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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nm BERTf W x Vftl Yx Ma is - 1 RASKFOBT ROMMBOFT A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LlfrWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance -- - l 0L XYI Am FEANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 17 1893 Latest U S Govt Report had refused 0 raise the Louisville Nashville railroad trestle across Wilkinson street andt the matter was referred to tho City Attorney with in structions to investigate and report nnnHRanaBiTtRaiGnranBaRHnnRiaBaBnnnnainacianBito the council The telephone poles which obstruct the plank walk on Wllkinsqn street YOU PROBABLY NEED were ordered removed On motion of Mr McClure the hallJXjuvXTIkT committee were authorized to sub t Eu stitute tho name of Mr Wilder in the place of I Dan Callahan in the hall illSTO-- NO 41 w Highest of all in Leavening Power v h a ir- igags2 ABSOLUTELY PURE Dr U V Wllliamq m Baki Powder Win Tf ili SRi 1 w IS Ki itf 3 m it t WILL A J0yS7mJJri O - contract Capt Thomas T0E CAPITAL CONTEST Poore and numerous others being in Â¬ Vk cluded iutho latter class CJM i JThat a fair test of the will of the Century o Anxiety J people of the State In the matter of ftcv it v locating the capital has been made In i cum tnriDn the numerous contests which other m cities have waged with Frankfort for JiX KWJ almost a century and especially Tho Asronv is Over ana in tho Constitutional Conven- Â¬ kfos present General Frankfort on Top tion and the Assembly there pan hardly be the jj L i Ui niiikn M At- rnn nnniri i ihiii ivl- question of a doubt and now that l v ww- ivi Frankfort Is justly entitled to tho re- Â¬ uuo mjvi Tv HO oiivi u master has at lagt been reached and ward of her long tried patience and prankfprt in the struggle with her suffering under disappointment both ft more powenui rivals naa rcuiovou Louisville and Lexington as well as signal victory Those who were on all other parts of the State should the inside of the agitation continued unite in securing the permanency to aesuro the citizens that they had of Frankforts claims by advocating no occasion to worry over the reoent at once an appropriation for the i efforts made by Louisville and Lex- - building of a State House in this city ington butthe announcement that a joint caucus of friends of both cities THE LOCAL LEGISLATURE had been held this week in orcler to combine the forces against Frankfort Tax Payors Given Further Time tho Street Railway Manuals aroused an intense interost that Shllohs Cure the Great Cough and Training Department and brought out in the contest every Croup Cure Is for sale by ub Pocket nairtlclG of local nride and influence Other Business size contains twenty five doses only had a large delegation 21 25c Children love it Lexington hereon Mondav Louisville a still Tlie cltyicouncll met Tuesday night larger one on Tuesday and both in regular session with a full atten- Â¬ T cities together with Frankfort pre- - dance of the members sented their claims to the committeo Tho following petitions asking a re- Â¬ before the bate on the assessed valuation of v and made every endeavor Dr G B i House to accompusn uioir purpose property were granted Jbinaliy wnue in une uommnwo u Chinn on 300 J M Banta on 300 theWholo on Thursday the issue Jerome Weitzel for 6000 but allowed j V W r was forced and the balloting begnn on 2000 only J W Hughes onj Co on 400 On the vote as between Louisville 1000 Gaines Berry andLoxington the former city re Â¬ Lancaster Duff on 270 and W 0 j ceived 38 votes and tho latter Herndon for Mrs Morgan on 1000 ll for a city 36 votes and when the question A petition of V Kaltenbrun of removing the Capital to Louisville rebate of 2000 on part of the Man- Â¬ wrh Taut to a vote of the House it re- - sion House was referred to tho fi- Â¬ of BU1WSU ua iviln luuuwn nance committee r Tinea TlawfrnnH UAnntM Frank Haff was granted permission Car Berd Bennett Bruner Oanslor Cox Â¬ to build a frame house on Conway roll Oharlton Oombest Comer open W J Durham Finn Garrison Gard- - street t kjsner Gpugh Hutcheson James Kre The petitions of W D Butcher for MathV toor Krieger Letterle Lively Myers- a grocery license of Sam Luscher for era May W H May JS Hursey y NrooK NlnhniiB Peak Fallen II van a saloon license of Hannen iI T t mvnniig T Tf TJnolntr WJ1 carriage and buggy license and at for a sell flett B F TVUlett G E TJVoods 37 Black Hughes for a license tocom Nays Messrs Alexander Ayros coal wore referred to the license Bailey Birkhead Botts Oaudill Cox- mitteo with power to act M L J Dickson mollis uay wienn On motion of Mr McClure anew Harned fi Hubert Hanks Harlow fire alarm box was ordered to be Hart iiays tiensiey nowara jonn sdn Jonlin Kincheloe Kirk Leavell placed at Cross and Fowler streets on sMWMlrnt MnTtiernov OMeara Pet- - tho South Side and box 20 ordered titt Porter Prvso Oulcley Reed removed to Wilkinson street at some M Rk i Roberts Severs Sharp anouBe tjims W ipaldlng Stephenson Thomas J R point near Gongletons saw mill Mr Gray moved that Harrison yr mM Kl iiuuiui Wolfnn Woloh WhltJlVftr attvtii t wwi llson Mr Speaker Mooro--1- 8 Williamson be dlreoted to have the ix was announced the sidewalk on the east side of Conway Vhon the result friends of Frankfort gave vent street fronting his proporty repaired to their jpy in loud aplause and it was adoptod Whloh the great orowd that Mr Qray of tho street committee flefrtfco State House and walked up St reported favorably an nmendmentto Olair street oontinued to repeat That the street railway ordinance grant Jnlgbt there was an outpouring of tho ing the company the right of way to voitMMin front pf tho Capital Hotel construct and operate ts road for rj to twtify their gratification over the nasseneer purposes oniy over xoau yqt and a largq number ot the logk street east from Shelby to Murray Alaiorsand others made addresses ex- - North on Murray to Second wesj on Vi I y crinf will nnrl nnffiftm iviix a Sooond from Murray to Shelby west general tenor of on Cross from Murray to Main north for Frankfort the L it AIVk9 l t of maainx P wnioh was cnab uio uumuui tiu iiuu on Main to Second and west on tp Wlikinspn street developed any bad feeling but had Clinton from Ann a oaftlal fnravar the nuestlon of the lo- - Tho amendment was adopted cation1 of the Capital and should now Mr Gray of the same committee prompt the Legislature to enter at repprted adversely to the potitlen pf once upon a measure looking to tho Mr Rankin to rompyo his scales and building of State Heuse here that tho aoblen pf the cpmmltteo was vwM be commensurate with tho pride sustained welth and growth cf the State Wtr McOluro moved that the Mayor ahtl City AttQrneyj be appointed a WD of many log committee to study tho new city char the efforts arfdinfluohce Moore ter and nsoertain and recommend Jlator and citizens Spoaker UMflra Hanks Whltakor Hat Pob such changes in the city government It ftVitti OMeara and Qnlgley besides San- - aa the new system may require H Taylor ana uepresencativo wasadppted andjtfr McClure added STAPLE 5ator ft L J Oox of the county who have to the committee Mr MoQlure also moved that the been unremitting In their labora ielng inolud4 ROiong the former matter of Flnoels using water from Bf Mavnr Tobln and Pat McDonald I the pipe be referred tP the health ana it commute wun power Ira Julian Gen D - otrugo j---i toiij v T s iI The chairman of the health com- Â¬ mittee was directed to notify the health officer to call on the work houBe keeper when his services were needed and that the services of Mr E A Phillips were dlspensed with A motion by Mr J E Miles to re- Â¬ consider the vote ordering the water company to removo the hydrant at the Corner of Wapplng and Washing- Â¬ ton streets was oh motion of Mr Watson laid on the table Mr Watson presented a resolution to appropriate 200 to assist the School Board fn equipping a Manual Training Department to the city school and it was referred to the school committee Mr J N Miles moved that the Treasurer retain the tax books until July 12 1893 prior to which time a rebate of two per cent be allowed to all who pay their taxes to him and it was adopted Tho council then adjourned to meet again next Tuesday night Doors Only the best is Cheap and only high grade goods are sold by Wire Screen HOSE M Hardware Merchant PGRAY CiIOIfcT it T Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I Lead The Market IS Zncix 400 4 tt urn 4B0 500 mwa inflRTSTFN 323 hoJm 320-XDT7s7-u-5- ammmwmmim0mimmLwJLmwJmymwimmlma v Street- - BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE -- Main and Broadway Lexington Ky vi iv iij i Formerly this city have returned and will their new store on SPECIALTIE- Swf Lit Hi itfflS Lawn Furniture Folding Beds Baby Carriages Brass Beds o1 k JVJ v imH JS tiVJ as Sv Ol - MAIN STEEET Next to Iron Beds Mosquito Bars Curtain Stretchers Carpet Sweepers 7 t3 I Collins Bros9 tin or about Large Assortment sr i vm hakdwaeestoue Strictly Pirst class Goods Correct Prices Cottou and Hair Mattresses Feather Pillows and Window Sliades made to order Old Furniture repaired and refinlslted by skilled workmen m f1 Ti JUNE 20TH With complete line 1 BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE I 1 1 Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies M i Ji vv FHNGT GOODS LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of M -- t3 M ions H 12JSrEJSS OKI IP and examine and satisfy 10DS If not calleverything is new and at yourselves Rock that Bottom Prices ISTIjT T CTSIF1 and 3 OOIDS rJi Tim WrWi q- r4t 01 - X m iii i i r IBIVUk UWKUHM Jf yrp rLiTJr AffM THP JMuman - rtr 1W L in waapulw truiw n -- - J m 1 JJ jpai Lo6ii 6At for bajgaing 1 I tm S suiAVinri VVJfJ iAmkV iMMK f H C33S2 a -- 33KEBX l t 2 r i Ghinawape Given Awav y 111 i - l NO GUESSING -- NO LOTTERY i of ONE DOLLAR and upwards some useful china article such as CUPS SAUCERS PLATES ORE AM WATER OR MILK JUGS TEA POTS SUGAR STANDS VEGETABLE DISHES MEAT DISHES PIOKLE 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 SMLESK--each cash purchas e XGHSH on we will give with During the dull season now coming IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR n M -- 1 tfi - ii f 100 Piece Dinner Set 3 styles value 1250 12 Piece Toilet Set 4 styles 1000 OURS TOGK OF SHOES OXFORDS line of SLIPPERS We also have a full l For men ladies and children was never as complete as now I Hats Trunks low as Valises School Books Sec a comparison Our prices are as lowest and we the invite tfftl IS SMS Wpi M VsS MEAGHER June 3 41 MARSHALL Rev E A Penick of Ascension Church has accepted a call from a church in Camden N J and will re Â¬ move his family to that city next September Camden is across the Delaware river from Philadelphia and the parish of the church is com- Â¬ posed of well-to-d- o communicants who pay their rector a salary of 4000 per annum Though the change will give Mr Penick a larger field and greater renumeration which as a recognition of his zeal in the cause of his church his friends here re- Â¬ joice