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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v The GEO A Eramfort Koiwdabout A WEEKLY PAP ERr DE VOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS h LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advance NO 26 N VOL XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power w r FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY MARCH 4 1893 Latest U S Govt Report as to leave space for the free and un Â¬ interrupted use of tho street for tho passage of vehicles over said point The construction of this line shall first beKin nt Its connection with the Kentucky Midland depot and con- Â¬ tinue to its completion The privileges herein authorized for transferring freight shall not be operated during tho use of the line for passenger traffic nor shall passen Â¬ gers and freight be transferred over said line at the same time The franchise ur privilege to trans- Â¬ fer freight cars over said line on the streets nerein named shall only be operated by the Capital Railroad Company and shall in no case be transferred to any trunk railroad en- Â¬ tering Frankfort and if such privi- Â¬ lege is used or operated by any such railroad thiB privilege shall be forfeit-Â¬ ed at the pleasure of the council after a full hearing before the body Col L E Harvie addressed the council in opposition to the amend- Â¬ fcfc ict ML aga Baking Powier ing a remittance of his fine was re- Â¬ jected Petition of citizens on Short street asking that sidewalks be repaired and gas and water be placed on said Street ReferccU t the sjtreet water and gas committees City Olerk Toddc reported that the amount of money paid out by the present city council on account of debts oontraoted by the out going counoil was 300131 On motion of Councilman Gray the report wa8 received and ordered spread on the minutes Mr W T Flynn asked that Henry Proctor colored be placed on the pauper Hat at 3 per month Adopt Â¬ ed Mr Furr moved that the salary of bridge keeper remain at 10 per month Adopted Mr Miles moved that all bids received on the work house be rejected and new bids advertised for and that the matter be postponed until the next regular meeting Adopted There being no further business the council adjourned until Thurs day night at 7 Qclock Â¬ It May Be YOD NOW NEED Wire Door Mats Shovels Pokers Or Coal Hods ARSOUTEE PURE WW 4 B vw Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING Best and Cheapest to he had From 1 February 28 1893 Chairman Milam and Present Councilmen Furr Bllwangor Grayr Miles and Swigert The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved The following communication was received from the Mayor vetoing the ordinance in relation to vehicles I ment Mr Watson moved that the presi- Â¬ dent appoint a committee of six to investigate the matter and report to the oouncil This was adopted and the president appointed tho commit- Â¬ tee but at this point Mr Gray moved that the president and city attorney be added to tho number Mr Watson then moved to amend by adding the whole council which was agreed to Mr J N Miles moved that the li- Â¬ cense of the lumbermen be placed in the eleventh olass 20 Adopted Mr Miles also moved that the sum of 30 be appropriated to Dunl gan Nlcol or an additional appro- Â¬ priation of 5 be made to the one previously granted them Adopted yeas 8 nays 0 Adjourned until tho next regular meeting m M P GRAY Hardware Merchant M MV frl - M f PSs jwr UK fi y U fc ft w v - VIFH liP V Section 23 of ordinance No 11 has been the law of this city for many years Jt is true that it has not been enforced it is also true that there has been a constant demand for its lows to section 1 after the words Add enforcement It is a good law and oity limits the following And for can work no injury to any person if freight and passenger purposes viz strictly complied with On Wilkinson street north from My opinion is that it is too liberal Broadway to city limits on Mero property owner has a atroet east from Wilkinson to High I think that the right to the use of the street and a street on High street south from the right to insist that it be kept open as of Holmes and Mero a means of Ingress and egress to and intersection streets to Clinton street on Clinton from his property and it is a well Kentncky Midland rail settled question that the councilÂ¬ streeteast to road and Louisville and Nashville has no right to authorize the appro yards priation of any portion of the streets freightprivileges herein to authorize Tho or alleys to private use or any other the transfer of freight cars from the purpose than public onjoyment depot to and from the For the reasons recited I roturn said railroad establishments on my approval manufacturing this ordinance without said lino by electric power and none Very respootfully other provided that no company Richard Tobin corporation or individual or railroad Mayor company now doing business in this To the Board of Councilmen oity shall have any preferential priv Â¬ Â¬ Mr Miles movod to rooonsider the ileges not granted or allowed to anperson company corporation other vote by whioh the amendment was or individual in transferring freight 0 passed Adopted yeas 5 nays over said streets and a violation of The vote was then taken on sus this provisloli shall authorize a for Â¬ privlloge No freight taining the Mayors veto and result Â¬ feiture of this loaded or unloaded pn cars shall be ed as follows Yeas fl nays 0 the streets but said company are au Â¬ A communication was rocoivou thorized to construct and place from Mr1 Schumard in relation to switches on the streets connectingÂ¬ their linos into the manufactur theBBOBBmontof tho laundry prop Â¬ withootablishmeuts on said linos ing erty whioh after muoh discussion Said railroad shall bo so construct Â¬ j ed on Wilkinson street north of Hill was left as it stood Petition of W H Armstrong ask street near the old powder magazine Â¬ zen I am satisfied that the council did not intend to pass a law that would operate in that way The amendment also discriminates in favor of church proper oy We all respect and reverence ohurches and church property yet I know of no law that guarantees a greater degree of protection to churoh property than it does to the home of the citi property Ky Feb 28 1893 Gentlemen I am in receipt of an ordinance passed by the council at a meeting neia on tne zisc met en- Â¬ titled An ordinance to amend sec Â¬ tion 23 of ordinance No 11 of printed Said ordinance reads as ordinances Provided that this section follows shall not embrace transient vehicles from the country whioh may be placed as near as possible to the sidewalks so aB to never put shalts This pro Â¬ or tongues on sidewalks vision does not license any person to place vehicles of any kind in front of any chuich property during service The section to whioh this is an amendment provides 4that it shall be unlawful ior any person or persona to stand or place any vehicle or run Â¬ ning gear or part of vehicle on any of the streets or alleys of the city unless upon the joint consent of the owners of property on both pides of the street or alley and the council The CJity Attorney informs me that if thia proviso or amendmeut be- Â¬ comes a law that it practically annulB section 23 and that the section aB amended will be inopera tive If the council will examine this closely they will find thia to be true The marshal and other police officers whose duty it is to enforce the law have no way of distinguish- Â¬ ing between a transient vehicle and a resident vehicle thiB alone would render the law inoperative The amendment discriminates in favor of the non resident as against the resident To illustrate Presi dent Milam owns a livery stable on Washington street Mr Smith from Versailles comes tp the city and puts up with him Mr Milam di rects his hostler to stall Mr Smiths horse and runhiB buggy out on the street in front of Councilman Mc Olures residence This is permissa ble under the proposed amendment yet thiB same amendment prohibits Mr McOlure from standing or placing his own vehicle in front of hiB own Mayors Office Frankfort 11 1 H Â¬ ADJOURNED MEETING 1892 Thursday March 2 Six points out bf many whereDr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are better Â¬ Present President Milam and all the councilmen except Mr McClure who was out of the city on business The minutes of the last meeting weie read and approved M L Orutcher Co presented a i petition for a license for a retail fur- Â¬ niture store On motion of M r Watson it was referred to the license commit- Â¬ tee with power to act MrL Mangan presented a petition numerously signed by the by the citÂ¬ izens whoBe property was affected protesting against granting the Cap- ital Railway Company the right to transfer freight cars over certain A counter peti- Â¬ streets of the city tion also numerously signed was pre- Â¬ sented by the company while a number of the business men of the city who favored the granting of the privilige presented a third petition At the request of the council Es quire Pat McDonald of the Railway Company read the printed copy of the desired amendment to the street car ordinance whioh had been circu Â¬ lated through the city during the day It was as follow3 Be it ordained by the Board of Coun- Â¬ cilmen of the city of Frankfort Section 1 That the original ordi- Â¬ nance authorizing and directing the sale of astreot railroad franchise of the city of Frankfort which was Bold at public sale to the highest bidderÂ¬ and purchased by the Capital Rail way Company be amended aB fol- Â¬ Â¬ action 3 than other pills 1 Theyre the smallest and easiest to take little sugar coated gran ulea that every child takes readily 1 Theyre perfectly easy in their no griping no disturbance 111 or cleanse the system according to size of dose 4 Theyre the cheapest for theyre guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money is returned You pay only for the good you get 5 Jfut up in glass are always iresh indiges 6 They cure constipation tion bilious attacks sick or bilious headaohes and all dorangements of the liver stomach and bowels Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Their effect lasts Theres no They regulate reaction afterward Jiny 80 ly rAAA AJtrAAAAAAAAAJVAAinrAAJVA - J0 Injustice to Judge Williams In our last Issue appeared a letter from our correspondent at Duckers which owing to our absence from home was not revised before it was put Into type a fact which we re Â¬ gret exceedingly as one paragraph did gross injustice to County Judge Ben G Williams Since our atten- Â¬ tion was called to the matter we have investigated the case of whioh our correspondent wrote and find that the Judge was entirely justifiable in his action and that the evidence in the case was of such a convincing na- Â¬ ture that there was no other course left to the Judge but to find the de Â¬ fendant guilty and affix a fine In faot tho records of the court show that the evidence of the accused himself Bhowod his guilt Why our correspondent should have perverted tho facts we are at a loss to under Â¬ stand Â¬ Â¬ WOOD MANTEL S S if WVVtWWVtVJV i BRQWER unsurpassed f assortment for tho Spring Trade now on exhibition i in i i i m BirdsBue SCOTT ue c Â¬ Â¬ I i i i GHarru Birnri --TJ 1C t SSHILOHs Cures Consumption CourIio Croup Soro Sold by all nroaektt on a Guarantee Throat For a Lame Side BackorChet Shiloha Porous Platter will give great fatifaction 7 cents SHBLOHS VITALIZER Mrs T BnawlUns Chattanooga Tcnn8ayB - ShHoh8 Vttanwr sd l mi JjImx- i contiacriiineDesiremcuujnruucimuuiruBiwtiit I ever used For DrBpepslajJjlvor or Kidney trouble it excols Prlco75ap From the most cele brated mautel makFRAZEE P ers in the United States all the pop ular finishes Complete stock of m Hearths and Fac- i ings Grates and Main and Broadway Trimmings Fire i Brick c Builders i are LEXINGTON KY i and Contractors to cordially invited examine our line and get prices jffk jftf fa ft jft jftg Oc ffL Â¬ jrfW s g f f f f f f f fr j HP M Havo you Catarrh Try thtoRoroody Jtwlll rots in