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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf i TIT LEWIS Publisher MKFOBT A GEO A WEEKLY PAP ERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 23 VOL XYJ Highest of all in Leavening Power FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY FEB Latest U S Govt Report A LADY ARTIST 11 1898 xmrnanmMOBtas Miss Natalio Suwyior of this city the Designer of a Priezo for 11 W the Worlds Pair JLIA an Dn nay A J rfr A VATT V -- bsbhi JL J xjl MAW ittvvwi ijf A H HID JLT i m H i vHtMttmmxii opflOMwwiwarajinLMo ABSOLUTELY PURE URBAN STEPHENS I I i With Pistol in Hand is Shot by Dick Suter in tho Right Side n f T OJ ft BS ft I Stephens the youngest son of Mr Walker Stephens hod been fatally shot Monday nightbyJas A Dick Suter son of Mr J A Suter a guard Later develop- Â¬ at the penitentiary ments encourage the belief that the wounded man will soon recover The young men were friends and a dispute arose over a trivial matter Harsh epithets were applied and Mr Luscher in whose saloon on Broad- Â¬ way the affray occured requested ffi KMSJWIiaBgfliSlSi tho men to cease the noise or leave HUIIIJIII the house to settle their disagree ment Stephens walked to the stroet and returned in a few minutes with a pistol in his hand vowing that he A Disturbance would kill Suter As ho continued to advance Suter quickly drew a isnt what you want if your stomach Thati and bowels are irregular The ball struck pistol and fired Unsolicited about all you get though with tin in the right side and he Stephens ordinary pill It may relieve you foi fell to the floor but soon afterwards The following testimonial came to a moment but youre usually in i In the us Kenyon Thomas Co Adams worse state afterward than before arose and left the house N Y Gentlemen For the past two This is just where Dr Pierces meanwhile Chief of Police Williams years I have suffered terribly with Pleasant Pellets do most good They Â¬ arrived and placed Suter under ar- what doctors call eczema During act in an easy natural way very rest Stephens a few hours later dis this time I have consulted several different from the huge old ihshio -covered that he was bleeding quite physicians and used a number of ed pills Theyre not only pleasant well known remedies afterward freely was taken to his fathers home no relief until finally Ibut could get er but theres no reactionlittle sugar was urged to and their help lasts One near the 0 P 0 Distillery where give your remedies a trial I cannot coated pellet for a gentle laxative oi At corrective three for cathartic Con Doctors Williams and Thompson say enough in praise of them Bilious At were called to attend mm in me present 1 am as well as I ever was in stipation Indigestion my my sincere thanks to tacks Dizziness Sick and Bllioiu tho doctors found Stephens you life and owo condition for Dr Hales Household Oint Headaches are promptly reliovec they could not probe for tho ball but ment and Tea Any one doubting and cured Theylre the smallest the easiest to from an examination of the wound the sincerity of this testimonial will force of confer a favor by addressing very take and tho cheapest pill you cai made since it is thought the yours N J MoNabb buy for theyre guaranteed to give tho deadly messenger was almost truly Leominster Mass satisfaction or your money is re spent before it drew blood and that These remedies are for sale at 25c turned if it has lodged anywhere in Stephens and 50c at P H Carpenters drug You pay only for the good you get ju y y ly body it is in some part where it is store For Sale An open front coal doing little injury and can probably SMALL FIRES stove tile lined and good as new is be extracted without great trouble or Also a offered for sale at a bargain danger That Threatened Two of tho Hand- Â¬ a New Process gasoline stove only 1 A heavy overcoat another coat a used one season Apply at this olnco somest Residences in the more 1 vest and other clothes besides City THE GOOD FORTUNE than fifty sheets of thick paper in Friday night of last week there pamphlets and circulars which were two small blazes tnat were Of Lieut Commandor Walker Stephens had in his various pockets Who is Well Known in This were perforated by the ball before it more threatening than destructive MAIN AND RROADWAY LEXINGTON KY City in the room of Mr Geo struck the flesh at a point a few inches One occured below the right nipple and perhaps L Willis at the residence of Capt The New York Daily Recorder in a glanced around the body on the out- John W Headloy on the South Side special mention of the good fortune side without doing more damage than A piece of wood during the absence ofLieut Commander Asa Walker who breaking tho skin The physicians of Mr and Mrs Willis fell out of the married Miss Belle Grant daughtoi think now that within a few days grate and a servant some time after- Â¬ of Col Alex Grant of this city says unless some unforseon disturbance ward chancing to pass the room Lieut Commander Asa Walker arises they will have Stephens on detected the smoke arising from the executive officer of the monitor hearth rug and flooring and soon ex- Â¬ Miantonomoh now lying at the Navy the street Tuesday was held over tinguished the fire before it had done Yard has triumphed over numerous Suter on and secured one of the by County Judge Williams to await much damage The other blaze oc- Â¬ competitors commands which can fall pleasanteBt the issue of tho wound under a bond curred at Judge Lindsays in th o to the lot of a naval officer He has of 1000 which he promptly gave room up stairs where the gentlemen been ordered to hold himself in readi practice the and was released from jail Ho will arranged their toilets at the recep- ness to commandwhich now soon go Our buyer will leave in a few day for Xow York and to make room will oruisor Bancroft likely have a hearing one day next tion Some ono had lighted a cigar in commission There are but three lor Spring purchases we must r duce our present stock and thrown the match on the floor important commands which are week For thirty days we will offer Special Low near the lace curtains and within a to officers below the commander Prices on our entire line of few moments the blaze leaped up the grade The other two are the gun Â¬ Fail to do Their Duty cruiser and side of tho window and a number of boat Petrel Mr tho dynamite an Walker is Everybody 1ms at times failed to gentlemen seeing it ran to the win- Â¬ Vesuvius is well up in ordinance able and seaman do their duty towards themselves dow and pulled tho burning curtains gunnery and a perfect disciplinarian Hundreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousness sleep Â¬ down and stamped the fire out It Let was not made known to anyone at lessness and female troubles them follow the example of Mrs H tho time or a panio might have taken Herbechter Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly place and put a sudden termination from nervous prostration and sleep- Â¬ to the elegant reception and the 1 lessness tried physicians and differ pleasure of more than 300 people who ent medicines without success But were then in tho house one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep every night and Fire Saturday Morning- - About Cures Each de Â¬ CourIis she is feeling like a new person Mrs four oclock Saturday morning lire Thront Consumption Druscfos onCroup Soro Dont miss this opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains a Guarantee Sold by oil City partment complete with new and strictly first class goods Elizabeth Wheeler Laramie For a Lame Side Bach or Chet Shilohs Porous Wyoming who tried all other reme in an out houso originating from Plaster will give grc t fatifnciou 35 cents dies declares that after three weeks ashes in a barrel was the cause of A VITALIZER use oi the Nervine lor iieadaone an alarm at tho residence of Mr MrsSWUBHfJ Chnttnnoogn Tonn sayns T S HnwlttiiH Nervous Prostration etc she was Lewis Finnolls at tho corner of ShtmaYitalucrtAVVD 31 LIFE I eomideritthebcstremcilvfrailchilitaUd8iislem Sold by J W entirely relieved Vov The fire I ever useIt excels IyoptpsnetaUvcr or ivlunoy Main and High streets 1 Gaylo Trial bottle free Vvlw 75 trouble department extinguished tho flamo They Always Get There a few minutes after their arrival and HILOHVsCATARRH tho loss was trifling REMEDY As wo have frequently remarked It TIMiTfitnrrll TrvthlsItumtHlV This Will Frankfort has no reason to bo Look out for counterfeits Soo that rollovo and Cure you Prlco 60 cts In ashamed of her sons who have sought Bou get the genuine Salvation Oil Jcotor for ittBUccoasfultrcatmonfclfunjl3hotu by ua ou Remedies tiro sold you not homos in other cities and States as Must as let tho dealer sell uuon some freo Bhlloha satisfaction irot- - guarantee to glvo irood but insist they generally make names for thorn tingtho gonulno with the Bulls Head For sale by W McKee Hardie AND BROADWAY solves in whatovor profession or call- - trade mark on the wrapper Jan 28 ly It was thought at first that Urban Â¬ ing they may select Only last week we made a notice of tho success of Mr Ben Meek jr in St Paul Min- Â¬ nesota and now Mr Sam 0 Bull jr Little Sam steps to the front with a nice little promotion and a com- Â¬ fortable salary attached Al a meeting of the board of directors of the Citizens Bank of Greenville Missis- Â¬ sippi held on tho first instant he was raised from the desk of book keeper tob3 assistant cashier a responsi- Â¬ ble position which Sammie will fill with credit to himself and entire satisfaction of the board of directors He will make a friend of every man woman and child whose money Tie handles over the counter of his banking house and they will deem it a pleasure to do business with such a genial gentleman Heres looking at you old fellow and may you soon drop tho assistant bussiness and become the head center of the establishment Â¬ Â¬ National Building at the Worlds Fair There were a number of competitors for the honor but the judges of the who were the presidents various Columbian Clubs in the State regarded Miss Sawyiers design of a trumpet vine and flower as decidedly superior to the others submitted The drawing was forwarded to Chi Â¬ cago where it will again be consider- Â¬ ed by the committee to whom such matters are entrusted and will no doubt meet with the same warm ap- Â¬ proval there thatithae received from the Kentucky clubs Miss Sawyier who was the author of the name and design for the Kentucky Midland route is known as strikingly original in the conception bf her art work which is pleasing in its breadth of suggestion and graceful outlines and the acceptance of her drawing for the Kentucky parlor will tend to bring her that appreciation of hei merit from strangers which her friends in Kentucky have not been slow to consider her due Â¬ Miss Natalie Sawyier of this city was complimented this week by tho selection of her design for a frieze to decorate the Kentucky parlor in the MuJUVTsatXxaiTSBMUxKsacaatsxi Wire Door Mats Shovels Pokers Or Coal Hods Best and Cheapest to be had From i P Hardware Merchant Â¬ 3BRM Vp fin OTT Mi blill o ED X 1 7T3L Iliiilm j Â¬ Great Bargains for 30 Days Ings Â¬ Â¬ iSfTSHILOHSi fBBfc M H CURE Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies -- i rower Scott Frazees S V Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies MAIN Lexington Ky ai W pBfrtt tfttkit Vfrfffe M i 1 1 JLj Ju IJ 145 Csr -- V O XJ 11 3E Ha HO ooo IBolt of Troy Surreys worth Sherwin gallon Williams 175 VI7ES HAVE T I MT 83 We will close out as follows oj 6j 1 and We make the following1 cash Prices at Paint at 145 per Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 0j4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list touts c Steele Nails per Kej Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg 190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts 10 Distort s Hand Saw Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 37 cents per box 1 Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 GratevI3askets 43 cb per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Seel Wagon Mutniril Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbeil and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed O its Field and Garden Seed And u full line of GENERRL HKRDWHRE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL C E M A COLLINS - Opposite the Farmers Bank the serious illness of that gentleman at THIS HANDSOME his home in Louisville A deep cold pontracted a month ago has settled Mr E Power was in Lexington into bronchial qr- lung affection this week which will require careful nursing to Miss Todd Saffell was in Louisville enable the patient to recover this week visiting friends Dr A D Mayo an educational evangelist of Boston is in Louisville Capt Sam M Gaines of Coving- Â¬ Large size only ton was in the city Sunday and proposes to come to this city next week to remain hero until May Col Wm Hamilton of Mt Ster- Â¬ He will devote his time while here to ling was in the city Saturday an educational awakening giving Misses Emily and Annie Thomas free lectures and furnishing informa- Â¬ tion on the subject to the people and went to New York City Monday the press who may bo desirous of Mrs W F Dandridge returned learning something of a cause in nesday from a visit to Winchester Monday which the distinguished gentleman Mrs J M Saffell was in Lexington has devoted the past thirteen years Miss Annie Duvall is visiting Mrs J Stoddard Johnston in Louisville Wednesday attending the Todd Ross of his life wedding Miss Mary Cox of Versailles is Deaths Mrs J 0 Kernen and daughter the guest of Miss Rebecca Averill Miss Drusa are visiting this week in Redmond Mrs R W Redmond Miss Marian Lindsay has returned Pleasureville home from a visit to friends in Ohio of the Graefenburg neighborhood Miss Alibel Miller after a visit to For a Solfd Miss Ada McEwing went to Circle Miss Lizzie Pence returned home to died Friday and was buried Saturday O Saturday