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Digital page images are linked to the text file. irrfrwlF7flvrT The Volume XIV Pneumonia V Frankfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advance FRANKFORT Highest of all in inverting Power JULY 18 1891 of people after having been given up by the physicians when both lungs were badly involved There is no remedy known to man that equals Dr Hales Household Ointment for the cure of Pneumonia It cures the severest cases It should be in every home in America Sold JPrice 25 and 60 cents per box at South Side drug store of hundreds la the only disease which seems to entirely baffle the physicians skill Thousands upon thousands die annually that might be saved if they would use the medicine in the world that is a specific for that droad disease viz Dr Hales Household Ointment which has saved the lives It Fsbys Royal Baking Powder U S Govt Report Aug 17 1889 Number 45 to BX7r fjroim- - jgagas ABSOLUTELY PURE An 4 PH Oaepenter Pleasureville R K McCLURE WHO FOR THE E Q Lee and family of Bald Knob visited J W Reeves Satur- - day 14 f Mrs Sally Black of Franklin is visiting her soiv G T Black Mrs Geo Montgomery has been very sick for several days but is bet Â¬ ter at this writing J T Lee of Bald Knob visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Mr Miles of Newport are visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Several of our citizens is spending a few days at Drennon Springs Frank E Smith is erecting a new dwelling house and will soon be a citizen of this town Rain Wednesday Ed Lee of Bald Knob Franklin county while at a picnic at the PleaBureville park last Saturday had the misfortune to haVe his horse take iright at a passing train run away ana make an almjKt complete wreck of his buggy byKlid no other dam Â¬ -- ville the M W Grand Lodge of F A and A M of Ky was convoned by Grand Master Ohas Steele in the Masonic Temple on Main St July 14th This session has been of great inter Â¬ est to the craft A very laree and intelligent repre The sentation hue been present order is reported to be in a flourish- Â¬ ing condition thoughoutthe State Tho session wound up Thursday with a picnic banquet and public in stallation of the following elected M officers for the ensuing year W Grand Master Ohas Steele Georgetown Deputy Grand Master Sandy D Martin Lexington G S W M T Clay Lexington G J W J R Walker Maysville Ky Grand Treas Jno Hillman Covington Grand Secretary W P Annis LouisÂ¬ Effective ment Advertise Â¬ Saratoga Association Mr Charles Wheatly Secy of the Saratoga Racing Association writes From the experience of many years use of Quinns Ointment I unhesi tatingly reccomend it for the cure of Blood Spavins Windpuffs and other soft enlargements age yl Watches clocks and jewelry of standard brand at Coppersmiths be- Â¬ sides sold at There are those who are morbidly St Clair streetdeadrock prices ly234 45 health watching anxious about their Â¬ every symptom and dosing them W L Coppersmith dont send selves on the slightest provocation Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria work to other cities but doe3 all There are others who never give the that is instrusted to him in his matter a thought but permit real For Rent The two story brick building 234 St Clair street- 45 ly symptoms to lapse into the certain Â¬ b m residence ties of disease Between these two known as on Washington street the First Presbyterian Lost A small bunch of latch kevs extremes the wise man steers never Possession given unduly anxious and yet not permit Â¬ Parsonage to H H Watson or April with brass chain attached The finder J W will be rewarded upon leaving tho symptoms to develop 1st Apply ting genuine 27 tf 44 lt same at this office Heknows that delays are dangerous Pruett and he knows moreover that the medicine most likely to be effective is that which goes straight to the seats of diseases and tones up the digestive organs strengthens the system and purifies the blood He takes a few doses of S S S and soon finds that all the symptoms have dis Â¬ appeared and that he is in a better classical and English School for boys and young men condition than ever The great vege- Â¬ table remedy has no rival The Third Annual Session begins Monday Sept 7 1S91 For terms etc address A DUTY TO YOURSiSW It is surprising that people will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for June 3m the same money Dr Ackers Eng Â¬ lish pills are a positive cure for sick headache and all liver troubles They Polsgrove are small sweet easily taken and do not gripe Mr and Mrs William Harrod have j vv wattle Druggist been on the sick list but are better at Engraving of all kinds promptly this writing attended to at W L Coppersmiths Mr John Harrod is no bettor nt 534 St Clair street 45 ly this writing Miss Bettie Taylor is visiting Among the Colored Clti- - tives and friends at Monterey relazens Mr Jodie Head of Monterey is visiting his sister Mrs Win Combs At the Eleventh Annual Session of District Lodge No 19 Grand at this place Odd United Order of Fel Â¬ Misses Ida Harrod Alice Watkins lows which convened at Danville Gertie Watkins Jand Messrs Ezra Tuesday July 14th the District Rodgers and Thomas Duncan spent Xodge was called to order by District Saturday and Sunday last on Flat Master T 0 Buford and opened by Creek at Mr Louis ONaus Wo singing tho Odd Fellows Ode A hope it will not bo their last call in Invocation our vicinity charge to keep I have by P N F D W SealB of Flowing Mr Eliiah Greenwoll will com Spring Loago jno idio ai v jr j a mence an elegant dwelling house J Thompson of Capital City Lodge No across tho branch on Flat Creek in a IUV rW 1597 Frankfort Ky was appointed L Rune has J on tho Committee of credentials few days Mr to James it for him build been engaged KW m The committee reported one hun Â¬ dred and fifty delegates nnd members We are still having a time about present At the afternoon session our school the District Lodge proceeded to elect postThe singing school has a permanent chairman Rov D W poned on account of thoreboon being not Seals of Georgetown was placed in nomination by Spodden Smith enough singers Rev W T Shilvey of Providence MissSallio ONan was taken last 3 was placed in nomination by Rev S Tuesday with a hommorhago of tho OHQ E Smith lungs It was thought sue would not Prof Q A Bailoy of Oosette recover but is fast improving It is e Lodge arose in his seat and made tho earnest wish of her many friends one of the most eloquent speeches of that she may soon be entirely well the day in nominating the youngest delegate to the District Lodgo Edward Lane of Industrial Legion miles Nerve aud Liver Pills Xodgo No 3102 Frankfort Several ballots were taken and resulted in Tho the election of Rov Seals Act on a new nrincinlo roculatin District Lodgo paid Bro Edward tho liver stomach and bowels thoug Lane quite a compliment by eleoting tho nerves A now discovery Dr him Vice Chairman without opposi- Â¬ Miles Pills spoedily euro biliousness tion Prof Bailoy was placed upon bad taste torpid liver pilos constipa- Â¬ the Auditing Committoo tion Splendid for men women and Smallest mildest surost QKAND LODGE COLORED MASONS OP ohildren Samples free at 50 doses for 25 cents KY 45 ly Tho 21th annual communication of J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky m Delays arc i Dangerous i W The effect an advertisement has upon tho reader is very well illus Â¬ trated by the following as related in A wealthy the Mechanical News man who owns a country resi- Â¬ dence recently became dissatisfied with it and determined to have another So he instructed a real estate agent famous for his descriptive powers to advertise it in the Is now receiving and opening the LARGEST AND MOST COM- papers for private sale but to con- Â¬ PLETE LINE of ladies mens misses and childrens ceal the location telling purchasers to apply at this office In a few days the gentleman happened to see the advertisement was pleased with the account of the place showed it to his wife and the two concluded it was just the place they wanted and that they would secure it at once So he went to tho office of the agent and told him that the place he had ad- Â¬ vertised was such a one as he desired and he would purchase it The agent burst into a laugh and told him that it was a description of his own house where he was then In Frankfort all of which will be sold at prices to suit the living He road the advertisement times We have again cogitated over tho grassy slopes beautiful vistas smootti lawns etc and broke out Is it pos Â¬ sible Well make out my bill for advertising and expenses for by George I wouldnt sell the place now for three times what it cost me Â¬ Â¬ SHOES Remember the old stand SATS HATS For men boys and children DERBV STRAW AND FELT M FRANKFORT MALE ACADEMY Books and Stationery 212 ST CLAIR ST And go there when you want to buy Andrew ZFhaller Case Frankfort Ky Â¬ Oarriagros Smriroys IBxxg gfioss jMLSliill Bros iLczi is oxaE3 Plieatons Boad Carts and Xjig lit Wagons ifoir- - Pi Hi Ha k Mm 2 o en CO CD CD co C Â¬ to 11 til ap O --j 2 i i m H a 0 so All styles of hand made Harness Saddles Bug gy Dusters Fly Nets Horse Boots and other Turf Goods sTAS a flJJWwPlSWffl Personal Rev W S Giltner of Eminence in tho city Tuesday Miss Rubenia Tajlor of Lagrange is visiting relatives in this city Mrs S S Shopard and daughter are Yisiting friends in Georgetown Mis3 Katie Halloran liaB returned from a visit to friends in Bardstown Miss Ruth Stanton returned Thurs Â¬ day from a visit to relatives in Mt waB m k Sterling Mr Humphrey Evans of Indianap Â¬ olis Indiana is visiting his mother in this city Mrs John W Milam left Wednes day morning to visit relatives in Hamilton Ohio Miss Minta Sneed of Moline Illi- Â¬ nois is visiting Miss Mary Todd on Campbell street Mr HenryThomas of Philadelphia is visiting his auntMrs J N Crutch er of Bellepoint Mr J Taylor Graham of Louis- Â¬ ville has been visiting friends in this city this week Mr Howard Orbison loft Thursday afternoon for Chattanooga Tennessee to visit relatives Rev E A Ponick wife and chil Â¬ dren left Wednesday for Versailles to spend the summer Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown is visiting her aunt Mrs W S De honey on Main street Mr T J Todd left Thursday morn- Â¬ ing for a trip to Independence and Kansas City Missouri Mr Hugh A Daniel who has been visiting his parents here returned to Cincinnati Wednesday Mrs James M BigstafT and daugh er Miss Penton of Mt Sterling Ky are visiting at Judge Holts Mrs P W Whitmore and daugh Â¬ ter of Lexington are visiting Mrs P S Rule on Second street Mrs HeleD McClure and children have returned from a visit to her parents in Stamping Ground Miss Mary Ettie Smith loft Wed nesday morning for Louisville to visit her uncle Mr Brent Moore Mr R A Peter and family of Louisville are visiting Mr James M Todd and wife on Wapping street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this county loft Wednesday morn- Â¬ ing for Louisville Miss Annie VanDerveer of Hamilton Ohio who has been visiting rela- Â¬ tives here left Wednesday morning for home accompanied by her cousin Miss Minnie VanDerveer Messrs Samuel R Smith and 0 0 Furr luft Thursday morning for Cin Â¬ cinnati to join the other members of the King Fisher Club and from there went to Green Lake near Traverse City Michigan for their annual fishing and hunting outing They will remain several weeks The following young people chap- Â¬ Â¬ Religious We would be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot churches in the city if tlicy would furnish us with any tnnmtncenientfc which they may wish made pulpit at the Christian Church morrow at 11 oclock as usual Rev George Dnrsie will occupy his to- Â¬ Rev George Darsie will preach at the Christian Church at Bridgeport to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock IM5H for Infants and Children Bout Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes di postloo Without Injurious medication Wickliffo Chapman attended the hop at Georgetown Monday evening Misses Annie Abraham Adele Gaines Janie Deho ney Maggie Taylor Fannie Taylor Susie Morris Mary Morris and Re- Â¬ becca Johnson Messrs II T Gaines J S Corbett Attilla 0 Norman Phythian Saftell Mason Barret and O L eroned by Mrs There will be no services at Ascen- Â¬ sion Church to morrow as Rev E A Penick the rector is absent on hiB vacation The Franklin Baptist Association meets at South Benson Wednesday August 10th 1891 and will bo in ses Â¬ sion three days Caatorla to bo well