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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rsf t K ft The VOL XVI Vi Framfobt Rousbaboot A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO IEANKPOET ICY SATURDAY AUttUST 5 1893 South Waukegan This beautiful temperance town a suburb of Chicago has made the race to millions in the value of its property faster than any town in the same length of time in the north west Fourteen months ago it was a bare beach on Lake Michigan to day it has some of the largest factories in the Union in operation with costly and splendid improvements Ten miles of streets and fourteen miles of sidewalks lined with business houses beautiful residences hotels churches schfiolH and other institutions A street railway will within a few months be completed which will fair Â¬ ly belt the little city and connect with the Chicago Electric Railways It has fine railroad facilities and the supe- Â¬ rior advantages every way of this gem of the Lake a temperance town U set forth by tho South Waukegan one of the brightest and News newsiest papers in that region of beautiful wonders and mavelous pro- Â¬ gress The following figures give a glimpse of what has been and is being done in the new town of South Waukegan The sums named show the cost of the improvements made by the parties named 2000000 MoenMfgCo Wushburn 200000 Lanjon Zinc Oxide Paint Co 100CO Mfg Co Morrow Bros 0010 South Waukegan Lumber Co f OOiX Frank B Barkly Mfg Co 75000 Railroad Switches 100000 Railroad Improvements EOCOO Streets 10 miles sidewalks 14 Hotels residences schools churches Ac 150000 48 V Under Authority of Congress if b ii - f I iv Government Baking Powder Tests i V f US These tests made in the Govt Laboratory by impartial and unprejudiced official chemists furnish the highest testimony as to which is the best baking powder Midsummer Clear Â¬ ing Sale AT lflfeS n v t ri r The Official Facts and Figures 4 if The official report shows the Royal a pure cream of tartar pow- Â¬ der superior to all others and gives its leavening strength and that of each of the other cream of tartar powders tested as follows Bulletin 13 pp 599 600 M LEAVENING GAS 01 602 603 Per cent Oubio in per or ROYAL Absolutely Pure The OTHER POWDERS TESTED are reported to con-Â¬ tain both lime and sulphuric acid and to be of the following 1306 1258 1113 1026 1606 1511 1336 1232 114 Too much stock and not enough money We will not carry any goods over if prices will sell BIG CUTS the knife them goes through to the core The following and greatest bargains ever offered in Frankfort will be put on sale this week 45 and cts Black Lisle Thread Hose 50 at 37 4 cts 40 cts Black Lisle Thread Hose at 32 j4 cts 35 cts Fine Cotton Hose at 28 cts worth 40 cts Misses Black Hose sizes 6 to 84t regular made at 10 cts a pair Mens half HoseJn black and unbleached regular made at 124 cts a pair worth 20 cts Special drive in very fine glass linen only 10 cents a piece fflTSTEIfl BROS jiti m r I y - SA M fi w s strengths respectively 958 929 803 728 1116 966 874 The following is a list of fac Â¬ tories and other institutions which will extend during the next six months the sums set opposite H B Johns Asbestos Paint Co Chicago Double headed Match Factory Safcine for Dresses 1000000 200X00 Nichols Chemical Co Blue and White Dot Crescent Shape very beautiful goods reduced to 16 cts a yard Royal Baking Powder Leads All Highest in leavening strength pur est in quality uniform in its work and perfect in keeping properties The Royal Baking Powder is undoubtedly the purest and Electric Street Railway I000M 1000J0 SOOOOOJ Calico Calico The fact that such an enorous sum of money is to be expended in the Scarfs new town in so short a time cannot bring into existence numerous For boys and girls a great variety of colors but now only 5 cts a piece other agencies which will add to the value of all lots We have reduced the Pacific Satiue to 6 cts a yard worth S cts and all others to 5 cts a yard Windsor Buttermilk Soap r genuine The success of Mrs M Beam of Warranted the for cakes 25 cts a box 3 McKeesport Pennsylvania in the most reliable baking powder offered to the public treatment of diarrhoea in her chilCheese Cloth dren will undoubtedly be of interest to many mothers She says I spent all shades this week at 4 cts a yard In Late United States several weeks in Johnstown Pennsyl Â¬ vania after the great flood on ac- - Dont miss these bargains because Government Chemist count of my husband being employ prices tell and everybody ed there We had several children tells the prices with us two of whom took the diarrhoea very badly I got some of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy from Rev Mr JA w Chapman It cured both of them JTOUND DROWNED evident to the jury when Ooroner Truehart Drowned I know of several other cases whore Dehoney held an inquestWednesday successful I think it With Ills Hands Tied mid a afternoon that ho had been foully William Truehart colored who it was equally