to see him win there will noue tho less be deep regret felt by all that the occasion has arisen to sever with Frankfort the long and close re- Â¬ lations of thirteen years as a citizen rector and friend Wrinkles and hollow cheeks and dull sunken eyes dont always mean that a womans old Half the time they only show she is overworked or suffering To such women to every woman who is tired or afflicted Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription safely and certainly brings back health and Btrength Its a legitimate medicine that corrects and cures a tonio that invigorates and builds up a nervine For that soothes and strengthens all the derangements irregularities and weaknesses peculiar to women it is the only guaranteed remedy If it doesnt benefit or cure you have your money back JFjwiMJteMr JESL jti JB l m PERSONAL Pair this week Miss Mary Jillson is at the Worlds Midway this week Miss Jennie McDonald was in Louisville Thursday Mr Henry F Duncan was in Louis ville on business Thursday Mr J Werner of Atlanta GaM was here this week on business Mir Jerry Corbett went to Paducah Wednesday to study medicine Mr T Welsh an attorney of Louis- Â¬ ville spent Tuesday in this city Mrs P McDonald and Mrs J T Buckley were in Louisville Thurs- Â¬ day Miss Ada Gaines of Covington visited Miss Minnie VanDerveer this week Miss Janie Dehoney is home for the vacation from her school at An Â¬ chorage Mrs Ben G Williams returned Sat Â¬ urday from a visit to her parents in Louisville Mr Wm Goddard of LouiBville is in the city the guest of Mr W W Longmoor Miss Dora Miller of Murray Callo- Â¬ way county is visiting her father Senator Miller who has Miss Hannah Hardin been visiting inBardstown returned homo this week Mr Wm L Perkins of Washing Â¬ ton county is hero visiting his son Mr J W Perkins Mr and Mrs Henry P61sgrove re turned this week from a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Miss Nellie Burnett of Shelbyville is the guest of Miss Rebecca John- Â¬ son on the South Side Mr Thomas Turner of Lexington was in the city Sunday visiting his 6ister Mrs John W Cox Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of Woodlake are tho guests of Miss Margaret Lewis Bellepoint Miss Gertrude Smith had a large party of young ladies and gentlemen visiting at her home this week The wife of Senator W H Jones and daughter returned to their home in Barren county Thursday Mr and Mrs W L Crabb of Emi- jience spent Thursday with Rev and Mrs H G Henderson of this city Miss Stone daughter of Congress Â¬ man W J Stone of the First district is the guest of Mrs Caswell Bennett Miss Ada Bennett arrived Thurs Â¬ day from school at Nazareth and is at home with hor father Judge Ben Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Willie Stone visited friends in from Nazareth Thursday Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis- Â¬ ville was in tho city Wednesday Mrs D M McHenry and Mrs A F Respess were in Lexington this week the guests of Mrs Wallace Shelby Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges of Louisville are here visiting their cousin Miss Julia McClure on the South Side Miss Kate Halloran entertained friends at cards Tuesday night in honor of Miss Ada Gaines of Wash Â¬ Miss Clara Buckley returned home a Hfl OF i BISPUT iPA ji ington Oity their homes Tuesday Missea Annie Price of Lexington and Woollums of Midway who were visiting Miss Lena Stone returned to JSlla M i Mr and Mrs Geo A Lewis return- Â¬ ed yesterday from Chicago where they have been for two weeks enjoy Â¬ ing the sights at the Worlds Fair Hon Henry S Julian tv prominent lawyer of Kansas Oity a former Frankfort boy who has been visiting relatives in this city will sail for Europe to day Mr John T Gray and sons J Howard and J T jr and daughter Miss Fannie of Louisville were in the city this week at the bedside of Mr James Saflell Mr James Crabb of Eminence who has bBen attending tho Bession of the United States Court in this city has been the guest of his neice Mrs H G Henderson RMisses Lena Emma and Florence Au brey accompanied by their brother John returned home Wednesday from a visit to the family of Mr Herbert Sargeant near Farmdalo Mr John Moss and family of Jersey City N J after a visit to his sister Mrs Gus Robinson and his unole Mr James Bransom went to Indianapolis Saturday to visit the family of Mrs HANDSOME 1 PATTERNS A u ft It wont do to experiment with catarrh Theres tlio constant dan ger of driving it to the lungs You can have a perfect and permanent cure with Dr Sages Catarrh Reme Â¬ Â¬ R ROGERS DFor Mar 18 lr SON LOUISVILLEY s I 1 dy remorlng Stamps and Uocks Uor yuarry men and Well diggers canlly bundled and cheap For full Information find price address German Service SBMPLB Vi n HB HH i nett Rev Paul Schenke German Luthe Â¬ ran of Lexington will conduct the usual monthly service in tho German language at the Southern Presby Â¬ terian Church on Monday evening Moss next at 730 oclock All the Germans in the oity are in- Â¬ Miss Katherine Halloran went to Nazareth Wednesday to attend the vited to attend commencement exorcises at that in- Â¬ The Ladies stitution of learning and will remain for a few days to visit her sister Miss Mary Halloran The pleasant effect and perfect safe- Â¬ ty with which ladies may use the Mr John W R Williams and bride returned to the city Monday after- Â¬ California liquid laxative Syrup of noon from a trip including New York Figs under all conditions makes it Niagara Falls and the Worlds Fair They will make their home with tho their favorite remedy To get the parents of Mr Williams on Steele true and genuine article look for tho street name of the California Fig Syrup Co Mr Sam C Bull jr and his bride printed near the bottom of tho pack of Groonville Miss accompanied by age 30 lm Mr S 0 Bull Br of this oity ar-Â¬ rived from Greenville Thursday Captain Sweeney U S Am San Diego Oal says Shllohs Catarrh afternoon The happy couple will remain in Remedy is the first medio no I have the oity the guests of Mr Bull and over found that would do me any Price 50 oents Sold by W then make a short trip boforo return Â¬ good 21 MoKoe Hardio ing to their home in Mississippi w IVIcKEE HARDIE - 1 DRUGGIST HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Wo keep a full line of J DRUGS AND PATENT rl icl a MEDICINES 1 And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W MoKEE HARDIE Jan2Mr I 0 L GAYIE h - iML ISH2Q1 wr - iLim - tig mm -- mrm iiii i visiiriirhsiLtW1fMtilW I Dont El Ruin Your Eyes Br allowing Incompetent self styled scientific opticians nnil peddlers lit tUom Tlio optician should graduate and have hid dlpiomu ol quul fl catlon Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks Rogers Knives Forks and Spoons Silver Inlaid Spoons L Top Drawer IwA W 1V ft C rSS lf 1 III I I V Solid ArvjnA Eyes examined with the Oculists Te Case and the modern Improved scientific Instruments W Frames Accurately Fitted to the Face Silver and Silver Plated CQafe V J Should your head ache eyes burn or water Bight blur and your glasses dont suit come and consult me Satisfaction guaranteed Goln glasses a specialty E O ZEHAG-EN- - Graduate Optician at M A Selberts St Clnlr Ky Monday Tuesday ond stroot Kraulcfort Wednesdav June 26 27 and 28 m J k SELBEET lETD Â¬ FOB TEN LONG YEARS - 1A sbf - fejSl Bftr ft fa FW h and suffering to Bowen and the lon linesB and the burden of cares and sorrow to Miss Hill there was not a moment when the recollection of their plighted troth did nob revive hope and bring renewed tenderness and yearriags to her Time had wrought its changes and transformed a handsome youth into a worn and middle aged man and a bright and lovely young girl into a woman whose crushed spirit bud evidently made sad inroads on her former charms but the joy of a reunion even under the shadow of a prison seemed to restore to both all that the inter- Â¬ vening years had taken from them There was an elasticity In his move- Â¬ ments that day and a bright and kindly word for his fellow prisoners In her the sweet shyness the sun Â¬ shine of a loving heart and near expectancy of a happy consummation long prayed for lent an irradiance to her stops She grew restless and nervous as the hour of liberation drew near and when Bowen appeared be- Â¬ fore her she fell into his arms and in a copious flow of tears forever blot- Â¬ ted out the cruel past They returned to Henderson together where they intend to be married to day and it is a safe prediction to make that ho happier couple certainly no more deserving bride will be joined in wedlock in Kentucky this year Â¬ Â¬ LOCAL A Sweetheart Proves her Devotion and Cornea to This City to Drowned at Paris On Saturday go Join her Convict Charles S Brent of Paris aged 28 The Summer Adjournment The Lover years a nephew of Judge Brent of Superior Court and Court of Appeals this city was drowned in Stoney adjourned this week for the summer Pew men would ever show devo- Creek while bathing and the judges of tho courts with the tion to a woman in disgrace which op the Midland Mr exception of Judges Lewis and Ben Auditor a woman for the man ohe loves French Hoge tendered his resigna Â¬ nett who live hero have returned to will develop into strength and fortitude to equal the remarkable feats of tion as Auditor of the Kentucky their homes An Inspired Poet On Tuesday afheroism As a rule if a wife should Midland Railroad this week and it was accepted and Mr Duane Sin- ter the Louisville delegation on the commit a orime for which she would Capital removal had arrived and be Bent to the Penitentiary the gates clair appointed to fill the vacancy Some unknown while the band of music which the of that institution would hardly close An Unknown on her before the husband would file man attempted to commit suicide in delegation brought with them was a suit for divorce A case of a sweet Now Albany Ind Sunday but did playing in the State House yard beneath the Governors window Mr R hearts devotion for her convict lover not succeed He said he was from B Franklin Secretary of the State not was made known here this week this city but as yet his name has Board of Equalization who was lisby the presence in the city of Miss been learned City Attorney Mr James Pols- - tening to the music from a window in Luoy Hill of Hendersonwho came to join her lover Marshall Bowen a con- groye was elected by the Board of the State House juBt above the band vict whose term of ten yearn in the Councllmen of Bellepoint Friday suddenly became inspired and wrote penitentiary for rape expired on Wed- Â¬ night of last week City Attorney of the following prophecy in verse and nesday During all the years of shame that miniature municipality Mr dropped it among the serenaders with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ viz Martin D Hardin son of Gen P WHardin and James H Swango son of Register of Land Office G B Swan Jeweler POT7EIS DSAIjSB IlfcT STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET Alaska Charcoal 66 Filled Refrigerators 9 Mt slJ s w Â¬ 4UmjECrJE mr ym Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to