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V t The FBAMFOBT Roundabout GEO A 1 i LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO V YOL XVI i ERANKFOET KY SATUEMY JUNE 24 1893 Two ONJu POO TOO ON3U 42 a iio vAS y2 WS y 2S05S ySS Crwu erwCi 0wU ONU OOO OU QrwCT ONlo GrOQT0N3w CrOGi TWO OrvJCf fljCVQVftfVQcvQkQQffikOtfkOOCvogiOOfiOOffliOCflvOC6XOQ6XPSKQflXPfiVOSVOflfiKQC040CQiOQCXOCOtft 09UlO3l5 03U oJS O0U S92 xsS The United States Government reports nncnnanannnnnannnnnnnnnnnnncannnanncnnn- Ill M lll OZE3 YOU WILL PHOBABLY NEED A ii Will - ROYAL v JIIIIIL a pure cream of tartar baking powder highest of all in leavening strength ssiirszi-insrG- HOSE Wire Screen Doors Only the best is Cheap and only high grade hi Royal Baking Powder Absolutely Pure Hardware Merchant PGRAY vsa -- S goods are sold by Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I Lead The Market Inch 400 J2 x fi 6JJjt ftatAneU JbLeHf 4juJffLjid Jt ne 4t OZKnZEOIOIfcT 450 5-o- o- t 323jBSODsX7A BROWER Late Chemist U S Department of Agriculture Washington D C Vfo 3r Street SCOTT FRftZEE Main and Broadway Lexington Ky Only the pure acid of grapes is used in Royal Royal leaves no acid or alkali in the food v SPECIALTIE- SLawn Furniture fodoo5SooOtto5Jwb5ioo5oo5 rSCoX9oSSSUoxSCoSCoyo3v5oSvoVSv - fl Q 5 QsP fl N9 J3 tx 5 N JD Q JO 5v JO QAS tli JO oflt5ioJDoJ0o5oJQoJDoJQoflQvoflt5v9JfloflQvoflQvoflC5voJ THE NEW EKA Confidence T 2Ut A Bestored and an Awakening of Business and the Spirit of Improvement and Progress W W A m vv v Hi a n n Oollo Cholera and DIarrhcoa Reme dy as an insurance against any seri- Â¬ ous results from an attack of bowel complaint during tho summor montliB It Is almost oortaln to be needed and No should bo procured at once other remedy oan take its place or kind of spirit that would ill do its work 25 and 50 oent bottles 30 lm ihdrmonlzo with the expenditure of for sale by J W Gaylo Â¬ The seat of government by law precedent justice and the will of the people repeatedly expressed in the councils of State is permanently lo- Â¬ cated in Frankfort and from this time forward there may be expected substantial value to property that will crive an impetus to business and the general improvement and of the oity Capital removal agitation will no longer cause the merchants to ex perience a deolino of trade or enterÂ¬ prising people with money to fear to make investments hero in real or joint stock property and the citizens iflhould now lend a hearty to the city counoil in their laud Â¬ able efforts to take hold of public improvements and by their prompt action upon new or remedial meas Â¬ ures looking to the eleanlineBS comfort and beauty of the city show that Frankfort is not deserving of the opprobrium of a run down at the heol kind of town which the advo- Â¬ cates of capital removal have for years been spreading broadcast over theStato A senator remarked the other day that ho did not bellovo the State would over bo willing to build a handsome State House in this city because the general appearance of Frankfort in Its rough badly kept pavements and dirty unpaintod houses and irrogular broken fences Â¬ Â¬ Under the Car As a street car was coming down Toaohors Attention the grade on Shelby street Tuesday The examination of persons wishing afternoon one of tho mules attached to teach in tho public schools of the to the same stumbled aud fell and county will bo held at the office of before the driver could stop the car it ran clear up on top of the poor of County Superintendent Thomas Tho other mule had to bo at brute Hunter on the first Friday in July tached to the rear of tho car to pull of the unfortunate animal If not now is it off several persons who saw the Are you insured while tho timo to provide yourself and fam ily with a bottle of Chamberlains acoidont shoved his legs under the Â¬ two millions of doljars Another said there were more generous refined and cultured people here to the population than any place he knew of in the State but they gave evi dence in the condition of their city and homes that they had spent so much timo and money in retaining the capital thoro was none left to devote to improving publio or private property With the now era then fairly upon the city with confidence restored In all classes of trade and property thero should bo awakoned such a spirit of activity and progress as will within the noxt few years show a marked transformation and prove the assertion of Frankforts friends that with the settlement of the capi tal question there would follow such a ohange in the appearance of the city as would oause her most relent Â¬ less foes to admit the beauty and suitability of thiB oity for the loca- Â¬ tion and building of an elegant State House Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ St Clair Street Bridge About sixty bids were received by the Bridge Committee for the work to be done on a new bridge across the Kentucky river at St Clair street They were opened Monday but in- Â¬ volved a great deal of calculation and knowledge of engineering to deter Â¬ mine which is really the lowest and best bid The amounts range all the way it is said from 30000 to 70000 and as the committee did not feel themselves competent to let the work without professional advice and as- Â¬ Nelson a civil sistance Mr engineer of Lexington was employed under the resolution of the city coun oil introduced by Mr J E Miles Mr Nelson will bo ready to report about next Monday the result of his study of the plans and specifications and bids thereon and tho contract will be made at onco and tho work put under way at the earliest possible moment Folding Beds Baby Carriages Brass Beds Iron Beds Mosquito Bars Curtain Stretchers Carpet Sweepers - Large Assortment Strictly Pirst class Goods Correct Prices Cotton and Hair Mattresses Featlier Pillows and Window Shades made to order Old Furniture repaired and reflnislied by skilled workmen ft Â¬ BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies r LOOK HERE BUOG IBS ZEaZ-A-ZESaSTiESS Have you seen the new and complete stock of GrOOUDS If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything is new and at Rock Bottom Prices rrn CTZKIF1 i Â¬ and A car to keep tho wheels from passing over them When ho was gotten up it was found that ono leg was badly skinned and one flank out house on Ann street For Sale or Rent J tf My dwelling HWftEfi JiUHSEY tlt s T Buckley i NO CUESSglQ iven Away NO LOTTERY tM of ONE DOLLAR and upwards some useful china article such as CUPS SAUCERS PLATES CREAM WATER OR MILK JUGS TEA POTS SUGAR STANDS VEGETABLE DISHES MEAT DISHES PICKLE STANDS c And we will give to any customer who may buy 50 WORTH FOR CASH from JUNE 1ST 1893 to OCTOBER 1ST 1893 choice of the following articles RSH onSHLEwith each cash purchase we will give During the dull season now coming 100 Piece Dinner Set 3 styles 12 Piece Toilet Set 4 styles OURS TOCK OF SHOES OXFORDS IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR value 1250 1000 SLIPPERS We also have a full Kl V For men ladies and children was never as complete as now line of Valises Hats Trunks low as the lowest School aBooks Sec and we invite comparison Our prices are as ME AG JuneS 4t A 3 fSrtt OC MA RSHALL I relatives here returned home Tues- Â¬ day afternoon Mr Phil Kidd of Lexington wbh Miss Maria Lindsey returned this here Wednesday week from Chicago Mr W H Posey left Thursday for Mr John Mastin was in Lexington a visit to Chicago Tuesday on business Senator Lindsay arrived home Sun Mrs R Lee Hulett is in Louisville day from Washington visiting her parents Judge Robert Boyd London was Mrs W Hall and daughter have re- Â¬ in the city the first of the week turned from Mayfleld Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles Mr James Dudley returned from a visited Miss Lena Stone this week trip to Chicago Sunday Mrs Adam K Stephens of Glen Miss Virgie Stanton returned home dale Ohio is visiting relatives here from Lagrange this week Mrs L P Tarlton and Miss Chris- Â¬ j Mies Florence Stanton is at home tine Reynolds are home from Latonia for a few days from Lagrange Mrs Geo F Berry is visiting her Miea Katie Murphy is home from a sister Mrs Fulton Gordon of Chi- Â¬ visit to Miss Anglin at Lexington cago i Mrs Higgins and Miss Caplinger Miss Mary Jillson returned home of New Castle were in the city TuesSaturday from a viBit to the Worlds day Fair Mrs R M Aldridge and Miss Mary Mrs Frank B Richardson went to Gray returned this week from ChiClarksville Tenn Thursday to visit cago friends Misses Taylor and Satterwhite of Ex Gov Knott returned home Sat- Â¬ LouiBVille are visiting MisB Mayme urday night from a visit to Washing- Â¬ Gaines ton City Miss Belle Giltner returned Monday Col Thos M Green of Danville from a visit to the Worlds Fair at was in the city this week visiting Chicago relatives Mr Grant Green jr went to St Mr Jack Archdeacon went to Mays Louis and Chicago Monday on a busi Â¬ ville Monday to attend the funeral of ness trip his brother Mrs J Y Browor and daughter Mrs 0 Koster and Mrs John Tust came home Tuesday from a visit to of Louisville are the guests of Mm Louisville Otto Winstel Mr and Mrs J G McLean went to Mrs J Y Brown and daughter Chicago Wednesday to visit the Miss Evelyn visited friends in Hen- Â¬ Worlds Fair derson this week Rev Father James Goroy of Wash Mr D W Lindsey jr returned ington is here visiting his brother from college at Princeton New Jer Rev W E Gorey oey Monday evening Mrs S L Holmes and daughter Mr George W Wilder left Thurs Mrs Win Lindsay are at the Fifth day afternoon for a visit to the Avenue Now York this week Worlds Fair at Otiicago Mrs John Barrett after a visit to Mr George B Salondor wife and her son Mr Johnson Barrett return sister-in-laMiss Beatrice Ready ed home to Cincinnati Wednesday were in Versailles Sunday Miss Alice Withrow after a vlJit to Mr Thurman Boone attended the her uncle Mr Sam D Johnson re- Â¬ commencement exercises at St Marys turned to her home in Midway Tues- Â¬ College Bardstown this week day Miss Edith Boone will go to Chicago Rebecca Misses Emma Morris next week to moke a months visit Averill and the Misses Lindsey re- Â¬ to friends and the Worlds Fair turned from Chicago Saturday after-Â¬ Dr W E Baxter went to Louisville noon on Tuesday to attend the Hospital Mr and Mrs Philip H Carpenter College of Medicine commencement went to Chicago yesterday for a short Dr W II Dado and wife have re- Â¬ trip of several days to the Worlds turned from their bridal tour and are Fair at Mrs Bettio Browns on Wapping Misa Mabel Clark on Wednesday street night entertained a number of her Col and Mrs E Polk Johnson and friends at Mrs Florence Garretts on daughter Minss Pickett went to the South Side Tuesday to visit Miss Nollie Crumbaugh after an Flemingsburg friends extended visit to her sister Mrs Capt A B Norwood and wife of Caswell Bonnett returnoil homo to Louisville who have been visiting Eddyvllle Saturday PERSONAL I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps burg Cordie Dr Pa says he will not be without Con Â¬ Kings Now Discovery Cannon formerly of this city will be sumption Coughs and Colds for that it married next Wednesday to Mr John cured his wife who was threatened Forster of Louisville It will bo a with Pneumonia after an attack of LitGrippe various quiet home wedding at the residence remedies and when physiciansother had several Mrs John P done her no good Robert Barber of of the brides sister Starks in Louisville and nono but Cook sport Pa claims Dr Kings relatives and a few intimate friends New DiBCOvery has done him more Louisville good than anything he ever used for Officer Henry Brown is recovering will be expected After the ceremo- Lung Trouble Nothing like It from the injuries received at the ny tho couple will go to Chicago for Try it Free Trial Bottles at P H hands of the negro on Sunday three a month and then return to Louis Oaiu knteus Drug Store Large weeks ago He is able to walk about ville and board at Mra Bonnycaotles oottlos 50o and 1 00 5 a little now Mr Forster is the bookkeeper for the What You Are Waiting For Prof McHonry Rhoads and wife Louisvillo Gas Oompany and is said went to Grayson county Thursday to spend the summer During tneir ab- - to be a young man of fine character To close our business in your city sence from the city Prof Rhoads will and habits Tho bride elect is the we will mako commencing July 7tfi visit the Worlds Fair youngest daughtor of Capt John and ending tho 17th only 10 days tho Judge and Mrs L Hord returned Cannon deceased the owner of tho best finish Aristo Oabinot Photo Â¬ Tuesday from a visit of several weeks famous Mississippi rlvor steamboats graphs at 2 per dozen and give to their sons at Aurora Illinois Dur- - Robert E Lee and John Cannon and with eaoh dozen ordered If desired Â¬ a fine 10x23 Crayon Portrait guaran fnrv thaif aaanna fViAf fnrtlr n flin until two years ago when with her teed for only 1 or a strictly free Worlds Fair at Chicago to Louisville hand at 8 Our stock of the finest Miss Cynthia Gill of Todd county mother she removed frames manufactured must go re Â¬ who hnn hmi vifliMncr hnr irrflnt- - she wub a much admired favorite in gardless of prices grandmother Mrs Agnes H Mc- - society in this city She is a lovable F M Caldwell Olure and other relatives in this olty young lady polite graceful and pret The Artist leaves for homo this morning 42 2t Blue Booth Studio ty both In face and figure and her Rev II G Henderson is home from numerous friends here wish her all Oil Winchester where he attended a the joy attending such a happy event is The cheapest and best Machine tf 42 sold by Mastin Bros meeting of the Theological Institute Invitations ChomwellJessee Ho was complimented by a reelection How to Curo aICold to tho position of Secretary of the were recelvod in thiB city this week Institute announcing that Mies Elizabeth Simply take Ottos Cure Wo know Messrs A 0 and Lewis Wither Pryor Jessee daughter of Col and of its astonishing cures and that it spoon and Butler Saffell of Law t Mrs George M JoBsee of New Cas Â¬ vill stop a cough quioker than any renceburf and J 0 Bailey and wife j tle Ky would be married to Mr known remedy of Versailles came down Tuosday If you have Asthma Bronohltis to attend the funeral of the late Tm Cromwell of this oity Asst Jonoumptlon or any disease of the James Saffell Clerk of the State Senate the cere Â¬ throat and lungs a few doses of this Dr E A Grant of Louisville who mony to tako place at tho Christian great guaranteed remedy will surÂ¬ taught a male high school in the Church In New Castle next Thursday prise you If you wish to try It call at ourstoro house on Second street where the afternoon at two oclock on Main street and wo will be pleased Episcopal parish sohool 1b now taught along in tho fifties has been visiting i Handy Wood A license to marry to furnish you a bottle free of cost prove our that j was friends in this city this week granted Wednesday to Neal and 45 willChapman assertion Williams Handy and Narolssa Wood colored Mr and Mra Frank 0 Hughes of South Pittsburgh Tenn and Mrs of this county Glnd Tidings Lizzie Woloh Coryell of New Jersey Updike Wabfield Sunday at the who formerly lived hero were regis The grand specific for tho prevail Â¬ tered this week at the Kentuoky residence of Mr Thos Olarko by ing malady of the ago Dyspepsia Building at the Words Fair Rev Lazarus W P Huletto Mr Liver OomplnJnt Rheumatism