adapted to children thai I recommend itaaauperior to any prescription known to mo n A Abcttjcx M D HI Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N Y The use of Caatoria is so nnWersal and ita merits so well known that it seems a work supererogation to endorse it Few are the of Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Makttw DD City New York Late Factor Bloomlnfidalo Reformed Church Castoria ctrros Colic Constipation Walcutt Tliere will no services at the First to morrow Presbyterian Church tho pastor being absent on his Mr R Hiner Pointer has placed the summer vacation entire Roundabout establishment Rev W G Neville the pastor will under obligations for a lot of delicious occupy his pulpit at the Southern pears for which a unanimous vote of Presbyterian Church to morrow thanks is hereby tendered him morning at 11 oclock For soTeral yearn I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Parous M D Tho Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 oMice IPears Tna Ckmtaur CokpAnt Murray Struct Nrw Yonx Glass in tSie Honey Mr James Eggleston telegraph operator at tho L N depot was sum moned to Bagdad Thursday on ac- Â¬ count of the dangerqus illness of his mother-in-laMrs J M Denton who was poisoned by eating honey into which small particles of glass had fallen He returned yesterday morn ing and reported her some better but it is not thought she can recover as the indications are that the intestines have been cut by the glass w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t The Sunday evening Union Service will be held to morrow night at the Baptist Church and Rev Mr Neville of the Southern Presbyterian Church will deliver the discourse ss9sH rwW TssWsffli ffiBir kShH H JBLvSKJ BH uififlSI isisH at 1030 a The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father Goroy the pastor First ma6S at 8 a m second mass m Vespers at 3 p m PILES SALT RHEUM THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REEEEBT FOR Ate ECZEMA WOUNDS Fl La ESI BURNS c Â¬ Pronounced Hopeless Yet Saved From a letter written by Mrs Ada E Kurd of Groton S D we quote Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my Lungs cough set in and finally terminated in Consumption Four doctors gave me up say ine I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Saviour de termined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Cough and Colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles it has cured me and thank God 1 am now a well and Trial bottles free hearty woman at Piniv Oarpentkrs Drug Store 4 regular price 50c and 100 Â¬ Â¬ Rev W C Taylor having returned from Oregon will occupy his pulpit at the Baptist Church to morrow at 11 oclock Union service at night The choir are requested to meet for practice to day at S p m Rev H G Henderson A M will preach at the Methodise Church to morrow morning at 11 oclock No s ervice at night on account of the a m SORES CROUP BRONCHITIS Send three two cont stamps for froo sample box and book price bo O cents TKR OIDiSOMP TAR OID CO r Issa A FOR MEDICINAL BATH TOILET AND NURSERY PURPOSES Â¬ Union services The Sunday school at 930 oclock - For sale by iFIESIZILu Deoia ly u -- OHIOAOO ILU ZFESSTTIBrES The Epworth League has been dis continued during the summer - m w r hi city Mr A Link Buxton of New Ca6tle came up Tuesday to see tho game of ball and shake hands with Lis old friends Mrs Mary Long and daughter of Frankfort visited their cousin Mrs Sheets this week Midway Thos Clipper Mrs Kate Martin of Louisville who has been visiting Miss Scottio Ohinn left Monday for a visit to w Misses Nellie and Eliza Samuels of Mt Sterling have been tiie guests of Mrs Wiley C Williams tins week Miss Lulie Suter left Thursday afternoon for a visit to her sister Mrs P M Edwards at Smithiield Messrs Jas Darnell and Harry Case and little Miss Bessie Case left Thursday for a visit to Mt Sterling Mrs Richard Church leaves next week for St Augustin Florida to visit her sister Mrs J C P Tilson Mrs Hariett Page and Mrs Thos B Porter of Covington are visiting Miss Annie Herndon near this city Mrs C A West and Miss Maggie Foree of Georgetown are visiting Mrs H F Duncan on Steele street Mrs John F Church of this county is quite ill at the residence of her Mr M P Gray in this Â¬ son-in-la- w Sliilolis Consumption Cure r i e it - -- XWV- v szm T csjS vwo TW 9 Wt Summer Quliug Dr J Q A Stewart Superintendent of the Feeble minded Institute has established a camp upon Elkhorn near Stedmantown to which he takes the children from the Institute in squads of about thirty for a few days Born outing The camp is beautifully lo- Â¬ In this city on Wednesday July AVR10HT cated tho tents being pitched near 18Jl to Mr William Wright and wire a son 15 the creek and the children under Died the care of the attendants are enjoycon- Â¬ ing themselves to their hearts FOfiG Neur Jetts tills countyonTuesdnyJuly tent fishing hunting boating and Hlnfaiit daughter of Rlchfird iogir age three playing in the open air It is worth weeks a trip out there to see how happy the Cough Oil What children are and take a look at the gypsy like encampm ent the Will you heed the warning Â¬ This is beyond question the most successful Cough Medicine we have over sold a few doses invariably cure the worst eases of Cough Group and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ derful success in the cure of Con- Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the Since its first history of medicine discovery it has been sold on a guarantee a test which no other medicine can stand If you have a cough we earnestly ask you to try it Price 10c 50c and 81 If your lungs are sore chest or back lame use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J 37 W Gayle domestic happiness has often resulted from badly washed dishes from an unclean kitchen or from trifles which seemed light as air But by these things a man often judges of his wifes devotion to her family and charges her with general neglect when he finds her careless in these particulars Many a home owes a large part of its thrifty neatness and its consequent happiness to SAPOLIO 3 Groccrs often substitute cheaper poods for SAPOLIO to make a better pronr Sena liacU suua articles ana Insist on uayln Just what you urdurcd ss J Hie more worm rifortfyovii ioui ifefi W2 frJrtliiiio Busy wives who usz SAP0L1Q nSMSr seem to grow oldTry ckeA complete wreck of wri v SMy KM hoes - fee tike9 M kW WW a WwamW ip-AaXxai m 3 I Opening of tlie Park Lake Park which has been leased Oynthiana and improved by Messrs Hormes Co was opened to the pub Mr Fred Gottschalk of St Louis Staley Mo is visiting his mother-in-lalic for the first time on Tuesday Mrs Margaret Holeman on east on which occasion a game of base Main street ball was played in the afternoon and Mrs M W Wilhoit and Miss Stella at Hardin of Monterey Owen county it was intended to have dancing al- Â¬ are visiting Mrs Ada Garrett on night but the rain prevented Second street though a good crowd was in attendMrs Jas A Hodges and children ance Thursday evening it was again of Louisville are in this city on opened when a nice crowd of young their way to visit her parents in people went down and tripped tho Stamping Ground light fantastic until a late hour the Judge Wm Lindsay and wife left dancing floor being in good condi- Â¬ Monday afternoon for Europe where he goes in the interest of the tion and the music very good If the lessees receive proper encouragement Columbian Exposition put in attractions and Mrs John M Stevenson and they will park aother pleasant place most make the daughter who have been visiting one to while away a leisure hour Mrs S S Shepard have returned to for two or their home in Georgetown Down Put Up Mr J P West and wife of Hunt- Â¬ ington West Virginia who have been visiting Mr Wm Duke in thi I want a word to rhyme with ills city returned horn e Monday I have it now Ill put down pills Excuse me though than put down Mayor Lewis Mangan and Messrs pills John E Miles J R Williams and Id wither suffer some big ills Thursday morning Thos Hunter left To put down the old fashioned for French Lick Springs Indiana huge bitter pills that griped so and is of made such disturbance internally He Mrs W M A Townaend Mo and Mrs Robert more than a wise man will do Springfield unnecessary up will not Skene jr of Louisville are visiting Buffering put Ho with suchDr Pierces uses Mrs W H Newhall on Third street Pleasant Pellets As a Liver Pill Smallest Woods who has they are unoqualod Mr Woodson in take been visiting his mother in this city cheapest easiest to sealed Put up al Â¬ hence for several weeks left Saturday Vials hermetically afternoon for hia home In at Louis ways fresh and reliable which is not true of tho large pills in woou or Mo pasteboard boxes As a gentle laxa Â¬ Mrs K C Berry and Mrs L O tive only one Pellet for a dose Kendall left Wednesday afternoon for Three to four of these tiny sugar They coated granules act pleasantly and a trip to Rock Castle Springs will visit friends in Mt Sterling en painlessly as a cathartic Â¬ signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the Bake of saving 50c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that AND DEALER IN- Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than a Million Bottles were Gas sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Mothers do not be without it For JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK lame back side or chest use Shilohs GUARANTEED Sold by J W Porous Plaster 37 Gayle m i FRANKFORT KENTTJKOY In rear of Salondera Grocery lumber GasSf earn -- Fitter Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets IV OTUR and Put PJL23 our statement when we say Confirm that Dr Ackers English Remedy iB in cverv way superior to any and all other preparations for tho Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Croup it is magic and relieves at once We offer you a sample bottle free Remember this Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee 9 J W Gayle Druggist f Communicated VERY BEST P220 JACOB S WIGERT CO -- A7 Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 03ST --H101 t Editor Roundabout Chief Ferguson wants to know who is running the Fire Department He knows Squire Pat McDonald is not but would like to m 2X2r STEEET TO of More Anon AND 102 JINN STR EE1- -- THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH Basement the Capital Hotel- - route Miss Georgia Albers of Knoxville Tenn who has boon visiting Misses ells Famnie and Bessio Lewis at VBelair Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 100 buys 100 pounds meal at Mitch 45 Â¬ lt ber1891 the undersigned proven us required by law on NIcht session open second Jlonday Send for or before July 1st 1891 J W OAYLE W L Coppersmith the jeweler is prospectus Address Assignee of 11 II McCoy Co E u LLI0TT the leading repairer in the city 234 Mur 28 8m yranktort Ky July 4 3m 45 ly St Clair street Tired feeling dull headache pains flSTThey will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement in a in various parts of tho body sinking at the pit of tho stomach loss of ap- Â¬ short time petite fevorishnoss pimples or sores are all positive evidence of poisoned blood No matter how it became Capital City Business Colkp poisoned it must be purified to avoid death Dr Ackers English Blood Elixir has never failed to remove IN A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES as Â¬ scrofulous or syphilitic poisons Sold B H McCoy A debted to the llrmtoofcome forwurd midCo settle signed are requested INSTI under positive guarantee ART HALL AND SHORTHAND the creditors of said Indebtedness FIN will open the llrst Monduy lit Septem their are hereby notllledAnd present their clulins to 0 J W Gayle Druggist to firm Assignees Notice i i 4J it j W m hi WA Council Meeting Wednesday July 15 1391 Ohuroh The following message was rocoived from Mayor Mangan vetoing the ac tion of the council in granting an ox tension of time to the street car com pany in which to build tho street it Â¬ Â¬ The council met in adjourned ses Â¬ sion at thoir chamber last night All membors present oscopt Councilman railway I I r An Ordinance amending an ordinances grnntiny to V II Iosey rind others mimed therein the right to occupy and use certain Btreets In tho city of Frank fort for tin purpose of constructing mninlnining nnd operating astrcetcnr lino hi fiiiid city winch becamo u lnw March 11 180 nnd nn amendment thereto npprovod August 12 1890 nnd nn nmendment thoreto npprovod No Â¬ vember 11 1810 tho