A Nervous Prostration voro very much embarrassed who gt fV v b relieved of care and worry and have a change of thought This doo toi was moro considerate of his pa tioitls health than of his financial lie ought to have clriMimHtanceu advised him to uho Dr Miles Rostor at vo Nervine the best remedy for mrvous prostration sleeplessness diftstneos noadachelll effects of spir its tobacco coffoo opium o Thou Â¬ sands testify to euros Books and trial bottles fre at J W Gayles 5 to and was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion went 10 a celebrated specialist He was told that the only thing needed was large manufacturer whose affairs Â¬ Please Return The party who took by mistake from the ofllco of Williams atablo in South Frankfort on the first Monday in May a brown overcoat with a pair of dog skin gloves and a handkerchief in the pocket is requested to return the same to H R Williams grocery K V houfle on Ann street Fon Sale ok Rent- - My dwelling- -- tf J T Buckley arc broken Polsgrove is a worthy young man his compliments and will make a diligent and efficient You may blow your horns all day my boys officer You may blow till your jaws do ache Excursion by Falls City This af4 oclock the steamer Falls But youll have your trouble for your ternoon at pains ray boys City will leave the Custom House For the Capital youll not take wharf for Shaker Ferry and return to the city about three oolock on Sun Dr Halos Household Tea day afternoon Excursion rates for the round trip including all accom- Â¬ la a pleasant herb drink which posi Â¬ modations have been placed at two tively cures dyspepsia liver com asd all kidney diseases Slarnts dollars at bed time ine doWa dmy take 22 tt Excursion to Clifton The steam Â¬ does tbe bosiaess 95 and B9 ota paafcace QdMofeyft P EL er W L Norton and Barge Annie belonging to Messrs Shaw Sheets will run tho first of a series of excur- Â¬ Are You Going to the ExP sions of the season to Clifton on Sun- Â¬ day afternoon leaving the wharf at If you are contemplating a trip to the United States building at two Chicago during the great Columbian oclock Fare for the round trip will Exposition and want a real first class place to stop where everything is be fifty cents Damages Mr Luke done up in regular old Kentucky ON MAIN STEET TO Suit for Taaffe of this oounty who was in- Â¬ style write to Mrs S F Richardson jured last March in Lexington has 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to AMIST instituted suit for damages for 5000 save you quarters in her house Mrs against the Lexington Lumber Com- Â¬ Richardson is a former Frankfort Capital Hnteh nf lady widow of the late Owen TRich Â¬ pany ardson and one of the nicest of Struck by Lightning Wednesday house keepers Her terms are reason BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Holton at the the stable of Bowen able and she should be liberally short time Forks of Elkhorn was struck by light- Â¬ patronized by people from her old ning and the stallion Inglewood by home 32 tf ANNOUNCEMENT sustained a stroke from R1DGF1AY SPRINKLE CO Onward which he died and two mares one Good Iook9 For Senator PROPRIETORS OF- Mary Morgan were injurod but not Good looks are more than skin We are authorized to announce Hon W W seriously Tho shook knocked young deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ STEPHENSON of Mercercounty as u candidate from this for Sandy Holton down but he soon re- Â¬ dition of all the vital organs If the tionsenator Democraticdistrict subject to the ac LeliiEli Coal snil Mining Co party of the covered It is said thatfor Inglewood Liver be inactive you have a BiHous June 3 te Look if Domestic and Steam Coal an offer of 10000 had been refused you have your stomach be disordered a Dyspeptic Look and it you MANUFACTURERS OF Morton Procter Last week on your kidneys be afflicted good have a health Secure Pinched Look aocount of defectivo eyesight Cadet and vou will have good looks Eleo i o reduce your weight SlHtFLX use Wlllards JCa TU 3SMC JOB JB3 Morton Prooter son of Mr John R trie Bitters is the great alterative and Obes lty Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No with busi Procter of this city was about to be Tonic acts directly on these vital or Injury to the health NO No interference They build Hoienwood Tenn STARVING pleasure gans Cures Pinples Blotches Boils ness or Improve the general neulth beautify the up and retired from the Naval Academy at and gives a good complexion Sold complexion and leave NO WIttNKLES Lucy R C STEELE Salesman June U lm Annapolis but Senator Wm Lindsay at Phil Carpkntuks Drug Store i Anderson 84 Auburn street Ounbrldge Mass Three bottles of your Obesity Pills re writes advocated his cause before Secretary duesd my weight from 26 pounds to 190 and I Real Estate Transfers never leit better In all my life I am much of War Herbert and that offloial not all I can to iieued with the result and shall do Physicians only reinstated him but ordered him help you Our patrons Include M Taokett and wife Mildred D Bankers Lawyers and leaders or Society Our F on a three years cruise drug siores all oruers are tiuods ure not nro a formidable trio yet the weak Tackett to L H McGraw for 2000 supplied direct sold Inour ottlce Price per pack from person frequently has to meet all ot Â¬ Oresap Ringo The wires convey- cash 100 acres of land ou the ago VA00 or three packages for JtfOO by iiihII pry tiem at once How can he overcome paid Particulars sealed 4 cis ALL COUKLS ed tho distressing news that Oresap waters of Long Branch The answer Is with our Compound KuNDKNCE CONFIDENTIAL Oxvoen and ours only The count Â¬ Ringo son of Hon W L Rlngo of less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ f CO BOSTON MASS rant tills reply HUD Ashland formerly of this oity was our treatment is available for home Apl 3 6111 use neither need your occupation b e painfully burned Tuesday by an ex-Â¬ 1 he value of these Interfered ulth plosion of gasoline about tho head features Is obvious Wht about your need A book uf explanation and proof face and hands In the labratoryof tho is yours to consider If asked for now Stoolo Company In which ho ABhland Drs STARKEY rv PALEN tkA i iu j ail ia o i rcei iriumutiiiJiiiii ru was employed His escape from death Dec 21 ly THE- waB mlraoulous and by proper care now ho will recover Executrix Carrie W Lee quali Â¬ H W ATTORN fied as Executrix under tho will of wysoFon a casc it will not core gg 1 Â¬ Ohas Ross Leo deceased on Tues IU An nsrreeablo LHotlvo and NERVE TONIC day RBAZ B8TATB AGENT Sold by Druggfotnor sent liy mull 5o60o The Quick Meal sales In 1891 amounted to 36212 stoves The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on the market run up to 164955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers ubsolute safety against accidents Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having burners that cannot be opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having u tank that cannot be taken off for filling un- Â¬ less all the burners are closed Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having an Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the anly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is in use Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having aM pipes made of anti rust material Because the Quick Meal is tho only stove having the needle points of the burners made of Ger Â¬ man silver which makes them absolutely inde-Â¬ structible Because the Quirk Meal Is the only stove having a rlui on the cast iron burner tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting them against the dripping from the cooking essels M m t irt - JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building f m 101 AND 102 Easement STREET m the -- Â¬ FAT PEOPLE Â¬ Â¬ i WorJ Worry and Disease n 0 M ATTEE1T ri EY-AT-LA- 1 T7 i- - linf liu WM CROMWELL JJ household cares down from overwork Rebuilds the system aids digestion removes excess of bile And cures malaria Get the gonulnc Browns Iron Bitters Many Persons or Frankfort has two graduates at Cen ter College this week who are the leading young men in their classes Center College Graduates and 8100 per puckugo Snmples frco Tho Favorite SOOTS OTOM tor tho Teeth and Urea tk 25c f 334 MAIN STREET WILL For shIc 23 Jan ly by W McKce Hnrdie HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY and tho adjoining eountlw pclai attention to th purehaM and Mia of rail attat eeUeetioa af rrntj tUun and tM gatUtiaa af teaaa will tlyo alv PBAOTIOT IN TEUt COURTS u OV taftl iT 43ft VI t m i A Change ZE D I i for - y m W we wish to 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 prices WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save y ou money and warehouses in the rear of store reduce our large stock in store rAi Orenexal dgOrt and ZESCearvy 3arcLWire Wall IFaper ZEaZstraaess Sadd lexy ZFaiizitek Oils Irom Xaerons S urr5es ZESocte iEBoojSLrLgG lass ISriaslies 7axnislx Sasli ZDoors Blind Xjiincie Cement blaster Sewer ZEipe IFTuie ZFipe X7ire Salt Iron3 arderL Tools Harness ZLeatlxer Lace X ieatlxer Kims SpoDses ZFisliing OTaclsle mtlexy i M iT 3i KMi m m Wheels Eope TT7 ine G uaranteed ZE3Zose and La wn O ZMZo and Binder rexs c3sc s 3 Aere rvfce for IZTsLlter JL KTood Qn Mowers and Binders Opposite the Farmers Bank extra sum as well as the presence of the guide who especially in tho caso of a young man and his sweetheart might prove a source of much con- Â¬ straint There are lunch rooms in this building where for twenty five and thirty cents a very fair lunch will bo set for you And let me say here in passing that the grounds are amply provided with good stere lized water free and within easy access on every hand Besides thiB a cent in tho slot will furnish a glass of Wauhoska or certain other kinds of mineral waters Seats free to all are distributed in abundance all over the grounds and in every building may be found separate toilet rooms for both ladies and gentlemen As to wearing apparel for ladies the first week in June it rained nearly every day and while tho walks in a day of sunshine are hard and smooth enough they are sloppy and muddy while raining to such degree as to give the pedestrian the appear- Â¬ ance of having trudged along the middle of an ordinary city street It was perhaps for this reason that four fifths of the ladies wore Eton suits or some other kind of short novel walking suits Most of them wore simple dark un trimmed straw yacht hats In the middle of the day at times it is right warm this month in Ohioago but at early morn and late in the afternoons especially If on the lake or near a street along whioh the lake breeze may blow tolerably heavy clothing will not be uncomfortable As the distances over the grounds are great tho visitors at times will find it most convenient to ride from point to point either on the lake or tho lagoon and basin in a gondola or electric or steam launoh 25 cents for the round trip or the elevated electric intramural road whioh skirts the entire grounds and cost 10 cents a trip The Midway Plaisance is worthy