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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w m IV I The TOL XVI GEO A LEWIS Publisher f Boundabotjt kankfobt A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 27 FEANKFOET KY SATUBDAY MAECH Latest U S Govt Report THE ELECTION SATURDAY Tho Official Vote by Precincts and Majority for L J Cox for 11 1893 Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Rcftfcd ABSOLUTELY PURE EIVER APPROPRIATION Oiie Congrossman Seoures a Large Sum for Green river but Half a Dozen Could Not get a Dol- Â¬ It May Be YOD NOW NEED Representative There was very little interest taken in the election Saturday for Repre- Â¬ Powder lar for the Kentuoky ft jr m f tirt vv V V n- - - m u fcfrl k iv The wires from Washington City this week state that Representative Ellis by his watchful regard for the interest of his constituency succeed- Â¬ AAAAA AWV-Jlr-----ed during the closing hours of Con 3d in having an appro- Â¬ THE COUNTYSUPERVISORS gress on March priation of 05000 for the rebuilding of Rumsey Lock in Green river in- Â¬ Begin Their Examination of the Assesssments For This serted by the Senate in the Deficien Year i cy bill He remained up all that night and had the good fortune to i see President Harrison sign the bill On Monday as the law requires i on the morning of the 4th Now the the county board of tax supervisors i average citizen in this part of the composed of M H P Williams sr John S Harrod W J Lewis B F State and along the Kentucky river on reading about the success of Con Â¬ Jones John O Bridges Lewis A i 409 432 Totals for gressman Ellis and thinking about Harrod and W G Armstrong met at In the county outside the city the the vast resources in iron coal tim- Â¬ the court house and after being sworn vote was as follows i on ber clays and building stones to be into office entered upon their duties Cox Lewis Oarr precincts Â¬ i to the markets of the whole of hearing and determining comcarried 23 2 Orutchers school 30 i Ohio and Mississippi valley by the plaints of irregularities or inequali- Â¬ Forks Elkhorn 62 11 4 ties in the county and State assess Peaks Mill i completion of the navigation of the 13 20 4 Plaple 8 13 27 4 Kentucky river is moved to remark ment that may be brought to their Tiger 30 41 Bellepoint attention by the tax payers that one such an earnest and indus Â¬ The 11 28 6 law says that they shall make Bald Knob trious worker in Congress in the in 27 4 4 Flat Creek cnsrnj Bircn 10 terest of the people is worth a whole a careful examination of the assess Bridgeport 41 6 4 ors books and each individual list Cedar Run 11 45 colony of Representatives who spend 4 their time in Washington City in thereof and may inoreaso or decrease Totals cele Â¬ 321 121 35 any list but the board snail not re4 making or pretending to make mak-Â¬ recapitulation 4 speeohes prepared with an eye singly duce or raise any assessment unless Cox Lewis Oarr to the popular applause Less talk the evidence be clear and unmistaka 4 Â¬ ble that the valuation is not a fair City 409 432 and more work in Congress by the 321 121 35 County finishes Kentucky delegation would have cash value and shall list all property 4 secured such appropriations in the omitted by the assessor which may Totals 753 530 35 Complete 4 past ten years for this river as would be subject to taxation in the county and shall correct any errors of the Mr Ooxa majority over Mr Lewis 4 have completed the improvements therefore was 23 in the oity 200 in Pac- Â¬ to navigation more than two years assessors and in eases where the the county and 223 in both oity 4 Â¬ ago Thoro is no exouse whatever property has not been correctly val and county 4 Main and Broadway for Kentucky the second largest rev- Â¬ ued they shall fix the value thereof Under the circumstances it is grat 4 enue paying State in the Union fail Â¬ and correct the assessors books so as fyine to c the editor to feel that he re to show the true value of the prop- Â¬ 4 ing to obtain ample appropiations for ceived a special mark of the peoples LEXINGTON KY 4 uninterrupted and speedy work on erty A notice will be sent to all the tax esteem for which he desires to re all of her rivers under the control of 4 turn his thanks to all his friends who General Government and if any Â¬ payers whose assessment has been kindly the 4 interested themselves in his thing were necessary to prove this increased or property assessed by Mcjfic HrklrkThrkkJl behalf It does not derogate in the and the recent achievement of Repesen the boardMondaywithin twenty days least however from the success of tative Ellis for Green river a river in from last and thethe work must be Mr Cox who is a gentleman in every 4 An Expert Mantel Setter Employed Satisfaction and completed tax books return Lowest Prices Guaranteed i which not one twentieth of the re ed to the county clerk after which way qualified to make the county a turns for the money appropriated as A farmer splendid Representative compared with the Kentucky river as the law provides there shall be known to everybody and in close 4 no appeal would be sufficient to fix the blame SCOTT 4 touoh with the people intelligent where it justly belongs well informed and obedient in the 4 Justly Entitled to It performance of duties confided to 4 CARPETS FURNITURE WALL PAPER DRAPERIES Heart Disease Curable Dr Halos Househod Cough Curo him he merits the confidence and la Justly entitled to me praise is ro Tho truth of this statement may b coivirfg Wherever introducedit it has bestwisheB of all the citizens without doubted by many bat when Dr itself the most reliable remo regard to party prejudice He was Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana y known for the euro of coughs sworn into the office and took his MANHOOD RESTORED specialist claims that heart disease olds hoarseness whooping cough seat in FOR the House on Thursday is ouruble and proves it by thousands bronchitis soreness of the lungs and 8ANATIVO tha i Wonderful Spanish of testimonials of wonderful ouros every kind of a cough from a simple itcmedy la sold with by his nv heart cure it attracts the cold to incipient comsumption Written Guarantee Sale Next Saturday to cure all Nitrous Dis TWO SUBURBAN RESIDENCES attention of the millions suffering Purely vegetable eases such m Weak Always reliable Memory Loss of Brain with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ and effeotive For sale 25 and The attention of furmers and HUNT PROPERTY LATELY OCCUPIED Powor Headache ular pnlso wind in stomaeh pain in 50 cents per bottle at P H atOarpen Wake tulnen Los t M an byGenl llnrdln situated at tbe southern ejdo or shoulder smothering spoils hood Kerrotun Ms Las terminus of Shelby street South Frankfort conmillers is called to the sale of Dr J drug store situde all drains and o abou 25 ncres of land fainting dropsy A P Davis teks M Suter deceased On Saturday Before AAftor Use loss of power of the tainingBLACKBURN PLACE adjoining tha above The Generative Organs In Photographed from life Silver Creek Nebraska by using next Dr Williams will offer at public either eex caused by situated t the southern terminus ot Loiran DR JOHN P STEWART four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart two youthful or the excessive Pos sale the mill and other property of oreroiexertlon opium orIndiscretions wmen ultimately street containinggiven and o e half acres terms asa looacco Cure was completely cured after Immediately For stimulants session of both lead to Infirmity Consumption and Insanity 1ut up apply to FRANK CHINN twelve years suffering from heart A Graduate in Medioino and Ready Mr Suter at Swallowfield this In convenient form to carry In tlia vest Docket Prim Mur 2 3t a package or 6 for 8 With every 5 order wo giro a disease This wonderful remedy if to Begin the Praotice county written guarantee to curo or refund the W Gaylo sold by Â¬ standing many valuable thoughts much satire upon the foibles of men Its close shows that the author is not a fanatic upon the subject and gives food for reflection upon many plans to alleviate the Bufferings of the laboring classes not the least f which is for the laboring classes to relieve themselves by doing less dreaming on what might be and de voting more attention to what is Â¬ sentative in tho place of Hon E H Taylor jr resigned The odds in number of voters in the county in favor of the Democratic party are too gre it to make the contest with the Republican party doubtful or excit ing enough to bring out anything like a full vote but the editor of this pa Â¬ per who was honored with the nomi- Â¬ nation of the Republican party finds in a comparism of his vote with the vote of his party at past elections sufficient ground to believe that he polled proportionately a iuuoh larger vote than the party ordinarily receives At the election in November the vote in the city stood 742 Democratic and 697 Republican in the county outside the city 1444 Democratic and 534 Republican The official vote in tho elec tion Saturday resulted as follows Cox Lewis Oarr precincts 99 52 Voglers 101 53 Bridge 44 95 Court honse 107 110 Market house 106 74 Gas house Wire Door Mats Shovels Pokers Or Coal Hods Best and Cheapest to be had From M P GRAY Hardware Merchant WOOD MANTELS BROWER unsurpassed assortment the Spring Trade now exhibition in Â¬ M SCOTT Bine ft Â¬ FRAZEE Prom the most brated mantel ers in the United States all the pop ular stock of high grade Tiles for Hearths and ings Grates and Trimmings Fire Brick Builders Contractors are and cordially invited to examine our line and get prices J fl Â¬ Â¬ BR0WEE FRAZEE vvAvvvvvAFnjivivnFVAFvtvv RENT Â¬ l Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 J Books free 5 m The Golden Bottle The above is the name of the latest work of the Hon Ignatius Donnelly which the Roundabout is offering to its readers for half the retail price as a premium for prompt payment of at FT 4 If subscriptions We have road the book during the past week and found it intensely interesting In faot it is one of the books whloh when once begun you can scarcely leave until finished The plot is one of the most fan tastio which tho mind of mortal over conceived and is a fit companion to Looking Baokward but it lacks tho dryness which renders that work rather dull to the ordinary reader Its principal objeot is to inoulcato the ideas and dootrlnos of tho Farmors Allianoo but it oontalna notwlth- sfcglftiv Among the graduates at the Louis- Â¬ ville University of Medioino the com- Â¬ mencement exercise of which will take plaee in that city at Maoauleys Theatre next Monday is inoluded John Pugh Stowart son of Dr J Q A Stewart of this city Superinten- Â¬ dent of the Feeble minded Institute He passed a most oreditablo exami- Â¬ nation and has fairly earned the right to tho title of Doctor His many friends here are proud of his success and hope to see him attain an eminent rank In the profession in which his father is numbered among tho distinguished members in tho State Captain Sweeney U S AM San Diego ual says Hhiiolrs Oatarrh Remedy is tho first medioino I havo over found that would do me any good Prioo 50 cents Sold by w 21 M6Kee Hardio M tBDQ3EsnjHHMBHBMBM money Sent by mnll to any address Circular