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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iri I K t The TOL XTI tv k feT w Framfobt Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL M SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100ln Advance NO 28 WT PLt FEANKFOKT KY SATUEDAY MARCH 18 1893 Latest U S Govt Report WESTERN UNION MANAGER Mias Fanny Taylor Succeeded Hor Highest of all in Leavening Power if f x X Baking Powder f Lamented Fathor and Retains Walter Goodwin and Ww Sm alley COMING Fhe Finest Line of y fc Sf Bi id - ABSOLUTELY PURE THE CITY COUNCIL I Important Matters Considered and Opera House and Work House Lessees Chosen At the meeting of the city council Tuesday night all the members were present excepting Mr Swigert and Mr James N Miles A petition from John W Gaines Sons for permission to erect a scale on Clinton street near the K M depot and a stable on the lot adjoin- Â¬ ing the colored city school was KC tl granted A petition from Mr hi t P- - r RX KSl fc- - r S Uio Ifai to ItfTMT V IV y Hen drick requesting the removal of the hydrant used for water carts at Wap ping and Washington streets was Cholerine in Pennsylvania referred to the water and street com- Â¬ We had an epe Swickloy Penn mittee demic of cholerine as our physicians A petition from G R Sneed for a called it in this place lately and I FOR A NEW ORGAN rebate on his taxes for 1892 was re- Â¬ MAIN BROADWAY made a great hit with Chamberlains ferred to the finance committee Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy A petition from J P Cowmy for The Young Ladies of the First I sold four dozen bottles of it in one Presbyterian Church to Give a week and have since sold nearly a permission to build a frame house on gross This remedy did the work and Musicale at Mrs J B Arlington Heights was returned for was a big advertisement for me Hondricks the proper signatures Several persons who had been trou- Â¬ The reports of the city judge treasPresbyterian Church bled with diarrhoea for two or three The urer clerk and marshal for January choir First select voices under the weeks were cured by a few doses of with its this medicine and February were received and P P Knapp Ph G direction of Mr Sam C Bull and acfiled 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by on Dr Sam E James President of the companied by Mr Louis Harris An immense line of fine medium and low priced Chamber J W Gayle druggist lm the violin Dr W H Averill on the in a communication Board of Health to the council callod attention to flute and Mr Marvin Averill on the Suits just opened for the Spring Trade in Mahogany Y M C A Convention the danger of cholera next season coronet is taking rank as the leading On May 10th to 14th the L and recommended that some action choir in the city With commendaN Walnut Cherry Birdseye Maple Birch and Oak ble pride the young ladies of the Railroad will sell tickets to Indianap- Â¬ be taken to clean the streets and olis Indiana alleys thoroughly and to cause to be church are now endeavoring to raise one third fare at one fare going and Sole Agents For returning Account by means of weekly entertainments removed from the city all hog pensf 13th International Y M O A Con- Â¬ slaughter houses and other places of of various kinds a sufficient sum of vention l H B Logsdon filth that would likely prove dele- money to purchase a splendid organ Agent to take the place of the ancient in- Â¬ terious to health The communicai Â¬ tion was referred to the health com- strument over which Miss Kate San Now Try Tills The admission to ders presides mittee these entertainments is fixed at the Phoenix It will cost you nothing and will sure- Â¬ On motion of Mr Ellwanger the IN ALL very small sum of 10 cents and at the ly do you good if you have a Cough salary of the janitor of the city hall any trouble with Throat Cold or AOODS and POPULAR FINISHES was increased from 1350 to 15 per musicale next Monday night at Mrs Chest or Lungs Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ B Hendricks on Wapping street covery for Consumption Coughs and J month President Milam suggested an in there should be a largo attendance Colds is guaranteed to give relief or WARRANTED ABSOLUTELY SAFE money will be paid back crease of the salary of the clock both to enjoy the programme whioh from La Grippe found it Sufferers just the city will render keeper from 60 to 60 per year and the best talent in the thing and under its use had a speedy Catalogues furnished on application and to encourage the spirit of im- Â¬ and perfect recovery Try a sample Correct prices We init was accordingly agreed to pro- Â¬ bottle at our expense and learn for vite inspection Mattresses and Pillows made to order The matter of selecting a work provement in the churches for ourself just how good a thing it is viding the choirs with the most suhouse keeper was then brought up perior voices and the finest quality of rial bottles free at Pinii Carpenter and the bids of Ben Morrison G W accompanying instruments obtaina- Drug Stor Large size 50c 100 3 Mitchell Walter T Stivers J D ble Beard and Wm Willis were read and She Committed Snio do Tho Tacky Hop discussed The question reducing itself to a Mrs V O Cone at Paris left this Prof Wayland Graham gave a Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies My husband Forgive m letter contest between Mr Morrison and Tacky hop to his dancing class at If UIIHOB you 11UUU1D but I HU11BT so Mr Willis the last named gentleman You do not know what theao lon his Music Hall Monday night The secured the place by a voto of 5 to 2 wakeful wretched nights are to mo costumes were appropriate to tho and Tarn so tired durliner the nain ni MANHOOD RESTORED The salary will be 05 per month e t vy i n i i v FOR UmlU01iK0 will never be the 8ANATIVO The bids for the Opera House for to take my own betterbut I have People present en- Wonderful Spanlah life been number of Kerned Is sold with a two years from next July were sick so long Good bye my husband tered into the enjoyment of the Written Guarantee to care all Hetyous DIs TWO SUBURBAN RESIDENCES opened and read as follows John B I love you your wife This is one of evening with considerable zest A eases each as Weak Memory Lom of Drain Dryden and Thos J Brislan 1375 the thousands that elves no instead cake walk was one of the features Powor Headache Miles Restorative Ner Wakefulness LootMan rriUE HUNT PROPERTY LATELY OCCUPIED per year John L Soott Jr and of uaingDr being speedily cured of and Mr John Graham and Miss Nellie L byCenl Hardin situated at the southern hood Nervousness Lai vine and of South Price Williams 1106 per year Man Â¬ their wretchedness Go to J W Hockensmith were awarded the Before After Use attudeof all drains and terminusabourShelby street land Frankfort con Â¬ power of the taining loss 25 acres of Gayle and get an elegant book and prizes Miss Agnes Crutoher received Generative Organs In Photographed from life ager Charles Scott of the Lexington The BLACKBURN PLACE adjoining the above either sex caused by situated t the southern Logan 6 youthful or tho excessive 1000 per year and trial bottle free m Opera House the vote of the class as the best overexertion opium orindiscretions which ultimately street containing two and 0terminus of Pos e half acres ase of tobacco stimulants session of both given immediately For terms Guy Barrett 900 per year The bid and Insanity dancer and Mr James Shaw the lead to Infirmity Couiumptlon tho vest pocket Tut up apply to The Columbian Club Disbands FRANK CUINN In convenient form to carrv in Price 5 of Dryden and Brislan was accepted prize for the most improvement dur Â¬ it a package or 6 for 5 With every or order we eive a Mar 2 8t written guarantee to curo The street railway privilege to money Sent by mall to any address rotund tho Circular free The Columbian Club of this oity is ing tho year m luuiii envelope Mention tins paper Auuress haul freight which had drawn to the no more It raised about 150 towards MADRID CHEMICAL CO Drench Office for U S A meeting a large number of citizens furnishing the Kentucky parlor at 353 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL SADDLE was then introduced by City Attorney tho Worlds Fair and at a meeting FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY UY Herndon who rend an ordinance Saturday ordered the money turned P H CARPENTER Dniflflist NO 156 which he had drafted and which had into the general fund of the Ken- Â¬ fcSlelts been adopted by the council in a com tucky Ladies Association and then August 18 lv National Sudulo Horse Register raittee of the whole The ordinance agreed to withdraw from the State provides many safeguards to prevent organization and disband the club BBSTIXQ1ULITT Sired by the Great ftoseoe OUBT IN QC15TITT Cures tho road from becoming a nuisance in this citv It seems that matters Throat Consumption CoughsonCroup Boro a Guarantee Sold by all Druggists byDeuuty No GOi N S II R lstdam or Chest or transferring tho privileges to have not been altogether harmonious For a Lame Side Back satisfactionShiloha Porous 2d dam by Magic 35 cents Plaster will give great steam railroads or allowing unjust in the State Association duo it is 3d dam by American Clay VJTALiXER SHUUOMSChattnnooyn Tonn says discrimination in the rates to be said to the polltioal aspirations of one S Hawkins Notk Foaled In 1688 dark bay with black T ohargod for the hauling It also has of the lady commissioners who has MrsSMohsVitallzerHAVED MY LIFE I points lWj hands high Flue mane and tall with lots of style and a horse of wonderful bone suu an indemnifying clauso for any injury been using the oflloo to advance her consWcrtftebcstremeIyororiehtfal8i8fcm Btunee and endurance Ills breeding traces to I ever used For DyspepsiaotsLivor or Kidney BREAM such great saddle horses as Roscoe Blue Jeans done to city property or streets and Interests and then tho liability of trouble it excels Frico 75 8 Rob Roy U2 Denmark F S and Conperbot requires tho company to construct tho various olubs in tho State for the tom F S HJLOHSCATARRH TEUMWill make the season at Belle Grove the entire olectric line for passenger debts incurred by the Lady Com Â¬ Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at REMEDY purposes as proposed in the original missioners in furnishing tho parlor Reraody It 15 FOR A LIVING COLT Havoyou FOR 20 YEARS grant tho work to begin on tho pas was said to be tho actuating oause of rollovo and Catarrh Try thla 60 eta this will Curo you Prloo in A cash premium of 25 will bo given for tho best is furnished Has loci all Worm Remedies 75 days after the dissolution of the local club senger circuit within lector for its suooosaf ul treatment by ua ou a sold colt by him foal of 91 tee stud card for full EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED tho passage of tho ordinance and to whioh thought it a good time now to free Shiloha Remedies aro pedigree Ac guanmteo to give satisfaction Fashion will be shown in Frankfort April be completed within nine months withdraw before it became involved For sale by W McKee Hardie SOLD EVERYWHERE Court Day Pnpurtdbr BIC1UHDSOSTAYLOR MO CO BTLOCIS For tho privilege of hauling freight for any suoh debt Mar 4 3m Jan 28 ly HALLS OLD STAND SOUTn TRIMBLE B J the