said V H Posoy nnd his nnRncintoa being incorporated undor an net of tho General Aesombly An act to in of Kentucky entitled corporate the Capital Rtiilwny Com pany approved May 24 18i0 ordained by the Beard of Conncilmcn Je itthe citv of Frankfort of 1 That the ordinance granting to W E Posoy and others named thorein the Tight to occupy certain streets in the city of Frankfort for tho purposo of con structing operating nnd maintaining a railway in said city which bocaino n law March 11 1890 nnd tho amendment thereto npproved August 12 1H90 nud November 11 1890 the snd V 11 Po ey and his associates being incorporated and organized under an not of tho General Assembly of Kentucky entitled An net to incorpornto the Capital Railway Company approved May 24 1890 be and tho sumo is hereby amended tis follows steam en 2 Strike out tho words gine or locomotive wherever thoy ap poar in tho original or nmendod ordinances so that tho authority granted therein to opornto said cars is limited to electric cnblo or animal powor Tho time between 9 p m nnd 0 a in for freights will remain as In tho original ordinance 3 That section four of tho nmonded ordinance which became a law Novem ber 11 1890be amended by striking out tho words within ono year from July 1 1890 nnd insorting in liou thereof tho words before December 1 1891 4 Tliis ordinance shall tnko offoct from its passage Jos T Staten President Board of Couucilmen Attest Chas G Payne City Clerk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ June RV 22 1891 I I r P m ftaS To the President and Board of Conncilmcn of the city of Frankfort Gentlemen I herewith return to you without my approval an ordinnncc entitled An ordinance amending an ordinance granting to Vv II Posey and others named therein tho right to Gccupy and use certain streets in tho city of Frankfort for tho purposo of constructing maintaining and operating a street car lino in said city which became a law March 11 1890 and an amendment there- Â¬ to approved August 12 lfcDO and an amendment theroto approved November 11 1890 the said W H Posey nnd his associates being incorporated uudor an act of tho General Assembly of Kentucky entitled an act to incorporate the npproved ings were read and approved Capital Rnilway Company May 24 1890 Councilman Payne moved to refer I can not consistently approve tho the Mayors veto on the street car amendmout now proposed because it ordinance to a committee consisting continues in forco for nearly six months of Oouncilmen Payne Tobin and longer tho original ordinance passed by Shaw to report at any time the Board of Councilmon of tho city of Councilman Gaines moved that the Frankfort on March 11 1890 and the water committee be authorized to amendments thereto heretofore passed fix all pumps out of repair Adopted Some of the provisions of this original The reports of all committees were ordinanco I have always strenuously op- adopted posed and can not now conscientiously The gas committee asked for fur approve One of my chiof objections to ther time for the extension of gas the original ordinance is that it confors pipes as the city could not afford to upon a private corporation or set or in do it at present dividuals who perform no public servico The street committee reported the the unusual and extraordinary privilege of grade of Short street Adopted operating a street railway for tho pur That portion of the street commis- Â¬ pose of transporting f roights from ono sioners report in regard to bridges point to another within tho city and by was referred to bridge committee doing so virtually gives to tho parties Councilman Payne moved that the operating said railway a monopoly of the tax books be left in the hands of tho freight transportations of the city of city treasurer until August 12 AdoptFrankfort and thereby destroys tho ed The clerk was directed to have occupation of a number of deserving same advertised citizens nud tax payers who earn a liveCouncilman Payne moved that tho lihood by operating vohicles for hire clerk be directed to draw a warrant transporting freights from ono point to for all rebates after same was apanother from which transfer business proved by the finance committee the city of Frankfort now annually re Adopted cloves a considerable rovenuo in tho way Councilman Darnell moved that of license tax It is futile to say that the clerk be directed to list the claims monopoly because the of the city against there can be no J L Weitzel for Use it in every sick room Wil freight privilege is limited to cortaiu back rent on the opera house Adopt- Â¬ streets Tho history of the proceedings ed keep the atmosphere pure and under this grant so far hnvo not boon Councilman Richardson moved wholesome removing all bad odors dliloront from that of all such corpora- that tho clerk notify the city physi Â¬ tions and you gentlemen are well awaro cian and all drug stores that no pre- from any source Will destroy all Disease Germs of tho powor of such corporations whon scriptions for paupers would be paid once they obtain a foothold and I warn for unless ordered by the charity infection from all Fevers and all you now that if this corporation over committee Adopted contagious diseases obtains a foothold ns a carrier of Tho council then adjourned to meet freights it will go on as it has started next Monday night at 8 oclock The eminent physician J Man out lengthening its cords and strength I on Sims of New York says ening its stakes by atnondment after Prof Darbys am convinced that amendment until it extends to and emRealize perhaps more fully than Prophylactic Fluid is a most valubraces every nook and by way in your city And why not If it is right for any one olso the value of a cloar and able disinfectant 21 ono portion or district of your city to beautiful complexion and thoy also know how ctifllcult it is to retain have its freights transported on a street railway why should not tho whole city freshness and beauty when con- Â¬ fronted by so many diseases incident enjoy tho samo privilego Again while tho first section of said to females that sap their strength and Science When Baby was sick wo gave her Castor ordinanco provides that tho tracks on undermine thoir hoalth so laid as not to ob progreses Thoro aro two romedies tho bridgo are to bo Whon sho was a Child sho cried for Castoria struct travol ovor samo fco I must sug when used in connection will cure When sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria gest to you that this bridgo is in constant any case of fomalb weakness of When sho had Children sho gavo them Castoria use and is daily thronged with thousauds short or long standing and ro of oitizons and tnx payors of your city storo tho individual to perfect health and county who aro necossarily roquired very quickly Dr Halos Household to pass ovor this bridge it being tho only Ointment used in connection with bridgo across the river within the limits Dr Halos Household Ton will ac- Â¬ Fresh bread ovory day at Busams of the city or oounty upon which passen complish tho desired result quicker nny other Known confectionery St Olair street 39 tf gers can trnvel with safety and while a and bettor than o Largo size 50 conts sold at recont examination of said bridgo by a remedy Lost On tho Lawronceburg pike hIiows that said South Sido drug store compotont civil engineor 1 two weoUs ago botweon Fanners P II Carpenter bridgo is now safe and probably sutlloiont store and Bon Hughes place a to accommodate tho ordinary travol ovor W L Coppersmith challenges com- Â¬ yollow Alligator skin purse contain- Â¬ is a matter same yet I do insist that it will Tho of vital importance to tho oitizons of the parison in workmanship on nny ing a ton dollar billleaving ilndor samo tho 231 St Clair be rewarded upon city nnd county that nothing shall bo repairs in his line 45 ly at this ofllce jlnnn that will lessen or impair th P street Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ miner any obligation to put their own means into tho street railway project but propose to treat tho grant as adona tlon to thorn by tho city and they simply dosiro to hold the franchise until thoy can affect a sale of it to some ono else who will undnrtnko to do what these parties themselves have agreed with your Board to do and thoy have not only agreod by solemn contract to do these things but they have in accordanco with the provis- Â¬ ions of tho fourth section of said ordinanco duly executed nnd delivered to your honorablo body a bond in the ponnl sum of 20000 signed by Pat McDonald President of tho Capital Railway Com pany as principal and S H Bell and V M Duncan a suroties By the terms of which bond said railway company nnd its sureties ngreed to well and faithfully perform all tho stipulations and provisions of said ordinance of March 11 1890 and tho amendments thereto and it is provided in said ordinance at amended that two nnd one half miles of snid railway was to be completed by July 1 1891 And I submit that tho failure of the Capital Railway Company to complete two and one half miles of said road by July 1 1891 works a forfeiture of snid bond and tho question of extension now becomes a more serious question than it was boforo tho execution of said bond nnd any extension grauted now to the Capital Railway Company without the written consent of tho suroties in snid bond will most certainly release said surotios from any liability to tho city There can certainly bo no good roason as signed why you ns trustees of tho city should wnive the forfeiture of this bond but on tho contrary I think tho parties should bo made to know that thoy can not make contracts with tho city and then violate thom with impunity If you as a body are still of tho opinion that wo must have a street railway I belioo your bono able body is fully competent to negotiate for ono directly without tho intervention of tho Capital Railway Company I hope before mak ing any further extension of this grant you will endeavor to ascertain when where and how this Capital Railway Com pany was organized what amount of stock is subscribed nnd what amount of stock if nny hns been paid up and en deavor if possible to have some dollnite assurance that tho partios moan to comply with thoir contract Trusting that you will make an earnest and careful investigation of this wholo matter I am respectfully LEWIS MANGAN Mayor pro tern The minutes of the Jlast two meet- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ or prudent to porinit such wondors for his wife Levi Logan uho of our bridgo of Buchanan Mich who had heart I am opposed to a further extounion of disease for 30 years says two bottles this grant for yot another roason I am made him feol liko a new man SiUistiod and think it has boon fully Dr Miles New Heart Curo is sold demonstrated that this grant was ob Â¬ and guaranteed by J W Gayle tained by these parties for purely specu Book of wonderful testimonials free lative purpose nnd it must now be clenr 1 to every ono that tho pnrtles obtaining this grant do not consider thomsolves Col Â¬ elliclenoy of samo And ns now advised Heart disease is usually supposed I am firmly couvincod that tho rapid to bo incurable but when properly transit of the eloctrio earn especially tho treated a largo proportion of cases heavy motorcars across said bridgo will can bo cured Thus Mrs Elmira tend to impair the strength and very Hatch of Elkhart Ind nnd Mrs greatly jeopardize the safety of said Mnry L Baker of Ovid Mich were bridge structuro and I earnestly bo cured after suffering 20 years S C seech you thnt before taking final action Linburger druggist at San Jose 111 on this mattor you will carefully investi sayo that Dr Miles Now Heart Curo gate and ascorttiin for yourselves whether which cured the former worked will be wise Â¬ strength of said bridgo structuro or In any way detract from tho usefulness or Remarkable Facts -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - C E COLLINS braeal whs3 Oil BRO Iron Steel Belting eL Hardware Waii Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster and Mi ei Paint Harnsss Sash 3ci 3 ALSO A SliiadLs Powder Slist etaa S3aells FULL LINK OF Sewer and FIue Fipe and Rack Salt MAIN AND BROADWAY Death of Brown LEWIS STREETS AND LEWIs STItEETS- - rFRANKFORT KENTUCKY- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LONGER at oclock yesterday morning at which hour the spirit of Col Orlando Knowing that a cough enn- hn Ho had checked in a day and the first otagos Brown winged its flight been a sufferer for years from asthma