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The GEO A Frankfort A Latest U S Govt Report fiOUNDABOIIT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance T0 VOL XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power FRANKFOET KY SATURDAY FEB 4 1893 are too well known to require further mention In 1805 Mrd Jett died and in 1871 Mr Jett married Mrs Caroline Cromwell Giltner of this county who yet survives and tenderly and faithfully nursed tho deceased in his protracted illness Mr Jett died in possession of no property Business misfortunes over- Â¬ took him in his latter years and swept away from him thp earnings of a life which he had hoped to close in the independence and comforts of a fortune the company to UBe the Broadway The funeral took placb yesterday line that day No blame could be at- Â¬ afternoon attho Southern Presbyteri- Â¬ tached to tho gas company and con- Â¬ an Church and the remains were sidering tho threatening danger and laid to rest in the cemetery trifling damago in the breaking of the street and sewers in places where A Long Procession the explosions occurred the city can of diseases start from a torpid liver well afford to bear the loss and impure blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery cures AN AGEDCITIZEN every one of them It prevents them too Tuke it as you ought Mr Peter Jett Died at His Son-in- when you feel the first symptoms Laws Home Wednesday languor loss of appetite dullness depression and youll save yourself Night from something serious In building up needed flesh and strength and to purify and enrich the blood nothing can equal the Discovery It invigorates the liver and kidneys promotes all the bodily functions and brings back health and vigor For Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Biliousness and all Scrofalous Skin and Scalp Di Â¬ seases it is the only remedy thats guaranteed to benefit or cure in every case or the money is refund- Â¬ 22 Baking TOW Â¬ WATCH THE TIDE You will see that all the people with Money Buy Hardware Paints Oils Varnish Glass and A A LIGHTED MATCH ABSOLUTES PURE Hr And Curiosity to Test Oil Oozing Prom the Street Causes a Num- Â¬ ber of Explosions Sunday Â¬ Sporting Goods from the enterprising i t tfe jjf -- I t- - JfjA K w ft v w V fh The city was startled Sunday at noon by several explosions succeeding each other the riuging of the fire alarm and a great black cloud of smoke rolling up in the West End The churches had just concluded their services and the crowds of peo- Â¬ ple on the street added to the excite- Â¬ ment by an eager haste to reacli the scene of the alarm which was located on Clinton street between Washing Â¬ ton and the river At tho corner of Washington and Clinton streets the oil oozing from tho street had been observed by Policeman Will Gordon Sam South and others who engaged in a discussion as to what it was ed some holding that it was water and others that it was oil and to substan Â¬ About Catarrh No matter what youve tried and found wanting vou tiate his opinion South lighted a can be cured with Dr Sages Catarrh match and applied it to the oozing Remedy The proprietors of this substance medicine agree to cure you or theyll Instantaneously there was a flash pay you 500 in cash of fire from the sewers in the vicinity and an explosion followed it that THE STATE LEAGUE shook the houses for some distance a Tho mouth of Mr Peter Jett one df tho oldest Of Republican Clubs to Meet in around tho scene the Clinton and Mero street sewers citizens in the county died Wed Louisville May pth Next wielciiedforth great tongues of flames nesday night atrlliSa aolouk atti Executive Committee of the State on the river bank and the catch- - the home of his Mr League of Republican clubs held a A B basins on Clinton street from Wash Reed about three miles ington to the river were miniature from this city on the Louisville turn- Â¬ meeting at tho Capital Hotel in this Those present were volcanos from which ascended dense pike Ho wa8conflned to his bed for city Tuesday clouds of smoke and fire At inter- Â¬ about four months and for a month Messrs L J Crawford of Newport vals explosions followed each other or more before his death he was 8 0 President Mr T J McCann of and wild rumors were set afloat that very feeble it appeared impossible Louisville Secretary of the League the oil tank and gasometer were in for him to survive another day The W K Ramsey of London W E danger of exploding and many resi Â¬ Anglo Virginian race however from Riley and John Barrett of Louis- Â¬ Jiiy Ml h dents and on lookers in the neigh- Â¬ which ho derived his longevity not ville W H Ritchey of Shelby borhood precipitately fled for safety only transmitted to him a sturdy county and R N Edwards of Law Tho fire department in the mean frame and vigorous constitution but renceburg besides a number of the while had responded to the call and a character built upon inflexible members of the Garfield Club of this driven at a great speed down Wash principles of right and duty which city The committee agreed to hold ington street wnero tney wore con- Â¬ could not pass away until the afflic the State convention in Louisville fronted by a flame twenty feet bigh tions of mind and body had finished May 9th to send delegates to the the impress of a long and honorable National Convention which meets in to block their passage It was too late to turn and go life Born in Culpeper county Vir- Â¬ theBame city the next day around and into and through tho Are ginia Juno 3 1804 the decased was a Shilohg Vltalizer is what you need MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY to the other sjde of Qliqton street son of Matthew and Susan Tapp Jett for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow the brave firemen drove to the fire natives of the same county but of Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar-Â¬ hydrants and turned on four heavy English origin Matthew Jett served anteed to give you satisfaction streams of water into the sewers in the war of 1812 and came to Ken Price 75c Sold by W McKeeHardio oo They soon gained control of the tucky in 1820 three years after his flames but kept up their work until son Peter had taken up his residence nearly five oclock and then retired hjre Both came to this county the you weak leaving the hose for the employes of father settling on a farm on the Law worn out take and the gaB company to operate for renceburg turnpike on which he died BROWNS IRON BITTERS Peter Jett was reared a several hours longer Though tho in 1854 flames were in dangerous proximity farmer but he also learned the trade Branch House to the houses a nnmber of which of a carpenter and for many years wore actually scorched and each ex- Â¬ was a contractor and builder from Messrs Mastin Bros have bought plosion would send the stones of the which occupation he earned a hand the stock of harness etc of tho late Our buyer will leave in a few days for New York and to make room street flying through the air the some competency He was appoint- Â¬ for bprmg purchases we must iduce our present stock damage was trifling and there was ed county assessor for a number of B F Firestone and will make it a F or thirty days we will offer Special Low neither loss of life or property to re- Â¬ years and after tho adoption of the branch of their Main street house Prices on our entire line of Constitution of 1853 was elected to they will put in a full line of harness cord Mr Gross Haly was tho only un that office in which he served for and saddlery Mr Walter Horsey fortunate to suffer by the occurrence about twenty years Until old age will be at the bench than whom there He had the index finger of his left incapacitated him he was for more is no better workman in tho State hand cut off while assisting to raise than twenty years honored by the tho mouth of one of the sewers Democratic party as the chairman of Tho accident did not affect tho the county committee of this county plant of tho gas company and that and though his party prejudice was night tho street lamps and the resi- Â¬ well known to his friends no one dences wore supplied with gas as ever questioned for a moment the -Siuun LURPlplKil usual It was supposed that the late equity of his ruling For more than X tL lJcold weather had burst tho pipe half a century ho was an elder in tho along which oil was being conveyed Presbyterian Church holding his ur0 Consumption Coiishi Croup Soro Dont miss this opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains Each de-JL Throtit Sold by nil Dntccmts on a Gmrantee from an oil car on the railroad on membership in tho Bridgeport and Fora Lame Side BflckorChetShilohaPoroua partment complete with new and strictly first class goods fatlion as Broadway at the intersection of afterwards in the South Side Church Pla8ter wM gIve Long Lane down to Clinton and to and in tho disolmrge of tho duties of SHBLOHS VBVASLIZER t TSHawuins the corner of Mero and Washington that office he was never wanting in MrsSMloha VitaltarCIiQttnnoojrnTcnn says I A VED MY LIFIV streets to tho gas works This lino of the niotv aim uovocion oi an earnest comiderttthebealremcuufin adebllttaUdmiatrm I T7Vj jcwrMsejn yov J CkVIm Liver or Kidney pipe was an old one which h ad been ionowor oi mo gospei commanus troublo It excels 1rlco v5 els On May 27 1820 Mr Jett was united discontinued lor some time by an mLOH5LCATARRH order of tho city authorities that it in marriage to Miss Julia a daughter waB dangerous to tho lives and prop- Â¬ of Mr Stephen Arnold of this coun- R E M E DY erty of citizens on Broadway but as ty from Whioll union four children Have you Catarrh Try thia Remedy It will auu wuru you ncuuucis xuia in tho lino afterwards laid from tho were born Dodridgo who was killed rouovu for Ita suocosaf ill itreatment Is furnished joctor freo Shilohs Itemedicu tiro sold by us oa a Â¬ Kontuoky Midland yards down Clin in battle as a soldier in the Confeder guurantoo to give satisfaction ton street happened to bo out of ate army Martha J now Mrs Reed sale order Sunday permission wus given Matthew Edgar and William L who For 28 ljr by W McKee Hardie AND BROADWAY Jan M P GRAY Hardware Merchant mvwum son-in-la- w 4 Â¬ ROWER S mm o Tin t qjijf Â¬ If all feel Great Bargains for 30 Days In House Furnishings iftj -- ii Â¬ Â¬ KHnSHILOHSfl - Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies I I Brower MAIN i 8Z68 S WSEMifim Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies Lexington Ky hPBIPPt WJgUlW irffyP W vBbph Bfcaewj lVSro4JBVHMriBEH T T T NT 5J C3-- 4 OHM 3Er c MM gll llllllll 3LO Diftoni Shot 6 ooo 13011 of We will close out as follows Troy Surreys worth 175 at Sherwin Williams Paint at gallon 145 6 7 and LML 83 JE i cents We make the following cash Prices Steele Nais per Kty 185 base Wire Ntils per Km 190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Hand Saw Si 10 S3 75 145 per Horse Shots per 100 pounds 20 cts Guns anu Fishing Tackle at cost cents per box Shells its Rifle Powder 3ij Germania Paint at 120 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints O cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent ofT list Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts Collar Pads 35 cts Collars 25 Grate Baskets 4 cts per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Matenpl Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Uope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Car ridges Seed O its Kield and Garden Seed And a full line of GENERHL HKRDWHRE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL C E M A COLLINS Chairs Oak Oak Opposite the Farmers Bank 6 iv locate Messrs Stuart and Ed Starling of Miss Nellie Anglin of Lexington is Henderson were here this week the guest of Miss Kate Murphy on Mr A C Witherspoon of Law Wilkinson street renceburg was in the city Tuesday Miss Birdie Brown went to LouisMr Link Buxton returned Tuesday ville Wednesday to attend the Lottie from a visit to friends in Cincinnati Collins performance Misses Annie and May me Starling Miss May Marshall of Warren returned home this week to Hender- Â¬ county attended the German at the son Capital Hotel Wednesday Mr H Davis Harrod Constable Messrs George McLeod and Charles was in Lexington on business Tues Nelson of Louisville attended the day German Wednesday night Mr Henry S Barker City Attorney Mr Will Brislan has been appointof Louisville was in the city Wednes ed to a clerkship in the office of the day Allen Bradley Co in this city Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louisville Miss Belle Palmer of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrs Jas Hod was in the city Wednesday and atman tended the German that night Miss Blanche Coke of Louisville is Mrs Dickson of Paris is here with in the city visiting friends and rela- Â¬ her husband Hon E M Dickson tives member from Bourbon county Miss Ada Wymond of Louisville Mrs Hensley wife of Hon B B attended the German Wednesday Hensley the member from Pendleton night county is the city visiting her hus Â¬ Mr H N VanSenden of the Padu band cah Standard was in the city this Capt and Mrs John Barrett after a visit to their son Mr Johnston Bar Â¬ week Â¬ Mrs Johnson of Georgetown vis- Â¬ rett returned home Monday to Cinited her father Dr J A Lucy this cinnati Mr Frank W Miller of Richmond week a was here this week visiting his par Â¬ Miss Maud Steffee is home from visit to relatives in New Albany In- Â¬ ents Mr and Mrs George Miller on the South Side diana Mr J S McKendrick and wife of Hon T J Funk the member of the the Iexington are visiting friends in Constitutional Convention from was Seventh District of Louisville this city here this week Mr Lyne Hemdon of Louisville Postmaster John Barret of Louis was in the city this week visiting his ville was here Tuesday in attendance relatives on the Court of Appeals and Repub Miss Fanny M Herndon of Louis lican State League meeting ville attended the German Wednes Mrs Frazeo wife of Hon J M day night Frazee member from Mason county Miss Katherine McDowell of Louis- Â¬ is at the Capital