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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mjWWwIr Tee Prakkfobt Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher kf A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO YOL XVI FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JULY 22 1893 paper and then in nob less than thirty days niter the passage of the ordinance if no petition is filed in 46 USfcitf5pfJU If you wish pik EiNPoWoErv Absolutely Pure the lightest sweetest finest cake biscuit and bread Royal Baking Powder is indispensable 1 in their preparation The Purest and the Strongest Prof M A Scovell Director of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station says My analyses of baking powders of general sale in this State show the Royal to be a cream of tartar baking powder frte from ammonia alum that its constituents lime or any adulterations are better proportioned and that it has a larger amount of leavening gas than any of the others analyzed the circuit court the council may by ordinance annex to the city the territory described or reduce the limits as the case may be If one or more residents or free Â¬ holders of the territory proposed to b3 annexed or stricken off file a peti- Â¬ tion in the circuit court opposing the purpose of the council summons 8 mil issue thereon upon the Mayor or members of the council and the case shall be tried as an equity cause but without the intervention of a jury If the court find that less than one fourth of the freeholders of the territory to bo annexed or stricken off have remonstrated and that the adding to or striking off of such territory will be of intorest and cause no manifest injury to the own- Â¬ ers of the property therein located a judgment shall accordingly be ren- Â¬ dered in favor of the annexation or monstrated then such annexation or reduction shall not take place unless the court shall find from the evidence that a failure to annex or strike off will materially retard the prosperity of such city and of the property own- Â¬ ers within the described limits There shall be no appeal and no change of venue If the ijudgmenfc be adverse to annexation or reduction no further attempt to carry the plan into effect shall be made within the two years after the judgment has been rendered If any city be an nexed to another the city so annex Â¬ ing shall be bound for all debts and liabilities and shall bo the owner of all corporate property franchises and rights of the city so annexed Sec 27 Once in every five years the council may have a map made of the streets alleys blocks and lots in the city and the name and owner of each lot which shall be competent evidence in any and all courts Sec 28 The council may once in every five years have all the ordinances of a general nature then in force printed indexed bound and published whiehshall be competent evidence in any and all courts Â¬ Â¬ tSSSiffiSi sit waist Clearing AT sale MTSTEH Has been the talk of the town We will sell as long as tjiey last at same prices advertised last week that more than striking off If the court find one fourth have re- Â¬ If you want to get your size We will also put on sale THIRTY FIVE HANDSOME SILK SHAWLS OR SCARFS Beautiful for evening wear in all the delicate Shades Light Blue Pink Salmon Cream Tan and Black at prices ranging from trt S oome qtxioik 3jS -- A piece These are very handsome goods and much lower than you can buy Corticella Silk and make them 350 TO 500 VI Our Glove Department Silk Mitt IP r - 7M4 QnrZfi Chemist Ky Agl Exp Station is complete in sizes shades and colors Just received a new lot of BLACK LISLE HOSE for ladies in all sizes Dont foiget that we are headquarters for All Along the Line LACES EMBROIDERIES J sA A1 tffi The superiority of this powder is due to the fact that it contains no acid except Mi im 9 fWi that derived from the grape - M m All other Baking Powders contain either ammonia or alum 9 5nka THE CITY CHARTER An Abstract of Encli Section to out pur uox sBNTKR heard praise of Dr Hales House Of all kinds at the right prices Mrs I S Jacobs hold Ointment of iformington Maine writes that she suffered five years with varicose veins and two running sores on her T leg and was completely cured by its D S Fillery Salisbury Vt use We cannot live without it writes AND it relieves my sister of asthma at once it cures a burn or a hurt of any kind almost instantly Under date of May 30 1S92 It II Simpson Le- Roy N Y writes I U6ed Hales Ointment for rheumatism three yents ago and have not been troubled since It is tho finest ointment in 25c and the world for general use Tm II II WTLPI0T I 1 -- vri Hi rur aaio uy r xi uak 4 be Continued to the End l H As the new charter for the govern ment of cities of the third class Â¬ h f iIM3 UfcL ft to which Frankfort belongs is a matter of great importance to the voters and the prospective candidates for the various offices required to be voted for at the next November election a full abstract of the pro visions of each section will bo pub lished in the Roundabout each week All citir until the end is reached zens ought to know something about the form of government under which they live in the city nnd a reliable abstract for general readers is more likely to claim their attention than a lengthy and phrase repeating docu- Â¬ ment necessary for lawyors only The following is the first installment Sec 1 Continues the corporate lim- Â¬ its and rights of cities of the third class Sec 2 Each of said cities shall liavo the right to sue contract etc and to hold and acquire property and have a common seal Sec 3 There shall bo three distinct departments the legislative execu Â¬ tive and judicial Sep 4 The legislative powers shall bo vfsted in a board styled the common council Sec 5 Provides the qualifications of a counoilman a resident of city for two years and of the ward one 3oar a free holder not under twenty four years of age and not interested in any contractor holding any fran Â¬ chise or contract with the city Soo G The qualifications and eligi Â¬ bility of members shall bo determin Â¬ ed by the common counoil Sec 7 Disqualifications if increas Â¬ ed after the olootion shall likewise be ascertained and declared and the oftloo vacated Soo 8 Upon pain of oxpulBon a member shall not voto on any matter ponding or proposed before tho coun Â¬ cil who has a private or personal in terest in tho measure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The board shall consist of twelve members who shall enter upon their duties the first Monday in December after their election and hold office for two years They shall bo apportioned equally among the wards and be voted for by all the voters of the city If more than the proportionate number of candidates reside in any one ward then the ap- Â¬ portioned number receiving the high Â¬ est votes of the city at largo shall alono be eligible Sec 10 Not less than seven mem bers shall constitute a quorum Sec 11 The council shall determine its own rules und punish by fine sus Â¬ pension or expulsion for or improper conduct of a mem Â¬ ber Sec 12 To investigate charges the council may order tho Mayor or clerk to issue summons to compel the attendance of persons or pro- Â¬ duction of books or papers before the counoil or a committee and by resolution enforce obedience by fines and forfeitures Soc 13 A complete journal of tho council proceedings shall bo kept and may bo published in at least one or more newspapers in the oity All ordinances may likewise be pub Â¬ lished but the failure to publish shall not affect the validity of an ordinance Sec 14 Tho council shall voto on all questions viva voce but on the requost of any member the yeas and nays shall be called and entered upon the journal Soo 15 Two regular moetings shall be held each month and two thirds of tho members of one board may voto tho succeeding board before their election compensation not to excoed threo dollars to each member for eaoh meeting ho may attend Sec 10 No power is granted to counoil to release any indebtedness or liability of any individual or cor poration to tho oity Soo 17 Council shall not exempt anyone from taxation nor refund taxes lawfully culleotod nor oxtond the time for the payment of taxes Two thirds of nil members olect however may exempt any manufac Â¬ turing establishment from taxation for a period nob exooodlng 11 vo years as an induoomont to locate Sec 9 non-attendan- ce Â¬ Â¬ different days a majority of those present voting for same on both passages and yeas and nays entered in the journal Certain ordinances however for street improvement construction of sewers fixingsalaries the rate of taxation or appropriation of money in excess of 100 shall on each passage receive the votes of two thirds of all the councilmen elect the yeas and nays being called and entered on tho journal Sec 19 Oounoilmen shall not be eligiblo to any city office during the period for which he was elected Sec 20 All elections by council shall be by viva voce vote Sec 21 Besides officers providod for in this chapter they may provide for such others as may be necessary as no person shall bo appointed or olected an officer under this section who has not attained the ago of twenty one years and been an actual bona fide v resident of the city for two years preceding his eleotion or appointment Soc 22 The oounoil shall previous to the election of officers fix their compensation and provide for their payment in monthly installments The counoil shall also fix by ordi nance the number of standing com- Â¬ mittees and members on each com- Â¬ mittee Sec 23 Subject to the charter limi Â¬ tations tho counoil has power to contract debt borrow money and issue the bonds of the city therefore and control the finances and property of tho oity The council also has power to renew bonds and fund any floating indebtedness No bonds of oity shall bo sold below par Sec 24 Provides how vacancies in office may bo filled by tho counoil un Â¬ til tho next regular election Sec 25 The oity shall bo divided into wards as nearly equal in popula Â¬ tion as possible never to exceed six wards in number but until changed by ordinance the wards shall remain as fixed Sec 20 Provides how territory may bo annoxod to the oity The oounoil in an ordinance defines tho boundary to bo annoxed whloh ordi Â¬ nance must bo published in a news- - Sec 18 Ordinances must be twice publicly read and passed by the i xne cneapest ana uesc uacmne council at two sessions held on j is sold by Mastin Bros 42 i A SrfSltf w a Mfi uu tf MAIN STREET NEAR STATE TIONAL BANK NA Â¬ v 1 FURNITU Chamber Suits Folding Beds Parlor Suits V Cm ft In Fine Medium nnd Low Priced Grades Hall Furniture Dining Room Furniture Book Oases China Closets Chairs Rockers c c We are an na 133 k2 ran 122 o I -0- up to date and low prices always In style quality fiuisli f fP5J J t SPECIAL OFFERINGS IBS 1 k SlT ah isi Straw Mattings Mosquito Bars Lawn Furniture Screen Doors And Windows 4 KCJ 5 1 a iron BROWER SCOTT COR MAIN AND BROADWAY FRAZEE LEXINGTON KY Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies a PERSONAL Paris Monday Mr Ed O Leigh mndo a trip to il Mr R Rogers returned home Thursday from a visit to Estill Springs Mr Pope Hawkins of Greenville Miss is here on a visit to his father in this county Misses Clara Harris and Annie Wallerman visited friends in Cincin Â¬ nati this week Mrs L B Marshall and daughter Miss Nellie attended the Eminence Fair Thursday Worlds Fair Mrs R A Black of Cincinnati is HIMiss Mary Page went to LaSalle Wednesday here visiting her daughter Mrs Mr Thos Page to visit her brother George Reasor The Misses Reed Mr and Mrs R D Rash of St who were visiting Miss of Louisville Louis visited Mr and Mrs W H returned home Saturday Kate Green Sneed this week Mrs J 0 Thomas of Bagdrfd is Mr F W Sample editor of the her mother Mrs Journal made a trip to Cincinnati on visitingon the South Side E 0 Rob- Â¬ inson business Tuesday Miss Gertrude B Ledridge lefb Mrs V Berberich and little daugh Â¬ Wednesday for Cincinnati Ohio to ter went to Chicago Tuesday to visit visit Miss Alice Williams the Worlds Fair Mr Harrv Campbell of Louisville Miss May Morris returned home Bpent Sunday with his aunt Mrs J Saturday from a visit to Miss Mary i WiJliamson near this city Hill ol Lexington try Miss Lela Vaughan Montfort after Mr and Mrs Peter Ahler went to Springfield 0 Tuesday to obtain a visit to her aunt Mrs Lon Harrod Â¬ WORLDS FAIR NOTES returned home to Bagdad Wednes treatment for his eyes day Major and Mrs Henry T Stanton Misses Hettie and Ruth Robinson A Few Pointers About Chicago returned Tuesday from a visit to left Wednesday to visit tlieir brother friends in Nicholasvillo As a