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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zsryr f vtwqnwtP vSfw JA The tol xvi Frankfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 32 FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY APRIL 15 1893 Latest U S Govt Report BLOWING UP A HOUSE Miscreants Place Dynamite Undor Matilda Langfords New House on the Versailles Turnpike Â¬ i Highest of all in Leavening Power -W V V vvvvmwmmirww WW wvwvpvvrv ww www Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE from there wired the family of the bride and begged forgiveness for Have you ever noticed when youre buying berries their precipitate action Later in the by the peck week they arrived in the city and That those on top nre large and ripe without a were given a warm family reception 8Ot or speck While those beneath are small and green not and the maternal blessing worth the looking at They will make their home in And almost worthless have you ever noticed Louisville where the groom is well that and favorably known and enjoying Have you ever noticed In the winter when the the important position of assistant days are cold The Iceman leaves a larger chunk than what engineer and superintendent of the Louisville Water Works your box will hold But when the days are scorching hot and nearly Of the bride a handsome bright fry your Tat amiable young lady and a popular Deleaves the merest trifle have you ever noticed member of society here it is un- Â¬ that necessary to speak She is known by Have you ever noticed that the man whos always everyone and all confidently predict telling you About the wondrous things hes done and what for her a happy future oclock startled tho people of this city and caused them to wonder if some terrible accident had not taken place As malicious as tho unknown perpe Â¬ trators of tho explosion may have been they did not intend to do any An explosion Monday night about 9 The Finest Line of Fishinsr Tackle LawD Mowers Have You Noticed ThatP i hes going to do Is loafing at the present time his purse flat Is busted Deafness Cant Be Cured rA W f 1 By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear MAIN BROADWAY is only one way to cure deafnave you ever noticed fishermen all have such There and ness that 1b by constitutional awful luck remedies Deafness is caused by an The mammoth fish they nearly got fell back Into inflamed condition of the mucous the brook lining of tho Eustachian Tube When And while of great fresh water whales they wildly the tube gets inflamed you have a chat rumbling sound or imperfect hearing They bring homo tiny minnows have you ever and when it is entirely closed deaf noticed that ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ YOU are cordially invited to call and Have ever noticed ofllce eeekers ere election flammation can be taken out and this Becovers His Speeoh tube restored to its uormal condition day our- Giasp everybodys hand and something kind and hearing will be destroyed forever Alphonoo Hempling of Summit nine cases out of ten are caused by township Butler Co Peniu made an examine fetching say in- Â¬ twelve-year-olAnd who when safe In ofllce with a salary big catarrh which is nothing but an afildavit flamed oondition of the mucous sur- Â¬ who hadthat hisSt Vitus Dance son and fat for Magnificent Display of House Furnishings had Forget tho humble voter have you ever noticed face was give One Hundred Dollars twelve years lost his speech throe We will that cured alter for any case of deafness caused by completely Dr Miles using S M Restorative Carpets Rugs bottles Chamber Suits catarrh that ive cannot cure by Nervine ofand also recovered his taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for speech Thousands testify to won- Â¬ GAZLAY DUVALL circulars free Mattings Folding Beds derful cures from using it for ner- Â¬ Marriage The Surprising Sequel of vous diseases dyspepsia nervous Tho First Locomotive debility dullness confusion of mind to a Friendly Visit Which Miss Linoleums Hall Racks c Four doses of this headache Annie Duvall Made Last The Courier Journal last week had Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns Week Lace Curtain Side Boards this to say about the railroad from South Bend Ind who had been suffering with constant headache for Louisville to Frankfort The first throe mouths Trial bottle and eleÂ¬ nnnei The end of a romantic oourtship by esjiay Portiers Book Cases Mr Webster Gazl ay of LouiBville locomotive engineer that ever pulled gant book free at J W Qaylos 4 a lever in Louisville was James Sut forthehearkandihand of MiB8 Annie China Silks 1849 came here from Extension Tables Jeffreys Lewis Duvall daughter of Judge Alvin ford who in Philadelphia He had in charge the city came Duvall deceased of this Muslins Chairs Rockers unexpectedly to a termination in first locomotive the Louisville built At the Opera House on Monday for the old Louisville and evening April 17th the distin marriage last Saturday Mr Gazlays by Norris Wall Papers And Wood Mantels Acquaintance with Miss Duvall dates Frankfort railroad Hank Lane a guished emotional actress Jeffreys back several years ago when as a tall raw boned man from Boston Lewis and her superb supporting oivil engineer superintending the who had been an apprentice in the company make their initial bow to No trouble to make your selection as our Stock in each de- oonstruction of the water works of Norris works came with Sutford to our public The play selected to partment is the largest southof the Ohio river sot machine it having this city he found ample time to help sent up the pieces on a fiatboat introduce Miss Lewis is the intensely here in Prices Guaranteed the Lowest interesting society drama Societys perform splendid service for the com been down the Ohio from Pittsburgh Half World pany as well as to survey a right of It is a dramatization of way to the goal of his highest hopes After the engine was put in order Dumas celebrated novel La Demi from which has also been Other formidable rivals entered the Sutford took the throttle and Lane Monde I never shall for taken field and endeavored to reach the was his fireman The Crust of Society same destination by a shorter route get said an old citizen yesterday Fringe of Sooiety etc Miss j what a tremendous Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies but as their lines had to cross Mr on Sutford by owners raid was made Lewis has spent over a year in of houses near dramatizing and rehearsing the Gazlays pre empted right they at the road to get him the last abandoned the solid earth and slowline of passing their places to run play and it will receive a magnifi- Â¬ They cent production Monday when MANHOOD RESTORED sought to accomplish their purpose evening the 8ANATIVO were afraid he would shake down Although this is Miss Lewis WonderfulooldSpanish first by an overhead air line route Great with a itemed Is Soon after appearance in this city she is not un- Â¬ Wrltton Ouorontoo progress had been made by the rivals their chimneys or walls to euro nil NeiTous Dis the Louisville got in good working known to us for many of our resi- Â¬ eases such as Weak who were rising higher and higher to Memory Loes of Brain WANTED overcome the obstacles that inclosed ordor Sutford put Lane at tho throt dents have seen her in New York and Power Headache Salary or Commission Paid Weekly Wakefulness Lost Man tle and placed the late Edward Gilli tho larger oities and her great repu- Â¬ hood Nervousness Lasthe citadel of their ambitious efforts gan steady work relluble stock outfit free no ex- Â¬ situde all drains and who was buried last Sunday in tation hus long ago preceded her hugh mountain frowning upon like a Before After Uso loss of power of the perience needed to Write for terras und testi- Â¬ monials Refer this paper Photographed from life upon a travelers pathway and the the coal box About that time the She has surrounded herself with a WHMHHMaiaHHnHaHHi Generative Organs la VlbUCt OCA excessive and Frankfort railroad put perfect company beautiful costumes OTtr ezertlon youthful Indiscretions or thohU4 JJ NURSERYMEN J B NELLISCO alow and measured methods of Mr Louisville ROCHESTER ase of tobacco opium or stimulants which ultimately NY Jef- etc April 16 Ut and Insanity and the engagement here lead to Infirmity Consumption tho vest pocket Tut up Gazlay to attain the same disidera- - on engines in tho order named 1rlco Inconvenient form to carry In Henry Oldham Frank- Â¬ should prove a notable event Ot a package or for 5 With every 3 order we Rive a tum seemed to leave the publio in ferson written guarantee to ouro or refund the Shelby and then the Jaok fort money Sent by mall to any address Circular free doubt as to which would getthore In plain envelope Mention this paper Address SADDLE MADRID CHEMICAL CO Branch Ofllce for U S A ilrst and win the plaudits which sue son In those days locomotives wore 353 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL known by their names instead of cess always commands FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY DY numbers as they are now identified In the meanwhile as the sequel NO 156 P H CARPENTER Drilflfllst nroved Mr Qazlav thoucrh slow was These were built by Norris of Phila- none the less sure and enterprising delphia Baldwin of Baltimore and National Saddle Horse Register Soutth S3iclcs August 18 ly Figuratively speaking by quiet and the old Hinkloy works at Boston Sired by the Great Jloscoe diligent toil at a tunnel from a point For ninnv months they were great BBSTIKQUIUTY HOST w qcmirr Cures view unobserved by the rival ho ouriositios to tho people of Louisville Throat Consumption Coughs Croup Soro of Sold hv all DrueeUts on n Guarantee byBeauty NoCOlNSHR lstdiim 1 that Parb of Kentucky through was brought suddenly before tho For a Lame Side lJacl or Cheft Qhilohs Porous by Mntdc 2d dam will give grestfatifacripn 25 cents by American Clay 3d dum lady on last Friday and tho surrender which they run Edward Gilligan Plaster jm v e fcnian picked up hero that OMiKTTfiwIcinq VITALIZES wihrcs was made the next day before the wns tho Voided In 1838 dark bay with black Note Mm 1 R rritrniinnfrt1tmn fnVDt points IGIl- hands litli Fine maun mid tall with 8hllunaVitaUzcrSAVhD Mi LIVES I rivals even dreamed of a fna tr fholvi wue n luaiuuu uuuihuuvd ouiiiiuui tots of stylo and a horse of wonderful bone sub During his many yoara service with consider it thobcstremeilvfara thbUitatedsubtem stance and endurance Ills breeding traces to proximity tho old Louisville and lTanklort roact I ever used Tor Dyspepsia i Liver or Klduoy such Kreat saddle horses as Itoscoe Rlue Joans iTJcovaots It was to make a visit that Miss ho taught many others including 3 Rot Roy Denmark F 8 and Copperbot tom V S Duvall went to Louisville and while Prank MoDonald ana tno late Tom TERM i -- Will nnke the season at Hollo Jrove m HILQHSvCATARRH b la there Mr Gazlay provailod upon her Collier HS mil H 8 W ti w vudJmwmftmkMiKxrwrAdMmmmMm a Efca Stock Farm six miles troth Frankfort at J teMMmWHEMEDY Tho ceremony to booomo his wife Tho best romody for rheumatism 15 FOR A LIVING C0IJ you Cutarrh Try tbla Hcruody 1 1 will Hnvo FOR 7 El took place at the grooms homo Sat Â¬ that has yet bet been discovered Mr roliovo and Curo you IVieo 50 ots This Iiw A cash premium of 25 will be given for the best Tylor 150 W Main St Gales Jcctor for itasuocossf ul treatinontisxurnlsneil Has Sol alf Worm Nomedios urday oveniug at nine oclock Rev D II 111 colt by him foal ot Jl fcee stud card for full Itemedlea aro I have used a frco Shilohsgivo eatisfuotion sold by us oa u burg writes pedlgrop Ac EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Charles E Oraig of Christ Church good many bottlos of Salvation Oil gunmutco to Fashion