to visit her sister ville She was an aged and respectable lady Owensboro Tuesday ANTIQUE or of Mr Philip Mr Tom L Walker of the Lexing- Â¬ Miss Amelia Petry of Shelbyville the grandmother SIXTEENTH ton Leader was in the city this is the guest of Misses Minnie and Julia Arnold of R K McOlure Son and week Cox on the SouthSide CENTURY her death was mourned by a large Â¬ Mrs Wm M SafTell went to LouisMiss Hannah Innes attended the circle of friends ville Tuesday to visit friends for a wedding of Mr James M Todd jr Posey Mrs Laura Posey wife of few days to Miss Ross of Lexington County Judge Posey of Anderson Miss Eva Brasher of Cincinnati Misses McDowell and Thornton of O is visiting Miss Mamie Sower on Lexington attended the German at county and mother of Mr W H Posey of this city died of consump- Â¬ Mero street NICELY FINISHED WITH MIRROR the Capital Hotel last night tion at her home in Lawrenceburg MissDessioWingate after a visit to Miss May Pepper returned Wednesfriends here returned home to Mid Â¬ day from a visit to her sister Mrs Monday She has been a sufferer for Keep your eyes on ths apace and we will put you on to some sp ctal way Saturday several years and her death was not Clay Hatchitt in Scott county GOOD THINGS unexpected Miss Amelia Petry of Shelbyville and Mrs T is the guest of Miss Minnie Cox on daughter N Arnold of this city Lex Claphaji Rachael Clapham a Mrs H T Groom of the South Side ington were in Louisville yesterday feeble minded girl died at the Mr James V Pearce Local Editor Feeble Minded Institute Sunday and JunSMy Mr Thos G Stuart of Winchesof the Henry county Local was in ter was in the city Wednesday visit Â¬ her remains were sent to her rela- Â¬ city Saturday the ing his brother Mr John H Stuart tives in Louisville Monday bridesmaids but the groom was at Â¬ MOST SUCCESSFUL Mrs Wm L Rodman of Louis Â¬ Banks Genie Banks colored a tended by Messrs Thos B Gilliland W H Posey returned Thurs- Â¬ visiting her parents Dr and Mr ville is day from Lawrencoburg where he brother of Lew Banks the driver of of Louisville WmStigall of CharlesMrs J Q A Stewart Winches- Â¬ went to attend the funeral of his Hon E H Taylors carriage died ton West Virginia Jerry Corbett and Mrs Jennie Cardwell of R T Watson of this city Mr Louis ter is at the bedside of her sister mother Monday And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State Mrs Barbour of New Castle wife Mrs Sam B Holmes Harris on the violin accompanied Mrs Susan C Darnell widow of of Judge Barbour of the Superior II fill 1 Mr Robt Jillson and his bride late J R S Darnell died Mon- Â¬ by Miss Havens on the piano played after a tour in the East returned Court is at the Capital Hotel with the afternoon very suddenly at her the wedding march The happy her husband day home Monday night The couple left for their home in CharlesDonley agent for Miles home near Ducker Station Mr John Mr Theodore Shaw of Lexington ton that night this week on an ex- Â¬ Son a visit to Col L P Tarlton re- Â¬ tended went out trip in the interest funeral took place Wednesday after-Â¬ after business Koop Macklin Mr and Mrs A from her late residence the noon turned home Monday of his firm Rev J W Macklin of this county have services being conducted by Miss May Marshall of Flemings Messrs Dick Church Richard burg returned home Monday after a Crutcher George Shinkle and Thos K P South The deceased was an issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter Miss Jane Mack visit to Mis A F Respess G Newman were in Georgetown aunt of Mr J S Darnell of this lin to Mr Wm E Koop of LouisMiss Mary Belle Halley of Paynes Wednesday attending the shooting city ville Tho ceremony will take place A Wilson match Depot is visiting Mrs R Matrimonial near Woodlake this county at the Providence Church at Wood Miss Julia Todd of Louisville and lake on St Valentines day next Mrs Hallie Pugh of Franklin Ind Mrs Mary Hannah Watson of Lex Hardie Hardie Mr W McKee Tuesday at 1230 p m The couple is in the city at the bedside of her inglon were here this week at the bedside of their sister Mrs S B Hardie tho well known young drug will make their home in Louisville sister Mrs Sam B Holmes gist and Mrs Sue Hardie of Belle Miss Mary Cox after a visit to Holmes Hale Morrison Mr Joseph Halo Mr Gilbert Mastin writes from point went to Cincinnati one day Miss Rebecca Averill returned home to Woodford county Monday California that his health is improv- Â¬ last week and returned home Satur- Â¬ and Miss Millie P Morrison were delightful married Wednesday at the courtthat in a Mr John M Todd of Louisville is ing and he is having most a pleas Â¬ day night ns husband and wife quite climate city and has accepted a posi Â¬ ant sojourn in the RuFF Haldi Miss Tillio Haldl house by County Judge Williams tion at the Roundabout office Moore - Moore On Wednesday Ensign Hugh Rodman of the went to Kinney Kentucky Tuesday Stoddard Moore procured a license Mr Abo Gum is homo from Irvine where her parents reside and will re- Â¬ Estill county whore he has been in United States Navy who is here with main his wife visiting his relatives will there until March 1st when to wed Miss Ruth Moore the interest of his log business shortly leave for duty in Alaska and she will wed Mr Joe Ruff of this The celebrated Specialist lnrmerly of New York Cltv now consulting Physician of Southern Med Ovid Musin Co Col and Mrs Mrs R P Popper along the Pacific coast ical Institute of Louisville Ky will bii at tho city and daughter Miss Laura came home CAPITAL HUTKIi ranklort between the hours Mrs John R Proctor Mrs Barret Dugan Pcveler Mr Harry L Of Ovid Musin what can bo said of 10 U0 n in mid 8 p m on Saturday from a trip to Chicago Mrs Scott and Miss Mary Mason world has not that all February 13th Mrs Hart wife of Hon R K Hart Scott went to New Orleans this week Duan of Carrollton was married thought the Violinists stand already Monday upon member of Fleming county is with The two last named ladies will go to Miss Eddie Pevoler of this city at royal grounds with their simple in Â¬ returning every four weeks InDH STOCKOALK of experience the largest hos thence to San Antonia Texas to the residence of her parents on strument and there is a trio of musi Â¬ lias had jenrscountry Isugraduate ofboveralof her husband at the Capital Hotel pitals In the collegt s and tus tor a nuiube of jeurn Bailey Mrs Bashaw wife of Hon John T visit Mrs Wednesday night by Rev H G cal artists Joachim Wilhelmi and the best eel utyot all chronic anil surgical dis made ui G P succesttilly and does Messrs 0 E Collins D D are Bashaw of Henry county is with Henderson Tho happy pair left tho Sarasate the Spaniard who Musinglad eases iselie tieats euro c in be guaranteed not take a as the c unlewsChronic Citairh Miming In Kars and D J Newman W G Weitzel 0 following day for to form a quartette with her husband at the Kenyon Hotel Acute and Â¬ their home in Car- tho fourth member Let these not lie ifness UNeasMif the Ko Kar Nose Throat and W H The Misses Westfoldt after a visit J Weitzel ofJtheFeohan I wore in rollton Y M Overman be compared for each has in him his Lungs Jlduey Urlnar and Mulder Troubles to their sister Mrs L P Tarlton Shelbyville Sunday instituting a traits Musin Hrlghts Disease Itlabetts Djpepsui Constipa - Harp County Clerk national and ancestral airiness and a tion mieuiimtism and Paialjsm Wilson returned home to North Carolina branch of their order in that city lias a brilliancy and Kpllepsy or Fits po dtlvely cured Monday Smith on Thursday issued a mar glitter that are his own Ho repre Â¬ Young or inidd e aued men suffering from Mr Robert L Greone Deputy riage license to Mr Frank Wilson to sented everything with Mb mar spermatorrhea iiupoioncv hrupuons nie results Miss Elizabeth Lowry of Coving- Â¬ enur- - or exci hses should ca before It Is too Clerk in the Court of Appeals on wed Miss Eliza Jane Harp velous bowing and delicious finger of ton after a visit to Miss Flossie account of the health of his wife haB wo guarantee u cme It case has not cone late ing as he caressed the loving front of too rnr French went to Midway Saturday to broken up housekeeping and with - Alexander G Mr R Vance his living violin and out from a mass visit friends his family taken rooms with Mrs Vance jr of Charleston West Vir Â¬ of music and sounds grow and rose BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES Mrs Gertrude Packard and daugh Â¬ Pilkington on the corner of Second ginia and Miss Flora Belle Alexander distinct and clear now swelling and Ah Syphlllls Scrofula Stricture ileet etc ter Miss Gertrude of Niagara Falls and Steele streets daughter of Hon Lewis Alexander swaying again falling liko tho cuied by never falling remedies New York are visiting Mrs George Liicorrhca Painful Disease of Sam B Holmes haB boon member of tho house from Owen cadence of summer breathings and Menstruation Women such us of Womb Bearing Mrs O Drano on Second street dying away into melodious silence Down Puli h In Displacement In short time critically ill at Her homo on Wapping Hack relieved Mrs Hallie Bailey of Carroll street For awhile her life was de- Â¬ county were married in tho Capital At times you wero overcome by his The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments power and and comes prepared to examine the most obscure countv daughter in law of Hon spaired of but it is gratifying to her Hotol parlor Wednesday evening A boldness brilliancy and medical and surgical cases He undertakes no Steve Bailey of the House is in the friendB now to learn that there has good many frionds of tho couple then ho embraced you with his sink Â¬ Incurable dlhcase but cured hundreds given up you caught your to die Consultation free und eonhdentluf ing strains till been a slight improvement in her city this week visiting friends Â¬ condition to warrant the hope that were present to witness tho cere- breath and sighed Chicago Tribune Address Mr and Mrs J M Todd Mrs MW mony which waB performed by Rov may yet bo restored to health At tho Opera Houuo Friday oven- Woodson Messrs junie uouu ana she W 0 Taylor or tho Baptist Onuroh ing February 17th PL D Ornik Jaokson attended the Todd Tho many friends In this city of On account of the recent death of Rosa wedding in Lexington Wednes- Â¬ Mr James Stone Assistant Clerk of LOUISVILLE KY day the House will bo painod to learn of tho brides sister thoro were no Children Cry for Pitchers Qastorla Mrs James W Tate visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Thomas B Newman and wife are home from Chicago Miss Maggie Rogers is very ill at her home on the South Side Mr P Fall Taylor of Atlanta Ga is visiting his mother in this city Hon Zack Phelps of Louisville was here Wednesday attending the courts Ex State Treasurer Steve G Sharp of Lexington was in the city Wed- Â¬ Reed Rocker 298 m5o SON OakSideboard R ROGERS Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ee m I mm iHBHi Â¬ Â¬ IK NflH 1 Â¬ Â¬ DRSTOGKDALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I BJ SMILE hmjiMki MasMM IJUk aL ymjyy ik iiMnTh VttiJgBBMwBliWiMtiHBWMMMirwi V diTHHBWffwTirfrtWwwwftlfr MiiiiiitftiiirM WMaMWMWW O It ORUTCHER President J W ORUTCHER Secretary Salesrooom Opposite Couit HcuGe WITH THE BIGGEST Line of Kino Vehicles ever shown in Frankfort We have We JfxFG FINE Buggies Surreys Carts FINISHES Traps and Free Delivery first-clas-s jcttctvLy factory at ZE3Iead Bioa dway A QUERY FOB THE PEOPLE l thus saving the Dealers profits as we manufac- Â¬ Also a complete line ture and sell direct to the consumers of Farming Implements including Oliver Chilled Plows and Come and see us and we will save you money on every purchase you make Steel and Hillside Plows of all kinds Buck board for Thirty five Dollars and other vehicles less than any house in the South We sell a prices laps G L Ready for our customers and you can buy them at Factory HWSBVW Choice Home grown Clover Seed for Sale of BUGGY AID HARNESS CO IT Have Political Disappointments Unsettled the Governors Mind was defeated for the nomination in Lyon coun- Â¬ Dembcratic ty during his canvass for Governor and has not allowed an opportunity to pass since his induction into ollice to annoy and attempt to defame the Mason Ford Company the lessees of the two penitentiaries in the State whom he held responsible for his failure to secure Lyon county It is known that he even stated to friends before the inauguration that he would get even with the Mason Ford Company In fact the Go- Â¬ vernors whole conduct since he came to Frankfort in assailing the charac- Â¬ ter of men who have long enjoyed the confidence of the people and in resorting to the use of certain subordinates to cast mean insinuations upon his colleagues in other State departments through toady correspondents of newspapers which are known to be in an alliance for their mutual interests is a matter of such grave importance as to cause his friends to wonder whether there was ever any thing in the man to admire or respect or whether the venom of a disappointed ambition to reach the Unitod States Senate is not at last unsettling his reuson and making him an object of pity and nob reproach When compared with his eminent predecessors Governors Knott and Buckner who were real statesmen of too large a mold of mind to find nourishment for their souls in the rankling prejudices that obtain luxu- Â¬ riant growth in men of smaller cali- Â¬ ber his administration of the public affairs to say the least has certainly been quite peculiar Gov Brown Â¬ Â¬ gable condition clearing the channel and banks of obstructions and the commencement of a lock Amount expended up to June 30th 1891 119618341 amount expended up to June 30th 1892 14783443 bal iance available July 1st 1892 1854 13 amount appropriated July 13th 1 1892 16000000 appropriation 49750000 extimate required for com- Â¬ 152400000 pletion of project amount that can be profitably ex- Â¬ pended for Kentucky river in fiscal year ending June 30th 1894 50000000 The following table published in the old Yeoman several