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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- PRANKFOBT EOFNDABOtJT GEO A 1 m LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 1 TERMS 100 In Advance NO 43 a YOL XVI FMNKFORT TCY RATTTRMY JULY 1898 p m RV ifio u II Us Mis EEj 3v t Pay the Price Vr- - Royal Baking t tj Sfer- Powder is shown by chemical tests absolutely pure and 27 per cent greater in strength than any other Many second class brands of baking powder are urged upon con sumers at the price of the 1 YOU WILL PROBABLY NEED A JLxjLTsKr2T luECTW OIE2 3 Ei S23I2I3SrSZI-IlNrG- - Wire Screen Doors JUL HOSE - Only the best is Cheap and only high grade goods are sold by first class Puf JK- - for Royal only t tl The Yellow Ribbon r Wi Royal These powders because of the inferior quality of their ingredients cost much less than the Royal besides being If they 27 per cent less strength are lorced upon you see that you are charged a correspondingly lower price for them of the Royal Hardware Merchant PGRAY I 2 Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anrf on LAWN MOWERS I si n Lead The Market 2 Incli CHMPIOIT 400 U 450 rn v X i She will wear the yellow ribbon Yet us well us blue and white Up beside man she Is coming Soon to vote for what Is right She has governed well nt hearth stones And theschiol her wits demand vSo she now aska for her franchise For the welfare of the laud flhe has shown In every content Where the ml nil direct an act That she U now mans equil Both In talent and In tact She knows her part and plays It W th such matchless skill and grace That her enlus now doth challenge Suffrage for her proper pi ice A PW 2 s The world has grown to need her Where before the mother riln ijid guiding hand of woman It Is but Wus Invasion of domain the wide extension Of her help and judgment wise Jn affairs vast and perplexing That the greatest mind now tries She can help to solve these problems On a rocking chair or throne 1or she works by intuition She has wisdom of terowu flj shell wear the yellow ribbon Yet us well as blue and white And men ere long beseech her Just to vote with them for right JENNIE C MORTON v THE CITY COUNCIL ft r V Mayors Message on the Street Eailway the Closing of Public Wells and Other Matters Considered The council met Tuesday night and all the members were present with the exception of Mr J N Miles The mayor transmitted a message relating to the extension of the street railway aa authorized by the various Amendments to the original ordi- Â¬ nance and stated that as the ordi Â¬ nance provides that the work shall be done under the supervision unci control of an engineer and in conform- Â¬ ity with instructions given by him and that the street railway oflloials say that they desire to begin work in a few days he would recommend that somo competent person who has had experience in the construction of railroads bo employed to supervise the work and that this matter be re ferred to the proper committee with authority to take such steps as will protoot the citys interests The message waB accordingly re ferred to the street committee The following potitions for a licenso were road and referred o the lioonso oommittoo Hartstoin Bros for a dry goods and notion store Mrs Nora Reagan for a grocery M H P Wil Â¬ liams jr for i llvory stable on Elk Â¬ Â¬ He Strangled man Hotel and 100 on his accounts postponed until and the matter was Mr Will Choate went over in Belle next meeting rebate point Thursday morning and in re- Â¬ A W Cromwell asked for a of 260 taxes on a lot on the South turning he walked up the river road Sido erroneously assessed and it was to a point opposite Messrs Ohoate Grahams mill He concluded that granted Mr Watson moved that the oity en- Â¬ rather than walk around by the St gineer examine the public wells at Olair street bridge he would swim Ho took off his outer Wapping and Washington and Sec- Â¬ the river ond and Shelby and report upon the clothing made a bundle of them and best method of closing them It was started across holding the bundle of clothes in one hand above the water adopted On motion ofJMr MoOlure the Oity When about the middle of the river Treasurer was directed to assess and he attempted to dhange the bundle collect the taxes on all property from one hand to the other and in which the assessor omitted to list this doing so swallowed a quantity of year water which strangled him and The mayor was requested to confer caused him to come near drowning with the superintendent of the Louis- Â¬ He managed to keep his head above ville Nashville Railroad in regard the water until one of the hands to the raising of the trestle at Broad Â¬ from the mill could get to him with way and Wilkinson streets a boat He was very much exhaust Â¬ The council then adjourned sub Â¬ ed when he reached the shore but ject to the call of the mayor in order recovered in a short time that prompt action be had on the St Olair Street Bridge report of En- Â¬ Central Kentucky Medical Asso- Â¬ ciation gineer Nelson who failed to appear at this meeting An association composed of the physicians of Anderson Franklin Last fall I was taken with a kind of summer complaint accompanied Henry Owen Scott Shelby and Soon Woodford counties has been or- Â¬ with a wonderful diarrhoea after my wifes sister who lives with ganized and will hold its next We used almost everything without meeting m this city on Friday next benefit Then I said let us try Cham- Â¬ July 7th All the doctors of the berlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea counties named are invited to attend Remedy which we did and that and they aro not already members if cured U3 right away I think much of it as it did for mo what it was are requested to unite with tho assorecommended to do John Hertzlor ciation The object of tho organiza- Â¬ Bethel Berks Co Pa 25 and 50 cent tion is the promotion of social inter- Â¬ bottles for sale by J W Gayle course and tho interchange of views 43 upon the various subjects coming undor the notice of the profession Elected Assistant Cashier Â¬ a- - 323 BEODW jfLT Street SCOTT BROWER FRAZEE H Main and Broadway Lexington Ky SPECIALTIE- SLawn Furniture Folding Beds Baby Carriages Brass Beds Iron Beds Mosquito Bars es - fl Curtain Stretchers Carpet Sweepers yj Large Assortment Strictly First class Goods Correct Prices Cotton and Hair Mattresses Feather Pillows and Window Shades made to order Old Furniture repaired and refinlshed by skilled workmen Mr Frank V Gray has been elected Assistant Cashier of the State Nation al Bank to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Mr Jacob Swi gort who became the cashier of the Fraukfort National Bank Mr Gray is a first class bank official and will perform the duties of the position faithfully Masonic Barbecue Â¬ grand Masonic barbacue will be given near Monterey Owen county on Tuesday next tho Fourth and all A BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE tho Masons of this city aro invited to It will be given by W G Simpson Lodge and tho funds raised will be devoted to Masonic purposes attend Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies JX v Whon Traveling Whether on ploasure bent or busi Â¬ ness take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas antly and effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and other forms of sick ness For Bale in 50c and 1 bottleB by all leading druggists Manu Â¬ factured by tho California Fig Syrup Co only Â¬ Â¬ Why Dont Yon Stop Those words are very familiar to our rondofs us not n day passes with on tho report of the suddou death of some prominent citizen The ex Â¬ planation isHeartDiBoases There Â¬ fore beware if you havo any of tho following symptoms Short Breath Puln in Sido Smothering Spells Swollen Ankloa Asthmatic Breath ing Weak and Hungry Spells Ton doinoBB in Shoulder or Arm Flutter ing of Heart or Irregular Puleo ThuBo symptoms mean heart disease The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles New Heart Cure which has Bavod thousands of lives Book of testimonials froe at J W Gayles whoalso sells the New Heart Cure 1 Â¬ Â¬ LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of a I If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything is new and at Rock Bottom Prices osrnsr C232 jSo and cte2f O OOHDS i 4a tm m H Ringold asked for a robato of 4500 on the assossmont of the Froo- - aro broken Many down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the system aids digestion removes excess of bllo ami cure malaria Got tho genuine Persons Browns Iron Bitters street RVHHInmHHKoBH v V rt I J f Grand Chance For a Home on Easy Terms KENTUCKY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION SIEjEI PEIOES IHXT PLOT rBEJXjOTXT ONE BLOCK FROM STREET RAILWAY OPPOSITE F M I 8 1 Jf V STREET a 16 15 a 9 so ar 3 25 200 2D 2V m t E I 11 1689 U 75 3 13 s 12 8 W 1ft 4 100 100 75 100 48 40 40 40 48 w 1 -3- 200 10 19076 t1 60 DO SO 5 60 4070 El P3 a House 5 on this lot Booms If i 500 2 S 4- - 3 5 s 8 M 3 9 8 a 400 200 200 240 500 1000 750 625 40 40 40 40 48 90 CO 50 50 E0 VERSAILLES CLAJHiI FOKTEEMSFAYETTE 43 4t TlffiNPlKE V L CLARK i HEWITT Manager OUST Â¬ Next door to State National Bank Secretary PERSONAL Miss Katie Branch is visiting in hi J Lexington Mr and Mrs W H Posey are at the Worlds Fair Chicago Mr and Mrs W LeSlie Collins went to the Worlds Fair Sunday Miss Kate Halloran has returned home from a trip to Bardstown Mr Frank Barret returned Mon- Â¬ day from school at Lawrenceville N Mrs S L Holmes and Mrs Wm Lindsay are home from a trip to New Miss Minnie Scott went to Harrods burg Monday to visit Miss Jennie York Prather Miss Alice Trabue returned home Saturday from a viBit to friends in t Louisville Miss Virgie Goins of Jetts Station is visiting Miss Nellie Egbert on the South Side Mr Will Todd Crutcher after a visit to relatives returned to Cincin Â¬ nati Monday Master Bland Pettit of Owensboro is visiting hiB father Hon Thos S Pettitt in this city Mr R K McOlure wife and chil- Â¬ dren Hattle and Richard returned Tuesday from Chicago Miss Lizzie Hodgos of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs J N Crutcher in Bellepoint Mrs Renick of Lexington and her daughter have been the gueatBof Mrs L C Norman this week Mrs E H Rankin has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs M J Brown in Oldham county Mr and Mrs D B Walcutt re turned Monday from a trip to Cin- Â¬ cinnati and Columbus Ohio Mrs Sam Sayreshas returned home from a visit to hpr daughter Mrs W H Gridor at Russellvillo Misses Margaret Loe and Agnes Mathews of New Albany Ind are the guests of Mrs E J Parker Mrs Ohas E Noonan and children went to Chicago Tuesday whore they will remain during the summer Mr John R Prentiss and sonB wont tOiMeade county Monday to visit friends for sovoral wooks On their return they will make their home in Versailles Miss Ruth Ely is home from a visit to Danville Mrs W F Dandridge went to Chi- Â¬ cago Wednesday Mrs James Welch is home from a trip to Cincinnati Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville spent Tuesday in this city Dr Geo W Chinn who has been very ill is much better Mr W H Posey is home from a trip to the Worlds Fair Miss Hallie Duvall is visiting Mrs Will Dorsey in Lagrange Mrs Wm Craik is very ill at her homo on Arlington Heights Mr Albert H McClure left yester Â¬ day for a vfoit to the Worlds Fair Miss Nellie Orbison went to North Carolina Thursday to visit friends Mr Ashley F Kelley of New Cas Â¬ tle visited friends here this week Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel went to the Worlds Fair Wednesday Mr Percy Headley of Louisville spent Sunday with his parents in this city Mrs Pat McDonald went to Cincin- Â¬ nati Tuesday morning to spend a few days t Miss Agnes Thompson is home from school at White Sulphur Ken- Â¬ tucky Miss Mary Ely went to Chicago this week to make an extended visit to friends Miss Ruth Hawkins returned home Monday from a visit to Mrs H C Botts in Midway MIbs Fannie Hodges visited the family of Mr H H Morris of Now Castle this week Mr Edmund H Taylor of Atlanta Ga is the guest of his mother and sister in this city Mrs Grant Green jr has been very ill this week but was reported some- Â¬ what better yesterday Mrs M MoEnnis and Mrs 0 D Nolson went to Columbia Pennsyl- Â¬ vania to visit their relatives Mr Joseph G Sohweors and Mr Ed Weitzel wore in Chicago this week enjoying the Worlds Fair Hon Bon Johnson the now collec- Â¬ tor in the Louisville district visitod friends hero Tuesday of this week Mrs JE Dierken of LoubvH1o after a visit to her parents Mr and of this city were registered at the Lewis were the Frankfort wheelmen who were present at the meet and Mrs M Nickles returned homo Mon- Worlds Fair Wednesday day Rev H G Henderson delivered on participated in the races at Harrods Misses Fannie and Josie Dickey of address Thursday at the Kentucky burg this week Campbell county are visiting Misses Chautauqua on Ministerial Eduea- The Courier Journal of laBt Sunday Susie and Lapley Read near this tion says of Mr M Stuart Oann who ten city Mr J R Lemon editor of the years ago published the Dispatch in Hon Ward Headley of Madisoft Tribune of Benton Marshall county this city but who for the paBt year or ville visited his uncle Capt J W and several years ago a member of more has been a resident of Duluthr Headley Secretary of State this the State Board of Equalization was Mr M Stuart Cann passed through in the city this week visiting friends the city last evening on his way to week Mrs Daniel Walsh of New Albany Mr John R Procter after an ex- Birmingham where he goes to take the Age Ind who has been visiting Mrs E J tended visit of several weeks at the Parker returned home last Sunday Annapoli3 Washington and New Herald Mr Cann ten years ago was night York returned to tho city this week city editor of the Courier Journal Mrs Agnes H McOlure left Fri for several days and again took his He left to take the editorship of a paper at his old home in Pennsyl- Â¬ day of last week for a visit to her departure vania Since then he has taken an daughter Mrs Walter Kelly in Hop Mrs Luoy D Holladay and daught occasional dip in Southern journalkinsvillo er Miss Louise who have been visit- ism but for the last two years has ZMv James Buford and Misses ing relatives in this city and county Htrnrl in fVirt