ordinance stipulates that the company shall annually pay into the city treasury five per cent of its gross earnings Before any remarks were made on the ordinance Mr Mr John E Miles moved that it be referred back to the committee of the whole for further consideration at a meeting to be held next Tuesday night The motion was adopted Messrs Ohoate Graham Dunigan Nicol and other manufacturers presented a petition asking that in case the freight privilege be granted to the Street Railway Company they be required to run switches into the yards of and transfer freight for the petitioners on an equal basis lb with other city manufacturers was laid over for consideration at the next meeting which will take place next Tuesday night Tuesday morning Mlsa Fanny Taylor was made the recipient of a message from Mr J Compton Mann ger of the general division of the Western Union Telegraph Company tendering her the position of mana cror of tho nfllno in thin nlrv ro mm ceed her father who died last Satur- Â¬ day Miss Taylor who performed the duties of tho office for several months past during her fathers con- Â¬ finement to the house and for some time previous to that was his most efficient assistant is the most suita ble selection of a competent person to conducted the office that could be secured ner appointment was a source of much gratification to her many friends Messrs Walter Good win and Wra Smalley who have been the operators for some time past will be retained They are ex- Â¬ perts at the keyboard and most clever and accomodating young men whose faithful services to the company will insure them promotion in the future On Fishing Tackle Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose Garden Hose BUILDERS HARDWARE Ever brought to this y tt Market Call and see the Stock quality and low Prices M PGRAY Hardware Merchant Lexington Ky BROWERSCOTTPRAZEB Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Welch The Windsor The The Gunn FOLDING B EDS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE RENT M I I lVi yK Â¬ STALLION HfsHILOH Si South FASHION j I ta T S V IStilFOGE MITES - -- Â¬ - r CALL AT BUCKEL YS A ZLSTID SEE TIE SIB EUfcCTE STOCIKI CrF1 CHINA GLASS te QUEENS WARE STOVES IN THE CITY Religious AT THE WORLDS PAIR Real Estate Transfers Henry L Sanders and wife to August Mauer for S2000 a tract of 135 acres three miles from Frank fort on the Big Benson Florence Moore to Martha Moore for 300 a tract of 25 acres near Ben- Â¬ son 1 Methodist Church Rev E H How Franklin County Farmers are to Arrange for a County of Danville will Pierce D D preach to morrow at 11 oclock and Exhibit at 730 p m Dr J D Olardy of the Kentucky Sunday school at 930 a m Epworth League meets in Board of Managers of the Worlds The the evening at 700 in the class room Fair Appropriation whose duty it is to look after the agricultural and Presbyterian Ohurch horticultural exhibits has been in First Rev W O Young D D of Danville the city this week and arranged with County Judge Williams to take will occupy the pulpit morning at 11 oclock and at 730 charge of the exhibits that the far mers and others in this county may p m The weekly prayer meeting of the desire to send to the Worlds Fair Young Peoples Society of Christian There are but two weeks in which to Endeavor will be held in the lecture get up the exhibit but it is sufficient room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ if the farmers will immediately go td work and prepare and deliver their morrow evening samples at the court house in this Southern Presbyterian Church city in the keeping of Judge Rev W G Neville the pastor Williams The following are the will occupy his pulpit to morrow essential points of the letter of re- Â¬ morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m quest and instruction which Dr Olardy has sent to all the county Episcopal Church Rev E A judges Penick the rector will occupy I respectfully request that every once his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 count v mdtre in the btate tit or a arrange by the appointment oclock and in the evening at committee of one or more suitable 30 persons or in such other manner as may seem best lor cne recepwon ana Â¬ such Uathul10 Church The usual care of by theproducts as may be fur the respecfarmers of Bervices at the Church of the Good nished tive counties viz Tobacco 20 plants Â¬ Sbephera co mcfrrow will be con- on the stalk and sample stripped of ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the usual size Corn 20 ears of each variety only partially stripped of the the pastor Wheat oats rye barley High mass at 8 a m low mass shuck buckwheat one peck of each variety at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p in put up in small domestic bags se- Â¬ curely tied and tagged with name Clover Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ and locality of producer grass seed flax and all kinds of lor the pastor will conduct the vegetable seeds one half gallon and in usual services to morrow at 11 little bags marked with name and locality of nroducer oclock and at 730 p m All exhibits in the agricultural de- Â¬ The sermon at the morning service partment will be made by the Board will be addressed especially- - to busi of Managers but the individuality of ness men and every merchant and each producer will do preserved in business man in the city is invited to the installation by official tags giving name locality and any other matters attend of special interest connected with Sunday school at 930 a m in the each exhibit Suitable cases jars chapel etc will be provided and everything made to appear at its best The time is short Make no delay GhriiSTiaW Church Rev George Just as soon as the collection is ready Darsie the pastor will preach to- write and special instructions for morrow atf 11 oclock and at 730 p m packing and shipping will be given and funds sent to prepay freight Hypoorisy Morning subject night subject Ears to Hear All Along the Ltne The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its Dr weekly prayer meeting in the la hfuvnl prntue of Mrs Halos Honae I S Jacobs hold Ointment Lecture Room at 650 of iarmngton Maine writes that she suffered five years with varicose The Young Mens Prayer Meeting veins tnd two running sores on her will be held in the lecture room of leg and was completely cared by its 8 Fillery Salisbury the First Presbyterian Ohurch to- Â¬ use D We cannot live withoutVt it writes morrow afternoon at 230 oclock it relieves ray sister of asthma ai This is in accordance with the origi- Â¬ onco it cures a burn or a hurt of any instantly Under nal agreement that they would meet kind almost 18G2 R II Simpson date Le of May 30 a month consecutively in each Roy N Y writes I used Hales church and then go to another Ointment for rheumatism three church The subject for the meeting years rgoand have not been troubled It is the finest ointment in is the 10th chapter of John from the ninco 25c and the world for general use 22d verse to the end of the chapter 50c per box For sale by P H Car Â¬ DWARD CLAASSEN PEACTICiil P umber Gas Steam Fitter l f 1 A W Cromwell to Jane Phillips -- AND DEALER IN- for 185 a tract of 32 acres on Stoney Creek J W Foster and wife to Wm L Goins for 400 a tract of forty acres flPB AND PrTTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO on the Kentucky river JOB AND GONTRACT WORK ALL WORK 3as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets German Service Rev Paul Schenke German Lutheruan of Lexington will preach at the Southern Presbyterian Church Monday evening at 730 oclock The entire service will be conducted in the German language and all of our German citizens are invited to at tend Opposite State House t GUARANTEED FRANKFORT KENTUCKY WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Â¬ SAPOLIO Are Qiiiokly Married July2 ly XTezrb House Cleaning Try It la V A STooir Â¬ Backed up by a cash offer the statements that are mode hy the proprietors of Doctor Sages Catarrh Remedy They say that their medicine will cure perfectly and perman- Â¬ ently the worst case of Chronic Catarrh in the Head that not only Catarrh itself but all the troubles that como from it and every thing catarrhal in its nature aro cured by the mild soothing cleansing and healing properties of their remedy They cant say any more Probably every medicino for Catarrh claims as much But its one thing to promise a cure its a veryÂ¬ different thing to perform it The proprie tors of Dr Sages Remedy want to prove that they mean what they say So they make this offer If they cant cure your Catarrh no matter how bad your case or of how long standing theyll pay you 500 in cash Youre sure of the money or a cure Isnt such a medicine worth trying f Eeb 41y wk Poultry AND - L B MARSHALL GAINES B MARSHALL co Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage both city and country property for sale at all times A good line of OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A IN Moores Remedy GAPES Â¬ A Frame Cottage 7 A 85 BY 200 FINE FARM THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ISmarket Postlvely prevents and curesON THE CHOLERA More FEET R00M8 WITH OF CHOICE LAND 210 OF South Frankfort Is LOT for sale This OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED offered good Frankfort Is well located good repair property Is Apply to In L li MARSHALL A CO then pays for Its use In the extra produc tlonof and Arents SE CHAPMAN Get a trial box - A Good Investment TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wapplug street went of Mr 8 B Holmes residence This property will be offered as a whole at u bargain or It will be sold in lots of 40 In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brlclc residence atonement of i rooms a large stock born and all other necessary Improvements In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For farther In Â¬ formation apply to CO Attents L B MARSHALL if i WILLIAMS Frankfort Ky -- DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION For terms or 00 feet front to suit purchaser PERFUMES TOILET GOODS apply to Headquarters for CO Agents L B MARSHALL AND SUNDRIES FOR SALE jm m 3 April 9 U TABLERSDIIC Â¬ penter 4 WKFYFllLE Mniii Ml PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets South Frankfort consisting of one largo brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as It 1 unquestionably the best to be MURRAY Murket ON EXUM PROPERTY u desirable location If you street consisting of u brick residence of 6 haduIn the city would wish you to purchase one advise rooms and ubout two acres of land This prop Â¬ for home we erty Is well located and on account of the large of the lots while they are to be had CO L BMARSHALL lot will be a good Investment In addition to nink Agents lug a very desirable homex For terms apply to FOR SALE L B MARSHALL CO The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting assembles each Wednesday at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian Ohurch Every Sunday school teacher in the city is cordially invited to at- Â¬ Agents tend Rev ThoR N Arnold will preach at Pleasant Hill near Peaks Mill to morrow morning at 11 oclock Rev Paul Sohenko of Lexington will preach at the Southern Presby Â¬ terian Ohurch Monday evening at 730 