Oos is Mr Hugh 0 Glenn of Kuttawa Peter Updike to MIbs Mary Warflold livounss General Debility etoThis AnntFannys Health Restorer Lyon county who has been rosidlng neat herbal tonic stimulates theÂ¬ in this city for several months has BROWNS IRON BITTERS ligestivo organB rogulf toi the sys During ma snort roturned homo tem to vigorous health and energies in Â¬ Dyspepsia residence hero Mr Glonn has made Samples free Largo paokagea 50o many friends who regret to boo him Williams Sold by Chapman 40 leave Miss Minnie Bohon after a visit of several days to her cousin Miss Lizzie Hudson returned home to Harrodfiburg Tuesday Mr Woodson K Woods of St Louis Mo who has been visiting his mother for the last two weeks returned homo Tuesday fT j itiro xiurry n iviimory ui uuicagu arrived Wednesday and will remaiu for a month or more with her father Col Thomas Rodman sr Mrs George B Salender and her sister Miss Beatrice O Ready leave next week for Louisville to viBit their mother and other relatives Mr Win M Tinsley of the Louis Â¬ ville Post was in the city this week on business connected with his application for surveyor of the Port at Â¬ Mr R K McOlure wife and chil- Â¬ Real Estate Transfers dren Little Miss Hattie and Master Richard Misses Mary and Maggie S and Lewis E Harvie to D Pago Annie Hall Mary Lockett MJohn Woodson for 1200 a tract of 67 Smith Jennio Gaines Sadie Grant and Margaret A Lewis composed a acres of land on the Flat Creek turn- Â¬ party which left this city Monday pike v morning in a special coach over the Midland to visit the Worlds Fair at It Sliou very Be Chicago r li 8B Ti fe8 - m u trt f Matrimonial Mouse VH m -- a f Fouster Oannon Misa rt - Â¬ -- J A J Â¬ ri A a J I Â¬ w VB r - 1 I s Vfc fc y 1 I M digestion Debility cures i LJ iiiiMln nilmi TilIT i w T h in 1V Dont Ruin Your Eyes By allowing Incompotent self styled sclcnttflo opticians and peddlers tit thetn The optlclun should graduate and huvo his dlpoma ol qunl n cation Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks Rogers Knives Forks and Spoons Silver inlaid s WW- M ij - - WatcJ pMeI Pfc- a- vresA- ww Solid 3i oJ Silvetand 41 r VKyes examined with the Oculists Tost Cae nnd the modern Improved scientific Instruments Frames V Accuritol Fitted to the Face t Should your hnart uclie oycs burn or wnter eight blur nnd your dnssei dont suit come ntu Goln Sntlstactlon guaranteed oonsult mo glasses it specialty Silver Plated CHafe W HS3 E - O ZSHAGBN d iAsvno oJaJLaa i bbb i 1 ii r- - Warranted 25 Years v Graduate Upttntui at M A Selberfs St Clair etreet Jrdirtnrt Kv Monday Tuesday nnd Wednesday June 2G 27 and 28 ntanLa h JwJULwiiiiiii iilml J Lrei Le Vtrf acJaa A W L J- - I ft- LOUISVILLE SOEE WILLSON WAILS AND BOW DEN BAWLS Fraud and Corruption We have noticed that when a fol Â¬ low undertakes to explain why his nine failed to win a base ball game he always finds it necessary to cuss the umpire for making rank decis ions and accuse the opposing nine of dirty ball playing seldom giving the true reason viz that the other fel- Â¬ lows made the most scores Last week our ancient enemies Louisville and Lexington thought they had everything in readiness for the removal of the capital from our little hill framed city and started in to do us up in great shape but when the final struggle came they were sent to grass so suddenly that it required several days for the lobby- ists who came here to look after Xouisvilos interest to pull themselves together and collect their scattered senses When they finally did recover from their surprise they wore not honest enough to admit that they had underestimated the strength of the little giant and had been tripped up and given the hard Â¬ est fall of their lives but began to play the baby act and cry fraud and Â¬ S f m V N - ft- u frr W cv - ST- corruption s- k a v f v m i W ti Pr- - k y l n Rf h- fo The Hon Augustus Excalibar Will- son whose magnetic presence in this oity was expected to turn the tide in Louisvilles favor Angus Allmond a curled darling of the Commercial Club and Marmaduke Brown Bow den a briefless lawyer who pos Â¬ sesses an elegant fog horn voico and an inordinate love of using the same have told pitiful taes to the Louisville papers of the fraud and corruption practiced by Frank fort in order to retain the capital and last but not least Albert Charl- Â¬ ton a member of the Legislature from one of the Louisville districts had himself interviewed and sang a little song about his brother mem Â¬ bers selling out saying he himself was approached by a prominent official of this oity Mr Willson says money was paid members to vote for Frankfort the money being wrapped in newspaper and the paper given a peculiar twist at the end but he fails to state whioh eye the Frankfort man winked when presenting the potent paokage He says ho knows this to be true but cant prove it Being a lawyer ho should also know that unless a man can prove his statements he bad best keep silence The Hon Gussie also said that Louisville made an honest open fight and did not use a single dollar so far as he know to influence votes If this be true what did a prominent merchant on Fourth street in Louisville and a member of the Commercial Club mean when he told the Roundabout on the very day the vote was taken in the House that the whole d n Legislature was for sale and Louisville would buy enough votes to get the oapital That a corruption fund was raised by the Cqromercial Club is evident from the remark abovo quoted Angus Allmond also olaims that badly and behaved Frankfort praoticed fraud and corruption and in this connection one might para Â¬ phrase the words of Lord Marraion If thou saidst that Frank Â¬ and say is not the poor of my ojty far or fort j near Lord Angus thou hast llod Â¬ But Duke Bowden poor fellow like a boy who held a bird in his hand and let it escape is terribly torn up Ho got himself elected to the Presidency of the Commercial Club upon the platform of remove the capital to Louisville or burst a hame string and when the blow fell it broke his heart Nothing less than an amendment to the Constitution removing the seat of government to the Falls Oity will now passify him As for Charlton the idea of anyone wanting to buy him unless it was to give him away immediately is too His chat Â¬ ridiculous to talk about ter in the Louisville Times about his brother members caused a resolution to be passed By the House calling up- Â¬ on him to return here and explain his language and when he does come a very large sized breeze is likely to meander through his elegant mut- Â¬ ton chop whiskers Liko Mr Willson in reference to his own city tho Roundabout does not know that a single dollar was used by Frankfort to influence votes and it will require better authority than a gang of disappointed Louisville lobbyists to convince us or the world at largo that her victory was bought on Thursday of last week When Messrs Willson Bowden and others can prove that their campaign after tho capital was pitched upon a highly moral plane and that the methods used in the effort to pass the Louisville charter over the Gove- Â¬ rnors veto were altogether legitimate then they may shout bribery at Frankfort but in the meantime they had best step over to French Lick and soak their heads Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Top Drawer LOCAL THE ROLLOF HONOR Names Not Omitted Purposely but Crowded Out of Memory By Overflowing Joy Since the artiole in the last issue of this paper on the matter of the vote on tho capital removal question ap Â¬ peared an anonymous communication was reoeivod by tho editor stating substantially that there were many others than those mentioned in the article who wore equally entitled to oredit for their efforts in behalf of There can be no grounds whatever for hesitation on that point and it was not the intention of the Round- Â¬ about to make any invidious distinc- Â¬ tion in partioularizing a few legisla Â¬ tors and citizens The roll of honor was too long for publication and all citizens who were alike interested in the issue can readily appreciate the condition of exuberant joy that crowded out of tho memory more than half the names of those most prominently engaged in tho cause To attempt a complete list of the names of both legislators ana citi- Â¬ zens now with timely warning of tho communication notod would bo fly- Â¬ ing in the faco of Providence but whether all are published or not it is safe to say their gratification over u good work happily accomplished is a far better aim more satisfying re Â¬ ward than a dozen compliments in a newspaper Frankfort to the people here Mr Stockton of Nashville being a brother of Mrs Olough Overton of Louisville for-Â¬ merly Mies Lucy Stockton of this city and Miss Macklin a daughter of tho late John Macklin of this county Richmond Ky June 15 Special RobertO Stockton of Nashville Tenn was in Richmond yesterday and related a singular coincidence Soon after his arrival here his first visit ho heard of Robert C Stock- Â¬ ton of this place and proceeded to hunt him up On comparing notes they discovered although never having previously heard of each other that they were second cousins and wore oxaotly tho Bame age not only this but they were married at the same hour of the same day of the same month and year The records show that Robert 0 Stock- Â¬ ton of Richmond was married to Miss Maggie Nuckols at Versailles November 14 1893 at noon and that on the same day in the same year and at the same hour Mr Robert 0 Stockton then of Kansas Oity Mo now of Nashville was married to Miss Sallie B Macklin of Frank- Â¬ lin county Ky Convict Escaped Early Saturday morning Joo Love a white convict from Louisville in charge of the electric lights at tho penitentiary fled from his post of duty and is yet at large He stole a suit of clothes from Warden Normans residence before he bade adieu to Frankfort His Former Position Oapt Thos 0 Jones of this city rpcoived his piece of Government pie Thurs- Â¬ day He was appointed to tho con- Â¬ sulate at Funohal in the Madeira Islands which he held under President Clevelands former administra- Â¬ tion The place pays 1500 and is especially desirable because of the delightful climate Oapt Jones is a gentleman of ability and experience and his re instatement will no doubt call forth as muoh pleasure in Fun ohal as it has among his wideoirolo of friends in Kentucky The Hawaiian Mission Though no official announcement was made it was stated this week that ox Gov Knott of this oity had been tendered the mission to tho Hawaiian Islands Under tho peculiar political state of affairs in that country at this time requiring profound statesmanship on the part of the minister from the United States tho compliment of the Presidents choice was properly be- Â¬ stowed upon the distinguished ex Governor who is acknowledged to be one of tho best equipped men in tho country to discharge such high and His law practice important duties however and his own and his wifes health are matters that wllf cause him to decline tho offer of tho mis Â¬ sion and within the noxt few days it is Bald ho will accordingly write to Â¬ The two Bobs -- Tho Courier-Journof- Friday of last week contained the following news item of interest al - days the origin of the fire is a W E BAXTER M D mystery Mr Berryman had no in Â¬ surance on his furniture but Mrs After Study and an Examination Has the Degree of Medicine MoEwan carried a policy of 800 on Conferred Upon Him her house about one half of which amount will cover her loss Closing Exebcise3 The closing i Dr W E Baxter who was in Lonis- evercises of St Josephs Academy at vine this week attending the com- Â¬ the Opera House on Monday night mencement exorcises of the Dental attracted a very large audience Department of the Central Universi- Â¬ Each feature of the programme was ty of which he is a member of the splendidly rendered as well as the faculty returned home to resume uninterruptedly the practice of his drama The Way of Providence profession of dentistry in this- city which elicited frequent tributes of with an added laurel to his equip Â¬ applause Col Thomas Corbett The Wash- Â¬ ment of a certificate of graduation in ington City dispatches say that Col medicine which the Medical Faculty Thomas Corbett of this city clerk at of the University after a rigid exam- the ponitentiary will receive a letter ination deemed him competent to this week Writing him to come and wear Dr Baxter applied himself to accept a good place in the Interior the study of medicine partly as a Department perhaps an Indian means of occupying his leisure time while not engaged in his office duties Agency or in demonstrating before tho school Mr Robert Burns Wilson Dur Â¬ and also he might the more ing this week at Judge Oraddocks thoroughlythat qualify himself to practice house on the South Side formerly a profession of which dentistry is a occupied by Mr Philip Carpenter specialty Mr Robert Burns Wilson has had on The degree of M D is an honor display about seventy five splendid which not only evidences the devel specimens of his genius in ment of Dr Baxters powers in the water colors consisting of landscapes line of his profession but also indi- Many of the cates and marine Views the high mark of success pictures in tho after glow of a sun- Â¬ he has fixed for his ambition whichÂ¬ to atset bear the mark of a master color tain ist who is certain to achieve a repu- Â¬ tation In this particular direction of Dr M J Davis is a prominent of Lewis Cass county his powers that is alone sufficient to owa and has been actively engaged fix a high value upon his work in the practice of medicine at that There was a sale of a number of the place for the past pictures last night but to night be Â¬ On the 26th of May while in Des ginning at eight oclock it is expected Moines en route to Chicago he was that a large crowd will be present at suddenly taken with an attack of Having sold Chamber Â¬ the disposal of tho rest included in diarrhoea which aro some of the artists best lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoaa Remedy for the past seventeen years effortsf and knowing its reliability he pro Â¬ Thw United States Court The case of Wm Bright of Lexington cured a 25 cent bottle two doses of ex cashierof tho National Exchange whioh completely curedofhim The water and Bankof that city who with Gilmore excitement and change teller and Oheppau the Book- Â¬ diet incident to traveling often pro- Â¬ the maker was indicted for false entries duce a diarrhoea Everyone shouldon the books of the bank whereby procure a bottle of this remedy bemore than 30000 was overdrawn on fore leaving home For sale by J W 39 lm certain accounts has exclusively en- Â¬ Gayle m gaged the time of tho United States Court since last Thursday It will S Harris will sell you a good probably be given to the jury to day brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a The other cases on the docket by good check cotton at 5 cents a yard reason of the necessity of Judge and a good calico cotton at 5 cents a Our stock of China silks Barr to hold court next Monday in yard Owensboro were continued until the fancy Ginghams Crepe Cloth and 39 tf next term of this court in January Challies is complete thirty-five-years ii 74 ES 1 4 1894 Births Bradley Electric Bitters vft the President A New School It is said that Prof Bon Harvey of Louisville a well known educator in the State will open a school