fires In plain envelope Mention this paper Address MADRID CHEMICAL CO Branch Office for U 8 A 359 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KYBY SADDLE STALLION P ft CARPENTER Druggist August 13 South ly Slcio BMTIHQCIUTT FASHION NO 156 National SudJlo Horse Register Throat Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Sold by all Drucghts on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shllohs Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction 2 cents tfOSruf quAimr Sired by the Great lstdum 2d dam 3d dam Iloscoe GM Mrs T 8 Hawkins C1mttAnoognTpnn SHtLOHS ViTALIZERears ShUohaVitallzcr SAVED MY LIFE 1 WORMS WtiiTES CREAM byBeautr No N S H R by Magic by American Clay Have you Catarrh Try this Iloniody ItwlU relieve and Cure you Price 60 etaIs Thw in Â¬ jector for lta suoooMful treatment furnished free Shllohs Ilemedfea are sold by us ou a guarantee to give satisfaction S ILOHVCATARRH REMEDY VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED Notk Foaled In 1888 dark bay with black points lfiUj hands high Fine man and tall with lots of style and a horse ot wonderful bene sub Â¬ stance and endurance His breeding traces to such great saddle horses as Roscoe Blue Jeans 3 Rob Roy 62 Denmark F and Copperbot tom V S TERMS Will make tho soason at Belle Grove Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at FOR 20 YEARS 15 FOR A LIVING COLT 25 will be given for the best colt by him foal of bee stun coxa lor run peuigree etc Fashion will be shown In Frankfort April Court Day Mar 4 Sm SOUTH TRIMBLE A cash premium of SOLD EVERYWHERE For sale by W McKee Hardle ttmtUr wuHwTAixeHiu ee rmcm Jan atlr BALLS OLD STAND vS i MfV m m teifA t 2 j MHHHHIMiHIHHK ASHMKHHHMH BHHBHBIHiSf IWbWwB HiHhHCB Ufl ooo olfs Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg Si 90 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Distons Hand Saw Si 10 Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6yA cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 37 y2 cents per box 7V3ES lOLiVIES OJC 51 We will close out as follows Troy Surreys worth Sherwin gallon Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 0 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list Ql 7 and 83 We make the following cash Prices 175 O XJ T wf aU ZajpMear 4 WSVHl JJ 1 V1 cents c 1 M J ftm at 145 Williams Paint at Si 45 per Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts 5 Collar Pads 35 cts Collars S125V Grate Baskets 4 ct per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Material Cutlery NWiW Rrnhfxs nf nil Irinrlc ttnn ra Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pine U Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building faper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed Oats Field and Garden Seed And a full line of Mi S GENERHL HHRDWHRE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Q fo y COLLI i t a0 m Opposite the Farmers Bank r t formerly of Midway Miss Bryant THIS HANDSOME is indeed 0 very lovely young lady a niece of Messrs Llewellyn and Ben Marshall of this city and deserv Â¬ ing of a bright and happy future Ex Chief Justice Thos H Hines of H Holt this week here Tuesday visiting his friends this city is in Washington City an applicant Mr James It Banta was in Midway newspapers say for the Mrs John T Buckley went to Naz position ofthe United States Circuit Large size only and Versailles Monday the areth to day to vi3it her daughter Judgship made vacant by the resigna- Â¬ Mr Thomas W Hind of Chicago Miss Christine Reynolds visited tion of Judge Howell Jackson of is visiting relatives here Miss Payne in Lexington this week Tennessee Mr Charles S Hoge waB in Louis- Â¬ Mrs W H Sneed went to Louis- Â¬ ville this week on business Matrimonial ville Thursday to visit her relatives Mr Howard Jett of Cynthiana Mrs Morris Power of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Wainscott Jackson On Saturday is the guest of her mother in this afternoon a marriage license was Miss Todd Saffell is home from an city extended visit in Louisville Wed issued to Solomon Wainscott and Mr R K McClure returned Mrs R B Jillson went to Cincin Â¬ nesday fr6m his trip to Boston and Mollie Jackson of Peaks Mill New York nati Tuesday to visit her parents Rupf Haldi Mr Joseph Ruff and Mrs John H Stuart returned home Miss Una Marshall returned Mon- Â¬ his bride formerly Miss Tilda Haldii day from a visit to her sister in arrived home Friday night from from a visit to Richmond Monday For a Solid Mr and Mrs Geo L Willis made a Georgetown Laurel county where the wedding Wednesday Mrs E Hinton of Paris visited was performed Wednesday at the brief trip to Louisville ANTIQUE or Col W T B South went to Lexing- Â¬ her father Judge J H Brent in this homd of the bride and were sere- Â¬ city this week SIXTEENTH ton Wednesday on a business trip Miss Matthews after a visit to Mrs naded at their new home on the CENTURY Mr John Donley went to Cincin- Â¬ South Side by the Liederkranz Society nati Tuesday on a brief business trip W J Hendrick returned homo to of which Mr Ruff is a member Wisconsin Saturday Miss Mary Jett is visiting her Mrs Gertrude Marriott of Armstrong - Tinsley Mr Ed cousin Mrs J J Brooks in Rich- Â¬ ville after a visit to Miss Louis Hallie Armstrong and Miss Annie Tinsley of mond Rogers will return home to day this city went to Joffersonville Thurs Mrs E Polk Johnson and Miss Creek Miss NICELY FINISHED WITH MIRROR Louisville this MadisonAdelia Farris of Silver Misses day of last week and were married Nellie Orbison visited county is visiting week there at midnight by Squire John Virgie and Mayme Nelson South H Hause who performed the cere- Â¬ Keep your eyes on this apace and we will put you on to some special cf1 J G Craddock editor of the Side Kentuckian Citizen was in the city GOOD THINGS of Emi- Â¬ mony within two minutes and ena- Â¬ Mrs J W Satterwhite Wednesday Â¬ bled the happy couple to catch the nence who has been visiting relaMr A R Miles went to Louisville tives in this city returned home last ferry boat returning to Louis- Â¬ Wednesday to make that city his Wednesday ville just as the boat was swinging future home Mrs R G Vance of Charleston loose from the dock Mr and Mrs Jan21 ly Mrs V Berberich returned home W Va is visiting her parents Hon Armstrong arrived home Friday Tuesday from a visit to her parents Lewis Alexander and wife at the night and are keeping house on Shel- Â¬ in Cincinnati Capital Hotel LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- InMomoriam y P Hudson jr has return- Â¬ Misses Sue Morris and Maggie May by street South Side Mrs KET ed home from a visit to her parents Thomason were the guests of Miss iOBDON Sulllo Epsey Gordon aged 8 years Hukes Jasper Thursday a mar- Â¬ daughter of Mr Bart mid Mrs Mary Gordon ol Mary Hill in Elsmere Park Lexing Â¬ riage license was gi anted to Wm in Stamford Oqnn Flag Fork died November furnished by glover durrett Ihls were great but shdbore 181892 Hersuffer themwlth patience MissjHapnan Smith of Versailles ton last week Hukes and Gertrude D Jasper col- Â¬ louisville tobacco warehouse Stie was affectionate and obedient at home and Reynolds Misses aflr a vjstt to Miss Lena Stone re and MariaChristine came home LizzieÂ¬ ored school and greatly loved by her parents and Mon Pepper her teacher and playmates generally Oh how presence parents miss She she Jordan Jackson Joseph Jordan Sales on our market for the week her going home to lrer with her grandmaMild Her day from a visit to Mrs Clay Hatchitt was Miss Una Marshall returned Satur In Scott county was granted a license Thursday to just closed am ount to 4073 hhds with puffer g lasted 18 live She kissed her father days day from a visit to her sister Mre brother and sister she aslced them to receipts for the same period of 3026 moth r to Ashurst in Georgetown May God bless Miss Nellie Orbison expects to leave marry Lou Jackson and the cerepromise meet her In Heaven hhds Sales on our market since Jan ner soirowlng family and friends Herfuneral Mrs Sam Bush and little son of to day for Denver Colorado to re Â¬ mony was performed that night at uary took place at her fathers residence near Flag 1st amount to Louisville are visiting Mrs George main in that climate for her health the court house by County Judge of the crop of 18U2 33718 hhds Sales Fork Ky on our market to three months or more Berry on the South Side Williams date 40782 lihds Kings Boyal Germateur Messrs Phil Tully Harry Bush and Misses Eva and Kitten Hoge after We have had very large sales a visit home from Cincinnati return Â¬ John Young who visited friends here again this week and the market in Mothers Recommendation Pre eminently the medicine of the for a few days returned to their home ed to their studies Monday the main has shown more strength cuntury Its phonominal success as in Louisville Monday We are acquainted with many and activity fot new hurley tobacco a suitor and favorite with tho people Mrs Thos B Rodman wont to Mt cho common and medium grades of is tho aclcnowlodgfld wonder of tho Sterling Wednesday to visit her Prof Wavland Graham went to mothers in Centerville who would not red fillers having been somewhat medicine world be without Chamberlains Cough Based upon the Owenton Wednesday to attend the mother who is seriously ill higher Tne line grades ol leal re Â¬ concert by the pupils of his niece Remedy in the houso for a good many main about the same while the very Germ theory of Diseases it is unique modern and at once popular eom Messrs Frank Davis and Percy Miss Margaret Graham times its cost and are recommending Headley of Louisville visited here it every day From personal experi- common grades of burley have been monding itself aa a necessary house Â¬ weaker It advertises best by Sunday and returned home Monday Capt and Mrs W F Dandridge ence we can say it has broken up bad a littlefollowing quotations fairly rep hold remedy The Specific for all Catarrhal its use to Winchestsrto attend the colds lor our children Uenterville D Powers a prominent who went Hon J 50 cent bot- Â¬ resent our market for now burley to- Â¬ diseases a Nerve Tonio and Blood South Congressman barrister politician and capitalist of funeral ofhome Tuesday Libles wife tles forDakota Citizen Purifier It iB without doubt the sale by J W Gayle druggist bacco 1892 crop Oweusboro was in the city Tuesday returned Trash dark or damaged most reliable germ destroyer in ox lm 3 00fa5 00 iBtanee and to the extent that tho tobacco Capt I V Hoag jr Engineer in Mr Ben McEwan who came here charge of the Kentucky River Im- Â¬ 7 00 Common Colory trash 5 00 theory is correct Kings Boyal Dr T P Bliss to attend the funeral of his mother provements returned home Monday Medium to good colory ermoteur is the remedy It is no returned home to Kansas City Tues from a trip to Cincinnati 8 00 accident but 1b the result of fifteen 7 00 trash day Specialist for the eye ear and throat Common lugs not colory 4 00m 6 00 years study of medical genius For Mrs Walter Kelley and children 0 00 sale by-- Chapman 7 00a 10 Williams Mrs M P Wickliffe went to Louis- little Missefl Emily and Martha of of Springfield Ohio expects to be in Common Colory lugs accept a position as HopkinBville are visiting Mrs R K this