of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers En bito was seldom confined to bed al- Â¬ glish Cough Remody and will refund though his once erect and robust the money to all who buy take it tm form had become sadly emaciated by per directions and do not llnd our disease Ho was taken ill on Satur Â¬ statement correct Gaytk J W Druggist day but was not considered seriously so for several days and not until To Cliicasro Wednesday did his family begin to feel uneasy about his condition N will Hell round trip The L Thursday ho grew steadily worse un- Â¬ tickets to Chicago July ISth good un- Â¬ til 2 oclock at night when death re- til and on July 27th at 7DG on aclieved him from pain and suffering count of U B F E P Bryan Col Brown was born and raised in Ag ent the houso where he died was at all times the same plain genial gentle- Â¬ Pimples Hiadachis Loss of man was universally popular with SSIitp a Wtary Filling Pains in all who knew him and his death was Body or Limbs Want of Appitlte a sad surprise to many of his friends Eruptions If you suffir from He was the youngest in this city any of these symptoms take j son the late Col Orlando Brown who was for many years editor of tho DOCTOR old Commonwealth and Secretary of State under Governor Chas S More head and a grandson of Hon John Brown one ofthe first United States ENGU8H Kentucky In from Senators a pupil was early life he I I B B late Prof the of Sayro but afterwards went to Yale College from which institution ho graduated about 1858 with honor When tho Avar broke out he volun- Â¬ teered in tho 22d Kentucky Infantry under Gen D W Lindsey and was WHY youBecause Your Blood Is Impure l ever used mercury If bo Havo regicommissioned as Adjutant of the did vou give yourself tho needed attention know that as Dont at the timemercur y la yontne system yous ment He served with this regiment in lone ns tho tho effects of it Wo need notj Big Sandy campaign unduring tho will feel you require a blood medicine 5 der General Garfield and was shortly i tell you that to ensure freedom from tho after effects iiiuuui Doctoris acKiTM known medicine that afterward promoted to be Lieutenant Kllxir tho only duiuu thoroughly eradicate the poison from J Kentucky Colonel of the Fourteenth will tho system Get from your druggist Infantry but resigned some twelve jorwrltoto W Hit HOOKER COS months after on account of failing fieka 40 Weat Broadway New York health He served for a time as clerk For sale by J V Gyle of one of the committees of Congress and afterwards as U S Gauger For These Celebrated ENGLISH several years he resided upon his Fdoctor Puis area Positive Curo for Slek and llcadoohe farm near this city but for the past BACKERS OonUpaUon Blllotitneu pleas- Small ant and o ten years has occupied the old home- Â¬ PURE ladles SoldfiTorlto with the In England for la stead corner of Wapping and Wil Hid PINK them In America for SGe Get from your Druggist or kerson streets Some two years ago to W If 1100XEB CPILLS send Wttt Broadwar Hew Tark i 40 he was appointed a Unitsd States i Storekeeper by the late Col W 0 For sale by J W Gayle Goodloe which position he was fill ing at the time of his death He leaves awidow formerly Miss New Hardware Store five children two Bettie Hord and daughters and three sons to mourn Co his death His daughters were visit- Geo L ing his cousin Mrs Lafayette Green OPKX HARDWARE STORK IN THE in Grayson county and are expected WILL on llrnadmty at present occupied bj K Collin j Jc liro on the C home this morning The funeral will take place some OF AUGTTST time to morrow Their irlemls are reiuoitel to reserve thlr When by reason of a cold or from orders anl call upon them as soon as ilwj are other cause the stomach liver and ready lor business Inly 18 lt kidneys become disordered no time should bo lost in stimulating them to action Ayers Pills act quickly safe ly and surely Sold by druggists and dealers in medicines 2 Â¬ Tho city of Frankfort lost a brave noble and generous hearted citizen no NOT SUFFER ANY FORNITURE LOOK AT THESE PRICES A bedroom suit cheval dresser inch French bevel mirror 6th century finish S25 A 16th century finish suit chevdresser 1SV30 inch French 22 Â¬ 1SX40 1 Â¬ Â¬ al bevel Mirror A solid ash suit i6tli century finish 20x24 inch French bevel 20 1SX24 mirror ACKERS BLOOD An imitation walnutsuit jri inch mirror 14 R ROGERS SON May2 ly ELIXIR J- - IF Kg and little girls NiEhalasTJiIlE Â¬ Select Boarding and Day School for young ladles Â¬ Thirty fifth Scholastic B Year to pilntlpal lns September 2m 14 Ib91 For catalogue apply MISS June 2i M F HEWITT Shortest anil quickest between CINCINNATI AND O- FMKFIBt and Onlv direct line between Â¬ Frmkfan lisle hwjm Kaplle TICKETS BY Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Cynthiana l mouth and Covington ASK Â¬ Hannen FOR VIA KY MIDLAND TBAIHS HUH GEHTHXir STARDAHD TIME 17 TIME TABLE MAY AM TRAINS EAST Lv I 1890 l M 7TH j A M pm No 7 Mixed 12 N N05 vn 1 Only Pass U G Pass 4 4 4 4 No 3 01 12 20 35 Â¬ Ar Georgetown Lv Georgtn via Q C Stamp Grod Swltzer Frankfort Elkliorn B45 41 DBS 6 4J 7 03 7 241 G21 606 12 26 12 43 1 07 6 45 500 5 21 147 306 600 2 2 2 3 4 6 6 05 25 45 15 25 Darbys Prophylactic Centreville Ar Paris Lv Ar Cincinnati Lv Georgetown Newtown Â¬ Covington Ar Cincinnati Lv Paris via K C Ar Maysvllle Lv Paris via KC ParlsvlaKC Carlisle Â¬ 7 25 7 25 10 15 10 15 7 25 6 60 7 40 7 05 7 CO 7 15 7 S5 8 10 7 53 10 44 10 50 7 55 8 13 10 10 itt 5 05 5 li 4 SO 5 48 37 45 Winchester 1127 12 10 Ar Richmond n 5 6 7 5 6 43 25 55 48 15 111 35 7 20 Â¬ TlE SHORTEST AND QDICKEST TRAINS WEST Lv Richmond via K Â¬ Ladies AM A Ml MA M PM NoO No No 4 No 8 No 12 Sun Pass Pass Mix Mix Only train train train train 6 10 7 15 7 43 5 20 6 50 7 40 68 2 33 1 Time 25 Hours ntlrj Winchester Paris C 105 Georgetown riliH HiK4se Car Day Coiciie LvMnysWUe via K C Sleepers run through without cluimje Carlisle THE SHORTEST AND QUICKFST Ar Paris Ala Lv Cincinnati via to Jacksonville K 3 20 150 410 M 4 80 5 00 5 40 C Â¬ Time 26 Hours Througl Metpers without cliauao The Short line between Cincinnati and Kv Time Wj Uon LkxinctoKi 12 Tkkn KNOXVIUK A JHKVULK riirrvNouATiNN ATLANTA B1KMIS0UAM I ALA XC 17 V ll 020 8 50 Newtown J8l 0 02 0 45 10 02 Ar Georgetown Lv ClncPnatl via CentrrvlllP Ar Georgetowi a Georgetown Q K C Covington Ar Paris Lv Paris 2 20 2 26 6 37 810 C20 6 30 6 49 7 01 4 00 7 01 7 06 7 31 7 47 7 55 8 10 519 Â¬ Direct Connections ut Now Orleans md Shrtt port r Texas Mexlen ami California La o Kriukrort via Kentucky Mldrmd Railway via I tsetowii Gl5a nisurrlveClncliiimtllOtfG a in Quicker than any other lino Alltrilu irrlv at Idpurttrom Central Union Depot Cincinnati For Rates Maps iVcnililres IRANK W W00LLEV Triellnglats AgtKy Lcxlntfou 5 10 7 21 Stump Grod 7 50 Swltzer 8 10 Klkhnrn 8 40 Ar Frankfort 1100 11 III No 1 2 7 8 and 12 dally oxeept Sunday Nos 3 and 1 da ly runs r aim u htimiays only mnvuiu uuwsuNiAgent GEO H HARPER Gen Superintendent VERNON CLARK General PassengerlAgent 7 00 7 00 10 02 1002 iomF 10 02 1021 10 21 10 88 10 83 10 46 10 40 6 15 1 CC HARVEY D Vice lrm CINCINNATI G O EDWARDS G V T A CLAUDE BOWLS City TickeAgent GENERAL OFFICES FRANKFORT KY A f tokllfsliJKUSfOfjik 3sraiaMMJiyfiplW3tiffTyVg8M axriif4 iiJltityLjfv JlilalMtr lML Jli4liSilJlti1VA4vALA1tiriit rti uWjli- - i tnJt KftWiwiflUV i pv v cfai clues trotting and two running races FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Every old soldier of the Lost CauBe Bartered Base Ball The Pleasnrevillo Club came up Tuesday and crossed bats with the Crutcher Starks nine atLake Park A good crowd was present to witness the game which was an interesting one notwithstanding both nines were off in their playing errors and scores being numerous The visitors took the lead at the Btart and held it up to the end of the fourth inning when it looked like they had the game won the score standing 10 to 5 in their favor In tho fifth inning tho S Club went to work in ear- Â¬ 0 nest batting out eight runs and from that time on drew away from their opponents winning in great shape In the third inning Merchant relieved Hewitt in the pitchers box and did some splendid work striking out thirteen men In the fifth inning Hewitt in running after a ball in left field hurt his knee and had to retire from the game VanDerveer taking his place Jackson the catcher of the Plcasureville had a finger split in the seventh inning and went to right field Hammond taking his place behind tho bat The Pleasureville boys are a gen Â¬ tlemanly set of fellows are heavy hitters and made some beautiful plays in the field The pulling down of a long ily with one hand by A Rucker while playing in left field and the capturing of a foul fly after he went to third b ase were especial- Â¬ ly fine In order to make the last catch he had to make a long run through the crowd and with the ball falling just as he caught it but still held to it and put the striker out The crowd was good humored and although the visiting club was guyed unmercifully by them their fine plays were generously applauded Following is the score CKJTtllLK iC arAHKS Ileum p and It LIikIm It lb Merchant iib and p at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter who can sparo time should go down Mack Salyers Uarnells Stable Gos to Eminence upon that day New Meat Market 223 Mnln Street near Munnnn S fiEO L LEWIS Editor and Pablisher FRANKFORT JULY 18 1891 A Former Citizen Dead w V ft w Mr m INV m Executive Committee of the Peoples Still Buying party and was followed by Senator Hon I T West returned Monday Peffer in a speech of an hour to from a trip to Eastern Kentucky which Qen Hardin replied in a speech of an hour and a quarter and During his absence ho purchased five Senator Peffer closed the speaking hundred and fifty acres of land on Station Camp Creek in Jackson with a twenty minutes rejoinder There At the close of the Bpeaking Mr county at a very low figure is a four foot vein of coal on the land Davis announced that he would ad- Â¬ is heavily timbered He dress the people again on Wednes- Â¬ and it thinks he has a great bargain day night and invited Qen Hardin to meet him in joint debate which Pepper Enjoined invitation was accepted and the meeting took place Mr Davis open Â¬ The injunction of Messrs Labrot ing with an hours speech Qen Har Graham of this city against Jas E din being given an hour and a half Pepper of Lexington was made ab- Â¬ to reply and Mr Davis closing with solute by Judge Barr of the United a twenty minutes rejoinder States Court on Saturday Pepper The Court House was packed on is prohibited by the injunction both evenings with eager listeners from using the brands Old Pepper and as is usually the case each fellowiand u0 O P for his whisky but thought his man got the best of it may advertise it as Pepper whisky On Friday evening next Hon W without using quotation marks 0 P Breckinridge Congressman Judge Barr decided that Messrs from this district will speak at the Labrot Graham having purchased Court House in behalf of the Demo- Â¬ the Old Oscar Popper Distillery cratic party and on Saturday will were alone entitled to brand and ad- Â¬ speak at the barbecue at Bald Knob vertise the product of said distillery Hon Jerry Simpson the sockless as or O O P Old Pepper Congressman elect from Kansas whisky Hon J D Olardy and Senator J C S Eminence- - Fair Blackburn are announced to speak here later so it seems we are to be The fourth annual fair of the favored with an unusual amount of Eminence Live Stock Fair Associacampaign oratory next Mr W E Farmer of Texas and tion takes place at Eminence on Wednesday the Mrs Tucker of Kansas speakers for week beginning the Peoples party were in the city 22d and continuing four days The riiicr shows at this fair are Wednesday in consultation with the usually very fine and the probabiliState Central Committee and have be better this been assigned to work certain terri- - ties are that they will year than usual as a number of hand- Â¬ tory some special premiums are offered Tho entries in all the speed rings are Died on tlie Boat quite numerous and among them are Â¬ A man by the name of John Fitz- some good movers so the trotting gerald from Louisville died on board races promise to be very interesting the steamer City of Clarksville The trains on the L N run so that about three miles below this city one can go down early in the morn Â¬ Saturday morning He was drinking ing or at 10 oclock and have three when he got on board the boat at chances to get home in the evening Louisville Friday afternoon and made Dont fail to go