oclock er and porhapa saved Heed the warning If you have a cough or any affection of the Throat or Lungs call at Chapman Williams and get a trial bottle free Largo bIzo 50c 15 Is daily ohronio in our papers also Hie death of some dear friend who lias died with Con sumption whereas if he or she had taken Ottos Cure lor Throat and Lung disease in time life would have been rendered happi Â¬ A Horrible Railroad Accident Farms For Sale CURES HOTEIEIJg BUT PILES CURE A SUIE known for IS years aotho EE3T rrtpirfd FOR RENT THE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS WITH r yimirKil MUM and CERTAIN wimti 1 PILES REMEDY FOR UKD hTIOCJS IlICIUKUBUSTAYLOll ti U ground known as the Orphans Home This property on Third street South Side with moderate Improvements property will be put In thorough repair us soom Apply to 220 acres of land of line quality with llrst closs as rented L B MARSHALL ic CO Agts Improvements on a The above three tracts of land are located live and a half miles from eood turnpike road Frankfort For terms apply to H acres of land three rooms 100 ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF 4 ft i LB MARSHALL CO Agents Farm For Sale 150 Plaid Silks For shirt waists in the latest color- Â¬ ings very stylish wo offer a largo Sam D Johnson Co 27 NOTICE THE APPLICATION of Counclluien Board I WILL Itsof first regular of the city AprilFrunk meeting fort at MAKE TO In 1893 FOR SALE OF FARM OF FORTY n good A SMALLland MILES from Frankforton Posses nil In grass located new ACRES GOOD Â¬ ACRE WITH OF Improvements located on n good turn pikq A FARM miles from Most oi una only two MODERATE land Is In Frankfort Wanted To purohase 10 acres variety near this city Apply at this office 1 for n permit to erect two frame cottages on iny roud THREE lot on Conway street In said cite sion given Immediately MARSHALL A W CROMWELL Mar I8 2t IB CO Agents dairy farm and would rulse good tobacco or make a good MARSHALL CO 3 ras c Timber Agenta J iM LuuEftjdutL rfi y iiw-------- Juitffci XMEKina 3 J 4 Hudson HWES um phries rJiGSSC3aAii3213Jffi EHEKKX3S fggscieaeaHBzaiwiiMiuwijKjHiiiii iiiiiiyjiEgiKMaBMPBiMBMEWWti 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 Â¬ 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 onlv require an exami- nation to convince vug of its superiority Our S pr i n g 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¬ M a 9 Of v 49 IMson KCTCBWBKBSagSfcl UUWJLlilMtlWrTII Putt BSK2fi3aESI Cessell i i Bison H uinpiiiss M33i casseii wmmmmmmmmmmsssek Wcf T SS R WRV ti Jx R rK t m W ii cines or sarsaparillas the Discov- Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort CAPITAL REMOVAL ery works equally well at all seasons Kentucky All the year all cases it Succeeds Mr is guaranteed round and inblbod medi- Â¬ The Question Again up and a ComMr John Rodman as no other Below will be found a list of advertised mittee to Consider the Induce- Â¬ Lewis D Craig as Clork in cine is If it ever fails to benefit or letters for the week ending March 18 ments Offered cure you have your money baok You the Office of Agricultural 1898 pay only for the good you get Commissioner Sanford Mrs isnt it safer to say that no other The ancient capital location agita- Alen Grant Sally tion that has cost the State ten times Aslinger Harrim Lerdin Solomon Mr Lewis D Craig who has been blood purifier can be ujust as good Adter Geo M If it were wouldnt it be sold so more money than would have built a Angraves Mrs the faithful and efficient clerk to the Mead Mrs Dora magnifloient State House has again Bennett Frank McDonald Gar- State Department of Agriculture Matrimonial lou A Bain Geo A years was on Wedup in the Legislature bobbed for the past five Brawner Mahely John Ed Showaiter Young Mr M D committee composed of Senators Bourbage Henry Miles Mrs Kate Mr John Rod- Â¬ nesday succeeded by John man son of Mr Joseph Rodman of Showalter of Shelby county a cousin Alexander and Roberts and Repre- Â¬ Bellmer Philip McGinley M McDaniel Mrs this city With the change of the ad- Â¬ of Mr W B Showalter of this city sentatives Frazee Spalding Carroll Bottoms Miss Susan ministration from Gov Buckner to and Miss Lizzie Young of this Hart Whitaker and Pettit went to Susie McCanslen W B county were married at Mt Zion Lexington Thursday on an invita- Â¬ Bransom Wm Gov Brown and the change of the Clark Mrs Dora Pears Mrs Dick Commissioner of that department Church Wednesday evening Rev H tion from the Chamber of Commerce Ohatman Arch Page Clarence from OolC Y Wilson to Ool Nicho- Â¬ M Polsgrove officiating of that cityto inquire into the induce- Â¬ Cofman Miss Bet Peak Mag tie las McDowell it was not expected Sheridan - Peyton Wednesday ments which Lexington proposes to Carpenter John Polsgrove San- Â¬ ford that Mr Craig would retain his place County Clerk Smith issued a mar Â¬ offer for the capital It is said that Olisdell P A Rogers Henry but as he was allowed to hold the riage license to Mr James Sheridan the claims of Louisville Danville Church R M Ray Henry office since September 1891 his friends and Miss Sarah Jane Peyton of Bald Lebanon and Bowling Green are also Dillingham Rothwieler Miss L O Thomas were hopeful that it was a favorable Knob to bo consider There is no occasion Russell Pat Reading - Baxter for his retention The apfor uneasiness in this city however Driscoll G Mrs indication Mr Coleman Julia Romans Sam pointment of Mr Rodman therefore N Reading and Miss Genette E Bax for aside from the previous vote on Dickerson Miss Smither Ben was a great surprise to the officials ter from the mouth of Elkhorn were this matter none of the cities men- Â¬ Cora Sullivan Dan Schuster Anna on the Square Though it is general- Â¬ married in County Clerk Smiths tioned can really show any advan Furguson Mrs Simins George tage over Frankfort as tho seat of Inez K Miss ly supposed that such an appoint office Tuesday Rev W G Neville Mrs Freeman Sanford Â¬ ex- Â¬ ment would come from the Commis- of the Southern Presbyterian Church government and none perhaps M D Jennie sioner it is Jn realty as in the case performed the ceremony cepting Lexington have any desire Faulkuer Samuel Stevenson Mrs Lucy of all departments the suggestion of Cannon Shaw The marriage of to secure it even if they could and J Gresham Chas R Smith Miss Moley the Governor who in this instance Mr Llewllyn Cannon to Miss Kittio oven in that city a majority of the peo- Gibson Lee Smyler Mrs while removing a trained and dili Shaw daughter of Mr Harry Shaw ple take no interest in and laugh at Garvin J Henry Thomas Mrs gent cleric nas superseded mm by a is announced for March 29 at the the proposition to offer a bid for it The Harris Henry Ellen R Webber Bonn most worthy and competent young Christian Ohuroh at the Louisville papers have already de Â¬ HaymanMiss Forks of Minnie Warfield Mrs man whose fitness to discharge the Elkhorn The contracting couple are clared for Frankfort by objecting to Hill W F Allen duties of the office cannot be ques- well known in this city and have a the waste of time and money con- Â¬ Jankonsy Bob Wortman Belle Yarbrough Miss Mr Craig retires with the large circle of frionds who will call sumed in further consideration of Jackson Irby tioned Lida esteem and good will of a largo circle down upon them the riohest blessings the subject and the press of the Johnson Miss Rose Mess Kentucky State to a large extent are beginning every part of the attending a happy marriage of warm friends in Lewis Edgar 0 Scale Co AH State and Mr Rodman who was form- Â¬ friends of the young couple are in to join in the chorus of disappoba Miller Lock Co tion erly the assistant freight agent of the vitod to be present When onlling for these letters day ad Â¬ vertised Kentucky Midland Railroad nnd a Put Money in Thy Purge Marshall Woodson Wednesday J M Saffkll most popular young man in this oity Mr Walter Marshall and Miss Mamie Postmaster How Save enters upon his official duty in the Woodson were united in Always marriage at keop on handdoctors bills that finest Quickly Cured Rheumatism a bottle of midst of numerous congratulations the residonco of Mr M P Williams of remedies Dr Halos Household Three days is a very short time in and best wishes The office pays in the prosont of a few intimate Cough Cure to alley the flwt irrita which to cure a bad case of rheuma Â¬ 1000 per annum tion cauaed by a cold Doat think tism but it can friends The groom is a nephew of you oan prop- Â¬ fix up something just as good er treatment isbe done if the adopted as will be County Judge Williams and an in- - when for 25e or 50c you can have seen by the following from James Boot and Branoh uusrious anu promising young man tho result of years of practice and Lambert of Now Brunswick 111 UI The poison in your blood however it Tho bride is a beautiful young lady experience expended in makiag this was badly afflicted with rheumatism preparation may have come or whatever shape it of charming manners She is a sale by P H absoratelytbe best For in tho hips and legs when I bought a OARPKNTrW may be taking is oleared away by 4 bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm Doctor PiorceB Golden Medical DIs daughter of Mr George Woodson It curod me in throe days I am all covory Its a remedy that rouses Miles Norvo and Livor Pills right to day and would insist on every organ into healthful action Births everyone who is afflicted with that purities and enriches the blood and Act on new principle regulating terrible diseaso to through it cleanses and invigoratos I Harvie Friday of last week to the livor astomaoh and bowels though Pain Balm and get use Chamberlains 50 well at once one wnoie system aait rneum Tot the nerves A new discovery Dr cent bottles for salo by J W Gaylo tho wife of Josh Harvie a son tor Eczema Erysipelas Boils Oar Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness druggist lm bunoles Enlarged Glands and the Karls Clover Root tho new Blood bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ worst Sorofulous Sores and Swellings Purifier gives freshness Â¬ tion Splendid for are perfcotly and permanently curod ness to the Complexion and clear children Smallest men women and All theFrench Ginghams on sale and ouros mildest surest new effects aro now by it Consumption 26c 60o and 100 50 doses for 25 conts Samples free at Sam D Johnson Co Unlike the ordinary spring medi For sale by W MoKee Hardio 22 45 27 J WGayles Frankfort Ky A SURPRISE Â¬ It was Immense The presentation of the Prodigal Father at the Opera House on ThursÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ day evening was one of the very best performances given here in many a day and the large audience which witnessed it enjoyed every moment of the time and saw the curtain fall on the last act with regret Mr Den bam is a finished artist and there was not a poor actor in the company which supported him If Manager Gaines would only give us more such mirth making entertainments the leanest man in the city could laugh and grow fat The greatest of liniment Mrs E Traidelphia Md writes I use Salvation Oil for sore throat rheumatism etc and find it is one of the best liniments out M Devibiss Indicestlon and Stomach disorders take IIUOWNS IRON UITTI3HS All dealers keep It SI per bottle Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper - Â¬ FOR DYSPKPSIA Â¬ Â¬ Reduced Fare to Columbus On April 3d to 15th the L N Railroad will sell tickets to Colum- Â¬ bus Ohio at one fare going and one third fare returning Account of the Annual Convention of the United Mine Workers of America H B Logsdon Â¬ Agent Â¬ KABtis Kawy wn vuRFes fcJF VJl iB TWar vl nnret i f M CTISJ uai gracrarajga run ft UASL IT WILL NOT CURE Anntrroonblo Laxative and NERVE TONIC Sold by DrujjRlsts or sent by mail 25c 60o nnd 810Oper package Samples free For sale by W McKee Hardie Jan28 ly UALLd OLD STAND The KG NO for thoFavoriteand Breath 36c Teeth TOOTH TOWBfiB NOTICE Cominny will be held at Peaks Mill Kentucky on March 27 1893 at 2 oclock for tho purpose of electing odlcers for the ensuing year this March 15 1833 Uy order of ZACKOUURGU Prcs LEWOnURCHBeoyuna Tres Mar IMt t milK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK l holders or the Peaks Mill Turnpike Road t ly fv ifpil - h j rtfiShiMfrfih LKtiV jki UiAkJvrJ- AdAftjlrAf jKJiifrWj MBBBBBBBBBBWPMBHHHMMPr I V M ZMLastiii T i Dealers in Vhicles 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 Brotners V SIX- S- 9 fWe are agents for and keep a large stock of Studebaker and Old Hick- - ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made We haveabout 2 00 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clor ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices Examine our Stock Before Purchasing FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT tho telegraphic service in the country Entered rt the jiost oflteo at Frankfort Kentucky as second olass mallard i mutter Tiwirfcv nn In this laudable effort he had the nnarnHnn rT TVTnwnirni T fl I GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 18 1893 THE LAST MESSAGE Heath of Col Charles E Taylor the Veteran Telegrapher of This City on Satur- Â¬ day Morning ir Col if - tu kJmfocti tf i The announcement of the death of Charles E Taylor the Manager of the Western Union Telegraph office in this city whilst occasioning no surprise was nevertheless a cause of general sorrow among his numerous friends He had been in declining health for several years and for live months was in such a feeble state as to oblige him to remain in confine- Â¬ ment at home The best medical at- Â¬ tention and careful nursing by his devoted family could assuage the pain but not stay the dread summons which came at 030 oclock Saturday morning The funeral services were conduct- Â¬ ed by Rev George Darsie on Monday afternoon at the family residence on Broadway and the remains escorted to ho cemetery by a long line of carriages containing among others many friends from various points in the State The pall bearers were Messrs H L Cambridge of Owensboro Mana ger Charles Smith of the Louisville office Manager J R Terhuue of the Lexinging office and George Reasor J Alex Grant and J W Pruett of this city Col Taylor was born in this city on July 1st 1833 and as a boy of sixteen years entered upon the profession of a telegrapher to which ho devoted his whole after life He acquired the knowledge of the business under his brother Robert Taylor deceased on the first line constructed between Washington and Louisville and in an office next door to where the present office is keeping It was in this city while he was associated with Jas F Leonard that tho first practical sound reading of the Morse alpha- Â¬ bet was demonstrated by Mr Leon ard to whose honor as the original discoverer of the system which revo- Â¬ lutionized tho art of telegraphy Col Taylor devoted a number of the closing years of his life During the civil war Col Taylor served in tho Confederate Army corps of tele Â¬ Natures Surest Ally graphers under Gen Polk attaining the rank of captain and furnishing If nature did not struggle against disease Indeed most efficient uid in the movements even In weakly co istltutlons swift Its fatal would be tho course of malady to of the division in Tennessee and termination While nature thus struggles Mississippi to which he waB attached let us lest worse befull us aid her efforts with Experience must Later he held prominent positions in judicious medical help Buffalo N Y New York City Cin- Â¬ be our guide In battles with disease and thut onr lamp Hostetters cinnati Louisville and Memphis and Stomach to Hitters feet aIndicates tried and as ufe little more than twenty years ago thorough ally of nature If the blood be Inreturned to this city and became the fected with bile if the bowels und stomach manager of tliiH office which he after are inactive If the kidneys full to expel Im they uto tho natural outlet purities wards retained Ho had a warm per a course of whichHitters Is the hurest rIlanco of of the sonal friendship for many of tho tho sufferer one moreover thut Is sanctioned magnates of the telegraph company by professional Indorsement und use for centaury nearly half No American or in eastern cities whom ho knew as foreign remedya Ins earned greater distinction as a remedy for and preventive of ouronto operators in the earlier days of his Ihcr complaint malaria onstlpatlon kidney life and it was tho thought of these and rheumatic trouble und debility old friends who were gradually pass Â¬ Fou Sale on Rent My dwelling ing away that prompted him in 1880 house on Ann street Â¬ to institute the Old Time Tele J T Buckley graphers Association an organiza- Â¬ tf tion whieh has sinco prospered and Wanted To purchaso 0 acres taken the leading rank among tho near this oity Apply at this office i 20 lm honored and benevolent societies of Â¬ -- Mattoon of Baltimore and Hon J D Reed of New York now United States Consul in Scotland The first meeting in Cincinnati was a groat success and the representatives from tho various cities in tho country at onco announced their intention of making Col Taylor the first Presi Â¬ dent of the association This honor he declined however stating his cup of joy was full in realizing He the success of the association was made Vice President though despite his protests and at the meet- Â¬ ing in Chicago in 1888 became One of the first the President movements in the association that Col Taylor advocated was to bring the remains of his old comrade James P Leonard from Columbus Mississippi where he had died in the telegraphic soivlce during the yellow fever scourge and inter them in the cemetery of this city and mark tho spot by a monument which would stand as the enduring record of the dead mans illustrious achievement of which neither time nor envy could successfully rob him The ceremony of unveiling thiB monument took place in 1889 in the presence of a large concourse of citizens who had gathered at tho cemetery to honor the memory of the deceased and hear the splendid oration delivered on the occasion by Gov Knott The day that witnessed tho fulfillment of this sacred duty which seemed the great mission of- his latter years was as Col Taylor afterwards frequently remarked one of tho happiest in his life Like all men at times the de- Â¬ ceased was subject to moods which occasioned him some adverse criti- Â¬ cism from the patrons of the office who were disposed to require more servico from him than the company exacted but these moods were quick- Â¬ ly dispelled when explanations and a desire to make ample amends would follow that usually resulted in strengthened and unbroken friend ship and esteem Benevolent in his nature and cherishing the most kind and grateful recollections of his friends living and dead he displayed such traits of character as mark the deepest sensibilities of an upright man His wife whose maiden name was Miss Augusta Davie and whom he married in Louisville in 1855 one daughter Miss Fanny and one son Mr Charles E Taylor Jr of Cincin Â¬ nati survive to mourn his death Otl F1eforuar3r 1893 we received a SFresli Xjot of It Passes the Senate by a Vote of Nays One Yeas Twenty and GARDEN SEEDS Tho charter for tho third cliss LAHDRETffS cities in which Frankfort included was passed by tho Senate Tuesday by In ZBialls ancL 2aper- a vote of twenty yeas to one nay THE THIRD CLASS CHARTER -- ih strike out the provision making the mayor ex officio president of the If tho council but it was defeated in this way charter passes the House the office of the president of the An council will stand abolished amendment was adopted to the effect that the Sinking Fund Com- Â¬ missioners shall be composed of the mayor and two citizens not holding Senator Board of any city office Scott county did not approve of the bill and cast the one negative vote The bill has an emermentioned gency clause to it and as the General Assembly now seems disposed to get down to work in real earnest and adjourn sometime in May it is prob- Â¬ able this charter will be in effect before the expiration of many more Â¬ This city desired an amendment to We are Selling Nothing but New Stock Mo Old Stock on Hand mm Jan 21 DRUGS AND CHEMICALS w ilcEE ly Physicians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L Gayle HARDIE CO Building HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed From the Baize ON MAIN STEET weeks TO Mothers Recommendation 101 AND 102 ANN STRBBT the We are acquainted with many Capital Hotel Easement nf mothers in Centerville who would not bo without Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the house for a good many BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a times its cost and are recommending short time it every day From personal experi ence we can say it has broken up bad MANAGER In each city XKT A NTT colds for our children Centerville Â¬ W X1X L JCjU town and country place to CHINN 50 cent botW sliow samples of Shoes Clothing Dress Goods South Dakota Citizen LJ WatchJewelry Silverware mid havo price tles for sale by J W Gayle druggist lists distributed Man or Lady can make 500 lm to 1000 per day Send stamp for quick answer Â¬ J JR - to Sold His Residence Mr Z J Montgomery sold on Mon- Â¬ day his residence on Shelby street at present oqcupied by Mr Ed O Leigh to Mr James Heenoy the South Side grocer for thirty eight hundred dolMr Heeney lars equal to cash bought the place as an investment only and does not expect to occupy Â¬ Jan21 3m BIGGS CO Louisville Ky I I 1 Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Of Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and onlctceBt between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT i i Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Sorgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ it Specimen Cases Rheumatism his Stomaqh was disor- Â¬ dered his Liver was affected to an tlarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Three bottleB of Elec Â¬ tric Bitters cured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg SOLID VESTIDULKD TRAINS HI had a running sore on his leg of eight years standing Used throe How a to bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve and TIME 24 HOURS John his leg is sound and well Speaker Catawba O had five largo THE SHORTBST AND QUICKEST Fever sores on his leg doctors said Fl to Jacksonville he was incurable One bottle Elec- Â¬ Georgetown tric Bitters and one box Bucklens TIME 27 HOURS Arnica Salve cured him entirely Side drug store Sold by tho South Solid Vestibulecl Trains to St Auqustine 3 P H Carpentbb