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QWWWtW Til1 VOL XYL Framfobt A li OMMBOFT H 1 1 f GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEKKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 38 FEANKFORT KY SATURDAY APBIL 22 1893 Latest U S Govt Report Missionary Meoting Missionary Meeting of tho Franklin County Association will bo held abMt Vernon Church Franklin Coun- Â¬ ty Ky on Saturday and Sunday April 29th and 30th 1893 The following programme has been arranged for the occasion A Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power W 1 w GUARANTE This brand Guarantees this Hose until JANUAKY 1895 aa THE CIRCUIT COURT d The Awards Made by Justice During the Week Even-Hande- Powder also judgment for The Franklin Safety Vault and TruBt Co a de- Â¬ fendant for 6000 with liens on property in the county which is ordered to be sold to enforce pay- Â¬ ment thereof Jas S Buchanans lien being first Mrs Ingrahams second Safety Vault third and Mitchell Furniture Co last Hendricks excepts and prayed an appeal which was granted SATURDAY 11 A M 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE Wm Arthur who was arrested for hog stealing was discovered during his trial to be insane and the jury ordered him sent to the asylum at Lexington Otto Schmidt who stole a revolver from the Freeman house was sent- Â¬ enced to confinement in the jail for six months Ennis Clarke colored who robbed JVIrs Will McEnnis of her pocket book and the money in it about two months ago was sent to the work honse for six months The injunction against J E Miles Son to restrain them from using the switch down Governors alley to their elevator was sustained Kentucky Grandi8on Pope vs River Packet and Tow Boat Compa- Â¬ ny and Mrs Ellon Chambers vs same dismissed at defendants cost R S If Frankfort Had Sidewalks on the South Side on both sides of the main thorough faros An ordinance in force requiring the laying of a few squares of vitrified brick pavements every year until all the streets in tho city are remade w i The splendid St Clair streetbridge and the new Masonic Temple finish- Â¬ ed A new State Capital building that Reading of Psalm and prayer Rev J H case Hose Burdin a BRAND on and 2 Explanation of the meeting J 3s T Staten Chairman 3 1115 Call for reports from the churches 4 1130 Brief sketch of our district above is work and its present needs and fu- Â¬ ture outlook Rev J H Burdin and others 6 1150 Song service G 12 m Sermon Rev J W Fow- Â¬ ler alternate Rev Garret Reed 7 730 p m Sermon Rev Jack Head alternate Rev J H Burdin SUNDAY 10 a m 8 Song service 9 1010 The great need of Sunday schools James Conley Rev W O S fi 8 Tb a h i T IT T si dh Taylor and Rev Garret Reed 10 1025 The qualification of its officers and teachers F M Foather I ston Rev Jack Head and Rev J W JLJ Jfi J II JL JAM K Fowler 11 1045 Organization Rev J H MAIN BROADWAY Burdin 12 1105 Song service 13 ll10 Sermon Rev W C Tay- lor Oponing exercises 103d In the get bursts bring it with this new length ZEVCHE3A7Z The made into the Hose and means just what it says Lawn Mowers and Garden Tcols M ilU Hardware Merchant fi PGRAY m f Vi bi A RwTi i -- JJ Wfc JL XBJJJ1LJJJJJI Lexington Ky Harriet Perrys administrator vs c city Colemans administrator tt dismissed at the plaintiffs cost Outdoor concerts during the James M Wakefield vs Jerry V Downey dismissed settled c vs The John N Orutcher Trustees of Bellopoint tem- Â¬ Board of porary injunction made perpetual to restrain sale of horse and surrey for taxes of 1892 C H Julian vs W L Webber c judgment for plaintiff for 2974 with interest from October 1890 subject to a credit of 230 and order for sale of property to enforce lien J y Poe V3 J D True judgment for plaintiff for balance due on note of 120 subject to if credit of 30 B F Duvalls administrator vs Richard Tobin judgment for plain- Â¬ tiff for 14 and costs Commonwealth of Kentucky vs the Kentucky Central Railway Com- Â¬ pany judginont for plaintiff and lien on railway for 20000 for taxes due State Mary E Frazier empowered to act as a feme sole The indictments returned by the grand jury were as follows Llewellyn Peyton 2 bills for selling cigarettes to minors John Klebor same 2 bills Dennis ONan gaming Henry Vest same Lizzie Butler false swearing Legrand Tate carrying concealed a deadly weapon Wm Onan same Henry Morris Farthing same Wm Thompson grand larceny O A Proohl allowing minor to play pool Jack Estos assault Isaac Potra forgery James M Wood incest The case against Estes for assault was tried and ho was fined 25 and cost The grand jury made their final report to tho court and adjourned They say that they in- Wednesday vostigated all tho crimes and misdo- meanors which were brought to their attention The penitentiary jail work house and alms houso were visited by thorn and all found to be in excellent condition Co vs Thos Hun- A O Elliott tor Superintendent of Common Schools judgment forU7 forplaintiff against Henry HugheB Harvey Lan ter and Haydon as trustees of Sohool District No 37 and also said Hunter V would be a credit to Kentucky and give stability to real estate in thi3 sumÂ¬ j Commandery Election At the regular monthly conclave of Frankfort Commandory No 4 K T held on Thursday evening the fol lowing officers were elected to serve during the ensuing year Sir Ben T Farmer Eminent Com- Â¬ mander Sir G Russell Sneod Generalissimo Sir John Bradley Captain General Sir Jacob Swigert Prelate Sir Vernon L dark Senior Warden Sir Guy Barrett Junior Warden Sir V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer Sir M P Gray Recorder Sir George W Wilder Standard Bearer Sir George A Lewis Warder Sir Gus Schaoffer Sentinel After the election the order of Red Cross Knight was conferred upon three postulants Attention W YOU are cordially invited to call and mer in the State House yard by Prof Wolfes band examine our Magnificent IV ri Electric arc lights at every inter- Â¬ section on the South Side as well as tho North Side n ft Display of House Furnishings Chamber Suits Folding Ikd Hal Racks f Carpets Rugs Mattings Linoleums t The hill side cemetery walk put in good ropair and open to the public The plank walk from bridge to bridge and continue by Bellopoint with reconstructed walk and road to the lock ii ft An electric line of street cars to the cemetery reservoir Bellopoint Thorn Hill and Loestown a Lice Curtain Side Hoards i rcarn nana j Portiers China Silks Muslins Wall Papers Book Caes i j Extension Tables Chairs Rockers j i t s i y 0-- ft J J j j I j Dr Hales Honscho d Cough Pure No trouble to make your selection as our Stock in each de Â¬ Jtwty entitled to wio praise it is re ceiving Wherever introduced it has partment is the largest southof the Ohio river Our proven itself tho most reliable reme dy known ior the cure of coughs Prices Guaranteed the Lowest oOh hoarseness whooping cough bronchitis soreness of the lungs and every Kind of a cough from a simple Wouldnt you think that a now era cold to incipient comnumption Purely vcgetablo Always reliable had dawned on the city in which the and effective For sale at 25 and States ablest men of tho past centu 50 cents per bottle at P II Carpin Cirpets Furniture Will Paper find Draperies ry have assembled to write the histo turs drug store and many at the ry of tho State close of life to lay clown thoir bur Sunday Trains BBSTMQCUITT UOSTIXQCISTITT A F x miS IP ft 1 dens and take their final rest in tho Pi be wu S3 Beginning on Sunday May 7th the beautiful cemetery on the hill v I osLwsu Kentucky Midland Railway will run Well tho light that preceds the Sunday trains between this city and W3h 8T ta w im WANTED w r r ri dawn is hero and the prediction is Paris There will bo two trains each XI kdy Salary or Commission Paid Weekly gj not only will all these way leaving this city at 810 a m made that stwidywork rpllaMe Jtok outfit freo no ex pnrleiKH aelil Wil for ttrina tinl twtl things come to pass but a fow more and 225 p n roturning at 1135 a Heler t tills papt r iiioiilnls yoars will witness a transformation m and 010 p m Persons who can Â¬ f l v n inkm J B NELLISOO ji risn kl a in the appoaranoe of Main street not leave homo during tho week will NURSERYMEN ROCHESTER NY April 15 yt AMMraadfUKAHJ and an enlarged and handsomocourt find these trains very convenient for houso with a splendid clock and taking a run into the country YEARS FOR illuminated dial and the building of Has lad all Worm Rornedies the nine miles of railroad to Alton to EVER BOTTLE GUARANTEED connect with tho Louisville Southern SOLT CVIIIY WHERE is Â¬ Â¬ More manufacturing enterprises to take advantage of the location that can furnish the finest water power in the State or when the river improve- ment is complete the cheapest coal timber pottery and fire clays and building stones and transportation everywhere by river or rail Justly Entitled to It And Wood Mantels BROW HR SCOTT mm FJRAZEE OM JaSi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ stlMffi A j Phi s WsTE3 JTTV ta w illsli 20 k El si 8REAI SADDLESTALLI0N FASHION NO 156 National Sad lie Horse Register j Which will add to the general com- Â¬ fort convenience enjoyment and prosperity and make Frankfort ono of the lovliest cities in tho State i I trprltlr ItKllillDStlNTiYLOU BKU CO STLOCU WS I CORE Mtifacici rg cents I St a And Frankfort will have them Throat Plaster Mr3 V Curef Consumption will give crest For a Lame Conpli9CroHii8oro Poldby nil Drnircists on a Guarantee Ride Pack or Chot Hhlohs Porous Sired by the Gretit Uosfoel NSHU as Superintendent Robert Mitoholl Furniture Co vs W J Hondrick c judgment for plaintiff for 12000 with interest from July 1892 also judgment for Mrs E J Ingraham a defendant for 3230 alBO judgment for James S I Davis has an ologant lino of Buohanan a dofendant for 4000 pants -- Persona who are subjoot to attackB of biliouB colic can almost invariably toll by their feelings when to expect an attack If Ohamborlains Oolic Oholera and Diarrhcoa Romody Ib taken as soon as tho symptoms npT pear they can ward oif the disoaso Such porsonB should alwaya keep the Remedy at hand ready for immedi- Â¬ ate use when needed Two or throe doses of it at tho right time will save them muoh sufforing For sale by J W Gayle Druggist lm tlaliserHAVED MY LIFE 1 comtderitthelcstretrCluforaUMUatediiatrm For I ever 3d oxcoIb Dvupopsln Llvor or Ivldncy lrico 75 via troublo It ShUoWtiV SHSLCSHS VBTAUEER says 8 Hawkins Clmttnnooan Turn rnilKHE WILL HK A MEETING OF STOCK lstdam X holders of Frankfurt uiiri Flat Citek Turn 2d dam plko ltoiid Co lit Uio Court home at 11 oclock Wednesday May 10 h18W for the election ot 8d dam ofllcoru and tho transaction of other Imsme ss NoTK that may come before thu moetlng L A I- - by Beauty No 601 by Made by American Clay HARROD BKN MARSHALL Secy and Treas Pres Foalfid In 18S8 dark bay with black iiolnts irUj hands IiIkIi Fine maiiH and tall with of Ktyle and a horso ot wonderful bune sub lots Ills breedliiK traces to Btauce and ondurauue such great saddle horses as ltoscoe Blue Jeans 3 Rob Roy U2 Denmark F S and Copperbut -- Will make tho season at Belle Grove Stock Farm six miles from Frankfort at Have you Catarrh Trytbla Romody I twill rollovo and Curo you Prioo w ots luia in r furnished Jootor or Ita Buocosaf ul treatment by ua oa a free Bhlloha Itoraedloa aro sold guarantoo to givo eatlsfaotlon S HILOHSCATARRH REMEDY W J CHINN JR tom K S TERMS 15 FOR A LIVING COLT For sale by W Jan 28 McKee Hardie