will bo shown In Frankfort April oflloiating Tho happy couplo imme Â¬ and think it the best romody for For sale by VV McKee Hardie FVKUVWI1 ERE 4 SOLD Court Day rreiotdbjlUClllItUSON mriOltini co8tloci SODTII TRIMBLE Mur 4 3m diately departed for Cincinnati and rheumatism I over used HALLS OLD STAND Jan 28 ly r twMiwirffcinh nfiii mi And wont you loan a flver noticed that have you ever harm to human kind For some reason or other they con- Â¬ ceived the idea of blowing up a house on the Versailles turnpike near Mike Gallerys store which Ma- Â¬ tilda Langford colored is having built Dynamite was placed beneath the house and every arrangement made to scatter splinters for miles around but fortunately for the house and neighborhood the direction of the explosion was downward and not upward and an immense hole in the ground was the only visible result of the diabolical plot It is alleged by some that the good people of the neighborhood have a grievance against a certain person out there and are taking that method of warning her of what she may expect if she settles down in their midst If it be true it is a white capping process that law abiding citizens ought not to engage in If the cause of offense be just let the law deal with the case Remedies of the kind related are a great deal worse in their operation on the community than the disease sought to be cured Rubber Hose Garden Hose BUILDERS HARDWARE Ever brought to this Market Call and see the Stock quality aud low Prices M Hardware Merchant PGRAY 1 1 BHUWHflse Attention W SiflAAjjij Lexington Ky d BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE C ALES ME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G SfPI m m STALLION FASHION I I - S tk Â¬ ME a IiilES m iii-- OREJJI e 152 20 -- MS I TMTTnln 1 c ilWAiiVU1 iiawE lMji Hflnrst V- - V irrfftr rjfv trr rl r VICI l v JmJ T ooo Holts ox TITall Paper 3L 2ST GS-ii L I 4 O TLX We will close out as follows Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at 145 Sherwin Williams Paint at 145 per gallon 51 61 1 and 83 cents c We make the following cash Prices Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg 190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Horse Shoes 375 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 37 y2 cents per box Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts DistonsHand Saw 110 Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints o4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list 1 25 Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Grate Baskets 4 cts per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Material Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope LampOhimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed Oats Field and Garden Seed And a full line of GGNERKL HHRDWHRE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr Dan Kennedy was in Versailles Sunday Rev Thoa N Arnold was in Paris Tuesday Mr J A Cain of Versailles was here Tuesday Miss Mayme Buford of Midway is visiting friends here Miss Kate Sanders was in Louis- Â¬ ville the first of the week Mr and Mrs George L Willis visit- Â¬ ed friends in Paris Sunday Judge W G Bullitt and wife are visiting friends in Paducab Mr and Mrs Carroll M Walcutt returned to Midway Tuesday Miss Marie Kreer returned to her home in Chicago last Friday Miss Margaret Young of Louisville visited friends hero this week Mr Thos Rhea of Russellville was here on business Monday Mr Charlie Keller was in Cincin- Â¬ nati Saturday on a business trip Miss Henrietta Blackburn is visit- Â¬ ing Miss Rosa Gorin in Louisville Mr James Bennett of Louisville was here this week visiting friends Mrs Handley Mason of Louisville is the guest of Mrs J Proctor Knott Miss Mary Jillson left on Friday last for Chicago to visit her cousin JDr Waller Green of Louisville was here this week visiting his parÂ¬ ents Miss Alice Middleton of Bowling Green visited Miss Todd Saffell this week Mr Dalton P Arnold was admitted to practice in the Circuit Court here Monday Miss Anna Berry after a visit to Mrs Theodore Wylie returned home Monday Messrs John T and J Howard Gray of Louisville wore in the city Monday The Misses Carpenter and Hall of Lexington are visiting friends in this city Miss Lizzie Davis of Shelbyville is the guest of her sister Mrs Grant Green jr Mrs R E Working of Canton Ohio is visiting her brother Mr G L Roberts Mr W B Thomas of Anderson Indiana was here this week visiting hiB mother Mr Richard Godson editor of the Midway Clipper visited his friends here Tuesday Mr Ed Harris of Pittsburg Pa came to the city Wednesday on a visit to his parents Mr Attilla 0 Norman attended tho Athletic Club dance in Louisville Tuesday night Mrs Hamilton Scott of Lexington visited Mrs L P Tarlton at Fleet- Â¬ wood this week Misses Sallie and Carrie Holt re Â¬ turned home on Monday from a visit to friends in Paris Mrs S M Gardner of Paducah after a visit to Mrs Thomas Oorbott returned home Monday Mr James Oaseldine of Tallapoosa Georgia is visiting his sister Mrs H G Henderson of this city Mr Thomas DeLime of the United Statoe was in the city this week vis iting his mother and sister Mrs W H Devore of MoConnells ville O is in the city visiting her Â¬ C E M A COLLINS Miss Kate Green en route home from a visit to Greenville Mississippi Opposite the Farmers Bank Mr Ed 0 Leigh was in Louisville this week Mr J E P Woodson went to Lexington Thursday Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ ton visited in the city this week Ex Adjutant Gqn Sam E Hill of Lexington was in the city Thursday Mrs E E Hume and son Edgar visited relatives in Louisville this week Miss Bessie Blanton returned this week from a visit to relatives in St Louis Mrs Will Dorsey of La Grange is the guest of her sister Mrs J G Mc- Â¬ Lean Mr Harry G Johnson of Louis- Â¬ ville was here this week visiting his parents Miss Mayme Steele of Midway is the guest of Mrs Grant Green jr on the South Side Capt Sandy Pence and wife re- Â¬ turned from Hot Springs Ark E KV r K daughter Mrs Harry Glenn ffftjfln Simply take Ottos Cure W know of its aatoaishisg cares aad that it vill Btop a ooogk quicker than any known remedjr If you have Asthma Bronchitis Consumption or any disease of the throat and lunffi a row dosed of this J M Saffell great guaraaieed remedy will sur Â¬ Mrs Grant Green returned Tues prise y0u dav from an extended visit to her If you wish to try it call at our store daughter Mrs George Alexander of on Mfin street aad we will be pleased to furnish yen a bottle free of coat Greenville Mississippi and that will prove our assertion 45 Chapman Wkxiahs Rev H G Henderson leaves Mon Taylorsville Kentuoky to day for assist the pastor of the Methodist Plants Ohuroh at that place in a meeting I have a fine lot of cabbage and Mrs Sallie VanDorvoor and her Orders can Misa Annie VanDerveer of tomato plants for sale daughter be left with Ellwanger Bros or Hamilton Ohio visited Mrs John Whitehead Shaw W Milam in this city the first of the L B Marshall week Â¬ Thursday evening Mr George T Browder went to Lexington and Nicholasville Wednes Â¬ day to visit friends is Mrs May of Elizabethtown husband Senator D L May with her at the Oapital Hotel Miss Mattie R Knott of Louisville spent several days with relatives in this city the first of the week Miss Rebecca Averill on Tuesday gave a five oclock tea in honor of Miss Bettie Craig of Danville Mrs Russell Sneed who has been visiting friends in St Louis re- Â¬ turned home Wednesday night Dr B W Stone Superintendent of the Hopkinsville Lunatic Asylum was here Wednesday and Thursday Mr G W Hancock a son of Wash Hancock deceased has opened a law office in the Duvall building Miss Laura Oraddock has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs James W Blackburn in Washington City Miss Jones after a visit to her brother Senator W H Jones re- Â¬ turned home to Barren county Mon- Â¬ day Mr John H Stewart who was in Washington City last week applying for a consulate returned home Mon- Â¬ day Mr Fayette Hewitt jr went to Florida Saturday for a sojourn of a month or more for the benefit of his health Miss Lulie Suter returned home from Beards Station Monday accom- Â¬ panied by her little niece Aline Edwards Hon A T Wood of Mt Sterling late candidate for Governor on the Republican ticket waB in the city this week Mrs A 0 Highby of Lexington of Fort and Mrs Belle Highby guest of Mrs Worth Texas are tho stopped over in Louisville Tuesday to make a viait to her relatives in that city Capt I V Hoag jr Engineer in charge of the river improvement was up the river this week on the snag boat Kentucky on a tour of in- Â¬ spection Mrs Lester Wheat of Alton with her little niece Miss Mary E Polk of Louisville was here Saturday visit- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs Carrie Ohoate South Side Mr Joe Power of Flemingsburg who has been visiting his brother Mr Carroll Power went to California Tuesday to make that State his future home Misses Eva and Kitten Hoge with their guests Miss Brock of Lincoln Nebraska and Miss Boyden of Cin- Â¬ cinnati returned to school at Cincin Â¬ nati Saturday Mrs Chapman Coleman returned home from Berlin Sunday evening She will remain with her mother Mrs Mary Hendrick on Wapping street during the summer Mrs Hal S Corbott made a brief visit this week to her mother in She will accompany her Paducah to day to Montana where husband it is his intention to locate and practice his profession of law Mr Ohas Newton wife and daugh ter little Miss Eliza have returned from Hot Springs Arkansas where Mr Newton they spent the winter is making arrangements to remove his family to his farm on the Devils Hollow pike two miles from the city Mr Marmaduke Morton of Louisville who formerly represented the Courier Journal in this city re Â¬ turned here Tuesday to accept the appointment of clerk to the Secre Â¬ tary of State He will take charge of the department of building and loan associations created by the new corporation act Mr Morton is a gentleman of ability who will make His wife will an excellent officer probably remove to the city and the couple will be an acquisition which society will cordially welcome Â¬ Â¬ HDD ii H REAGES en OF- - display HANDSOME v y VzWbQ Ov -- PATTERNS R ROGERS Ior lo w prices reiiHrrx i et SON D AMAH Mar 18 V1T 1 MTWHI 17 removing Stamps and hocks Jfor Juarry mon and Well diggers Safe easily handled and cheap For full information end price address skivi flE louisville ky ly A Runaway Just about 2 oclock yesterday af- uk T Scientific Americas Aflenoy for improve after the first application and by using it regularly she was soon able to get up and attend to her house work E H Johnson of 0 J Knutson Co Kensington Minn 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gaylo 1 m Druggist My wife was confined to her bed for over two months with a very We severe attaok of rheumatism could get nothing that would afiord her any relief and as a last resort gave Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial To our great surprise she began to Hw to Cure aJCold ternoon Ben Hampton colored was driving a horse belonging to Milt Coleman down Main street attached to a wagon and when near the corner fi ftB m mr jmir CAVEATS of Ann street one of tho bolts which TRADE MARKS holds the shaft in the clip attached 0E8I0N PATENTS to the front axle broke and let the etoJ C0PVRI0HT8 Tree Handbook wrlto to shafts fall on the horses heels caus jror tnroraation ana BUOADWJLT NEW YORK CO 861 MUNN patents In America bureau for ing it to take fright and run away Oldest patent takensecuring us Is brought before Krery out by tho public by noUco given iroo of charge In the Ben held on manfully to the lines and guided tho horse as best he could un Â¬ til in front of the Fire Engine House whore the wagon was upset