choap Rates on tho Midland which tho State before the mattract cough when Chapman Williams tor is sottlod will bo glad enough to will ftirnifltf you a free sample bettle make with any responsible person or May 20th to Juno 23d the Kentucky of this great guaranteed remotly Midland will sell tickets to Cincin- Hold a bottlo of Ottos Ouro to the firm nati and Covington at 365 for the light and observe its beautiful Rude BroB Cultivators tongueless round trip limited to five days from color and thiok heavy syrupgerdea Â¬ Lar are the beet in tho market Kept by date of sale gest packages and purest goods 37 tf Mastin Bros Juno 11th and 12th tho Kentuoky Large bottle 50o 45 Â¬ d A Visitors Opinion WORLDS FAIR NOTES A Few Pointers About Chicago As a great many readers of the Roundabout will make their first trip to Chicago during the Worlds Fair a few pointers regarding the ANNOUNCEMENT 1 For Senator We are authorized to announce Hon W W STEPHENSON ol Mercer county as a candidate for Senator from this district subject to the ac Â¬ tion ot the Democratic party June 8 te - I geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ ciated In the first place fix firmly in your mind that Lake Michigan forms the eastern boundary of the To reduce your weight SURELY use Willards Obesity No entire city and if you stand facing injury Pills and lose 15 pounds u month busi with the lake with both arms outstretched ness orto the health NO No Interference They build pleasure bTARVING the left hand will point to the north up and Improve the general Health beautify the Lucy and leae NO WRINKLES and the right hand will point straight complexion 81 down the tracks of the Big Four Anderson ThreeAuburn stteet Cambridge Mass writes of jour route to the Worlds Fair buildings duced my weightbottles225 poundsObesltyPHIs re-I to 190 and from never felt better In all my life 1 am much situated at the southern end of the pleased with the result and shall do all I can 10 city Paste this in your hat and you help you Physicians Uur patrons have the key to the entire situation Bankers Lanjers and leadersincludeSociety Our of Coming into Chicago on trains of the goods are not bold In drug stores all orders are Big Four Koute which is the only supplied direct from our olllce Pricebyper pack Â¬ age or lor null pre railroad having an entrance on the lald 200 three packages 4 cts 500 CORRES ALL Particulars sealed south side along the lake front where ONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL all the hotels and boardincr houses WILLflRD REMEDY CO BOSTON MASS are located you will find yourself Â¬ Apl 3 6ru passing praotlcaily tnrough the exposition grounds and a magnificent pan Â¬ oramic view of the fair is obtained At the Worlds Fair station of the Big Four route if you step off at the right side you are at the entrance gate to the exposition and can begin doing the Fair at once if you step are n formidable trio yet the weak off on the left side you will find your person frequently has to meet all of tnem at once How can ho overcome selfln tho finest resident portion of The answer Is with our Compound Chicago and right in the midst of Oxyoen and ours only The count the Worlds Fair notel and boarding less demonstrations of 23 jears war Â¬ rant this reply house district The chances are ten Our treatment Is available for home to one that you will be within a few use neither need your occupation b e minutes walk of tho very place you Interfered with The value of these features is obvious What about yonr havo selected for your headquarters need A book of explanation and proof 11 you preier to go down town ten Is yours to consider If asked for now minutes ride will bring you to tho Drs STARKEY PALEN 16JM Arch Street Philadelphia Pa new Twelfth Street station in tho Dec 24 ly heart of the city Now bear in mind the manifest advantage of entering Chicago on the Big Four route In the first place you avoid entirely the BL6E GRASS HURSERIES bother and trouble of a tedious trans- Â¬ fer across the city whioh is neces Â¬ sary via all other lines being landed directly at the exposition grounds 1893 SPRING - 1893 an advantage offered by no other line and in the second place you can so