OLD STAND I Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Custom House ly nALLS A cash premium of 825 will bo given for the best colt by him foal of 04 bee stud card for full pedigree Ac Fashion will bo shown In Frankfort April Court Day SODTU TRIMBLE Mnr4 3m TJJ VM EHH 2 r OT xo OOO Bolts ox UTall Paper 3 TEi M L LI Troy Surreys worth Shcrwin gallon 1 3ST G-6l 71 4 T I111 v -- h We will close out as follows 75 at S145 Williams Paint at Si 45 per 1 51 and 83 cents c We make the following cash Prices Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg Si 90 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts 10 Distons Hand Saw Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells S7JA cents per box 1 Germania Paint at 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 04 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Hames 50 cts Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 Grate Baskets 4 cts per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Steel Wagon Material Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Rope Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbed and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed Oxts Field and Garden Seed And a full line of m l tS -- GGNERML HMRDWMRE Cor Main and Lewis Streets PERSONAL Mr M P Gray was in Louisville X Qn g fa Â¬ AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE VI A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Tuesday Mr Wrn Sellers of Versailles was here Thursday Mrs L Cf Norman was in Louis- Â¬ ville Wednesday Mrs W H Jeffries is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Mr George H Watson was in Louisville Tuesday Mr George Sherlock of Lexington was here Thursday Miss Ida Wymond of Louisville is visiting in the city Miss Sue Morris will visit relatives in Louisville to day Mr George Salender sr was in Louisville this week Mr Arthur Weitzel is home from Indianapolis Indiana Mr Ed Drane left Monday for a trip to New York City Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington is visiting friends here Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington is visiting relatives here Miss Sannie Gaines of Georgetown visited friends here Monday Miss May Field of Louisville is the guest of Mrs George P Berry Miss Annie Orutcher went to Lex- Â¬ ington Monday to visit friends Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington is visiting relatives in this city Mr Lorain Rogers of Waco Texas is visiting his parents in this city Mrs Chas G Cady of Maysville is visiting her son Mi W S Cady Mr James Withrow went to Mid Â¬ way Wednesday to visit his brother Mrs E H Rankin went to Oldham county Wednesday to visit her daughÂ¬ I Judges Bennett Yost and Lewis and also Mrs Lewis were in Louisville Wednesday Mrs Nicholas McDowell and dauglr ter Miss Bessie went to Danville Monday for a few days Miss Latimer Ready of Louisville arrived Thursday to visit her sister Mrs George B Salender Mrs H L Burch left Monday after- Â¬ noon for a visit of several weeks to her parents in Louisville Miss Hallie Gay of Woodford county is the guest of Miss Carrie Blakemore near this city Mr Mike Kennedy went to Hunting- Â¬ ton W Va Saturday and will make that city his future home Major H S Hale State Treasurer returned home Tuesday from a trip to Eddyville and Mayfield Miss Sadie Tanner and Miss Rachel Oromie left yesterday afternoon for a visit to friends in Louisville Misses Belle and Annio Clay of Lexington are visiting Miss Chris Â¬ tine Reynolds at Fleetwood Mrs W H Newhall Jr and Miss Lutie Ware went to Louisville Wed- nesday and returned laat evening Mr George Hodges and wife of Texas are visiting his sister Mrs Jas W Hughes on Second street Mrs Bromley after a visit to her daughter Mrs John W Bohannon returned homo to Maysville Satur day Mrs A N Herndon and Mrs Helton of Barbourville are the guests of Hon John M Tinsley and Â¬ Clark of that city who will make her a visit for a week or more Mrs H 0 Olds of Radnor Ohio is visiting her mother Mrs Mahony in this county Miss Annie Hines who has been visiting Mrs Henry F Duncan re- Â¬ turned to her home in Bowling Green Saturday Mr Webster Gazlay and his bride after a visit to Mrs Gazlays mother Mrs Duvall retured to their home in Louisville Monday Mr Will Shelton the commercial evangelist was in the city yesterday taking leave of friends and relatives The St Louis house for which he travels has transferred him to Vir- Â¬ ginia and he will hereafter make Richmond his base of operations and travel in that State alone GES II1ISPU OF HANDSOME Society Events J The last German of the season was given at the Capital Hotel ball room Thursday night It was a most de Â¬ lightful event and attended by nearly all the society people of this city as well as many from other points in the State Mr and Mrs Sam D John- Â¬ son led the dance and Mrs L P Tarlton and Mrs W F Dandridge awarded the favors which were both unique and elegant The visit- Â¬ ing ladies present were Misses Sim rail Thornton Belle and Annie Clay of Lexington Fowler of Rig Stone Gap Gay and Arnett of Woodford county FATTEEUS R R OGERS lor I0 W FKLICKS ORIPFITH St SEMFLyB LOU SVILLE KY SON 1 removing titumpa and Hocks ior Quarry men and Well diggers Safe easily bandied and cheap For full information and price address Committees to Meet Mur lti ly wife ter Mr Humphrey Evans of Indianapolis is visiting his mother in this city Mr Thos DeLime after a visit to his mother returned to Chicago Mon- Â¬ day Mrs Grant Green and daughter Miss Kate have returned from Greenville Â¬ Mr O B Crittenden of Missis sippi is visiting his mother Mrs John A Crittenden on tho South Side Misses Maria Lindsey and Rebecca Averill were in Louisville Saturday and attended the Seidl concert that night Major Henry T Stanton was in Mid Â¬ way Thursday entertaining the Mid- Â¬ dies with a reading of his select poems Mrs Bettie Suter returned home Thursday from a visit to her daught Â¬ er Mrs F M Edwards at Beards Station Mr F L Bosworth of Knoxvillo Tenn was in the city Tuesday on business connected with his coal company Mrs Daum lato postmistress at Brooksville Bracken county is visit- Â¬ ing her husband Senator Ed Daum in this city Messrs Julius Luscher EdOlaassen and Sid Davis were in Cincinnati Thursday on a brief trip of pleasure and business Rev George Darsio left Monday He will bo for Norfolk Virginia back in time to fill his pulpit however Messrs J L and W H Waggener left Monday afternoon for Atlantic City New Jersey where they will spend the summer Mr George Webb of Lexington was in the city this week and at Â¬ tended the german at the Oapitaj Hotel Thursday night Representative Eli Nicholls of Caldwell county is confined to his room at Mrs McEwans on Madison street with an attack of the measles Miss Ethel Boone returned this week from a viBit to friends at Louis- Â¬ ville accompanied by Miss Margaret of Sunbeam Hempstead here this Anchorage visited friends week Mrs Frank B Richardson is homo from a visit to relatives in Christian county Mrs Clay Hatchitt of Scott coun- Â¬ ty is visiting her father Col R P Pepper Mrs T B Rodman has returned from a visit to her mother at Mt Sterling Miss Rebecca Williams is home from a sojourn of several months in Colorado Senator and Mrs Wm Lindsay re turned to this city from Washington Saturday Mrs W M Saffell Mrs W HSneed Miss Miss and Miss Todd Saflell spont Tuesday in Louisville Mr L J Blakeley editor of the Newport Journal was in the city the first of the week Miss Rosa Hale of Mayfield is visiting her cousin Miss Mary Hale on Second street Mr Wm W Ely was tendered a position this week with tbo Louis Â¬ ville Nashville railroad surveying corps and entered at once upon the duties The various committees of doctors having in charge the mitter3 per- Â¬ IN THE HISTORIC LITTLE taining to the entertainment of the GEM State Medical Association will meet on Monday evening at 730 oclock at Is Where Buck Itowlett Wants Dr E E Humes office Business oi tho Capital to Remain importance to be attended to U V Williams The following article on Capital Chairman removal is from the La Grange New E E Hume In rendering his Era of last week Secretary upon tho subject Judge opinion Committee of Arrangements Buck states the caso about right It isnt in the ordinary way that It is hard to boliove that the city Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription of Louisville is in earnest in the de comes to the weak and suffering sire to have the capital removed The woman who needs it Its guaranteed from Frankfort to that place not with words merely any medicine benefits that would result to tho me Â¬ can make claims and promises What tropolis of tho Stato would be little is done with the Favorite Prescrip Â¬ compared with the offer she contem Â¬ tion is this if it fails to benefit or plates making It strikes the coun Â¬ euro in any case your money is re- try people that the seeming dosire of Can you ask any better a lew obscure people of the Falls turned proof that a medicine will do what it City to have tho capital is a little bit promises hoggish New York Boston Phila Its an invigorating restorative delphia Cincinnati Baltimore St tonic a soothing and strengthening Louis Chicago San Francisco nor nervine and a certain remedy for the any of the pretentious cities of the beset a Union liavo or desire the seat of ills and ailments that In female complaints of State trovernmont The people ofi woman every kind periodical pains internal Kentucky are proud of Louisville inflammation or ulceration boaring proud of her growth her manufac Â¬ down sensations and chronic weak Â¬ turing interests her great news ness and irregularities it is a positive papers and if tho people of Ken- and complete cure tucky would advise Louisville they To every tired over worked woman would say Lot the capital remain and to every weak nervous and ail Â¬ where it is and take your 1000000 ing one it is guaranteed to bring and reach out to Eastern Kentucky health and strength and secure a trade with tho people who are anxious to trade with you To Springfield Ohio but who nave not had tho induce Lot the capital mento held out ThoL N Railroad will sell tick Â¬ alone and strive for a market for Again there aro mem- Â¬ ets to Springfield Ohio at one fare your goods ng ories associated with tho present going and one third faro roturni May 11th to 14th on account of Scotch seat of government that should not bo destroyed Tho heroic dead who Irish Society of America H B Logsdon rest on Arsenul Hill overlooking the Agent State House were laid there so that I o there heroic deeds would become a Buoklons Arnica Salvo reminder of the fume our Stato has The boat salve in the world for achieved on tho battle fields and in Their bones Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt naval engagements Rheum Fever Soros Tetter Chapped and shafta of granite aro a part of Hands Chilblains Corns and all the oapital itself as much so as tho Skin Eruptions and positively ouros achives of State Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ There is another thing and ono anteed to givo satisfaction or money which should bo seriously thought of refunded Price 36 ceata per box A lobby could be built up in Louis Â¬ For sale by Pan Cabpkntbjj ville such as was never dreampt of 8 ly Corruption would bo jn Frankfort Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ E AflAJUAJ the order of the day return purity Theso