and he largest circulation of any sclenUOo paper In the Splendidly Illustrated No Intelligent world It Weekly 8300 a was thrown out He turned a som man should bo without Address AlunN k COW ycarf LSO six months Broadway Heir York City ersault and lit on his back and PUBUBUtns 301 shoulders but still clung to the lines Tho horse freed himself from the I k wagon and pulled away from him continued on down the street upset The quick and direct route from a surrey in front of Mangan Dar- Â¬ nells stable ran around a square and Louisvilleto Arkansas and TexasI was caught on the return Ben be- Â¬ One hundred und fifty miles came insensible from his tumble and was carried into Messrs L B Mar- Â¬ SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK t shall Oos office where Dr Qobor And the only route attended him and he was soon all right with the exception of severe WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS bruises no bones having been bro Â¬ If you are going to emigrate to ken iW 11 Â¬ 3timtxik mniam Â¬ LL Tho Evolution Of medicinal agents is gradua lly rel Â¬ egating the old time herbs pills This Is the draughts and vegetable extracts to the roar and bringing into general CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE use the pleasant and effective liquid No change of curs to laxative Syrup of Figs To get the remedy see that it is manufact Â¬ true ured by the California Fig Syrup Co Montgomery Mobile Memphis only For sale by all the leading druggists and New Orleans I Davis has an elegant lino of For further mfermatlon address Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston V M i k i pants 30 tf dress groods containing all of tho 30 tf novelties at I Davis A full and beautifuflino of spring 0 P ATMORB G P louisville kntucky T A t T liiiV VP nfVndtoMRiiW v mfr Jil rFjwfr7rw I 3 1 no 12a ua eh no ua This fc VCOXUDIS That We Have Just Received a New Line of I3XT JEJLmAXJST T IT AIMS TO TELL YOU Bronze Marble Iron Walnut and Oak Cases A New Line of Elegant Silverware M t S rls rsa run In Advertisemen t nn it na on oa A Selbert JEWELER Frankfort Ky A r r i f v E- - ft i h the fire at their Louisville warehouse Top Drawer and others judgment for 50 for the Matrimonial last week plaintiff LOCAL Barlow Hall The Courier-JournaVice President At the annual A Case of a Turnpike Road Sub- - Sarah F Parsons vs R R Parsons Â¬ Jeffersonville column announced heirs judgment for the plaintiff for State Guard Resignations Adju meeting of the Latonia Jockey Club seription of Great Im Â¬ on Tuesday that three eloping tant J Witt Shipman and Lieut Col in Covington Wednesday Col L P the property sued for portance Robert Mitchells Furniture Co of C Gran Graham of the Second Tarlton of this city was elected the couples were married in that city Cincinnati vs W J Hendrick for Resriment State Gnard have doffed Vice President Col R W Nelson and among the number named Jos W Barlow and Ida Hall of this city OTHER DETAILS OP THE WEEK 12500 furniture demurrer to an their military positions Their resig Â¬ of Newport was made President Bradley swer sustained and cause submitted nations went into effect Saturday State Medical Association The was issued Rice A marriage license Thursday to Mr Ben The court accomplished a great J W Hancock vs W D Hughes Frankfort Wins the Prize The doctors of the State will hold their deal of work and then adjourned judgment for plaintiff for horses State colleeiate oratorical contest annual meeting in this city on May Bradloy and Miss Lillie Rice both of Benson Wednesday until Monday and colts sued for at Lexington Friday night of last 10th and the members of the county Oromwell Clayes The following The case of the most importance O H Olaxon vs D 0 Thompson week resulted in Mr James H association met at Dr E E Humes decided during the week was that of and others judgment for plaintiff Swango son of Judge G B Swango office last night to arrange a pro- Â¬ announcement was taken from a Joliet Illinois paper tthe Elkhorn Turnpike Road Co vs for 394 Register of the Land Office of this gramme for their entertainment Among the weddings set for 2t L and George Wiley The de- Â¬ Commonwealth vs D B Walcutt city winning the prize over three merry month of May is that the of fendants subscribed to the stock of and others for possession of land others The judges were Representa- Â¬ John Cromwell chief draughtsman To Our Friends In the Country the turnpike company and promised judgment for plaintiff at the steel mills and Miss Belle tive J M Frazee of Maysville Judge Olayes daughter of Mr nnri M to pay as soon as the county made its t Wm Cromwell vs M Oalmes We desire to call your attention to M Brent of the Superior Court J H Clayes subscription and the organization judgment for plaintiff for 125 Hon J H Beauchamp of Lex our most elegant and large line of and The groom is a Franklin county was effected After the county had dry goods notions c We have not Conrad Pfeffer admr vs Frank ington boy being the youngest son of Mr subscribed the charter was obtained Pfeffer and others judgment for Accident to His Eye The many in past seasons been able to show as A W Cromwell and has many and the road partly built and still plaintiff and sale of land ordered friends of Dr John D Woods Repre- Â¬ large and complete assortment of all relations and friends here who con- Â¬ the defendants refused to pay for sentative from Warren county will kinds of dress goods and trimmings gratulate him on his good fortune which reason suit became necessary- Mrs JR C Rhea Our regret to learn that he sustained an as we have now on display The wedding will take place on the The court awarded judgment in eye on last Saturday prices are always the lowest and 24th prox favor of the defendants on the Of Milford Neb says she suffered accident to his We have some city quality guaranteed ground that as the subscription was greatly from a complication of disÂ¬ which at the time he loft this Bull Archer The secret has eases of female weakness and liver that evening to go to his home special bargains in every department made before the company was and kidney troubles Her health was leaked out that Mr Sam C Bull Jr that we purchased at a closing sale chartered recovery at law could not ally restored by using Dr Hales caused him to suffer great pain andÂ¬ which are worth calling to see And of Greenville Miss son of Mr S O inThis is a very important Household Tea the most pleasant to fear that possibly some serious Bull of this city is engaged to a Miss made and effective medicine known 25c jury might result He was brushing remember with every cash purchase Archer a decision as the ppints in law affect and 50c per beautiful young lady package at P H Carpen Â¬ his cloths with a whisk broom and of one dollar you are entitled to a subscriptions to any enterprise in any ters drugstore 1 guess on the number of pins in the daughter of the minister of the sweeping it backwards- over his part of the State as well as in this Presbyterian Church in that city It Â¬ shoulder when somehow or other one glass jar and the first person guess is stated on good court district An appeal was not Masonic Matters of the Btraws struck the ball of his ing nearest will receive a round trip couple intend to authority that the taken as the amount involved was marry about June ticket and expenses for one week at Frankfort Oommandery No 4 K eye As he has not yet returned from the too small for the labor and chance All we ask is an 10th and make a visit to this city Worlds Fair Mary E Wilhoit was granted a T meets in regular monthly con- Warren county it is not known inspection of our line of goods to Mr Bull is assistant cashier in a bank divorce from her husband James B clave on Thursdav evenincr next whether he has recovered from the convince you our styles and prices and a young gentleman of exception- Â¬ Wilhoit The couple live in Shelby April 20th at the Asylum Odd Fel- Â¬ injury or not al worth in whose hands any young Respectfully lows Temple at 730 oclock The Convict Escaped Thursday morn- Â¬ lead county lady is safe in entrusting her happi Â¬ 30 tf Weitzel ODonnell In the case of the Louisville Trust regular annual election of officers ing about four oolock Joe Crawford ness Co vsf J H Frazier and wife for will be held and other impotant busi- Â¬ who was sent up from Covington for Johnson Ames Lewis Johnson Real Estate Transfers rents which the plaintiff claimed to ness transacted A full attendance grand lerceny made his escape from and Mary Ames of this city went to be due them a judgment was award of the Sir Knights is desired Visit- the penitentiary by scaling the walls O L to James Gallahue for Jeffersonville Ind Tuesday and ing Fraters courteously invited to at-Â¬ He left his cell at that early hour to 500 a Boner ed to the defendants were married lot at Forks of Elkhorn The will case of Hallie White vs tend work in the engine room and took Switzer this John O Noel JR 0 MayUall c on an appeal Frankfort Chapter No 3 meets in advantage of the darkness to effect last week boughtonof Wednesday of county on Monday April 3d 1893 the Mason from the county court was decided regular monthly convocation on his escape Foard Company their farm of three Mr John Albert Carter and Mrs In favor of the legatees under the Tuesday evening next April 18th Switzer The groom is 82 years of Gone to Sturois Mr James An Â¬ and acres at 730 oclock There will be work drew Scott went to Sturgis Union hundred17000twentybought in the coun- Â¬ age and the father of Mrs A O will ty for also from Com Alexander Julians Executors ob- Â¬ in the Most Excellent and Royal county Thursday to undertake the missioner Posey the Harper farm of Henry of this city while the bride is tained a judgment for 1300 against Arch degrees and a full attendance defense of a brother of Mr R T 185 acres at 3650 per acre These 60 of Companions is earnestly request Thomasson of this city who is one tracts Annie B Walcutt and others comprise some of the best land ed Members of sister Chapters are of the persons acoused of being in the county The demurrer to the petition in jrjJMjfcfl the fiscal case of J W Gudgell and cordially invited among the unknown persons in the J A Violettand wife to F P Lewis sureties from Anderson county in The corner stone of the new Ma Â¬ assault on the Oliver carriage in for 2200 a house and lot in Belle which it was claimed Gudgell as sonic Temple will bo laid with Ma which Miss Oliver was killed point Ety county superintendent had made sonic ceremonies some time next A Pleasure Park Mr L B Mar y Annie Wells to Ben Utterback for false census returns of school chi- week the exact date to be fixed shall is preparing to convert his splen Â¬ ldren and thereby defrauded the later Most Worshipful Grand Mas Â¬ did Thorn Hill property into a pleas- Â¬ 500 a lot of 27 feet on the Leestown State out of about 4000 was sus Â¬ ter J Speed Smith of Richmond ure park and picnic grounds He has road in this city Francis O Rosson and wife to An tained with leave to amend and the will be invited to be present and per- Â¬ arranged for the building of a grand Â¬ case afterwards sec lor the nine form the ceremonv and the neierh- - stand for dancing and for other de nie Wells for 500 a lot of 22 feet at run ft case it WILL NOT CURE teenth day of the term boring Lodges of the order are re- vices for the entertainment of guests corner of Reuben Fiunies lot in the An nirreeablo Lnxatlvo and NERVE TONIC Saml Sanders vs J F Hayden and quested to attend and participate It will doubtless become a popular re city Sold byDrugfirists or sent by mail 25c 60o and 10Opor package Samples free others writ of possession awarded Frankfort Oommandery will act as sort during the warm season Walking Cane Whip Favorite TOOTH TOWLSB IT A JHW for tho