fix the geography of the city in IjmUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMALL grape vines asparagus and every your mind that you will at once be- Â¬ the come as familiar with Chicago as you thing for sell orchard lawn andnogarden Prices low We direct and have agents Cataaro with your own town logues on application to Another point in favor of the H F HILLENMEYEB Big Four route is found in tho fact that if you enter Cincinnati on the Queen Orescent route Louisville Lexington Ky Nashville R R Kentucky Central Mar ll 3in Ry Chesapeake Ohio Ry or Bal Â¬ timore Ohio S W R R connection is made in Union depot avoiding tho WWI w disagroeable- - transfer necessary via all other lines For full particulars ATTORN W D B Martin address General Passenger agent Cincinnati FAT PEOPLE Â¬ Â¬ WorK Worry and Disease Â¬ c Â¬ fl Â¬ CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- Â¬ Our stock of vohioles was never so large All grades all prices Noth Â¬ ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Get our prices before buying 37 RBAL ESTATE AQBNT PBAOTICX IN TH1 COURTS 0 Franklin and the adjoining eounttec ui will alto kIto apetal attention to the purohas and tale ol rtal estate collection and the lecettotiea of leant taiiSMr tf et rtnU oUUhjl Mastin Bros r u M vft I I Ml Cents On the Dollar 75 Is the way we bought these Fine Suits of Hammers lough Saks Co and Dayton Close thats why we can sell them at such low prices r SEE THE KANGAROO i Mens genuine Kangaroo Shoes all shapes worth only 350 500 in lace and congress our price for the next two weeks Tan Patent Leathers I 81000 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 them ever offered here before All colofs 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 I CRDTCHER Main Street STARRS Fourth and Jefferson LOUISVILLE FRANKFORT frv n sssaasseaxaBssssaaei A Note of Hand Several years ago a couple of young men from this city went up the river fishing and not having much luck they concluded to stop at the hotuse of a German friend who ran a vineyard and sample his wine He invited them into his cellar and fur Â¬ nished them all the wine they could dunk but when the time came to settle both fishermen searched their pockets and could find no money The German demanded their note but when they consented to give the same he could find no paper about the house upon which the note could be written After thinking awhile the German said well you just write So one of that note on the wall the fishermen took the stubb of a pencil he found in his pocket aqd wrote on the whitewashed wall of the cellar the following Ten days after date I promise to pay to B thirty five cents F for value received t It is now forty years sinco the goods manufactured by this company were first placed on the market to Dr Prico being due tho distinction of having prepared the first can of Cream of Tartar Baking Powder ever manufactured in any country It was a great discovery superseding as it did the old method of using cream of tartar and soda separately to say nothing of salaratus with which the biscuit of early days was embittered The Price Company has no con- Â¬ nection whatever with any other baking powder company or manu- Â¬ facturer notwithstanding represen- Â¬ tations to the contrary made by other manufacturers whose sole aim is to deceive the public and borrow the good name and fame acquired by the Price Cream Baking Powder which is known all over the world as the purest and most perfect made June 10 1 1 m Change of Schedule Queen and Worlds Fair and American Rail Â¬ ways Crescent Houto May 28th 1803 Kentucky Midland By Shortest and quickest between On May 28th tho Queen and Ores widely know as the road running the scent Route inaugurated a new ser Â¬ Finest Trains in the South is in vice of magnificent solid vestibuled the field tq carry everybody from the CINCINNATI The Queen Cresent Route trains and sleeping cars through to Chicago without change coming from all principal pointsln the South in tne lilue Urass country this service will be largely increased over the present There will be six daily trains from Lexington to Cincinnati and four daily trains from Chattanooga to Cincinnati Leaving Junction