gifts are not made with pure and unselfish motives and legislation would be sought and urged which would not be of general interest to the State Let the capital remain in the his Â¬ toric little gem whore tho poorest understand the art of entertaining where the representatives from tho mountains stand elbow to elbow with tho ex governors ex judges instead of with Jack Mellott Tom Scanlan Phil Hinkle and other notorious rounders of th city beside the falls Let the capital remain where the political atmos phere has at least a semblance of Â¬ first class would rule the legislators of the State and do it with an iron hand She would have a million in The city of k Are You Going to tho ExP If you are contemplating a trip to Chicago during the great Columbian Exposition and want a real first class place to stop whore everything is done up in regular old Kentucky style write to Mrs S F Richardson 162 Dearborn Avenue Chicago to save you quarters in her house Mrs Richardson is a former Frankfort lady widow of the late Owen TRich Â¬ ardson and ono of the nicest of hbuso keopers Hor terms aro reason- Â¬ able and she Hhould be liberally patronized by people from her old 32 tf homo To the Chicago Exposition trip tickets to Chicago at 1515 com Â¬ mencing April 20th Account Worlds Fair H B Loqsdon j I j t Tho L N Railroad will sell round Agent trip tioketB to Owensboro Ky at one faro April 24th and 25th good returning until April 29th Account Stato Encampment G A R H B Logsdon Agent The L N Railroad will sell round uU L JuMlLjutlt 1 tJuJiu ikuAiy WTmttI 3 l lata V la ran ft a uu nn au IT AIMS TO TELL YOU That We Have Just Received a New Line of V n Mi 4 r In Bronze Marble Iron Walnut and Oak Cases MWWlH -- 4 dvertisemeh t Ci1 L33 MWX EU E21 lata Lid eh ua M May of A A New Line of Elegant Silverware Selbert JEWELER Frankfort Top Drawer Ky STATE j W r - A Mr tiOCAL Mary L Updyke of Antioch were Demurrers Sustained Which all granted licenses on Wednesday A Servants Theft Wm Thomp- Â¬ duce the States Claim to marry The ceremony which son colored a servant at Col Ohas united the To Whore it Was Placed by a Ma- Â¬ performed last named couple was E Hoges was jailed Saturday afterat the Antioch Church noon by Chief Williams and Officer jority of the Sinking Fund Rev L P Hulett officiating Gordon on the charge of stealing Commissioners Â¬ several fine silk handkerchiefs and a Stone Bryant The marriage of childs gold ring from Col Hoge The suits by the State against the Miss Edwina Bryant to Mr Benja penitentiary lessees have taken up a mino Stone was solemnized at the Bridal Present The Pages and Rupert Councilman Gray good part of the circuit courts time home of the brides parents on the other employes of the House and Casey county for murder Â¬ during the week and though appeals Owenton turnpike Wednesday even Senate on Saturday last presented has been in the penitentiary for a Councilman Watson presonted an will be granted on every point de- Â¬ ing Rev W E Gorey of the Catho- Â¬ Mr George Kendrick their associate number of years and recently became ordinance granting to the L N and cided and the final disposition of the lic Church officiating A largo num- Â¬ who married Miss Ethel Collins last deranged for which reason the par- Â¬ K M Ry or either of them the oases have to be reached through the ber of friends from the city were week witn an elegant clocic as a don was granted that the prisoner right to lay tracks from their yards Court of Appeals the lessees in the present to witness the ceremony and testimonial of their esteem and good might be tried and sent to the asy across High street through tho Governors Alley across Ann street lum proceedings of the cases thus far extend their congratulations and wishes into the flouring mill of J E Miles have obtained the advantage of the good wishes The happy couple will Fell With an Infant Monday Escaped Lunatic Charles Britcon Son State The counter claims of the de Â¬ make their home in this city Mrs Mrs James H Dryden who lives a lunatic who escaped from the An Â¬ Judge Ira Julian who was present fendants therefore when adjudicat Rioh Nicholls While Represen on Arlington Heights while going up chorage Asylum was found in this ed will about offset the States claims tative Niohol Is of Caldwell county the rear steps of her home with her city and taken back to the Asylum made a statement on the part of the L N R R favoring the I passage of and place the settlement just where lay ill of measles at Mrs McEwans infant child in her arms caught her Thursday the ordinance the majority of the Sinking Fund house on Madison street in this city foot on a step and fell in such a way On motion of Councilman McClure Baptizing On Sunday afternoon Commissioners fixed it in their re Â¬ his daughter on Wednesday eloped as to strike the infants head on the the matter be referred to the port to Evansville with Mr Will Rich step The injury was promptly at the recent converts to the First Bap Case No 1 against Mason Foard of Princeton Ky where the couple tended to by Dr Hugh Tobin and it tist Church among the colored peo- Â¬ street committee and city attorney to Company for about 13000 interest reside and failing to obtain a license is not thought that any serious trou- ple will receive the rite of baptism report at next meeting Councilman Swigert chairman of to morrow afternoon at the old Hen- Â¬ on contract of 1885 the defendants to marry because they were not of ble will result from the accident the gas committee asked to be dis- Â¬ derson wharf below the arsenal pleaded payment and settlement in age the determined pair pushed on An Attack charged from full which make is3ue to be tried to Boonevillo Ind and ut last were morning Mr of Vertigo Monday Notary Public Mr James G tion of the the further considera- Â¬ John W Rodman while matter hereafter successful in finding a compassionate at work in his law office was sudden Â¬ Dudley Jr on Thursday qualified as time of the Co of extending the operative Electric The court sustained the demurrer county clerk who assisted them in ly attacked with vertigo that alarmed notary public for this county Co for one year which was granted to first second and third paragraphs tying the matrimonial knot Mail Carrier Mr Edmund Crit- Mr Sam Shea appeared before tho his friends and necessitated prompt of the answer in case No 2 Mason tenden was appointed an extra mail council and requested that the time medical attention He was removed Tom Crolys Word Foard Co the suit being for about carrier this week Mr Wm Weitzel be extended as asked On motion of to the residence of his mother-in-la1100 for extra guards with leave to Is another one of those helpful en Â¬ Mrs Maria Murphy on Main and has retired Councilman Furr the matter was re Â¬ Amend answer couraging stories showing how one Washington streets and before night In Trouble Again J E Kent ferred to the ordinance committeo Demurrer was also sustained to paragraph one of the petition in case man with Gods word hid in hisÂ¬ was sufficiently restored to return to who formerly lived here and several and city attorney to report months ago was before the Louisville Councilman McClure of the fire Uo 3 for pay of guards at Eddyville heart directed encouraged aud help his home ed a poor boy to use that Word as a R A Bohannan The Three Forks City Court on the charge of obtain- Â¬ committee reported on the condition ihusthrowingout entirely the claim unto of 32000 for guards before the lamppath his feet and a light unto Enterprise of Beattyville says that ing money by false pretenses is of the engine house stating that a his all through boyhoods Dick Bohannan of Clay City form again in custody at Lexington for new roof would cost from 186 to Eddyville prison was finished or the trials and temptations up to a useful erly of Frankfort is thinking of passing a number of worthless 250 contract with the lessees there in Councilman McClure also presentÂ¬ renting a large hotel in Beattyville checks force which Gov Brown contended Christian manhood The book contains two hundred whioh was put up there during the ed an ordinance in relation to paving should be charged to the lessees Storekeepers and Gaugers the streets with vitrified brick which A demurrer to the petition in case and thirty eight pages and is pretÂ¬ boom The notice of Mr BohannanB The news from Washington City is to was referred to the tily bound in red black and gold visit to the hotel Ninawebconcludes finance committee No 4 against O It Mason Co for Â¬ the If Mr Bohannan con- Â¬ lisleeffect that Hon John G Car with instructions to consult with the the claim of 50 penalty for each es Â¬ The author Mr George W Ham as follows Secretary of the Treasury has gas company in regard to obtaining also wrote cludes to take charge of this prop- Â¬ caped convict amounting to about ilton of Fulton Mo Kit OafTreys erty it will be a guarantee that the announced that the Revenue Collec- Â¬ the gas bonds to be used for the pur Â¬ 1800 was sustained on the ground Finding Blodgett the expense that the act had been repealed Grit etc etc Published by the handsome hotel will be firsfc class in tors now in service will be allowed to pose of defraying further business the There being no Standard Publishing Co Cincinnati every respect and for the sake of the serve out their full terms All council adjourned Leave was given to amend until last evening In the Eddyville case in which the Ohio Every sentence is pure and traveling public we hope to see his expire July 1st excepting that of Mr at 7 oclock demurrer four to paragraphs ua8te and we tttke great pleasure in sunny smile shedding forth an irri Thos McDowell of this district who Back to the Old Stand descent glow from behind the coun under the rule will remain in office of the answer was overruled and public ter at the Nina in the near future demurrer to three paragraphs until next Novomber 20th This will Mr Frank S same George Stratton Convict The give Mr McDowell about seven his interest Half having sold out A Change was of the sustained in the ice business is the issue is left as to an item of about Courier Journal of Thursday an- Â¬ more months of service back again behind the counter at the John W Gaines Sons have moved nounced that Bertha Stratton filed 15000 claimed by the State and Haff re their coal scales to the head of Clin suit for a divorce from George Sliilohs Cure the Great Cough and grocery of Messrs Day Â¬ About 34000 claimed by the defend ton street near the Kentucky Mid- Â¬ Stratton a convict in the penitentia Croup Cure is for sale by us Pooket lieving Mr W P Scott whose health ants the defendants admitting a has not been good land passenger depot They have ry hero who was sent up for stealing size contains twenty five doses only Scoot will make for some time Mr claim to about 23000 his home in the 25o 21 Children love it country until his health improves The Commonwealth announced also opened an up town office next a horse and buggy She says they door the Fire in that it would nojb be ready to go to room toformerly Department by the were married Ootober 10 1887 and Excursion to Cincinnati via Queen looking after his farm and Creseent Route occupied Escaped a Carving trial next week which the defendants Frank Ohinn and a branoh office Mr have one ohild in Insurance Adjustment A com to do and the cases were Mr Pete Fuhs store in the West desired The dedication of the new city hall Thursday Rachel Oanday colored