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IfCh The Franxfoet Eotombout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO YOL XVI Highest of all In Leavening Power ERANKFOKT ICY SATURDAY MARCH 25 1893 Latest U S Govt Report COURT OF CLAIMS Tho Tax Levy for tho County for 1893 Fixed and Other Impor- Â¬ 29 Baking Rcftfed A tant Business Attend ed To Â¬ COMING Fhe Finest Line of x ABSOLUTELY PURE m AT EBST Powder M MT b 1 board He then owned and occupied the house now belonging f to Mrs Nelson Heffner on the corner of Mr George A Robertson Ken Â¬ Broadway and Madison streets I tuckys First State Librarian found George A Robertson living and the Longest Serving there with his uncle and for more Ever brought to this Market Call and see the Stock quality Official in the State Gov Â¬ than throe years we had the same ernment Died Sun room and bed It was while we were and low Prices day living with Col Davidson that the late Capt Harry I Todd in 1839 OP HIS LIFE courted and married Miss Jane Da Â¬ A SKETCH vidson daughter of the Colonel and On Sunday evening about 7 oclock in October of the same year I mar Mr George Alexander Robertson ried my wife Miss Hannah Ann died at his home in Bellepoint He Price In the following month had been confined to the house for Aleck Robertson as we always more than a month and his friends called him married his present wife were hopeful that despite his great Capt Todd died in 1891 Aleck has age he would still be able to resist just passed over and Mrs Todd Mrs the encroachment of disease and Robertson and myself and wife are 1000 again appear among them but a the survivors of the celebration of J D Moore S M Tinsley 2500 late attack of pneumonia quickly that happy golden year The deceased was a devout Chris- Â¬ J B Hookensmith coffins 1000 dispelled that hope MAIN BROADWAY Mr Robertson was born December tian an upright kind hearted gentle- Â¬ J W Bohannan Com turn- Â¬ pike 6 1807 four miles from Harrodsburg man who will be sadly missed by the 1000 The tax levy for the year of 1893 in the same room in which his un young and old to whom his cheering cle George W Robertson Chief Jus amile was a welcome inspiration He was then fixed as follows 35 tice of Kentucky and his aunt after united with the First Presbyterian For ordinary expenses wards the wife of Gov Letcher were Church in this city in 1828 and the For Kentucky Midland Rail16j born His father James Robertson following December was elected a road 150 moved to Stanford when the subject deacon which office he held until For poll tax of this sketch was a child and there 1868 when he was elected a ruling This sum it was estimated after de- ducting the cost of the collections as a boy in his sixth year having elder At the time of his golden wedding would net the county about 19600 An immense Hne of fine medium and low priced Chamber to play the drum while the learned negroes whistled tor mm ne beat referred to the chirch officers pre which would leave about 2400 over Suits just opened for the Spring Trade in Mahogany that instrument at the muster station sented him with an elegant gold and above all the present actual and of Lancaster for volunteers in the headed walking stick with an appro- known expenses for the year It is Walnut Cherry Birdseye Maple Birch and Oak war of 1812 When twenty years of priate inscription of their esteem As expected however that a larger a mark of respect to his memory the amount will yet be derived from a age Mr Robertson came to this city Sole Agents For and entered the office of his uncle Court of Appeals adjourned Tuesday number of corporations whioh have re- not listed for the present year under James Davidson his mothers broth- Â¬ and caused suitable resolutions er who was then State Treasurer ferring to his long official connection the new Revenue Law Though the He remained in this office for two with the court and character of a tax rate this year therefore will be years and afterwards wrote in the gentleman and an officer to be spread materially reduced the State being Auditors office and subsequently upon the records of the court and 42 cents the county 51jj cents and poll was clerk of the Land office At the the officers of the Presbyterian Church tax 150 as against the levy for 1892 Phoenix IN ALL- 47J cents for the State 76j cents for session of the Legislature in 1832 33 likewise paid him a similar tribute The funeral which took place the county and two dollars for poll the office of State Librarian was cre WOODS and POPULAR FINISHES ated and ho was the first elected to Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock tax there will be ample revenue de- Â¬ that office which he held for seven Â¬ at tho First Presbyterian Church was rived to meet all tho expenses of the WARRANTED ABSOLUTELY SAFE teen years and declined re election largely attended by the State officials county for this year The court Â¬ members of the bar and Legislature made a partial settlement with ex on account of failing health and en gaged in merchandising He was go- Â¬ and judges of the Court of Appeals Sheriff Noel and passed the remain Â¬ Correct prices Catalogues furnished on application We in Â¬ nial honest and industrious and his and Superior Court Rev Dr Blay der of its work to the next meeting vite inspection Mattresses and Pillows made to order services in the mercantile line were ney conducted the services and the on the first Monday in April in demand but after eleven years as remains were attended by the followThe Fire Department in every city clerk in the stores of John L Moore ing gentlemen as active pall bearers could not do better than to keep a and Addison Parker he yielded to and laid at rest in the cemetery of dozen of Salvation Oil at each station requests of his friends and especially this city The ruling elders in the It instantly relieves all burns scalds a and bruises the judges of the Court of Appeals ohuroh comprising Messrs W H an effectual and in of few days makes cure the wound 25 who were often obliged even during Averill Frank Ohinn R K McOlure cents Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies his retirement from office to consult W T Reading S 0 Bull also Messrs Advertised Letters at Frankfort him on the books of reference in the J N Crutcher and W L Penoe of Kentucky Library to again become a candi Â¬ Bellepoint The honorary MANHOOD RESTORED were the judges and officers of Below will bo found a list of advertised date for the office of Librarian This 8ANATIVOV1 tho was in 1862 and ho retained the office the Court of Appeals Wonderful Spanish letters for the week ending March 25 Itomedy U sold with ibr six years and was then eleoted Written Guarantee Â¬ 1893 Mrs R C Rhea to care all Neirous Dis FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT by the judges the Sergeant-at-Arm- s eases such m Weak Berry George L Rothstein A D Memory Loas of Drain John R Nutters Admr Plaintiff of the Court of Appeals whioh he Of Milford Neb says she suffered Crutcher Mrs Red Piko Power Hoadache vs StranBbury Albert Anna During his greatly from a complication of disÂ¬ held until his death c defendants Nervousness Las John R Nuttkrs Heirs drains and situde long service on the Square he be Â¬ eases of foraale weakness and liver Crutcher Mrs A G Miss PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST power of the Before After Use loas of all E Shaw John R Nutter deceased are hereby notified Generative Organs in Photographed from lite came acquainted with more people and kidney troubles Her health was Ferguson K H amitn wm Susan HHMiMMMHHMaH ClbllCr OVA WlUWi UJ to appear before me and prove tbelr claims as ully restored by using Dr Hales orer exertlon vouthful indiscretions or tho excessive required by law on or before the 10th day of over the State particularly the mem Â¬ Household Tea the most pleasant McJohnson Mary Wilson J B ajo or tobacco opium or stimulants which ultimately April 1693 W HPOSEY lend to Infirmity Consumption and Insanity 2 8t Com C F C bers of the bar than any other offloer and effective medicine knawn 25c When calling for those letters say ad Inconvenient form to carry In the vest pocket Iut up Price a package or 0 for 5 with every 5 order ne Rive a and 50o per package at P H Gabpen vertised in the State government written guarantee to ouro or refund the 1 J M Saffell money Sent by mall to any address Circular free Ho was twice married the first ters drugstoro in plain envelope Mention this paper Address Postmaster wife being Miss Louisa McOurdy MADRID CO CHEMICAL Branch Office for U S A SADDLE A Musical Treat SM Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL daughter of Dr Allen F McOurdy FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY of this city by whom he had three Mr Sol Marcosson of Louisville a wife Miss member of the Boston Quintette P H CARPENTER DrilOQiSt children and the second NO 156 Julia Jameson of Lancaster by whom Club will with one of the great Side August 13 ly he had two children None of his prima donnas give a grand concert National Sadule Horse Register children lived to maturity With his in this oity at tho opera house on Sired hy tho Great Roscoo last named wife who yet survives April 6th Mr Marcosson who re Â¬ BH3TWQCAUTT sOSTisqcisirrr Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Soro lie celebrated his golden wedding In sided for a number of years in Ber Â¬ Throat Sold by all DrucRtsts on a Guarantee by Beauty NoGMNSHR lstdam Back by Muglc 2d dam the year 1880 at which timo as a re Â¬ lin aB the pupil of the celebrated For a Lamo Side great or Chest Shlloha Porous atifactlon as cents will give Plaster by American Clay 3d lain markable co inoidonoo two of his Joaohin ranks among the first vio VITALIZED enys intimate friends from early manhood linists of tho country and tho concert MrsSHILOHS Clmttnnnoffn Tenn Notk Foaled In 1838 dark bay with black T S Hawkins points 15tf hands hlcli Fine mane and tail with SlilloltoVitaUzcritAVED MY LIFE 1 Judgo Lysandor Hord and Capt Will be a rich feast for the music-lovin- g lots of style and u horso of wonderful bone sub- comlderltthobalrcmeduforadebttitatedmiatcm stance and endurance His breedlucr Harry I Todd deceased of this city public For I ever usedoxcola Dyspopsia Liver or KIdnoy Jeans CREAM asuch ureat saddle horses as RoscoemmBluetraces to Irlco75ota trouble it Also oelqbratod tho like occurrence uoppermn s hou uoy oj uenmurK tom F S Y M C A Convention in their lives TEHM6 Will make the season at Belle Grove HILOHSlkCATARRH Stock Farm six miles from Frunkfort at Judgo Hord remarking upon tho On May 10th to 14th the REMEDY 4vent said Railroad will sell tickets to Indianap- Â¬ 15 FOR A LIVING COLT YEARS FOR Trnvn vou Catarrh Try this Komedy I twill When I came to Frankfort in Oo olis Indiana at one fare going and roliovo and Curo you Price 60 ota This In Â¬ A cash premium of 25 will be gtvon for tho bost Account jector for ita 8uoco8f ul treatment la furnished Mac led all Worm Remedies tober 1835 to study law in tho ofllce one third fare returning colt by him foal of 94 bee stud curd for full 13th International Y M 0 A Con- Â¬ t rco Shlloha Iteraodlos are sold by us ou a EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED pedigree Ac of Charles S Morehoad and Mason vention guarantoo to fflvo satisfaction Fashion will be shown in Frankfort April SOLD EVERYWHERE Brown I was taken by my guardian Court Day H B LoasDON For sale by W McKee Hardie rropindbr BKHittPSOSTmOK HEP CO STtOPH SOUTH TRIMBLE Agent Mar4 Sm to tho houso of Col Davidson to HALLS OLD STANP Jan M lr Â¬ The Court of Claims met at the court house Monday The bridge committee for award Â¬ ing the two bridges at Hardinsville reported the two bridges completed at a cost of 131140 and the clerk was ordered to issue the county war- Â¬ rants for same as follows 96160 Groten Bridge Co S M Tinsley 19980 L F Johnson 15000 Esquires McDonald and Bohannan and