Teeth and Breath 25c Newark Machine Co vs Ben uh uHuore co cne ijoages on the occa- Â¬ JDLw HA Fire on Stoney Greek Friday sion and an appropriate address will Emerson agreed judgment for 60 The Kentuoky Buggy Harness Co Forsale by W McKee Hardie night of last week the residence of J be delivered by some gentleman to Ed Stanton was made an examiner HALLS OLD STAND JanJS ly have just received one of the neatest be selooted by the committee having W Semones on Stoney Creek was things in the way of a driving of the court whip burned to the ground The loss will An order of distribution of such the matter in oharge we havo seen lately It is so arrang Â¬ WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL be about 2000 partly insured m property as realized on was made in ed that it can be unscrewed in the HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR New Coal Office Scales A Millions Friond the case of P S Rules trustees vs middle and the stock being hollow J S Rules creditors A friend in need is a friend indeed Messrs Jno W Gaines Son have a the lash can be slipped into it and is BEST DEMOCRATIC PAPER PUBLISHED The cases of the Commonwealth and not less than one million people new coal office in the rooms lately securely kept there by screwing on a ONLY SIOOA YEAR have found vs James Gibbons and Sutherland Kings Newjust such a friend in Dr occupied by Mr Frank Chinn on head When put up in this way it Dlsoovery for Consump Main street The firm have also put Best Condensed News for violating the Sunday law and tion uougns ana uoicib it you nave makes a very nice walking cane and nest Stories Ksi Wesley Twyman for keeping a dis Â¬ never used this Great Cough Medi up new coal scales near the Midland can be carried about without any in- Â¬ Dest Miscellany Best Womens cine one trial will convince you that depot orderly house were continued convenience It is just tho thing for Has The Best Childrens 1age Department it has wonderful ourative powers in against Best Answer to Correspondents Joe all diseases of Throat Chest and The indictments Mr a person who is compelled to travel Elected Superintendent Department Weitzel and Price Williams for al- Â¬ Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to George L Willis of thiB city was about tho country in a vohiclo or for Bst Editorials lowing minors to play pool were dis do all that is olaimed or money will elected yesterday by the Worlds one who attends public gatherings Itglvei away a valuable premium every day or the aryoai uiuu raceivcu missed beoause it was ascertained be refunded Trial bottles free at Fair Commissioners Superintendent where thero is danger of losing a Sample copies ot the Weekly Courier Journal Phil Carpenters Drug Store of the Kentuoky Building at the they wore not the persons who had Large bottles 50c and 100 will be sent free to any address Write to whip by leaving it in a buggy 1 Worlds Fair He will go to Chicago the law violated Courier Journal Co LouisvilloKy Sootoh Torrior Lost Bomo time next week and romain Mrs MoKoo Hardio and Mrs Kate Y M C A Convontion thero until late in the fall Wallace wero deolared feme soles THK Mrs Ohas E Hogo of Inglesido On May 10th to 14th tho L N Harbeson Gathrlght vs Head Reward for Efficient Services has lost her little Scotch Terrier Railroad will sell tiokets to Indianap- Â¬ Switzer dismissed settled which answers to the name of Char- Â¬ The Allon Bradloy Company of this olis Indiana at one faro going and AND TUK Ellwanger Bros vs W L Collins coal It disappeared several weeks oity sent a ohock for 500 to Chief one third faro returning Account WEEKLY COURIEIt JOURNAL II MoBrayor tiled petition claim ago and any information leading to Hughos of the Louisville Fire De Â¬ 13th International Y M 0 A Con Â¬ its reoovery will be suitably rewarded will be sent ono year to any address or 190 vention ing the proporty attaohed Address by Mr Ohas E Hoge at the State partment for distribution among the H B Loqsdon QEO A LEWIS JTN Orutohor va J W Webber National Bank 20 tf firemen for their faithful services at Agent Frankfort Ky CIRCUIT COURT ls Â¬ --- Â¬ - -- Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ OARTER-SwiTZER-- At Â¬ mats CuSm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ mm J nUbifa H2K1 ltflr L I BsywffsSnPivwrrfr v r desks i J IVEetstin Dealers in Vhicles Farming c We Implements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H H Babcoek New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio BiotHers We are agents for and keep a large stock of Studebaker and Old Hick Â¬ ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made We hayeabout 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown clo Â¬ ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices m J- - m fc Examine FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable mutter THE CITY COUNCIL ibr Bigham Â¬ U B vl v In We i IIS 1C911 IU -- No Important Business Transacted they were received and Thursday night set for the examination of them But Many Petitions Con Â¬ books were reported to the council and on motion of Mr J N Miles On IIFebruary ISvlIIs 333 we received and Paper No Old Stock on a M GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRTL IB 1898 sidered At the regular meeting of the council Tuesday night all the mem- Â¬ bers were present with the exception of Mr Watson The following petitions were read and referred to the appropriate committees L Epstein Bro for a license for a clothing and boot store c Sundry citizens on east side of Wilkinson street between Main and Broadway asking that the sidewalks be made where needed Sundry citizens asking for a sewer on Holmes street to tap the main sewer from the penitentiary to the Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found letters for tho week 18t8 n LANDRETHS GARDEN SEEDS are Selling Nothing lint New Stock PROPOSALS FOR PLANS list of advertised ending April ICth Vir- - The City and County now Mean Business and Want a Bridge There is no doubt now that this city will soon have a bridge across the Kentucky river at St Clair street commensurate with her present needs and future growth The committee advise- Â¬ ment made its report to the County Court of Claims Monday and that body as the city council did likewise last week unanimously concurred in the committees report and ordered that proposals for plans bo advertised for immediately On Tuesday Mayor Tobin sent the advertisement to the Engineering News of New York to poses to build a new highway bridgo over the Kentucky river Plans and proposals are invited Richard Tobin Mayor Chairman of the Committee It is said there are about 100 bridge building firms in the United States and all it is safe to say take their chief professional magazine and will see the advertisement and hasten to the city to go over the ground and prepare their plans It is not settled yet ns to what kind of a bridge will be built some favor- Â¬ ing a single span steel and others a heavy substantial two span iron structure The cost of course can- Â¬ not be fixed until the plans and speci- Â¬ fications are in and a selection has been made but it is stated that a sum not exceeding 50000 has been placed as the limit which the city and county put upon this expendi- Â¬ ture This sum would probably not build the single span steel bridge even if it could be readily put up here but it would doubtless be suff- Â¬ icient to erect a handsome two span iron structure that would meet all the requirements of the city and county for many years to come The bridge should be at least forty feet in width to give ample room for street cars wagons and pedestrians that are now crowded into the small spaces allotted to them on the present bridge In all likelihood the plans will bo ready within thirty days and before the middle of June the bid will have been accepted and the work actually During the process of underway erection it is said that a pontoon bridge of coal boats placed endwise across the river leaving one in the middlo to swing open for the naviga Â¬ tion of boats can be made service- Â¬ able for the people of the city This would bo less costly and very much superior to any otner temporary ex pedient Â¬ that had the matter under the effect as follows The City of Frankfort Ky pro- Â¬ Holman Mrs ginia Laura D Jones Mrs O Bailev Miss Lukor Charley Laura H Kendall M H Blanton R H Physioians Prescriptions Compounded by 0 L Gayle Bailey Miss Sallie Kirk Montvill Newell Joe S Patlson Ohas Bernard S M tPatrick Harry Crueher Porterfleld Geo Amtsmey HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Parrent M M Curwine D Oarr Miss Ettie J Rea Samuel G Jan 21 ly Campbell Geo Smith Mrs O J Miss Ellen Switzer A M Clark Oarr Mrs Mary Smith Arthur Schooley Miss Carr Samuel river Jennie F Dananson Mr F V Gray and Geo L Payne for Dean James Smith Miss Mat- a sewer from Arnolds gate on the Dorris Isaac tie Stone F F Louisville turnpike through Lind Downing Geo Dickerson Mrs Sellers Wm seys lot S J Turner Miss Net- John McDonald in regard to water Flannery Geo W tie M Taylor Judge on Arlington Heights Farris James ON MAIN STEET TO Sanford Mr Offutt asking a rebate on li- EvansW W Talbut L W Gray Duard P cense on account of paying toll Wallace Mrs Howard Miss The following petitions were grant Belle Laura Writchie Miss Henry J E ed Capital Hntel Basement nf Dollie Annie Patterson to build a frame Hall James Hacet Montselers Wiley Joseph house on Clinton street Weirhay Mrs Hawkins Miss BSThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a A W Cromwell to build two frame Lottie R Maggie short time Winter Miss May houses on his lot on the west side of Hoobler T B Weirhay Miss Harriard Miss Conway street Maggie Sarah In each city The Sisters in regard to the tax on Harrod Samuel Dentsche Zeiting WAWTWn MANAGERcountry place to V X JuJLF town and CHIKH W show samples of Shoes Clothing Dress Goods the Catholic school building When calling for these letters day ad Â¬ Watches Jewelry Silverware and have price The Episcopal Church in regard to vertised lists distributed Man or Lady can make 500 Send J M Saffkll the tax on the Bishops residence WQ JESTS AOT to 10oirp8r day BIGGS stamp for quick answer WE t0 AX CO Louisville Ky Postmaster Jan21 Sra Russell Sneed and J J Peterson in regard to erroneous assessments Will practice in all State Courts OfPreventing Future Misery The reports of the city officers If there Is tn this vale of tears a more pro- Â¬ fice second floor Custom House were received and filed and also that lific source of misery than the rheumatllc It People have of Dr S E James President of the twinge wewith a yet to heartoof rheumatism tendency are born tf honest ami Quickest between consumption one Board of Health in regard to the Justus they are withcausfBto luuy uuveiup or to iuj SllglU SCrOIUia Miss puee deugsSd Handf chemicals W McKEE HARDIE CO hM n -- M JACOB SWIGERT fl A3 Have Removed From the Bafzel Building Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET the J JR all m m - Â¬ Kentucky Midland By CINCINNATI AND water The finance committee and city attorney were authorized to inquire into the matter of running the toll gate on Wilkinson street The city marsnal was instructed to have all fences removed from Wil- Â¬ kinson street which are found to be placed out on that public highway While on that subject Mr J N Miles moved that the city engineer be directed to make a report of all lots on the South Side that have at any time during the past fifteen years been fenced so as to include any part of the street It was adopted Mrs McGrew and Mrs Bohannan were ordered to build sidewalks in front of their property on the South Side The city engineer was instructed to establish grades on Second and Camp- Â¬ bell and on Logan from Second to the atomizing