hnnmlnn NTnifTiuranf WilliamB and Buford visited the for seveal months left yesterday The climate was too severe however family of Mr J A Buford in New afternoon for their home in Spott- to amorecon he lfl returnl sylvania county Virginia Castle this week gflnal place of aboJe Mr and Mrs Philip H Carpenter Mr Willie Buckley returned last Wm MoBwail and Mr Wm evening from Washington D O returned home Thursday from a trip 0faik who wmt to gcotand aboufc where he has been attending school to the Worlds Fair They speak in revisit tho homes monthB ag0 the highest terms of PnrtseoftheJ for the past year bad ohldhood whIoh th Messrs John Scott and Mason Bar Fair and urge all to go who can Pob- nofc fleon for returned ret came home Monday from school sibly spare the time and money Tuesday wIth a glowinK deBoHp Dr O S Abell of Harrodsburg- tlon of the pieasure8 of their They enjoyed a visit en route here who represented Mercer county in trip to the Worlds Fair Tney were oufc eieven days the Legislature of 1859 60 has been on fche ocean going from Newr Misses Annie Brown of this city am u York to Glasgow and nine days re- and Margaret Dudley of Covington visiting nis nephew Mr Johnson the past week and watch turning from Liverpool to Boston visited Miss Henrietta Blackburn ing the proceedings of the Legisla and neither experienced the slightest at Spring Station this week rar sickness Mr MoEwan said that Miss Susie Read has returned from ture Mr Carroll M Walcutt Mr and while the season here was late it was a visit to her sister Mrs Miller in T n Hfun f Covington acoompanied by her iura o xi xuiicB uuu avii Mary I unusually advanced in Scotland this Norwood G W Wilder Mrs Helen year and the whole face of he coun- nephew Master Alfred Miller Wilder Miss Mattie Long and Kate try mado famous in history poetry Mr G L Clark of Winchester is H Wright of this eity and county romance furnished in its fertil here visiting his brother Mr Vernon registored at tho Worlds Fair Mon- - and ity and picturesqueness the most L Clark He will study modicino day beautiful landscapes ho ever gazed in the office of Dr W II Dade Mr Wm R Laughlin who nine upon He found in Doune his native Miss Ada Gaines who has been vis yoaro ago was a olork in Dr W H town only threo mon whom he knew iting Miss Minnie VanDervoor in this Averills drug store and is now after fa his boyhood days and one of these city for several wooks loft Tuesday a long residence in Texas conduct- - Was at work on the same anvil and in for her home in Washington City ing a drug store of his own in Louis- - the bamo shod that ho had loft hinv County Judge J M Posey of An villo was in the oity on a brief visit more than a half century ago j derson county father of Mr W H to friends Monday San Popper uuu family loft Col R P Posoy of this oity has been named uuiuiii Sweeney U h ACatarrh by thls morning in tho private car Lu- - Diego Gal says Stamp Deputy for Lawronceburg Remedy is tho first modioino I have IcilhVovor the Midland for Chicago QVOr fund thftt wouW do m0 nnyr Collector Rodes Price 5fr cents Sold by W Mr Sam O Bull jr and bride of where they have rented a house anu n ood 21 Mississippi who have will romain sovoral months taking MoKee Hardie Greenville boon visiting relatives hore left in tho Worlds Fair and the sights in Bargains Monday for a visit to tho Worlds that wonderful city Fair at Chicago Messrs Bon Marshall Honry Ack Threo phaetons ono eurroy one F loy H L Buroh John Solbort Earl buggy and one road wagpn all1 sec Â¬ Messrs W W Wildon Thos Lahy Oscar O Rood B F Sponoor Rogers Todd Orutoher Duano Sin ond nand but In good ropair nt Mas 43 tk Miss Fanny Noel and Mrs J O Noel clair Henry Llndsey and Will A tin Bros Â¬ managing-editorship-o- f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - i XT 1 s1 nSAVft i Â¬ j Â¬ i j Â¬ kakJi mx Dont Ruin Your Eyes By nllowlng Incompetent self Btyled scientific opticians and peddlers fit thorn Tlio optician should graduate tmd hnvo his dlponm of tiunl 11 cation Diamonds Watches Jewelry Clocks Rogers Knives Forks and Spoons Silver inlaid Spoons Sg Top Drawer LOCAL j 7 1ftfc Solid yal xybK S ci it i I ki a EyfiB examined with the Oculists Test Case and fthe modern improved scientific Instruments frames Accurate fitted to the Face Should your head ache eyes burn or water dont suit come ane Goln Satisfaction guaranteed consult me specialty glasses h flight blur and your glasses SaSSm iWlA GOmG IB O ZEHAGEN Silver and Silver Plated Xlaie a rty iGraduata Optician at M A Selborts St Clair fltreot Kriiikfort Kv Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Juno 2G 27 and 28 Teweler honor of tho newly wedded pair The table was decorated with sweet peas VanDerveer Tuesday afternoon and made a very pretty appearance 9 Mr and Mrs Forster took the to the wife of Mr J M VanDerveer oclock train for Chicago where they a son will spend two weeks visiting tho Owens Sunday to tho wife of Mr Fair Upon their return to this city they will make their home with Mrs W A Owens a daughter Thomas Gilmore the grooms aunt at Crescent Hill Miss Cannon came here from Frank- Â¬ Real Estate Transfers fort two years ago She is a daugh- Â¬ Eliza Graves to Kate Ellison col- Â¬ ter of Capt J W Cannon deceased Â¬ young woored for love and affection a lot on She is a very handsome charming man and made a most the South Side bride The groom is a book keeper in the office of the Louisville Gas Company and is a For Sale A good rockawaw horse popular young man- well known and Gentle and suitable for family use - THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY A Contract to Moat the Bonds and 1 Iv v U -- rW A A v h t Bright of Lexington ex cashier of the National Exchange The electric street railway is now Bank of that city charged with makassured The company has made a ing false entries in the books of the contract with a reliable man to place bank whioh engaged the time of the 00000 iu bonds and a surveyor is al court for ten days was given to the ready at work running his lines out jury Saturday and within twenty min Â¬ on the Owenton turnpike The con- Â¬ utes a verdict of not guilty was re- Â¬ tractor and others interested in the turned and Mr Bright discharged company are expected here to day Messrs Oharles Bronston and George and unless some unforeseen obstacle Denny represented Mr Bright The supervenes to retard the negotiations court adjourned for the term the work of construction will begin A Street Fight Saturday night within the next week and bo finished at the corner of Main and St Clair foefore September It is proposed to streets E H DeWitt struck W B Lar have a line of five and one half miles kin a number of times with a cane making a circuit of South and North when Larkin drew a knife and began Prankfort to include a loop around to make a vigorous defense One Fort Hill going out on the Owenton swipe of the knife cut DeWltts wrist turnpike and returning from the O but before any futher injury was 3 O Distillery on the Leestown turn committed the police interposed and pike This is an enterprise which the arrested the belligerents They had citizens should encourage and pro- Â¬ a hearing Monday before Judge mote by every possible means in their Sneed who dismissed Larkin and power and it is hoped that nothing Lflned DeWitt 5 and costs will arise to interrupt or prevent the Re Arrested Two Convict speedy completion of the work brothers George and Walter Berk- Â¬ ley convicts who were sent from Senator Taylors Declination Richmond to the penitentiary here Â¬ Senator E H Taylor has declared for a term of two years for horsestealing served out their time on his intention of not becoming a can- Â¬ didate next November for further leg- Â¬ Monday As they were passing out of islative honors in this county His the prison gate Deputy Warden careful and efficient management of Kooneys suspicions were excitedÂ¬ Walter the interests of this city and county over the appearance of years Berk ley a lad of twenty of age during the session now closing entiwho appeared to be carrying some tle him to the highest praise and es Â¬ pecially to an endorsement if he de heavy about his person A search rsired it for services splendidly per Â¬ was about to be made when Berkley formed but as his purpose to not broke and ran He was captured andÂ¬ iseok the office is based upon too great a number of burglars tools consistskeleton keys drill and a a sacrifice of his private time and ing of UBed funnel for pouring powder into business his constituency can do no safe locks were found on him The jmore than preface their acceptance of his declination by assuring him of older brother was allowed to depart ifcheir regrets at the severance of his but Walter was placed in jail on the public relationship to them and their charge of having burglars tools and esteem and best wishes for his happi on a hearing before Judge Williams mess and business success which they was held over to answer at the next hope will in the future as in the past term of the Circuit Court R A Bohannan The Clay City the realized in their midst even be- Â¬ Chronicle voices the opinion of this yond his highest expectations city the former homo of Mr Richard A Bohannan when it speaks of his Broke Her Arm candidacy for the Legislature in the Dr following terms of praise Little Alyn Ohinn daughter of The announcement of Mr R A Of B Ohinn was playing about the Bohannan of this place as a candi- Â¬ yard of her unole Mr Frank Ohinnf date for the Legislature which ap Â¬ on south Shelby street Thursday pears for the first time in this issue when she caught her foot in a croquet will be an agreeable surprise to his numerous friends in this and Estill wicket fell and broke her left arm county It is hazarding nothing to near the elbow The fracture was say that no mau in the district in proreduced by her father and she will portion to his acquaintance is more universally or deservedly popular jsoon be all right again His prominent characteristic that of being a gentleman under any and all Called to Another Field ciroumstances haB won for him a host of friends He is a man of intelligence Rev W G Neville pastor of the and his long residence in the State Southern Presbyterian Ohurch in this Capital has made him familiar with many things connected with city has received a unanimous call tion chat would serve him to legisla Â¬ advan to take charge of the Presbyterian tage wore ho selected as the member Church at Yorkville South Carolina from this district Mr Neville will make known to his A Testimonial Oapt B O Milam congregation to morrow morning on Monday prosentod Hon Thos S whether or not he will accept the Pettit Representative from Dayeiss call county and a nitivo of this oity one of his very finest Milam fishing reels Strength and Health a fac simile of the ono ho presented some time since to Presidont Clove If you are not feeling strong and land The prosont was a reminder to healthy try Eleotrio Bitters If LaGrippo has left you weak and Mr Pettit of Frankforts esteem for weary use Eleotrio Bitters This him personally and appreciation for remedy acts directly on Liver his splendid services in assisting to Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding fix tho location of the capital in this those organs to perform their func Â¬ tions If you are afflicted with Sick oity Foadaoho you will find speedy and Ran Into a Toll Gate Monday enornamont relief by taking Eleotrio night as IJuano Sinclair Auditor of uittors Ono trial will eonvlnoo you Ahat this is the roraody you need the Midland Railroad while en route Largo bottloB only 60o at Phil from Bergln on his whool to tho d Daukhnt jsbs Drug Storo Wheelmens meet at Harrodsburg case of Wm Â¬ --- a Surveyor Already at Work Thp United States Court The ran into the toll gate in the dark and was suddenly hurled to the ground He was unconscious when picked up by a colored man and later on exam Â¬ ination by a doctor was found to have sustained a deep cut on tho back part of his head Ho attended the meet tho next day Y M I Excursion The river ex- Â¬ cursion on the Rescue to Clifton Tuesday night given by the Young Mens Institute of this city was a de- Â¬ lightful affair and enjoyed by more than 150 ladies and gentlemen Moonlight music dancing refresh- Â¬ ments and attentive manners left nothing to be desired by tne company The Sunday Rioter Sam Brooks colored who assaulted Officer Henry Brown Sunday four weeks ago from the effects of which Mr Brown has not yet entirely recovered was tried before Squire McDonald on Tuesday and fined 75 and costs Not having the money to pay the fine Brooks was taken to the work house where he will remain for about six months Hurt by a Mowing Machine Mr Will Cokes five year old son was injured Monday by a mowing machine passing over him the wheel of which bruised and cut his face and head He will recover soon A Narrow Escape Willie Jett the little son of Judge W L Jett narrowly escaped drowning Wednesday He was bathing in the river near the city school and got beyond his depth Not being able to swim he sank beneath the surface and reap- Â¬ peared and called for help and again sank when Mr Hollie Watts who heardthe eries of distress succeeded in rescuing him Â¬ Â¬ Births J N Miles Ji rv2 - Matrimonial McLean - Fitzhuoh It has been announced that Mr Will McLean who formerly resided here and is a cousin of Mr Robert Burns Wilson of this city will some time this month marry Miss Mamie Mayo Fitz hugh of Lexington Both Mr Mc Â¬ Lean and his bride-to-bhave lately been living in New York doing some excellent work for magazines the former as a designer and illustrator and the latter as a writer of stories and sketches After their marriage they will continue to make their home in Berkshire N Y Breckinridge Pollard Hon W O P Breckinridge Congressman from this district it ia stated in the Washington city dispatches will soon wed Miss Madeline Pollard of Lex- Â¬ ington a young lady of twenty five years of age a handsome brunett who has lately been making her home in Washington She is a daughter of the late John D Pollard who was a resident of this oity from 1859 to 1866 Her mother resides at present in Graefenberg Shelby county with her brother Dr George Horine Shannon Callahan Mr Thomas E Shannon of Louisville was grant ed a license on Monday to marry Miss Hannah Callahan of this city The