Â¬ relieve aud Curo you PriooW eta urnlshod jector for Its successful troattaent by ue oa a free Bhllohs Keraedlea are sola guarantee to glvo Batlsf aotion S Jan HILOHSATARRH if i An Expert Mantel Setter Employed Satisfaction and ijj Lowest Prices Guaranteed I REMEDY i BfiOWER SCOTT FBAZEE t For sale by 28 W lj McKee Hardie OLD STAND j CARPETS FURNITURE WALLPAPER DRAPERIES t UALIS - v uj Rr J V 10000 Bolts of 83 n T T 1 1 JsJ var T2 V O e XT We will close out as follows 5j 6j Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at Sherwin gallon 145 a1X cents and 83 We make the following cash Prices Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg 190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts 10 Distons Hand Saw Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 37 Y cents per box 1 Williams Paint at 145 per Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 04 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list Trace Chains 35 cts Farmer- Humes 50 cts Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 Grate Baskets 4 ct per pou id Milburn Wagons fron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Stdde Bltin Hose Coupling Iron Seel Wagon Material Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed O its Field and Garden Seed And a full line of Iacr THIS HANDSOME T r m M GENERAL- - HHRDWMRE AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE F Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles f ET M A COLL INS the young violin virtuoso She is a remarkably handsome young woman and is well known in this city having frequently been the guest of Miss Anica Muldoon Opposite the Farmers Bank is in the city Large size only Mr George Rogers and wife enter- Â¬ tained a number of their young friends at their home on Logan street Tuesday evening The guests enjoy- Â¬ ed the mazy dance until an early hour in the morning An impromptu hop was given at Sower Ahlers Hall Wednesday evening by some of the young men of the city and was attended by a se- Â¬ lect party of yonng people Prof Wolf furnished the music upon the piano to which the light fantastic was tripped until the wee sma hours For a Solid Miss Loula Suter entertained the Capital City Literary Club at her ANTIQUE or home on Arlington Heights Tuesday evening SIXTEENTH Miss Birdie Szymanski gave a birth Â¬ CENTURY day party at the home of her parents Wednesday even- Â¬ on West Broadway ing which was attended by a large number of her young friends Games of all kinds were participated in after which a splendid supper was spread to which the guests did am- Â¬ good3 NICELY FINISH Eb WITH MIRROR Dr W P Banta who is attending ple justice medical college in Louisville spent Keep your eye in this apace and we will put you on to some special several days with his parents here We desire to say to our citizens GOOD THINGS this week day Rev W 0 Taylor wife and child- Â¬ hat for years we have been selling Mrs H B Smith of Owenton is ren returned Wednesday evening Or Kings New Discovery lo Dr Kings New the guest of Mr nnd Mrs Dan Glan from Rochester N Y and are now Consumption at home at the parsonage ton Life Tills Bucklens Arnica Savt Jan21 ly Miss Nellie Innes is the guest of Miss Laura Craddock accompanied tnd Electric Bitters and have Mrs G F Thompson of the South by Capt James Blackburn went to never handled remedies that sell Washington City Tuesday to visit her Side most interesting descriptions of all Boal Estate Transfers as well or that have sriven such Â¬ Mr Stuart Wood of St Louis vis sister Mrs Jas Blackburn jr the leading flowers and vegetables as Miss Mary Brent who has been universal satisfaction We donot ited his mother near Woodlake this Joseph L Duvall and wife to John well as many pages printed in color- Â¬ spending the winter in Covington hesitate to guarantee them every week Long and Stephen B Hoskins for ed ink telling of tho new novelties her sister Miss Todd SafTell has returned from has joined will make herin this city rime and we stand ready to re F800 a tract of tnirty two acres near with hundreds of engravings and home Xouisville where she spent the past where she directions for their successful cultiva- Â¬ Bloomington Mrs Chapman Coleman of Berlin hand the purchase price if satismonth tion The appropriate quotations Germany will sail for this country Next to the Wooden Bridge alone are worth more than tne price Mr W L Willet of Louisville has on Wednesday next to visit her moth- Â¬ factory results do not follow their but really it costs nothing as the These remedies have won been in the city Beveral days visiting er Mrs Mary S Heudrick in this use Old coins well preserved will be 10 cents sent for the Guide can be friends their greav popularity purely on city taken for double their face value in deducted from first order For sale by Judge W P D Bush of Louisville Mrs Florence Garrett sister of their merits We advise our readers to send 10 exchange for pictures One dozen was in the city Thursday on legal Mrs Thomas Oorbett has leased the P H Carpenter Druggist artists steel engraving eftect photos cents to James Vioks Sons Rochesbusiness Dudley Institute building at the a one 16 by 20 steel effect portrait ter N Y for the Poets No of Vioks Miss Edna Magruder of Graefens intersection of Bridge and Second Tired of His Job handsome 5 inch frame only 6 guar- Floral Guide fturg visited her friends in the city street on the South Side and is open anteed the latest most artistic and to engagements for board and lodgthis week Howb This Lieutenant W P Evans Nine- Â¬ permanent photo prints made sam Â¬ ing ples at studio Copying enlarging C Bennett and Judge and Mrs teenth Infantry U S A who has to soAgents We offer One Hundred Dollars Re daughter left Wednesday for Wash Â¬ Mr James H Wright who was been in this city for several months and framing We only wantedaway Â¬ give licit orders formerly a citizen of the county liv ward for any case of Catarrh that ington Oity on detached duty in connection with for 30 days c the snapjjeatohes of can not be cured by taking Halls Capt Smith Cook of Shelby coun- ing noar Farmdale but who is now aprominent attorney at law of Pres- the Kentucky State Guard has been defrauding firms by furnishing you Catarrh Cure ty the Kentucky Giant was in the cott Arizona was in the city on work at about relieved at his own request and with the same grade ofpay Free Por P J OiiBNBy0oProps Toledo O city Tuesday half the oharges you Wo Hie undersigned have known Tuesday en route to Washington on ordered to report to his regiment trait concerns Try us P J Oboney for tho last 15 years and Mrs Dora Ferguson went to New legal business This was Mr Wrights Blue Bootii Pictuke Studio boliove h tu perfectly honorable in York Monday to sblect her spring aud first visit here in forty years Madame Stewart the dress maker 26 4t till buoinertfl transactions and finan Â¬ summer goods on Main street will open her parlors Gen J N Huston of Connersville cially able to carry out any obligaÂ¬ Kings Boyal Oormatour Mr G Allison Holland of Obata Jnd who for for a part of President for the spring season on Monday Â¬ tions made by the firm aooga formerly of Eminence waB in Harrisons administration was United March 6 Madame Stewart has bePre eminently the medicine of the West Truax Wholesale Druggists come well known to the ladies of States Treasurer was in the city this the city Monday century Its phenominnl success as Toledo Ohio week attending a meeting of the Frankfort during the season just past Marvin Whole Miss Alice Buford returned Friday Board of Directors of the American and suprised and delighted them by a seller and favorite with the people Walding Kinnatt sale Druggists Toledo Ohio from a visit to her sister Mrs Hattie Gas Company a large part of the the gift she possesses jot designing Ib the aoluiowledgnd wonder of the medicine world Halls Oatarrli Cure is taken inter Â¬ Based upon the Stom in Calvert City and the fashionable cut of all gar Germ theory stock of which is owned in this city of DIooascs it Is unique nally acting directly upen the blood Mrs 0 A Stewart has returned Mr Edward Exum of Ogden Utah ment that left her establishment land modern and at oace popular com Â¬ and mucous surfaces of the systom from New York Oity bringing with and Mr Ben Exum of Yazoo Oity we bespeak for her a prosperous mending Itself as a nooossary house Â¬ Prioe 75c per bottle Sold by all her the latest Eastern designs Miss visited their cousin Mr Ohas season hold remedy It advertises best by druggists Specific for all Catarrhal its use Mrs Ohas F Exam and ohildren Exum of this city the first of the To Florida Miles Norvo and Liver Fills diseasos a Nerve Tonic and Blood Wednesday morning for a visit week The first named gentleman left who was Deguty United States MarPurifier is without doubt tho It to relatives near Ohristiansburg N railroad will sell round moot The Act on a new principle regulating shal under President Cleveland is trip L destroyer in exreliablo tickets to DeFuniak Springs iutanee nud germthe extent that the- the liver stomach and bowels though Messrs O W Snyder J T Uping now a prominent applicant fqr the to Florida February 18 to March 22 in- germ theory iH correct Kings Boyal the nerves A new discovery Dr ton and George R Blllingsley of Lex marshalship of that territory Good returning clusive at 2400 ton were in the city on Wednesday Gen S B Buckner and wife aud until April 10 Account Florida Chau- Â¬ Oermeteur is tho remedy Ib is no Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ accident but is the result of fifteen bad taste torpid liver piles constipaMessrs Ohas F Exum J R Wil- their son Bolivar jr passed through tauqua yesira study of medical genius For tion Splendid for men women and en route to Washing Â¬ liams James Andrew Scott and W the city Monday H B Loosdon Smallest mildest surest ale by Chapman Williams 19 ohildren JR Ohoate left Thursday evening for ton City to be present at the inaugu- Â¬ Agent 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at ration ceremonies They were met Washington City at the depot hero by a large number Wanted To purchase 10 acres Poetical Number Vioks Floral J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Misses May and Jennie Milward of of the State officials and citizens who Guide 180J3 Lexington who had been visiting took the occasion of the appearance near this city Apply at this ofllce Dr Halos Household Ointment Miss Margaret Lewis returned home of the ex Governors refutation of the more advertising dodge but Is not a Monday afternoon Ts the finect remedy in charges made by Gov Brown to tes COMMENCING MARCH 1 one of tho finest works of the kind It absolutely oures catarrh the world It euros ever issued and should be owned by Virgil Hewitt Assistant Audi Â¬ tify their appreciation and esteem Mr Cures every person in the land who has a Nouralgia and Rheumatism tor wont to Florida Monday for a The LouiBville Times of Tuesday With every cash purchase of foot of land to cultivate or is in any Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum to join his son Frank has the following recreation and complimentary who is sojourning in that State for mention of a popular young lady of one dollar you are entitled to way interested in growing flowers or In the moat soothing manner Cores liis health Miss Emma Morris of a guess on the number of pins vegetables Within beautifully illus- Â¬ Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids this city Cures Cough Can bo Frankfort Ky has been appointed niloofl Jon of1 nun afnnn trated and illuminated covers --show taken internally and Colds Mrs George B Salondor and sister by the A positive specific ing the Pansy Sailors at work njLn Postmaster General a mem- Miss Beatrico Ready after a pleasant bor of the Examining Board under The first person guessing the Carrying plants and bulbs and seeds for Pneumonia Outa Bruiees Burns visit to their mother in Louisville for tne uivil Chilblains Soros of long standing gee ineir examine ap the past two weoks returned home plicants service act