complaint manirestw ltlflf resources should bd had to HostettersÂ¬ Stomach Bitters which checks Its further InAs soon as FRANKFORT poison roads and banishes the rneumatlc This statement tallies ex Â¬ from the system actly with the testimony of physicians who In have emp oyed this line blood depuruut There Is aUo the their private practice general testimonial umplet professional and as to the efllcacy of the Hitters for malaria Indigestion constipation liver complaint kidney trouble nervousness and loss or ap petite and tlesh After a wetting whether followed by a cold or not the Hitters Is uselul as a preventive 01 me imiiui iuuick 01 rueu matlsm li KdiriiW TENNESSEE Fj Only direct lino between Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haysville and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ 5 Cynthiaaa CoTinortoD mouth FOR 4 and H ASK Sliortsightednoos To waste your monoy on vile dirty urea compounded by in experienced persona whon you have wai i ry mix TICKETS VIA KT MIDLAND TRAINS SOLID VESTIBULED BUN BY tho opportunity of testing Ottos Oure froe of charge Why will you Sew Orleans continue to irritate your throat and Bwgitna to hacking longs with that terrible TIME 24 HOURS William cough whon Oh anman will furnish you a free sample botfte THE 3UORTE8T AND UUICKKS7 of this great gparanteea remody Fia to Jacksonville Hold a bettto of Ottae Care to tfce Georgetown light and obeera tobeautftM gokfete TIME 27 HOURS color and tktok liamy syrup Iar Solid Vestibuled Trains to St Augustine m TltAINS CENTIlftL STANDARD TIME 12 M TIME TABLE DEC I ltttt M A p M TRAINS K AST Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv I No 1 No 8 No 7 Hummlt Elkhorn Switzer Duvall Frankfort A 000 6IKJ bll B stamping Ground Third streets Dryden Brislan failed to accept a contract for the opera house and the hall committee were directed to ro advertise for bids for the next two years Councilman Ellwanger offered the following which was adopted liesolved That the right of way to the streets and alleys granted to John W Gault Samuel E James W Linton Tanner and Samuel J Shea for the purposo of erecting construct- Â¬ ing and maintaining poles wires and othor necessary apparatus for the proper furnishing and distribution to the citizens of Frankfort light heat and power by electricity bo and the same is hereby extended to April 26 01 subject to the same stipulations and conditions as tho existing right of way Tho oity asaossor having finished his assessment for this year tho Messrs t Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot I v Newtown Lv CentrevlUe Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris A Horrible Railroad Aecietont Folid Vestibuled Trains Between Is daily chrtmta in our papers also the death of wie dear friend who CINCINNATI CHATTANOOGA has died with Contnmptiea whereas if ho or she had taken Ottes Onre RMINGHAM for Throat wid Lirag disease in time MERIDIAN life would have been rendered happi Â¬ NEW ORLEANS er and perhaps saved Heed the any nffeotion of the Taroat or Langs call at Chapman WiUiann and get u trinl bottle free Large size 50o 15 0 I 018 682 03J 644 652 066 700 718 723 737 A 1 I I 410 416 422 480 4 45 6 1245 1265 110 125 462 409 OH 615 527 145 165 206 220 245 806 820 880 346 11 636 640 660 M I 1 M TRAINS WEST Lv I No Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Paris i No 4 U I lNo8INol21 MS 627 451 44ft 42ft C warning If you have a cough or -S- LEEPING CAR THROUGH FRO- M- m Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon as the symptoms ap Â¬ pear they can ward oft the disease Such persons should always keep the Remedy at hand ready for immedi Â¬ ate use when needed Two or three doses of it at the right time will save them much suiToring For sale by J W Gayle Druggist lm Persons who are subject to attacks of bilious colic can almost invariably tell by their feelings when to expect an attack If Chamberlains Colic CIITCIITIT ATI Knoxvillo Ar Newtown U S Depot B Ar Georgetown Ar Johnson Ar Duvall Ar Stamping Ground 10P5 1042 1048 1116 1122 1130 820 883 888 847 900 682 642 646 661 710 717 723 780 744 7 B0 704 662 705 715 78S I Texas Mextoo and California Rheum Fever Sorea Tetter Ohapped port for Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Rallwaj Leave Handfl Chilblains Oocae ana all via Georgetown 546 am arrlveClneinnatl 10it Skin Eruptions and positively oures am Quicker than nny other line Alltralns arrlveanddepartfromCentralUnl n PJloa or no pay required It io guarÂ¬ Depot Cincinnati anteed to give satisfaction ormoney Kor Rates Maps to address 0 H WOODWKLL refunded Price 25 cents per box D T T A Louisville Ky For salo by Phil Oabpentjosb EDWARDH DMILLER 8 Tho best salve fai tfce world for Outs Braises Soees Ulcers Salt Bucktos Arnica Salve and Asheville N 0 Ar Switzer Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar 10 65 1U0 Frankfort A 760 806 880 766 810 820 I HI Direct connections at NewOneans and Shrove N connects with L 0 and L S B connects with Q G connects with K C A The Kentucky Midland Railway und connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For fMrthr Information apply to their agents C D BEROAW 1y TrafMnK Cincinnati lii 9PT O A E B WEITZKL City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEO B HARPER Gen Supt I filiTliHiiillllidifcii W 5 wmissmissszBsimtmMX u BUY Vehicles Wagons Bugcies Sutreys Phaetons Buckboards 1 Direct Carts 1 From the Manufacturers 1 100 oo and up 35 to oo and up j oo and up 1 Boots a ad Covers 3XTOTE WT30EHS HarnessP3RICEup per set Carts 55 oo and 50 and up 12 ttotjkl Also Sulkies etc Bridles Harness Saddles Horse Blankets Horse y oo and up All ther vehicles in propor- Â¬ tion and in great variety Saddles 3 00 and up and Lap Rugs Boots at 75 and up wholesale prices at lower prices than ever named on them before in gacat numbers and PLOWS PLOW POINTS and PLOW GEAR Oliver Chilled Plows 8 and all other styles of Avery goods also Steel Plows of all kinds No 20 7 50 Granite Chilled Hillside Plows 800 Disc and Plain Harrows Clover Seeders Corn Planters Syracuse and Cultivators and Farm Machinery of all kinds Come to us and see what you save Get the Dealers Prices SPECIAL OLIVER CHILLED PLOW POINTS 35 CENTS EACH iMBrawagiiJita Factory Head of Broadway Salesrccm Z35KEEBSZS25ffiEffiKS3 OppGite Court House - W fehl r v IF Watch REPAI1TOUR XT AT A3STT M ii f ji iwui j ryiiLJLjr juirMU iuii BaeacaiaaBaEiiisLaciut3aaucupaPuaacagfjicabiaE3 JD IK p Tirinn nrmii til 1rVf PTlPfl OuJUIL OlbT-- I WORKMAN VST 1 FRANKFORT APRIL 15 1898 mJLhhJI The Jeweler L 234 COTDTDersiriitli St Clair Frankfort street W Cedar Grovo and FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT sessed by every neighborhoodsteady we are very proud of the N TIME TABLE TKAINB NOBTH The following time table is now iu N rond effect upon the L No 17 loaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 loaves Frankfort TBAIMSEAST No23lenveeFrnnkfort 650 300 p m 735 pm 1020 935 a m No 18 Li n s i M 640 p v 855 pm at Lagrange Nos 28 and 21 connect for Cincinnati at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch V W Alexandkb The more Chamberlains Cough Agent Remedy is used the bettor it is liked We know of no other remedy that al ways gives satisfaction It is good when Lecture on Palestine you first catch cold It is good when your cough is seated and your lungs Prof J W McGarvey of Lexing Â¬ are sore It is good in any kind of a We have sold twenty five ton will deliver his famous Lec- Â¬ cough dozen of it and every bottle has at the Christian Â¬ Â¬ No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaveBFrunkfort Nob 23 17 and 21 connect leaves Frankfort 440 p m am I DR KELLEY growth and the interest manifested The weather is delightful for the in ours present OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the M V Page who spent last Mrs Miss Cora Sudduth of Tioga who winter in this neighborhood has has been visiting friends on Tucker gone to Hopkins ville to make her Branch returned home home there An unusually large concourse atÂ¬ IN LEXINGTON KY Preachin at Grassy Springs Church tended the singing at F N Moores every Sunday morning by Bro Bur school house last Sunday Saturday April 29 1893 din Miss Hettie Sudduth was looking Sattrday May 20 1893 Mr J G South who was in Louis very sad last Sunday at Church We ville attending the Joe Jefferson en Â¬ would like to know what is the HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca gagement returned home Saturday matter operation uad wltti little or no pain ItEEKKEKCES Joe Holland of Excelsior Institute W McKee Ilardte Frankfort Ky A perfect curel Mr Edward E visited his parents at Pleasuroville Frankfoit Ky Broughton 140 W 19th St New York J A ticott doner IranKlort Ky last week M Dr City N Y says I have used J T Staten Kninkfort Ky Miss Ethlyn Johnson who is at- several bottles of this Bulls Cough V Uorberlcl tnuiKfort r Dr Â¬ Ky tending school in Nicholasviile visit Syrup in ray family and find it a per- Â¬ Rev L V llulttt Benson Ky A II Mcllure Prunkrurt ed her parents last week She waB fect cure I cheerfully recommend V 7 allies Frankfort K accompanied by Miss Baker of Texas it Dnvlil Moore Benson Ky Veterinary Remedies PRKPABEDBTTHE lentnciy Veterinary Medicine MT Co FHOEITIZ HOTEL STERLING KY Â¬ V 1171 wiW iHARK ANriOSIiiM i Jns M Witnrovv truukloit Ky SE18 KIVJOY DIt KELLEYS ofllconnd residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati imdwheitf he may be found ever duy of each week except SATUR Â¬ ittinplilets describing tlienn diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKfLKY M I by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST CONSULTATION FREE i HUMerinfc Ointment tje Lotions Balis akin Lotion Wart Remedy oiin Iowuers biliuumtiiic Liniment Uter Â¬ ine Tonic Utetlno aeuaiive ound Dressing Cough Mixture Alterative Fluid Mineral Tonic ami Condition Powders liueiizu loIio Remedy ment lur bphnts Curbs Spavins c Renieuj tor lneumonlu In DisUinier etc heel and Gall Oint Â¬ tnNlc W BIcKee Hardie 2C6 0LDSrAMj STCLUU bTRLEr UALLS ture on Palestine w u Pv r t Church Graefenburg on Saturday evening April 29th at 730 oclock The lecture will be illustrated with stereoptican views made from photo- Â¬ graphs taken in the Holy Land and will be highly interesting As the lecture will be given for the benefit of the ohuroh an admission fee of 25 cents will be charged for adults and 15 cents for ohildron Prof McGarvey should have a largo audi Â¬ ence to hear him given satisfaction Stedman Fried man druggists Minnesota Lake Minn 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 1 m Druggist Â¬ Kiililllllilllllllilllllililililililililililililililllililllilltiiiiuttto Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Febltf tiui ROYAL SEWING WARRANTED Â¬ 5 n B Tho Lake Route To the Worlds MACHINE Fair via Picturosquo Mack inac AllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllS a B iJ jL ZESIE2- - Â¬ MONON ROUTE a under in spite of the which they have been laboring It will be a handsomo structure when completed another stride of progress in our flourishing little town Mr and Mrs J It Shaw attended the oratorical contest in Lexington last Friday night Avoid the heat and dust by traveling on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Naviga- Â¬ OP tion Company Two new steel pas Both tho method and results when senger steamers have just been built for tho Upper Lake route costing Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant 300000 each and are guaranteed to and refreshing to the taste and acts Jott bo the grandest largest safest and gently yet promptly on the Kidnoya fastest steamers on the Lakes speed Liver and Bowels cleanses tho sys20 miles per hour running time bo tem Plenty of rain effectually dispels colds head Â¬ The carpenters