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The VOL XVI Mmfobt Latest U S Govt Report JAMES H SWANGO Bound about TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY FEB 25 1893 A Compliment to Frankfort in Award of Honor to him at Cen Â¬ tre College Wed- Â¬ 25 Highest of all in Leavening Power Rfel lJJ U1J I Â¬ Â¬ absolutes pure ssm Bakin Powder BHEEk Â¬ nesday At the celebration of Washingtons birthday Wednesday at Centre Col- Â¬ lege Danville Mr James H Swango of this city formerly of Hazel Green Wolfe county and son of Judge G B Swango Register of the Land Office was awarded the honor of represent- Â¬ ing the college at the State Oratori- Â¬ cal contest that will take place at Lexington this year The award was made after a com- Â¬ petitive contest in which Mr Swan Â¬ go Claude M King of Danville Jas L McWilliams of Louisville and Lem H McHenry of Hartford were engaged Mr Swangos topic was The Plutocrat and the judges were Hon John W Hughes of Harrods burg Col Wm Welch of Stanford and Mr Lucian Noel of Lancaster This is the second time this honor has come to Frankfort Mr Martin D Hardin securing it last year and to merit it after a contest with the most eminent scholars is a high tribute of praise to the oratorical powers of the recipient whose many friends here naturally feel a pride in his ac- Â¬ complishments and success It May Be YOD NOW NEED Wire Door Mats Shovels Pokers Or Coal Hods k X V if 1 M TTTT PTTV fnTTWPTT P9tition of tho Citizens Co operative XJnLCJ ijJLJL X lLi Licht Company with tho recommen dation that an ordinance should not The Defeat of the Citizens Co- be passed Mr Swigert stated that operative Light Company Propo- Â¬ the committee had made a full investigation of the matter and learned sition and Standard Time that if an ordinance should be adopt- Â¬ Again Considered ed it would involve the city in ex pensive litigation with the Capital AN IMPORTANT MEETING Gas and Electric Light Company A At the meeting of the city council unanimous vote thereupon refused Tuesday night all the members were to grant the request in the petition present with the exception of James Mr Ellwanger from the health N Miles who was ill and unable to committee reported a resolution to the effect that in the controversy attend by a large num- over the office of city physician beA petition signed ber of the business men asking for the tween Dr Alvin Duvall and George vrepeal of the order of the council to Ohinn the council recognize the enforce the ordinance to prevent claim of Dr Ohinn and not that of vehicles from being kept on the Dr Duvall It was adopted streets was presented when Mr Mc Mr Miles moved that the clock Olure offered an amendment to the keepor be directed to turn the clock A Good Record I have sold ordinance to except the transient forward to sun time and Mr Swigert Chamberlains Cough Remedy for trade from the provisions The then moved to lay that motion on the ten years says druggist E B LeggÂ¬ la amendment was adopted by a vote of table Mr Swigerts motion did nob of Vail it andand have always warnever had a bottle reranted seven to one Chairman Milam being prevail and on the motion by Mr turned During the past 90 days I Miles the vote stood yeas Messrs have sold twelve dozen and it has the negative voter Mr Wm Cromwell in behalf of the Milam Miles Furr and Watson nays given perfect satisfaction in every a It does not dry Messrs Swigert GrayMcClure and instance but loosens and rolieves up It Frankfort Furniture Company recough it quested the council to defer the col- Ellwanger Tho motion was there- Â¬ will cure a severe cold in less time than any other treatment 25 cent lection of the city taxes against that fore lost indefinitely in order that council bodes ill 50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J company This action of the 22 lm authority may be had after the pass for standard time and it is probable W Gayle Druggist age of the third class charters by the the first full meeting of the board will DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS Legislature for the exemption of the order the change back to sun time company from taxation for five years despite the general acceptance of the To Nominate a Candidate to SucA letter was read to the council from former system in nearly every city in ceed Hon E H Taylor jr in the board of trade of Muncie Indi Â¬ th3 United States the House ana in which great inducements Twenty dollars were appropriated The Democratic County Committee were offered the company to remove on motion of Mr Gray for the on Monday ordered preefnet mass their plant to that town As it is the Louisiana fiood sufferers intention of the council to grant the The council then cleared the lobby meetftigs for this afternoon at two exemption later a motion that the and for thirty minutes were in secret oclock for the purpose of selecting request for a postponement of city session as a committee of the whole delegates to a convention to be held taxes against the company was after which they adjourned to meet at the court house Monday to nomi Leave wbb given the f- again next Tuesday night when the nate a candidate to succeed Hon E adopted committee to examine the bids for the work house will be H Taylor jr the member of the inance House from this county The only reports of the city officers before i opened announced candidates for the Dem- Â¬ to the council their presentation Mrs R C Rhea ocratic nomination are Mr Charles The claim of Mr D M Woodson Â¬ H Julian and Mr L J Cox for 54 for work performed in sur Of Milford Neb says she suffered veying the route for the street rail- Â¬ greatly from a complication of dis Â¬ Examining Board Appointed eases of female weakness and liver road was allowed An ordinance amending the ordi- Â¬ and kidney troubles Her health was Messrs Harry Rogers Thos R using Dr Hales nance granting the right of way to fully restored bythe most pleasant Todd and Miss Emma Morris have Household Tea the street car company was reported and effective medicine known 25c been appointed by the Post Master by the street committee without any and 50c per package at P H Carpen Â¬ General as an examining board 1 Theamend ters drugstore expression of opinion under the Civil Service act to ex Â¬ mentfgrants the company the privi MISS SALLIE THEOBALD amine applicants for positions in the lege to haul freight On motion of post office in this city Mr Swigert the matter was post- Â¬ The Company in Which She Plays What Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has poned until next Thursday night Will Appear at Lexington done for others for nearly two genera Co of B J Nickles The license To night ions it will do for you If you will was fixed at 30 try it once you will be convinced Hoyts Company in a Hole in the that it is the best family medicine Mr Miles of the work house com- Â¬ Ground in which Miss Sallie Theo- Â¬ and you will never be without it mittee reported that tho jailer had agreed to take city prisoners at a bald of this city plays will appear On to Washington fixed rate and recommended that in at the opera house in Lexington to- Â¬ the future all such prisoners arrested night As Manager GaineB could notÂ¬ On March 1st and 2d the Kentucky will sell after dark if arrested nearer the jail arrange for the compnnys appear- Midland Railway return atticket to Washington and 1525 than the work house be lodged in ance in this city he is enterprisingÂ¬ good to return until March 8th LexTho report was adopted enough to run a special train to the jail Leave Frankfort 410 p m arrive at arrangement precludes the ington for the occasion This will on Washington 2 p m Returning leave This necessity for a station house in the able all vho wish to witness Miss Washington at 3 a pm m arrive in Frankfort at 1130 old bridge property as first contem- Â¬ Theobalds performance to obtain a C DBercaw reserved seat and go to and return plated GPA Mr Miles from the same commit- Â¬ from Lexington that night It is said tee reported favorably an ordinance that a large number of citizens have creating thejpfllce defining the duties secured tickets since Wednesday the and fixing the salary of a city engi- - day the roserved seats were first neer Tho ordinance was passed and placed on sale in thiB city which Mayor Tobin who was present im- together with the sales of seats in mediately affixed his signature to it Lexington insure the company a Tho new officer will superintend the crowded house Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore construction of all street work and Throtit Sold bv all Drucciits on a Guarantee Glad Tidings For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shlloha Porous see that the work house inmates are Plaster will give crest fatNfaction 35 cents properly cared for He will receive The grand specific for tho prevail SHILOHS VITALIZE a salary of fifty dollars a month ing malady of tho age Dyspepsia Mrs T S Hawkins Chattnnoogn Tenn Bays ShilohaVitaltzcr WAVED MY LIFE An election for a commissioner was Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos consider itthcbestrcmcduforadeblUlatedsiistern I tiveness General Debility etc is I ever used For Dyspepsia Livor or Kidney then announced in order and tho Aunt Fannys Health Rostoror This troublo It oxcola Price 75 ota following 8 names wore presented great herbal tonic stimulates the Joseph II Bailey Jerry Brislan and digestive organs rogulates tho sys Â¬ HILOHVIlCATARRH W P Ely Tho first ballot gave Mr tem to vigorous health and energies REMEDY free Largo packages 50o Bailey flvo votes and ho was declared Samples Chapman Williams 46 Hnvo vou Catarrh Try thla Remedy It will Sold by duly elected rollovo und Cure you Prloo 60 cts Thla In joetor for lta successful treatment is furnish od Three gas lights on both upper VOXl DYSPEPSIA f reo Bblloha Kemedloa aro sold by us on a Indigestion and Stomach disorders talio guarantee to givo satisfaction Main and Wilkinson streets were or Â¬ flllOWNM IRON UITTISHS 81 per bottle has For sale by W McICee Hardie Genuine All dealers keep It dered erected Jnn 28 ly HALT8 OLD STANP roported the trado marJt ana crossed red lines on wrapper Thq gas committee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Best and Cheapest to be had From M P GRAY Hardware Merchant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ July 30 ly Â¬ 4 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAJtrAAAAArJtrAWr 4 t WOOD V V- V W11 MTELS t VT BROWER unsurpassed assortment for the Spring Trade now on exhibition in w m COTT FRAZEE Bitfseue Hiapie Bircli o Â¬ deny I llfjffsHiLOHSJI Â¬ Main and Broadway LEXINGTON 9fir KY Â¬ A A A A iftt fl A ft UV j4 From the most cele brated mantel mak Â¬ ers in the United States all the pop ular finishes Complete stock of high grade Tiles for Hearths and Pac ings Grates and Trimmings Fire Brick c Builders and Contractors are cordially invited to examine our line and get prices Â¬ Â¬ i An Expert Mantel Setter Employed i i Satisfaction and Lowest Prices Guaranteed S jjl BE0WEE SCOUT FBAJEE i i CARPETS FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES i piVlfVlVVVWVVl1JllVllUlVlVlVllVlVVlVlUliUl i i vL KQ4jk rVHUMHnL V zAth 2rilm bLKtMLA WjBHutflBHBHHnV flBHHMRHMHSPVwnHPBHMHiHHnVlwisjhw Jik 4 ISSBSfaKKZl JLj HK1S BZugraa VCtiVXSt m BHH89H Gsftkx cJtaa xi HAXr 5 6j 7 and Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Harries 50 els tdiMflHonnv V I 1m m 11 m JLOOOO close out as follows We will HB mSf TS Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Ke 190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Distons Hand Saw 110 Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 37 cents per box Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at Si 45 Williams Paint at Si 45 per Sherwin gallon WE BIF fflsssE mifijHa towsssp KK3Tst Mrar b m kb Li nni c wss 0bP 1UV iBferfK3a BS wi -- 31L 83 uAnH We make the following cash Prices Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 0j4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent oft list Collar Pads 35 cts Collars 125 Grate Baskets 4 cts per poind Milburn Wagons Iron Rfing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddle Hlting Hose Coupling Iron Seel Wagon Mateiial Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbeil and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed O its Field and Garden Seed And a full line of GENERHL HRRDWHRE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE gor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr E L Armstrong was in Cin- Â¬ cinnati Wednesday Judge R P Samuel of New Castle was here Wednesday Miss Maggie Taylor visited in Lexington this week Mr George Semones visited friends in Louisville this week Mr Pickett Woodson has taken up his residence in the city Ex Gov S B Buckner was in the city a few days this week Miss Mary Haly is visiting the Misses Weaver in Louisville Mrs Wallace Shelby of Lexington is visiting Mrs A F Respess Miss Susie McDowell went to Dan- Â¬ ville Monday to visit her relatives Mrs A E Stephens is visiting Mr Adam Stephens at Glendale Ohio Mrs Harry Goodman of Louisville is the guest of Miss Minnie Van Der Q V A COLL Opposite the Farmers Bank THIS HANDSOME will occupy her dwelling on Lewis whole face of the country being deeply wrapped in snow which was street Capt Wm Horton of Madison In- Â¬ still falling He expects to return early next week diana was here Tuesday Mr