great many readers of the in Fourth Illinois ana the Worlds rj Roundabout will make their first Miss Mattie Henderson is visiting Fair trip to Chicago during the Worlds her brother Dr Dan R Henderson Miss Edmona OConnor of Win Fair a few pointers regarding the and wife at Georgetown field Kansas will arrive next week to geography of the city will- be appre Miss Nellie A Staten of Salvisa is visit her aunt Mrs Lucy OConnor ciated in the nrsc place nx nrmly the guest of her cousin Miss Nellie of Highview in your mind that Lake Michigan Staten on Holmes street Mrs Lula Berry and Miss Gertrude forms the eastern boundary of the you Mr and Mrs Thos B Rodman Baker of St Louis Mo are the entire city and if arms stand facing outstretched guests of their sister Mrs Wm Oql the lake with both went to Mt Sterling Saturday to the left hand will point to the north ter South Side visit Mrs Rodmans parents and the right hand will point straight Mrs S N Davidson and daughters down the tracks of the Big Four Mr T P Morris of Louisville was here the first of the week visiting Miss Nettie and Mrs Jno A Kleber route to the Worlds Fair buildings are visiting friends near Lawrence situated at the southern end of the his mother on the South Side burg this week city Paste this in your hat and you Miss Mary Campbell Sawyier left Mr Geo W Lewis of Louisville have the key to the entire situation yesterday for a visit to Chicago and will arrive in the city this evening Coming into Chicago on trains of the the summer resorts of Michigan to spend his vacation with his Big Four Route which is the only Mrs M A Selbert and daughter brother Mr Will A Lewis railroad having an entrance on the Miss Carrie Selbert went to Chicago Bouth side along the lake front where Ex Gov Buckner was in the citv all the hotels and boarding houses Tuesday to take in the Worlds Fair Mrs Nick Howard of Jacksonville Wednesday evening to give his dep- Â¬ are located you will find yourselfÂ¬ passing practically through the expoHI is in the city visiting her mother osition in the case of the Commonsition grounds and a magnificent pan- Â¬ Mrs Jane S Reddish on the South wealth vs Mason Foard Co Side Miss Willie Stone and Miss Arm- Â¬ oramic view of the fair is obtained At the station Mrs Wickliffe and Mrs Worthing strong of Georgetown came down Big Four Worlds Fair step off of the route if you at the in the city to Thursday to attend the Grapevine ton of Mississippi are right side you are at the entrance spend the summer among their rela- dance at Marshalls Park Thursday gate to the exposition and can begin night tives mUE DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY doing the Fair at once if you step jl uimia on the Georgetown n ke contalninr Wilson and son of Mr Harry Stanton went to Chicago off on the lefb side you will find your- Â¬ perity Mrs Omer large tobacco barn and Washington City are visiting the Wednesday to accept a position from self in the finest resident portion of Olaxon Keenon Oapt Cash Clax 2G5 acres Splendidresidence and tobacco farm dairy stables family of Mr J H Williamson near the Mason Foard Co who have the Chicago and right in the midst of on the well known Kentucky river Possession given March 1st 1NM For particu Â¬ this city contract for constructing the great the Worlds Fair hotel and boarding pilot surprised his friends in this lars upply to FRANK CHINN Mrs James T Williams and daugh- drainage and ship canal house district The chances are ten city Tuesday He is about sixty years July 22 tf Frankfort Ky ters of Louisville are the guests of Mr M R Hamline and wife who to one that you will be within a few Mrs Kendall and Mrs Berry on east have been visiting the family of Mr minutes walk of the very place you of age or more and a genial gentle Â¬ Main street James Ledridge have returned to have selected for your headquarters man devoted to a coterie of elderly ii you proier to go down town ten married friends here who for pas Miss Nina Parker of Lexington fchftlr hntrm In Mh fitarlinrr nfrnmnn minutes ride who has been the guest of Miss nied bv little Miss Minnie Ledridfre new Twelfth will bring you to the time occasionally play games ofl Street station in the Carrie Willis for the past week has lvir jacoD uoroecc jrsmenas in heart bf the city Now bear in mind euchre or whist A few years ago he returned home aro a formidable trio yet tbe weak this city will regret to learn that he the manifest advantage of entering made his visits from his homo in person frequently bus to meet all of Mrs George Alexander of Green- Â¬ is suffering from a severe attack of Chicago on the Big Four route In Lockport at rare intervals but at one tnem at once IIow can ho overcome The answer Is with our Compound ville Miss arrived Saturday from rheumatism at Crab Orchard Springs the first place you avoid entirely the of the games several months ago he Oxyoen und ours only The count- Â¬ Chicago to visit her parents Mr and which necessitated the presence of bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ his mother at his bedside She left fer across the city which is neces Â¬ met Miss Irene Keenon a daughter Mrs Grant Green rant this reply Wednesday to nurse him sary via all other lines being landed of Mr Adam Keenon deoeased and Our treatment lstivallublfl forborne Mr Hiram Berry and wife arid Mr use neither need your occupation b e Rev W G Neville and family lefi directly at the exposition grounds sister of Mr Uberto Keenon of this George H Watson and wife leave Interfered with The value of theifr by features Is obvious What about your this morning for a sojourn at Ash for their future home in Yorkviile S an advantage offered placeno other city and the circle taking note that you can heed A book of explanation and proof 0 Wednesday He carries with him line and in the second ville North Carolina Is yours to coiiBlder If asked for now in the best wishes of the people of this so fix the geography of the city be- Â¬ hewas more frequently present to PALEN Drs STARKEY take a hand quietly indulged in a 162J Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Mrs H G Henderson and daught- - city among whom during his minis your mind that you will at once come as familiar with Chicago as you little pleasantry at the expense of the try here of three years he has won a are with your own town nence to visit Mrs Hendersons uncle large circle of admiring friends Another point in favor of the Captain but never dreamed that Mr W L Crabb and family Big Four route is found in the fact either ho or Miss Keenon was at all Recovers His Speech By Miss Loulie Belle Williamson who that if you enter Cincinnati on the serious in the growing fondness for Chesapeake Queen Orescent route Louisville has been visiting her grandfather society Tuesday under of Banmtt Nashville R R Kentucky Central eaoh others Alphonoo HenrpMnj Mr J H Williamson near this city to her home in Grant township Batier 0 Penn made an Rv Ohesaneake Ohio Rv or Bal a pretext to visit friends in Cincin Â¬ NSW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING has returned soft timore Ohio S W R R connection nati Miss Keenon left home and at affidavit that his twelve-year-olcounty who had had St Vitus Dance for is made in Union depot avoiding the an agreed time met tho gallant Cap ION BOSTON and all Eastern Cities Judge W L Jett has located in twelve years lost his speech was disagreeable necessary via Covington for the practice of his completely cured after using trce all other linestransferfull particulars tain and together they went to New For Castle whore they were united in D B martin Irofe8sion and Mrs Jett and children bottles ef Dr Miles Restorative address morning to join him in Nervine and also reoovezed hie General Passenger agent Cincinnati marriage The family as woll as the Shortest Line between LOUtSVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN that city speech Thousands testify to won Â¬ POINTS friends were dumb with astonish Â¬ derful euros from twins Ik lor ner Mr and Mrs J W Rodman Mrs vous intelligence of the In effect Nov 1st 1892 Time card ment when tho Bucklons Arnica Salvo diseases dyspepsia nervous Wm Saffell and daughter Miss Todd debility dullness sonfeurioa omiad marriago was first announced to EABT BOUND Saffell and Mr Charles Saffell com- Â¬ o Poor headache prise a party that will go to the Nerviao cured Mrs Wdoses of this The best salve in the world for Outs them but to no ono were they more Atlanta Express No 22 dally Lve Lexington 715 a m B Bams Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Worlds Fair to day Midland Accom Np 20 dally ex who had boon Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands quiokly reconoiled to the occurrence Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally Sun 11 40 a m South Bend Ind 016 pm Mr Thomas McOormick and wife suffering with ooiutoi headache for Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup than to Oapt Olaxon for whom they Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun630r m of Salt Lake City Utah who have three months Trial bottle aad ele Â¬ tions and positively cures Piles or entertain the warmest feelings of re WEST BOUND been visiting Mr N F Riohardson gant book free at J W Gaffes Arr Lexington no pay required It is guaranteed to speot and friendship Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex San 800 a M 4 and family left Tuesday for Nash Â¬ give satisfaction or money refunded Express No 21 dally 1245 The HeriVy Oounty Local of this Louisville Accom No 25dallyex8un4 15 pm ville Term accompanied by Mr N p w Price 25 cents per box For sale by Lexington milk cow For SalevA F Richardson week contains the following notice Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 015 PM 8 ly Phil Carpenter 46 2t R K McOlube Polld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars of tho marriage Rev W 0 Taylor Messrs L F Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Paul Weitzel Orlando Clover Root the new Blood Oapt Oash Olaxon appeared on the without change Johnson Karls BROWNS IRON BITTERS No Bus transfers Â¬ Gaylo and Neville Garrrett Profs Purifier gives freshness and clear streots early Tuesday morning his O W BAI1NEY D P A Lexington Ky ness to the Complexion and oures broad genial faoe perfectly aglow MoHenry Rhoades and J W Coleman oures Dyspepsia n CD RYAN Consumption and Miss Leona Jett left Wednesday 26c 60c and 100 with good humor and his large port Â¬ HW FULLER Asst Qenl Pass Aat Genl Pass Agt 22 ly form arrayed in tailor made gar For sale by W MoKee Hardie Waiblngten D 0 for visit to the Worlds Fair Cincinnati son-in-la- w Â¬ - Mr Will Klair of Loxington wns in the city this week Miss Georgia Payne visited friends in Louisville this week Mr M P Gray 1b at Chicago tak Â¬ ing in the Worlds Fair MissNora Dean is viBitlng Mrs Annie Hicks in Louisville Mr Frank Halloran is enjoying the the sights at the Worlds Fair Miss Janio Dehoney is visiting Miss Annie Pusey in Louisville Mr Sherley Wintorsmith was in Louisville the first of the week Dr Thomas P Grant of Louisville visited his relatives here this week Mrs Henry Rudig of Louisville visited Mrs Alex Schneider this week Mr Sam Rubel of Louisville is visiting relatives near Switzer this county Senator George H Alexander of Louisville was in the city the first of the week MissLutie Respess of Maysvillo viBited her uncle Mr A F Respess this week Miss RoBa Watson of Maysville visited her sister Mrs A F Respess this week Messrs Fayette and Frank Hewitt are home from an extended sojourn in Arkansas Miss Amelia Weitzel returned home Saturday from a visit to the Mrs H R Case is visiting friends in Paris Miss Bessie Watts is with friends in Bagdad Miss Lucy Bush will go tp the Worlds Fair to day Mr C E Collins roturned Wednes day from French Lick Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington is hero visiting friends Hon James W Bryanof Coving ton was here Saturday Col Thos B Ford is sojourning at Fronoh Lick Springs Indiana Hon John D Carroll of New Cas Â¬ tle was in the city Wednesday Mrs John W Milam returned home this week from Hamilton Ohio Hon John H Weloh of Nioholas villo was in the city Wednesday nOMEOPATIIIO SANITA RIUM Â¬ Dr J A Lucy Negotiating and nouncement in the papers sovoral weeks ago of the betrothal of Con Arranging far a Location gressman W 0 P Breckonrldge and and Building Here Miss Matrimonial Breckinridge - Wino The an Â¬ Â¬ Pollard of Loxington was soon evidently a mistake as Col Breokon have an infirmary or sanitarium rldgo and Mrs Louise Scott Wing whore sick people may be brought wore quietly married Tuesday evon It is said that this city will Â¬ Moore Mrs Wicklifie Chapman is visiting Misses Nellie