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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ft I The Fkamfobt GEO A KOTODABOUT TERMS LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power FIANOET KY SATURDAY FEB 18 1893 24 C Kins na Powder Latest U S Govt Report copies of this school clause were ordered to be printed The council then adjourned to meet again next Tuesday night at 7 It May Be YOD NOW HEED oclock A Great Benefactor after reading Dr Franklin Miles popular works we cannot help de Â¬ claring him to be among the most entertaining and educating of au- Â¬ New York Daily He is nob thors a stranger to our readers as his ad- Â¬ vertisements appear in our columns in every issue calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is dis- Â¬ tributed free by our enterprising druggist J W Gayle Trial bottles of Dr Miles Nervine are given away also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous prostration headache poor memory dizziness sleeplessness neuralgia 2 hysteria fits epilepsy A DAMAGE Educators are certainly the greatest benefactors of the race and Wire Door Mats Shovels Pokers Or Coal Hods ABSOLUTELY PURE THE CITY COUNClfeciSXS Â¬ A Number of Important ures Brought up for Con- Â¬ sideration Tuesday had been elect- and the matter was referred to the health committee Meas Mr Gray from street committee reported favorably to enforce the ordinance to prevent the leaving of vehicles on the streets and the re port was adopted Mr D M Woodsons claim for work in furnishing grades and lines for the street railway was reported by Mr Gray and afterwards referred back to the committee Mr James N Miles for the license committee reported in favor of placing Mr L Tobins and Mr W T Readings license at 20 and of allowing Mr Tobin a rebate on his present rate It was adopted and Mr Watson moved to appropriate the difference to pay Mr Tobin which was adopted Mr Miles from the same commit- Â¬ tee moved that the license of the mill men to sell sash doors blinds and shingles be fixed at 25 It was Best and Cheapest to he had From Night M P GRAY Petition of Business Men for Electric Lights Bids to be Adver- Â¬ tised for Work house Keeper Â¬ SUIT Â¬ Also Lease of Opera House-Station-- house Against the Louisville and Nashville Bailroad Filed by Mrs Alford Powell Hardware Merchant and Exten- Â¬ sion of Water Mains on Wilkinson Street Considered The School Board to Have Separate Corporate Powers Â¬ M it li m m Irk lifer If -- v 11 - ri V ml v Tuesday night the city council met with Ohairman Milam and all the members present Mayor Tobin announced in a mes sagethat he had approved the ordi- Â¬ Messrs Dunigan Nicol on motionÂ¬ approreceived nance in regard to throwing trash on ot Mr Swigert for excess an their in the streets the resolution to pay Joe priation of 25 licenses Joe Burkhardt 100 for rent of the Work- Â¬ West End School building and the Mr John E Miles from the resolution in relation to the settle- Â¬ house committee moved that bids be advertised for the Work house ment with the Treasurer keeper both under a lease and elecThe following petition in regard to placing twenty arc lights at various tion system and that the matter then points in the city was read and re- Â¬ be considered by the council at its ferred to the gas committee to report next meeting It was adopted Sliilohs Vitalizer is what you need Mr Miles of the same committee at the next meeting for Dyspepsia recommended that the old house at KSlrln or TTirlnovTorpid Liver is Yellow w m- w w -- - Twmhln --Tr - imnr j Fiiankfort Ky Feb 7 1893 o t uiu buutu buui ui um oi jiii bbbi nnrAflri to jrive you suf Hfnfrinn To the Honorable Board of Council- bridce be converted into a station Price 75c Sold by W McKee Hardie men of the City of Frankfort 22 Â¬ We the undersign- house to detain offenders against the GENTLEMEN careAilly looked over the law until trial and that the bridge ed have Badly Missont proposition made you by the Citi keener be made the keeper also of July 30 ly Co operative Electiric Light zens letter was received at the post- Company to light the business part the station house Mr Gray then of North and South Frankfort with moved that the work house bridge office in tni8 city a few days ago which and reopectfully and uolice committees meet and was posted at some town in Germany electric lights petition your honorable body to take the matter under advisement addressed to a person in Frankfort lavoraoiv consider wie same oeiiov- - i nil miiiirii iii ijiin iiiiiilii ill ilh next r i i i Germany and sent all the way to r iner tnac uus contract wouiu uo u very desirable one for the city as this meeting Our post this place by mistake would eive us electric liffht on the Mr AlcUlure moved that the city office officials are roundly cussed for streets all night and every night at clerk be directed to advertise for the same price we are now paying bids for the lease of the opera house missending letters to towns only a few miles away and there is no telling for gas for only a part of the night for two years from next July 1st It what tho writer of the above letter C L Gayle MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY W McKee Hnrdie was adopted Ahler would not say if he knew the blun- Â¬ Weitzel 0Donnel Sower XV F Beleer Holmefl Hnllornn Mr Swigert moved that tho tax dering follow who sent his missive Meagher fc Marshall book for 1891 as well as that of 1892 R B JillsoJi jr Chapman Williams be placed in the hands of the city all the way across the Atlantic J WWelch J L Itodmnn Son Uuy liarrett A Great Improvement E B Weitzel Capi marshall and it was adopted D C Crutchor tal Hotel On motion of Mr Jno E Miles Ferd Jacobs G C Shaw Henry Fincel the city attorney was requested to The placing of the electric lights J M Banta Salyers Jeffers draft an ordinance for the election on the St Clair Btreet bridge is such M Busam F J Sutterlin by the council of a street commis- Â¬ a great improvement that even our S Kluss Jas F Gibbons H C Dunigan sioner and defining the duties of neighbor of the Argus if he lived on Joe T Staten Julius Lusclier PNewman the South Side of the river would be such an officer W L Coppersmith Henry Ringold Gray presented for the street compelled to admit that the last Mr J W Gault Lewis Mangan railway and amendment to their council did at least one good thing George Reasor John B Weitzel V Berberich Joseph Schroff charter which was referred with in Â¬ during its official life Our buyer will leave in a few days for New York and to make room James Heoney I Davis structions to report at the next meet for Spring purchases we must reduce our present stock 8 D Johnson Co Peter C Sower Nice Residences for Sale ing For thirty days we will offer Special Low It B Jillson sr Lntke- Gobber Mr McClure introduced a resoluJ W Dailey moier Prices on our entire line of Mrs M J Gaines offers for sale in C W SafTell R Furgerson tion to have tho water mains ex- Â¬ another column her two houses on E M Gobor W C Lutlcemeier tended 1200 feet on the extension of Clinton street If you wish to buy a Shaw E J Hilly Whitehead Wilkinson street and that tho Water nice home in a good neighborhood N F Richardson Ed Gaines II It Williams Company be directed to placo three nows your chance Jno A Kleber Goo B Sulonder C M Berrymun fire hydrants 400 feet apart on said McUloy Howard per Bro It was referred to the extension Mm U Kngin Frank Heeney committee water HE GREAT J Switfert Taylor J W Headloy J S Darnell John Reis Dr Williams president of the Maugan fc Darnell Mastin Bros school board addressed the council EH2H1 Church Bros John L Tobin on a proposition to place a clause in C F Proehl E Power LoCompte it Gayle tho city charter that would give the J W Gayle Co per J W Guyle school boards of third class cities John Meagher Dont miss thU opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains Each de Â¬ Coughs Croup Sore Cures C E Haflf Day HafT corporate powers entirely distinct Throat Consumption Sold by all Druceists on a Guarantee partment complete with new and strictly first class goods For a Lame Side Back or Chet Shlloha Porous The following petitions were pre from the city government will give great mtifaction 5 cents Plaster sented and severally passed upon viz Ho said that other third class SHILOFS VITALIZER Willis Williams colored to trans- Â¬ cities desired tho same powers for Mrs T B Hawkins Chattanooga Tcnn sayo ShiloheVttaltzcrAVKD MY LTFE fer license to E DWilliams granted their sohool boards and Mr Watson comlderUth6bcstrcintihjforalehHtatrdsistrm I Oassell pray from the school committee then I ever wed For DVBporsln Liver or Kidney Hudson Humphries ing a rebate on taxes of 1892 referred made a favorable report on the troublo It excels Price 75 ota proposed amendment which after to finance committee HILOHSlLCATARRH Co to open a dry much discussion was adopted and D J Nickles REMEDY goods and notion store at Main and Judge George Drano who repre Â¬ Tinvnvou Catarrh Try this Remedy ItwlllÂ¬ com- Â¬ St Clair streets referred to the sented Frankfort in tho charter rollovo and Curo you Price 60 cts Tilts in for Its successful are sold by ua on a license committee with authority to mission was instructed to prepare a jector Billions lleraetllostreatment Ant urn lshod free clause to be inserted in the charter guarantee to give satisfaction act Sam E James President of the as an amendment in conformity For sale by W McKee Hardie Dr AND BROADWAY Two Jan 28 ly IULLS OLD STANP Health Board notified tho counoil with tho committees report Â¬ 1 e- Monday Mrs Alford Powell of this city who with her husband keeps a boarding house on North St Clair street in the house Mrs Freeman formerly occupied filed a suit in the clerks office of the circuit court for damages in the sum of 25000 against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Her attornoys John L Son in the petition allege Scott that on January 20th last Mrs Pow- Â¬ ell while walking at the depot of the railroad on Broadway slipped and fell on the ice and permanently in jured herself in body and health The accident the plaintiff says was the result of the defendants negli- Â¬ gence for which reason the plaintiff seeks to recover the amount of the damages set out The case will be called for trial before Judge Cantrill at the next term 0f tte cireuit court r Â¬ i I i a j OwEiuCdiTMwIi Great Bargains for 30 Days In House Furnishings Â¬ SHILOHSl CURE Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies Â¬ Brower Scott Carpets MAIN Frazees S Furiture Wall Paper and Draperies LmngtoD Ky I TCp Mi BHH P 3T 145 C3- - 3LO 000 Bolts of Troy Surreys worth Sherwin gallon Williams 175 o tt 83 We will close out as follows 5j 6j at Paint at 145 per Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Kngle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 0 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass So per cent off list 71 ITalX cents and - We make the following cash Prices Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg Si 90 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Distons Hand Saw 110 Horse Shors S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 27 lA cents per box Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 Grate Baskets 4 ct per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Rooting Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Bolting Harness Whips SaddleHose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Material Cutlery Irishes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges See Oits Field and Garden Seed And a full line of 1 t IJar e JHIS HANDSOME I GENERKL HRRDWHRE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Qg J fe Y fa COLL SMC caP m Opposite the Farmers Bank Dr Jas R Ely made a business trip to Louisville Monday Mr I T West went to Eastern Ken- Â¬ Mr Charles Clark of Louisville tucky Sunday was in the city Monday Miss Jennie McDonald was in Lex- Â¬ Judge Warren Montfort of Owen ington Wednesday ton was here this week Miss Ida Mitchell has returned Mrs E L Samuel and Miss Mary home to Winchester Ely visited Louisvillle this week Mr P Fall Taylor returned to Mr Clarence Werner of Atlanta Atlanta Ga this week Georgia was in the city this week Mrs Sallie Bailey of Versailles is Miss Gist of New Castle a niece of visiting Mrs J M SalTell Judge Pryor visited here this week Judge W W Oleary of Covington Miss Mamie Bull is home from a was in the city Thursday visit to Miss Mamie Green of Louis Judge F II Feland of Lawrence ville burg was in the city Tuesday Miss Packard of New York is the Mis3 Alice Roberts of Indiana is guest of the Misses Drane on the visiting at Mr Jas B Roberts South Side Now York is Miss Mcllwaine of Gen John B Castleman of Louis- Â¬ the guest of Mrs Wm Lindsay ville visited Judge William Lindsay Mrs C M Berryman and daughter the first of the week are visiting