Gilbert Mastin returned Wed- Â¬ Misses Laura and Maria Pepper are nesday from a sojourn of four months home from a visit to friends in Lex- Â¬ Reed Rocker Large size only ington Miss May Cromwell after a visit to friends in Lexington returned home Monday Miss Mayme Gaines was home for a few days the first of the week from her school in Louisville Mrs T H Bradley of Georgetown was here this week visiting her mother Mrs L F Woods Miss Christine Reynolds returned home Tuesday from a visit to Mrs Jere Morton in Lexington Capt Robt King of the Kentucky river trade is here awaiting the subsidence of the high Water Mr Ellis Headley returned home this week from an extended visit to his uncle in Nashville Tenn Mrs E M Gober and children went to the Southern part of the State Tuesday to visit her relatives Hon Curtis F Burnam of Rich mond Madison countys member of the Con Con was in the city Wednesday Mr Woodford Longmoor was in the city Sunday to visit his mother He returned to his law studies in Louisville Monday Mr W G Goodwin has removed his family to the MeKee house on the corner of Clinton and St Clair streets in rear of the State House Dr Wm Banta was here the first of the week visiting his parents He returned to Louisville Monday to resume his medical studies Ensign Hugh Rodman left Monday for San Francisco to join the U S Coast Survey Steamer Patterson to which he has beon assigned Judge and Mrs Caswell Bennett will go to Washington City next Wed- Â¬ nesday to be present at the inaugu Â¬ ration of President Cleveland 011 Â¬ Â¬ in Califotnia during which time he visited many of the cities of that State and had every opportunity to enjoy the people the climate and the country all of which he learned to appreciate at their just value but after all he says there is no place to him like Kentucky and no place in Kentucky like Frankfort Mr Mas tins health is very much improved by his visit m Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury As For a Solid 298 850 t J l the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous mercury will surely destroy Â¬ veer Mrs are home from a visit to Pleasure ville Miss Annie Duvall returned SaturÂ¬ J C Kernan and daughter day from a visit to friends in Louis- Â¬ ville Hon E H Taylor Jr returned City Tuesday from Washington night Miss Katie S Ghiselin of Louis- ville will visit MrsE E Hume next week Miss Maud Wieland of LaGrange is visiting Mr and Mrs John A JKleber f Â¬ surfaces Such articles should never be 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 manufacturedjby F J Cheney Co Toledo O con- Â¬ NICELY FINISHED WITH MIRROR tains no mercury and is taken in- Â¬ ternally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Keep your eyes on this apace and we will put you on to some special system In buying Halls Catarrh GOOD THINGS Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney JGSySold by Druggist price 7ft per 4 bottle Oak Sideboard R ROGERS Â¬ ANTIQUE or SIXTEENTH CENTURY SON Jun21 Social Events Tuesday night the ladies at the Kenyon Hotel entertained their The prizes were friends at cards won by Col Frank Richardson and Mrs Caswell Bennett Mr T B Bullock won the boobj Miss Ora Leigh on Wednesday afternoon gavo a tea from three until six oclock in honor of her guest Miss Trent of West Virginia The invitations wore generally distributed throughout the city among the friends of Miss Leigh and the callers embraced the entire social circle with the exception of those who are keeping Lent The decorations were natural llowers fern and smilax yellow being the predominating color in the dining room Mrs Philip Car- Â¬ penter presided at the tea table and was assisted by Misses Mary Halo and Pickett Johnson Those assist Â¬ ing Miss Leigh in receiving were Misses Addams Minnio Van Derveer Rose Crittenden Annie Hale and Â¬ ly dence of his parents corner Broad Â¬ way and St Clair last night the occasion being his 17th birthday A gentleman in Union county Mo who is too modeHt a man to have his name mentioned in the newspapers was cured of rheumatism by Cham berlains Pain Balm after trying other medicinos and treatments for Matrimonial Dade Farra The Versailles Sun says that tho marriage of Mr Waller Dade tho handsome young physician at tho penitentiary in this city and Miss Blanche Farra a wealthy Wood- Â¬ ford county belle has been sot for June 7th next Saturday Hancock - Baldwin afternoon Daniel Hancock and Nancy Baldwin of Peaks Mill wore granted a license to marry Brawner-HazlewooA marriage license was granted Thursday to Jno R Brawner and Julia Hazlewood of tho Flat creek neighborhood Walker Ellison Lowis Walker and Lucy Eljlson both colored were granted a license to marry Thurs Â¬ day Terrell - ONan Ooun ty Clerk Smith on Tuesday granted a mar Â¬ riage license to Wm Terrell and Louisa ONan of Fiat Creek d- Miss Kate Halloran went to Louisville yesterday for a visit of a couple of days Misses Annie and Emily Thomas returned Sunday night from a visit to New York Miss Mae Van Meter of Shelby county is with her aunt Mrs Ohas Exum on the South Side Mrs Will Dorsey of LaGrange visited her parents Major and Mrs Henry T Stanton this week Mr Tilford Clark of Lexington was here the first of the week as the uest of Mr James G Dudley Mr Randolph Tate of Ploasure ville after a visit to MrThos Hutch- Â¬ inson returned home Saturday Mrs John H Stuart will go to Richmond Ky to day to visit Mr Stuarts sister Mrs French Tipton Miss Mary Ely and Miss Alice Lounsbury of Connecticut were in Danville this week visiting friends Mr Clint B Leigh of the O wonsboro Messenger is visiting his brother Mr Ed 0 Leigh Asst Secretary of -- 0 cent bottles for thirteen years V Gayle Druggist J2 lin Delegates to the Worlds Temper ance Congress salo by J Â¬ March 4th Misses Rebecca Averill and Lizzie Hudson wont to Harrodsburg Mon- Â¬ day accompanied by Mis3 Williams who lias beon Miss Hudsons guest for the past week Mr Wat Stephens on Tuesday ex Â¬ State Mr and Mrs George L Willis have engaged appartraents at the residence of Mr and Mrs Phil Car- Â¬ lV penter Mies Marion Lindsay went to Louis- Â¬ ville yesterday to attend the Richard Manfields performance at Maculoys Theatre Miss Lena Stone who has been vis- Â¬ iting the Misses Smith of Versailles for the past week returned home Tuesday e Messrs Todd Orutchor Thomas Willis William 0 Woods and J Des inoncl OConnor spent Sunday in Versailles Mrs Humphrey Evans has returned irom Indianapolis to take up her She residence again in this city perienced a sudden attack of heart trouble and became seriously ill but relief was promptly given and he is now entirely restored Prof James W McGarvey the eminent traveler and author who is a distinguished minister of the Chris tian church will spend to day and to morrow with Dr E E Hume Mr Jo Black wife and little daughter of Oarrollton Missouri spent a fow hours in the city Wednes day on their way to visit his parents Dr E H Black and wife in Stamping Ground The following members of Dexter Lodge K of P of this city attended the celebration of the thirtieth anni Â¬ versary of Phantom Lodge at Lexington Tuesday night Messrs D B Walcutt Gran Graham Howard Gaines Will Saflbll Russell Sneed Harry Bacon Dudley Baker and Hugh Merchant Rev W 0 Taylor loft Tuesday for Rochester New York to accompany his wife and babies to this city A postal mailed by him at Dunkirk Now York on Wednesday states that his train was three hours late the Â¬ Â¬ AnnieHeadley street Thursday night Miss Mayme Marshall entertained her friends at her home on Holmes Miss Annie Galbraith entertained the Capital Oty Literary Society at her homo on the South Side Tuesday night Mr Lorn McHonry entertained his friends at progressive euchre at the residence of Mr D M McIIenry Thursday night There were fifteen tables and five prizes Mrs Sam E James won the first ladys prize a beautiful embroidered table center piece Mrs J S Collins the second ladys prize a handsome pink gauze fan Mr John H Stuart the first gen tlemans prize a silver match safe Mr J Alex Grant the socond gentle mnns prize a silver scarf pin and Mr John W Milam the booby a cream pitcher Mrs Dan McHonry was assisted in the entortainment by her sister Drs Irene MoFarland Mrs A F Respess and Miss Kate Sanders Mr Jas R Banta entertained a number of his friends at the resi- Â¬ At the annual mooting of the Grand Council of Royil Templars of Temperance whicn wa3 hold in Louisville on Tuesday and Wednes day of this week the following repre- Â¬ sentatives to the Worlds Temper ance Congress which meets at Chica- Â¬ go on the 5th of June were elected Jas A Hodges and James Mc Bride of Louisville A J Campbell and S V Fry of Lexington and George A Lewis of this city As Messrs Hodges and Campbell were both born and raised in this city and still entertain a strong affection for the home of their childhood Frank Â¬ fort virtually has a majority of the delegation Tho Congress will bo composed of representatives from all tho temperance organizations in the United States and Canada and its sessions will be held in one of tho buildings upon the grounds of the Columbian Exposition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Tho Verdict Unanimous Rheumatism female complaint Brights disease constipation indi- Â¬ gestion paralysis all quickly relieved and permanently cured by tho use of 24 tho wonderful Electropoiso It pleases the lawyer and his client too to have the verdict of the jury A groat jury composed unanimous of the American public has rendered an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales Household Cough Cure as a medicine agreeing that its promises of a speedy cure for coughs colds and bronchial troubles are always carried out to tho letter This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without great pains taken to make it the best cough cure on the market Try a bottle when you havo a cough or cold and you will belong to tho unanimous ever after For salo by P H Carpenter druggist 1 Big Excimtent in Town Bucklons Arnioa Salvo best salvo in tho world for Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tottor 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 mouey refunded Price 26 cents per box For sale by Phil Carpenter The Outs 8 ly healer and health ronewor If you have Kidney Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay but call at Chapman Williams drug store for a free trial package Large size 50o 40 grandest specific of tho ago Aunt Fannys Health Restorer whioh acta as a natural laxative stimulates the digestive organs regulates tho liver and kidneys and Is natures groat Over tho remarkable cures by tho fr J vM i K- n- in uaniir- - ti lii oi imm i iwmmwj giwiiiiimiinn iW tt iiiwrr m in Si DIAMONDS 8 WATCHES sK 0 -- JEWELRY ILYERWARE Solid Silver Spoons Sterling Inlaid Spoons CLOCKS ROGERS Forks Knives Spoons Top Drawer S tslib J Forks at Warranted 25 Years M A Selbert JEWELER Frankfort Ky G 7a i h1 ir H V f Winkle of Jackson county who Q L HANNBN P O SOWER have been in jail hero under an in- Â¬ LOCAL dictment for counterfeiting Mose A Bridge Keeper The county and Feltner another prisoner awaiting DEALERS IN city bridge committee on Friday trial for moonshining was also one of night of last week elected Tobe the party They will be tried at tho Griffle bridge keeper and he will United States Court in Louisville enter upon the discharge of his duty No Firing op Cannon For the next Wednesday USTCD first tune in many years the firing of Aoain in This City Mr Win the national salute on Washingtons ODonnell one of tho most efficient birthday did not take place Wednes- Â¬ salesmen in the city and who if his day It appears that all the owners WHEN yon want n health would admit of his living in of property on the hill sites around will never PLOW thnt make you Louisville would now be enjoying a the city have been obliged to request angry and always keep splendid position at Kaufman the discontinuance of the firing on you glad that you Strus elegant store on Fourth street account of the destruction it brings bought it just come in you an has been obliged to return home He to their property or that of others and get has taken a department at the store within the radius of the jarring OLIVER CHILLED of Mr I Davis where he will be sound pleased to have his many friends call For Two Fingers Wednesday on him SOLD BY Mabel Leslie a young girl now living Mr Charles Taylor here but who Promoted formerly lived in depot foreman of the LouiBville and Georgetown was awarded a verdict Nashville railroad in thiB city has in tho Georgetown Circuit Court for 6 L HANNEN been made the night clerk under Mr 1485 against tho Bine Grass Cordage W W- Alexander tho agent for the Company for ths loss of two fingers G0 same road at Cincinnati Mr Taylor which she sustained while in the em- Â¬ entered upon his new duties Wed- - ploy of that company Hm Jm7 nesday The River -Address Monday Night -- At the fortunately News The cold wave TWO SPLENDID BANDS IEneforuaX37-arrived in time to check court house Monday night Mr John ZLiOt the advance of the threatening river C Sutherland the nominee of the Frankfort Now Enjoys Good Music Populist party for State Senator made and on Monday the water began to and the Musicians Should be an address on the issues raised by recede and is now back again to its Encouraged average elevation The Falls City his tartv to a small audience of was expected here yesterday tn