and Lizzie Pickett at ville is the guest of Mrs H Evans Miss Virgie Stanton wont to Louis ville Thursday to visit Miss Janie Â¬ Chicago from various points all over the State to receive treatment under the home- Â¬ opathic system Dr J A Lucy of this city who may bo said to be the father of homeopathy in this State and who by the way has no less a distinguished an Â¬ cestor than Sir Thomas Luoy from whom it is stated and denied that Shakespeare Btole deer has in contemplation the purchase of a suitable location on which to erect a building of proportions sufficient to meet the wants of his school of medicine and individual practice He has not yet made a selection but it is said that ho b considering the house and grounds of Col J Stoddard John ston on Shelby street the home of Judge W H Sneed and also Mrs Kate Williams place on the hill top Besides DrJHervey Keller who is a partner in the professional practice here Dr Lucy will have other home- Â¬ opathic physicians to assist him and Mr also his Johnson of Georgetown as business manager and superintendent An effort was made some time since to establish a Homeopathic School of Medicine in Louisville and the profession at once named Dr Lucy as the Dean but as that movement it is believed did not materialize it is probable that out of the sanitarium in view for this city there may yet germinate and develop an institution to propagate the Hahnemann system whioh may rival the allopathic schools in Louisville that annually pour thousands of dollars into that city from every section of the coun- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing at the residence of the brides brother Dr Preston B Soott in Louisville The brido is tho widow of the lato Hon E Rumsoy Wing who was minister to Ecuador at the time of his death and is a daughter of tho late Col Robt W Soott of thiB county She has a largo circle of friends here who wish her the highest happiness attendant upon such joyous occurrences in life Tho Saratoga Saloon just oponed at 217 St Clair street has the finest Ohuroh Hoover Mr Wm E and best liquors and is fitted up in Ohuroh of Peaks Mill and Miss the latest style Jake Ahler 44 tf Proprietor Mollie Hoove of Switzer wero married Wednesday afternoon at 630 Saratoga Saloon with oclock at the North Fork Baptist the best brands of just oponodJiquor wines and Church of all kinds and a fine lunch always on hand Soup every day Jones Brbeden Lato Tuesday 44 tf Jake Ahler Propr evening a couple came to the city in a buggy and hastened to the office SEALED PROPOSALS of County Clerk Smith and asked for a marriage license They wero both Sealed proposals will be received quite young and the lady who was very pretty appeared to be not over at my office until July 24 at 12 eighteen years of age Clerk Smith m for building pavement curbing suspecting that it was an elopement and gutters in front of the follow- Â¬ refused to issue the license but their ing property on the the South side earnest appeals and vows that they of Second street in South Frank- Â¬ had the parental consent softened fort viz him and he was persuaded to grant L P Tarlton Meta W Tarltonr it upon tho condition that they have Christine Reynolds Thos Rod- Â¬ a witness presented do some tall man sr Lucy Tate J Stoddard swearing as to their age and the perÂ¬ Johnson Mrs W M Longmoor mission of the brides parents They and Chas F Exum gave their names as Wm M Jones The work to be done under the and Carrie BBreeden and said they supervision of the City Engineer were from Monterey and intended to the specifications of which can be be married by the Rev Mr Whitney seen at the city clerks office at the residence of Mr Geo Mc Attest Richard Tobin Daniel on the Owenton turnpike T J Todd Mayor about five miles from the city They City Clerk July 13 td complied with the clerks conditions and got in their buggy and drove to To Danville the hotel for a late supper after which they took their departure in August 8th to 11th inclusive thesearch of the minister Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to Dilger Baker County Clerk Danville and return at one faro for the round trip on account of Colored Smith on Tuesday issued a marriage Fair license to Albert Dilger and Josie 0 D Beroaw G P A Baker of this county Dinkle Hookensmith The mar riage of Miss Ollie M Hockensmith to Mr Rufus S Dinkle of thiB city HVVWW took place at the home of the brides parents at Peaks Mill on Wednesday afternoon Rev W 0 Taylor of the Baptist Church of this city officiat- Â¬ ing The bride is the young and beautiful daughter of Mr O G Hockensmith and the groom the lWAtiVIJSatllMJliWfaM well known young attorney-at-laAn nirroeablo Laxative and NERVE TONIC who was until recently a prominent Sold by Druggist s or sent by mail 25c 60c candidate in the ratfe for county at- Â¬ and 100- per package Samples free torney The happy couple took JQLVP VTA Tho Favorlto TOOra TOWDfli UTf JaLVforthoTeethandRreath85cv their departure after the cere For sale by W McKee Hardie money for their future home in Jan281v HALLS OLD STAND Catlettsburg where the groom has made arrangements for the practice Fine Farm for Rent of his profession that promises the highest results for his future pros - ments whioh attraotod tho attention of all his frlondB and iot a fow of them pressed forward to onjoy his hearty handshako little dreaming of the surpriso which tho gonial Captain was about to spring on them Short Â¬ ly before 8 oclock in company with Judge R P Samuel ho called on Oounty Clerk Turner and after a very Bhort conference with a small freBh looking paper snugly ensconced intho ipsido pookotof his amplo Prince Albert he rqpairod to tho parlors of tho Samuel House where Miss Rena Keenon of Frankfort and tho Rev John P Nuttall awaited him and there in tho presence of a select crowd of friends they wero Joined in the holy bonds of wedlock Imme Â¬ diately after the ceromony was per- Â¬ formed the happy couple left fbr Louisville The Local joins tho Cap Â¬ tains many friends in heartiest con Â¬ gratulations - fl rkfl 8 l f J3 t i sl fll iZt v M Â¬ WorJfc Worry and Disease v Â¬ Ohio d Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ digestiop Debility Ju - I Vl 1 v e r rl 3 v V- l1 WONDERFUL l Is our stock of Diamonds Watches Silverware Clocks etc for our f 1 MIDSUMMER We must sell as it will soon be time for our fall stock Call now for Clearing sale fit Iv A PJi ZMZ A BUSINESS SHOCK IE s Â¬ Â¬ BARGAINS T1Prv PT1 JP n Ju i Â¬ Te-w-ele- r Sons InH Taylor Jr volved in tlio Goiiorairinaii cial Stress Forced to Moke an Asalgn Â¬ ment fcc v- - 4 I a t KkT aJ d v r v li IBWlitf f 4Ti - 4L ii 0 - BA The city was dumbfounded Thurs- Â¬ day by the intelligence thatE H Tay Â¬ Sons had made an assign Â¬ lor Jr Â¬ ments Expressions of deep regret wore heard on every hand and it was a universal hope that the embarrass ment would merely prove temporary and the firm which in point of enter Â¬ prise and the promotion df pros- Â¬ Â¬ perity in the community in which it conducts its business affairs has no superior in the State would soon re- best medicine made and can con- Â¬ cover and be placed on a substantial scientiously recommend it to all who basis beyond all danger from the fi Â¬ need a diarrhoea or colic medicine nancial troubles that sweep at inter Â¬ J E Hare Trenton Tex 25 and 50 bottles for sale by J W Qayle vals over the country At present cent43 firm can not be the condition of the Shorteighteolnees learned The deed of assignment iB on record in County Olerk Smiths To waste your money on vile dirty office and is dated July 19 and sub- Â¬ watery mixtureacompounded by in Â¬ Sons experienced persons scribed to byE H Taylor Jr when yon have and the assignee the Security Fund the opportunity of teatiog Ofcton Trust Co of Lexington by W L Cure free of charge Why wW yoa irritate yoar throat and Threlkeld Secretary and Treasurer continue to that lnngs with terrible kecking firm who are E cough when Chapman The members of the Williams H Taylor Jr J Swigerb Taylor and will furnish you a free saeaple befctle Kenner Taylor also made individual of this great guaranteed remedy Hold a bottlo of to the assignments to the same trust com Â¬ light and observe Ottos Cure golden its beautiful hon- color and ttiick heavy syrup pany which carries with it the Lar Â¬ orable- intention of yielding up for gest packages and purest goods 45 their debts every dollar the firm col- Â¬ Largo bottle 50c o lectively and individually may be Dr Halos Housoliold Ointment Worth It can not be told yet whether any other person or company is af Is the finest remedy in tho world fected by the assignment or not Mr It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures John Meagher a member of the Mc Neuralgia and Rheumatism Brayer distilling firm in whioh E Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures H Taylor Jr Sons also had an in- Â¬ Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids terest says the MoBrayer firm is not Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A at all involved He also said that the for pneumonia Outs positive specific Bruises Burns last balance sheet of E H Taylor Jr Chilblains Sores of lone star din Sons on the first of the month Corns and Bunions are cured quickly showed property worth 300000 and different from all oIbo superior to all else has no equal that the liabilities were greatly under Largeitsize oheapest 25 and 50c boxesÂ¬ Sold at Carpen that sum He did not think there was ters drug store 8 any question whatever of the firms1 recovery as soon as the financial How to Cure agCold storm that is now blowing over the country sulfides With whisky de Â¬ ofSimply take Ottos Cure Wo know its astonishing cares clining and sales absolutely suspend Â¬ will Btop a cugh quicker ad that It than any ing the banks in the face of the fi kaown remedy If you have Asthma Bronchitis nancial stress would not advance a Consumption or any diseaso of the dollar either on goods or paper of ten throat and lungs a few doses of this times the amount requested The great guaranteed remedy will sur banks here it is said are not in the prise you If you wish to try itoallat ourstoro leaBt troubled over the assignment on Main street and we will be pleased Though the firm has obtained monoy to famish you a bottle free of oost from some of them they are secured and thai will prove our assertion 45 CHAPMAN WILLIAMS by mortgages on property worth m four times the sums advanced On Every Farmers Benefit the elegant home pf Ool Taylor To call which it has been estimated is worth quartersand see Jako Ahler at his new tho Saratoga Saloon not less than 40000 the Farmers wines brandies and whiskies Finest to be Bank holds a mortgage for 12000 had anywhere Also burgoo and fine and other mortgages in like propor- lunch every county court day 44 tf tion of value to the amount of 25 Our stook of vehioles was never so 000 are held on the distillery proper Â¬ largo All grades all prices Noth Â¬ ty and manufactured goods Ool ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Taylor has passed through worse re Got our prices before buying Mastin Bros yerses than this and yet by his abil Â¬ 37 tf ity amjJndomitablepluok and energy Small Farm for Sale lie succeeded in retrieving his for A small farm of twenty aores well tune whioh in his life an untoward improved and two miles from this fate has four times deprived him of oity is offered Though he has long since passed the at a on a good pike terms o for sale bargain For apply noon tide of his age ho has lost none at this oflicQ 20 tf of that vigor of mind and far seeing Millinory sagaoity by whioh ho amassed his wealth and made for himself a repu Â¬ Our seebnd stook of millinery has bargains tation as a distiller that has practi Â¬ just arrived and if you want find the callatonco and to tho trade of the boBt and cheapest you will in Frank Â¬ cally no limit millinery world His generous hospitality as a fort at S Harris member of tho House and Senate in m thp interests of this oity and county Childrens hats in all shades kinds 1s known to oyery one and horo in and shapes at prioes to please all S Harris tho midst of his friends and follow- - 30 tf Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Resigned Mr Hal Johnson son of buttho deepest sympaty for his misfortune and the earnest prayer that Ool E Polk Johnson of this city re in his expectations of a restoration of signed his position last week as Depu his business ho may meet with no ty United States Marshal under Capt He alleged that disappointment and every encourage James Blackburn ment looking to his speedy relief Capt Blackburn and his son Mr The business of tho firm will go on as Sam Blackburn