relatives in Versailles Mr Robert Mason who was here a Col John Barret Postmaster of few days with his parents returned Louisville was in the city Thursday to Eddyville Sunday Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louisville Mr E M Williams returned Thursday from a business trip to Carroll has returned home after a visit to her ton sister Mrs James Rodman of Louis- Â¬ Mr Wm H Mastin of Woodford Miss Henrietta Barbour ville is the guest of Mrs W B Rod- county of Mr H R Wil Â¬ I Mr L H Peyton was in Lexington Monday Mr M P Gray was in Louisville the first of the week Congressman Albert S Berry of Newport was in the city Tuesday Miss Bonnie Hockensmith of this city is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Ollie Moore of Georgetown is visiting her sister Mrs 0 R Crutcher Mr Will D Reed Receiver of the Louisville Chancery Court was in the city this week Hon J 0 Beckham of Shelby ville was in the city Tuesday attending the Court of Appeals Miss Amantha Shipp of Owens boro is visiting Miss Emma Morris on Second street Miss Hannah Smith after a visit to Miss Lena Stone returned home to SiBH H9nHuli fMwnMmWMR Heed Rocker Large size only J Â¬ son-in-la- man r Robert P Thompson of Louisville is visiting Mrs Caswell Bennett Mrs and Mrs Thos B Newman of Louisville are visiting Mrs P H Newman Miss America Roberts of Jacksonville is the guest of the family of 3Ir J W Gilpin Mrs Smith of Hodgenville wife of Hon D H Smith State Senator is at the Capital Hotel Miss Florence Stanton will go to Carrollton Monday to vibit her rela- Â¬ tives for several weeks Miss Flora Foote was in Paris last week attending the funeral of her aunt Mrs John Gaper Messrs John and Frank Cannon were in Louisville this week visiting their mother and sisters of Blackburn Miss Henrietta Spring Station was the guest this week of Mrs Joseph H Lewis Mr W C Portwood of Lawrence burg after a visit here for several days returned homo Thursday Mrs M W Woodson left Thursday afternoon for Memphis Tennessee to visit her sister Mrs Lou Milton Miss Theresa Berryman of Ver sailles and Miss Virginia Hemphill of Nicholasville are visiting at Mr W H Poseys Senator Wm Lindsay will go to Washington City to day to be ready to take his seat in the United States Senate on March 4th Miss Eva Brasher of Cincinnati after a visit to Miss Mamio Sower on Holmes street went to Lexington Thursday to visit friends Mrs George B Salendor and sister Miss Beatrice Ready wont to Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday to make a visit of several weeks to their parents Mrs Win Lindsay will accompany her husband to Washington City to Â¬ night whither the Judge goes to take his seat in the Sonate on March 4th Miss Irene Albors of Knoxville Tennessee who is attending Miss Belle Peers Bchool in Louisville came up yesterday to spend a few davs with Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis at Bolair this county Mrs Â¬ 1 liams has removed to this city Mr Woodford Longmoor came up from Louisville to attend the german last week and returned to his law studies Monday Mr George Willis of Marysville Kansas who has been visiting friends in this section for several weeks lefc for home Wednesday Mr Frank Pearcy and Miss Gertie Maddox of Louisville wero in the city Sunday the guests of Miss Hallie Rodgers on High street Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles who has been visiting Miss Lena Stone returned home Tuesday ac companied by Miss Stone Miss Roberts of Richmond Vir ginia and Miss Lorena Young of Lexington was here Sunday visiting the Misses Stephens on the South Christine Reynolds and Maria Pepper and Messrs R P Pepper jr and James G Dudley attended the german in Lexington Tuesday night Miss Gertrude South who has been visiting her brother Hon J C South in Little Rock Ark during the past Ave weeks will return the latter part of next week The Georgetown papers this week say that Prof Wayland Graham of this city will arrange for a cantata at the Baptist Church in that city next Wednesday night Judges Lewis Bennett Pryor and Hazelrigg of the Court of Appeals and Attorney General Hondrick composed a party that wont to Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday to see Modjcska Â¬ Â¬ Versailles Tuesday accompanied by Miss Stone Miss Marion Lindsay and Messrs Noble Lindsey and Frank Cannon attended the German at- - Lexington Tuesday night Miss Todd SafTell who is visiting was among those Keep in Louisville DftVDH fiKftt JHHKBH OakSideboard NICELY FINISH EL-- For a Solid ANTIQUE or SIXTEENTH CENTURY WITH MIRROR present at Mrs John Middletons Side Misses Packard and her daughter Miss Isabel of Niagara N Y after a visit to the family of Judge George 0 Drane went to Jacksonville Fla Thursdayto reman until Spring Mrs L M Maus who has been visit- Â¬ ing her sisters hero for several weeks returned to Prescott Arizona Mon- Â¬ day where her husband a surgeon in the United States Army is station Mrs ed Misses Dora and Belle Smith of Versailles Miss Ella Wollums of Midway and Miss Willie Stone of Georgetown attended the masque hop given by the Cotillion Club on Monday night matinee euchre luncheon Monday afternoon Hon E H Taylor Jr was called to Washington City Tuesday on business and will therefore have no time to go over the senatorial dis- Â¬ trict before the election Judge J Unthank of Pineville Deputy Register of the Land Office under Major G M Adams was in the city this week visiting Hon Berry Howard on Conway street Col E Polk Johnson of the Capi- Â¬ tal went to New York Wednesday to be present at the meeting of the Sons of the American Revolution of which he is Vice President of the Kentucky Society The Misses Lounsbury returned home to Stamford Conn Wednesday accompanied by their sister Mrs Will P Hudson Jr who will make a visit of several weeks to her relatives and friends in the East Messrs John W Gaines and Ben Farmer were in Lawrenceburg Monday arranging with the Anderson Democratic voters for the nomination of Hon E H Taylor jr to succeed Judge LindBay in the State Senate Mr James M Todd Jr of Louis Â¬ ville and his wife returned from their wedding trip Monday and for the present are making their home with Mr and Mrs R A Peter on Sixth street In the spring the happy couple intend to keep house Mr and Mrs Sam D Johnson chaperoned the party of ladies and gentlemen that attended the Gorman at Lexington Tuesday night Mr Johnson took his departure thence the next day for New York and Mrs Johnson will remain in Lexington with her aunt until Mr Johnsons re turn home Rev A D Mayo of Boston Mass who is here in the interest of educa- Â¬ tion arrived here from Louisville Monday and is the guest of Superin tendent Ed Porter Thompson Ho made an address to the members of the Legislature and the people of the city at the hall of tho House of Rep resentatives last night He will re main here until May 1 and wil visit tho various schools and give free public addresses at stated periods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ our eyes on this apace and we will put you on to some peciaf GOOD THINGS R ROGERS SON Jantt ly Mr Hugh Watson of Carrollton Louisiana a newspaper man and Opera House to he Leased cousin of Marshal JelTers was in tho WILL BK RECEIVED AT city Tuesday in the interest of the UE4LED BIDSofllce until Mnrch J 1831 byTHE J City Clerks the people of his parish whose crops City Hull Committee for leuse ot the Opera House two It will were destroyed last season and who lorleased2 toyears beuliinliiR July 1 lb93 council be h Illicit and best bidder the reserving the risht to reject any and all bids By are now in groat distress Mr Wat- Â¬ order or the council son went to Louisville that afternoon Attest BCMILAM President to confer with the Board of Trade on T J TODD City Clerk Feb l 2t the matter of raising a donation from the people of that city Worlds Fair FOB SALE RESIDENCE ON CLINTON STREET Wo want a representee at the MY THREE STORY BRICK tnelve rooms a bo the adjoining house containing SEVEN groat Worlds Fair and we have de Â¬ UOOMS Both houses have all the modern concided to olfer as a prize to one cus- Â¬ veniences For terms auitlv to me on tho MAG J GAINES tomer a trip and expenses for one nre nlses 18 Â¬ 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 Isd and close Friday Juno UOth WEITZEL ODONNELL Feb 2t The new two story frame dwelling house of 8 rooms beside attic and bath room on the north side of Second street between Shelby and Main streets tho property of Miss Julia Blakemore For terms apply to 18 For Eont 7XMiMmisr tf John B Lindsey IHK SHORT BUT AND QUICKEST When Baby wag sick wo gave her Castorla When she was a Child she cried for Castorla Whou sho becamo Miss sho clung to Castorla When sho had Children sho uavo them Castoria hmm Georgetown to lira Â¬ Time 26 Hours SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS The shortest and quickest to Jacksonville Ala Worth Knowing Many thousand people have found a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re- Â¬ Time 26 Hours Solid Vestlbuled Trains tween Cincinnati unu Â¬ 11 specific for tho prevailing malady of Direct the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint port for Connections utNewOneansandShrev Texas Mexico and CaHfornla Rhonmatism Costivonoss Nervous Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Hallway Nervous Prostration vluiooretown 645 am iiirrlveClnclnnatl 1026 Exhaustion m Quicker tlmn uuyotherllne Sleeplessness and all diseases arising a All trains arrlv at denurtfromCentrulUnlou from derangement of tho stomach Dopot Ciiiclnnat liver and kidneys we would be For Rates Maps A cunuresf E T OUARLETON pleased to give you a package of this D P T a Chattanooga groat nerve tonfo free of charge D H EDWARDS U MILLER Chapman Williams 45 TrafMne Cincinnati 0 i V A T storer If you have nover used this great Lkxinoton Knoxviilk A8UKVILLK Ky Tenn N TKNN G ALA The Short line be Time 21 Hourb vz CUATTANOOUA C ATLANTA B1IIU1NUUAM II 17 IB jBijiLi4 it idULL w O V FWwWWvjWwr WHIWJiKBJJlHI r unmiiiwwm wmr w 3 R CRTJTCHER President J W CRUTCHBR Secretary Salesrooom Opposite WITH THE Line of Fine Vehicles ever shown in Frank fort We have We Are DFactor PINE Buggies Surreys Carts FINISHED Trans and Ready for our customers iml you ran buy them at Factory prices 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 Sieo and Hillside Plows of all kinds Buck board for Thirty five Dollars and other vehicles less than auy house in the South Wo sell a Delivery Wagons -s - irst-claf- Broadway Top Drawer LOCAL at ZEZeacL J Cio ce Home grown Clover Seed for Sale of Y BUGGY AND HARMS CO G L HANNEN i I another chance and ngnin have tho property re advertised for salo on tho first Monday in next month Tho court then adiourned to meet again March 20th when the settlement with the ex Sheriff and the fixing of the tax levy will be made A Correction In the lost issne of the Roundabout there was a notice of the suicide or Sam Cook of Shelby county who it was reported at the time was a brother of Capt Smith Cook the Kentucky giant and of the House of Repre- Â¬ sentatives It was an error to say that he was Capt Cooks brother He was merely a distant relative ners on High street was severely in- Â¬ jured last Thursday by falling and breaking her ankle Frankfort Again Heard From Prof Wolfes orchestra on Tuesday night at the reception at the Execu tive Mansion played for the first time a new waltz entitled Elbron which Mrs Jacobs of Cincinnati formerly Miss Denia Kahr of this city composed It was pronounced by those who heard it a sparkling and catchy piece of music that is destined to win its way into the favor of pianists The Feeble Minded Institute Senator George has a bill before the Senate to convert the Feeble Minded Institution in this city into an asy Â¬ lum for insane females P O SOWER G Oils Paints you wunt a WHEN PLOW that will never make you angry and always keep you jnd that you bought it just come iti and net you an OLIVER IMPROVEMENT STJIEET Messrs W A Gaines Co are prepar- Â¬ MAUN L HANNEN DEALERS IN CO Sash Doors Bless Si ing to erect a handsome building on Main street between their office and Dr J S Collins building It will be used as a warehouse to store bottled whisky and will extend as far back as Mr the bottling establishment Clark the architect of Charles J Louisville was here Monday making his measurements for the drawing of The the plans and specifications buildwork of tearing awa the old ing began Thursday Monday a A son of Mr John Edge of the Pea Ridge neighborhood arrived in the city from Lexington Not notifying his parents that he would return homo that day they failed to meet him at the depot and his dis Â¬ tress occasioned loud cries which brought to the scene officer Will Gordon who kindly looked after the little fellow and had him taken to his home Executor Riley Brewer Monday qualified as executor