S H Clifford New Cassel was troubled with Neuralgia itaysville Cynthiana mouth and Corisgtoi Wis and ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND TRAINS RlltJ 8Y CEHTHR STADRD TIME 1- lite Lv Lv Lv Lv TIME TABLE DEC I H J MM A y x I p K TRAINS E Humrulc A5 T A No No 3 Jiof 1245 1255 Frankfort C00 lilJG Elkliorn Swltzer ijVMiininniK urouna Lv Duvail 0 11 rtlH t 410 410 4J 480 GS9 Lv Jounion Lv Georgetown Lv C 6 Dopot I v Newtown Lv ContrevUle Lv Elizabeth At larlfi 4 45 4 G2 G41 B ff2 7117 459 6 0B CfG 7IW 515 Ba7 G50 M A Kings Royal Gommtour Solid Veitibuled Trains Between Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pre eminently tho raorllcino of tho CINCINNATI century Its pnenominnl succcms as CHATTANOOGA a seller and favorite with tho people RMINGHAM Ib tto acknowledged wojtder of the MERIDIAN medicine world Boned upon the Qerm theory of Diseason it Ih unique NEW ORLEANS modern And at oaoo popular com Â¬ manding itself aa a nccemry house Â¬ -S- LEEPING CAIt THROUGH FRO- Mhold rornedy It advortirion best by Bpoeiflc for all Catarrhal its ubo dlsoaHea a Norve Tonic and Blood Purifier It is without doubt the Knoxville and Ashevillo N G most roliablo germ daafroyor in ox istxnee and to the extent that tho Direct connections at New OneaiiH and Shreve rjerm theory io correct Kingfl Royal Texiis Mexico and California Germeteur io the remedy It is no port for Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Ratlwhi Leave aocidont but ia tho result of fifteen vlu Georgetown 5 it 5 um iirrlveClticlunntl 102f years study of modioal genius For j r in Quicker than any other line AlltrulnsurrlveundJepart from Central Unit n 10 sale by unapmrm Williams Depot Cincinnati 0 I 718 723 1 685 540 M 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 805 a 20 M 880 815 P A Ml TRAINS WK3T Lv Paris A No 2 C No 4 C42 C41 No8Nol2 545 527 CM 705 715 785 765 810 820 44ff Ar Centerville Ar Newtown r Elizabeth O 820 888 8 47 9 8S3 6821 fiI4 704 710 717 7 2tt 4M Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Georgetown Duvail 8 Depot CI1TCI2T1T ATI Johnson B Stamping Ground Ar mvltzer Ar Etkhorn Ar Summit Ar A C 1035 1042 1048 10 5B 4ir 730 Frankfort A 1110 1110 1122 1130 N 7 44 760 750 a00 880 B connects with connects with L ft connents with o 0 and L S K C wKmffiwtmufrmkmuiii AMxk fiftftfulWmm mimss and If all worn out talte IRON BITTERS you feel KorRattcMnpsrtc address C II weak WOODWELL D DMILLER T A Louisville Ky TrafMuc Cincinnati D H fcDWARDH 9VJA The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections fonn the shortest and cbenptst route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents E B WEITZBL C D BEHOAW City Ticket Agent Gtn Pass Agt GEO B HARPER Jen Buut I 5 I WSIira2ra33SJtfKJaK8 vt wn Wi Direct Vehicles Wagons Buggies From the Manufacturers i If Also Harness Saddles Carts Sulkies etc Boots and Covers 12 50 and up Carts All rther vehicles in propor- Â¬ tion and in great variety Saddles 3 00 and up YOUR Horse Surreys Phaetons Buckboards 50 115 100 35 00 00 00 00 and and and and up up Harness per set Bridles Boots 5 00 and up up up at 75 and up wholesale prices Horse Blankets and Lap Rugs in gacat numbers and at lower prices than ever named on them before PLOWS PLOW POINTS and PLOW GEAR Oliver Chilled Plows Mt- - 8 and all other styles of Avery goods also Steel Plows of all kinds No 20 7 50 Granite Chilled Syracuse and Hillside Plows 800 Disc and Plain Harrows Clover Seeders Corn Planters Cultivators and Farm Machinery of all kinds Dealers Prices Come to us and see what you save Get the SPECIAL OLIVER CHILLED PLOW POINTS 35 CENTS EACH The Kentucky Buggy and F actory Head of Broadway Salesroom Commissioners Sales Harness Works Opposite Court House msEEmjuiLiiAmzi FRAMFORT ROUNDABOUT dav nicht was attended by a large crowd and was prolonged to the wee hourn ot morning FRANKFORT MARCH 18 1893 Ruben Moore and family of Scott county are visiting in this communi- Â¬ ty N TIME TABLE L Mios Dovie Edington visited friends The following im table iH now iii at DeFoe last week effect upon the L fc N ronil MaBter Willie Gordon of Lebanon TBAIMB NOBTH Ridge is visiting his grandmother 5fi0 a m Mrs M Jonesl in this community No231envesPrankfort A nfc 135 n rn No 17 loaves Frcakfort Mr Willie Adler of Harpers Ferry 800 p in is a frequent visitor in this commu- Â¬ No 21 leaves Frankfort 73fi pm nity Guess there will be a wedding No lDlonveB Frankfort TRAtNHEAST W 111 h lij r x ix ir r KX tfHT W J t ii t fe Pr i Sheds to boast of a blacksmith shop in the near future conducted by Thos Hopper who is a good smith Call The Methodist Revival and test his work Mrs Nancy Bright is very ill Mrs Methodist The meeting at the morning George Bright who has been very ill Church that began Sunday with pneumonia is better at this March 5th closed last Sunday night time the 12th There were fifty additions J E Moore of Croppers vicinity to the membership of the church was in our community last week Forty one persons were formally re- Â¬ John O Deakins and son of Crop- Â¬ ceived into the church Sunday morn- Â¬ pers visited this community last ing by the pastor It was a solemn week and beautiful sight to see such a large Miss Estella Cook of Bagdad vis- Â¬ number of candidates come out on ited relatives in this vicinity last week the side of the Master united Sunday night They Miss Mattie Graves who has been Nine will be baptized and received into full on an extended visit to Carlisle has connection to morrow morning after returned home Quite a number of youngsters of the sermon by Dr Pearce of Danthis community attended the party ville at Roland Roberts near Honey- Â¬ The preaching of Dr Boiling gave suckle last week universal satisfaction All were pleas Henry Thomas Johnsons son met ed with hie brotherly spirit and with the misfortune of having two of charmed with the power of his elo his fingers severed from his left hand quence The congregations were last week veryjarge filling the ohurch and on Hurrah for Grover and his Cabinet all but the Judge We wouldnt the Sabbath many were turned away for The following is a list of all who wish any coon in ours Hurrah col- Â¬ cl and joined Mr Lynn Nevins and wife the Roundabout Close its newsy umns Observer Lpuise Nichols Annie Choate Emma Payne Mrs Julia Thompson Mrs Hows Thia J W Marksbury Mr Hardin Oultor Airs Sarah Green Mr B P Morrison We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Misses Mattle Morrison SuBie Hern ward for any case of Catarrh that don Lula Williams Florence Payne can not be cured by taking Halls Emma Glore MaryJDavis Mr Chas Catarrh Cure F J GiiKNKYGojProps Toledo O Zoller and wife Mr Olifton Mattox We the undersigned have known and wife Mr Gus Thomas MIsbos F J Cheney for the last 15 years and Annie Triplett Janie Bohannan Mrs believe htm perfectly honorable in transactions and finan Â¬ Annie Belle Lee Mrs Read Misses all businessto carry out any obliga Â¬ cially able Mattie McGill Rosa Satterwhite tions made by the firm Mamie McGill Mary Miller Mr West Truax Wholesalo Druggists Toledo Ohio Earl Rogers Mrs Martha Miller Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ Messrs Minus Wil Â¬ Harriet Clark sale Druggists Toledo Ohio liams Buford Williams Minus Rake Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ Phelps Jas nally acting diroctly upon the blood Willie Brawner Hanson the Graves Murray Brawner Mrs Lizzie and mucous surfaces of Sold system by all Prioe 75c per bottle Stevenson Misses Ethel Hutchenson druggists Rosa Netherton Mr 0 F Miller Miss Lizzie Ponce Mr S T Pence Dr Halos Household Ointmont Mr Wm Grifile Mr Albert O Cap linger Mr Wm 0 Bean Mr W T Is the finost remedy in the world ft absolutely cures catarrh It cures Theobald Mrs Clara B Allen Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism POes like magic Cures Salt Rheum Any Person In the most southing manner Cures Infbftned and Granulated Eyelids That ib troubled witk constipation Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo can get immediate and permanent taken internally A positive specific relief by using Dr Halos Household tor Pneumonia Cuts Bruiseti Burns Tea One dose a day at bed time Chilblains Soros of long standing 25 and 50c packages at P H Carpkn Corns and Bunions are cured quickly 4 different from all elao superior to all thrs drug stew toe It hjM bo equal 35 and 50c boxes Large sis cheapest Sold at Oarfen Zilpah Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ soon i Mrs Sams who was ill with para Brnmmellfor 450 No 440 p m lysis is better No 20 leaves Frankfort The house and lot of the late Dr 540 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort S F Smith on St Clair street to Mrs J T Moore is on the sick list 65 p m No Ii loaves Frankfort W C Moore and wife- and Miss James A Violett for 5555 Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage So 28 and 21 connect Lulie Moore visited Shelbyville Mon- Â¬ Three tracts of land near Peaks for Cincinnati at Anohorage for Bloom field Brnuph day last Mill belonging to the estate of tho W W Alexander Guess Scrabble is on a boom again late William Ohurch The first tract Apent 18 Tho following should have appeared PHKIMKKJ BVTHK in our last issue but was overlooked OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the KentuckyVeterinaryMerliciae Commissioner W H Posey made on county court the following sties KY MT SI EHLIN day March 6th IN LEXINGTON KY Ten shares of preferred stock in Kentucky Midland Railway the Saturday March 18 1893 Ksssm Co for Saturday April 8 1893 property of P S Rule 3050 per share to Messrs Crutchor Saturday April 29 1893 Sattrday May 20 1893 Starks Forty acres of land belonging to HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca the estate of James Wiley to J D operation uii d wltti little or no pain DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies Co fhoejsth hotel leaven Frankfort 1020 a m Â¬ - is at 259 containing 789 20 acres to W E West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may Church for 40 per acre The second be found everj day of each week except SATURPamphlets describing these DAYS tract containing 100 acres to Milton and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KELLEY M D Arnold for 2275 per acre and the by audresslng 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 third tract containing 61 acres to CONSULTATION FREE David Church for 20 per acre One hundred and five acres of land belonging to Abe Dobson in the Bald Knob precinpt to Harry Wright for 2100 Twelve acres of land near Bald are a formidable trio yet the veak Knob school house belonging to person frequently has to meet all of G Gordon to Joseph Snook Sallie teem at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our CoMrorxn for 12 per aore Oxyokn and ours onlv The count REEHKENCKS W McKee Hnrdlc Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Stuten Frankfort Ky V Iiorberlch Frankfort Ky Hev L P Hulett Benson Ky A II McClure Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jus 21 WIthrowFrankfoit Ky DIt KELLEYS office and residence jobs iiituinoiitu i HI Urtll Olnt Jiieii oititiutit hje Lotions tun Wart Piijc Dim skiu Jntiou LinimentHomed Woiin rutuirc MiimuatliiK Lter Iiiu Tonic Ltciinc ceouthe Wound Dressing tjoiic fluelivut ANTiUa Ivnj