be about fifty people followed Monday by the City of Runaway Tuesday morning a Few cities the size of Frankfort can viurKsvme anu a general resump- Â¬ horse attached to a buggy belonging tion of the river trade will take place truly say they possess as fine a brass We No Old Stock on Hand to John Berry became frightened and at dnce are Selling Nothing but New Stock V a small tow and and string band as the bands in this The ran off on High street The breaking freight packetAda from Beattyville ar- city under the leadership of Prof of a number of spokes in tho wheel rived Thursday and departed for Wolf To maintain such an organiza and a general bruising of the vehicle Louisville where she will remain tion usually demands a larger field was the extent of the damage for the exercise of the vocation and until sold Physicians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L Gayle that musicians of the high order of S Marshal and Attorney -U The New Cornet Band The Hon E H Taylor jr on his return Frankfort Comet Band has reorgan Â¬ talent of a number of those comfrom Washington City this week ized and the ton members compos posing the Frankfort bands are find- Â¬ stated that if was his belief that Capt ing the band represent the best ing encouragement here for greater HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY James Blackburn of Spring Station musical talent in the city The fol- effort and more perfect instrumenta- Â¬ Juri 21 ly tion is a compliment to tho enterprise would certainly be the next United lowing is the instrumentation A States Marshal and that he thought Schneider and W A Diehle cornets and good taste of the public which Hon Ed J McDermott of Louisville John Ries clarionette A Wolf solo the Roundabout takes a pleasure in There are many peo- Â¬ would get the appointment of Dis Â¬ alto Fred Sutterlin tenor Gotthold commending ple in this city who know what good trict Attorney Kagin alto Henry Abler baritone James Welch bass Will Gordon music is and would find much of their Judge Lindsays Secretary Mr enjoyment in hearing it were James 0 Edwards formerly of Logan snare drum Frank Kennedy bass possible to have the cornet if it band play county but now editor of the Todd drum Tho music which this band at regular intervals in the open air County Progress was appointed by now renders is particularly fine and some place during this summer and Judge Lindsay as his Private Secre- Â¬ of a high order deserving the great now that the city has a band that is est encouragement as an incentive to tary The pay is Bix dollars a day ON MAIN STKKT TO- worth listening to some one should during tho session of Congress and increased efforts take the initiative and secure the if the Judge obtains the chairman Presentation to Mrs Day ednesday State House yard for this purpose ship of an important committee the Mrs Mary B Day State Li Â¬ either from tho Governor Stato Li Â¬ remuneration is increased brarian was tho recipient of an ele brarian or by tho passage of a resoluTwo New Residences Messrs J gant gold handled umbrella It was tion in the Legislature to that effect Capital Hntel Easement nf B Hamilton and Jake Kernan havo presented to her by the Revisory It would not injure tho States prop Â¬ begun work on the foundations of Commission for extra services in as erty in the least to grant this request CSrThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a their two handsome residences they sisting them in procuring such books and in addition to providing the citi- Â¬ short time propose to erect on tho site of the in and out of the library which the zens the use of tho equivalent of a old circus grounds on Holmes street performance of their duty required small park afford practice for tho Monday Tho handle was inscribed ns follows band and stimulation in the audiences such as should inspire some public pany opened its season at tho Gibson Suter Discharged morning Richard Sutor who shot and Mrs Mary B Day by tho Revisory present for increasing eillcioney and spirited citizen to set about endeavor Â¬ Opera House in Salamanca last evensaw the gradual improvement in tho charac Â¬ ing to carry out the idea advanced ing A Times representativeunusually wounded Urban Stephens a couple of Commission February 22 1893 performance which was weeks ago was examined before Lawyer Suter Robbed Mr R ter of the music rendered If tho here Judge W IT Sneed succeeded bright clean pleasing and satisfactosomo vearH nK when the incentives ry thoroughly entertaining a good disCounty Judge Williams and Leo Suter son of Mr Jesse Suter of members of tho baud could nob spare ml4audience The singing by Co ui nit-- lf l charged this city and a prominent attorney the time to play gratuitously for the uuui in tuu nullify capital uiinu ami lumbian Quintette and tho tho by solos wore not the retention of tho The Freak op Chas Lacy -S- unday in Louisvillo lost throo vulnnhlo public as a band did some years ago half ns good then as now and what Mr Heck and Mr Holmes are notanight Chas Lacy of Eminence books from ills library Wednesday it is believed that a sufficient sum was accomplished at that timo and ble features ofisthe performance Ar- Â¬ Doming as funny as any one while under tho iniluenco of liquor which ho afterwards found in u sec could easily bo raised by a subscrip afterwards discontinued ought now thur seen in ministrelsy He reminds over tion to roinunorato them If Fi auk made an attempt to out Gross Haly ond hand book store where they had to be enterod upon with moro on one of tho famous Geo Wilson Take your feet out of tho sand who ap with a largo knife llalys coat was been sold by a colored boy who was fort is to retain tho capita tho State thusiasm and interest peared here last season Geo Ilassell slit by the swipe of the knife but tho held in a bond of 200 to answer for officials and members of tho Legisla tho premier male soprano and bur- ture would naturally prefer that a S A U San IViiiiij III blade did not penetrato to his flesh tho theft Inntaiii SnioiiiM lion llltn nil niiiirr mi- in him band bo maintained hero which is Diego Cnl days Shiloh s i i Lacy ran and was pursued by officers iiia niu ouiu wiiu uil ui T tnv nu i Move In- - Mnjor H S Hale capablo of furnishing good rather Koniedy is the fiiRt medicine uatfirrh nw Uiirrv Will t have MoEvoy the of Thomp- Â¬ Hyde and MItoholl who after firing State Treasurer has rented tho new ever found that would do mo any son and Duclosmusical actunique spe Â¬ and tho several shots in tho air to frighten residence erected by Miss Julia Blake than inferior or indilleront music good Sold by w cialties of Kenny and Vondor Price i0 are and for that reason if no other con Â¬ MoKeo Ilardie cents 21 him affected his capture and lodgod more on Second street fully up to tho standard Tho com and will sideration ontored into tho question pany is well balanced and it is a go him in jail movo in about tho first of March It is thought that on tho part of the Minstrels from tho riso of tho curtain on tho Taken to Louisville Sunday Stato there would bo no objection first until the close of tho perform Â¬ Free treatment for 20 days at Eloc whatever urged against tho use of The Vrooland Minstrels who ap Â¬ ance Ocaa New York Daily Times Deputy United States Marshall Clark arrived from Louisvillo and returned troooise Rooms ll Lewis street op tho State Ilouso yard At any rato pear at tho Olean Opera Ilouso this August 12 House to that city that night accompanied positea State130 to 530Oilico hours 0 to in tho proposed concerts the rewards ovoning promise to give us one of At tho Opora House Friday March 1130 m p m and 045 tho best performances of its kind that by Frank James E S Steele and E to 830 at night both to tho people and the band are has over been seen here Tho com 3d L HANNEN CO M Oils Paints Harness Saddles n3roadTra37- 323 CEMENT c Sash Doors Glass si - of LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS 0n a reslx 3 1893 we received In IB mils ajnd Paper i si Q Â¬ PUEE DEUGSDCHEMICALS Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE CO Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT -- A ui Have Removed From the Bafzell Building Â¬ Â¬ -W- 101 A1TD 102 ANN STREET the Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltl 1 v v 1 s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ - a 1 iuJiMUi A J v QUINNS BOTTOM The telegram was tho occasion for expressions calling forth many kind of praise for Franklin countys Indians Kill Hosea and Jesse Entered nt tho post oillce ut Frankfort Kentucky Cook and County Clork Re Â¬ as second class unliable matter distinguished Representative and all quested to Examine Rec- Â¬ united in a wish that his career in the i ords for Christian Pub Senate to which it was known that GEO A LEWIS Editor and Names of tho he would be elected the next day Widows FRANKFOllT FEB 2f 1833 would bo as eminently satisfactory and successful both in relation to the ColR T Durrott of Louisville OP HEART FAILURE members of the Senate and his con- - who is a member of the Fillson Club I9KRs9 stituents as it had been for tho period which is engaged in preparing a com- Â¬ Tho Wife of Mr Charles G Payne justclosed in the House plete history of Kentucky wrote to and Children for Dies Suddenly Saturday m County Clerk Smith Tuesday for in- Â¬ The First Law of Nature Coatorla euros Colic Constipation On Saturday afternoon the city was This self preservation Is acknowledged to formation if it can be found in his Castoria is bo wtil adapted to children that Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend it aa superior to any preocriptfon intelligence that Mrs be and people who adopt against the en office concerning the Christian shocked by tho Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes dl mo H A ArctTxr 1 safe genuine costion Ida Payne the wife of Mr Charles G croaches of disease a experiencemedicinal sanc names of the widows of Jesse and known toIll So Oxford St Brooklyn DN T Without Injurious medication and the sud- Â¬ guard accredited by Hosea Cook who were killed by Payne late city clerk had died a happy Illustration tion of denly at her home on Cross street of of tho physiciansof affords lying In the health Indians near this city in 1792 For several years I have recommended The use of Cafitoria Is do universal and the wisdom Castoria and shall always its merits bo well known that It seems a work your as has invariably producedcontinue to beneficial heart failure That morning the de they restore and continue to enjoy Among Smiths History of Kentucky referr of supererogation to endorso it Few are tho do so it results Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria About the ceased had become the mother of a maladies against the growth of which Hos ing to the killing says Edwin F PAitDBi M D within easy reach Hitters affords child born dead and was thought to tetters Stomach of the kidneys efficient pro- same time April 1792 a prosperous Carlos Makttk DD The Wlnthrop 123th Street and 7th Ave and bladder tection diseases Now York City Lewis New York City be progressing as well as could bo ex- Â¬ are fraught with the utmost peril and exhibit settlement of the Cooks Late Pastor Blooraingdalo Reformed Church pected Shortly before twelve oclock great obstluancy when opposed by ordinary Mastin William Bledsoe and several and will The Bitters she suddenly exclaimed to her hus Â¬ means No testimony can stronger thansubdue others with their families in Quinns Trot Cxntaub Com AKT 77 MuniUT Strkt Nbw York Is this band that her heart was on Are and them at the outsit and persistently the best Bottom on South Elkhorn and some Used results may be that she believed she was dying Not eradicates liver txpected Tnis medicine also four miles from Frankfort was raided constipation dys complaint by about one hundred Indians Mr pepsin malaria rheumatism and nervousness The suspecting tho real danger brothers Cook were first killed and Pavne endeavored to rally her and Feb 13 ly Kentucky Enterprise their wives with three little children thought for a while he had succeeded left to defend the cabin The doors when she again told him she was We would call the attention of our wae dying Upon that ho certain she to the card of the Kentucky were barricaded and the only gun physician readers and Harness Works of this seized by one of the Spartan women hastened to summon the Buggy but before he returned his wife had city which appears on another page Having no bullets she split in two a Â¬ piece of lead and rounded it to fit the passed away and commend them to our citizens rifle and quickly loaded it Tho grief stricken husband was The This enterprise is supported by local overcome with his sorrow made capital and backed by men of sterl Â¬ Indians had failed to beat down the doubly poignant by the unconscious ing business ability who are native door and putting the end of the prattling of his two innocent children born Kentuckians Though they gun at a small opening in the logs the elder of whom continued to repeat have only been in the field as whole- Â¬ she took deliberate aim at an Indian to him that Mamma did not tell a sale manufacturers of fine hand made and shot him dead The infuriated If not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to ex- Â¬ story papa did she She did die savages mounted the roof and set vehicles and harness less than two amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli- Â¬ Mrs Payne was about twenty six years they have built for themselves fire to it One of the women ran up years of age the daughtar of Mr J an enviable place in tho business to the loft and while the other cy offered of your birth on J Bell deceased and a sister of world They have the most perfectly handed her water put out the flames getWrite the date what it will cost a postal card and mail to me and a statement of as often as the torch was applied and Minnie Bell equipped plant in the South and are Misses Sarah W A McNEELY Genl Agent teachers in the City School and now turning out from three to five The water failing she broke a lot of MALCOLM FRANKLIN Lexington Ky She was a vehicles a day which they find ready eggs and quenched the flames again Feeble minded Institute Special Agent J R Williams Local Agt ladyof rdmiable disposition and fine Bale for to the dealers of the country Lastly they unrobed the vest of the cfiaracter Vho enjoyed trie esteem of They also do repairs of all kinds on dead husband of one saturated with Frankfort Ky Nov 2G 8m ahifrgb circle of friends Her hus vehicles old or new and should his blood and smothered the kindhand and tJheir two children one not merit your patronage and good will ling fire with it The savages baffled MANHOOD RESTORED and uneaBy lest an escaped messen Â¬ yet four years and the other not two the 8ANATIVO W J CHINN ger might bring an avenging force beyears of age mourn their sad Wonderful Spanish 2228872 Jtotuedy Is sold with a upon them now abandoned the reavement Wrltton Guarantee to cure all Neivous Dis These figures rspresenfc the number house went off a distance and poses such as Weak The funeral ceremony took place of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Memory Loss of Brain Mbnday afternoon at two oclock at ery for Consumptiom Coughs and climbed some trees for observation Power Headache Wakefulness Lost Man the episcopal Church of which the Colds which were sold in the United Coming down they sunk tho body of Will practice in all State Cpurts Ofhood Nervousness Las States from March 91 to March 92 the dead Indian in the waters of the Before After Use situde all drains and fice second floor Custom House deceased was a member and one Two Million Two Hundred and loss of power of tlio Generative Organs In Photographed from life grave became the ahode of rest for Twenty Eight Thousand Six Hun- Â¬ EUtHorh and departed Besides the by either sex caused excessive youthful both the remains of the mother and dred and Seventy Two bottles sold Cooks there were killed Mastin two overofexertiono opium orindiscretions vor thoultimately ase tolmct stltr ulnuts hich lend to Infirmity Consumption and Insiiiltr in one year and each and every of Dunns sons and one negro and Inconvenient form to carrr In tlio vent pocket Tut up Opera House to be Leased dead infant Pjico bottle was sold on a positive guaran- Â¬ two captured A company of one f a packuce or for 5 With every 5 oulor wo rIvc a guarantee to any cure or refund tho be refunded if written tee that money would money Sent Circular SENATOR LINDSAY WILL satisfactory results did not follow its hundred men pursued the bandits in plain envelopeby mall to thisaddress AddteBS free QEVLED BIDS ofllue HE RECEIVED ATbyTHE Mention piper k5 Ciy Clerks until March 1 1893 the CO MADRID CHEMICAL use The secret of its success is but they escaped over the Ohio with Branch OlTlce for IT S A City Hall C immlttee for leanr o ttie Opera House Takes the Oath of Office and is plain It never disappoints and can a loss of one or two 333 learborn Street CHICAGO ILL for two 2 years beginning July 1 lh3 It will be leaded to higher and best bidder the council alway be depended on ao the very FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY Assigned to a Seat in the The County Clerk at last accounts nerving the rght to reject any and ah bl s By best remedy for Coughs Colds etc could not find among his records the United States Senate P ft CARPENTER DruofllSt order ot the council Attest Price 50c and 100 At Phil Cak RCMILAM names of the widows but it is possi- Â¬ President TJTODD 0 pentbus Drug store Srouvli Sidci City Clerk Feb lH 2t ble there are descendants of those August 13 ly city Judge Wm Lindsay of this To Florida brave pioneers living in the State the newly elected Senator was sworn who may be able to furnish Col in and took his seat in the United N railroad will sell round Durrett the information he seeks The L States Senate Tuesday Senator Joe trip tickets to DeFuniak Springs G e Blackburn introduced him to the Florida February 18 to March 22 in Good returning Dr Bliss Coming members of that body and he was clusive at 2400 U L W P Sn iiTiTnTiliSS TE3CE- Â¬ iassigned to the chair lately occupied until April 10 Account Florida Chautauqua Dr T F Bliss the eminent special by Senator Camden of West VirH B Loosdon ist in diseases of the eye and ear of ginia The desk at which Hon Juo Agent Springfield Ohio expects to visit this G Carlisle formerly sat was decocity again some time next month rated on the occasion in honor of Count Casper the exact date will bo given hereafter Mr Carlisles successor with tho and those who wish to consult him Charles T Ellis drew a crowded model of a log cabin standing in a A SURE and CERTAIN CURE house lust night at the Park Theatre should bear it in mind and watch for known for 15 years as tho EEST garden of roses MAIN STREET to see him in his now comedy drama 334 REMEDY FOR PILES The following Kentuckians wit Â¬ Count Casper Mr Ellis belongs to the announcement Frpired Ijj HIUUUDbuNTATLOIIMKn CO STLODIB Mrs Wm a class ofplayers that are very ra uch nessed the ceremonies FRANKFORT KY Lindsay Mrs J 0 SBlackburn Mrs liked by audiences in the metropolis BUTDf QUALITY comedians and judging 05tihocixtitt Alex P Montgomery Mrs Thomas the singingoncores he received last from the H Paynter Mrs James E Cantrill night he is a strong popular favorNOTICE Col E Polk Johnson Hon James A ite The new part he plays gives am McKenzie Hon J Stoddard John ple opportunity for Mr Ellis to dis FRANKLIN CIHCU1T COURT tho numerous play Wm Chuhchs Auhk IlulntiiT ston Col R C Wintersmith James songshis fine voice inthroughout the interspersed vs C Edwards and Mr James W Wm Chuhchs Hunts c Defendants piece Mr Ellis has two clever little CREAM All parsons having claims against Wm Church burn tots Florrio OBrien and Mattie deceased or his rotate ure hereby notified to nrc Grier with whom he romps on tho rent their claims to me proven as required by stage in a very taking manner He is BIDDING ADIEU law or prove tlioin before me on or before the ably assisted in his mirth making by 2th dar or March 1D3 T350 FOn A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE P W 11 POSEY Terry Hon E H Taylor jr in a Lengthy Charles W Swain as at Nora Mc Fad An ntrreeable Laxative and NERVE TON IC Coinml88lonei K C C Feb 18 Ct OHoo den and Clara Moore rWK iCV IEHIIO Telegram Closes his Term by Druggists or 25c lihan Miss Marion Ballon in the in- - Sold SlOOper packageBent by mailfree 60o Samples and Has led all Worm Remedies in the House part of Rose Comstock the Tho Favorite TOOTS TOWXEB EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED enerals daughter won merited apfcr tho Teeth and Breath 26c ILLS Ii L E New York Democratic Neivs SOLD EVERYWHERE On Monday the day Hon E II plause For sale by VV McKee Hardie rnpud 7 BICBABPBOaTATtOB HBP CO BTLOUTJ Opera House on Monday Jan 28 1 r HALLS OLD STAND Taylor jrs resignation as a mem Â¬ At the The quick and direct route from ber of the House took effect that evening next February 27th WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL body received the following Democratic Thousands Louisville to Arkansas and Texas The attention of base telegram from Col Taylor who receive wounds of ball players one kind or HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR who was in Washington City at the another every day from bat or ball WILL WITNESS THE INAUGURATION One hundred and fifty miles Is directed to the fact that Salvation time viz BEST PUOLISHLO DEMOCRATIC PAPER Oil is the best application in use for The road to SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK Washington D 0 Feb 20 sprains the cure of cuts bruises and Washington of ONLY Hon W M Moore Speaker 100 A YEAR And tho only route f e r n g the Though separated by many miles 25 cents Best Condensed News from my colleagues my heart goes greatest In EsJ Host Storlex Is Marriage a Failure out to them on this the closing day In WITHOUT ducements CHANGE OF CARS Hest Mscelluny of my service as a member of the Heat Womenit the wny of Has The Rest 0 hlldreunInge Department Have you been trying to get the House Imagining myself standing If you are going to emigrate to scenery histor Best Answer to Correspondents by your side and looking into the best out of existence without health Department ic interest and Have you been faces of my fellow members there is in your family Sherman Dallas Fort Worth I3st Editorials train service not one I am not proud to call my wearing out you life from the effects or Houston Austin It gives away a valuable premium every day or the is the Chesa friend and for whom I do not cher of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and largest club received Are you sleepless at peake and Ohio ish heart felt wishes for their happi Â¬ Indigestion This Is the Sample copies of the Weekly Courier Journa1 night Do you awake in the morning ness and prosperity Whatever lty which will be sent free to any address Write to may be our future pathways how- Â¬ feeling languid with coated tongue passes through CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE muoh they diverge it will be a and sallow haggard looks Dont do ever Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky the battlefields constant pleasure to recall all of you it A about in the camp tells how No change of cars to of Virginia and with the reflection that no act of un Aunt Fannys Health Restorer lias THK West Virginia kindness no word of bitterness or cured others it will cure you Trial Montgomery Mobile Memphis and the most Large size 50c at reproach has marred our inter- Â¬ package free HOXTJCTDABOXTT and New Orleans picturesque le Ions of America The F F V Is Williams course during the term of our mu Â¬ Chapman AND THE 4Q All through trulns the only Dining Cor Tiiiln tual service Will you do me tho lighted with electricity and heated with steam kindness to lay this message before WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL For further information address Eloctropoiso For lowest excursion rates and complete Infor tho House as my parting salutation All chronic diseases successfully mation apply to nearest ticket agent or address C P ATMOBB G P to yourself and the members of that T A will be sent one year to any address for 9190 Address body treated and cured by this wonder Â¬ C B RYAN Asjt Oenl Tassenger Agt CinOEO A LEWIS LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 24 H Taylor jr Frunklort Ky E worker cinnati 0 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT I I mm Infants Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society i Â¬ Â¬ JR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 C -- H Â¬ MATTERS Â¬ Â¬ rmiinii1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES VERMIFUGE Â¬ il Tf self-explanato-ry f ft 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V m Â¬ Â¬ MMHjj SKsai anasr itii k t ESMHHlfl O R ORTJTOHBR President yf FTh5 texesMbi J W jy CRTJTCHBR Secretary Vy y yyT yyvyy syy m M YOU NOT READY Buy Your Vehicles etc Now 00 We are proud to say that the good people of this State are giving us their Encourage and build up home enterprises by your aid and patronage hearty support as MANUFACTURERS AND HOME BUILDERS OF VEHICLES in ORDERS RECEIVED DAILY But aside from these orders through the best representative dealers of the South we wish to remind our friends at home that we save them the Dealers profts and added freights on any of the MANY FINE VEHICLES we now have ready for your inspection Our stock comprises every style vehicle in the Market and in addition we show an immense line of HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and EVERY KIND of IMPLEMENTS used on the FARM REPAIRS and REPAINTING of VEHICLES of all KINDS given especial attention m I TO D3 ID3 Buy Your Implements etc Now The I1 Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works Factory Head of Broadway Salesroom Opposite Court House The Presidents Cabinet The President elect has authorized the announcement of his complete cabinet composed of the following gentlemen viz Walter Q Qresham of Indiana Secretary of State John G Carlisle of Kentucky Sec- Â¬ retary of tho Treasury Daniel S Lamont of New York Secretary of War Hilary A Herbert of Alabama Secretary of the Navy Hoke Smith of Georgia Secretary of the Interior J Sterling Morton of Nebraska Secretary of Agriculture Wilson S Bissell of New York Postmaster General Richard Olney of Massachusetts Attorney General FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FEB 25 1893 LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PKKPAHKD HTTIIK L N TIME TABLE Tho following time table is now iu N road effeot upon the L TBAINS NOBTH Ko231envoBFrnnkfort No 17 loaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No