the chief deputy heretofore and by appointment from were conducting the office in such a the Trust Company Mr John Meag way as to secure most of the income of the office to the limit allowed by her will have charge of the affairs law for themselves and thereby deMy little boy was very bad off for priving the deputies of earning fees two months with diarrhoea We used various medicines also called in two of any consequence to supplement doctors but nothing done him any their small salaries Mr Johnsons good until we used Ohamberlains salary was U0O and he expected to Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme- earn in fees an equal or greater sum dy whioh gave immediate relief and soon cured him I consider it the THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS PAIR Â¬ oitizens for whom ho made tho great sacrifice both of his time and money there is nothing heard on the streets Top Drawer GENERAL Summer Goods MUST GrO w i m - STRKW HHTS At almost your own price 1 v V VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC 4 Avoid the heat and dust by traveling on tho Floating Palaces of the Detroit z Cleveland Steam Navigation Company Two new steel passenger steamers havo just been built for this Upper Lake route costing 300000 each and are guaranteed to ho tho grandest largest safest and fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 miles per hour running time between Cleveland Toledo and Chicago less than 50 hours Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos key and Chicago Daily trlpB between Detroit and Clovcland during July and August double dally service will be main tained giving a daylight rido across Lake Erie Daily service between Cleveland y First class stateroom and accommodations and menu and exceed ingly low Round Trip Rates The palatial equipment the luxury of the appoint- Â¬ ments makes traveling on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz GP A Detroit- Cleveland Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich Â¬ Put-In-Ba- J fi tt Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50c 1 Ladies Tan Cold Oxfords 75c M r 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 - lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords v- now 2 I- A first class second hand mower for 42 tf sale cheap at Mastin Bros Harris will sell you a good brown cotton at 5 cents a yard a good check cotton at 5 cents a yard and a good calico cotton at 5 cents a yard Our stock of China silks fancy Ginghams Orepe Cloth and 39 tf Challies is complete S 0 Vdl jf Previous experience not necessary to tho right man Ad- Â¬ dress Plymouth Rook Pants Co 349 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky ub in this oity Wanted A live man to represent Lower Prices On flli Low Cut m Junel0 6t Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with non slipping corrugated tires fully warranted Roberts agent 120 Is Marriage a FailureP Have you been trying to get the beat out of existence without health in your family Have you been wearing out you life from the effects of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Indigestion Are you sleepless at night Do you awake in the morning feeling languid with coated tosgae and sallow haggard looks Dont do it Auboafc ba tho camp tells how Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has cured others it will euro you Trial package free Largo size 50o at Chapman Williams 40 1K MCLURE PARIS CLASSICAL INSTITUTE A Knights of Pythias PICNIC AT OFFERS the highest advantages for culture and Full College Course with excellent Preparatory Department Location at- Â¬ tractive healthful and accessible Genuine home Â¬ M S Bargains - MARSHALLS PARK comforts Accommodations first class In every particular Catalogues sent on application MRS M W BERRY Purls Ky JuH6 7t Wednesday Aug 9 1893 Three phaetons one surrey one buggy and one road wagon all sec- Â¬ ond hand but in good repair at Mas FIRST CLASS BRASS AND 43 tf tin Bros WM CROMWELU ATTORN EY-AT-LA- W STRING MUSIC COURTS DANCING AMUSINGGAMES WILL PRACTICE m TIB eountlei Of tod th adjoining The Saratoga 217 St Clair street wlU alto sir ipoell attention lb the purehit SWINGS Etc where you will always find a good and sale oi rul Mtau collection 1 trati lalaa 44 tf snack and the lefotUUen f loans All the finest wines and liquors can bo found at Jako Ahlers new saloon RJBAI BSTATB AGJBNT 5 Cheap Flowers 5 oclock Parties wishing cheap roses can buy them at E Powers green house 20 for 100 He is selling rosebuds of Admission including transporall kinds except Amorioan Beautios tation 50 cents children 25 at 75 cents per dozen cents 48 3t Dress Parade of Uniform Rank K of P on grounds at 4 w a W J CHINN JR Of Â¬ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House im ip y j f is I 4 i y -- A A ArW FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt tlio post office nt Frankfort Kentucky ns second class nvillabln mutter REAR ADMIKATj KNOTT The Govornors Electric Launch Soon to Sweep tlie Kentucky River 13 S McKEE HARDXE f DRTX HWlRMitaMBw2Xi3 THE 4 i Ex Governor Knott has been made a Rear Admiral in the Kentucky navy and acting under the orders of Ex Gov Buckner the Admiral who will OUT FOR MAYOR take command in person on the Messrs R Tobin ami Lewis waters of the Green river he will be Mangnn Already Announced as3icnod to the waters of the Ken and Others May Follow tucky river while to Vice Admiral Albort S Berry of Newport will be given the command on the waters of Gov Knotts war ship the Licking from Grand Rapids Michi Â¬ will arrive gan within the next two weeks and shortly afterward be put into active service by making an expedition to She will bo an Olifcon and Tyrone electric launch of twenty feet with power to make a speed of fifteen Those who have miles an hour taken the ride on the lagoon nt the Worlds Fair and know what elegant little boats electric launches are and how delightful it is to glide so swiftly over the surface of the waters can imagine the health giving pleasures that await Gov Knott on the arrival of his boat FRANKFORT JULY 22 188 GEO A LBWI3 Editor and Pub GIST KY HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full lino of DRUGS AND- - PATENT And cordially ask our friends to W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 ly LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE Bottom and sides ono continu- Â¬ eive us a call ous Piece of Lumber Material White Ash Wood C L G AYLE Inside Castings Well Galvanized Butter MEDICINES 32S2I2ZS2E3i LOOK 3a lUiiStoiO Minutes CO O H R new- AGENTS WANTED in ovory town Singlo churns sold in localities whore we have no agents at wholesale prices to introduce them Dead for Olreolar Trlee Li Have you seen the and complete stock of EX-crzKr- M BROWN FOB SALE BY WAPAKONETA 2ejsrs3S3 ana Bottom Prices XT3T HocKs Wm WRIGHT Decidedly Shaky Mayor R Tobin and ex Mayor Lewis Mangan are announced as candidates for Mayor under the new charter at the next November elec- Â¬ tion subject to the action of the As both of Democratic party these gentlemen have large fol experience in the lowings and office to which they aspire it is probable they will engage in such a spirited contest as will leave no room for the entry of any other DemoThe new charter cratic candidate will enable the Mayor to dispense more patronage than formerly and also provides for a more liberal compensation for his services as Mayor and city Judge and as trained poli- Â¬ ticians who know how to put the good things that go along with the office to the best possible advantage it is probable that each candidate will make the usual pre election promises for every office within his gift and then seek to form combina- Â¬ tions with the strong candidates for the other offices to be voted for As the voting will be by secret ballot and the many offices to be filled including the members of the coun- Â¬ cil who will be voted for by the city at large will largely enter into the complex view of the situation it is no easy matter at this early stage to say whose chances for the nominaIt is tion or election are the best not known yet whether or not there will be any Republican candidates in the field but if there should be the vote of each party in the city is so close that the candidates of the two parties in this race will have to en Â¬ gage in two hard fighting contests to secure the prize once for the nomina- Â¬ tion and again at the polls and who- Â¬ ever may succeed under Buch a dis- Â¬ couraging prospect will have richly The Rounda- Â¬ merited the office like other citizens who have a bout common interest in the welfare and development of the city can only hope that the choice of the people especially at this important period which should call into the public service the highest ability and efficiency will alight upon the most worthy and capable candidate among the lot let his politics be what they may Â¬ Â¬ t r trembling hind nn uncertain step fidge- Â¬ tiness indicated by restless shifting from o io place or posture to another usually mental nn nojunce nt unexpected noises i ie among the Thee Indications oc extreme nervousness seem trilling but the health of men and women llabie to In this condition Is decdedly shaky tobeperthron dUusterously by causes which the vigorous might defy To fortify the nervous system general vigor must through the medium or reinforced digestion and a removal of an im paired uower of sleeping at night be raised to a a guarantee of this is healthful standard Hostetiers Stomach Bitters winch re cstabilshes on bile secretion and the habit ui body on digest a permanently regular basis thus renewing ttat bodily equilibrium which Is followed by a gain For kidney of strength and nerve tranquillity neuralgia and ns a complaint rheumatism or subsequent re Â¬ prett nthe of the llrst attack turn of malaria disorders this medicine is with Â¬ out it pter Thrice dally take it wlneglasslul A Â¬ If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything is new and at Rook G OOBS UI East Jlnin St Frankfort Ky June 24 3ra The onlv patent churn which will bear a guarantee IffilltfJI Safi 232 e STErEST1 LOUISVILLE H G MATTEEMryTca Trj - For ruiuouiig stumps unit imx iHy i rrrn a handled and chenp aafcsivi r JfcS lorUuirry nien amfMell ditrirera Ior full Information and prico address KY Pin EliilliUlj KY y Mar 18 ir 334 MAIN STREET il Xioxliiston Fair In another column will be found the advertisement of the Lexington Wonderful improvements Fair have been made on the grounds a new double decker grand stand fitted with 6000 opera chairs having been built and the track has been The fair put into excellent shape this year will be if such a thing is possible better than ever before FRANKFORT KETTLES ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES FOR PRESERVING FRUIT s Owns Stock in the Bank Mr Hiram Perry of this city is a stockholder in the Kansas City Na- Â¬ tional Bank which failed last week to the amount of seventeen thousand dollars As the assets of the bank exceed the liabilities he will likely lose nothing by the failure PONDENCE WILLftRD writes Three bottles of your Ubtsity Pills re Â¬ duced my weight fioiti 225 pounds to 190 and I never felt better in all my life I am much pleased with the result and shall do all I can io help you Our pations include Physicians Bankers Lawyers and leaders of Society Our goods ore not sold In drug stores all orders are supplied direct from our office Price per pack Â¬ age 200 or three packages for 500 by ninil pre Â¬ paid Particulars sealed 4 cts ALL CORRES Â¬ CONFIDENTIAL CO To reduce your weight SURELY use Wlllards Obesity Pills und lose 15 pounds it month No Injury to the health No Interference with busi Â¬ ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build up und improve the general Health beautify the complexion and leave NO WRINKLES Lucy Anderson 84 Auburn street Cambridge Mass FAT PEOPLE HEMES BDSIDII MASS AplMm Â¬ Specimen Cases H Clifford New Oaesel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his Stomach was disor Â¬ dered his Liver was affected to an darming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottles of Elec Â¬ tric Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg HI had a running gore on bis leg of eight years standing Ueed three bottles of Electric Bitters and eevea boxes of Bucklena Arnica Salve and hie leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba 0 had five large Fever sores on his leg doctors said he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ tric Bitters and one box Buoklens Arnica Salve cored him entirely Sold by the South Side drug store 3 P H Oarpsmtxx S Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving SST FOE