are progressing tweon Cleveland Toledo and Chica- aches and fevers and euros habitual thun 50 hours Four trips per rapidly with L A Owens new store go lessbetween Toledo Detroit Alpe Â¬ constipation Syrup of Figs is the week disadvantages Â¬ 5 YEARS The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ CHICAGO nVllSralH i vrm Â¬ 1 And all Points NORTH and WEST Mr L A Trumbo who has been ill for several weeks is slowly im- Â¬ proving Mr and Mrs George A Lewla of the Roundabout visited the family of Mr Mark Cromwell last Saturday and Sunday The Tourist and Miscellany Club moots every two weeks at Exoelsior Inptituto Owing to the bad weather last Saturday night there was only a few members present A good LiterÂ¬ ary Society is an advantage not po- - na Mackinac Petoskey and Chicago Daily trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and August double daily services will be main- Â¬ tained giving a daylight ride across Daily services between Lake Erie y First olass Cleveland and and accommodations stateroom menu and exceedingly low Round Trip Rates Tho palatial equipment the luxury of the appointments makes traveling on these Btoamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ Address A A trated pamphlet Sohantz G P A Dotroit Cleve- Â¬ land Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich Put-in-Ba- 30 0m -- u BTsdodeAa eejeno SiNMOhh only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the tasto and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles ny all leading drug gists 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¬ n i KITSP Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers Biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiij HaalArco High Arm Has a SolfTsettluir Needle Hu a Self threading Shuttle No Eqnal I Â¬ i i Â¬ 1 Only First Classs Accommodations Ha Stylish Furniture I And For Further Information Aduress Has More Good Sevrlne Qualities and does a Larger Range of General Work h than any Sewing Machine in the World A W L Crush D Pi A Examine THE ROYAL far points of a B L Bryant G you wiu excellence and LOUISVILLE KY buy no other ROYAL JUII In ConstruoUon lias Haa a Mechanical Appoaranoo lias an Elegunt Finish lias n Perfect Adjustment S M CO Rackford III 1 OR t saaMia nohi SAN FRANCISCO 0AL LOUISVllLC AT NEW YORK BiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJHiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiinil NY tHlll Jus Bryant G P A Chicago 111 liittisttitiiiilihii in iii iVirifitohii f iiAsitfiiiViirfiiiii Yl 6 3Jf HTT r n f JWMJWltJi TTfrWHT TWwiwrvr VjrrT HBEE I nan All Who Pass 7b From Monday April 17 Beligious THE U H G S R Requested am 7b My STORE r TO Drink With Me I will have just inside my store door a supply of Filtered ice water filtered through the celebrated Pasteur Filter JOHN T BUCKLEY Garfield Club Â¬ EXPRESS CO p m Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 700 in the class room Will Close Its Office Here and The Garfield Club had a very interesting meeting Thursday night and pastor will preach Abandon the Field Henderson the quite a number of members were to morrow at 11 oclock and at 730 present The principal topic dis- Methodist Ohuroh Rev DWARD CLAASSEN First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m The weekly prayer meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will be held in the lecture room of the church at 7 oclock to- Â¬ morrow evening Rev W G Neville the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclockand at 730 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in the Pastors Study Southern Presbyterian Church Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev E A Penick the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m Uatholiu Church The usual lor the pastor will conduct the ser vices at 11 a m and 730 p m tomorrow as usual Sunday school at 930 a m ohapel Baptist Church Rev W O Tay- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in the OHRioiiiv OilURCn Mr Darsie re- Â¬ turned home Thursday and will preach to morrow at 11 and 730 Night subject A Calcium Light on the Future World The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 650 Rev George Darsie reports a de lightful meeting at Mt Sterling and fifty six additions to the church He was gone two weeks and a half Â¬ The Young Mens Prayer Meeting will be held in the lecture room of the Methodist Church to morrow afternoon at 230 oclock Rev T N Arnold will preach at Pleasant Hill Church near Peaks Mill to morrow at 11 oclock All are invited to attend i m m cussed was the conventions to be held at Louisville next month The Republicans of the State are making every effort to give the visiting Re- Â¬ publicans a Royal Kentucky Welcome in the fullest sense of the -term AND DEALER IN- Not only the State and National conventions will be held their but delegates will be sent from all the college Republican clubs in the United States the National comSTRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO mittee will hold their meeting in PIPE AND FITTINGS ETO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK Louisville as will also the American GUARANTEED Protective League and many other Republican organizations from over Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY the United States It will be one of the grandest political gatherings Kentucky has ever had and those it WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE who do not go will miss a good deal The Garfield Club are making ar- Â¬ rangements to have a big representation at the State convention and thereby keep up her former reputation We have one of the best Re- Â¬ publican organizations in the State and we should make great effort to have a large delegation present at STout the convention There will be XTeaet another meeting of the club at head Â¬ quarters next Thursday evening at July2 ly 730 to complete arrangements and it is desired that every member at- Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES tend Let all Republicans from over county attend If you are not a the Deaths member become one and let us the clubs throughout the State Shanahan Mrs Nora Shanahan show Frankfort is not lagging behind that sister of Mrs James Hallnan of this but that she is able and willing to do city diod at her home in Lexington her share of work intho good cause V Friday afternoon of last week and was buried in that city Monday Oxarloaded and TicnVEit Mr Stephen Tichner a disordered stom Â¬ brother of Mr James Tichner and a achs and bowels gentleman greatly esteemed by all dont need a dose of physic That his friends died Tuesday after a with its violence short illness at his home near Farm only upsets them Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a the more They share of the insurance patronage The deceased pneumonia dale of Real estate bought sold or leased need a dose or two was about forty years of age and a of Dr Pierces A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times brother-in-laPleasant Pellets of Mr Wm Morris of That cleanses and this city regulates them mifdlrand trontlv OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET Reed Mr A S Reed died at his but thoroughly and effectively home on High View Tuesday night Theyre the original little Liver Pills thesa tho anti at 12 oclock after an illness of more tiny sugar coatod easiestbilious granules little to take One smallest and the a year with neuralgia of the Pellet for a laxativethree for a cathartic than heart The deceased was the foster Sick Headache Bilious Headache Constipa- Â¬ tion Indigestion Bilious Attacks and all A FINF FARM FOR RENT father of Mr Will S Reed and derangements of tho liver stomach and brother-in-laof Mr E J Roberts bowels aro prevented relieved and cured a perfect vest Put Ho pocket up in sealed vialsconvenient fresh EESIDENCE OF SIX ROOMS WITH LARGE OF 210 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND SITUATED both of the Roundabout office remedy always The resi In South Frankfort on a good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort was a quiet upright honest citizen f and reliable dences of Blx rooms each on Cross street In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin Theyre tho cheapest Improvements consist of brick kind and affectionate husband and thoyro guaranteed to pills you can buy for South Side AppljBtoMARSHALL CO Acts county Thetenement of 4 rooms a largea stock L give satisfaction or residence a Â¬ In burn and all other necessary Improvements father and his loss falls with crush your money is returned You pay only for order to sell Immediately we are authorized ing effect upon the hearts of his de- Â¬ the good you get property at less than its value to oiler Can vou ask more FOR SALE OR RENT Possessionthis 1st of Murch For further Ingiven voted wife and foster son whom he Eeb 4 ly formation apply to CO Acents L B MARSHALL adopted in infancy and lavished upFrankfort Ky nllE BRICK RESIDENCE OF MRto JOHN T on him as great affection as if he Apply L Buckley on Ann street JOHN DRISCOLL L B MARSHALL fc CO Agents were his own son The funeral took place Thursday morning at 9 oclock from his late OR residence the services being con- Â¬ STODDARD PROPERTY OF COL J ducted by Rev W O Taylor of the BRICK DWELLING OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Johnston on Second Third and Shelby Baptist Church of onelurge A Clinton street between Ann und High streets South Frunkfort consisting building lots brick residence und ten valuable streets Apply to Mr J A Willis of Lexing Â¬ CO Agents WiLLis B MARSHALL We consider this property the Cream of the us It l unquestionably the best to be Market ton aged 92 years and father of had In the city If you wish a desirable location for a home we would advise you to purchase one Mrs Geo W Miller of this city FOR SALE of the lots while they are to ue hud A full line of pure Anderson county whiskies Tuesday CO died at his homo LB MARSHALL Agents etc Â¬ The Adams Express Company which now has the contract with the C and Louisville Southern Rail- Â¬ Q roads for carrying its freight hav Â¬ ing refused to receive at Georgetown from the United States Express Com- Â¬ pany any express matter sent from this city by the latter company con- Â¬ signed to Cincinnati thus shutting the States out of any business except what can be gathered from points along the line of the Kentucky Mid Â¬ land that company has determined to abandon this territory and will close its office in this city on Mon- Â¬ day The services of Mr Ben T Farmer the energetic and efficient agent of the States who has built up a good business for his company here are highly appreciated by the Super Â¬ intendent of tlie States and he has been offered a first class position elsewhere with the company but has not yet determined what he will he will do as he also has offers of other positions Â¬ PSAonoAir i lumber GasSteant Fitter M WM Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Giosefs Â¬ r S Â¬ Â¬ SAPOLIO House Cleaning Are Quickly Married Try It In L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Agts w w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 49 l 1 iir iBi SALE FOR SALE Liquor Merchant wines brandies Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ ness to the Complexion and cures Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 For sale by W McKee Hardie Karls Clover Root the new Blood Worth Knowing storer Many thousand people have found a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re- Â¬ Exhaustion Nervous Prostration Sleeplessness and all diseases arising factory results do not follow their These remedies have won use from derangement of the stomach livor and kidireya we would be their great- popularity purely on pleased to give yqua package of this