down one day if you frequont visits to the bar after the wish to have a pleasant time boat got under way That night Growing Monotonous after retiring to his berth he was attacked with cramps and his roomincendiary attempts mate worked with him all night ad Â¬ After four startingthe the fires in who has been ministering such remedies as could Buffalo alley finally succeeded in be had upon the boat and the officers stable of Mr John E of the boat were as kind and atten- Â¬ burning the Miles on Friday night There were tive to him as they could possibly be four mules and a cow in the stable but about twelve oclock Saturday when the fire was discovered but all he was discovered to be in a dying were gotten out before they were incondition and expired in a few jured by the fire The fire depart minutes When the boat arrived at ment were out promptly and extin Â¬ the wharf Coroner Dohoney was guished the flames before the build- Â¬ notified and held an inquest upon ing was entirely consumed but it the body the jury returning a ver was left in a very dilapidated condi dict of death from cramp colic super- tion A lot of provender and a set of induced by excessive drink harness were burned in the building Fitzgerald was a laborer and to- Â¬ The loss is fully coverd by insurance gether with about seventy five others The fires in Buffalo alley have been was on his way to lock No 6 to work of so frequent occurrence that they are for the Government in the construe becoming monotonous and it is time tion of the new lock and dam the fire bug was foreted out and pun- Â¬ Â¬ Mr W E Ashmore for many years a resident of this city and several terms a justice of the peace in this magisterial district died at his home Public Speakiug The in Versailles Sunday afternoon brought here Tuesday Hon Jesse Harper of Illinois remains were spoko nt the Court House on Friday morning and intered in the Ceme- Â¬ night in the interest of the Peoples tery Party to a full house and held them A Smash Up for about three hours The old gentleman were very amusing and While Mr Albert Chilson and fam- Â¬ kept the crowd constantly in good ily were driving down Broadway humor Sunday afternoon in a surrey the On Tuesday evening there was a horse became frightened and ran joint discussion between Senator away breaking the vehicle to pieces elect Peffer of Kansas and Gen P Mr Chilson was kicked by the horse W Hardin of this city The dis but not seriously injured and the cuBsion was opened in a twenty other occupants of the surrey escap Â¬ minutes speech by Mr J H Davis ed unhurt of Texas member of the National Fresh Meats of fill Kinds ALWAYS ON HAND Mack Salyers We will run wagons on both sides ot tho Â¬ ain deliver goods In unypirtot the cityriver April 18 tf Co Syrup of Figs is taken it i3 pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver mid Bowels cleanses tho sys tem efTectiinlly dispels coUIp head itchts and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the tnste and ac ceptiihie to the stomach prompt in Ha action and truly beneficial in its lfecis prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to nil and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 02E ENJOYSwhen doom Both the method and results TTNDER Dealt by disease merelr take neiEures to CONDITIONS MANY sene tLinilaith8 todeith ilE8IrtMl00Hl fal1 to PREVAILING DR JOS HAAS Bog -- and Pouhry Remedy Used successfully for 15 years - Â¬ III Arrest Dlsense Prevent Disease Worms Stop the Cough Increase the Flesh and Hasten Maturity PRICI S S2E0 SI 25 and 50c pernkir 251b cans 1250 The largest packages arethecheup est At Expel -- J W AGYLE FRANKFORT KY Joe Haas V S Mar 7 For Sale bv SAN FBAKCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE AY AflV YORK NY NOTICE estate ot Peter Jett disorient are hercjy notified to produce the tame before tlie lit day of September 1591 proven as required by law June Wm C a pamphlet on swine will be mailed to any address on receipt of a two cent stamp Ask for Testimonials J3ylIgoliEj ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST 6m Indianapolis Ind 2m Assignee o Peter Cromwell Jett ah 1h Id lii 8 1 A 7 a Neumuii cl StUKtf ss 2 3 u 0 0 0 4 U U Uavib c LlnOsey W 2b Wliiteruiitli if and 0 2 IP IJ TAMES ATTORNEY PRACTICE A VIOLETT AT LAW KV SRI FRANKFORT stna tvt tuuuerveer Total 3D 1 1 CI If 23 It 0 1 u 3d 111 1 27 11 A J 17 Cleiks Frunklln county mid the Court of Appeals Superior and Federal Courts uflice In Duvill tmMln opposite County Office IN ALL THK COURTS OF June6 3m Â¬ HimunoiKi if amlc Kucker A It Jaclihou c and rl UilCK 1 All G 10 o 1 E 1 o G Jacob cl and p Meiculth Lawrence p and liuater E21 and p Kasudbaudp Total Sb 5 o 0 5 5 4 48 4 1 534 5 1 U S 1 1 914 1 6 0 l l 1 W p CREAM fW fly i Roller Extract T Hi V flHTIIH AJ VAAaiiilj TR IMlj 1 0 2 4 0 2 17 12 12 24 2 b u 0 2 2 1 AEEQEfclTBSr LAW Of- Â¬ 3 Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Jan 80 ly CREAM Extract IS OUR BEST FLOUR BUT EITHER Â¬ CrutcherStarts Earned Runs 2 C Plensmevllle Innings 12 5 i 3 S 8 Pleanrevllle 6 1st Base on Erros C tz S B 1lei urevllle 7 Two Base lllts Uew lit 1 Merchant 1 Jacob i 2008244 1 3456789T WM u 2 110 117 4 17 U 17 CROMWELL -- 23 GOLD MEDAL REAI ESTATE AGEKT r Franklin and the adjoining counties Ol nr will also giro spclHl attention to the purchfni and nule of real estate collection of nta claltr aud the leeotlatioD of loans T17TLL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS Lawrdiice 1 by Jioby 4 Base ou Bilis o Hewitt 3 oil Mereha t 1 off Lawiiiut 1 ell JuvOby 1 on Nash 2 Left on Bise i a o m PltasuieWlle 8 lilt by Wicued Uill Nasn Passed Uiiili Davis 3 Jackson 4 Hammond 6 Time ot name -- Two hours and iweity minutes Uruplrt Mr Borders ol Lexington Three Bise lilts Merchant Struck Out Bj Hewitt 3 u Merchant E Rucker 2 13 by IDOL KING ob r SILIERM00N IS A GOOD FLOUR FOR THK MONEY lnn2Mv Dissolution Notice Â¬ This afternoon the Roundabouts and South Frankfort Independents THE LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE been by will play a game at Lake Park The consent this between us liasWe will wind mutual up all day dissolved old business together Persons Indebted to us game will be called at 330 sharp will settle with either Following are the players J AFCOTT A Dr W I Kelley OF CINCINNATI WILL BB AT THE OHIO Roundabout Des Connor rf Lee Â¬ Â¬ Hulett 2b R A Brawner ss Dick Van Derveer p Ed Roberts c Todd Crutcher cf Ed Suter lb Wm Woods 3b Frank Morse If South Frankforts Alex Johnson rf Will Reed 3b John Rogers If Ed Rodman 2b Roy Williams cf Will Bull lb Hollie Watts ss ChasDuke c Earl Rogers p June G tf or J VIOLETT CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ CAPITAL SOT3 IN IfttANKKORT KY Mothers Friend FRIDAY JULY 18 1891 Friday August 7 1891 dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown Friday August 28 1891 Friday September 18 1891 Friday October 9 1891 Tlie Bondsmen Won The case of the Commonwealth vs The Bondsmen of James W Tate late State Treasurer which was given to the jury on Saturday resulted in a verdict for the sureties being returned into court Monday afternoon The suit was upon tho bond of Tate for the term from Jan- Â¬ uary 1 1882 to January 1 1884 Â¬ Â¬ WILL DO all fnat is claimed for it AND MORE ItShortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Scntby express on receiptor price BRADFIEL0 REGULATOR CO MOTHERS FRIEND 99 flM per bottle BLEEDING csLIND or ITCHING Cured wlturt any surgical operation and wltn or no pain little PILE3 Chloroform Ligature or Knife It not necessary with thU mode of treatuMnt FISTULA ITS Is cured FISbUIlES AIVO Cured wltboat cutting or tearing Confederate Re union The surviving members of the Fourth Kantucky Cavalry 0 S A which was commanded by Col H L Giltner and waB first with Gen Hum- Â¬ phrey Marshall and afterwards a J part of Gen John H Morgans com Â¬ V mand will hold a re union upon the Eminence Fair Ground on Wednes- Â¬ day next the 22d The old command- Â¬ er Col Giltner who is at present a resident of Tennessee will be pres Â¬ ent and all the old soldiers who serv Â¬ ed under him are invited to attend Speeches will be made by Senator J O S Blackburn Gen B W Duke and others In addition to the op- Â¬ portunity to shake the hand of old comrades another inducement to attend is offered in the fact that the Eminence Fair commences upon that day and a chance will be given to see some line stock and two first ished ULCERATION Of CATARRh We Did them Up Bad The game of base ball between the Roundabout nine and the Capital office boys Saturday afternoon re- Â¬ sulted in the latter club being igno miniously defeated When our boys came to the bat they scored until they became tired and then struck out The other fellows could do nothing with VanDerveers delivery while Markham was an easy mark for the Roundabout sluggers As the day was not long enough for the game to be concluded it was called on the sixth inning tho score stand- Â¬ ing 35 for the Roundabouts and 5 for the Capitals If there is any other game the gen Â¬ tlemen up at the head of Broadway think they know anything about the Roundabouts would be glad to hear from them Atlanta Qa BOLD BY ALL rUGaiST CONSTIPATION and other bowel complaints nnnnffiEiT BUYS A GOOD GOLD WATCH urlyfor nearly sevenjtaiH unu ine muiiy curea he una maae amoni me weaiiuy ana inauuuife citizens are sufficient evidence of his suoeeaa It tk now a well established fact that man 4t eases of the stomach llvfr klduey bladdti womb and nervous sjstm are either caused et aggravated by the coexistence of PILES VISXr LA VISSUBKor RECTAL DLCBB tit italic kunow been vlaltlnathls cltr ra the bowel cured cured and prevented by the prompt use of BY 00R CLDB SYSTEM RR9KRXNCES Dr K 3 T stateu Frankfort Ky V Merberlch Frankfort Ky Be L P Hulett Benson Kf A H licClure Frankfort Ky Ayers Cathartic Pills They and greatly assist digestion cleanse the stomach regulate the liver Richard Ferguson Frankfort KF w J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KJfELlTB offloe and residence Is at und send to any address by registered mail or WMt Eighth street Cincinnati and where Hr by express C O Dwlth privilege of examina- Â¬ may be tooad erary day t each week EXCEPT tion Our agent at Durham N 0 wtes AIDIATUBDAT8 Our Jewelers huve confessed tls- dontknow Pamphlet deserlMag these diseases aid ihV bow you can furnish such work for tlu money mode of treatasMtSMt free to aay one ky ai dressing Our 14 karet patent stiffened gold cases are warranted for 20 yean Wultlmin and Elgin movement reliable and yrell known Stem wind and set bunting or open face ladys or gents size Equal to any 75 watch We sell one of these watches for it Gobir Frankfort Ky Franklin Morris ftraetensbug S28 CASH - PlIDlIi Dr C Ayer Co ViS fcVft wanted 43 at each place Write for particulars N Y W Lowell Mass ht EMPIRE WATOH CO and 60Maden Lane New York M D Mgbtb8t Cincinnati O 950 WMt I KELLEY T CONSULTATION IM 8Mt VJUR3 ijggagflfc Oil to 9ti il Mj J MHjRKT HlflhZS i i tv - tHW - I i A 1 I CHANGE Jri Mtl mKtSt IN TV BUSINESS 1 1 H WE WILL SELL OUR ENTIRE STOCK OP I Dry Goods Notions At Cost for Cash Only for the Next Thirty Days COMMENCING MONDAY JULY 20 WEITZELL FKAiNKFOitT JUKJJMABOUT strange part of it all is that the old children of Mr Henry Ahler The gentleman foretold the time of his death nearly to the day On the 18th FRANKFORT JULY 18 1801 of June in conversation with his nephew Mr Jake Ahler he said that for sprains on the 14th of July he would bo no As a general liniment and bruises or for rheumatism lame more He only missed the day by an back deep seated or muscular pains Â¬ hour and twenty minutes Chamberlains Pain Balm is unrivalled For sale by J W Gayle Syrup Figs ODONNELL CO judges of tltc Court of Ap peals for the ConstiÂ¬ Â¬ tution of Chance for Bargains ODonnell hav- Â¬ ing determined to make a change in their business will begin on Monday to sell off their large Btock of dry goods notions and carpets at cost for cash Read their advertisement Messrs Weitzel Leaves Next Tuesday The annual excursion from Lex- Â¬ ington to Old Point Comfort under the management of the Missionary Society of the Christian Church will leave Lexington on Tuesday next and all who contemplate making the trip The should be on hand in time price of a round trip ticket has been placed at the low price of thirteen dollars Produced from the laxative and nutritious juice of California figs combined with the medicinal virtues of plants known to be most benefi- Â¬ cial to the human system acts gen Â¬ tly on the kidneys liver