l91eaveB Frankfort 550 935 am a m 300 p m 735 pm 1020 a m G40 p Sales on our market for the week IN LEXINGTON KY justclosed amountto 4289 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3902 Saturday Feb 25th 1893 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 25249 hhds Sales HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without of the crop of 1892 on our market to operation an d with little or no pain REEERENCES date 33351 hhds Â¬ fboenxs hotel surglca OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the KentnckyVeterinaryMeflicine MT Co STERLING KY tbainbabt Hol81eaveB Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No24 armosFrankfort No 22 loavos Frankfort 440 855 pm Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nob 23 and 21 oonneot at Anohorage for Bloomfleld Branch W W Alexandeb pm yn Agent The sales of the week have been characterized by very heavy offerings of new burley tobacco and there is no material change in the range of values as compared with a week ago the tendency however toward the close of the week was toward slightly easier prices The tone of the mar ket for old burley has been some- Â¬ what better during this week The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Â¬ J A acott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort J T Staten Frankfort Ky V A W McKee llardle Frankfort Ky Ky A SINGULAR CASE The Conditions in even tho Distance to Louisville can not bo Over Â¬ come by Mr Wm ODon nell in an Effort to Ac climatize Himself Â¬ fcr l V ft r jm tm- i ODonnell of this city to acclimatize himself in Louisville there is something that affords Frank fort just cause for gratulation Hav- Â¬ ing secured a position with Kaufman Straus of Louisville Mr ODon- Â¬ nell made four different attempts to remain in that city and each time became quite ill of a disorder which confined him to bed and refused to allow any food to remain on his stom- Â¬ ach After each attack he returned to Frankfort and within a few days would be pronounced entirely re Â¬ stored pnly to go down to Louisville again and suffer a repetition of the strange affection At last his physi Â¬ cians in Louisville told him that it was impossible for him to live in that city that if he were to return every day in the year he would become ill The firm appreciating him kindly sent him temporarily to their store in Lexington where he had no trou- Â¬ ble in maintaining perfect health At home Mr ODonnell is known as a strong healthy man and the ques- Â¬ tion naturally arises as to what it is in Louisville that so peculiarly affects him The altitude of Frankfort is 550 feet as tho Geological Bureau shows and that of Louisville 430 feet while Lexington is 1050 feet above sea level The cause of his malady can not grow out of the water for ho drank river water hero as well as in LouiBville besides in Lexington the hydrant water is so vile that the Transcript denominates it Manuri Whether then it is due to atio Tea the difference in altitude or to the volumes of smoke and dust in Louis Â¬ ville it is a mystery but no less a proof that despite tho hills surround Â¬ ing this oity often maliciously termed A hole in tho earth Frankfort is yet higher purer in atmosphere and healthier than Louisville which is itself rookonod among the healthiest of tho large oitioB in the country In the recent singular experiences Wm of Mr codition thats caused by impure Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE blood is enough to fasten is upon 00 12 00 1 market Postlvely preventsand cures you That is the time when neglect Feb 18 Cm 00 14 00 CHOLERA and delay are full of danger AND GAPES 00 16 00 Lung scrofula Consumption is More then pays for Its- use In the extra proflii 00 20 00 You cannot prevent it and you can lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIIIIllllllI tton of cure it if you havent waited too Select or wrappery 20 00 25 00 3tobacco long with Doctor Pierces Golden I I Medical Discovery That is the most Get a trial box strength-restore- r potent blood cleanser and flesh builder thats known Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 1 SEWING MACHINE For every to medical science CHAPMAN WILLIAM HlllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllltWIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllS disease that has to be reached through the blood for Scrofula in all WARRANTED DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION its forms Consumption Weak Lungs Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET G0 u Bronchitis Asthma and all severe 5 YEARS AND SUNDRIES lingering couehs it is the only guar- Â¬ if fr anteed remedy If it dosent benefit April 9 ly money back or cure you have your 00 - Like a Thief in the Night Medium to good colory 8 00 trash Consumption comes a slight cold with your system in the scrofulous Common lugs not colory 7 00 8 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 10 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 14 Medium to good leaf 16 Good to fine leaf Trash dark ordamaged tobacco Common Colory trash 3 50 5 50 and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one Woun Powders btimuiatlng ine Tonic Uterine aeuatlve by addressing W I KELLEY M D Alterative Mixture 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O Cough Tonic and Condition Powders CONSULTATION FREE 5 50 8 00 ANTIOSTLnK lor opiints Curbs Spavins tc Collo Remedy Remedy fur Pneumonia In 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may itueuzu Distemper etc Heel and Gall Oint- Â¬ Eye Lotions be found every day of each week except SATU R ment Blistering Ointment Skin Lotion Wart Remedy DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases Physic Balls OR KELLEYS ofllceand residence Is Frankfort Ky J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas If Wlthrow Frankfort Ky H McClure V Berberlch Frankfort hy Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky rrT IStf w TRADEMARK ARY KEHJW MEDICWE 65cL Ik fisjIK CO A Anil inf W ffpKHjOT V at Liniment Uter Â¬ Wound Dressing Fluid Mineral W McKee Hardie 1206 10 00 8 00 10 00 Moores Poultry Remedy DRUGGIST OLD STAM StCLAIK STREET HALLS for K 5- s-a-r- jE bt ROYAL StfPps otcje Bgn The proprietors of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy know that their medicine perfectly and permanently cures catarrh To prove it to you they make this offer if they cant cure your catarrh no matter what the case is theyll pay you 500 in cash Work Worry and Disease Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will bo fonnd a list of advertised letters for tho week ending February 25th 1893 Burdette Danl Bradfort James Bergin E W Butler Henrietta purely wholesome in composition substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO truly beneficial in affect and ontirely SAN FRANCISCO CAL from every objectionable quality free LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY If really ill he consults a physician if constipation he uses tho gentle family laxative Syrup of Figs WANTED RELIABLEMENTOSOLICIT Miles Nerve and Liver Pills tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual W constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac REAL ESTATE AGENT ceptable to the stomach prompt iu miLL PRACTICE m THE COURTS 01 T Franklin and tna adjoining its action and truly beneficial m its will alio giro ipcal attention to eountlet iw the purchn eflects prepared only from the most and tale of real estate collection ef rnU clalmi and the aecotlntion of loana healthy and agreeable suhatances its many excellent qualities commend it vortised to all and have made it tho most Scientific American jr J M Saffell popular remedy known Agency Postmaster k Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drugThe Modern Invalid gists Any reliable druggist who ifttttiH III Billy fcj may not have it on hand will proHas taates medicinally in keeping cure it promptly for any one who with other luxuries A remedy must v CAVEATS be pleasantly acceptable in form wishes to try it Do not accept any llil fJjmM TRADE MARKS Â¬ Henry Sarah Harris William Kenney D A Brown Mrs J M McLaughlin T 2 Pryor William Bushrod Lafe Brown Mrs Mac Phillips William Brown Mrs Mag- - A gie Riley Miss Bettio Baker Mrs Mar- - Rite Willie garet Reading Steele Buford Mrs Sarah Stone H O Sloan M Howard Miss Maggie When calling for those letters say ad- - Hardin Mrs Mary 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 Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys- enjoys The answer Is with our Compoit Oxyoen and ours onlv The com less demonstrations of 23 years wa rant this reply Our treatment Isnvallable for horn use neither need your occupation b Interfered with The value of ther features Is obvious What about your need A book uf explanation and proo Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs RTARKEY PALEN 15 W Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Dec 2 My are n formidable the person frequently has to meet all fern at once How can lieovercom trlot Tffipti I If I Et B 1 u MVinaaasw tslllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllC Â¬ WM CROMWELI EY-AT-LA- ATTORN Â¬ Â¬ I I HasaSelfoiettlnKKt edlo Has a Self threading Shuttle Has No Equal la Construction Has a Mechanical Appuurance g Has an Elegant Finish S Has a Perfect Adjustment Has a Positive Take up Has Stylish Furniture Has More Good Sewing Qualities and - does any a Larger Rango of General Worlt Sewing Machine In the World than Examine THE ROYAL for points of excellence and you will buy no other ROYAL Haaalarge High Arm E 9 a S 9 g 9 S s g S M CO RocKford 111 1 illlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIKHIIIIIIWIIIIlllt forA Â¬ Chesapeake HEW YORK TOK Ohio Ry WASH1M Â¬ IlmTt For Information ana froo Handbook rrito to CO Stil Uuoadwat New Yoke MUNN Oldest bureau for securing patents In America Krery patent taken out by tu la brought before tho publlo by anotlco given froo of cnrgo In tho F - WJa PHILADELPHIA BOSTON and all Eastern Cities COPVRinUTa - DESIGN PATENTS ww Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINTTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st KAST HOUND 1692 COMMENCING MARCH 1 w Kt t With every cash purchase of Aot on a now principle regulating one dollar you are entitled to the liver stomach and bowels though a guess on the number of pins tho nerves A now discovery Dr in the glass jar at our store Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness liver piles constipaTho first person guessing the bad taste torpidfor men women and tion Splendid nearest will get their rail Â¬ children Smallest mildest surest road fare and expenses to tho 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Worlds Fair for one week JWGaylesFrankforKy 45 ly WEITZEL ODONNELL Â¬ for fruit and ornamental nursery stock varieties adapted to the South stock war runted true to nuino liberal terms to locul agents and permanent employment to those who can work sternly For particulars address It G Ciusk Co 1430 So Penn Sq Plillu Pu 6t timiiik Qwduam Largest circulation of any sclontlflo paper In the nuriu oiiuuuiuij muairaiuu no liuoillgenx man should bo without It Weeklr 8300 a yean JUObIx months Address AlONN tc CO PuiiLUUEUS UU1 liroodtray Nevr York City Lve Lexlneton Atlanta Express No 2 dally 710 am Midland Accom No dally ex Sun 1140 a m Vestlbuled Express No 524 dally 010 1 u Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun 525 v 11 WKST HOUND 25 tt Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria fr v Arr Lexington No 27 dally ex Sun 755 a si Louisville Express No 21 dilly 1240 pm Lexington Accom No 2QdalyexSun4 15 i u Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally C10r m HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES ALL PERSONS John W Payne deceased are Polld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars estate of Indebted to the estate of R ULewis de Â¬ Through Sleepors from Lexington to New Yark ceased are hereby notified to come forward and horeby directed to present them to me properly once ana all thoso having clalmsagalnst proven according to ltwi and all those llndliiK without change settle ut the estate of said decedent are requested to pre Â¬ themselves Indebted to said estate are requested No Uus transfers II W FULLER sent the snine properly uroveti to me for settle- Â¬ to come forward and settle CDRYAN GEORGE L PAYNE ment SIM LEWIS Genl Pass Agt Asst Geul Pass Agt Washington D C Feb 11 lm Administrator Jan38 lm Admr R D LEWia Cincinnati O Administrators Notice Qdniisiraio rs Mice Lexlnston Accom f W fdikbi iMMMrayiifcAdflLfo W twWuE I iwiiMJiiitfUMPiBi tl 1 tjmmhtfj fh nf tWlv k J it ammxvtIBtth 1 jtAjm mmliK jftrtv 7Ki CALL AT BUCKLEYS -- 2TTD SIBIEJ TIESIS UTIIfcTZEI STOCK CE CHINA GLASS QUEENS WARE tfl STOVES IN THE CITY Rev no one can afford to miss it THE ELECTION Geo S Savage State Agent of the First Presbyterian Church Bible Society will also bepresentand Hold Tuesday For State Senator And the Majority Awarded Rev J McOliiBky Blayney D D the give value to the meeting Let all be to Col Taylor there pastor will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 oclock No ser- Â¬ Kentucky Illinois The result of Tuesdays election for vice at night on account of meeting State Senator gives Hon E H Tay- Â¬ of the Bible Society From Danvillle 111 Mrs H J Â¬ Religious DWARD CLAASSEN PBiLCTICiLL-- - Rev U