Hotel with her ville attended the German Wednes- daughter Miss Annie Prazee day night Mrs Grant Green and daughter Miss Selenah Harris returned home Miss Kate Green wont to Greenville Saturday from a visit to friends in Miss Wednesday to remain several Louisville months with Mrs George Alexander Mr Joseph Power of Flemings Mr John Heller came up from burg was present Wednesday night Louisville Sunday and returned yes at the German terday accompanied by his family Mrs Margaret McEnnis is reported They will make that city their future much better and hopes of recovery home are entertained Capt Mike Bolan of Cqvington ex Miss May Lounsbury of Stamford Warden of the Penitentiary was hero Conn was present at the German Wednesday and Thursday on official Wednesday night business connected with the State Mrs E H Rankin wont to Oldham departments county Thursday to visit her daugh- Â¬ Miss Mellie Carter of Louisville ter Mrs M J Brown who was queen of the last Satellites Miss Mayme Bull went to Louis- of Mercury Carnival Ball attended ville yesterday to attend the benefit the German at the Capital Hotel Wednesday night given to Miss Currie Duke Mr M R Hainlino and wife of Mt Messrs John McDowell and Ben Dudley of Louisville attended the Sterling who have been visiting the family of Mr James Ledridgo re Â¬ German Wednesday night Miss Hetty Robinson returned homo turned Monday accompanied by Miss Thursday accompanied by her sister Anna P Ledridge Mrs J 0 Thomas of Bagdad Rev W B Cooper Chaplain at the Mrs W H MoDowell of Louisville Penitentiary returned Tuesday from came up as chaperon with a party of Lexington where ho wont last week young ladies and gentlemen to at to attend the funeral of his sister tend the German Wednesday night Mrs L P Milward Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Howard Rodman of Louisville Miss Bettie Vannata of Shelby ville is visiting Mrs Jenkins on Todd was here Sunday visiting relatives Miss Todd Saflell visited friends in street Mr and Mrs R Choate went to Louisville this week Dr W O Green of Louisville is Louisville Saturdayto visit relatives Mrs Ed Olaassen returned home here visiting his father Mr Grant Miss Nettie Mills of Christians Green from Cincinnati Monday burg is visiting friends in the city Misses Kate and Sue Overton of MIbs Annie Pulliam of Louisville Col and Mrs R P Pepper and Miss Newport are the guests of Mrs A Laura are visiting in Chicago this is visiting her friends here Mr Alex Robertson who has been W Overton week Judge W H Holt and his daugh Â¬ Mr George Shaw and family visited quite ill is much improved ter Miss Carrie Holt were in Louis- Â¬ the family of Mr Will Petty at Mrs George Berry returned Satur- Â¬ ville Monday Millville Sunday day from a visit to Louisville Mr Haner Bohannan left Sunday Lawrence Dr W E Baxter was in Louisville Mr W A Bottom of afternoon for Chicago where he ex- Â¬ Saturday attending Thursday the Fanny Dav- Â¬ burg was in the city pects to GRAND BARGAIN SALE former price Oak Walnut Sideboards Cherry Walnut Oak 3300 Dozen 2800 1600 2400 8500 Now 2500 52oo 13 CO 2000 Now former price enport performance Mrs John W Milam returned Mon 6500 5006 1600 1000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day from an extended visit to her V 900 mother in Hamilton Ohio Miss Lida Terry will be absent for several weeks visiting friends in Mahogany former price 350 00 Now 30000 Richmond and Lexington Walnut 10000 11500 Miss Nettie Willis of Christians- Biich 10000 8500 burg is visiting Miss Ella Newhouse Oak 10000 12500 on Shelby street South Side Misses Annie and Mayme Brown of Shelby ville are the guests of Miss Now 9000 Turkish Suit former price 1000 Maggie Parker Arlington Heights Mahogany 10000 8750 Mr Ed Harrjs of Pittsburg whois Oak 6500 5500 traveling for a leading house at SyraOak 55 00 4500 cuse N Y is in the city visiting his All other goods will be included and the sale will continue until we parents make room for our Spring Stock Mrs Addie E English returned home to Williamstown this week after a months visit to his sister Mrs Hiram Berry un2My as Mr James Darnell returned Satur MOST SUCCESSFUL day from Missouri where he had been of the three terriers parts held by to the bedside of his sister who was Misses Dunn Juda Palmer and Dollie EOT quite ill but who it is now thought Theobald Miss Theobald who is trim and petite appeared later as the will recover bad Fauntleroy brat and made a Mr J S McKendrick and wife of And Chronic Disease Ppeclrilfrt In the tnte Lexington who have been visiting great hit The Versailles Clarion of last Mr W J Hughes and wife on Mur Â¬ week says ray street leave this morning for Mrs W L Cannon and Miss Nel- Â¬ New Castle to visit relatives lie Orbison the lovliest of ladies and Mr James I McEnnis of Louis- Â¬ sweetest of singers were guests of ville has been visiting relatives in Mr and Mrs Lester Witherspoon at this city this week having been their charming country home last called here by the dangerous illness week of his mother Mrs M McEnnis Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Mr and Mrs McAllister of O wings ville are stopping at the Capital HoShortsightedness tel Mrs McAllister will bo remem Â¬ bered as Miss Lillie Fratman who To waste your money on vile dirty visited Mrs JohnH Stuart about two watery mixtures compounded by in- Â¬ experienced persons when you have years ago the opportunity of testing Ottos Messrs Charles Clay Joseph Le Cure free of charge Why will you Compte and Barrand Faulkner of continue to irritate your throat and Lexington Gough of Shelbyville lungs with that terrible hacking Williams cough when Chapman and Keller of Carlisle wore among will furnish you a ireo sample bottle the visitors at the German Wednes- of this great guaranteed remedy Hold a bottle of Ottos Cure to the day night light and observe itsbeautiful golden J W V II iyi k Mr L M McIIenry Mrs D M color and thick heavy syrup Lar The eetebritcl Sreclnllct formerly of New York now unisuli McHenry and Mrs A F R9spess we nt gest packages and purest goods City Institute of lug Physician of Southern Med Ky will hi ittthe Louisville leal 45 to Louisville Monday to attend the Large bottle 50c CAPITAL HOTIL frnnklort between the hours titnl 8 p in on of 1030ii Lottie Collins performance that night Monday February 13th Births at the Auditorium They returned returning every four weeks DR6T0CK0ALE home the next day has had enrs of experience In the largest hos In Richmond Virginia on the 28th pitals In the country Is u graduate of t everulof Mr Eugene Hogo who was former inst to the wife of Mr J M Staten the hLbt collects and lias torn nuuibet of years ills madeiiMeclilty anil lyherewith the Mason Foard Com Â¬ nee Miss Mollio Coleman formerly e ises lie treats ot nil chronicand dosurgical take successfully s not a euro cm be guaranteed pany and afterwards went back of this city a daughter Catherine the cuhe unlessChronic Citairh Ringing In Ears Acutu ami homo to Staunton Va has returned Samuel Deafness Disease of the Ee Ear Nose Throat Lungs Kidney Urinary and IHadUer Troubles to this city and accepted a position Drlglits Disease Diabetes Djspepsa Constipa Rheumatism urn Purulysls with the State National Bank Dr Halos Household Ointment tion Epilepsy or Fits positively cured Young or nildil e aued men suITerlng from The Anderson VNews this week says Spermatorrhea Inipotoncr Eruptions the results cu It J S McKendrick of Is the iinest remedy in the world of errors or exci sses ushould If casebeforenot Is too that Messrs gone lias It absolutely cures catarrh It cures late We guarantee cute Lexington W J Hughes of Frank Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures fort and F F Waller of New Cas Â¬ Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum BLOOD AND SUN DISEASES tle were in Lawrenceburg Tuesday in the most soothing manner Cures As Syphlllls Scrofula Stricture Uleut etc looking after a location for a coal and Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids cured by never falling remedies Can be Disease of Women such as Lucorrhea IaMful Cures Coughs and Golds lumber yard Womb Hearing taken internally A positive specific Menstruation In Displacement or short time Duck relieved In of this oity for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Down Pali s carries nil his portable Instruments Miss Sallie Theobald The Doctor the most obscure a member of Hoytjs Hole in the Chilblains Sores of long standing and conies prepuied to examine He undertakes no Corns and Bunions are cured quickly medical and surulcul cases hundreds given up Â¬ Ground company has been the re different from all else superior to all Incurable disease but cures and contidontlul cipient of many special compliment Â¬ else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes to die Consultation free Address i ary mentions latoly A Kansas City Largo size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 B II 8 TQGRDHLE in paper speaking of the performance ters drug store A groat in that oity this wook said LOUISVILLE KY was made by the song and dance Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria hit Walnut Ash 4500 1400 7000 55oo Bed Room Suits Parlor Suits 1 Â¬ R ROGERS SON S Â¬ ElE TBOHT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m sTORns f bl U 111 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ i fxTi AHta -- JL w A- - t P O Top Drawer LOCAL m f UK1- - P Acquitted On warrant for assault and battery sworn out by Wm WnBson two men from the country nahied Williams and Douthitt wore tried Saturday before County Judge Williams and acquitted Shooting Match At tho shooting match Friday of last week between Dick Church and Dick Crutcher on one side and George Berry and John Mustin on the other side the flrat named side won in a score of 19 to 18 Mr Church made tho best record and killed 11 out of 12 birds tho mntcli being 21 live birds at 25 yards rise Fell Down the Cellar Thurs day of last week Mrs James Moore aged sixty four years living at the Wardons residence opposite the penitentiary fell down the cellar steps a distance pf twelve feet and struck her head violently against the cemented floor of the cellar She was unconscious when found and later became seriously ill from the accident but under the caro of Dr George Chiun ahe is now rapidly recovering Large Damages At Shebyville Saturday in the circuit court Nan Â¬ nie Ellis wife pf Stophen Ellis was awarded a verdict for 11000 damages against the Louisville Nashville railroad for the death of her hus Â¬ band who while drunk was put off a train between this city and Lex- Â¬ ington last fall and was run over and killed by another train James An- Â¬ drew Scott of this city asssisted by J P Foree and L C Willis of Shel byville represented the plaintiff and Hon J 0 Beckham and Judge L A Weakley of Shelbyville the defen- Â¬ dant The case was appealed to the Court of Appeals Adjudged Insane Saturday Jos Woods of Woodlake was tried be- Â¬ fore County Judge Williams on a writ of lunacy and the jury returned a verdict in accordance therewith and Woods was ordered taken to the asylum at Lexington It was shown in the testimony that Woods reason was dethroned by a too free indul- Â¬ gence of intoxicating liquors Dennis Returned to Asylum Harrod who was thought to havo been cured and was released from the insane asylum at Lexington showed signs of returning dementia and had to be taken back to the asylum this week Poisonfd Som person poisoned a valuable setter dog belonging to Mr John Mastin on Saturday Â¬ fort of his patrons This is an insti tution which Frankfort has long needed and its opening which will take placo within tho next few weeks will dbubtlcss bo hailed with delight Lock No 7 Oapt I V Hoag has filed with hiB superior officer the data relating to the location of lock number Beven which has been fixed near tho Cincinnati Southern high bridge 117 miles from tho mouth of tho river and 21 miles distant from look number six When finished the projected lock and dam will extend navigation 20 miles making tho river navigablo a total distance of 137 Q L HANNEN SOWER G Oils Paints von want n WHEN PLOW that will never make ou nngry nntl always keep yon ulntl Ufc J011 bought it just come in and jjet you an OLIVER L HANNEN -- CO Doors Glass DEALERS IN Harness Saddles -- 323 Auisrnz Bxoeids7vra3r c Sash oeme miles -- Athletic Club Collector The Athletic Club announces through President D W Lindsoy that Mr Anderson Gaines has been elected tho collector of the club in tho place o Mr T iM Turner resigned Adverse Report -- The Committee on Claims in the House on Tuesday reported adversely a bill to allow Mrs John H Stuart of this cjty 50 fgr engrossing the new Revenue act and the report of the committee was sustained and the bill defeated Two Elevators -- Mr M P Gray the hardware merchant finished Work this week on two power ele- Â¬ Co vators for W A Gaines one being hydraulic at the Hermitage and the other steam at Old Crow Both are in fine running order and furnish splendid testimony of the quality and completeness of the work in this line which Mr Gray engages to perform The Stone Here The first car load of stone for the abutments of Nashville railroad the Louisville bridge was received Sunday near Tom Ponces mill where it will bo prepared as soon as possible for the place for which it is intended The amount of taxes on whisky for tho month of January collected by Col L P Tarlton Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue in this city was 11452140 The number of barrels that this amount of taxes released from bond was 3023 which contained Say that it would in gallons 127240 require one half pint to make the average man drunk those who were accustomed to drinking and those who were not accustomed to it and the quantity of whisky drawn out of bond during one month from the warehouses of this county only will represent 1035930 fine Bourbon New Paper It is said on the authority of tho Louisville Star that a number of tho wealthy and promi nent gentlemen of Louisville who have for a long time