therefore set for the next term End This Arm is handling some ex Â¬ mittee to adjust the insurance on the and a general demonstration in honorÂ¬ will take place at Cin had a narrow escape from being grades of coal and wo pre Â¬ Whitostono warehouse of the Allen of that event13 1893 cellent cinnati May Matrimonial dict for them good results from their Bradley Distillery Company whioh ortl1 fij tm nil afnffnnaTlokets will bo roughly handled by a tough who fn Uanfnntir new change was recently destroyed at Louisville at one fare for tho round trip good had stolen some money from her m Winstel Berchn A marriage li by fire has been called to meet at going on trains arriving at Cincin Â¬ While she was out in the yard trying Beal Estate Transfers cense was granted to Mr Otto Win the companys office in this city next nati the morning of May 13th and to detain him until help should ar- Â¬ May 13th rive he atel jr and Miss Maggie Bergin S P Moore to G H Sargent for Monday The largest claim for good to return on trains of secured a large knife Tuesday The groom is a young 875 a traot of land on Arnolds Fer Â¬ whisky burned in the warehouse is and 14 th threatened to uso it upon hor and D G Edwards she had to allow him to escape His barber at George Shinkles shop and ry road G P A Co New York from Paris Allen name was Potor Woolinham the bride a very pretty young lady Samuel A Coleman and wife to for 04000 Cheap Rates on the Midland whosd parents reside near the Sul Jenny Mosby for 100 a lot 26 feet A New Confectionery Mr Jake phur well on Murray street South Frankfort May 12th the Kentucky Midland Abler has rontod the largo storeMr Moore Clark James B room on St Clair street until recent Railway will sell tickets to Harrods To tho Lexington Raoos Moore and Miss Laura Clark both ly occupied by tho United States Ex Â¬ burg Ky at one and one third fare for the of Shelby county camo to the city On the ocoasion of the running press Company He will take posses Â¬ Accountround trip certificate plan Womens Missionary of Thursday and prooured a marriage races of the Kentucky Association at sion in a week or two and open a con Conference the Loxington Ky April 20th to May fectionory store license from County Clerk Smith and 9th May 13th tho Kentucky Midland Â¬ tho Queen and with tho assistance of Rev W G cent inclusive sell tickets from Ores Â¬ Rehearing Overruled Tho Su Â¬ Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati routo will Cin Neville of tho Southern Presbyterian cinnati and from all stations on the perior Court Wednesday overruled and return at ono faro for tho round Churoh tho coromony was soon per Â¬ Queen and Orescent Routo and Louis Â¬ tho petition for the rehearing of the trip limited to May 14th Account City Hall formed that bestowed the ohurohs ville Southern Railroad in Kentucky case of Victor Bradley of George- Â¬ of dedication of the new Beroaw 0 D at one and one third fare for round blessing upon the happy pair Annirroeablo Laxntlvo and NERVE TONIC G P A trip soiling every day from April town who claimed a balance due him Sold by Druggists or Bent by mull aSo 60o 28th to May 9th inclusive Good to from the State for taking tho school and 8100 per package Samples freo Walter Morris Mr Isiah Walter LADIES until May 10th Needing a tonic or children who want build lbo Favorite SOOXQ rOWSlS IT HW for tho Tooth and lreatlu85c and Miss Elizabeth Morris both of returnrateB and particulars apply to census in 1881 Col Thos B Ford ink up should tuko JELVT 13 For Shelby oounty and Ronans May BROWNS IllON U1TTE11S agents or to D GEdwards G P A and Mr John S Harrod of this city For sale by W McKee Hardie It la pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Mr Albert Ronana and Miss Mattlo Cincinnati O wore Bradleys attorneys and wfien Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia Jun28 ly IULLS OLD STAND Re- Â¬ Â¬ raJfSSEES Peaks ke Mill and James Glore and Miss Glore-Up-dy- their client was defeated Col Ford THE CITY COUNCIL prepared in rhyme his petition for a rehearing of the case The action of Brick Streets a Probability and the Order of Court to Remove the court therefore shows that the the Miles Switch to be judges are no more convinced of the justice of Mr Bradleys claim in Headed Off poetry than they were when they At the adjourned meeting of the considered it in prose city council heldon Thursday evenConvict Lunatic Pardoned The Governor on yesterday pardoned Ben ing Chairman Milam and all the Rupert a life prisoner sent up from councilmen were present except Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t f SKJUVJHJNUUlSrSSCiCRIUP cssjasBanTOssK 3S3K vE5E fS3 EFitSffli GBiha H itatolirai l KB STCib2L tsaamuixtiKSsxasKisapt nssnJEESxasxssimassBa Dealers in Vhicies Farming c We Inxplements Seed keep in stock Vehicles made by H EL Babcoek New York City H A Moyer Syracuse New York Columbus Buggy Co Columbus Ohio Sayers Scoville Briton Station Ohio IIIM We are agents for and keep a large stock of Jtiulebakor and Old Hick- ory Wagons Vulcan Plow and guarantee it to be the best Chilled Plow made g V wi We haveabout 200 bushels of No 1 Home Grown cloÂ¬ ver seed which we are selling at Louisville prices f i i ur Stock Before Pur ooiisincjft This would afford an opportunity ON LIFES THRESHOLD to the merchants to test the value Swango Accused of Entered at th1 post office at Frankfort Kentucky of a trade along a stretch of country Mr James H as second class unliable mutter Delivering an Oration Which as rich and productive as- any in tho Was not his Own State GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Tho merchants of the city must Mr James H Swango son of Judge awaken to the necessity of encourag- Â¬ FRANKFOBT APRIL 22 IRSW G B Swango Register of Land ing manufacturers and reaching out after new lines of trade and the sug- Â¬ Oiflce of this city who at the State THE STREET RAILROAD gestion to secure the trade of the Collegiate Oratorical Contest a fewÂ¬ upper river country which doubtless weeks ago in Lexington as the repreh Freight Priviliges Granted and an with a little effort would gladly turn sentative of Centre College won the The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum prize ovor several competitors has Electric Passenger Line an to Frankfort as its best and most Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard Early Probability accessible sale and supply depot been accused of rank plagiarism in The the preparation of his oration April 15 ly should meet with hearty support It is claimed that he Plutocrat The city council at its meeting Fri- Â¬ gathered his ideas and a large part of day night of last week took up the Tho Way it Works his language from Talmage Henry street railway ordinance which had A Lexing been very much modified in the terms The capital removal skeleton which jGrady and E G Smith Cincinnati as previously published and passed has recently been yanked out of its ton special to the it by the following vote yeas Messrs closet and its drv bones vieorouslv Enquirer says that the medal award- J E Miles J N Miles Ellwanger rattled around had the effect of giv- - ed to Swango will be demanded of Watson and McOlure Nays Messrs ing Frankfort a backset Persons who him and his exDulsion from the Milam Gray Swigert and Furr The have recently purchased lots with Oratorical Association requested penal bond of the company was the intention of putting up houses The friends of Mr Swungo in this reduced to 7500 the provision re- Â¬ which would be ornaments to the city are confident however that the OLD KY FR quired the company to pay five town are now afraid to go on with charge is without foundation and per cent of its gross earnings into the work although they have their had its origin altogether in the We kaep a of the city treasury was reduced to two plans and were about ready to let malice and disappointment of his percent and the stipulation to keep their contracts believing that should rivals and their adherents the streets on which the line extends the capital be removed real estate DRUGS AND Unsolicited in good repair was stricken out would become worthless and they This action of tlte council is gener- Â¬ would have their handsome improve- Â¬ And cordiillv ask our friends to give us a call to testimonial ally commended by the citizens The ments lefc on their hands It was ukThe followingThomas Co came Kenyon Adams privilege of hauling freight over the ever thus Frankfort has always been N Y Gentlemen For the past two C L GAYLE McKEE HARD IE streets with the safe guards defined kept back by this bugaboo of capital years I have suffered torribly with W 21 ly Jan During in the ordinance is an enterprise removal No one cares toput money what doctors call eczema this time I have consulted several thatcannot fail to prove advantageous into an enterprise here so long as the VkimH aml U8ed a number of both to the Street Railway Company question is agitated ana as a conse well known remedies but could get and the owners of the mills and dis- Â¬ minnnn flio nlrl frkwtM Vioa AfnrreraA no relief until finally I was urged to your remedies a I cannot tilleries but it more especially finds along at the same slow gait while give enough in praise trial them At say of favor with the mass of citizens in the the two cities Louisville and Lexing oresent I am as well as I ever was in fact that it thereby enables the com- Â¬ ton which have constantly kept the my life and owe my sincere thanks to pany to bond the road and provide matter alive have grown right along yon for Dr Hales Household Oint Any one doubting this city with a first class electric This thing has been going on for mentand Tea this testimonial will he 8incerity of system of railway which otherwise nearly a century but the end is in confer a favor by addressing very ON MAIN STEET TO N J MoNabb could hardly be made a safe invest-Â¬ view and when we have cleaned out Jly yours ment for capital With the building our ancient enemies this time per- 25c These remedies are for sale at 8L of the bridge the Masonic Temple haps they will agree to let us alone anj 60o at p h Caupentebs drug and the oloctric railroad an impetus We are in tho fight for the last time store BasEmEntnf the Eapital Hotel will be given to improvement that and are going to win just as we have Examinations Civil Service will carry the city further ahead always done The great big bluffs 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a one year than it has attained in the put up by Lexington and Louisville in mnce of Pmrfdent Harri- - short time Jn past quarter of a century wont amount to anything as it is an fionH order of January 5 18M ex The spirit of progress is verilj easy matter to promise to give a large tending tho Civil Service Law to all brooding over Frankfort and quick Â¬ sum for the capital but to put up the free delivery post ollices th Civil Btm 1 UKjOMK j VIJ ening into life and action the germs cash is an entirely different thing OerVlCU UUIIIIII1BB1UU nu vuojiiiikiuii has ordered that an examination be of a new era calling for encourage Â¬ Let not your hearts be troubled hold at tho post office building in ment to manufacturers for the build- Â¬ brethren for we have won many as this city on Saturday May 20 1893 ing up of the suburbs and easy ac- Â¬ hard fight before All sickness is not commencing at 9 oclock a m for the grades of clerk and carrier in the cess to the owners of the property unto