another chapter which I reserve for the next issue but I cannot close this without relating my experience in a Dime Museum I had an hour to spare and with a friend it was sug Â¬ gested in passing that we loot in a moment on the museum The second floor contained many novel sights and among them a young lady twenty year3 of ago eight feet four inches in height Her mother a small lady sat by her side and the manager said that the mother was a native of Kentucky I asked the mother where she was born and she surprised mo by answering Frank Â¬ fort Ky that is not in the town really but near icatStoadmantown I said then What was your name She replied My fathers name was George Herring I have a cousin James Herring a merchant in Georgetown now and also relatives in Lexington My name is Ewing and I left Kentucky nearly forty years ago and settled in north eastern Missouri The daughter is certainly tho tallest female I over saw and as I told tho mother as a descendant of a Kentuokian the reputation of the State for giants like James D Por- tor of Louisville and Smith Cook of Shelby county would receive from her daughter additional lus tre placed in tho building its clothes from the skin out are removed and clean ginghams or other durable apparel is substituted in order that the child might have a grand frolic and still bo returned to its parents as spotless as as when received A kitchen is atÂ¬ tached where none but the best and most wholesome foods are cooked and fed to the children The Fine Arts building is immense and in it pictures from the best painters of every nation may be found as well as a splendid collection of statuary It would take a person a month to see and properly enjoy the masterpieces in this build- Â¬ ing and in the limited time I had to stay at the Fair I could only give it one whole day which is not any more than the man in the play of Bankers Daughter who allotted half an hour1 to the Louvre in Paris and fifteen minutes to Berlin I was surprised however to see a picture entitled Sealing tho Letter which my catalogue says was painted by Charles C Ourran 151 West Fifty fifth street New York born in FrankÂ¬ fort Ky a pupil of the National Academy of design and of the Art Students League New York Tho painting represents two women at a table one holding a baby and looking on at the other who has writing paper spread before her and is in the act of sealing a letter with the wax and taper It might be a love loiter or it might be her first ef fort at authorship but at any rate the expression of both women show much trepidation in the act I dont know Curran nor does anyone whom I have spoken to about him know such a man who is contributing by his genius to give Frankfort a repu Â¬ tation among tho millions of people that will attend the Fair In tho building devoted to Manu Â¬ facturing and Liberal Arts covering more than thirty acres of ground floor there are included the manu- Â¬ factured products of all the nations of tho globe Many of the foreign countries have magnificent displays of fine wares jewelry tapestries fur- Â¬ niture and other interesting lines that in themselves are worth a weeks visit Tho French Austrian and Ger- Â¬ man nations have an unusually fine exhibit here and tho King of Siam has a small show of jewels and many curious things to Americans that are said to be worth many hundred thou Â¬ sand dollars The salon of tho Prin cess Metternioh of Austria is repro Â¬ duced hero in all its beauty taste and eleganco of furniture and decora- Â¬ Tho flue chinaware of all tions kinds and the 1000 gold dinner set prepared from a formula accidentally discovered by two young girls draw forth tho highest terms of praise It is in this building that an ascent in an oloyator operating in a skeletonized iron frame may be made to tho top of the building a height of 250 feet It costs twenty five cents a trip and tho view over tho grounds and lake as you walk around tho roof has no equal in point of beauty and completeness of scono It enables one better than anything else to ob- Â¬ tain a knowledge of the location of the buildings and tho general plan of tho grounds I hired a rolling chair in this building for my wife and learned that it cost 75 cents an hour with a guide to push tho chair or 40 cents an hour if you push it yourself In tho latter case howovor a deposit of four dollars is nocossary to guaran Â¬ tee the return of tho obair Thoso ohairs are indispensable almost to ladies after they have been on tho grounds for a day or two and as they are pushed from the rear with tho vory slightest ofibrt I would advise Â¬ Â¬ A v Cor Main and Lewis Streets g J fl JJ QQ LLI MS 4 Bowling Green was at work on be seen here at stated hours in the garten to entertainthe older ones is gentlemen accompanied by ladies to FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT of Kentuckys display of coal and iron day in full operation The ease and to be found here When the baby is do their own pushing aiuf save the Entered nt the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JUNE 17 1893 THE WHITE CITY A Revelation There of Things Always Retain Use- Â¬ ful and Beautiful the Mind Will Columbus the Second After His Voyage Continues the Story of His Wonderful Dis- Â¬ coveries SE3C03STID CIEX-A-ETIEIIE i I have had so many questions put to me since my return from the Worlds Fair that I begin to feel my self Columbus the Secqnd relating my wonderful discoveries Like the first great navigator of that name I expect to be despoiled of all my glory by those who come after me and I must therefore hasten to get in my work while there are readers of the Houndabout loft in the county who have not made the trip In the last issue I arrived at the grounds passed the peristyle cross ed the plaza and stood gazing in won- Â¬ der at the beautiful scene of the basin lagoon and the great fountain faoing the Administration building in whioh all the officials are quarter Description here will not de- Â¬ ed scribe and I enter the building to call on Major Handy of the Bureau of Publicity and Promotion a most agreeable gentleman upon whom the Press Association had rubbed the rabbits foot and I was surprised in the elevator on my way to his room by a young colored man calirng my Dont you know name and saying me Im Saffell Taylor who used to Major stay at Ool Tom Rodmans Handy told us that a carte blanche had been given us that would take us throughout the grounds and includ ing the Midway Plaisance a separate attraction of seven or eight blocks in length extending on one side of the grounds proper and containing exhibi- Â¬ tions chiefly of foreign streetscenes customs and handicraft The first or- Â¬ der of business with the party was to go to the Kentucky building where received by Com they wore missonora Dulaney Black Olardy and Yerkes also Mrs Susan Brown Miss Lucy Lee Hill Miss Dulaney and Mrs George L Willis Officers of the Press Associatidn were then elected as follows Mr Sam Roberts of Lexington to succeed Mr Ohas M Meachom of Hopklnsvllle as Pros dent Mr I B Nail of Louisville to succeed Mr Roberts as Mr B E Mornlngstar of Bowl Â¬ ing Green to succeed Mr Nail as Â¬ Â¬ vice-Prosi-dent but it was far from complete and the rapidity in the Operation of these capable of throwing party wandered to Montanas silver monsters plow statue of Ada Eehan and offered to a huge ball that would put up the valuable rabbits foot of its way through wood brick stone the Press against one of Adas silver iron blood and bones natural- Â¬ toes that most any Kentucky girl ly causes the beholder to shudder and done up in silver would have sur Â¬ then repeat the lines from Longfelpassed the actress in perfection of lows Arsenal and Springfield form or beauty Dr Olardy directed Wore lialf the power that Alls the world with terror us to his tobacco display which is Kentuckys best exhibit on the Were half the wealth bestowed on camps and courts grounds Given to redeem the human mind from error The Kentucky building is a neat There were no need of arsenals or forts nice two story frame house painted The Transportation building has white and containing parlors which the exhibit of every kiud of vehicles are small but tastefully furnished used on land and water from the It is not as handsome or attrac- Â¬ earliest period down to the present tive as the buildings of some other day and it is interesting to see the States which had equal or less appro- old Grecian and Boman chariots the priations than Kentucky notably the stage coach of Dr Sam Johnpons States of Indiana Wisconsin and day the heavy lumbering coaches of Washington but it is nevertheless a royalty the first and latest locomo- Â¬ comfortable home which Kentuck tive and models of all kinds of steam ians who are worn with fatigue on orafc for river and ocean travel At The United States display is in a the grounds learn to appreciate building on building costing 500000 and contains the dedication of the June 1st there was a very large as a complete collection from all the gov- Â¬ semblage present to hear the ad- Â¬ ernment departments and National dresses by the Commissioners the museum Besides this the brick war Governor Col Wm O Bradley and ship Illinois with all the latest de- Â¬ others after which a large statue of signs in armament and defensive ar- Â¬ Daniel Boone by Miss Yandell of mor lies in the lake near the building Louisville was unveiled while the signal and life saving sta- Â¬ The Illinois State building is the tions and hospital are close at hand largest but it does not show to much A largo corps of army surgeons are more advantage than the Pennsylva- Â¬ at the hospital and it was said while I nia building In the latter building was there that as many as 180 was we saw the famous Liberty Bell the average number of people on the was rung in Philadelphia to grounds who were overcome by ex- Â¬ which proclaim liberty throughout the cessive fatigue and had to receive land The Virginia building has the medical attention fac simile of the home of Washington The Womens building is full of at Mt Vernon which is filled with paintings statuary china and needle the furniture and relics of that home Work and everything produced by and period There is not much vari the women of all countries Men ation however in the State buildings who enter the building with ladies They are merely places by the way Â¬ expecting to go through it on sched Â¬ side for citizens or strangers to rest ule time leaveihope behind It is Many are elegantly furnished and necessary to employ foroo with ladies adorned with paintings and statuary in getting them away from the as well as odd bits of historic value building and now since Queen The Fishery building contains every Margaretta of Italy lias placed there kno wn kind of salt and fresh water fish on display her costly laces and fa- Â¬ of the small species to be seen through brics it is safe to say that hundreds glass showwindowsswimmingin their of incautious men will be crushed in natural element The skeletons of the rush and nothing shore of the larger species are also exhibited as pointed