S-A-XjD- Kentucky Midland By Suortpst and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line bstweea Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Itaysrille mouth and Gjalhiana CoviDgton B ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY RUN BY MIDLAND- - Hfor 22 tt TBfllHS CEKTRAL STAiDARD TIME 1893 M I Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anrf on LAWN MOWERS TIME TABLE HAY 27 A TRAINS EAST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit A I No Mir 1 T- - 1 M No 8 No 1245- - For Sale -- A good rockawaw horse Gentle and suitable for family use Lr Elkhorn Lv Swltzer Lv stamping Ground Lv Johnson Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Lv Duvall Georgetown C S Depot B 7H6 711 729 7St 742 749 700 718 340 346 352 400 41b 424 4 31 1265 411 J N Miles 110 125 14f 165 206 i l1 M 1 - Classical School Mrs M Excursion Bates I On account of the A Paris Classical Institute to open in Meetinc at HarrodsburcrM E Church Julv 25th to September next on Convent Heights 30th the Kentucky Midland will sell Paris Ky The full college course is round trip tickets at reduced rates taught and for a college with all the On account of the Danville Colored comforts of home life this can not be Fair August 8th to 11th the Kentucky Midland will sell surpassed Mrs Berrys many yeats fare for the round trip tickets at one of experience as a teacher in Hamil July 21st to 31st inclusive on acton College Lexington and in Paris count of the High Bridge Camp have fitted her as an instructor with Meeting the Kentucky Midland will few equals and her assistants are all sell round trip tickets at one fare and offers special Go hear fitted in the highest degree to fill the Sam Jones train service positions they hold in the Institute C D Beroaw Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W Berry advertises the Lead The Market -- Newtown Contrevllle Elizabeth Farts 75s 818 81G 8 20 4M 602 510 525 l C 830 516 245 306 320 S30 345 22a JI li IA TRAINS WEST Lv Paris C e 2 imch 5 cisioilvt 400 450 500 Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown B P M No 2 iNo 4 9 05 5C0 1 I M INo8 Nol3 646 463 ph ArCS Depot Georgetown Ar Ar Tohnson Ar Duvall 90 92S 1010 1017 915 COO C0J 527 949 6 W 612 6 48 443 749 803 812 832 852 905 92J 425 035 64 7 Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A Ar8tamplng Ground A 10 30 104 i 1049 1050 1105 102 655 0- - 715 730 721 9 15 Catalogues on application G P A 323BEOADWAT Street JACOB SWIGERT - N connects with L C B connects with Q C connects with K C and LS i DRPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder CO - fipflfllBaking LM Powder Have Removed From the Bafzell Building ON MAIN STJEET atFrankfoit7S0p 81eavesKruikfort840p in Georgetown 450 arrives at Paris 5 25 p m West No 6 lenves Paris 930 a m George town 1 05 urrivett Frarkfort 1105 n m No 4 leaves Paris 6 M p m Georgetown 030 arrive Â¬ Etiectlve Slav 27th and during tho sfrhmer the luiiuniijH duiiuuj ptuiuiuu win iw in ttileci SUNDAY TRNS Eakt No 5 leates Frankfort 745 n m Georgetown 840nnlres nt Paris 9lri m No i in TO 101 AND 102 AWN STREET BHsemEnt nf the Capital Hntel short time BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Tho Kentucky Midland Rallnny and connec- Â¬ tions form the nhortest and cheapest route to nil points north youth east and went For further Information apply to their agents fc B WE1TZEL 0 I BKRCAW Gen Pits Airt City Ticket Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Supt No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes April 15 1 40 Years the Standard Job work neatly exe Â¬ J 1 tf cuted at this office V it tfl v m lev Great Bargains in Vehicle and liariiess r O R ORUTOHBK President J W CRUTCHER Secretary M A1 r ft ij s Come to our salesrooms or factory find any style vehicle you may want and we will name you a lower cash price on same than any ever before quoted you on best grades of work We have this season distributed the output of our factory all over this old Commonwealth and the surrounding States and if our work will fill the wants of the people as to make finish and price when supplied through the dealers of the country to whom we sell largely we certainly can sell you direct from the factory at prices bound to be right Yoii pay no agents profits with us as we supply you right from the manufactory ft m Y m N f v j t SADDLES AND HARNESS At lower prices then ever larj Whips OS One half Price goods now 25c or LAP BOBES AND DUSTEKS 50c 75c and 20 dozen whips regular price 50c 100 Dozens to select from iaauaiiauLuuKuyiuuuuiaajjtJiJtaifawaLJd 3 FAOTOEY--HEA- D OF BROADWAY INOORPORATBD SALESEOOM OPPOSITE OOURT HOUSE AiID i vc ImJIi PSklf3 SPI 1 hsbi I am W m I must reduce my stock of aiEld OiXSlIrLS c35Cr within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS and I am determined to do so at all hazards In order to accomplish this I will sell all of the above named articles at 20 per cent off for the next 60 days I intend to buy a magnificent holiday stock which will arrive early in the fall and for I need money and must dispose of the above goods below which I intend to pay spot cash and I am going to move my present stock to make the payment cost Come and see THAT is what I mean and that is what I say Sings Pens 3Old Silver 77at Clbes OihSirm3 v r-- W W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER 234 jst oxji FRANKFORT fiOUNDABOUT1 chairman W H Williams T R Todd Committee on Invitation Q R FRANKFORT JULY 22 18flS Sneed chairman Tom Markham O G Emerson N TIME TABLE L Committee on Tickets H B Logs don chairman Johnson Barrett J The following time table is now iu O Hardin effect upon the L k N road TUAINB WEST t C u New Base Ball Park ra sfnussJEsrc DR No231eave6Frankfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 9 leaves Frankfort XBAINBEABT 550 805 p m 785 p m leaves Frank 600 n in 985 a m am Tlio Books in His Hands The tax books have been turned overto the Sheriff and he commenced collecting State and county taxes on Â¬ No 30 mixed train N o 18 1 eavos Frankfort No 20 leaveB Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaveB Frankfort fort 1015 443 855 6J15 p m am pm pm No 20 will stop at Anchorage and for Christiansburg for passengers Lexington and points beyond Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lngraago for Cincinnati hoe 28 and 21 connoot at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch H B Loqsdon Monday He will be in his office every day from this time forward ready to reoieve the amount due the State and county from the persons who wish to pay up before the penal- Â¬ ty is added to the amount of their taxes Money is very scarce but it will pay you to bustle around and get enough to settle with him as soon as possible Mr L B Marshall has engaged Mr D M Woodson civil engineer to sur OF CINCINN AT IO will be at the vey and lay out a base ball ground at Thorn Hill which will be leveled PSOEI2Sri off inclosed and the necessary grand IX LEXINGTON KT The stand back stop c erected new ground will be on the line of the Saturday July 2 1893 electric railroad so that persons Saturday August 12 1893 wishing to see a game can ride Saturday September 2 1893 out for a small expense and HEMORRHOIDS iPiles cured without surgica the inclosure large enough to operation and wltb little or no pain prevent balls going over the fence REEEBENCES So next year we can expect to see a W AMcKee Hnrdle Frankfort Ky Scott Frankfort Ky J first class olub here who will have a Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky first rate ground to play on easy of J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort h Rev P Hulett Benson Ky access both by street railroad or A H LMcClure Frankfort Ky Ky V J Huglies Frankfort vehicle W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PREPARED BY THE Kentucky Veterinary Medicine Co MT HOTEL STERLING KY KENTUCKY AVETERI MARY MEDICINE W tr j m WWXii CO it xj tii Coming Back Did you ever ask yourself that question Did you know that you can leave Dearborn Street Station Chicago via Monon or O H DM at 740 p m and get through sleeper to Georgetown Thats one change of cars isnt it For personal com- Â¬ fort this is better collateral than gilt edge gold bonds Dont listen to people who talk through their hats but go to the fair via the Kentuoky Midland Yupgs Agent ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs SppTins ht colle Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza Distemper etc HM and Gall Oint- Â¬ ment Blistering Olntroant Eye lotloflB Physic Balls Skin Lotion David Moore Benson Ky Wart Remedy Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing DR KELLEYS office unl residence Is at 269 Cough Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral West Eighth street Clnclnnitlano where he may Tonic and Condition Powders bo found ever j day of each week except SATUR- Â¬ ampUets describing these dlstusea DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W I KELLEY M D by aadresblnK 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST 206 StCLAIK STREET HALLS OLD STAND CONSULTATION FREE fe TRADE MARK W McKee Hardie 6m M Kiunuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii K of P Picnic Committees 1 I IitSi r KS buy hi Vfj v 11 k i fv fv- i L Hi The Knights of Pythias are making elaborate preparations for a grand picnic to be held at Marshalls Thorn Hill Park August 9th and to that end have appointed the following committees 0 D Bbroaw Exeoutivo Committee Lee Owens G P A chairman Noel Gaines D B Wal cutt B G Graham J M Case T R To Eminence Pali Todd OT3 Ellwanger W A Diehle N Railroad will sell round The L G R Sneed H B Logsdon on Committee on Arrangements D B trip tickets to Eminence one July fare lOtJi 20th 21st and 22d at Walcutt chairman W A Howard good to return until July 24th On O P Proehl account Henry County Fair H B Loqsdon Noel Committee on Finance Agent vB Ford Jno Gaines chairman T mt TV Milam Last fall I was taken with a kind of Committee on Transportation B summer complaint accompanied Soon G Graham chairman J S Darnell with a wonderful diarrhooa after my wifes sister who lives with Nool Gaines us was taken in the same way Committee on Subsistance T R We used almost everything without Todd chairman Howard Johnson R benefit Then I said let us try Cham Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea B Franklin Remedy which wo and that Committee on Printing Advertising ourod U3 right away didthink much I and Programs J M Case chairman of it as it did for mo what it was Maok Todd Tom Joyce recommended to do John Hertzler C E Bethel Berks Co Pn 25 and 50 cent Committee on Reception Ellwanger chairman Judge B G bottles forsale by J W Gayle 43 Williams R B Bacon Committee on Floor Lee A Owens For Malaria Liver Trou chairman W S Saflell James Pols uao ble or grove Committee on Music W A Dlohle iI0VK S IKON B I ITERS l - I SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL Febl8 Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky MACHINE SimiiitiiiiiiiuiiiiiKtitiiiiitatiiiiiiHHtiiiuiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiis MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to 7 5 YEARS OISTE Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasnut and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aches and foyers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its efiects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Firs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will pro euro it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS CHICAGO ii And all Points NORTH and WEST BIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Funian Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address L Â¬ Indigestion Haaaltiirgo High Arm lias a ll8ottluireeuIo B Uai n Seir thremlliiE Shuttle No Equal in Construction g Ilua a Jloclmulcal Appearance lias g lias an Elegant xaaisii M lino a Perfect Adjustment s Has ft loaltlvo Tulto up 2 IIaaStliu Furniture Has luoro Good Sewing QuaUtles and dooa n Larger Rnngo ot General Work 5 than any Sewing aiachlno lu tlin World 1 Examlno THE ROYAL for points of excellonoei and you will 1 buy no other I g i a a g - Brjant C P A WMDi OR X LOUISVILLE KY I ill ROYAL S M CO RHUM III Il J UK DlUKUl T- LOUlSVILie m unii xinmwuuv KY AIV vim YORK Nr m II k 9 KlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilllllllllM - II 1- - U 1 111 Jl mi- lJUWtgU Til Mi vlaBMBliMirgMMlflillllMJlCT illiflMlllinii -- mjt mkal Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Mason Jars K J Darsie Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Traps Fly Fans Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods l i t 1 -- si 4i J 5 2 O Kev