Y Davis of Lawrenceburg Southern Presbyterian Ohurch will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night owing to the meeting of the Bible Society in the Christian Ohurch Episcopal Church Rev E A will occupy Penick the rector pulpit to morrow morning at 11 his oclock and in the eveninc 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 Oatuoliiu Church The usual services at the Ohurch of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey a m low mass High mass at vespers at 300 p m at 10 a m and 8 the pastor Baptist Church Usual services to morrow morning at 11 ocock There will be no evening service Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel OHKiftiiAj OHURCn Prof J W Mc Garvey of Lexington will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock The annual mass meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society will be held in the evening at 7 oclock The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 620 Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock No night ser- Â¬ vice Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 630 in the class room Methodist Ohurch Rev H G and Judge T M Cardwell Repub- Â¬ lican 44 Taylors majority in Ander- Â¬ PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO son was about 300 and in Mercer JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED about 200 Very little interest was FRANKFORT KENTUCKY shown in the ejection by any one of Opposite State House the parties other than the Populists as it was generally conceded that Mr WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Taylor would not only win the race LOOK OUT FOR IT but was fairiy entitled to it by his a efficient services in the House for this Ex Gov Bucknor Is Preparing county which had the right in the Refutation of the Charges agreed round of nominations to name Â¬ Made Against His Char the successor to Judge Lindsay The acter By Gov following is the vote in each precinct Brown STout in this county JTeact Ex Gov Buckner is in the city and Jnly2 ly he is engaged in preit is known that Precincts paring an answer to tile attack on his o o L B MARSHALL V A GAINES Mr character which Gov Brown and Jno W Headley made under the guise of an official document relating Voglers 47 10 2 to the accounts of the Mason Foard Bridge 135 9 16 110 1 6 Company Those who have had the Court house 142 6 2 answer outlined to them say that the Gas o 116 13 house distinguished ex Governors defense Crutchers 27 2 1 44 8 will not leave any room to doubt that Forks 25 6 10 I Gov Browns attack was conceived Peaks Mill 17 13 Tiger during the gubernatorial canvass Bellepoint J 37 5 4 36 when he held Gov Buckner respon- Â¬ Bald Knob 11 1 15 sible for his defeat in Hart county Plat Creek 24 13 Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a eff- Â¬ Bridgeport that official circumspection and 47 1 Cedar Iiun subjecshare of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased iciency had little to do with the A good line of both city and country property lor sale at all times t-matter 822 which to say the least 98 Totals 44 reflects small credit upon the authors judgment and fair dealing with the Pump Arrived OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET people and his predecessors It is also hinted that the document in The new pump which has been pur addition to a complete refutation of chased by the Water Company to be the charges made can hardly be ex-Â¬ used ut the pumping station on the pressed in language to suit the case Lawrenceburg pike arrived yester A A FARM without the sting of the instrument day and was hauled out to the pump may expect who unjustly house It will be placed in position which those 7 ROOMS WITH IN assault character The answer will in a few days and called into service fy South Frankfort A LOT 85 BY 200 FEETTins OF 210 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND SITUATED Is ottered for sale J on good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort publication to- Â¬ in case of an probably bo ready for located In one a of the best neighborhoods In accident to the machin- property Is in good hrepair and U well CO Franklin U MARSHALL ippiy to county The Improvements consist of a brick day Agents ery already in use at the station residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock 98 I have been using Nabors writes your remedies for scrofula and am greatly benefited My back was al- Â¬ most one solid sore Two boxes of Dr Hales Household Ointment healed it entirely From Olive Hill Kv Mrs MJ Matney writes May 13 1892 My daughter has been afflicted with erysipelas in her eyes from infancy She is now past 12 years old and one 25c box has cured her It costs up more to get the best Get a box at P H Carpenters drug store l lor Jr of this city about 1300 majority in the three counties Ander son Mercer and Franklin In this county the vote stood Taylor 822 Jno O Sutherland Populist Â¬ Plumber Gas Steam Fitter AND DEALER IN- - Â¬ Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosefs SAPOLIO 6 MARSHALL insu Are Quickly Married Try It In House Cleaning Â¬ L k CO ilea EsialE ana m Ms 4i US M -- Â¬ Â¬ Frame Cottage FINS Â¬ j Strength and Health If you are not feeling strong and healthy try Electric Bitters If Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria rincn A Good Investment S OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wapplnc street west of Sir S B Holmes residence This property will be ottered as a whole at u bargain or It will tie sold In lots of 40 or CO feet front to suit purchaser For terms CO Agents L B MARSHALL upply tf T will bo by Prof Pleasant Pellets Sick or Bilious Headaches Dizziness Constipa the Southern Presbyterian Ohurch Stomach and Kidneys gently aidingÂ¬ tion Indigestion Bil organs to perform their func ious Attacks and all and Rev U Y Davis has been those If you are afflicted with Sick tions derangements of the good congregations preaching to I Tcadache you will find speedy and liver stomach and bowels nre promptly The services will be continued dur- Â¬ nernament relief by taking Electric rouevea nnu perman ing next week preaching every Bitters One trial will convince you ently cured hat this is the remedy you need evening at 7 and in the nfDernoon at Lfirge bottles only 60c at Phil But not in tho way tho huge 3 oclock tf Carpenters Drugstore nill tries to do it Thoso littlo Pellets have better methods Thoy cleanso and regulate tho whole system A protracted meeting will be comA Quick Match naturally In other words thoy do it thoroughly but mildly and gently Theres menced at the Methodist Church to occupanext Sunday and the pastor will be ThoNoss Family in their musical com no disturbance thothe system indiet or but tho tion Thoyro smallest size Rev W T Boiling D D edy A Quid Match at Potters Opera most Directive in result purely vegetable assisted by House last niht was something out of perfectly harmless Only ono littlo sugar of Wincheoter tlio ordinary course and was tho most coated Pellet for a laxative threo for a delightful entortaitimont of the kind ever cathartic Theyre tho cheapest pills you can buy The Young Mens Christian Asso- - j given in this city This is saying a good thoyro auuranleed to meet3 in the lecture room of deal when wo consider the fact that thn for your niouoy is returned clvo satisfaction elation You pay only best shows that appear at Louisville and or mo goou you get the Christian Ohurch to morrow after- Â¬ Nashville are secured by thn enterprising ior This is noon at 230 oclock All the young managers of the Potter Opera House medicines truo only of Dr Piercos standard are invited to attend The audience showed its appreciation by Eeb 4 ly men of the city frequent and long continued npplause nml several members of the wonderfully BIBLE SOCIETY MASS MEETING gifted family were called bofore tho foot Â¬ The annual mass meeting of the lights for tho third and fourth time Franklin County Bible Society at the Jimiting Gitfii Viiiies BEEN At tho Opera House pn Thursday even EXECUTOR OF niolollnn nimvrli trininvrnw iilrrhr HAVINti will of APPOINTED Thomas Brewer my father bo an occasion of more than ing next March 2d will notice Is hereby given for all creditors of his es tate to produce and prove their claims for pay The chief address usual interest RILEY BREWER Exr ment Children Â¬ LnGrippe has left you weak and The protracted meeting which was weary use Electric Bitters This begun on Sunday is still in progress at remedy acts directly on Liver It fills the bill a PfoTvwOa f TIt Â¬ barn and all other necessary Improvements In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further in Â¬ formation upply to B MARSHALL CO Agents Frankfort Ky Â¬ FOR SALE OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelbr simus couui iritmuori consisting oi one large brick resilience and ten valuable building lots Wo consider this property the Cream of the as It - unquestionably tho best to be Market had In tho city If you wlsli a desirable location tor a home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they are to bn had FORSALR erty Is well located und on account of tho large lot will be a goed Investment In addition to mak or lernis appiy 10 ing a very cicsirauiB nonie L B MARSHALL mllE PROPERTY rnHE EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY 1 street consisting of a brick residence of fi rooms and about two acres of land This prop Â¬ LH MARSHALL CO Â¬ Agents uu Agents Â¬ Â¬ Farms For Sale t ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF FOR RENT THE 1 Vi I BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 11 OMS WITH large ground known as the orphans Home I I three rooms property on Third street South Side This 1X acres of hind with moderate Improvements property will be put in thorough repair as soon 220 acres of land of lino quality with llrst class as rented Apply to improvements L 11 MARSHALL CO Agts The above three tracts of loud are located on a good turnpike road live and a half miles from Frankfort For terms apply to LHMARSHALL A CO Agents Farm For Sale cSc Ufi NOTICE j I Â¬ FOR SALE slon given immediately 1D0 ACRE- WITH MODERATE Improvements located nu a uood turnnlke only two miles from Frankfort Most of this land is m A FARM OF Â¬ Â¬ J W McGarvey and Cry for Pitchers Castoria r new land all In grass located on road thhkk milks irom Franufort L B MARSHALL CO A SMALL FARM OF FORTY ACRES OF GOOD a good Feb 18 4t Agents and would ralso good tobuccoor make a good dairy farm L B MARSHALL CO Agents Grass TirnToer v1 Tho Lovers Messongor flo Valentino I Seek out tho maid To me tliun life more ilenrs Invoke St cunltlM kindly nld And whisper In lior cmr The mermen that I clvo to thco Put forth thy utmost nrt Win IT thou canal her fancy fre And touch her maiden heart Toll her that from Its steadfast love Thero naught my soul can stir Swear by yon Klorlom sun above Im true till iltutli to her TVll her no blot nit scutcheon mars No spot nor t ilnr of sliiitno From sires who bore a patriots scum I trueo an honored name With Rifts that wisest mortals seek Tell her my cup oerllows Health lights my eye and on my cheek Youth fresh and ruddy kIows But should she still unyielding prove Een then do i ot despair Tell her her heart twill surely move That Im a millionaire R II Cornor Chat Deputy Uuitod States Mar shal on tho train tho other day coining from Louisville was showing a number of passengers a pair of hand cuffs which he intend ed to place on tho wrists of certain prisoners who were to be tried this week inLouisvillo He said that ono of tho prisoners was a well-to-d- o man but that ho would not make any distinction on that account Said he I have had prisoners to say you know me and know that I will not try to escape and I reply that they may know it themselves but I do not that the irons are more as a security for their own lives than any necessity for mo You see th ere is no telling what temptations might arise for a prisoner to escape while en route to a destination and I would not wish to kill anybody white or Honco I handcuff all my black Recently I had to go to prisoners Paducah to get a certain prisoner who stands high up in quality con- Â¬ nection and intelligence and I was bantered by the best of tho marshals who said they know I would not chain him I confess I didnt like to do it but I firmly told him he would have to submit and he did and whenever I got up from the seat I locked him to it just as I would have done the humblest citizen in the State Now that precautionary measure is a duty I owe to the marshal who ap- Â¬ pointed me and it is for that reason he always selects me whenever he has prisoners to be conducted from place to place I have been all over this country during the past four years and I suppose I have made more and saved more money out of my position than anyone who pre- Â¬ ceded me I have made on an aver Â¬ age no less than 3500 a year and when I quit Ill have 4000 besides a house and lot and other property I have accumulated Now the Deputy Marshal at Frankfort ought to have done even better than I because he was well acquainted with all the court officers and knew how to man- Â¬ ipulate the springs to his interest while I didnt even know Major Bur chett when I asked him for the place I had only been in Louisville a year and was from a northern State but you see I watched my chances and turned every corner to my