guns of the Illinois and well as all kinds of devices to catch Krupps establishment will be threat- fish either for sport or livelihood Tho emng enough to clear the building at United States Fish Commission has nightfall charge of the annexes of the building j Near by the Womens building is in which they show the hatching pro the Childrens building where par cess and other interesting features of ents may take their children from infants up to six years of age and for their department In tho Machinery building may be twenty five cents obtain a check seen every kind of machinery from that will guarantee their return in this country as well as from nearljr j tho evening as clean and sound in As a part health and morals as when placed in all the foreign countries Tho build of this exhibit the groat Frederick tho matrons charge Krupp of Germany has a special ing has numerous cribs or cradles building on which at the command fashioned like a boat with a canopy of the Emperor of Germany to make aud swinging on metal frames Every a display it is said ho has expended kind of toy and device to amuse ba The enormous hies and all kinds of games and a million of dollars guns tho largest in tho world may athletic appliances and also a kinder- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J X1 -- vi fiJ I 4i V 4 r i s j - v 0 mVV J j JL I Driven out all impurities of tho blood no mat tor of what name or nature or from what cause aris Â¬ ing by Dr Plorcaa Discovery Clear your skin with it Every Goldon Medical Secretary Subsequently the Commissioners ushered the Association into the din Â¬ ing rooms of the building whore they wore served a lunoheon Mr Samu els a Western Kontuckian having charge of the Horticultural building then led the party through his de partment whore a wilderness of flow- Â¬ ers ferns palmB grasses and fruits excelled in beauty and variety the groat Shaws garden at St Louis In the Mining building Col Crump Â¬ DPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder USiiPowder lifttniiiftiii i No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes April 15 ljr 40 Years the Standard from a common blotch or erup tion to tho worst Scrofula will disappear It invigorates the liver cleanses purifies and enriches tho blood as nothing else con and promotes all tho bodily functions For all tho many and varlod forms of Scrofula and for tho most stubborn Skin aud Scalp Diseases such as Salt rhoum Totter Erysip elas Eczema Boils Carbuncles and kindred ailments nothing can equal it as a remedy Tho Barsaparillas claim to do good in March April and May Tho Discovery does moro than that At all seasons and in all cases its guaranteed to benefit or cure or you havo your money back Nothing else offered by tho dealer though its probably bettor for him can bo just as good for you Â¬ disfigurement TflrlMiftt frfrkMraki luJ juiivf MiHiHimiHiiijnHiHwMiHnrapjnmgMHpnH ftiJatmAidVn lMl n frVtfi JflCAuit L -- ttwii frfl fM IUs V i 5 4 m Let us furnish you a 31 If not one of this style carry we nice tn iV VEHICLE S 3T WE HAVE THEM IN ALL BEST AXLE OILS You want A T EVERY KIND YOUD WANT v V a- - J l BEST MACHINE OIL m y V i ft li in y One rjght here in Frankfort where you can go through tire 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 tl r f THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNE WORKS Al I I INCORPORATED TIME 18 MONEY AND CLOCKS MARK TIME Then save money by being on time It will not cost you much to supply yourself with one of those regulators I have them 1 n V Ul FRANKFORT JUNE 171888 Li COPPEtSmiTH Jecuelei All Free Those who have used Dr Kings Now Discovery know its value and those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver Â¬ tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle free Send your name and address to Hi E Bucklen AVb Chicago and get a sample bbrttidilDr Kings New Life Pills Free asv well a copy of Guide to Health and Household InAll of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug 4 Store Â¬ he Church FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ber of the Baptist boyhood which his and joined in his early long and consistent Christian life was piously closed with the prayer ot Lord make faith and resignation W TIME TABLE L me patient in affliction give me faith to see my way and relieve me of The following time table i now in bodily suffering N road effect upon the L The body was laid to rest in the TBAINB WEST cemetery of this city Wednesday 5fi0 am afternoon No23leaveBFrankfort 935 a m No 17 leaveB Frankfort 305 pm No 21 leaves Frankfort Completely Uprooted 735 pm Ho 19 leaves Frankfort merely How muny remedies tuoro are which DR W I KELLET Veterinary Eemedies PKKPAKKDBTTUE OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the Kentucky VeterinarjMetliciQe Co MT STERLING KY talllllU l PEOEITIZ HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY V Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday July 22 1893 August 12 1893 April 2 1893 Julyl 1893 KENIuwvirvN JETERKMRr LtiJ C3v zj 5W ViTK 2c rr j i 3fc Si- - relieve without uprooting disease The contrast medicines which such palliatives Â¬ No 30 rnixod train leaves Frank- with sterlingonly enchunces the dignity of the 600 a ra afford not fort 1016 a mi former but serves to emphasize the folly of em Â¬ No 18 loaves Frankfort ploying half nay measures when thorough ones No 20 loaves Frankfort available A marked instance of this Is the G85 p m are on the one hand of Uostetters Stomach No 24 arrives Frankfort effect Bittern In cases of chills and fever and billons 855 No 32 loaves Frankfort remittent and on the other of ordinary remedies In muladles or this No 20 will stop at Anchorage and pmtiniiifnta iii eve vtype By the Bitters malarial s trice for nant type are completely and ot tho most malig for passengers Chrjstiauaburg conquerod and lose if Lexington nnd points beyond their hold upon the system They are rarely of ordinary resources Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage ever dislodged by the although their symptoms may un- Â¬ for Oinoinnati No 23 and 21 conneot medicine questionably be mitigated through such means at Anohorago for Bloorafleld Branoh The same holds good of Indigestion biliousness kidney complaint rheumatism nervousness and H B toasDON debility By the Bitters they are cured when Agent many remedies fall TBAINB EAST In hosiery we can surpass any house in the city in low prices 39 tf S Harris 43 pm pm Saddles from from 5 to 60 3 to 25 Harness Mastin Bros HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A bcott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort i Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A II McClure Frankfort Ky V J hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky V- - TRADE MARK Jas II Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D DRUGGIST by aodresslng 259 W Eight fat Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE DR KELLEYS office and residence is at 259 EVilU ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac Collo Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza Distemper etc Heel and Gall Oint Â¬ ment mistering Ointment Eje Lotions Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Wotm Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ ine Tonic Uterine aetlatlve Wound Dressing Cough Mixture Mineral Alterative Fluid Toutc and Condition Powders W McKee Hardie 206 OLDfaTAND St CLAIlt STREET HALLS Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky DUST TO DUST Ladies Wanted and gentlemen suffering SIIIIIlllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllltlIIIIIIIIIIb FeblMm -- The Death of Thomas S Farmer with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Ottos of Farmdalo at an Advanced Ago Mr Thomas S Farmer a well known and much esteemed oitlzen of the county died at his home at Farmdale at an early hour on Tues day morning He was the third son of Benedict Farmer a native of Vir Â¬ ginia and was born in the village whore ho died December 17 1811 Ho served an apprenticeship as a hatter and in 1834 removod to Mis Â¬ souri where he remained for three jrears until his fathers death when he returned to Farmdulo and estab Â¬ lished the store for the sale of gen Â¬ which ho amass Â¬ eral merchandise He was married ed a small fortune in 1837 to Miss Elizabeth Thomas of Anderson county who died in 1866 leavingtwo children who wore pres ent at his death MrOsoar Farmer of Louisville and Mrs Mollio E Cur Â¬ rent of Warsaw Ky In 1868 ho wedded the widow of Rev Russell Garnett of New Liberty Ovvon county who survives him with- Â¬ Â¬ distributing free can confidently superior remedy Bronchitis Consumption and all disoases of the throat and lungs It will stop a cough quioker than any known remedy Wowillguarantoo It to cure you If your children have oroup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief Dont dolay but get a trial bottle free Large size 50o Sold by Chapman Williams Ouro which we are of charge and we recommend it as a for Coughs Colds Â¬ SEWING WARRAHTEP ROYAL 3 TuKIE TISE- - MACHINE HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIimillllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllS MONON ROUTE t 5 YEARS Both the method and results wheii Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liv6r and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro- duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from 4ho most healthy and agreeablo substances its many excellent qualities commend n to all and havo mado it tho most Â¬ The Direct and Popular Line to 40 HICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Millinery just arrived and if you want bargains call at once and you will find tho best and cheapest millinery in Frank S Harris fort at Â¬ Our socond stock of millinery has Tho MavfloWer Double Shovel is tho best in tho world Try ono of Mastin Bros them At 37 tf Glad TidiMgs The grand apeoiflo for tko prevail ing malady of the age Dyspepsia Livor Complaint RheuDLtiB Oob tivenostf Geaeral Debility ete is Aunt Faruayta fifckWj Itestosar Tkis out isauo groat herbs tfeifto stiiaukubee the Of his fathers family of five sons digestive organs regulates tre eja but ono Benediot Farmer of Farm tern tb viftarwM kaalth apd eHergiM Imrge packages 59o dale romains Samples Ir 40 The deceased was a devoted mom Sold by Okepman Wttlkwe CI1II1IIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU Haaal4irfoXIlch Arm g UasaKelf setUnirNeedla 5 Has a Seir tlireadlns Shuttle s Has No Equal In Construction S UosttMuohanlcal Apjiourance g Has nn Klegunt lrinlsu popular remedy known G lerfoct Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c U Has a Posltlvo Adjustment Tuke up Ilaa a Furniture and 81 bottles by all leading drug Â¬ 5 Has StylishGood Sowing Qualltlei and Uaa Moro Any reliable druggist who 5 does a Ivrger Itango ofGeneral Work gists a may not have it on hand will pro s thau any Hewing Uaohlno In the World cure it promptly for any ono who Examine THE ROYAL for points of excellence and you will wishes to try it Do not accept any buy