to in the post- - nearest win expenses torau Everything tho garden needs Corns and Bunions are cured quickly for positions the road fare and on Monday At every port their craft will call different from aH elso superior to all office at Frankfort Miss Morris is a one week goods from Vioks for one and olse it has no equal 25 and Sflo boxes Mrs Landon Thomas accompanied sister of Mr John H Morris who is Worlds Fair for Large size cheapest Sold at Oakpisn ODONNELL With WBITZBL aU by her daughtors Misses Anne and in charge of Bashford Manor Stables 8 100 pages 8x10 inches of tho thrb drug store to Augusta Georgia and a cousin of Master George Smith Over Emily wont Mr VV F Dandridge has returned from Chicago Mr F L McOhesney of Paris was in the oity Thursday Mr Hal Oorhett has returned from a short visit to Pineville Mr Ohas Clark of Louisville was liere the first of the week Col E Polk Johnson returned from Washington City Monday Mrs J B Hamilton has returned from a visit to Plaasureville Mr John T Hogan of Versailles visited friends hero this week Mrs Egbert Stephens is visiting Tier parents in Aberdeen Ohio Miss Kreer of Chicago is the guest of her uncle Mr W B George Judge Thomas H Hargis of Louis- Â¬ ville spent Tuesday in this city Mr Richard Church is home from the great horse sales in the East Miss Rebecca Averill returned this week from a visit to Harrodsburg Misses Daisy and Henrietta Black- Â¬ burn were in the city on Tuesday Mr and Mrs Thos Brislan made a business trip to Cincinnati Monday Mr Ohas S Milward of Lexington apent Sunday with Mr Will A Lewis Mrs Joseph H Lewis and Mrs Wickliffe were in Louisville on Mon- Â¬ Thursday to spend the month of March with her son Mr Landon Thomas Mrs Cliff Shropshire of Lexington visited her mother and sister hero last week Mr Western Thomas of Anderson Ind spent Sunday with his mother in this city Mr Brownlow Jameson of Beatty ville has been in the city this week on business Mr Will Cannon of Midway spent several days with Mr H Berry and wife this week Mr Dan R Henderson and wife of Georgetown spent Sunday with Rev H G Henderson Hon T D Marcum of Catletts burg ex Register of the Land Office was in the city on Tuesday Miss Florence Kendall of Lexing- Â¬ ton is visiting hor grandmother Mrs Kittie Kendall at Thorn Hill Mrs E Evans and family have re- Â¬ turned from Indianapolis and will make their future home in this city Mrs W H Phythian has returned from Indianapolis with her family and will make her home in this city Mr R K McOlure left Tuesday for Boston New York and other eastern cities to purchase his stock of spring Social Events Reed Rocker 298 850 SON tim E i Oak Sideboard R ROGERS ti Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - vli Â¬ Â¬ W Sl raHBuEaHBBwBWEwWBBBWBWltwBWBWBBitBBffiwRWaW jiuJJLt IIMHOMI 1MMl1MMinfflimi - i JlAriL- - jAih u A L i- V1 llTTir fiWtmiMinTiMriiTBilMMMilHMMMMlMMM- iyttl AAiaidJtiiM ritiwiJ - - - jW v 3 I j If- f r 1 I m iiuhmwih J VI WA- - fcr DIAMONDS r C LOCK S K I WATCHES rvfev JEWELRY ILYERIARE Solid Silver Spoons Sterling Inlaid Spoons Forks tv r ROGERS Knives ti x Forks M A Spoons Officers Association t Quito a number of officers of the Kentucky Stato Guard met in this city on Wednesday and Thursday andformed anu0fflcer8 Association The principal subject of discusalon after organization was the encampment next summer and it was unani mously decided to hold tat Chicago beginning August 4th if the neces- Â¬ sary funds could be secured Gover- Â¬ nor Brown informed the association that there was not enougli money to the credit of the State guard to pay for the trip but as it would cost only about 2000 more in all to hold it at Chicago than at some point in this State he did not doubt the Legislature would appropriate an amount sufficient to enable the pro jest to be carried out It was Anally decided to ask the Legislature to make such an appropriation and after discussing other subjeots of interest to the State Guard the asso- Â¬ ciation adjourned Among the higher officers present were Colonels Castleman Barrett Smith Gaither and Graham Major Watt Adgt Gen Gross Assj Adgt Gen Richardson and nearly all the regimental officers of the 2d regi Â¬ ment besides the Captain or a Lieu- Â¬ tenant from most of the companies of the State Â¬ Â¬ tf I IJIBPMIWMIWW li iliTlTrirfiaMMIWillWUHP MH lli i1 lfWw Warranted 25 Years Selbert JEWELER Frankfort Ky Top Drawer LOCAXi Q L HANNEN P O SOWER Small Fire Saturday On Satur day about one oclock a blaze in the kitchen at Mrs Lizzie Walcntts residence on North St Clair street Â¬ G L HANNEN DEALERS IN- - CO was extingushed with small loss Sam Harrod who was serving a sentence in jail for carrying a concealed weapon was pardoned by Gov Brown and released from custody Serenaded Mrs James Sower was serenaded by Wolfs Orchestra rtttthe residence of her husband on Wilkinson Btreet Tuesday evening the occasion being her birthday and Oils Paints Harness Saddles VV Kood PLOW that nover makekjou angry and nlways keep you tflad that you bought it just come in and pet yon an will c Sash Doors Glass ZEPxarLlsfbxt 2237- - Pardoned Out of Jail Saturday Â¬ 323 nn Broad-7a37-- 7 - - H t after the music her callers were in- OLIVER CHILLED vited in to partake of refreshments SOLD BY Deserved Compliment Mr Geo W Lewis son of Mr J B Lewis of this city who has been attending G L HANNEN the Male High School in Louisville Â¬ i in - W- f if yi has been offered and has accepted a position in the Bank of Kentucky in G0 that city This same position was previously offered to him but was re- Â¬ in7 3in fused at that time owing to its inter- Â¬ ference with his studies and the rep- Â¬ taken to the asylum at Anchorage pleased the Divine Providence to afflict them Therefore commend them etition of the offer is a deserved com- Â¬ by Deputy Sheriff Sullivan for consolation to Him who orders all pliment to his character Removed to Owenton Dr J L things for the best and whose chas- Â¬ mercy For Stealing Otto Schmitt was Massie who received a life sentence tisements are meant inheartfelt testi- Â¬ TWO SUBURBAN RESIDENOES Resolved That this on Thursday morning tried before for the murder of Jesse Honaker in monial of our sympathy be forwarded HUNT PROPKKTY LATELY OCJUPIED byUHil Iluulln situated Squire McDonald for robbing the Owen county which was afterwards to the famiJy of our deceased broth- Â¬ terminus ot Shelby streut rioutuat the southern Â¬ FranKfort con baggage of boarders at the Hotel reversed by the Court of Appeals er taining abou 5 ncresof bind Preparing to Move Out C A Nelson Tbe rilACKBUUN PtAOi adjol tints tue above Freeman and held over to the April was removed Tuesday from the jail sltua ed t tue MHithern terminus ot Logan W T Reading Committee street containing two und o eliaif cies Pos The Mason Foard Company term of the circuit court in the sum in this county where he has been Geo Salender J session ot botu jjtveu Iinmedlrttely ior terms broke ground yesterday for the foun- Â¬ of 200 failing to give which he was confined for safe keeping to Owenton appt to FHAJi CllINN r Mar 3t to stand trial again dation of a large warehouse one remanded to jail O N Rogers hundred and fifty feet long by seventy-fDelivery Wagon Mr Jas Hee Accepted a Position Mr Charles ive wide on their lot near the ney on Wednesday received a new G Payne late City Clerk has accept- Â¬ V 1itneNry ate nothingbut dry Kentucky Midland yards The work delivery wagon made by Mr for of J B ed a place with Mr E M Williams prcAterriDiethree years on account He disease Dyspepsia will be pushed right along so as to Hamilton which is a hoauty Mr the South Side coal dealer Mr nt have the building in readiness to Heeney does not confine himself to Payne is a popular and efficient clerk Ftros that he was entirely cured By Household Tea and can J U ft fia A iiviiMtrns sxaccnaawawiW receive their large stock of chairs on the ornamental in business however whose engagement with Mr Williams Dr Halesanything This greatest iff mow eat the first of May as they expect to but in addition has all the useful will doubtless have a tendency to in Â¬ tnedicme Known ib sold at 25 and eo fcents per paWrage at GARPamrBOaB give up their lease on the prison things in the grocery line at the low- Â¬ crease that gentlemans business fe Hftjjd brte labor about that time m est market prices They have already begun shutting H ovelty Company Proposed Hops The Liedorkranz Rheumatism Quickly Cured down labor in the shops within the Society will give a hop on the eve Â¬ walls and will shortly begin the ning of The Opera House will open its A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Three days is a very short time in Easter Monday and the Inde- Â¬ orection of buildings on outside of the which to cure a bad case of rheuma Â¬ doors next Monday March 6 when known for 15 years as tho BEST prison into which they will remove pendent Grapevine Club will also tism but it can be done if the prop- Â¬ Harts Boston Novelty Co will make REMEDY FOR PILES give one shortly after the close of er treatment is adopted as will be rirpirtdbf niClUIlDSOiTTAYLOItMEn CO BTLOCTS their valuable machinery and con- Â¬ lent seen by the following from James a bid for popular support This is tinue the manufacure of chairs with Â¬ tour ot the Lambert of New Brunswick 111 Mstaqtuurr Grey John Dead The fire boys was badly afflicted with rheumatism I panysecond annualreputationtms acom- Â¬ roSTMQCiiTrrr labor free and its past is posare in mourning Grey John the best in the hips and legs when I bought a itive guarantee that the company is norse in the department is dead bottle of OhamberlainB Pain Balm first class in every respect The list Matrimonial The old fellow has had frequent spells It cured me in three days I am all of artists is headed by the famous We have received the following of illness during the last year or two right today and would insist on everyone who is afflicted with that Bawa troupe star musical comedians W H wedding invitation which lasted only a few days but he terrible disease to use Chamberlains direct from the Casino New York 5 50 was taken down on Thursday and Pain Balm and get well at once Mr and Mrs J M Wise cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle followed by the Roger Bros great Invite jou to bj present at tbe marriage notwithstanding ho had the attention druggist german dialect comedians Geo S lm of their daughter of Dr Sprengle the skillful veteri Â¬ Austin Americas greatest wire per- Â¬ Lizzie nary and the boys worked manfully to former Bartlett and May comedy Resolutions of Respect to save him he died that night Mr Hurry II Case FOR YEARS sketch artists Leslie and Curde Wednesday evening March 25th 189a The Watterson Special The The following resolutions were black face comedians Mat Farnan Has loci ail Worm Remedies lit 7 oclock special train of the Watterson Demo- adopted by Frankfort Lodge No 10 oharaotor comique Mabel Francis EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED 87 llarjlnnd aye Cumberland Maryland cratic Club en route for Washington Knights of Honor held on Tuesday in an ontiroly new and novel special SOLD EVERYWHERE The young couple will be at home to witness the inauguration passed evening ty Ruby Hart in songs of the day rtprdbjniCIUKD80MAILORSD CO BTIAUIS 216 Broadway No this city after through this city as a second section Frankfort Ky Feb 28 03 Fisher and Crowell change artists March 17th To the officers and jnembcrs of Frank- Â¬ Besides this large list of talent an SADDLE Rufp Haldi On Tuesday a li- Â¬ to the F F V Limited on Thursday fort Lodge No 10 K of ti orginal afterpiece by Scott Marble a cense was granted to Mr T J Ruff It was splendid train and the mem- Â¬ Your committee to draft proper bers of the club and their guests will of entitled A Bowl m Soup resolutions upon the death of this city to wed Miss Elizabeth have no complaint to NO 156 make on that brother M E Jett beg leave of ourÂ¬ Never be without it Mr Chas to reHaldi score port the following Visscher 44 Lincoln Ave Springfield National Sad ilo Horso