of the estate of Thoinas Brewer deceased Depot Doors Monday morning the accomodation train slipped the switch and ran into the doors of the N depot knocking both doors L off and doing other slight damage to the walls and platform Severely Cut Saint Conway son of Mrs Mag Conway was severely eut in the arm with a knife he was using in Sargeants meat store on the South Side Friday night of last week Judgment Affirmed The case of Lucy Hall colored of this city who was given two years in the penitenti ary for stealing was affirmed Satur day by the Court of Appeals Substitute Mr J D Beard has been elected by the Police and Fire Commissioners a supernumerary on the police force Heirs of Jere South Suit has been filed in the United States Court in this city the next term of which will be in June by the heirs of Jere South decoased to prevent tres passers on their land in Breathitt county from cutting and removing Deputy therefrom valuable timber McCarty went to Breath Â¬ Marshal Con itt county Monday to serve notices on about twenty five persons who are defendants and claim the owner Â¬ ship of tho land under various titles Â¬ Five-Yeah-O- ld five-year-old Harness Saddles - c 323 ZQroaaTra37- - IFralsfbrt TZZr Ankle Broken Mrs Win Con CHILLED SOLD BY G L 3m HANNEN GO Jin7 found a bound volume of the United States Reports No 104 on the river bank and as all such books are kept locked up in the District Attorneys office the question is How did the book get there son of Constable Harrod did new engine at the pumping house Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The OnlyFemalh Notary Miss Hannah lnnes private secretary to and Attorney Gonoral Hendrick great granddaughter of Judge lnnes the first United States District Judge in Kentucky qualified as notary pub Â¬ lic in County Clerk Smiths office on Mr T J Todd is the Wednesday Miss lnnes is suroty on her bond notary in this county the only female and may be in the State and is now lawfully authorized to break tho third commandment and cuss to her hearts content for tho sum of fifty cents a cuss i i The County Court Tho Magis trates of tho County Court of Claims met in the court house Tuesday with the intention of making a settlement with ex Sheriff John 0 Noel and fixing the tax levy for tho current year but ns tho Sheriff made such a splendid report of his receipts from delinquents whoso property ho ro advertised for sale for last month ag Â¬ gregating moro than 4000 tho court concluded to give the delinquents W H Hampton and Henry Vest have been awarded the contract for fur- Â¬ nishing the timber for the new lock No 7 at the Cincinnati High Bridge on the Kentucky river They went up to tho lock site Wednesday and will at once begin preparations to secure the necesary timber Grocery Robbed Tuesday night burglars entered the grocery store of Joe Noonan on Ann street and took from the safe about 15 in money A large amount of money in tho cash drawer was not touched The en- Â¬ trance to the store was effected by means of a duplicate key and as the safe was accidently left open that night the thief had no trouble in securing his booty The police think they1 are on the right trail and ex- Â¬ pect to find proof enough within a few days to justify the arrest of tho suspected criminals Matrimony Sold Messrs W J W H Lewis of Belair Stock Farm this county sold last week to Messrs Smith Brothers of Birmingham Ala Â¬ bama their fine young trotting mare Matrimony 2234 at three years old Price private Broke His ARM Riley Phillips a lad of fourteen yoars living about throe miles out on tho Bald Knob turnpike while being ridden on a stick Monday by a number of bovs who got to scuffling and wrestling was suddenly dropped to the floor and sustained a fracture of his arm near the wrist A Child Pardoned Tho of Whitley county on Tuesday brought Wesley Woods a lad of thirteen years to the penitentiary under a sentence of one year for grand larceny As thoro is no re- Â¬ formatory institute conducted by tho State for juvenile offender the Gov- Â¬ ernor pardoned the boy and the offi cer took him back home promising to stand good for his future behavior On the River Bank -- Mr Will Ohinn Clerk of the United States Court is mystified Monday a littlo ox-Sher- iff Contract for Timber Messrs Recovered Urban Stephens who was shot by Richard Suter last week has recovered He appeared on tho streets Monday A Merited Notice The Albany N Y Law Journal one of the old- Â¬ est and best edited law magazines in the countryhas favorably commented on ex Gov Knotts argument before the Court of Appeals on the Worlds of the water company The new pur- Â¬ chase was made as a reserve engine I for use at any time when the old ei MACHINE gine gets out of order or in case the 1 SEWING demand for water might increase in HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiie such an extent as to require the sei WARRANTED vices at times of both engines each of which will have a capacity of pump5 YEARS Hf ing 2000000 gallons daily Below the Bridges The high wa- Â¬ ter now will not admit of the Falls City passing under the bridges and on her last trip on Wednesday that HB Bill BajHWffrT 1jiSBiMi8KH boat with a splendid trip of freight and passengers was obliged to un load at the sand bar Sllllllllllllll ROYAL vS I I Â¬ Â¬ Fair appropriation Jack Longs Possible Luck short time since Mr Ashley Gulley a former resident of Garrard county in this State died in California worth several millions of dollars The county clerk of Garrard county has received notice to the effect that tho heirs to this immense wealth must file their claims and it is there fore probable that the deceased had no direct descendants in which event Mr Jack Long of this city a first cousin of Mr Gullby and whose mother partly reared him may re ceive a large portion of the estate Mr Long can easily establish his relationship and will take stops at once to filo his claim Shipment op Fine Horses Col R P Popper on Thursday shipped to New York to be disposed of at the great Tattersall sale a car load of horses which Onward Norval and j other great stallions sired To night Col Popper and Mr George Hays his trainer will go to New York to bo present at the sale Diamond Pin Recovered Mrs Â¬ Â¬ a Something to Remember If you are a weak man or ailing woman- - that theres only one medicine so sure to help you that it can be guaranteed Its Dr Piercea In building Favorite Prescription -- Â¬ overworked feeble delicate or any female complaint Has a Mechanical Apnoarancc Has im Klegiint Finish or weakness if it ever fails to benefit a s lias a 1erfect Adjustment or cure you have your money back Has a Positive Take up una Its an invigorating restorative tonic Â¬ Has ocjuuuGood Sovrlnrr Onalitie nnd urimuro More a soothing and srrengthening nerdoes a Large r Itanco of Work vine and a safe and certain remedy - than any Sowing MachinetiounralWorld S In tho for womens ills and ailments ic Examine THE ROYAL for points of regulates and promotes all the prop excellence and you will or functions improves digestion en- Â¬ n buy no other riches tho blood dispels aches and pains brings refreshing sleep and 1 ROYAL S M CO Rockford III restores health and strength ltli aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiciiciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiR nothing else can bo as oneap this you pay only for the good you get women up Bililits fcn It iiJW Hasal argo High Arm Has a Solf getting Neocllo Has a Solf tlireadlnff Shuttle Has No Equal In Construction -- E Electric Bitters This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to All need no special mention who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that s claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils Salt Rheum and other affections caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all For cure of fevers Malarial Constipation and IndiHeadache Engestion try Electric Bitters tire satisfaction guaranteed or Price 50 cts money efunded and St per bottle at South Side drug store Â¬ Veterinary R modi Js jlM AiiMUji rii KentMyVitMMTleilicraCo MT j SiKUUNii KY vOto OiGL KtWUliMf VEIERINARY 1 j 1 UilBWUli T UUllIlUlbUUB - 1 I UCCU I1IUUU Â¬ by the return of her diamond bar pin v Â¬ which sho lost several weoks ago It was a valuable ornament worth no i 200 and its loss was a less than iBSa TRADEMARK grievous trial to her Last week a AXTIOSYIXK for SllinHC irlw Sn ivJns A e Colic lteiiutr ReniHl notice of the loss appeared in the nr IuihiiudiiI In tlumuu Dl tciiiMi1 t t Mtl ml iiiill Olnt Roundabout and Saturday Mr Jas iniiit - Wis erliu Ulutmfiir rn Lotions HidLHils MUi lotion Wait Remedy Welch who had found the pin re Â¬ Wonn lowiltMlmulntliij IIiiIiihmii Itor Inw Tonli Uterine nlntlve uiii Drchslnir turned it to Mrs Bennett Moral Coiwli Mixture Fluid Atwutlit Mineral When you want tho people to know Tonic anil Cuiitlilon lmVi any thing tell it to the Roundabout SVIcKee A New Pumping Engine Mr J W Tiernoy representing tho Barr Pump Â¬ P H Carpenter 5 DHUfHilST aC Sr CLAIR HTJIKKr HALLS OLD ST YN P ing Engine Company of Philadelphia in tho city Monday and is on arrived Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky gaged in placing in position n splen Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Feb 18 Cm JUipjjy ifTOk CO ft VVWk MEDICINE JAM wy - Â¬ Â¬ -- ifo W Harciie 1 ltMWWS HHHBliHBVrjrJi 1 HIHIHlU4Hr3LjgK UUIHMaBMHaMMIMJMl Ml 4 I t v FOE STATE SENATOR family to strengthen homo ties to bring up and guide his children care- Â¬ the To Succeed Judge Wm Lindsay Entered nt the post olace at Frankfort Kentucky fully to maturity in a lovo for Resigned as second class in illaule matter of his injunctions and the fulfillment God this country commands of The Democrats have nominated GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub would ultimately reach the moral Hon E H Taylor jr to succeed to and spiritual condition of the nations the State Senate in this district comFRANKFORT FEB 18 1803 of Europe posed of the counties of Anderson Mercer and Franklin in the place of The First Law of Uaturo THE SABBATH Mr This self preservation Is acknowledged to Judge Wm Lindsay resigned be and people who ndopt mjalust the en Taylor on yesterday tendered his resÂ¬ A Society to bo Organized in Ken- croaches of disease n genuine medicinal safe ignation as a member of the House and Children for guard accredited by experience and the sanctucky Similar to Other States and on next Tuesday the day of the tion of physicians afford u happy Illustration to Maintain Sunday as a of the wisdom of the siylng In the health election will obtain a large mnjorlty CMtorl is bo TreU adapted to children UuU CMtoria euros Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Among of the voters of the district in his Day of Host I recommend it aa superior to ny prescription they restore and continue to enjoy Kills Worms girea sloop and promotes di known to mo II A Ancnx M D maladies against the growth of which Hos race for the State Senate against the ecstion Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T Rev Mr George of Pennsylvania tetters Stomach Hitters affords efllctent pro Populist nominee Mr John O Suth was in the city this week to effect an tection diseases of the kidneys and bladder erland of Anderson county Mr Tay are fraught with the utmost peril and exhibit For several years I have recommended The use of Castoria is sounlrersal and organization of a society for the pre- Â¬ great obstlnancy when opposed by ordinary lor in his capacity as a member of Its merits so well known that it seems v vrork your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorse it Few arotho servation of the American Sabhath means The Bitters can and will subdue the House has attained a popularity results intelligent families who do not keep Castoria No testimony On Sunday morning Mr George ad Â¬ them at the outset und Is stronger than this and universal esteem for sound judg Â¬ within easy reach Edwin F Piudbb M D persistently the best Used Cahlos Marttk DD Ttao Winthrop 125th Street and 7th Avo Tuls medicine also results may be txpected dressed the congregation of the eradicates liver complaint constipation dys ment and ability to win success in Now York City New York City Lato Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church First Presbyterian Church on the pepsin malaria rheumatism und nervousness any measure urged by him and the He announced objoct of his visit people of this county especially be JUDGE LINDSAY tax Csmtxuk Coroner 77 Mubrat Stbjmt New York that Dr Blayney the pastor of the live that he has earned the promochurch had been selected as the Formally Declared Elected to the tion for his efficient services in the Vice President of the organization interests of the county Who will United States Senate Though Senator for Kentucky succeed Mr Taylor in the House