ceremony was performed at the Rev Catholic Church Tuesday Father Gorey officiating Mr Shan- Â¬ non Is a worthy young man an engi Â¬ N Railroad who neer on the L has a host of friends and the bride is the lovely and popular daughter of Mr Dan Callahan tho flagman of the N depot L Orojiwell Jessee Mr William Cromwell of this city and Miss Elizabeth Pryor Jessoe daughter of Col George M Jessee were married Thursday afternoon at 2 oolook at tho Christian Ohurch in New Castle Wallace Miller On Tuesday a marriage license was issued to James W Wallace and Philomonia Miller COYLE POINDEXTER Noah Ooylo and Lizzie Polndexter of Switzer wore granted a license oh Wednes Â¬ day to marry Forster Cannon The Courier Journal of Thursday contained the fol- Â¬ lowing description of the wedding iu Louisville of Miss Oordie Cannon to Mr John A Forster Miss Cornelia Roborts Cannon and Mr John Arthur Forster were mar ried at 5 oclock yesterday afternoon at tho homo of tho brides sister Mrs John P Starks at 506 West St Cath Â¬ erine street Tho wodding was a very modest affair and only tho relatives wore present Tho ceremony was performed by Rev Dr Samuel Ham ilton of tho Warren Memorial church There were no attendants and tho marriage was without any show or ostentation Tho bride was attired in a handsomo white silk dross over which Paris muslin was worn and carrlod a boquot of roses Aftorward a dinner was glvon by Mrs Stark In e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A J m S W SO FOB A C A SE1T W I L L N OT CU Rt Anmrreeable Laxatlvo and NERVE TONIC Sold by DmgRlsta or sent by mail 25c 50c and SlOO por package Samples free KFf Tho Favorite TOOTH T OWD38S ITrt JHLV JlWforthoToethandBreaUi25c HALLS OLD STAND For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan23 lr bis cut m 124 cents worth 25 mm Ginghams Ginghams Ginghams wi for French cents 23 cents for French worth 30 cents George Reook the efficient book keeper of Miles Son has re signed his position at the mill to en Â¬ gage in the wholesale feed business in this city School 44 Miss Lizzie Horn has been elected a teacher for School 44 in the Walcutt District The Opera Housk Nho now les Â¬ sees Messrs Chas Borcaw and Ed Parker will asBume charge of the Opera Hpuse to day Their lease will run flora term of two years Mr Â¬ Will Enter The Feed Business 35 cents for French worth 50 cents 15 cents for Printed Dotted Swiss worth 30 cents China 49 cents for Polka Spotted Silks worth 60 cents 35 ti t cents for Shirt Waists worth 50 cents - Â¬ Elder S S Beaver of McAllister ville JuniattaOo Pa says his wife is subject to cramp in tho stomach Last summer she tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dlarrhooa Remedy for it and was much pleased with the speedy relief it afforded She has since used it whenever necessary and found that it never fails For sale by J W Gayle Frankfort diately 31 50 cents for Shirt 75 cents Waists worth Our large stock of Colored Woolen Dress Goods at a big reduction in prices Â¬ A i For Rent tf What You Are Waiting For My house in South Possession given imme- Â¬ Guy Barrett Everything in Millinery DeNice partment marked down Stylish Hats from 25 cents up Â¬ from A nice Folding Japanese 5 cents up Fan M To close our business in your city we will make commencing July 7tn and ending the 17th only 10 davs the best finish Aristo Cabinet Photo Â¬ graphs at 2 per dozen and give with each dozen ordered if dosirod a fine 10x23 Crayon Portrait guaran Â¬ teed for only 1 or a strictly free hand at 8 Our stook of tho finest frames manufactured must go re Â¬ gardless of prices F M Caldwell The Artist 42 2t Blue Booth Studio Mastin Bros have had a very largo sale on their now improved Siokle Grinder Call and oxamino it 42 Parasols and Umbrellas the latest and most stylish designs at very low prices ViM Our stock of Gloves composes Wash the novelties out Chamois Raeretz Glace Swede All the new shades and Mocha few slightly soiled gloves at 50 A cents per pair worth 100 to per pair 150 all sn I tf sale cheap at Mastin Bros A flrst olass sooond hand mower for 42 m1 43 3t JOHNSON tf i NMif aJliAuALjrt- - ViijLiiiV V L1 4 rfr W M V K 8ati8fy ov- - for in tho odd hours when ho was not ixcmovca Ft cry vestigo of Ca- - sotting typo along side of Virgil i everybody the tnx payors of thei rfeLI i I tarrhintkoHoad Williams and Hook Ford on the Tin mntfcnr hnw will bo Satisfied because they T EnterednttheswfflMntFnmkroTtKentiickrStnto Appeal It was in tho fall of 1889 bad tbo caso or us second class niiiliibl mutter finally have a hnndsomo new can of how long stand that ho was admitted to tho bar after r Then cnpitol without incueasine their an ing by Dr Sagos only four months of study GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub nunl taxosn cent nnd tho tox payers Catarrh Remedy ho wont to tho Indian Territory Not only Catarrh and let his new painted sign catch of both Louisville and Lexington itself but all tho tho gentle zephyr of tho beautiful i troubles that como Indian land but ho did not remain renson t0 conpcratn- from it thovro thoro moro than 2 years and while es- lnte themselves that they have poneciiy ana per at spare moments cnped tho heavy taxation that would manently cured by its mild soothing cleans- - thoie sketches of western contributed PRANKFOUT TnrY i inn many ing and hcalinc properties character have fallen on them over and above If you could only bo suro of that its Rome humorous some historicnl to tax payers of tho State if enough only of the But Frankfort for tho Next Century theyother gotton the Capital nnd had Tho proprietors of Dr Sages Remedy try different papers return it isMemphis to late since his had to provo it to you They aro suro enough of that ho has taken to short story it a record of years with thousands For nearly a hundred years the to be taxed to raise that bonus of tho most hopeless 5cases has satisfied them of writing and in this lino he is at progress of Frankfort has been con- - 250000 or 1000000 but their chief hut how call they provo it to you Theres tracting much favorable criticism no wav than with So stantly retarded by the apparent un- Â¬ cause of congratulation should be say hotterand they mean it monov cant thov from men liko Will Hubbard if wo euro Reman Howard Hawthorne and each one of our lovely sister yourthis certainty as to whether or not the that Catarrh no matter what your caso is McGee cities of whom Frankfort has always well pay you 500in cash Theres a chance stories is The character of his Capital would remain here perma- Â¬ something like that of so that you cant bo cured nently This cloud hunc over all been justly proud has escaped tho woro willing to tako it but its small that Poe softened nnd beautified by an Mystic Morrills What moro can thoy say or do to convince Irving touch her interests and perpetually threat- - calamity and perpetual humiliation you Marriage Bell or tho Hideous having the penitentiary located in Isnt that enough ened her prosperity Those persons of Black Head in point of exciting in- Â¬ in various parts of the country Who their midst cident startling situations stupend- Â¬ ous improbability and wild imagi- Â¬ to locate at the seat of These questions having all been really desired nation is not unlike Poes Black OF THE SOUTH WIZARD government and raise their families settled to the satisfaction of all par- Â¬ THE Oat but tho former is better told ties Frankfort now takes pleasure in where they would have all the benefor Merrills stylo is graceful and fits supposed to flow from a constant announcing that she has plenty of Sketch of a Young Writer a De- smooth His stories glide along as happily as the beautilul legends ot association with the leading persons friends to reward but no enemies to Kentucky Pio Â¬ scended of Irving and yet his writing is at times and the best thought of the Gover- - punish and that her gates are wide neers Just Coming Into vigorous and terse almost to abrupt onen to an proieasionai aiui ousmess a nni naDr iiuio uuu viiwovu lUUicouiiLtiuitco ui ness Tho weird and beautiful and Prominence the people Iirvo been deterred from men and capitalists who wish to make tho wild and uncanny seem to hold occult charms for him and he has investing their means in houses or their hone in our beautiful little The Mystic Marriago Boll and but to use the hand of his genius on Capital Cit between the hills business in Frankfort for fear of the them to startle the world with stories Others of His Stories Briefly possible removal of the seat of gov as exact as ever Bellamy wrote as Criticized Decidedly Shaky ernment to some other place That weird as Poe as wild as Haggard sts metaphysical as Olive Harper as A trembling liind nn uncertain step fidge fear has now passed away forever To many of the readers that is beautiful as the sombre dreams of tiness indicated by restless shifting from o io old people of the and tho capitalist and ambitious place or postnro to mother usunlly mental an Â¬ Roundabout the Hoffman citizen desiring to rear his children noyance tit unexpectel noises are among the name of the subject of my little His End of Time is one of the well known for it is at the seat of government need no indications ot extreme nervousness These sketch is history of Kentucky linked most daring flights of imagination with the from since Bulwer wrote the Coming longer hesitate the ghost of capital seem trifling but tlio health of men and women the time of Boone Race and the word painting in this liable to decidedly shaky in this condition Is A M Merrill comes from pioneer story iB ns marvelous ns the creation removal has vanished forever to be overthrown dasterously hy causes which The adoption of the new Consti- Â¬ the vigorous might defy To fortify the nervous blood on both sides of the house and of the incident The Last of the tution in the fall of 1S91 containing svstem general vigor must through the medium as his great great grandfathers Mr Anadarkas is a beautifully written and Mr Simpson a removal of an im William Bush of the dleestlon of the provision that the Capital should or reinforced otsleeplngand night bo raised to a Merrill were adventurous spirits even legend race the culmination concepat paired nower and in point of Indian A guarantee of this Is among the hardy pioneers of the remain permanently at Frankfort un healthful standard Bitter- which re establishes t in originality of plot and vivid Hostetters Stomach so is tion less removed by a two thirds vote of digest on bile tccretlon and the habit ot body on Dark and Bloody Ground imagination is the equal of anything that young Merrill a thus renew all the members of both houses of the a permanently regular basis followed byIn1 gain and unexplored pioneer in the rich he has published But the Monarch a bodily equilibrium which is festility of fiction of the Moon his last production kidney tranquillity For General Assenjbly by a majority of of strength and nerve He which is not yet published butwhich neuralgia and as a But to return to tho sketch complaint rheumatism nearly 140000 votes of the people preventive of the llrst attack or subsequent re was born in Carroll county Mis will soon appear in the Memphis this indicating very clearly that the peo- turna of innlurlil disorderstake a medicine Is with sissippi in 1869 His father is Mr B Sunday Times is by far his master wlneglasslul out peer Thrice dally N Merrill He is the grandson of piece In this littlo story the imagi- Â¬ ple of the State deliberately intend- Â¬ tho Hon J W S Merrill who was nation almost takes away the breath ed to say that they desired and ex- Â¬ for years a political leader in MissisCol Corbetts Good Luck moons nor constellation sippi and who came from Estill Stars nor itself hold it in fetters It pected the seRt of government to re- Â¬ Young Merrill nor space as improbable and the is as vivid main Rt Frankfort for tho next cen- Â¬ The Washington City dispatches county Kentucky is a nephew of Cassius E tury to come and this preference say that Col Thomas Corbett of this tho brilliant journalist who is Merrill exciting interest never slacks until so well the end is reached at which a beauti- Â¬ has been emphasized and confirmed city will go to Oklahoma as Receiver known around Frankfort as the ful moral bursts upon the reader and His bright and versatilo corespondent of heat once sees that in his giddy by the recent vote on this subject of Public Money at Guthrie is also a taken separately at different times in acceptance of the ofllce creates a va Â¬ thq Courier Journal He Exum and flight through the realms of weird cousin of Mr Charles F Â¬ the Senate and House The vote in cancy in the clerkship at the peni- Mrs Mary Stivers of Frankfort was dreamland ho has finally halted upon ground of eternal right und the the Senate was taken over a month tentiary here which pays a salary of a cousin of the late Judge Benjamin the everlasting principles of a correct F Trimble who was widely known ago on a simple resolution to take SI 200 over tho district of Central Ken philosophy Will T Carpenter The correspondent of tho Louis- tucky who was a grand nephew of the sense of the Senators as to whether it was desirable to remove ville Commercial writing of Col Mr Justice Robert Trimble of the Kentucky Illinois Court of Appeals bench the first the seat of government at all which Corbetts appointment says gave the romovaliots an opportunity Secretary Carlisle to day landed quarter of this century and one of From Danvillle 111 Mrs II J to unite and combine all their vote s his old friend Thomas H Corbett in the associate Justices of the Supreme Nubois writes using I of the United at that good office he volunteered to Courtof his death in States and the your remedies for have beenand am against Frankfort but when the vote give him when he was first called to timo 1628 scrofula for was taken only 7 Senators out of the the Presidents Cabinet Mr Cor- Â¬ whom Trimble county was named greatly benefited My back was al- Â¬ Â¬ responded last week to Private Young Merrill was a cousin of the most one solid sore Two boxes of entire body voted in favor of remov- bett Mrs Julia Tevio who founded Dr Hales Household Ointment and Vansenders al The removalists havinglost in the Secretary so as to be on letter when late Science Hill Academy of Sholby healed it entirely hand came here From