been dissatisfied with tho unreliability of the Courier Journal in reporting the political affairs of the State have made an offer of 100000 to Mr B Du Pont for tho Louisville Commercial but that Mr Du Pont is holding off for a higher bid The gentlemen inter- Â¬ ested in the movement it is said are Gen Jno B Castloman Mr Attilla Cox Mr JrioM Atherton Col Thos H Sherloy and Mr Wm F Mayer Tho company which will make the purchase will include prominent men from every part of tho State and the paper under its new ownership have a backing of sufllcient capital to force it into the field as a superior competitor of the Courier Journal CHIILEP POLD BY G L HANNEN C0 Jin7 3m I i Internal Revenue Collections I i i i Â¬ El B formerly of this city but now of Falls City Nebraska sent his friends here this week a copy of the Falls City Jonrnal a newspaper of sixteen pages on which Mr Henry is engaged Saturday Col Hiram Berry afternoon while alone in his room at home Col Hiram Berry stum- Â¬ bled and fell striking his hoad against a piece of furniture and cutting a deep gash in his forehead He was unconscious and in a pool of blood when found by Mrs Berry a Restoratives few moments later were applied and Dr Williams sum- Â¬ moned to dress the wound which re quired eight stitches to draw the edges together Though Col Berry is well advanced in years it is not Wednesday Stole thoughtthe wound will prove trouble- Â¬ a young an Overcoat as Ed Kelly man registered His game spirit some in healing at tho Harrod House and early was best attested by his exclamation Thursday morning he arose from Who on the return of consciousness bed went into tho room of Mr struck Billy Patterson Joseph Bailey city surveyor and Father and son Partners Mr then departed carrying with him Mr R K McCluro the shoo merchant on Baileys ovorcoat valued at 15 Mr St Clair street has taken his son Harrod and Oillcer Brown started in Mr Will McClure into his business pursuit and overhauled tho thief at as a partner The style of the firm Duokers He had an examination Son Both before Judge Williams Thursday and is now R K McCluro tho father and son are well known to was held over to answer at tho next tho people of the city and county term of court and in default of bail andtwo such enterprising gentlemen was committed to jail whose word is sufllcient assurance of Sales of TROTTERSPrices havo their goods need no commendation been extremely low at tho sales of to increase and hold their trade flno trotters in Lexington Mr R 0 Four Generations Henry Mat Church of this city disposed of torn the photographist this week twenty seven head ono Assistant made a picture of a family group rep ch c two by Onward dam by Long resenting four generations tho great Â¬ Island Patchen going to Mr J D grandfather being Mr James Saifoll Parks for 1510 tho grandfather Mr Jamea M Saf Thjj Senate versus Woman On oil tho Postmaster tho father Mr conThursday Senate took up Phythian Saflbll and tho ehild baby sideration the bill rolating for tho tho to Francis Taylor SafTell oillco of State Librarian and passed The Murray Batii House Mr an amondmout to the effect that tho James A Murray is sparing no money Librarian hereafter shall possess tho or pains to make his bath house on quallficationB of an elector or in Broadway comploto in all its appoint- Â¬ other words bo a male voter If ments In addition to tho sulphur tho Houso adopts tho amendment as baths ho will havo it fitted up for hot it is said it will Mrs Mary Brown or cold and Turkish baths and pro- Â¬ Days successor will have to wear a vide ovory convenience for tho com vest and a pair of suBponders Henry Â¬ Â¬ Falls City Journal Mr Bowen The city council and county court committee to consider tho advisabil- Â¬ Successor to W II Hall ity of erecting a now bridge across tho river at St Clair street in com- Â¬ pliance with the demands of the Sec- Â¬ retary of War will hold a meeting next Monday when it is probable a conclusion will be reached to make Patent Medicines Sundries Toilet Articles Combs Brushes no further delay in entering upon Physicians prescription- - m eurately compounded the work The county and city have at all hours by J L GaYLB who is thoroughly an enabling act to issue bonds for the competent ana reliabl purpose and whether tho Federal Governmentever appropriates money -enough to pay for the present bridge property or not tho new bridge is a necessity and should bo built at the earliest possible date Put up the bridge gentlemen and trust to Con- Â¬ gress hereafter for an appropriation Jan 21 ly to pay for the value of the property tho Secretarys order will cause to be destroyed Twenty one Years Robert Bart lett the prisoner who was confined in the jail of this county for safe keeping and was charged with the murder of Mrs Anna Contri of Carroll county in March 1891 and was not captured until six months ON MAIN STEET TO- ago was found guilty at Carroll ton Thursday and sentenced to tho pen itentiary for twenty-one-year- s Substitute Carrier Mr Russell Weitzel has been appointed a substi- Â¬ Easement nf thE Eapital HnteK tute mail carrier by Postmaster Saffell and has been on duty this They will fill this space with an en tv nev a lertNument in a week owing to the absence of one B short time of the regular force New Smith Mr J K Parrent formerly of Bridgeport a well sllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllig IN MEMORIAM known and experienced blacksmith Thedepaiture of Mrs Susie has taken charge of the shop on time limitless realm of lutlnlte JoLyne Fwigert for I till our lunrs Second street South Side owned by wltu liifxpusslble suriow only because ot our separation ami tho luasut her genial ami iu n J SEWING MACHINE Mr J W Rankin companionship The St Clair Street Bridge w mcKEE Drugs Pure and Chemicals vcf2ee 206 St Clair Strset esardze FBANEFORT KY Halls Oli Stand JACOB SWIGERT -- CO Have Removed From the Baize Building 101 AID 102 AWN STSE 3 F I n - ROYAL I 1 1 The Modem Invalid Has tastes medicinally in keeping with other luxuries A remedy must be pleasantly acceptable in form purely wholesome in composition truly beneficial in affect and entirely free from every objectionable quality If really ill he consults a physician if constipation he uses the gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs uuule the occasion ot Iier meeting with lis sea suns of mire delight anil though u solemn awe cornea oer us when we realize that one so coon anil useful was not permitted to remain with u we are comforted with tho btllet that In Uur bathers house are so imii mansions and h now occupies one prepared for her h our risen ltedeeiner wheie she beckons to and happiy awaits the home coming of all who love uiu mourn for her To her sorrowing husband and chlldien wo heiewlth extend out tenderest Sjinpatu M E iter generous unsougiit coniriuuuons to our with Iier ileop pletj work for the Muster HIIIIIIIIllBhlllS WARRANTED i T 1 5 YEARS Church South llfclt SISTKIW IN ClIHlsT Pastors Aid o letj Kiunkfout Ky January Bl 1VJ5 Matrimonial Vance Alexander The Imarriage of Miss Flora Belle Alexander Â¬ Mrs Swlgert though a member of tho Ipls copal cnurcij was a member of tills odet UHSMUtniA A DON LEY iiiiiMJy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ daughter of Hon Lewis Alexander Representative from Owen county to Mr R G Vance jr a civil engineer of Charleston West Virginia will take placo in the Capital Hotel parlor at 8 oclock next Wednesday evening Rev W C Taylor of the Baptist Church of this city offic- Â¬ iating As a daughter of Mr Alex Â¬ ander recently died tho wedding will be a very quiet affiir Tnere will be no bridesmaids but Mr Vanco will bo attended by Messrs Thos B Gilliland of Louisville Wm Stigall of Charleston West Virginia Jerry Corbott and R T Watson of this city The happy couple will make I their home in Charleston Taylor Morrow -- Mr Hiram Tay- Â¬ lor and Miss Carrie Morrow of tho Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Forks of Elkhorn were married Thursday at County Clerk Smiths Woodford County Farm ofilco Rev W G Neville of tho South Side Presbytorian church per- Â¬ FOR SALE forming tho ceremony IF not sold before thatdateit private sale James Brow will oirer at public sale uu tho premises at 2 the farm ot I u Newbold or jr and Miss Nannie Forbes of oclock Kehruai 18 eighty acres three roods and deceased containing twenty tour Miuaru poles it situated on the South Side wore married Tues Wrsalltes aiil Krinkfort pike ilvoiind out tlm half day night at tho Baptist parsonage miles Horn IranKfort ami ono and ono ifuaiter N miles from Jett station on I lalioad Rev W C Taylor officiating he laud has been u grass for a numberot wirs I BuEWGR-FoRBES-Â¬ January 19th In her fiftieth year this Kentle Christian Woman passed to hr lewaid ei beamy of character was the delight of all who knew her Tho best of this earth are not tho e ofwlomthe most is said but those who with out boasting or pretense go f or n aril In tho stiaigut pain ot a true a d hoi life It Is al together a mistake to measure what men ami would are b the gieniness of the stage n wilch they act ur by the oiunio of the suimi wltu which tho w 01 hi ioes to shoui tlieli iuiumis j neie are uiuii ot oi elect who in quiet iv tlr meiit are doing 1113 will nay by day ueciU e It l their happiness to do 1 who when me books ure opened will ieele a reward tiat whl astonish the gulheied universe uur sweet unrsiinn menu was ono or ttuso Shewis the tmboulmenc of till womatil woith The jeweis ot modesty si eerily lldellty and klnuliiiess sat upon her brow She was true to ever tuist and loal lo t very obligation she came and went without osttntitlou but her feetulwuvs tiod the pai of usefulness Giro and sar ov ehaspmel her heart but did nut daunt tho chterj spirit within Wo shall inks her lovlinrand taltnlui presence j we shall see her benignant smile and near her cordial greeting no more hut it is oni beitiise she has been tinusplaniej ton higher mid pureTclltne May the consolations of heaven not bo small to those who weep and especially to tne beloved son wuose all in all she was I 5 a Mechanical Appearance g Hon an Elegant Finish Hus a Perfect Adjustment e Has a Positive Take up s 5 S Hao Stylish rurnlturo Has More Good Sewing Qualltlesand 2 docs a larger Ilnnge of s than any Sewing AlachlnoGeneral Worlc s In the World Examlno THE ROYAL far points of excellence and you will buy no other 5 cIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIlIIIllJliJMMiiit p - Has a Largo High Arm UasaSolf sottlngNredlo 5 Una a Self thremiln Shuttle - Hag No Equal la Construction Has M ti u w I ROYAL S M CO Rockford III iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiii Farm BY tnv i Jtdiii t j 1 t or Bent -- AT 0ritcr3r 01 U rruiMuit y js hehs Ac l v he Ithesi bidder u I Tll Xuttii on Ol i Ky ici ilu rii T v 1 njiilmt 1 iiut public outct to housMloor In THKCASi OF Inhii It IFirSIETTAIErsr 1 1 S 1S93 w tho now Blood Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ ness to tho Complexion and cures Consumption 25c 50o and 100 22 For salo by W McKeo Ilardie Clover Koul Karls I - fu ft uu of the some of It for seven or eight ears I here - a couii j m i l7r icn ididiig n n Jliinklln end lands of -tour roomed house on It with clsti n light at the Tho Itrn aiul S lohl Iniiv Clayiof door ror location iieUliborhuod ci iiveuleiice olo Hi n Wlisi ii Tip Mi i ie iiml near to markets schools churches etc It Is Hist W 11 Far mini lent ii - a in iiuli January class Terms One fourth cash the renin der tin iviHT evvmo bond for tw lujearlv pajnientsof one two and tlneo vents i in inn of unit dut lauiai 1 iin with good ai six per cent inieiesi H Iis ky vui it Feb 4 Ut MHS X 0 LOKCUKU Ian Ht Jl sti i c n inlcs oi er KUC i1 let AixkFOltT ROUNDABOUT A TSIBUTETOTHE MAD Â¬ Midnight Alarm For thrilling interest enthusiastic dialogue startling situations and happy denouement The Midnight Alarm is decidedly in it nnd the lover of tho heroic and tho melo Â¬ dramatic may go to the Opera House and revel in tho sensa tional and that too of quality which one can witness without tiring The Midnight Alarm is a play that was a great success last season but this year it appears in an em belished version of additional morio and attractive powers Mr Leander Richardsons touching up of tho work has added lustre pathos and humor to the dialogue and in the sceniu airangoment he has made al Â¬ Mr most wonderful improvement A Y Pearson tho manager amlpro prietor has spared no expense to carry out Mr Richardsons magnifi cent scone plot and in the third and fourth acts it reaches a climax that carries tho audience by storm Among the best effects of the play may be mentioned the East River docks the peculiar living clock railroad draw bridge at Shark Run the flight of tho fast express No 0 engine house in New York and the run of the steamer in the midst of a fieTco Storm All these mechanical effects are most perfect and thorough- Â¬ ly realistic The play combines all the striking situations that have made many a stage picturo of city life a success and the Midnight Alarm will be a big hit and a favorite with the masses At the Opera House on Monday evening next February 6th Â¬ Â¬ 0 -- ttfnA at KntuUort Kentucky ii lecond cUM mailable matter poBt oftlco at tuo ftU A LEWIS Editor and PabUdier FED 4 FRANKFORT 1893 The Legislature Monday in Joint Session Hear Ad dresses on Hon James Gillespie Blaine THE FUNERAL CEREMONY SENATOR LINDSAY Monday tho two houses of the What the People Accomplished by His Election General Aosombly met in joint session Judge Wm Lindsay of this city was unanimously nominated by the Democratic caucus Thursday night for United States Senator to succeed Hon JohnG- Cnri8le rcfeifhed His oledfofh bt Course is therefore as- Â¬ Judge Lindsay Jh sured the ablest man that Kentucky could selctot fts a flt successor to Mr Carlisle and it was this great dis Â¬ tinction in the minds of the people of tlio State that gave the Judge the advantage in the race which he held against his competitors from The Judges the start to the