City as at present will be the Blue Â¬ Â¬ Harris will sell you a good brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a good check cotton at 5 cents a yard and a good calico cotton at f cents a yard Our stock of China silks fancy Ginghams Orope Cloth and 39 tf Challies is complete - S m 0 in ii J M C H Si rrle would have been rendered happi Â¬ er and perhaps saved The fisherman said whats the warning If you have aHeed the cough or matter with you why are you in such any affection of the Throat or Lungs call at Chapman a hurry for a settlement Williams and get Well said the German I just a trial bottle free Largo size COo 45 tell you I want to whitewash my collar and I dont want to destroy Bucklons Arnica Salvo the note before it is paid The best salve in tho world for Outs Bruises Born TTfonra Snlfc Destroyed by Firo and Again at Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped nanus uminiains Uorns and all Work Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or guar Â¬ required The Price Baking Powder Company anteed tono paysatisfaction It ismoney give or of Chicago which is known through- refunded Price 25 cents per box out the country for the superior ex For sale by Ban Caepenter cellence of its Baking Powder mot 8 ly with a serious loss on the morning of juay lMtn m tne nearjy total destruc Dr Halos Housohold Ointment tion by firo of its factory and offices No sooner had the flames been sub Â¬ dued than the work of restoration Ts the finest remedy in the world commenced and the company by tt absolutely cures catarrh lb cures Cures prudent foresight having had stored Neuralgia and Rheumatism in outside warehouses duplicate ma Â¬ Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum chinery labels and supplies of raw n the most soathing manner Cures materials in preparation for any inflamed and Granulated Eyelids emergency was enabled by energetic Cures Coughs and Colds Can be management to resume manufactur taken internally A positive specific ing within a very few days after the for Pneumonia Oats Bruises Burns fire thereby causing its customers Chilblains Sores of long Btanding but a trifling delay in the filling of Corns and Bunions are cured qaiokly their orders Had the Company not different from uU else superior to all boon so prepared the delay would oloo it haa noeqaaly2fr and 50c boxes have required months of time to got Large size cheapest Sold at Cakpkn 8 now machinery teiis drug eWre Promptly on time when the note fell due the German came to town hunted up the party who had given it and demanded payment A Horrible Eailroad Accident Is daily chronic in our naners also Ihe death of some dear friend who lias died with Consumption whereas if ho or shehad taken Ottos Cure lor Thioat and Lung disease in time I Lexington to Cincinnati This will be supplemented by another vesti- Â¬ buled train the Lexington Vesti bulo leaving Lexington 3 p m and arriving at Cincinnati 540 p m The Chicago Limited leaves Chatanoo ga coming from Atlanta at 725 p m Lexington 4 a m and arrives Cincin- Â¬ nati 630 a m running through solid to Chicago via Big Four Route arÂ¬ riving at Chicago 434 p m Through sleeping cars to Chicago via O H and D and Monon pass Lexington 810 p m arriving at Cin- Â¬ cinnati 100 D m Ohinjirrn 755 n m Southbound solid train carrying sleeping cars to New Orleans leaves Lexington 1030 a m and also carries sleepers to Savannah and Jaolcson villo Solid vestibuled train to Macon leaves Cincinnati 1100 a m arrives at Chattanooga 1000 a m Macon 645 p m Sleeping cars will run from Louis Â¬ ville to Ashvillo and Knoxville and Louisville to Chattanooga via Lex-ington Three daily trains each way Lexington to Louisville For further particulars call on agents for schedules etc or address T G Edwards u p a Cincinnati train carrying free parlor cars from Grass Vostibule a solid vestibuled i J How to Cure aJCold Simply take Ottos Cure We know of its astonishing cores and that it will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy If you have Asthma Bronchitis Consumption or any disease of tho throat and lungs a few doses of this groat guaranteed remedy will surÂ¬ prise you If you wish to try itcallat our store on