Olive Hill Ky Mrs M J Senate then determined to test their the lightning was ready to strike ville Ky one of tho oldest and most strength in the House where there him Secretary Carlisle told him noted schools of the South and West Matnoy writes May 13 1892 My daughter has been are 100 members and after bringing that he would like to give him some- Â¬ Another of his relatives was the erysipelas in her eyesafflicted with thing that would takehim where he lato Hon SamuelBush the talented She is now past 12 yearsfrom infancy every ligitimate argument and influ- Â¬ old and ono But Merrill in a lawyer of Louisville investments ence to bear the removalists were only could make and thus grow up with is but a bright link in a bright chain 25c box has cured her It costs no new country able to cast 37 votes a little more the country and not having such a of famous Kentuckians famous in more to get the best Get a box1at I H Carpknters drug store war in peace in politics than one half the number of votes place in his own department he has in letters The Morrows in law andQuisenthe Secretary Hoke necessary to pass the measure in the unloaded him on tho Fon Sale or Rent My dwelling President to berries the Bushes tho Berkleys Smith and coaxed And now with all these make him Reoeiver of Public Money the Hierony muses the Williams of house on Ann street House votes fresh in their minds the people in the Land office at Guthrie Oklaho- Clark Montgomery Fayette and J T Buckley tf branches of Kentucky within the next few ma The salary is 5 per day with fees Mercer aro 1 have told his anastora of Who young Now as Â¬ months will nominate and elect a full and commissions the whole not to Merrill is and from whence he comes LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Territorial exceed 3000 per year KET Senate and a full House of Repre- home rule was ignored I shall say something of his own life At the age of sixteen he quit tho Mr Corbett is well pleased with sentatives to assemble at Frankfort DURRETT New Hope school house on FURNISHED BY GLOVER next January to carry out the will of the place he received and left this littlegrandfathers place in Carroll LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE to his to prepare the voters of the Stato so emphati- Â¬ evening for Frankfort soon as possi- county Mississippi a common coun Â¬ move to Oklahoma as try school itwas Tho building was Sales on our market for the week cally and so recently expressed ble UBed for a school during the week just closed amount to 1725 hhds with There can be no doubt that the and on the Saobath such noted and receipts for tho same period of 1731 2228672 members of the next Senate and eloquent Christian Elders as B F hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ House will feel themselves instructed James Sharpo and Mr uary lBt amount to 70377 hhds Sales These figures represent tho number Wilson by the 140000 majority for the new of bottle of Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Bishop preached the simple beauti of the crop of 1892 on our market to Coughs and ful faith of Christianity as under- this date amount to 78422 hhds Constitution and by the recent over Â¬ ery for Consumption Colds which were sold in the United stood and taught by Alexander for The market for burley whelming vote in both Senate and States from March 01 to March 92 Campbell Barton W Stone and the past week has been tobaccowith quiet House in favor of Frankfort to jtho Two Million Two Hundred and Raccoon Smith imortalized every prices for medium to good grades Common grades effect that the Capital removal fight Twenty Eight Thousand Six Hun- Â¬ stone in the old stone meetinghouse about the same which has lasted for a hundred years dred and Seventy Two bottles sold Young Merrill grew up unuor wero irregular and a little easier at every in one year tho and at fifteen is now happily ended and that it brittle was sold and a each andguaran Â¬ this teaching Campbells side ho was the close of the week We presume on positive of the familiar witn planting season has been general will be their duty as well as their tee that money would bo refunded if Rice debate About this time he and tho crop is about on tho hill pleasure to vote the small appropri- Â¬ satisfactory results did not follow its entered tho office of tho Carrollton The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ use Tho secret of its success is Conservative where he learned tho resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ ation which will be necessary to plain It nevr disappoints and can printers tnidein the day time and bacco 1892 crop eroi- a decent State House at Frank- Â¬ alwny be depended on as the very Milton Hume Trash dark or damaged read Shakespeare fort It will not require five or six best remedy for Coughs Colds etc Byron Macaulay Dickens nnd many 3 50 tobacco millions of dollars as it might have IVice 50c and 100 At Phil CAR other useful works of English and Common Colory trash 4 50j 0 25 0 biography and Medium to good colory American history required if an entirely new capitol MJNTEltfi Drug store G 25 8 00 fiction at night always displaying trash building would have had to been most excellent judgmont in his se Common lugs not colory 4 25rt 0 00 erected in some new place in fact the Advertised Letters at Prankfort lections of reading matter He was Common Colory lugs 8 25 6 50a Kentucky an inveterate reader of wise method Medium to good colory appropriation of one fifth of that 8 25 10 00 Ho evinced a strong taste for books at lugs amouut will be all that will be re Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver quite an early ago and ma ooyisli Common to medium leaf 8 004 - 00 quited at Frankfort where other t 12 00f 14 00 composition flashed the dawn of his Medium to good leaf buildings on the ground already own- tised letters for tho week ending genius At twenty one we find him Good to fine leaf 19 00 14 00 1 1893 well equipped to pursue the practice Soleot or wrappory ed by tho State can bo utilized and July Johnson Johnnie of tho law A profession he studied Barnes Ewis 19 00 25 50 tobacco is true whether tho main build- - Brnwn Kiln this Irvin Charlie wing on tho old Brown J B ing is added to tho Ingram Grande State House square or whether all j Chinault George Lanter H O Orisson Moflett Mann the present buildings on the square Edwards Sato Chas Norton Morror are taken for Auditors office and Goods Robt Nichols Rev II A offices of other heads 6f departments Graves Loyd colPatton B R and tho main capitol building erect- - Hammock Albert Russel Kate Thompson Jane Haden Austin oA tn thn hmmtifiil rrrniml nnw nin Hadloy Hiram G Toweon Jo i u ci i u r xuiuDuuiIIu8iLIazybeth Spilman Mosses u uy hiuouuu uHiwt ir immediately in irouc oi me ieeuie Holman Moses Walker Mills White Lou minded Institute In either case an Jones W J i appropriation of one million of dol- - When calling for these letters say lars to bo raised and expended 100 advertised J M Saffell P M 9 000 each year for thojnext ten years M Prenyl of Tnrtnr Powilpr Nn Atntnnnln No Alum The onlv Pure Sliilohs CuiT tho Great will bo amply sulllciont By adopting Croup Cure is for sale by Cough and uh Pocket Used in Millions of Homes Years the Standard this plan tho presented buildings size contains twenty five doses only 21 could bo used until tho new one is 25c Children love it April 16 ir FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT conPloted This course wonld 1 I -- Â¬ t8l05s3 R ULL They opened up last Wednesday June and the excitement has been iitense Everybody surprised at the great variwtv of goods and the very low prices marled on Wc have only them in plain figures 21 I NINE PAGESwllllmvegood i if 1 t l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n0ottic i I PRICE 18 Mil 1 Â¬ Â¬ Many a reader of thin notice can look back from 10 to 15 years when we done business here before that can testify to our square dealing and polite attention to everybody We think it no trouble to show goods and are only too glad to do so be- Â¬ cause P T A K T TP t -- i Â¬ Â¬ We carry a full line of hosiery for ladier gents and children in black unbleached We carry tan and pin snipe and scarlet the most complete line of - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And Insertings in Jackonet Nainook and Swiss Dont forget to look at our 5 AND fOC COUNTER Of Hainberg Edgings as they are beauties As for Linen Laces such as Torchon Me diei and Smyrna these are nil hand made goods We cant be beat in variety and prices In fact there is nothing in the lace line that we do not keep Â¬ Â¬ fie carry Linen Towsls I Ilii Â¬ Wo can beat New York City in Prices Wc a full line ri Domestics such as Hleached and Urown Cottons in all the Leading Brands Hleached and Brown Sheetings all colors in Cheese Cloth Ginghams Alabama Plaids Scrim for Cur tains as low as 5 cents a yard and a com plele line of Dress Linings and Trimmings including the Double face Selisias Crino- Â¬ line inBlack White and Drab Plain Se lisia a good quality at I2j cents a yard BEiY Â¬ i Â¬ For ladifs at only 125 ready niedeaprons at 15 cents and all kinds of Muslin Under- Â¬ wear foi Ladies as cheap s you can buy These goods are ail well the material made Gloves and Mitts for Ladies in jKid Chamois Silk and Lisle Threads and the Guunllelt we have in all shades Without a doubt we can show you the best line of iil UPPERS Â¬ CORSETS In Kentucky in Black and White in medi- Â¬ um and extra long to suit the lean as well as the stout at prices langing from 40c to 250 Try them once and you will wear no other Â¬ Â¬ NOW FOR THE - 50i 1- Â¬ Â¬ God bless them We have almost every- Â¬ thing they wear Lace Cops the Baby Ruth Cap The French Cap the Suuhon net Long Cloaks handsomely embroider Â¬ White Robes hand ed as low as 50 somely embroidered While Flannel Long Skirts Wool Sncques Booties in Wool and Leuher Wool Waistbands and everything ebe they need Ours and io cent Hand Â¬ kerchiefs are beauties We also have them at 15 20 and 25 cents elegant values All the rage now are Ladies Shirt Waists We have a very large hue ol them ranging in prices from 35 cents to 2 We have a gieat many moie good ton numerous to mention and wc can safely say when you deal with us once we will have you as our customer as only fair dealings will be our aim the best of goods and the lowest of price because 1 BABIRS PRICES Ki n fj -- W T L P I 0 f I ItpiJfll A SOUVEBIB for EVEET30DT SSlM Powder MAIN STREET F BROS NEAR STATE TIONAL BANK NA Â¬ A ft ni t tv - i 1 Let us furnish you niue WE HAVE THEM IN ALL A a j If not one of this style we carry 1 10ST EVERY YOUD WANT a i w K ND W I US hBSEr CKm BBtn HtLnJ BBSfMcnwl vtt80r jvcaL i - f i I ir r i jw i TnIj rtMl rr-- i j mr ua i BEST AXLE OILS IW WW MJllMWg wuiVAiummmm wmm BEST MACHINE OIL M v fgjn mww 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 quality of our Vchicks and Harness compared to the factory work heretofore sold here Come to in for DEERING ONE GOOD STEAM THRESHING OUTFIT FOR SALE CHEAP BINDERS MOWERS BINDER TWINE I t INCORPORATED 1 til r NICE CLEAN AND PRACTICAL WATCH WQR 70RK TO DONE TAKE YOUR 1 I w l jLJ COPPERSM ITH THE JEWELER 234 ST CfILAJHEt tSTttJSZSS iyiwiiwiii 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JULY 1893 L N TIME TABLE hi arises whose bees are they It is mpo6sible to separate them as far as wo know This is an entirely new departure in that line aa we are in- Â¬ formed Mrs E C Ehea says she suffered Of JTllford Nob urcatly from a com plication of dia Misea of female weakness and liver The following tixie table is now fleet upon tho L ir N roRd TRAINS WEST No231eRV08Frnukfoit So 17 lopvet Frankfort -- No 21 leaveb No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB KABT Frankfort 035 nrr Sa5 p in 735 y id leaves Frank00 a in 650 am K i No 4 train 30 mixed fort No 18 leaves Franlttort No 20 leives Frankfort TKBa Â¬ awl kidney troubles Her health was iilly restored by using Dr Hales Household Tea the most pleasant and eilective medicine known 25c and 50o per package at PH Oabpen drugstore v 1 1015 No24 arriveB Frankfort 835 watchman at tho engine house of No 22 leaves Frankfort N Railroad in Bellepoint 20 will stop at Anchorage and the L No for climbed upon the tender of an en- Â¬ Christiaiirtbnrg for passengers Lexington and points beyond gine on Wednesday night to get a Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lugraago heavy iron scraper and in throwing for Cincinnati Noa 23 and 21 conuoot it to the ground lost his balance and Bloomfield Branch at Anohornge for H B Loosdon fell over the side of the tender alight- Â¬ Agent 413 p m G35 p n am Mr Broken Eibs Mike Doyle pm sr the night Messrs J W Deringer and J S Graves have opened a park at this place for the enjoyment of the young people They havo put down a danc Â¬ ing iloor which will accommodate thirty couples and havo sheltered it from sun and rain They will have plenty of refreshments on hand pre- Â¬ serve good order and have a good band present to furnish the music Come one and all every Saturday atternoon during the season pre- Â¬ pared to have a good time and get your picture taken Miss Lorena Nave is very sick at the residence of Dr Williamson and is getting very anxious to return to her home in Indianapolis Mrs Uba Harrod stuck a needle in her hand eye foremost and broke the needle off She is suffering gteatrpain from it but is afraid to have it cut out Veterinary Eemedies PKErAKEDllTTHE ll A OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the Keatncky Veterinary MeflicinB Co MT PHOENIX IX LEXINGTON j 2SOTSSI KY STERLING KT Saturday liaturdny Saturday Saturday operation July 1 1893 Jit y 22 1393 August 12 1893 Aprn 2 1803 cured without surglca vltu little or no pain Piles KEEKHEXCES Ky Ky KENTUCKY NVtTEJMu i5Aj yu XN HhMOHRHOIOS I ftV- -y unl sF a I i i Franklort scott Fiankfun K Dr II M doutr iiimitiort J T btuteu Frankfort Ky V uoriwlcii Frankfoit a W McKee UuMIr J A New L P Hulect Benxoii Ky nuiKtoit Ky A It itcClui 1 lad J ijUshfjFrauktort hy Moore Beicii Ky Tus it Wltlirowlrankloit Ky V ing on his back and breaking two ribs on each side He lay on tho ground in a helpless condition for two A Curious Freak for Bees hours bofore ho was found and taken Hale of Bellepoint is to his home in South Frankfort He Mr W T the owner of a hive of bees