County Attorney Johnson were appointed a committee to confer with a similar oommittee from tho city council in regard to proper ac- Â¬ tion to be taken in the St Clair street bridge matter On motion of Esquire Tinsley County Attorney Johnson was direct- Â¬ ed to take tho proper steps to list all corporations for 1893 which have as yet failed to list with the assessor The following claims were allowed P McDonald advertising 11500 R Rogers Sons furniture 4700 P McDonald Com turnpike 1500 Same bridges 1000 Fishing Tackle Lawn Mowers Rubber Hose Garden Hose BUILDERS HARDWARE M Hardware Merchant PGRAY Lexington Ky 9 BROWERSCOTTPRAZEE fl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FURNITURE t u Â¬ Â¬ The Welch The Windsor The The Gunn FOLDING BEDS -- Â¬ BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE pall-beare- rs NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ 1 STALLION jBrSHILOHsl South FASHION ft i Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 r-- LN S VERMIFUGE t j MBMlrTit1mttWrinrtihflfi ih ii rflTii hHi ii I i AAUVUk Laa JUtta- iikwji jv V JVwilJV V MfiiiiiHiiHiiiiiriMr r T I T T JLTNJ jl TT i STSTIES vr 7 83 o tents c - T mMnmanamiA HP 1 I 1 g a JBIolss of VETsfeU Paptear 10000 out We will and close as follows 5J S145 X3LLVES I w V I We make the following cash Prices 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 63 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 274 cents per box Williams Paint at 145 per Sherwin gallon Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints oj4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass So per cent off list Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at 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 Belting Harness Whips SaddleHose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Matetial Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors BlindsM Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed OUs Field and Garden Seed And a full line of -- G6NERML HRRDWHRE AT A ja J GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Qg g fc flfl QQLLBNS- Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Banki fcr Capital office returned Wednesday night from Washington City Mr Owen Furr was in Lexington Miss Nellie Orumbaugh of Eddy this week ville is the guest of her Bister Mrs Mrit W Knott of Louisville was Caswell Bennett in the city Thursday Miss Lizzie Peters of Louisville is Hughes is visiting the guest of Miss Lulie Suter on Mrs James W relatives in Lexington East Main street Judge W P Coons of Maysville Mr John C Russell of Louisville city Tuesday was in the city Sunday aad Monday waB in the Ex LieutGov Bryan of Covington visiting his sisters Mr C D Bercaw of the Kentucky waB in the city Wednesday Mrs M W Wilhoit of Monterey Midland went to Tennessee Tuesday on a short business trip is visiting friends in this city Miss Tillye R Branch returned Miss Belle Wisdom of Paducah is Thursday from a visit of several visiting Mrs Caswell Bennett Mias Dora Husbands of Paducah weeks to friends in Lexington Mrs John Morgan of Lexington is visiting Mrs Caswell Bennett visited her brother Mr W 0 Hern Mrs John T Buckley went to Cindon on the South Side this week cinnati Monday for a short trip Miss Julia Todd of Louisville Miss Kate Halloran is in Winches- Â¬ was in the city this week to attend ter visiting Mrs I N Card well n s r iTiU oven- the funeral of Mr George A Robert iUlBH OUHIO UUUI1BUI1 Ul nrt cni son ing is visiting the Misses Holt Mrs Thomas Gaines after a visit Miss Clara Fowler of Paducah is to relatives in the city and at Bridge- Â¬ the guest of Mrs Caswell Bennett port returned home to Louisville Miss Fanny Gray of LouiBville is Monday visiting her aunt Mrs W H Sneed Mr James Carpenter who has been Miss Anita Muldoou of LouiBville visiting his brother Mr Philip Car- Â¬ visited Miss Emma Morris this week penter returned home to Chicago Mr Tom Clemens of Madison In Â¬ Thursday diana visited friends here this week Mr Julian Jackson left Monday Mrs C Branham of Carrollton for St Louis where he has secured a was here thi s week visiting friends position and expects to make that Mrs E M Gober and daughter re- Â¬ city his future home turned home from the South Mon- Â¬ Mr Harry B Case and bride form- Â¬ day erly Miss Elizabeth Wise daughter of Mr Richard Godson editor of the Mr J W Wise of Cumberland Md Midway Clipper was in the city Tues- arrived home from their bridal trip day Saturday Miss Lena Coke of Louisville is Mrs L P Tarlton and Misses Chris visiting friends and relatives in this tine Reynolds and Emma Morris at- Â¬ city tended the concert to Miss Curry Miss Ella Newhouse visited Miss Duke the violinist at Lexington Nettie Wills in Ohristiansburg this Wednesday night week Mr Will Finley Managing Editor Miss Maggie Taylor visited Mrs of the Post and applicant for SurNannie Caldwell in Louisville this veyor of the Port of Louisville was in the city Tuesday securing signa Â¬ week Rev George Darsie leaves Monday tures to his petition Hon Henry C Dixon of Hender for a two weeks meeting in Mt son who has been in Washington Sterling Miss May Kreer of Chicago after a City was here this week visiting his visit to relatives here returned home sister Mrs John Young Brown at the Executive Mansion Tuesday Messrs Wallace Kelly of Hopkins Judge F R Feland of Lawrence burg was in the city Monday and ville Henry Starling of Greenville Mississippi and T Lindsey Blayney Tuesday of this city students at Centre ColMra Pat McDonald and Mrs John lege Danville have been visiting T Buckley were in Cincinnati friends and relatives in this city this Wednesday week Superintendent King of the United Mr J M Todd jr and bride of States Express Company was in the Louisville were here Saturday and city Wednesday Sunday the guests of Mr Todds They went to Lexington McDonald loft Tuesday parents Miss Jennie Lexington Monday to visit Mrs Todds parents morning to visit friends in before returning home and Cincinnati Mrs Sam B Holmes was in Win Mr Jason M Case and his wife on visiting her sister Sunday celebrated the twenty fifth chester thiB week Mrs I N Cardwell anniversary of their marriage other Â¬ Miss Sue Kavanaugh who has been wise denominated as their silver wed Â¬ attending school at Science Hill is ding by a family re union on which home for a few days occasion they wore the recipients of Miss Jennie Rohb is visiting her many congratulations and elegant siBter Mrs J 0 Shropshire near presents Ohilesburg this week Miss Daisy Cox daughter of Rep Â¬ Mrs Delia Hunt returned from resentative Cox of this county and Worbhville this week where Hho has a violinist of considerable skill her- Â¬ self attended Miss Curry Dukes conbeen visiting relatives cert at Lexington Wednesday night Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis- Â¬ She is the guest of Miss Lydia Black- Â¬ ville was hero Thursday the guest ford with whom she will remain for of Major Henry T Stanton a week or more McDermott of Louis Â¬ Hon Ed J Capt Sam M Gaines formerly Dep ville was in attendance upon the uty Clerk of the Court of Appeals Court of Appeals Thursday but now a resident of Covington has Mr J Russell Williams of the been appointed Private Secretary to Â¬ Hon John G Carlisle Secretary of the Treasury The friends of Capt Gaines in this city congratulate him on his good fortune in securing a position of such responsibility and re- numeration 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 iumtmmmMi mi himn nr Ml BUI OF- - Real Estate Transfers Wm Glore and wife to James Glore for love and affection a lot on HANDSOME NJ Vy Y 0 Flat Creek turnpike Worth the Money In passing drop in at 325 Broadway and see the ten cent show and you will surely be pleased with it No charge is made at the door but if you think it worth the amount you pay ten cents as you go out A plaster cast becomes a living lady the lady a skeleton and the skeleton a vase with a boquet of flowers in it The changes are very neatly executed and the trick cannot be detected with the eye Siiilohs Cure the Great Cough and Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket size contains twenty five doses only 21 25c Children love it All the new effects are now on sale Co Sam D Johnson 27 txn Vvvy tt PATTEEJJS a M LOW PRICES R R OG R S UMknm SON M -- MWWmBMUlllll41lllwaiW B Diymr Mar Hocks ior Quarry men and Well diggers cheap For full information and price address 1 mttiw LOUISVILLEjKY SBMPLE Â¬ French Ginghamc lt ly Small Farm for Sale L N TIME TABLE Jiu Â¬ BROYNS IRON BITTERS Â¬ digestior Debility cures Dyspepsia n small farm of twenty acres well improved and two miles from this city on a good pike is offered for sale at a bargain For terms c apply A The following time table is now N road npon tho L TBAIN8 NOETII at this office 29 tf Next to the Wooden Bridge Old coins well preserved will be taken for double their face value in One dozen exchange for pictures one 16 by 20 steel effect portrait handsome 5 inoh frame only 56 guar Â¬ No li leaves N No nieavoBFrrmkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort Frankfort 550 am 935 n m 300 p nr 785 p m- 1020 a m 440 p m- 640 p jju - TBAIN BEAST Â¬ artists steel engraving eflect photos Â¬ anteed the latest most artistic and permanent photo prints made sam- Â¬ Copying enlarging ples at studio and framing Agents wanted to so- Â¬ We only give away licit order for 30 days e the snapcatches of defrauding firms by furnishing you with the same grade of work at about half the charges you pay Free PorÂ¬ MARKS L3PTRArBi PATENTSt DESIQN Glg3Wr CAVEATS at AnohoraRe for Bloomfield Branoh W W No 221 eavos Frankfort 855 p me Non 23 17 and 21 connect at LagraagoNor 23 and 21 conned for Cincinnati A LKXANDBIl eavjf Frankfort leaves Frankfort So 2i arrive Frankfort o 18 So 0 1 For Information and free Handbook wrlto to CO 861 BllOADWAT HEW YORK MUNN Oldest burcoa for 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men women ana children Smallest mildest surest will be sent one year to tiny address for 100 Address 0 doses for 25 cents Samples free at EWJB GEO A 45 ly Frunkfort Ky GayleflFrankforfcKy J W I New Orleans For further Information address CP ATMORE G P LOUIBVILLE KENTUCKY T A v 3 1 I Dont Ruin Your Eyes seir ntyleil Bclentlllc ojitlclniw and peddlers lit them The optician Hhouul graduate und hnre Ms dip oma of qual 11 catlon By allowing Incompetent isrow I NEW SPRING LINE UJL D1 Mil JCiJjl LN UT D1JJ V JX mMSKnnmzmMiiaimtmi NEW i A full line of the Wattcau patterns The Newest Waverly and in Sterling Silver in the Rococo finish The prettiest things in handsome Eyeaexainlned with the Oculists Test Case and the uiouern Improved sclentltlu instruments and Wedding presents Fumes Accurately Fitted to the e Face i Should your hmd nche ojes burn or water amui oiur und your glasses dont suit come am Gold Satisfaction guaranteed consult me glasses u specialty including a full line ot Sterling Silver Headquarter for Elgin Waltham and all other makes of American watches eHSTGR JEWELER G Novelties E O ZEHAG EN Graduate Optician at M A Selberts St Clair Monday Tuesday and Ntreet Kraukiort Ky Wednesday Apijl 3 4 and 5 M Top Drawer LOCAL A Selbert G L HANNBN Â¬ Frankfor CO Ky P O 4tt3rXngSNIS7 Why Is It Reckless boys or men who seem SOWER to be tearing planks off the walkway River Business Improving Wedon the St Clair street bridge and nesday afternoon there were three L HANNEN DEALERS IN thus endangering the lives of little boats within view of the St Clair children cannot be prevented from Street Bridge the John Barrett Isere doing it and Falls City These boats with the Clarksville and S R Vanmeter Some enterprising citizens do not which are making regular trips on take hold of the idea to secure the this river appear Â¬ State House yard now while the erable business to be doing considLegislature is here for the purpose Â¬ Oils Paints yon want a WHEN PLOW that will never make you angry