oity at the Capital Hotel on Medium to good colory ville Monday to 11 00 9 00 lugs stenographer of the courts of that McClure corner of Washington and Tuesday and Wednesday the 14th Big Exoimtent in Town Common to medium leaf 7 50d 11 00 city Broadway and 15th insts when he will be Medium to good leaf 11 00 14 00 Mr Woodford W Longmoor who 18 00 14 00 Mrs Mary J Brown of Oldham pleased to meet any of his former Good to fine loaf Over the remarkable cures by the is attending the Louisville Law connty who was here this week at- Â¬ patients as well as such others as Select or wrappery grandest apooiflo of tho age Aunt School visited his mother here this tending the funeral of her cousin 18 00r 24 00 tobacco FannyJs Health Restorer which acts may wish to consult him week T Staten returned Mrs Joseph aa a natural laxative stimulates tho Misses Imogene and Elma Edwards home Wednesday digestive organs regulates the liver Next to tho Woodon Bridge Guaranteed Cure of Pleasureville are the guests of Miss Maggie Taylor entertained ana kidneys and its natures groat Miss Sallie Bartlett on East Main Saturday at her elegant home This hosier and health renewer Old coins well preserved will be street IT you havo Kidney Liver or Blood We authorize our advertised drugÂ¬ in honor of the Misses Mc tleton taken for double their face value in Disorder do not delay but call at Mr and Mrs Dawkins of Camp Elroy and Chapman guests of Mrs gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis exchange for pictures One dozen Chapman Williams drug store for a oovory for Consumption Coughs and bellsburg were here this week at Wickliffe Chapman Colds upon this condition If you artists steel engraving efloct photos free trial package Largo size 60c 01 Mrs Jos T tending the iunerai Mrs Beokner wife of Judge W M are afflicted with a Cough Gold or one 16 by 20 steel effect portrait 46 Staten a Beokner of Winchester was in the any Lung Throat or Chose trouble handsome 5 inch frame only G guar Col E H Gaither of Harrodsburg city Monday the guest of Miss Joe and will ueo this reoaedy as directed anteed the latest most artistic and Worth Knowing the colonel commanding the Third Murphy giving it a Mr trial and experience permanent photo prints made sam Â¬ Many thousand people have found Copying enlarging S G was in the city Regiment K Capt Tom 0 Jones went to Wash no benefit yo may vetorn the bottle ples at studo Agents wanted to so- Â¬ a friend in Aunt Fannys Health ReÂ¬ thiB week and have yon1 money refunded and framing ington City Monday to look after the storer We only give away We could not nmkc this offer did wo licit orders Dr E E Hume has returned home Funohal consulate the Uourler-Jour-nfor SO days o the snapoatcheB of it you havo never used this jeret not know thatDr Kings Now Dis said which he again desire to sefrom Spencer county where he has defrauding firms by furnishing you specific for tho prevailing malady of coviry could be relied on Itfteve been sojouring for a week or more oure disappoints Trial bottles free at with tho same grade of work at about tho age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint for rest and recreation from his The Midway Clipper of this week Phil Oaspentkus Drug Store half the charges you pay Free Por Rhonmatism Costivonoss Norvans heavy professional dutieB Exhaustion Nervous Prostration trait concerns Try us contains the following notice of a Large size 60c nd 100 2 Sleeplessness and all diseases arising Miss Ed Blue Booth Picture Studio Messrs John and Frank Cannon young lady of this city from derangement of tho stomach 20 4t Gilbert Mastin Robert Pepper jr wina Bryant of Frankfort is here For Balo liver and kidneys we would be and Thomas Averill who jvere among this week visiting her aunt Mrs pleased to give you a package of thie My dwelling visiting at Mr Clay Mike Shannon Miss Bryant is quite For Sale or Rent the house party great nervo tonio free of obargo Hatchittsin Scott county Saturday a beauty and is to be married in 27 Two brood mares in foal on time house on Ann street Chapman Wiemamb 45 A W Cromwell T Buckley Monday April to Mr Ban Stone of Frankfort tf J and Sunday returned home tf Mr Georgo 0 Kieth of Maysville was hare this week Mr W A Johnson of Paris was in Miss Tillie Branch is visiting Miss the city Tuesday Bessie Sandusky in Lexington Mrs Van B Young visited Mrs W Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville was Â¬ BHliiliiiB Reed Rocker EPpS 850 SON Â¬ Oak Sideboard R ROGERS M V33 aa Ytl v j 4 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Il j Â¬ Â¬ al Â¬ fin iiiWiiii - tiiilHi rtfi n r illtlini r iitlhiiift1 Lis 3 Tty DIAMONDS i WATCHES Hfffvi JEWELRY KjWmlHUb CLOCKS ROGERS Knives ijiHTfe 9vdr SILVERWARE Solid Silver Spoons Sterling Inlaid Spoons Forks Warranted 25 Years Forks Spoons aWCTpJMPqpSMSSMSMMSMSJEgWI M A Selbert JEWELER WTXJO Setxia id JoliiisonrA Oa OPEN THEIR Wednesday Mar 15 Top Drawer LOCAL Frankfort Ky Spring and Summer Novelty Dress Goods f t Highway Robbery Mrs Will night His second trial in Owen McEnnte late Friday evening was county for the killing of Jesse Hona stopped by Innis Olark colored as ker was postponed until June sho was passing Gaines coal office Out of Business Messrs Aubrey on Broadway and while she was mo- Â¬ Sargent the South Side meat mer mentarily absorbed in study over chants have closed out their stock a question addressed to her by Olark and retired from business as to where he could 4nd work he A Notary Thursday Mr Frank seized her pocket book exposed to you want a Chinn qualified before County Clerk WHEN PLOW view in her cloak pocket and conthat taining about seven dollars and made Smith as a notary public for this will never mnke yon Â¬ Returned from Owen Dr J L Massie was returned to the jail in thiscity for safe keeping Monday G L HANNEN P O SOWER G L HANNEN DEALERS IN- - CO 4 Oils Paints Harness Saddles c Sash Doors Glass 5 e 323 AJNTD OE31vE13SrT Â¬ 2 i fc f f B V It C v J i W Y fi i t county nngry nud nlways keep his escape The alarm was given und you lnd that you A tele- Â¬ bought it just come in the police started in persuit and suc- Â¬ Telephone Replaced ceeded later in capturing Olark and phone will be placed in the office at and got you an N Station this afternoon lodged him in jail It was a bold the L and hereafter persons having busi Â¬ robbery which should meet a merited OLIVER CHILLED punishment The prisoner was held ness with the agent will not be com- Â¬ to answer at the next term of the pelled to walk down there to trans Â¬ act the same There was an instru Â¬ SOLD BY Circuit Court in April ment in the office several years ago Pardon Refused Gov Brown re but was taken out The new agent fused this week so pardon Milton H Mr Logsdon feeling the necessity G L HANNEN Kendall of Scott county who for such a great convenience has is serving a term in the peni Â¬ had it replaced Prom- Â¬ tentiary for manslaughter G0 Robbery Jack Estes was arrested inent citizens of Scott county have Jin7 3in been pleading with the Governor for Wednesday night by officers Hyde andlnnes upon the arrival of the this pardon for some time but they train from Louisville and lodged in READY FOR THE EXPOSITION have now abandoned hope Kendall iail on eharp o of rnhMntr n mnn will have to serve his sentence of nnmmi the irnnaiir nf oivfnnna niinn j Work of tho Children in Our two years SOhOOlS tO 06 Sent to TTn T wna ovomln A Good Thing Mr Joe Bohannan Williams and hold to answer for the onioago has invented and applied for a patent crime at the next term of the Circuit Thursday and yesterday Prof Mc for a contrivance in the shape of a Court I Henry Rhoads the Superintendent hood to place over chimneys or flues Dr Edward A Hensley Among had on exhibition at the Oity School which will effectually prevent the the list of graduates in medicine at Buildincr samnlon of tho work of rhn wind from blowing down in them and disturbing the draught or scat- Â¬ the University of Louisville appears children in the white and colored tering the soot over the carpets and the name of Dr Edward A Hensley public schools -of- this city which had son of Mr Ed Hensley of the Audi Â¬ Deen prepared lor exnioition at the furniture A Good Farm Sold Ool John L tors Office in this city Dr Hensley Columbian Exposition at Chicago Scott of this city effeoted the sale graduated with high honors and is a They will make a most creditable this week of the Bob Orutoher farm bright and capable young man who exhibit of the standing of the public Â¬ in the schools of of 61 acres in Woodford county for tined to zeal of his profession is des proficiency this city and show the become eminently successful and excellent training 3300 James Taylor becoming the the children here are receiving The in his practice He will go to New purchaser York and take another course of work it iB believed will compare Stage Line Mr John Reib has study before selecting a location in formablywith any sent to Chicago purohased the stage line between this whioh to begin the labors of his pro- Â¬ from any other sohool in the country city and Lawronceburg and consisted of drawings maps dia Â¬ fession Administrator Mr Howard Jett grams written exercises and similar Pen Thursday Sentenced of Oynthiana qualified Wednesday at Louisville to the J W Barr of evidences of tho training of the pu- Â¬ Judgo as the administrator of the estate of tho United States Circuit Court sen pils of the entire schools from the M E Jett deceased tenced to the penitentiary Frank tiny tots in the kindergarten to the Adjudged Insane Dr John Sulli- James for six years and W D Steele oldest pupils in the highest grades van of Bollepoint was tried bofore for seven years These men came Many of tho drawings were mytho- Â¬ County Judge Williams Tuesday on from Jackson county whore they logical scones the inspiration for a writ of lunacy and a verdict re Â¬ wore arrested on tho charge of coun Â¬ which was caught in tho translation turned in accordance therewith He terfeiting and were held iu confine Â¬ from the Latin A number of tho was taken to the asylum at Lexing- ment in the jail in this city for four maps were splendidly executod and ton Wednesday or five months previous to their re- Â¬ had tho appearance of the finest lithPay Old Debts The Judiciary moval to Louisville James olaims ographic work To Tho kindergarten department was Committee in the House roportod to bo a cousin of tho noted Frank ropresonted ohiofly iu its work by favorably this week a resolution to James of Missouri larcre sheets and the drawincR and appropriate 5000 to pay off tho maps in neatly bound volumes amount duo tho various contractors Flaid Silks As a whole the patrons of tho in this oity for rebuilding tho Feoble school have reason to be proud of For shirt waists in tho latest color Minded Inatituto after it was de Â¬ inga very stylish wo offer a large the progress of tho children many of Ave years ago stroyed by lire nearly whom ovldonoed a genius whioh may variety It is believed tho appropriation will Sam D Johnson Co yet take a more permanent and use Â¬ 27 pass ful form in their future career in llfo Â¬ Real Estate Transfers O C Will Probated Kfa I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I The will of