and ex-Â¬ received medical attention as soon as pecting them to swarm several days possible but will likoly be confined ago he made a hive for the new col- to the house for some time and is a ony expecting at the time of swarm- Â¬ great sufferer from his injuries ing to have to settle them and put them in their new homo by hand Tho Midlands New Time Card A day or so ago at noon sure 0KTE On to morrow morning a now 1iitlt tho method and results when enough tho young colony Bwamed While Mr Hale was at dinner tho time card goes into effect on the tfvrrp of Figs is taken it is plcihunt swarm of bees started off and strango Kentucky Midland and passenger and refreshing to the taste nnd acts to say stopped and went into tho train No 1 which now loaves at G gently yet promptly on the Kidneys new hives prepared in expectation of oclook a m will not leavo until 7 Jivor and Bowels cleanses the sys Halo and will make close connection at tea ellbctually dispels colds hend When Mr swarming time ho found them Georgetown for Cincinnati reducing ju1ks and fevers and euros linhitutd came out from dinner comfortably at work about their now tho time between this city and that wiistipatiou Syrup of Fisrs is the place to three hours and a quarter lousy remedy ot its Kind ever pro- home Now conies however the strangest Closer connection will also bo made luced pleasing to tho tusto and rfi stonincli nymt part of all Mr Wm Hammond lives for Nicholnsville Danville and tho ptaile to thotruly henedoial m in it lit nciion and near Mr Halo and also has sovoral South elli cti prepared omy from the mot hives That afternoon one of Mr honlthv and agroeublo substances itc Swallowilold Hammonds swarms sent out a ninnv excellent qualities commend it i colony On its journey for n new T como and tho sound of to all and havo mado it nit most came to Mr Hides new hives thoTfirvoat lias home it reaper and clank of the cradlo popular remedy known and vory deliberately consolidated orsoytho can be heard in moac every Syrup of Fi3 is for sale in 00c el1 with the swarm there in tho hlyes and 1 bottles by nil leading drug- Mr Hammond followod them and Any reliable druggist who Tho oitizenH of our burg are mak gjjjts saw them enter tho IiIvob at Mr inp ubo of carpenters tools paint nay not uftV0 jt 0I1 mm wni pro bruahcfl to beautify proraptly for nny ono W10 Hale Not knowing about tho othor and whitewash homes l their respective Dq not t swarm boing nlroady thoro ho naturally claimed the bees as his but when told about tho swarm being al Â¬ ratioia for tho erection of a TiJuBe of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ready in tho hives ho of course waB LoutSYiue ky hew york ny nonplussed and now tho question build it this fall Â¬ iMintilei- rtebcribiij then diseases DAYS irihtiutiit sent tree to any ono and tho undo 31 1 DRUGtiIST A6 St CLAIK STREET W I KILLE by uutlrestliic t IitlnnatlO OLD STAND 25JW tip CONSlLTATiON HffiE 1 1 Die KKkLhY- - iflleonnt residence h at 259 West KWitti qtn et Cincinnati uisiiniore he may day ot each wiek except SATUR Â¬ be foil id AMIOSTIXE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac tollu Remedy Reined for Pueumonlu In luenn Distemper etc Heel and Gall Oint- Â¬ ment mistering ointment Eye Lotions lluslj Ualls Skin Lotion ttart Remedy oim Ponders StlmulutliiB Liniment Uter nu Ionic Lterlne sedathe Wound Dressing toivri iilxtuie Alterative Fluid illnerul Tonic and Cindltlon Powders Hi TRADE MARK ur W KlcKee Hardie HALLS ti Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky 18 0ni Sllilllllllllllinil1llllIllllMlllllllllllltllllllllll Feb I 1 ROYAL SEWING MACHINE I g THE- - -- f HllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllltllllllllLMIItlllllllllllllllllllls WARRANTED Mmm ROUTE 5 YEARS BNJOY Ttmr The Diivct ami Pooular Line to llsBWM1 clIIIIIMItlllllllllllllllllllinillMMllMIIIMIIIIIIIIllllllllie And nil Points NORTH and WEST naaaLnrgo ZIiih Arm lias a holtHOttliiK Ntedlo j J fc Â¬ uasutyllttU iMrnmiro Una More Good Sowinir QlodltleaBnd 5 docs a lau fror Knnco ot General worlc h than nny Sowing Maohlno In tlio World Examine THE ROYAL far points of excellencoj and you will buy noolher llna n Salf tbreadlns Sltuttln Uits No Equal lu Conbtruotlon lliu a Ztleolianlcul Appuaranoe lias im Klegiiut Ilulsli IIus a Iorfoct Adjustment lias n loaltl o Talce ui Vestifauled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers Ami Kor Only First Classs Accommodnlinns Further Information Address 0 P A I S LBrjnt W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE K OR i I ROYAL S M CO ROCkfOrtl HI i iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiictiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiMiiiiiN Jus Buiker G P A Chicngo 111 i riaimmVik rtUmH liiMM-MiTii--i- il - ir fiii iftiiriir nftntiWt-ft- -l Efittfm iiiSrii iii JJi Mi tfff -- - s ftjl 6 J j i HBomm TT ffiiud in i jwppfw iinwiaiiiiii Twiiii cwiirirriiTiiHhr-inniirHTTiTin7TTTnr-rrTiT--- ri iiTT JTnr nrrrrrTT rmniniB Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Ice Cream Freezers Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Fly Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods HraazzsaaRszm Fruit Cans Water Coolers Mason Jars fl U THi RELIGIOUS CJ M BP M gspa oMpa RCTKawKWHRaaHwii I it THE ST CLAIR BRIDGE reaved father has tho sympathy of tho community Methodist Church Rev H G Lewis In Richmond Virginia on Tho Council Settling Down on Three Bids Out of Sixty and Henderson the pastor will preacli Sunday June 25th at 2 a m Mrs to morrow morning at 11 oclock No Sophie Reading wife of W M Lewis the Contract to be Award Â¬ ed Next Monday night service Esq Services from Grace Episcopal Sunday school at 930 a m Church Monday Juno 26th at 530 p The St Clair street bridge matter The Epworth League meets in m Interment in Holy wood Ceme- Â¬ is slowly but surely assuming a defi- Â¬ evening at 730 in the class room tery the bridge The above brief notice will bring nite shape About thirteen Christian Church Rev George sadness to many hearts which knew building companies having about Darsie the pastor will occupy the and loved the deceased She was the sixty bids for as many different plans way in pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock At daughter-in-laof Dr Richmond A for bridges ranged all the to 70 8 p m Union Services and a disthe aggregate from 30000 county and a 000 course by Rev Dr J McOlusky Lewis formerly of this and among such a number of most excellent Christian lady whose bids and varied designs involving a Blayney The Christian Endeavor Society of untimely death makes desolate a mass of fine calculations it has been home of the Christian Church has adjourned bright and happy and idol which no easy task fori a body of unprofes- Â¬ Of a sional men to determine which is the she was the center itB usual prayer meeting till the first gentle loving disposition her home lowest and best bid Engineer J P Sunday evening in September was all in all to her and no one Nelson of Lexington however has its portals but fell under the During July and August the Bap- Â¬ enteredinfluence of tho air of peace sifted the matter to such a point as to magic Christian First and happiness which brooded over enable the council to cast out of tist Methodist the consideration all but three bids Presbyterian and Southern Presby- Â¬ the household For the devoted hus- Â¬ The King Bridge Co of Cleveland OhurcheB will hold Union Serterian band who must now gather his little vices on Sunday nights the various ones about him and take up lifes Ohio which built the Benson bridge pastors taking regular turns in fur Â¬ journey weighted down with sorrow for 62000 the Detroit Bridge Co for 54000 and the Groton Bridge nishing the discourse so great that human hands are power- Â¬ Co of New York for 53000 one of Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay-Â¬ less to lift it from his broken spirit which will probably be accepted at sympathy we heart lor the pastor will conduct the and have a that hefull of be given the meeting next Monday The plans may trust span which will ne- Â¬ public worship at the Baptist Church to bear his burden and ten- Â¬ call for a single No service at strength morning tearing away of all the to morrow derly care for and in some measure cessitate the substitution of night love to those who present piers and the m in the supply a mothers Sunday school at 930 a two new ones on each side a little so sorely need it now chapel further out from the shore than the piers now standing there One com- Â¬ 100 Reward 9100 pany proposes to retain the old bridge First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will Tho readers of the Roundadout for pedestrians and false work for the occupy his pulpit to morrow morning will be pleased to learn that new structure and it is thought that there is at least one dreaded disease either of the others if the contract at 11 oclock No service at night that bciencehasbeonabletocureinall is awarded to them will agree to do its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Southern Presbyterian Church Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure likewise The entire work it is said Rev W G Neville the pastor will now known to tho medical fraternity Â¬ will be finished within four months constitutional dis occupy his pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ Catarrh beinga aconstitutional treatease requires ing at 11 oclock No service at ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Too Muoh Money on Hand directly upon the internally acting night tho President W L Dulaney of the In the afternoon at 4 oclock Mr blood and mucous surfaces offounsystem thereby destroying the Neville will hold his usual monthly dation of the disease and giving the Worlds Fair Commission has report- Â¬ Â¬ service for the children patient strength by building up the ed to the Legislature that the Comassisting nature in mission has on hand an unexpended constitntion and Tho proprietors balance of 4733561 of the 100000 Episcopal Church Rev E A doingsoits work much faith in ita curative appropriated for the purpose of mak have Penick the rector will conduct tho that they offer One Hundred ollars for any case that it faila to ing a proper display of tho resources usual services to morrow at 11 a m cure Send for list of testimonials of the State at the Worlds Fair The and at 8 p m CO F J OHEENEY question naturally arises in the mind Toledo O of every one who has seen the poor The usual 2 Catholic Church Sold by druggists 75o show the State is making at the Fair of the Good services at the Church is why do not the Commissioners go con Â¬ Shepherd to morrow will be Rooms in Chicago ahead and use this money in improv- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Mrs Lizzie Walcutt of this city ing the present display so that it will the pastor has rented and taken charge of a be a credit to the State instead of let- High mass at 8 a m low mass house in Chicago where she is pre- Â¬ tint it remain a disrrrace to us The at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m pared to furnish board or lodging and money Was appropriated for this pur Â¬ The breakfast only if desired Welds Fair can be reached by boat pose and it should bo used at once Deaths or railroad Location quiet and terms Address her at 312 Bis reasonable Tho Verdict UnanimotiB Thomasson Mrs Eliza Thomasson sell street North Side for terms c wife of Mr Saranel Thomasson and 43 2t It pleaflos tho lawyer and liia client of Mr Zack Thomasson mother ordict of the jury In hosiery we can surpass any house loo to have the great jory composed died at her home at Switzer in this in the city in low prices A unanimous of the American public has rendered She was about 68 county Sunday 39 tf S Harris an unanimous verdict on Dr Halos a kind hearted oharita years of age Household Cough Ouro nsa medicine Wanted A live man to represent agreeing that its promises of a speedy ble and devout Christian lady whose loos will bo deeply felt in the com- Â¬ us in this city Previous experienceÂ¬ ouro for coughs colds and bronchial not necessary to tho right man Ad troubles are always carried out to Tho funeral took place dress munity the letter This pleasant verdict has Monday from the Stamping Ground Plymouth Rook Pants Co not boon obtained without great pains 349 Fourth Avenue Louisville iCy Baptist Church taken to mako it the best cough curo Juno 10 Gt Try a bottle when on tho market Payne Fayette Hewitt the four you have a cough or cold and you Bucklons Arnica Salvo year old son of Mr Charles G Payne will belong to the unanimous ever died Wednesday afternoon Ho was Tho best salve in tho world for ofior For salo by P H Carpenter Outs Bruteoa Soros Ulcers Salt 1 the picture of health until two Rheum Fovor Soreey Tetter Chapped druggist m months ago when his stomach be Â¬ Hands Ohilhlams Corny and all Milos Norve and Livor Pills came greatly enlarged and the flesh Skin Eruptions and posiiivoly ouros Â¬ PiloB or no pay reqnirod guar on tho rest of his body gradually dis anteed to give satisfaction It ismoney Act on a now principle regulating or mere skoloton of refunded appeared until the Price 25 cents per box the livor stomach and bowels though As the disease Dr For salo by Phil Oabpkntbb tho child remained tho nerves A now discovery Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness had baffled the skill of the physi Â¬ 8 ly liver piloQ constipa- Â¬ cians here a post mortem examina Â¬ New House For Sale I offer for bad taste torpidfor men women and Splendid tion tion was made and a well defined sale my new house which is just children Hinauosc muuoss bureau case of consumption of the bowels completed on Holmes street Samples free at 60 doses for 25 cents 30 lt J B Hamilton J WGaylofj Frankfort Ky 45 ly was shown to have oxistod Tho be w Â¬ WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Aro Quickly Married Try It En Tows IToxt House Cleaning July2 ly L n MARSHALL V APOL A GAINES L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET FOR SALEl A FOR SALEFOR SALE - GARDEN FARM OF UVi ACRES WELL IM FRAME COTTAGE OF THREE BOOMS loaned Shore htroet South A by 160 A lotTo50a desirablefeet onwith a small amount milesprovfd Franklort on a good turnpike road 3 from party Slue of cash could arrange to sell oti easy weekly payments This property