and bowels elTectually cleansing the system dis- Â¬ pelling colds and headaches and curing habitual constipation 43 lm To the Cave TheL N Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Mammoth Cave July 25th to 31st inclusive good return ing until and on 31st day of August Rate 1570 which includes one days board and fees for long and short routes E P Bryan Â¬ s Agent 53 J- We are always glad to chronicle a new idea especially when it is pos The fifteenth annual fair of the sessed of such great merit as that Kentucky Agricultural and Mechan- Â¬ which is now presented to us in the ical Association will commence at August number of Demorests Family Lexington on Tuesday August 25th Magazine which has just isarrived One of the leading articles a game and continue five days This is the of base ball all played out on paper best fair in the State the show rings by means of finely executed illustra- Â¬ with are always filled with the finest tions move explicit descriptions of each Those who trotting races are the eu to explain tne game have attempt- stock and the oi oase bail to most interesting as the best horses aj sister wife or know in this section are entered for them what an almost hopeless task it was Now here is the whole thing done for purses being very liberal will be run from this you and so cleverly and clearlybethat Special trains as alter reading it a woman will city to Lexington during the fair and anxious as any other one of the sex there will be a large attendance to see a match and she will never again say Weill what is there in from this city and county ball anyhow The catalogues have been issued base savo hours of explanationarticle The will and and if you would like to have one shows the enterprise of this progress call at this office where a lot have ive Magazine which strives to give the public just what they want This been left for distribution is certainly very August Â¬ wife-to-be Lexington Fair Women and ISase Ball Â¬ During the epidemic of flux in this county last summer I had hard work to keep a supply of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy on nana reopie oiten came ten or twelve miles in the night to get a bottle bf the Remedy I have been selling patent medicines for the last ten vears and find that it has given better satisfaction in cases of diarrhoea and flux than any other medicine I have ever handled J H Benham Druggist Golconda Pope Co 111 Over five hundred bottles of this Remedy were sold in that county during the epidemic referred to It was a perfect success and the only remedy that did cure the worst cases Dozens of persons there will certify that it saved their lives In four other epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy has been equally successful 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by J W Gayle Â¬ Â¬ at number ractive and contains over two hun Â¬ dred fine illustrations including a beautiful water color of SallowB It is published by W Jennings Demo rest at 15 East 14th St New York Price 20 cents Any one of our local newsdealers will be glad to supply it i A National ISvcut o A Strange Premonition funeral took place Wednesday after- Â¬ noon He will be remembered by mnnt nt our citizens bb the old gen tleman who was seen frequently up on our streets accompanied Dy ine Mr George Wallheiser uncle of Messrs Henry and Jake Ahler and Mrs James Sower who has been making his home with Mr Henry Ahler at 309 Main street for sevoral voara died Monday night at 1040 oclook after an illness of only four or five days aged 75 years and his Mr John Carpenter of Goodland Ind says4I tried Chamberlains Col- Â¬ Persons living in the country can ic Cholera and Diarrhcea Romedy and get bread and rolls fresh every day for diarrhcea and severe crampsbowels pains in the stomach and 39 tf ut M Busams with the best results In the worst cases I never had to give more than In Coppersmith makes a the third dose to effect a cure W L Resetting most cases one dose will do Besides specialty of fine work diamonds etc 234 St Clair street its other good qualities it is pleasant 25 and 50 cent bottles for to take 45 ly phine or dangerous drugs Diseases with unequaled testimon- Â¬ ials free at J W Gayles It is war Â¬ ranted to contain no opium mor- Â¬ The holding of the Worlds Fair in a city scarcely fifty years old will be a remarkable event but whether it will really benefit this nation as much as the discovery of the Re Â¬ storative Nervine by Dr Franklin Miles is doubtful This is just what the American people need to cure nervousness excessive their dyspepsia headache dizziness sleep Â¬ lessness neuralgia nervous debility It dullness confusion of mind etc Trial bottles and acts like a charm fine book on Nervous and Heart Judges Pryor Lewis arid Benpett of the Court of Appeals have been interviewed by reporters for the Louisville Post and all express themselves as in favor of the new Consti- Â¬ tution Judge Pryor says Im for the Constitution and think that the people are going to adopt it It was made for the masses as against aggragated capital and while no in- Â¬ justice has been done to the one the interests of the other are much bet- Â¬ ter protected It is vastly superior to the old Constitution The vital points of it are the provisions with reference to taxation and those reforming the legislative department The principle that the money of a bank should bear an equal share of the burden of government with the poor man who has all hiai nvested in a little home is sound in theory and eminently just in practice The in- Â¬ hibition of special legislation is an- Â¬ other strong features and one that touches the interests of the people nearly The mere details of govern- Â¬ ment are not vital to the people and if mistakes have been made in them they can be remedied by means of the open clause There are things in the new instrument that I object to but thege very matters might commend the instrument to some- Â¬ body else For instance there is the secret ballot which I dont fancy The people generally however like it and want to give it a trial The main thing is however the right of suffraee and the mere form of exer cising it is not vital It is a matter of impossibility to frame anorganic law that would suit every one There are too many conflicted interests on opinions to harmonize matters to that extent but I think the gentlemen who shaped the new Constitution have succeeded reasonably well Judge Bennettisays Im for it I think the good features largely counterbalance those that are objectionable and through the medium of the open clause we can get a first class instrument within ten years if we havent what we want to start with One of my objections is to the system of taxa- Â¬ tion I dont think that banks ought to be taxed the same as other proper- Â¬ ty when they are limited by law in the earning capacity of their money the legal rate of interest having been fixed at G per cent And then I think a mistake was made in prohibiting counties from voting aid to railroads There ought simply to have been a restriction up Â¬ on the extent of the aid to be given However as I have stated before these objections are outweighed by the commendablo features of the new instrument and take it all in all it is hotter than the old Judge Lewis says I am strongly for it because I think it a better instrument than the old That equalization of taxation is one of the best features Then too he continued the doing away with special legislation is going to bo a great thing for our peoplo it will save the State thousands of dollars and stop the lobbying that has been going on The open clause is a great featuro too It will enable the peo- Â¬ ple to adjust their organic law to their needs Â¬ Â¬ C F BROWER Main and Broadway LEizTG aronsr ktst- FURNITURE Chamber Suits Folding Beds Chiffoniers Wardrobes Side Boards China Closets Exten Â¬ sion Library and Center Tables Chairs Rockers etc etc Finished Old English 16th Natural and Antique Oak New Century Designs at the Lowest Prices Â¬ Also a large assortment of Parlor Suits Easy Chairs and Rockers C F BROWER A CO Draperies Carpets Furniture Wall Paper IBBBBHIBHBHIHIHHHBHHHHHBBHHHHBHiHHHHKBSHBHIHiHHBHHH WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE HAS LCD ALL WORM REMEDIES FOR 20 YEARS SOU EVERYWHERE EVERY BQTTIE GUARANTEED PREfAREDW RICHARDSON TAYLOR MED CO STLOUISMO JAY-EYE-S- EE I r fiT Jsm of Mr J I Case fllickorv Grovo Farm homo Huciuc WlsMiyn Alter trying every known rouieily I removed iv lut fro Hunch of two yours standing from n 3 ycur old lilly with three applications of Juy-Eyo-S- 2 5 QUiNNS OiNIWH of 1 2 W Bale by 1 43 lm Fon Sale or Rent Cottage con Â¬ rooms situated on Cross taining five street South Side Delightful loca- Â¬ W L Coppersmith the jeweler tion and all necessary conveniences does the best of work at moderate Annlv to Mrs Mary Brown Dav prices Call and see 234 St Clair 45 ly 32 tf Btreet Stato Librarian J W Gayle rgsoMv wmz hcurttfy recommend It to ull Ilorbcmuu have hundreds of such testimonial KDWBSi PrlccSl50 per bottle Ask your druggist for It Ifliu doiu not kvvplt tend us ac statu paorBllvurfortrlaltex dk majik A w B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y I ttst ho best preparation I have ever used or lienrd 5 We e HI M nvHEtlsie Tin Buckets One Qt 14 aCall See tlie oods Krote of Prices JLnd SLnd Wiwiiliiiw G mm s 4 n rii ini hi mt mm wwwMtmvw wmm w rt4 wuwiwwwwi 1 1 5 5 cts cts Two Qt ill vii k r i- an mm SSI - -- US Porcelain Kettles Four Qt Six Qt So 35 45 55 1 ai l Coffee Pots One Qt Two Qt 5 k li Three Qt Four Qt Six Qt Eight Qt v f- io cts io cts 15 cts Eight Qt Ten Qt Jta -- TV 60 65 F l 10 15 15 cts cts cts cts Three Qt Four Qt UhV virffcs J - - 4 Twelve Qt v Fourteen Qt r- - 70 1 20 cts 20 cts Sixteen Qt aft Twenty Qt 00 10 Ten Qt - 1 i i The Street Railway Veto JVe were very sorry to learn that the Mayor felt constrained by a sense of public duty to veto the ordinance O DISH PANS 10 qt 20c 14qt 25c 17 qt 30c Gasoline and Gas Stoves Refrigerators and Water Coolers AT COST flkumLi fl s pw extending further time until December 1 1891 to the Capital Railway Company within which to construct and put in operation a system of street railway that our city so much needs The ordinance together with the Mayors objections thereto are now before the council for its action Before voting to pass the ordinance over the veto we trust that each mem- Â¬ ber of the council will give to the ortli nance and objections a careful and prayerful consideration If tho ob jeetions of the Mayor show that any rights of the citizen however hum ible are grieviously affected without ample compensation being made to ihim in the way of increased traveling facilities or transportation then Vote to sustain the objections but if on the other hand the objections are mere differences of opinion with you that every man may honestly indulge and that no rights of the citi szen will be seriously affected then vote for the ordinance that will give to our city facilities that will build it up and enable us to compete with our humble sister city Georgetown at least in commercial importance and give advantages that will move us ahead a peg or two as the capital Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I jity We are unable to agree with the statement of the Mayor that a street a car company engaged in carrying passengers performs no public ser vice Increased traveling facilities that will enable merchants shop girls professional men mechanics and laborers to travel to and from their homes and places of business without loss of time seems to us to be a public service of the highest importance It can as well be said that increased facilities for hauling and transferring freight is a public ser vice highly beneficial to the citizen We do not understand that the privi lege granted to the street railway company of transporting freight over Mero and Wilkerson streets between 9 oclock in the evening and 0 oclock dn the morning will give the company the monopoly of the freight trans- Â¬ portation of the city of Frankfort There is nothing in tho privilege that would deprive a single drayman of hauling freight between the same points at any hour of tho day or night that he chooses Fair competition in business must necessarily result in a loss in profits to an individual who has been carrying on his business without competition but the citizens are tho gainers by such competition An increase in number of freight carriers means a f uction in rates and tho consequent aefit to tho citizons