years ago shows the commerce of the Kentucky river from Frankfort to its mouth for a period of eight months during which time there was a suspension of 76 days on account of repairs construc- Â¬ tion and ice The exhibit speaks for G L HANNEN P O SOWER HANNEN -- CO DEALERS IN Oils Paints Harness Saddles yon want n WHEN PLOW thnt will never make yon nngry and always keep yon glad that you bought it jnst come in and get you an c Sash Doors Glass ZFrstrOsfbxt IKZy 323 rBrosLdway - Â¬ THE KENTUCKY RIVER Extracts on the River Improve- Â¬ ment From the Report of Mr D Meade Woodson to tho Executive Committee of the River Organiza Â¬ tion the Kentucky river that tho project was adopted in 1880 and calls for necessary repairs to tho five looks and dams and tho extension of slack- water navigation by the construction of additional looks and dams to Beattyvillo a distance of 261 miles from the mouth of tho river Up to tho close of tho fiscal year ending June ftOth 1891 119018341 had been expended resulting in re Â¬ storing the looks and dams to a navi Executive Committee of the River Im 2rovcmcnt Organization of Kentucky Gentlemen I bog leave to report as follows to wit From the annual report of Chief of Engineers to tho Secretary of War I find relative to Mr D Meade Woodson having been appointed a committee to collect data statistics and other infor- Â¬ mation bearing upon the subject of the improvement of the navigation of the rivers of Kentucky by the General Government submitted his report to the Executive Committee of the River Organization Thursday It is a strong document full of such interesting figures and information relative to this important matter that is regretted space cannot be found in the Roundabout to publish the entire report Extracts however touching upon tho Kentucky river only have beon carefully selected They are follows To Attorney General Hendrick Grant Green E II Taylor jr Joseph Iiob- inson W II Murray Judge B G Williams and D Meode Woodson Â¬ j I J merchandise 3291 OLIVER CHILLED Miscellaneous tons iron 7705 tons salt 500 bar rels flour 279 barrels whisky 9 SOLD BY 975 barrels lime 105 barrels to- Â¬ bacco 2277 hogsheads shingles 662 000 grain 88921 sacks stock 1341 head hay 5795 bales wood 2065 6 L HANNEN cords stoves 939000 apples 1700 bushels coal 241550 bushels lumber b m 1051755 feet railroad ties 100 C0 000 cedar posts 5000 junk 1000 barrels saw logs sold at Frankfort Jitn7 3m 30000 saw logs sold between Prank fort and Beattyville est 30000 building stone 13500 cubic yards entermagnitude timber 53600 feet Estimated value with the which the of such an Kenprise in citizens of 1894000 interest All For the year 1892 tho Commissioner tucky have a common empty into the Revenue reports the aggre Â¬ of Kentuckys rivers the father of of Internal into gate coilection of internal revenue Ohio thence into the Gulf of Mexiwaters thence for Kentucky to be 2181385161 The only State in excess of this is co thus forming the great commerartery that will Illinois which is 3679533824 The cial most stupendous connect with enterprise of is the State of New York that next lower modern times the achievement of with 1767097882 thus showingKen of tucky in 1892 to be second on the which will be the crowning gloryconengineering science viz the list in the Union of the Nicaraugua Canal The total aggregate receipts of rev struction United States Government That the nue paid into the United States Treas will control and carry it to a success ury by the State of Kentuckv from ful end there can be no doubt and 1802 to 1880 10868524541 and from with our rivers improved to fullness 1880 to 1893 19093824183 grand of that great total from 1862 to 1893 29962348724 with the completion blaze only as canal Kentucky will collections in the Seventh Internal the star of wealth among wealthy Revenue District of Kentucky from States 1863 to June 30 1892 were 39884 Kentucky cannot remain People 85621 average annual collections for blind to of the erroneous advantages the Seventh District for same period that will naturally arise to their coal 30 years were 1 32949520 iron and lumber trade upon the The Superintendent of tho Cham- completion of the system of locks ber of Commerce of Baltimore in his and dams lor which we are now information furnishedtotho Secreta- clamoring and that great under Â¬ ry of the Interior says The won- Â¬ taking which will unite the mighty derful prosperity of Pittsburgh as a waters of the East with those of the manufacturing centre is chiefly due West Under date January 18th 1893 to its possession of a vast vein of Washington City the Sundry Civil bituminous coal and the same au- Appropriation Bill carried with thority says that Pittsburgh in 1881 it among other numerous large sums shipped to Louisville 61519 tons of for other points for rivers and har- Â¬ coal and in 1882 1500000 tons In bors an appropriation of 2500 1880 and 1881 she shipped to Cincin Â¬ 00000 for continuing the improvenati 23202084 bushels or 881092 tons ment of tho St Marys river in Each succeeding year up to date she the of Michigan This State has largely increased the annual implies of course that Congress shipment to Louisville Cincinnati has heretofore appropriated large These figures are sums to advance the internal im- Â¬ and St Louis given to show that Pittsburgh is en- Â¬ provements of that State and now joying what belongs to Louisville for illustration take the State of that Pennsylvenia is reaping golden Michigan and compare its revenue harvests while Kentucky with lar Â¬ paid into the United States Treasury ger and better coal fields is not only with that of Kentucky for a correslosing what nature intended as hers ponding period Hero it is Kentucky but is annually paying tribute to the in 30years has paid according to tho Keystone State to the tune of many report of the Commissioner of Inter- Â¬ millions and this for the very article nal Revenue tho vast sum of nearly that we propose to reach and develop three hundred millions of dollars and by our river improvements Michigan in the same length of timo Kentucky is tho richest State nat both up to tho present date about urally in the Union She has the best fifty nine millions These figures are stern stubborn cannol coaljin tho world and miles of it Her coaking coal is really bettor and incontrovertablo facts and de Â¬ than the famous coking coal of the mand of the people of Kentucky thut Oonnollsville region of Pennsylvania deep consideration such as will in Â¬ She has iron ore fire and potting sure concert of action on the pare of clays lithographio stones marbles their Representatives in Congress to see that speedy justice is meted out and limestones in abundance Tho Kentucky and Licking rivers on the part of Oongress by appropri Â¬ with their tributaries penetrate tho ating sufiioient sums to complete all heart of Kentuckys burried riches tho projects without unnecessary do The cannol cut by the Kentucky river lay With such an array of facts wo through tho march of timo is can not ooncoivo how Congress could now presented to civilized man take no notice But it seems that as one of tho most perfect nothing short of unitod efforts and natural canals in the world Hero stern persistent demands on tho part nature has chiseled and hewn tho of her Representatives for the justicerough undressed way to field of un due her will ovor accomplish tho remoasureablo wealth and shall not we suits needed lor Kentucky Inadequate and seemingly unjust now point with prophetic finger to the timo in tho near future when art appropriations havo been toe prime Â¬ shall have accompliahed tho rest cause of the failure to develop her re Â¬ providing the way to facilitate trans sources years ago and it now be portation by the immediate con Â¬ hooves Kentuqky to protest in unmis struction of the necessary number of taken thundertones agaiiiBt any fur Â¬ looks and dams thereby securing ther delay on tho part of her Repre reciprocal trade and the establish sentatives to leave no stono unturned ment of a commerce commensurate to advance her interests in a just and Â¬ Â¬ itself W Pure c McKEE HARD9E Successor to W II Hall Â¬ Â¬ Drugs C and Chemicals Â¬ Patent Medicines Sundries Toilet Articles Combs Brushes Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded L GAYLE who is thoroughly Â¬ at all hours by competent and reliable 206 St Clair Street I Jun 21 ly FR AXTKFOIRT Sails Old 32 Stand Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT -- CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO- - 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hntel short time BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Â¬ Â¬ reasonable measure In tho majesty of her sovereign power Kentucky ought now to turn to her servants in Congress to do her bidding with speedy and faultless hand In all this I am satisfied I voice the sentiment of the people of Kentucky A gentleman in Union county Mo who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in tho newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham Â¬ berlains Pain Balm after trying Dr Hales Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink which posi- Â¬ tively cures dyspepsia liver com- Â¬ plaints and all kidney diseases Ono dose a day taken at bed time does the business 25 and 50 cts per package Get it to day at P II Cakpenteus drug store Penitentiary Loss -- Tho hospital at the ponitentiary at Eddyvllle waB destroyed by fire Monday night Tho loss was about 8000 and covered by Insurance Â¬ other medicines and treatments for thirteen years 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Druggist 22 1 m Lost Knight of Pythias Pin Alpha Lodge No 9 Louisville tuoky Koturn to Dr S E James and receive reward Shilolis Cure tho Great Cough and Croup Cure is for salo by us Pocket size contains twenty five doses only 25c Children love it 21 Administrators Notice PKItSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES Indebted to be estatof Tl I Lewis Ie censed lire herebv notified to come forward nnd settle tit once unit nil those buvliiK claims HRalnst the estate of sulci decedent nre requested to pre Â¬ sent the same properly nrnven to me for settle Â¬ ment 84M LEWIS el IMm Admr R D LEWIS Fo l rjAaria Liver Â¬ Â¬ MilVS IRON BITTERS Indige st ion us o Trou- - A ALL r ti MsrnraiftijaiwjimiiFwwvCTifflBj CHIEF JUSTICE BENNETT conversntlon by 1 KooentJv FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT n question wan BjEjjMSKLwiliGtjfcVAi ibJrlvjj Vj jJl ifcjfc yL fofyttBBKZjFIBtwiVABn JSnitSKv t SS8S32S33SES33EKB grout of gentlemen Fathor Obliged to he lincl An UnhappyT111t1 nsked of one gontlcmnn if Entered nt the pot o11cp lit JY mkrort Kontnck lift AnYM tw a uwaain ArvniMnf illO TnimrifVR n Tnfnmn K Juxiini TTi as se oniN lass in illttbl mutter Unfortunate Son works and when he replied in the GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub negative ho was again ask d n He On Wednesday tho Courier Journal had read any of Kudyard Kiplings contained the following startling FIUNKFOHT FEB M I8t and the second negative was the oc notice to the ptiolic casion for great surpri te and com- CAS DKNNKTT Tit INSAMK One Corner Chat ment by tho rest of the group To tiu Public My unfortunate Im surprised be non Caswell Bennett Jr is insnme gentleman said A cntlemuu who was evidently in cause i tfougut you a wen ruuu Ills mania just now consists in the a very despondent mood uie otner man for Bnfants and ChildrenYou enjoy fact of giving ohocks indiscriminateAnother said lv upon banks without any funds day said It seems to me that lifo is tho reoutution of ti reader it seems therein or any prospects of anv to CastoriaLssowellodaptcdtocklldrenthat I CiMtorlacnrcaColIo ConsUpatlon but a furoe and yet wo make daily without reading anything perhaps meet them and of signing my name Dtarrhcra I recommend 9Hr struggles against great odds to main- but newspapers and aimniuicil ohf8Bu or notus without my known to mo ItivaBupcriortoanj preecription Kills Stomach gives sleep Eructation dl Worms and promotes II A Archer M D 01 pcstlon lu For example tako This nettled tho gentleman who had iiuhiuiiij onlywi his euiKiiiiion tain the farce Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y diamind has been my life I have no great responsibili Â¬ leei questioned and ne said in ins covered by me and his recentlv Ho friends For several years I havo recommended ties to worry me have neither wlfn defense Tho two of Castoria Is so universal and lMy life will be brief and has been moving from place to place its merlta so well known that ft seems a work your Castoria and shall always continue to consequence of which I have been nor children no debts to burden me m V opportunities for reading very of supererogation to mdorso it Few are tho do so as it has invariably produced beneficial mmle to mVe ini arrested and results intelligent families who do not keep Castoria and sufllcient moans with proper nited and realizing this dont you T nP i11110 lliov n within easy reach Edwin F Pahdeb M D economy to keep me without further think it wise in me not to devote the not nor will I pay any indebtedness Carlos Maiityn DD Tho Winthrop l5th Street and 7th Ave New York City labor for a good many years and best part of it to reading many contracted by mm New York Clty Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Beformod Church C Bennett still I cant see any good reason why things that perish within a few years Frankfort Ky Feb G 1893 I should continue this dull weary for want of power to keep them Trra CsjrrAtm Coupamv 77 Muniuv Street New York Though the reckless habits of I see the same alive in the world of letters Doubt- round of oxistance people nearly every day of my iife les3 T CUJ t11 you of mucn more iu Judge Bennetts son as advertised in and if I should chance to meet one day in history biography poetry his card have been a matter of pub strangers they are no more interest- Â¬ and general literature that has en lie talk here for some time they Feb 13 ly ing