ad- Â¬ vantage that I could A Â¬ Â¬ j flnost mnsic she had ever heard The proposal was continued with no Iobs depth of feeling because mingled with much laughter over their late experiences and within a few months aftowards they were united in mar Â¬ riage and are to day as hnppy a couple as may bo found in tho city of Louisville A which lie barely missed securing that fortune had been chasing him at every turn of tho path in his life and still could not ovortakohim Another yet will barely elco out a livelihood and in a moment of deepest distress accidentally run upon something in which his suddon success furnishes tho proof that his talonts were at last put to tho use3 for which nature and his education designed them I am not prepared now to say that success is measured by a mans wealth or tho estimate of his capacity to earn money which his circumstances in life may largely control but it does appear to me that there is about as much due to luck as to the mans powers of mind and body In some cases I think it is all luck and in oth Â¬ ers a mixture of chance openings and the ability to appreciate and improve them Births Alexander Saturday to tho wife of Mr Zach Alexander a son Hiskr Snturday to the wife of Mr Ooorge Iliser a daughter LaFontaini- - Monday to tho wife of Mr Gustavo LaFontaine a son J ItiiODY- - On Tuesday to the wife of Mr Pat Rhody a dnughter Real Estate Transfers Tab Smith and wife to Louis Dent and wife for 125 a lot 20 by 100 feet on tho Leestown road G V Ilarrod and wife to W W Pulliam for j2o0 an interest in 50 acres of land on headwaters of Stony creek an exchange of land between F M Wurren and wife and W W Pulliam on headwaters of Stony creek luimnnp nf nnranna IWnnrln V wprn I relating their experiences while en- gaged in sitting up with the dead All had more or less interesting in cidents to toll but only one wns thrilling enough to make a readable story Tho gentleman telling it said that it occurred a few years ago in Louisville while he was sitting up with the body of a child It was on tho lower floor of a large house whore tho windows reaching to the floor and wore not more than two feet The body lay in from tho ground one room where tho lights were turned down low and the gentleman and his friends sat in another and as the weather was warm the windows in botli rooms were raised and the blinds fastened on tho inside About ono oclock at night the friend went to the rear of tho house in the upper story to call another gentleman down to take his place and the gentleman relating his experience to the group said I was then left alone fighting mosquitoes listening to the occasional sweeps of wind through a tree that brushed against the iron water spout and trying to fasten my mind on more cheerful things than death in order to keep off the shudder that would sometimes run over me in My friend spite of my best efforts return in ten twenty nor didnt thirty minutes and I began to fear I would have to sit up with the body the rest of the night alone It after-Â¬ wards developed that ho had awaken- Â¬ ed the substitute as he supposed and had himself gone to bed in the One hour after Â¬ adjoining room ward he accidentally awoke and heard some one snoring in the next room and suspecting who it was lighted his gas and was dismayed to discover the lapse of time and that his substitute had gone back to sleep In the meantime I was alone with the dead in that immense house and not a soul on the lower floor To add to my rapidly weakening nerves I was obliged to dampen the face of the child every twenty minutes with a preparation left for that purpose by the undertaker I accomplished the task once and had taken up a small lamp to perform it again when im- Â¬ mediately at my back the shutters parted and I threw my head around and caught sight of something black and two great big eyes just as the wind blew the light out I had no other light in that room and though the door of the other room was open the gas was burning so low it was al- Â¬ most dense darkness in the room I was in If my life had deponded up Â¬ on it I could not have uttered a sound I fell back into the chair and heard a scratching noise and a bound to the floor and at that instant the door opened from the hall which al- Â¬ so had a light burning low and I saw tho substitute enter He was some- Â¬ what frightened himself at first but seeing tho open shutters quickly comprehended the situation and caught the intruder who wus making his way into the room where the ohild lay But the ghost or burglar Well he was a large Newfoundland dog thatbelonged to tho next door neighbor as I afterwards learned and had been a groat favorite of the child who with the neighbors child was his almost constant companion I had heard him howling all the night but ho made no noise when approaching tho house and must have given the shutters a hard and sudden push to have caused them to part their fastening I was told the next day that he had been chained in the back part of the neighbors yard and that it was a mystery how he That ho was had gottten loose in quest of tho body of tho child I have not a moments doubt Â¬ Tlthorlnslon In Lfe STREET RAILROAD AMENDMENT i i - An Electric Line to Haul Both Freight and Passengers Proposed if the Council Grants the Bight Â¬ Admitted the Facts Newspaper editors have to be very oareful in opening their columns for statements But aware that the Dr Miles Medical Co are responsible we make room for the following testimonial from R McDougall Auburn Ind who for two years noticed a stoppage or skipping of the pulse his left side got so tender he could not lie on it his heart fluttered he was alarmed went to different doctors found no relief but one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Cure cured him The elegant book New and Start- Â¬ ling Facts free at J W Gayles It tells all about heart and nervous dis Â¬ 3 eases and many wonderful cures Â¬ Worlds Fair We want a representee at Worlds Fair and we have cided to offer as a prize to one tomer a trip and expenses for week crrnnfc tho de cus- Â¬ AS ENTERPRISE TO HE ENCOURAGED one V Vv In - J m a h The city council have under con- Â¬ sideration an amendment to the street railroad ordinance which per mits the railroad company to haul freight over their line from the depot The mills factories and distilleries council have decided to act upon tho amendment next Tuesday night and in order that the true sense of the people on the subject might be ob- tained they have requested that all the citizens living along the proposed route who have any objections to urge against the measure be present at the meeting that night Tho rail Toad company is an enterprise which it must be conceded in its present condition is more of a public favor than a source of private profit and as the gentlemen composing the company have assumed the great risk chiefly because they believed the capital of the State needed such a public convenience the citizens should deal fairly with them and al-Â¬ low them to increase its efficiency so as to admit of an extension of the line and the change from the mules to electric power Without the right to haul freight and which by the way could be regulated within cer- Â¬ tain hours after the passenger travel had ceased at night the company will not And sufficient profit in the outlay for the proposed improvements which no progressive citizen with the inter-Â¬ est of the city at heart could fail to appreciate and commend It was - proper for the council to seek the fair expression of the people on the line on the proposed amendment but the people and the members of the board should think of the advantages to accrue to the city by an electric line that will eventually penetrate the suburbs in every direction as the objections to the use of the streets for hauling freight which some main tain will become a nuisance but which after all with tho proper regu lations in law are more captious than Throw proper safeguards real around the operation of the railroad gentlemen of the council but by all means encourage rather than repress an enterprise which promises so much for the prosperity and growth of the c ity A CHANCE FOR VASSAR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Each person making a cash pur Â¬ chase of one dollars SI worth of goods will be entitled to a guess Contest to commence March 1st and close Friday June 30th 22 M tf Weitzel ODonnell Wanted Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Cure which we are distributing free of charge and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con- Â¬ sumption and all diseases of the It will stop a throat and lungs cough quicker than any known remedy We will guarantee it to euro you If your children have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief Dont delay but get Large size 50c a trial bottle free Williams Sold by Chapman 46 Deaths Tuesday afternoon Mr Mat-Â¬ thew Jett son of the late Peter Jett and brother of Judge W L Jett of this city and Mrs Alfred Read of this county died at the home of his daughter Mrs J J Brooks in Richmond Ky The deceased was a native of this county about 62 years of age and for the best part of his life a resident of this city The funeral which occurred at the Southern Presbyterian church Thurs- Â¬ day aftervoon Rev W G Neville officiating was under the direction of Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knights Templar of which the de- Â¬ ceased was for years a member Albritton Mrs Margaret Albrit tou died at the residence of her daughter Mrs Cozine on Cross street at 11 oclock Thursday night The funeral will take place from Mrs Cozines residence this afternoon at 2 Jett Dr Hales Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 8 ters drug store v Â¬ A Four Hundred Dollar Scholar ship Offered by the Kentucky Branch of Vassar Aid Society Â¬ Sample Anderson Seoretary of the Kentucky Branch of Tho Vassar Students Aid Society with headquarters in Louisville an- Â¬ nouncing thai a scholarship of 100 is offered by tho Kentucky Branch to that applicant who passes tho best examination for admission to tho Freshman Glass of Vassar College in B a circular letter from P The Roundabout is in receipt of D President and Mary Juno 1893 Applications for the scholarship must be made before May 15 to tho Socrotary at Anchorage Ky and ex Â¬ aminations will bo held in Louisville on tho first week of June Applicants must be residents of Kentucky at least sixteen years of ago and have good health and character College catalogues may bo had by writing to tho Treasurer of Vassar College at Poughkeepsie Now York Shilohs Cure tho Great Cough and Croup Guro is for salo by us Pocket size contains twenty live doBes only 21 25c Children love it i of recovery call or address Manager Elootropoiso 311 Lewis street opposite State House All correspondence confidential 24 Those who have given up all hope Â¬ A gentleman speaking of the amus Â¬ ing incidents of love proposals said Tho wife of a friend of mine a gen Â¬ tleman who liveB in Louisville and is known all over the State told me that when her husband whose gener- Â¬ al tone of conversation inclines to raillery first proposed to her she thought it such a funny thing to see him look and spoak with such a seri- Â¬ ous air that she could not refrain from smiling This offended him and he did not call on her for several At length a months afterward cousin from a distant city visited the lady and together the trap was set to induce tho return of the gentlemen A note was despatched by the cousin who know him quite well stating that she was visiting at the house and hoped that she would have tho pleasure of an early call from him He did call and the cousin after a short while alleged an excuse left the room promising to return within a few moments Instead of the cousin the future wife walked in and ap Â¬ peared to bo very much surprised to find the gentleman in the parlor alono It was on a Sunday afternoon and a walk around Cave Hill Cemetery was At last proposed by the gentleman as the lady was seated on the pedestal of a monument and faoing another shaft rising to a great hight the gen- Â¬ tleman standing before the lady hesitating and blushing began in low and earnest words to pour out the tale of his heart felt love Just as tho lady looked up from the ground to the face of the gentleman who had finished his story and had repeated two or throe times that he could not survive an unrequited love her glance took in the inscription on the opposite monument which read Our Love Has Gone to Heaven The lady endeavored to answer him but the perversity of her mind kept tho inscription uppermost in her thoughts and despite nor best efforts she broke out into a laugh and finally into tears and pointed over to the cause of her distress In tho mean Â¬ while ho was stiffening himself again in his resentment but as soon as his oyo caught tho significance of the inscription his keen sense of the ridiculous appreciated tho situation andjho soon made hor forget her tears in a musical laugh which she averred was swooter to her then than tho Â¬ oclock Shuck Mrs Shuck an aged lady who lived on Logan street on the South Side was found dead in her bed Saturday morning An autopsy held by Dr Alvin Duvall revpaled heart trouble as the cause of her death Doxen In Covington Monday Mrs Lydia Doxen widow of the late Geo W Doxen for many years a well known merchant in this