finish election means the triumph of merit backed by the might of the people over the Pass the Hat Packed City and County Committees Central It means that instructed correspon- Â¬ dents and editors in unholy alliance to misrepresent the facts cannot do feat the will of the people that not even the newspapers of the largest circulations can make the Duke of Buckingham the Director General of the whole political field of the State It means the same death blow from the State to the would be bosses in party politics that they received last December from the people of Louis ville and is an admonition to all such who hereafter seek to further their own selfish ends at the expense of the people of the State that defeat and disdain will inevitably be their reward pre-eminent- ly I Va wl Sp9jMShMMMPfeMMM ill 7 77 1 11 and devoted tho day to addresses on tho life and character of Hon James G Blaine Senator George Alexander of Louisville presided nnd eulogies on tlie dead statesman were pronounced by Messrs Hissan of Campbell Hanks of Cansler of Christian Bashaw of Henry Ben Â¬ Anderson nett of Greenup and Jones of Bar ren county The funeral ceremony was conducted Monday at the Church of tho Covenant in Washington City a Presbyterian Church in which the deceased held a pew and President Harrison Vice President Morton and the members of the Cabinet of Con- Â¬ gress foreign dignitaries and minis Â¬ ters were present both at the resi- Â¬ Blaine services at the The re dence and the church mains were buried in Oakhill ceme- Â¬ tery of that city Â¬ for 1 Infants and Children N Ciwtor Is bo well dptod to children that I recommend It aa superior to any prescription known to mo II A Ancmw M D Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn Castoria enrcfl Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms given sleep and promoted ui gcstloo Without injurious medication For ooyeral years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it bos invariably produced boneflclal results Edwin F Pahdhh M D Tho WInthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave New York City Â¬ The uso of Castoria Is so unlrersal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorse It Few are tho Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Masttk DD City Now York Late Pastor BloomlncdIo Eof orxnod Church Tn Ckktato Comtaht Moiirat Street Nkw York Feb 13 ly Â¬ The First Law of Nature Is acknowledged to This adopt against the en bu and people who croaches of diseased genuine inatiteiinl sale guard accredited by experleiee and tue su e tlon of physicians afford a happy illustration of the wisdom of tho siyitig In the health thej restore and continue to enjoy Amoui Â¬ maladle against the growth of which teners aloinaoh Hitters alfords efllclent pro- toctlon diseases of tho kidneys and bladder are fraught with the utmost peril and exhibit grea obstlnancy when opposed by ordinary means Iho Hitters cnn nnd will subdue No testimony is stronger tuuu tlili tneni the best Used at the ou set and persistently Tils nitdlclno also Jesuits may be txpteted eraolcates User complant constipation dys pel Mi ma aria ilieuiu itlsm and ervousness lis K The senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for some years which was sure to lay him up if not doctored at once He finds that Chamberlains uough Remedy is reliable It opens the secretion relieves the lungs and restores the system to a healthy condi- Â¬ tion If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted and before it has become settled in the system it greatly lessens the attack and often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a sevoro Â¬ Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society If not vou owe it to yourself vour familv and vour estate to ex amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli cy offered Â¬ A PUBLIC LIBRARY Â¬ Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will cost W A McNEELY Genl Agent MALCOLM FRANKLIN Lexington Ky Special Agent J R Williams Local Agt Frankfort Ky Northivestem Hotel Reporter cold Nov 26 3m 25 and 50 cent Des Moines Iowa bottles for ale by J W Gayle Druggist 22 lm LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- Â¬ The Courier Journal Says Citie3 KET to Raise a Fund for CultiWithout it Have Not A Movement Purposes Among Sanitary vated tho Reading DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER the Poor Habit LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE The Courier Journal on Monday In reference to Paducahs ambitious efforts to obtain a public library says There are a number of towns in Central Kentucky which have some wealthy citizens to none of whom has it ever occuredthit enduring fame might be won and beneficient influence set on foot by establishing a public library for the town A well kept and well endowed library would create a taste for the feast they offer ed but at present the main reason why there are so few public libraries in Kentucky is that there is so little of the reading habit among the jmasses of tho people in this city where there is as much re finementand culture as may bo found in any city in the State and where by reason of its size and the fact that it is the seat of government the at tention of the whole State is called to its general merits and its minutest defects it is a great misfortune not to possess a public library even as a matter of confirmation to strangers of the taste and intelligence of the inhabitants not to speak of the ad Â¬ vantages that the establishment of such an institution would bring to those of the reading habit as well us others who would find their way there to enjoy books which their private purse could not buy Â¬ THE HUMANE SOCIETY waniif ntiir SEE fflauaclin Co The Humane Society proposes to enlarge the scope of its good work in the cause of suffering human Â¬ ity and take a hand in look- Â¬ ing after tho sanitary condition of the city At u meeting of the Executive Committee of the society Tuesday night at the State Library Mr B T Farmer presented a report of the work accomplished under his direction in tho matter of furnishing fuel provisions and clothing to the needy poor The report was approv- Â¬ ed and a motion made and adopted that the society endeavor to raise a fund of about 400 to be devoted to- Â¬ wards improving the sanitary condi- Â¬ tion of the city before tho warm weather sets in tho idle laboring men to be given the employment of cleaning the streets and around the premises of those who are unable to have it done This proposition was heartily agreed to and the fund that night started by a contribution of 35 from those present at tho meeting It is a movement that should receive the encouragement of the citizens Â¬ Sales on our market for tho week justclosed amountto 3086 hhds with receipts lur uno uuiau uunuu oi uu hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 12045 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on ourmarket to GSLL date 21909 hhds Notwithstanding the increased receipts and sales we are glad to be Â¬ Have opened Sale Eoonis on Ann Street near Christian Church 010 M ID SET PH 1 able to report a strong market lor burley tobacco common and medium MANHOOD RESTORED fillers and extra fine leaf selling rela- Â¬ SAWATIVO1 tbe woncieruiicoldspatusua Off colored tively the highest Kctncdy is with trash in soft order some easier Old Written Ounranteo to euro nil iioivoiis Ills hurleys stiff eucH as WcnS carc3 Â¬ Metuory Iors of Brain The following quotations fairly repPower Ilcndncbc resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ Wakefulness Loot 1an hond Nervoinncu las bacco 1892 crop BttuUc all dirlna and Trash dark or damaged losi of power of Before After Uso5 Generative Oitana tlia in 5 50 3 50 Photographed from life tobacco cither bcs caused by Common Colory trash 5 60 Medium to trood colory Common lugs not colory Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory Common Medium Good to 8 00 ACQIJKIET I ft J CHINN ASS JR HiAW- OfÂ¬ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Cuilom House trash lugs 8 00 7 00 8 00 10 00 8 00 10 00 12 14 16 20 00 00 00 over exeitinn youthful Indlrcrotbnoor tlio execssiyo asrortuliurco opium or rtlirulauH wlileli ultimately foul to Iiilltiulty Consumption ami Inwillv rut up In convenient lurm to carry in tl o vi t pn km 1ilcc f I a pncLsiRP or 0 for S5 Willi evciy t miler mu Rive a In plain envelope MADRID VL u euro ss irrnlar free writton guarantee to nny nililrcor rofiintl tno i mono hent by ninll to Ailuioos Jlemlou tlili paper CO a B s ffi s 3 ft VJ if 1 V rw n u a tv M ra Select or wrappery tobacco A 10 00 to medium leaf 9 00f 14 00 to good leaf 16 00 fine leaf 20 00 Brasich Offlce for U S A 35S Deaiborn Street CHICAGO ILL CHEMICAL roVnum FOR SALE IN FKANKIOKT Vi KY BY i c ya it fj3tsa 00 rs CARPENTER DrUflfllSt 25 00 August ia ly A Now Trj Tills Â¬ Where the Law is Enforced One never sees a stray cow nor hog on the streets of Georgetown mid it is very seldom now thata stray dog is seen Georgetovm Times The city of Frankfort has an ordi- Â¬ nance prohibiting cows and hogs from running at large but if there is a man woman or child living in South Frankfort who owns a cow hog or horse they are at perfect liberty to allow the same to roam at will upon tho streets scattering mud and filth upon the sidewalks straying into yards and gardens without let or hindrance and one of these animals might run over a policeman upon a sidewalk without the least danger of being taken up and impounded The strangest part of the whole buniness is that many of the persons who violate this ordinance with impunity are those who make tho most fuss about tho short comings of their neighbors Perhaps a time will come whon Frankfort will wako up to tho necessity of requiring her citizens to build sidewalks in front of their property and keep their stock off the streets but it seems to be a If Frank long way in the future fort proposes to bo a city and give the citizens that protection to life and property for which a city gov-Â¬ ernment is maintained it is certain ly time steps wore taken toward accomplishing such a desirable end Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ly do you good if you have Sold or any trouble with Throat Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis a jvery for Consumption Coughs and Oolds is guaranteed to give relief or money will be paid back Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the tiling and under its use had a speedy and perfect recovery Try a sample bottle at our expense and learn for vuurself just how good a thing it is Trial bottles free atPnn Oakpkntebs Drug Store Large aize 50c 100 3 It will cost younothingand will surea Cough K Morris 405 Canton St Philadelphia I took several bottles of WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL writes Dr Bulls Cough Syrup for a bad cough and was entirely cured HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR A great cure for cough Mrs Excursion Rates on the Midland February 6th to 12th tho Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Mobile Alabama and New Orleans Louisiana and return at one fare for the round trip limited to return March 7th account of Mardi Gras On February 23d to 26th they offer one and one third fare for round trip to Winchester account of Y M O A Convention O LCS KCfflCDV r Jl fl TO 7 WIJIO rreiuivil v IUllUJ tV U ilt HI rjWfciff4iTwiMttiKai MT44UV 1 knewr for LJ SUKE Rn yu ir Ctt7AH CURS ho rtKT BEST IDUHJTIG ONLY SI Pffl 00 A PUBLISHED YEAR H G MATTEE1T Tsa oiVl okJrcLA Ji Tlaar M lJest GniuietiBiu Best Htorim sens Has Tiies It gives away DBercaw GPA Kings Royal Gormateur Pre eminently the medicine of the century Its phenominal success as a seller and favorite with tho people is the acknowledged wonder of tho Based upon the medicine world Germ theory of Diseases it is unique modern and at once popular com Â¬ mending itself as a necessary house- Â¬ It advertises best by hold romedy Specific for all Catarrhal its use diseases a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in ex iotanco and to the extent that tho germ theory is correct Kings Royal Gormotour is the romedy It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius For 10 Williams sale by Chapman a valuable premium every day for the largest club received Sample copies of tin Weekly Courler Iournul Writs to will be sent free to any address oAwrud lJsjl Womens luge Olilldretf DLpartnient Answer to Cormspuinieuts Buiiitrtnient B3t JJdltorluIs srillnnv iraiitr 334 MAIN STREET i To tho Mardi Gras Courier Journal CoLouisvileKy THE The L N R R will sell round trip tickets to Mobile Ala Now Orleans La Fob 5th to 12th at one AM T1IK fare limitod to return March 7th Mardi Gras account WEEKLY COUKIEK JOUItNAL II B Locjsdon will bo sent one year to any nddrens for S 90 Agent AeKS EO A IKWI8 FRANKFORT tfflBriNqUABTITT KY BKSTI5QC1UXT Krniklort Ky WORMS VIMIEME FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED rrepirad by A Good Small Farm WHITES CREAM COMMISSIONERS SALE OF THK JUDHMBNT QV TIIK In tlio c iho or Ben Miirshull iiBilnst Kate riinltii iVc I will sell to tbo tiliiSt mid best bidder on VIKTOB BYFranklin Circuit Court imowvti movlottle Ocniiinohns per ihttkhs All dealers keep It 1 1JYSPHPSIA Indirection and Stomach disorders take von JMJQBTOSrV FOR a case it not cuke m An ntrreenblo Lnxalivo nnd NEUVE TONIC 5o 60o Sold by DruutfistR or sent by mall and 100 nor paclcujjo Samples lreo TUff Tho Favorite TOOTH T0WD2B xk JflLU fcr tho Tooth and JJrctttluS5o trade nmrlt and crossed red lines ou wrapper TOilSO vill An open front coal Fon Salk stove tile lined and good as now is Wf Also a offered for sale at a bargain a New Process gasoline stove only For sale by W Jan 28 ly used one season Apply at this office McKce Hardie ITJiJB- At tin court house door In tlie city or Iranklort Ky on a credit of twelve months1 the farm known as tho Charles T Hubert fnrni sltunteil near tho Kentueky river a short dlstaneh below Kianklort Kentucky and contilnliu about 13 acres The placo Is well Unproved