Wyatt Parker deceased Kenney and wife to T E 73 was admitted to probate Monday Kenney for 221580 a tract of acres on Main Elkhorn He bequeaths all his real and person- Â¬ to al property to his wife Julia Parker Ambrose McDaniol and wife Barnett Harrod for 200 a tract of and after her death to his sons and one and a half acres on the Kentucky daughters to be equally divided among them river In the third paragraph he nameB R- Thompson and wife to D S his children as Eliza Jane Pierce Cain for 175 a tract of twenty acres Sally Ann Bledsoe John M Parker nn Fin flrflfilr Huldy F Wilson George W Parker Josephine S Wigginton and Eliza F Rheumatism Quickly Cured Wigginton Spencer O Wigginton is Three days is a very short time in named as executor and the instru Â¬ which to oure a bad case of rheuma- Â¬ ment which is dated January 24 1893 tism but it can bo done if tho prop is witnessed by Milton Wigginton and er treatment Is adopted as will be seen by the following from James J A Estes UI Lambert of New Brunswick 111 was badly afflicted with rheumatism Unsolicited in the hips and legs when I bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm testimonial It cured me in three days I am all usTho following Thomas Co came to Adams right to day and would insist on N YKenyon everyone who is afflicted with that years Gentlemen For the past two I hnvo terrible disease to use Chamberlains what doctors suffered terribly with call eczema During 50 Pain Balm and get well at once this time I have consulted several cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle physicians and used a number of druggist lm well known remedies but could get uo relief until finally I was urged to Wanted give your remedies a trial I cannot eay enough in praise of them Ladies and gentlemen suffering present I am as well as I ever was At ia with throat and lung difficulties to my life and owe my sincere thanks to call at our store for a bottle of Ottos you for Dr Hales Household Oint Â¬ Oure which we are distributing free ment and Tea Any one doubting of charge and we can confidently the sincerity of this testimonial will recommend it as a suuorior remodv confer a favor by addressing yery for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con Tiuy yuure jm J liiGflABB sumption and all diseases of the Leominetor Maes throat and lungs It will stop a These remedies are for sale mi 35c cough quiokor than any known and 50c at P H Oasctesoxbb drag remedy Wewill guarantee it to cure store you If your ohildreu have croup or whooping cough it is sure to give Many Persons an broken instant relief Dont dolay but got down from overwork or household cares a trial bottle free Large Bize Wo Browns Iron Bitters Robuiida the Sold by Chapman Williams system aids digestion removes excess of bile 4 I i V 4t and cures malaria Get the genuine sm i i tiftkiifViifrntfi uiijAititeJM i MMEBBfliHHHMHHBSHEHK iJSUSBRP HW r imnomam JQCL te ukumbw mm vwvf i w JL X X igjui rRacmuDaxsaecaKtsaaD Dealers in Vehicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H H Babcock New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio We are 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 clo ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices i Examine our Stock Before Purchasing FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post office nt Fnmkfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter FOR LIFE Â¬ REQUIESCAT IN PACE The Remains of Mrs Staten Consigned to Their LaBt Rest ing Place Â¬ Â¬ On nreTor-u-strs- r Bert Wing Arrived at the Penitentiary Is Greeted by His Brother Charley Also G BO A LEWIS Editor and Pub a Prisoner FRANKFORT MARCH 11 a npresifo Xjot 3 S3 Txre received of 1893 A DANGEROUS HIGHWAY The St Clair Street Bridge With Broken Planks is a Death Trap for Small Children The city and county for their neg- Â¬ ligence in keeping the St Clair street bridge in safe condition will find one of these days a judgment against them for heavy damages For a month or more there has been a bole in the walkway on the east side which would admit of a full grown man getting through it and falling into the river For two weeks or more four or five planks in various places knocked off the west walkway have stood like wide open death traps to the numerous little children that pass and repass them on their way The other day to and from school head and part of its a child had its body through the largest hole and stood looking down into the water when a couple of gentlemen who were almost paralyzed with fright at the speotacjB happened along in time to avrt perhaps the sad death by drowning of a precious member of a familyto whom the entire wealth of the city would not have been a tithe of compensative damages for the loss of the little one The bridge is bad enough at bestt but as long as it is made use of as the great highway between the two portions pf the city it is humane as well as wisely economical to keep it in safe and good condition Pure Malice Some people have the ingredient of hate so thoroughly diffused Mr J B Hamiltons carriage works The vehicle in question was entirely The finishing touches were new given it only last Saturday morning Particular pains were paid to the painting and the work was executed in a masterly and clever style It was made for Mr Will Choato and those who saw it were generous in praise of its workmanship and get up Upon entering the room containing thev vehicle last Monday morning however Mr Hamilton found that some one for some unlnown cause had smeared yellow paint over it completely ruining the work The guilty person or persons are unknown neither can the proprietor account for the deed It is unfortunate that people of tihiB calibre live among re- Â¬ spectable people and still more un- Â¬ fortunate that they practice their nefarious schemes in such a way as to avoid apprehension fail to take advantage of an oppor- Â¬ tunity to assert their malice It is needless to say that all their dirty An evi- Â¬ work is done under cover conspicu- Stomach Bitters as a afe tried and vertised dence of their handiwork is thorough ally of nature If the blood be In ously displayed on a new surrey at fected with bile if the bowels nn1 stomucli Â¬ Â¬ through their corpus that they never Albert Wing another member of a distinguished family in Kentucky was on Tuesday placed behind the prison bars in this oity for life He murdered a man in St Louis a num- Â¬ ber of years ago and received a sentence to the penitentiary in Jeffer-Â¬ son City and was pardoned by the Governor before expiration of his term Miram Eaves the young and beautiful daughter of Judge Eaves of Muhlenburg county who had cast her lot with him and whom he married after his release from the penitentiary was the second victim of his passion for murder The crime was committed in Louisville Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky and on the trial the aged father of the unfprtunate wife addressed the be list of advertised jury in behalf of the prisoner stat Â¬ Below will the found aending March 11 week letters for ing that he had conscientious scru ples against capital punishment 1893 ON MAIN STEET TO which it was believed would have Blackburn Miss Jeter Mrs- 8arah Betty J been the verdict in the case and that Bacon Ed Lay J W as a prosecution by him would not Burns Rev J A Lummels James Long Mrs Jerry restore his daughter he honed the Babbitt S M McPherson Alex Â¬ Dawson jury might find sufficient grounds for IDuncan G W BaseniEnt nf the Capital Hntel H H ander a verdict for a life sentence to theipnrrn nrinq Males MisBHallie Mason George penitentiary wnicn was accordingly Jane P BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a rendered within fifteen minutes after Dessie Miss Lucy Monfort James short time Easter Miss Susie Magviues Keen the jury retired to the jury room Flynn J Meraon Moran Mrs Scott Wings brother Charley is also in Grayson Henry Minor Miss R MANAGER In each city WflWni WH town and country place to this penitentiary serving a sentence Gordon Jas W Morgan William vV Jilt IJCiJU W CHIHN biow samples of Shoe Clothing Dress Goods L5 for killing the town marshal of Goins Mis Libbie McCane Willie VnrU fl Jewelry Silverware and liavo prlce Mosley B P Grevos Marry 11ms riMrlbnt d linn or Lady can make S50O Princeton while in the custody of Mrs to 1000 per day Send stamp for quick answer Owen Ellen to that officer who had accepted in Givins Solum CO Louisville Ky BIGGS AITOO SWOTS 3JE William Jan21 3m good faith Wings promise to proceed Hawkins Miss Porter Mr Penn E S Drizy The with him to the court room Will practice in all State Courts OfHoward Arthur Prehl F U fice second floor Custom House brothers greeted each other at the Huehes James Perkins Henry J- prison gate and by reason of their J3UUUV UJjp iiAUij nuuiiinun Mrs rfhwest and oulctcest between crimes andfamily prestige were the Hutchison James B F center of interest to the visitors at Henry Miss Tead Riley Bettio CINCINNATI ED FRANKFORT Howell Si Shear William the penitentiary that day L Simmermon R E Hardman Miss Inly direct linn bativcei L Hickman Mrs Surest Ally Tompkins Miss Natures Lizzie Frankfort and Paris Car Georgetown Mjiry If nature did not struuglo against disease Johnson Miss Smith Miss Mar Â¬ Laura swift indeed even In weakly co istitutlons garet lisle Kaysvilie Qynthiana Fal Â¬ would be the course of malady to Its fatal Johnson Miss Smith Miss M F Jennie While nature thus strujwles termination Scott Andy let us lest worse Derail us aid her efforts with Jamson Newton mouth and Covington Daird Experience medical help mut Jones Marchus Stalard George Judicious Wood be our guide In battles with disease and that When calling for these letters day ad- Indicates Hostetters lamp to our feet The funeral of Mrs Katie Staten took place from her late residence last Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock A large number of friends and ac- Â¬ We No Old Stock on Handt are Selling Nothing but New Stock quaintances of the family gathered at the home to pay the laBt tribute of respect to the deceased and to view for the last time the face of their be- Â¬ Physicians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L Gayle loved friend Copious tears of earnest and heartfelt sorrow coused their way down the cheeks of the gathered mourners and the scene was an affect ing one Pastors Taylor and Blay HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY ney conducted the service in a beau- Â¬ Jan 21 ly tiful and impressive manner after which the cortege moved the remains to their narrow home LANDBETHS GARDEN SEEDS In ZS ulIDs ancl Paper PURE DRUGS AUD CHEMICALS W McKEE HARDIE CO 1 t 1 JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed From the Batzell Building - 101 AND 102 ANN STHBET J Vw J JR 3W Â¬ Kentucky Midland By Â¬ ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND J MSakfell Postmaster SOLID VE8TIBIJLED pecting to become mothers and for Georgetown to Jacksonville Fin Glad Tidingo mothers who are nursing and exÂ¬ hausted at the change from girlhood TIME 27 HOURS Tho grand specific for the prevail to womanhood and later at the criti Â¬ Solid Vestibulecl Trains to St Augustine it is a medicine ing malady of the age Dyspepsia