in this city this fall to prepare young men for college I u t j j i U it A fire Tues- Â¬ orders and dorangements peculiar to your day night originating in the pantry sex it relieves and cures It invigorates tho svstom improves you weak How Save doctors bills Always of tho house on Main street between the blood dispels aches digestion onrichoa and keep on hand a bottle of that finest Cross and Third streets oooupied by refreshing sleep and restores pains brings worn -health and of remedies Dr Hales Household Mr strength chronic wcoknestos TT0 RS 0 M Borryman and belonging regularities All the disturbances known irÂ¬ BROVIT Cough Cure to alley the first irrita Â¬ as and female complaints aro completely and tion causbd by a cold Dont think to Mrs John W MoEwan destroyed Mastin Bros have had a very largo you can fix upsomotkiag just as good the roar end of the house and a good permanently cured by it improved when for 25c r fOcyeu onhavo part of Mr Berryraans furnituro to These r facts and theyre strong enough salo on their new examino it Sioklo warrant tho roakors in guaranteeing their Grinder Call and tho result of years of practice and benefit 42 tf If it experience expended in tnaklag this As Mr Borrymaus wife was absent remedy monoyfails to No other or cure you hava your from tho oity and there had boon no women is sold onback terms medicine for propagation absolutely the best For such That proves A flrst olasB sooond hand mower for nlo by P II Oarpsntbk 4 cooking In tho kitchen for several tfeat nothing also can bo just as good 42 tf sale cheap at Mastin Bros Put Monoy in Thy Purse Fire Tuesday Night This remedy is becoming so Friday night of last week to the wife of Mr Wm E well known and so popular as to All need no special mention Bradley a son who have used Electric Bitters Shingleton In this county on Saturday June 3d 1893 to Mr A J sing the same song of praise Shingleton and wife a daughter A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that weight 10 pounds Electric Bitters will In this city on Tuesday s claimed Todd of the Liver and June 20 1893 to Mr John R Todd cure all diseases remove Pimples Kidneys will an d wife a son weight 8 pounds Boils Salt Rheum and other affec- Â¬ tions caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all For cure of Malarial fevers Headache Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters En1M women who aro overworked runor down or dobllltated need just one modlclno tire satisfaction guaranteed nnd that is Dr Pierces Favorite Proscrip money efunded Price 50 cts tion Its a broad statement but facts bear and i per bottle at South Side it out Thoso are the facta If youre a weak and delicate woman then drug store the Favorite Prescription builds you up P H Carpenter 5 if you suffer from anr of the painful Â¬ ts J till H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- and If all feel v-- out take i ai II K PTI i 41 ihi iiiiiiwiiiii mum t b is 4fc llftj urn lKl -- f VS ESSEOtCB tO Change Our Location for Bus mess 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 as we wish to WE DEFY COMPETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store STT t arcl Hee vy Sasli Doors all Paper Hameds Sadcaler38- - Paizts Oils E31inc5ls TX7 agrors Surr5 es Iron Kooxlng E3riLsl es Vaxnisli Cement Elaster X Sewer ZEPipe ETliie 2Pipe Tire- - SpolsresSalt Iron Lime Tools eatlxer Lace Leatlier Ecims Sods G arden Harness eels ESope Tisaingr TTacaszle O uitlexy and Binder Xla OT sxrine 3 inaranteeca ECose and Lawn vo77 ers 3cc it O-e-aer- al Xinrl Kar-w-ar- e G-las- s- -- w-- JLgente for Walter S JL IftrdocI Mcrsnrers IVK Â¬ and Binders Opposite the Farmers Bank w f t i w 4 Cor Main and Lewis Streets ll C E A COLLINS Â¬ Â¬ K si Tho venience of the passengers peared before it and it was necessary monnrchs of ancient times Among road smooth and well ballasted and Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky paid a visit as second class mallublo matter Our party of editors were first taken to wait until Robert Morningstar of the reproduced mummies were Solo- Â¬ with Mr Ohas G Crush as the Louis- Â¬ to the glass factory in operation by Bowling Green who had gone ahead mons sister-in-laand his father-in-laville Passenger Agent is certain to Pub the Venetians where we witnessed could return and report the reeult GEO A LEWIS Editor and draw a large share of the travel from The religion of Osiris was then this part of tho State the making of fine Venetian and of his request to the representative Florentine wares of the Khedive in charge of explained to us and on a chancel In the Irish Village in which there the Egyptian people there Present- Â¬ three or four girlB gavo an exhibition She Committed Suio do is a faithful reproduction of Blarney ly the gate opened and a native in a of the sacred dance to the tune of as it appears in its ruins the picturesque costume astride a camel music by harps lyres pipes and Castle Mrs PBANKFORT JUNE 24 1898 native Irish have on exhibition and and beating with his fingers a lily drums In a dark room in which the letter F 0 Cone at Paris left thi My for sale a great deal of the products of shaped drum transported me into walls were highly ornamented by nil if I cause you hnsband Forgive m trouble but I suffer so the Emerald isle The Arabs have a the land of the Pharoahs CleopatraÂ¬ kinds of pictures the hieroglyphics You do not know what those long On the in- of the ancient natives wo wore shown of Damascus in which there and the Arabian Nights fmlace FHIB nights THE of more than COO years side a party of natives having camels a facsimile of a tomb of ono of the wakeful wretched darling are to me tired of age In one end is shown the and donkeys had gathered to greet i earliest priests whioh has recently and Jam bo be better It is the pain will never not easy furnituref modern use and in the us and to matte tneir animals an at- Â¬ been brought to the light of day by to take my own life but I have boon other the furniture of the anoient traction at fifty cents an hour for the researches of the Egyptologists sink so long Good bye my Full of Foreign Attractions the period a donkey or twenty five cents a rida in digging in the sands along the 1 love you your wife This hnsband a one of Across tho yard from this palace is throueh the street on a camel had river Nile It was difficult in a large t ho thousands Midway Plaisance a Wide thut gives up instead a kind of stable or open shed in tendered the free use of a donkey to crowd to hear all that an Egyptian Miles Restorative Ner Â¬ which dwell a dozen or more black Morningstar whose feet dragged who could barely speak tho English of using Dr being speedily oared or Field for a Liberal vine and hideous visaged Soudanese Ono of the ground as he rode at the head of language attempted to tell us but I tieir wretchedne3 Go W the women bad an infant a few our column ana to tne rignt oi tne think I have correctly related here rnyle and got an elegant to J and Education book e that part of the Street in Cairo months old which was an interesting drummer on the camel whose 0 There is a trial bottle free dubs had neither sound of time which I saw and heard feature of the viBit to the ladies of All Things Must End and This our party who stood at a distance or muBic The street is narrow great deal more in the Street to see the Serial Letter is no Exception from the male members of ago Afri Â¬ and paved with brick It tuniB like and study than my limited hop skipÂ¬ shed a a crescent irom tne point oi entrance and jump period allowed me to gathcan tribe that a few years to the Rule large quantity of Englands best and has houses on both sides for a j er I am not overdrawing the story There is in the least when I say it took me two square or more in length blood CHAPTER THE THIRD A cyclorama of the Bernese Alps a temple and a theatre in the street days after I left the Street to and one of the volcano of Mount beBideB any number of small qtores disillusionize myself in regard to my When 1 was at the Worlds- - Fair Kilauea in the Sandwioh Islands were in which all kinds of Egyptian and stay in a foreign land To see overs WAS the first week in this month there next visited and enjoyed by which Arabic ware and handicraft are ex thing in the Midway Plaisance an appearance otficial statement has placed the were many buildings and displays in time it was close to the hour for mid posed for sale The very a very incomplete state which I did dav luncheon which we agreed to ot tne nouses tne turoanea natives amount for eaoh person at 1500 not get to see and have passed take in a beer and concert garden in all around you with their donkeys but there are many things included in without a mention The French Alt Wein or a street in Ola Vienna camels and hieroglyphical language- the list which the visitor is almost The rush was immense and every- Â¬ German and Austrian buildings in The street is lined with shops and leave no room to doubt your stand- certain to forego I would estimate body was more than pleased the main grounds are filled with inter- cafes kept by native Viennese and ring on the very soil of Egypt We that six dollars would be a very fair with the beautiful dis esting works of arD and other pro- Â¬ during the time we were there a were taken to tne tneatre wnicn is sum to expend on this feature of the ducts of those nations and the eon Maennerchor Society in one hall arranged very much like such placesÂ¬ Fair and for that amount you can play ol vent of La Rabida an exact repro- Â¬ could be heard rehearsing while an in this country and enjoyed an en- take in the principal foreign scenes duction of the convent at which accordeon in another closer at hand tertainment improvised for our bene- Â¬ which after all are the really inter Â¬ Columbus stopped for the night just was varying the sounds of the clink- Â¬ fit The orchestra consisting of a esting attractions to Americans Now a moment before I close as he was about to loave Spain and ing beer glasses and the tongues of tabor pipe and lute the three perseek aid from France to make his many German waiter girls calling formers on which Bat cross legged If you have time and are fond And the prices were the feature discoveries is full of all kinds of oufzwei beerund pretzels by wheez- Â¬ like Turks or tailors on sofas on one of military displays dont fail Everybody were surprised pictures paintings relics and curios ing one of Strauss waltzes As we side of the stage played a shrill kind to go to Tattcrsalls- on 10th and and wondered how State street to see a- picked brigade of the distinguished navigator and were about to leave Alt Wien we of music with a dull his explorations in the unknown seas sang The Old Kentucky Home and accompaniment that fixed itself in of Great Britains army perform good first Here may be seen the original canoes received an encore from the Viennese my mind as unforgetably if I may be their most expert military move- Â¬ class spears and costumes of the period who had come out of their cafes pie permitted to say so as Mark Twains ments Three See tiie cyclorama the Battle of Goods could be sold so cheap but which were taken to Spain from San bakeries stores and gardens to listen Punoh punch with care also go through the Domingo The tiny hawks bells for to us young mulatto looking girls and one Gettysburg we are here to do busi- We then visited various smaller older woman of thirty eight perhaps old Lib by prison and by no means which the natives would part with ness now in the same their gold and other valuable articles shows one being a large model of the occupied the sofa on the other side of fall to tuke in at the Auditorium manner that we the greatest America are also exposed to view in the church of St Peter at Rome in the the stage They were dressed in theatre building ana the hundreds of other room of which are a number of in Â¬ bright colors having large rings in spectacular performance in the did in reminders of Columbus and the teresting objects among them a Pa their ears and many strings of beads largest and moot beautiful theatre of aborigines of the islands of San el bull and a chair from the Vatican in festoon sweeps about their short whicn this part of the country can Years gone by and everybody Salvador Cuba and Hayti referred to n which Pope Leo frequently sat A skirts Pink yellow and blue stock boast A seat on the lower floor that bought goods in the fascinating pages of Irvirigs building styled The Congress of the ings with bead anklets and slippers costs one dollar and a half and on exercise a magical Fair was spherical in form and con- Â¬ having high heels but without the the mnln gallery which is but slightÂ¬ Of us then were well pleased Columbus over the minds of the be tained on platforms around the room hack part of the shoe that in this ly elevated above the stage one dollar and we will make it to their Eower by which they are turned the most beautiful and perfect types of country is supposed to be indispens- Â¬ The house seats 6000 people and the interest more so backward into time four centuries woman kind from forty nations of able to hold the shoo on the foot stage during the performance con- Â¬ now to hear the wonderful story told to the earth Each woman was attired adorned their nether limbs First tains four or five hundred people Ferdinand and Isabella of the fruits in the costume of her country Â¬ one then another would advance to besides horses charioto and other We will carry a much larger and of the perilous voyage of the Nina and thoBe from India Franco Ger the front of the stage and with their vehicles handsomer stock of many England and the United States clinking castanets in outstretched Summarizing the expense of a Finta and Santa Maria But I must leave the Fair grounds wore gowns of the richest and hands they would make very slight weeks trip for one person and placgoods and go down the long street project- Â¬ most expensive material The East movements with their feet but ing the railroad fare at the present ing from the side called the Midway Indian princess was ablaze with would keep time with an occasional rate I would estimate it as follows Plaisance along the right and left jewels and the French woman bending of tho knee and a constant RuJlroid rare Including sleeper or chulr hand of whioh are novel attractions nad on one oi wortns most cosuy shaking and twitching and jerking of car for round trip 1939 IN THE LINE OF from a large number of foreign toilets but the beautiful face and fig Â¬ the abdominal muscles which to say Lodxlng 7 day at 100 710 nationB that open to the inquiring ure of the young lady representing the least while novel and interesting Boarlliuj two meals and a lunch 7 days mind a field for education that noth- Â¬ the United States so much surpassed was far from being as graceful and ut 115 805 KQTlQliS FfiNCY ing short of several thousand dollars the charms of the rest of the women beautiful as travelers and writers of If In city proper car fare to and from and years of travel can equal With- Â¬ that when the division allotted to her fiction have pictured to my mind ground 7 days at --0 cents lO in the past week many points of and haying the American flag for a The ladies of the party didnt enjoy Gate foj 7 days ut 50 cents 350 AND interest in the Plaisance to whioh the background was reached tne wnoie it at all and as they supposed it was About C catalogues at 25 cents 125 