as a class Wo unable to perceive any difference principle between one who trans its freight down a street on rails and one who transports freight down u tho same street on tho metal of the street but tho Mayor says that tho person who transports freight in ve hicles for hire payB license taxes and for that reason should have no com- Â¬ petition Tho railway company ex Â¬ pects to paj for tho privilege it exor Â¬ cises in the shape of taxes to bo paid into tho city treasury The value of the plant it will bring into tho city will bo worth at least 875000 on which it will pay about 1200 taxes -- Â¬ Â¬ per annum This will certainly ben- Â¬ efit the city in the way of revenue as there has been paid into tho city treasury this year but 78 as license taxes on vehicles But tho Mayor raises his voice in warning the citizens that if the rail- Â¬ way company obtains a foothold as a carrier of freights it will go on lengthening its cords and strength- Â¬ ening its stakes until it embraces every nook and by way in the city It is not usual for any one to leap the fence before he gets to it and in this instance it is impossible for the rail way company to extend its privileges and operations a jot or title without additional authority granted by the council and so long as the citizens control tho election of members of that board we do not believe that they will elect men who will grant to any person or corporation powers that will enable them to trample upon the rights of the people The reasons that seem to induce the Mayor to oppose the grant of tho privilege of carrying freight to a street railway company for fear that the same may become a monopoly would apply with equal force to tho exercise of similar powers by railroad companies An army of teamsters have been compelled to abandon their calling on the approach of the locomotive and we do not think that the Mayor would advocate a return to the days of the road wagon An Â¬ other objection urged by the Mayor is that tho bridge would be endan- Â¬ gered by placing the street railway on it and the passage of motor cars over the bridge at a rapid speed would increase the danger Wo can not understand how a street car or electric motor car will endan- Â¬ ger the bridge as much as heavily loaded wagons that are seen on it daily hauling whisky corn coal and many other articles heavier than a motor car A high rate of speed might be injurious but we are satis Â¬ fied that the council has at all times the right to regulate tho speed of tho cars upon the bridge or provide other precautions to be observed and onforce such regulations by adequate penalties besides the cars running upon rails will not wear the bridge as much as the same number of wagons 2J ST it and make it a success SUCMIIL We would JBm V vS ask in what waj would the city negotiate for a street railway if not Company with Capital Railway Does tho city propose to raise 75000 by taxation and build and operate a street railway as an insti- Â¬ tution of its own We believe that no one entertains such an idea There is one other way that the city may negotiate for a street railway It may induce somo individual to come and build and operate it if such an individual can bo found It cannot grant the privilege to any corporation other than the Legislature has said you may grant the privilege to this company or you may refuse to make such grant but chapter 56 General Statutes forbids formation of companies to build railroads except by authority of tho Thus the conclusion Legislature follows that unless authority is given to tho Capital Railway Company to build the street railway in Frankfort no railway can be built until after a charter for another company shall be obtained from the next Legisla- Â¬ ture We believe that the council has the best interests of the capital city at heart and will not hesitate to grant tho extension asked to the railway company aad enable it to build up our city in a manner never known before so that we may shake hands with our sister cities as we march in on pride and prosperity Capital Railway Company as tho CRAY -- OHUR fL b Hardware Merchants HAVE THE LEST- - 1 1 APPLE PARER 1ST w3 CT i THE MABEST i 3i t 4 ft i A Pleasant Trip Rev W C Taylor and family re- Â¬ turned Thursday from a two months visit to his parents in Oregon having had a fine trip met with no accident or delay and all returned in splendid health They went through Colorado via Marshall Pass which is 10800 feet above the level of the sea The train stopped at the Great Divide where tho waters separate for the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and passengers regaled themselves by playing in the snow while a storm was passing with- Â¬ Mr in about 400 yard3 of them Taylor thinks the Pacific slope a great and growing country with lim- Â¬ itless resources in tho way of lumber minerals farming and grazing lands which together with its fisheries fruits and vegetable products make it all that can be desired for a land of happy homes and easy living Â¬ are informed that elecric cars on tho bridge will not be operated until a new one is built The Mayor also insists that tho bond executed by the company for the completion of work July 1 1891 will bo invalid as to the sureties by tho extension of time granted It is sufficient to say that under tho ordi- Â¬ nance to which this is an amend Â¬ ment the council can require a sufficient bond before tho commence- Â¬ ment of work under tho power granted Lastly tho Mayor objects to the further extension of time to the company on tho ground that the charter was obtained for speculative purposes and insists that the city can negotiate for a street railway directly without the intervention of As the Capital Railway Company to tho speculative features of the chartor we aro not informed but if wo may bo indulged in an opinion Wo wo would say Good Looks deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ dition of all the vital organs If the Liver bo inactive you have a Bilious Look if your stomach bo disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and if your kidneys bo afflicted you have a Secure good health Pinched Look and you will have good looks Elec- Â¬ tric Bitters is tho great alterative and Tonic acts directly on these vital or- Â¬ gans Cures Pinples Blotches Boils Sold and gives a good complexion at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 4 Good looks aro more than skin blotches and eruptions begin to ap Â¬ M A Your blood needs looking pear after Youll have graver matters 233 St Clair street than pimples to deal with if you May 2 y Dr Pierces Golden negleot it Medical Discovery prevents and School Normal cures all diseases and disorders The Central Â¬ caused by impure blood It invig orates tho liver purifies the blood TLEASUREVILLE KY OPENS FIRST TUES 1 duy Inrfepteiubor 1891 Address and promotes all tho bodily func- Â¬ J B SECREST Pres For all forms of scrofulous tions skin and scalp disease and oven Consumption which is really lung ecrofula in all its earlier stages it is a certain remedy Its tho only one thats guaranteed in every case to benefit or cure or tho money is refunded Its a matter of confi- Â¬ dence in ones medicine It is tho cheapest blood purifier told through druggists because you only pay for the good you got Can you ask more acts equally Discovery Tho well all the year round 1 -- IPs a sign that you need help when pimples vm mir- M ttvv V7 Jffi Tvf y3ffwifc dewdry ktJmvs lllkfi AWgR30BW 1 VLOO i s m vM ilVerwarec CLOCKS 1 w WATCHES f ph f JEWELRY Repaired and Warranted Is SELBERT w m m w M1 ii 1 J Hffl m 3 5 H G MATTEEU TECE TONIC CUKE fH 1 4 h LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Prostration Neuralgia PalÂ¬ pitation of the Heart Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings of J Languor and Lassitude Gen eral Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ Â¬ THAT TERKLIBLrE CQIXKSI In tho morning hurried or difficult breathing raising phlegm tightness in tho chest quickened pulse chill neoB in tho evening or sweats at night all or any of these things are Dr tho first stages of consumption Ackers English Cough Remedy will oure thoso fearful symptoms and is sold under a positive guarantee by P J W Gaylb Druggist Plitiirnta 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY In use for 25 years by eminent physicians and Burceons In tho United HtatOH und Dro- nounced by tuem tue bent TONIU extant others fall It cures where nilyour DruggistTry It and bo for it convinced Ask HI I m mw I PRICE 100 PER BOTTLE CO I w PARIS tion at least should roward thoso COUNTY FARM WITH OR Ohaa Vauplo piano tuner will bo without uroniiiK crop sltuiiteil near Mutton who are endeavoring to guard it Sole in tho city Tuesday Leave your or- Â¬ Ky cotitiiliitiis 11 ncres with good dwelling and W H AVERILL safely through the perils of action by ders for him at Averills drug store or outbuildings Apply on the promises to JOHN W SAKGKNT Frankfort Ky tho city government and are striving at Dehonoy Grahams or to C1IAS V EXUM Juno 18 ly Fnuikrort Ky Junel3 lt 45 lt s to induce capital to take hold on ICY that somo compeuBa Piano Tuning FOR AKR J ED RAY Manfs and Proprs rt Agent iVh All w MBdgSaMgjtjlatjMtXSfflvffl WWfffiMSWPBBWftSiWWMlBWSJiWFilBWr 4 TS i JTV1 KTlSTkn T 1 nttkiMlu WKWfWtVSnmsnB -r r T1T rT TA TOK Wt jTV mWHLfrMI3W2Waji v vl r l 1 1 flnt r t lf r rf IF V wf WTr Mimyi flJJ I Hek Kb R HHmk iOHBRHP IIiJLm J JLanLil EM hIh JLYrIr ILwMII Jj Kb ami ffU 23B3EmBzmssncsxuBm SPRING SUITINGS COATINGS ING8 AND HATS gwatS K TROUSER- a COME EARLY AMD MAKE YOUR SELECTION i HU Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ VV W EE2 F3EB FP S KK3S Or innsesi HSSSMS3 CASSELL GS3z3isra grljv-CTy55g-jn-iXl r ft Is the finest cure in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures neuralgia and rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo brnises Cuts taken internally burns chilblains sores of long stand Â¬ ing corns and bunions are curedÂ¬ in this community quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and In Plain English 60c boxes large size cheapest Sold at Phil Carpenters drug store South Unquestionably considered of in- Â¬ 52 Side calculable consequence in correcting all constitutional contaminations is Bucklens Aruica Salve fo1 Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Can conscientiously commend The best salve in the world Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt it to careful consideration confident Cuts Tetter of its competency in all controllable Fever Sores Rheum chronic complaints The Golden Medical Discovery Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi- is the result of much research and wide experience by a practical tively cures Piles or no pay re- physician of world renown its It is guaranteed to give formula embraces the most potent quired restoratives of the whole vegetablo perfect satisfaction or money re kingdom especially recomIt Price 25 cents per box mended for is blood disorders funded all For sale by South Side drug store dyspepsia liver and kidney com- Â¬ plaints bcrofula salt rheum catarrh P H Carpenter 5 iy and consumption in its early stages insuring relief and cure in all See Us Come and cases We have closed the store on Mar- Â¬ ket street and transferred all our Advertised Letters business to the store on the corner of Main and Lewis streets opposite Below will be found list of Farmers Bank We invite all of our letters for the week rending advertised July 38th to call on us at our 1891 old customers new store where we will be glad to Alford John F Hampton Lewis wait on them as usual Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment McBride and family has been very much indisposed for some time The growing crop of tobacco as far as we have seen is in excellent con- Â¬ dition promising an excellent yield Mi3S Ella Ready has returned home from a visit to relatives at Versailles Mr Lew Cannon mashed his foot quite severely last Wednesday Mrs Clara Harper and children of Switzor have been spending several weeks visiting friends and rolatives Rhyme With Reason To guess the number who would dare to Of all the ills that flesh is heir to To hear the half you could not bear to And lovely woman has her share too Shed havo some less if shed repair to c CEUTCHSU Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription For run down debilitated and overworked women it is the best of all restorativo tonics A potent specific for all those chronic weak- Â¬ nesses and diseases peculiar to womenj a powerful