Register Ansparoer Morrow Wm Am view of the Whereas O writes Five doses of Dr Bulls Sentenced to Work House Mon rary absence Infrom our midst tempo Cough sparger and Miss Florence B Mor-Â¬ day of afternoon Jim Givens colored beloved brother M E Jett and our cough Syrup cured me of a severe Sired by the Great Jtoscoe of I shall always keep it row were on Tuesday licensed to for stealing a ham from Howard the still greater grief experienced by lBtdmn by Beauty No GM N S n R wed McCoy was sent to the work house those who are nearest and dearest to 2ldam byMuclc Strength and Health Mr Luke for two months by County Judge him Therefore be it Wallaoe Diokerson Sidai by American Clar Ileaolved That it is but just to say Wallace and Miss Emma Dlckorson Williams If you aro not feeling strong and No7K10wl n 1888 fark bu7 wn Wtick that in the absenco of our brother wore united in marriage by Rev wo If lots or 151a handsa horse ot man und Mil subInternal Revenue Collections andare deprived of an activo social healthy try Electric Bitters and pints Ktyle mwlMPfi- high Finewonderful bone withand George Darsio on Thursday after-Â¬ LaGrippe has left you weak dutiful member ArlllfA fltlil IIIi The collections for February of in Â¬ Resolved That wo tenderly condole weary uso Electric Bitters Mwh great saddle horses ns Uoscoe noon at the residence of Mr Job lnis Blue Jeans ternal revenue in this district by with tho family of our beloved broth- Â¬ remedy acts directly on Liver Smith in Bellepoint vuuir wm k a Deputy Collector Tarlton of this er and oxtond to them our heartfelt Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding TEU1IS make tho those organs to perform their func- Â¬ Stock Farm Will miles fromseason at Bello Grove Glahs Brooe County Clerk Smith oity aggregated 118701 for which sympathy with the assuranoo that six Frankfort at on Monday issued a marriage license 3141 barrels of whisky wore released tho temporary absence of our brnthnr tions If you are afflicted with Sick 15 FOR A LIVING COLT has broucrht us nearer nnd hinrnnfi neauacne you will find snoedv and to Riohard M Glass and Gertrude from bond the affeotion of tho brotherhood to- - pernamont relief by taking Electrio A cash premium of 2T will be nlven for the best Broce of Bald Knob outers une trial wm convince you colt by him foal of Q4 fceehtud cam for lull Adjudged a Lunatic Dave Rosa wards tho family remedy you nood pedigree A- CResolved That in tho severance of llut ths 8 was on Monday adjudged a lunatio the Fiwhlon Lrge bottleB only 50c at Phil Court pay will be shown In Frnnkfort April brother from IiIb familv and Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla before County d Judge Williams and friends we must not fortrofc tlrnt lh hnn carpenters JJrug Store Mar 4 Sm SOOTH TIUMBLE rOR RENT Â¬ 1 TABLERSpil C f eilRESNOttfMfil yORMC w white 1 0 gHEAi IVI VI 20 E Â¬ STALLION FASHION M m ft J I AM U J TTJtm3ift iiinwmrrmwflffwtwvwiriiiL i t Dealers in Vehicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made hy H H Babcoek New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio 3Nastin Brotliers EH2S -j- mini i hbf -- L-gg -- rara sSr1 We arc agents for and keep a large stock of Studebaker and Old Hick- Â¬ ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made We have about 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clover seed which we are selling at Louisville prices Â¬ Examine our Stock Before Purchasing FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post oniee at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter PARTY NOMINEES Tucker Branch For Representative GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub i to Succeed Miss Hallie Goins is on the sick list Hon E H Taylor jr this week Resigned Miss Minnie Brawner of Pleasure ville is visiting friends and relatives on Stoney Creek The party at Mr Finnie Bryants Thursday night was much enjoyed by everyone present and all went down to Rowsers to get that good old beer and some of the boys went with such force as to fracture several window panes but escaped injury Mr 0 J Chism made a flying visit to Pleasureville last week Wonder what the attraction can be there Mr Geo Mitchell is very much having found disturbed the ground mysteriously torn away to a great depth beneath an apple tree near his yard fence Will some one please solve thefmystery Look out for a double wedding in the Tioga neighborhood as Jep and We Jim intend to qe brothers-in-lawisn cnom great success ana a long w Â¬ FRANKFORT MARCH 4 1893 A Misfortune to the State It is again stated ity that the Mason oorJBroWffBy upon good author- Â¬ -- W person or company upon whom to unload hisburden He should have learned wisdom from the experience of his illustrious predecessors and let But he seems well enough alone to have labored under the impression when he came into office that the State had never been favored with a really great man for its chief execu Â¬ tive and that it remained for him to ex- Â¬ hibit to an admiring world with what great and overshadowing ability the functions of the office could be ad- Â¬ ministered But Little Jack Horner like he has thrust his thumb into so many Christmas pies that when he retires from office he will fall so far into the obscurity of private life and with such a sudden and resound ing thud that the whole Pennyrile region will nave to oe aug over to find him In this connection we are reminded that the old Grey Eagle of Glen Lilly made a few remarks to His Excellency a few days ago but per- Â¬ haps you heard of it Â¬ penitentiary in consequence of the In accordance with the call by the into which the company county committee KabbetJhrawn by Governor Brown voters assembled atthe Democratic their precincts dttbtild vthey do so the State would Saturday and selected delegates to a lose many thousands of dollars and convention at the court house on the Governor have an elephant of Monday The candidates wTere Mr such immense proportions thrown on Len J Cox Mr Charles H Julian nis hands that he will have an ex- and Capt Sandy Pence but the re ceedingly hard time in finding any sult of the precinct meetings was so Â¬ Â¬ n will give up their lease upon the Foard Company this district There are three party nominees in the field in to days election from which tho voters of the county may choose a Representative to succeed Hon E H Taylor jr who resigned and was elected the Senator from THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE fcvi it 1 h for 1 Infante and Children Ceatori cores Oollc Oonntrpation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gires sleep and promotes dl portion Without injurious medication H For soreral years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has Invariably produced beneficial Cuter ts bo irell Adapted to children that superior to any prescription I recommend H A Axcnrx H D known to mo Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T ita overwhelmingly in favor of Mr Cox that at the convention on Monday Mr Julian moved that be made by acclamation which Wonder why Bob Sudduth is often was accordingly done seen on the branch attending singHoney Suokle Mr Janles Andrew Scott- was the ing of course Wm chairman of the convention Mr B Jenkins the Secretary and Mr James M McCauliffe Mr Thomas and Mr L Mangan were the com- Â¬ mittee that notified Mr Cox of liiB nomination Mr Cox is a well known farmer of the county who requires no praise from the Roundabout to do justice to his ability and claims upon his - The use of Castoria is so universal and Its merits so well known that It seems a work of supererogation to endorsoit Few are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos MarytwDD Now York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdlo Bef ormod Church results Edwin F Pardm M D Tho WInthrop 123th Street and 7th Ave New York City 77 Tax Cxotaub Committ Mchoat Stbkkt Nbw Yors Feb 13 It -- of LAMDRETHS GAEDEN SE huu ZFresikL On ZFebr uarsr 3 1893 we received ZELot a In ZSial3s arLcl Paper party THE REPUBLICAN NOMINEE 3C IT We are Selling Nothing but New Stock No Old Stock on Hand WILL NOT CURE As the Republican Committee have seen fit to honor the editor of this paper with the nomination of that party liis native modesty largely de- Â¬ veloped by his vocation has put a seal upon his lips which would fain An airreeable Laxative and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mail 25c 60o and 100 Der package Samples free Tho Favorite T00THT0TOS3 PURE DRUGSSd CHEMICALS G For sale bv W McKee Hardie Jan 28 -- KOHOi ly Hrr tho Teeth andDceatU2Sc Physicians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L ayle HALLS OLD STAND r -- SUDDEN SUMMONS Mrs Katie Staten Dies After a Few Minutes Illness Â¬ Mrs Katie Staten wife of Jos T Staten retired Thursday night in apparently perfect health but about 3 oclock yesterday morning awoke with a severe pain in her cheat She awakened Mr Staton A and told him of her condition messenger was hastily dispatched for a physician and Mr Staten applied all the remedies at hand which he hoped would afford relief but in about thirty minutes while he was applying a liniment she gave one or two convulsive gasps and lay a corpse in his arms a victim of neuralgia of the heart Mrs Staten had been a sufferer from neuralgia for some time and when first attacked told her husband that she believed the trouble was caused by that disease and that it had reached her heart The deceased was 33 years of age the only daughter of Mrs H O Nel Â¬ son and a niece of Mr John B Dry She den editor of the Daily Call was an amiable Christian lady who was greatly beloved by her neigh- Â¬ She leaves seven bors and friends children three boys and four girls the youngest being a babe only a few months old The announcement of the sudden and untimely death of this estimably lady was a great shock to the community and on every hand were heard expressions of deepest sympathy with tho stricken mother husband and little ones The funeral will probably take to morrow afternoon from the amily residence on Holmes street and the services will bo conducted by her pastor Rev Dr J MoOlusky Blaynoy of the First Presbyterian Ohuroh speak of his general good qualities years of devotion to the interest of the city and county and faith in his ability to commend him to the voters as a Representative whose diligence and earnest effort would not be found wanting in any measure affect Â¬ ing the welfare of the people of the county But for modesty how much space might here bo utilized to ad vantage but under the circumstances is to be closed with the mere formal and official announcment of the committee as follows Frankfort Kv Feb 27 1893 At a meeting of the Republican County Committee held this day Mr George A Lewis was unanimously chosen as the Republican nominee for Representative in tho Legislature the election to be hold Saturday March 4 1893 S R Smith Chmn Chas J Weitzel Secty Â¬ W Jim 21 McKEE HARDSE ly MANHOOD RESTORED HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY u n kJfi fipanleh WonderfulBold Jteniedy la with a Written Guarantee OANATiVO the to euro all Neivous Dis Â¬ eases eucli 03 Weak Memory Loes of Brain Wakefulness Lobt llan- iiooanervousneisiav ilpnlna nn4 uuB V Ai ID A nltiilnoi nil power oi ios3 UUlorucbnuur udd I uenerauvo organs ma in Photographed from lire either ecx caused by over exertion youthful indiscretions or tlio cxccsalve jsoof tDljurtiooiiliiiiior Mlirulants wlilcli ultimately Iwul in liiilnnlty CoiiRumptlon ami Im unltv Put up in convenient form to carrv In tliovrat poiket Ilicc fl u pnekaee or 0 for 6 Willi every tlonIcruuRhcu - Power Ilondache JACOB SWIGERT I CO Have Removed From the Baizelf Building ON MAIN STEET In plain envelope MADRID written gueranteo to euro or refund tho money bent by mnll to any address circiiinr free Mention tills paper Address CO Branch Office for U S A 255 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY CHEMICAL TO 101 AID fill 102 AlfrN STHEBT 1 I fl CARPENTER DniQfllst August 13 Basement nf the Capital HnteL They will