and always keep you tflad that yon Harness Saddles - c Sash Doors Glass ITrsiELlsfbxt 323 Broadwary- - 2r m of having free open air concerts by Insane Chris Harrod of Bald Prof Wolfs excellent band this sum Knob and Frank Fletcher colored mer w The merchants are not pushing the request made sometime ago of Pres- Â¬ ident M H Smith of the Louisville and Nashville railroad for a new depot that would be ornamental as well as sufficiently commodious to meet the requirements of the grow- Â¬ ing passenger and freight business in this city The city council is not taking ac- Â¬ tion in the matter of certain owners of lots on the South Side who have inclosed within their lots a part of the streets of the city and thereby depriving the public of their full use and enjoyment as well as causing the lines of the streets to appear irregu Â¬ lar and unsightly K t -- The South Side is not entitled to good sidewalks as well as the North Side and that new sidewalks are not made or the old ones repaired where needed especially along the main highways which in Â¬ W - bj 1 tt J I Notary Public -- Mr Grant L Rob Â¬ erts on Monday qualified as notary t i The Board of Health are not at public in the office of County Clerk work now issuing their orders to Smith have the back premises and streets Mr Louis D Craig Monday Mr QiwQi W UUO and alleys thoroughly cleaned before T5a SJ UlUlg Wa OOIOUUUU k mo UISUU r the advent of cholera this season Sinking Fund Commissioners as an assistant to State Inspector Gardner Why is it in the work of taking an inventory and making the appraisement of the Sorgeant-at-Arm- s and Tipstaff property in the penitentiary which The Court of Appeals yesterday the State would be obliged to pur Â¬ filled the vacanoy occasioned by the chase from the Mason Foard Co be- Â¬ death of Mr George A Robertson fore the accounts could bo adjusted MrW SBHill who was the Tipstaff A New Steamboat The Carrollton was elected Sergeant-at-Arm- s and Democrat of last Saturday says Mr J M Johnson of Henderson a Oapt Peter E Told bought the Ida cousin of Mrs DMMcHenry of this Smith and will run her from Hick Â¬ city was elected Tipstaff The pay man to Carrollton making two round of each of these offices is 900 a year trips a week This adds another Mr Johnson wasjthe choice of Judge boat to the white collar line of the Bennett the Chief Justice whom the Kentucky river Capt Told is de court as a courtesy has always per Â¬ veloping a business in this river that mitted to All such vacancies will be of great value to people who live along the river to say nothing Births of the men to whom he has given The Captain virtually Niokles Tuesday to the wife of employment established the fact that the Ken- Â¬ Niokles a son W F made use of Graham Wednesday to the wife tucky could be was intended other than for which it that of Mr J W Graham a daughter is take coal up if you cant bring it Mary Catherine it down Buxton Thursday to the wife of Poisoning a Dog G W Bush the Mr Link Buxton a daughter Bowing machine agent was examined Jett Monday to Mr Hiram Jett by County Judge Williams Thursday and wife of this county a daughter on the charge of poisoning a dog be m i ll longing to Mrs Maddox of North St Rheumatism Quiokly Cured Clair street and held over in a bond Three days is a very short time in of 50 to answer the charge before which to cure a bad case of rheuma Â¬ tism but it can be done if the prop- Â¬ the grand jury ter treatment is adopted as will be Ran Away From Home Two boys seen by the following from James 111 I each about fourteen years Barkley Lambert of New Brunswick was badly atmoted with rheumatism Day and James Dennis who ran away in the hips and legs when I bought a from their home in St Louis wore bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm arrested and placed in jail Wednes It cured mo in three days I am all right to day and would insist on day to await their friends Day at everyone who is afflicted with that one timo lived hero and 1b a brother terrible disease to use Chamberlains of Charley Day who represented a 50 Pain Balm and get woll at onco oent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Louisville furniture company here q short time ago druggist lm ble many places npw are almost impassa- Â¬ of this city were adjudged insane on Tuesday and ordered by County Judge Williams to be confined in the asylum at Lexington Arrested on Suspicion Tony Fitzgerald and James McKenzie who had come into the oity Monday morn- Â¬ ing by the cross tie route over the Louisville Nashville line were ar rested on suspicion of being guilty of firing a large barn belonging to Mr Withrow and which was destroyed Sunday night this side of Midway They were taken to Midway for ex- Â¬ amination Skippkd Saturday night John Knoke aged about nineteen years the night bell boy at the Kenyon Hotel instead of getting a twenty dollar bill changed as ho was requested to do made a few purchases with the money and then hired a horse and buggy and skipped out for his home in Lawrenceburg He was heard of later in Lexington and the police were notified to arrest and return him to this city Â¬ bought it just come in and get you nn OLIVER fa CHILLED b jSjIm SOLD BY vSKjflflHMIHKSIft Iki- kes mHrb4 6 L HANNEN H G0 Jan7 3m ntr I I I i -- Â¬ fate and the marriage was according- Â¬ ly celebrated at once at the home while playing near the Louisville Monday at the of Dr Peter and in the presence of Nashville trestle that crosses Wilkin Â¬ Head - Sharp son street threw a rock which struck County Clerks office Mr George W only a very few relatives Miss Kate Murphy on the head The Head and Miss PermeliSharp both Hows This wound was slight but quite painful of Owen county were married by W G Neville of the Southern Rev Fell From the Street Car Presbyterian Church Wo offsr One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ Wednesday night Arthur Scott the ward for any case of Catarrh that Buckner Davis The engagement can not be cured by taking Halls young son of Hon James Andrew is announced of Miss Lizzie Davis Catarrh Cure Scott in attempting to board a mov- Â¬ F J CHKNEY Co Props Toledo O ing street car near his home missed formerly of this city but now of We the undersigned have known his footing and fell under the wheels Shelby ville to Dr Thomas Buckner F J Cheney for the last 15 yours and believe h m perfectly honorable in and sustained a number of slight who has recently come to this county ail business transactions and finan- Â¬ upon a bruises One of the front wheels of from Shelby and entered out able marriage cially made to carryfirm any obliga- Â¬ tions the car passed across his right groin practice at Woodlake The by the and the car was stopped just as the it is said will take place about the West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio hind wheel struck him It was first week in June at Shelbyville Walding Kinuan Marvin Whole Â¬ Miss Davis is a beautiful young lady feared at first fchnr the HrMn fellow sale Druggists Toledo Ohio ex- daughter of Col John F Davis orf rannvaA infcni h Halls1 Catarrh Cure is taken interw V V uwu 4UUU11UI IUJU1J UUV 11V A PA nally acting directly upen the blood is getting all right and is now able to WOIUUHHtHUHOr Ul AJJOUUll uic u sister of Mrs Grant Green ir of and mucous surfaces of the system walk about this city She was very popular dur- - Price 75c per bbttle Sold by all A Raft With Flags Wednesday inff her residence here and is held druggists o afternoon a large raft adorned with in equal favor in social circlos at Scotch tferrier Lost flying flags containing 093 logs Shelbyville Those who know Dr measuring 490000 feet andln charge Buckner accord him with the highest Mrs Chas E Hoge of Ingleside of a force of ten men was kodaked praise has lost her little Scotch Terrier at the St Clair street bridge by the -- ATTTanv a mnrri H which answors to the name of Char- Â¬ Blue Booth photographist at the re- - cenBe was issued Monday to George coal It disappeared several weeks quest of Mr Wm Dean who negoti- - w Green andMra Catherine Allison ago and any information leading to ated the sale of the raft to an Indiana its recovery will be suitably rewarded inoo firm by Mr Chas E Hoge at the State Griffin Cronan The Courier- - National Bank 29 tf Lost and Found Mrs A Fox The Journal of Wednesday saye Respess lost her gold watoh Wednes Big Exoimtent in Town day afternoon and within au marriage of Charles J Oronan the druggist at Thirteenth and Chestnut hour or more it was recovered Â¬ remarkable eures by the through Ed Lane colored who had streets and Miss Annie Hamel is an- Over the specific of the age Aunt At the grandest nounced for the near future paid five dollars for it to a colored Kannys Health Restorer which acts same time Miss Lizzie Oronan and ns a uatural laxative man named Wilson who stated that stimulates the wITl digestive organs regulates the liver he had found it in front of the Mr John Griffin of Frankfort and kidneys and is natures great bo married Farmers Bank healor and health renewer Improving Mr Luke Taaffe who Hager Felicetti Mr Henry B If you have Kidaey Liver or Blood Disorder was injured in Lexington last week Hager and Mrs Ida Felioetti were Chapman do not delay but call at Williams drug store for by lumber falling upon him was not married by Rev George Darsie Wed- Â¬ free trial paokage Large size 60c a injured as badly as at first supposed nesday afternoon at 3 oclock at the 46 Christian Ohuroh and is improving rapidly Beware of Ointments for Catarrh m Woolfolk Singleton The Courier-JouThat Contains Mercury None better Mr Thomas Buok rnal of Thursday announced ley writing from the Iron Works Elm St Troy N Y says Dr Bulls the sudden marriage of Miss Vir- As mercury will surely destroy Cough Syrup is one of the finest ginia Singleton to Mr Junius A the sense of smell and com- Â¬ cough syrups for colds None better Woolfolk now of Chicago but form- Â¬ pletely derange tho whole system when entering through the mueous I always use it erly of Louisville Miss Singleton who surfaces Such itarticles should nver m i is a grand daughter of Dr and Mrs be used except on prescriptions from Captain Bweeuey U S A San Arthur Peter of Louisville and has l oputaWe physioiana as the damage Diego Oal says Shilohs Catarrh they will do is ten fold good Remedy is the first medicine I have often visited this eity where she has you can possibly derive to tho them from over found that would do mo anv many friends was engaged it was Halls Catarrh Curemanufacturedby good Price 50 cents Sold by W said to a gentleman in Charlotte N nknnau w Pin 1Vt1skln fi UUIl- v uAWKWT ji JU 1UIOUU SloKeo Hardio 21 and the marriage sot for April tains no mercury and is taken in 0 ternally and acts directly upon 20th Mr Woolfolk was a former suit- blood and mucous surfaces of the Wanted the or his removal to Chicago it was sup- system In buying Halls Catarrh Situation in a country town in posed had dispollod his fond hope of Cure be sure you get the genuine It Kentucky by a first olass news making the young lady his wife but is taken intornahy and made ia Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney and book oompositor Co Address J J 0 No 22 Lexington Avenue Lexing his appoaranoe in Louis ville j Wed JHWSold by Druggist prieo 7ft per nesday was sufiloiont to decide thoir bottle ton Ky 4 Struck on the Head Some boys Matrimonial - M iV w i I -9 j rt s i Â¬ Â¬ FJ Â¬ Â¬ ft1 I SfN ft ZMZetstin Dealers in Vliicles 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 BrotHers t wrfaFMrfMiftigi jWe 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 haveabout 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clo- Â¬ ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices -- i a V l Examine our Stock Before Purchasin MANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mitllable mutter RHYME AND REASON Col GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 25 1898 