t ii iu n wn tt il ii ii ittl i i luixi spavins Acin- Cough Alterative Mixture Tonic and Condition Powders Fluid Mineral rS W McKee Hat die DRUGGIST 20G ST CLAM STREET OLD STAND HALLS Work Worry Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Feb 15 fiui and Disease gllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Â¬ Grave Mistakes Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ Disease takes in treatment of Heart daily in- Â¬ The rate of sudden deaths Is victlmB creasing Hundreds become in of tho ignorance of physicians Onethe Dec 24 ly in of this disease treatment Shortness four has a diseased heart fluttering of breath palpitation and irregular pulse choking sensation Â¬ BLUE asthmatic breathing pain or tender ness in side shoulder or arm weak hungry spells are symptoms of Cure New Heart Disease Dr Miles remedy Tbotw- 1893 is tho onlVTeliable ands testify to its wonderful cures Books free Sold by less demonstrations of 23 years warrant this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation be Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious What about your Abook of explanation and proor need Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 10J Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Â¬ I SEWING WARRANTED ROYAL I MACHINE 3iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiimiiiiiiiiiiiiifQ 5 YEARS B0S5JUES SPRING 1893 TJNNNNNNWMNEMBHMNrrVMr BMNNNNNNNMr InMnnnnHx KLI nrnnnnnnnnnnnl J W Gayle 6 Â¬ fc2S Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasunt and refreshing to the taste and nets gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys TREESlSMVLL grape vines asparagus and every Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn nd garden Prlres low We sell direct and have no agents cata Â¬ logues on application to IjmuiT AND ORNAMENTAL Jfln f H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mir Miiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiii ll Sm WM CROMWEL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- V REAL BSTATB AG1SK i TfLL PRACTICB IN TOE COTOTIi o Vrankltn and tha ajHofntna miuiMm e will alio giro pclal attention to tha nurcru- And Ato of real eitate collection of uu cleu uid the lAgotlMlno of loans i Has a large High Arm Has 8ollset tine Needle Haa a Self threading Shuttle HaaNbEqualinCoiistnicUoBi Ha a Mechanical Appearance lias an Elegant Finish Has a Perfect Adjustment Has a Positive Take up Has Stylish Furniture TTa IfnvA Slsw1 Cnlnw AhIUImamJI does a larger Range of General Work 3 than any Sewing Machine In the World g Examine THE ROYAL for points ef excellence ana you win S buy no other g i I i I r I ROYAL Utii S M CO Rookford IIL BIllllilllllllllllltllilllllllilllllllltlllllllllllllllllllinilllllMaf ion- - it 0Jil -9 H G MATTEM T23E- - Chesapeake N2W YORK k Ohio By WAIBIXt Â¬ Pf SO p vwti drug stere The 8 tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt iu its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commehd it to all and hove made it tho most Â¬ Â¬ PHILADELPHIA 11 HMher KY T0Nt S03 Ohnd all Eastern Gttios Shortest MttlNCroN Time card In Line between LOUISVILLE mil EASTKKN 1KJ2 334 MAIN STREET POINTS ellect Nov 1st t FRANKFORT Charles Perkins three children and Paschal Brights child who have been on the sick list are better at this time Thomas Haggards child is very ill with no hope of rocovory Wilson Moore who has been very siok for three weeks with bronchitis and la grippe is able to bo out Mrs Riutha Cooks two daughters are very siok at this time The hop at Edmund Hoppers Frl- - Cnta Braises Seres Ulcers Salt Rheum Fover Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions aad positively ouros Piles or no pay required It in guar Â¬ anteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Prioe 25 cents per box For sale by Phil Oabpuntbb Buoklons Armioa Salvo best salve ia tho world for popular remedy known NOTICE Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c WEST DOUND 1 bottles by all leading drug and Arr Lexington who gists Any reliable druggist LoxliiKtoii tewm Np 27 dully ex Sun7 55 a m FHANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Nn 21 dilly Loulsvllln lixnress 1240 p m may not have it on hand will pro Wm Cuuitcns AnVii Pliilntlft Lexington Aicom No 25 dally fxSim4 15 p m vs 010 pm Vetlbulci KxiriH No iM dally euro it promptly for any ono who Wm CiitmciisllKius ic Do not accept any All persons limine claims against Win Church wfehes to try it Kolld Vcstliiulftl Tralnn with Dining Cars Through Sleepers fiom Lexington to New York defused or his estate are hereby notltled to ir without chmuw substitute ent their claims to me proven as required by No Huh transfers law or prove them before me on or before tlio CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO II W ODRYAH ls93 Â¬ Lvu Lexington Atlanta Kxpress No 2i dally 710 am No i dally ex iiin Mliilmd Aceoiii 110 a m G 10 pm Veittlbnhvl Ixiiresit No 21 dully Mttiterllui Aevoiu No itt dully or Sun 525 1 m KAST BOUND J Sly SAN FflANOISCO 0AL LOUISVILlC KY HEW YORK 2tudUT of Match Feb lEHit NY W II TOSKY Commission F 0 C lenl Wuhhlitgton mlKK Puss Agt AKVt D 0 Ocnl Pass Cincinnati Agt 1 I 3 1 ITT JCLi Xj Xj ooo Bolt AT A I m 1ST G55 - V T cents c nmtm llllllll We will close out as follows gallon Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints o4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list 6U 7 and 83 We make the following cash Prices ox iir - Steele Nails per Keg 185 base Wire Nails per Keg Si 90 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Distons Hand Saw 110 Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 65 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 27 lz cents per box Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at S145 Williams Paint at Si 45 per Sherwin Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 Grate Baskets 4 cts per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Sfeel 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 Oats Field and Garden Seed And a full line of - i 2 G6NERKL HHRDMHRE GREATLY REDUCED PRICE n Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr Lucien Mnstin was in Midway 0 m iW m a trk o Esw c3ctm 15 TbA W 9 Opposite the Farmers Bank Sunday Mr B T Orutcher spent Sunday in Mt Sterling Mrs M J Lewis is visiting relatives at Woodlake Mr J B Lewis was in Versailles Saturday and Sunday Mr M T Lyle of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Mrs Thos B Newman is visiting t her mother in Louisville Mr Lucien Mastin spent Sunday with friendB near Midway Miss Margaret Brent is visiting her sister Mrs Hinton in Paris Mr Z J Montgomery of Eddy ville was here the iirst of the week Hon R P Jacobs of Danville was here Monday on legal business Mr Arthur Armstrong was in Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday on a business trip Ex Governor J Proctor Knott left Sunday afternoon for Washington Mrs Ed Claasseii went to Cincin- Â¬ nati Monday to visit her relatives Miss Bertha Decker of Elmira N Y is visiting Mrs Howard Black Mr Thos B Newman is home from a short visit this week to Lexington Rev H M Polsgrove and wife of Xexinglon spent Sunday in this city Mr August Wolf after a visit here returned home to Cincinnati Thurs day Mrs Al Martin of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs James W Â¬ Tate Miss Mamie Kiernan returned this week from a visit to her sister in Lex- Â¬ ington Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louisville is visiting her mother and sister in this city Dr Waller Dade Prison Physician is home from a visit to his father in Henderson Rev George Darsio leaves a week from Monday to hold a meeting at Mt Sterling Mrs U Keenon and daughter Miss Elizabeth visited friends in Louisville Monday Miss Janie Dehonoy was here Sun- Â¬ day from school at Anchorage visit- Â¬ ing her parents Mrs Egbert Stephens returned Saturday from a visit to her parents in Aberdeen Ohio Mr Hal Johnson of Louisville was here Sunday visiting his parents Ool nnd Mrs E Polk Johnson Mr Albert McOlure is home from Centre College taking a rest of two or three weeks for the benefit of his eyes Miss Ohurchie Wigginton of Spar- Â¬ ta was the guest of her aunt Mrs J J Peterson on the South Side this week Mr John Selbertand his sister Miss Carrie went to Evansville Indiana Monday to make a weeks visit to Â¬ He has improved state of health gained fifteen pounds in weight Mrs Thos B Rodman went to Mt Sterling Saturday to visit her moth- er who is very ill Miss Anna Will Stafford of Peaks Mill is visiting her aunt Mrs Ann Morris on Second street Mrs Homer Stuckey of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs S P Browder on Shelby street Master Schuyler Mayhall has re- Â¬ turned from a short visit to relatives in Jefiersonville Indiana Misses Florence and Louise Kerr Fannie Morris of Shelbyville are visiting the Misses Morris Mrs Mallory after a visit to her mother Mrs C McAuliffe returned homo to Louisville Tuesday The MisBes Milward after a visit to Miss Margaret Lewis returned home to Lexington Wednesday Mrs M Tweedy of Lexington was in the city Sunday visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 McAuliffe Mrs A D Troutman of Eminence spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this city the guest of Mrs J C Mor- Â¬ ton Mrs Jamejs A Murray and children and her mother Mrs DoLime re Â¬ turned this week from a trip to New Orleans Dr John P Stuart returned home from Louisville Tuesday bringing with him his diploma as a graduate in medicine Mrs J Ferguson of Paducah and Mrs Enma V Smith of Cairo 111 are the guests of Hon McD Fergu- Â¬ son and wife Col Nicholas McDowell wife and daughter have returned from a visit to Danville and are stopping at the Capital Hotel Miss Adelia Farris of Silver Creek Madison county after a visit to the Misses Nelson on the South Side returned home Thursday Mrs Mary Edwards and daughter Miss Maggie of Versailles spent last Saturday and Sunday with the family bf Rev H G Henderson Mrs Cornelia Bush and little grandson of Louisville returned home Monday afternoon from a visit to her daughter Mrs G F Berry Mrs John Young Brown and daugh Â¬ ters went to Henderson Thursday to attond the funeral of Mrs Browns half sister Mrs McOlain who died Tuesday in Denver Colorado Miss Inery Trout of Tennessee after a visit to her cousin Miss Ora Leigh took her departure for home Monday accompanied by Miss Leigh who returned to the city from Louis Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Sallie Holt returned this week from a visit to friends in Louisville Miss Ollie B Suttles is the guest of Mrs John J Lancaster of Louisville Miss Lena Benton of Woodlake who has been visiting in Louisville oi i 1 B yy or MT X R tosy B U 8 B 2 V tl A SU S K 2w si 9 i I h y P returned liome noon Wednesday after- - Miss Amelia Potry returned home Monday to Shelbyville after a visit to Misses Judith and Minnie Cox of the South Side Alexander wife of Hon Mrs Representative Lewis Alexander from Owen county who has been very ill at the Capital Hotel was thought to be in a dying condition yesterday afternoon Mr Joe Black and wife and child of Carrollton Missouri who have been visiting his parents Dr E H Black and wife of Stamping Ground and his sister Mrs Helen McClure of this