to me after the first moments of dured the test of time and criticism were not made tho subject of news Â¬ conversation than my friends whoso than you have read in your whole life paper comment for the reason that every thought almost I can easily The authors 0 the present day are every one especially every father I eat my meals per- not to be compared to those whoso felt a deep sympathy for the Judge outrun form my daily labor and occasion- Â¬ works are now recognized as stand- Â¬ who it was known for several years Â¬ ally call on my lady friends in the ard and wlien it eomes to a choice back Had borne his cross in silence evening or stay at home and read between what you know to be good promptly paying the forged drafts my favorite authors and then retire and what a morbid appetite in these upon him and offering every induce- Â¬ to a sound and refreshine sleep phys- Â¬ days for something new and startling ment that a fond parent could think Cad as ically but the old feeling of mental might chance to cause to be pro- Â¬ of to redeem his erring boy weariness at everything returns as duced as good I dont think a man he was familiarly called was a genial I of sense ought to hesitate Maga Â¬ companion and moved in the best I have dispatched my breakfast If not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to ex- Â¬ to find an inspira- Â¬ zines periodicals and neariy all of society but he never knew the value have endeavored amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli- Â¬ tion in life in tho country in the the works of literature that are now of a dollar He held for some years large cities of the East at the sea pouring from the press will do to until recently the position of tipstaff cy offered Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and side resorts in the theatre in bookf while away an idle half hour of the Superior Court which paid him three dollars a day or about get a statement of what it will cost in nearly everything that I could but when it comesNio real reading to W A McNEELY Genl Agent think of or my friends could suggest something substantial for the mind ninety dollars a month for ten MALCOLM FRANKLIN Â¬ Lexington Ky but I carry the same feeling of in- to find its proper nourishment this months in the year and his positive Special Agent J R Williams Local Agt difference and retain it even in tho generation is abundantly supplied in waste of money continually kept midst of the greatest excitement and whole libraries of standard authors him in debt and still drawiner as Frankfort Ky Nov 26 3m attractions of New York Boston and who have left nothing unsaid or to much money from his father as his In my earlier be desired out of which the later position paid him The utter disre- Â¬ Washington City days I flattered myself it was the authors could produce enough to gard of repeated threats and tho proper thing to appear blase that it satisfy the mental hunger for even dangers of the law and also splendid Co opportunities offered for his advancewas common to display an interest one year ment can be accounted for in no and enthusiasm in anything I had other way than a mental unbalance general- Â¬ often heard that people will The First Law of Nature ly take a man at his estimate and I Thl self preservation Is acknowledged to of which as a Last resort it was thought it best to begin with the be und people who adopt against the en necessary for the unhappy father to idea that I knew all that was worth croaches of tllsetise ti genuine medlcnnl safe- forewarn the public experience und the sanc I fear now that what I guard ot aecieillted byuflorda happy Illustration knowing physicians tion Beware of Ointments for Catarrh affected at first has actually taken of the wisdom of the stylus In the health That Contains Mercury place and that my mind has gathered the restore und continue to enjoy Amouc to itself all that its powers will ena- Â¬ maladies against the growth of which Hos As mercury will surely destroy GfiLL SEE AND 6 0 GET Bitters FRIGES ble it to contain or accomplish and tetters Stomach of the allords efficient pro the sense of smell and comkidneys and bluilder pletely derange the whole system tection diseases that it is actually dying while my are fraught with the utmost peril and exhibit when entering it through the mucous body relieved of the enormous drain great obstlnancy when opposed by ordinary surfaces Such articles should never The Bitters and will to keep the brain in its full vigor is means No testimony can stronger mansubdue be used except on prescriptions from MANHOOD RESTORED is l8ANATIVO tho W experiencing increased health and them at the outlet and persistently the this reputable physicians as the damage CHINN Ubed best Wonderful Simnlhli Tills im dlclne also they will do is ten fold to the good results may be ixpected Jtomcay is eoiu with a Activity eradicates liver compla nt constipation dys you can possibly derive from them Writton Cuorantoo V pepM malaria rheum ttlsm and ervousness to euro all Mci vous Dis Halls Catarrh Ouremanufacturedby eases such as Weak Memory I am of Brnln F J Cheney Co Toledo O con- Â¬ LADIES Power Headache Hardly ten minutes had passed rccdlnj a tonic or children who want build- tains no mercury and is taken in- Â¬ Wakefulness Lost Mm ItiK up should take Will practice in all State Courts Of-hood Kcrvousnej Las when I stopped to talk to another gen- Â¬ ternally and acts directly upon the BROWNS IKON BITTERS fice second floor Custom House blood and mucous surfaces of the Before After Use situdeof all chains and power of tlia loss tleman on my way home who carried It is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion CcncnUlvo Orpins In Photographed from life system In buying Halls Catarrh by two bundles under his arm and had Biliousness Liver Complaints und Neuralgia cither sex Cure be sure you get the genuine It over exertion youthful Indiscretions or the excessive his pockets sticking out as if they uhlth The Law in Force is taken internally and made in asooftotobuicoojiluii or stlirulaiHs Infinityultimately lend Infirmity Uiiumitlnn mid Im up were stuffed full of something After Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Inconvenient form 10 enrrv In the vest nckct Trice fj3 order we cl e a ti for S5 a laiknKf or With evciy our usual greetings were over he Hunters are warned that the game ZiSySold by Druggist price 76 per written suarantoo to euro or roftind tho money Heia ly mnil to anv address Ciirnlnr free 4 my questions Yes law went into effect on the first of bottle said in reply to In plain envelope Mention this piei Addicss MADRID CHEMICAL CO Branch Olllce for U S A I have just returned from Louisville this month and that they will be BROWNS IRON BITTERS 353 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL iuiat and have brought back a small re prosecuted for killing partridges be- Â¬ FOR SALE IN FRANKIORT KY UY Dyspepsia n membrance for everyone of my fami tween now and the twentieth of --r l fi CARPENTER Druggist f ly I couldnt think of going into October M JEV ai B Ki U W IW9 U Ju the house without anything and to Slides Conference in the Interests of August 13 ly Kings Royal Germateur see their eyes sparkle with delight Work for Young- Men Pre eminently tho medicine of the on my entrance amply repays me MHMkjU4IJ VkMJJtlSlK tUyir VtWMMtf for the outlay and trouble of carry- Â¬ century Its phenominal success as A local conference under the WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Ails LIRE rnrt CHTVAiN CI HE and favorite people I pity men who a seller acknowledgedwith the of tho auspices of the State Executive Coming the bundles Icnown for f3 yor hj miie ErSV is the wonder have nothing to live for no aim in medicine world REMEDY ICli t UEfJ Based upon the mittee of tho Kentucky Young Mens HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR ST 10ns PfprtJ i IllCJUKIliUN r ini H no family to provide for and Germ theory of Diseases it is unique Christian Association will he held in life and Â¬ make happy Why my mind is con modern and at once populai com- this city this evening and to morrow BEST lEUNITH WEB PUBLISHED necessary house mending itself tinuallj running on those dependent hold remedy asItaadvertises best by This evening at 7 oclock there will ONLY SI 00 A YEAR G on me for pupporb and pleasure and its use Specific for all Catarrhal be a conference of Christian young 1 k i orvo rt it is an inspiration to plan something uiseases a ionic aim xjioou men to consider tho methods ofiWAWlA nest Coiiilonsed New Hest Stories to surprise thorn into smiles of glad TIKC Hunt Mscolldtiy most reliable rrerm destrover in ex- - M 0IJ 0I tlie Young Mens Christian Womens ness I believe if I were thrown on istance and to the extent that the Association in the Christian Church Department Has me Rest Children-to lage Ueit an island with rny family like the germ theory is correct Kings Royal To morrow afternoon at 3 oclock Correspondents Best Answer Doparttnent Germeteur is the remedy It is no tnere wiU be a Men3 M 8 Meeting family in Swiss Family Robinson pi fly B3t Kdltorlitls is the result of Is I I would still find in everything about accident but of medical genius fifteen n the First Presbyterian Church It ghes away a valuable premium every day for years study For the me cause for gratitude and joy I sale by Chapman Williams on to morrow evening at 7 largest club received 10 ami JUll t oclock Weekly Courler loiirnal think the secret of being happy is in there will be a Public Union Sample copies of the any will be sent tree to udilross Write to constant application to congenial Excursion Rates on the Midland Meeting to which everybody is 111- Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky 334 MAIN STREET tasks Idleness is a mental as well vitod in the Baptist Church We never i eoruary utn to mn tne Kentucky as nhvsicul destrover These meet ncra will bn nrM inRnri THE FRANKFORT KY grow weary while engaged in work Mid and Alfilintmi nnfl J- Oilonnu by Dr J A Stucky of Lexington Afnhilp BOTCJKTDABOXJT General Secretary in which we actually find a pleasure Louisiann and return at one fare for Mr- - w- F- BRSTINQIUUTT BOSTINQUAHTITT Of course overyone is not happily the round trip limited to return of tho Lexington Young Mens AM THH suited to his occupation but he can March 7th account of Mnrcll Gras Christian Association Mr Ceo H WEEKLY JOUJtlEH JOUItNAL of Louisville and State will be sent one year to any nddrens lor SI 90 at least if the father of a family make his occupation secondary to to Winchester account of Y M C A Secretary H E Rosevear Addt ess JKO A LEWIS - rsriL- one great ond of lift that of finding Convention runltlurt Ky C DUjjrcaw his happiness in the happiness of GP A SfersASujMfcfi CREAM others by tho use of the money earn Â¬ ft A Good Small ed in his occupation We all know Dr Halos Household Ointmont AT that monoy cannot make happiness In tho ilnest remedy in the world COMMiSSIONERS SALE or bring back to age the elastic spring cures of health joy and enthusiasm of it absolutely cures catarrh It Cures YEARS FOR Neuralgia and Rheumatism DY VIMTK OF THE JrWJMKNT OK THE Like man himself in his Piles liice magic Cures Salt Rheum youth L Iianltlln Circuit Jmirt in me case ot Hen Has lod all Worm Remedies MiuhIi ill HKalnst Katu Hinlti Xc I will sell to brief journey on earth it has no high in the most soothing manner Cures EVERT BOTTLE GUARANTEED tne ninesr ami oest niuner m er use for him than in the devotion Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids SOLD EVERYWPIERE Cures Can bo freparedlir KlUHAHPSOS TAtLOKMEU CO BTlOnW to tho happiness of others and it is taken Coughs and Colds At the court houHo door In the city of Frankfort internally A positive specific lUfbQrORACalTWIU NOT Ky on credit of twelve months the larin CURETa for this reason if no other in my for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns known us tho Initios T Kyfoert farm situated An wm Paldo Laxutl vo und NtillVE TONIC opinion the institution of marriage Chilblains Sores of long standing Sold ly TJniflritotBor sent by near the Kentucky river it short distance lujow ITtrAKrTPT MANEU In each city mull SScCOo FrauUfort Kenltrky und coutalulut about ir W xlll kXliXt town and countiy place to Corns and Bunions are cured quickly and SlUU pcr puokaijo Smnplcs frco should commend itself to bachelors show samples of Shoes Clothing Dress iooils acres Tlie iuace is well iiaproveii different from all elso Tlio Favorite TOOTE TOWDfiB Tho purchaser will be leipilred 0 kIvo bond Watphm Jewelry Sllverwiri and havo price who have neither inspiration nor di Â¬ else it has no equal 25 superior Lo sill Man or Lady can make 3ft IX fcrthoTeetL ttndUreatuJ5c with approved security bearing 0 per cent Inter lUts dlstrJbutd and 50c boxes to SIOCO per day Kend stamp for ipilck answer rection for the energies of their Large size choapeet Sold at Carpen Â¬ For sale by V MclCee Hardie est from day ot sale to RKiCS V CO Louisville Ky W II POSEY 1 1 - Ji JIJ1J1U UI1U UUUltH 8 Jun 21 3IU ters drug store Muster Commissioner Jan 23 ly in n AtJ IA i1 4 i I j Â¬ j - j Â¬ E -- 1 in J Â¬ Â¬ Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society Â¬ Â¬ Franttt Furniture iflanufaGiuh - i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have opened Sale Booms on Ann Street near Christian Church MA n M Â¬ Â¬ ID J k H JR fc 1 Â¬ Â¬ raps rnP ra BUCKEYElli Â¬ Â¬ digestior Debility - cures Soutli iiiiwn I Â¬ 5 MA TEEN Â¬ j I - KHkifi lira 1EF - - D1 onnrtTi2t02ththeyirinoi n WORMS WtitTES 20 jfcftRtfs JTfn ULUBfiELfliil Farm VERMIFUGE 1 11 Â¬ 1 1 1 1 I Jiui-l-- at I bacco on which ho had lost consider Â¬ FRANKFORT FED 11 18 able money left home on Wednes day morning of last week telling his wife ho was going to Louisville and N TIME TABLE L Ho would return Thursday night started to walk to tho station but The following tit no table- ia now in getting out of sight of the house effect upon the L fc N road mado a circuit of nearly a mile