short time this space with an entire new advertisement in a South Side ly H D G PEOPLES PARTY MATTEEU AN EXTRAOHDIBTART OFFER rrxaiE- 4 Saturday afternoon the Peoples Party voters though few in number agreed to put a candidate in tho field and selected Squire James A Carr of Swallowfield as their nominee He is a worthy citizen and will doubtless poll tho strength of his party Â¬ I injur -- The ROUNDABOUT Oae Year and Hon Igna- Â¬ tius Donnellys Latest Work for 125 Publisher The D D Merrill Co of St Paul Minn by pay their arrearages and one yeura nubsriotloii The Golden a tie the fatwt book fro tl e pen of maT ge h s IlSn additional sum PVnnl f of thethe siimII 60centaand of js canto or 7B wrote K cloth binding nrlco s book 120 from which It will be seen that we offe- - n liberal premium for payment In advance 8Ub3crbers who nay wlsh to bec01ue 8Ucl uDscrlDtlSn0 Parent of one dolhrfor t edllKneW8IllPer8 of the country will show the esteem In which Tho Golden Battle Is hMd by the critics A copy of It may bo seen ut this ofllce in tho age of the Individual tills book Is the gospel of universal brotherhood New York So one can say that Ignatius Donnellys latest book The Golden Battle Js not readableJournal und Advertiser His book Is a noble plot for charity and altruism It Is rem irkably well told dovelonod with the mIer frm beelnn1 U6 t0 eld- tomonroly SnteitaVntf Mr Donneily Is polntod and clear In Ins arguments and thoy cannot be summurlzed Thore Is food for thought and suggestion for study on every page of It Mr Donnelly has done his pu rt of the task well He has put In uttractJve fiction the arguments for a new system of iiiuuiimmi finance Chicago Times Tho Htory la Intenjely Interesting It shows the result thut would be produced In the world br an abundant supply of circulation medium Moner rttate Ownership of Railroads and government ntwentlon for the lifting up of the masses Ii is given with u graphic power that lslntonse and yanco may obtain 1 WEteiM0Ur5memlnt8ltutl10 - There is a Bst n 334 MAIN STREET W FIUNKLIN CIRCUIT COURT sprains frostbite chilblains chapped hands and lips eczema salt rheum Wm CiiuiiCJiri Aumh Plaintiff VH c it has no equal Wo pHt things for itand guarantee claim Wm CiiiniCiiHllKiits Ac Defendants what All Dorsons huvlnc titmlnst Wm v calm It is the great pain and deceased or his estateclitlmahereby notifiedChurch are to pre sent their claims to me proven us required by s i cure Put up in 25 and 60o law or prove thorn botoro me on or before the uoxes Large 8zo cheapest For 2th day of March 1b93 sale by Phil Carpenter druggist W II P08Ky -- dorful cures and giving greater satis fncIon than any other remedy in the world For outs bruises burns iliilos Household Ointment stands at ho head It Is effecting more won everything In Ointments Dr FRANKFORT KY Sfi fm MMhfe NOTICE price We will also order tho boook or those not wishing to subicrlbe paper ft cento and cloth 125 Address for the Rodndauoot at the retail Feb 18 Ct Commlflalonei F C 0 THEBOlTNDABOtT - MSkfort -- Ky mmmm nmn pwwi mm ilMfonmi jdSkMA fiY AihiiMtmMMMnr wiwiiiffymnwwciwiwiipiiiMii ppwimiiuji iturl mammmmmmmmmamamm n y- nL 5fSSIfKSMHMMMfeMaMBMMMMm O R CRtTTGHER President m kJL M HH m LhjiJh o J W ORUTOHBR Secretary rXJXSXZJZSZVZrfZC -- itr It V t t i YOU NOT READY Buy Your Vehicles etc Now 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 I fcf TO m Duke Smiths Gun ID3 DO Buy Your Implements etc Now V I t The FRANKFORT Kentucky Bu Factory 0 Bull Dr E E Hume and Rev W G Neville were made life members of the Franklin County Sooiety and as recommended by Dr Savage the following are the names of the ladies appointed by the different ministers and reported to the meeting to carry out the bible work of Churches First Presbyteriau Ohuroh Miss Maggie Page and Mrs A H McClure Southern Presbyterian Church Mrs Thos Hines and Miss Mag Russell Methodist Church Mrs J N Miles and Mrs Russell Rodman Baptist Church Miss Lena Kirtley and Miss Una Marshall Episcopal Church Mrs Alex Grant and Mrs W M Mise Saffell Christian Ohuroh Mannie Powell and Mrs J M Saffell Messrs R Rogers S and Salesroom Harness Work Opposite Court House Head of Brcadway this year FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT American will be turned over to the Society MARCH 4 1893 L IT TIME TABLE in The following1 time table is now effect npon the L fe N road TBAINB NOBTH No 17 loaveB Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 191oavos No23leaveBFrankfort Frankfort 550 am 935 a rfa 300 p m 735 pm 1020 a m 440 p m 640 p jn I DR KELLEY Mr Duke Smith formerly of this city but at present a U S Store- Â¬ OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the keeper assigned to duty at a distillery in Bourbon county had a dilliculty with Harry O James the bar keeper IN LEXINGTON KY at the Windsor Hotel in Paris on Sunday night which resulted in the Saturday March 18 1893 bar keeper knocking Smith down Saturday April 8 1893 Duke then drew his pistol and fired Saturday April 29 1893 four shots at James inflicting a slight Sattrday May 20 1893 flesh wound in the leg HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica W Veterinary Remedies PRKIAltEDnYTIIK jfhoeinte KenlnciyVeleriflaryMiciiieCo MT hcotexi STERLING KY KEOTWgp JGERWARY I TBAINB EAST Nol81eavoB Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaveB Frankfort Nob 23 17 Wrist Broken Miss Maggie Exum was so unfortu- Â¬ nate as to receive a fall Tuesday and 21 connect at Lagraage Oinoinnati N03 23 and 21 connect for at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branoh W W 855 pm Alexandre Agent SEVENTY YEARS Mass Meeting Sunday Night in Interest of Franklin County Bible Society The Christian Church on the oc cassion of the close of the seventy years of the existence of the Frank- Â¬ lin County Bible Society was crowd- Â¬ ed to its utmost capacity Sunday There were no services in the rest of the churches and the members of all denominations assembled at that church and were much edified by the following order of exercises which the Executive Committee at its meet Â¬ ing the night before had arranged for this meeting Voluntary Reading of Scriptures by Dr J McOlusky Blayney Prayer by Rev H Q Henderson Reading of Minutes of Last Annual Meeting of Society Report of Depository and Treas Â¬ Natures Surest Ally If nature did not struggle against disease swift Indeed even In weakly constitutions would be the course of malady to Us fatal While nature thus struggles termination let us lest worse befall us aid her efforts with Experience must judicious medical help be our guide In battles with disease and that lamp to our feet Indicates Hostetters Stomach Bitters as a safe tried and thorough ally of nature If the blood be In- Â¬ fected with bile If the bowels and stomach are inactive If the kidneys fall to expel Im- Â¬ purities of which they are the natural outlet a course of the Bitters Is the surest reliance of the sufferer one moreover that Is sauctloned by professional Indorsement and use for nearly half a ceiituary No American or foreign lomedy lus earned greater distinction as a remedy for and preventive of chronic liver complaint malaria constipation kidney and rheumatic trouble and debility morning in which she sustained the fracture of one of the bones in her wrist The accident was more distressing by reason of the fact that her mother was lyiug a corpse in the house at thp time Â¬ operation an d with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardie Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort hy Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A irim nvwf1 mm r MEDICINE gXRAD 1MARK ANTIOSIINE lur oinjOau uaWis lc Colic Itemedy Remedy for Pneumonia In- Â¬ fluenza ui temner etc Heel and Gall Oint- Â¬ ment Eye Lotions blistering Ointment Phjslc Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Wonn Ponders btlmuiatlug Liniment Uter- Â¬ ine Tonic Uteilne aedatlve Wound Dressing Cough Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral Tonic and Condition Powders H McClure tV the new Blood Karls Purifier gives freshness and clear- Â¬ ness to the Complexion and cures Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 For sale by W McKee Hardie Clover Root David Moore Benson Ky M WIthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS offlceand residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati und where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone by addressing W I KELLEY M D 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST CONSULTATION FREE J Hughes Frankfort Frankfort Ky Ky Jas W McKee Hardie 206 OLD STAND STCLAIK STREET HALLS Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky f Moores Poultry Remedy Febl8 Cm Rheumatism female complaint Brights disease constipation indi- Â¬ S THE OLDEST FOUTRY REMEDY ON THE gestion paralysis all quickly relieved I marKet rosuveiy prevents anu cures and permanently cured by the use of CHOLERA AND GAPES 24 the wonaerful Electropoise Children Cry for Pitchers criiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiQ I 1 night Castcm More then pays for Its use In the extra produc - TE C tlon of Cijp0fEqg FOR Get u trial box S-A-Ij- CHAPMAN WILLIAMS m B2 SEWING ROYAL I MACHINE 5lllllllllliilllIllllllllllllllllllllillllBHIIUIIllUIIIIJllillll WARRANTED 5 YEARS t te mt LW f Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will bo found a list of advertised letters for the week ending March 4 18U3 DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Tleadquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES April 9 ly jHB2INHOnHEuL Vr wm iy If i ft rcr KM w W t Manster M J are a formidable trio yet the weak Miller Spencer person frequentlr has to meet all of Election of Officers Bledford William Mason Thomas t em ut once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound Song Clark Miss Ellen Polly Louis cllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllllllllllllllllllllllllg Oxygen and ours onlv The countPlesant Will 2 Address by Rev J W McGarvey Cravens Ephie less demonstiatloiih of 23 j ears war R IlasaXnrgo High Ann Both the method and results when Cravens E S Reat Min rant this reply g Song HasaSoltBottlnpNtecllo Our treatmentlsavalluble for home Oonroy M Smith Benjamin Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Has a Self threadlnc Shuttle use neither need your occupation b e Statement of Work by Dr Savage Cunningham O HaaNoEqual in Construction 5 Interfered with The value of these and refreshing to the teste and acts Doxology Richard Stone H C features Ls obvious What about our g Has a Mechanical Appearance 3 gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ntjed Abookuf explanation and proof E Ilaa an Elegant Finish Smith J F Benediction by Rev W G Neville Coons William g a Perfect Ivyours to consider If asked for now Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys - Has Stylish Adjustment TaUe up Mrs Allice Summers Miss Has a Positive of the Despor Geo Drs STARKEY Dr E E Hume President PALEN Has Furniture tem effectually dispels colds headEtherton 152a Arch Street Philadelphia Pa J Lady Has More Good Sowing Qualities and a society was in the chair and the fol- Fersigh Earn Dec21 ly MIsb Llda Smith aches and fevers and cures habitual does a Larger linage ot General Work 3 than any Sewing Machine In the World lowing officers for the ensuing year Grun Mrs Susan Smith T J Syrup of Figs is the constipation Hughes E D Smith Mrs Ret were duly eleoted viz Examine THE ROYAL for points ef Wilson Miss Lily only remedy of its kind ever pro- WWI g excellence and youlll Robt L Greene President and the Henry Jacob I Hensley Thomas Wilson MissLean duced plensiug to the taste and ac buy no oilier Resident Pastors Vice Presidents J Johnson Mrs stomach prompt in ceptable to the nor EY-AT-LA- V Harrietto Walton Miss Liz- - its action and truly beneficial m its ATTORN AMD N Orutohor Secretary and R K ROYAL SM CO RocMord III 1 zie effects prepared only from the most McOlure Depository and Treasurer Johnson Jos Lile Miss Annie 0 W Harrlgan BllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllMllllltlrillllllltltfi healthy ana agreeable substances its RBAI ESTATE AGJS2V7 Executive Committee Grant Green Mudd Miss Caro- - Co PBACTICK IN THB C0URT8 0 many excellent qualities commend it H Qk Mattern S T Fortune R lino Franklin od tht adjoining to nil and have made it the most will also aire iptclal attention to counties m S O Bull Â¬ the purohd Rogers Horace Posey and When calling for thoso letters day ad and tale of real wtate collection of r nu elalne popular remedy known The feature of the meeting was the vertised aud the aecottaUoa of loan Ohio ity Chesapeake Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c J M Saffell address by Prof J W McGarvey of and SI bottles by all leading drugPostmaster the Bible College of Lexington gists Any reliable druggist who His snbjeot The Internal Evidences Best remedy for sprains and pains may not have it on hand will proNEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING Â¬ that the Bible is Inspired Avas In- Â¬ Mr J M Spring Bennlngs D C cure it promptly for any one who structive and convincing and bore writes UI have been using Salvation wishes to try it Do not accept any RESIDENCE TON SOSTON anil all Eastern Cities Oil and MY THREE STORY ON CLINTON STREET BRICK twelve rooms the stamp of the deep thought of Among sohave obtained great reliefÂ¬ substitute also tho adjoining house containing SEVEN many remedies tried SalROOMS Iloth houses liave all the modern con a BCholar who is thoughly conversant vation Oil is the best for sprains and VAL1F0RN1A FIG SYRUP CO veniences For terms apply to me on the Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE with the soriptures pains in the back It kills all pain premises MAG J GAINES SAN FRANCISCO CAL LEXINGTON nnd EASTERN Feb 18 2t S Savage of Win Â¬ Rev George LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY POINTS A Horrible Railroad Aeeident chester State Agent of the American Time curd In effect Nov 1st 1892 117 A TCnvCTIl MANAGER In each city Bible Sooiety was present and made Is daHy dumuo ia our papew also W samples the death f seme dear mead who WANTED RELIABLEMEN TOSOLICIT showXAll LElMJ town and country place to Â¬ nursery Clothing Dress Goods or fruit and ornamental of Shoes KA3T noiwn a report of the progress and condi- lias died wfeewML stock varieties adapted to the South stock war- Â¬ Watches Jewelry Silverware and have price tion of that society whioh ho said if ho or wttktoa8HBptiBOttos Gnv ranted true to name liberal terms to local agents lists distributed Man or Lmlycun make SB IX Atlnnfll VvflPAaa Vn ifullv Lve Lexington 7 lo A M she had Ukon to employment Send those 2ti for the first time in its history was Tor Throat ad Laag disease in time and permanentFor particulars toaddress who can to 1000 per day BIGGS stamp for quick nnswer Midland Accom No Nrt dully exsun 1140 AM M duller VncttlitltAfl IVnradQ A CO Louisville Ky R 0 work steady 010 M jan21 3m Mt Sterling Accom NoaJ dally exslin 025 m financially ombarraeed and unless life would have been rendered happiÂ¬ ChaskCo14308o Penn SiPhlla Pu er and Heed ttw 6t relieved by largo contributions from warning porhapB saved WKST BOUND If you Arr Lexlhcton the churches this year would find it any affection of the have aoooghor Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex 8un756 a h Throat or Lungs W CHINN Administrators Notice necessary to ourtall expenses by out call at OhapvaMi Williams mm Louisville Express No 21 dallx 12HUi m Lexington Accom No 25 dally ex Sun 415 m large numbor of agents in a trial bottle free Large otae 80c ting off a Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 610 pm 45 PERSONS KNOWING THEMSELVES this State who aro ongagod in bible Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Indebted to the estuteof R II Lewis de jLTSQauffarsr Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York work in the mountain counties ceased are hereby notltlod to come forward und BROWNS IRON BITTERS settle at once and nil those having claims against nunout ciuinge Bus transfers Therefore as roooraraondod by the in the State Dyspepsia n sentestate of said decedent are requested to pre- -- Will practice floorallCustom Courts Of-- No W FULLERijct C B ItYAN U thesatne pro irly proven to me ior semerice second Executive Committee the entire House Genl Pass Asst OenM Paaa Ajrt LEWIS mem janWMy Clnclnnutl O WashlnKtont D C prooeeds of the sales aiid collections Feb 11 lm AdmrR U LEWia ury Burnes Daniel Brian E M Black Green Britt James Board miss Mary Bryan Miss Nonie Mohoad Mrs Han Mullen James McOrain J H nah Work Worry nHi and Disease Â¬ Â¬ E Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CROMWELI j Â¬ Â¬ FOE SALE a Â¬ 1 1 gt J JR 1 Â¬ jus xaot digatior Debility jJL2W f cures limMBMlniililtfiitlll I ill Mini A nil h M i hill u i L fcJKfcfcL Vj liii tittiV 6 CALL AT BUCKLEYS jjit3d m see tkce rExzLsriE stock cf CHIN A GLASS QUEENS WAKE 1 JtlxL UHf AHu --- STOVES IN Religious Death of Col Boyds Father BURNED CITY CLAiiSSENi i it A SERVANT SERIOUSLY Died at WythevilleVa on the 16th The Sunday night services at the of February last Col Thomas J Her Apron Catching Fire Her various churchs in the city will begin Entire Body is Surrounded to morrow niglb and hereafter at Boyd in the 89th year of his age CTIO-nLx By Flames deceased was the father of The 730 instead of 7 oclock D F Boyd of the Kentucky Col The of a First Presbyterian Church Military Institute Farmdale this tressingfollowing accountdomestic dis- Â¬ in accident to a Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the county He was a native of Albemarle 63 years was a the family of a former resident of county Va but for pastor will occupy his pulpit this city is taken from the Courier morning at 11 oclock and at 730 resident of Wytheville AND DEALER IN- Journal of Thursday The Virginia papers speak in the p m Maria Gailey colored a domestic highest terms of his noble and useful in the house of J F Lewis 121 Jacob Southern Presbyterian Qhuroh life his pure unselfish character street was seriously burned yester STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Rev W YDavis of Lawrenceburg stern integrity earnestness of pur- Â¬ day morning at 8 oclock While PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK occupy the pulpit to morrow pose and devotion to duty No one cleaning up the ashes from a grate in will GUARANTEED apron which she morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m loved his neighbor more or was more the library a cotton She had the ash Opposite wore caught fire State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Preaching to the children at three public spirited pan in her hand and being afraid to He was one of the first students to drop the ashes on the library floor oclock in the afternoon at the enter the University of Virginia in ran into the kitchen with her dress WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE The protracted meeting witout attempting to ex- Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church has the lifetime of its founder Mr Jeffer- in flames them tinguish been well attended and will continue son and was educated there for the Mr Lewis was coming down the law which profession he practiced front stairway when the servant till to morrow night He grabbed successfully for many years He rep dashed into the hall Episcopal Church Rev E A resented his county several terms in the woman and tried to throw his was so but the rector will occupy the Legislature and for six years was overcoat over herthat sheshe Penick badly frightened seemingly his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 a member and President of the State lost her reason for she broke away oclock and in the evening at Board of Public Works taking a lead- Â¬ running into the front yard Ayoung XText 730 ing part in the development of Vir- Â¬ man who happened to be passing the July2 ly house ran in and assisted Mr Lewis ginias resources in extinguishing the flames which The Union Sunday school Teachers The Col Boyd belonged to the old Rev- Â¬ they did with great difficulty V A GAINES L B MARSHALL meeting assembles each Wednesday at olutionary family of his name in VirÂ¬ woman was thrown to the ground 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian ginia and Maryland and his father and covered with the overcoats of the young Church Every Sunday school teaoher Thos J Boyd was a gallant cavalry Â¬ Mr Lewis andcompletely man Both destroyed to at- Â¬ man and noted scout of the war of coats were in the city is cordially invited but the womans life was thereby tend 1812 His mother was Mary Magru saved Mr Lewis beard was consid- Â¬ erably burned der of Prince George county Mary- Â¬ Dr Richardson who was called in OATHUL iu Church The usual land and thus he was a cousin of Gen dressed the burns which covered al- Â¬ services at the Church of the Good John B Magruder of the Confeder-Â¬ most the entire body The victim Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ate Army and a relative of Col Jas was removed to her home in the Preston and Jackson ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Bowie of Louisiana who fell with alley between Breckinridge streets Lampton and the pastor Crockett and Travis at the Alamo The young man whoso overcoat was High mass at 8 a m low ma6s Col Boyd was widely known and burned refused to give hiB name and Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m highly respected not only in Virgin Â¬ walked away after his services were at an end share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased ia but throughout the South The Ken- Â¬ Mr Lewis whiskers and eye brows A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Baptist Church Rev W O Tay- Â¬ tucky soldiers under Breckinridge lor the pastor has returned from Marshall and Morgan in South West were burned off his left hand painRochester New York and will con- Â¬ Virginia will recall his devotion to fully burned and his clothing so bad- Â¬ OFFICE MAIN STEEET duct the usual services to morrow at the Southern Cause and his kind ly damaged by the fire as to bo worthless The carpet on the floor p m 11 oclock and at 730 helpfulness at all times to the ConSunday sohool at 930 a m in the federate soldier and to the needy of the library also had a large hole by live coals chapel Federal prisoner of war and they burned in it caused being dropped from the ash pan by will extend to his family and friends A FINE FARM Christian Church Rev George their tenderest sympathies in their the woman in her flight Darsie the pastor will preach to Physicians Puazled sad bereavement morrow at 11 oclock and at 730 p m 7 ROOMS WITH A LOT 85 BY 200 FEET IN 210 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND SITUATED OF Soutli Is ottered tor sale This on The Young Peoples Society of Manv persons are unable to Bleep property IsFrankfort repair und IB well located OFone a good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort Speech In good Recovers HiB of tho best neighborhoods In Franklin in on their left side The cause has Apply to CO L U MARSHALL Christian Endeavor will hold its county Tho Improvements consist of a brick Arents long been a puz71e to physicians residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock Summit weokly prayer meeting in the Alnhoneo HemDlimr of v barn and all other tiecessary improvements In Metropolitan papers speak with great f nurnahin M ttllflftr Oo Pentl i n rn or order to sell immediately we are authorized Lecture Room at 650 Miles vvnini interest of Dr Franklin to offer this property at less than its value boh aOlriavit tnat nio iweive-yeor-uispecialist A Indiana possession given 1st of iiarcn For further In for the eminent St Rev W T who had had loot Vitus Dance waa in nervous and heurt diseases who formation apply to Methodist Church his speech twelve years CO Agents l is MARSHALL Frankfort Ky Boiling D D of Winchester will completely cured after uwing three hai proven that this habit arisesÂ¬ He has ex