no other substitute Â¬ 3 H I 5 Vestibulecl Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers 2 3 H And Only First Classs Accommodations 9 Kor Further Information Address 9 2 H B L Bryant G P A W G Crush D Pi A i LOUISVILLE KY 1 OR ti IU CALIFORNIA LOUISVItie KY FIG SYRUP CO OAL BAN fUANOISOO I ROYAL S M CO Rockford IIL NEW YORK NY Jas Barker P A Chicago Ajjt iia jy 3wa klji iWkr M mm w M Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves 4f 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 Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars 1 1 vM or o aKiJL nar T XJ cs jESfelJui jsz B Kentucky HMMB 1 imomm Religious MISS FANNIE HEARN Advertised Letters at Frankfort WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE Evening Services The Sunday A Trip to tho Worlds Fair Won evening services at the various Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ by the Most Popular School Churches have been changed from tised letters for the week ending 730 to 800 oclock Girl June 17 1893 chell of Georgetown will conduct the at the Baptist Church Jmblic worship June 18th and 25th city on Rev W O Taylor the pastor has gone to Brooklyn N Y to supply the Strong Place Baptist Church Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Baptist Church Prof S O Mit- Â¬ Methodist Church Rev H G Henderson the 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 Christian Church Rev W B Cooper will occupy the pulpit to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock No night ser- Â¬ vices The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the lecture room at 720 occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 800 pm as usual The weekly prayer meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will bo held in the lectureÂ¬ room of the church at 730 oclock tomorrow evening Rev VV G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ ing at 11 oclock and at 800 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 730 oclock in the pastors study Â¬ J First Presbyterian Church Blayney D D McOlusky Rev will Southern Presbyterian Church Episcopal Church Rev E A Penick the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 800 Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the GoodÂ¬ Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father W E Goroy the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Unsolicited The following testimonial came to us Kenyon Thomas Co Adams N Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with what doctors call eczema During this time I have consulted several physicians and used a number of well known remedies but could get uo relief until finally I was urged to give your remedies a trial I cannot At say enough in praise of them present I am as well as I ever was in my life and owe my sincere thanks to you for Dr Hales Household Oint ment and Tea Any one doubting he sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing very N J McNabb ruly yours Leominster Mast These remedies are for sale st 2So and 50c at P H Oarfentjcbs drag Â¬ The prize of a trip to Chicago in- Â¬ cluding a season ticket at the Worlds Fair which the Frankfort Journal offered to the most popular school girl in the city developed at first a very spirited contest among the As tho weeks various candidates rolled by however hindmost candi Â¬ dates were dropped from the list one by one until there remained but three who came down the home stretch in a nip and tuck race one leading for a few days then another and then the third but one especially Miss Lucinda Theobald showing more strength in recovering and holding the advantage over her competitors Miss Fannie Hearn and Miss Nevie Lane though the voteB for the two last named young ladies fur Â¬ nished abundant proof that they were not lacking in popularity and loyal friends The end came Thursday night and when the votes were counted and the result announced a surprising turn of affairs had taken place be- Â¬ tween the time of the Journals go- Â¬ ing to press and the hour of making Miss Hearn received tho count 1737 votes Miss Theobald 1165 and Miss Lane 455 and to the first named young lady the prize was according- Â¬ The friends-- of Miss ly awarded Hearn had evidently been saving their ballots for her until the last moment and withholding their plans to make their victory the more sur Â¬ prising and agreeable to their favo- Â¬ rite in the race Miss Hearn is a native of Jetts Station fourteen years of age and a niece of County Attorney Frank Johnson at whose house she HveB She is a bright handsome girl and a pupil in the class at the city school taught by Miss Maggie A Lewis As the popular representative of Frank Â¬ fort at the Worlds Fair she will wear her honor with becoming grace and Within tho next few modesty weeks she will make the trip to Chi- Â¬ cago in company of Miss Leona Jett of Jetts Station Â¬ Andrews T O Brown Mack Brown Wain Busch Lucy Rosofsky S Boyer Bertha Berryman Charlie Stephens W A 2 Saliey John Brown Chas W Spicer Fannie Cook Prof A B Simms Eliza Swearingon G A Craig Betty Coleman Eva Tavlor E B Dalton John Triplett Bob Hews John Robinson Joseph Tbomer Willey Keene J Ander- - Taylor W M Bon McDaniel P S Perkins Henry Parked William Mcllardin Wm SAPOLIO Aro Quickly Married Try It lyi IText House Cleaning July2 ly i STovu L B MARSHALL V A GAINES L B MARSHALL CO White Lon Litteral Wiley Lamberson E S Smith J W Lampkins Geo Williams Augus Â¬ Leavis F E tine Representing a number of the best Insurance Companiest solicit a Morgan William Wright O H Real estate bought sold or leased When calling for these letters say share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times advertised J M Saffell P M - Tackett Wm Real Estate and Insurance Agts 236 MAIN STEEET Justly Entitled to It ceiving Wherever introduced it has proven itself the most reliable reme dy known for the cure of coughs olds hoarseness whooping cough bronchitis soreness of the lungs and every kind of a cough from a simple comsumption cold to incipient Always reliable Purely vegetable and effective For sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottlaafc P H Carpen Â¬ ters drug store Â¬ OFFICE Â¬ Dr Hales Househo d Cough Cure is iustly entitled to tuo praise it is re- FOR SALE A FRAME FOR SALE A it ACRES WELL IM GARDEN FARM OF 12 COTTAGE OF THREE BOOMS proved located on a good turnpike road 3 lot 50 by 160 feet on Short street South Side To a desirable party with u small amount miles from Frankfort of cflsh could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments I Forks of Elkhorn FOR SALE OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WARREN WE niopt rtyat the Forks of Elkhorn consist- Â¬ frame residence of Wanted Alive man to represent ing of a two storycottage of six rooms eight and rocms a Irame in this city Previous experience several yacant lots This properly Is cen ub Ad- - trully located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ not necessary to the right man dence or business property 349 COTTAGS TnREE located and a small cash payment can arrange to pay the balance In weekly Installments ON THE SOUTH SIDE In gojd neighborhood Prices 550 750 nnd 800 or 2000 cash for all three This property would make a good invest mentus It rents nelluhd is now paying 19 per month Three desirable purees who can make i June Cheap Hates on the L 10 6 Plymouth Rock Pants Co Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky N FOR SALE OF FIVE ACRES WITH A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improve residence of flte property Â¬ BUILDING- LOTS - The L N R R will sell round at a bargain tripticketH to Springfield Ohio at one and one third fare June 10 and FOR 20 good returning until June 23 on account of Fifth General Epworth TWO STORY FRAME League Convention ments at Thorn Hill This will SALE to call special attention to the Bar Â¬ Two new be sold rett lots on Holmes street on a part of residences this prop Â¬ have Just been completed erty and we have one more lot 50 by 200 feet which we will nell at a bargain to some deslrablo party who will build Immediately FOR MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WK RESIDENCES OF NINE rooms each on It orth St Claslr street aid one two story frame residence of six rooms on Shelby Mreet between Cross and Campbell South Side This property Is well located and would make a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet 2 FORREMT uoi d 15 Jn r A FRAME COTTAGE Side This property Is at Conwaystreet South authorized to rent It we repair and per month are OF SEVEN BOOMS OK FOR RENT Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Soro on Guarantee Throat Sold by all DruccistsShilohVi Porous v Tm Ride Back or Chert natUfaction as cents Plaster will give great HIG HVIEW very desirable home A i BRICK RESIDENCE OF SIX ROOMS ON Broadway Possession given May 1st A 100 Reward 9100 The readers of the Roundabout that will be pleased to learn there is at least one dreaded disease that science hasbeen able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh bolng a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying tho foun store dation of fho disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho Choap Flowers constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work its curative Parties wishing cheap roses can buy have so much faith inOne Hundred that they offer them at E Powers green house 20 for 100 He is selling rosebuds of ollars for any case that it fails to all kinds except American Beauties cure Send for list of testimonials CO F J OHEENEY at 75 cents per dozen Toledo O 2 B65 Sold by druggists 75c m Miles Nervo and Liver Pills i Â¬ SHILOHS VITALIZE Mrs T S Hawldns CattanoogaennBayHt Liver or Kidney For I ever usedexcels Dyspepsiaeta Price 75 trouble it FOR SALE L erty has a HAVE WE rooms COTTAGE OF FIVE on Hlghvlew for sale This prop Â¬ lot 112 by 1U2 feet and would make a A DESIRABLE 100 BUILDINGL0Tg OF one Twenty shares of Frankfort OFFER FOR SILE A NCMBER WE building lots on JWilklnson street at National Bank Stock hundred dollars each nIf Havo you Catarrh TrythtaHomedy It will relieve and Cure you Price J eta xnu in joctor or its successful treatment lrnished Jree BhTlohfl Remedies ore sold by ua oa a S HILOHVCATARRH REMEDY B MARSHALL omE CO guarantee to give satisfaction Jan 28 Â¬ For sale by W ly McKee Hardie HttlSWlUTT JOHN DRISCOLL HALLS OLD STAND BfStwquinrrr WORMS WHITES CREAM Liquor JWSerchant A tablersdiic bugkeyejjLE OINTMENT CURES HOTHIHQ BUT PILES SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ID yaars as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES BTUUIS rrtpirtdbyBIClUHDSOaTAItOBUID A CO II full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Mi 3 opposite State House children Smallest mildest surest one will ask me to violate this rule S Black 60 doses for 25 oonts Samples free at 45 ly Silver Lake Ky 4P 2fc W GayloB Frankfort Ky t J Act on a now principle regulating To save annoyance and the trouble the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A now disoovory Dr of answering a great