cal change of life Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cob that safely and certainly builds up fciveness General Debility etc- is strengthens regulates and cures Solid Vestibulecl Trains Between Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This If it dosont if It even fails to bene great herbal touio stimulates the fit or cure you have your money CINCINNATI digestive organs regulates the sys Â¬ back CHATTANOOGA tem to vigorous health and energise RMINGHAM Samples iree Largo packages 680 What you are sure of if you use MERIDIAN Sold by Ckapmaa WSlfetms 40 Remedy is either Dr Sages Catarrh NEW ORLEANS a perfect and permanent cure of your Dr Halos Household Ointment catarrh no matter how bad your case may be or 600 in cash The propri Â¬ FRO- M-S- LEEPING CAR THK0UG1I s the flncst remedy in the world etors of tho medicine promise to pay It absolutely euros catarrh It cures you the money if they cant ouro Cures you Neuralgia and Rheumatism C N Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Knoxville and Asfieville Bucklons Arnica Salvo in tho mo3t soathing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Tho best salvo in tho world for Dr Halos Household Tea Can be Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Direct connections nt New Orleans and Shreve Cures Coughs and Golds Texas Mexico and California taken internally A positive specific Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped port for Frankfort via Kentuck Mldlaud Rallwaj Leave Hands Chilblains Corns and all via Georgetown 546 aiunTlvoClnulnnat 11026 Â¬ for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Is a pleasant herb drink whioh posiQuicker than nny other line tively cures dyspepsia liver com Â¬ Chilblains Sores of long standing Skin Eruptions and positively curesÂ¬ am trains arrlvoand lepurt from Central Unlm All Piles or no pay required It is guar Depot Cincinnati Corns and Bunions are cured quickly plaints and all iddney diseases horiuiteeMnpBtiVf address One dose a day taken at bed time different from all else superior to all anteed to givesatisftction or money C U WO0DWELL Price 26 cents per box else it has no equal 25and60o boxes refunded 25 and 50 ots does the buuinosH D P T A Louisville Ky For salo by Vuiu UAWBHTEn per package Get it to day at P H Large size cheapest Sold at Cahpisn D tsDWARpa DMILLER H iy 8 CaiuENTKub drug store TrnfMinc Cincinnati 0 4V4 J A tblis drug store Â¬ Â¬ all tho peculiar troubles that beset a woman Tho only guaranteed rem Â¬ by professional and use for edy for them is Dr Pierces Favorite indorsement No American or nearly half u centuary For women suffering foreign remedy has etrned greater distinction Prescription as a remeJy for and preventive of chronic from any chronic female complaint liver complaint malaria constipation kidney or weakness for women who are run- Â¬ and rheumatic trouble and debility down and overworked for women ex- Â¬ are inactive if the kldiiers fall to expel Im purities of which thyaretlio natural outlet a course of tha Bitters Is the purest reliance of the sufferer one moreover that is sanctioned Â¬ Put to Plight TRAINS j TUIBIIIHIEITHLSMIIIIITIIIE TIME TABLE DEC I Mm 12 lbW to TRAINS K AST Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Iv A Jl 1 TIME 24 HOURS I No P M No 8 I P M No 7 THE SUORTK8T AND U0ICKE3T Summit Elkhorn Swltzcr Stamping Ground Duvall Frankfort A r 00 G0G 1 11 6H2 CS9 US 410 416 422 480 45J J24S 125 146 165 205 220 820 880 4 45 4 52 A Johnson Georgetown C S Depot Newtown B Lv OntrovlUe I v Elizabeth Ar PailK 787 550 845 IA M I P M I 1 St PM TRAINS WEST No2 INo 4 INo8INo17 H 20 Lv 1nrlB C fi82 545 C 644 652 Gt6 719 718 723 0 08 515 627 5K5 640 Ar Elizabeth Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar CI1TCIST1T ATI Oeorpetown Johnson Duvall CentervlUe Newtown O S Depot 8R8 8 47 aas B Stamping Kround Ar Swltzer Ar Elktiorn Ar Summit Ar 1085 1042 1048 1110 1116 1122 1180 N C am fi46 061 717 042 627 463 44ff 704 710 7 23 10 55 730 7 44 Frankfort A 760 766 800 8X0 662 705 715 786 765 810 820 42 A connects with L B connects with Q C connects with 0 and L S K f The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL C I BKROAW City Ticket Agent Uen Pass Agt iEO B HARPER Jen Suet l ImHMBaMffliiiHMMiBHBllHMMMMHMHBHbi fl l 5 82l2iS3S532XEnS to aSKH23KESS From Ih Vehicles Wagons Buggies 50 00 and up 115 Manufacturers Saddles Carts Carts Surreys Phaetons Buckboards 100 00 and up 35 00 and up 00 and up NOTE All ether Harness Sulkies Boots and Covers TJEOEUSOSS Harness and up I2 50 Bridles Boots YOURAlso etc at Horse vehicles in propor- Â¬ PRICES per set 5 00 and up 75 and up tion and in great variety Saddles 3 00 and UP wholesale prices Horse Blankets and Lap Rugs at lower prices than ever named on them in gacat numbers and before PLOWS PLOW POINTS and PLOW GEAR US S and all other styles of Avery goods also Steel Plows of all kinds Oliver Chilled Plows No 20 7 50 Granite Chilled Cultivators and Farm Machinery of all kinds Syracuse and Hillside Plows 800 Disc and Plain Harrows Clover Seeders Corn Planters Come to us and see what you save Get the Dealers Prices SPECIALOLIVER CHILLED PLOW POINTS 35 CENTS EACH The FRANKFORT MARCH 11 Kentucky Buggy and Factory Head of Broadway Salesroom wsztxnixeya Harness Works Opposite Court House I PRKIARKDBTTHE and the FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT which attended Oarmencita Theatre comedv at the Broadway 1898 AN HEIELOOM New York City surpassed anything The Pen written Arithmetic Which The delightful known for years Daniel Boone Brought Spanish dancer and Messrs Jefferson DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies lenlicijTeterioaryMeiicifleCo JIT STERLING KY L W TIME TABLE The following time table is now iu effect npon the L fc N road TBAINB NOBTH No231eaveaFrnnkfort No 17 leaveB Frankfort No 21 leaveB Frankfort No lOleavoB Frankfort TBAINB K AST 650 a m 300 p m 785 pm 1020 a m 440 p m 640 p xn 035 a m Nol81eavoB Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaveB Frankfort Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot at Anohorage for Blootnfleld Branoh W W AIKXAMDKB 855 p ni Agent m k How Kentucky Girls Kiss The Evening Times qf Louisville this week describes in verse the way the girls in the various towns of Ken- - irV k Â¬ tucky Kiss The author whoever he may bo evidently enjoyed such a wide range of experience and skilled he was so thoroughly osculatoryiart as his effusion in the below would indicate that it would appear to a novice his lips are more puckered now than if he had been The eating unripe porsimmons following is the rhyme The Lexington girl the pi We or the State In her clinging una soulful way Absorbs It nil with njearnlng yearn As big as a tun of hay The Frankfurt sir bows licr stately head And she axes her stylish lips In a firm urd way and lets them go In spasmodic little snips The Covington girl removeth her specs And freeeth her lace with a smile Then sticks out her lips like an open book And cheweth her gum meanwhile The Danville girl says never a word And joud think she was rather tame With her practical views of the matter in But she guts there Just the same 1 M haul The Newport girl nets a grip on herself As she carefully takes off her hat And she grabs the prize In a frightened Like a terrkr shaking a rut way The llopklnsvllle girl so pentle and sweet Lets her lips meet the coming kiss With rapturous warmth and the youthful souls Float away on u sea of bliss The Pacucah girl a creature divine Whether wite or widow or miss Looks Into your eyes with starlit orbs And puts her whole soul In her kiss The Owen3boro girl will at first refuse just to iihvo you insist una pieau But when she finally gives her consent Uor kiss youll confess takes the lead Itlchmond girls close their dreamy eyes When Invited to osculate And lot the vaudal steal tlio kiss Though they really Had It first rate Klaw and Erlangers comedy compa- Â¬ ny will give here an exact repetition of their New York performance Oar- Â¬ mencita who has enthralled the very highest of New York society for three years can depend upon a hearty welcome The New York Herald has likened her to the subtle Her dancing paintings of Oautier indeed iB divine symmetrically sin- Â¬ uous to a degree and enraptures the beholder To the entrancing Spanish musio of Alphonso Piretto Oarmeci ta dances the Oachuca as it has never been danced before by any living ut apanisn Dircn ana danseuse brought up and trained in the royal court of Spain as it were she possess- Â¬ es all the elegance grace and subtle charm of her splendid nationality which traits are quickly discernable Her even on her first entrance dance El Vieto calls for all the ser- Â¬ pentine and sinuation of movement which can only be expected from a Spanish dancer whoso life and very soul seem to be enrapped in the gracefullness of poetical motion Take even her dance which she has and naivoly called the one can imagine that sho has stopped from a picture frame Her costume for this performance aloiie made by the great French costumer Felix is oxquisite in each and every detail To the music of Alphonso Piretto she moves with varied motions of the feet and graceful movements of the body her luxuriant black hair falland exuberantly ing gracefully Messrs Jefarouud her gshoulders ferson Klaw and Evlanger have se- Â¬ cured a rare treat for Thursday night Oarmencita will appear between the second and third acts of the comedy The Prodigal Father from the pen of Glen McDonoiigh The fun of the piece never flags from the rise to Lhe fall of the curtain and both the New York press and public have declared it ono of the brightest and most charming of comedies Besides the great Oarmencita Messrs Jefferson Klaw and Erlang- Â¬ Denham ers company includes GeoKingstone Geo 0 Boniface jr Cecil Walter Thomas Geo Gaston Walter Plough Blanche Ohapman Ford Cora Macy Hope Ross Marguerite Frank lin and Little Irene Franklin At theOpera House Thursday night Aid-de-Oam- to Kentucky OF CINCINNAT 10 wilLbe at the p Â¬ Supt John W Graham of the Adams Express Company has in his family heirlooms a book which probably has no duplicate says the Courier Journal uIt is an arith- Â¬ metic 125 pages in length and con Â¬ tents were written by hand It was brought this to State on ono of Daniel Boones trips but has always so far as is known been in the uraham family The Grahams by the way are as old a family as can be found in Kentucky and this arithmetic passed from hand to hand until it was used Daniel by several generations Boone came to Kentucky in the early 1760s He went back East and returned with hiB brother Squire Boone and Simon Kenton Then he made another trip and the Grahams came to Kentucky with him in 1768 thus being one of the very earliest families Many years before leaving Virginia probably about the middle of the Eighteenth century Mr Gra Â¬ ham thinks the arithmetic was writ Â¬ ten by some member of the family It is on very plain paper and has a common paper back home made One branch of the family went tu Harrods Fort now Harrodsburg Another went to Franks Fort now Frankfort and with them the arith metic went It is held as a priceless The ttra heirloom by the family hams are scattered in every