city left Monday afternoon for Louisville whence they returned home Wednesday - -- OF EA1TDS0ME PATTERNS o 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 IE colds headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the de- Â¬ lightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs IvO W PRICES SON LOUISVILLE KY R ROGERS GRIPPTTH 5SEMPLE Mur 18 1 y Vor iviiurtng btumpH utiu Uockb ior yuurr uou uud Wvll diggurs Eufn riiMlv lmndlil snil cbcip Tor full information nnd prliv address Duckors Cold ly Early plowing is progressing rapid Â¬ xmamnnr - ville Mr and Mrs John Coleman Misses Mollie Katie Joe and Messrs Jim Coleman and Ed Welch arrived from Ireland and aro the guests of their relatives Messrs Pat Coleman and Jerry and Pat Oorbott Judge and Mrs Caswell Bennett returned Saturday from a trip to Washington City where among other features of interest in their trip they were honored by an entertainment by Secretary and Mrs John G Car- Â¬ lisle A party from this city composed of Misses Elmer and Imogone Edwards Sallio Bartlett and Messrs Albert Bartlott Pat Edwards and John Burkhardt attended a danco Monday night at the home of Mr James Scho flold at Peytonia Shelby county thoir grandfather Mr Charles Taylor jr of Cincin nati was in the city this week atÂ¬ tending the funeral of his father Ool Charles E Taylor Mr 0 B Leigh of the Owonsboro Messenger who haB been visiting his brother Mr Ed O Leigh returned home Monday afternoon Mrs C B Ohinn returned from She left her Georgia Saturday husband Dr Ohinn in a very rauoh Â¬ Our tobacco growers are preparing to seta very large acreage P L Gibson is in Tyrone this week Mr Gibson is seeking a position in the revenue service of that district Miss Annie Bell Fogg has accepted and is teaching a school in the Tiger neighborhood Strange as it may seem we met a Democrat a few days since who was not seeking an office He even posi- Â¬ tively stated that he would not accept However the post ofllce at Ducker there is still another good man likely to bo recommended for that position The friends of Gov Brown are growing a little impatient for his re- Â¬ We believe ply to Gen Bucknor that Gov Brown had at least roason j able ground for his position and that he will be quite able to defend him- Â¬ self on this and all other occasions at least if he is not it will be the first time his flag ever trailed in the dust In regard to the item in our last concerning Judge Williams the Roundabout after an investigation savs lVhv our correspondent should haVo perverted the facts we uur in- Â¬ ure at a losa to unuerstanu was received from a source formation which we at the time regarded as perfectly reliable and as for our in formants reliability we have no causeÂ¬ to alter our opinion but ho our informant was perhaps mistaken We have no desire to do Judge Williams uny injustice and we regret any wrong wo may have done him under a misapprehension Office Oh if all the party could just get an office all round wouldnt it bo nice Well we would like to see every office filled by a good loyal Democrat but when it comes to the washy a - washy Democrats who wouldnt vote for old Grovor for fear of his defeat wo say kick the cowards out even if wo fill their places with good loyal Republicans who stood by their colors even amid the throes of overwhelming defeat Â¬ SOMETHiNG NEW FOR HOUSEKEEPERS SB Just Tlie CLIPPER FLOUR BIN SIEVE 1 inwhichTO PUT FLOUR when it COMES FROM THE STORE as a Revolving Sitter at the Bottom with which you can sift out at any time the quantity of Flour you wish to use This bin Is a necessity In overv house and hmiRnkinnni aro delighted with It It prevents wusto and makes no dirt to draw mice rats roaches and other nuisances The con arofreo from i tentsary anu wncn dirt dust otc and aro always pure sweet iiiuu luucn irom mo um is siuea ana prepared I or Immediate use The Bin is attached to the wall over the table or in any desirable location It is out of the way and occupies no floor Epace fiiaao in three sizes ana niceiy paintea in colors th Thing to Have Hanging on the Wall Uiead xJius are made in throo sizes to hold 25 50 and 100 lb Sack of Flour Hl Pine Millinery 2228072 Orders loft at mv nxidnncii 430 Hrondwuv nnno- sito L ii N Dopot whore one can bo seen will ro- coivo prompt attention THOS A JOYCE Solo j i Agt for Fraukfort am Frauklin Co Skortflightednees To waste your money on vile dirty by in experienced persons when you have Thos J Brialuii has juet returned from the East where lie purchased the finest Btock of imported and domestic millinery ever brought to He has also secured the this city services of Miss Kosoler who for wairy mixtures compounded several seasons has had considerable experience with eastern houses and is a lady of exquisite taste in the business as trimmer Dont fail to watch for the announcement of his 21 lt Bprinpf opening These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which were sold in the United States from March 91 to March 92 Two Million Two Hundred and Twenty Eight Thousand Six Hun Â¬ dred and Seventy Two bottles sold in ono year and enoh and every bottle was sold on a positive guaran Â¬ tee that money would bo refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use The secret of its success is plain It never disappoints nnd can alway be depended on as the very best remedy or Coughs Colds etc Price Wo and 100 At Phil Oab G FENTEitH Drug store the opportunity of testing Ottos Curo free of charge Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking cough when Chapman Williams will furnish you a free sample bottle of this great guaranteed remedy Hold a bottle of Ottos Cure to the light and observe its beautiful golden color and thick heavy syrup Lar Â¬ gest packages and purest goods Large bottle 60c 45 How to Curo aJCold Simply take Ottos Curo We know of ite astonishing cures and that it will stop a cough quioker than any known remedy If you have Asthma Bronohitis Consumption or any disease of the throat and lungs a few doses of this great guaranteed remedy will surÂ¬ prise you If you whin to try it call at our store on Mainstroot and we will be pleased to furnish you a bottlo free of cost and that will prove our assertion Chapman Williams 45 Bulldokus Needing a tonic or children who want build- In up should tako Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Biliousness Liver GompULata And Neuralgia LADIES It BROWriH IKON IllTTKIlS ArUIMlHBMKHanHmiHHlHIUUUiHBInMHHHHHnTKHBHHHHB MmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i mmsammm JL fltrtmHtk iau UHnHrMMVllMl4 TEA SPOONS FROM a l In Filled Cases 4 5 V 6 7 10 DESERT SPOONS 1250 15 to 40 p ft C IN Silver CA SES 8 10 12 r lo to 12 G 15 Sol W eases 13 4S - TABLE SPOONS to A Z5 Top Drawer M A It Appeared UY flii M4 1 Selbert JEWELER Frankfort Ky L HANNEN to 20 20 25 30 35 125 v 0 GOV BROWNS LETTER P O SOWER it--- 4 Rfc- 1 V J lt - IA J y t 7 rafc fig tSy - hut C - any such expense whatever In the base ball club last season has signed stuffing of the letter with a lot of with the Deppons of Louisville and G L HANNEN Â¬ questions and answers at investiga- will make a southern tour next seations long ago settled and wholly son with that club Birthday Anniversary Sunday irrelevant to the points at issue Gov G0 afternoon Mr Joseph G Schweers Brown shows his utter recklessness and unreliability in his statements celebrated the twenty seventh anni- Â¬ Jan7 3m when he writes the following about versary of his birthday at his home LeComptes Bottom the standing of the stud horse in this on Arlington Heights A large num- Â¬ was taken to the St Joseph Hospital KENTUCKYS WHITE ELE Â¬ in that city and his wife sent for ber of friends were present to enjoy PHANT penitentiary Rev P E Kavanaugh went to County Claims On next Monday These cruelties and beastly prac- the occasion with the host Louisville Monday on the Steamer tices were disclosed bv this investi Saturday morn- Â¬ theCourt of Claims will meet settle The Governors Boasting of Les Â¬ Olarksville with a lot of hogs and Held to gation but the officers and guards ing Henry Answer Thomas of the Switzer with ex sheriff Noel and fix the tax sees for the Penitentiary not Re- Â¬ cattle responsible therefor were left un had a preliminary levy of the county for the present touched Tue Warden was removed neighborhood Charlie Webb was in the city thealized But Some Governors Since I came into office for inhuman- Â¬ trial before County Judge Williams year first of tho week Come High to the Tax ly punishing a demented man bv on the charge of obtaining money A Narrow Escapn Wednesday Mrs Thomas Wilhoit of Madison blows with a strap when he was Payers and was held night a gentleman while handling his Indiana is visiting the family of Mr re- Â¬ under false pretenses hung up by the thumbs For his James Webb moval calumnies and denunciations in a oond or poo to answer at the pistol in the store of Mr Charles were heaped upon me next term of the Circuit Court in de Proehl accidentally caused it to ex- Â¬ Since Gov Browns induction into Mr Chapman and son of Frank- The Warden at that time was fault of which he was committed to plode and the ball went whizzing in office he has wantonly raised such a tort were in the neighborhood this close proximity to Mr Proehls head row at the Stato House as to array week advertising Oapt Edmund Taylor who was de jail feated for re election during ex Qov nearly all the Senators and the best Mr R C Hieatt visited Frankfort Society Annie McOub and lodged in the ceiling Humane Buckners term and the Warden bins thirteen years and Genoa Hol Assistant to Attorney Ggneral part of the House and all the State the first of the week Gov Brown removed was Capt Mike man twelve years of age were taken In the preparation and prosecution officers excepting his own appoin- - Our old neighbor Mr Karsner samples of Gov from Lizzie Powells unlawful house of the suit by the State against the tees against him and now alter moved with his family to Swallow Bolan These are Browns letter of which so much in the West End last week by the Mason Foard Company AttJbrnev- - boasting of what he could easily do field last week was promised and so little realized Humane Society and placed in good General Hendrick will be assisted by in the matter of securing lessees for Miss Myrtle Graves has begun her Ex Gov Buckner came to the city nomes where they will be properly Hon John D Carroll of Henry coun the penitentiary he not only finds school yesterday afternoon and it is said cared for The mother of the Holraan ty himself skinned alive by ex Governor will now prepare a clincher whioh girl who is an Inmate of the Powell Rafts op Loos The Valley View Buckner in whose honesty and integ upLuke and Joe Kavanautrli will take their quarters on Blossom Ridge will no longer leave Gov Brown in house and the rest of the women of correspondent of week the Richmond Cli Â¬ rity the people repose the utmost nextcoming where they will stay for doubt as to his suspicion that The the place protested against the re max says that a number of big log faith but finds that after long adver thff six months and expect to raise twenty acres of tobacco No voice is Jacobs voice but the hands moval of the girls but Mr Ben rafts destined for the mills at tising in the