Is several vncant lots trally located und Is very desirable for either dence or business property COTTAGES ON THE THREE located and In good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood Prices 550 750 and 550 or 2000 cash for till property would make a good Invest- Â¬ OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WARREN three This nelltmd WE property at the Forks of Ellchorn consist Â¬ ment as It rents desirable U now paring 19 per parties who month Three ing of a two story frame residence of eight asmall cash payment can arrange can make topaytne rooms a trame cottage of six rooms and In weekly cen- Â¬ resi- Â¬ Forks of Elkhom balance Installments BUILDING LOTS MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WE deslm to cull special uttentlou to the Bar- Â¬ rett lots on Holmes street Two new residenceshave Just been completed on u part of this proprty und we have one more lot Do by 200 feet which we will sell ut a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately J Â¬ FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms nnd residence of flvij ACRES WITH other Improve Â¬ property will be sold This Â¬ Â¬ FORRENT BOOMS COTTAGE A FRAME street we uro OF SEVENproperty IsON In South Side This Conway good ropalr and uuthorlzed to rent It 15 FOR SALE TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE rooms each on North St Claslrstreet und one two story frame resident n of six rooms on Shelby freet between Cross nnd Cninpbell South Side This property M well located nnd would mnke a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet per month at 2 HIGHVIEW TXTE HAVE A DESIRABLE COTTAGE OF FIVE VV rooms on HIghview for snle This prop Â¬ erty has u lot 112 by 102 feet und would make a very desirable home I FOR RENT SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st Broadway Possession ON 100 BUILDING LOTS OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each SALE A NUMBER OF Wilkinson street nt one L B MARSHALL TSHirHJ CO JOHN DRISCOU TABLERSDIIC aJ Liquor Merchant A OUI EYEJILL wna iBMnwk and CERTAIN I full Hue of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A opposite Stute House bmmi known for I5yars SURE W J CHINN JR Of- Â¬ rrtparedLRlClUUDSOXTAXLOKUXD REMEDY FOR PILES LOUIS ST CO Â¬ astho BEST CURE Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 80 1 y Job work neatly exe cuted at this office -- 4bLfcbittfe 9WBWBWt1mMlTJmBmK M r 7 11 Ik 7TMZ IHTSSIIEIiEO8 TO V St Change Our Location for Business Some time this year We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our 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 C and sTarraislx Saddlex3r faints Oils General X dgOrtslxes SSLssvy E3CaxdTK7 SLre Wstll ZFarper Harness urx5 es ZDoors Blinds7 Wagons S ScoringG lass Eria Sash IFipe ZFTixe DPipe mrsX7mlxey Iron Salt E3oc3s Iron Lime Cement blaster Sewex Lace G aiden 1ools Harness Leather Leather 22ims Spolses islxingr Tackle 0 utler3r and Binder Wheels ZE3ope or wine Q aaranteed Hose and La wn Scc IbvdCo-w-ex- s n Aigents for WaJLter Cor Main and Lewis Streets I JL Wood Mio Krers and Binders 4j C E Â¬ M A COLLINS Base Ball The Frankfort Club went to Lex Â¬ ington on Friday evening of last week and defeated the Lexingtons by a score of 4 to 1 and on Wednesday afternoon the Lexington boys re- Â¬ turned the compliment by cleaning up our boys in a olose and exejting game at Lake Park The Lexingtons put in Bradley a left handed pitcher to do the twirling who was a puzzler to the home team but they got one more hit off him than the Lexingtons did off McFarland Neither side scored until the fourth inning when Frankfort got one man across the plate and in the fifth another score was tallied The Lexingtons also made one score in the fifth and in the sixth they made two more which gavo them the game There was consider- Â¬ able squabbling in this inning our boyB claiming that they were com- Â¬ pelled to put out five men before the umpire would declare the side out and that he should not have allowed the man who made the winning run to tally Neither side scored after the sixth the fielding being so lively that the batters were quickly retired In the seventh Horace McFarland nipped what promised to be a three baso lick by a long running catch in right field and fell down just as the ball touched his hands but he held to it manfully He also made the only three base hit of the game The other members of tho club played their positions well but made some costly errors Following is the score c Bradley p Brown Opposite the Farmers Bank tv THE END NEAR the sacrifice of any official or service is to fill up space or print a paragraph W U w PC t N A I bfl r V i t hr i s I i Il K r- rf f V t come to an end next Monday There THE FOURTH OP JULY is no tellinp how many of the mem- Â¬ bers will re assemble hero next Janu- Â¬ ary but as experience in law making Preparations to Celebrate the Day in Great Style Both for the is aB important a factor in good National Independence and workmanship as in house building the Settlement of the be wisdom on the part of it would Capital Question carefully weigh the the electors to present members who claims of the The business men and lodges of may offer for re election and all con Â¬ siderations being equal give them the city are arranging for a grand Capital location and National Indethe preference over their opponents pendence celebration on the Fourth Muoh unfounded abuse has been of July At a meeting last Tuesday heaped upon this Assembly by the press of the State and any such pre- Â¬ night at tho court house Mr W S judice arising therefrom should not Dehoney was made chairman Noel find lodgment with fair minded people Gaines secretary and L F JohnsonÂ¬ whose interests inthe governmentthe treasurer and at the meeting Wedmembers have honestly and faith- nesday nightthe following committee fully advocated and upheld The re on arrangements was selected W quirments of the situation to revise S Dehoney chairman Messrs 0 A all the laws of the State and the Nelson Thos Todd P A Fuhs Wm doubtful points in the construction Gorman E Power Russell Sneed of the Constitution on which even James Sower V BerbericH H Ahler the Court of Appeals was not in full Ben Farmer and John B Dryden A accord ought to be largely set down committee on finance consisting of in extenuation for the unprecedent- five members from tho- city and one ed session of 531 days Absenteeism from each precinct in tho county was did not prevail at this session to any named and Messrs Power Franklin greater extent than heretofore in and Dryden appointed on the pro- Â¬ proportion to the circumstances of gramme and Messrs Howard and an extreme duration in which there Diehle a committee to wait upon the were seasons and occasions demand Â¬ business menand ascertain the names ing the presence of the members at of all who desire to have decorated floats in the procession home The work of a legislator is be a mon tedious and laborious and his re Â¬ It is proposed that there ster parade of the uniformed socie- Â¬ ward when the separation from his industri- Â¬ family and business is considered is ties and the commercial and al displays of tho city and an im- Â¬ at best exceedingly small But as a mense barbeoue where feasting just tribute to this assembly it may music dancing and speeohes may en- Â¬ truthfully be said it is in the main State who can composed of as honorable trust able everybody in the present and enjoy to be worthy and capable representatives attend Frankforts double jubilee next Tues Â¬ of all classes and occupations as day ever gathered in this city to make laws for many years past and if they He Takes it all Back have erred in any instance to answer the ends for which their constit- - Albert Charlton the member of uences sent them they are at least en the Legislature from Louisville who titled to fair treatment by the press told the Louisville papers a nice little and the people and the credit of faith Â¬ fairy talo about the wholesale brib- Â¬ fully striving to perform their duty ery of the members of the Legislature as in the light of the circumstances by friends of Frankfort to induoe they could best determine it They them to vote to locate the capital committed no waste in the sense of a permanently in this city has taken it reckless indifference to the peoples all back and swears ho never said it money or welfare and before laws According to the Louisville papers are fairly in operation it is certainly he was very bold in making too early for carping critics to speak the charge when he returned to of the quality and character of the his home just after tho vote was work accomplished by the body taken and said he would not retract Unfortunately there is too much a the same but when ho was notified custom with newspapers to deal in by tho House of Representatives that platitudes defaming all branches of he must return hero and explain or the government until now the high Â¬ make good his statements else he est courts of the land in the minds of would bo expelled he wrote a letter the unthinking masses stand on no denying the whole business And more elevated plane than the police now tho question arises did Charlton court and the Legislatures whioh lie or the papers lie on him ought to have the support of- the press as tho voice of the people are Will Close Tuesday hold in no greater estoom than a school boys declamation society All tho merohants of tho oity with There are always a few controlling a few exceptions will close up thoir spirits though in every community business houses on Tuesday and give upon whom tho thinking and aoting thoir clerks and omployos a chanco for tho masses devolve and to them to enjoy tho glorious Fourth Thero it may bo said that if they desire to will bo two games of baso ball played maintain their cherished interests in at Lake Park on that day and numor a free- government and have repre Â¬ ous picnics will ho given near town sentatives in office who aro honest so that everyone will have a chanco well moaning and able to perform tho to enjoy a day in the open air duties required of thorn thoy will frown upon tho attempts of would be Tho cheapest and best Machine Oil 42 tf critics whoso highest aim even at is sold by luastin Bros Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - The General Assembly Without in a newspaper Such unjust criticism blights honest effort and the Cause A Much Abused Body aspiration of true men to merit the will Adjourn next Monday esteem of their fellow citizens and it can not bo too severely condemned The longest session of the Legisla- both by voice and ballot ture in the history of the State will Â¬ I1BIE 5 I i HP OF BISPLHY 5ffl t HANDSOME VTroSLiuy V 1 PATTERNS M R ROGERS lor removing Stumps and Kockb IvO W PRICES vl MS Mar 18 ly VUlMfl E Safe easily bundled and cheap SON GRTPPTTH IHAUIJLJL EVIcKEE DRXTC G IST SBMPLE tor yuarry iuen and Well diggers For full information and price address LOUISVILLE KY c A t i Walluce cf Lexington ah u Id 4 4 1 il VanWinkle 8b Scott lb Boswell 2b Terry If Conover rf Totals Llndsey H lb Wlntersmltn DuvLs Zaunerss 4 3 3 3 3 3 31 AB 4000150 0003 100210 2 0 1 1 1 bh po 0 3 0 8 a 1 e W HARDIE KY 3 0 2 1 4 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 14 0 6 K 1 3 0 27 BH HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of PATENT FlUNKFORT c 4 a 4 4 IB 0 1 MaKurlund Llndsey W3b McFarland II M rf A D p Hale cf Llndsey N 2b Barrettlt 4 4 4 34 3000042 4100111 10 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 A 8 0 4 6 5 2 1 0 000 100 DRUGS AND 0 1 3 0 2 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 MEDICINES C ZTotals Innings Frankfort Lexington 7 i o 24 12 6 And cordially ask our friends to give us a call 21 12345678 --T W MKEE HARDIE 00001200 ly Jan 00011 0000 3 2 L GAYLE jrVi - Earned Runs Frankfort 1 Lexington 1 Two Base Hit Conover Three Base Hit H McFarland Stolen Bases Zahner Wullace Halo Double Plays Wallace and Scott Boswell Scott and Zahner Base on Balls Zabner Hll by Pitcher N Llndsey A D McFarland Wild Pitches McFarland 1 Struck Out By Bradley 6 by McFarland 4 Time of Game One hour and fltty flve minutes Umpire Mr King of Lexington Scorers Messrs Wallace and McCluro S Harris will sell you a good brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a Deputy Collector L P Tarlton re- Â¬ good check cotton at 5 cents a yard and ports the following collections made yard a good calico cotton at 5 cents a Our stock of China silks at his ofilce fancy Ginghams Orope Cloth and For the month of June Challies is complete 89 tf 1893 Internal Revenue Collections 16083360 For the fiscal year ending Â¬ June 30 1893 133285130 Chesapeake HEW YORK TON Ohio Ry Wanted PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ ii This afternoon at 4 oclock the Dan- Â¬ ville Club will cross bats with the Frankforts at Lake Park and a good game is expected as tho Danville boys are a strong team Dr W E Baxter and Dr W H Dade tho directors of the Frankfort Baso Ball Olub have secured the services of Mr Mason Barret to man ago tho club for them and ho will hereafter have ohargo of tho club while Mr Weislgor Llndsey will still continue to captain the team when on tho field Or you oro all worn out really good for noth Try lnjr It la Bonoral debility BOSTOKand all Eastern Cities Ladies and gentlemen snffeilng with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottlo of Ottos Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN Jure which wo are distributing free POINTS of charge and we can confidently recommend itt as a Rupenor remedy Tlmocnrdln effect Nov 1st 1892 lor uougus uouis Bronchitis Con- KABT SOUND sumption and all diseases oi the Lve Lexington Iuugs throat and It will stop Atlanta Express No 22 tlally 715 am couch mucker than niiv known Midland AeeomNo2ti ilulh ex Sun 1140 a m 015 i m remedy We will guarantee it to cure Veitlbuleil Express No2t lilly you If your children have croup or MtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex SunG3Ui u WEST HOUNI whooping cough It is sure to give Arr instant relief Dont delay but got LexliiKton iccom No 27 dolly exSun Lexington 8 00 a m a trial bottle free Large size 60o Loulsvlllo Express No 21 tlally 1245 1 m Lexington Accom No 2dnllyexSun4 15 p u Sold by Chapman Williams Vestlbuled Express No 23dally 6151 u 46 tl 4 it 4j w W fM