com ing back homo in an opposite di tiiains north left in rection n No 23 lonveriFrnnkfort rf0 u w entered to tho onenear which ho probis house the barn m No 17 lonvus Frankfort a check line and hung himself TtiO p in cured No 21 leaver Iranktort to tho toj of a door Whon found p m his i No 19 tonvoB Frankfort knees were resting upon the door sill and his hat lying on some T11AINHEA8T Â¬ 10L am plank close by He left no explana Frankfort NolSlenvoB m tion of why lie committed tho rash p l No 20 loaves Frankfort 540 p m act and it is supposed that brooding Mo 24 nrrivuBFrnnktort p ru over his heavy losses unsettled his No 22 leaves Frankfort Ho was a good citizen and Nop 28 17 and 21 connent at Lngrange mind He leaves a wife Nos 2ft and 21 connect kind neighbor for Cincinnati and five children to mourn his sad at Anchorage for Blonmiitild Branch His sad death has over Â¬ fate V V ATjEXANDKII shadowed tho community with Agent gloom Tho family have the oympa of all by whom they are surrounded Â¬ Mr who was tobacco agent FRANKFORT ltOUNMBOUT and Cookspeculated alargely in tohad Â¬ OR i UF CINCINNWT IO will he at the in III KELLEY Kentucky Central Hailwav BLUB GRASS ROUTE Short estand Quickest ruut err otii V TO ALL POINTS - Â¬ ijxioton ky Saturday Fob 25th 1093 llfcMCRHHOIDS tr Â¬ operation 1 aid ultu fPilen cured without ruirglcn little or no pain Ky toi t Ky 8r tho metliod and reuilts when Syrup of Figs i3 Liken it a pleasant and r freshing to the taste ami nets gently yet promptly on tlic Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanes the sys- ljth Â¬ tem effectually dNpels colds liend w at t mvumi W iAa aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the Moores constipation Poultry Remedy only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac THE ceptable to the stomach prompt in TS marketOLDEST IOUTIIY RSMEDV ON THE Pottively prevents and cures 1 its action and truly beneficial in its AND GAPES effects prepared only from the most CHOLERA Â¬ agreeable substances its More then pays for Its use In the extra produc healthy and tlnn of many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most r popular remedy known Jet a trial box Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c Prom the regular monthly compari- often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a severe and 1 bottles by all leading drug- CHAPMAN son of the books in the Auditors and cold WILLIAMS Northioc8tcrn Hotel Reporter gists Any reliable druggist who Treasurers offices the following Des Moines Iowa 25 and 50 cent may not have it on hand will proDRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION statement of the condition of each bottles for sale by J W Gayle cure it promptly for any one who 22 lm Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS close of business Jan- Â¬ Druggist fund at the wishes to try it Do not accept any AND SUNDRIES uary 31st is taken viz substitute Close Observer The senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds A Statement of Its Condition at for some years which was sure to End of Last Month lay him up if not doctored at once He finds that Chamberlains uough There is over half a million dollars Remedy is reliable It opens the in the State treasury yet and that secretion relieves the lungs stnd retoo in the face of an expenditure last stores tho system to a healthy condias the If freely used as month of almost 700000 for the tion has been contracted soon before and cold sinking fund schools and the ordi- it has become settled in the system nary expenses of the government it greatly lessons the attack and THE STATE TREASURY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Scott Frank Dr K M inner Fraiikfot Ky J T Staten Finnkfort Ky V Ilcrberluli Friiiutfoit ij Rev L p llulett Benson Ky A II McClure l raiiKfott Kj 1 A liiitie FnnKfort ay David Moore Benson Ky Ins M Wlthrnv Frankfort Ky DR KKLLEYV fine and rcsldenc Is at 25U Wt Eighth streeMMiicIiiuutl and where ho nia be found every dnv each week except S ATU R DAYS riiiritlileN describing their dls iifft ot treatment sent fre to anyone and the mode V I KKLLKY M 1 by nuilresliig 25J W Klglit St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE A a ItKElillKNCKS W MoKee Hurdle Frankfort iim HST 1ST SKI SOUTHWEST FAST LIN KUETWEKN LEXINGTON SCaEDLLE AND CINCINNATI lBTUlMl IN EFFECT NOV South Iounu trail Express ldstiliie Ex bun i I J a1 f01 Exsuni o5 No 3 Accom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m SOSi SALE SZ n Arr Richmoid Richmond Le Berea Le ArrLivuigston Lve Livingston Lve London Arr Corbin Ivh torhlti Lve BiirbTvlllo Lve Plueville olOiim tfutlinni i65uu uis fAVItlll h usiiii iHBiiin Uiuiiui 4 3opni liHbum y faupiu 6 btjpiu Arr Paris lUSuui limpm U 10pm Lexington lJ lUnii 11 UUpru i uupnr ClOpiii Lve liris 1125uiu bGUptu Arr Winchester lUlOun Lvo Winchester VI Winn 7 05pm -J LvttJiriclnuutt Lve Covington raiiiioutii Cy miliaria iriiii 1 J IdSptu t ojpni 305pm U Kouni SUOpiin j 4 I lupin 15pm ArrCuinbriiip Lve Middles bh 1 5Uinn COOpm 5 Ojpni 6 41pm 7 7 Jopnil 55illll Â¬ Lve Corbin Lve WllliiiWg Arr Jelllco 4 50pm 5 15pm ti 20 pm SINKING FUND 31 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR KET Balance Dec Receipts Jan 16157531 1796440 17953971 7435790 CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO NY Anrll 9 ly Lve Richmond 150pm Lve Lnncuiter 4 45pm o20pm Arr Stanford No 2 DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE Kf NEW YORK Woodford County Farm North Bound Ex January RELIABLEMEN TOSOLICIT Sales on our market for the week WANTED tor fruit ornnmentul nursery justclosed amountto4565hhds with stock varieties adaptedunit the South stock warto 10518181 receipts for the same period of 3461 ranted true to name liberal tonus to loal agents Bal in Sink Fund Feb 1 employment those and hhds Sales on our market since Jan- work permanentFor pirtlculurs touldress who can G SCHOOL FUND uary 1st amount to 16610 hhds Sales Chase steady 1430 So Penn Sq Phlla PaIt it Co Dec 31 24471118 Balance of the crop of 1892 on our market to 6t 32802258 Receipts Jan date 25510 hhds Our market the past week has 57363376 been characterized by large receipts GhBsapeake Ohio Ry and sales with a sight irregularity on 37873313 Ex January off colored grades but the common Â¬ FOR SALE IF not sold before that date at private sale I sile on the premises at 12 oclock February 18 the farm or I O Newbold deceased containing eighty acres three roods and twenty four square poles It Is situated on the Vfrsullles and Frankfort pike rive and one halt miles from Frankfort and one and one quarter miles from Jett station on L V N railroad will oiler ut publics lExpress EtSun1 nllr4 03am No C Dully Ex Sun Â¬ Lve Stanford Lancasteri Arr Richmond Lve Jelllco Lve 7 7 00diu 10 15iin Arr Cortdrr Wllllusbg Bal in School Fund Feb 1 19490063 GENERAL EXPENDITURE FUND Balance Dec Receipts Jan 31 58547773 17432649 75980422 have been satis Jrices in the main There is no other to sellers change to note in the market The following quotations fairly represent our market for new burley tobacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 3 50 tobacco Common Colory trash 5 50 Medium to good colory 5 50 8 00 Â¬ Â¬ p h r 8 00 Common lugs not colory 7 00 10 00 8 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 12 00 10 00 lugs 48260734 Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 24363212 Ex January 16 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf 20 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf Bal in Gen Ex Fund Select or wrappery 25 00 20 00 23887522 tobacco Feb 1 It is because persons who once try Bal in all funds in Treas Dr Bulls Cough Syrup always buy 53895766 it again that its sales have become Feb 1 so enormous The success of this great remedy in curing cold cough A Long Procession croup and sore throat is simply mar- Â¬ diseases start from a torpid liver velous of Dr Pierces and impure blood Golden Medical Discovery cures every one of them It prevents them Take it as you ought too when you feel the first symptoms languor loss of appetite dullness When Baby was sick wo gave her Castorla 11th depression and youll save yourself When she was a Child she cried for Castorla Banks Miss Ellen Jordon Charlie from something serious Miss she clung to Castorla Johnson Mrs Biggs James In building up needed flesh and When sho became strength and to purify and enrich When sho had Children she cave them Castorla Baker Mrs Mar- - Mary M garot Jackman Mrs the blood nothing can equal the Bussins Mrs Sal- - Sarah Discovery It invigorates the Miles Austin lie liver and kidneys promotes all the Crutcher Mrs A Muson Miss D W bodily functions and brings back McCoy Pleas E liealth and vigor For Dyspepsia Bucklens Arnica Salve Porter Capt Thos Liver Complaint Biliousness and The best salvo in the world for Engel Joe G all Scrofalous Skin and Scalp Di Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt f Furnish J A seases it is tho only remedy thats Rheum Fever Sores Totter Chapped Grugury Edward Stephans Mrs Ella J guaranteed to benefit or cure in Hands Chilblains Corns and all GwynnJ A every case or tho money is refund- Â¬ Skin Eruptions and positively cures Green Miss Maria Williams Charley B Willhoit Mrs Julia ed Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ Hart Alex Walton Miss Lizzie anteed to give satisfaction or money Hondron Mrs Wilson Miss No matter what refunded About Catarrh Price 25 cents per box Myrtle Amanda youve tried and found wanting you For sale by Phil Carpenter Homer Anio jan be cured with Dr Sages Catarrh 8 ly When calling for these letters say ad- The proprietors of this Remedy medicine agree to cure you or theyll vertised For Rent pay you 500 in cash J M Saffell The now two story frame dwelling Postmaster and 8 rooms beside attic house of Zilpah bath room on the north side of Second street between Shelby and j Good Looks property of Miss Main How beautiful the earth looks aftor Julia streets the For terms apply Good looks are more than skin Blakemore being hid so long by snow Sleigh Â¬ to deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ John B Lindsey ing has played and mud is the go dition of all the vital organs If the 18 tf Liver bo inactive you nave a uinous Help us to rejoice Scrabble is alive To tho Mardi Gras Look if your stomach bo disordered again J R Kendlo has opened a you have a Dyspeptic Look and it dry goods and grocery store at the N R R will sell round your kidneys bo afllicted you have a L old stand where he will be glad to The good see all who wish to buy goods trip tickets to Mobilo Ala New Pinched Look Secure looks health cood Scrabble can once more boast of a Orleans La Fob 5th to 12th at one niul von will have great altorativoElec store and post office as well as othor faro limited to return March 7th tric Bitters is the on these ital andorTonic acts directly attractions and scenery not found at account Mardi Gras gans Cures Pinptes Blotches Boils Logsdon II B all times and places Sold and trives a trood complexion Agent Moving and changing farms is on at Phil Carpenters Drug Store the list Among the number who Is Marriage a Failure have already moved are Willie and Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Others will follow V T Gordon Havo you been trying to got tho suit soon best out of existence without health Fon Salk ok Rent My dwelling Havo you been house on Ann street John Moore lost a horse in a pecu in your family liar manner Ho was going to hitch wearing out you life from tho effects J T Buckley tf to a wagon and leaving the horse of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Aro you sleoploss at beside the tongue started to tho Indigestion Milos Norvo and Livor Pills other side to hitch the othor one night Do you awako in the morning one started to run Ho fooling languid with coated tonguo when tho first Act on a now principle regulating wont aftor it when tho animal fell on and sallow haggard looks Dont do its head and broke its neck dying It A shout in tho camp tolls how tho liver stomach and bowols though Dr Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has the nerves A now discovery without a struggle you Trial Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness Amorica curod others It will euro size 50o at bad tasto torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ Misses Nettie Harrod and Largo package free Roberts of Honeysuckle wore tho Chapman tion Splendid for men womon and Williams Sunday guests of Miss Edna Moore childron Smallest mildest surest 46 Samples free ut 50 doses for 25 cents Henry Skolton and wife visited N Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla J W Gaylos Frankfort Ky 45 ly B Moore and family Sunday I Less amounts due and transferred to Sinking and School Funds 27729088 trash 8 00 10 00 7 47am ti 35ira Arr Corbin 9 25am LveCdiblu 9 5am Lve Loudon 10 Hum Arr Livingston 11 05am WASHING HEW YORK PHILADELPHIA Lve Livingston lllDiin Lve Berea 12 10nn TON BOSTON and all Eastern Cities Arr Richmond 1241pm Lve Richmond 6 05iim 12 upini Arr Winchester 6 55am 1 3pml Lvo Winchester 7 10am 1 55pm i Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE 7 45am Arr Paris 2 27pm i LEXINGTON and EASTERN Lve Lexington 7 OOani 2 00pm 3 45pm POINTS 7 53am 237pm 4 2fliim Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana 8 24am 3 07pm 4 48pm Time card In effect Nov 1st 1892 are n formidable trIoyt the weak Lve Falmouth 9 23am 4 01pm 530pm EAST BOUND person frequently has to meet all of Arr Covington 1054am 535pm 637 pm Lve Lexington fiem at once How can he overcome Arr Cincinnati 11 00am 545pm 6 45pm 7 10 a M Atlanta Exnress No 22 dally The answer Is with our Compound MluTind Accom No 2U dally ex Sun llrlOAM Oxtoen and ours onlv The count MAYSVILLE BRANCH 610 PM vestiDuieu Express nom uany leas demonstrations of 23 years war- Â¬ Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun525r m rant this reply Our treatment Is a vallablP for home No 10 No 13 WEST BOUND use neither