daily papers are devoting much party involuntarily paid her the about on a par with a cheap variety Laxoon and Intramural rides about 70 space have been opened to the homage of applause Her cheeks at show they broke up the dance by Mldwty Plalsunco about 0 00 STAPLE DRY GOODS public but as I did not see them I re Â¬ this display of loyalty became suffused withdrawing and leaving the KheTotal J75 from a description For instance with blushes whioh made her appear dives representative staring in open frain course this makes no provision It matters not what you want in I did not get to see tho Dahomey tho incarnation of beauty and mod Â¬Â¬ eyed amazement at the KentuckyÂ¬ Ofany ourios or attractions at oity VillaKe the Dutch East India Village esty and caused a number of the edi- editorial party that could not find de for that line come right to us theatres or other numerous modes of the German Village and Town of torial fraternity to vow that her light in tho dance of the houris and we will supply Medieval Times the Algerian Vil smile of pleasure at the demonstra- Â¬ Wo were next shown through the getting rid of your money In Chicago 1 returned on a day train on tho your wants lage and theatre and others of the tion was a more exquisite delight temple where about a dozen mummies kind The captive balloon whioh as Â¬ to them than their successful rubbing are exposed in their caskets to view Monon road which has splendid chair at cends to a height of 1500 feet and of the valuable rabbits foot on a hard Â¬ I was informed that all were merely cars with complete kitchen and din- costs 200 for a trip and the great hearted door keeper E F T L Vertical Revolving Wheel 250 feet The Moorish Palace has muoh to 1 ii in diameter for which there is a detain visitors for hours The first charge of fifty cents for a ride of two floor contains a labyrinth so cunning Â¬ Dont forget to look at our 5 and round trips wore nob in operation ly arranged with mirrors that it is al Â¬ most impossible to keep from walkthen IOC Embrodery Counters Entering tho Plaisance the visitor ing through glass at every stop The They are beauties and is impressed at once with the whole devil and his imps in all their horri Â¬ you will be as- Â¬ foreign scene On one side may bo ble horn and hoofed majesty hold tonished observed a Chinese pagoda and on their court hore in a seething lake the other a Turkish mosque with its of fire and brimstone In a room 1a AimAln ifltil ttltlt Ulli uuuouo Uiua uuuuiu tviuuii IVIIll ttA UmiuAa of curiosities in wax may bo seen of peculiar design that lino the street life like ficrures of tho rolcrnincr sover I L W together with tne passing of sedan eigns and prominent nobility Of or palanquins camels don- Europe the reproduction of the thoa chairs keys and hundreds of native Chinese tre box scene and assassination of A SOUVENIB for EVERYB0DT Japanese Turks Arabs Soudaneso President Linooln the wounded Â¬ Cream of Tartar rowder No Ammonia No Alum The only Pure East Indians Irish Germans Egyp zouave who broatnos and opens his tians and other claea of foreigners in eyes at Intervals in his dying mo Â¬ Used in Millions of Homes 140 Yeari the SUmdarcl the costumes of their lands swlftjy menta and many other novel andhis- BROS April lH curry the imagination to the Eastern torioal figures and groups Allawhere Pekin The one most interesting visit how- reproductions in wax excepting one ing attachments that leave nothing FHANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ContinentConstantinople Tokio Ramses II tho oppressor of the to bo desired for the comfort or con Â¬ Damascus ever to mo was the Street In Cairo habad Bagdad and Cairo are each in turn Tho gate was closed when we ap- Israelites and one of Egypts greatest m t TEN PAGES Up ifl HI Ml St rub-bab- m At OPENING DOT m iSiffl JUNE21 QOOE J m rV Â¬ Â¬ 3 VU1 m j iS V m f ta HH jtS n M rub-a-be-d- x - s a fc -- Â¬ i 53 Â¬ km AM t EVERYTHING MS Â¬ ffl rV r Jfc 1 Ii Â¬ I Â¬ PRICES rtpa0LBaking Â¬ UiSPowder T P 0 T HARTSTEIN 6m-l- - VIi V kBA r ij ABEftr AIV CBihb- - mWJJnaKMNBmBtmlrWwtif US fjtSMSSSSuSSiiiSmimm lyortiadd Lottbrs at Frankfort have been notoriously absent from THE this section this season Kdntucky COLUMBIAN FOURTH tyj iM I 1 business Various Points Mr Jack Wigington of Scott coun- Â¬ AuatlnMfssVadleMoDuff Adron ty paid our burg a visit the first of At the Browno John W Martin Ed various cities along tho lino the week rBoydtf John of the Queen and Orescent Route the Mitchell H T JElarrir Jno H Moxloy Louis Some farmers wo understand not Fourth of July this year will bo celeiM i s s McOoy Pleas Bigbrira in this immediate viointy probably brated with unusual demonstrations oxrSect to turn hogs on their wheat in Ball games illuminations Murphy Mrs picnics oLaura Brewer Ike Sallio order to realize its full value the river excursions parados military Brown L O Martin Rev R price offorod boing doomed by thom drills fire works balloon ascensions not sufficient to meet the oxnensos of and speech making will be included BlantoTvMfesMln- - M nio Miller Miss Sid labor and time expended in produc- Â¬ in the ceremonies Bryant Samuel S noy To assist in making tho occasion a ing otherwise than above mentioned Boyd Miss Ruth Mcintosh Silas success the Queen and Orescent Mr Russell Hucches who has been Obnrii Josse Mukos Willie point on tickets sojourning in Ohio for the past three Routo will sellone and to anythird faro Caldwell4 Mr 8 iroctor u J ono the system at or four months has returned homo Mdtti6 for the round trip These tickets will Phoithen John ProaroTVliBB Mary uolemari Mac Messrs Wm Ireland and Harvey be sold good to use July 2d 3d and DWriefi Mrs Wil- - Parker Miss May Tincher have boon attending U S 4th and will be good for return until ymqr July 7th Pholpe Miss Court at Frankfort during the past and including information as to rates oaraewen vvm For further two weeks as jurors Mamie Dunavent Will Rucker David etc call on agents D G Edwards Miss Daisy Hockensmith of Stamp Â¬ G P A Cincinnati Ohio Dermead Miss Robinson Jonnio Ground W iJeant Mrs Rose JMiss M L ing vicinity is visiting relatives in our Martha Read LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ j Pprneaux H 0 Smith A M KET Summer Finley Just full of improvements Dr Fisher Mrs Mar Stafford F H Pierces Pleasant Pellets To begin DURRETT with theyre the smallest and the FURNISHED BY GLOVER Sullivan J T LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Gentry G B easiest to take Theyre tiny sugar Stark Louis Grayson Miss Simpson Milton coated anti billious granules scarce Â¬ July 80 ly EHzn ly larger than mustard soeds Every Sales on our market for the week Smith Sim F GloveVissTilat- - Streets Wm child is ready for them just closed amount to 1802 hhds with Then after theyre takon instead of roceipts for the same period of 1785 Tranol W R disturbing and shocking the system hhds Sales on our market since Jan-Â¬ Gary James D Thompson P they act in a mild easy and natural uary 1st amount to 74052 hhds Sales Hatched Miss True Mrs Lucy tCSma way Theres no chance for any re- Â¬ of tho crop of 1892 on our market to Tobin George iHenry JaQpb Tompson Gilbert action afterwards Their help lasts this date amount to 78422 hhds Indigestion Wo have had a more active mar- Â¬ Liclts Jf earce Taylor Miss Gary Constipation Bilious IDTZJJLjlZltt I2ST Hampionds V R Voneziale Domen Attacks Sick or Bilious Headaches ket for burley tobacco for tho past Irvln Charley and all derangements of the liver week with better prices for all ico Mrs Walice Charlie Johnson stomach and bowels are promptly re- Â¬ grades common red fillers being possibly stronger in proportion than lieved and permanently cured yfiftvi Wilson B F X Jones Mrs 0 Theyre putupin glassphials which any other kind Weber Charlie jSttillie keep thom always froBh and reliable The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Wiles Elipfalo ANN Kqhl fylrs Allen Whitehouse Mrs unliko the ordinary pills in wooden resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ Knight Lizzie or pasteboard boxes bacco 1892 crop Mary Kelsay Isaac White Miss Sylva And theyre the cheapest pills you Trash dark or damaged can buy for theyre guaranteed to 3 6UU4 ou tODaCCO KirkMontavill Yong Robert Long Marion L Nat H B Loan give satistaotion or your money is Common Colorv trash 4 50a 0 25 Medium to good colory LeslieJrB returned Association 8 00 LppgMiss Gathea 6 25 You pay only for the good you get trash 99 6 00 Common lugs not colory 4 25 jilVheir calling for these letters say 8 25 6 50 Common Colory lugs Peaks Mill fldyfrilsod J M Saffell P M Medium to good colory 10 00 8 25 lugs The Quick Meal sales In 1891 amounted to 36242 DEFKRRBD MATTER fi Common to medium leaf 8 00 12 00 stoves Fifty cents is a small doctor bill to good leaf 12 00 14 00 The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance but that is all it will cost you to cure Farmers are about done setting to- - Medium fine 19 00 on the market run up to 164955 stores 14 00 Good to leaf any ordinary case of rhehumatism bacco The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers Select or wrappery ifLyou use Chamberlains Pain Balm absolute safety against accldeuts 25 50 19 00 Messrs Scott and Dinkle of Frank tobaccoIPjmfcfaiiayoti will be surprised at the Became the Quick Meal Is the only stove hating fort spent Sunday in bur midBt mffmpp relief it affords The first ap burners that cannot be opened further than necessary Any Person pneatJpniVill quiet the pain 60 cent Mrs R T Penn and daughter Mrs 0 B Haydon spent several days in bbtes for sale by J W Gaylo Because the Quick Meal Is the only store baring a tank that cannot be taken off for filling un Cincinnati last week That isitronblod with constipation tfifi less all the burners are closed can get immediate and pormaneat Miss Bessie Haydon pf Frankfort Because the Quick Meal is the only stove having relief by using Dr Hales Household Forka of- Elkhorn made a flying visit to our town last Tea One dose a day at bed an Indicator to show when the burners are time v7vt open or closed Sunday 25 and 50c packages at P H Caepkk iflfyseaBqnable Because the Quick Meal Is the nly store having Mrs May Paradise of Great Falls tsrs drug store 4 glass tubes to show the dripping Of gasoline Home grown vegetables in abund Â¬ Montana is visiting her parents at when the stove Is in use V i this place ance THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAK Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of anti rust material Mrs Elizabeth Graham spent sev- Â¬ VIA PJCTURESQUE MACKINAC 1 Strawberries past raspberries pres Â¬ f eral days last week with her brother ent Jl it Because tho Quick Meal Is the only store having VU the needle points of the burners made of Uei Mr Robert Church of Tiger Avoid tho heat and dust by traveling Butter plentiful and cheap eggs mnn sliver which makes them absolutely inde Â¬ structible Mrs R B Gwinu has returned on tho Floating Palaces of tho Detroit from a visit of several weeks Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Because the Quirk Meal Is the only stove Having n Two new steel passenger steamers havo Sbnng chickens aro in demand at homo rim on the cast Iron burner tops extending over to friends in Frankfort just been built for this Upper Lake routo the burner drum and tubes thus protecting them Against the dripping from the cooking Mr Frank Compton a popular costing 300000 each and aro guaranteed hfcrries are scarcer this seasbn young man who has been engaged to bo the grandest largest safest and vessels than ibx many years previous 23 tf 4 in tho milling business at this place fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 Hay Barley and wheat harvest now for some time and Miss Lulie Haynes miles per hour running time between the charming daughter of Mr James Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than engaging the attention of farmers quietly married in 50 hours Four tripB per week between Vegqtation of all kinds promises an Haynes were Wednesday After Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos Georgetown last abundant yield when harvested the ceromony the newly wedded key and Chicago Dally trips between Bjg4lar sorvjces at Buck Run to couple went to Indiana where they Detroit and Clovcland during July andÂ¬ August double dally service will bo main will reside in tho future anorjirowatthe usual hours tained giving a daylight ride across Lake Mrs Laura Thompson wife of Mr Erie Daily service between Cleveland eM fijt 01 Cathoon Ib conducting a jrbtWotedrnieaping at the Christian D 0 Thompson who has been ill at and First class stateroom the home of her father Mr Jesse accommodations and menu and exceed Ofiutoh Herd Hockensmith near this place1 for Tho palawJhasohools all having closed several weeks died Wednesday morn ingly low Round Trip Rates the appoint- Â¬ the luxury of ON MAIN STEET TO icjiersand children alike draw a lug The bereaved and invalid hus Â¬ tial equipmenttraveling on these steamers ments makes ftbrBdtUand sit down to rest band has the sympathy of the whole thoroughly enjoyable Send for Illus Â¬ Buokner of this place community for himself and the in Â¬ trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz hdMlssL1zzioIavis of Sholbvville fant son iow bereft of a mothers GP A Detroit Cleveland Steam Nav nvOTemarriGd last Saturday June care The remains wore interea in Co Detroit Mich f bW i JTKhappy younc couple ar- - the cemetery at Frankfort BasEmEnt nf thE Capital Hotel Take Notice vMlgthfa place the same evening Jy AVBI lfttret as heartv welcome awaited BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a iem May their paths be strewn Clover Root the new Blood Karls Wa LW Wl AKtadBBkCflBH short time wittiBWdettJBt flowers and heavens Purifier gives freshness and clear- Â¬ sMWIpshb kL rllshfeMeasing attend them ness to the Complexion and euros - u mmmmmijm 25o 60c and 100 -- MrrTHrHindo and family of Chi Â¬ Consumption fiJIWKSEaM 22 ANNOUNCEMENT cago who have been rusticating in For sale by W MoKoo Hardio i RIDEfAYSPRANKLECO i r AatUMB our mdst during- the past few weeks For Senator hayejtnrned home Aro You Going to tho ExP PROPRIETORS OF- We are authorized to announce Hon W W ViIPfiWwWilUerson who has been STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a candidate If you aro contemplating a trip to Co in aouoate neaitn lor many years ro ror Senator from this district subject to the ac- Â¬ Lehigh Coal and Minion tion of tho Democratic part Chicago during tho great Columbian Mfj9Qvrreblej foHMiiohti Stedman of Fayette Exposition and want a real first class W350F0H ACA3E IT WILL NOT CURE 1 June 3 te Domestic and Steam Coal county has been visiting Mends in place to stop where everything is An agreeable Laxative and NERVE TONIO boiu df uruergiataor eont tiy mail 25o60o MANUFACTURERS OF otoidalt duringtho past few weeks done up in regular old Kentucky and 100 per paokago oampics iree TUTf VIA Tho Tavorito TOOTH T0WD4S M H0 Qvoenup lias so far recov style write to Mrs S F Richardson Jfcj To reduce your weight SURELY use WlUards JKa MT BMC eredTrom his recent illness as to be 102 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to XL9 HWforthoToothandlireaUuseo No pounds a month and lose For sale by W McKee Hardie ObesitytoPills health 16No Interference with busi Â¬ ablefcltuji Injury the save you quarters in her house Mrs HALLS OLD STAND Jan 28 