I P TO Ult you HA OK A CTUiS For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ It wul cura Bitowwk a good appetite ikon mvrmtH cleanse your Ucr and glvo ble or Indigestionuse without change No lius transfers Folkl Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York O W BROWNS IRON BITTERS nW FULLER Goul Puhs Agt Washington D 0 HARNEY D P A OUUYAN Asst Genl Pass Apt Cincinnati Lexington Ky MmmMm f- - KVV n r T K I 4 r M Jil K t SH53RSK3JHSPEJHBWRBBH 1 KMKSWBMa9WaRIaaS53gB YH wrxmsKmsstmcmxi ZXMZSMSMMSniSSBTSMlXmSK I SWEEPING Cmuwi HHHHHSBBMH REDUCTIONS arrKnnxum Btm mram SWEEPING REDUCTIONS iaaS ftiamm xecaj - II - II II FURNISHINGS AND HATS JEUEiaist have tli GjSLJES NO SALE LIKE IT EVER iV J BL A H SUIT - SALE - UNEQUALED FU Â¬ IN RANKFORT OUULO ff I IK Dollars gives you choice of our entire stock of Finest Business Suits Sacks and Cutaways finest Fancy Worsteds Serges Homespuns etc 20 and SiS Suits take choice of These Suits represent the finest of our Spring all for 15 purchase and arc as standard and reliable goods as are made in America Lower than July prices right now 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 1800 take pick now for 12 i 4k3fr zL Gfejf CCS vS 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 gi 50 Cents Gauze Undershirts Cents Boys Shirt Waists fnfc vfcJ pfnAnnr frf rrrfA Oiling v UWU Mifiitv WUlllJg li4r 1 1 UiL sr OlWQi I JLJLlVl iJtWk I Cents Boys Penang Shirt Waists f to gi Better grades 50c up II 9 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 55 Â¬ Boys Hosiery 2 price to close Men and Boys Neckwear 25c 35c 50c and 75c M - i 4 and HATS HATS HATS Mens Boys and Childrens Straws ioc 15c 25c 50c and 75c Pay your money and take your choice BIG VALUES to select from Big stock 2dDuist 33o Closed m PRIITPHF R STARK k STARK iW2Baa iwmmxwiwmmmaikmaiia ti A I 7 rTCarrASsaag Attacked by a Steor iagsmQatfii BHBaBBiaBMiaaHaaHCBaaaiaBBaBBSBBaBI a valuable accession to the society of recievod coming from the Richmond Small Farm for Sale WORLDS FAIR NOTES this city in which he will make his and Danville system from Charleston S C through Columbia S C the A Few Pointers About Chicago A small farm of twenty acres well Mr Albert Joffers was driving a headquarters beautiful French Broad country and improved and two miles from this steer through the streets Wednesday Ashville N 0 and Knoxville TenAn Alliance Organizer As a great many readers of the city on agood pike is offered for sale nessee morning when the animal became a bargain apply Roundabout will make thoir first at this office For terms c 29 The time to Chicago is made so as at excited and attacked Miss Louise tf to afford the most convenient hours trip to Chicago during the Worlds Hon Ralph Beaumont of New Holladay of Spottsylvania county Fair a few pointers regarding the for departures from the principal geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ Virginia who was crossing Wapping York National Organizer of the cities and arrivals in Chicago Farmers Alliance will address the Passengers can purchase tickets ciated In the first place fix firmly street at the intersection of St Olair people of this county on the ovenincr good over one line north of the river in your mind that Lake Michigan knocked her down and bruised her - Monday July 10th boundary StumoBtandquloKest between the of If the weather and returning via another if they de- Â¬ forms city eastern you stand of the up considerably Fortunately and if faoing sire a variaole route without extra entire -wumuo charge Or they can go via Cincin- Â¬ the lake with both arms outstretched CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT had no horns or she might have huujjb 01 me staie xiouse ju are in nati returning Tia Louisville or vice the loft hand will point to the north ran been killed The steor then Only direct Hue between and the right hand will point straight to come and hear him versa through the streets with Mr Jeffors vited Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ down the tracks of the Big Four after him finally going out of the city duced rates Agents of Chicago line route to the Worlds Fair buildings Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Fail to do Thoir Duty by way of the tunnel through which will on request aasist in looking up situated at the southern end of the lisle Kaygyille Cyathiani Fal Â¬ rooms or accomodation for visitors city Paste this in your hat and you he gave Mr Sam Sanders and one of Everybody has at times- failod to have the key to the entire situation do their duty towards themselves to the Fair hjs little nephews a lively chase He mouth and Comgton Everything that an almost perfect Coming into Chicago on trains of the Hundreds of lady readers suffer from started up the railroad and as the 10 sick headache nervousness sleep Â¬ system can devise to deserve the Big Four Route which is the only oclock passenger train was coming lessness and female troubles Let and patronage of the traveli- railroad having an entranoe on the ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND ng public has bfcen provided Any south side along the lake front where down at the time Mr Jeffers got off them follow the example of Mrs H of the agents of the company named all the hotels and boarding houses Herbechter Stevens Point Wis his horse and tried to drive the steer who for five below will cheerfully give all possi- are located you will find yourself TRAINS RUN BY GENTE1AL STflNDJfBS years goffered TIME off the track when it attacked him from nervous prostration andgreatly ble information and assistance R passing practically through the expo Â¬ sloep and and forced him to take to his horse lessnefcs tried physicians and jdiffer H Garrett New Orleans La I sition grounds of a magnificent pan- Â¬ TIME TABLE MAY 27 1893 the fair is obtained again The steer then took to the ent medicines without snecess Bat Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc- Â¬ oramic view At the Worlds Fair station of the one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine Gregor Birmingham Ala E T 4 Virk rtl-nht IUD1UD a M v M p h UilUll Ull UUO fvintrls Ulf UD fmnnlr uuu uavii ntirl uiuauu nuuiiu mcujj every iugnt aua Charlton Chattanooga Tenn W D Big Four route if you step off at the TRAINS EAST No 1 No 8 No 7 along in it while the train Hhe is feeline like a new DersoV Mrs Cozatt Junction City Ky or D G right side you are at the entrance walked gate to the exposition and can begin rushed by him paying no attention to Elizabeth Wheeler Laramie Oifcv Edwards Cincinnati Ohio A 7 00 12 45 doing the Fair at once if you stop Lv Frankfort 340 although there was Wyoming who tried all other remor 700 340 1255 it whatever off on the left side you will find your- Â¬ Lv Summit cnos declares tnat after three weeks Lv KIKhora 711 3 5J 110 scarcely room enough for his body use of the Nervine for Headaoho self in the finest resident portion of LvSwItzer 71B 400 125 Worth Knowing Chicago and right in the midst of L stumping Ground 719 411 145 between the cars and the cliff Mr Nervous Prostration etc she was Lv Duvall 73ti 165 48 203 Mntiy thousand people have found tho Worlds Fair hotel and boarding Lv Johnson Sold by J W Jeffers finally succeeded in getting entirely relieved 742 424 a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re house district Tho chances are ten Lv Georgetown D 749 4 31 1 220 uayie Trial uotr io ireo him home and into the pasture h oror to one that you will be Within a few Lv 0 S Depot 768 4C0 245 Newtown 808 612 305 it you have never used this great minuteB walk of the very place jou Iv Centrevllle Lv 81G 510 320 Worlds Fair and American Rail specific focrtho prevailing malady of have selected for your headquarters Lv Elizabeth My little boy was very bad off for 820 616 330 ways tlio ago Dyspepsia Livor Complaint K80 0 025 845 If you prefor to go down town ton Ar Parle two months with aiarrncea we useu Jihetimatibm Oostivenoss PA M P M 1 M P M Nervoas minutes ride will bring you to tho various medicines also called in two No 2 No 4 No 8 INolii The Queen Credent Route Exhaustion Nervous Prostration new Twelfth Street Btation in the THAIN3 WEST doctors but nothing done him any c D50 905 frond until wa iisnd OhnmbflrlfiinR widely know as the road running the Sleeplessness and all diseases arising heart of tho city Now bear in mind Lv Purls M6 Kll7iibeth 915 600 527 Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remo- - FlnBt Trains in the South is in from derangement of the stomach the manifest advantage of entering Arr Centervlllo 920 00J 463 y everyoouy irom the liver and kidneys we would be Chicago on the Big Four route to In Ar Newtown dy which gave immediate relief and 92 i 012 443 G 30 Ar U 8 Depot 949 421 soon cured him I consider it the South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago jnensed to give you a package of this tho first place you avoid entirely tho ArfieorRotoun n 1010 74D 635 of the Southern countrv is great nerve tonic free of charge bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬ Ar Johnson best medicine made and can con- - N9 6 U 1017 803 15 Chapman Williams fer across tho city which Jb neces Ar Dmall scientiously recommeud it to all who loft uncared for by this creat raihvav 0 43 1023 812 and its connections sary via all other linos being landed Ar Stamping Ground 10 30 IJ56 882 The Through need a diarrhoea or colic medicine Swltzor 7 03 104J 862 Car System is an admirable exposi Our stock of vehicles waB never so directly at the exposition grounds Ar Kikhorn J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 50 tion ol the wonderful capabilities Ar 1049 716 905 of large All grades all prices Noth- Â¬ an advantage offered by no other Ar Summit for sale by J W Gayle cent bottles jo5i 721 915 A 1105 American railroading 780 925 43 From New ing sold that is not fully guaranteed lino and in the second place you can Ar Frankfort Orleans through sleeping cars run Get our prices before buying so fix tho geography of the city in daily morning and evening carrying your mind that you will at once be 37 tt MASTIiST BROS A connocta with L Assistant Inspector of Mines N its passengers via Cincinnati or Louiscome as familiar with Chicago as you B connects with Q C and L8 0 connects with K C ville as tJioy may select Saddles from 3 to 25 Harness are with your own town Mr Warner Underwood Grider of From Shroveport Vicksburcr and from 5 Another point in favor of the Effective Muv to 60 Mastin Bros 27th and the Bowling Green who since the open Â¬ Jackson anothor through sleeping Big Four route is found in the fact following Sunday scheduleduringbe In summer tho will oiled cornea to jdin and become a that if you enter Cincinnati on the ing of the Worlds Fair has been a i car line part of the magnificent vestibuled SUNDAY TRAINS Queon Orescent route Louisville Millinery passenger agent for the whaloback through trains which passing througl East No 5 745 Nashville R R Kentucky Central Georgetown 840 leuves Frankfort 15 n a m m Nn Purls 9 Our socond stock of millinery has Ry Chesapeake sceeie sieamor uoiuiudus tnac piles Birmingham and the famous Wills Ohio Ry or Bal Â¬ 3 leaves Frankfortarrives patin Georgetown 450 340 Chicago and the Fair Valley of Alabama is joined at Chat just arrived and if you want bargains timore Ohio S W R R connection arrives at Paris 5 25 p in between Wkst Paris 030 a grounds has boeu appointed Assist ta00Sft by the train from Jackson- - call at once and you will find theÂ¬ is made in Union depot avoiding tho town 105No 0 leavesFrankfort 1105 m George4Â¬ nm villo Florida Brunswick and Atlan- - best and cheapest millinery in Frank disagreeable transfer necessary via leaves Pnrlsarrives ut Georgetown 030 No pm urrlves ant Mine Inspector under Inspector j tn Georgia over the E T V Ga fort at S Harris all other linos For full partioulars at Frankfort560 p in 730 Mr Grider camoJRy 0 J Norwood and proceeds north over the D B Martin address The Kentucky Midland Railway Cincinnati General Passenger agent Cincinnati tions form the shortest and cheapest and connecSouthern here Thursday and qualified and has beautiful route to all west entered upon the discharge of hie Sffi SffiffiffSSS Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with Childrens hats In all shades kinds points north south east and PPlL to their acents FriJrAhernformftton iuuob no is a young gentleman 01 try in the world to Oakdalo where non slinnin corrucrated tires fullv and shapes at prices to please all 0 D BKROAW E B WKIf ZEL Gen Pass Agt City Ticket Agent uuuuru auu ruunemenc auu win raatco auotuor mngnilicont Pullman car is warranted Roberts agent 30 tf S Hahris GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ey m I T0 AI I - j Â¬ - I l U I V I I I K It 1 Â¬ I I Â¬ J 1 I LA I viww rtr 5IWWIBHWPtWB7HRrvAy Br flwe 3 isrr i Ti tHHHIil stiBPnirzia 1 1893 Vol XVI No 43 Supplement to The Frankfort Roundabout COLUMBIAN Saturday July i Xt FIRED INTO THE CARRIAGE THE Mrs SF J Trabuo MrRobt Tra buo and Mr Jamos Berry Slight Â¬ FOURTH ly Woundod and If Whisky Did It Tho Ofibnso Not Lossonod I i i i Tho ehooting into tho surrey con- Â¬ taining Mrs S P J Trabuo hor brother Mr Jamos Borry and son Mr Robert Trabuo occasioned con- Â¬ siderable excitement on tho streets Wednesday night It was suppqsed from the sudden and unexpected oc currence as related by tho ocoupants of tho carriage that it was tho work who for some of a fanoiod cause had a grievance to- Â¬ wards somo member of the family but lator developments probably placo the matter in a more harmless if not in a moro extenuating light As tho surrey on its way to the city about 8 oclook reachod Mike Ga- Â¬ llerys store a gun was exploded from the direction of the lot adjoining Ga- Â¬ llerys and number sovon shot passed like a shower of hail through the car- Â¬ riage Tho moon was as bright as day but as each of tho party experienced tho pain of an injury and did not know whether it was serious or trifling nor whether it had come from ono or many they did not stop to look for their assailant but hastened the speed of tho animal to the city and went direotly to the Capital Ho- Â¬ tel where they wero attended by Dr E E Hume An examination showed that they had sustained merely flesh wounds Mrs Trabuo receiving one on tho front part of her scalp and several shots in