death Only citizoiiB of tho city pout office there into the city the speedy com- Â¬ United Slates can be examined Tho f Preventing Future Misery age limitations are as follows For pletion of the Kentucky river im Â¬ ANN STREET for carrier I provement good sidewalks and vitri there is In this vale of tears a more pro- clerk not under IB yenrline source of misery thiin the rheumatllc not under 21 nor over 40 for messen fied brick streets and the erection of a twinge wo havu yet to luar of It 1eoplu ger stamper c not under 10 nor n tende are born Stato capitol here that will reflect the just as theywltn with one to cy to rheumatismto over 15 No application will bo ac- Â¬ are consumption or alight causes may develop this cepted for examinations unless filed honor dignity and prosperity of the scrofula us tho uconizlng complaint nmnltests with the undersigned on the proper as soon people of Kentucky ittVlf resources should in had to Hostctters Monday Stomach Bitters which checks Its further In blank bofore 12 oclock m 35 poison May 15 1893 For application blanks roads ami Danishes the rheumatic Tula statement tallies exÂ¬ instructions and information relative from the systfin UPPER RIVER TRADE actly with the testimony of physicians who Â¬ rai In to tho duties and salaries of the differ huvu emp oyed tills line blood depurant sfe t inr There is ulo tho ent positions apply at tho post office private piactlce A Good Suggestion to Assist a their t profoslonnl and general testimonial The Quick Meal sales In 1891 amounted to 30212 nmple Emma B Morris to Splendid Enterprise in tho In- Â¬ as to the ctlicacy of the Hitters for mulnrla ttoves Secretary Board of Examiners FUANKFORT ROUNDABOUT v t - DR PRICES Bakin Powder DBtJ GIST STAND Mj 1 w m cSCEE HARDIE NK0RT 1 1I iCs s HALLS 91 full line PATENT MEDICINES K t a0 i J JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Bafzelt Building 101 AND 102 ANN STHEET i l VPr STOVES AND TIN W 236 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Alaska Charcoal Â¬ jsa3c nuijL its at ar je ss BepBf HmJI Filled Refrigerators - terest of Frankfort Mr Sam C Bull of this city in tho Evening Journal of Thursday pub- Â¬ lished a card looking to tho establish- Â¬ ment of a river trade to Shakers Ferry He says that Oapt Ed Drano is in correspondence with certain persons to secure a good suitable passenger and freight steamboat to make tho run of seventy miles solely in the interest of Frankfort leaving this city every other day and return Â¬ ing tho next In order to assist and oncourago tho enterprise Mr Bull asks that every merchant and well wisher should ngree to subscribe say from one to five dollars a month for about four months from tho time the boat is first ontorod in tho trade Indigestion constipation liver complaint kldi oy trouble nervousness and loss of np a wetting whether netlto und llesh Alter followed by u cold or not the Hitters Is useful as 11 preventive of the initial attack of rheu Â¬ matism Guaranteed Cure We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings Now Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are nfilicted with a Cough Cold or Glad Tidings The grand specific for tho prevail ing malady of the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos tiveuess General Debility etc is Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This Treat herbal tonic stimulates tho digestive organs rogulntei the sys Â¬ tem to vigorous health and energies Samples free Large packages 50o Sold by Chapman 40 Wwliaras Â¬ j nny Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as diroctod giving it a fair trial and experience nobonofit you may return tho bottle and have your money refunded We could not make this ofrer did wo not know that Dr Kings Now Dis cove ry could bo relied on It nevoff Trial bogles free at disappoints Phil Oakpentkub Drug Store Small Farm for Sale 2 Large size 60c and 100 yo vnlitACK a aniss A small farm of twenty acros well worn out really arc improved and two mllos from this Or you lnp oil Is BooerAl debility goodfornotn Try It on a good pilco is offered for sale city ac a oargain ior verms xo appiy It wllljcuro you clenW your llvr ana glvo u guu ujijviiiv 20 tf at tills of lice if Tho Quick Meal sales since Its lint appearance on the market run up to 164955 stovex The Quick Meul Is the only stovo which offors nbsulutu safety agufnst uccldei ts Becuuoe the Quick Meal Is tho only stove having burners that cannot bo opened further than lioccasary Because tlw Quick Meal Is the only store bjiving u tank that cannot be taken off for filling un- Â¬ less nil the burners are closed Because tho Quick Meal Is the only stove having an Indicator to show when tho burners are open or closed Because tho Quick Meal Is the only stove having class tubes to show the dripping of gasoline when tho stovo Is in use Beciuso tho Quick Meal Is tho only stovo having nil pipes mude of anti rust material Because the Quick Meal Is tho only stove having tho needle points of tho burners inado of Uer Â¬ uuin silver which makes them absolutely Indestructible Because the Quick Mtal Is tho only stove having a rim on the cust lion burior tops extending oyer the burner drum and tubos thus protecting them against th dripping from the cooking vessels Xt w tt i- - am in wuijnitxunji k it V 0 E CJEUTOHEB Pres J W OBUTOHEB Seoy Our good citizens and best posletl men generally all agree that the extent and variety of t3ie stock of i SHOWN BY w m 1 8 Was never equaled for elegance and cheapness and that while we can only hope along with the rest that the penitentiary muddle will soon be settled by Duttmir an those idle men to woric on tne uudiic roacis 01 tne state ana tnub ncia tnousanas or dollars to the vaue ot nronertv nmv rendered inaccessible by bad road- - we cant do more than hope for this to b done but i w CUE DO OlflKE VEHICLES OF Rlxh JlfiDS Heed of Broadway BnaaesH SPECIAL One second hand 8 horse power Portable Engine and Separator That arebest suited to stand the wear and tear ol the loads as they are now We are selling agents for the best makes of Binders Mowers Threshing outfits Clover Hullers and in good running order for sale cheap general line of implements also home manufacturers of the best vehicles in the market Comeand see us tOBBSBBSoBsaamawsssaa rgaBgssvrt mspsm xRk Factory Salesroom Opposite Court House ssssssBssasssaEm TTEp STT wjk mt 225BJ J Pc mm Hffini flMH 1 mwma mmsa saraa VmsBssmP wasm Bjr i Watch -- nwnBtEnnKnrrrvracnrinrii3sir7trar3rnr5innrin Ca JETST WORKPfiAN CLuJLjXj 03ST- - Hi Ooxipersinaitli WThe Jeweler 234 St street Frankfort Clair FRANKF08T ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 22 1898 L N TIME TABLE iB The following time table effect apon the L fc N road TBAINB NOIiTH now in X - No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 191eaves Frankfort TBAINSKABT No2BleavoFrnnkfort 5fi0 ani 985 n m 300 p m 785 pm No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort Noh 23 17 and 21 connect for Cincinnati No 28 nnil at Anchorage for Bloomfiold W V l020 am 440 p m 640 p jn at Lagrange Agent 855 pm 21 connect Branch AlKXANDKH Miss S J Walker is reported on the sick list this week Trie Odd Fellows wero entertained at the hall Sunday evening by their delegates to the Grand Lodge A good lively time was had by those who were present The Frankfort Literary Society is now in a flourishing condition under Dr Underwoods administration as president The more Chamberlains Cough Remedy is used the better it is liked We know of no other remedy that al ways gives satisfaction It is good when you first catch cold It is good when your cough is seated and your lungs are sore It is good in any kind of a We have sold twenty five cough dozen of it and every bottle has given satisfaction Steam an Fried- Â¬ man druggists Minnesota Lake Minn 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle 1 m Druggist The Lake Eoute To the Worlds Â¬ Advertised Lottors at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Fair via Picturesque inac I DR KELLEY Last week the intelligent composiPttEPARKO 11T TnK tor made our Jett correspondent say OF CINCINNAT 10 will tie at the that services were conducted regu- Â¬ KentnckyTeterinary Meflicine Co larly every Sunday at Grassy Spring 3IT STERLING KY by Bro Burdin when the name of Rev Mr Calhoun the pastor of that IX LEXINGTON KY church was so plainly written that a OERfTWrt blind man could read it We hap- Â¬ Saturday April 29 1893 0IC1VE 1 im CA pened to be out of the office when Sattrday May 20 1893 W LafMK the proof was read and as it was HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgd a not compared with the copy the operation uu tl with little or no pain REEliHKNCHS error was overlooked As Rev Burdin W MoKee lliirillB Frankfort Ky is a Baptist and Grassy Spring a J A acott Fiinkfoil Ky XRADMARK vi Gober hranKtort Dr Christian Church our devil got the J T E Sttten riunkfoit Ky iy V HiTUerloh Kiankfort i two denominations badly mixed np s ANTinSI li tillitu ukua Cnnnlno uifiijho riiKa Wltlf Ilia ixw ftev l P Hulett Benson Ky tyonc VAM Heiiietly HeuicUj lor 1iieumoulu A II Mouluru Kruuktort K A full and beautiful line of spring Iitteinler etc heel and Gall Oint- Â¬ V J uliti Frankfort K ment Misierlnu ointment he Lotions dress groods containing all of the David Jlort Benson Ky llijsic Balis t klu Lotion Wuit Remedy Jus M Witurotv tranktott K novelties at I Davis 30 tf Woim Powtien faumumtlnu Liniment uter Â¬ ine Ionic Uteilno oeuutlve Wound nresslng mt IfKIIVVa ffllcn in raclHaiiiu U ori touii illxture Alterative Fluid Mineral West hlghthstrittujncliinnilaii iwliivit nm Â¬ The Devil Did It W Veterinary Remedies whIeESL i 1 I Mack- - tins or each wetk except SA I UR lets describing Uh m ttlwisiS mill the mode of treatment M nt rrei to n ine I W I KKLLKY by uulre Mi be fount DAYS rerj Ionic ami Condition Powders runrl 253 V k KlKnllOlnclmiHtl FHKF i I K Ft h Vi senger steamers have just been built for the Uppor Lake route costing 300000 each and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest safest and fastest steamers pn tho Lakes speed Mosby Mrs Era 20 miles per hour running time be Brewer Eligia ma tween Cleveland Toledo and ChicaBechard II McOlanahan J go less thun 50 hours Pour trips per Beard H L Wen Backus J B week between Toledo Detroit Alpe- Â¬ Olark Miss Emm er MaUioua Miss Mil na Mackinac Petoskey and Chicago lie Daily trips between Detroit and Ooleman John A Orump Mrs Ma- - Milloar Spencer Cleveland during July and August Nelnon Miss Mary double daily services will be main Â¬ linda L Olayton Rose tained giving a daylight rido across Itaisor Gerrey Daily services between Cook William Lake Erie Smart Prank Dawson V S Cleveland and Put in Bay First class and accommodations stateroom Fisher Miss Lula Seamons E P O menu and exceedingly low Round Glatteteine Joe Stewart John Terpen Hi Can Green W D Trip Rates Tho palatial equipment Hendrioks J T Taylor Miss Gary the luxury of the appointments Woods Miss Eflle makes traveling on these steamers Jones Mrs 0 B thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ Kirk Dick Kemball Mrs Liz- - Young John Address A A trated pamphlet Young Martha 2 Schantz G P A Detroit Cleve- Â¬ zle When calling for those letters say land Steam Nav Co Detroit Mich 30 6m advertised J M Safpell P s M A Leader The Colored Poople Since its first introduction Electrlo Bitters has gained rapidly in popular John H Thompson and Edward