ly They build Holenwood Tenn NO STARVING ness or pleasure OjuWdhoOl pi6nio last Saturday hold Riohardson is a former Frankfort the un and Improve the general health beautifyLucy R C STEELE Salesman June 9 lm in Mr J FGoddards grove proved complexion and leave NO WRINKLE8 to be a very enjoyable airair In con lady widow of tho late Owen T Rioh Â¬ Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass of your Ohio Ry writes my Three bottles226 poundsObesity Pills re- I sequence of the prevalence of measles ardson and one of tho nicest of Chesapeake to 190 and weight from duced in our community however many of house keopors Her terras aro reasdn never felt better In all my life lam much pleased with the result and shall do all I coin to the oKildron wore denied the privi able and she should be liberally Our niitronH Include Phvslclans hnin rnn logepfiJatnding Bankers Lawyers aud leaders of Society Our patronized by people from her old NSW YORK PHILADELPHIA goods are not sold In drug stores all orders aro are a formidable trio yet the eak FMFeathorston hasrocovorod home 32 tf SUPPlieu direct jrum uur uuitu rnw yo person frequently has to meet all Of TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities 6m his recent illness age 1200 or three packages for 600 by mall pre tnem at once How can he overcome T paid Particulars sealedWcts ALL CORRES The answer Is with our Coutound A Horriblo Bailroad Aeeidont MiflsMattio Lucas is visiting rela Â¬ PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL Oxyoen and ours only The count Â¬ tives in Woodford county In daily chronic in our papers also Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE less demonstrations ofr 23 years war- Â¬ MISS BOSUN WILLUflD REMEDY CO rant this reply LEXINGTON nnd EASTERN jJIiBrfVLUith Sploer is visiting her rlie death of some dear friend who Our treatment Is available for home AplGra lias died POINTS use neither need your occupation b e pSndgyeat9 Mr and Mrs Shanklin if ho or with Consumption whereas she had taken Ottos Cure interfered with The value of these Time card In effect Nov 1st 1893 pwejpnino county features Is obvious What ubout your for Tin oat and Lung disease in time vow a uuuiw vicALuammuu aim pruui roiEuroUn is engaged in a meet life would have been rendered happi KA8T BOUND G is yours to consider it asked for now na ithhfS churoh at Beech Ridge or and perhaps saved Heed the Atlanta Express No 22 dally Lve Lexington Drs STARKEY 7 it PALENm warning ium aiuu oncoi ruiiuueipnia ra If you have a cough or Uldlund Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 1140 A M a u Dec 21 ly Express No 24 dally TKCB015 imi MwTj JVLuoas after a siogo of any affection of tho Throat or Lungs Vestlbulod Accom No 28 dally ox 8un630r u Williams and get Mt Sterling manyjmohpha at law in Frankfort is call at Chapman WEST BOUND rbipaungat hs fathers near this a trial bottle freo Large size 50o Mr J F Goddard has so far recov- Â¬ Tho Biggest Fourth of July Colo- Below will be found a list df adver- - ered from his recent affliction frac Â¬ bration of Many Years Im- fclfeM letters for the week ondintr tured log as to bo ablo to attend to monso DoinonBtations at ritfl7lgte M J Â¬ JEUD POWEK STREET STOVES AND TINWARE 236 Alaska Charcoal Filled Refrigerators WOVJEIi Â¬ A I j i Â¬ - ft v JACOB SWIGERT CO Put-in-B- ay Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building t id Â¬ m lliiafm 101 AND 102 ANN STREET - ME ftyroiF nuns j i im m VI -- FAT PEOPLE XI Â¬ Â¬ Work Worry and Disease i- Â¬ Â¬ H D MATTEL 15 and Mrs Wm Please Return Tho party who West Wfiq have eaoh boon in delioato took by mistake from tho office of lealth for quite a time are still very Williams stable in South Frankfort on tho first Monday In May a brown Frenoh of Midway has overcoat with a pair of dog skin gloves and a handkerchief In tho leen inidir midst this wook pocket 1b roquosted to roturn the FootpadsTindOoloradopotato bags Bamo to H R Williams groaory WtK JTHATyToBrldo tfiitfd Arr Lexington Lexington iccom No 27 dally exSun 8 KXJ a m LoulSlllQ Express No 21 dally 12 MB pm Lexington Accom No 28dnlly ex8unl 15 r u VeUbuIed Express No 23dally 616 pm Solid Vestlbulod Trains with Dining Cars Through tiloopors from Lexington to Now York without chniiKo No Dus transfers W TURNEY D P A Lexington Kt H W ULLEIt OBRYAN Geul Fass Agt AsstGen Fass Ast i lit i IIUI liningUJr u U g i up WM CROMWELL EY-AT-LA- ATTORN -- in W j RJSAt B8TATB A QBiit1 SSPitlS Ut a 334 MAIN STREET joining ocuntiM tat Washington D 0 Cincinnati FRANKFORT KY VL tfcattMtoa t low 5MJ vm Quartorly Court Docket f The Ky Buggy Harness Co vs F M Oonway c judgment by do fault for 75 and interest Roe Lyons vs J Oraik Jabkson continued J H Dickerson vs Lovi W Brako bill filed away D L Haly vs Wm Harrod judg mentljy default for 3395 and inter- Â¬ est Crutcher Straks vs R A Fra Â¬ zior judgment by dofault and attach Â¬ ment sustained case filed away Hudson Humphreys Oassell vs Eugene Hall and W H Hall Trus Â¬ tee continued H G- - Rodman administrator of Wm Church vs Jeff Lyman c judgment by default for 1725 and in- Â¬ Â¬ w v if THE CITY COUNCIL Kon- - Tho Ladios ifa fit es sSr 7 - 1 The following is the docket of Tho ploasant effect and porfoot safe Â¬ Engineer for tho Bridgo tho County Judge Bon Q Williams Juno ty with which ladios may use the tuokyRivor Improvement term of the Quarterly Court held last California liquid laxative Syrup of and Normal Training week which for tho want of spaco Â¬ Figs under all conditions makes it School Consid i Leave was crowded out of last Saturdays ered thoir favorite remedy To get tho any road to Ohicago Ohicago Foank 7 m fort 3 p in arrive issue true and genuine article look for tho This is the only route that offers ayou At an adjourned mooting of tho W H Carter vs Wm Murphy dis Â¬ name of the California Fig Syrup Co but ono ohango of oars betweon bity counoil Tuesday nicht all tho missed settled Baggage printed near tho bottom of the paok Frankfort and Ohicago ohoeked through sleeping car borths jnembers wore present excepting Mr Aubrey Williams vs Geo Gaylo 39 lm ago reserved free of ohargo ttound trip McCluro judgment by default for 3365 and in Â¬ A petition from Mr Leo Buckloy terest Worlds Fair and American Rail 1515 I i ways Cheap Rates on tho Midland asking for a rebate of 200 on his as Â¬ Aubrey Sargent vs J B Blanton sessment was referred to tho finance judgment by default for 13 and in- Â¬ The Queen Cresent Route Hunters and Fishermans Bates committee terest widely know as tho road running the Tho Kentucky Midland Railway A petition of M T Mitchell for a Assignoe Sawyer Wallaco Co Finost Trains in tho South is in Will of hunters saloon license at the cornor of Mero vs John T Wiley c continued to the field to carry everybody from tho and sell tickets to parties than three fishermen not less South to tho Worlds Fair at Ohicago in party to points on O S R R at and Wilkinson street was referred to September term No part of tho Southern country is one tho license committee the Co vs Sanford Jor- terest E D Willis loft uncared for by this great railway trip and one third fare for to round and from Frankfort Switzer A petition from Mr George Huff- dan judgment by default for d40 Same vs J MWiley c dismissed and its conneotionB The Through and return 30 cents to Elkhorn and System is an admirable exposi return 25 assessment and interest man for a reduction of his Car settled cents tion of the wonderful from 1500 to 1300 was referred tb John W Rodman vs Donnis Baily H G Rodman adminstrator for American railroading capabilities of From New tho finance committee judgment by default for 44G0 and in- Â¬ Wm Church vs N P Stafford 05 Orleans through sleeping cars run Confederate Re union at Birming Â¬ Mr Miles from the license com- terest ham judgment by default for 1380 and in daily morning and evening carrying V its passengers via Cincinnati or Louismittee reported the petition of Sam On July 16th to 19th the Kentucky terest R E Gaines vs Ben Emlson dis Midland will sell tickets to Birming Â¬ Luscher for a saloon license and with missed settled Same vs B B Gwin c judgment ville as they may select From Shrevoport Vioksburg and ham Alabama and return at one it a remonstrance by the citizens of Tho Walter A Wood Mowing R by default for 4571 and interest Jackson another through sleeping the neighborhood On motion of Mr M Co vs O B Haydon judgment Same vs B F Sharp c judgment car lino comes to join and become a faro for the round trip account of the Confederate Re union part of the magnificent vestibuled Furr it was returned to the commit by default for 44 and interest by default for 4 and interest through trains which passing through too with instructions to make an in- Â¬ O B Polsgrove vs Thomas Brewer Tho Kentucky Midland J O Nool vs J W Wilson con- Birmingham and the famous Wills vestigation of tho complaints c continued Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat Â¬ Will sell round trip tiekets for the tinued Mr Watson presented a communi- Â¬ Alex Scott vs Fred Fischer dis- Â¬ Same vs W D Winerato judgment tanooga by the train from Jackson- Â¬ occasions named bolow at one and ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan- one third fare for tho round trip cation from Mr W H Murray Sec- Â¬ missed without perjudico by default for 7065 and interest ta Georgia over the E T V Ga Juno 30th to tho Knights of Honoi Im- Â¬ retary of tho Kentucky River Co vs W B Ry and proceeds north over the celebration at Louisville tickets good F H Lawson John Anderson vs Sallie Roach provement Committee in regard to judgment by default for 5 and in- Morgan judgment by dofault for beautiful Cincinnati Southern to rrturn until July 3d through the grandest natural scenery the sum necessary to complete the terest To celebration of St Johns Day at 1770 and interest and most attractive historical coun- Â¬ Louisville June 24th tiokets good for locks and dams to Beatty ville A res- Â¬ Miss Lucy Pattie vs D F Boyd Â¬ Willis Williams vs Tho Ky Pack try in olution was adopted directing the judgment by default and order for et and Tow Boat Co judgment by anotherthe world to Oakdale where return until Juno 25th 7th magnificent Pullman car is June 27th to July inclusive clerk to send a copy to the President J C McOhesney guarnishee to pay default recieved coming from the Riohmond to Kentuoky Chautauqua at Lexing Â¬ Secretary of War and to each of our into court 32 ton Day Haff vs D B Waloutt judg Â¬ and0Danville system from Charleston No tickets good to return July 8tn S through Columbia S 0 the half fare for children oh these Congressmen and Senators Henry Wright vs Daniel Edwards ment by default for 5606 and inter- Â¬ beautiful French Broad country and rates The following licenses wero fixed Ashville N 0 and Knoxville TenO D Beboaw G P A c W A Gaines Co garnishee re- Â¬ est W D Butcher 10 fdr groceries sponded and paid into court 1960 Lucas vs J O Penn c nessee Price The time to Ohicago is made so as Black Hughes 70 for selling coal amount in their hands continued Ono and a Third Faro judgment by default to afford the most convenient hours Hursey 10 for carriage Hannen vs Lee Oardweil dis Â¬ Co vs for departures from the principal R J Oonway The Continental Insurance Tho Kentucky Midland Railway and buggy shop will Bell tiokets to Danville Ky and G W Guthrie c judgment by de Â¬ cities and arrivals in Ohicago missed without prejudice Mr J E Miles presented a resolu- Â¬ Passengers can purchase tickets return from all points on its line at RobtParks vs The Central Ky Co fault for 24 and interest good over one line north of the river 1 for tho round trip certificate tion authorizing the bridge commit- Â¬ order setting aside former judgment Capital Gas E L Co vs Aaron and returning via another if they do Ian account of meeting of Colored tee to employ an engineer to examine Son Smith judgment by default sire a variable route without extra 8 ouncil Order of Good Samaritans Same vs Monroe Walker the plans specifications and details same order W D Hughes charge Or they can go via Cincin Â¬ June 27th to July 1st inclusive E Power vs H O now on file and to supervise tho con- Â¬ Henry Waters vs Eugene Irvine judgment by default for 3420 and in nati returning via Lbuisville or vice versa struction of the proposed bridge to dismissed settled terest Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ be under the control of the council Same vs Francis Robinson con- Â¬ duced rates Agents of Ohioago lino S E Steele vs Richard Bohannan to which he will make his reports judgment by default for 150 and in- tinued will on request assist in looking up from time to time It was adopted terest O J Walton vs J M Wakefield rooms or accomodation for visitors to the Fair unanimously c vs dismissed settled Jas F Haydon assignee Everything that an almost perfect l0UBH CURnLCTrwriMti wy jTfPB Â¬ Mr Watson withdrew his resolu- John T Johnson judgment by de Cabell Oonway vs Mrs L Weitzel system can devise to deserve the tion appropriating 200 for a Manual fault for 10 and interest raie and patronage of the travel Cures continued ng public has been provided Any Throat Consumption ConghfonCroup Sore Training Department to the city a Guarantee Sold by all DntRgists O R Crutcher Dr H B Iunes vs Neil Branbam of the agents of tho company named Co vs Thomas For a Lame Side Back 01 Cheit Bhllohs Porou school and offered instead a resolu- Lock continued dismissed settled below will cheerfully give all possi Plaster will give great natWfaclion 5 cent tion that two more names be added R K McOlure vs W H Dado c ble information and assistance R SHBLOMS V1TAUZER J M Wakefield vs J R Prentiss H Gdrrett New Orleans La to the school committee who are di- Â¬ dismissed settled I Mra T S Hawkins Chattanooga 1ennjBayH dismissed settled Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc- Â¬ ShUoWaVitaUzer SAVED MY LIFE rected to confer with the school Henry Weisiger vs W B Luckett Gregor Birmingham Ala E T consider itUielxAtremtCiv for adcbttitatedamUm I B E Talbut Vs James Carpenter estab- Â¬ continued For board on tho advisability of dismissed without prejudice Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D I ever tisedexcels Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Prloo75cts trouble it lishing a manual training school It Jno Harrod vs Geo Hall set vs O J Haydon Oozatt Junction City Ky or D G Geo L Hannen Edwards Cincinnati Ohio was adopted and Mr James N Miles aside mLOHSLCATARRH continued with alias and Mr Ohas EUwanger were added Same vs R L Wiley continued Jno T Wiley vs Jeff Woolfolk REMEDY to tho committee dismissed without prejudice The Empire Drill Co vs M S Dr Hales Household Ointment navo you Catarrh Trytblaltemody Itwlll City Engineer Bailey made a report relieve and Cure you Prloo 60 ots Tula ln Lewis Cox vs Jno Gallery con- Darnell c judgment by default lector for its successful treatment in furnished that he had fixed the grade of tho tinued at defendants cost R L Wiley vs J H Harrod c fa the finost remedy in the world free Bhllohs Remedies are sold by us on action Bidewalks on Wilkinson street from Ghitmer Sons vs O R Crutcher judgment by default for 100 and it absolutely cures catarrh It cures guarantee to give eatlaf Main to Mero street It was approv- Â¬ Neuralgia and Rheumatism Qsrcs For sale by W McKee Hardie Co dismissed without prejudice interest Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum HALLS OLD STAND Jan 28 ly ed Wm McCloy vs J T Dailey judg Â¬ R B Jillson vs Tho Ky River hi the moat southing manner Cures council adjourned until next ment for defendant The Packet and Tow Boat Company inflamed and Granulated Eyelids THE Tuesday night at 730 oclock Can bo T J Arnett vs The Adams Express judgment by default for 3023 and in- Â¬ Ouree CoUjhs and Colds internally A positive specific taken Co continued terest for Pneumonia Cuts How To Turn in An Alarm of Parks Sower Ahler vs same judgment Chilblains Sores of Bruises Burns W L Jott Receiver long standing BENTCorns and Bunions are cured quickly Hotel Co vs W B Jenkins con- Â¬ by default for 7036 and interest We are informed that many people tinued different from aH else superior to all R S Dinklevs B F McDaniel who hold keys to the fire alarm has a equal 50c boxes M W Brock vs Peter Ohisholm c judgment by default for 50 and olae itsize cheapest 25 andat Oabfijn Largo Sold boxes have never taken tho trouble dismissed without prejudice interest 8 ters drug store o to inform themselves how to send in J F Sheets vs Jno Darnell judg C O Lewis vs Jake Harper judg Â¬ Tho an alarm after the box is open Shortsightedness ment by default for 65 and interest ment by default for 12 and interest u iliWvEM3- - If directions are given plainly in raised Woodford Hughes vs Taylor ColR L Wiley vs G N Tyler c letters on tho inside of the outer judgment by default To waste your money on vile dirty lins dismissed settled Pull the lovor down and svalurv mixtures compounded by in Â¬ door viz James Tichner vs James Scabbord GL Hannen vs Rico Oliver dis Â¬ experienced persons when you have letit go but as most of tho alarms dismissed Bottled missed settled tho opportunity of testing Ottos are turned in at night when tho di- Â¬ O M Jones vs James Tichner adThe Capital Gas and Eiectrio Light Cure free of charge Why will you rections cannot be read some delay continue to irritate your throat and LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE ministrator judgment for defendant Co vs Sam Shea continued lungs with that terrible hacking is caused by the ignorance of the O D Mansfield vs Grant Green vs D O Thomp Â¬ Wm N Haydon cough when Chapman Williams Bottom and sides one continu Â¬ key holder We are informed that son dismissed settled will furnish you a free sample bottle jr c filed away with leave ous Piece of Lumber when a fire occurred in South Frank- Â¬ Mastin Bros vs J O Peden con Sam D Johnson vs Jno B Meek of this great guaranteed remedy Material White Ash Wood some time ago a man who held fort Hold a bottle of Ottos Oure to the dismissed without prejudioe tined with alias light and observe ita beautiful golden Inside Castings Well Galvanized a key opened an alarm box and J N Blakemore vs Aaron Smith color and thick heavy Byrup Lar Â¬ Bhouted into it as if it were a tele- Â¬ Grave Mistakes gest packages and purest goods filed away ButterHade in Minutes phone Hello theres a fire up hore Large bottle 50c 45 Dr J H Sullivan vs J B Canter mis Â¬ Now if you hold a key at No Physicians frequently make dismissed without prejudice Disease Cheap Flowers AOENTS WANTED in every town takes in treatment of Heart dally and dont know what to do when you Sinplo ohurne sold In localities whore ln Dr Ourran Pope vs Grant Green The rate of sudden deaths is we have no agents at open the box remember to pull the price by default for 35 and oroasiug Hundreds become victims Partieswishing cheap roses can buy to Introduce them Bond wholesalePrTee Iut Jar GlnnUr little lover which protrudes through jr judgment physic ans in the them at E Powers green house 20 of tho ignoranoo of itf BROWN CO the inside door of the box down and interest P Polk of this disease One in M L treatment diseased heart Shortness for 100 He is selling rosebuds of Bros vs Ohas all kinds except American Beauties four has a WAPAKONETA O let it go and tho work is done Smith judgment by default for 2304 of breath palpitation and fluttering at 75 cents per dozen YOU SAXB rnr 38 tf irregular pulse choking sensation Â¬ and interest or tender Wm V RIGHT All Along the Lino T J Congleton vs M F Feather asthmatio breathing pain arm weak I Lost On Tursday night Juno 15th ness in side shoulder or ston dismissed settled East Main St hungry spells are symptoms of Heart on Second street between Bridge Is heard praise of Dri Hales House Dr Miles nW Heart Cure and Shelby a tan sllppor which the L S Roborts vs D TVL Woodson Disease Mrs I S Jacobs hold Ointment Frankfort Ky only reliable remedy Thous of Farmineton Maine writes that administrator c dismissed settled is tho testify to its wondetful curee finder will pleaso leave at this office 42 lt and reoieve reward ands The only patent churn which she suffered iive years with varicose 6 Same vs Same same order Books free Sold by J W Gayle veins and two running sores on her will bear a guarantee dis Lewis Dent vs Leslie Miller leg and was completely cured by its For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ Juue JiSm Buoklens Arnica Salve use D S Pillery Salisbury Vt missed settled use trtfll IX QUAITITT Tho best salve ia tho world for or D L Haly vs Mrs Nora Ragan We cannot live without it writes MKUteAHfT Sores Ulcers Salt it relieves my sister of asthma ai judgment by default for 32 and in Outs Bruises Sores Tetter Ohappod BROWNS IRON BITTERS Rheum Fever once it cures a burn or a hurt of any terest Hands Chilblains Coras and all Under date kind almost instantly Cheap Bates on tho L N Lewis Dent vs James Clay judg Â¬ Skin Eruption ad positively oures 30 1802 R H Simpson Le of May Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ Rby N Y writes 1 used Hales ment by default for 13 and interest ThoLN R R will sell round anteed to give sathtfection or money Ointment for rheumatism three H R Williams vs G W Craddock refunded Price 26 cents per box trip tlokots to Springfield Ohio at years ago and have not been troubled ono ana one tnira iare Juno iu ana For since It is the finest ointment in judgment by default for 2798 and 8 ly sale by Phil Oabpkntkb 20 good roturning until June 23 on CREAH the world for general nse 25c and interest account of Fifth General Epworth o box For sale by P H Oak Co Assignee Sawyer Wallace ddcer New House Fob Sale I offer for League Convention 4 SPBNTBR vs B F Heaton judgment by de- Â¬ sale my now house which is just A Gbeat Tbeat to People Going completed on Holmes street to Wobldb Faib Tho L N Rail Â¬ Wanted A live man to represent fault for 2791 and interest YEARS FOR 39 lt J B Hamilton W 0 Marshall vs Geo E Frazior road will sell round trip tlokots to us in this oity Previous experionoe Â¬ Ohicago via Louisville going any Has led all Worm Remedto not necessary to the right man Ad c judgment by dofault 1870 and Fob Rent My house in South route and returning via Cincinnati I dress EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED interest PlymoutiiRook Pants Co Frankfort Possession given imme Â¬ any routo Also going via Cincinnati SOLD EVERYWHERE Goo J Hall vs Jno Harrod con Â¬ diately Guy Babbett any route returning via Louisville tnyndij WCH1KS80JTATWBBM C0 WLMM 349 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 34 tf tinued oc any route going via Louisville any Juno lo MMBnaaMwnHMHaMiw 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ route roturning via Louisville samo or any other route good via Cincin nati any route and returning a Cincinnati same or any other rouf a or will sell tlokots any way a person ohoosos It is tho shortest quiokest and has the best accomodations of Â¬ KhilohII Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Si U1 - Â¬ Â¬ 3to10 Â¬ Â¬ ble Indigestion Â¬ I WORMS WHITES 20 VERMIFUGE IV L te r 1 iiiiijtfif iiWililk tr miBihYfml niiilrtiftiili Yt i M TfttiT tut fir i i m Let us furnish you nice a k I vBBSST If not one of this style we carry MOST EVERY KIND YOUD WANT S VEHICLE s WE HAVE THEM IN ALL In vH 0- - JLi mbmJ mmVmmm s V v1 t BEST AXLE OILS V rSI yv fv1 y BEST MACHINE OIL One right here in Frankfort where you can go through the shops and see You want a 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 qualitv of our Vehicles and Harness compared to the factory work heretofore sold here Come to us for DEERING ONE GOOD STEAM THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE CHEAP BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE - M THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND HARNESS INCORPORATED WORKS 1 rl THE SILVER QUESTION IS SETTLED X y-- I can i demonstrate the fact that the above question can be settled to your entire satisfaction give inducements to stimulate trade My plan is to i i - fi IVIi l This advertisement cut out and brought to my establishment will be accepted for 25c on the purchase of 1 or over Eemember this and save it I guarantee prices and quality of goods Ff i W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER powers on a FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT1 stantiation of his her marriage patient lived who previous to FRANKFORT JUNE 24 1893 Beduoed Bates trip tickets to points named below at one and one third fares To celebration of St Johns Day at Louisville Juno 23d and for trains arriving morning of the 24th tickets good to return until June 25th to Kentuoky Chautauqua at Lexington June 27th to July 7th inclusive good to return ing until July 8th to Knights of at Louisville Honor celebration June 29th and trains arriving at Louisville morning of 30th return limited to July 3d Â¬ Â¬ W i v L N TIME TABLE 1b Tlie following time table N road effeot npon the L TBAINB WEST now in I i No28leaveBFrnnkfort Ho 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort Ho 19 leaves Frankfort TBAIKBKABX 986 a m 306 p m 785 p no leaves Frank Â¬ 600 a m 1016 a m 443 p m 685 p m 650 am No 80 mixed train fort NoiaieaveB Frankfort for passengers Ohristiansborg Lexington and poiuts beyond Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Oinolnnati Nos 23 and 21 connect at Anohorage for Bloomfleld Branch H B Loobdon Agent No 20 leaveB Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort 865 No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anohorage pm in this city He is a Spiritualist in belief and he is a Arm believer in the ever He has present being of spirit life a patient now Mrs Fanny Stanton of Frankfort Ky daughter of a named Kentuokian aines who is the newly appointed head of a division at Washington Mrs under Secretary Carlisle Stanton says she waspronounced a paralytic six months ago by eminent physicians but that soon after she placed herself under Dr Bobbins care she began to improve until she has almost completely recovered and is able to move without assistance She says that the only treatment pursued was the massage magnetic movement and that no medicine of any kind was used She also is a Spiritualist The L N Bailroad will sell round DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies pnZPARKDSYTnX OF C1NCINNAT 10 will be at the Rentncty Veterinary MeiUcine MT Co i STEELING KY 1 IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday July 22 1893 August 12 1893 April 2 1893 v July 1 1893 KENTUCKY YETERJMARY HED1CIHE In hosiery we can surpass any house in the city in low prices 39 tf tf - S Harris Saddles from from 5 to 60 37 3 to 25 Harness Mastin Bros HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca pperatloii and with little or no pain REEERENCE3 W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M tiober Frankfort Ky J T Stnten Frankfort Ky V Berberlcli Frankfort Ky Rev L P llulett Benson Ky iwvy is TRADE MARK and for Completely Uprooted there are which merely relieve without uprooting disease The contrast with sterling medicines which such palliatives afford not only enchunces theldlgnlty of the former but serveato empbaslethefolly of em ploying hnlf way measures when thorough ones are avulluble A marked Instance of this Is the effect on the one hand of liostetters Stomach Hitter In cased of cllls and fever and bilious remittent and on the other of ordinary remedies In maladies of this type By the Btttors malarial complaints in eve y stupe nnd of the most malig Â¬ nant type ore completely conquered uud lose They are rarely If their hold upon the synten ever dislodged by the ordinary resources oi medicine although their symptoms may un- Â¬ questionably be mitigated through such nieuiu The same holds good of Indigestion biliousness kidney comulalnt rheumatism nervousness and debility By the Bitters they are cured when many remedies ran How many remedies m ANTI03TINE for Splints Curbs Spavins 4e colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza Distemper etc Ueel nnd Gall Ointment Blistering Ointment Eye Lotions Frankfort Ky Physic Balls Skin Lotion AU McCluret Frankfort Ky Wart Remedy V J hughes Worm Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ Moore Benson Ky David ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing Jas M Wltbrow Fronkfott Ky Cough Mixture Alterative Mineral Fluid Tonic and Condition Powders DRKELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati und where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR-Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode ot treatment sent tree to any one W I KELLEY M D DRUGGIST 206 ST CLAIlt STREET HALLS by addressing OLD STAND 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE W McKee Hardie w W Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky -- atmummuiiintiwiintiuuitiiiiuitinutiJitjniMiimin HYPNOTISM AND SPIBIT TJAU8M Dr Bobbins of Cincinnati Ac Â¬ cused of Assaulting a Patient and Mrs Fanny Gaines Stanton a Witness to DiBprovo the Charge The Gommercial Gazett of Cin Â¬ cinnati on last Saturday published a long article about the arrest of Dr A J O Bobbins of that oity who was charged by Mrs Pohlmeyer with assault and battery committed on her as alleged while she was undergoing treatment at his hands She says for iohronic neuralgia that he told her that the only way in whioh to oure her ailment was by driving the evil spirits out of her body and allow the good spirits to take possession She alleges that ho took some kind of a dark oolored ointment or liquid whioh he rubbed From on her brow with hlB hands that time she says she had only a dim and indistlnot idea of what oo ourrod and she only know that ho hjid completo oontrol of her mind FeblMm m 0 SEWING ROYAL 1 MACHINE take arxzE- - 4lliJllimHlJIUIIIStlIIIUUIIlIltUIUWllUUUlttlK5MH MONON ROUTE all I Worth Knowimg Many thousand haweifcwt a friend ia Aunt FaMyasaithB torcr If yon kavo sever wed this SDColfio far the TtrvmKKmsc naktf - It- IB Utt T jrnfJpu auowr wyww i 5 YEARS OKT3 Both the method and results when Syrup of JTigs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to tlio taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys The Direct and Popular Line to efe -- KKTJOY 1 mtTW jutioMMrnam uoauveaess xiumpi Sxhftuatron Nervous ProfltraHiw1 SleopkfleefffMMiall JseafariBtBR from dexanwweBfe of tbe efcuaaftiV liver aad kMaoyi we wovki Ik pleased to give yen a package f this rroac nerve taste rroe oc oasrge CHAPMAN A WnxiAua 45 Needing a tonic or children who want build Inir iin nhnuld take WKHIUON BITTERS It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigettlon Blllousniu Liver ComphUnts and NcurulK- - Â¬ Â¬ IVDXE3 tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Â¬ CHICAGO HHH1HH And all Points NORTH and