Tho nureliayor will be reunited o kIvo bond with approved security bearing 0 per cent Inter est from dty of sale w H Master Coinmlsloner jim21 3t Sr IB9S SOLD EVERYWHERE HUmttU80XTATtOnilED CO HTLOCTS MANAOKU In each city town mill country plaeo to snow raiinples of shoes Clothlnit Dress ioods Jewelry Silverware and have price Watchc Mnu or Lady can mako 5 CO lists distributed per day Sendstamn Tor pilnk answer to S10W lllGCS k CO Louisville Ky to Jan21 3m A MTTTIl 1Yf JtiiJM JLSliJJ W V t f 5 A MAiNklWT KUUMABUOl F1UNKFORT FEB 4 18115 Duokors Mud kneo deep Mr E W Ayres mado a business Â¬ DR W I KELLEY Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest rout etroin trip to Lexington this week OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the L N TIME TABLE The following tune table is now in fort effect upon the L fc N road Mr Ed Kirby of the Bible College TBAINB NOCTH Mrs Wiley Shaw and daughter Lillie are visiting friends in Frank- PHOBITZX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Mo 23 loiivepFrnnkfort No 17 leuvcB No 21 lotivos No 19 leaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort THAWS EAST a m t3fi a m 300 p m 785 p ra 1020 a m 440 p m 040 p m rrO No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort 1 No 24 armes Frankfort b55 p iu No 22 eaves Frankfort Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati No 23 and 21 connect nt Auchorago for Bloomfield Branch W W Alexander Ajfent The Vacancy in the School Board I There exists a vacancy in the entire Board of School Trustees of the Frankfort Oity School The Board elected for a term of two years from January 1891 are temporarily hold Â¬ ing office and exercising the duties of trustees because of tho failure of the late council to order an election and because the new council has taken no steps to fill tho vacancy as required by law The action of the late council in refusing to order an election for School Trustees is without precedent There was no ambiguity in the law To speak Their duty was plain mildly Gov Brown or President Harrison would not have taken so revalutionary a step in any matter The entrusted to their charge therefore affects law and situation order in a most impressive sense To set aside an election required by law to be held partakes of anarchy or something else equally dangerous to social safety The State Constitution Section 160 savs All acts of incorporation of shall continue cities and towns in force under this constitution until such time as the General As- Â¬ sembly shall provide by general lawB for the government of towns and cities etc All city and Section 107 says town officers in this State shall bo elected or appointed as provided in tho charter of each respective town 31st V MpoIt TV T5 or city until tho general election in of the Northwest fhrmnrlv fiHorfltnrv General Electric November 1893 and until their suc- Company was yesterday promoted to cessors are elected and qualified the position of vice president of the Mr Meeks connection The city charter provided for an company witn tne company aates DacK do its election for School Trustees the organization in 1888 he having risen first Saturday in January 1893 It afonrlilir fpnm Mi r nnaitinn nf hnnlr- required tho council to appoint keeper surviving all changes occur- Â¬ There ring in the company since that time officers to hold tho election was no ambiguity in all this It was His many friends will be pleased at his advancement knowing it to plain clear untainted with doubt result from an appreciation of ster- Â¬ But for reasons not made public ling worth and merit the late council refused to have an Specimen Cases election held S H Clifford New Cassel Wis vacancy exists The vacancy is A was troubled with Neuralgia and the more impressive because of the Rheumatism his Stomach was disor- Â¬ special one term feature of the city dered his Liver was affected to an charter ratified by an overwhelming ilavrning degree appetite fell away popular vote How shall it be filled and he was terribly reduced in fleBh Â¬ The present city charter section and strength Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters cured him 29 sub section IV page 154 says Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg Any vacancy in the office of School 111 had a running sore on his leg of Trustee shall bo filled by temporary eight years standing Used three of Electric appointment by the board of coun bottlesof Bucklens Bitters and seven boxes Arnica Salve and cilmen till the next regular election his leg is sound and well John The duty is nob optionary but is Speaker Catawba O had five large mandatory to the council Tho law Fever sores on his leg doctors said One bottle Elec he makes it tho duty of the council to triowas incurable one box Bucklens Bitters and fill the vacancy just as much as it Arnica Salvo cured him entirely was the duty of the late council to Sold by the South Side drug store 3 f ii UARPENTER order and hold an election All looseness or irregularity in elections endangers society and popular rights It may matter little who holds the office of School Trus- When Baby was sick wo gave her Castorla tee but tho reason or manner of When she was a Child she cried for Castorla When she became Miss she clung to Castorla holding should bo unquestioned To illustrate Suppose the present When she had Children she cave them Castori council should refuse to hold an election for their successors and is that preposmerely hold over terous How much alike is it for tho Post Office to bo Discontinued school board to hold over We submit the matter to the Mr Charles Hamilton postmaster council for its intelligent action at Cave Point in this county has re Â¬ -- lI have sold signed his position and asked that A Good Record Persons Chamberlains Cough Remedy for tho office be discontinued ten years says druggist E B Logg in the neighborhood wishing tho of Vail la and have always war Â¬ ranted it and novor had a bottlo re office continued will ploase select turned During the past 90 days I some one to be appointed postmaster have sold twelve dozen and it has at once as Mr Hamilton wishos to given perfect satisfaction in evory bo relieved of tho bother of looking It does not dry up a instanco cough but loosens and relieves it It after their mail will euro a sovoro cold in loss timo Bucklons Arnica Salvo than any other treatment 25 cent 60 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J Tho best salvo in the world for 22 lm W Gaylk Druggist Outs Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rhoum Fovor Sores Tottor Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns ana all For Eont Skin Eruptions and positively cures The now two story frame dwelling house of 8 rooms besido attic and Piles or no pay roquircd It is guar Â¬ bath room on tho north side of anteed to givo satisfaction or money Prico 25 cents per box Socond street botweon Shelby and refunded For salo by Phil Oarphnter MiHH Main streets tho proporty of Julia Blakomore For terms apply 8 ly to John B Lindshy Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla 18 tf Â¬ Â¬ HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca Sunday with friends here operation and with little or no pain Misses Annie Church and Mary ItEEEItENCCS Shelton two charming young ladies W MeKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A bcott Frankfort Ky of Tioga are tho guests of Miss Dr E M lOber Frankfort Ky Annio Belle Fogg 1 T Staten Frankfort Ky V Uorberlch Frankfort vy Messrs Richard Fogg and Preston Rev L P llulett Benson Ky Gibson are in Richmond this week Ky A II McUlure Frankfort V J Hughes Frankfort Ky our young peo- Â¬ Quite a numbor of David Moore Benson Ky Tas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky ple attended the lecture of Col Robt Both the method and results wheu Monday Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Ingersoll in Lexington DR KELLEYS office and residence Is nt 250 West Eighth street Cincinnati ami where he may night and refreshing to the taste and acts be fouid over day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these diseases Rev Mr Calhum of tho Christian gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys DAYS mode the Church administered to his flock Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- andaddressing ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD by 253 W Eight St Cincinnati O here Sunday tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ CONSULTATION FREE Dr H B Innes paid a flying visit aches and fevers and cures habitual to his homo at Peaks Mill Sunday constipation Syrup of Figs is the Madame Rumor reports a wedding only remedy of its kind ever pro- Moores Poultry Remedy in the near future Guess who duced pleasing to the taste and ac Dickey ceptable to the stomach prompt in Born to tho wife of John THE a daughter its action and truly beneficial in its TSmarketOLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE Postively prevents and cures 1 A child of Mr Joe Ward while cfFects prepared only from the most CHOLERA AND GAPES playing near tho fire was so unfortu- Â¬ healthy and agreeahle substances its More then pays for Its use In the extra produc nate as to fall in and was frightfully many excellent qualities commend it tlon of burned about the head and face to all and have made it the most 3EE K-Mr J L Mason and bride have popular remedy known net a trial box returned from their bridal tour and Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c have taken rooms with Mrs J H and 1 bottles by all leading drugB ST FOR Montague gists Any reliable druggist who CHAPMAN WILLIAMS may not have it on hand will proBowaro of Ointments for Catarrh PRESCRIPTION cure it promptly for any one who DHrailS- That Contains Mercury wishes to try it Do not accept any TIeadquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES As mercury will surely destroy substitute the sense of smell and comApril 9 ly CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO pletely derange the whole system SAN FRANCISCO CAL when entering it through the mucous LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY JAPANESE surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from 11 reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure raanufacturedjbyÂ¬ rfhoneu mm e ulckest between - OTji2j ails v2r irT cj w Ww ISP F J Cheney Co Toledo O conin- Â¬ tains no mercury and is taken ternally and acts directly upon the CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT blood and mucous surfaces of the Only direct ltne between system In buying Halls Catarrh Scientific American you get the genuine It Frankfort Qeorgetown and Paris Car Cure be sure Agency for Zgft iB taken internally and made in Co Ohio by F J Cheney Toledo lisle Majsville Cynihiana Fal Â¬ BSTSold by Druggist price 7f per 4 bottle m mouth and Covington StiU Upward x ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND CAVEATS The following notice of the con- Â¬ TRADE MARKS JHIf ZKm DESIGN PATENTS tinued good fortune of a former TflftlHS RUM BY GEHTflAL STANDARO TIME COPYRIGHTS etc boy is taken from tho St Frankfort jor information nna xreo Handbook wrlto to TIME TABLE DEC 12 1892 CO aa Broadway new Yonit MUJfN Paul Minnesota Globe of January Oldest bureau for securing patents la America at Lexington spent Saturday and Saturday Feb 4th 1U93 Saturday Feb 25th 1893 OICNTUAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS IIITi EST 1ST JIB AND SOOTIEST FASTLINE HETWEEN LEXINGTON SCIEOULB CINCINNATI OPJS BNjOYS IN EFFECT NOV 15TU 1891 Soutli lluuuo Uaily Accom Ex sun bail Express lustilne Ex Sun Uail Nol ro5 No 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lexiiigtonl210nil Lve Paris 11 25am ArrWinchester llOnn Lve Winchester 124Upin Arr Kichmoid 185pm Lve Richmond 1 85pm ArrLivingston Lve Livingston Lve Loudon Arr Coruln Lve Corbln Lve Barurvllle Lve Uerea 20Cpm 3U5pm 4 lupm 4 5Upm 5 00pm Lyecovingtonl blbam b uinn 8Upuj Falmouth Jl5am j lupin 4aopni Cyntliianalu4aam U OJpin UUOpUi Arr Pari 1118am lOWpiu 6 lopm 11 00pm 7 tiveuiiiulnnutl olOain auopm 2 55uiu wpm 010pm ti oupni 7 05pm 800pm 3 - 816pm S-al-- Â¬ iB LoPliievlUe LveMiddiesbh ArrCumbUap 5 5Jpm G41pm 7 85pin 7 5jpm Â¬ Lve Crbin Lvo Wllllasbj Arr Jelllco 4 50pm 0 45pm Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster Arr Stanford 20pm 60pm 4 45pm 5 20pm t 1 Â¬ North Bound Kentucky Midland Ry pMUmA X- D No 2 Dally Ex Sun Express No 4 Dally No 6 Daily Ex Sun IF Lve Stanford Lancaster ArrKichmond Lve Jelllco Lvo 7 03aiu 7 00am 10 15am Arr CorMn Wllllasbg 45am 8 oOam J 35am G I LveCumbGap Lve Mlddlesbh Lve Bctrhrvllle Arr Corbln Lvo Corbln I 6 58am 7 47amJ 8 85am 9 23am 9 SGam 3iim mamr Jr I A 11 1 TRAINS E AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Lv Swltzer A I No l No 3 M p M I No 7 12 45 Kvery patent taken out by us la brought before the public by a notico given 1 rco of charge- In tho - Lve Loudon 111 11am Arr Livinwston 11 05am1 Lve Livingston ai i5im Lve llerea 12 lOnn Arr Richmond 1241pm Lve Richmond G 05am 1241pm ArrWinchester G 55am 135pm Lve Winchester 7 loam 1 55pm 7 15am 2 27pm Arr Paris 7 Warn 2 00pm 3 45pm Lve Lexington 7 53iim 2 37pm 4 25pm Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana 8 24am 3 07pm 4 48pm Falmouth 923am 4 01 nni 50pm Arr Covington 10B4am 5 35pm tisvpm Arr Cincinnati 1100am 5 45pm I G45pm Io MAYSVILLE Largest circulation of any sclentlfio paper In tho world Splendidly Illustrated No intelligent man should bo without it Weekly S3 OO a year J f 160 six months Address JIUNN CO FUBLisirais aoi Broadway New York city North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris BRANCH No 10 Daily Ex Sun No 13 Daily til fi00 60G bll Ground B Lv Duvall Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris LvHtnmpliu 018 32 03i 0 44 4 45 4 52 410 410 422 480 45 5 03 1255 C I A M 652 050 7W 713 723 737 l p M 515 535 540 650 527 110 125 145 153 205 220 245 8 05 StfO ExSuo 2 55 3 Work Worry a30 345 TRAINS WEST Lv Paris Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar No 2 k M I P M