is Wednesday Feb 18 ly Hawley he said on the floor a question difficult now to determine of the Senate had stated that Each House of the General Assem- Â¬ Speaker Moore has set Monday March 40000000 of the people of the bly on Tuesday formally balloted for 4th as the date for the election and United States had petitioned for the a United States Senator In the the candidates for the place are Mayor closing of the Worlds Fair on Sun- Â¬ Senate Judge Wm Lindsay was nom- Â¬ Tobin Mr Len J Cox Wm McOloy Â¬ day the tremendous opposition to inated by Senator Anderson of and Charles H Julian that request brought to bear upon Shelby county and received sixteen Congress had aroused the Christian votes and Hon Augustus E Willson All Along the Line people of a number of the States to a of Louisville who was nominated by sense of the necessity to organize Senator Downer of Christian county Is heard praise of Dr Hales HouseMrs I S Jacobs hold Ointment and provide means and influence to received six votes of Farmington Maine writes that counteract this opposition if they In the House Hon Wm Kreiger of she suffered five years with varicose Jj not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to ex- Â¬ hoped to overcome the dangers- that Louisville nominated Judge Lindsay veins and two running sores on her such a desecration of the Sabbath who received sixty three votes and leg and was completely cured by its amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli- Â¬ S Salisbury threatened to entail upon the people Hon J S May of Pulaski county use D We Fillery live withoutVt cy offered writes cannot of this country He said that put- Â¬ nominated Mr Willson who received it relieves my sister of asthma it Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and at ting aside the Divine command to thirteen votes making in both houses once it cureB a burn or a hurt of any get a statement of what it will cost Under date observe the Sabbath the physical seventy nine votes for Lindsay and kind almost instantly W A McNEELY Genl Agent of May 30 1892 R H Simpson Le nature of man demanded the rest nineteen votes for Willson Wednes Â¬ Roy N Y writes I used MALCOLM FRANKLIN Lexington Ky Hales which millions now were forced to day the two houses met in joint ses- Â¬ Ointment for rheumatism Special Agent three J R Williams Local Agt deny thefmselves by reason of the sion and declared Judge Wm Lind- Â¬ years ago and have not been troubled Frankfort Ky It is the finest ointment in Sunday mail Sunday trains and Sun say the United States Senator to suc- Â¬ since Nov 26 3m 25o and the Such enterprises ceed Hon John G Carlisle who re 50c world for general use day newspapers per box For sale bv P H Oar- he thought should be required to signed to accept the portfolio of Sec 4 pentek 4 suspend one day in seven just as retary of the Treasury under PresiFor Sale An open front coal Co well as the merchant or manufactur- Â¬ dent Grover Cleveland stove tile lined and good as new is er He argued there was no real offered for sale at a bargain Also a The Modern Invalid necessity for the mail the trains the a New Process gasoline stove only used one season Apply at this office street cars and the newspapers on That the supposed need was merely Has tastes medicinally in keeping must HOLIDAY ATTRACTION the money makers arrangement to with other luxuries A remedy uninterrupted his business be pleasantly acceptable in form continue Washingtons Birthday in order to despatch it with more purely wholesome in composition truly beneficial in affect and entirely convenience on Mondays He could Robert Mantell who is an estabsee no consistency in a law allowing free from every objectionable quality lished favorite in Frankfort comes CALL SEE RHD a mighty corporation to transact its If really ill he consults a physician to the Opera House Wednesday flKD SET PRICES if constipation he uses the gentle business on Sunday and at the same Feb 22 He brings with him a new time obliging the trades people to family laxative Syrup of Figs play which has closed a long and cease their occupations He thought THE FIRST WARNING MANHOOD RESTORED successful run in New York at there was a gradual approach to a tha SANATIVO W Proctorss Twenty third Street The- Â¬ WonderfulcoldSpanish general disregard of all Divine and Cholera Again Appears in Europe with a itemedy la atre It is called The Face in the Written Cuaranteo human law on the observance of the and the Cleaning Process to euro all Noiroin Dis Moonlight and is said to be the eases sucli as Weak Sabbath and cited a number of the Here Should Begin Memory Loss of Bialn beat drama Mr Mantell has ever 1owor Headache Jarge cities of this country in which at Once Wakefulness LoatMan placed on the stage Will practice in all State Courts Ofliood Nervousness Las not even the theatres and saloons are It is a strictly romantic drama of Before After UsoJ situdeof ell chains and fice second floor Custom House power of tlio Iosi closed Referring to the condition Cholera from intelligence received French revolution period In and while Photographed from life Gcncratlvo Organs bv rltlipr dot of Paris in which he said that one by the New York dailies has made intensely dramatic in its numerous over exertion youthful Indiscretions or tnocaused excesaivo which aseof half of the people toiled on the Sab Â¬ its appearance this week in St strong climaxes it is free from bom Â¬ lead totobneco opium or ptlrruhiiiH Insanityultimately up Inlliiulty Coiuuinptlou mid tlio vrs potkit Pilco bath that the other half might frolic Petersburg Hamburg Marsallles and bast and sensationalism Mr Man- Â¬ Inconvenient lunn to ficarrv In every 3t order wolut a give l a pnckiiLte or 0 for with he deplored the infusion in this Paris These cities are in different tell has the reputation of having wrltton miaranteo to euro or rotund the money Sent by mail to any nridreu Circular free country of the habits and customs quarters of the Eastern Contient and essayed a larger number of dual In plain envelope Mention this pupei Addiess MADRID CHEMICAL CO Branch OfTlce for U S A of the Eastern Continent in not one their simultaneous awakening to the roles than any other American actor 3SS Deal bom Street CHICAGO ILL of which he said as a day of rest fact of the presence of cholera may living and The Face in the Moon- FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY and religous duty is Sunday ob- be taken as a presage of what the re- Â¬ light gives him better opportunities h fok i Mm ft m 0 4 V fl CARPENTER DrUQQiSt served as it is observed in this coun- turn of warm weather will bring to for artistic efforts than any of his si a fcSiclc try Europe Whilst it is probable that previous cnaracters tie malces no August 18 Sowtl i ly It was for this reason and because everv precaution will be taken by the less than a dozen changes in eharac CURES OTIHHO BST PILES mT the country was discovered by a health authorities along the seaboard ter during the progress of the play iifWiKi mwmM Christian and peopled by men who to guard against the introduction of many of which are done in less than JOURNAL A SURE and CERTAIN CURE EEKLY COURIER came to it as a land in which they the dread disease to this country in unnnnAa Tn mnnv raannnfa Vn known for IS yonrs us tho REST REMEDY FOR PILES could worship the Lord and freely the great number of people that are play similiar to Dr Jekyll and Mr HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR FMpirtdhjIUnUIUlfcONTAVlOUVUn CO BT LOCIS is V and forth be- t observe his Divine commands that constantly going back Hyde except that the outlaw Rabat he could say the Sabbath was now tween Pans and Hamburg and New s characterized with less villainy BEST IQIICUTIC PAPER PUBLISHED distinctively American He said to York and spread ng thence all over and deeds of violence than that ONLY 100 A YEAR L i G oppn the doors of the Worlds Fair cne united otates raaue it oxirouiiy Mr Hyde As Rabat Mr famous Best Condensed News on Sunday would be to advertise to doubtful that the people of this coun Mantel displays a wonderful amount Uest Storlm all the nations of Europe that this try will entirely escape the ravage TEC Best Miscellany His of capability as a comedian Best Womens country full of professing Christians Every effort therefore should be put comedy acting will prove Has The BestChlldrenn lage Department a great Best Answer to Correspondents and with a law on their statute books forth at once to place this city in its surprise to his admirers as ho never Department to enforce the observance of Sunday best possible sanitarj condition Bst Editorials As Vic efore attempted comedy was in reality not a whit more deeply Such a necessary measure for the ne gives ma auaience It gives away a valuable premium every day for the imbued in the religion of Christ health of the people and perhaps the tor Amorose club received an opportunity of seeing how hand- - Sample copieslargest Weekly to a question of dol- Â¬ safety of their lives should not reCourler Journu1 when it came of the will be sent free to any address Write to any other coun- Â¬ quire further admonition but should some he looks in a French officers lars and cents than costume and as he has lost none of try on the globe He praised the bo acted upon promptly and cheer- Â¬ his natural good looks he is emi Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky 334 MAIN STREET English for frowning upon and caus fully both by the citizens and those nently successmi impersonating a THE FRANKFORT KY ing a discontinuance of the New to whom the matter has been olllci handsome type of a French soldier York Herald in London on Sundays cially entrusted HOXrJNTDABOXJT The scenery and mechanical effects BKArwqtJixrrr tfOBTIKQUAHIirT The eagerness to amass wealth the NU THE to bo strikingly original and are said very effective and the costumes are ele WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL emigration of vast numbers of the Et S1iouai Be House worst classes of Europe and the gant specimens of the period will be sent one year to any address for 8190 necessity of millions to labor every Addiess J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps GEO A IKWIS day in the week or to suffer a loss of luirg Pa says ho will not be without Fninkfort Ky may mean per Â¬ br Kings New Discovery for Oon employment which CREAM haps distress or destitution for them uunption Coughs and Colds that it selves and families were referred to cured his wife who was threatened Woodford County Farm with Pneumonia after an attack of as among the most potent agencies LuGrippe when various other now at week undermining the vory remedies and several physicians had FOR SALE foundations of institutions of this done her no good Robert Barber of YEARS FOR IK not sold before tlnit date at private sale I country Whilst black slavery ho Uooksport Pa claims Dr Kings will oirur at public hale on the premises at JS2 Has led all Worm Remedies New Dlscovory has done him more oclock Kebruaiy 18 the farm ol I O Nmvbold said had been abolished in this good than anything he ever used for EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED deceased containing eljjhty acres three roods and twenty four square polos It is situated on the country the non observance of Sun Lung Trouble Nothing like it iSOHD EVERYWHERE and Frankfort pike llv and ono half Versailles miles from Frankfort and ono and one uunrter Prepaid bf IUC1UHDSUHTATI0RMED CO BT LOUIS day by the railroads newspapers Try it Free Trial Bottles at P II N railroad WfaOFOHACASE IT WILL NOT CURE g miles from Jett htutloti on L mails and other branches of business Cahirnters Drug Store 5Large The land has been In grass for a number of years oottlcs 50c and 1 00 Anntrrepublo Luxatlvo and NEItVE TONIC MANAGER In each city some of It for seven or ellit years There is a interests had practically made a white Sold by DriifTRlRtHor cent by mull 2uoG0e town and country place to four roomed house on It with cistern rlht at the and SLOOpor paekujro Samples free neighborhood convenience hiow samples of SIiohs Clothing Dress Goods door For location slavery that was far more reaching was k you to markets schools churches etc It Is llrst Watches Jewelry Silverware and have price Tlio Invorlto TOOTH T0WD2S and injurious in its perpetuation class Terms One fourth cash the romalider lists distribute Man or Lady can make J5ni cr tuo Teeth and IJreatu20c Send In worn out tako For sale by f vv ivieivee lamie at yearly payments of oau two and three years to 1000 per day DIGGS stamp for iulok answer lie felt that without that one day in j and CO to Louisville Ky six per cent Interest MHS N C LOEC1IEH Jan21 3m Feb 4 8t HALLS OLD STAND Juti 28 ly eeven for the husband to be with his BROWNS IRON BXTivS FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Infants P fe