favor until now it is clearly in the Lane have been elected to represent lead among pure medicinal tonics the Odd Fellows lodges of this city and alLeratlvos containing nothing Folat the State Grand Lodge of OddHen- Â¬ which pormits its use as a bevorage lows whloh holds its meeting at or intoxicant it is recognized as the derson Kentucky commencing theÂ¬ best and purest medicine for all ail Thompson repre monts of Stomach Liver or Kidneys 12th day of July sents tho Capital City lodge andÂ¬ J l Will UlllU OIUK JIUMUUUIIU IIUIIUB Lane represents the Industrial Le- tion Constipation and drive Malaria gion This is tho third yoar that tho from tho system Satisfaction guar Â¬ two named gents have been elected anteed with each bottlo or tho money will be refunded Price Among tho many weddings that por bottlo Sold by P II only 50o Oarpkn are to take place this year aro thoso ter 2 dootor and a teacher of a preaoher a April 22 1803 Avoid tho heat and dust by travel ing on the Floating Palaces of the Detroit Cleveland Steam Naviga- Â¬ tion Company Two new steel pas Â¬ CONSULTATION W iiioKee Hardie DKLGGIbT arCLAlli juuzivaillLEr HALLS -- 16 Sllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimiiliiiiiiiingi Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky 18 dm ivV Feb AllnutMissOorah Kendall M H Adkerson Henry Lilly John P Lassinp J M Asher Jack Mitchell Jack Aeher Thos I 1 ROYAL SEWING MACHINE 1 -- Tj2lss is HiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis Â¬ WARRANTED M Oisl ftrf VKlOTwsfc 5 YEARS I3tth tlio method and results when syrup of Figs is taken it is pleusunt and rt f resiling to Hie taste and act gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Jiver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ tem ellectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures hahitmd constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptahle to tho stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its elleets prepared only from tho mo I healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most Â¬ fl VJ mKuNDWK ii t I H TjlvftB And all Points NORTH and WEST BlllllllltllllIHIllg HsiaLa S Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services g n 5 g Â¬ i popular remedy Icnown Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c ami SI bottles by all leading drug gifts Any reliable druggist who i nay not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who 1 wishes to try it Do not accept any s substitute g ROYAL CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ ulrch Arm ilfRottluK Needle Palace Chair Cars Has a Solfthrendlnir Sliuttlo HasNoliquallnCoiiRtrucUon u Buffet Sleepers IltuaMooliaulcal Aptieuranoc g lias nti Klogaut FlnUli Him a Perfect Atljustnient Has a Positive Tnke up S An Only First Classs Accommodations lias StyUsh Furniture ft For Further Information Aduress IlasAIoro Gootl Sowing Qualltlesands does a Larger ltaiiRO of General Work H than any Sowing iUuohluo lu the World B L BfTant P A W L Crush D Pi A Examine THE ROYAL fbr points er 3 nnA nvnollnnna unu vmt ulll wnuBiiunuijI juh ni LOUISVILLE KY buy no other Pullman I - I SM CO Rockfoid Ill I Jus Bryant ou SAN LOUISVIUe FRAN0I0 CAL KY NEW YORK NY illllllflIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrilllUMi uui juii G V A Chicago III I- - 6 if 4 Ail Who Pass To Stop From Monday W R I Requested My STORE and Take a Drink With Me M MlwJ I I I I I I will have just inside my store door a supply of Filtered ice water filtered through the celebrated Pasteur Filter JOHN T BUCKLEY WJESKSUi Religious for the pastor 11 oclock No Sunday morning at night service Sunday school at 930 a rn The Epworth League meets in the evening at 700 in the class room Cooper will preach THE LOUISVILLE CHARTER W B Corner Chat Methodist Church Rev OhkiviaW Ohurck Rev George Darsie will occupy his pulpit to- Â¬ morrow at 11 oclock and in the eve- Â¬ ning at 730 To the Hills for Night subject Help The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 650 Rev will First Presbyterian Church J McOlusky Blayney D DM 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 W G Neville the pastor occupy his pulpit to morrow will morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 7 oclock in the Pastors Study Rev Southern Presbyterian Church Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev E A the rector will occupy Penick his pulpit to morrow morning at It oclock and in the evening at 730 TJHAiuoLao Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ ducted bV ttev Father W E Gorey the pastor N High mass at o a m low mass at 10 a ra and vespers afrvtpo p m N A Louisville citizen referring to is Vetoed by the Governor on the removal of the State Capital said the Ground that a License I am not in favor of any futher Income Tax is Un- Â¬ agitation of this matter for I really constitutional believe that it will not only work an The Governors veto of the Louis- injury to Frankfort which is tied to ville charter was presented to the Louisville in business and kinship as Senate on Wednesday The main is Â¬ close as any of its suburbs but also sue the Governor takes with the Leg Â¬ end if successful at all in doing the islature is that the permission to es- Â¬ very thing which Louisville has for tablish a system of axation based many years contested I mean to say on income licenses and franchises in that if the people of the State once lieu of ad valorem tax on all real and realize that the Legislature is disposed personal property is unconstitution- Â¬ to agree upon a location other than al He thinks however that such Frankfort I am as certain as I stand an income or license tax may be im- Â¬ here now that it will not be Louisville posed in additiou to the ad valorem Mark my words it will be Lexington and which position if correct the I say this not only from talks on the charter commission of Louisville that subject which I have had for a num- Â¬ drafted that portion of the charter ber of years past with prominent say will at once remove the very men from all parts of the State but restrictions in section 159 of the Con- Â¬ also from the geographical situation stitution which were meant to put a of Lexington as compared with Louisville and the wish of the peo- Â¬ check to municipal extravagance successful in ple of the State to remove the Legis Â¬ If Louisville had been obtaining the passage of an income lature from the dangerous influences and license tax it was the intention of a large city in which there are too of all other cities to incorporate a many attractions outside of the halls similar provision in their charters of legislation for the members to and Frankfort was among the num Â¬ perform efficient service for the peo- Â¬ ple Members in Frankfort may be ber that wanted such a provision The veto message was not acted found and a quorum thereby kept at upon by the Senate but it was re work but in a large fcity it is diff- Â¬ ferred to the Committee on Munici- Â¬ icult to find anyone even with the aid palities which will meet some time of the best detectives Therefore if next week to take the matter under there is any reason whatever to re- Â¬ move the capital from Frankfort it is advisement my prediction that it will settle down My wife was confined to her bed right in Lexington as a compromise for over two months with a very between a large and small oity and We severe attack of rheumatism could get nothing that would afford Louisville by giving encouragement Â¬ her any relief and as a last resort to the agitation in her offe r of a milgave Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial lion dollars will accomplish what she To our great surprise she began to against for half a improve after the first application has contended and by using it regularly she was century or more I want it to remain soon able to get up and attend to her whore it is and I believe that if the house work E H Johnson of O J citizens of Louisville could realize Knutson Co Kensington Minn 50 the situation they would not care to cent bottles for saje by J W Gayle agitate the matter any further 1 ra Druggist It Â¬ DWARD CLAASSEK PI2CTICJLr Plumber GasSteam Fitter JS1 -- AND DEALER IN- - Gas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Giosets PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK AIL WORK GUARANTEED Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY 4 t WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Are Qmoly Married July2 ly L Ii MARSHALL SAPOLIO XText House Cleaning Try It In V STour GAINES - i A3 A SB L B MARSHALL CO i Real Estate and Insurance Agts Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET A ON In one of the best neighborhoods in Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brick residence u tenement of 4 rooms a large stock barn and all other necessary improvements In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer ttbls property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further in Â¬ formation apply to L B MARSHALL CO Agents OF CHOICE LAND 210 OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort Frosty Mornings As predicted by Prof Hicks we had white frosts Sunday and Monday Mitchell of Georgetown little but fortunately will occupy the pulpit at 11 a ra and mornings damage was done to tender vege- Â¬ 730 p m to morrow But few persons had beans Sunday school at 930 a m in the tation up and only fruit trees and grape chapel vines suffered these only slightly O Taylor is conducting a Rev W Mr Carters Burial protracted meeting at Morehead is preaching to Rowan county He Engineer T Fred Carter U S N large congregations and is listened here Monday to with encouraging interest He ex Â¬ and family will arrive California at pects to be absent for about ten days from San Francisco which time the remains of bis father the late Thos Carter will be taken Heart Disease Curable from the vault and buried in the family lot in the Cemetery The truth of this statement may be doubted by many but when Dr Will Build a New House Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana upecialist claims that heart disease Mr Frank S Haff will in few days is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures begin the work of tearing away the by his new heart cure it attracts the old house he purchased about a year attention of the millions suffering ago on Conway street and will erect with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ upon the lota handsome two Btory ular pulse wind in stomach pain in Hide or shoulder smothering spells residence c A F Davis fainting dropsy Silver Creek Nebraska by using The Evolution four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Cure was completely cured after Of medicinal agents is gradually rel Â¬ twelve years suffering from heart disease This wonderful remedy ir egating the old time herbs pills laid by J W Gayle Books free 5 draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid Boarders Wanted laxative Syrup of Figs To get the Â¬ A gentleman and wife or two single true remedy soo that it is manufact California Fig Syrup Co gentlemen can obtain board in a ured by the For sale by all the loading private family by applying at this only druggists office Baptist Church Prof S O rw College An eruption no matter hovr slight warns you and every one FOR RENT OF SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE L given May ist Broadway Possession B MARSHALL FINE FARM it that your blood