Thos B Ford Pleads For lis for the montti of June 1883 Rehearing of a Case in a Re Â¬ markable Petition Mothers Recommendation We are acquainted with many mothers in Centerville who would not be without Chamberlains Cough Remedy in the house for a good many No a1 In this case the evidence Is clear That we are suing for unother year Just rend the Adams opinion jou will see On IEebx uar3r 3 1893 we received a UTresIa Hot of LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS -- MR ED P BRYAN Railroad Superintendents at St Louis Elect Him President of Their Association Mr Ed Bryan formerly of this city but now of St Louis was again heard from last week and this time it is his election to the office of Presi- Â¬ dent of the Association of Superinten- Â¬ dents of the railroads centering at St LouiB to fill the vacancy occa- Â¬ sioned by the resignation of Mr J Q VanWinkle who had removed from that city This is regarded as a very important position by the rail Â¬ road men and is an honor attesting the esteem in which Mr Bryan is held by the superintendents of many of the greatest railroads in the country especially noteworthy in his case considering the brief period of his residence in St Louis Mr Bryan is rapidly receiving the recog- Â¬ nition which his ability and experi- Â¬ ence entitle him to and his friends in this city congratulate him on his success which they predict will not end until he has forged his way to the front as among the first railroad magnates of the country viz m Circuit Clerk Thomas B Ford who in the past often invoked the muse with much effect is caught again flirting with the old girl and winning from her the magic power to even make dry facts of law appear an en- Â¬ tertaining poem He has been for years engaged as an attorney by first one and then another county super- Â¬ intendent to prosecute their claims against the State Superintendent for a sum alleged to be due them for taking the school census in 1884 and for which by the change of the school law that year they maintain was not paid to them by the then Superinten- Â¬ dent Pickett In the first case of Superintendent Harrod of this county the Court of Appeals ren- Â¬ dered a decision against the State and the second case of Superinten- Â¬ dent AdamB of Henry county the State won Last week in the Superior Court the case of Superin- Â¬ tendent Victor F Bradley now County Attorney of Scott county was decided against Mr Bradley and Col Ford in the inspiration of the justice of his cause asks the court for a rehearing of the case in a peti- Â¬ tion in rhyme covering all the main issues relied upon and from which the following excerpts are taken Since prose bus failed well try our hand In erse And here our clients cause we will rehearse It Bradley did the work and got no pay lie ought to have It every onti will say This Is the law as settled by the Court In Harrods case and Adams see Report The only Issue here that can be made Is that Vic Bradley has been truly paid It Is admitted that he did the work And never did bis honest duty shirk Reported 67 public schools In 84 according to the rules For each one of them he should have three dollars According to the law which strictly follows This Is admitted by the Appellant lie never will deny it for he cunt In month of June In 1884 Admits the work wis done Just as before But pleads u payment In a wondrous way Neer known before until this latter day The burden being on our grand old State To show the payment here Is what we state In month of August 1883 I set apart this money dont you see One half I paid in January next The other half in June or Im perplexed Except twelve dollars which I owo you yet But here It Is Dear Vic so dont you fret It was a problem that the human mind Grew dazed in contemplating and q6lte blind To set apart in August Eighty three Funds for a debt which never yet might be Tls strange how such a thtngcould be compacted To pay a debt which bad not been contracted And pay that very debt Ave mouths before The worn was done Is btranger problem sure When asked this mystic problem to explain Defendant tried alas but tried in vain And when at last he was directly pressed He candidly and honestly confessed That this receipt which he has tendered here Was simply pay for the precedlnyear Jiut read defendants cross examination And you will llnd sunlclent explanation Tho money paid was for tho year before For 53 schools visited and no more This shows the shortuge of these twelve lone dollars Which us a natural deduction follows Theie being fotir more schools In 84 Required this amount to make it sure In short us we hae stated heretofore The plea is t8 for 84 Tho Adams case dontt bother us u bit For it does not at all our ltsue lit Tho Court In thut opinion only said That Adams claim the previous year was paid Twas bused upon that tuevry alone As by opinion clearly there Is shown Opinion says that Adams could no more Collect for school year ending 84 But now us sure us we are ull ullve Wo sue lor school year ending 86 AMttifcital loa We ZBiaJJfe stzid Paper No Old Stock on Hand V k times its cost and are recommending it every day From personal experience we can say it has broken up bad colds for our children Centerville South Dakota Citizen 50 cent bot- Â¬ tles for sale by J W Gayle druggist lm Â¬ are SeJIing Nothing but Hew Stock PURE DHUGS Physicians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L Gayle ML CHEMICALS Much of Nothing The Courier Journal of Sunday tells the story of a young lady of this city mistaking the tone of the cornet in a church of that city for the human voice and that it was only after some difficulty and much embarrassment that her friends who were with her in the church could stop her from ac The story companying the cornet needs verification but if it was re- Â¬ lated mere as a set off to the ap pearance of the progressive spirit in the choirs in Louisville it might be said in defense of those in Frankfort that the First Presbyterian Church in this city has had a cornet accomp niment for a number of years and for some time past has added to it both the flute and violin g W Jan 21 McKEE HARDIE HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY ly JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO tta f FVi Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hotel short time m I 8They will fill this space with W J CHINN an entire new advertisement in KTVCTk XjU a All Free have used Dr Kings New Discovery know its value and those who have not have tho oppor- Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle free Send your name and address Co Chicago and to H E Buoklen get a sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Free as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household InAll of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and cost nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug 4 Store TIiobo who Â¬ Â¬ JR Of- HELD TO ANSWER Caswell Bennett jr for One of His Many Checks Drawn on His MANAGER In each city town and country place to show samples or Shoes Clothing Dress Goods Watches Jewelry Silverware and have price Man or Lady can make 8500 lists distributed to 1000 per day Send stamp for quick answer CO Louisville Ky to BIGGS W KT 22JLM A A Jan21 3m Father Caswell Jailed Forgery For Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House Kentucky Midland Ky Shortest and Quickest between 1- - Bennett jr son of Chief Justice Bennett was arrested Mon night shortly after his return from Crab Orchard where he has been sojourning for a month and lodged in jail on a felony warrant sworn ODonnell out by Messrs Weitzel December young Ben Â¬ Sometime last nett had a check for 25 cashed by Weitzel ODonnell which bore the signature of Judge Bennett but which when presented for payment An was denounced as not genuine attempt was made by the firm to re- Â¬ cover their money from Judge Ben Â¬ nett in order that his Bon might be spared from prosecution for his crime but the unhappy father who has for years borne with the waywardness of his son and realized that a stand had to be taken sooner or later or the wasting of his accumulations would bo accomplished within a few years re Â¬ fused the accomodation and the arrest was accordingly ordered On Tuesday afternoon the case was called before County Judge Williams who had is sued the warrant when Messrs Jas A Scott and Hal Corbett appeared for the defendant and waived an ex- Â¬ Bond was thereupon amination Â¬ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Kings Royal Gormateur Pre eminently the medicine of the century Its phenominal buccchb as a ftellor and foverite with the people is the aofcnewtaiged wonder of the modkerfn worKL Based upoa the Germ theory of Diseases it 1b unique modern and at once popular com sending itself M a necessary house Â¬ hold remdy Iiauhrettises best by Specific for all Catarrhal its use diseases a Nerve and Blood Purifier It is without docrbt the most reliable germ detsoyer in ex Â¬ istence and to the ecteat that the ttieory te correct Kiags Royal ermctear is the remedy It lino acoident but te tho result of fifteen years study of medical genius For 10 sale by Chapman Williams Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Kajirille Cynlhiana mouth and Coringtra m MIDLAND Aj J v ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY Tio TRAINS RUH BY CENTRAt STAHDABD TIME fit i i SOLID VESTIDULED TRAINS bgetm to In TIME TABLE DEC 12 1BV2 M 1 Orleans A TIME 24 HOURS THE SHORTEST AND QDICKE8T TRAINS E AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn A No I M No 8 v M No 7 12 -- 1 3 m I 600 fiUC Dr Hales Household Ointment Georgetown to Jacksonville TIME 27 HOURS Fla LvSwltzer 011 ance at the term of the circuit court the first Monday in April but as that amount was not forthcoming in pledge the prisoner was remanded to fixed at 300 for Bennetts appear- Â¬ Cures Iv Newtown Neuralgia and Rheumatism Lv Centrevllle Piles like magic Cares Salt Rheum Folid Vestibuled Trains Between Lv Elizabeth Cures In the moab eoothing manner Ar Purls 0 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids CINCINNATI A M CHATTANOOGA Can be Ouros Coughs And Glds No 2 TRAINS WEST RM INGHAM taken internally A positive specific C Lv Paris 820 883 for Pneumonia Cute Bruiees Burns Ar Elizabeth MERIDIAN 888 Ar Centerville Chilblains Sores of long standing 8 47 NEW ORLEANS Ar Newtown Corns and Bunions are cured quickly 900 ArOS Depot B 1085 Ar Jeorcetown different from aH elso superior to all FROM--T- O1042 Ar Johnson -S- LEEPING CAR THROUGH etae it has aooqual2andS0c boxes 1048 Ar Duvail Large siao cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ ArStainpiBKGround 10 55 8 1110 drug store Ar Switzer ters the finest remedy in the world It absolutely euros catarrh It cures Is Lv stamping Lv Duvail Ground B 618 682 39 110 410 422 4110 Solid Vestibuled Trains to St Augustine Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C 8 Depot 641 662 650 709 718 723 737 I 445 462 4G9 6 08 C15 627 636 640 560 A I M No 4 M 1265 110 126 145 165 205 220 245 806 820 880 845 I M i No 8 Nol2 645 627 463 44c- - 632 642 046 664 701 717 710 723 730 744 750 750 805 jail m Street car drivers and others who are constantly exposed to all kinds of weather and cannot find time to lay by should ever boar in mind this fact that Dr Bulls Cough prup cures coughs and colds It is unequalled WantedTo purchase 10 aores near this city Apply at this office Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ anteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Phil Oabpkntbr 8 Bucklona AmacA Salve The best salvo in tko world for Cuts Bruisos Sores Ulcors Salt Rheum Fover Sores Tetter Chapped Knoxvtlle port for and Asheville N G Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort i A 1110 1122 1180 880 062 705 715 785 765 810 820 42i -- 1 ly N A connects with L Direct connections atNewOnennsnnd Shwe Texas Mexico and California B