Â¬ Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society - Â¬ Fraqttl Furniture Hianntiirii Have opened Sale Rooms Ann Street near Christian Church Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ J CHIP JR I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i f i H MATTER J J J rii Â¬ unihr Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 Â¬ VERMIFUGE t 2 l Â¬ J If all fee WAITED i I jfetovpm tgfojSivMMasJ DIAMONDS C LOCK S WATCHES JEWELRY SILYERWARE Solid Silver Spoons Sterling Inlaid poons Forks Warranted 25 Years ROGERS Knives Forks w Spoons M A Selbert JEWELER MANKFORT ROUNDABOUT streets W I Frankfort Ky DR opposite the residence of Mr H Posey fronting forty six feet on Third and running back one hun Â¬ FRANKFORT FEB 18 189S dred and ninety feet with Main street to an alley for 1265 The N TIME TABLE L Doctor will commence the erection The following timo tnble is now in of a handsome two story residence ofloot npon the L fc N road something similar in architecture to the house erected by Mr Robert TBAINS NOBTH No 231oavesFrnnkfort 550 am Ohoate on West Broadway upon it No 17 leaves Frankfort 935 a m early next month No 21 leaves Frankfort 300 p m 735 pm No 19 leaves Frankfort Any Person TBAINB EAST Y M C A State Convention The great gathering of the year in the Kentucky Young Mens Christian Associations is the coming State Con- Â¬ vention which meets at Winchester February 23d to 26th The most varied and attractive program yet offered at any of the Kentucky Con- Â¬ ventions has been prepared Among the good things expected are Bible Studies by Rev H P Wil liams Editor Young Mens Era Chi- Â¬ cago and addresses on various phases of this young mens work by Mr F S Brockman International College Secretary Mr L L Doggett Secre- Â¬ tary State Committee Ohio Mr A T Stephens Assistant State Secretary Illinois Mr D A Sinclair Gen eral Secretary Dayton Ohio and Mr T A Hildreth General Secretary Indianapolis Indiana Besides these a number of business men college men and other workers from various sections of the State Rev will take part in the program Mark Collis of Lexington will de- Â¬ liver the opening address on What Can Young Men Do for the State of Kentucky Prof E S Fogg assist Â¬ by a male chorus will have charge ed of the singing of the Covention Special prominence has been given in the program of the Convention to the Young Mens Christian Association work in small towns Reduced railroad rates have been secured and the Winchester Associa- Â¬ It tion will entertain all delegates is expected that 300 delegates will be in attendance Pastors and Christian young men from towns where there is no Asso- Â¬ ciation will be welcomed and entertained as corresponding members Credentials will be sent tiiem on ap- Â¬ plication to tho State Secretary Any information desired about the Convention may be obtained by dropping a card to Henry E Rosevear State Secretary Kentucky Young Mens Christian Association 431 West Walnut street Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miaa few years as clerk and runner A handsome new banK will be erected by the Citizens Bank at an early date on the corner of Main and Poplar streets and before many months this active young banking institution with its strong directorv and canablo t otneers win occupy its own building splendid location Greenville in a W I KELLEY OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the i PKOEITI2S HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Democrat February 4 m Saturday Feb 25th 1893 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A V 1020 a m No 18 leavos Frankfort 440 p m No 20 leaves Frankfort 640 p m Ne 24 arrives Frankfort 855 pm No 22 leaves Frankfort Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Oinoinnati N03 23 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch W W Alexander Agent That is troubled with constipation can get immediate and permanent relief by using Dr Hales Household Tea One dose a day at bed time 25 and 50c packages at P H Carpen 4 ters drug store Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of advertised for the week ending February 18th 1893 Alexander Carrie Hahn W C Brown D E Jeflrs D G Jones E H Bond J M A gentleman in Union county Mo who is too modest a man to have his name mentioned in the newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Chamberlains Pain Balm after trying other medicines and treatments for thirteen years 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Druggist Â¬ 22 lm H McClure Â¬ Dr Hales Household Ointment An Old Valentine My wife looked oer a valentine And did not know that I was She read it over line by line letters near S I could not help but hear It made my pulses stir And lit the light of days lonK dead Twas one that I had sent to her The year before we wed Twas full of young loves fondest terms Without regard torlijnio or sense Possession dulled and planted germs Of wild Indifference I listened to the words T heard While Mm me suiprlsed me with its dart Twits longslnce I had oreathedi word Of love to that lone heart Then noiselessly I stepped behind Her clmlr and heard a sub of piln I have been blind 31y heart cried out And loe awoke again I dre her gentlj to my breast I soothed her khned her called her mine And all the love once more confessed Told In thai valentine George Blrdsejo In Brooklin Life What was IN MEMORY OP MISS CAS SIDY The Pounder of the Womans Plower Mission Who Died in Louisville l m m i ifr f i The prisoners in the penitentiary who have each year been visited by the ladies of the Flower Mission which Miss Jennie Cassidy of Louis ville instituted met in the chapel of the penitentiary last Sunday and adopted appropriate resolutions on the death of that highly esteemed Christian lady The preamble recites the following We have received in- Â¬ formation of the peaceful close of the beautiful life of our well beloved friend and benefactress Miss Jennie Cassidy of Louisville Ky under whose inspiration the blessed work of the Womans Flower Mission - was ordained bringing hope and con- Â¬ Kings Royal Gormateur solation to the thousands of unhappy Pre eminent the medicine of the men and women phenominal were signed by the century Itsfavorite with success as The resolutions a seller and the people following prisoners is the acknowledged wonder of the Based upon the medicine world J R Martin Committee Germ theory of Diseases it is unique Melvin Butler modern and at once popular com Â¬ Ohas F Wino mending itself as a necessary house- Â¬ M Pulliam Chn A hold remedy It advertises best by Hume Clay Secy Speoiflc for all Catarrhal its use diseases a Nerve Tonio and Blood I have sold Purifier A Good Record It is without doubt tho Chamberlains Cough Remedy for most reliable germ destroyer in ex Â¬ ten years says druggist E B Legg istence and to tlio extent that tho of vail la and have always war Â¬ germ theory is correct Kings Royal ranted it and nevor had a bottle re- Germotour is the remedy It is no turned During the past 90 days I accident but is the result of fifteen have sold twelve dozen and it lias years study of medical genius For given perfect satisfaction in every salo by Chapman Williams 19 It does not dry up a instance cough but loosens and relieves it It Miles Norvo and Livor Pills will cure a severe cold in loss timo than any other treatment 25 cetit Aot on a now principle rogulating 50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J tho liver stomach and bowels though 22 lm W Gayle Druggist the norves A new discovery Dr Milea Pills speedily cure biliousness Another Lot Sold bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ Co real tion Splendid for men women and Messrs L B Marshall children Smallest mildest surest estate agents sold for Col J Stod 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly dard Johnston on Friday of last J W Gayles Frankfort Ky week to Dr O II Reynolds tho lot on tho corner of Third and Main Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla Â¬ BantonMiss MamyLiors Miss Annie Burbridge Mrs Meehan Miss M McCoy Pleasant Mattie McQuillan Rev I Butler Matilda Barns Mrs Saley W Brown Mrs SusanMalcomb J W Meyers Mrs Em- P Cooksey Miss Hat- - ma Lie E McKee H O Murphy Dudley Cole Ed Campbelle Mrs Mcdonald Aus Marshall Charlie Ida L Dorris W W Mitchell Tommie Dillard MissCath- - Norman M Nunn Hon S O arine Dickerson Mar Powell J W Rust LaFayette shall Deane J Frank Rowlett Dr L P Dillon H RodmanRusey Miss Mat tie Dean Grant Soott Dion DeWitt May Ellis J P Scott Miss Annie Edwards Owsy Scalf AJ Grider Miss Josie Slai E R Giljoyce Miss Kat Steward Ellotte Southers John tio Goins Mrs Vurv Sawyer W A 2 Hardin Ma ster SorteTornser Taylor Miss Lydia Billy Hill Mrs Lon Thurman Miss Hoskey Marcellus Susie Hockday Misters Walkup John Worling Simon Marrier Harvey T h o m as W a r fl e 1 d Miss Tenny H Henderson R V When calling for these lottorssay ad Â¬ -- Is the finest remedy in the world cures catarrh It cures Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific Moores Poultry Remedy for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE different from all else superior to all JL market Postively prevents and cures else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes CHOLERA AND GAPES Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ More then pays for Its use In the extra produc8 ters drug store It absolutely David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS ofllceand residence is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone by addressing W I KELLEY M D 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE Frankfort J Hughes Frankfort Ky Ky Jas Â¬ Many Persons are broken down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the Iron Bystem aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine as tion of - - Browns Bitters Get a trial box CHAPMAN WILLIAMS S528 Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys aver and Bowels cleanses the sysÂ¬ Â¬ PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PEItrUMES TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES DRUB- April 9 ly Work Worry Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury will and Disease are a formidable trloyHt the weak person treiiuentlv his to meet all of t em at once How cm he overcome OxrotN and ours oulvi The countless demonstrations of 23 ears war rant this reply Our treatment N available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of these Â¬ Â¬ surely destroy As mercury the sense of smell and com- Â¬ pletely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufacturedby F J Cheney Co Toledo O con- Â¬ tains no mercury and is taken in- Â¬ ternally and acts directly upon the vertised blood and mucous surfacos of the J M Saffkll system In buying Halls Catarrh Postmaster Cure be sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and made in Co Karls Clover Root the new Blood Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Purifier gives freshness and clear- Â¬ flSySold by Druggist price 75 per 4 ness to the Complexion and cures bottle Consumption 25c 60c and 100 22 For sale by W McKee Hardie Citizens Bank The answer wltti our Comimdnd Dec 24 ly features k obv lous What about your need Abookuf Hxplinatlonand proof is yours to conlder If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 15 J Arch Street Philadelphia Pa tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro REAL ESTATE AGENT duced pleasing to the taste and ac 7lhL ESkcrcFZ w THI COURTS 0 ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its will also true pctnl attention to the puroha and sale of real eatata collection effects prepared only from the most and the eoUatioB of loans of rrnta elalae inriaui Tho stockholders of the Citizens healthy and agreeable substances its Bank met on Tuesday last and elected many excellent qualities commend it a Board of Directors composed of to all and have made it tho most Scientific American tho following able business men J 3fc Agency for D Smith Ed Holland Lyne Starling popular remedy known oyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Joshua Skinner Maj J A Deaton James Robertshaw and Abe Blum and 1 bottles by all leading drugOn Wednesday evening the board gists Any reliable druggist who met and re elected Maj J A Deaton may not have it on hand will pro President James Robertshaw Vice vj yv President and Cashier and Samuel euro it promptly for any ono who rs CAVEAT h il wishes to try it Do not accept any mm a mm C Bull Assistant Cashier The bank RNUG MARKS Ml is in splendid condition and is taking substitute DESIGN PATENTS COPVPinure giui - a position in the front ranks of CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO wy Southern oanicing institutions ot its CO sol IinoADWAY New Yonir MUNN SAN FRANCISCO CAL Oldest bureau for securing patents In Amorlca Mr Win S Hamilton re Â¬ capital LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK Kvery patent Â¬ Â¬ WM CROMWELL Â¬ JkS ji Â¬ tires as cashier after serving the bank faithfully for several years of his own accord because other mat Â¬ ters required a good portion of his time ana made it impossible for him to devote the attention to the bank that waB really necessary The elec- Â¬ tion of Mr Robertshaw to tho posi tion pf cashier places tho active busi Â¬ ness management of tho bank in the direct control of ono of the safest ablest bankers in tho South and moans continued prosperity to Tho promotion of Mr tho bank Sam 0 Bull to tho position of Assist ant Cashier is a dosorved compliment to a faithful affable capable young man who has made many friends for himself and tho bank during the past Â¬ Â¬ NY taken out by us Is brought boforo tuo public by a notlco given trco of chargo In tho stock varieties adapted to the South stosk war runted true to name Hlieril teunstolosul asents anil permanent employment to thost rhocnu work steady For pirtlculnrs aldress R o Cuase it Col42ttSo Peun Sq Ihlla Ia Ct RELIABLEMEN WANTED tor fruit and ornamental nursery tosoucit JfrMftc lHcmraw Lareest circulation of any sclcntlflo paper In tho Bplondldly Illustrated No world mau should bo without It Weekly lntellluont year j 1J0bIx months Address aitJNN310 a CO lUHUbUEiis 311 UroaUwuyNow Yorfc city Administrators Notice A Indebted to the estuteot R HLewis de Â¬ ceased are hereby notlilcd to come forward and settle at once and all thoe having claims against the estate ot said decedent are requested to pre sent musaine property uroten iq me tor settle- ment HAJ1 LEWIb Fob U lm Admr R D LEWIS LL IKHSONS KNOWINO THEMSELVES uiiisuaio rs ALL PERSONS Notice tMtate of John W PaMie deceased are hereby directed to present them to me properly proven according to lavs ami all tlioc tlmllni themselves Inuebted to said estate me remiptecl to come forward and settle HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST JiuiJS lm GEORGE L PAYNE Administrator Si V CALL AT BUCKLEYS -- ISTID SIBIE TIEEIE ZFXIbTIE STOCH C1 v CHINA GLASS QUEENS WARE EpwMfi swaps Kxraa MnttiKiuiaii TOY Religious Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D pastor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and at 7 p m TfTnX Ej- First Presbyterlvn Church w the Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow Southern Presbyterian Church 11 morning at oclock and at 7 pm Episcopal Church Rev E A the rector will occupy Penick his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 700 The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting assembles each Wednesday at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian church Every Sunday school teacher in the city is cordially invited to at- Â¬ tend usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor High mass at 8 a mlow mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p in UATttuLiu Church The Baptist Church Rev A D Mayo D D of Boston will occupy the pul Â¬ pit at 11 a m Services at 7 p m will be conducted by Rev W C Tay- Â¬ lor the pastor Sunday school at 930 a m chapel in the revival at the Methodist Church in this city beginning the first Sunday in March Dr Boiling is one of the most eloquent pulpit orators in the South and the people of Frankfort will enjoy a series of profitable services Â¬ Rev W T Boiling D D of Win- Â¬ chester will assist the pastor in a Rev H G preach to morrow Henderson will morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m In the evening Mr Henderson will deliver the sixth of the series of Women of the discourses upon Topic Dorcas The Helper Bible Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 630 in the class room Methodist Church Protracted service will commence in the Southern Presbyterian Church There will be services to morrow every night next week at 7 oclock and a service in the afternoon ab 3 oclock commencing on Monday The pastor will have Rev U Y Davis of Lawrenceburg to assist him in the Everybody is cordially in- Â¬ service vited to attend these meetings Chkibiiain Church Usual services to morrow at 11 and 7 conducted by Rev George Darsie the pastor The Creed Which Night subject Needs No Revision The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 620 The annual mass meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society will bo held in the Christian church a week from to morrow night the 20th and will be addressed by Prof J W Mc- Garvey of Lexington Even body an- ticipates a fine address Hul cee Durbin of New Albany In- Â¬ dian a daughter The Conditions Give the Prophets Keaman Monday to the wife of Reasons to Apprehend an Ohas Keaman a daughter Overflow ZFZK-aTICiAJRheumatism female complaint Â¬ The river at noon yesterday marked Brights disease constipation indi 14 feet by the bridge pier and was gestion paralysis all quickly relieved permanently cured by use rising at the rate of one inch an hour and wonderful Electropoise the 24 of the A hard and long continued rain set in Thursday night which it is said ex- Â¬ Farm For Rent AND DEALER IN- tended all the way to Jackson and The farm of thelate MikeMahoney perhaps throughout Eastern Ken Â¬ Glens Creek pike two tucky and the latest advices from lying near the half from Frankfort is miles and a the headwaters report a rise along offered for rent Apply to the under IPE AND FITTINGS ETO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK the entire length of the river The signed on the premises Mrs Margaret Mahoney GUARANTEED Ohio at Louisville is bank full and 24 lt Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY slowly which will prevent still rising this river from running out rapidly Shortsightedness and thereby increase the chances of BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE an overflow the prospects for which To waste your money on vile dirty are now thought by the river proph- Â¬ watery mixtures compounded by in- Â¬ have ets to be quite good Ten years ago experienced persons when youOttos the opportunity of testing this month the highest stage of wa- Cure free of charge Why will you ter ever known was reached by the continue to irritate your throat and Kentucky river the water soaked lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman Williams ground snow and rain falls and bank will furnish you a free sample bottle STout full Ohio being almost similar to the of this great guaranteed remedy XText present conditions However it will Hold a bottle of Ottos Cure to the July2 ly itsbeautiful golden take about eighteen feet more to carry light and observe heavy and thick 83rup Lar perhaps color packages and purest goods the water into the city and gest V A L H MARSHALL GAINES 45 before that elevation is attained the Large bottle 50c weather may turn cold and tend to check the rise that now threatens to Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria bring distress and suffering to the To Florida people by an overflow of the lowest districts The L N rajlroad will sell round Every one gives it the highest trip tickets to DeFuniak Springs to March 22 inpraise H Gradles Druggist Wal Florida February 18 Good returning clusive at 2400 nut and Allison streets Cincinnati until April 1U Account Florida ChauI sell Ohio says this of his trade my share of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup tauqua H B Logsdon and my customers that have used Agent of it in the this nrenaration sneak Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a highest terms Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage Real Estate Transfers A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Deaths Silas M Noel and wife to Capital oee Monday a telegram was Gas and Electric Light Company for Hul OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET received by Mr W B StefTee of 400 a lot on Petticoat alley this city announcing the death in Ernest Jones by John O Noel to Louisville of his kinsman Dr H C Crawford for 66 a tract of ten Eugene Hul cee acres Murray -- Mrs Lucinda C Murray Mo3es Webster and wife to Marine A FARM died near the Hemp Mill Wednesday Webster for 50 a tract of 13 acres and her remains were taken to Ben- Â¬ on Main Elkhorn 85 UY 200 FEET IN 7 ROOMS WITH A 210 OF CHOICK LaND OF South Frunkfort Is LOT olleuil lor sulo This OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED son and interred there Thursday good Frankfort Matilda Langford James A Lang property 1j In good repair unci U well located In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin L U MAUSIIALL CO Woodward Wednesday morning ford and Kittie Lewis to Rosa Ben Apply to county The Improvements consist of a brick At ents residence a tenement of 4 rooms a targe stock Mr Robert Woodward a brother-in-lanett for 100 and love and affection barn and all other necessary Improvements In of Mr Charles Zoeller died of a lot on the Versailles turnpike order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value consumption at the latters residence Good Possession given 1st of Mutch For further In N T Trimble and wife of Shelby A formation apply to near the George T Stagg cooper county to L B MARSHALL CQ Agents Le Cardwell for 1475 Nashville on the Louisville shops Frankfort Ky a tract of land three miles southwest 1 S OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wupplng htieet west ot Sir S B Holmes railroad The deceased was about 30 city lesldenee Tills propeny will be otteied as age unmarried a resident of of this years of bargain will lie sold In lots of 40 whole John O Russell executor of Mrs or 50 at a front toor It purchaser For terms suit feet this city for two years or more and a CO Agents L H MARSHALL apply to young man of excellent habits whose M A Russell to Mrs L M Maus for PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelby death will be mourned by a large cir 1500 house and lot in Cross street streets fcoutli Frankfort consisting of one large cle of friends The funeral took place South Side btlck lcsldcncoiiml ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the from Mr Zoellers home Thursday MURRAY Market ON us It unquestionably the best to be EXUM PROPERTY Faded jaded Â¬ 5 had In the city of If you wish a desirable locution street consisting of brick Rev H G Henderson of the Methtired overworked rooms and about two wiresu of landresidence prop tor u home wo would udvlse you to purchase one This women woak erty is ell located und on account of the large of the lots while they are to be had odist church officiating and the re- Â¬ norvous delicate lot will be a good Investment In uddltlon to mak L HMARSHALL CO mains were buried in the cemetery of HAI IJIIT Agents ing a ery desirable home For terms apply to CO L R MARSHALL These are the wo jMWSCT this city C AgentB men w are neP vMnX 5i V oq 10 neaitu ana Parker Mr Wyatt Parker an --y K FOR RENT strength by Dr old and prominent citizen of Elm Pierces Favorite ville this county died at his home Prescription Its a legitimate medi Â¬ on Monday last the 13th inst after BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 1HOMS WITH cine that corrects ground known as the Orphans Home OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF THE an illness of six months duration and cures a tonic that invigorates and builds 41 ACRES rooms property on Third street South Side This three property will be put in thorough repair us soon 100 acres of land with moderate Improvements aged about 76 years The deceased up a nervino that soothes und strengthens Apply to 220 acres of land of tine quality with tlrst cluss as rented do what makers it was born in Bath county but had Andit ifthoydoesnt want youritsmoney claim improvements CO Agts L B MARSHALL dont far tracts of land are located on a The above three functional derangements pain good turnpike road live and a half miles from been a resident of this county for For all the ful disorders and forty years The funeral took place afflict womunkind chronic weaknesses that Frankfort For terms apply to CO tho Prescription is a LB MARSHALL Agents on Tuesday the services being con- Â¬ safe and certain remedy a guaranteed one In female complaints of overy nature peducted by Rev Charles Ford anu THE RISING RIVER il uflf A HIE CLAISS EHf Plumber GasSteam Fitter -- Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosefs Â¬ WELL Â¬ SAPOLIO House Cleaning Are Quickly Married Try It In tf -- Â¬ A1 I L B MARSHALL anfl CO Â¬ Â¬ Heal Estate Insurance Â¬ flpis tffi ji m S - l Jll A Frame Cottage FINS J II Â¬ w hwestmenf Â¬ I 11 FOR SALE 1 U f1 FOR SALE Farms For Sale MA m Â¬ I Â¬ 1 lt 1 Farm For Sale OF 150 ACRE Births worker Supping isn Friday of laBtweek Electropoiso to the wife of Lambert Suppinger a All chronic diseases successfully daughter treated and cured by this wonderÂ¬ 24 DunuiNOn Sunday to Mrs Selena nodical pain internal mnammation ulceration lcucorrhea and all kindred ail ments if it fails