many questions Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ I hereby giyo notice that Hshing in bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- my pond is postively forbidden until tion Splendid for men women and Sopt 20th I hereby hope that no Fish Notice VERMIFUGE Hay led all Worm Remedies EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED trtptrU by MCmBMmLe i FOR 20 YEARS MW W J CHINH JB i BOKD EVERYWHERE CO BTI0PH Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Custom House Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Â¬ iI 1 f t ir ma 1 X A f t CJ V o tctches iixrT --sroTX TwA x JKjh -- A -- war I IPY t We want to talk to you about our big stock of s to j test hJEhLH n 15 i mAmJLJLjmjLJLJLJL Goods They are just the kind of goods you will need and we want to sell them to you Weare so well fixed that we are proud of our big stock and gratified at the way the people are buying it It must be the right kind We would like of stun because it sells fast to show you our x - Thin Coats Tests r Straw Hats Summer Underwear Ready Made Clothing Tailorin Ki9 Colored mz t V Shirts M IH HudsonHumphriesCassel THE CITY SCHOOLS Quintet Closing Exeroises of Various Grades and Commencement The graduating at Opera House of written by Major High School by Miss Theobald J The school term is over and the chil dren have entered upon the season of va- Â¬ cation and rest Previous to the closing of the public jftshools there was a tine display of the school work in the building and interest- Â¬ ing exerciseo by the various grades on which was attended by a Wednesday lurge assemblage of the relatives and friends of the pupils That night in the school chapel before a crowded house the class in literature rendered the fol Â¬ lowing programme vSong Night Hor Sable Mantle Fling ing Essay Our Heritage Mary Louis Scott ong Wandering in the Maytime Misses Payne Brawner Clark and McCluro Essay The Ronaisance Margaret Meade Woodson Instrumental Solo Falling Leaves Annie Redd Tableau Courtship of Annie Lee Annie Hall and Garrrrd Rodman Oration Tho Newspaper Taylor Hockensmith Violin Solo Spanish Dance David Davis Annie Mills Coleman Margaret Jane Culter Carrie May Bobannan Ben Milam Keenon J D Coleman Tho Relay ode which was a poom H T Stanton and read was especially beauti Â¬ i r ful and woll recited At the conclusion of tho programmo Hon W JHondriok dolivored an address on American Ideas whioh greatly edi fied the audience and added another laurel to the distinguished speakers repu Â¬ tation as an orator Gen Hendriok thon delivered tho diplomas to the class and tho closing soug served as the benediotion in the absonoe of Dr Blayney who had been named to deliver it The poople of the city have great rea Â¬ son to be proud of their public schools and the School Board in its management and retention of Prof Rhonda nnd effi cient corps of teachers is ontitled to tho credit which attouds a successful admin- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ istration 1 - St f i w A p- - IK- - k o h f i Dr M J Davis is a prominent physician of Lewis Casa county Iowa and has been actively engaged in the praotice of mediolne at that place for the past thirty flve years On the 20th of May while in Des MoineB en route to Chicago ho was suddenly taken with nn attack of diarrhcoa Having sold Chamber Â¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Essay Georgo Elliott Margaret Smith Remedy for the past seventeen years Â¬ and knowing its reliability he proInstrumental Solo Salut a Pesth Gonoviovo Haley cured a 25 cent bottle two doses of which completely cured him The Tableaux Mary Stuart and Rizzio and Misses Mattie and Naomi Gra Â¬ excitement and change of water pro Â¬ diet inoident to traveling often ham Gum Scott and Messrs duce a diarrhcoa Everyone should Scott and HockonBinith be- Â¬ S Glenn prooure a bottle of this remedy Oration Patriotism Ilorman fore leaving home Eor sale by J W Vocal Solo Dearest Heart 39 lm Daisy Hughes Gayle Essay A Day in Rome Is Marriage a Failure Mary Virginia Hill Instrumental Solo Grand Regiment Have you been trying to get the March Daisy Loo Hutchoson best out of existence without health in your family Have you been Th6 Ohronothanatoletron wearing out you life from the effects The great feature of the oooasion how of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and over were the commencement exeroisos indigestion Are you sleepless at of the high school which took place night Do you awake in the morning feeling laagsid with Thursday night at the Opera House and sallow haggard ooated tongue looks Dnt do whon tho re was not ovett standing room tt Auhoafc fat the camp tells how Matrimonial on the lower floor or gallery Tho pro Â¬ Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has A mar Â¬ gramme was rendered by the thirteen cured others it will euro you Trial Marshall Berryman Large site 60o at riage license was granted to Charles free graduates as follows hapman Williams Carry Muy Bohanuan Trio Marshall to Mollie Borryman colored 46 Hargurci Jane uuiter Annie Mills Colemun both of this oity Thursday Symposium Margaret Jnne Daniel Whtit Boston Bknton Also on the same Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with Jullii Block McClur When Why Almlru Wluru non slipping oorrugated tires fully day ono to Marshall Boston to Laura Paullnt Watson Brown warranted Roberts agent lion Benton colored both of this olty Solo Mama wuggeaiT uruicner KllzaTauri Hpaldlng Trllles A Double Wedding Mr B H Ceclle Vauglm McKwim Duet Rude Bros Cultivators tonguoloss MoOloy of tho firm of Howard Mo Annette llurdln Walcutt Graduating Odo nnlt Blown Rose Stanton aro the best in the market Kept by Cloy and Miss Susie Horndon and 37 tf Mastin Bros iuciuuu ineouiuu i Â¬ - The message from Gov Altgeldt of Illinois to Governor Brown which was entrusted to the League of Amer- Â¬ ican Wheelmen for delivery by relays of riders reaohed this city at 706 p m Thursday evening about two and one half hours behind time being de- Â¬ livered to the Governor by Mr Thos E Jefferis of Louisville Mr Jef feris was alone on reaohing town Mr A J Nowlin of Tyrone who accompanied him meeting with an ac Â¬ cident to his machine about two miles from town Mr Jefferis made the distance from Peytona to this city which is thirteen and one half Elkhorn Orump Poyntz Col M H Crump miles and not twelve as the sched Â¬ ule erroneously had it in fifty one of Bowling Green who is well known minutes or several seconds less than in this city having been a frequent four minutes to the mile Several visitor here and also a sojourner for of the Louisville wheelmen inoluding many months while acting State Ge Messrs Ed Meglemory jr and G ologist was married in Bowling E Johnson oamo to the city on the Green Thursday to Mrs Mary Poyntz O train to be In at the finish and a cousin of ex Lt Gov Underwood C all were warmly welcomed by the and the widow of a cousin of tho Governor who made a short address present Railroad Commissioner 0 B to them Poyntz of Maysville McCoy Herndon The following is Mr Will A Lewis of this city who was to have accompanied Mr Jeffer- clipped from the Louisville Commer- Â¬ is was prevented from so doing by cial of Thursday a previous engagement made before Whon the eyes of Mr and Mrs the date for the ride was set and af Horndon of Frankfort Ky light on this item they will be surprised for ter waiting with Mr Jefferies at Pey not till then will they know that their Â¬ for several hours was obliged to re beautiful daughter Miss Susie is turn to the city before the message married Tho winner of hor heart came having engaged Mr Nowlin and hand is Benjamin H McCoy of who is a fine rider t6 take his place junior membor of the firmRevHoward McCoy in Frankfort E S Lewis of tho Triuity M E Church Are you insured If not now is Â¬ city officiated at the time to provide yourself and fam- Â¬ of thisceremony whioh took the mar place in riage ily with a- bottle of Chamberlains the presence of a few friends from Colio Cholera and Diarrhcoa Rerno Frankfort It dy as an insurance against any seri- Â¬ elopement in was not an ordinary fact tho young folks ous results from an attaok of bowel did not know for sure that the older complaint during tho summer months ones might object but they just got It is almost certain to be needed and on the train and camo to this oity to No obviate any difficulty should bo prooured at once that might other remedy can take its place or arise do its work 25 and 50 cent bottles 39 lm for sale by J W Gayle BirthB Â¬ Mr Ben Head and Miss Annie Thompson of Switzer composed a party that went to Cincinnati Wed Â¬ nesday to be united in marriage Buckner Davis Dr Thomas Buck ner and Miss Lizzie Davis will be mar Â¬ ried at the residence of the brides parents in Shelbyville to day The groom is a recent graduate qf the Louisville Medical College who has located at Porks of Elkhorn in this county The bride is tho beautiful daughter of Col John F Davis ex Commissioner of Agriculture and the sister of Mrs Grant Green jr of this city The happy couple will make their home at the Forks of Base Ball at Lake Park Monday between those old time rivals There will be a game of base ball the Lexingtons and Â¬ Frankforts The present team representing the Queen of the Blue Grass is composed mostly of college play- Â¬ ers and not of hoodlums as was the case last year MoParland and Davis will be the battery for the home team and H McFarland will play one of the bases S 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 5 cents a yard Our stock of China silks fancy Ginghams Orepe Cloth and Challies is complete 39 tf trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats at remarkably low prices Sam D Johnson Co We will put on sale Tuesday and Wednesday May 30th and 31st 50 Trimmed Bonnets and Hats 500 cents yards at Printed Dotted Swiss 16jf cents worth 30 Co 38 tf Sam D Johnson Ginghams 1200 yds Ginghams 16j cts re- Â¬ duced from 25 cts 1500 yds Toile from 12 cts du Nord Ginghams 700 5 Ginghams cts cts 10 cts reduced yds Good Apron reduced from 7J Sam D Johnson Co Fanoy Wool Dress Goods We have marked down all of our Fancy Wool Dress Goods Call and see them before the stock is broken Sam D Johnson Co 5 S 4 Parasols Umbrellas and Fans We have a large and attractive stock at very low prices Sam D Johnson Co Tho Kontuoky Midland Will sell round trip tickets for the occasions named bolow at one and one third fare for the round trip Juno 30th to the Knights of Honor celebration at Louisville tickets good to rrturn until July 3d To celebration of St Johns Day at Louisvlllo Juno 24th tiokots good for return until Juno 25th Juno 27th to July 7th inclusive to Kontuoky Chautauqua at Lexington tiokets good to return July 8th No half faro for children on these rates O D Beroaw G P A Â¬ ij l 120 Sunday nignt to the wifo of Mr Carroll Waloutt a son Aubrey Wednesday to the wife of Mr Jose Aubrey a daughtor Elizabeth Sutterlin Thursday to the wifo of Mr Fred Suttorlirl a son Walcutt Our stock of vehioles was never so largo All grades all prloeB Noth