coimocts with Q fc C and L S C connects with K C Leave Krankfor via Kentucky Midland Railway via Geortown646ninsarrlveGlnclnnat 11026 am Quicker than any other line Central Unlcn The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ Alltniins arrlvennddopartfrom tions form tho shortest and cheapest route to all Depot Cincinnati points north south east and west For RiitcBBIupso nddreaq For further information apply to tholr agents 0 H WOODWELL E B WEITZSL C D BEIIOAW D P T A Louisville Ky City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt D r EDWARDS DMILLER GEO B HARPER Geu Supt 9 Pfc 7 A TrafMnClnclnnatl0 u inratnlHBih nBNHBnNHBflMEHflMBHBflHBBHHBHMiHHHHfflHHHBIUBBK jbBHSIHHIbb9rV3BBHBMkHHbBIbmbHbbbbbbbRbH jPI ill mm i- i- - a i saOWBK335tfSra f i iii iiTTTisTTiwmiTm itisTsWIbWwt MMMllyIBBl I i 5 i ii m m si i mum 1 mi TimwiiiiiiTMwwi rr m -- mums I 1 m BUY Direct From the Manufacturer Sulkies ITj Veliieles Wagons Carts m i Buggies Surreys Phaetons iiuckboards 50 115 100 35 etc Also Harness Boots and Covers Harness per set Â¬ YOUR writes - Saddles Horse 1 oo and up 00 and up 00 and up 00 and up 12 50 and up Carts All ether vehicles in proportion and in great variety Saddles 3 00 and up Boots at 00 and up 75 and up wholesale prices 5 Rugs lower prices than ever named on them in gacat numbers and at Horse Blankets and Lap before PLOWS PLOW POINTS- and PLOW GEAR V Oliver Chilled Plows No io S7 50 Granite Chilled g8 and all other styles of Avery goods also Steel Plows of all kinds Syracuse and Hillside Plows 800 Disc and Plain Harrows Clover Seeders Corn Planters Cultivators and Farm Machinery of all kinds Get the Dealers Prices Come to us and see what you save SPECIAL OLIVER CHILLED PLOW POINTS 35 CENTS EACH Tho FRANKFORT MARCH 25 Kentucky Buggy and Factory Headof Broadway Salesroom An Appeal To the Methodists of the Kentucky Con- Â¬ Â¬ Harness Work Ui Opposite Court House saw FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT 18H UNPAID BILLS Auditor Reports tho Frankfort Merchants Claims for Supplies Furnished Camp Buckner DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies rilEPAItKD BTTITE 61 M THE CITY COUNCIL ference of the M E Church South and all others interested in the better- Â¬ ment of our mountain people OF CINCINN AT IO will be at the KentflckyYeterinaryMedicine MT Co l v 9 W t r M S zr i f i LV 4 r p f fr 7 v r k r K - 1 v 7 I A- - t SlVv u A Quiet and Unimportant MeetÂ¬ As directed by resolution of the ing Last Tuesday Wight House last week Auditor Norman on Tuesday reported to that body the All the members or the council list of unpaid claims in this city for were present at the meeting last supplies furnished to Camp Buckner Tuesday night but the character and in August 1891 The matterwas re- Â¬ volume of the business transacted in ferred to the committee on claims open session were not of much public and as the House on Wednesday de- Â¬ interest feated tho resolution for an encamp- Â¬ Rev E A Penick in person made a ment at Chicago next August it is request that the bishops residence in believed that it is significant of the this city be exempted from city taxa-Â¬ members intention to be just before tion The matter was referred to the they are generous and after a full finance committee investigation of the accounts pay A petition of S Meaders for a gro- Â¬ the claimants what may be actually cery license was referred to the li Â¬ due them The following is the list cense committee reported by the Auditor viz A petition of J P Cowmy to build W T Gaines 10 50 Son livery a frame house on Arlington Heights Frank Kennedy ice chest 10 00 was granted 671 26 W L Pence lumber The resignation of Mr H K Braw Henry Gobber nails and buck- Â¬ net ob city assessor was received ets 18 15 and accented Dehoney Graham camp On motion of Mr McOlure the 65 40 furniture council proceeded to elect a city Weitzel ODonnell towels assessor to fill the vacancy and Mr 6 95 etc W V Porter was thereupon unanij Frank S HafT ice 55 65 mouely chosen for the office 4 00 Charles NelBon milk barrel The bond of Joseph Bailey city G L Hannen Co hard engineer with Henry Williams as 6 00 ware security and the bond of Wra WilliB N I McDaniel feeding horses 27 00 keeper of the work house with P A Wm Quarles milk and butand S Fuhs as securities were ac- Â¬ 53 90 ter cepted and filed 66 40 N R R bridge toll L Mr Swigert by request presented Meagher Marshall time a resolution to have some one ap136 40 orders pointed by the mayor to number all D L Haly groceries hard houses in the city not now numbered 860 15 ware etc the expense for which not to exceed 25 centB each house to be paid by the 1991 86 Total owner of the property The resolu- Â¬ tion was referred to the street ooin Look at the size of the ordinary Think of all the trouble and pill mittee clerk was directed to notify disturbanceyouthat it causes you The welcome something Messrs Dry den and Brislan that Wouldnt take and easier in its ways easier to their bid for the opera house had if at the same time it did you more That is the case with Dr good been accepted Theyre ex- Â¬ Pierces Pleasant Pellets The council then went into an the smallest in size the mildest in ecutive session on the consideration action but the most thorough and They follow of the street railway ordinance far reaching in results and deferred action on the same natures niethods and they give help thatlasts Constipation Indigestion until the next meeting Bilious Attacks Sick and Bilious m of and all Tho State vs Penitentiary Lessees Headaohes stomach derangement are and bowels the liver promptly and permanently cured Attorney General Hendriok as di Â¬ rected by the Sinking Fund Commis Â¬ If we cant cure your catarrh no on Wednesday filed the big matter how bad your case or how sioners pay you 500 in suit of the State against the lessees long standing iswell is promised by That what cash of the penitentiary There were five the proprietors of Dr Sages Catarrh Doesnt it prove better different suits aggregating without Remedy Â¬ than any words could that this is a interest 9935895 whioh the Attor remedy Costs that ney General said will present every only 50 cents cures catarrh phase of the question possible for the Reduced Fare to Columbus interest of the State not only includ- Â¬ Â¬ ing the points claimed by the GovernN On April 3d to 15th the L or but also others that will finally Railroad will sell tickets to Colum and conclusively settle all matters in bus Ohio at one fare going and one dispute between tho State and the third fare returning Account of the Annual Convention of the United Mason Foard Co and 0 R Mason Mine Workers of America Co on all contracts save what re H BLogsbon Agent mains of the ten year contract at Eddyville Wanted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i i You have heard how the good peo- Â¬ ple of Manchester have responded to IN LEXINGTON KY our proposition to put ten thousand dollars into school buildings there we Saturday April 8 1893 to raise 5000 and they to raise 5000 Saturday April 29 1893 Their 5000 is pledged to be paid Sattrday May 20 1893 May 1 1893 We have not raised as yet over 2500 of ours and must HEMORRHOIDS Piles without arouse ourselves if we get to work operation uu d with little cured pain or no this spring as we want and expect to REEERENCE8 one who reads this notice or hears it read or hears of its existence or knows of the enterprise Does this Include you If it does not then we would inform you that we want a subscription from you personally You will give it weYeel assured We This enterprise must not fail are too nearly through with it to even consider the possibility of fail- Â¬ ing and there is too much dependent upon it to think of failure Let us have your note for any sum from one dollar up to one thousand dollars payable on demand when the five thousand dollars is raised Yodr pastor will furnish the note What thou doest do quickly Pres Parsonage Shelbwille Ky s m Dear Brethren and Sisters FHOEITIX HOTEL STERLING KY surglca do We want a subscription from each ANTIOSTlNE lor Splints Curbs Spavins Ac Colic ReineJy Utnicu lui Pneumonia lu flueuza Distciiiier etc lieel and Hull Oint- Â¬ A H McClure Frankfort Ky Eye Lotions ment Ointment vV J Hughes Frankfort BiiaierniK Ky 1hyMe fckln Lotion Wart Remedy balls David Moore Benson Ky Woim Pawners stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky ine Toulu Uterine sedative Wound Dressing DR KELLEYS office and residence is at 259 Cough Fluid Mineral Alterative Mixture West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may Tonic and Condition Powders every day of each week except SATUR be found DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one by addressing W I KELLEY M D 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O DRLGGIST 20G StCLAIK STREET UALLS CONSULTATION FREE OLu STAfD Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberich Frankfort hy Rev L F Uulett Benson Ky A W McKee Hardle J Frankfort Ky MARK W McKee Hardie 18 Clara M Poynter -- Home Society m Work Worry and Disease Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Feb 6ra CIUIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllItIBt2 a - Natures Surest Ally If nature did not struggle against disease swift Indeed even In weakly constitutions would be the course of malady to Its fatal While nature thus struggles termination let us lest worse befall us aid her efforts with Experience must Judicious medical help be our guide in battles with disease and that lamp to our feet Indicates Uostetters Stomach Bitters as a safe tried and thorough ally of nature If the blood be In- Â¬ fected with bile if the bowels and stomach are inactive if the kidneys fall to expel im- Â¬ purities of which they are the natural outlet a course of the Bitters Is the purest reliance of the sufferer one moreover that is sanctioned by professional Indorsement and use for no American or nearly nan a centuary foreign remedy has earned greater distinction as u remedy for and preventive of chronic liver complaint malaria constipation kidney and rheumatic trouble and debility are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tiem at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Cohpocnu Oxtoen and ours only The count Â¬ less demoustHitlons of 23 years war Â¬ HIIIHllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllMHllUIIIIIIIllIl5 rant this reply Our treatment is available for home use neither need your occupation b e WARRANTED interfered with Thevalue of these features Is obvious What about your need Abookuf explanation and proor Is yours to consider If asked for now Drs STARKEY PALEN 1529 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa I I SEWING 5 YEARS ROYAL I MACHINE Dec 24 ly BLUE 1893 GBflS8 HUfiSERIES BlHBHHMBoVi - SPRING - 1893 17IRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMlLLÂ¬ grape vines asparagus and everything for the orchard lawn i nd garden Prices low We sell direct and have no agents cata Â¬ logues on application to H F HILLENMEYEB Lexington Ky Mar 11 Miiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii Sni WM rJx Mam CROMWELI Ja2MaV ATTORNEY-AT-LA- V RBAL SSTATJB AGBN1 Franklin nud the adjoining counties ar alio aire pAdal attention to the purohu and Mue of real estate collection er nta elalmi and the aecotUtioa of loan will PRACTICE Df TDK COURTS O Haaalarge High Arm g HMSoll BettlntrNedle g Hm a gelf threadlng Shuttle g HaeNoEqual in Construction S Has a Mechanical Aipearaaoe B H an Elegant Finish S liana Perfect Adjustment a Positive Take up s Has Stylish Furniture Has Has More Good Sewlne Qualities mad does a Lareer Ranire ox General Work g than any Sewing Machine In tho Worla jjj Exanlne THE ROYAL for point if excellence and ysf vrlll buy no other s 1 f r Hmm H SlIltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllltlllHIllllllillllilWIIaf Jan yj oin i ROYAL S M CO Rockford III 1 Â¬ -- V Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to From Danvillle 111 Mrs H J call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Nabors writes I have been using Cure whioh wo are distributing free your remedies for scrofula and am of charge and wo can confidently greatly benefited My back was al Â¬ recommend it as a superior remedy most one solid sore Two boxes of for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Con Dr Halos Household Ointment sumption and all diseases of the healed it entirely throat and lungs It will stop a From Olivo Hill Ky Mrs MJ cough quicker than any known Matney writes May 13 1892 My vomody wo will guarantee it to cure daughter has been a ill ic ted wkn you If your children have croup or erysipelas in her eyes from infaney whooping cough it is sure to give She is now past 19 years old and no instant relief Dont dolay but got 36o box has cured her It cost no a trial bottle free Large size 50c wore tho beet Get a box at Sold by Chapman Williams 1 P H Oartsmtsks drug store 48 Illinois Kentucky ifet Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is tho only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m its efiects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have mado it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in GOc and 81 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H D a MATTEEN Tzaris- - Chesapeake NSW YORK Ohio Ry WASHING Â¬ PHILADELPHIA imler FRANKFORT KY TON mm anu all Eastern Cities Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st KAST HOUND 1892 334 MAIN STREET W vs NOTICE FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Wm Wm Lve Lexington 7 10 x m Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Aecom No Jo dally ex Sun 1140 x M Expiess No 24 dally Vestlbuled 610 p v Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun525r m WK3T HOUND Â¬ Â¬ Cuvitcud Amit Pluliitiff SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK LOUISVILLC KY NY Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cara Through Sleeper from Lexington to New York deceased or his estate aro hereby notified to prr MMit their claims to mo proven as required by without change law or prove them before me on or before the No Bus transfers 27th dav of March lb03 UW FULLEn CBRYAH W II POSEY Asst Genl Pass Agt ienl Pass Agt CommlsBloiiei F Cc Feb lWt Wubhlugtou D 0 Cincinnati CiiUltCHs Hums Ac All parsons having claims against Win Church J No 27 dally ex Sun765 x m Louisville Express No 21 d illy 1240 Lexington Accom No 25dnllrexSan415 p m Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 610 pm LexliiKton ccom Arr Lexington im I 11 nLn mar TV imEiiiiiimiil gfo I i JOHN T BUCKLEY II DEALER IN China Glass and Queensware ST CLAIR STREET REFRIGERATORS Eeligious A Unique Entertainment J fe if re of the most interesting and unique p m entertainments that has ever visited Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in this country A company of orphan boys from the evening at 700 in the class room Dr Bernardos Orphans Home in First Presbyterian Church London will give musical selections Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D from various of the masters also will occupy his pulpit man7 of the popular airs of England morning at 11 oclock and at 730 Scotland and Ireland performing on p m ninetysilver toned handbella mando Â¬ The weekly prayer meeting of the lins dulcimers xylophones and bag-Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Christian pipes Endeavor will be held in the lecture Rev Mr Wookey lecturer and room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ evangelist will tell the thrilling and morrow evening startling story of child rescue work from the horrors of Londonslums A prompt reSouthern Presbyterian Church and dens and will illustrate the lec- Â¬ turn of your money if you got Rev J Ditzler D D of Louisville ture with stereopticon neither benefit nor This is not a show in any sense of will occupy the pulpit to morrow cure Risky terms for the doctor morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m the word but is an attempt on the but safe and sure part of Dr Bernardo to bring more for the patient Everything to Episcopal Church Rev E A fully to the knowledge of the Chris Ipso nothing Thoros just one modi tian world the vast opportunities for gain of its classtothats sold on these conditions Penick the rector will occupy cine his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 good and the marvelous success that just one that could be Dr Pierces Golden Discovery Its to oclock and in the evening at attends the work of rescuing and Modical but its a peculiar a peculiar way tho sell it medicine Its training orphans a work which is guaranteed remedy for all Blood Skin and 730 Scalp Diseases from a common blotch or only in its infancy in this country cleanses eruption to tho worst Scrofula As this is purely undenominational purifies and enriches the blood It The usual CArauLio Church and cures rhoum services nt the Church of the Good and for the entormentand instruction Saltmanner Tetter Eczema Erysipelas and of blood taints from whatever co morrow will be con Â¬ of all every one is invited to be all Shepherd cause It costs you nothing if it doesnt help Tho only question is whether you you ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey present want to be helped the pastor The traveling expenses of the Qoldon Modical Discovery is tho cheap-Â¬ High mass at 8 a m low mass boys and their lecturer are of course est blood purifier sold through druggists bethe good you get you only pay at 10 a m andvespors at 300 p m vory great and there will be a small cause you ask morefor 1 Can The Discovery acts equally well all th admission fee at the door year round Made by Worlds Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ Remember that it is on next Wed sary Medical Association the 063 Main Dispen Â¬ Street at lor the pastor will conduct the nesday and Thursday at 730 p m at Buffalo N Y usual services to morrow at 11 the Baptist Church Eeb 4 ly oclock and at 730 p m Pail to do Their Duty Moores Poultry Remedy Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Everybody hs at times failed to do their duty towards themselves TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE Christian Church Rev George Hundreds of lady renders suffer from 1 market Postively prevents and cures Darsie the pastor will preach to sick headache nervousness sleep Â¬ CHOLERA AND GAPES female tronbles morrow at 11 oclock and at 730 p rn lessness andthe example of Mrs Let More thou pays for Its use In the exfra produc H thorn follow The Secret of Herbochter Stevens Point Wis Morning subject tlon of Power night subject Talcing God who for live years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleep Â¬ His Word at Get a trial box lessness tried physicians and differ The Young Peoples Society of ent medicines without success B ST But FOR Christian Endeavor will hold its one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine WILLIAMS weekly prayer meeting in the caused sound sleep every night aud CHAPMAN is feeling like a new person Mrs she Lecture Room at 650 DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Elizabeth Wheeler Laramie City Wyoming who tried all other reme Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS The Young Mens Prayer Meeting dies declares that after three weeks AND SUNDRIES will be held in the lecture room of use of the Nervine for Headache April 9 lr Nervous Prostration etc the First Presbyterian Church to- Â¬ entirely relieved Sold by she was J W morrow afternoon at 230 oclock Gayle Trial bottle free AGENTS local and travel1 ing at once to sell OrnaThis is in accordance with the origi- Â¬ noses mental Shrubs Trees and Fruits nal agreement that they would meet Death of Miss Florida Robinson ence unnecessary Salary and expensesExperi palu weekly a month consecutively in each Permanent positions No security re The sudden and lamented death of quired Must furnish references us to good church and then go to another this dear young lady at her home in character church CHARLES H CHASE Rochestflr N Y Bridgeport Friday night March 17 Mar 25 2m Mention this paper calls for more than a mere passing The Union Sunday school Teachers notice She was one of the brightest meeting assembles each Wednesday at and sweetest spirits I ever knew A 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian Ohribtian from her young girlhood Â¬ was hardly a grace Church Every Sunday school teacher there character which she or excellen- Â¬ did not emcy of in the city is cordially invited to atÂ¬ body in herself She was the very tend soul of kindness goodness gentle ness and amiability She delighted to do good and her own pleasure or Why Dont You Stop comfort were always secondary to the happiness of those around her Â¬ Those words are very familiar to She was pure as the breath of morn- CURES H0THKS EOT PILES our readers ae not a day passes irtth ing and her whole being responded oat the report of tho sudden death of to what was pure as the opening some prominent citizen The ex- Â¬ buds to theeenial spring time Warm A SURE and CERTAIN CURE planation is Heart Diaeanes There Â¬ and affectionate in her attachments known for 15 years as tho BEST fore beware if you hare any of the she won the hearts of all who knew REMEDY FOR PILES following symptoms Short Breath her Her cheerry greeting was a ben- Â¬Â¬ rrtptndb IlICIURDSOlf TAYLOR USD CO BTLODI8 Pain in Sldo Smothering Spella ediction and her smile a ray of heav Swollen Ankles Asthmatio Breath enly sunshine Through the whole ing Weak and Hungry Spells Ten Â¬ community where she lived sho was derness in Shoulder or Arm Flutter everybodys friend and everybody ing of Heart or Irregular Palso hers And now that sho has been ta- Â¬Â¬ Those symptoms mean heart disease ken the sorrow is great and univerThe most reliable remedy is Dr sal The crowded and tearful gath T WILL MAKE APPLICATION TO THE of Councllmen of Frank Miles New Heart Care which has erincr at her funeral last Sunday af X BoardIts first regulur of the city April 18U3 fort nt meeting In saved thousands ef lives Book of ternoon told more strongly thanÂ¬ for a penult to erect two frame cottuges on my testimonials free at J W dayles words could do tho esteem aud affec lot on Conway street In said cltr A W CROMWELL who also sells the New Heart Care 1 tion in which sho was held But if Mar 18 21 Â¬ On next Wednesday and Thursday Rev H G evenings at 730 oclock in the Bap Henderson the pastor will preach to morrow at 11 oclock and at 730 tist Church there will be given one Methodist Church thus beloved by those without what was she not to those within her own little family circlo to the stricken mother sister and brother Truly to them was she the very light of life and words can not picture the desola tion her going brings It is like the setting of the sun With dark night succeeding But stars of hope have already arisen which seem as though her own beckoning hand were calling them to the skies Patience dear affected ones a little while and she -- AND DEALER IN- Bhall be yours again God will keep her safely until the time of your home coming And then she shall be Gas given back forever Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his IPB AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO I heard a voice from heav saints JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK en saying write blessed are the dead GUARANTEED who die in the Lord from henceforth Opposite FRANKFORT KENTUCKY State House yea saith the Spirit that they rest from their labors and their works do G D follow them 44 DWARD CLAASSE PEACTICiLX Plumber GasSteam Fitter 1 Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Â¬ 3Sf SAPOLIO Are Quickly Married Try It SText House Cleaning1 July2 ly L B Â¬ la W A STour GAINES MARSHALL L B MARSHALL CO Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance AKts 