WEST lllUllilllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllliUIIUIIllU Millinery popular remedy known and 1 bottles by nil leading drug Â¬ Any reliable druggist who gists Â¬ may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who eyes blinding wishes to try it Do not accept any liquor penetrated her substitute her for the time being The doctor emphatically denied Buys a No 1 or 2 Bamblor with CALIFORNIA Fl SYRUP CO 8AN FRANCISCO CAL the oharge and the artiole closed non slipping oorrugatod tiros fully new vork ny Louiaviut ttr with the following paragraph in sub warranted Boberts agent dur second stook of millinery hus just arrived and if you want bargains call at once and you will find the best and oheapbst millinery in Franks HAimis ShesayashooouldaiQt4peakndthe fort at lias a Sclf throading Shuttle Has No Equal In Construction Hm a Moohanlcal Appoaraaee lias an Elegant Finish Has a Fexreot Adjustment lias a Positive Take up TYaaRtvllal PViniltllM m g has cuoro uoo oowioe uubuum uu a Larger Range or General Work a does any powing jw acoina m turn rtvMtn Hum ExmlM THE MYAL fop msU if xowtuceiajuiytuwtH buynoiUwr ROYAL Arm nunlAreo High Needle Has a SoU aettlne Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address i B L Bryant G P A W Crush D Pi L LOUISVILLE KY OR- SM CO RtdrfNillL 1 111 lllllllllUtnitlllillUlllllltlllllllllllllifWl Jas Barker G P A Chicago Jl j 1 -- wrwsivTa nTj rn f wt i I i I 8 mmrafflffsgartiir a a h i JOHM T iii Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Fans Fly Traps Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices JNo trouble to show goods 9 v Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers 9 Mason Jars s rjtiTWHjtn iff iiiiiviwiMrrTWgMciEjggfigngi JBB TT c JEST SB MHMM QH9C8WCraiISSHKSSa TffMWWWtMfflPI1 Religious Evening Services The Sunday evening services at the various Churches have been changed from 730 to 800 oclock chell of Georgetown will conduct the public worship at the Baptist Church in this city to inorrow Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor has gone to Brook- Â¬ lyn N Y to supply the Strong Place Baptist Church Sunday school at 030 a m in the chapel Baptist Church Prof S 0 IIit 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 the oclock as usual The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the lecture room at 720 Darsie pulpit to morrow at 11 and Christian Church Rev occupy the pastor will 8 George at 11 oclock and at J McOlusky Blayney D occupy his pulpit to morrow First Presbyterian Church D 800 p m will morning as Rev 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 Rev W G Neville the 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¬ Southern Presbyterian Church pastor will B and every one cordially invited Episcopal Church The Rt Rev O O Penick D D will preach a sermon in the Church of the Ascension to morrow morning on work among the colored people and in the evening he will preach on the work of the St Andrews Brotherhood Seats free Â¬ Â¬ Ei br services at the Church of the GoodÂ¬ Shepherd to morrow will bo 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 QlOO Catholic Church The usual the finest game ever played in Frank- Â¬ fort Both McFarland and Ruth had the opposing batBmen at their mercy A Fine Game With Lexington but from the second inning to the close of the game not a run being scored for the Finest With the Rudolph twelve innings and it became neces Â¬ Bauors sary to call it a draw at the end of the fourteenth inning to enable the O visitors to return home on the O Frankforts 6 Lexingtons 4 One of the finest games of ball ever train All the runs were made in the sec- Â¬ played at Lake Park tookplace Mon- Â¬ day afternoon when the Lexington ond inning those of the home boys and Frankfort Clubs crossod bats It by Capt Wicks Lindsey and H M was essentially a battle of the pitch- Â¬ McFarland who reached the bases on ers both McFarland and Conover errors and scored on sacrifices by being in fine trim and had the batters Hale and N Lindsey and those of at their mercy McFarland struck the visitors by McDonald and Cavan out the Lexingtons in one two three augh who made hits and scored two order in two innings and made one earned runs on Mitchells hit Fine plays abounded on both sides of their heaviest batters fan the air as the error column will show and every one of five times that he faced him Roxy Davis the old reliable individual mention would include back stop gave him splendid sup- Â¬ nearly every man in both teams port both players watching the bases Only three errors in fourteen innings 80 closely that not a one was stolen with the score a tie from beginning to end and the excitement at fever by Lexington Henry Lindsey held down first heat is a record that would do oredit biise splendidly and Sherley Win to professionals and of which the tersmith played short in his usual boys are justly proud The visitors made six errors but as fine style and got in a base hit and a Ruth struck out but one of the homo Lindsey two bagger on Conover Â¬ Hale had a picnic in center field as team and McFarland nine of the visthe Lexington batsmen sent him nu itors the fielding was pretty nearlyÂ¬ merous flies and he accepted six out equal More hits were made off Mc of seven chances Ho also did good Farland than off Ruth but with the exception of the second inning they stick work The Lexington boys are a tine lot of were so scattered as to prove useless gentlemanly youngfellows and strong Both pitchers were remarkably batters but could not do much with steady each giving only one base on McFarlands delivery until the sixth balls Ruth sent two men to bases inning when all of their scores were by hitting them and McFarland none The score made Conover was the same effect- Â¬ season securing a Frankfort ive twirler of last ab it Id sh po a e 0 0 0 0 15 0 1 record of 15 strike outs to McFa- Lindsey U lb 6 0 2 0 8 4 0 WlntersmUh ss support Davis c 5 rlands 10 and was given fine 0 0 1 10 4 0 6 0 2 0 0 2 0 Jeff McFailandV A3bD p by Lou Brown his catcher 6 2 4 1 Lindsey 6 0 Brown was as lively as ever at second McFarland H rf 10 Hilo cf LlmUey N 2b but made two errors 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 The attendance was very fair and Hunt If 48 2 1 4 42 19 1 the crowd a good humored one there Totals being much less guying of players Rudolph baukrs ah it In sn ro a e 6 0 1 0 0 10 0 Ruth p than usual Forcht Lc 10 6 Seigellb Following is the score 01027 0 1 BASE BALL WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE 1 SAPOL Ase Quickly Married July2 ly L B Try 11 In Tous SText House Cleaning W A MARSHALL GAINES - L leal B MARS HALL CO Estate and I nsurance OFFICE Ms it a Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times 236 MAIN STEEET FOR SALE COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 50 by 160 feet on Shor- - street bouth Side To a desirable party with u small umouijt of cash coulU urrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR SALE miles from Kranktort ta -d 9 W A FRAME A GARDEN loaned oim FARM OF 12V2 ACRES WELL good turnpike road 3 FOR SALE Prices J650 750 uud 650 or 82000 cash for all three This property would make a pood Invest Â¬ ment us it rents well und Is now paying 19 per mouth Three desirable parties who can make u small cash payment can arrange topaytne balance In weekly Installments COTTAG S THREE located und ON THE SOUTH BIDE ift good neighborhood Forks of Elkhorn consist Â¬ frame fence or eight ing of t two nnd rooms u irnme cottue of six rooms cen- Â¬ This property is severul vacant lots trally located and is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property Elkhorn WE property at the Forks ofresl story OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WARREN w t l i 1 Â¬ BUILDING LOTS have just been completed on a part of this rty and wo have one more lot 5j by 200 feet which we will sell ut a buigaln to some desirable party who will build immediately SITES PllICiD IiOR to call ppicml attention to the Bar Â¬ Two new residences rett lots on Holmes street prop- MEDIUM- - jir WE J 5001451 5 7 110110 4001000 BUILDING FOR SALE GARDEN FARM OF FIVE ACRES WITH residence of five rooms and other Improve Â¬ ments at Thorn Hill This property will be sold tf i a k -- A at a bargain Lindsey IL lb WlntersmUh ss McFHrlutid Davis c A FnANKFOKT L 2b AB 6 5 8 4 4 4 It lU BU 1 2 Reward 100 R 0 0 The readers of the Roundabout C 7 7 be pleased to learn that 37 4 Totals 127 there iB at least one dreaded disease Lexington ah it lii air ro A e that science hasbeen able to euro inall Brown 6 0 0 15 0 1 c 1 its stages aud that is Catarrh Halls Wallace if 1 4 0 0 0 2 1 4 1 0 6 1 1 Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure Boswell ss lb 1 4 1 0 2 0 2 Perry now known to the medical fraternity Scott rf 1 4 2 0 0 0 1 dis Â¬ Conover p 1 Catarrh being a constitutional 1 1 1 4 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 ease requires a constitutional treat- - Bfeckeurldge 8b- 4 0 1 0 2 4 1 ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Brown J 2b 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 internally acting directly upon the Swllt cf 37 4 7 1 27 0 10 muoous surfaces of the Totals blood and llKIIIMMIyllWI system thereby destroying the foun1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 T of the disease and giving the Innings dation building up the Frankfort 0 0 01 0 8 0 2 patient strength by 4 0 constitution and assisting nature in Lexington proprietors The doing its work havesomuoh faith in its curative Earned Runs Lexington 3 Two Base HltsT 8cott WlntersmUh that they offer One Hundred lollarsfor any case that it falls to Left on Bases Lexington 6 Frankfort 2 Bases ou Balls By Conover 1 cure Send for list of testimonials P J CHEENEY CO Stolen Bases Ilale II Lindsey Davis Toledo O Struck Out By Conover 15 by McFarland 10 2 Umpires Mr Blcbardson of Frankfort and Sold by druggists 75c MaFurland A D p McFarland II M M Lindsey N 3b Rule Hunt rf d will 4111011 j020600 j J 0 0 1 10 1 0 1 FO 0 9 1 A E 0 1 0 0 0 3 2 1 Cavanaugn 3b i Mitchell If cf 0 Montz 1 McDonuld ss 0 10 u 1 Miller 0 Zahner rf 2b 60003 12 13 1112 40101037 6 6 6 0 1 F0RRENT ROOMS COTTAGE Conway A FRAME street no are OF SEViNproperty isON In South Side This uulhorlzed to rent It at goid rejjair 15 Ml 1 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 8 2 0 0 0 2 1 FOR SALE two story framo resHenen of six rooms on Shelby ptreet betwpen Cross and Campbell South Side This pronerty I well located and would mnko a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet 0 0 1 and per month l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals INNINGS 49 2 1 2 TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE rooms Mich on North St Claslrsrreetandnne 3 42 27 c T HIGHYIEW WE rooms onUlghvlew fortalrt This prop Â¬ erty hus a lot 112 by 162 feet and would make a very desirable home HAVE A DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE i M H J n M 4 4 rt 1 2 8 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 Frankfort HurtBauers 020000000 020000000 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 00 1 I Â¬ II IIIIIIMII 00040000 06 Earned Runs Rudolph Bauers 2 Two Base Hits Montz Stolon Bises A D McFarland 2 H Lindsey 3 H McFarland lHale lRuth 1 Montz 2 Miller 1 Zahner 1 Double Plays Davis and WlntersmUh 2 McÂ¬ Donald Zahnor and Selgel 1 Hiisus oi Balis Off McFarland 1 oft Ruth 1 Hit by Pitcher W Lindsey N Lindsey Struck Out By Ruth 1 by McFarland 0 Passed Balls Davis 2j Forcht 2 Time of Game 2 hours and 30 minutes Umpire Mr Richardson Scorer Albert McClure FOR RENT ROOMS A BRICK RFSIDENCE OF SIXMay 1st Broadway Possession given ON a 100 BTJILDINGI0TS OFFER FOR WE building lots SALE oiti KM I hundred dollars each A NIMBER OF Wilkinson street at one v4J L B MARSHALL GO AT The Frankforts went to Lexington yesterday to play a return gamo and the LoxingtonB will play here again next weok Mr D W Lindsey jr returned home from Princeton College Mon- Â¬ day evening and has taken his old place in the club He is in fine trim having played a great deal this sea Â¬ son with his college nine most of the time behind the bat Billions Yitallzer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Livor Yellow TABLERSPIIC ams BUCKEYEJLlLC Liquor Merchant A JOHN DRISdOLl Ctentle and suitable for family use For Sale A good rockawaw horse Mr King of Lexington Time of Game Two hours and elgnt minutes J N Miles Frankfort 2 Rudolph Bauer 2 full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf OINTMENT and 15 years Bauer On Thursday the Rudolph Club of Louisville which claims to Aot on a new prinoiplo regulating be and probably is the champion the liver stomaoh and bowels though amateur team of that city came up the nerves A new discovery Dr gamo with the homo Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness Â¬ for their second constipa olub they having defeated our boys bad taste torpid liver piles tion Splendid for men women and in a gamo weok before laBt This children Smallest mildest surest contest proved evon superior to that 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at WGaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly of Monday and was beyond a doubt CUBES HOTWNQIUT PILES A SURE i 1 Miles Nerve and Liver Pills opposite State House W J CHINH TQELtSMT JLT JR J JLW Of- Â¬ as the BEST known for REMEDY FOR PILES BTLCOTI FM4bjBClUBDE0TATLOBKBI CO CERTAIN CURE 3 Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 75o Sold by W MoKoo Hardie 22 Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Cus tom House J Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office T ij iMjHBHHBlufiHHBBBsHuj SJHSjSJSBjBkjbHIbSSSSjBSJBSJWJSJ 4 9 i mrn yjj3Ljssgr c t 3 -- A xw you to CiSk TRT ISa9 JKwSB nJHbmll e want to talk to you about our big stock of us sn VI K3 wLXXi JLXXfcX IW C3 OOOS They are just the kindof goods y ou will need and e want to sell them to you We are so well fixed that we are proud of our big stock and gratified at It must be the right ldnd the way the people are buying it We would like oi stun because it sells task to show you our i Thin Coats A Tests Straw Hats Summer Underwear Ready Made Clothing Jtv pv Tailoring Colored Shirts Ji Vj II HudsonHumphriesCassell THE BANQUET THE CAPITAL NAILED DOWN K Men Hon Win Lindsay U S Sen Â¬ plete the Kentucky river to Beatty ator from Kentucky Hon How do We Pass a Bill Harvey K Hay of Boyle county Where Is My Wandering Boy To Night Hon Jerry South of Ar Â¬ kansas My Foot is on My Native Heath Hon and My Name is McGregor Thos S Pettit of Daviess county The Purchase Senator Henry George of Hickman county Final Adjournment Senator J W Downer of Christian county A General Parting Crack at Creation Senator John P Newman of Covington The banquet was pronounced per fecb by all who were present and when a few minutes before 2 oclock yesterday morning the large com panydispersed there was but one ex pression ot opinion and that was that Frankfort being a capital place was the proper place for the Capital Â¬ THURSDAY EVENING With Speeches and a Royal Spread The citizens of Frankfort celebrated their viotory in securing the permanent location of the seat of government in this oity with a grand banquet at the Capital Hotel on Thurs day night to which the members of the Legislature and other friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k kS- r - m re i isaV