Main street and we will bo pleased to furnish you a bottle free of coot and that will prove our assertion 45 OriAPMAN Â¬ Â¬ Williams Â¬ 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 Bale at a bargain Forjterms c apply 20 tf at this office South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago No part of the Southern country is Only direct line between left uncared for by this great railway Through its connections and The Car System is an admirable exposi- Frankfort ftdorgotoio and Paris Car Â¬ tion of the wonderful capabilities of American railroading From New lisle Hajsville Cynthiana Fal Â¬ Orleans through sleeping cars run daily morning and evening carrying its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- Â¬ mouth and Coringto ville as they may select From Shreveport Vicksburg and Jackson another through sleeping car line comes to join and become a ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND part of the magnificent vestibuled through trains which passing through Birmingham and the famous Wills Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat Â¬ tanooga by the train from Jackson- Â¬ TRAINS HUH 8Y CENTRAL STAHDJtBD TIME ville Florida BrunBwiok and Atlan Â¬ ta Georgia over the E T V Ga TIME TABLE MAY 27 1803 Ry and proceeds north over the Southern Cincinnati beautiful A Hp M through the grandest natural scenery f M TRAINS E AST and moat attractive historical coun- Â¬ No 1 No a No try in the world to Oakdale whore A Frankfort another magnificent Pullman car is Lv Summit 12 45 600 360 600 350 1265 recieved coming from the Richmond Lv Elkhorn Lv tUl 402 110 and Danville system from Charleston LvSwltzer 618 410 125 S 0 through Columbia S 0 the Lv stamping Ground 632 421 145 630 428 166 beautiful Fronch Broad country and Lv Duvull Lv Johnson 644 438 205 Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten Lv Georgetown B 662 4 41 220 Lv C S Depot nessee 666 460 245 Iv Newtown 700 602 305 The time to Ohioago is made so as Lv Centrevllle 718 510 320 to afford the most convenient hours Lv Elizabeth 728 515 330 o for departures from the principal Ar Paris 737 525 845 cities and arrivals in Chicago VAM P M A Ml PM TltAtWd WEST Passengers can purchase tickets No 2 No 4 IMoBJNoliT good over one lino north of the river Lv Paris 04O hm om Ar ElJznbeth fOO 833 and returning via another if they de Â¬ Ar Centervllle 627 838 60 sire a variable route without extra Ar Newtown G12 847 44g charge Or they can go via Cincin Â¬ Ar O S Depot Offl CH0 42n Ar Georgetown B 1005 685 062 nati returning via LouiBvillo or vice Ar Johnson 1017 R4i 705 versa Ar Uuvnll 1023 6 48 715 Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ ArStnmpJngGround 10 30 665 735 7 OS 104J 765 duced rates Agents of Chicago lino Ar Swltzer Ar Elknorn 1049 715 610 will on request aasist in looking up Ar Summit 1066 721 820 rooms or accomodation for visitors Ar Frankfort A 1105 730 8 JO to tho Fair Everything that an almost perfect A system can devise to deserve tho B connects with L fc N and is s connects with Q c C connects with K 0 and patronage of the travel ng public has been provided Any of tne agents of the company named Effective Mnv 27th and during the summer tho below will cheerfully give all possi- following Sunday schedule will be In oflect ble information and assistance R H Garrett New Orleans La I EtST No 5 SUNDAY TRAINS ra Vicksburg Miss J R Mc Â¬ Georgetown 840 leaves Frankfort 715 mn No Hardy arrives Paris 915 a Gregor Birmingham Alai E T 3 leaves trankfort 360 patin Georgetown 450 Charlton Chattanooga Tennj W D arrives at Paris 6 V5 p in 930 Wkbt Paris a n Cozatt Junction City Ky or D G town 1005No 6 leavesFrankfort 1105 a inGeorge 4Â¬ arrives at No Edwards Cincinnati Ohio leaves Purls 560 p in Georgetown 630 arrives Â¬ I 7Â¬ I 1 Â¬ AND FRANKFORT j V 1 r i i M W r J1I ff J l at Frankfort 7 30 p in you feel week and all worn out take If BROWNS IRON BITTERS CD The Kentucky Mldlnnd Rnliwnr and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to oil points north south east and west For fnrlhor Information npplyto their agents I1ERCAW Gen Pass Agt GXOB IIABPKRGen fe B JVEITZEL City Ticket Agent Bupt u yftitfUiuJHUtoLffittft fiv7Aiij