isnt who sees Triso Agents pure Youll look about V- V-s- for a remedy And this is what youll find plenty of medicines ad vertised to purify tho blood but just one thats guaranteed and that is Dr Pierces the If youre youll heed warning bfe H G OR SALE Clinton street between streets Apply to Frankfort Ky renews tho entire system All Blood Skin and Scalp Diseases from a common eruption to the worst Scrofula are cured by it For Tetter Salt - rheum Eczema Erysipelas Boils Carbuncles Enlarged Glands Tumors and Swellings its an unoqualed remedy BRICK RESIDENCE OF DR W B ROD If it doesnt benefit or cure in ovory case THE on Main street containing ten rooms you havo your money back You pay only Tnislsoneof the best built residences In the city Apply to for the good you get CO L B MARSHALL Refuse substitutes offered at less prices Arents Eeb 4 ly It rouses every organ into healthy action puriflee and enÂ¬ riches the blood and through it cleanses and for it thats tho reason Golden Medical Discovery Its a medicine that does what is promised A BRICK DWELLING OK SEVEN B MARSHALL ROOMS ON Ann CO and High Agents FOR SALE PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Third and Shelby Johnston on Second streets touth Frankfort consisting of one large brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the us It i unquestionably the best to be Market had In the city If you wish a desirable location for u home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they ure to be had FOR SALE LB MARSHALL Agents CO MATTEE2T wascs- P A Good Investment BUILDING LOTS nOLMES rN Apilyt0 AND ANN 3TREETS FOR SALE LB MARSHALL C0 Agents TS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON 1 Wapplng street west of Mr S B Holmes residence This property will be ottered us u whole at u bargain or It will bo sold in lots of 40 For terms or 50 feet front to suit purchaser CO Agents L R MARSHALL apply to PI liS 111 II II FORJENT 4 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY uiLASkL nMMPVE R00M8 WITH LARGE The resi Â¬ dences of six rooms each on Cross street South Side Applj to nJk L B MABSH LL CO Agts SIX RESIDENCE In South Frankfort OF FOR SALE street conslstlng of a brick residence of 5 rooms und about two acres of land This prop Â¬ erty is well located and on account of the large lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak ing a very desirable home For terms apply to Â¬ EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY L B MARSHALL Agents CO 4L -il- AW-AAi4ftftU A xJej Ah-tt- i-t Wjk I JoliBBE---9il- l j Y jm ft it fc V 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 Â¬ i u K c Jt 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 yoc of its superiority Our Spring Hats are in and we can indulge in some big talk about them because we have more desirably new styles than any other house in town Â¬ Â¬ s s E L L Pasteur-Chamber-lan- B I 1 1 jttOIl RIIPWS g l ftsssamsfnxiJeimymamiaiaXi HI tail wiii ii nilgai Kon i Humpfiries sKramsawyjB mm3mTzmttmxtwzm Harbor B 7ESZSSZSSS rfPftriW7maxan3sri V V 4 r v CV H i never compete with water and if the PASTEUR FILTERS Kentucky river improvements were Mines at Beattyvillo About Ready complete Frankfort could get the They will Furnish Pure Free Water on tho Worlds Fair very finest quality of coal as cheap for Shipping Large Con- Â¬ Grounds tracts Already as the city of Pittsburg is supplied Made and there would be millions of dol Â¬ Commission The lars afloat on the river where there is closed aWorlds Fair day by telecontract to Â¬ A gentleman of this city who re- now one dollar d graph with Tho turned from a visit to Beattyville this Filter Company for two hun- Â¬ dred of their filters They are to be week brought back with him a small League Delegates used in connection with tho foun quantity of coal which for steam and tains on the Worlds Fair grounds heating purposes has no superior in At the meeting of the Qarfield and will suppy the people with pure the country Ho said that whilst a Club Thursday evening the follow- Â¬ free water This is a handsome endorsement good deal of this coal a numbor of ing delegates to the State Conven- Â¬ years ago was consumed hero it only tion which meets in Louisville next of the superiority of these filters and as well another feather in the comes now occasionally during the month were selected cap of the Gem Citys display and freshets in small quantities on rafts Geo W Reock M P Gray T P representation of its manufactories In this way a few families in the city Rogers H T Rogers N I McDaniel at tho Worlds Fair The demandÂ¬ water has inobtained a small stock this winter Senator W HJones W H Van for absolutely pure of creased the business this Filter which they claim for ordinary house- Winkle V Berberich T R Todd A Company much beyond the fondest hold uses was the best coal they ever B Hammond Oapt Ed Drane Jno anticipatipns of its projectors anu bought The gentleman who is as L Scott jr Alex Innes Ohas Weit founders Mr modest as he is reliable and does not zel J U Weitzel jr Jerome Weitzel for theJohn T Buckley is tho agent sale of the above filters in want his name mentioned in a news sr Judge W HSneed H J Hyde this city 33 tf paper article said that the Kentucky Goo A Lewis Theo Wylio Jos H Ice 3 co Union railroad is pushing out a Bailey Jas Sower J W Jenkins H switoh to the Avant mines from G Banta Con McCarty Frank Keys I McDaniel announces which be gathered his samples and 0 A Nelson Ohas Herd Graves hoMr N completed nrrangomontsthat has to that within less than thirty days this Hancock supply the people with ice this sea Â¬ splendid coal will have a rail outlet Messrs W H Jones Ed Drane son in any quantity they may desro to all markets that will justify such and A B Hammond were selected to He also proposes to furnish a quality artificial ice at low a shipments represent the Club on the National of pure can be furnishedas by any figure as Mr Blizzard the superintendent of Reception Committee one in the city His wagons will the mines told this gentleman that The above delegates are requested make regular calls and orders will He de Â¬ the company has already booked to meet ao the Custom House on receive prompt attention sires to thank tho public for patron Â¬ largo oontracts for regular supplies Thursday evening next for the pur Â¬ age in tho past and solicits a con- Â¬ with Lexington and other inland pose of organizing tinuance of the same 32 1 m Kentucky towns The coal ho said can be mined and placed on cars for Masons Attention Storo room for Rent Ave cents a bushel delivered in Lex- Â¬ ington to dealers at eight cents and Hiram Lodge No 4 will meet in I oftifr for store sold to consumers at nine cents and called communication at 930 oclock Jacksonville rent my countyhouse in Shelby It is still leave a good profit for all en Â¬ Monday morning April 24th for tho in good repair and has all necessary purpose of going to the Comoterv shelving in it gaged in the business Persons wishing to and interring the remaius f Bro well to call and see The mines are half a mile from the Tho8 Carter of Cumberland Lodge rent would do James Robehson it river at Beattyville and as soon as No 8 of Nashville Tennessee with 31 lm Jacksonville Shelby Co tho honors the coal tipple is finished on which tendance ofof Masonry A full at brothers isdesirod Two good second hand buggies for work is in progress and Jlfty houses By order of sale at Mastin Bros contract are ready for the op- Â¬ under Geo A Lewis Master eratives the company will mine and Attest All of tho novelties in mens hoys ship no less than 20000 bushels of Ben T Farmer Soorotary and childrens clothing can bo found Both the railroad and coal a day at I Davis 30 tf the company are flattered at the Captain Sweeney U S A San prospeot of a largo and increasing Diego Oal says MiloB Norvo and Livor Pills Shilohs Catarrh business which by the facilities of Remedy is tho first medicine I have transportation now offered will in- Â¬ over found that would do mo anv Act on a now principle regulating Prlco 50 cents Sold by W tho liver stomach ana bowels though duce others to open mines in that good MeKee Hardie 21 tho nerves A new discovery Dr rich coal region and send the pro- Â¬ Miles Pills speedily ouro biliousness Â¬ ducts to the largo mnrkots of Cincin bad taste torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ nati and Louisville tion Splendid for Buys a No 1 or 2 Rambler with ohildron Smallest men women and Aa the gentleman remarked Rail Â¬ non slipping corrugated tiros fullv 60 dosos for 26 oents mildest surest Samples free at way transportation however can warranted Roberts agent J WGayloa Frankfort Ky 45 ly KENTUCKY RIVER COAL Naval Rendezvous Hampton Roads WorJk Worry a Â¬ Â¬ The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will sell excursion tickets to Norfolk or Old Point Comfort and return for are n formidable trlojytt the weak person frequentl lias to meet all of special train leaving Cincinnati t eiuatonce Row can lie overcome April loth 1893 at 9 a m reachin6 The nusner Is with our Compound destination about noon next day OxYfiiw and ours only The count- Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 ears war Â¬ It was long ago said that all the rant this reply Navies of the world could ride in Unr treatnientlsmallable for home safety in Hampton Roads Harbor use neither need your occupation b e 1 ho value of these Interfered with The Rendezvous April 17th will show features U obvious What about your that this is true as representative need A book uf explanation and proof vessels irom cne greatest nations oi N jours to consider If luked for now the world will meet there and go Drs STARKUY PALEN iojm Arun street PMiiiueiphlii Pa through many interesting maneuvers Dec 2My This is something that will only be seen once in a lifetime Tickets will be low enough for everyone to avail themselves of the opportunity For BLUE ES O further information apply to O ticket agents and Disease 6ISS Â¬ Scotch Terrier Lost Mrs Chas E Hoge of Ingleside has lost her little Scotch Terrier which answers to the name of Charcoal It disappeared several weeks ago and any information leading to its recovery will bo suitably rewarded by Mr Chas E Hoge at the State National Bank i9 tf Â¬ 1293 - SPRINGii - ii 1393 thing for the ouluinl lnnu ml gulden low Wflsoll tMriCt iiml Iiivh tin uiita logues on application to PRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES SMALL friltt CHilin vIiipu iikijii ntwl nvA narmriifTiiu nil d Hivij nr Prices Intn The cheapest lino of ladies miss childrens mens and boys shoes to be lound m the city at I Davis Â¬ H F HILLBNMBYER Lexington Ky Mir ll 3m es WM CROMWELl Plants I have a fine lot of cabbage and tomato plants for sale Orders can bo left with Ellwanger Bros White- Â¬ head Shaw or James Heenoy L B RBAZ BSTATB AGENT TILL PRACTICK IN THE C0DBT8 09 franklin and the adjoining eountlei and alio Biro ipclM attention to tho purchwe and sale of real estate collection of nta claim and the aeffotlAtion of loani InnX lv will Marshall r griddle in Kentucky and got rich Samplo and terms 100 Address Ky Griddle Co 36 lt Lexington Ky Wanted Agents male and femalo to sell Mrs Shaeflers now pan cake Â¬ For SALEORllENTMy dwelling house on Ann street tf J T Buckley Dr Ts diameter local and travel- Â¬ ing ut once to sell Orna Â¬ mental Hirubs ioses Trees and Fruits Exnorl- eiico unnecessary Salnrv and expenses paid weekly IVriniimiit