Â¬ ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Got our prioes before buying 37 tf Mabtist Bros kwjjB3SKkwaWKIEBKBmSBSB9mwMKkWHBmBiMB W k MBHIK3M5f2EE3SraiE2 I tcSSSSH ixsaaswaKasaggraara iRHHsniflB SWEEPING REDUCTIONS unlna wmw SWEEPING m REDUCTIONS CT OT H ntm ZbTG- - FURNISHINGS AND HATS NO SALE LIKE IT EVER Cents if-ft SUIT - SALE - UNEQUALED IN 3 BANKFOBT F Dollars gives you choice of our entire stock of Finest Bus- Â¬ finest Fancy Worsteds iness Suits Sacks and Cutaways Serges Homespuns etc 2250 and 20 Suits take choice of all for 15 These Suits represent the finest of our Spring purchase and are as standard and reliable goods as are made in I V - America Lower than Jul prices rjght now Dollars Worlds Fair Suits good enough suits in this line for any one to wear Beautifully trimmed stylish and well made were 16 50 some as high as 1800 take pick now for Si 2 m qfc35 for good strong outing shirts all sizes Better grades 40c and 50c Cents Strong1 well made suspenders Better grades 25c 35c and 50c for suits large lot of shirts and drawers were sold j qo Cents Gauze Undershirts 2b JJl Cents Boys Shirt Waists Cents Boys Penang Shirt Waists to m Better grades 56c up ffl Dollars At this price you can take choice of all other Mens Business Suits in the house they have been put into one im- Â¬ mense lot the grandest assortment of well made Suits and every one of All wool Fabrics that was ever gathered under one roof for the money 10 for your pick Dollars now for boys Short Pants Suits that were Boys Hosiery 4 price to close Men and Boys Neckwear 25c 35c 50c and 75c HATS HATS HATS Mens Boys and Childrens Straws 10c 15c 25c 50c and 75c 4 and Pay your money and take your choice BIG VALUES to selpct from Big stock ISLuLSt I R1 Be Closed ERUTCKER w v I MtfH Y CRUTCHER ft STARK ttmmsmwAwmzMmmm IV f r Sam Blackburn Hany Johnson R B LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-- Change of Schedule Queen and Small Farm for Sale Suggett and Con McCarty The fol- Â¬ KET Crescent Route May 28th 1893 A small farm of twenty acres well An Elaborate Programme for the lowing grand and petit juries were improved and two miles from this FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT Closing Exercises next Mon impaneled On May 28th the Queen and Ores city on a good pike is offered for sale LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE day Night GRAND JURY scent Route inaugurated a new ser- Â¬ at a bargain For terms c apply 29 tf Sales on our market for the week vice of magnificent solid vestibuled at this office The closing exercises of St Josephs mT Z 0B ampunt to 2013 hhds with trains and sleeping cars through to W Jen just closed No8J J in charge of the Sisters of lcHenr Chicago without change coming receipts lor the same period of l ttlua lvr hhds Sales on our market since 1972 from all principal points in the South will take place at the Nazareth Jan- Â¬ aaomnou w a aicuormion o uary 1st amount to 72790 hhds Sales In the Blue Grass country this ser Â¬ Opera House next Monday evening largely increased over will u- ofthecropof 1892 on our market to vicepresentbe There will be six daily V S lortest ana qulcicest between at 730 oclock The following elabo- the hhds rate programme for the occasion to ley James Bond Cash Brown Garnott this date amount to 76623tobacco for trains from Lexington to Cincinnati The market for burley E- w- - HarrIs and be rendered by the brightest and Powe11 aad the past week has been somewhat ga tofour daily trains from Chattanoo- Â¬ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Cincinnati petit jury irregular and prices for the better City as present Leaving Junction most advanced pupils will without Ojilr direct line between will be the Blue at grades have been at times easier doubt insure an entertainment B Marshall J S Johnson A H Grass Vostibule a solid vestibuled Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car worthy of the large house which the Tichenor Morris Sheets Geo Green while the common sorts have been train carrying free parlor cars from steady and firm Lexington to Cincinnati This will sale of the tickets promises Will Ireland Dan Yocum Henry The following quotations fairly rep bo supplemented by lisle Ihynille CyBtiriaua Fal Â¬ another vesti Entrance March iTf Wilson J T Williams Louis Crutch- resent our market for new burley to buled train the Lexington Vestili bacco 1892 enzei mouth and Covington hisses 1 ir miers anu w Ta H Grover F M Arbuckle I L Trash darkcrop bule leaving Lexington 3 p m and Miss E Lang or damaged Welcome Address The 1 50 arriving at Cincinnati 540 p m S3 50 By Pupils Witherspoon A G Scott Preston tobacco Welcome Song Chicago Limited leaves Chatanoo ASK FOR TICKETS VIA 6 25 Bergin J W Johnson A J Hanson Common Colory trash 4 60 The Darkies JDrenm Song KY MIDLAND ga coming from Atlanta at 725 p m Misses B OConnor Ci Weitzel Wm Jordan Robert Wright James jueaium to gooa colory Lexington 4 a m and arrives Cincin- Â¬ 00 M Berberich and M Gobber trash Paxton David Chatham J M Crabb Common lugs not colory 6 25 4 25t 00 nati 630 a m running through solid TRAINS RUN BY GEHmAL STANDARD TIME The June Bugs Dance Duet Â¬ Romlus Payne Jas L Neal W R Common Colory lugs 6 60 25 to Chicago via Big Four Route arMisses G Weiizel A Brawner M riving at Chicago 434 p m Medium to good colory Watts J 0 Noel and R S Jenkins Haley and M Waters TIME TABLE MAY 27 183 mnn Through Bleeping cars to Chicago 8 25 lues aw The Forest Nymphs Song Large Girls About fifteen moonshiners were j tt uiiur xj uuu iuuuuu pubb 1 VIII VJ Buttercups anu Daisies bong Vo Virl tried and the case of Zaok Moreland Common to medium leaf 8 00 12 00 Lexington 810 p m arriving at Cin M F M P M T 12 00 Medium to good leaf 1400 TRAINS E Aar No 1 No 3 NoTt county on the charge of coun- - Good to fine leaf cinnati iuiu p m unicago 7eo a m i of this 19 00 14 00 When I Am Twenty one Song South bound solid train carrying Lv Frankfort Small Boys terfeitimr was continued until the Select or wrappery A COO 12 4 340 19 00 25 50 sleeping cars to New Orleans leaves Lv Summit 60G tobacco Trot deCavaleric Duet 316 1266 case of the drummer next term The Lexington 1030 a m and also carries Lv Elkhor 110 till 35J L Swltrer Plymouth Rock of the 61b 400 sleepers to Savannah and Jackson- Â¬ Lv Stamping Ground 125 jjiiiiiUiiu mm xv iniiwiit i Cra 411 Heart Disease Curable 145 ville Solid vestibuled train to Macon Lv Duviill G3 When Papa Leaves Home in the Morn Pants Co who instituted suit for 418 165 leaves Cincinnati 1100 a m arrives Lv Johnson j 644 424 205 mg hong 10000 damages against the city of B j62 4 31 The truth of this statement may b at Chattanooga 1000 a m Macon Lv Georgetown 220 Master E Meagher and Miss K Gib Â¬ Lexington for illegally arrestingdiim Lv C S Depot ti60 460 245 doubted by many bub when Dr 645 p m I v Newtown 7W bons 6iii 305 for failing to take out a city license IVanklin Miles the eminent Indiana Sleeping cars will run from Louis Lv Centrevllle 718 3V0 510 To conclude with a drama in four Mpociulist claims that heart diseoso ville to Ashville and Knoxville and Lv Ellznbeta 7M 015 a 30 acta entitled The Ways of Provi- Â¬ which the courts under the Inter In curable tnd proves it by thousands Af Puiib 0 737 523 845 Louisville to Chattanooga Via Lex- dence State Commerce laws have declared of testimonials of wonderful cures inerton Three dailv trains each wav A M V M Id M Address by Pastor TRAINS WEST INo 2 Mo 4 INoOloTIii unlawful was set for yesterday but by his new heart oure it attracts the Lexington to Louisville Distribution of Premiums c H20 attention of the millions suffering 60 65 For further particulars call on Lv flitrls passed until one day next week Ar Kiiznoetn 8 81 P00 627 with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ agents for schedules etc or address Ar Centervllla QOt Fifty cents is a femall doctor bill George Roberts of Clay county who ular pulse wind in fi8 461 Ar Newtown stomach 847 012 44g but that is all it will cost you to cure was charged with taking whisky out Hide or shoulder smothering pain in D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati Ar U S Depot OHO 900 spells Ohio 4S any ordinary case of rhehumatlsm Georgetown B Ar 100 035 062 A F Davis p Ar ToltiiKon Balm of a cistern at a distillery in that fainting dropsy 1017 CA1 if you use Chamberlains Pain 705 Nebraska by using Ar Duvnll 0 48 102 Big Exoimtent in Town 716 Try it and you will be surprised at the county on which no tax had been Silver Creek Dr Miles Now Heart ArStamnlnir Ground 10 30 four bottjescf 735 prompt relief it affords The first ap- - paid was tried and found not guilty Ar Swltzer 104 7 OH 785 Cure was completely cured after Ar Eiknom will quiet the pain 50 cent He was defended by Mr Jacob Oor 1049 715 ft10 twelve years suffering from heart Over the remarkable euros by tho Ar Summit Elication sale by J W Gayle 1060 721 820 A disease This wonderful remedy is grandest specific of tho age Aunt Ar Frankfort 1105 73J 830 bett jr of this city Fannys Health Kestsror which The case of Wm Bright the ex lold by J W Gayle Books free 5 as a natural laxative stimulates acts A connects tho with L N UNITED STATES COURT cashier of the National Exchange THE digestive organs liver 0 connects with 0 Dr HafcAi Ointment and kidnovs andregulates tho groat B connects with K C 0 and L S is natures Bank of Lexington who with Gil First Week of the Juno Term in more the teller and Choppu the is toe flBfrjmnqjy im Um luuwur anu noaicn renewer Effective Mny 27th and ilurlnc tho summer the rid If you have Kidnev V Liver or Blood following Sunday schedule in This City and the Work was indicted for fraudu iabaofatafypMiMcafcKEh book maker It cares Disorder do not delay but call at Accomplished SUNDAY trains Oiure Chapman lent entries op the books oftho banlr NesdfteaiN MfeMMMtiisaa for Flies Hke nqpe OwoeSaK Xbotu n free trial package LargeffsiZo 50o a oSStoSaWSr al- Â¬ SBSBuS A fa In ths moatiwiwIhlMfc manner Cares On Monday morning the June term whereby Cheppus accounts wore 40 3 leaves Krankfort 340 j m Georgetown 460 lowed to be ovordrawn to an amount Inflamed and flawmnkted Eyelids m arrives at Purls 525 p m of the Federal Court in this city was Cures Coughs Can be Fou RENT My houso in South begun Judge J W Barr was on the of 30000 and moro engaged the timo taken internally aaMvMds Arpsittyo spociflo benoh and Mr Will Ohinn at the of the court for the past two days and for Pneumonia Chrts Braises Burns Frankfort Possession given imme leaves Paris650p p m Georeeto cio liVrivM at Frankfort 730 in Guy BAitRBTT dlatoly desk and the following other officers will probably lequire a part of next Chilblains Borss eflojr standing 34 tf The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec OorHS and Bunions are enred quickly tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all in attendance to set the judioial mill week before it reaches a verdict different from all efaw superior to all New House Fort SalbI offer for points north south 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