to benefit or euro you have your money back No other medicine for women is sold on such trying terms If any could bo you may SMALL FARM OF FORTY ACRES OF GOOD be suro that it would be Is something else a good all In trass located which payH tho dealer better likely to be roud new land MILES troin Frunkforton Posses THREE just as goodr sion given Immediately FOR SALE Â¬ WITH MODERATE located on a good turnpike Most of this only two miles from Frankfort land Is In A FARM Improvements M A Eob 41 L D MARSHALL CO Ag3lts and would ralso good tobacco or make a good dulry furm CO Agents L B MARSHALL G iass 8c Tinrober i THE SHOOTING TOURNA Â¬ MENT A Good Attendance Including Many Visiting Crack Shots At Lake Park OFPICIAL SCORE Despite the disagreeable weather tho attendance at the shooting tourn- Â¬ ament at Lake Park Wednesday and Thursday was so large ib was found necessary to increase the number of matches All the local sportsmen and many visiting gunners in the State whoso names stand high on the scroll of marksmen were among those pres- Â¬ ent notably Messrs Williams of Mt Sterling ONeil of Lexington Richardson of Ireland of Paris Offutt Herndon Nicholasvillo Gaines Smith Ferguson Hicks and Wood of Georgetown Egelback of Louisville and Bell of Shelby The live birds were shot at 18 yards rise dead bounds of 80 yards and clay pigeons at 28 yards Dr Sprengle officiated as referee Andy Dennison had charge of the traps and Mr Oscar Willis was the scorer and stake holder The shooting began at 10 oclock and continued until dark with an intermission for a lunch which Belcher of Sower Ahlers had provided in a stand on the grounds In all ties when not other wise stated tho money was divided The following is the flrst days offi Â¬ cial score Â¬ Seventh Match live birds 15 en- Â¬ tries Berry and Shinkle winners Eighth Match clay birds 15 en Â¬ tries Ferguson R Church Gaines and Smith winners Ninth Match -- live birds 6 entries Herndon winner Tenth Match clay birds 15 entries Ireland Ferguson and Berry win- Â¬ ners Eleventh Match clay birds 15 en Â¬ tries R Church and Ferguson win Â¬ ners Twelfth Match clay birds 12 en tries T Church winner Thirteenth Match -- clay birds 15 entries Gaines winner Fourteenth Match clwy birds 4 en Â¬ tries Crutcher winnor Fifteenth Match clay birds 9 en Â¬ tries Iroland winner Sixteenth Match clay birds 10 en Â¬ tries Richardson winner Seventeenth Match clay birds spe- Â¬ cial match between R Church and ONeil for 5 n side ONeil win- Â¬ ner Eighteenth Match clay birds 6 en- Â¬ tries T Church and ONeil win Â¬ ners Nineteenth Match clay birds 12 entries ONeil and T Church win- Â¬ ners Twentieth Match clay birds 6 en- Â¬ tries ONeil winner Â¬ Matrimonial Mr John II Pfeffer and Miss Lucy Glass both of tho Tiger neighborhood were grant Â¬ Pfeffer - Glass w Pare m cKE Successor to V HAfiDgE H Hall ed license Wednesday to marry Smith Moore On Monday County Clerk Smith issued marriage licenses to two brothers living in the Antioch neighborhood to marry two sisters James W Smith and Miss Minnie Moore being one couplo and Jesse Smith and Miss Emma Smith tho other couple The double ceremony occurred Thursday at tho Antioch Church Rev George Darsle officiat- Â¬ ing The young men are- sons of Mr Mitchell Smith and the young ladies tho daughters of Mr N L Moore both being first cousins of County OlerkSmith - Drugs and Chemicals Patent Medicines Sundries Toilet Articles Combs Brushes u Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded all hours by C L GAYLE who is thoroughly at competent and reliable 206 St Clair Street Halls Old Stand FB A1TKFOHT K ly Jan 21 V l- - It S fi mEfc V i g I- K to v j- Til The senior proprietor of this paper has been subject to frequent colds for some years which was sure to lay him up if not doctored at once He finds that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is reliable It opens the secretion relieves the lungs and re- Â¬ First Match 6 clay birds 7 entries stores the system to a healthy condi- Â¬ 1 each ONeil first Richardson tion If freely used as soon as the cold has been contracted and before second Second Match 9 clay birds 6 en- Â¬ it has become settled in the system tne and tries 2 each R Church flrst Rich it greatly lessens singleattaclc what Cant be beaten Mr J G Wifctig often cures in a day ardson second would otherwise have beena severe Blue Mound 111 writes I have Northwestern Hotel Reporter used Salvation Oil with wonderful Third Match 3 live birds 6 entries cold 25 and 50 cent success for inflamatory rheumatism 3 each T Church and Crutcher Des Moines Iowa bottles for sale by J W Gayle in my foot It cannot be beat first R Church second 22 lm Druggist Fourth Match 9 clay birds 13 en- Â¬ Social Events tries 2 each Herndon Williams R Dr Mayo at the Baptist Church Church flrst Gaines Mastin Ireland The Tuesday Evening Euchre Club To morrow morning the distin Â¬ second was entertained this week by Mr and Fifth Match 3 live birds 12 entries guished Dr A D Mayo of Boston There were 3 each Ireland Offutt Smith flrst Mass will preach at the Baptist Mrs Thos J Brislan four tables and four prizes The first Church on How to Kindle the Fire ONeil second Sixth Match 9 clay birds 11 en- Â¬ a sermon about the children Dr prize a gold mounted pearl handle pen holder was won by Mr Thos B tries 2 each Williams ONeil T Mayo was for many years the able Newman the second prize a gold Church Crutcher Herndon first Ire- Â¬ editor of the New England Journal of Education the ablest educational plated orange set by Mr John A land second Brislan the gentlemans booby by Seventh Match 6 clay birds 15 journal of our country and is widely Mr Harry B ODonnell and the to day as a vigorous writer an entries 2 each Herndon Gaines known ladys booby by Mrs P H Newman flrst Crutcher second Herdon won able lecturer a progressive educator Â¬ and an eloquent preacher Speaking Besides those mentioned the followflrst money in shoot off H Newman present Eighth Match 12 clay birds 13 of the Womans Movement in the ing were Mrs Thos Mr PNewman Mr M Mr and entries 2 each Williams Richard- Â¬ South he says in a recent paper we and Mrs John B Weitzel Mrs H B s son Nickles Mastin flrst Ferguson are hearing of great things and I have seen in my numer- ODonnell Mr and Mrs Ben Marshall second Williams and Mastin tied in ous visitations something of the vast and Mr and Mrs Jos G Schweers shoot off and divided first last named couple will entertain Ninth Match 3 live birds 13 en Â¬ mineral treasures of the South al- Â¬ The tries 3 each Smith Ferguson Rich Â¬ most undiscovered before the year tho club next Tuesday evening at 1860 now promising to surpass the their home on Arlington Heights ardson flrst Gaines second Miss Kate Sanders entertained at Tenth Match 12 clay birds 15 en Â¬ richest deposits in any land But the tries 2 each Mastin T Church one mine from which the South will progressive euchre Tuesday night an Smith flrst Crutcher Ireland sec Â¬ gather pearls beyond any price in impromptu gathering of her friends the upward lift of its enlarging des- Â¬ in the neighborhood Refreshments ond Eleventh Match G pair clay birds tiny through the years to come is were served after tho game Those 9 entries 52 each Crutcher flrst the marvelous treasure house of its present were Mr E M McHenry The knight of Mrs Irene Macfarland Mrs C E young womanhood ONeil second Twelfth Match 18 clay birds 9 en- Â¬ five centuries ago in Europe was a Colahan Major and Mrs L C Nortries 85 each T Church ONeil Ire Â¬ stalwart brother clad in cumbrous man Mrs D M McHenry Mr Rob- Â¬ brass or sheathed in shining steel ert Burns Wilson Mr and Mrs A F land flrst Smith second 12 clay birds 14 ready to break his own heart or crack Respess and Miss Sue McHenry Thirteenth Match entries 2 each T OhurcTi ONeil his rivals head in behalf of a bloom- Â¬ The hop at Woitzels Hall Monday ing damsel who could probably Nickles flrst Mastin second thor- Â¬ night Fourteenth Match 9 clay birds 12 neither read nor write but whom oughlywas well attended and ladies by the young enjoyed entries 2 each Shinkle Crutcher ho adored as queen of love and beau- Â¬ and gentemen who engaged in the flrst six tied for second and Mastin ty The American knight of to day is a fine young fellow in citizens dance to the sweet stains of music won in shoot off Fifteenth Match 3 live birds 6 dress who gives his hand with his from Wolfs orchestra The visitors were of entries 2 each Ireland flrst Shin- Â¬ heart and pocket book in it to his Misses Miss Ella Wollums andMidway Dorah Belle Hannah little sister his pretty cousin or his kle second Smith ofVersailles Miss Willie StoneSixteenth Match 9 clay birds 9 en Â¬ youngish maiden aunt saying go tries 2 each -I-reland ONeil first dear to the university and study to of Georgetown Miss Wills of Ohris your hearts content and when you tiansburg and Miss Maggie Quinn of Richardson second Seventeenth Match 9 clay birds 7 come home with your diploma in Jetts Station entries 2 each ONeil flrst Ireland your reticule well crown you queen The reception at tho Executive of love and beauty and princess of Mansion Tuesday night was largely Richardson second All are invited to hear him attended both by the Legislature and Eighteenth Match Same as 17th light many visitors from other cities Those ONeil R Church flrst Crutcher T Free treatment for 20 days at Elec who assisted Gov and Mrs Brown and Church second 311 Lewis street op Nineteenth Match 9 clay birds 4 tropoiflo Rooms posite State House Office hours 9 to Misses Birdie Susan and Evelyn entries 5 each -- ONeil flrst Ire- Â¬ 1130 a m 130 to 530 p m and 645 Brown to receive were Judge and land Richardson second Ireland to 830 at night Mrs H Thos HInes Judge and Mrs won in shoot off Caswell Bennett Dr and Mrs John Government Gougor Young Brown jr Gen and Mrs A Crutcher and Ireland shot three matches miss and out for 5 a side J Gross Col and Mrs J W Head Mr Joseph H Bailey of this city won them all ley Mr and Mrs Goo L Willis Mrs Ireland was appointed a U S Gaugor on M B R Day Missos Rose Critten SECOND DAY Thursday Mr Bailey is an old hand Tho following is the official score of at tho business having held the same den Sarah H and Carrie Holt Jennie Gaines Henrietta Blackburn Laura the second day position under the administration of Pepper Christine Reynolds Maggie First Match clay birds 5 entries President Arthur Taylor and Annie Headloy ONeil and R Church winners How to Cure aCold Second Match -- clay birds 9 entries Tho Gorman at the Capital Hotel Hall winner ball room Friday night of last week Simply take Ottos Cure We know was tho most beautiful dance which Third Match livo birds 10 entries of its astonishing cures and that it the club has given this season It Richardson winner will stop a cough quicker than any was a Japanese Gorman tho decora Fourth Match live birds 10 on- - known romody If you have Asthma Bronchitis tions consisting of lanters fans and tries Crutohor R Church and ONeil Consumption or any disease of tho parasols tho favor table presided winners throat and lungs a low doses of this ovor by Miss Madge McDowoll of Fifth Match live birds 11 entries great guaranteed remody will sur Â¬ Lexington Mrs Clay Hatchott of Crutcher Hall Ireland and It Church prise you If you wish to tryitcallat our store Scott county Mrs R P Poppor and winners Sixth Match livo birds 13 entrios on MainBtreot and wo will be pleased Mrs L P Tarlton resting under a you u bottle free of cost Orutchor Hall ONeil Smith and T to furnish Japanese oanopy Souvenirs ofoxo- and that will prove our asBortlon Church winners dlzod silver paper knives wero givon Chapman Williams 45 I Â¬ now-a-dayÂ¬ Thursday evening juBt about dark two couples entered the county clerks office and procured licenses to marry One couple were Wm Collins and Miss Rachel Eddy and tho other Jack Roach and Miss Annie B Clark The services of Esquire John W Bo hannan were called into requisition and in a few moments both couples were made happy All the contracting parties were from the country Koop Macklin As announced in last weeks issue the marriage of Miss Jane Macklin daughter of Mr A W Macklin of this county to Mr Wm E Koop a prominent merchant of Louisville took place on Valen- Â¬ tines day at tho Providence Church at Woodlake at 1230 oclock p m Rev E S Alderman officiating The happy couple after a trip to Florida will make their home in Louisville Â¬ Collins Eddy and Roach Clark JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO Have Removed From the Batzel Building TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital HnteL BSTThey will fill tins space with an entire new advertisement in a short time jr to the ladies Mr Robert P Pepper Populist Convention and Miss Christine Reynolds led The members of the Populist JParty and Mrs D W Lindsey Mrs W F in Franklin county are requested to Dandrldge and Mrs U Keenon