portions No security re Â¬ quired Must iirnlbh references us to good WANTED CHARLES II AGENT JX Mention this paper PHASE Rochester N Y Mar 25 2m nales Household Ointment 120 the flneflt remedy in the world I absolutely cures catarrh It oures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Piles like mngic Cures Salt Rheum In the most soothing manner Cures Inllamod and Granulated Eyelids Oures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific for Pneumonia Outs Braises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly diirerent from all else suporior to all else it has no equal 26 and 50c boxes Large size oheapost Sold at Oarpen 8 tkrb drug store Mjfeiut tablersdhe biickeyelILl OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PiLES A rrtmt4 SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR MKD PILES hj HICHABD0TAILOB CO BTMUIB A hSAihMiikiULLi kiLiii iij i tfrf DESSH HjrvwTT 8 I rWrTRF 4 mmsxmssEmiiAmjsms3i K JtWTOKCSKSraWEtBK aa I r urmsnuuu ffl 1 i 1 15 A I ff It is like finding money to visit our GREAT Sixty five dozen mens and boys fancy colored This is our greatest season and our present stock is the most shirts go at25 cents Hundreds of better grades We show more styles worthy we have ever presented 40 cents 50 cents 75 cents 5roo 5150 up to 5250 more new designs and a greater variety of fabrics than all the other stores in town combined SHOE department You may set it down as a fact The best that a genuine bargain can not be obtained unless We claim the biggest shoe the business is great trade in Frankfort hence the great bargains If you are a shrewd keen buyer you must come to us shoppers come to us after looking around and tell us we are from 20 to 25 per cent lower than any of our competitors Come and see for yourselves that the above statement is correct Ninety three dozen boys shirt waists go at 25 cents Better grades 40 cents 50 cents 75 cents up to 5100 Seventy five dozen mens and boys full regular socks three pairs for 25 cents Finer grades 15 cents 25 cents 35 cents up to 65 Forty five dozen 25 Ladies low cuts tan and black Prices Sioo gi25 150 200 5250 300 350 200 Ladies button boots 5250 Boys up to S3 00 100 5125 150 350 5400 and up to 5500 shoes 350 cents neckwear unequaled by any other house CelCelluloid cuffs only luloid collars only 15 cents tan and black 5125 5150 5200 With every 510 cash sale and over we present you with the 25cents greatest novelty of the age one celebrated patent Dinner Bucket Every man and boy in one We were never before more active in our hat department than now Any other dealer can do the same if he will give as good quality 00 51500 5i8 00 at as low prices as we do Correct styles in 125 51 REMEMBER this section should have Better grades up to 5150 cents cents 35 cents 50 cents 75 cents mens suspenders go at Be sure and see our great line of 25 cents and 50 Â¬ Mens shoes tan and black 5250 53oo up to 700 p l 50 5200 Â¬ Seventy five pairs of mtns patent leather shoes were 55 O0 go at 5250 sizes 0l to 9 Forty seven pairs of ladies fine shoes sizes were 55 00 to close at 5200 1 Mens suits 52000 52500 S500 750 5iooo 12 to S 2 Boys and childrens suits 5150 5500 5700 5850 5IO0O and up I 5200 5300 5400 Men and boys soft and plug hats in all the new Spring Shades See our fine Show Window for prices AND Frankfort and Louisville Frankfort and Louisville Crutcher Frankfort Starks Louisville aszmsssassssssicEsssmsmi amBBBSBMEBOBBaissBaBSSiisBSSSWRi one line and returning the other at LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAE- their option have set us an example KET A Divorce Wanted by Two Former ofWe have requested the concurrence the Louisville and Nashville RailDURRETT Frankfort People road in adopting a like action for our FURNISHED BY GLOVER territory viz Let the passengers go LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE AN UNHAPPY COUPLE Â¬ ISSZiSSfeKfiSKi iKMWimavBmixfWvrxr w Kentucky Midland Hy Shortest and uulcKest JOHN DRISCOLL tetwtti The Louisville papers have had a great deal to say this week about trouble between Mr J J Greenup who was raised in this county and for several years was a clerk in a dry goods store on Broadway and his wife formerly Miss Kate Morris of this city It seems that they have not been living happily together for some time and she left him several weeks ago and came to the home of her mother in this city bringing their only child a little girl with her Greenup managed to get possession of the child and took her to the home of his parents at the Forks of Elk horn On Friday of last week Mrs Greenup filed suit for a divorce in the Louisville Law and Equity Court obtained from Judge Toney a temporary order giving her the custody of the child and on Saturday Sheriff Armstrong went out to the Forks and brought the little girl in to her grandmothers where she and her mother now are Both parties make grave charges against the other and the reporters for the daily papers have made quite a sensation out of the matter but boiled down liquor and joalousy seem to be the cause of the whole trouble Â¬ N via Cincin- Â¬ North over the L nati Louisville or Evansville and re- Â¬ turn via Louisville and the Louisville Southern and Queen and Orescent or via Cincinnati and the Queen and Orescent to destination or to go via Queen and Crescent to Cincinnati or Queen and Crescent and Louisville Southern to Louisville and return N Railroad from either via the L Evansville Louisville or Cincinnati A ticket of this character will do more to encourage travel to the South and build up the towns and therefore future business for our lines than anything we can adopt Should the other lines agree to this proposition we ask your support for this measure This refers to the six months limit round trip Chicago tickets which was adopted at the St Augustine meeting with such slight of rates as may be necessary in order to avoid too great a sacrifice of local business An early response is requested Yours truly D G tiis Liquor Merchant A Sales on our market for the week CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT justclosedamountto 2399 hhds with receipts for the same period of 1638 Only direct Hue between hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 53048 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to date 57794 hhds Car Frankfort and Paris Georgetown There is no change to report in the Â¬ full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brmrtlef etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tl Edwards G P A Do Hy f ess Cant Be Cured market conditions for burley tobacco this week receipts and offerings have been comparatively light and priceB fully maintained for all grades The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or dam aged 5 00 3 50 tobacco 7 50 Common Colory trash 5 50 Medium to good colory 9 00 7 50 trash Common lugs not colory 5 00rt 7 00 9 50 8 OOT Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 9 OOfe 11 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 50v 13 00 13 007o 15 00 Medium to good leaf 20 00 15 00 Good to fine leaf Select or wrappery 21 00 20 00 tobacco lisle Haysville Gynthiana Fal Â¬ opposite Statu House mouth and Govinnon ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND HillSHEmLSttHBTIML TIME TABLE DEC 12 1BJ2 A I m 1 v No M i 1 31 TIUTJSE ASfT Mr Lv No 37no7 12 15 Lv Summit Frankloic A liOO liOU h 11 18 410 4JG 122 Dr Knlec Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink which posi tively cures dyspepsia liver com- Â¬ plaints and all kidney diseases One dose a day taken at bed timo does the business 25 and 50 eta pear package Get it to day at P H 5RjENTEtt8 drug store Â¬ i A Good Idea The Queen and Crescent Routo has issued the following circular to con- Â¬ necting lines Cincinnati O April 8 1893 The Worlds Fair bringing as it un- Â¬ doubtedly will a great many foreign Â¬ ers into this country will afford us the best opportunity we have ever had or can have of advertising the the resources of the Southern counÂ¬ The Chicago and Ohio iliver linps by their liberal action of April Cth in arranging to give passengers the advantages of variable routes going try Nervous Prostration CM 445 locii applications jih they cannot LiV IJUV11I G3U 45 ivhuIi the diseased portion of the ear 45y fi 44 Lv Johuitou A large manufacturer whose affairs Lv Georgetown Tht ie is only one way to cure deaf f 03 B G52 Lv 055 515 ness and that is by constitutional vi ro very much embarrassed and I v C S Depot 527 70U remedies Deafuosn is caused bv an vvio was overworked and brokon Lv Newtown Cencrovlllt 718 M5 with nervous exhaustion wont JV KliZHbtilh mutinied condition of the mucous vii 723 Bio 34S 737 550 0 lining of the Eustachiin Tube When i a celebrated specialist He was At Fails 11 Unit thi only thing needed was tho t ibe gets inflamed you have a l III I il k 31 IA TRAINS WEST o 2 No TNo8Nol2 rumbling bound or imperfect hearing h in- lelievod of cure and worry and change of thought This doc- - Lv Paris li32 645 H20 c liiid when it is entirely closed deaf la 5 27 142 88 Â¬ was more considerate of his pa- - Ar Elizabeth nos is the result and unless the in G4 451 H38 health than of his financial Ar Centetvllle flammation can be taken out and this 17 154 Ar Newtown ils 44j yco umstances Ho ought to have Ar O S Depot 701 42 tube roalorod to its nornal condition B 711 fi52 1035 ArfteorRetowu hearing will be destroyed forever l isod him to use Dr Miles ltcstor 717 705 ioiuksoii 1042 nino cases out of ten are caused by fc i Nervine the best remedy for Ar nmnll 7 21 1048 sleeplessness Ar Slam plnxfi round 10 66 780 715 i Â¬ Ar 735 catarrh which is nothing but an in lij ous prostration 7 44 spir- - Ar Swltzer 755 1U0 a iKsn headache ill effects of flamed condition of the mucous sur- Â¬ Ar Klkiiorn 750 610 1111 c Thou- - Ar iitobacco colfee opium face 11 Summit 750 820 We will give One Hundred Dollars h iiuIh tesLifv to cures Books and Ar Frankfort A 1130 805 830 for any case of deafness caused by trial bottles free at J W Gayles G catarrh that vo cannot cure by A connects with L V N taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for C and L 8 B oonnoctH with Q Is Marrjago a Failure C connects with K C oirculars free Have you boon trying to got the Effective Slay 7th and during the summer Big Exoimtent in Town best out of oxisteuco without health following Sunday schedule will he In ellect the in your family Have you been SUNDAY TRAINS Over the remarkable euros by the woarlng out you life from the effects East No 6 leaves Frankfort 810 n m Paris 940 n in grandest specific of the age Aunt of DvsnoDBia Liver Oomnlninfc nnd Georgetown iliOO arrives atm Georgetown No 820 Fannys Health Restorer which acta Indigestion Aro you sleepless at 0 leavesatFrankfort552 p25p- m Paris 3 aa a natural laxativo stimulates the night Do you awake in tho morning arrives No 0 leaves Paris 10KX n m GeorgeWest digestive organs regulates tho liver feeling languid with coated tongue town 1036 arrives at Frankfort 1135 a m No 10 leaves Purls 4 30 pm Georgetown 615 arrives and kidneys and is natures great ana sauow naggara looicsr JJont do at Frankfort 10 p in it A whout iu the camp tolls bow healer and health renewer The Kentucky Midland If you have Kidney Liver or Blood Aunt Fannys Health Restorer hae tions form the shortest and Railway and conneccheapest route to all Disorder do not delay but call at 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