need your occupation be Daily North bound Arr Lpxlngton The vnlu of these Interfered with Ex Sun Ex Sua si Lexington iccoinNo27dallyexSun755A features is obvious What about your 1240 pm Louisville Express No 21 dully explanutlonnnd proof Lve Cincinnati need Attookuf 2 55 pm Lexington Accom No 25dullyexSun4 15 r m Is yours to consider It asked for now Lve Covington 302 pm 610 pm Vestlbuled Express No 2d dally Lexington PALEN Drs STARKEY 7 00 a m 520pm Lve 15A Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars 7 55 ri m 615 pm Lve Paris Dec 24 ly Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York 8 18 am 638pm Arr Millersburg without change 8 40 a in 700pm Arr Carlisle No Bus transfers 9 34 am 754pm Arr Johnson C B RYAN II W FIIL LER Arr Maysville 1010am 830pm Asst Genl Pass Agt Genl Pass Agt No n No 9 Washington D C Cincinnati 0 Daily Daily South Hound Ex Sun Ex Sun PER ONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Maysville 5 20 a m 160pm Advertised Letters at Frankfort ALL etate or John V Piyne deceased are Lve Johnson 6 57 a m 227pm hereby directed to present them to me properly Lve Kentucky 3 proven uccordlg to I iw and all thoic tlndlng Lve Carlisle 650am 3 20pm 7 15 a m 45pm themselves ln ebtl to il 1 estate are requested Lve Millersburg 7 40 a m 410pm Arr Pans Below will be found a list of advertised to come forward and spttle 8 28am 700pm Arr Lexington GEORGE L PAYNE Arr Covincton letters for the week ending Februnvy Administrator 10fi4am 637pra Tan23 liii Arr Cincinnati ill 00 a m 6 45 pm 1893 The land has been in grass for a number ol years some of it lor seven or eight years There Is a four roomed house on It with elste- n right at the door For location neighborhood convenience to markets schools churches ct It is first class Terms One fourth cash the remal ider In yearh payments of one two and three years at six per cent Interest MRS N C LOECHER Feb 4 at LveCuinbGap Le PlnevilleLve Lve Middlesbti I 35iiml Warn 6 5Smn i fi h 45am 8 50am Burbrvllle I I Work Worry and Disease t I EuiitMof s police fff p7If Scientific American Agency for i S R ilHIl HIk IM Â¬ I I For Information and t rco Ilmidbook wrlto to CO SSI BllOAUWAY NEW YOUK MUNN Oldest bureau for securing patents In America Every patent taken out by us is brought boforo tho public by anotlco given free of charge lu tho mJ p5fT ii LJV COPYRIGHTS CAVEATS TRADE MARKS DESIGN PATENTS etc j j gtimfflit Qmstiam Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tho world Splendidly illustrated No intelligent man should bo without it Weekly 8300 a yearj J160b1x months Address MUNN CO PUDLidUEKS 3J1 Broadway New York City I WM CROMWELL L AW ATTORN EY-AT-AHD C P ATMORE KNOTT Traille Manager ten Pass Agt General Oillces Louisville Ky S F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt Ofllce ChamberotComnierce Bid Cincinnati O No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Divi Â¬ sion which is dally except Sunday No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing Â¬ ton io Cincinnati Nol Runs dally No 4 Runs dally trom nil stations except the Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 6 -- Daily except Sunda No D runs dally except Sunday between Cin- Â¬ cinnati and Lexington No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation dally Leaves Lexington 1000a m Arrives Paris 10 5 ii m No 7 Falmouth Accommodation Leaves Cincinnati 515 p in Arrives Falmouth 7 05p m dally except Sunday No 8 Leaves Falmouth C a m Arrives Cin Â¬ cinnati 755 n m daily except Sunday Nos land 3 make connections at Winchester for points on the NN MV Ry E D No I Carries through curs from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all n- cermeuiatesttuious ami runs uauy 1 mi LI The quick and direct route from RBAT BSTATB AGENT WILL Yr will alio Rlvo Franklin PRACTICE And and sale of real estate collection of ttnta ellrai and the qegotlnttoD of loans lnrift iT the adjoining eountlei one tpAclu attention to the purohasi IN THIS COURTS 01 Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and fifty miles 4 SHORTEST TO LITTLE KOCK And U Laim 1 11 W V - t rOCliL WITHOUT the only route 1 -- Â¬ i I miles of the u ty ut Frankfort Kentucky mid one half mile ot Hopes Station uiieiindoiie uuarter inlle of Jett depot postollkv Ac onÂ¬ Hit railroad counectiut Fraukfoit with Lexing ton niul within one and u quarter miles ut Summit station on the Kentucky Midland Hall road The Improvements consist or a dwell ln of six rooms kitchen porches cellar cabin of live rooms stable burn room for housing six acres of tobacco twowellscMern springs and pond young orchards In beiilim of apples peaches penr plums cherries grapes and nil kinds of srnull milt Terms - Eighty dollars per acre ash or a cash payment ot not less than two thousand dollars or mure to suit the pur- chaser Balance of purchase money In ten equal annual Installments with six per cent luteiest payable annually or in tower installment to huh Possession given Mateli Ut 1W3 tho purchaser If not sold this farm will ho for rent Anpl to W H MCMILLAN LAND FRONTING ON OF rind Versailles ttirupIKo THE FRVNXFORT road within three i2o CHAfiGE OF CARS -- aiKiE It you are going to emigrate to Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is the CHEAPEST AND BEST ItOUTE No change of cars to Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleans For further Information address C P ATMORE G P LOUISVILLK KENTUCKY T A Dec 3 t5 Pails Ky i i intntiar rritffi liMifoL fc CALL AT BUCKLEYS J-l-TlD SEE TZEaCDE IFIlIE STOCK CZF CHINA GLASS PI3CES QUEENSWARE CXF 4 XjAR GtSST XjIITES STOVE Religious Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow No night morning at 11 oclock service Rev W G IN mTTT7i Hj 1X1 Vja Southern Presb yteri an Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the pastor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m No night service Rev E A will occupy the rector Penick his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 700 First Presbyterian Church Episcopal Church meeting which meets each Wednes day at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian church is having a large attendance and iB developing a fine interest in Bible study Bervices at the Church of the Good The Union Sunday school Teachers Uatuul io Church The usual the pastor Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Simmons the noted evangelist will occupy the pulpit at 11 oclock Union Service of the churches at 7 p m Baptist Church Rev George H Sunday school at 930 a m chapel OHRisriAW in the Â¬ Usual ser Church vices to morrow at 11 conducted by Rev George Darsie the pastor No night service The Youncr Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Miss Ella Noonan on Monday even- Â¬ ing entertained her friends at her home on upper Main street in honor of Miss Eva Brasher of Cincinnati the guest of Miss Mamie Sower Miss Emma Aubrey the charming daughter of Mi Jose Aubrey enter- Â¬ tained a number of her young friends at her home on the South Side last night Those who were present enjoyed themselves very much Gov and Mrs Brown will receive at the Executive Mansion the mem- Â¬ bers of the Legislature and citizens of Frankfort next Tuesday night The hours will be from eight until eleven oclock The german at the Capital Hotel ball room last night led by Mr Robert Pepper and Miss Christine Reynolds was well attendod and en- Â¬ joyed by those engaged in the dance Mr and Mrs P H Newman entertained the Tuesday Euchre Club this week at their home on East Main street There were four tables and four prizes offered the first prize a handsome Rogers knife which Mr Thomas M Newman won arid the second a IFrencb bisque candle-holde- r won by Mr John A Brislan after tying and playing off with Mrs Jos Sohwoers One booby prize was won by Mr Thomas B Newman and the other by Mrs John Weitzel The following ladieB and gentlemen were present Mr and Mrs Thomas M Newman Mr and Mrs Ben Marshall Mr and Mrs Harry ODonnell Mr and Mrs Jos G Schweers jMr and Mrs ThoB J Brislan Mr and Mrs John Weitzel Mr Thos B Newman and Mr John A Brislan The next entertainment of the club will be by Mr and Mrs Thos J Brislan at their home on St Clair street Â¬ prizes Mrs Geo L Willis and Miss Sue Rodman of Louisville in a score of thirteen cut for the first prize a china violet basket which was won by Miss Rodman and the second prize a cut glass salt cellar and sil- Â¬ ver spoon went to Mrs Willis The score of twelve by Mrs J M Van Derveer secured the third prize a silver ring rack For the fourth prize a silver call bell in the score of eleven Mrs J G McLean Mrs R P Pepper Mrs Howard Black Mrs John W Rodman Mrs Wicklifle Chapman and Miss Jennie Morris were required to cut and luck fell to Mrs Black Besides those mentioned there were present Mrs Caswell Bennett Mrs J Swigert Taylor Mrs E M Gober Mrs Sam D Johnson Mrs E Polk Johnson Mrs Henry O Murray Mrs D B Walcutt Mrs Fanny M Trabue Mrs G M Adams Mrs L O Norman Mrs G T Black ley Mrs W F Dandridge Mrs Sam E James Mrs Nannie Duvall Mrs Ohas E Haff Mrs Fred Bagby Mrs Frank Richardson Mrs W G Bullitt Mrs Kate L Mauer Mrs J H Stuart Mrs George F Berry Mrs G W Gates of Owenboro Mrs Em mett Dickson of Paris Mrs McAllis ter of Owingsville Mrs John W Headley Mrs W H Holt Misses Merrie Gillum Lutie War6 Maggie Taylor Nellie Orbison Minnie Van Derveer Maggie Brent Joe Murphy Annie Frazee of Maysville and Carrie Holt The Y M I Society gave a trrand hop at the Capital Hotel ball room Thursday night which was attended and enjoyed by a large number of la- Â¬ dies and gentlemen many of whom were visitors from other cities Wolfes Orchestra furnished the mu- Â¬ Â¬ OH -- X DWARD CLAASSE re EliOIZO AXj Plumber GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - Ji as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Opposite StateHouse FRANKFORT KENTUCKY MPE AND FITTINGS WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married July2 ly L H XTeact Try It House Cleaning laa STour GAINES MARSHALL V A L B Heal Estate MARSHALL CO w nm Hs 45tt Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times sic The Matrimonial Euchre Club was entertained by Mr and Mrs Ed Hensley and Mrs O E Oolehan Sat- Â¬ Church Rev H G urday night Methodist There were eight Henderson will preach tomorrow tables and four elegant prizes the morning at 11 oclock No night ser- Â¬ first ladys prize being a beautiful vice water color by Mr Robert Burns Sunday school at 930 a m Wilson and the second a fine cup The Epworth League meets in and saucer The gontlemens first the evening at 630 in the class room prize was a handsome silver Wash ington souvenirspoon and the second Rev Paul Schenke German Luth- Â¬ a cup and saucer Mrs Wm Lind- Â¬ eran of Lexington will preach at say and Mrs N J Sawyier of the the Southern Presbyterian Church ladies and Mr L Labrot and Mr R on Monday evening at 7 oclock P Pepper of the gentlemen in the order named were the successful Justly Entitled to It players at the game Mrs Sam D Dr Hales Household Cough Cure Johnson Mrs J W Rodman and is justly entitled to tlie praise it is re- Mrs R P Pepper cut for the ladys ceiving Wherever introduced it has prize but Mrs Sawyier won it The proven itself the most reliable remedy known for the cure of coughs following ladies and gentlemen bo olds hoarseness whooping cough sides those already mentioned were bronchitis soreness of the lungs and present Mr and Mrs Wickliffe Chap Â¬ every kind of a cough from a simple D Johnson Mrs L cold to incipient comsumption man Mr Sam AlwayB reliable Labrot Judge Lindsay Oapt Tom Purely vegetable For sale at 25 and O Jones Mr and Mrs Wm Saflell and effective 50 cents per bottle at P H Carpen Â¬ Mr Jno W Rodman Mrs W J ters drug store Hendrick Mrs Caswell Bennett Major and Mrs L O Norman Mrs Social Events W F Dandridge Mrs E E Hume The Cotillion Dance Club will give Mr and Mrs Henry F Duncan Mr Â¬ a masque hop at Weitzels Hall next and Mrs George F Berry Mrs Cor nelia Bush Miss Maggie Brent Monday Mr D M Mctlenry Mr Alex Grant Mrs Ed Hensley and Mrs C E Mr James Dudley Mr Lewis D Colahan entertained a number of Craig Mr Robert Burns Wilson and their lady friends at euchre Monday Mr Lem McHonry afternoon There were seven tables and three prizes Mrs Harry Critten Â¬ Mrs A F Respess and Mrs W H den winning the first a water Newhall jr on Thursday entertained color by Mr Robert Wilson Miss the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club Kate Sanders the second ft fan and at the rosidenco of the lattor lady on Third MrG T Blackley the booby a Thoro and Steele streets South Side wore eleven tables and four bjwkqty of flowers Lecture Room at 620 Dislocated Her Elbow Miss Alice Chinn was passing down Ann street Tuesday aiternoon and looking back at something in the show window of Mr E Powers es- Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A i 4 A Frame Cottage FINS FARM Â¬ tablishment she stubbed her toe and fell on the sidewalk dislocating OF 7 ROOMS WITH A LOT 85 BY 200 FEET IN 210 ACRES South is ollered for halo Tills OF on good OF CHOICE LaND SITUATED Frankfort her left elbow The joint was reset property IdFrankfort repair and la well located In one a of turnpike 8 miles from In in good the best neighborhoods Franklin by her brother Dr Geo W Chinn Apply to LB MARSHALL CO county The Improvements consist of a brick Afents but she has suffered great pain with residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock barn and all other necessary improvements In it and has been unable to use her arm order to sell Immediately wo are authorized since to offer this property at less than Its value Tye Untied Len Tye the negro charged with I A Good Investment formation apply to Possession given 1st of March L B MARSHALL For further In Â¬ Agents Ky CO Â¬ Â¬ the murder of Melinda Bryant near Jellico Station who was brought to this city and placed in jail for fear of mob violence was acquitted of the charge at Jellico on Thursday TS OFFERED IN THE nimiRY PROPERTY ON 1 Wapplug fetreet west of Mr S B Holmes