No 4 I No 8 INo12 and Disease are a formidable trloy t the eak person trenuentlr lias to meet all of t em at once How cm lieoverco ne The answer Is with our Compound Oxyoek and ours onlv The count less demonstrations of 2i jears war rant this reply uur treatment lsavallahle for home Â¬ Â¬ Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Maysville South Bound pm 02pm 7 00 a m 520pm 7 55 a m 015pm 8 18 a m 6S3pm 8 40 a in 7 00pm 9 34 a m 7 54pm 1010am 830pm Ex Sun No 9 Daily Lve Maysville 5 20 a 111 150pm Lve Johnson 5 57 a m 227pm Lve Carlisle O S Denot 6 50 am 3 20pm 423 U0 LveMillcrsburi George town 7 15 a m 345pm B W31 052 Paris 7 40 n m 410pm 1042 loauson 705 use ntltlrr need your occupation b e Arr Lexington Duvall Arr 8 28 a in 7 00pm 104s 715 Interfered with The value of these Arr Covtncton 10 55 ArStamoln Ground Ifl 51 a m fi37pm 735 features Is obvious Whuiubn it your Arr Cincinnati 7 14 11 00 a m G 45 p m Ar Switzor 7fi5 1110 need A hook uf explanation and proof Ar Elkhorn 1110 750 Hll N your- - to consider It iNtcd for now ArSummlc 11W 821 750 Drs STARKEY PAIEN 31 C PATMORE A Ar Frankfort 1130 815 ioj vrca sireoc Imiuueipnia vn SRKNOTT Trallle Manager Hen Piss Agt Dec 24 ly General Offices Louisville Ky A connects with L N S F B MORSE Asst Gnl Pass Agt B connects with Q C and L S Office Chamberof Commerce Rldtj Cincinnati O C connects with K C No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Divi Â¬ sion which Is dally except Sundiy No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing- Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Rullwav and connec- Â¬ ton toCluclnnati tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all A LI PER OSS lIAVINCI CLAIMS AGAINST Nol Runsdally points north south east and west TV the estate of John V Payne deceased are No 4 Runs dally from all stations except the For further information apply to their aeonts C D BKHCAW E B WEITZEL hereby direct d to present them to me properly Rowland-- Division which Is dally except Sunday ptowMt according to lw and all those hiding No 6 Dally except SundiiGen Pass Agt City Ticket Agent themselves Iinebtodto said estate are requested No 5 runs dally except Sunday between Cln GEO B HARPER Gen Sunt to come forward niul settle clnnatland Lexington GEORGE L PAYNE No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation Administrator Jan iS lin dalv Leaves Lexlngron 1000a m Arrives Paris Centervllle Newtown 8 47 t Elizabeth u rtM 831 833 d32 042 04S 051 701 710 717 721 730 527 451 41R Oli Daily Ex Sun No it fliiiitrators ionise - 10 THE WHOLE pAMILY Evory Mombor Something for flm pi intct v1Ib fnrtlin lenst money of anymafra- iu In thd win lil Kh Kfcilul Ktorlea anct over 100 short ris fur ynuiivr ami olil by best authors Hundreds ot Arc i iiiiMMliitt Departments oil Tho Household it anil Ilimoiv Popular ticlpnce Current Events Itillcliiu niul Moral Questions New ii in Vii1 l stock varieties ulapted to the South stok war Â¬ No 8 Leaves Falmouth U u in Arrives Cin- Â¬ ranted triK to nani liberal terms to lozal a ents cinnati 7 55 a in dally except Sunday and permanent employment to tliose who can Nos land 3 make connections at Winchester work sfily For particulars aldress H u for points on the NN fc MV Ry E 1 Sq Phlla Pa No 1 Currles through cars from Cincinnati to CiuseACiU30So Gt MIddlesborough and Cumberland Gap und all RELIABLE 515 p Arrive WANTED tor fruit and MEN TO SOLICIT Cincinnati dally exceptmSunday ornamental nursery 705 p m No 5u m 7 Falmouth Accommodation Falmouth Leaves Pn liSnniM for a months subscription nrMi HMTJiWpaieaanaJJ0SuierbIltustraUon3 jJ 3 WM CROMWELL and runs dally rZll PUBLISHING OO1 ootSS81 Â¬ unsmuuiMUULiii REAL BSTATB AGBNT T8 nttc ao4 direct LOMOTIL root from Chesapeake NEW YORK TON Ohio Ry WASHING Franklin and th adjoining countlei ant pAclAl attention to the purohut and sale of real estate collection ot rtnU olalmi and the aexotlatioa of loani will alio rtve 1nri9ui PRACTICB IN THE COURTS Ol TI iQKiRSKS M TEXAS One hmtdred and fifty Bailee PHILADELPHIA BOSTON and ail Eastern Cities Â¬ Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTEUN POINTS Time card in eilect Nov road within three Kentucky and of Frankfort one half mile or llosjos Station one and oie KAHT HOUND milliter miles of Jett depot potoillce Ac on Lve Lexington the railroad eonnectlns Frankfort with Lexing Atlimti VYilmi Vn 11 1illr 710 am ton and wltlilu one and a qirutcr miles of MIiiLind Accom No 2 i dally ex Sim 1110 am S immit station on the Kentucky Midland Rail ijlOeil vesunuieu express nzi nauy The linpiovemeius consist ot a Mtriterlln Accom No2ridallyex SuiLgVip m roadofsK rooms kitchen porches cellar dwell Ink cabin of tluu oonis stable barn loom lor housing six WfcST 1IOUN1 acres of tobacco two wells cistern springs and Arr Lexington pond toiiiik orchtrds In buirlmx of uppleH Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sim 55 a m Kxpress No 21 ililly Louisville 1210 pm peaches pears plums cherries crapes and all Lexington Accom No 23 dally ex Sun4 15 i a kinds of small milt Terms Dlkhty dollars per Vestlliuled Express No 2J dally G10i m aero ash or a cash pajnicnt ot not less than two thousand dollars or more to suit the i ur -olid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars iluluuue of purchase mone Through Sleepers Horn Lexington to New York chaser liistnllnunts with M percentlu ten equal annual Inteieit without change pajablo iinuually or In fewer lustallineuts to Milt No Hus trimmers tho purchaser Possession ulven March 1st ltfJii C H RYAN II W FULLER If not sold this tiirm will be for rent Apply to Agt W II MCMILLAN Pass Agt Genl Asst ie iil Ius Washington l C Cincinnati O tG Dee3 Paris Ky lt 18JJ miles of l IN FRONTING ON fV ami Verfallies turnpike U Farm For Sale 120 02E3S the oty SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And Uw olr roeta Without Change of Cars U 70a are going to emigrate to TIIK FRVNKFORT Sherman Â¬ Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin This la the Â¬ CHEAPEST AND REST ROUTE chnce of cue to M0HTG0MEBY MOBILE MEMPHIS Me AHD NEW OELEANS let further Information aditrees C P ATMORE GP TA LouiariLivB wsNTucirr 1 Viitetilfcku rttiis k CALL AT BUCKLEY u 1 9 CI -- ALTD SEIE TIESIE aPZEHSTEJ stock CIF1 CHINA GLASS QUEENS WARE ras LARGtEST TjIikte of i Religious MAYOR TOBIN Rev H M Polsgrove will preach His Life and Public Service as Presented- by the Courier at Mt Zion Church on the second Journal of the Sunday in this month instead third as formerly P Yeamnn of Versailles RevM occupy the pulpit to morrow will morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m V Southern Presbyterian Church- - -- Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 7 p m as usual First Presbyterian Church ple to the best of his ability he should by chance slip up in the effort to re elect himself it is shameful to think that the Nation for Avhich he may have made a great sacrifice to sit in her high councils and obtain a few empty honors would suffer him perhaps late in life to go out of office without the average provision which his ability and term of service in other employments might easily have acquired Q O v HOWARD PI2-ACTICjfLL- D umber GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets Episcopal Church Rev E A will occupy the rector Penick his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 700 The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting which meets each Wednes Â¬ day at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian church is having a large attendance and is developing a fine interest in Bible study Oathuuu Chukoh The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W- E Gorey the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m andvespers at 300 p m I lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m as usual Sunday school at 930 a m in the Chapel Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ I Usual serChurch vices to morrow at 11 and 7 oclock CfiitiBiiAiM Â¬ conducted by Rev George Darsie the pastor The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 620 Rev H G Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m In the evening Mr Henderson will deliver the fifth of the series of Women of the discourses upon Mary and Martha The Topic Bible Sisters Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 030 in the class room Methodist Church - m Grave Mistakes Physicians frequently make mis- Â¬ Disease takes in treatment of Heart daily in- Â¬ rate of sudden deaths is The creasing Hundreds become victims of the ignorance of physicians in the treatment of this disease One in four has a diseased heart Shortness of breath palpitation and fluttering irregular pulse choking sensation Â¬ asthmatic breathing pain or tenderness in Bide shoulder or arm weak hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy Thous ands testify to its wonderful cures6 Books free Sold by J W Gayle The election of Judge Lindsay to STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO the United States Senate will prac- Â¬ JiPI3 AND FITTINGS ETC JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK tically remove him from the bar of GUARANTEED this city where it is said his pro- Â¬ Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY fessional services have brought him an annual income of more than WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE 20000 The eminent members of the local bar are expecting to fall heir to the best part of the Judges clientage and it is probable their hopes will in a great measuro be In stock exchange par- Â¬ realized The Courier Journal of yesterday lance it is believed the local bar has VQ in the In and About column con- advanced a couple of notches by tained the following scketch of the Judge Lindsays election the promi- Â¬ STcxt July2 ly life of Mayor Richard Tobin of this nent attorneys having more big fish city and his administration of city to catch and they in turn leaving V A GAINES L 13 MARSHALL affairs more little fish for distribution Richard Tobin Mayor of Frank- Â¬ among the lawyers of leas reputa Â¬ fort was born in Fayette county tion He attended September 1 1848 An Hnhnnl fir R R Havres Institute and Mfc St Marys College Emmitsbtfrj It is now said that ex Chief Justice Md He was appointed Steward of Holt in view of Judge Lindsays the Feeble minded Institute by Gov election and the prospects it opens P H Leslie and va3 reappointed by to the members of the bar of this Blackburn and Govs McCrearv city has concluded to remain hero Knott He wai a member of the Frankfort and not return tohis former home in City Council for eight years During Mt Sterling or as ho once intended his term the new water works were Judge Holt built and a system of sewerage in- Â¬ of going to Louisville He was elected Mayor will without a doubt have a large Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a augurated Real estate bought sold or leased at the election in 1892 for a full term and lucrative practice in the Court share of the insurance patronage defeating the Republican opponenent of Appeals before the end of a few A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times by 174 votes The street car line has years He been built during his term strongly advocates brick streets and The best remedy for rheumatism Mayor all the public improvements OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET power in local politics Mr John W Fates Petersburg OilVa Tobin is a for writes and is talked of to succeed Legisla- Â¬ rheumatismI used Salvation and obtained great goes in the tor Taylor if the latter relief It is the best remedy I have Senate No town of its size and resources ever tried and I shall always keep it FARM A A in the State is in a better financial in the house condition than Frankfort It has a bopded debt of some 160000 but the Proposed Railroad Extensions for 7 ROOMS WITH A LOT 85 BY 200 FEET IN OF CHOICE LaND 210 revenue is large and will be largely OF South Frankfort Is oifered lor sale This OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED 1893 good Frankfort reduced increased and the tax rates m good repair ami is wen lucaieu In one of the best neighborhoods In Fianklln propeity u CO L U MARSHALL by the final settlement of the Capital Apply to county The Improvements consist of a brick Afents The railroad Gazette in its notice residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock removal question and the consequent In barn and all other necessary improvements of the proposed railroad extensions enhancement of property values order to sell Immediately we are authorized The in Kentucky this year says to oiler this property at less than Its value Kentucky Midlands talked of exten- Â¬ A Good Possession given 1st of March For further In Â¬ A gentleman in Union county Mo Â¬ formation apply to sion from Frankfort along the KenCO Agents L H MARSHALL who is too modest a man to have his tucky river to a connection with the Frankfort Ky name mentioned in the newspapers Louisville Southern a distance of T S OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON was cured of rheumatism by ChamMr S H Holmes 1 Wapplng street west lUIl trying the IJIUKS JB U1SU IIIUUllUIIUU ilB ilUIUU residence Tills properly ofwill bo offered as a Balm after berlains Pain ThiB would give prospects lots of 40 other medicines and treatments for Frankfort another line to Louisville whole nt a bargain toor It will be sold In For terms suit purchaser feet thirteen years 50 cent bottles for This road has also surveyed fifty or CO to front U MARSHALL CO Agents L mllE PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD upply sale by J W Gayle Druggist 1 Johnston on Second Third and Shelby miles from Paris into Morgan county streets couth Frankfort consisting of one largo through Owingsville passing brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as It - unquestionably tlie best to bo Market Corner Chat you desirable location APOLIO House Cleaning Quickly Married Try It In Tour MARSHALL CO Heal Estate and insurance