general as well as uterine tonic and nervine It imparts vigor and strength to the whole system It promptly cures weakness of the stomach nausea in- Â¬ digestion bloating debility and sleeplessness in either sex It is carefully compounded by an ex- Â¬ perienced physician and adapted to womans delicato organization Purely vegetable and perfectly harm- Â¬ less in any condition of the system The only medicine for women sold by druggists under a positive guaran Â¬ tee of satisfaction in every case or price 100 refunded 295 buys 100 pounds best flour at JMitchells Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria EOBETS Agents KY n St Clair Street FRANKFORT If you want an oa3y riding Saddle buy the Garford We sell it rrn ttttt fiiTTirrnriTnrrTT nTTTi irnwmTn No Money Reqiured of Responsible Parties to Commence Treatment Ul VJ few a mwBl i For Sale A brood mare with suckling mule colt price 60 quire on Arnolds Hill In-37-- tf 45 tf C E Collins Bro Forks of Elkliorn Refreshing showers Born July 10th 1891 to Mr A Sotuh Trimble and wife a son Asbury weignt vz pounds Mr Bigstaff and Willie Parrent visited friends in Woodford and Tay- Â¬ lor counties the first of the week Mrs Sallie Pryor of Lexington has returned home from a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in this section Regular services at the Christian Church to night to rnorrow and to- Â¬ morrow night at the usual hours Our burg was well represented at Arnold Johnson Buhler Charley again this Cranie Carter John C Cmtcher Martha Mnsou Thomns Murray Miss ftettie Perkins Crud Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Robison Shelby Mrs Laura Same Dr 0 E n iuiuins Miss M Woodruff Mrs M A Wuldkin Minus Moss Mrs Harriett Young Miss Linn Man Jessie When calling for these letters say advertised Dnnnor MissKitter Derryvorry Mrs R FeiK Louis Orifiln Louis Gray CharlieHarris George Kendnll Mr Kitty VJ Peffer Mrs Lizzie Prntt D P Intending buyers of bicycles should not fail to write to the and Type Writer Company S12 VV Market street Louisville Ky before purchasing their mounts This company some plrtce else can furnish any safety bicycle in the market and the prices are the lowest m wrwmum wmmMMmmmm n IH Penn John Qth LOUISVILLE rCVCLE J M SArFELL Postmaster 45 Lawns 3i cents for laws worth Sam D 5 Why do so many people we see cents cents for black lawns worth around us seem to prefer to suffer 25 cents 20 cents for black lawns and bo made miserable by Indiges- wortli 30 cents tion Constipation Dizziness Loss of 45 Sam D Johnson Co Appetite uommg up ot the Food Yellow Skin whcti ior 75c wo will millinery sell them Shilohs Vitalizor guaran Â¬ teed to cure them Sold by J W Everything in this department Gayle 37 marked down to close 15 Sam D Johnson i Co SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY A marvelous cure for Catarrh 110 buys 100 pounds of sugar at Diphtheria Canker mouth and Mitchells Headacho With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the more successful treatment of these Those wishing to avail themselves complaints without extra charge of tho opportunity to tako lessons on 37 tho violin or piano during tho sum Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle mer months can eithor seo mo or Pure peach oider at Mitoholls the leave word at tho reside nco of Mr Miai Alice McBride of Louisville best temperance drink on earth Try Sol Harris No 228 Main street Prop Sionor Blitz 40 tf who is visiting her brother Mr John a glass 45 lt Â¬ the Peoples Party speaking in Frankfort Tuesday night Miss Eliza Williams of Bath county is the guest of her sister Mrs Mat Whittington Mr T J Lucas Jeff made an im- Â¬ portant business trip to Winchester recently Miss Alice French is on a visit to friends in Shelby and Jeilerson coun- Â¬ ties Mrs Julia Hughes and grand Â¬ daughter Pattio South are visiting her daughter Mrs Mattie Crumb at N railBeards Station on the L road Miss Annie and Fay Redd have returned home from a visit to friends and relatives in Woodford county Shipping wheat now in progress the price ranging from 75 to SO cents per bushel Mr McClary Allen and sister Miss Maggie are here from Kansas City visiting relatives A butcher shop has been started in our villiage by Mr Sudduth Dar- Â¬ nell from which he will supply our people with excellentbeef twice each week Wednesday and Saturday Misses Boulah Stone and Mamie Gallahue are visiting at Switzor In last weeks Roundabout we were mado to say Joe Newton when it should have been Joe Holton Bowon left last Messrs Holton Wednesday with several of their race stock for Missouri and other points where they will outer their horses as contebtantb in the races Mr Clarence Bonar accompanies them and will be in charge as driver Mr Willie Allen and his nephew Allen Bedford aro visiting relatives in Shelby county Mr T T Cannon has returned home from a visit to relatives in Henry county The farmers in this vicinity having finished ulowing corn and threshing are now busy sowing timothy hay Â¬ Changes of Climate Kill more people than Is generally known Particularly Is this the cose In instances where the constitution li delicate and among our Immigrant population yreking new homei In those portions of the West and where ma Â¬ laria and typhoid lovers prevail at certain seasons of the year The best proparatlvo for a Quango of climate or of diet and water which that change necessitates Is Hostetters Stom- Â¬ ach Bitters which not only fortifies the sys Â¬ tem against malaria a VArlablo temperature damp and thn debilitating effects of tropical neat but is also the leading remedy for son stlpatlon dyspepsia liver complaint bodily troubles specially apt to attack emigrants and visitors to reglq s n ar tlio equator mariners and tourists Whether used as a safeguard by sea Toyagers travelers by land miners or of agriculturists in newly populated districts this fine specific has elicited the most favor able testimony The well known SURGEON iinl SFECfAUST of Cincinnati O fnrmprlv DENT Physician of the Philadplphia Guxerai Hospital nmi PnvaipTvt Ciiarog of tlie Omo Mkikcal Ixstitutf hat for thirty years devoted his attention to theireitiuentofCHitOWC NERVOUS FEMALE AND SURGICAL DISEASES such 7 iiai in vsuuin nneurnausm an diseases oi wo atomaon Bowels cents for ginghams worth 10 an QI UIIUI1IU3 cents 10 cents for ginghams wortli fioctum Liver ffidnnys Bladder Sexual Organs Heart Nerves and Brain diseases of tho Eye and ar Deformities otc 12 J cents HE WILL BE AT THE 45 Sam D Johnson Co Johnson cents Co o ri 2SO3 MLF m XP Ttt Ginghnms i Cliallies cents for challies worth 15 cents 15 cents for challies worth 20 cents 49 cents for French challies worth 65 cents 45 Co Sam D Johmson 10 CAPITAL HOTEL FEANKFORT KY WEDNESDAY AUG And every f urn il week 5 To the Eminence Fair N will sell round trio ex The L cursion tickets to Eminence at one fare July 22d to 25th good return Â¬ ing until and on the 27th of July on acount Henry County Fair Embroidered Flouncings cost ticielter Consultation uid Exaimnalon Free EP Bryan Agent Answer This Question CON95JLTATION AND EXAMINATION IS FREE and ho will promptly tell all about your dUeiise aud tho prospects of a jure Je undertakes 110 incurable cases you 45 Co Sam D Johnson 11 iiAtui rtiuicteu witu uuy Of tlie ills DPtlllnr In Hinlr cut mm- - nnnoiii ii feet cnutldeiice uml tho asstiniuce of certain relief and nermniieut cure kPa Their on wv will iccolvit Hint Klud nmi contldeniti iitntlou winch all will upn erlute lils treatment always pioves satisfactory lcal tientiaRt Is M lilom uecesnrv Ovttiiim Tumors lu their earlier stotr s nmorl vc limit noi n At half former price mwL ui foreuce 45 Sam D Johnson Co Sterility U usually tho result ot carelessness or Iffnornnce It can be lemedled 2IJepiy or- Iltueuretl by a never fulling tietttucut Ueiiiness many cises can be cured CmicerM permanently Mom the most delleito nreans hv nil riven nnnnllii 15 cents for black lawns worth 20 method Uttlo or ltd pain removed 01 no kulf or ruuvtiu the onto vosithe cure nolcs 18 Flouncings colored and white nt Returning Every Fourth Veck Thereafter Fancy Parasols Black Lawns - money and health The Hiiccess attained in tho treatment of tho caso3 which ho makes his specialty is truly phenomenal WoiMlorful Cur oh have been effected lu old and difficult casee which havo baffled the efforts of all others As his rooms aro usually crowded It Is botter to call early la the day to avoid being Poisons consulting him should bring from two to four ounces of their urlno In a clean bottlo for examination Ptttlonts treated by mull or express but whon posslblo personal consultation Is prefei ablo List of questloussent on application All Consultations Correspondence and Caspg Strictly ConOdential Treatmont sent C 0 D to wuy pait of tha United Ktnt s and Canada Address with 1 B- cured of all nges who sutler from IndlKorptlonsandoscesseavni benefit by our counsel snN and tniitmeut If t hoy obstirvo certain bedlmeiits in the urlna or Irritation of tho urinarw organs thoy should consult us without delay HV restore all mch cases 1U doctor treats with uniaillnp success nil forms of Rectal lUseusrsuch as Piles kisNur Fiituti jiuln or and Ulrcrution of the towel by n method of his own discovery without detention fiom business He guarantees all cases Early Interference is cousldorcd tho best of Judument In all ccuejand saves tlrro Stricture Varicocele HvilrocCkf SueriniitorriKit perinmieutly llrl imri nil imnntm m 111 Â¬ rwyw w SLAUGHTER Ffll XXX fi n w OVER SHOES CLOTHING remember these prices are for 6000000 D A Al 3 FURHISHIHGS J h f In this monster sale All must be sold WE WANT MONEY AND MUST HAVE IT and you will be convinced of it when you see the great sacrifice prices And CASH ONLY 209 Ladies Kid Button Shoes go at 99c former price 140 43 Ladies Button Dongolo go at price 1 50 V CASH ONLY iff rain iinrrrrrTiinriinnT 1 rwrrrmin 1 75 Dozen Genuine Domet Shirts worth 50c all sizes only 25c worth 25c 73 Striped f c Cal Coats only 25c worth more only 50c than double the money jS Seasucker Coats and Vests Si SO 100 former 60 Dozen Suspenders only 15c worth W f 37 Dozen V hite Shirts Linen Bosom New York Mills Cotton only 60c worth 1 00 27 Childrens 162 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Tip go at 90c former 100 Suits Jacket and pants go at 65c price 125 5 Dozen Red Cotton Handkerchiefs only 5c worth IOC worth Si 25 1806 Childrens Suits 137 Pairs Ladies Oxford Pat Trimmed go at 23 Dozen Boys Shirt Waists only 25c worth 40c worth 50c yereI35 V 4 Dozen Boys Knee Pants only 25c two piece garment Si 25 150 S200S2 50 S3 0O worth just double the money these marvelous values V 75 Pairs Ladies and Gentlemens Tennis Oxford go at 50c former price 75c 32 D c en Sox only 5c per pair worth 10c 27 Dozen Sox better goods only v 93 Pairs b1 Boys Veal Calf all sizes go at 90c 2 1 worth I2c four ply 8c only 503 Pairs Blue Cotton Pants only 50c other houses will ask you 75 c to 100 175 per pair Pairs Striped Cottonade Pants beautiful pat- Â¬ terns only 60c other houses want Si 00 for i3 W Vr former price Si 35 120 Pairs Mens Plow Shoes go at 85c worth Dozen Fine All Wool Overshirts beautiful colors only Si 50 worth 2 50 Dozen Linen Cellars them 806 Mens Suits Coat Pants and Vest twenty differerent siyles only S450 Good strong f c plaids stripes c beautiful patterns 113 125 163 86 Pairs Mens Buff Bals and Congress go at worth 150 123 Pairs Ky Flats go at Si 65 worth S225 110 35 worth 20c 67 Dozen Celluloid Collars only I2c I2c worth 25c Dozen Full Bosom White Shirts very fashionable only Si 25 worth S2 00 worth 25c only 25c 53 Mens All Wool Cheviotts go at S750 worth S1200 to S1500 Mens Black Cheviott Suits go at Siooo worth Si 500 at any house in this city m 96 Pairs Calf a Regular 200 go at 149 33Pairs Gentlemens Pat Leather Cloth Top sold for S500 go at S400 New Piccadilly Gentlemens Pat Cut to 400 Cash only sold for 22 Dozen Boston Garters only 15c 35 27 Blue Yacht Dozen Cotton Drawers worth 50c good goods worth 10c Siooo Cloth Suits Sack or Frocks go at worth S1350 to S1500 500 10 Dozen Straw Hats only 3c 27 Dozen Gauze Undershirts only 20c worth 40c 1500 Pairs Pants all Colors Styles and Quality almost cut half in two Every article in our house cut to pieces except E W Collars and Cuffs and Dunlap Hats This is undoubtedly the grandest opportunity for buyers of SHOES CLOTHING HATS and FUKNISHINGs evejf offered in any market in this State We ask you to iCRUTCHER I Main street FRANKFORT Cash Only Gets These Goods Fourth STARKS 0 - jj Jefferson LOUISVILLE mm m mj