their jrierits For sale by great nerve tonio free of charge Carpenter Druggist I H 45 Chapman Williams - spoelflo for the prevailing malady of the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Rheumatism Coetiveness Nervotrs if you have nover used this groat We desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling Dr Kings New Discovery fo Consumption Dr Kings New Life Tills Bucklens Arnica Salve md Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well or that have uiven such We do not universal satisfaction hesitate to guarantee them every ime and we stand ready to rr urid the purchase price if satis- Â¬ 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf opposite Stute House H G MATTEEIT THE- BRICK RESIDENCE OF DR W B ROD on Miilu street containing ten rooms Tnls is one of the best built residences In the city Apply to CO L B MARSHALL THE Apents A Good Investment TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON Wapplng street west of Mr 8 B Holmes residence This property will be offered as a whole at a bargain or It will be sold In lots of 40 For terms or 50 feet front to suit purchuser L B MARSHALL fc CO Agents apply to BUILDING- LOTS - I Piitiinilir 334 MAIN STREET 0 N HOLMES AND ANN STREETS FOR SALE Apply to LB MARSHALL CO Agents f FRANKFORT KY MURRAY PROPERTY ON consisting of u brick residence of 5 This prop Â¬ rooms and about two acres of lund ROOMS AT THORN erty Is well located and on uccount of the lurgo OF ANEW HOUSE Is a FOrtR In tho yard und lot will be u good Investment in addition to mak Â¬ cistern There ing a very desirable home For terms apply to also n good garden Apply to FOR EENT FORSALE mllE 1 street EXUM L B MARSHALL L B MARSHALL Agents Agents CO SX- - SW fWWmW v -- r r 7 I Hudson Humphries Ready Made Clothing We have never had it be fore but we have it now and we have lots of it We have Nobby Suits for Young Men Plain Substantial Suits for Old Men Suits for Middle Aged Men Pants for Large Small and Medium Sized Men and in fact all kinds of clothing for all kinds of men We hope you will take a look at our clothing before buying flyflsori Â¬ c jljL I Tailoring Department The high standard of our suits to order will not only be maintained but it shall be our earnest endeavor to increase our popularity by making them better than ever Our Spring stock has arrived and we feel sure it will only require an exami nation to convince you of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can in dulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ WK3S1E5EE2S85S 1 s s n Mies 4 Bassell L L priso uaesKtsMSKSMa Hudson Bnptts lEssaosssaMjesa Â¬ toll WorJtc if - The Prisoners Hope ur convict 409 ff If all the world without ray God Were given unto me Tho t were a million times more broad T would but a prison be For Thro Its wide and cheerless space Like Noahs dove my eouI Would seek In vain a resting place Beyond the arks control I Tho I be bound with prison chain If Jesus dwell with me Thon een a dungeon with Its pain Were priceless liberty For when within u dungeon dark I breathe my Saviours name Ills love Ignites a Heavenly spark More bright than earthly flame Tho Iron door exclude the duy And make It dark within It cant shut out the faintest ray Of Heavenly light let In Tho I have often done amhs And sometimes wickedly Yet all my Hope and trust Is this My God forgiveth mel Then let the world Inhuman cold Exulting ut my fall Take back her gaze oht peace untold Christ hears the convicts call The t raised heart he will not break Nor quench hopes feeble Hume And when all earthly friends forsake I And Him still the same Xentuckt Pkhitkntury April 13 1893 consequence with the exception of one Miss Agnes Delaporte the en tiro cast was very inferior and not equal to a goott amateur company Let our sister interior towns in the State beware how they make con- Â¬ tracts therefore with the Tar and Tartar Company Good Business of Local Enter- - To Cincinnati Distressing Accident About 4 oclock Thursday afternoon Annie the bright little daughter of Rev J H Burdin was missed from her home near the Forks of Elkhorn and uponsearch being made for her her lifeless body was found in the well of Mr Calvin Greenup a neigh bor who lives only a few yards away The little one was only six years of age and it is supposed that while playing about the well she lost her footing and fell in Mr Burdin and wife have been very unfortunate lately as this is the second child they have lost within the last year and the sudden taking off of their little darling was a terrible blow to them They have the warmest sympathy of the entire community in which they live The funeral will take place this morning at 10 oclock from the family residence Â¬ xflU shipments from the factory to their customers among the wholesale dealers of tho State Those of our citizens desiring new vehicles or other goods in their line should call on this enterprising concern and they are sure of having their interests well taken care of They do business on very fair princi- Â¬ ple Â¬ On April 20th the Kentucky MidNotwithstanding the rainy bad land Railway will sell tickets to Cin Â¬ cinnati and return at rate of 225 weather of the past ten days the each Good going on any train of that Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works date and good to return until the report large sales from the retail last train of the 21st This excursion is in house and also unusually heavy the Ladies Aid Societythe interest of Worry and Disease The answer Is with our Compound Oxtoen and ours only The count- Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious AVhat about your need Abookufexplanatlonand proof Is yours to consider If asked for now are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tpem at once How can he overcome CD Bercaw G P A To Springfield Ohio Drs STARKEY PALEN The L N Railroad will sell tick- Â¬ 162 Arch Street Philadelphia Pa ets to Springfield Ohio at one fare Dec 24 ly going and one third fare returning May 11th to 14th on account of Scotch Irish Society of America BLUE BBHSS H B Logsdon Agent HUES 1893 The Court of Claims Small Farm for Salo 1893 - fi I t THE TAR AND TARTAR A Contract Violated and a Warn ing to Managers of the Opera Houses in Small Cities Are You Going to the ExP Chicago during the great Columbian Exposition and want a real first class place to stop where everything is done up in regular old Kentucky style write to Mrs S P Riohardson 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to save you quarters in her house Mrs Riohardson is a former Frankfort lady widow of the late Owen T Rioh Â¬ ardson and one of tho nicest of house keepers Her terms are reason Â¬ able and she should be liberally patronized by people from her old 32 tf home The Court of Claims met Monday A small farm of twenty acres well and transacted a few other matters improved and two miles from this AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMALL than the St Clair street bridge re- Â¬ city on a good pike is offered for sale FRUIT grope vines asparagus and every- Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn i nd garden Prices at a bargain For terms c apply low We sell direct and have no agents Cata port 29 tf logues on application to Sher- Â¬ at this office They made a settlement with Â¬ iff Noel and agreed to raise the salaH F HILLENMEYER The cheapest line of ladies miss ry of the County Judge 200 which es cnliurens mens and boys shoes Lexington Ky will make the sum paid to him 1000 to be found in the city ac I Davis Mur ll Sin per annum The following claims were allowed For Sale or Rent My dwelling WM John Slucher 118 87 for work on house on Ann street tf J T Buckley Crab Orchard turnpike and E Pow W ATTORN er 9705 for work on county propDr Hales Household Ointment erty Â¬ SPRING CROMWEU EY-AT-LA- Â¬ Â¬ If you are contemplating a trip to Ice Ice Mr N I McDaniel announces that he has completed arrangements to supply the people with ice this sea- Â¬ son in any quantity they may desire He also proposes to furniBh a quality of pure artificial ice at as low a figure as can be furnished by any one in the city His wagons will make regular calls and orders will receive prompt attention He de Â¬ sires to thank the publio for patron- Â¬ age in the past and solicits a con- Â¬ tinuance or the same All of the novelties in An Opera Company whloh violates its agreement with the manager of a publio hall is no more entitled to the esteem and good will of the people afterward than an individual who ob Â¬ tains money under false pretenses It is on the faith of the agreement that tho company will appear and give a performance with suoh mem Â¬ bers as their entertainment calls for that the publio are induced to pay for their seats and when that im Â¬ plied contraot is violated tho con- Â¬ demnation of the publio and the law should seize upon tho company and oblige them to disgorge their gains On Monday night the Tar and Tartar company willfully defraud ed the people of this city and obtain- Â¬ ed a dollar and a half a seat for a performance that was not worth soventy flvo cents All tho loading members who gavo superior attraction to tho company failed to appear and in ill-gott- AGENT the finest remedy in the world PRACTICE IN THJt COUBT8 0 It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Vranklln and the adjoining Cures will alio rive ipclal attention to eounttM aaa Neuralgia and Rheumatism the parohate Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum and tale of real estate collection ef rrnte elalme in the mcxt soothing manner Cures lBriS1 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo AGENTS local and travel taken internally A positive specific ing at once to sell Orna Â¬ for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns mental Shrubs itpses Trees and Fruits EmerlChilblains Soros of long standing enco unnecessary Salarv and expenses paidCorns and Bunions are cured quickly weekly Permanent positions No security redifferent from all else superior to all quired Must furnish references as to good else it has no eqnalj 25 and 60c boxes character CHARLES R CHASE Rochester N Y LargOtiize cheapest Sold at Oarpen SSr Mentlon this paper Mar 26 2m 8 tkrs drug store Fs Â¬ RBAI BSTATJB WANTED Wanted Store room for Ront I offer for rent my store house in Jacksonville Shelby county It is in good repair and has all necessary shelving in it Persons wishing to rent would do well to call and see it Jambs Roberson 81 lm Jacksonville Shelby Go mens boys Ladies and childrens clothing can be found with throatand gentlemen sufferbig aad luag difficulties to at I Davis 30 tf call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Miles Norvo and Liver Pills recommend it ob a superior remedy Bronchitis Consumption and all diseases of the throat and lungs It will stop a cough quioker than any known remedy WewilUguaranteo It to oure you If your children have croup or whooping cough Jt 1b sure to give instant relief Dont dolay but get a trinl bottlo free Large size 6fo Sold by Chapman Williams for Coughs Colds Â¬ TABLERS Oure which we are distributing free of charge and we can confidently BUGKEYELikk DUE Â¬ Â¬ Act on a new prinoiple regulating tho liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles PillB speedily oure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and Two good second hand buggies for children Smallest mildest surest sale at 50 doses for 25 cents Mastin Bros Samples free at 30 tf J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE rrPM4kr and CERTAIN OURE known for 15 yars as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES RiaURBBeiTATLORUID BTL0UT8 CO 40 U SHBinAaMnSHUHBliBBMMB3wKSMMrJMKMJ9S59KjnMe 8 FRANKFORT Main Street ver gQJKCTaiBBSRamsaWtBjll MtjJWW Ml limircVIME W I I la m urn M fi V Li 4th and