DBS Frame Cottage FINS Investment J Â¬ FORSALR l- FOR SALaEI Worlds Fair We want a representive at the great Worlds Fair and we have de- Â¬ cided to ofier as a prize to one customer a trip and expenses for ono Â¬ Hi week Each person making a cash pur Â¬ chase of ono dollars 1 worth of goods will bo ontitled to a guess Contest to commence March 1st and close Friday Juno 30th WEITZEL ODONNELL 22 tf Referring to Judge Lindsays law I tell practice a gentleman said you the honor of being a United States Senator at 5000 is small ex Â¬ change for a man who is not wealthy but is earning no less than 20000 a year Why sir the salary will not even bo sufficient to maintain the Judge and his family in Washington City during the sessions of Congress The Nation can afford it and I think the salaries ought to be increased to such an amount as will enable a man of less than half a million dollars to live in Washington City and credita Â¬ bly represent the interests of his constituents without impoverishing his purse As a rule the man who accepts an office cuts himself loose from the ordinary pursuits of life by which a competency may be provided and if after serving the peo Â¬ You walkea the floor you groaned yon sighed THE OLD AND TUB NEW The old stylo pills I Who does not know What neony they caused what woo And felt such awful pain insido And the next day you felt so weak You didnt want to move or speak Now Pierces Pellets aro so mild They ore not dreaded by a child They do their work in painless way And leave no weakness for next day Thus proving what is oft confest That gentlo means aro always best MURRAY ON EXUM PROPERTY street consisting of a brick residence of 5 rooms and about two acres of land This prop Â¬ erty la well located and on account of the largeÂ¬ lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak ing a vpry desirable home For terms apply to CO L H MARSHALL Agents rnilE 1 wish a had In the city If for a home wo would advise ou to purchase one of the lots while they are to bo had LUMARSHALL it CO Agents FORJKHT THE HR1CK RKSIDKNCE Of 8 inOMS large ground known as the Orphans I Farms For Sale Il a I i J mllE DR WM MORRIS FARM 5 MILES FROM UfflsHALLACO L Frankfort Smallest cheapest Frankfort lying between the Owenton and Agents Peaks Mill ttirui iue roads containing One tiny Sitfar- Cures biek coated Pellet a JDose Headache Bilious Headache Diz Is offered for sulo as a wholo or Intwo or more Indigestion Constipation ziness trncts The Improvements consist of one resl Bilious Attacks and all derangedencu three tenement three tob icco barns CLAIR ST This Is one of tho host NORTH menta of the liver stomach and mllE PROPERTY ON by Mrs ST eman as a county and would make located larms In Franklin I recontly occupied for MileFror rent Ap home For terms Ac a verytodesirable country L B Murslmll apply 25 cts a vial by druggists bourdlng house Is offered bowels Ky as a Liver Pill easiest to take Dr Pierces Pellets are unequaled three rooms ucres of land with moderate Improvements ittOucreH of land of line Quality with llrst class The above three tracts of land aro located on a good turnpike road live and a half miles from 100 ACRES OF LAND WITH A WITH Homo This South Side on Third street property will b nut In thorough repair as soon Appjyto RESIDENCE OF asrented MAMiULLAC0 Agt I property Farm For Sale Â¬ Boarding House L D 380 AOEES agents 236 Main Â¬ Eeb 1 ly ply to MARSHALL x tu Co St Frankfort e 3D A ic FOR JK We also have a complete Wjmi JLiI hrEsmroJ gJLt M A stock of line which Selbert giSijiiz every thing in the jewelry we offer This Ladies Stemwinding Gold Filled Watch the case is warranted for twenty years with genuine Jeweled Klin or Waitham Movements only 14 Same as 16 above 14K filled THE CHANGES Â¬ this week This Solid Gold Ladies Watch This Gents Gold Filled Watch with Genuine American Movement case warranted for fifteen years only 1250 Social Events only at REDUCED Â¬ PRICES were 150 coal boats and barges swept over the falls from the Pump- Â¬ kin Patch A Queen Dethroned The Queen Islands was dethroned of the Hawaian this week and a provisional govern Â¬ ment of the foreign citizens substi- Â¬ tuted which sent a deputation to Washington City to arrange for an- Â¬ nexation with the United States Congress appears inclined to enter into negotiations for the Islands and Great Britain is preparing to file a protest against such proceedings 233 St Clair Street with Elgin Â¬ Jeweled Movement onlyi85o 2n the Senate and House by Rea son of Judge Lindsays Elevation V Â¬ Judge Lindsay yesterday tendered liis resignation as State Senator from the counties of Anderson Mercer and Franklin The Speaker of the Senate will issue a proclamation for an elec- Â¬ tion to fill the vacancy and it is said that Hon E H Taylor jr the pres- Â¬ ent member of the House from this county will resign his seat in the House and become an aspirant for Senatorial honors Mr Taylor has been a careful efficient and popular member and as a reward for his faithful services he is entitled to the promotion Numerous gentlemen have been suggested to succeed Mr Taylor among whom are Mayor Richard Tobin Capt W M McOloy Mr J W Pruett Ool Thomas Rod Â¬ man James A Scott B T Farmer J A Violett John W Rodman Judge Hines and Judge Ira Julian The three last named gentlemen it is said have declined to enter the race and the knowing ones in the Demo Â¬ cratic party say that it will probably settle down between Mayor Tobin and Mr Pruett prizes a vase in the eutting falling to Worth Knowing Mrs Sam D Johnson and a cup and Many thousand people have found There were nine tables at the en- Â¬ saucer to Mrs Henry F Duncan a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re- Â¬ tertainment of the Ladies Afternoon storer Mrs Ed Hensley and Mrs O E If you have never used this great Euchre Club by Mrs Wickliffe Chap Â¬ Colahan will entertain the Matrimo- Â¬ specific for the prevailing malady of man Saturday Mrs E Polk John the age Dyspepsia Liver son Mrs D M McHenry and Mrs nial Euchre Club to night at their Rhonmatism Costiveness Complaint Nervous home on Ann street W Â¬ F Dandridge scored sixteen and cut for the first and second prizes and the first a silver tea spoon was won by Mrs Johnson and the second a cup and saucer by Mrs McHenry Mrs Will Saffell in a score of seven won the booby prize a Japanese vase Miss Hallie Hales gave a dance to Sleeplessness and all diseases arising from derangement her friends Monday night at her liver and kidneys of the stomach we would be home in Bellepoint in honor of her pleased to give you a package of this cousin and guest MissSallie Glore of great nerve tonic free of charge 45 Chapman Williams Louisville 1 Exhaustion Nervous Prostration i j Whisky Valuation for State Tax The State Board of Valuation and Assessment composed of the gave a dance at Weitzels hall Tuesday Secretary of State and night Prof Wolfes orchestra furAuditor Treasurer met Tuesday and fixed the nished the music and a large number valuation of whisky for State taxes of young ladies and gentlemen enat 12 per barrel This is an increase gaged in the pleasures of the evening of 4 per barrel A Haff on Monday entertained the Ladies Afternoon The Independent Grapevine Club Euchre Club at her elegant home on Mrs Charles E Â¬ the tyf HOLE FAMILY Â¬ Â¬ Destructive Fire On Monday Judge and Mrs Wm Lindsay en- Â¬ a fire in London the afternoon county seat of Laurel county in this State destroyed a church and fifteen stores and dwellings aggregating in Senator Ed value about 60000 Parker lost a house in the fire valued tertained at their elegant residence on Wapping street last night in honor of the General Assembly The hours were from eight until eleven oclock during which the spacious parlors were thronged with the members of the General Assembly the State officers and citizens of Frankfort and many visiting friends from other points in the State The refreshments were furnished by a Louisville caterer and the music by Prof Wolfes superior orchestra which with the decorations of the rooms the handsome dreBses worn by the ladies and tho air of refined taste and culture among the assem Â¬ bled callers made up in all the de- Â¬ tails the most brilliant society event of tho season The Judge was heartily congratulated by all present on his success in receiving the Democratic nomination for United States Senator Mrs A F Respess and Mrs W H Newhall jr will entertain the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club at the latters residence on Third and Steele streets South Side next Thursday afternoon The members of the Young Mens Instituteof this city anticipating the advent of the Lenten season are arÂ¬ ranging for a grand hop at the Cap Â¬ ital Hotel ball room next Wednesday or Thursday night In addition to the entertainment of the Matrimonial Euchre Club this afternoon Mrs Ed Hensley will en Â¬ tertain a number of hor lady friends at euchre next Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs Sam D Johnson en tertained on Wednesday evening a number of gentlemen from Lexing ton who were present in the city to attend tho German After the German Wednesday night Mr Carroll Power gave an ele gant lunch in the dining room of tho Capital Hotel in honor of Miss May Marshall of Fleming county Mrs A F Respess whom Miss Marshall is visiting was the chaporone Tho Frankfort German Club gave the third of their delightful dances at tho Capital Hotel ball room Wed Â¬ nesday night Mr and Mrs John H Stuart led tho danco in which about thirty five couples a largo part of whom wore visitors participated Tho music which Prof Wolfes or Â¬ chestra furnished was so superior it obtained a number of oncores Mrs Philip Carpenter entortainod at progressive ouchroj Wednosday aftornoon in honor of hor slstor Mrs Goo L Willis There wore seven tables The score of ten won both Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Deaths Shea On Sunday Mr Oharles G Shea father of Mr Sam J Shea of this city died at the residence of Mr John Wright near Hatton in The deceased was eighty three years of age and for many years was a well known resi Â¬ dent of this city He was a brick Â¬ layer by trade and was an expert in that business For a long time he was engaged in brick making and contracting in this city and for a year or so was engaged in the same business at Eminence but of late years he made his home upon his farm near Hatton Ho was a soldier in the 9th Ken Â¬ tucky Cavalry in the Federal Army during the late war and participated with credit in several engagements Besides his son of this city he leaves two sons Messrs Simon and Al Shea of Lexington and a wife and three daughters to mourn his loss His body was buried at Hatton MoKinley The St Louis papers this week announce the death of Mrs Andrew McKinley of that city She was the daughter of Hon John J Crittendens third wife and was well known by the old rssidents of this city who recall her as the wife of Mr Andrew McKinley at one time the Register of the Land Office liv- Â¬ ing in the house at the corner of Main and Washington streets now occupied by Mr Lawrence Tobin She was the mother of Mrs St John Boyle of Louisville and of Mrs D iA January of St Louis Nugent Lindsoy the infant son of Mrs Annie Kiernan Nugent of Lex Â¬ ington formerly of this city died Friday of last week Shelby oounty Capt Smith Cook the Kentucky giant who was door keeper of the last House of Representatives com- Â¬ mitted suicide Wednesday near Bag dad Mr Cook was a well known farmer and had made some speculations in tobacco and it was thought that his losses had unbalanced his mind Â¬ at 2500 Suicide Sam Cook a brother of Â¬ i r rt - Ft has died with Consumption whereas if he or she had taken Ottos Cure for Throat and Lung disease in time life would have been rendered happi- Â¬ Heed the er and perhaps saved warning If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs Williams and get call at Chapman a trial bottle free Large size 50c 45 Is daily chronic in our papers also the death of some dear friend who A Horrible Railroad Accident the corner of Shelby and Todd Something for Every Member Tho frreatet nlua forthe least mony of anyrnmra streets There were seven tables iiHi In tho wm Id Five aerial stories and orer 100 short Both prizes contested for were the xtoiiin rorToumr anil old by best authors Hundred of noiw anecdotes Ac Departments on The Household vnn anil Firmer Popular Science handiwork of the hostess who is an taaliioin Mnlc IMIirions and Moral Cnrrent Events Questions New W iutc C5T2BOValXiatle3EXM2j3 adept in china painting The first tnmpi for a 3 months subscription pin which Mrs W G Bullitt won was a in uiu uvtT auu pages and 2S0 Superb Illustrations IIS Slimmer candle holder and the second which nUCSELL PUBLISHING CO 19GBOSTON St fell to Miss Annie Steele was a vase The painted work on each was pronounced perfectly beautiful in design Mrs Bullitts coloring and finish scorewas nineteen and the score for the second prize was seventeen ne- Â¬ yt cessitating cutting by Mes Will Saf lrIM I C Murray W F Dandridge fell H Sam E James and Miss Steele HO Those present besides those al- Â¬ Jni71i31Cm7 APiSfMk f rcj I ready mentioned were Mrs Frank mileME MILES Richardson Mrs E M Gober Mrs cirmLTTWfii mgyf rsnni iiiim W J Hendrick Mrs Caswell Ben Â¬ kXwiv A 1usxrY kSjaiy W J J z nett Mrs Nannie Duvall Mrs G T sfiirann Blackley Mrs L C Norman Mrs iilMlilWl Mrs G M Adams Theodore Wylie Mrs Fanny M Trabue Mrs E Polk THE SHORTEST TO Johnson Mrs Kate Patton Mrs W Â¬ H Newhall Jr Mrs Henry F Duncan Mrs John W Rodman Mrs Ed Hensley Mrs O E Colihan Mrs Kate Mauer Mrs Sue Rodman Mnklng direct connections in Centrul Union Depot for Misses Nellie Orbison Todd Saffell Jennie Morris and Miss Mathews of St Louis Chicago Buffalo Can- Â¬ I Â¬ n M PfeRE PII I Hill Q4mSSzmk lfeareKi54liM ii iijir mWmm Cincinnati Missouri ada New England New A Card To whom it may concern We the undersigned committee who were appointed at the last meet- Frankfort Ky January 23 1893 Â¬ Top Drawer GENERAL I Ice Gorge and Damage The ice gorge