IS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON from a diseased heart preach to morrow at 11 oclock and bottles of Dr Miles Restorative amined and kepton record thousands 1 wapplng street west of Mr a u Holmes as a be This Nervine and also recovered bis at 730 p m casus His New Heart Cure a residence u bargain property will sold offered of 40 or It will be whole ut In lots speech Thousands testify to won Â¬ of GO feet front to suit purchaser For terms Dr Bowling will preach each day sderful cures from using it for ner wonderful romody is sold at J W or to CO Agents L D MARSHALL testify to ite apply dyspepsia nervous Gaylesus aThousands Heart Diseases the coming week at 3 and 730 p m vous diseases STODDARD PROPERTY OF COL J cure for value Johnston on Second Third and Shelby debility dullness confueion of mind Sunday BChool at 030 a m Mrs Obas Boney Loveland Colo streets touth Frankfort consisting of one large o Four doses of this says its effeotson her were marvelous headache The Epworth League meets in Nervine cmed Mrs W E Burns brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the the evening at 700 in the class room South Bond Ind who had been Elegant book on heart disease free as It i unquestionably the best to be MURRAY Market ON KXUM PROPERTY 4 a desirable location street consisting of a brick residence of 6 had in the city If you wish you suffering with constant headache for to purchase one rooms und about two acres of land This prop for a home we would advise The Young Mens Christian Asso Â¬ three months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ erty Is well located and on account of the large of the lots while they ure to be had gant book free at J W Gaylos L II MARSHALL C0 lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak ciation meet3 in the lecture room of Agents ing a very desirable home For terms apply to 4 the Christian Church to morrow after-Â¬ CO MARSHALL LB Agents When Baby was nick wo gare her Castoria All the young noon at 230 oclock How to Cure aJCold Child she cried for Castoria When ahe was a men of the city are invited to attend FOR RENT Simply take Ottos Cure We know When she became Miss she clung to Castoria of ite astonishing cares Uiem Castoria Rev O B Lloyd of Louisville will will stop a cough quickerand that it When she had Children she care than any BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS WITH preach at South Benson the second known remedy ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF TnE ground known as tho Orphans H acres of html with moderate Improvements property will be nut in thorough repair as Home three rooms on Third street South Side This If you have Asthma Bronohitis Saturday and Sunday in March All 100 property soon Consumption or any disease of the quality with first class as rented 220 acres of land of fine Apply to are cordially invited to attend Improvements throat and lungs a few doBes of this CO AgtB L II MARSHALL Worlds Pair The above three tracts of land nre located on a geat guaranteed remedy will sur Â¬ good turnpike road Ave and a half miles from N Arnold will preach prise you Rev Thos For terms apply to representee at We want CO L R MARSHALL at Pleasant Hill near Poaks Mill on If you wish to try it call at our store great WorldsaFair and we have the Frankfort de Agents the tnird Sunday in March at 11 on Main street and we will bo pleased cided to offer as a prize to one cus- to furnish you a bottle free of cost torn or a oclock a t m trip ana expenses lor one 1G0 ACRE and that will prove our assertion WITH MODERATE week A FARM OF Improvements located on n good turnpike 15 Chapman Williams Â¬ Free treatment for 20 days at Elec only two miles from Frankfort Most of thra Each person making a cash purland is In tropoise Rooms 311 Lewis street op chase or one dollars 1 worth of posite State House Offlco hours 0 to Those who have given up nil hope goods will be entitled to a guesB Sc 1130 a m 130 to 530 p m and 045 of recovery call or address Manager FARM OF FORTY ACRES OF GOOD to commence March 1st and a good A SMALLland MILES from Frankforton Posses nnd would raise good tobacco or make a good new nil In grass located Eleotropoiso 311 Lewis street oppo- Â¬ close Friday Juno 30th to 830 at night road THREE site State House All correspondence ODONNELL WEITZEL dairy farm sion given Immediately Children Cry forPitchers Casforla confidential CO Agents L D MARSHALL 24 I D MARSHALL fc CO Agents p umber GasmSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosefs t Â¬ SAPOLIO House Gleaning m Are Quiolsly Married Try It In Tour 4 L 8 MARSHALL CO i Real Estate and Insurance Acts -- m Â¬ 236 M Â¬ A Frame Cottage 4 u -- - u Good Investment I FOR SALE FOR SALE Farms For Sale it 1jM Â¬ Â¬ i -- i Farm For Sale Â¬ FORSALE G Â¬ iass Timber I i i ii I 7 MM H w y v Hudson Humphries Ready lade Clothing c jHL taeramm Tailoring Department The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an exami nation to convince you of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can indulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles thjan any other house in town Â¬ K i i - t x r Wfc We have never had it be fore but we have it now and we have lots of it We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact ail kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying s s E L r Births Â¬ I1 m Huai Jiiiiipfe Hasseii HHIHHnHHHHIHiHHHHnHHHHinHHBGanHHHHHHHHHHHHHi Deaths TAYLOit Hudson Humpies i Gassed i Â¬ 1 w Li E BA Ur et lu Sh A A Morse To the wife of Mr F H We call attention to the advertise Â¬ Addie L Taylor DURRETT Morse foreman of this office a son ment in this issue of the firm of FURNISHED BY OLOVERWAREHOUSE wife of Mr Colby H Taylor of this LOUI8VILLE TOBACCO Thomas Congleton Mastin Bros These two gentlemen onnty died Saturday morning last Oady In this city on Thursday have been in business in our city for Sales on our market for the week February 25th at Pensocola Florida March 2 to Mr William Cady and eight years and have built up a large justclosed amountto 4396 hhds with Aged 54 years The deceased had wife a son trade from fair and honest dealing receipts for the same period of 3346 been suffering from lung trouble for hhds Sales on our market since Jan Overton Last week in Louisville They represent the standard goods uary 1st amount to 29645 hhds Sales more than a year past and several to the wife of Mr Olough Overton of the country in their line of busi Â¬ of the crop of 1892 on our market to months ago upon the advice of her city Shannon Mr John Shannonwho formerly Miss Luoy M Stockton of ness and never fail to satisfy their date 37277 hhds physicians went to Lakeland Flori The offerings on our market have da in hopes that the change of cli- Â¬ before the war was a well known resi this city a daughter Referring to customers Their stock they repre been large again this week and there mate would benefit her but as she dent of this city died at his home in the happy event the Louisville Critic sent as being complete and our peo- has been no material change in grew gradually worse and it became LaGrange on Tuesday and the re Â¬ said Olough Overton is something ple would do well to consult them values the general tone of the mar Â¬ a little Apparent even to Mrs Taylor herself mains were brought to this city of a mascot A few months ago he before going to the city or elsewhere ket however has been The offer- Â¬ stronger for new burley received a substantial promotion that she could not live long she asked Wednesday for interment ings of old burley on our market are Tho Modern Way from his employers and took charge light and the tendency of the past to be brought home that her last Exum Mrs Emily Exum mother hours might bo spent with her family of Mr Chas F Exum died suddenly of their interests in Chicago Last Commends itself to the well informed few weeks has been toward better and friends Accordingly her hus Tuesday afternoon at her home on week Mr Overton was presented by to do pleasantly and effectually what values following quotations fairly rep Â¬ The band and daughter who accompanied Cross street aged 78 years The de his wife with a beautiful girl baby was formerly done in the crudest resent our market for new burley tc her determined last week to return ceased had been feeble for a long Mrs Overton is at present with her manner and disagreeably as well bacco 1892 crop with her to Kentucky and a start time but was able to be out on Sun- sister inlaw Mrs W F Schulte on To cleanse the system and break up Trash dark or damaged 3 5 00 00 tobacco was made but upon arriving at Pen day and spent the day at the resi- Fouth aveuue near Breckinridge colds headaches and fevers without Common Colory trash 5 00a 7 00 sacola she had grown so much worse dence of her son She had suffered unpleasant after effects use the de- Â¬ Medium to cood colorv 7 00 8 00 The dog show given by Professor lightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup trash some time with heart tronble and that it was necssary to stop there for uommon lugs not colory 4 00 6 00 Norris last night was one of the best of Figs and she never rallied but sank rapid- it is supposed her death resulted performances of the kind ever seen in 9 00 7 00 Common Colory lugs ly until death claimed her as his own from that cause The funeral took our city There were about thirty Medium to good colory A Fine Saddle Stallion lugs 9 00 The deceased was a daughter of the place Wednesday afternoon from her dogs in tho cast each of which did 11 00 Common to medium leaf 7 50 11 00 The quaint lato James Brown a prominent farm Â¬ late residence the services being con- Â¬ his part to perfection Mr South Trimble of the Forks of oute and smart tricks done by the 14 00 to er of this county She was a most ducted by Rev George Darsie of the well trained canines wore indeed Elkhorn this county has bought Medium finegood leaf 11 00 18 00 14 00 Good to leaf excellenttOhristian lady to whom Christian Church amusing and everybody seemed to from John T Woodford of Mt Ster- Â¬ Select or wrappery 18 00 24 00 tobacco sorrow and afflction came often dur- Â¬ Posey But a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoy the performance ling his handsome saddle stallion ing life When just arrived at Judge J M Posey of Lawrenceburg Lexington Transcript Fashion 150 Fashion is a grand in- Â¬ Recovered sound health Prof Norris will exhibit here this dividual and his breeding is of the womanhood she lost two sisters with the father of Mr W H Posey of this for overy consumptive who afternoon and tonight Matinee at 2 best He is the only registered sad Â¬ hasnt anlavAd inn lnnn that dread disease scarlet fever city was called to mourn the death of C Theres a positive cure with whioh bereavement was followed his wife and now on Monday an oclock performance to night at 8 dle stallion in the county See card T Dr Pionxfr Goldon Medical All lovers of trained animals should several years later by the death of other link in the family was broken Discovery Just as it cures elsewhere in this paper tho worn of the many give their children an opportunity pf both her parents And then a few by the death of a daughter-in-laforms of scrofula so K years subsequently when she had Mrs Addie N Posey wife of Mr Al Â¬ witnessing this performance Prices cures and just as certain Â¬ Church Social ly the scrofulous affection married and was surrounded by a bert Posey She died of valiular dis Â¬ in reach of everybody 10 20 and 30 of tho lungs thats called cluster of beautiful little daughters ease of the heart at the Jennie cents Lower house and balcony 20 A Church Sooial will be given on Consumption through th blood Monday evening next from 7 to 9 her home was again invaded by Oasseday Infirmary in Louisville and 30 cents gallery 10 cents But even with this reme Â¬ scarlet fever and she saw three of The deceased was cwenty flvo years oclock at the residence of Dr dy it wont do to wait It cant nrnVa nnir lnnm huf Cholerine in Pennsylvania W H Averill by the Young Ladies her preoious little