Jefferson gggliCJiWgagSlUwaer BaSH very DUNLAP HATS Full and Complete hi l Spring o o o o Department isiJblC3i SBboeflS prices We have them for Men Boys and Children We have this season the very swellest assortment of spring suits in all shades and makes we have ever been able to offer before The very best dressed people of our community wear our clothing Why Because the are best makes correct styles and lowest s UITS FANCY SHIRTS We show an immense line They are all the go 25c 50c 75c 100 150 200 and 2 50 We have all the new things See them before you buy Latest Black on sale FULL DRESS SHIRTS One big lot worth 150 go at 715c LEATHER COLLAR 33c BOXES real value 100 Ladies and gentlemen who wear fine shoes are especially invited to see our line of COLORED SHOES in Goat Russia Calf and genuine Seal and colored Kangaroo in all One large lot Ladies Oxford Colored Goat go at 150 the new lasts 50c 25c The greatest line of HOSIERY NECKWEAR ever shown by us Fifty dozen beautiful WINDSORS Full widths and lengths assorted colors BflEe TANS ixb BROWNS We show the greatest line of all wool CHILDRENS CAPS Spring Novelties One large lot go at 25c assorted colors Ever shown by any house Give other houses a look and then come to us and you j will readily see we save you from 3 to 5 on these suits Suits BLUES GRAYS JLOc saw The best line you ever Blacks 75 value 40c our own 25c Tans Slates doz real importation TRUNKS AJND BAGS SEE OUR JEWELRY LINK BUTTONS The handsomest line in the city new patterns Â¬ Remember no other house can show you as great line as we do this season and our prices are right BOYS I AND CHILDRENS SUITS SHIRT WAISTS 25c 50c 75c and 1 150 to SIOOO KENDRICK COLLINS Crutcner rani don the parents at once wired the couple to return to the city and all would be forgiven Mr Kendriok is about twenty years of age He is a native of Washing Â¬ ton county and before his parents settled in Louisville lived in Mt He is Sterling and also Covington the correspondent of the New York World and is a bright and promising young man who has won numerous friends here that wish him and his pretty bride a long and happy future crowned with the richest blessings of life Tlie Xvead inig A Clotliiers 23 XL2i5I kD XeComptes Bottom Rev P E Kavanaugh was in New Castle Monday The new Kentucky river packet Rescue will shortly appear in this Elopement of a Youthful Couplo and Their Marriage in Joffer- sonville The elopement of MisB Ethel Mr Webbs grist mill is now in Collins daughter of Mr Leslie Col- Â¬ running order lins and her marriage to Mr George Mrs T M Jessee of Bagdad is Kendriek on Tuesday evening in visiting her brother R J Hieatt Jefiforsonville occasioned great sur Â¬ here prise in the city when the news was Mr L T Hieatt of Bagdad visited first received on Wednesday morn- Â¬ his son here last week Mitohell Mrs Sallie rices have been firm with an active ing Miss Collins who is quite Miss Patsy Kavanaugh returned S emand for everything in good con- Â¬ Pulliam Mrs James Bryant and petite is very young not over seven- Â¬ Mrs Debbie A Quire were the guests from Ghent Wednesday dition the sweating season is ap- Â¬ of Physicians Puzzled teen years of age and decidedly at- Â¬ proaching and sellers would do well lastthe family of Mr Thornt Sudduth Mrs M A Brown who has been week tractive both in features and the to bo very particular about the condi- Â¬ visiting in this neighborhood loft for to are Quite a large attendance at Mt her home Wednesday ingenuous charms of a vivacious onMany porsotis side unablecause sleep tion of their tobacco has The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Zion Sunday and one of the best pursuing her longtheir left puzzle Tho physicians girlhood Though still The warehouse and dwelling house been a to for new burley to sermons wo have ever heard and we resent our studies at school she was very popu Â¬ Metropolitan papers speak with great bacco 18U2 market at tho mouth of Sand Ripple owned crop sorry to say that the preacher was by Mrs Mary Jane lar among the younger set of gentle Â¬ interest of Dr Franklin Miles Trash dark or damaged disturbed so by some boys asto have entire contents of both Johnson with specialist were burned the eminent Indiana i 50 55 00 to ask the officers to protect tobacco men and rarely lacked an escort to in nervous and heart diseases who Common Oolory trash 6 503 7 50 We hope this disturbance will him to the ground Thursday afternoon not carry her books or hold an umbrella hiio proven that this habit arises to good colory occur again The Methodists of Flat Creek He has ex Â¬ Medium over her as she walked to and from from a diseased heart 7 50 00 trash Church have had a glorious revival amined hihI kept on record fchouttonds Common lugs not colory 5 Mr Robert Sudduth is not seen the depot to Prof T M Turners of 00 Cure a Common Oolory lugs We know that many will be grieved caios 8 50 down on Stoney so often now Mr Ken wonderful Hi Now is Heart at What school on the South Side sold remedy J W Medium to good colory is the reason Why sinerimr is closed to know that Allen Bright is very drick who first came here during the i iayleb Thousands testify to its siok at his home near Pleasureville 11 00 of course 9 lugs value as a cure for Hcurt Diseases Common to medium leaf 8 Rip Van Winkle Con Con as a page was not slow 13 00 Mr W C Bryant has completed even at that period of Miss Collins Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Colo Medium to good leaf 13 15 00 on her were marvelous uuuu jays its 20 00 his store and ho will keep a large line 10 age to evince a marked preference t3legtnb effectson heart disease free tu UUO lUill Illinois Kentucky book of groceries and dry goods Call and beiect or wrappery 4 for her company and after his return see him 20 OOGi 24 00 tobacco From Danvillle 111 Mrs H J with the Legislature in the capacity Messrs Bud Sudduth Geo Young Naboro writes I have been using press his suit with Naval Rendezvous Hampton Roads of bill clerkto Earnest Moore Eugene and Duard your The Verdict Unanimous scrofula Harbor a man who Bryant and MiBses Lilly and Nora greatlyremedies forMy back and am the courage and ardor of benefited was al Â¬ most one solid sore had thrown the word fail out of The Ohesapeako and Ohio Railway Two boxes of It presses tFe lawyer and his client dinner at Mr Will Sudduths t00f Dr Hales Household Ointment Few young ladies will sell excursion tickets to Norfolk too to have the verdict of the jury Sunday his vocabulary healed it entirely A great jury composed could withstand such devotion as or Old Point Comfort and return for unanimous George Mitchell Is From Olivo Hill Kv Mrs MJ ut eao special train leaving Cincinnati of the American public has rendered Mr think that Brass willrestliiRunder his trees To Mr Kendrick displayed but obdu April 15th 1893 grow Matney writes May 13 1892 My at 9 a m reaching an unanimous verdict on Dr Halos rate parents however are sometimes destination about noon next day Household Cough Cure asa medicine Well wo will desist for this time daughter has been afflicted with erysipelas in her agreeing made of sterner stuff than their It was long ago said that all the cure for that ite promises of a speedy hoping to hear from Tucker Branch Sho is now past 12 eyes from infancy years old and one coughs colds and bronchial soon Pink and Rose lovely daughters Aware that a Navies of the world could ride in 25c box has cured her It costs no safety in Hampton Roads Harbor troubles are always carried out to parental hand would bo interposed The Rendezvous April 17th will more to get the best Get a box at the letter This pleasant verdict has show Easy to take Dr Prices Planflnnf P H Carpenters drug store 1 to prevent their marriage not bo that this is true as representative not been obtained witnout great pains smallest easiest cheapest cause of any objection to the lover vessels from the greatest Nations of taken to make it the best cough cure feiiots Theyre tiny on a bottle be8h but becauso it was thought they were the world will meet there and cro y the market Try cold andwhon anti bilious granuels a sugar coated Kings Royal Gormatour you compound of nave a cough or through many interesting maneuvers too young to enter upon such a stop This Is bolong to tho unanimous over ruiiuou anu concentrated vegetable Pre ominontly the medioine of the somothing that will only be Without disturbance or oentury Its phenominal the couple planned an elopement to UWVAJ nnon in n HfnHmn rrinlcifr will HUer 1OrSJl ilb by P H Carpenter extracts HOfin W4rfV At4 LIUUOLO will tUUlillJUl trouble Constipation Indigestion a seller and fnvorito with success as 1 Miss Collins who be low onouerh for ovorvono to rvMI j rHggBt the people Jeflorsonvillo Bilious Attacks Sick and Bilious Is the acknowledged wonder of the lives a mile from the city boarded thomselves of the opportunity For Headaches and all derangements of medicine world Country Homo Based upon the further information apply to O O tho liver stomach and bowels aro Germ thoory of DiseaaeBj it is unique the east bound train as usual on ticket agents Por modern and at once popular com Â¬ Tuesday morning to come to school Wg11 nore wo ar0 stil1 living in our prevented relieved and cured H manontly is T but was transferred to the west biiilolis A Itaiizer T what you need country home and indood wo aro 011- - and naturalcured too By their mild mending itself an a necessary house Â¬ action those little Pellets hold remedy for Dyspepsia It advertises best by bound train on the other sido of the Skin or Kidney Torpid Liver Yellow- joying onrselvos as well as over load the system into natural ways its uso Specific for all Catarrhal Trouble It is guarbridge where both trains meet and nnteed to givo you satisfaction T1 fftrorfl a delighted to see iigum j jiuir luuuenco lasts diseases a Nerve Tonic aud Blood woathor was in Louisville and over in Price 75c Sold by W M0K00 Hardio suoh Purifier It is without doubt tho Everything catarrhal in its nature most reliable germ destroyor in ox Mr Robert Fleming who has boon Jeflorsonvillo and married long Jliving on tho farm of Mr Wash catarrh itself and ail tho troublos Istaneo and to the extent that tho before hor parents had reason to take theory is correct Kings Royal that come from catarrh aro perfectly cj a WUcfl S1HMOH8 Vaughn moved last Sunday alarm at her absence ermeteur is the remedy It Is no and permanently cured by Dr Sagos Wo road a few lines in tho Tucker Catarrh Remedy accident but is tho result of flftoon Aftor recoiving the announcement No Branoh news whioh related that Mr bad your case or of howmatter how years study of medical genius For Â¬ long stand of the marriage and a plea for par Earnest Moore had lost his heart ing you can bo cured sale by Chapman Williams 19 Â¬ Â¬ I LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR- - Wo would be glad to hear of its whereabouts but we never heard of KET anyone losing their heart and we think he must have given it away FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT just for an April fool LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Mrs Fanny Mitchell was the guest of Mrs Lucy Mitchell last week Sales on our market for the week justelosed amount to 2688 hhds with Mr Warren Mitchell and wife were receipts for the same period of 1516 the guests of Mr George Mitohell hhds Sales on our market since Jan ana iamuy Jasc Saturday uary 1st amount to 50649 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to Miss Nora Sudduth visited Miss Pearl Pulliam last Saturday and Sun date 55659 hhds The receipts and sales on our mar- day nna miss Jfeari returned home ket for the past week were somewhat with hor Monday smaller than for sometime past and Mrs Fanny trade j i Jar Â¬ i j j b01 -- I i ESSBKSSEi mdi