quarter of the State and they are very numerous but they all come from those immigrants who entered the wilderness with Daniel Boone Mr Graham who formerly lived in u inis city is a son oi ttae mto n uraa Graham who was for many years proprietor of the livery stable on Ann street and is a brother of Mr C Gran Graham clerk in the Adams Express office in this city Â¬ Â¬ FHOEITIS HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday Maroh 18 1893 Saturday April 8 1893 Saturday April 29 1893 Sattrday May 20 1893 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation an d with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A KScott Frankfort Ky M Gober Frankfort Ky Dr J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Bcrberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H W TRADEMARK for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac Â¬ Renieuj tor Pneumonia In fluenza li u iiiier etc Ueel and Gall OintKyo Lotions mentUlls erln ointment Wart Remedy Physic Buls Sklu Lution Uter Â¬ Liniment Woim PuvviieiB btituuiatliii ine Tonic uterine atunilve Wound Dressing MtneruL Fluid Alterative Cough Mlxtuie Tonic and Cuudhlon Powders ANTIOSTIMI Colic Remedy Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky Jas DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except SATURPamphlets descrlbfng these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W EJght St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST CONSULTATION FREE Â¬ J McClure Frankfort Ky W KVlqKee 200 Hardie HALLS STCIAIU STREET OiDSTan1 Work Worry Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Feb 18 Gm and Disease are a formidable trloiyrt the peak person frequently has to meet all of t em at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our CoMPnran Uxtoen and ours onlv The coiuit les demonstrations of 23 years war rant this renly Our treatment is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Â¬ CIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllltlllllIIIIt I 1 ROYAL SEWING pKteY2X21vft 1 MACHINE 5llllIlllllimillltiJin1lllllllIIIIllllllMIIUIIIlIIIIIIIIlllIl3 I Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious What about your need A book f explanation and proor Is yours to consider If asked for now WARRANTED 5 YEARS Dts STARKEY loW Arsh Dec 24 ly PALEN Street Philadelphia Pa BLUE 1893 USS - WS - near this city Wanted To purchase Apply at this office 10 acres SPRING- - 1893 H mmwmwmlmBSSii hBljOb mmmwtm M 1 i Tvs Jt H H Â¬ Nervoua Prostration largo manufacturer whose affairs wore very much embarrassed and who was overworked and broken flown with nervous exhaustion went to a oolobrated specialist He was told that the- only thing needed was to bo reliovod of care and worry and have a ohango of thought This doo toc was trioro i onslderate of his pa fKHLa health than of his flnanoial Ho ought to have IiriMimHtancoB mlviBod him to two Dr Miles Restor ative Nervine the bost remedy for sleeplessness iltvous proat rationill effects of spir hoadmshe linoss coffee opium c Thou Â¬ tobacco sands testify to euros Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 la Marriage a Failure A Â¬ tffcpPBfEci rm v rflKSWi RUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMLL fruit snipe vines nsnaracus and every thing for the orchaid lawn nd garden Prices low We sell direct and have no agents cata Â¬ logues on application to F f BlIllllllllllllIlIllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIillf S f S H F HXLLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar ll 3m II WM CROMWELf ATTORN EY-AT-LAl e Has alarge High Arm p Haa a SoU sottlnt Needlo g Has a HaB No Equal In Construction H Has a Mechanical Appearance Elegant Finish a fllas anPerfect Adjustment Has a Positive Take up TTnn S R23AZ iTfTlLL Yf BSTATB AGB2VJ IN THE COTOTS I i i K- f The Bowlliu Green girl neither sighs nor pines Nor acts In a manner fude But she Roes about kissing In a business like way That catches the averago dude Franklin and the Adjoining count e will alto giro ipclAl attention to the purol find tale of real estate collection of nti ebiliu aud the lecotlatloD of loani PRACTICE Hbvllsli Fnralturo Has More Good Sevvlntr Qualities and Work a larger Rangcof 5 does any Sewing Machine GeneralWorld S In the 5 than 1 Examine THE ROYAL top points of exceuenoe ana you wiu a s s buy no other s i r I ROYAL Oilii S M CO Rockford I1L i yf tBIIIIIIIIIIIMIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllIll trulU Â¬ Cholerine in Pennsylvania Swiokley Penn We had an epo demio of cholerine as our physioians called it in this plaoe lately and I mado a great hit with Chamberlains Oolio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I sold four dozen bottleB of it in one week and have since sold nearly a gross This remedy did the work and was a big advertisement for mo Several persons who had been trou- Â¬ bled with diarrhoea for two or three weeks wore ourod by a few doses of this medicine P P Knapp Ph G 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by lm J W Gaylo druggist r fr s Carmonoita the Great Danoer Spanish The bountiful and entrancing Spanish dancer Oarmencita will ap Â¬ pear at the Opera Houbo Thursday night in conjunction with Glon Mo Donoughs enormously successful comedy Tho Prodigal Father un Â¬ der the management of Messrs 0 D Jefferson Klaw and Erlanger The phonominally great bucccbs u Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasant aud refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Havo you boon trying fo get the Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysbest out of existence without health tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Havo you been aches and fevers and cures habitual in your family wearing out you life from the effects constipation Syrup of Figs is the of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Indigestion Aro you sleepless at only remedy of its kiud ever pronight Do you awake in the morning duced pleasing to the taste and ac fooling laaguid with coated toagtw ceptable to the stomach prompt hi and soUoWt haggard looks Dont do its action aud truly heneficiul m its it Asheut in the camp tells Wv effects prepared only from the most Aunt Funnys Health Restorer ism caved others it wlUero you Trial healthy and agreeable substances its Large size 50c at many excellent qualities commend it package free Chapmjm Williams to all and have mado it the most 40 popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Miles Norvo and Liver Pills and SI bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ Any rcjiablo druggist who Aot on a new principle regulating gists stomach and bowels though may not have it on hand will prothe liver Dr cure it promptly for any ono who the nervos A now discovery Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness wishes to try it Do not accept any bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ substitute tion Splendid for men women and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO ohildren Smallest mildest surest Samples free at SAN FRANCISCO CAL 50 doses for 25 cents NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY 45 ly J WGayleB Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it ONB 33JNTJOYS inn- - E G MATTEE1T Chesapeake NEW Ohio Ry WASBIHS Cities Plitiimler NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Chuhcu3 Admr Plaintiff M 3 mi BOS PHILADELPHIA OX ni all Eastern Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINCTOX and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st KAST BOUND 1892 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Lve Lexington 710 am Atlanta Express No 2 daily Mldlind Aecoin No Jt dallr ex Sun 11 10 a m Kxpress No 2 dally Veitlbuled 6101 m Mt Sterling Aecoin NoUSdall ox Sun 525 v u 1 WEST BOUHD Â¬ Arr LxIniUon Lexington Jccom No 27 dally ox 8un7B5 a m 21 dally 1240 pm Louisville Kxpress No Wm Lexington Aecom Nn 25 dally xSuu-i l r u vs Kxpress No 2d dally Vestibuled 010 pm Wm CuuucHsllKiiis Ac Defendants folll Vpstlhule l Trains with Dining Cars All parsons having claims against Wm Church Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York deceased or his estate are hereby untitled to rrr without chanu sent their claims to me proven as required by No yiiM transfers law or prove them before me on or before the II W FULLER CBRYAN 27th dav of March lbJ3 W II POSKY Jenl Push Agt Asst Jenl Pass Agt Washington h C Cincinnati 18 Gt Coiumlsslone F C 0 Feb v ivl ii J Aiim lAjjisrt jjk ru 6 iW C M A I jI j -- jQ X ZLSTID Jt U jK C XlfcTIE 1 jHj x k SIEIE OTZEailE STOOIIS CIF1 CHIN A GLASS QUEENS WARE - ly 8 STOVES IN THE CITY Religious THE STATE TREASURY The Creditors of Camp Buckner u ft v t - The creditors of the State who The hour for the Sunday night Receipts Exceeding Expenditures were refused payment for their goods churches in the services at the various and More Than Half a Million ordered by authorized agents and city have been changed from 7 to Dollars Still in the States used by the Second Regiment of KenCoffers 730 tucky State Guards at Camp Buck- Â¬ OUTLOOK ner in 1890 at Lake Park in Belle First Presbyterian Church REMARKS UPON THE point held a meeting Wednesday Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the The State Treasury despite the night and appointed Messrs W S pastor will occupy his pulpit -AND DBALEB IN- morning at 11 oclock and at 730 heavy drain upon it is in a healthy Dehoney W A Howard and W L condition Although all the sheriffs Pence a committee to confer with p m revenue for this flcal year has been the Adjutant General and other State Southern Presbyterian Church turned into the treasury for more officials looking to a settlement of STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO Rev W G Neville the pastor than a month and the receipts now the unpaid balance of 3000 and more PIPE AND FITTINGS ETC JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK will occupy his pulpit to morrow are mainly from licenses and a part due them They are entitled to their GUARANTEED morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m of the corporations the total receipts money and not a dollar for the Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Â¬ The sacrament of the Lords Sup- for the last month are yet largely Worlds Fair State Guard encamp- Â¬ Â¬ per will be administered at the morn in excess of the total expenditures ment should be appropriated until k The following is the statement of the the home merchants have been paid BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE ing service Preaching this morning at 11 condition as shown by the books of what the State is justly owing to the Auditor and Treasurer at the end them oclock meeting closed of last month viz The protracted Numerous unsolicited testimonials 538957 66 Balance January 31 Sunday night with three additions daily received by its proprietors RECEIPTS FEBRUARY clearly demonstrate the fact that the 175001 81 Episcopal Church Rev E A General Exp Fund reputation of Dr Bulls Cough Syrup 137 14 the infallible cure for all affections the rector will occupy School Fund Penick 175138 95 of the throat and chest has suffered to morrow morning at 11 his pulpit no diminution in the last quarter of