residence Tills property will bo offered us ii whole at a bargain or It will be sold In lots of 40 For terms or 50 feet front to suit purchaser CO Agents L B MARSUALL apply to Frankfort FOR SAXiEi - All the organs of the body aro roused to healthy vigorous action by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery More than all tho liver and thats the key to tho whole system You have pure blood or poisonous blood just as your liver chooses Tho blood controls the health the liver controls the blood the Discovery controls tho liver Take this remedy in time when you feel dull languid and out of sorte and you can prevent diseaso from coming Take it in any diseaso that depends on tho liver or tho blood and youll have a posltivo cure For Dysnopsla Indigestion Biliousness Bronchial Throat and Lung affections evÂ¬ ery form of Scrofula oven Consumption for Lung scrofula in its earlier stages and for the most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases its tho only remedy so unfailing and effective that it can be guaranteed If It doesnt bene fit or cur you have yourmoney back Eeb 4 ly Â¬ WT1 mllE PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARDJohnston on Second Third and Shelby streets toutn irankfort consisting or one largo brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the mllE EXUM P110PE11TY ON MURRAY Market as It unquestionably the best to bo street consisting of u brick residence of 6 had In the city If you wish a desirable location roomaand ubont two acres of land This prop- - tor a home we would advise you to purchase one erty Is well located and on account of the large of the lots while they are to be had lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak LB MARSHALL CO Agents ing a very desirable home For terms apply to FOR SALE L B MARSHALL CO 1 Â¬ Agents Farms For Sale H ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF FORJEMT BRICK RESIDENCE Of 8 lHOMS WITH large ground known as tho Orphans Home property on Third street South bide This three rooms property will be put In thorough tepalr as sootii 100 acres of land with moderate Improvements Apply to 221 acres of land or line Quality with llrst class as rented CO Agts L B MARSHALL Improvements Tho above three tracts of land nre located on u good turnpike road live and u half miles from Frankfort For terms apply to LD MARSHALL C0 Agents Farm For Sale FOR SALE slon given FARM OF 150 ACREJ WITH MODERATE A Improvements located on a good turnpike only two miles from Frankfort Most of this land Is In a good t new land all In grass located on Posses road THREE MILES from Frankfort nmedlateir L B MARSHALL CO A SMALL FARM OF FORTY ACRES OF GOOD Agents and would raise good tobacco or mnkoa good dairy farm LB MARSHALL CO Agents tjiiA Ok DIAMONDS C LOCK S it r WATCHES JEWELRY SLYERWAR Solid Silver Spoons Sterling Inlaid Spoons Forks Warranted 25 Years ROGERS Forks Knives Spoons TODD ROSS a j HVff ji Jtiii n mwiiiiTTTTia ii mi IV II t Jri Tiinfrrn--- ri niiMWtii iiT f i hT ZJ-r- iffigHWn riMrT g jfflfH Vm i mi i urn tii Wiif iiHliMfcM iasBiMftatfMMaMMWiMitiiii m a i naai -- fcnt M A Selbert JEWELER A Beautiful Home Wedding of Frankfort Young Man to a Lex- Â¬ ington Bride I Frankfort Ky his way to the front He will make a valuable assistant to the Attorney General Administrator Mr Henry Col- Â¬ lins on Wednesday qualified as the administrator of the estate of B T Collins deceased Z T Collins and R D Armstrong becoming the sureties on his bond Â¬ The Lexington Leader of yesterday contained the following splendidly described report of the home wedding of Mr James M Todd of Louisville to Miss Ross of Â¬ Â¬ jr LexÂ¬ Â¬ ington A jftfcdLtt joyous happy wedding an ideal wed ding with all the music laughter and good cheer incidental to n genuine old time home affair way the marriage last night of Mr James Madison Todd of Louisville and Miss Nettie Bennett Ross of this place The doors of thecomfort uble home of Mr and Mrs Ross on INorth Broadway were hospitably thrown The spacious rooms and halls open were all alight Above the folding doors From great boughs of cedar were laid the chandelier wreathed in smilax hung a hngh bow of broad pink ribbon which lightly tied a loose cluster of roses of the same huo At the back of the parlor was On a dense thicket of forns and palms the mantlepiece stood great jars of roses opposite the bride and groom A sumptuous supper of salad oyster and the whole bright soene was reflected Again and again in thequaint old mirrors pates champignon French peas biscuit coffee ohocalate and ices was delightfully which adorned the walls The guests as they arrived were re served by Bell Glenn At its conclusion Ross the cako was cut by the bride each girl ceived and welcomed by Mrs mother of the brido in a gown of black took a slice and carried it home with her bengalineand diamond ornaments Mrs to dream out her future upon Besides the aoovo moutioncd guests McDowell her sister u strikingly hand some woman from Cynthiana who wore wero Mr and Mrs Todd of Frankfort blaok velvet diamonds and pink roses parents of the groom The latter of Mrs Higgins in poarl crepe irideseut whom woro a bautiful costume of black garniture pink roses Mrs John Ross in velvet aud point laco Mr and Mrs a handsome gown of changeable silk Wooldridgo ot Versailles she in a gown and Mrs Watson who wore a new style of black bonoline and blue silk Mrs old fashioned dress of black silk with Kendall black faille diamonds Mr and shoulder knots of purple violets Around Mrs Avurt Mr and Mrs Oder of Oyn the bottom of the skirt which wns stuffed thiann Mr and Mrs Tom Martin Mr until it sat out like the pictures in and Mrs Henry Skillmau Dr and Mrs Godeys Lady Book were several rows Pryor Mr and Mrs John Morgan of narrow rufliles many inches apart Mr and Mrs Todd of Frankfort cousins of the groom Mrs Sam Steello Frank They wero the receiving ladies At half past nine bartons band en- Â¬ fort Mr and Mrs Arthur Peter of Louis sconced in n nook at the back of the hall ville tho latter the groom s sister Mrs broke forth in the strains of Meudell McChosney Mrs Metcalfe Mr aud Mrs eons wedding march a hush fell on the John Pew Misses Eflio Hill Brocken assembly the crowd parted and the Jbri brough Fitzhugh Madge McDowell May lnl party entered as Dr Bartlett stood up and Mattie Shaukliu Mattie Nuokols Florence Shelby Jane Todd Watson Miss to receivo them First came a tiny little couple Clarke Messrs John Ross Joe LeCompte who seemed to have stepped out of a Sim Bryant Ed McDowell T 0 Fall in a Edward Starling Sam Burnett Thomas pioture little Fannie Lucas quaint little frock of soft white silk Averill Wititersmith Louisville Profes with slippers and stockings to match sor Blantou Professor Davis and inauy and Marion Ross in a Fauntleroy suit of others among tho ladies and geutlomen black velvet silver buokles on his shoes from Faaukfort and other cities Mr and Mrs Todd went straight to and his pretty chestnut curls bunging On reaching the middle the home of Mr Cliff Ross Mrs Todds about his face of the room oaoh child took an end of brother aud there at 11 oclock this the ribbon hanging from tho chandolior morning Mrs Ross entertained the bri and walking with it toward the sides of dal party at breakfast Tho bride aud the room the knot came unfastened and groom Mr aud Mrs Peter Mr Bonnie a shower of roses which it loosely hold and several others leave on the evening Mr Todd train for Louisville Mr and Mrs Todd foil on the entering brido the bridegroom with his bost man Mr will for a season be the guests of Mr E S Bonnie of Louisville then ap and Mrs Peter in Louisville proached and took their stand beneath Real Estate Transfers the arch of pink ribbon Then with her sister Miss Snllie Hobs camo tho bride Tho brides gown waB simply fashioned James R Smith and wife to George from heavy corded silk a borthu of cost- Â¬ W and J P Wheatloy for 750 a Around ly lace foil almost to hor waist the bottom of tho skirt was a ruffle of tract of thirty acres on Main Elk the samo beautiful lace Her veil tho horn Greek Mrs Cliff one in which hor sister-in-laG B Garter and wife to J A and Ross was wedded in ono year ago that Â¬ night envolopod hor form and was J W Garter and B P Jones Trusfastened by a singlo sparkling diamond tees of North Fork Baptist Ohurch Her largo for 175 a tract of two acreB on She carried brides roses dark gray eyes shown luminous through North Elkhorn the folds of tulle her cheeks were pink Ambrose Polsgrovo and wife to S from excitement surely novor was there Miss Sallio Rosa T Ponce for 175 and liquidation of a seen n prettier bride wore n gown of whito oropo a wreath of mortage for 200 and two land notes tiny pink flowers encircled her shoulders Tho blending of tho pink and white tho for 200 a lot 50 foot on Elk Alloy in colors of tho wedding was carried stifl this city further in the tints of her lovely com Mrs Margarot Barret to Ed Lynoh A fow minutes more and tho plexion poalod forth Lohongrin and tho for 1200 a lot in front of Kentucky band Miss Nettie Ross Midland yards wedding was douu wns no more L II McGraw and wife to M L In the dining room u gigantiu round 3575 a tract of 93 was spread in the oontro on a grace Lawronco for tablo ful mat of pink silk on which surround- acres in Peaks Mill precinct ed by similax arose u huge bowl of roses pink and white To each of tho chande Prof MoGarvoy Will bo Horo liers was tied n roso or two with n bit All of thuso flowers of pink ribbon Prof J W MoGarvoy of Losing- wore Hunt tho brido by Drs Clarke ami At intervals wero placed dishes ton will delivor tho address before Green of olives bon bonu salt and almonds tho Annual Mass Mooting of tho was laid a card con Â¬ At each pinto Oounty Bible Society which taining the names o thoso who woro to Franklin meets tho last Sunday night ot Fob nit at this the brldoV tablo First Mr and Mrs Todd entered and wero seated ruary in tho Ohristian Ohurch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ before tho snow white brides cake to hastened to the lock pit where they Top Drawer their right were seated Mr and Mrs discovered a man in the water hold- Â¬ Cliff Ross Mrs Ross wore an exquisite LOCAL A rope was ing to the cribbing toilette of whito silk and duchesso lace with girdle and pendants of seed pearls Drunk and Disorderly Saturday thrown to the man and he was drawn This was hor wedding gown and was morning C T Southworth of Owen out and taken to the lock house worn by her for the first time on that im Â¬ county was arrested by Officer Will where he said that his name was portant occasion ono year ago last night To the left of tho bride Miss Sallie Gordon and lodged in the work- Â¬ John S Moore a nephew of Mr Milton Moore on Stony Creek How Ross and Mr Bonnie wore seated op house on the charge of drunkenness posite them wero Miss Peak of George The prisoner gave the officer a lively he came to fall into the pit was a town in white crepe and pink roses and tussle before he was subdupd and mystery to him as he had no recol Mr George Ross Next to the man and had on his person when searched a lection of anything until he struck maid of honor were seated Dr Green and Miss Rossie Higgins Miss Higgins pistol and pair of steel knucks the cold water looked lovely in a gown of soft The Scaffold Broke Three work- Â¬ Blood Drawn Jim Everhardt and whito silk Around her neck and in her hair were rubies which had been men employed by Mr E Power of John Williams both colored fought given hor motlior on the occasion of this city on the German Lutheran with knives Monday night over a her marriage Next came Miss Mattie woman and the former was cut un- Â¬ Martin of Cynthiana in a dress of sea Church in Lexington were precipishell pink and Mr P F Taylor of A- Â¬ tated to the grouud a distance of der the left arm and the latter in the tlanta Ga Miss Moxloy of Shelbyville twenty five feet on Monday by the face cousin of the bride in an especially prot breaking Master Oscar of a scaffold Davis Ken- Â¬ Finger Broken ty costume of pink brocade velvet and Wolfe was starting to school Tues Â¬ Mr Craik Jackson of Frankfort lat nedy one of the men sustained a next Miss Daysie Winston in a gown of broken ankle and was badly bruised day morning and in his haste fell black gauze and gold fringe and Mr W on the hip and side The other two down the steps at the home of his H Stites of Henderson wore placed mother on Mero street and broke wero only slightly bruised next Miss Julin McDowell wearing white the middle fiinger of his right hand crepe and point lace and Mr A L Al Lindsay March Mr Louis mond of Louisville were seated exactly Dog Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lad fell down the steps at his home Tuesday and broke the middle finger of his right hand On a trial of the case Wednesday before County Judge Williams Wil- Â¬ liams was given 100 days in the work- Â¬ house and Everhart fined 25 Diego Gal says Shilohs Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any Price 50 cents Sold by W good 21 MeKee Hardie Captain Finger Broken Oscar Wolfe a Sweney U S A San w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harris the violinist composed a march last week which he dedicated to and named for Judge Lindsay It was rendered at the reception Fri- Â¬ day night of last week by Prof Wolfs orchestra and Mr Harris who is a member of the orchestra received many compliments from the assembled guests on his musical production Mat Moonshiner Released Williams a moonshiner from Letcher county was released on bond from jail Monday Masonic Temple The iron front of the new Masonic Temple has arrived and as soon as the weather will admit of it the contractor will proceed with the work on the founda- Â¬ tion and within a few days after be ginning it have it ready for placing the front in position Child Burned Friday evening of last week the daughter of Mr and Mrs W A Roberts acci- Â¬ dentally fell against a hot stove and severely burned her hands St Clair Steet Bridge The gas company under