TB Hi ir T Â¬ XT cs Â¬ K jE5 JUL A W A RELIGIOUS Methodist Church Owing to the ab8onceof the pastor who will Sunday at Bethel Grove Sreach amp Meeting there will bo no morning service Union cervice at night sermon by Kev George Darsie of the Christian Church Sunday school at 930 a m the pastor will occupy the Frankfort Ky July 15 93 pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock No Todd Esq City Clerk of Frank- Â¬ T J service at night fort Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Â¬ My Dear Sir Your communicalor the pastor will occupy his pulpit tion of the 13th inst is received con- Â¬ to morrow morning No service at veying resolutions of the Common Council of the city of Frankfort com- Â¬ night Sunday school at 930 a m in the plimenting my services in the recent General Assembly of Kentucky es- Â¬ chapel pecially as concerns Frankfort also expressing the desire of the First Presbyterian Church Re v ble body you represent that Ihonora should McOlusky Blayney D D will J continue to serve the people of this occupy his pulpit to morrow morning county and city in the next House of at 11 oclock No service at night Representatives of the General As sembly Southern Presbyterian OhurcHt For the compliment to my special There will be no services to morrow efforts on behalf of my county and morning or evening city I am deeply grateful and find first compensation for this service in Episcopal Church Rev E A the generous approval of my fellow Penick the rector will conduct the citizens I would be insincere to myself usual services to morrow at 11 a m should I deny that it would be a per- Â¬ and at 8 p m sonal pleasure to again serve the peo- Â¬ ple in the next General Assembly as Catholic Church The usual suggested in the resolutions of the services at the Church of the Good council but tne large ana increasing Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ demands of my business are impera- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey tive and will not permit present neg- Â¬ the pastor lect even for possible advantage to High mass at 8 a m low mass public and local interests otherwise at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m my pleasure would bo found in fur- Â¬ ther performance of duty to my in official position As it The union services will be held at -citizens Methodist Church to morrow is I must positively decline to be- Â¬Â¬ the evening Rev George Darsie of the come a candidate for the position inChristian Church will deliver the dicated Please convey to each and every discourse member of the City Council assur Â¬ my kindest regard and my Rev Mr Howe and Rev O H ances ofthanks for the unmeasured meet- Â¬ warmest White will begin a protracted they have been pleas Â¬ ing at the Bridgeport Christian terms in whichmy public service A cor ed to mention Church to morrow evening I am very truly yours dW invitation is extended to all to Edmund h Taylor jr meetings attend these Â¬ Christian Church George as I have heretofore done to voters emphatically announce the impossibility of becoming a candi- Â¬ date for the honbr suggested Kindly convey to each and every member of the honorable body you represent i assurances of my personal regard and the very high esteem in which I hold their appreciation of my public service I am very truly yours Edmund H Taylor jr now Mrs Narse Fitzpatric and daugh ter of Eastern Kentucky are visit- L B MARSHALL Â¬ A GAINES fellow- Rev W F Smith will preach at Antioch Christian Church this coun- Â¬ ty to morrow morning at 11 oclook m i Put Money in Thy Purse of remedies Dr Hales Household Cough Care to alley th first irrita Â¬ tion caused by a cold Dont think you can fix up something just as good when for 25c or 50c you can nav the result of years of practice and experience expended in making tbia preparation abeolutaly the best For 4 sale by P H Oarpbntks Always How Save doctors bills keep on hand a bottle of that finest ing friends and relatives in our vi- Â¬ cinity Mr Brack Crawford and Miss Elvira Crawford both of Breathitt county are in our midst Miss Crawford will make this her home residing with Mr A W Macklin Rev B B Bigstaff evangelist in the interest of the Sunday school Union who has been engaged in Breathitt and other connties during the past several months is in our midst this week shaking hands with his many friends Mrs Mary Newman has been very much indisposed several days this week Master Steve Featherston of Mid Â¬ way has been visiting his grandpa Â¬ rents Mr and Mrs Wm Wilkerson this week Also Master Howard wil- Â¬ kerson of Stamping Ground Mr Tom Wilkerson had the mis- Â¬ fortune to step on a wire nail last Tuesday which passed completely through the foot His suffering has been very severe during a part of the time ever since Rev J R Sampey of the Southern Theological Seminary Louisville has been rusticating in these parts this week Miss Lena Moore of Shelbyvillej hps returned from a visit to Mrs Lizzie Buckner Mrs Buckner leaves to day for Shelbyville where she will remain several days visiting her parents Hon John F Davis and wife There being no regular preaching at Buck Run quite a number of our people wait on the ministrations of Rev Alderman at Providence Rev W J Williams of Russellville has been in our section recently much to Jbhe delight of his many friends in this and Woodlake neighborhood Mitchell of Georgetown Prof S College hasjaccepted the call extended him by Buck Run Church Ho will take charge of the church the second Sunday in September Rev Alderman will preach at Buck Run to morrow week Sunday July 30th Services will commence at 4 oclock p m Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO i if a S Real Estate and Insurance Ags 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 s OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET FOR SALE COTTAGE OF THREE ROOMS lot 50 by 150 feet on Shore street South Side To a destrable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR SALE- miles from Frankfort A FRAME A GARDEN proved located FARM OF 12 ona good turnpike road ACRES WELL IM 8 FOR SALE ON THE SOUTH SIDE good neighborhood Prices 550 750 and 850 or 2000 cash for all three This property would make a good Invest Â¬ ment as It rents well and Is now paying 19 per month Three desirable parties who can make COTTAGES THREE located and In - Forks of Elkiaoiu OFFER WE property FOR Forks of Elkhorn at the SALE THE CHESS WARREN consist- Â¬ ing of a two story frame residence of eight rooms a frame cottage of six rooms and a small cash payment can arrange to pay the This property Is cen- Â¬ balance In weekly Installments several vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property j BUILDING LOTS medium FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain WITH OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms and other Improveresidence of live property will ACRES Â¬ desire to call special attention to the Bar- Â¬ rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have Just been completed on a part of this prop erty and we have one more lot 5u by 200feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build Immediately priced building sites we This be sold l FORJENT ROOMS COTTAGE In A FRAME street we are OF SEVENproperty IsON Conway South Side This authorized to rent It at good repair and 15 FOR SALE two story frame residence of six rooms on Shelby ptreet between Cross and Campbell South Side This property it well located and would make a very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet per month 2 TWO STORY FRAME RESIDENCES OF NINE rooms each on North St Claslr street and one HIGHVIEW erty has a lot 112 by very deslrablo home COTTAGE OF HAVE WE rooms A DESIRABLE for sale This FIVE prop onHlghvlew 162 Â¬ feet and would make a V4 FOR RENT SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st Broadway Possession ON 100 BTJILpiNGL0TS OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each SALE Elder S S Beaver of McAllister ville Juniatta Co Pa says his wife is subject to cramp in the stomach Last summer she tried Chamberlains 100 Howard 100 wilkinson street at one A NDMBER OF f Kl Colic Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy for it and was much pleased with the speedy relief it afforded She has since usod it whenever necessary and found that it never fails sale by J W Gayle - For lion E II Taylors Replies Â¬ Forks of Elklioni Regular services 930 resolutions of the County Court and Mrs L T Cannon is on an extend Â¬ the City Council ed visit to friends and relatives in Frankfort Ky July 15 93 Scott county B Smith Esq Clerk Franklin N Mrs Eliza Warren and children of County Court Louisville are visiting her mother Â¬ My Dear Sir I beg to acknowl- Mrs Mary Newman edge receipt of your esteemed favor of the 12th inst communicating the Miss Nonie Warren one of Bath action of the members of the Frank Â¬ countys fairest daughters who has lin County Court expressing their been visiting her brother Mr Ed appreciation and approval of my SerÂ¬ Warren near this place has returned vices to the people of Franklin coun- Â¬ homo much to the regret of at least ty in the recent General Assembly of one of Franklins young lawyers Kentucky also requesting mo to be- Such is life come a candidate to represent Frank Â¬ Mr MoBrido and Mrs West each lin county in the next House of Rep- Â¬ remain about the same as when last resentatives The honor done mo by the action reported of the members of the court Our notice of the Franklin County is a compliment not to be considered Teaohers Association in last weeks with less than careful thought and in issue of the Roundabout called for the light of the high appreciation the Benson meeting July 22d when Such it should have read July 29th Lot with whioh it is received thought has been given to the sub teachors be governed accordingly ject and I am forced to yield to the Misses Sallio Webb and Katie Stu Imperative and now large and In Â¬ bor have returned to their homo in creasing demands of my business Cincinnati from a few to rathor than follow my personal incli- Â¬ friends in our village days visit nation to obey the call of my fellow Bro Burdin ministered to his flock citizens for services in the councils at Pigeon Fork Shelby county last of State In view of those oonditions I must Saturday and Sunday Â¬ Â¬ Below will be found copies of re to morrow at eleven olock a m and eight plies of Hon E H Taylor jr to the and a m p m Sunday school at at Buck Run The readers of the Roundabout that will be pleased to learn there is at least one dreaded disease that science lias been able to euro in all its stages and that is Oatarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis- Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat Â¬ ment Halls Oatarrh Cure la taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foun- Â¬ dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in Tho proprietors doing its work have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred ollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials F J OHEBNBY CO Toledo O 2 Sold by druggists 76c houso on Ann street A i L B MARSHALL CO 2 4 -- 1 to v y1 i NS a M i EBID OF- - D I n l For Sale or Rent- - -- My dwelling- - tf J to T Buckley Saddles from from 5 to G0 37 3 tf Mastin Bros 25 Harness HANDSOME M ft 1 A Horrible Railroad Accident Is daily chremle in our naners also the death of mme dear friend who PATTEMS i 1 i fW is l if ho or she had taken OtteVi Gore for Throat asd disease in time life would have beea rendered happi Â¬ er and perhaps saved Heed the warning If you have a cough or any aflbotion of tho Throat or Longs call at Chapman WiUtems aad get a trial bottle free Largo trice 59c Lg IOW FELICES R ROGERS JkAl k 45 SON VK JBnsxt i i ML -- MmMti I irflllBHBIW 7 W W 3 j j 11 a 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 W Greziexstl Saddlex3r ZEeoonngI dght staad IHIearvsr ZEIard wetxe S7etll Paper Harness mxxies Iron Paints Oils 3 lass Bx ULslnes Vamisli Sasla ZDooxs IBlinds Wagons S Cement Plastex Se wer Pipe Flue Pipe TTsTire IKocls Salt Iron Lime Tools Harness Leatner Lace Oeatnex Pirns Spolses Oarden ULtlexsr and Binder 7s7neels Iope Pisningr Tackle Hose and La wn ZMZo wexs c3cc T wine C3--uarante- - fa ed JLgents for VITRIFIED BRICK STREETS Gen liindsoy President of Gas Company Makes an Offer About Sale of Gas Bonds pany bonds to the city to the amount of about 60000 be placed on tho markej and the proceeds devoted to the reconstruction of the streets with vitrified brick To this proposition the Gas Company make no objections but in a communication from Gen D W Lindsey the President it asks the city to guarantee the interest on the bonds to