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 3 OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A ie m - Â¬ SALE A Apply to Frame Cottage L B MARSHALL I FINE FARM 85 7 ROOMS WITH IN OF CHOICE LAND 210 OF South Frankfort A LOT red BY 200 FEETTins OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED Is o He for sale good Frankfort property Is In good repair und Is well located Agents CO Â¬ A Good Investment TSOFFEREDIN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON X wappmg street west oi air o u uoimes residence This property will be offered as u whole at a bargain or It will be sold In lots or 40 For terms or 50 feet front to suit purchaser CO Agents L B MARSHALL apply to Â¬ In one ot the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements jconslst of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms u large stock In barn and all other necessary Improvements order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession ulven 1st of March For further In Â¬ formation apply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL WANTED Â¬ Frankfort Ky Â¬ FOR TABLERSPIIC TSJENT PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets South Frunkfort consisting ot one large brick residence aud ten valuable bulMlng lot We consider this property the Creum of the as It 1 unquestionably tho beBttobe ON MURRAY Market EXUM PROPERTY a desirable location If you street consisting of a brick residence of 6 had In the city Would wish you to purchase on advise rooms and ubout two acres of land This prop for a home wo erty Is well locuted 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 mak Â¬ ing a very desirable home For terms apply to FOR SALE LB MARSHALL sale Â¬ Agents CO Farms For Sale H acres or land three rooms 100 ACRES OF LAND FOR RENT THE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS WITH ground known as the Orphans Homo This property on Third street South Side with moderate Improvements property will be nut in thorough repair as soon quality with first class as rented Apply to 220 acres of laud of line CO Agts Improvements L B MARSHALL The above three tracts of land are located on a good turnpike road five and a half miles from Frankfort For terms apply to WITn A RESIDENCE OF LB MARSHALL CO Agents Farm For Sale OF 150 ACRE Â¬ Â¬ NOTICE FORSALE sion given immediately FARM OF FORTY ACRES OF GOOD n good new A SMALLland MILES from Frankforton Posses alt In grass locuted road THREE Â¬ WITH MQDERATF locnted on a good turnpike only two miles from Frankfort Most ot this laud Is In A FARM Improvements Â¬ IB MARSHALL 4 CO Agents and would ralsa good tobacco dairy farm L B MARSHALL G rass 8c Tixriber or a make CO good Ageata vWj tjk kila Atjd WHnAffTifolllMfll son ESWBlIBgKffi5 umphrie I Om Ready Made Clothing Wc 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 faet all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you w ill take a look at our clothing before buying Â¬ c s Tailoring Department q JnL s s E L v 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 wre feel sure it will only require an examination to convince yon 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¬ ison nSB83Kttn Miles tall wmisssosgmjiziaESESssiMsssatJi Â¬ Huasoo- - Humpriries wmrnwrnmwMWrrrtrttttt aaa i GasseU I Mr John Pierce is tearing down his from Rodmans corner True it is house that he built here last year fastened with iron anchors but of andis moving it out to the Zook lot what account are archors when the Benson pike wall to which they were fastened is Â¬ Â¬ down Mr Will Pierce has rented the torn for props A dollars worth of lumÂ¬ may in this case save ber Pence farm and moved there with a thousand dollars damage and pre- Â¬ his family vent accident like the Hotel Claren- Â¬ Mr Horndon of Bridgeport has don Social Events died in Louisville Saturday of core county She possessed those lovable bought the Sol Crockett place of Teachers trustees and friends of Mrs R Crockett and is moving in bro spinal miningitis The deceased traits of character which won her a education should read Home and The first German after Lent will be this week was a cultivated aspiring younjj man large circle of friends both in the given the State It would at the Oapital Hotel one night Mr Joe Williams has rented the School numerous organ whose efforts to win the full measure county and in this city where she in the settle disputes It favors led Will Pierce place and moved in April and better school houses teachers and of success in life gave abundant had often visited and her sudden by Mr first week in and Miss be Marie pay while the promise of fulfillment After se- Â¬ death was a painful shock to all Pepper John Cannon Mrs Betsy Ann Moore has rented house axe its aessay on gem school is literary but it the Henry Sargent place curing all the advantages of a liberal who knew her The funeral occurred does not apply to Mrs Lindsey on Shelby street Mr Will Tracy will raise corn this Pea Ridge education in this State he obtained Sunday at the Bridgeport Ohuroh South Side entertained the Oapital year on Fleetwood Farm employment as a teacher in Texas and the remains were buried in the Literary and Social Club Tuesday Messrs Jim Tracy and Will where he remained for several years cemetery of this city Dennis will crop together this year evening earning high raise With the money Moore Mr Ashbury Moore for- Â¬ The many friends of Mr Bud he contrived to save he came to merly of this city and brother of Mr Miss Pearl Phillips entertained a Louisville and entered upon a course W A Moore died at Pleasureville number of her friends at her home Orutcher will be sorry to learn that SHOVE he still remains very low j on Wilkinson street Tuesday night in medicine last September with the Monday All readers of the Roundabout the Si intention to pursue the study in other srama ovjPfes last few weeks consider themselves Merchant Mr Lapette F MerÂ¬ eities until he considered himself lucky that they are not Governor of t Good Looks m BrtxJWi thoroughly qualified to practice His chant a nephew of Mrs 0 J Smith Kentucky or Judge of Good looks are more than skin county The climate round Franklin and cousin of Mrs R L Grinstead both of sudden untimely death was a sad deep depending upon a healthy con- Â¬ blow to his parents to whom he was of Bollepoint died in Louisville dition of all the vital organs If the these gentlemen is decidedly warm a devoted son The progress of the Tuesday and the remains were Liver be inactive you have a Bilious The Ridge is jubilant Splendid FOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Look if your stomach be disordered weather wlioat looking well stock disease was so rapid that his mother brought to this city for interment i you have a Dyspeptio Look and it in good condition oats sowed pota- Â¬ AnaorreeableLaxntivo and NERVE TONIC and sister Miss Mattie who took the Mulligan The friends of Senator your kidneys be afflicted you have a with the Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 25c 50o first train on the receipt of the sum Â¬ JameB H Mulligan of Lexington Pinched Look Secure good health toes planted ahealth goodonions and und SLOOpor package Samples free exception of few colds The Favorite TOOTH TOWTJS Elec- peas up and our county road open for mons did not have time to reach his were deeply pained to lea rn of the and you will have good looks for tho Teeth and Breath 86c The death on Sunday of his five year old tric Bitters is the great alterative andÂ¬ another twelve years legal campaign For sale by W McKee Hardie bedside before he expired these vital orfuneral took place Sunday afternoon daughter Henrietta Duke Mulligan Tonic acts directly onBlotches Boils HALLS OLD STAND Jan28 ly A grand fox hunt took place here gans Cures Pinples at two oclock at the Forks of Elk by scarlet fever Sold last Monday with all attachments and gives a good complexion horn Baptist Ohuroh and the re Â¬ at Phil Carpenters Drug Store 4 hounds horns and yells The fox is Curtis W R Curtis who at one well known here is respectable and mains were laid to rest in the ceme Â¬ s time had charge of the Kentucky comes of a good family and he tery of this city Plaid Silks would have eat the whole party but Â¬ River Improvements died at Savan they wero too tough On Saturday morn Â¬ nah Ga the first of this week Alexander For shirt waists in the latest color Kentucky MidlandRailroad Co ing Mrs Alexander wife of Repre Â¬ ings very Last winter OHara The friends in this city of variety stylish wo offer a large being made by an excavation was the side of the sentative Lewis Alexander of Owen Mrs OHara wife of Judge James Sam D Johnson Co Clarendon Hotel in Lexington and COMMISSIONERS SALE county died in her room at the 27 because no braces were used to prop OHara of Covington will bo pained Capital Hotel of erysipelas the result the walls the side wall of the hotel td learn that she died at Hot Springs fell with a crash dragging down tho of a slight bruise inflicted accidentally Arkansas on Monday The deceased Pea Ridgo roar wall of two stores with it Had Mechanics TrustFKANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT by striking her foot against a ohair is Company to the Hardie family of in the In Enulty We met the enemy It was but a few months ago that Mr thisrelatedand has often visited them Coraodore it fallenmen would day timo probablyÂ¬ The Home vs twenty Construction Company crushhave been city Perry 1813 Alexander was called to mourn the as well as Mrs L ed A few dollars worth of timber BY VIRTUKE OF THE JUDCKMKNT REN 0 Norman a hove cause at February term death of a daughter and now in the she last visited a few monthswhom The nefarious attempt to closo our for braces would have saved several 102 dered In the public sale to the highest and I will sell at ago road to Frankfort failed The case thousand dollars damage best bidder on death of his beloved wife his cup of Tlioso having dharge of the work Mr Thos Carter who was tried before Judge Williams last sorrow is full to overflowing The Carter 3 1S93 Saturday and the court decided that on Main stroet Frankfort have done In the city house Frankfort bereaved husband who with his for a time was a clerk in the In Â¬ one man did not have the right to the right thing and not taken a at the courtthe hourdoor 12 oclock m of on a credit Ky about of and later for a num Â¬ shut up a county road to save putting foolish risk but have taken down the of three months the following property or so wife made numerous friends here surance Bureau necessary much during their stay in this city has the ber of years an insurance agent in up his fence or to compel his fellow wall of tho adjoining house before 68053 thereof as muyofbo tho debt to raise 818 tho amount Interest and commonoing to dig This was a cost herein to wit citizens to travel in a direction that sympathy of the entire community this city died on Monday at the they Thirty five of didnt want to go and swell the veYy sensible proceeding and shows tucky Midlandllrst mortgage bonds euch the Ken Railroad Company as well as that of the Legislature MaHonio Home in Nashville Ten Â¬ receipts of a soulless corporation that tho parties understand their bonds for 100000 and all dated 1st of sold day of An attack on our liberty is at all business Tho damage always comes August 1883 and due 1st duy of August 1018 said which gave expression to its sorrow nessee of paralysis aged about severespectively G04 G05 GGti times offensive and is still moro from a point least suspeotod when- Â¬ bonds being numbered G13 years The remains arrived in a suitable resolution The remains nty-five GO m GOD G106U 612 GU 615 616 617 618 in house iB torn away from the 620 621 622 were taken to New Liberty Owen here Tuesday morning wore received offensive thethis case boon clored fact ever part of a always weaker so the 6 9 631 632 33 623 624 625 626 627 628 62D we othor part is road ciu and 