ones two in one of age and a lovable young lady can make diseased ones healthy when Sewing Society of the First Presby Â¬ It hearse and the third in a few days who had many friends in this city nothing else will As a blood coansr Swickley We afterward carried away to the silent The remains were interred at Law Â¬ domio of Penn as had an epe terian Church Everybody is invited strength restorer and flesh builder theres our physioians oholerine to medical science city of the dead Only a year or two renceburg Tuesday The price of admission nothing like itinknownits forms Bronchial called it in this place lately and I to attend For Scrofula all later still another daughter and a son made a great hit with Chamberlains has been fixed at ten cents only inroat ana Lung affections Weak Lungs Asthma Bovere Coughs and every disease Oolie Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy passed from life stricken with the Mothers Recommendation that can be reached through tha blood its I sold four dozen bottles of it in one A Good Chanco same unrelenting foe of her house week and have since sold nearly a Persons who want a home with the only remedy so unfailing that it can bs guaranteed We are acquainted with many soarlet fever and then her hoalth This remedy did the If it doesnt mothers in Centervillo who would not gross a big advertisement work and plenty of room for garden and other you havo your benefit or cure in every case gave way under the strain and was be was monoy back for mo without Chamberlains Cough Several persons who had been trou- Â¬ country luxuries inside On theso the city will telligence terms its an insult to your in never the same consumption in a Remedy in the house for a good many to have something else offered at few short years finding in her weak Â¬ times its cost and are recommending bled with diarrhcoa for two or throe consult their interest by examining being just as good weeks wore cured by a few doses of tho two handsome residence proper ened and onfebled system an easy it every day From personal experi this mediolno Eeb 4 ly ties advertised by Mr Ohinn in this She leaves together with ence we can say it has Broken up bad victim P P Knapp Ph G colds for our children Centervillo her husband a married daughter South Dakota Citizen 50 cont bot- Â¬ 25 and 60 cont bottles for sale by issue NOTICE lm Mrs Dr Taylor of Memphis Tonn tles for sale by J W Gayle druggist J W Gayle druggist SIiilohR Yifullznr is what von nppd lm and two sons to mourn thoir loss for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow BEEN EXECUTOR OF Eloctropoiso Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guarÂ¬ HAVING will of APPOINTED Thomas Hrewpr who have the deepest sympathy of a my fuller For Sale or Rent My dwelling All chronic diseases successfully anteed to give you satisfaction notice It hereby given for nit creditors of tils es host of relatives and friends in their house on Ann street treated and cured by this wonder Â¬ Price 75o Sold by W MoKee Hardie tate to produce uml prove their claims for pay Â¬ ment HILEY BBEWER Exrr affliction tf J T Buckley worker 24 Feb 18 lt Mrs Â¬ The remains arrived here on Sun Â¬ day afternoon and the funeral took place from the family residence in this county Monday afternoon the services being conducted by Rev H 6 Henderson of this city assisted by Rev Dr Sampey of Louisville and the body was laid to rest in the family lot in the cemetery in this Mastin Bros LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR KET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w jm pk ff -- 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u WM o it v WJJi Are simply asking for business that will save buyers r I money Our Wonderful Trunks AJKTO ft EV to Ready This Minute The Nicest Stock of the Season is here is Traveling Bags Endless Variety Spring Stock Â¬ in Will make friends outshine rivals win vic tories and sell itself on its merits every tfme Mens and Boys Clothing HATS AND GENTS FUR -- TailorinG Our samples ready Give us your order for a Spring suit HISHING GOODS Ladies and Misses is unpacked Marked Low and is ready for Men and Boys ran K any one who likes a HG9NTS FOR 1 Good Thin i fcill O G S All ftf THE GREAT Excelsior Grades Steam Laundry CRUTCHER AND FEANKFORT AMD rev IV i I Missionary Society 0 Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE HHUHMHMI am lAlilV Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and quickest between Ky which was read by the Secre Amonf the most valued com munications was the letter of Miss M A Posey of Henderson Ken tucky who is now and has been for years a Missionary in Shanghai China The report of her work there is most encouraging and she prays that the Lord of the Harvest will send more workers into the vineyard for the fruit is ready for the gather- Â¬ ers She says in relation to the life of a Missionary in the heathen landB Allow me to say that it is not a life altogether bereft of sunshine from noarlv five vears of experience I can say the day grows brighter and brighter still They have been by far the happiest years of all my life The Lord is good and His holy name is to be- praised for sending a friend like Mrs Condict to introduce me so far away to those of my sisters in the same State all of whom are working towards the one great end the ex Â¬ tension of the Masters kingdom throughout tho world This letter was in response to one written her by tho ladies of this society last fall after the visit of Mrs Conqict to this city who had met Miss Posey in China There was also an interest ing letter from Mexico Then a report was made by Mrs McOlure and Miss Mary Pago of tho good work done by the Bible Reader of this Society Mrs Grant The business men in the north end of the city and along tho river bank speak in terms of high commendation of the influence of this branch of Christ Â¬ Both mon and women ian work have returned to their home folds and resolved upon a better life and are living up to their promises who have been resoued by the holp of tho society wd the reading of the Bible to them by this gentle home Mission nary Later on in tho sprlngja union fields tsirv Â¬ Â¬ The Ladies Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church met at the residence of Miss Sally Jackson on Shelby street on Monday afternoon February 27th at 4 oclock It was a meeting of unusual interest The President Mrs Mary J Lewis was present and had with her a number of interesting letters from various meeting iB contemplated of the Ladies Missionary Societies of all the churches of the city A report of the good work of the Lord in our own midst will then be published It is thought this method of Ohrisdan Conference will be very helpful and enconraging to the members of the various societies and increase the interest in Home Mission Mrs Mary J Lewis Pres Mrs Jennie C Morton Vice Pres Mrs Margaretta Barrett Treas Miss Sally Jackson Secretary - The Electropoise Manager JSlectropoisa K3 jflr TENNESSEE v5o Dear SirTwo months ago I com ifl menced treatment with the Electro poise for nervous dyspepsia and chronic constipation which had failed to yield to any kind of treat- Â¬ ment I was not able to do anything My nerves were in a terrible condi- Â¬ tion the least effort afc work or labor of any kind would pruatrato me hours at a time I could eat only a small amount of very light diet and that would remain on niy stomaoh for SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS some time palpitation of the heart and all the disagreeable symptoms A friend advised me to use the to Electropoise and I consented and now am able to report a decided TIME 24 HOURS change My bowels are regular in ward piles disappeared digestion 75 THE 3U0RTK8T AND QUICKEST per cent bettor and have gained about 16 pounds am able to do con- Georgetown to Jacksonville Fie siderable work and feel that in a TIME 27 HOURS short time I shall be able to report a complete restoration to health I would not bo without the instru Solid Vestibuled Trains to St Augustine ment for any amount if I could not get another one Very respectfully Folid Vestibuled Trnins Between L P Clark Ex Co Supt of Schools for Carter county Ky CINCINNATI Olive Hill Ky January 19 1893 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Haysrille Cynthiana mouth ASK Teachers Attention All tho teachers of the county both public and private are request- Â¬ ed to meet at the court bouse in the city of Frankfort on Saturday March 11th at 11 oclock a m for the purpose of considering the pro- Â¬ priety of making an educational exhibit at the Columbian Exposi- Â¬ tion in Chicago and Covington FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND kwjim k fas TBAIN5 BUN BY CENTHiL STaNDABO TiM TIME TABLE DEC I 12 1BU2 M 1 McHenry Rhoads A Thos Hunter Do You Know Supt Supt County City Schools Schools TRAINS B AST Lv Frankfort Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Iv Lv Lv Ar No A v M No 8 P H No 7 1245 1266 110 145 165 205 220 245 305 3W H Â¬ Lr Summit Duvafl G00 Â¬ Klkhorn Swltzer Stamping Ground B Â¬ cures quickly every kind of cough That is Dr Holes Household Cough Ouro It is the best Are you not entitled to tho best For sale at 25 and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug store 2 his country are caused by consump tion and lung trouble A little cold neglected in the beginning often ter Â¬ minates in consumption Every time you cough you increase the trouble and an inflammation is Boon started which is difficult to control There is one remedy that ihat a large percentage of deaths In Lv Johnson Â¬ Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It ia guar Â¬ anteed to give satisfaction or money refundod Prieo 35 cents per box For sale by Phil Oaupenthb 8 Buoklons Arnica Salvo Tho best salve ia the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt lthoum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped With the Eleotropoiso wo treat all diseases known to the medical pro fession without medicines It does not cost you a cent to consult us and we may be able to do you good Owing to increased patronaee we have again been compelled to in Â¬ crease our quarters and we have now fitted up rooms for the treatment of a limited number of patients who desire to put themselves directly un- Â¬ der our treatment where we can give them personal attention De Â¬ scriptive pamphlets free Call at office 311 Lewis stroet opposite State House N S Hill Manager Or you aro all worn out really good for noth Try liifr It la general debility Â¬ CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGHAM Centruvllle Ellzubeth Purls TRAINS WEST Georgetown C S Dopot Newtown fi44 000 011 018 632 039 052 660 410 416 480 445 462 400 6 08 422 L25 0 PA M 718 723 787 l 70U 615 627 685 640 560 845 p M 80 MERIDIAN NEW ORLEANS -S- No 2 Lv Paris Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Newtown 0 S Dopot Georgetown Duvall c LEEPING CAIt THROUGH FRO- M- CIOSTOI2T3Sr Knoxville and Asheville ATI N G Johnson B Stain pint Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Klkhorn Ar Summit A Ar Frankfort 1035 1042 1048 1110 1110 11V2 883 838 847 000 I m No 4 TT5J H20 642 048 717 723 No8Nol2 M6 44 062 705 715 733 765 810 820 425 im 527 704 710 651 10 65 1130 780 744 750 756 805 830 IF YOint JtAOK A0nE8 1y It will cura you cleanse your m lii jlatot a good appetite Ur and glyo Direct connections at New Orieuns and Shrove A connects with L N port lor Texan Mexico and Cullf ornlu B connects with Q fc C and L 8 Leave Frunkfort vlu Kentucky Midland Railway C connects with X C WaGeorgetown 545 n m arrlveClnolnnatllO2C a ni Quicker than auyotherllue AJltrainsurrlvoandilopartfrornCentrul Union The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- Â¬ Depot Clnclnnat tions fonn the shortest and cheapest route to all ForRatosMapsao address points north south oust and west C H WOODWELL For further information upplyto their agonts D P C D BERCAW T A Louisville Kr B WE1TZEL City Ticket Agent D t EDWARDB Gen Pass Agt DMILLER TrafMngClnolnnatlQ GEO B HARPER Gen Supt 9P J A I lffifelitari