its contract with the oity put up five incandescent lights on each walk way of the St Clair street bridge this week and now tho old structure can be traveled as safely at night as in the day time The new lights burn until twelve oclock after which they are turned off and the gas light continued until daybreak Major Normans Loss Sunday night Major L 0 Norman Auditor had ono of his splendid pair of ear ringo horses to die They wero a boautlful match and worth together no loss than 700 Change op Employers -- Jimmy Noonan resigned his position at the penitentiary this week and has ac Â¬ cepted a place with tho W A Gaines Company Oppicer Suspended -- Tho Police Commission Monday night suspend Â¬ ed otllcor Hydo from Sbrvloe for ten days because ho attondod Judge Lindsays reception and remained absent from his beat longer than tho rules allowed Released From Jail -- Win Riley a moonshiner from Owsley county was released Tuesday from jail on a replevin bond Ho will bo tried be Â¬ fore the Halted Soatos Court at Louisvllio A Cold Bath -- Early Tuesday morning a cry for help arousod look koopors Duvall and Bransom at tho look just below the city and thoy two-year-old Office Auditor Public Accounts Narrow Escape Monday night Frankfort Feb 10th 1893 a man named Perham in attempting Dear Sir It has just come to the to cross the railroad track at the notice of this office that the GoverA Â¬ and the dgg while nosing around found and ate some meat in a closet The following circular which had been prepared with poiletter was sent out by son for rats The dog died from the Auditor Norman yesterday effects shortly afterwards State of Kentucky y STATE AND COUNTY TAXES Mr Poisoned Dick Church on Tuesday attended Delinquents Can Redeem at Re by one of his fine dogs walked into duced Penalties under Act a store on the South Side for a cigar Just Approved Valuable Â¬ depot was knocked down by the train and narrowly escaped being crushed to death by the locomotive Diamonds Lost Mrs Caswell Ben- Â¬ nett last week had the misfortune to lose a bar pin containing five elegant diamonds It was worth several hun- Â¬ dred dollars Jailed on a Peace Warrant Fred Gordon hearing of many threats made by Tom Smith to do him some personal violence sued out a peace warrant Wednesday and Smith in default of bail was locked up in the jail Won 100 Mr Richard Orutcher in the bird shooting match at George- Â¬ town Wednesday defeated the crack shot present Mr Dick Richardson of Spears killing 43 birds out of a possi- Â¬ ble 50 while Mr Richardson succeed ed in killing only 37 The prizo of 100 that day thus fell to Mr Orutch- Â¬ er Officers of State Guard Adju Â¬ tant General Gross has called a meeting of the officers of the State Guard to bo held in this city March 1st to discuss tho proposed encampment at Chicago during the Worlds Fair A State Guard Association will also be ono of tho subjects to be considered at tho meeting Â¬ Â¬ nor on Feb 7th 1893 approved an act allowing delinquents whose property was sold for State or county taxes prior to 1893 to redeem tho s ime at any time before January 1st 1894 by paying tho taxes with cost of sale and 8 per cent per annum on the amount of said taxes and costs until paid You will please be governed accordingly in the collec- Â¬ tion of delinquent State taxes re membering that under tho revenue act of Nov 11th 1891 Article 1 Section 20 all delinquent State taxes for any year prior to and including the year 1879 were relinquished and should be released on the books of your office Very truly L O Norman Auditor Â¬ All Proe Those who have used Dr Kings Now Discovery know its value and those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver Â¬ tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle free Send your name and address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Free as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household InAll of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug Store i Â¬ a Speoial Election Lieutenant Governar Alford yesterday issued his warrant for a special election on the 21st inst to elect a successor in this Senatorial district A Fine Penman Hon Will J Oox to Hon Wm Lindsay It is conceded tho newly elected member from Muh that Hon E II Taylor jr Represent Â¬ lonburg county to succeed Hon A ative from this county will bo tho D Jamo3 resigned is perhaps the only candidato for the office and that neatest and bost penman in the Gen it will be accorded to him unani- Â¬ eral Assembly His handwriting is mously small and his signature a Sponcori Births an copy Â¬ Â¬ TRlPLiiTT To tho wife of Mr Hal Oorbett of Pinovillo son of John II Triplott a daughter Ool Thomas Oorbett of this city on Assistant to Attorney General Mr Wednesday accoptod tho appoint- Â¬ ment from Attorney General Hen drick of an assistant to that officer in the discharge of his rosponslblo duties Tho position is the same as that which Mr Reid Rogers formerly hold and recently resigned to practice his profession in another Stato Mr Oorbett is a bright and promising young lawyor who is rapidly forging Â¬ i Glad Tidings Tho grand specific for tho prevailing malady of tho ago Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos tivonoss Gonoral Debility etc is Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This great herbal tonio stimulates tho digestive organs regulates tho sys Â¬ tem to vigorous health and onorglos Samplos free Largo paokagoa 50o Soldi by Chapman Williams 46 Â¬ KMIHHutAuHfcLv w v s4N0MimJUu - iillMlw A ui J fcUiX -- t iM tfthttA hj E33B3S3 J3SEHSK3M Of 1800 jc 1- - i i We have just purchased the undamaged stock of the NEW ALBANY JEANS CLOTHING CO sold on account of their recent fire This stock is positively free from damage and will be sold as perfect goods but the low prices at which we bought them enables us to let them go at correspondingly low figures We intend to sell this stock in the NEXT 30 DAYS Bargains as you never saw before in jeans pants LOT 10 100 pairs Covingtons sold everywhere at LOT 26 600 pairs of the celebrated Berkleys sold the country over at 175 and 150 fire price 100 LOT 14 400 pairs of the well known Diamond Js considered big value at 200 fire price L00 LOT 1750 500 pairs of the best all wool jeans pants sold in America and Worth 175 fire price 125 LOTS 46 and 80 200 pairs of the finest grade of merino doeskin pants made returns everywhere at 250 fire price 150 -- SI 25 fire price 75c i i t Wills Probated The following wills were admitted to probate before County Judge Wil- Â¬ liams Monday James Black who bequeaths to his wife Martha M Black during her life all of his personal and real prop- Â¬ erty viz a house and thirteen acres of land known as part of W H Jones land After his wifes death it is to go to his daughter Sarah Justice Harlan in London Martha Black To his sons James Justice John M Harlan of the U John and Richard Black he bequeaths one dollar each The will is S Supreme Court formerly of this dated March 11 1891 and signed by city who is now in London England James Carr G R Bacon and E A visited the Court of the Queens Bench in that city on Tuesday was Wallace who after revoking introduced to the barristers of the Mr Peter Jett all former wills devises all his real court by Lord Chief Justice Coleproperty now in the hands of his ridge and was invited to and ac Â¬ assignee and which may be returned cepted a seat on the bench beside to the estate to his wile Caroline the Lord Chief Justice Jett during her natural life At her Wanted death it is to be divided among his Â¬ lawful heirs according to their ingentlemen suffering Ladies To his with throatand lung difficulties to debtedness to hiB estate and brother Edgar Jett he gives hiB sil- Â¬ call at our store for a bottle of Ottos ver watch He appoints Win Crom- Â¬ Cure which we are distributing free The will is of charge and wo can confidently well trustee for his wife recommend it as a superior remedy dated June 24 1893 and signed by for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con- Â¬ W F Clark and N B Smith sumption and all diseases of the It will stop a Mr James W HefTner who be- throat and lungs cough quicker than any known queaths all his property real and remedy We will guarantee it to cure personal equally between his wife you If your children have croup or Malissaand son William N Hofijier whooping cough it iB sure to give instant relief Dont delay but get and directs that both shall carry the a trial bottle free Large size 50c provisions of the will into effect Sold by Chapman Williams 40 The instrument was dated January 10 1893 and attested by Thomas Not In on Thursday Hoflner Mrs Mary HefTner and Thos B Ford Dr W E Baxter will be out of his office on Thursday of each week un Why Dont You Stop til the closing of tho Hospital Col- Â¬ These words are very familiar to lege of Medicine which will be about our readers as not a day passes with Â¬ the middle of noxt June out the report of the sudden death of The ex Â¬ some prominent citizen There Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria planation isHeartDIseaees Â¬ Â¬ fore beware if you have any of the Shore Breath following symptoms Pain in Side Smothering Spells Swollen Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak and Hungry Spells Ten- Â¬ derness in Shoulder or Arm Fluttering of Heart or Irregular Pulse These symptoms mean hears disease The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles New Heart Cure which has Book of saved thousands of lives testimonials free at J W Gaylos who also sells the New Heart Cure 1 Â¬ Â¬ LeComptes Bottom Rev P E Kavanaugh was in New Castle last week Mrs B B Graves haB been very sick but is improving Our school taught by Mr Willie Hughes of Harpers Ferry closed Friday Mr Hughes has been a faithful and efficient teacher and so far as we know gave satisfaction Misses Patsy and Lizzie Kava- Â¬ naugh who have been visiting rela- Â¬ tives at Falmouth returned home Saturday Tho ice in the river wont out with out doing any damage and the Falls City will now make hor regular trips They say that Capt Pence has gone to Cincinnati to buy a boat for this trade Lively times may then bo expected Mr James Webb is now building a grist mill on his farm in this neigh- Â¬ borhood No doubt it will prove quite a convenience to our people Mrs Lydia LeCompte is visiting her daughter Mrs Edings at Gest villo Mrs Ellas Kelly is very sick Mr Truman Karsner and family will move from this neighborhood to Swallowfield the first of March Luke and Joe Kavanaugh are going to keep bachelors hall on BloBsom Ridge Ernest Hieatt and Tom Aus Â¬ tin will do likewise on Flat Creek while Allen Bright has bought a farm near Pleasure villo and expects to keep bach too Rip Van Winkle Â¬ German Service Rev Paul Schenke of Lexington Shortest and quickest between will conduct services in tho German language at the Southern Presbyterian Church on Monday evening at CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT 8 oclock All of our German citizens Â¬ Kentucky Midland By are invited to attend Only direct Hue between The Modern Invalid Has tastes medicinally in keeping with other luxuries A remedy must bo 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 Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Car Haysville Cynthiana mouth and VIA KY ASK tOli TICKETS MIDLAND THAIHS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME TIME TABLE DEC I 12 lfcltt m 1 I Worlds Fair cided to offer as a prize to one cus- Â¬ tomer a trip and expenses for one week Each person making a cash pur Â¬ chase of one dollars 1 worth of goods will be entitled to a guess Contest to commence March 1st and WEITZEL ODONNELL A M p u We want a representee at the great Worlds Fair aid we have de- TRAINS K AbT Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn No No 3 No 7 12 45 Â¬ fi00 GUG 410 41G close Friday June 30th Lv Lv Iv Lv Lv Ar LvSwItzor Lv Stamping Ground LV uuvau Lv Johnson Georgetown C 011 G1B G82 422 1255 480 4 45 53J 6 44 G52 G5G 452 45 5 08 527 535 Centrevllle Elizabeth Parte A M Newtown 8 Depot 7W 718 723 737 I I 515 540 550 I m ntAlNd WIS ST C I No 2 No 4 G42 G4U G51 u INo8INolU m 1 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 320 330 345 fc Â¬ Big Excimto nt in Town Over tho remarkable cures by tho grandest specific of the age Aunt Fannys Health Restorer which acts as a natural laxative stimulates tho digestive organs regulates tho liver and kidneys and is natures great healer and health ronowor If you have Kidney Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay but call at Chapman Williams drug store for a freo trial package Largo size 50o 40 Or Â¬ ranted it and nevor had a bottle returned During tho past 90 days I have sold twelve dozen and it has given perfect satisfaction in every Instance It doeB not dry up a cough but loosons and relieves it It will euro a severe cold in loss time than any other treatment 25 cent 50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J 22 lm W Gayle prugglst Â¬ Good Rkcord Chamberlains Cough ten years says druggist E B Legg and have always war- Â¬ of Vail la A I have sold Remedy for Ar Ar Ar Ar Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Newtown O S Depot Georgetown Duvall Paris Elizabeth Centervllle lonnson B Stamping Ground Switzer Ellthorn Summit A Frankfort connects with L connects with Q connects with K 1033 1042 1048 1055 1110 11 1G 820 833 838 847 900 032 545 527 453 652 715 765 810 820 830 735 705 70J 710 723 730 744 75G 717 f 1122 1130 N C C 750 803 A B C and L S vouit hack Aonms you if all worn out really good for notu ore In It general debility Try is It will euro you cleans your liver and glvo a good appetite The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- tlons form tho shortest and cheapest routatnnii points norm sown east nna west For further information apply to their agents C D BEROAW E B WEItZELl City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEOBHABPERGn Supt i ififAnit Uah U jLwJjftA LbLhmllfofmifnkm yfM tfal Ul i Mii