make them salable at better prices and to subscribe anew to the same terms and conditions in the present contract The company is also willing for about 175 per year moro than now required for lighting the same territory to turn off lights within that area and erect and main Â¬ tain instead twenty four arc electric lights at as many street intersections on both the north and south side of the city The offer of the Gas Com- Â¬ pany appears to be very fair and even liberal and as the officers of the company are citizens of integrity and character whose interests in the welfare of the city are equal with the members of the council and the rest of the property holders there should be no delay about the business con-Â¬ sideration of a matter of so much importance to the city now as to ob- Â¬ tain the means for making Btreets that will not only adorn but will en- Â¬ dure for such a lencth of time as to demonstrate pubic economy in the expenditure The summer is passing and prompt action is necessary if any vitrified streets are to be laid this year The peopleare with the council in this work and that body whioh in its efficient discharge of the trust repose in it has already given an impetus to the progressive spirit of the city that will for years shed a lustre upon tho name of each should not now halt and become woary in well doing If the offer is a satisfac accept tory business proposition it and let the work of improvement SSTaJLter iL -- Toool IY1 Mo wers Deaths Haly and Binders Opposite the Farmers Bank Dead in Bed 1 Va Cor Main and Lewis Streets J Top Drawer E JP A COLLINS ti vm local The alarm of fire Monday morning was caused by the burning out of the flue at the Metho- dist parsonage There was no dam- Â¬ age Prostrated Mr L 0 Lane on Monday morning while sitting in the doorway of the State House became unconscious and fell out of his chair Medical assistance was summoned and after the lapse of a couple of hours he was restored and able to go home It was supposed he was pros Â¬ trated by the heat or else suffered a severe attaok of indigestion Fidelity The Administrator Trust Company has qualified before County Judge Williams as adminis- Â¬ trator of the estate of George T Stagg deceased No Damage It is proposed that the Gaa Com- Â¬ School Per Capita State Superintendent Thompson has made up the common school per capita or the pay the sohool teachers will receive next year for each pupil Common Â¬ X r i i K W V J iauV it35 wft M e From 225 in 1891 and 250 in 1892 amount is inoreasedthiB year to 285 a sum that will be greatly appreci- Â¬ ated by teachers throughout the State As the calculations are based on a pupil census of 712000 the per capita shows that Kentucky next year will pay out more than 2000 000 for the maintenance of her common schools an amount greater than 250000 paid out last year Complimentary Tho June num ber of the American Practitioner and News edited by Drs Yandall and H A Oottell and published by John P Co Morton just received con- Â¬ the report of the proceedings tains of the Kentucky State Medical So- Â¬ ciety held in this city May 10th 11th and 12th The place ofhonor in the magazine in the selection of a load Â¬ ing article from among the original papers read before the Society was accorded to the report of Dr W O Dr Green on Rectal Diseases Green is a son of Hon Grant Green Cashier of the Farmers Bank of this oity and the continued evidences of continue m his success in his practice in Louis- Â¬ Called a Pastor When Traveling ville and growing esteem among the profession for his ability in the line of The vestry of Ascension Church in Whether on pleasure bent or busi Â¬ specialty is a matter of pride this city has extended a call to Rev ness take on every trip a bottle of his to his numerous friends in W L MoOready assistant rector of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleas gratifying Christs Ohuroh Lexington to suc- Â¬ antly and effectually on the kidneys this city Â¬ Taking Depositions Commis ceed Rev E A Penick as rector of liver and bowels preventing fevers headaches and other forms of sick Â¬ sioner W H Posey to whom the case this parish Mr MoOready has acness For sale in 50c and 1 bottles was referred by the Cirouit Court cepted the call and will enter upon Manu began on Wednesday to take deposi the discharge of his duties about the by all leading druggists The salary of factured by the California Fig Syrup tions in the suit of the Common- Â¬ first of September vs Mason Foard Co Attor- Â¬ his present position is but 700 while Co only wealth ney General Hendrick and Hon the church here will pay him 1800 A Good Location Jno D Carroll for the common- Â¬ Wm Lindsay and Some industrious fellow who wants wealth and Judge Cornea back John W Rodman for the Mason to get rioh running a dairy and rais Â¬ every cent that Co wore present to hear tho paid for ing tobacco wonld do well to rent the Foard r Pierces Fa Â¬ depositions given Auditor Norman Dudley plaoe advertised in another vorite Prescrip Â¬ Gov Buckner and the lessees were tion if you Lava column It offers rare advantages among those whose depositions were not found th for suoh purposes help that you taken m need But if youro a tired and Preparing to Leave Tho Wash Â¬ Real Estate Transfers feeble woman or Â¬ ington Oity dispatches of Wednes a dolicate and ail Mrs Sue E Jett has sold through day say that Col Tbos H Corbett ing ono its a remedy thats sure to give it Praotically its Bold oil trial Thats what Co real es Â¬ Messrs L B Marshall of this city who was recently ap Â¬ amounts to If it give satisfac Â¬ tate agents a house and lot on Wil Â¬ pointed Receiver of Publio Money at it in tho building up doesnt tion and strengthening of and the complete kinson street to Miss Oharlotta Guthrie Oklahoma is preparing to overtaxed womanhood derangemonts funccure of all the delicate Zeere for 1500 cash enter upon the discharge of his tional disturbances and painful disorders to His bond is 30000 and will peculiarback the sex then you have your money Shijohs Vitnllzor is what you need duties Youd think that any medicine could be for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow be furnished by the Fidelity or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ Deposit Company of Baltimore sold so if it did all Oats claimed for it Skin anteed to give you satisfaction Md It is said here that Col Cor- Â¬ Exactlyfact remains that out of all the med But the Prioe 75o Sold by W MoKoe Hardie women Favorite Prescription is bett will make his son James icines foron thats 6old on such terms 22 the only i m L Corbett his assistant at a salary of Knowing these things its an insult to In hosiery we can surpass any house intelligence to have something 1200 a year Tho Commissioners of your pays the dealer better offered as else in the city in low prices that jus S Harris 39 tf the Sinking Fund have not yet aa atebsv Â¬ Â¬ elected a clerk at the penitentiary to succeed Col Corbett Col John F An Appointment Davis ex State Commissioner of Agriculture and a gentleman well known in this city was assigned this week to a desk in tho office of Co- Â¬ llector of Revenue Ben Johnson at Louisville The Stat Board On Saturday the State Board of Equalization com- Â¬ pleted its labor in the adjustment of the tax assessments for this year as between counties and adjourned directing the secretaries to continue at work for ten days or more to make tho calculations and prepare tho necessary tables for their published report Franklin countys assess Â¬ ment was found to be all right and was passed without any changes made in the figures from tho county assessors returns Broke His Arm Willie the eleven-year-olson of Mr O P Nickles of Bellepoint fell and broke his right arm Saturday while engaged in play with hiB companions The Athletic Club Mr Ohas G Payne has become the proprietor of the Athletic Club property and proposes to continue to the citizens the pleasures and advantages the members of the club formerly enjoy- Â¬ ed The Third Trial Dr J L Massie of Owen county again received a life sentence for killing Jesse Hona ker The first life sentence was reversed by the Court of Appeals the second trial resulted in a disagree ment of the jury and it is now said that a rehearing of the case has been asked for failing to obtain which another appeal will be taken To avert any danger from a mob which at the date of tho erirao threatened to execute summary vengeance upon the Doctor he was returned to the jail in this city for safe keeping Burned Bonnie Dean the fourteen-year-old daughter of Mr John Dean was burned Thursday by the overturning of a stove Her injuries are painful but not serious d Â¬ Mrs Julia Haly an estima- Â¬ William Hamilton who has for the ble lady living on West Broadway past two years been employed about who was partially paralyzed a few the meat store of the Messrs Fincol months ago was stricken Monday Bros was found dead in bed in a while engaged in the preparation of back room of that establishment yes- Â¬ ner dinner and fell on the hot stove terday morning about six oclock and sustained a number of burns He was a hard drinker but had gono about the face and hands A few to bed sober the night before and it hours latter her death from paralysis is supposed his death was caused by followed Mrs Haly was about sixty heart trouble He was a kiln setter years of age a member of the Catho- Â¬ lic Church and steadfast in the practice of the teachings of Christ Two sonB Tim and John Haly survive to mourn her loss The funeral took place from the Catholic Church and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Wednesday Graham Mary Catherine the in- Â¬ fant daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Graham died at her parents home on the South Side Tuesday morning This is the third child the grief stricken parents have lost since their marriage about four and one half years ago and the deep sympathy of the community is extended to them in the hour of their present heavy Â¬ and brickmaker by trade and also followed the business of curing and canvassing meat His home was in Louisville where his mother and sis- Â¬ ter reside but he had been at work in this city almost continuously for An inquest waB about twenty years held yesterday morning by Coroner Dehoney and the jury returned a verdict of death from heart failure J 3 Electric Street Railway The Street Railway Company are now beginning the preliminary work HI affliction Hon S T Drane died at his home near Eminence He was on uncle of Capt Ed Drane and Judge George 0 Drane of this city and at one time about fifteen years ago made the race as the candidate of the Greenback party for Congress against Hon J C S Blackburn Judgo Drane was pres- Â¬ ent at the funeral which took place at Eminence Tuesday Goins Wednesday morning Be noni Jeffers Goins the infant son of Mr Phil Goins deceased died at Tyrone The remains were buried in the cemetery of this city Ingraham A letter was received Thursday by the relatives of Mr E P Bryan formerly of this place an- Â¬ nouncing the sudden death of his siBter Mrs D Ingraham who was viaitiijg the Worlds Fair No par Â¬ ticulars have yet been received Mrs Ingraham was well known hero hav Â¬ ing visited her brother several times Showalter The infant child of Mr Henry Showalter died at its parÂ¬ ents home in the county Wednesday DRANE Monday of putting down the rails for the elec- Â¬ tric line Ties are being distributed along Mero street and as soon as the rails which have been ordered arrive a large force of men will be set at work If everything proceeds as sat- Â¬ isfactorily as the outlook promises before winter comes there will be five and one half miles of an electrio street car line in operation in this city fJt fP K3 i Now Try Tills It will cost you nothing and will sure Â¬ ly do you good if you have a Cough Cold or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ ta f - V4 covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to give relief or money will be paid back Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for yourself just how good a thing it is Trial bottlesfree atPHiL Carpenter Drug Store Large size 50c 100 At Mi f- To Chicago N Railroad are selling The L round trip tickets to Chicago at 10 92 good returning 12 days from date of sale and to parties of ten at 960 each H B Logsdon j- - Ml yi 1 MM si Agent night Births Hale Wednesday Mr to the wife of Thos Hale of Bellepoint a daughter Physicians Puzzled Cures Consumption Coughs Cronp Sore Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Shilohs Porous Plaster will give greit satisfaction 35 cents Throtit Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Milea tho eminent