637 and all that had it 630 631 635 county the homo of the deceased at the station by a delegation of should have to go nearly a rnilo out would bo the part of wisdom to have Issued by the said Kentucky Midland Railroad Company add payable to bearer and each of said whore the interment took place on Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M and of our way and pay tribute to the the other part of tho house thorough- Â¬ bonds having semi annual Interest warrants or Monday deposited in the vault at the ceme- Â¬ party closing it The Soribo congrat Â¬ ly examined by a oompetont archi Â¬ coupons attached each being for thirty dollars Purchaser to give bond und sufficient surety ulates the people on their victory tect or civil engineer Tho wall next beurlHR Robinson Miss Florida Robinson tery and tho court on the wisdom of its to the State National Bank soems effect of Interest from date to havo the force and replevin bond W II POSEY dangerous to any one viewing it Mar 25a2t Dr J S Norwood decision sister of Dr Owen Robinson of Norwood Master Commissioner the county and niece of Mr Joseph Robinson of this city died at her Freeman Mr John Sidney Free home near Bridgeport Friday night man a young unmarried son of Mr of last week of cerebrospinal meninO T Freeman of near Dncker sta gitis The deceased was about tion and a nephew of Col Thomas twenty four years of age and for W Scott of the same neighborhood several years taught a school in the Deaths father of Mr C J Norwood State Inspector of Mines in this city died Saturday at his home in Columbia Missouri The son attended his fathers funeral in Columbia on Mon- Â¬ day wm13 H Â¬ ffl i Â¬ 4 k tf ji jjhjufc -- limiTrtiiriiiriii iii ilililiiiriiv mil - I n nf -- T TffFiywKfW ut 100 DO TkiffENS week Xlft Fine Dress Shirts NOW FOR SPRING SUITS scarce Double breasted Sack suits in black and We have them for Boys at blue Wale Serges are tipped for the strong sellers 10 up to 15 Mens 12 1 jSi8 20 and 22 NEOK m were placed on sale this Nearly half sold They go WEAR now at TS CENTS All linen French Embroidered Bosoms To Day TO DAY we be ready for the Men and Boys who want first pick The fellow who waits late this season to buy his suit will get left The desirable styles are very Well Spring shapes in the colorings Rufus Waterhouse and Louis Auerbachs makes The very best a i NEW uataaaauacaEaaauaujEuauBaeiJ New DEPARTURE place on sale about 500 Mens Spring Suits last seasons but all guaranteed perfect Broken sizes of course Out of the big lot any man can thats why the sale be fitted CENTS IS OUR STRONG LINE Small dealers and Furnishing houses sell at 75 cents SO XH uaauEaiaanauauuuuuuauuaauiau cauauaaaiaauacaBaiaaiaauatiaua BLOUSES And Junior Suits be much worn this by the little fellows They go together Sizes The suits come in light 3 to 7 and dark cheviots black and blue worsteds black and colored velvets the latter silk lined Blouses white and colors Youll have to buy these goods early if you get They were sold at the latter price and 15 very few below Our price for choice will be 10 18 Boys Suits tfi - WILL Â¬ JTZL correct shapes VJ JZLi Â¬ EDWIN C BURTS fine shoes for Ladies and Misses We have their full line and all the new Tan Shades Our Mens line of fine shoes stronger than ever before We have the Tans in all the O S tliqm EaiiaaEaBHEaEUGaEaEuuautieci EnrjanaranRaranniaiseiFsaEnEnFinnin LADIES SEE THE LADIES BARGAIN COUNTER HATS IN HATS the strongest line of Bovs Knee Pants Suits to sell at that weve ever shown Double breasted are the best sellers and considered the1 correct thing They come in light and fancy cheviots black and blue serges and cheviots All wool and the best make Finer ones up as high as Si 5 Wed advise you to buy early Good styles are very scarce VS START SPRING TJIF ESEASON THEDAY with TO I EncnriaRisrinniaraiririEinBnEinnBirtGE EUEEiEidEaujB5icaEaEaeuEyEUEj Big lot of them go at less than One half pried Only see your size and you are sure to buy them nnnnnmcinnaccineinanaclaciaEaEOi caEauatfacaEUBaaucufiaiaacaifiia 10 SIX DOZ Hose just arrived about Extra- shades also black ordinary values at k M ENS New Spring Half HTSALL THE MTS NOVELTIES The new Blue Gray Dunlap Bag year Fancy Shirts Mens new Fancy Percale ings just the thing for present wear Two Collars and one Shirt- Â¬ 1 Full line This is the great Trunk and See our great line before buying GENTS C G French Lisle Half Hose for 50c in all the new shades Cedar Grovo Crutcher FRANKFORT MMBI Starks LOUISVILLE v W Ki v I pair cuffs detached 150 Star and Monarch Brands fall l Jlll Friends sowing to- Â¬ t t 2 M Saturday night March 25th will be presented the great comedy drama FURNISHED BY GLOVER bacco beds DUBRETT a well selected of Friends LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Marshall of Honey company whichwith The Misses embraces almost all Suckle are on the sick list this week of the original cast That it will lease the patrons of the Opera Sales on our market for the week Delightful weather for visiting ouse there can be no question for justclosedamountto3728 hhds with Ground hog and greens are in de period it is a piny that appeals to all The receipts for jthe isame mhIa1 h ILof 230 mand H Mln n Unison a name Friends ib an appropriate uiiuo oaicouii uuriuuittauaiuuauuit Miss Ruth Sargent who has been one as it gives a key to the whole uary 1st amount to 41340 hhds Sales visiting friends on Benson has re Â¬ story upon which the drama is con of the crop of 1892 on our market to turned home structed It is the firm friendship of date 47372 hhds There Mr Lego Hulette of Benson visit Â¬ two young men whose loyalty is conditionis not much change in the on of our market this ed his fathers family in Frankfort tested by that still higher and nobler new burley tobacco The week re Â¬ market quality of love The friends love Saturday and Sunday the same woman but the hero con- Â¬ mains steady at tho improvement Mr Frank Robinson whJ has beenÂ¬ ceals his affection and assists his which was reported last week Re- Â¬ visiting friends in Illinois has re- friend along the proverbial rough ceipts of the week were somewhat turned home course of true love The plot Is not smaller than they have been for Mr Elza Tracy was the guest of new out it is developed so simply some weeks pastquotations fairly rep Â¬ The following and natural that it possesses the Miss Georgia Smith last Sunday freshness of novelty The heroine resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ Mr Benton Moore of Pleasureville is Marguerite a famous singer at bacco 1802 crop visited the family of Mr Francis the opera Her father is an old man Trash dark ordamaged 5 00 Moore Saturday and Sunday 3 50 under the curse of drink habit The tobacco 7 60 visited Miss secret of the girls parentage and of Common Oolory trash 5 50 Miss Anna Sheets an inherited fortune is possgssed by Medium to good colory Birdie Hulette last Monday 7 50 9 00 trash Hunting director of the Opera 7 00 We are very glad to hear that Jep House He determined to win the Common lugs not colory 5 00 8 00S 9 50 singer and her fortune in marriage Common Colory lugs and Jim are soon to be brothers-in-laand to acoomplioh this he detains Medium to crood colorv lugs the father inhis home and keeps him 000 11 00 of Tucker drunk Miss Hallie Goins Marguerite goes there to Common to medium leaf 8 50 13 00 Branch visited her aunt near Ben Â¬ And her father and is met by her Medium to good leaf 13 00a 15 00 son last Saturday and Sunday 15 QOQj 20 do lover This leads to the catastrophe Good to fine leaf Miss Nanie Baker of Frankfort is The lover accuses her of dishonora select or Wrappery 20 003 24 00 tobacco visiting Miss Florence Moore of Ben ble oonduct but only learns the trne nature of her visit when her father is son this week found there dead The last aot is Cholerine in Pennsylvania Miss Ruth Moore visited Miss given to reconciliation and the story Jennie Hulette last Saturday of reunited lovers is charmingly de Â¬ Swickley Penn We had an epe Among the list of names demio of cholerine as our physicians Sudduth picted Misses Cora and Hettie visitsd Miss Annie Miles last Friday given of the company brought to called it in this place lately and I gether is Miss Selena Fetter a well Mr Charlie Goins is contemplating known leading lady Theodore Ham- Â¬ made a groat hit with Chamberlains Oolio Cholera and Diarrhcoa a large crop of tobacco this year ilton one of the best delineators of I sold four dozen bottles of itRemedy in one We hope he will succeed old men characters 0 A Handyside week and have since sold nearly a Mr Bobby Sudduth of Tioga is late with Robson and Crane Lucius gross This remedy did the work and going to keep toll gate this year Henderson a pianist of some note was a big advertisement for me We wonder what is the attraction E D Lyons Bertha Livingston Several persons who had been trou Â¬ Louise Wakelee Katie Baker and with for there the author Edwin Milton Royle apd bled werediarrhoeaby a two or three weeks cured few doses of Tues- Â¬ others The engagement is for one this medicine The party at little Bills last day night was largoiy attended night Saturday March 25th P P Knapp Ph G Everyone seemed to enjoy them- Â¬ 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by selves J W Gaylo druggist Tho Verdict Unanimous lm Mr Earnest Moore and Nelson and Is Marriage a PailureP Jethro Sudduth of Sulphur Spring It pleases tho lawyer aad hie client are freauently seen on the Tioga too to have tho verdict of the jury Ridge There is some attraction of unanimous Have you boon trying to get the A great jury composed course of the American public iaa rendered best out of existence without health Have you been Miss Georgia Smith visited Miss an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales in your family Household Cough Cure as a medicine wearing out you life from the eflccts Hattie Goins last Tuesday agreeing that its promises ofa speedy of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Well we would like to tell the oity cure for coughs colds and bronchial Indigestion Are you sleepless at is to troubles are always carried out to nifcht Do you awake in the morning how pleasant and Birls near the Cedar Grove nice it but spaoo the letter This pleasant verdict has feeling Jagid with coated tosgne and time will not permit at present so not boon obtainod without great pains and sallow haggard looks Dont do we will defer it till Bomotimo later on taken to make it the best cough cure it AVhoMt ia the camp tells bow Beauty on tho market Try a bottle when AuntJwayB Health Restorer hsm you have a cough or cold and you cured others it will cure you Trial For Sale or Rent My dwelling will belong te the unanimous ever package free Large size 60c at house on Ann street Williams after For sale by J H Gaxphntkr Ohapnifkn 40 1 J T Buokley druggist tf Farmers are very LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR-KET buBy AN EXTHAOEDIUAEY OFFER w J -- Â¬ The ROUNDABOUT One Year and Hon Igna Â¬ tius Donnellys Latest Work for 125 Merrill Co of St Paul Minn br una one yeirs subscription In act twice may obtain The Golden 0 tie tli lute t boJk from the pen of tn t gifted Hod Ignatius Donnelly upon the payment to u of the small a Mltlonal sum of 2 cants or 7E If cloth binding Is desired The retail nrlce of the book is 50 cents and 125 froiu which Itcents be will seen that we wife u liberal premium for piyment In advance UMoreM wUo may wlsh t0 sucn one dollar for on yeS Mbwlptton Parent Ths newspapers of the country will show the esteem In which xne Golden uWXSWu i11 the critics A copy of It may W seen at this office by V weugeoi me inuiviami tn s dook h the gospel of unlversil brotherhood -- Now York Journal No one can say that Ignatius Donnellys latest book The Golden Battle is not readable and in- u noDia pie i tor cunncy hi i AitniMm urn uook u H rimirkiblr 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