Louisville Courier-Jou- r Frank Â¬ nal Commercial Chicago News Phil Â¬ better land for tobacco can be found are the hands of Esau alluding to Farmer President of the Society de fort paesed down the river Sunday than Is on the Ridge For several his belief it is said that ex Gov clined to recede from his purpose of adelphia Record St Louis Republi- years orops grown there have led the Prodigious A cow owned by Mr can and New York World at a cost Louisville market Knott and not ex Gov Buckner was leclaiming the children Butler Branch dropped a calf on of 1000 and reaching no less than the author of the letter signed by Rev Mr Turner preaobod at Flat Administrator H D Wood quali Â¬ Wednesday that weighed 102 pounds one million subscribers whose papers the latter gentleman Creek Sunday Our quarterly meet- fied Saturday as administrator of the Bilious Tho Argus was out Thurs it will be held estimated of the estate of Frank Beecham de day in nonor 01 bc racrioK ana was by has often been each or inare read ingthis month at on the 21st and 22d fitniek by a Train Walnut Grove in five persons all five of ceased J O Mastin becoming the made up entirely in n dress of green Owen county millions people tho time for closing Rip Van Winkle Clint Manley a tramp was walk Â¬ surety on the bond Fire at Farmdale Tuesday af- the proposals for the penitentiary ex- Â¬ ing on the L N railroad track Improvemknts The digging of the ternoon a fire was discovered in the pired Wednesday and not a bid for near Ducker Station yesterday morn cellar and for a foundation for the store of B Farmer Son at Farm- - the lease of that institution was re- Â¬ Next to the Woodon Bridge ing and failing to get out of the new W A Gaines Company build- Â¬ dale which threatened at first to bo ceived After April 1st tho convicts Old coins well preserved will be way in time to allow passenger train ing on Main street is in progress quite serious but which was finally will be kept at the cost of about 9 taken for double their face value in No 17 to pass him he was struck by The dirt is being put on the lot on extinguished without any great dam Â¬ 000 a month to tho State which is exchange for pictures One dozen the engine and thrown some dis Â¬ the South Side that Dr E E Hume age Mr Farmer is the father of Mr verily a heavy expense for support Â¬ artists steel engraving eftect photos tance The train was stopped and he purchased from Dr W H Hall and Ben T Farmer of this city and is ing a Governor who is made up of one 16 by 20 steel effect portrait was picked up and brought to this whioh lot Dr Hume proposes to sub- Â¬ the postmaster and agent of the tele spleen egotism and arrogance void uuuuHome o incn irame omy go guar IlltOfitmnntnnd city where he was taken in ohargo divide and sell as choice residence phone the offices for which are kept of all tho common senso and business anteed the photo prints nrilnMn sam- permanent made Dr E E Hume local surgeon for the sites in the same building qualification that ordinary mortals pies at scucno Copying enlarging road An examination revealed the Agenra wanceu to 80- Democratic County Committee sometimes have Resigned as G auger Mr Joseph We onlv crive awav licit orders fact that his right hip was crushed John W Gaines for 30 days c the Bnap catches of his face badly cut and Dr Hume Baileys resignation as U S gaugor Democratic Countychairman of thoÂ¬ defrauding firms by furnishing you Â¬ Committee is Deaths thought he received internal in took effect this week and he has en sued a formal notice with the same grade of work at about this week to tho tered upon his duties as city engineer half juries also The doctor did his yon pay Bergin Mrs Margaret Bergin trait tho charges Try us Free Por Â¬ Democratic voters in the oity and concerns best to render the unfortunate man and street commissioner county to meet at their respective wife of the late John Bergin died Blue Booth Picture Studio comfortable but he died at noon FEEBLE MlNDliD EXHIBIT TllO voting placeB on Saturday March 25 Sunday night alter an illness of sev Â¬ yesterday Manly had only recently specimens of the work accomplished at two oclock p in and select a eral months at her homo on Wilkin- escaped from the work house in this WoHh Knowing city to which institution he was sent in tho industrial department of the committeeman The deceased was fifty to represent the son street to serve out a sentence for petit Feeble minded Institute consisting precinct in tho county commit years of ago and loaves nino children Many thousand people have found larceny of fine shoos matresses brooms and too a friend Those precinct committee Â¬ to mourn her loss The funeral ser- - s oror in Aunt Fannys Health Re Sliilohs Yllallzor is what you need carpenter handicraft and designed men will meet at tho court house tho vices wore conducted by Rev W E H you have for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow for exhibition at the Worlds Fair following Saturday April 1 at 2 p Goroy Tuesday at the Churoh of the BOOOlflo for fhnnovor used this groati npnvlino mnlndu r r Skin or Kidnoy Trouble It is guarÂ¬ are finished and ready for shipmerit m and organize by an election of a n in uuuu Diiupiierui 01 wmcu mrs uergin me uijo vr uyspepsia Juivor complaint anteed to give you satisfaction chairman and secretary Nervous was a faithful member and tho re- - Hupnmatiam Coativenoss Injured Severely At Lexington Price 76o Sold by W M0K00 Hardio nm were burled i the comewry of fiSiSSSSSSU 22 Wednesday Mr Luke Taaffe who Mr Thomas Buck None better from derangement of tho stomaoh recently married Miss Annie Maho ley writing from tho Iron Works Elm thiBcity For Salo says Dr Bulls d llm noy of this county sustained a bro St Troy N Y one Goms Tho ohild of plon01 to kidneys we would be A good gentle horse also a rogia Cough Syrup is of tho finest BIvo you ken limb and other sovora injurlos by cough syrups for colds None better lur jod uoiub 01 tho Hemp Mill vi greufc nervo tonf0 a packago of thh teroa Jorsy cow with young calf froaof charge 28 lt a pile of lumber falling on him Ho I always use it J N Miles oinity died Saturday 45 Chapman Williams Â¬ Â¬ which appeared yesterday was Ball Nine of which Mr D W Lind regarded a flat failure to successfully y JrM of this city is is one is pro answer the accusations of ex Gov gressing finely Wicks is a candi Bucknor His reply in regard to the for third base and has stood all the lapse of eighteen months and more prunings which the list has under- Â¬ yon vmnfc a charge for the Eddy ville prison before gone so far He bids fair to occupy WHEN PLOW that will never make yon it was completed was a mere glossing the bag this year nngry and nlways keep over of the facts he making it appear Fire Tuesday A fire in a frame you ulnd that you that one half of the convicts were at house Tuesday morning on the bought it jnst come ill the prison during that time when in Leestown turnpike belonging to Mr nnd get yon an fact only 43 were there by a special V Kaltenbrun was extinusshed with statute and for whioh the Stato trifling damage to the property OLIVER CHILLED which after all was simply to be re Â¬ Roxv Davis It is said that Roxy imbursed for the pay of guards and Davis who was with the Frankfort SOLD BY other officers was thereby not put to Â¬ j letter LOCAL Yesterday ana a Fow Bad Breaks Exposed Which The Princeton Nine From a re Show His Unreliability cent issue of the Sporting Life wa note that the training of the candi At the State House Gov Browns dates for the Princeton College Base Â¬ G L HANNEN DEALERS IN CO Oils Paints Harness Saddles - c Sash Doors Glass IFrsixilszfoxt 1ym 323 Broad way - j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - - Â¬ - j vo - SKSP2223tE Â¬ four-year-o- ld 8 l J SHffiT BMGAIN Our buyer while in New York made the biggest scoop in dress shirts since weve been in the business Three styles bosoms nai caj cal na CM na cu CU CM SPRING SUITS CU Ea ca na cu TM C1H SHOES Â¬ i V 150 75 c SHIRTS FOR They will not last long Be quick if you want bargains na ca na ca na 1 na CU na CO ca HF1 C3 nn ca na ca ran Ca ma na ma na ca na na CJ ca ca era ca net ci na ca na ca na Cd 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 selections early while sizes are not broken We have them for Men Boys Ladies Misses and Children The correct shapes and stylish shades here 1 3 r For Men Boys Children sbbsbbsbbs NEW THINGS Fnpy Shifts Novelties in Neckwear Leather Belts Silk Belts Tenuis Coats Fancy Wash Vests Spring Overcoats Fancy Hosiery Silk Umbrellas eu na ca na EU na na na ca na Newer Styles Larger Stock Lower Prices Our great outlet for clothing both here and at our Louisville house makes us the largest clothing buyers in Kentucky and a blind man can see what advantage we have in buying We sell at about what small dealers pay Our large experience tells us what to buy You make no mistake in trading at an old established house who are alive and abreast of the times and demands Dont buy One Dollars worth of Clothing until you see our magnificent stock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ca nannnannnncn eaeuBauauaBa ca CO nanananarca cacaaacaca na Ca na ca na CU na ca na oa na aa nnnanannraa cucacuuuca na ca na On Cheap Counter FOR Two WEEKS oa ca na ca na KJ na iaa na na Ca na Ca na CQ EacanaEnnana ca na ca na ca na Ca na ca na na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca Ea na ca na BCI CU ca aa na ca na aa isanananaca cacacacuca A Paralyzer SUITS nananannna cucucauaca na aa na ca na ca ma A RICH MANS PRICES SUIT AT POOR MANS ca rm cu na na na Our purchase in this lot was over 900 suits which were divided between us and our Louisville Â¬ Pi ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca nnnananaca caeacucaca Â¬ It cleaned up a leading manufacturers line We house do not misstate the case when we tell you that not one suit in about 100 prs Ladies Fine shoes the very best makes sizes 11 2 and 2 and 2 1 2 mostly narrow last sold for Men s 84 to 85 go at 82 75 under shirts cream and tan col sold for 75c go at 35c 65 doz fine C3 na ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na aa na ca na aa na ca na aa na ca na ca aa ca na ca na ca na ca na ca na We ha ye r v V f r ri Â¬ ca na ca rja ca na ca na ca nm ca na ca na wsi ca ca ca na ca na rranananana cacacacaua na ca na ca na n i h the entire lot was sold at wholesale for less than 8 Â¬ the lowest 10 price 12 and they range up 15 and as high as gi8 We make a uniform price on the entire line and give you choice for 10 just to open the season The sizes run from 33 to 44s Find your size and youll get the best suit for the money you ever bought ca na ca rca ca na ca na ca na ca ca na ca na aa na ca na ca na ca nanananana na ca na ca na ca na embroidered shirts perfect f goods Sold lor 8150 to 1 foJjo ENTS w o at m 75 cents cstfacacaca MBfiOHMT V TmORING kl Crutcher JLECD NECKWEAfi WINDSORS SHIELD BOWS BAND BOWS TECKS and that other houses sell at 50 cents you can buy here for FOUR-IN-HAND- S i 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 XcAi m ntiltimtofilfrlii1 - JiS JLM I 25 25 Cents linQ 3- creator hnvincr jnnwf n whwi j with us this season than ever iwtijUiilaVfcijJftMitilSak rij3t SkjUiM luill i itfifriiWfe jgti L k iM i i V m S 1aX1J iJjUVj- l- - iillMffJMBMM