specialise Indiana in nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arisos from a diseased heart Ho baa exÂ¬ amined and kept on record thousands of caaoa His Now Hoart Ourea wonderful remedy ie sold at J W Gaylea Thousands testify to its value aa a cure for Heart Diseases Mrs Ohas Bon ay Loveland Colo ye its effects on her were marvelous Klegant book on heart diocaae free 4 Chnttnnoogn Term Bays T S Many persons ore unable to sloop MrsShiloWsHawkins SAVED MY LIFE I Vitallzcr on tholr left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physician SHILOHS VITALIZER will Havo you Catarrh Try tbte Remedy rellovo and Cure you Prlco GO eta Tnia In lor Its successful treatment Is furnished lector free Shilohs Remedies are sold by us on a guaraptoo to givo satisfaction S HILOHVtXATARRH REMEDY It Jan 28 For sale by W McKee Hardie ly J - HALLS OLD STAND 9 JOHN DRISCOLI siffl Miloa NTorvo and Livor Pills Aot on a new prinoiple regulating the liver stomaoh and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and ohildron Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gaylea Frankfort Ky 45 ly THE 0 m n Liquor Merchant A Â¬ full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies eto 239 BROADWAY April 15 tf opposite State Houses k t v wlaw wmmmmmMwwwwmmmimmummnuiiiAM wjjiu iaditffc ffektaiKi fwy jJUMMEhztiMitmt A Jiiikfilik r kb t ri f i 8 1 J I 1 - I ii jgaps lm Timt JUL C n jljL XI b H t JL up tl 1 w JLJ JL i J mo c JLA o A C k3 RUINS I m It fl 25000 Crutcher I I w WORTH OF SHOES IN THE 25000 - 1 Starks Entire Stock to be slaughtered None reserved hut all must go no other method of getting it 1 I X i This is not fiction but a sad reality We need money and we know of leath- Â¬ ladies patent tip Oxfords were 75c 24 pairs pairs ladies patent tip Oxfords iOO 28 were paiXS mens fine hand sewed 33shoes best lace and Congress gopatent er at A 5 were 125 533115- - One large lot ladies Common Sense Oxfords were 150 all sizes One lot ladies Tan Oxfordswere 150 SJLOO- - One large lot missesand childrens Oxford Ties sizes 84 to 14 sold for 150 to 175 big values Large lot ladies shoes Common Sense and Opera were Si 50 One large lot Bennett Bernards Slippers at 3 were S450 and One lot mens patent leather Bal and 1-1- 5werepairs mens 5 650 and 7 Tan Shoes go at 2 398 - Ttziv r 5- 100 Calf Q90 paiXS mens were and Kangaroo Shoes in go 33 pairs mens Tan Shoes go at were 250 and 32 atpaiXS mens low cut Calf and Kangaroo go 375 were 3 S5 this sale at S3 98 Vi 1 JfWlli 1 5 Congress all sizes were JLiO 3P3JXS mens Tan Shoes go at i - 200 SOO paiXS mens fine Calf and Kangaroo were S650and 7 This Hand sewed Shoes at Wi wvV- - is the greatest bargain ever offered by any house 5 were S650 One big lot ladies Odds and Ends at about one half price sriAr Remember this is a cash sale and no goods charged atthese prices o 8 JEJESS2SCSZS33MaSSS5KKSai a532a5SavHSraSSHE5H5K5Wj daughter Miss Florence are visiting relatives here Miss Lizzie Clark is visiting Dr A Quarterly meeting convened at M Miles at Harvieland Flat Creek Church Saturday and Large Preach Â¬ Corn and tobacco are suffering very Sunday Brother attendanceLexington ing by Rand of much for rain Miss Farmers are threshing wheat and visiting Lula PDouthitt of Fallis is B Kavanaughs fami Mr report a good yield s UCU1 HIWIiMM I -Ml K f5 x3 7h g3BKS5a3Sc3SSSKMaBtii WHHn VTizwWlSiXZMm Jncksonvillc Advertised Letters at Frankfort Worlds Pair and American Kail Kentucky ways Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS For Ttepresentatives Wn nre authorized to announce L J COX ns nN caniMdiito for re election us Repientutlve ol Frnnkllii county In tho next LczlM tturersubjpct to tho action l the Democratic party 44 tt tised letters for the week ending widely know as the road running the July 22 1893 Finest Trains in the South is in the field to carry everybody from the Hapson Geo B Busker Mary South to the Worlds Fair at Chicago Capehart John C Haden Austin xov boiiator No part of the Southern country is Conway Polk ily rearce liicKo Wflirp Jiifhnr7fti trt left uncared for by this great railway STEPHENSON or Mernernnnrtmwj Tnti w xxr W F Clark filled the pulpit at Rev jau iuiny Janes Mrs 0 Mr JohnMcDowal of Balds Land- Â¬ Denger Mamie candidate The Through for Soimtor from thin illsfrf county as a tn fim and its connections Harvieland last Sunday Kauntz D K r anlil ing visited friends here this week Car System is an admirable exposi- Hon of the Dqnocratl party S V Clark Newman Helen Rev Bailey of Bagdad will preach tion of the wonderful capabilities of B Curry Risner B F at Lebanon Church on the 5th Sun- Â¬ coMr R 0 Hieatt shipped hiB tobac- FallstarS Ben From New American railroading the first of the week Rauso Mrs L E Go and hear a month day in this Toi rnvni urieans tnrough sleeping cars run Ranoy Tenel ii151G grand sermon Farmers are very busy Fair pros- dafly morning and evening carrying we nre nuthorlzed to announce Mr RICHARD Stell Henry and tobacco also Jlen- Edward Martha Smith Otto its passengers via Cincinnati or Louis- iuum iiMucunuiuaie tor re eiection as Mayor The protracted meeting is still in iu mil iiuvfiiiuei- election isua suqiecc to the ville as they may select progress at Jacksonville Rev Stodg ty of weeds T Gaines Wohlfeld Morris vi mo isciiiuuiiiu luuiy From Shroveport Vicksburg and uiuuji Jllly2J 16 hill the young preacher is a pulpit Candidates for Representative Gates John W orator and we think will do a good Connty Clerk Assessor and Superin- - When calling for these letters say Jackson anothor through sleeping W are car line comes to join and become a MANirAN authorized to announce Mr LEWIS work here in the meeting a candidate for Mayor of Frankfort J M SAFFEIiL P M part of the magnificent vestibuled nt the iipxtaselection subject to tho action ot the now all so glad to make your ao 1aaernsea Mr Owen Moore gave a supper in through trains which passing through Democratic party July 22 te and have lived all UeiKson honor of his 20th birthday Saturday quaintance for Birmingham and the famous Wills that purpose these years d Tiioso present were evening Alabama is joined at ChatÂ¬ Valley Crops are all looking well in this tanooga ofby the train from Jackson Â¬ Clements and wife Cyrus Webster A pistol exploded in the hands of and W A Duncan Will Chandler last week inflating a community ville Florida Brunswick and Atlan We are glad to say the singing class ta Georgia over the E T V Ga Mr W W Cook after a long ill- Â¬ severe and painful wound in the knee But boys ness died Monday evening and his jointwomen will must carry pistols taught by Prof Hill at Mount Zion is Ry ana proceeds north over the start fires with coal progressing nicety Cincinnati Southern beautiful remains were interred in Indian Fork and so let it be Tuesday afternoon oil through tho grandest natural scenery Mra Ed stovens md burvincr erround fivin and moflt attractive historical coun Mr Cook was about 65 years of ago Our old friend G A MdGowan of to Lexington this week try in Frankhntont a candidate for Super- - Mr Charlie Goins who has been anotherthe world to Oakdale whore The oats harvest is over I have an magnificent Pullman car is ot County Schools was very ill for the past three months A No 1 scythe and cradle to loan on intendentij inur Mruuir uiiri recieved coming from tho Richmond i i a n i n vi r n rw n At ini i mi irmir iiiiiiiiu reasonable terms and Danville system from Charleston with old friends in his buggy S C through Columbia S 0 tho Everybody generally for George Rip Van Winkle atvo Pto irnn r t u beautiful French Broad country and Fulton for State Senator in this dis who has been visiting friends on Ashville N 0 and Knoxville Ten Â¬ Bott3 for Representative trict Mothers and especially nursing Benson returned homo Monday nessee Q Hello Obsorvor You ask how fish- - mothers need the strengthening sup- r Mr Tnrlloi nnf1 Tho time to Chicago is made so as ing is pretty slim I thank you I find port and help that comes with Dr slni Sunday nijrht which all to afford the most convenient hours lu -- aionf onmIOJ that you have caught all the varieties Pierce 0 LOVOruU XltJBUIlULiUU for departures from tho principal V11W ykkSU nut nf TiRok Bono but Biiokers and lessens flin nnina onrl liiivrlona nf 1 Tho new JJ V at North August 2930 81 Sept 1 2 1893 church Benson cities and arrivals in Chicago ohlld bearing Insures healthy vlgo fchov are not bitinc well now The Passengers can purchase tickets will soon bo completed and roady for You ous offspring and promotes nn abun sign is not right you know the first Saturday and Sun good over ono lino north of certainly are a mun of too much dant seoretion of nourishment on the services August but the committee and roturning via anotnor itthe riverÂ¬ Competition Open to tho World Free they de day in tasto and experience to blame me for part of the mother It is an invigor says will not bo dedicated until sire a variable route without extra when the facilities are so atinjr tonic made especially for flRhinc late charge Or they can go via Cincin- Â¬ Now Track Grand Stand and Equipments perfectly harmless in any October trood for the business three fair dam women nati returning via Louisville or vice Newsboy sols surrounding you who is it that condition of the female system as it m t vorsa TWO RACES EACH DAY Â¬ regulates and promotes all the natu- Â¬ would quit early under these circum Round trip tickets on sale at re Â¬ Any PeiSQii When the weather gets ral functions and never conflicts with stances duced rates Agents of Chicago line f Ladles and Children Admitted 1 cooler I will resume my business on them Fr00 tll0 Vlrst Day is troubled with constipation will on request assist in looking up i Prescription builds up That placid stream of the beautiful The the rooms or accomodation for visitors give you a strengthens and cures In all the can got immediate and permanont to tho Fair Six Mile Creek and will Spoolal Trains on All Railroads job diging worms and stringing fish ohronio weaknesses and disorders relief by using Dr Halos Household at Excursion Ratoo Everything that an almost perfect One doso a dayat bod tirne Will let that afflict women it is guaranteed to Tea a very lucrative business For further Infonnition nj utilogae iddreu th tuniajj 25 and 60o packages at P H Carpen Â¬ system can doviRe to deserve the vou know when to come Keep an benefit or cure or the money is repraibO and patronage of tho travel Â¬ SKELnY T Hakdison Prest 4 ters drug store ovo to business You need not make funded ing public has boon provided Any TItOB Jj mARTIK oooy any preparations jor dinner as you of the agonts of tho company named Worth Knowing July 22 4t por every case of catarrh which can have fifteen minutes for eating below will cheerfully give all possiMany thousand pooplo have found ble blackberries at 12 oclock I may em they cannot cure tho proprietors of information and assistance R juubujhjji- sages Jatarrh Remedy agree a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re Â¬ H Garrett Now Orleans La I pioy you lur ui auiiouu Catchum mo to pay 500 in cash Youre cured by storer Hardy Vicksburg Miss J R Mc- Â¬ If you cleansing and epeolfio have never used this great Gregor Birmingham Ala E T its mild soothing JjoComptes Bottom for tho prevailing malady of Charlton Chattanooga healing properties or youre paid the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Cozatt Junotion City Tonn or W D D G Ky Rheumatism Costiveuess Nervous Edwards Cincinnati Ohio Miss Myrtle Graves of Harpers To Worlds Fair Cheap Exhaustion Nervous Prostration kr OFFER for falo two lots 40 by 200 feet front- Ferry visited her brother B B 30 tf stnmt nml runnlmr hlob- tr X IIIK oil WlLHlllliLtnn Sleeplessness and all diseases arislug Graves at this placo tho last of the ti ten foot alley 1002 to Chicago and return ticket from dexwigomont of tho stomach week tWO lots 40 hV 120 fPPf AlSO fntlitlnv mi Wnn wt vuirT good for 12 days Mastin Bros have had a very largo 900 each for par Â¬ liver and kidneys wo would be Miss Patsy Kavanaugh was in Mon Â¬ ties of ten via tho Kentucky Midland pleased to givo you a packago of tbie sale on their new improved Sloklo pum Biruei cash bulance In ono und two years with Interest und a Ilea on the prop- terey several days last week great uorvo tonic free of charge Grinder Call and examine it 0 D Beiicaw 45 Chapman fc Wiluams 42 tf G P A of Bagdad and L P Hloatt JAS M TODD I j The Queen Cresent Route r f v r m v s z m Â¬ Â¬ rite j Â¬ - Jz M A Â¬ IiEXlJSlCTO IY as I FAIR I sv J i ft J i Â¬ i IlL - Â¬ m i Â¬ - Fine Building Lots - Pox Sale - W lt r V - TKitMS-One-th- lrd jfelsL TflPB JUl-15-- tf fSftft ktffll ul ciihih VjALattmJj ltMJXji I - v 1 jmHRi