her shoulder Mr Trabue one shot which pierced the lobe of his to bo largest oar three on his scalp and another fastest tho grandest tho Lakes safest and speed 20 steamers on whioh penetrated the under side of miles per hour running time between bis righ jaw and lodgod somewhere Cleveland Toledo and Chicago leas than Four trips per week between in his gum and Mr Berry several on 50 hoursDetroit Alpena Mackinac Petos Toledo tho log While the wounds are all of a key and Chicago Daily trips between trifling nature it was meroly the good Detroit and Cleveland during July and fortune of tho party that enabled them August double daily service will be main Â¬ tained giving a daylight ride to escape a permanent injury to their Erie Daily service between across Lake Cleveland y ears and eyes and the offense is not and First class stateroom in the least lessened by tho absence accommodations and menu and exceed- Â¬ Tho pala of a malioious design The police af ingly low Round Trip Rates the appoint- Â¬Â¬ tial equipment the luxury of ter the lapse of an hour in which ments makes traveling on these steamers they made an investigation in tho thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ neighborhood arrested Jerry V trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz Ck A Detroit Downing aud took him before Squire vOP Detroit Mich Cleveland Steam Nav McDonald who released him on a bond of 500 with Messrs Tobin and Are You Going to the ExP Brawner as his sureties Downing will have a hearing some time to day If you are contemplating a trip to or Monday and if as it has been al- Â¬ Chicago during the great Columbian leged his only excuse is whisky he Exposition and want a real flrst clasB should not escape tho penalty of a place to stop where everything is orime which whisky aggavates done up in regular old Kentucky style write to Mrs S F Richardson Forks of Elkhorn 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to save you quarters in her house Mrs The Misses Taylor of Lexington and Miss Maggie Graham of Frank Richardson is a former Frankfort fort are the guests of Mrs Dr Keight lady widow of tho late Owen TRich ley ardson and ono of the nicest of Mrs Sallio Hockersmith who has house keepers Hor terms are reason- Â¬ resided in Missouri for several years able and she should be liberally past has returned to this her native patronized by people from her old county where sho will make her 32 tf home home in the future All of the county teachers aro re- Big Exoimtont in Town to meet in Frankfort Satur 1893 at which time he ay July 9th Franklin County Teachers Associa- Â¬ Ovor the remarkable euros by the tion will be re organized The meet- Â¬ irrandoat specific of the age Aunt ing will begin promptly at ten Fannys Health Restorer which acta is a natural laxative stimulates the oclock digestive organs regulates the liver Wade Trlplett sustained a very and kidneys and is natures groat painful injury of tho right arm last healer and health renewer Tuesday If you have Kidney Blood Mrs Sarah Feathorston and daught Â¬ DiBorderdo not delayLiver orcall at but er Miss Jennie havo each been quite Chapman Williams drug store for a sick during the past week free trial package Large size 50o 40 Misses Katie Cannon and Sue Wil korson attended the funeral of Mrs at Stamping Dr Halos Household Ointment Eliza Thomasson Ground last Tuesday Mr H O Greenup is able to be out Fb the finest remedy in the world it absolutely cures catarrh It cures again after a six weeks illness Neuralgia and Cures The protracted meeting at the Piles like magicRheumatism Rheum Cures Salt has resulted in sev- Â¬ in the most ooetbing manner Cures Christian Church eral additions to the church Inllauied and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Hon John F Davis and wife of Cures Coughs and Colds Sholbyvillo vhuted their danghtor taken internally A positive specific Mrs Dr Buckuor here last Sunday or Pneumonia Outs Bruises Bums Chilblains Soros of long standing Dr O K Wullaco of Woodlako Corns and Bunions are cured quickly who has been professionally engaged different from aU else superior to all In Chicago for several months is at else it has m equal 25 and 50c boxes home again Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 Oapt W T B South has returned ters drug store home from a business trip to Eastern Kentucky Cheap Flowers Mrs Nellie Craig of Kansas City Mo is visiting relatives in this com- Â¬ Parties wishing oheap roses can buy munity them at E Powers green house 20 for 100 He is Mrs Mattie Orom and little daugh Â¬ all kindB except soiling rosebuds of American Beauties ter Pinkie of Beards station aro at 75 cents per dozen visiting relatives in this placo would-bo-assaasin Â¬ Tho Biggest Fourth of July Cele- Â¬ road will soil round trip tickets to Chicago via Louisville going any bration of Many Years Im route and returning via Cincinnati mense Domonstations at any route Also going via Cincinnati any route returning via Louisville Various Points any route going via Louisville any At the various cities along the lino route returning via Louisvlllo samo of the Queen and Crescont Route the or any other route cood via Cincin Fourth of July thiH year will bo cele- nati any route and returning via brated with unusual demonstrations Cincinnati samo or any other route Ball gamed illuminations picnics or will soil tickets any way a person river excursions parades military chooses It is the shortest quickest drills fire works balloon ascensions and has the best accomodations of and speech making will be included any road to Chicago Leave Foank fort 3 p m arrive Chicago 7 a m in tho ceremonies This is the only route that oners you To assist in making tho occasion a success the Quoon and Orescent but ono chango of cars between Baggage Route will sell tickets to any point on Frankfort and Chicago the system at one and ono third fare checked through sleeping car berths Round trip for the round trip Those tickets will reserved free of charge bo sold good to use July 2d 3d and 1516 4th and will be good for roturn until Choap Rates on the Midland and including July 7th For further information as to rates etc call on agents D G Edwards The Kontuoky Midland Railway G P A Cincinnati Ohio wil sell tickets to Young Peoples Society Christian Endeavor Montre- Â¬ al Canada July 6 to 9 1893 Fare for la Marriage a FailuroP round trip from FranKfort 2497 Epworth League Have you been trying to get the Cleveland Ohio July 2 Convention 1893 Fare host out of existence without health for round trip from Frankfort g9 97 in your family Have you been North American wearing out you life from the effects land Ohio July 11 Sangerfest Cleve to of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and from Frankfort 997 14 1893 Faro Indigestion Aro yon sleepless t Colored night Do yon awake in the morning HarrodsburgAssociation of Baptists Ky August 4 1893 feeling lwagaid with coated tosgon for round and sallow kaggard looks Dont do Farereturn 270 trip from Frankfort it A shotffc is the camp toUa few and for tiokets Certificate plan Ask via Kentucky MidAunt Fannys Heatth Restorer hm and Railway cured others it will once you Trial packs Largo size 50c at Iree Hunters and Fishermens Rates Chapman WBthuas 48 Tho Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to parties of hunters THB LAKB ROUTB TOTHB WORLDS PAW and fishermen not less than three VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC in party to points on O S R R at one and one third fare for the round Avoid tho heat and dust by traveling trip and from Frankfort to Switzer on tho Floating Palacos of tho Detroit and return 30 cents to Elkhorn and Cleveland Steam Navigation Company return 25 cents Two now steel passenger steamers havo just been built for this UpperLako route coating 300000 each and aro guaranteed Confederate Re union at Birming Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Great Tkeat to People Going to Worlds Faik Tho L N Rail- Â¬ IoHmXWTIimbBiefS viy era IBuCslAfllHflfl 1 flWJEHI July 30 ly EID Alaska cc - - SEUEX Qv7 LJE I2ST STOVES AND TINWARE 236 ANN STREET i j 99 Charcoal Filled Refrigerators ham July 16th to 19th the Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Birmingham Alabama and return at one faro for the round trip account of the On Â¬ c a jc jw k mrJF jBm Confederate Re union Put-In-Ba- KipBl CURE I lIBiHHCeBIfl cfllBHPlte 23 Cares Consumption Coughj Cronp Sore Throat Sold by all Di ukkisU on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chett Shiloha Porous 5 centa Plaiter will give great atifaction Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn saya Shttoha Vitall2cr PAVED MY LIFE I consider ittlubatrcmcdv for adebaitattdswtcm For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Icveruicd trouble it excels Price 75 eta SHILOHS VITALIZE Havo vou Catarrh Try thia Remedy Itwiu relievo and Cure you Price 60 eta This In Â¬ jector or I ta sucoeaaf ul treatment la furnished free Shllohs Remedies are sold by ua oa a guarantee to give satisfaction S Jan HILOHsyCATARRH REMEDY 111 The Quick Meal sales In 1801 uinounted to 36242 ftove The Quick Meal sales since Its first appearance on the market run up to 164955 stoves The Quick Meal Is the only stove which offers absolute safety utjulnst accldeits Because the Quick Meal Is the oilr stove having burners that cannot ho opened farther than necessary Because the Quick Meal la the only stove having a tanK that cannot he taken on for tilling un Â¬ less all the burners are closed Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having an Indicator to show when the burners are open or closed Because the Quick Meal Is the nly stove having glass tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when the stove Is In use Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having all pipes made of untl rust material Because the Quick Meal Is the only stove having the needle point of the burners made of German sliver which makes them absolutely inde- Â¬ structible Because the Qui k Meal Is the only stove having a rlni on the cast iron bur er tops extending over the burner drum and tubes thus protecting them against the dripping from the cooking vessels ill ft tf For sale by W 28 ly McKee Hardie Â¬ HALLS OLD STANP THE JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO 4 4 Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STHBET BasEUiEnt nf 0 HHnBalMBH short time the Capital HnieL w BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Inside Castings Well Galvanized LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides one continu- Â¬ ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood ANNOUNCEMENT RIEEfAY SPRAMLE -- CO For Senator an authorized to announce wHon W W Uiridp i iiiiiifv oTiDiiiipuinv ii cilliihKlto We PROPRIETORS OF- - ButterMadejnStolO Minutes AGENTS WANTED in every town Single churns sold in localities whore we havo no aqrents at wholesale prices to introduce them Coal for Circular ft Price Hit for Senator frbinthl district subject to the ac tion ot the uomocruuc nam ir LeMffli Coal Domestic and Mininii Co junea te and Steam OF Coal M BROWN TOB BALE BY CO O WAPAKONETA Wm WUIGIIT UI East Main St Frankfort Ky Juue 24 The only patent churn which will bear a guarantee Jin Mfl3TI1QCASTITT They build NOdTAllYINO ness or pleasure nil neulth beautify the ui uml Improve the gen NO WRINKLES Lucy R TOmplexlon and leave Three bottles of our Obisity Pills re- writes u duceiimy weight ironizza puuuus w never felt better In all mj life I am much pleased with the result and shall do all I can 10 our patrons Include Phslcluns help you Hankers Lawyers and lendeis ot Society Our goods ure not sold In drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our ottlee Price per pack by mull pre age tiOO or three p ckages for paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL COHltfcS PONDENCE CONFIDENTIAL i c1lit T7HVrY nw Wlllurds o Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds a month No Interference with busi Â¬ injury to the health FAT PEOPLE y MANUFACTURERS Helenwood Tenn C STEELE Salesman June 0 lm WorK Worry and Disease WILLAHD REMEDY CO BOSTON MASS B13TWQCAUTT Apl Mm A Prominent Lady Arrostod Much attention at a Washington ball by her remarkable appoaranco of health Tho glow of health and tho charm of beauty need not depart from so many women when certain remedy exists in Dr Plercos Favo rite Prescription for their functional and organic diseases It properly euros nausea indigestion bloating weak back nervous prostration do bility and slooplessnoss Strength is renewed energy returns and boauty again blooms It iB purely vogotablo Druggists and pefrctly harmloss Â¬ Cheap Ratos on tho L The L N N Railroad will sell round trip tickets to points named bolow at ono and one third faros To celebra- Â¬ tion of St Johns Day at Louisville Juno 23d and for trains arriving morning of tho 21th tickets good to roturn until June 25th to Kontuoky Chautauqua at Lexington June 27th ORMS E G MATTERS otkie- aro a foimldable trio yf t the weak person frequently has to meet all or tiem nt once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound OXVOKN and ours only The count-le-- s demonstrations of 23 jeans war- Â¬ rant this reply Our treutmentlsnvallabln for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of these fentuies Is obvious What aboit jour need A book ufcxplauatloiiaini proof yours to consider If asked for uow 1 Drs 1WU Dec 2 My Arch Street Philadelphia STARKEY PALENv Pa huvelt a to July 7th inclusive good to return Â¬ ing until July 8th to Knights of Mat Hod all Worm Remedies Honor celebration at Louisville EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEED Juno 29th and trains arriving at SOLID EVERYWHERE Eouiavillo morning of 30th return Ptittni by BICU1BD805T1YL0R MID CO BTLOUU limited to July 3d mn ES CREAM V IR11EME FlltllTlll Pi FOR 20 YEARS 334 MAIN STREET WMCROMWELI ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W RBAZ BSTATB AGENA TM COURTS Ot adjoining eountlea is attention to th purohas and eale of raal eatate collection f nti ctsJoo and the sfoUtton of loans luriK t IN T will Alio giro iDAclal mlhl MUCTIOTth Kranklln nod FRANKFORT KY f fmfjfiii ywmWrn1 W BbW Bp gill w J - sM V v A ta - st f lvv - flj -- v- - l f U v v - l p V t I - nii - u ui 4 1 - - wnvav r wfc1 - s j - w tA- - V1 V 1 w