XToxt 714096 61 oclock and in the evening at a century July2 ly Â¬ DWARD PI3AOTIOAIJ- CLAASSEN I Plumber GasSteam Fitter Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets el jS ifi 1 WELL SAPOLIO B MARSHALL Are Quickly Married L B MARSHALL Try It In Your House Cleaning W A GAINES 730 The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting assembles each Wednesday at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian tend EXPENDITURES General Exp Fund School Fund Sinking Fund Bal In Treas Mar FEBRUARY I 130143 35 703 16 240 00 131V87 51 Tor Malaria Liver Trou- - bleorIndige3tionuse Births iiROVNS IRON BITTERS Hanly In this county on Friday March 3d to Mr John H Hanley and wife a son John Hillory Williams Tuesday to the wife of Wiley C Williams a son Church Every Sunday school teaoher in the city is cordially invited to at- Â¬ 1 93 583009 10 L High mass at 8 a mf low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Uatiiuliu Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor Â¬ Baptist Church Rev W C Taylor the pastor will conduct the v Â¬ visual services to morrow oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m at 11 in the ohapel OhkibtiaW Church Rev George TJaraie the pastor will preach tomorrow at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The Ministry of Night subject Â¬ Tears The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 650 All the school money now has been paid out to the counties and no great sums for any special purpose aside from tho usual expenses of the gov- Â¬ ernment and the pay of the General Assembly will be necessary to be provided tor before the end of June shortly after which time the taxes from banks and the sheriffs revenue of 1893 will be gin to be paid into the treasury What the revenue of the next fiscal year may be appears now somewhat problematical but there is every rea- Â¬ son to believe there will be ample even at the diminished tax rate of 42 cents for 1893 instead of 47j cents the levy for 1892 to meet all ordinary demands upon the treasury Tho unofficial statements in the newspapers seem to show that the assessment for 1893 in many of the counties will be decreased While this by reason of the exemptions al- Â¬ lowed by tho Constitution was not unexpected it is thought in the Au Â¬ Â¬ k CO Real Estate and Insurance Aits Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times 1GUU15 Hoot dairies J ES50 FOR A OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET CASE IT WILL NOT CURE MlO fl UforthoTootnandBcoatlugSo For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan 28 Anatrreeablo Loxatlvo and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25c 60o and SlOO por package Samples free XTf ISiffX The Favorite TOOTH 70WSSB ly HALLS OLD STAND A Frame Cottage 200 A FINE FARM I i Apply to 7 ROOMS WITH FEET IN 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF South Frankfort A LOT 85 BY sale Tins OF on nACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED Is oflered for good Frankfort property Id In good repulr und 13 well located L ii MARSHALL CO Aceuts Moores T1S Poultry AND In Remedy A GAPES Good Investment T cations the receipts from numerous will other sources will more than offset Boiling D D of Winchester preach to morrow at 11 oclock and any such deficiency in this part of the at 730 p m States revenue These sources for Dr Boiling will preach each day the present fiscal year are likely now the coming week at 3 and 730 p m to run in advance of the expenditures Sunday school at 980 a m and overcome a deficit which had The Epworth League meetB in been looked for on July 1st and if the evening at 700 in the class room such expectations should be realized under the present extraordinary The Young Mens Christian Asso- Â¬ drafts of a prolonged session of the ciation meet3 in the lecture room of Legislature including the Worlds the Christian Church to morrow after- Â¬ Fair and other appropriations there noon at 230 oclock All the young is abundant reason to claim that for men of the city are invited to attend the next year when tho session of no more than Rev O B Lloyd of Louisville will the Legislature will be sixty days the new revenue law oven Â¬ preach at South Benson this morn deoreaso of tho ing and to morrow morning at 11 with the tho Constitution exemptions Â¬ fixed in and the de oclock All are cordially invited to crease mentioned in the tax rate can attend not fail to provide all tho revenue re Â¬ Rev Thos N Arnold will preach quired for tho maintenance of tho at Pleasant Hill near Peaks Mill on State Government next Sunday at 11 oclock a m m Keep Salvation Oil in the gymnasi Â¬ um It is a sovereign remedy for outs Frenoh Ginghams strains bruises and sprains to whioh and All the now effects are now on sale acrobats It 1hathletes are liable at all times the greatest euro on Co Sam D Johnson earth for pain 25 cents 27 Methodist Church Rev W ditors office that from present indi- Â¬ In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin couuty The improvements consist of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms a- - large stock all other necessary improvements barn und In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further In formation apply to CO Agents B MARSHALL 1 THE OLDESTPOUTRY REMEDY ON THE market Posttrely prevents und cures CHOLERA More then pays for Its use tlon of the extra produo TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wapplng street west of Mr 8 B Holmes residence This property will bo offered us a tvholo at a bargain or It will be sold In lots of 40 For terms or B0 feet front to suit purchaser CO Agents L B MARSHALL apply to Frankfort Ky 1 FOR SALE i FOE Get a trial box E CHAPMAN WILLIAMS BT DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS AND SUNDRIES PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third und Shelby streets bouth Frankfort consisting of one largo brick residence und ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the us It If unquestionably the best to be MURRAY Market ON EXUM PROPERTY a desirable location street consisting of u brick residence of 5 had In the city If you wish you to purchase one rooms and about two acres of land This prop Â¬ for u home we would advise erty Is well located and on account of the large of the lots while they are to be had CO LB MARSHALL Agents lot will be a good Investment In addition to milk- Â¬ ing a very desirable home For terms apply to FOR SAKEL L B MARSHALL CO Agents i April 9 U Farms For Sale H ACRESofOK LAND WITn RESIDENCE OF three rooms 100 acres land with moderate Improvements A FOR RENT i A TABLERSpiC BOCKEYEJjLE m n i w em rn m u n arm BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS WITH large ground known as the Orphans Home property on Third street South Side This property will be nut in thorough repulr us soon 220 acres of land of due quality with first class us rented Apply to Improvements LB MARSHALL CO AgtS are located on a The above three tracts of land good turnpike road five and n half miles from Fiankfort For terms apply to JiV III A B SVSSlBi CURES NOTHING BUT PILES SURE and CERTAIN Tnrud bf known for 10 years as the BEST PILES REMEDY FOR WD BTtOPIB BIIIURDSOHTITLOB CO CURE It FORSALE 3 rass A LB MARSHALL Agents CO Farm For Sale good fV Improvements located on a oulytwo imiles from Frankfort land Is In FARM OF 150 ACRE WITH MODERATE Most of thfs turnpike road ston given immediately FARM OF FORTY a good A SMALLland MILES from Frankforton Fosses new all In crass located THREE L B MARSHALL CO ACRES OF GOOD 5c Agents dairy farm and would raise good tobacco or make a good L B MARSHALL CO Tirciber Agents irtrmrfiiii r f Hud son Jmmmsf3ixzjnKmmndm7iGi um phries 1 Ready Made Clothing 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 all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying Hnasori- - c JjL u 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 yo of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can in dulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ i V ft r Humonries casseii L L Hows ThisP Hudson Humphries tsKsa Casseii m The Modern Way Commends itself to the well informed to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeably as well To cleanse the system and break up colds headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the de- Â¬ lightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs a r- - KB- bi THE COURTS TO SETTLE IT drick and the silent but implied concurrence of the Governor and SecreBy Resolution of the Sinking tary Headley viz Fund Commissioners the Resolved That the Attorney GenerMason Foard Com Â¬ al be and he is hereby directed to pany Will be bring such suit or suits as are neces Sued sary for the Commonwealth of Kentucky against the Mason Foard Co present It has been more than a year since Co and 0 R Mason Gov Brown by innuendo and threat and former lessees of the Kentucky Penitentiary at Frankfort and the made it known in the newspapors Branch Penitentiary at Eddyville that he had a sensation about the Ky together with convict labor conamount alleged to be due from the fined therein for all sums due the Mason Foard Company that would State on contracts and accounts coming within and startle the people and give them of the Sinking under the jurisdiction Fund Commissioners cause to wonder if there ever had as ex offlcio directors of said prison been any honest State officials until This puts an end to the real conhe came into office At that time troversy on the subject and merely the Sinking Fund Commissioners leaves open to further discussion and willing to co operate with the Govern- attack the personal issues raised by or in any proper effort to secure to the two Governors Whether Gov the State her just dues would readily Brown will reply to Gov Buckner have voted with him if he believed remains to be seen but it is stated by it necessary to bring suit against the the formers mends that his answer Mason Foard Company is almost ready and may be expected The company it is said equally as at any time ready to have the matter fairly ad The papers in the suit against justed would not have raised a Mason Foard Company are in The nitro- course of preparation and will be breath of opposition Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ness it is probable the people will realize how much it costs them to enable Gov Brown to gratify hiB malice against the company for taking Lyon county away from him in the last Democratic Convention that nominated State officers Â¬ Deaths Sarah A Cap linger died Sunday morning at the residence of her son Mr W S Cap linger in Leestown aged 67 years The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock from the residence Of her son and the remains were laid to rest in the Cemetery The de- Â¬ ceased was the mother of Mr Al Caplinger of this city Green The little twin daughter of Mr and Mrs Cal Green died Saturday February 25th at the residence of her parents near Christiansburg of consumption aged eleven months The remains were laid to resc in the family lot at Christiansburg Church McEwan On Sunday afternoon Mrs Eliza McEwan wife of Mr Wm McEwan died at her home on the South Side after a lingering illness of several months