were meet in mass convention at the the chaperones court house in the city of Frankfort on Saturday next February 25th for the purpose of nominating a candi- Â¬ Wot a Candidate date to represent Franklin county in The report having been circulated the Legislature B Bridgeeord W that Judge Thos M Card well of Chn Co Com Harrodsburg would make the race Frank Peffer Secretary for Senator from this district as a o Â¬ Republii an candidate we are author Those who have given up all hope ized to state that the Judge is not and of recovery call or address Manager will not be a candidate for the posi- Â¬ Electropoise 311 Lewis street oppo- Â¬ tion at the special election next site State House All correspondence 24 confidential Tuesday 1 Candidate For Senator NOTIC Â¬ Mr Jack C Sutherland of Ander- Â¬ PEEN APPOINTED EXECUTOR OF son county has been nominated by HAVINGwill of my father Thomas Brewer notice Is hereby given for all creditors or his es the Populist party as a candidate for tate to produce and prove their claims for pay RILEY t REWEK Exr Senator in this district to fill the ment 18 lt Feb vacancy occasioned by the promotion of Judge William Lindsay to the NOTICE United States Senate and will make the race against Hon E H Taylor FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT the Democratic candidate Wm ClIUHCUS Adhu PlHlntllf Â¬ Teachers Attention All the teachers of the county both public itnd private are requested to meet at the court house in the city of Frankfort on Saturday March 11th at 11 oclook a m for the pur- Â¬ pose of considering the propriety of making an educational exhibit at the Columbian Exposition in Chicago WjiCnupcus Hunts Ac Defendants All persons having claims against Wm Church deceased or hi estate are hereby notltled to pre Â¬ sent their claims to me proven as required by law or prove them before me on or before the 2 th dav of March 193 vs V Feb W 11 18 Ct Commlsslonei F POSEY C C Chesapeake NEW YORK TON BOSTON Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ Â¬ McHenry Rhoads SuDt City Schools Thos Hunter PHILADELPHIA Supt County School and all Eastern Gitiei A Horrible Railroad Accident has died with Consumption whereas if he or she had taken Ottos Cure for Throat and Lung disease in time life would have been rendered happi- Â¬ Heed the er and perhaps saved warning If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs Williams and get call at Chapman a trial bottle free Large size 50c 45 0 Shortest Is daily chronic in our papers also the death of some dear friend who Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST BOUND 1892 Lve Lexington Atlanta Express No 22 dally 710 am Midland Accom No 2ti dally ex Sun HMO a m Vestlbuled Express No 2J dally 010 p m Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun525r m - because persons who once try Dr Bulls Cough Syrup always buy it again that its sales have become so enormous The success of this great Iemedy in curing cold cough croup and sore throat is simply mar- Â¬ velous W It is No Bus transfers H W FIIL LER deul Pass Agt Arr Lexington Lexington Jccom No 27 dally ex Sun755 a m Louisville Express No 21 dally 1240 p si Lexington Accom No 25 dally exSun4 15 p m Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 610 p m Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change WEST BOUND Washington D C Asst C B RYAN GenM Pass Agt Cincinnati O Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria LOITOLE IflVILLE E R Â¬ Democratic Thousands WILL WITNESS THE INAUGURATION I The quick and direct route from Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and tlfty miles The road to Washington ot f e r I n g the SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And the only route Kreutest In jtrs Â¬ ILtll WKk Miff 3fB JgaaTViM i ducements In tho way of scenery histor Â¬ ic Interest tuul train service Is tho Chesa peake mid Ohio w h l c h lty passes through the buttlellelds ot Virginia unit Â¬ WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS If you are going to emigrate to Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is the CHEAPEST AM BEST ROUTE No change of cars to plcturesiiuo regions ot America the only Dining Car Train All through trains lighted with electricity and heated with steam For lowest excursion rates and complete Infer mutton apply to nearest ticket agent or address 0 H RYAN Asst ienl Passenger Agt Cin Â¬ cinnati O West Virginia tuul the most Tho K K V Is Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleans For further Information address C P AT1MORE G P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T A A GreatOfFIRE Sale X000 Pairs JEANS PANTS 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 DATS Bargains as you never saw before in jeans pants sold everywhere at LOT 10 100 pairs Covingtons 8125 fire price 75c 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 vE considered big value at 200 fire price 100 LOT 1750 500 pairs of the best all wool jeans pants sold in America and Worth 175 fire price 125 LOTS 46 and 80200 pairs of the finest grade of merino doeskin pants made returns everywhere at 250 fire price 150 Crutch er -- Starks aoRtoaas - - THE LOCAL CONFERENCE Committee to Arrange for Weekly Meetings With a View to EsÂ¬ tablishing a Y M C A in This City the local conference of representa Â¬ tives of the Young Mens Christian Association was held in this city at the various churches Saturday and Sunday The meetings were well attended and addresses made by Mr H E Itosevear State Secretary Rev George Simmons of Louisville Mr W P Daum and Dr Stucky of Lex-Â¬ ington About thirty young men from the various churches agreed to enter upon a work for young men and to hold weekly meetings every Sunday afternoon with a view to establishing a Young Mens Christian Association An executive commit- Â¬ in this city tee representing each of the protest ant churches composed of the fol- Â¬ lowing young men was appointed to arrange for these mettings viz Hervy W Berryman James R Banta W A Bull Neville Garrett Edward Drano and Charles Pryor The com- Â¬ mittee met Wednesday night at the residence of Mr Banta and elected the following officers H W Berry man Chairman J R Banta Secre Â¬ It tary and W A Bull Treasurer was arranged the first Young Mens Union Meeting should be held in the lecture room of the Christian Church 230 at afternoon to morrow All young men interested oclock in the establishment of a Young Mens Christian Association In this city are cordially invited to attend As announced in last weeks issue J breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet Pills cured him Salem N J is another witness who twenty years Buffered with Heart Disease was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately after using the New Cure he felt bet- Â¬ ter and could lie down and sleep all night and is now a well man The New Cure is sold also a free book by W Gayle 2 well known citizen Pa who for years had shortness of of Glen Rock LOUISVILLE KET TOBACCO MAR Â¬ DURRETT The Electropoise Kentucky Midland Ey Shortest and aiilckeat between FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE The City Schools The Hartford Herald of this State has a correspondent in this city who in last weeks issue of the paper speaks in the following compliment- Â¬ ary terms of the Frankfort City To one interested in the Schools cause of education the Frankfort city schools are both instructive and enA large three story tertaining building costing with its equip- Â¬ ments 30000 and perfect in all its parts from base to dome an aids c used by the teachers are the most modern and improved Most especially was I pleased with the kindergarten department in charge of Misses Pago and Logan and I long to see the day when all our schools will have a kindergarten depart- Â¬ ment for it is no longer doubted by even the most skeptical that it is a Â¬ great success Strong Witnesses Oats Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Phil Carpenter 8 Bucklons Arnica Salvo The best salvo in the world for ly For Sale or Rent Mv dwelling- Amonc the thousands of testimoni- al8 of cures by Dr Junes xsew neart Douse on Ann street finro is that of Nathan Allison a tf J T Buckley Jft I ing extreme pain all the time had no rest day or night but little appetite and was apparently sinking rapidly Now she says towards the grave she has had eight weeks of perfect sleep rest and freedom from all pain Her appetite is good she walks with- Â¬ out crutch or cane and declares she is well What is more -- she says the cold weather does not affect her She year following quotations fairly rep Â¬ says she is comfortable while others The resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ are shivering these cold days I have have heard others speak quite aB well bacco 1892 crop and favorably of the Poise and Trash dark or damaged 5 50 others again say they are little bene Â¬ 3 50 tobacco But my kinswoman says 8 00 fited by it Common Oolory trash 5 50 those who have not gone strictly by Medium to good colory 8 00 It is a mystery to me 10 00 the directions trash 8 00 almost a miracle Common lugs not colory 7 00 Yours truly 10 00 8 00 Common Colory lugs J I Rogers Medium to good colory 10 00 12 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 With tho Electropoise wo treat all 16 00 diseases known to the medical pro 14 00 Medium to good loaf 10 00 20 00 fession without medioines Good to fine leaf It does Select or wrappery not cost you a cent to consult us and 25 00 we may be able do you good 20 00 tobacco Owing to increased patronage we have again been compelled to in Â¬ Put Money in Thy Purse crease our quarters and we have now fitted up rooms for the treatment Always of a limited number of patients who How Save doctors bills keep on hand a bottle of that finest desire to put themselves directly un Â¬ of remedies Dr Halos Household der our treatment whore we can Cough Cure to alloy the first irrita Â¬ give them personal attention De- Â¬ tion caused by a cold Dont think scriptive pamphlets free Call at you can fix up something just as good office 311 Lewis street oppoeite when for 25c or 50c you can have State House N S Hill Manager the result of years of practice and experience expended in making this o preparation absolutely tho best For Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla 4 sale by P H Carpenter Â¬ v Sales on our market for the week justclosed amountto 4350 hhds with receipts for the same period of 4771 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 20900 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to date 29451 hhds Receipts and offerings on our mar Â¬ ket this week have been exceedingly large again and prices have been irregular and somewhat weaker on the common and medium grades of tobacco and the per cent of rejec- Â¬ tions hns been larger than usual The offerings of the week embraced some extra good leaf which sold at satisfactory figures the prices for such ranging from 18 to 24 The crop is moving very rapidly and there seems to bo a disposition to plant an unusually large crop this Rev John I Rogers the well known The following testimonial Christian itself evangelist from CINCINNATI speaks for Only 1893 AND FRANKFORT l direct lino between Manager Electropoise Lexington Ky Frankfort dear biR You ask as to the euect yon two months ago Well as I told you the lady friend and kins woman for whom I purchased it was afflicted with sciatic rheumatism so she could not walk or stand alone was suffer Â¬ Danville Ky January 2 Georgetown Maysville and Paris Fal Â¬ Car s M i of the Electropoise which I got from lisle Cynthiana Covington mouth and It MIDLAND A i ASK FOR TICKETS YIA KY w TRAINS HUH B CENTRAL STAtDAdD TIME 12 Witt M 1 1 TIME TABLE DEC I A M I TRAINS E AST Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Iv Lv Lv Ar A Frankfort Summit Elkhorn Swltzer stumping Ground No No 3 P M No 7 12 45 600 600 618 632 630 644 662 666 709 718 723 737 I Ull Elizabeth Purls Duvall JoluiHon Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centruvllle B 110 416 421 430 445 452 459 5 0B 1255 C A 515 527 585 540 560 M I 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 320 330 345 TRAINS WEST Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar No 2 MlfMU No 4 V M No8Nol2 527 463 44g 425 Newtown U S Depot Georgetown Paris Elizabeth Centervllle B loiinson Duvall ArStuinilJugGrounU Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit A Ar Frankfort A connects with L B connects with Q C 1035 1042 1048 1110 1116 1122 1130 N C C 820 833 838 847 000 10 55 632 642 640 654 701 710 717 723 730 744 750 756 800 M6 f 1 tra J m 652 705 715 765 810 820 830 735 connects with and L S K The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information applyto their nxrents 0 D BKR0AW E B WE1TZEL City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GKU B HARPER Geu Supt Utl Awdiv