at Louisville broke Monday evening tore fifteen empty coal boats and barges loose on the Ken tucky side sunk the towboat Aid 0 Q Hockensmitii disabled the Hotspur and caused the G O Brumbaok loss of about a dozen loaded coal J E KlRTLEY boats and barges on the Indiana side Committee of Franklin Baptist As It was estimatod that no Iobs than sociation Â¬ ing of the Franklin Baptist Associ- Â¬ ation to investigate a rumor of cruel and inhuman treatment of Curtis Lawrence an orphan boy who was taken from the Baptist Orphans Home at Louisville several years ago by Dr Gayleand afterwards adopted into the family of John S Pierce jr of Peaks Mill would state that we have made a searching investigation into said rumor and find that it was grossly exaggerated and Mr Pierce was done great injustice During our investigation and while it was being stated the boy had been made way with Mr Pierce found the boy who had absconded from his home liv-Â¬ ing in Shelby county brought him to a member of the committee and afterwards took him homo with him supplied him with clothing and monev then went with him and a member of this committee to the Orphans Home in Louisville and turned the boy over to the custody of the superintendent of that institu Â¬ tion Mr Pierce was also instru Â¬ mental afterwards in having tho boy sent to his mother in California Tho boy Lawrence denounced as untrue all charges and rumors as to cruel treatment of himself by Mr Pierce that he left tho homo of Mr Pierce of his own volition and with- Â¬ out the knowledge or consent of that gentleman We publish this in justice to Mr Pierce exonerating him from the charges made in tho rumor afore said Â¬ sixteen gentlemen friends present to congratulate him on the happy event and while the hours away in a game of cards A beautiful scarf pin and a paper knife were tho prizes con- Â¬ tended for and the former was won by Dr S B Holmes and the latter by Dr J S Collins Refreshments with fine wines and cigars were served to the company Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria York Boston Monday night Mr Charles E Haff on tho occasion of the fiftieth anni Â¬ THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST TO versary of his birthday was surprised Louisville Frank on his return home from business to Harrodsburg fort Kentucky find that his wife had the parlors brilliantly lighted and a company of SUOHTEST AND QUICKKsT LINE TO New Orleans Solid trams Baggage Cars Miioklng Cars Day Coaches Pullman Boudoir Sleepers through without change via Chattanooga Birm Â¬ ingham Meridian making direct connection enroute for KnoxUlls Ashevllle niul the Â¬ Soixtlx IEjSist At Chattanooga for Â¬ Â¬ Atlanta Charleston Augusta Ma Â¬ con Savannah Brunswick Thomasville and Floriaa Electric Bitters Points This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to Palace Sleeping Cars to Jacksonville without All chunge Quick time to Selnia and Montgom need no special mention ery Huntsvllle Decatur Florence Mem who have used Electric Bitters phis and sing the same song of praise Arkansas Points A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that Direct connections made at New Orleans without Electric Bitters will omnibus transfer at for Inhesion Houston is claimed TEXAS MEXICO cure all diseases of the Liver and ill CALIFORNIA Kidneys will remove Pimples The only through line to Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Jackson VicksburgMiss Shreve Malaria from the sysWill drive port La tem and prevent as well as cure all Making direct connection without omnibus trans For cure of fer for Dallas Fort Worth Austin and points in Malarial fevers Headache Constipation and IndiEngestion try Electric Bitters guaranteed or tire satisfaction Price 50 cts For Through Hates Correct County Maps and money efunded full Information call on per bottle at South Side and S T SWIFT Pass Agt Lexington Kya drug store D QEDWARDS P H CARPENTER G P T A Cincinnati Ohio 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Texas and the West 8 I 4 P - el TTTC T J kJ CLO Our Twentieth Annu Â¬ al Invoice m W ON FEBRUARY 1st 9 and we MlFll k A IfcTZD T A SVLLE-- take a pleasure in thanking the people Shoes Slioes F ft ft X H JL JLJLJLJL m j of this community for R1EH 818 HftTS Shape go at to 300 T the very liberal pa during the most pros organizati on Â¬ tronage extended us B Ladies Rubbers only 20 cents Our best Cuffs slightly soiled go at three pair for 25 cents Â¬ OVERCOATS One big lot of Mens Suits Wool go at S8that sold from all 12 One big lot of Stiff Nobby 150 sold for 250 Mens Arctics only 99 cents Ladies Kid Button Shoes only 1 perous year since our One lot of 4 ply Linen Collars go at 1214 cents One big lot of Unlaundried Our One big lot of Stiff Derbys go- - former price 150 5 stock is entirely too to S15 One at 1 sold for 150 to 2 Shirts go at 50 cents former price Ladies Grain Button Shoes only 60 and 75 cents 1 former price 135 One big lot of Childrens shirt One lot of Mens Congress and waists go at 23 cents Lace Shoes 125 iormer price One lot of Mens Domet Shirts go at 25 cents large for this season We want to clear our tables to prepare for One big lot of Fur Caps at one big lot of Boys Knee Pants Suits go at 399 former half price price 6 and 7 S B Suits v One lot of Misses Caps go at One big lot of Childrens Knee 15 cents sold for 50 cents Pants go at 23 cents One big lot of Mens Pants go at 3 and 4 sold for 4 50 to 3 Â¬ the spring campaign We know to do this prices only tell the story You can have for- Â¬ One big lot of Fur Rugs go at 5 One large lot of Mens Calf Congress and Lace go at 250 former vrice and 7 sold for almost One lot of very fine Flannel 300 and 350 Â¬ Shirt Waists go at 75 cents mer price Si 50 One big lot of Mens Over- double the money coats go at S sold for 10 to 12 50 Banard LaAll our Bennett dies Fine Kid Shoes go at 3 99 former price 5 Onejarge lot of Mens coats sold for 15 Over- Â¬ One bij lot of Boys and Misses Stockings at 25 go at 10 One large lot of Steamer Caps 1 the latest go at 75 cents to 150 and 6 and 35 cents the profit Only give us the cash Bring the Cash One big lot of Mens Canton Flannel Drawers go at 25 cents One big lot of Boys and Chi- Â¬ ldrens Overcoats go at 75 cents to An immense stock of Trunks 8 sold for double the money Bags Umbrellas c Want cash HWTOiS Grufcher THE GROUND HOG Agrees With His Brother Proph ets That Winter Is Not Over Â¬ Starks Ciuicner 1 starcs GRUTGHER STARKS CRIB J B Tfll The ground hog had ample time Thursday to spy hie shadow in the Bun If there is any foundation for the prophetic instinct of this animal he is now snugly tucked away in his hole awaiting the expiration of six weeks continued cold and disagree Â¬ able weather It is contended how ever by some believers in the ground hog theory that the hour for viewing the shadow must be exactly at noon but as a change has been made in this city from sun to standard time since the last time our distinguished prophet appeared and the town Â¬ clock for many months has positively refused to keep any kind of time it is possible that he like the Government Bureau may err in his weather predictions thte year If it should chance though that this mnrt li Hhould turn out to be mild the ground hog will bo no further off in his predictions than all tne many weather prophets in the country who have consulted Venus Mercury the moon and the rest of the bodies swinging in space and learned from them that blizzards and storms of wind hail snow and rain will follow each other bo rapidly that a mans right side will bo stiff witli sleet while his left is buried in snow Do You Know Â¬ Every minates in consumption you cough you increase time tho trouble and an inilammation is soon started which is diflloult to There is one remedy that control That a large percentage of deaths in this country are caused by consumpA little cold tion and lung trouble neglected in the beginning often ter Â¬ Â¬ She Committed Suioido cures quickly every kind of cough Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky That is Dr Hales Household Cough Cure It is the best Are you not Mrs F O Cone at Paris left this For sale at 25 Below will be found a list of advertised letter entitled to the best My husband Forgive mo and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug letters for the week ending February if I cause you trouble but I suffer so 2 store You do not know what these long 4th 1893 wakeful wretched nights are to me Irvin Miss Mama and lam so tired darling the pain Ackley Henry Resolutions of Hespeot Anderson Mrs Johnson Augus will never be better It is not easy Johnson Laura to take my own life but I have been The following resolutions were Alexander Mrs Jones MrsBerry Addle sick so long Good bye my husband adopted by the Daughters of Re Johnson S J ZB I love you your wife This is one of becka at their last meeting Bailey Miss Har Â¬ Kidd W F the thousands that gives up instead Lile riet of using Dr Miles Restorative Ner Â¬ Whereas It has seemed good to Black Miss Lena Macy MiesRAnnie vine and being speedily cured of D Universe to remove Buflln Richard the Ruler of the Monhead Harry Go to J W their wretohedness from among us our talented and be- Â¬ Pleasant Gayle and get an elegant book and loved friend and fellow member Mr Ban miller M r s McCoy Spencer Miller Wm 6 trial bottle free B F Firestone therefore in view of Mitchell Robert the loss we have sustained and still Blanton Mrs Meek Rev Stoph- Walter heavier Iobs occasioned to his re Â¬ Cash Grant G Real Estate Transfers aniah spected relatives be it W H Nermette Peter Resolved That the members of this Clark N S Mitchell and wife to W B Patrick Harry Booiety hereby deBiro to express their Coldairn Mrs Price Sherman Ellor Mitchell for 2500 a farm in the sense of bereavement and grief at Dbdd Charley Rephit Dan county the loss of one of their earliest most Davidson F R Slai E R faithful and most gifted members DeRooktLouis Martha B Bryant to W 0 Bryant Scott Miss Mattie and to record the enjoyment and Duncan Shelton Sidney Mrs for 500 a strip of land on Benson profit which they have long had in Tremon J W Lucy S creek general social qualities and the Daugherty Miss Wash Oharlottio brilliant intellectual acquirements of Lusindey Weber A P James J Hulette to W O Bryant the deceased White Henry D Dailey Oscair for 275 a tract of land Resolved That wo sincerely sympa Mrs Walter George the relatives and near Darnell thize with Waight Mrs Kate Nora Commissioner W H Posey for friends of our late beloved brother Wilson Mrs Myr Jacob Gibbs deceased to Julius C and that we respectfully commend Duncan Mat tle them for consolation to that Divine Edmerton David Young L P Gibbs and J H Gibbs for 725 a Power which though sometimes Furnish JAA tract of 63 acres on Benson Creek J Young Thomas inscrutable in its dispensation ye Harrison John Zbindun Gotlieb Hawkins doeth all things well feeling sure Elizabeth Moore c by Commis Â¬ that to them as to us there is com- Â¬ Hendricks James Jos List Co sioner Posey to Elizabeth Bird B fort in the knowledge that tho de- Hackoy Merella Reliable Commission House whistle a division of 28 acres of land ceased was not only honorable and lierndon Susie set out in an action of court styled manly in all respects but was also a devoted and consistent Christian When calling for those letters nay ad Wm Mooros executor c vs Nannie Forbes c vertisod Elizabeth Moore Minnie Howell J M HkYVKhh Wm B Buidqeford Hanson Graham to W M H Gra Â¬ Poetmnater Committee ham for 150 a tract of 50 acres un- Â¬ divided on Main Elkhorn O N Rogers Miles Norvo and Liver Pills Wm Murphy to Robert Vice Act on a now principle regulating Of Adams N Y ate nothing but dry for 275 two tracts of ton and tho liver stomach and bowels though bread for three years on account of two acres of land noar Stoadman o Dr that terrible disease Dyspepsia the nerves A now discovery Pills speedily oure biliousness states that he was entirety cured by town Miles John W Gaines and James B bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ Dr Hales Household Tea and can tion Splendid for men women and now eat anything This greatest GaineB to John Poindextor for 170 ohildron Smallest mildest surest medicine known is sold at 25 and 50 ten acres of land on Camp Pleasant 50 doses for 25 oents Samples free at cents per package at Carpenters 2 I Branch J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly drug store Â¬ and J W Gaines to Ben Poin for 365 a tract of 35 aores on Camp Pleasant Branch Amanda Martin and husband to E O ONan for 225 one ninth interest in 85 acres on the Kentucky river dexter There 1b a Boat In Ointments Dr In everything Hales Household Ointment stands at It is effecting more won- Â¬ the hedd derful cures and giving greater satis Â¬ faction than any other remedy in the bruises burns world For cuts sprains frostbite chilblains chapped handB and lips eczema salt rheum piles c it nas no equal We claim great things for it and guarantee what we claim It is the great pain and skin cure Put up in 25 and 50c Large size cheapest boxes For sale by Phil Carpenter druggist 2 Many Persons are broken down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the system aids digestion removes exects of bile and cures molurla Oct tho genuine Browns Iron Bitters Â¬ Change of Time Effective February 6th Kentucky Midland train leaving Frankfort at 410 pm will make close connection at Georgetown with Queen Ores Â¬ cent arriving at Cincinnati at 710 p m Time three hours How to Cure a Cold Simply tako Ottos Curo Wo know of its astonishing cures and that it will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy If you have Asthma Bronchitis Consumption or any disease of tho throat and lungs a tow doseH of this great guaranteed remedy will Bur prise you If you wish to tryjltoallat our store on Main street and we will be pleased to furnish you a bottle free of cost and that will prove our assertion 45 Â¬ Â¬ OmapmanWilliamb Mkiiw tM r Jtil daJJk Adtf jMu4mmmmttJsau m4mmmMmmMmMHfMmmnmmwm iiiiwii iijffwwWMgaBBiwi v I