The deceased was in the fifty seventh year of her age a loving and faithful wife and mother and a devoted friend whose kindly sympathy and interest often beguiled others of thdir heavy cares and sor- Â¬ rows She was a sincere and con- Â¬ sistent member of the Methodist Church in which she was a zealous worker in its cause Her husband and four children Mrs Andrew Cain of Versailles Mrs L F Johnson Mr nunc iuouwan oi hub cuy ana xur Ben McEwan of Kansas City are left to mourn her death Tho funeral took place Tuesday morning at 10 oclock from the family residence Rev H G Henderson conducting the services and the remains were laid at rest in the cemetery of this city Gravitt Miss Mary Gravitt daughter of Mr Frank Gravitt died at her parents home near the Forks of Elkhorn Monday night Winston In Wentherford Texas on tho 27th of February 18D3 Mamie Louisa daughter of John McO and Lona Winston Mrs Â¬ Â¬ Caplinger Â¬ can not bo cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J GueneyCo Props Toledo O We tho undersigned have known P J Obeney for the last 16 years and believe h m perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan- Â¬ cially able to carry out auy obliga- Â¬ tions made by the firm Weet Truax Wholesale Druggists Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole- Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interÂ¬ nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Prioo 75c por bottle Sold by all druggists A Fino Brood Maro Killed -9 We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that Â¬ The Methodist Meeting The preaching of Dr Boiling has met with great favor among tho church going poople of this city There is a general interest awakened in the meeting and the two daily services are largely attended extra chairs being used to accommodate the night congregations Dr Boiling is a plain and forcible speaker and masters his audience with perfect ease At times his flights of eloquence are full of beauty and power There have been 16 additions to tho membership of the church up to the time of our going to press Preaching to day at 3 and 730 p m and to morrow at the usual hours Recovered Bound health for every consumptive who - Toledo Ohio Â¬ Â¬ ts t t H r document however was kept tightly corked but the Governor occasionally shook it in the faces of the people and the company as a menace of what he could do if he would At last aftqr the bitter dis appointment in not riding into the United States Senate on the expected wave of popular applause he hurls his carefully prepared explosive arti- Â¬ cle into the midst of the Legislature without even notifying any one of the Sinking Fund Commissioners excepting his appointee Secretary that he proposed to fling the deadly missile Well the rest is modern history The report ended in the fizzle of a Are cracker but a pieoe struck a huge bear away down in Hart county and all are familiar with the story of a man who went hunt Â¬ ing for a bear and found him and then set up a cry for somebody to come and help him let go of the animals crushing grasp But after all now come the con Â¬ cluding ohaptors on the settlement of the Mason Foard indebtedness where the opening ohaptors should have been On Tuesday Treasurer Halo introduced at a mooting of the Sinking Fnnd Commissioners the following resolution which reoeived the expressed support of Auditor Norman and Attorney General Hen glycerine the case docketed and ready for trial at the April term of this Circuit Court It is yet unknown whether the Attorney General intends to sue for the largo sum claimed by the Governor to be due or the loss On Thursday night Mr Ed Gallery filed within a few days in Circuit Clerk Fords office in time to have drove down to town and after attend Â¬ amount as shown upon the records of the Auditors Office and the Sinking Fund Commissioners It is probable however he will fix upon the largest sum whioh he believes the State has any grounds whatever for claiming but certainly not upon the rental of the Eddyville prison eighteen months before it was completed and the contract with the oompany made effect ive and whioh Gov Brown among other errors in his statement has included in the amount of tho com panyo indebtedness Foard The lease of tho Mason Oompany expires next month and though advertisements have been in Â¬ serted in numerous leading papers in every part of the country no bids have been reoeived and when the present lessees of tho penitentiary who under any other Governor would have continued to lease tho prison walk out of that institution and leave a dead load of nine thousand dollars a month on tho tax payers and more than nine hundred oonviots in idle- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing to his business started home but after getting some distance out on tho Versailles pike remembered he had forgotten something turned around and drove rapidly back hav Â¬ ing a fine brood mare attached to his vehicle Coming down the Arsenal Hill he met Mr Olympus Crutoher who was on his way home in his buggy and in tho darkness the horses attached to the respective vehicles collided The shaft of young Orutch ers buggy struok Mr Gallerys mare in the breast and penetrated the flesh over a foot in depth and such an outpouring of tho animals blood resulted that she died even before she could be disingaged from the ve hiolo 0 1 iJr 0ic7 jjnx Theres a positive euro with T 4m Dr Pierces Golden MnrHraJ Discovery Just as it cures tho worst of tho many forms of scrofula so it cures and just as certain- Â¬ ly tho scrofulous affection of tho lungs thats called Consumption through the blood A Loader Mnee Mb first introduction Electric Bitter has gained rapidly in popular favor until now U is clearly in the load among pore medicinal tonics and aherati res containing nothing whioh permit Ha nse as a beverage or intoxicant it is recognised as the best and purest medicine for all ail Â¬ ments of Stomach Li ver or Kidneys It will cure Sick Headache Indiges Â¬ tion Constipation and drive Malaria from the system Satisfaction guar Â¬ anteed with eaoh bottle or tho money Prioo only 50c will bo refunded per bottle Sold by P H Carphn- - guaranteed If it doesnt benefit or cure in every case you have your money back Tho fcavjour hath gathered bis lamb to Ilia On these terms its an insult to your in telligenco to have something else offered a breast Where new lifes storms shull her peace molest being just as good Eeb 41y But even with this reoae dy it wont do to wait It cant make nnvr Inner Knt it can make diseased ones healthy whea nothing else will As a blood cleanser strength restorer and flesh builder theres nothing like it known to medical science For Scrofula in all its forms Bronchial Throat and Lung affections Weak Lungs Asthma Severe Coughs and every disease that can be reached through the blood its the only remedy so nnfatHng that It can be -- 1a Ills deur love willed not that time should truce Que sorrowful line on that Innocent face Shllohs Cure tho Great Cough and NOTICE Croup Cure is ft sale by us Pocket size contains twenty five doses only 21 BEEN 25o Children love it EXECUTOR OF HAVING will of APPOINTED Tlioraus Brewer my father sA First class writing paper at 25oentB tate to ment 27 tf per pound at Barretts notice Is hereby given for all creditors of his es Â¬ produce and prove their claims for pay Â¬ RILEY BREWER Exr iiyiftai W vJKjiHl VBafl5x35 OO I aif sWArj JikmM -- J OH HUimkmmHmmtmmu I SHIM BASGAIN Our buyer while in New York made the biggest scoop in dress shirts since weve been in the business Three styles bosoms iocs OU nn GO no nn an BE1 aa no ua no nn ota nn SPRING SUITS aa ram nn am TAN SHOES en aa ran 150 T75c They will not last long aa nn aa nn au en a aa aa aa nn aa on aa on en aa nflCS ua aa Jojoba aa aa on aa DEI ua Be quick if you want bargains This promises to be the big season in this line of shoes Weve prepared for a big trade but youll be wise if youll make your selecWe tions early while sizes are not broken have them for Men Boys Ladies Misses and Children The correct shapes and stylish shades here Â¬ I ft I RV i For Men Boys Children BBBSBBBSgg aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn ua nn Newer Styles Larger Stock Lower Prices ITCft THINGS Ksi BF Fancv Shirts Novelties in Neckwear Leather Belts Silk Belts Tennis Coats Fancy Wash Tests Spring Overcoats Fancy Hosiery Silk Umbrellas i aa aa nnnnnnnnnn nnnnnnnnnnnn uaaaaaaaaa uucuaaauaaaa en nn aa aa nn nn aa aa Our great outlet for clothing nn en aa aa nn nn both here and at our Louisville au aa nn nn house makes us the largest aa aa nn nn aa aa clothing buyers in Kentucky nn nn aa aa and a blind man can see what nn nn aa aa nn nn advantage we have in buying aa aa nn nn We sell at about what small aa aa nn nn dealers pay Our large experiaa aa nn nn aa aa what to buy ence tells us nn nn aa aa You make no mistake in tradnn nn aa aa nn nn ing at an old established house aa aa nn nn who are alive and abreast of aa aa nn nn aa aa the times and demands Dont nn nn aa aa buy One Dollars worth of nn nn aa aa nn nn Â¬ Â¬ nBinnnnnnnn uuucaaaua nn au nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn On Cheap Counter vr V -- FOR Two WEEKS i We have about 100 prs Ladies9 Fine shoes the very best makes sizes 11 2 and 2 and 2 1 2 mostly narrow last sold for g i J t no ua nn aa nn Clothing until you see our magnificent stock Â¬ aa nn aa En A aa noBannniansinn aaaaaaoaaaua nn Kia nnnnonBann aaaaauaaaa ib A Paralyzer In Mens aaaaauuaa nn ua nn aa nn ua nnnnnnnna lO i8K SUITS nnnnnnnnnn uacacaaaaa nn nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn au nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn RICH aa MANS SUIT AT POOR MANS PRICES aa nn Our purchase in this lot was over 900 suits which were divided between us and our Louisville Â¬ Â¬ house It cleaned up a leading manufacturers line We aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn ua nn aa nn nn do not misstate the case when we tell you that not one suit in aa the entire lot was sold at wholesale for less than 8 Â¬ the lowest 10 price 12 and they range up 15 aa nn and as high as gi8 We make a uniform price on the entire line and give you choice for gio just to open the season b The sizes run from 33 to Fjnd your size and youll ever bought 44s get i au nn au the best suit for the money you MBfiOMNK TILOHING This has been a feature of our business since we began here 18 years ago Our work to day is better than at any time in our history Early orders have the best attention 1i y i 1 aa nnnnnnnnnn aaaaaaauau ua nnnannnann aa aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn IB nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn au nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn au nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn aa nn at 82 75 under Â¬ shirts cream and tan col sold for 75c o at 35c 65 doz fine 20 embroidered shirts perfect X nn goods Sold lor 8150 to 75 cents I I j 8225 go at 4 pi caaaauauau 1 - Crutcher jlecid Starks I NECKWMfi CENTS has geater buying power with us this season than ever WINDSORS SHIELD BOWS BAND BOWS TECKS and that other houses sell at 50 cents you can buy here for FOUR-IN-HAND- S it 1 - 25 A 7 4 25 Cents LMl i J iaa LuatiUteA