ft 41 ii were invited The committee having the matter in oharge made every arrangement to render the affair a success and called to their assistance the ladies whose fair hands decorated the large dining room with bunting evergreens and potted plants and the tables with flowers and fern leaves Covers were m laid for two hundred and seventy THE KENTUCKY RIVER five persons nearly every seat at the long tables was filled and the Frank Â¬ fort Orchestra discoursed sweet mu Â¬ A Roaolution by tho Legislature Looking to the Early Comple- Â¬ sic while the guests partook of the tion of the Improvements feast The following was the to Navigation menu Consomme Mr Thomas S Petitt a native of Hhorry Tomatoes A Ln Mnyonnnise this city which is proud to acknowl- Â¬ SprltiK lamb with IetH Pol Clarrt edge him as her son introduced the Sliced Cucumbers following resolutions in the House on ltomau Puucb Spring Chicken With Champignons Saturday looking to tho completion Brain Fut tied Kusberrles of tho Kentuoky river improvements Assorted Cukes Individual Ices to navigation whioh is of more real Pommery sec aud 0 IL Murams Extra Dry Coffee value to the whole Ohio Valley than Cheese unU coffee Clgaru most any measure now that Congress 1792 1893 Evening June 22 93 could act upon with that end in Col E Folk Johnson presided as view toast master and discharged his du- Be it Resolved by the General Assem- Â¬ ties in elegant style The following bly of the Commonwealth of Ken- Â¬ tucky were the toasts 1 That tho President of tho United The Legislature of Kentuoky Responded to by Speaker V M Statos His Excellency Grover Cleve- Â¬ land is hereby earnestly requested to Moore direot tho Secretary of War to rec The Host of Kentuoky Legisla- Â¬ ommond the amount one million five ture Responded to by exGov J huudrod and twenty four thousand amount1 estimat- Â¬ dollars 1524000 Knott Proctor ed required for tho completion of exRe Â¬ isting projoot The Old Commonwealth the Kentuoky river sponse by Gov John Young Brown as is contained in Major Lookwoods The Ladies Thoy are not with us report on said river to the Soorotary Response of War to Congress convening De but aro Nob Forgobton combor 1803 In his roporc to that T T TT uy null uurry uiuuuru ui1 TT JJ body concerning River and Horbors uurum county 2 That our Sonators Messrs Black Â¬ burn and Lindsay are hereby in The Star Spangled Banner Hon A S Berry Congressman from structed to have incorporated in the River and Harbor bill of tho Congress the Sixth District convening in Decembor 1803 1624 Peace on Earth Good Will to 000 tho full amount estimated to com Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ville and that they appear before the River and Harbor Committee and urge the passage of the bill for the immediate completion of the Ken- Â¬ tuoky river with all their skill and ability 3 That each and every representative from this State in Congress are most earnestly requested to appear before the River and Harbor Com- Â¬ mittee and do all in their power to present Kentuckys claim to said committee in behalf of the immedi Â¬ ate Improvement of the Kentuoky river and urge the passage of the bill making the appropriation for said purpose By so doing they will render their State an invaluable service and be the means of opening up to market tho great wealth contained in the 10000 square miles of the Eas Â¬ tern coal fields or one fourth the area of their State that is now com Â¬ paratively dormant and Inaccessablef 4 Copies of these resolutions are to be sent to our Senators and the Ken Â¬ tuoky delttgation In Congress A matter of such vast importance to the material Interests of the State and at a time when the States wealth of coal and iron has been advertised at the Worlds Fair by a large appro- Â¬ priation there should be prompt and unanimous passage of tho resolutions in both houses of tho General Assem- Â¬ bly Â¬ CHEIS awn rw CHINES aM i ii mn -- DispLHY 5S OF s HANDSOME PATTERNS JLOT PRICES R ROGERS SON a Wednesday May 30th and 31st 50 trimmed Pattern Bonnets and Hats at remarkably low prices Sam D Johnson m Trimmed Bonnets and Hats We will put on sale Tuesday and Co nvnjLNUfi jH H Ior removing titump and Uocks M QRIPPITH S 500 cents Printed Dotted Swiss yards at 10J cents worth Sam D Johnson Co Mar 18 ly 30 Ginghams 1200 yds Ginghams lGj ots re- Â¬ duced from 25 cts 1500 yds Toile du Nord Ginghams 10 cts reduced from 12J cts 700 yds Good Apron Ginghams 5 ots reduced from 7J ots 38 W in a ir lor yuarry men and Well diggers SBIvTPLjB Alt LOUIgyiLLEjKY Mm r Al SVlcKEE HARDIE DRUC GIST KY tt m tf Sam D Johnson Co HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT s Fanoy Wool Dress Goods We have marked down all of our Fancy Wool Dross Goods Call and see thorn before the stook is broken Sam D Johnson Co MEDICINES C Parasols Umbrollas and Fans We have a largo and attractive stock at very low prices Sam D Johnson Co 38 And cordially ask our friends to give us a call tf W MKEE HARDIE Jan2My - L GAYIE vl T ji I 10 KM HKB1 s SWEEPING cz-iOmiisTa- REDUCTIONS SWEEPING REDUCTIONS -- I I7 FURNISHINGS AND HATS 3VflCiagtt have tlxe OAStJHr UNEQUALED NO SALE LIKE IT EY SR SUIT - SALE IN FRANKFORT Dollars gives you choice of our entire stock of Finest Business Suits Sacks and Cutaways finest Fancy Worsteds Serges Homespuns etc 20 and i 8 Suits take choice of These Suits represent the finest of ojur Spring all for 15 purchase and are as standard and reliable goods as are made in America Lower than July prices right now J fi Cents for good strong outing shirts all sizes Better grades 40c and 50c Cents Strong well made suspenders Better grades 25c 35c and 50c Cents for suits large lot of shirts and drawers were sold for gigo Cents Gauze Undershirts Cents Boys Shirt Waists Cents Boys Penang Shirt Waists 12 10 Dollars Worlds Fair Suits good enough suits in this line for any one to wear Beautifully trimmed stylish and well made were 1650 some as high as 18 00 take pick now for 12 to Dollars At this price you can take choice of all other Mens Business Suits in the house they have been put into one immense 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 4 Â¬ Better grades 50c up l I 1 Boys Hosiery y2 price to close Men and Boys Neckwear 25c 35c 50c and 75c HATS HATS HATS Mens Boys and Childrens Straws 10c 15c 25c 56c and 75c and E M II Pay your money and take your choice BIG VALUES to select from I Big stock TkEtSLSt OS Be Closed TARKS tt CillTPUflR BBEEasEsgranrararaa CTAMre 0 I Millie CRUTC 1 tire business which for thirty five years proved a lucrative investment Sketch of the Life of Mr James to them In 1869 be established the Saffell Who Died Monday at Cedar Eun distillery a mile from the oity on the Lawrenceburg turnpike Pour Soore Years of Age ACEOSS THE BIVER I LragJEZm2S32 WORLDS PAIR NOTES A Pew Pointers About Chicago iiS2X3S7tSMEmSSSi3Sto Mr James Saffell one of the oldest and best known men 111 this part of the State died Monday morning about six oclock He had been very active in business affairs until the past few years and seemed indued with a vigor which defied Bickness or death The loss of his wife eleven years ago and of the second or third fortune which he had accumulated during his lire began to make in- Â¬ roads upon his health and for more than two years past while ablo to attend to business duties he had arrived at that state of debility which forshadowed his approaching dissolution A few months ago to please his relatives he sat for his picture with his son James M his grandson Phythian and his great nothing now If I dont put my trust in Him in whom can I place it I be lieve in Him Mr Saffell had two sons and three daughters who lived to maturity and always found a ready and profita- - one daughter Fanny he wife of the ble sale for all the whisky he could late W T Samuel at one time Audi Â¬ manufacture tor of Public Accounts dying a few In 1876 he purchased and con Â¬ years before her mothers death and ducted the Valley Flour Mill located another daughter Ann Mary the on the corner of St Olair and Wra- wife of Mr John T Gray of Lyndon pping streets the site of which was Jefferson county dying about two Â¬ iullmnl1imrTr Small Parm for Sale AV m W granddaughter FrancesTaylor Saffell son-in-law and Sunday a week ago the family as usual gathered around him at the residence of his Judge W H Sneed with whom ho had been living for more than a year past to celebrate the occasion of the anniversary of his eightieth birthday Friday ho fell into asleep from which he did not awaken excepting to ask for a drink of water JAMES SAFFELL Mr Saffell was a native of Ander Â¬ son county a son of Joshua Saffell subsequently sold by him to the years ago The surviving children and Elizabeth Middleton His father United Stages for the present post are residents of this city Mr Jamos M Saffell being the postmaster Mr died when he was a child and though office and court building Win M Saffell the Superintendent the facilities for an education at that Though not a politician seeking early period were very small office at the hands of his party Mr of Cedar Run distillery and Agnes it became necessary to remove him Saffell was a staunch Republican tho wifo of Judge W H Snood from school and at the age of fifteen whose principles during the war The funeral took place Tuesday to apprentice him to a cabinet maker were severely tested He was an afternoon at four oelock at the resi Â¬ He acquired a fair elementary course honorable upright gentleman zeal Â¬ dence of Judge Sneed Revs J McO at sohool however which with his ous in his partys cause but tem Â¬ Blayney and E A Penlck conducting natural powers of mind and aptitude pered by his broad charities and ex-Â¬ the services The pall bearers were R P Pepper for business soon led him to success pansive views which commanded Thomas Rodman Sr Grant Green in live stock tho respect of all who know him and in trading In 1834 he married Miss Martha made him one of the most influential er Dr J S Collins Jno W Rodman Todd Hazelott daughter of William and highly esteemed citizens of the Jerome Woitzel sr G T Blaokley Fulton Hazelett of Franklin county oounty He was not a member of and Ohas E Half and continued to reside at Lawrence any church but had an abiding faith The body was interred In the come burg until about 1865 when he re in the moroy and love of tho Saviour tory of this oity moved to Frankfort whioh he emphasized in tho follow- Â¬ Our stook of vehloles was never so About 1830 ho bought an interest in ing terms several days before his points north eonth east and west stage line from Lexington to death when questioned by a minister largo All grades all prices Noth Â¬ the ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Childrens hats in all shades kinds 0 ForfMrthorlnformatlon applyE to their agents Louisville and Inter with Dr John of the gospol aB to whether or not ho Got our prloes before buying D BERGAW B WKITZKL and shapes at prloes to please all City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Art Witherspoon Anally purchased the en- - oould put his trust in Christ MAexjtf Bros 37 tf have av ii a uarrib OKOrB HARPER Gen Bupt W - Â¬ Â¬ A small farm of twenty acres well improved and two miles from this As a great many readers of the city on a good pike is offered for sale a bargain apply Roundabout will make their first at this office For terms c 29 at tf trip to Chicago during the Worlds Fair a few pointers regarding the geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ ciated In tho first place fix firmly in your mind that Lake Michigan forms the eastern boundary of the Suorteat and quickest between entire city and if you stand facing the lake with both Arms outstretched CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT the left hand will point to tho north and the right hand will point straight Only direct line between down tho tracks of tho Big Four route to the Worlds Fair buildings Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car situated at th6 southern end of the city Paste this in your hat and you lisle Haysrille Cynthiana Fal Â¬ have the key to tho entire situation Coming into Chicago on trains of the mouth and Mgion Big Four Route which io the only railroad having an entrance on the south side along the lake front where ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND all the hotels and boarding houses are located you will find yourself passing practically through the expo- Â¬ TtlflENS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME sition grounds and a magnificent pan- Â¬ oramic view of the fair is obtained TIME TABLE MAY 27 185J8 At tho Worlds Fair station of the Big Four route if you step off at the K UMlfMlfN0T7 right side you are at the entrance TRAINS E AST No 1 No 8 gate to the exposition and can begin doing the Fair at once if you step Lv Frankfort A 000 340 1246 off on the left side you will find your- Â¬ Lv Summit 606 346 1265 011 862 self in tho finest resident portion of Lv Elkhom 110 01b 400 125 Chicago and right in the midst of lv aivltzer Ground Lv Htanmlnif 682 411 145 the Worlds Fair notel and boarding Lv Duvnfl 039 418 155 Lv JohiiHon 644 424 house district The chances are ten Lv Georgetown 205 D 4 81 05 220 to one that you will be within a few Lv CS Depot 660 460 245 minutes walk of the yery plaoe you I v Newtown 709 602 805 718 510 20 have selected for your headquarters Lv Ccntrevlllo lv Kllzubetu 723 516 880 If you prefer to go down town ten Ar Paris 0 787 62li 840 minutes ride will bring you to the A MIFKUMIPM new Twelfth Street station in the TRAINS INQ 2 INo4 INQ8IN0ia of the oity Now bear in mind Lv Paris WEST U heart H2U 060 bio the manifest advantage of entering Ar Elizabeth 883 600 527 Chicago on the Big Four route In Ar Centervllle 688 001 463 Ar Newtown 847 612 44ft the first place you avoid entirely tjhe Ar O S Depot 42fi 900 680 bother and trouble of a tedious trans Ar Georgetown B 100 035 662 fer across tho oity which Is neces Â¬ Ar Johnson 1017 642 705 Ar Duvull sary via all other lines being landed Ar Stamping Ground 1023 648 716 10 80 655 785 directly at the exposition grounds Ar Switzer 104i 7 Qi 766 an advantage offered by no other Ar Elktiorn 1049 715 810 1060 721 820 lino and in tho second plaoe you can Ar Summit A 1105 730 880 so fix the geography of the oity in Ar Frankfort your mind that you will at once be- - A connects come as familiar with Ohloago as you B connects With L ft N and L 8 with Q 0 are with your own town 0 connects with K C Another point in favor of tho Effective May 27thand the Big Pour route is found in the faot following Sunday scheduleduringoe In summer tho will effect that if you enter Cincinnati on the SUNDAY TRAINS Queen Orescont route Louisville Eabt No Nashville R R Kentuoky Central Georgetown 5 leaves Frankfort 745 a m 840 arrives Paris 016 a in Ry Chesapeake Ohio Ry or Bal Â¬ a leaves Frankfort 840 patm Georgetown No 450 Ohio S W R R conneotion arrives at Paris 6 25 p m timore is made in Union depot avoiding the WK8T No 0 leaves Paris 980 n m George town disagreeable transfer neooBsary via leavesjumj uruvea uv rnuiKiori noou ml NO 4 p in Paris all other lines For full particulars i at Frankfort50 pm Georgetown 630 arrives 7 30 address Martin The Kentucky Midland General Passenger agent Oitfoinnatl tions form the shortest and Railway and connecÂ¬ cheapest route to all Kentucky Midland Ey im XT as t T i2 I 4 My m Vt d t - m sr V db JVf m JT