city died at the age of eighty seven years Davis Mrs Sidney Davis died Thursday night at the residence of her husband corner of Broadway and High streets Heart Disease Curable The truth of this statement may be doubted by many but when Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his new heart cure it attracts the attention of the millions suffering with sliort breath palpi tation irreg Â¬ ular pulse wind in stomach pain in side or shoulder smothering spells fainting dropsy etc A F Davis Silver Creek Neoraska by using four bottluu ef Dr Miles Now Heart Cure wns completely cured after twelve yeaia suit Ting from heart disease This woiulv mil remedy is sold by J W Oayle Hooks free 5 MM IMS The senior proprietor of this paper AftNWhll11IHUWlun WWiVWIWI has been subject to frequent colds for some yoars which was sure to CRUST ON BABY lay him up if not doctored at once He finds that Chamberlains oough It opens the Suffered Terribly No Rest for Baby Remedy is reliable secretion relieves the lungs and re- Â¬ or Parents Several Doctors stores tho system to a healthy condi- Â¬ No Benefit tion If freely used as soon as tho beon contracted and before cold has it has become settled in the system First Application of Cuticura Child Sleeps Change in Ono Week it greatly lessens the attack and Complete Cure often cures in a single day what would otherwise have been a severe an infant Eighteen Northwestern Hotel Iieportcr Dninrnrl tni months ago nour child then Thorn vna cold rlilv frnm dlHn fllantfln Des Moines Iowa 25 and 50 cent Wo tried eccral for tho child or ub rest said It wan with no benellt bottles for sale by J W Gayle doctors rust After readingTho doctors I thought I your book Milk 22 lm Druggist uoild try your Cuticura Remedies and tho moment wo put Cuticura on the child it fell asleep Inouo weeks tlrao wo could sco a change Wo kept on using tho threo and they cured the childs Now wo keep your Cuticura and meo entirely your Cuticura Soap constantly In our houso and would never bo without them 06Q When Baby was sick wo giro her Castorlft When she was a Child sho cried for Castorlft When sho became Miss sho clung to Castorla When sho bod Children sho cavo them Castorla Main and 69 Bealo Sts JOSEPH LEVY Memphis Tenn I wns sore from my waist down with eczema bavo cured mo with no sign of return I owe ray life to Cuticuiu Without doubt I would luivo been In ray grave had it not Allow mo to return my beon for your remedies slncorcst thanks W H QUALLS Taducah Ky Cuticura Remedies Kings Royal Gormatour Why is it day rapidly and apparently without any effort to plan and contrive tho means that others unavailingly labor so hard upon Some men who are far below the avorago in intellect and business capacity will put a few hun Â¬ dred dollars in an old lot nobody olso would have and in a few years tho froak of tho fashionable people in building in that direction has placed an enormous increase on the valuo of tho lot Another man of roal ability will realize in after years by the op Â¬ portunities that oamo to him and Children Cty for Pitchers Castoria said a gentleman to- Â¬ that some men can make money Internally to Skin Pre eminently the medicine of tho Tho now Dlood and all Purifier and blood of century Its phenominal success as cleanse the unci COTicunA Impurities Skin poisonous Cure and the Great elements a seller and favorite with the people Cuticura Soap an exquisite Bkln Beuutltler ex scalp of tho ternally to clear tho skiu and speedilyand restore tho is the acknowledged wonder euro every Based upon the lnlrt Instantly relievo und scaly crusted pimply medicine world species of Itching burning is unique scrofulous and hereditary diseases and humors of Germ theory of Diseases it and blood modern and at once popular com Â¬ tho skin toscalp from pimpleswith loss of hair from to scrofula mending itself as a necessary house- Â¬ iutaucy age hold remedy It advortisos best by Bold everywhere 50c Soap Speoiflc for all Catarrhal i5o Resolvent 1Price Cuticura tho Potter its use Prepared by diseases a Nerve Tonio and Blood Dnun and Chemical Corporation Boston Purifier It is without doubt the ITi- How to Curo Skin Diseases 04 pages most reliable germ destroyer in ox 60 Illustrations and 100 testimonials mailed free istance and to the extent that tho CJlRflPLKS blackheads red rough chapped and theory is correct Kings Royal it 111 oily skin cured by Cuticuiu Soap SBrm is tho remedy It is no OLD FOLKS PAINS accident but is the result of fifteen MyiA years study of medical genius For Full of comfort for all Pains Inflam inatlon nnd Weakness of tho Aged Is 19 sale by Chapman Williams Â¬ Cuticura Resolvent J- tho Cuticura Anti Pain Plaster tho first und only pain killing strength Mtlng plaster Now Instantaneous and Infallible iikkmk y4 VHWKnHntIUljhHHl v 8 W HI 1 GreatOfFIRE Sale 1000 ILirg JEANS PANTS 0 rx We have just purchased the undamaged stock ol the NEW ALBANY JEANS CLOTHING CO sold on account of their recent fire This stock is positively free from damage and will be sold as perfect goods but the low prices at which we bought them enables us to let them go at correspondingly low figures We intend to sell this stock in the NEXT 30 DAYS Bargains as you never saw before in jeans pants sold everywhere at LOT 10 100 pairs Covingtons 125 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 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 Crutc ber Duckers The blue birds and robbins are here and tis not spring Miss Annie Church is visiting friends here McGarvy brothers had a good Dr horse badly hurt last week Charles Shea dressed the wound and the animal is doing well Mr Gividen of the Millville neighborhood hud fourteen hogs killed by lightning in the storm last week llnlr -Jtnirtr will nnv fho flllfi RTld l v9 - and -tho court enrich the countyfV The boys in the trenches are be we cinnincr to find fault with Mr Cleve Wo are Democratic people but of have always claimed to be friends land They dont relish Walter Q Judges term and Gresham the best man in the cabi- Â¬ the negrohe is when theto heur some- Â¬ likely expires net Carlisle excepted thing drop in this end of his county Just be easy Grover is all right Bulldofus Hell give us a new post master at Ducker anyway How to Become Fleshy Miss Nannie VanDerventer of Lexington is visiting her father Mr Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all Larkin VanDerventer of this place nervous diseases headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness In regard to the prison contest the neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and people all seem to be of one mind hysteria but also builds up the body They care very littlo whether the I am pleased to say that after years Mason Foard Company or the State of intense suffering with nervous dis wins but we do insist that the lease ease neadacne ana prostration 1 There is but tried system be abolished Miles Restorative Nervine one sensible way to settle this matter aiid in Dr weeks gained eight pounds two increase the number of oirenseB to in weight not lie down to I which the death penalty may bo ap- Â¬ sleep but now could perfectly easy sleep plied establish the whipping post and am still improving wonderfully enforce the law and let tho State run Cannot say enough for the Nervine the prison Mrs L B Millard Dunkirk N One customer used Nervine If our Representative Mr Shouse Y will give himself the trouble to in- Â¬ and gained fifteen pounds in flesh Mayhury Cortland quire among his constituency he says Brown will find that Dick Godson of the N Y Trial bottles and elegant 3 Clipper is about right when he says book free at J W Gayles there is considerable dissatisfaction in regard to the course of Mr Shouse To Washington City We think however that the sins of Mr Shouse are rather sins of omis N Railroad will sell The L eion than those of commission round trip tickets to Washington D There seems to be a growing senti Â¬ C at 1525 March 1 and 2 1893 ment in favor of W S Barbour for good returning until March 8th Ac- Â¬ the next Judgeship of Woodford count Inauguration H B Logsdon David Hill is I am a Domoorat Agent not a better one but we think it is about time the poor nigger had some show before the courts of Ken For Sale or Rent My dwelling tucky Recently a negro in the em house on Ann street ploy of Mr R J Fogg was arrested J T Buckley tf Â¬ Â¬ -- tarks gsesammmmmsammMsmmaamsaf by the Sheriff of Franklin county taken before Judge Williams charged with an ugly offense and fined 35 There was absolutely not one ioto of proof to fix the crime on the poor If such proof fixes ignorant devil such a crime then Judge Williams or any other gentleman might easily be convicted of a like offense involving tne shame of the wife of any friend whose house he is in the habit of visiting We can conceive of but two reasons for the finding of such a verdict One its a nigger another -- The Electropolse Olive Hill Ky January 19 1893 FOE SALE RESIDENCE MY THREE STORY ON CLINTON STREET BRICK twelve rooms also tho ndjolnlng house contalnlm SEVEs ROOMS Both houses have all the modern conveniences For terms npplv to me on the premises MAO J GAINES Feb 18 2t Kentucky Midland By Shortest and Quickest between 7i Â¬ ki Manager Electropoise Dear Sir Two months ago I com- Â¬ Only direct line between menced treatment with the Electro poise for nervous dyspepsia and A KTTTTI MANAGER in each city which had W xlll J JCjJLJ town and country place to Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car chronic constipation W show samples of Shoes Clothing Dress Goods t failed to yield to any kind of treat- Â¬ WutchfH Jewelry Silverware and have price lisle Haysville Cynthiana Fal Â¬ ment I was not able to do anything lists dlstrluutfrt Man or Lady can make 500 My nerves were in a terrible condi- Â¬ to lu0U per day Send stamp for quick answer CO Louisville Ky BIGGS tion the least effort at work or labor to Jan21 3m mouth and Covington of any kind would prostrate me hours at a time I could eat only a small amount of very light diet and that ASK FOK TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND would remain on my stomach for some time palpitation of the heart and all the disagreeable symptoms A friend advised me to use the TRAINS BUN BY GENTSAL STANDARD TiME Electropoise and I consented and now am able to report a decided TIME TABLE DEC 12 1892 change My bowels are regular inpiles disappeared digestion 75 MILE5 ward fAILE6 A p U M M per cent better and have gained TltAINS E AST No 1 No 8 No 7 about 10 pounds am able to do con- 40 mi iiQliirr47WgCT V siderable work and feel that in a WXP Lv Frankfort fi00 410 1245 short time I shall be able to report a Lv Summit 600 410 1255 complete restoration to health Lv Elkhom 110 till 422 M Lv Swltzer 01b 480 I would not be without the instru125 Lv Stamping Ground 082 4 45 145 ment for any amount if I could not Lv Duvall 639 452 155 THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST got another one Very respectfully Lv Johnson 044 409 205 Lv Georgetown B 152 5 08 L P Clark Ex Co Supt of Schools 220 Lv C S Depot 050 f15 245 for Carter county Ky I v Newtown 709 527 305 to Isw Qeorg etown Lv Ceutrevllle 718 585 820 Lv Elizabeth 728 640 380 With the Electropoise we treat all C Ar Im is 737 550 S45 Time 25 Hours diseases known to the medical pro K M K M I M M SOLID VE8TIBULED TRAINS fession without medicines It does TRAINS WEST INo 2 No 4 INoairtolli not cost you a cent to consult us and The shortest and quickest C lv Paris 082 820 545 we may bo able to do you good G42 Ar Elizabeth 883 527 Ar Centervllle 04G 888 Owing to increased patronage wo Georgetown to Jacksonville Ala 451 Ar Newtown 847 054 44p have again been compelled to in- Â¬ Ar O S Denot 701 000 425 Time 26 Hours crease our quarters and we have B Ar Georgetown 1035 710 652 Solid Vestlbuled 1042 717 now fitted up rooms for tho treatment tweenClnclnnutlund Trains The Short line be Ar lomiHon 705 Ar Duvall 1048 723 716 of a limited number of patients who Ky Lexington Time 2U Hours Ar StumpiiigCi round 1055 730 735 desire to put themselves directly un- Â¬ 12 Knoxviuk Tknn Ar Swltzer 1110 744 765 n c 17 Ar Elkhom asiikvillk 1110 750 810 der our treatment where wo can chattanooga tunn 11 Ar Summit 1122 760 820 give them personal attention De g4 16 A Ar Frankfort 1130 atlanta 806 830 Call at scriptive pamphlets free b1hminuuam ala 16 Direct ConnectlonsutNewOneansundShrev office 311 Lewis street opposite port for Texas A connects with L N Mexico and California State House B connects with Q C and L S Leave Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rullwaj C connects with K C N S Hill Manager vluGeorietown 546 am urrlvoClnolnnatI102C CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT I M n xw UEMt Sj Â¬ 941 llllO Â¬ iiKmvvvsa25 I I I H Â¬ mm PiiH Â¬ I I 1 Â¬ Â¬ Needing a tonic or children who want build liiK up should take IiADIKS Qulckerthan am trains All Depot Cincinnati anyotherllne urrlv utdepartfromContralOnlos For Rates Â¬ It Is pleasant Biliousness Liver Complaints find Neuralgia nnoYVNH ikon bitters cures Malaria Indigestion D E T OIJABLETON D P AT A Chattanooga D r EDWARDS MILLER Mupscnaure TrafMnu Cincinnati 0 9PAAT w 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 apply to their agents C D BEROAW B B WEITZELJ Gen Pass Agt city Ticket Agent GEO B HARPER Gen Supt L ltifkittemi ASvwfctoijiiil Ajittjfiili-f-iAj- j Uttiltfil