cannot be excelled and cheerfully 25 and 50 cent bot MAIN STREET NEAR STATE NA- Â¬ dealt with and they brought in a was for a number of years an em recommend it Rock Suspended From His TIONAL BANK tles for sale by J W Gayle verdict that he came to his death by ploye of Mr H R Williams was Neck drowning at the hands of some party drowned in the river just across from Messrs Choate Grahams mill Mon Â¬ or parties to tho jury unknown Wm Handy a young colored man The murder and the cause for the day morning He was last seen about who lived in the Old Apple Jack same is shrouded in mystery and 4 oclock that morning when he came liouseon the Versailles pike opposite out of lived on the residence of Mr Albert Jeffers should be investigated by the next Taylor the house where he the resi Avenue opposite disappeared from his home on Friday grand jurj We understand that a In Fine Medium and Low Priced Grades night of last week and was not seen lady living on the Versailles pike dence of Mr H G Banta Some time near Hoges Station says thaton the during the day little Albert Ziegler again until his dead body was found from went down to the river to go fishing floating in Blacks pond three miles night Handy disappeared cane lying on the from the city about noon Wednes- Â¬ home a party of men passed her and found a bat and pin bank which he recognized as belong- Â¬ Suits day When the corpse was taken house having in charge a negro man au ing to Truehart and immediately re Â¬ from the water it was discovered who was crying and begging them ported Beds the find to Lewis Black a that the hands were securely tied to let him go colored man who lived in the same together at the wrists with a stout E3 house with Truehart After reportÂ¬ Sunday Morning Fire leather strap and that his pants had ing his suspicion to the Ooroner that Room 2 been removed a flat rook weighing Truehart was drowned Blaok took Book Cases About one oclock Sunday morning Closets wast Â¬ C2J about thirty pounds had been fasten the hat found on the bank and threw c c 14P ed in the seat of the same and then flro broke out in the second story of it into the water when it floated the store room occupied by legs of the pants tied about his the Mr Jose Aubrey as a meat down stream a short distance and neck so that the rook would lie upon store on Broadway and before then began to circle around Black up to date always In style quality finisli kis breast and weigh the body down the flames could be subdued by the began dragging the river at tho We are and low prices The body had been in the water so department the house was damaged point where tho hat was circling and long that gas had formed causing it to the amount of about six or seven soon recovered the body It to float and when first seen was is supposed that Truehart committed dollars The fire originated some distance from shore but was hundred near a partition ran up tho same and suioido as he was in such a physical driven to the bank by a stiff breeze got in between the oeiling joists and condition that he could do no manual blowing at the time roof damaging both ceiling and roof labor and was heard to say on SunÂ¬ Handy had not been well all sum Â¬ to lilii an extent that they will have day ovoning that he had rather die am mer and was troubled with severe to such Only a is owned than go to the poor house Bars The house bo renewed pains in the hoad for whioh he was by Mr James Fitzpatrick who has short time ago he was found in the Lawn under medical treatment and when insurance sufficient to cover tholoss river nearSalenders wharf by Officer racil Doors l2Sl lie first disappeared it was thought Mr Aubrey suffered damages to his Gordon and bridge keeper Tobo his mind was affected and ho And that stook of only about twenty five or Griffey and would have then boon had wandered away Searoh was fifty dollars drowned had not thoy pulled him out accordingly made for him in the Coroner Dehoney hold an inquost eastern part of this county and in Boswell one of tho best over the body Monday afternoon Mr J 0 floott but with no avail known and most respooted citizens of when tho jury returned a verdict of It cannot bo said that Handy Browuwood Texas suffered with death from drowning drowned himself even if demented diarrhoea for a long tlrne and trlod for ho could not possibly have tied many different remedies without ben Â¬ LADIES Needing a tonic or children who want builduntil Chamberlains Oolic his own hands in tho way they wore efitand Diarrhooa Remedy wasOholo lwr un Bhotild tftko used ra DROWNIS iiioiv HITTERS although ho could easily have placed that relieved him at once For sale Indigestion la nleasant cures Malar It Biliousness Liver Complulnta and Neuralgia the stone about his nook and it was by J W Gaylo COR MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY Â¬ V jfa f Qs frCtTE 1 ttO JS Â¬ Â¬ im kl 7 Â¬ FURNITU Hftl S 1 4 Chamber Folding Parlor Suits Hall Furniture Dining Furniture China Chairs Rockers Hi SPECIAL OFFERINGS i Straw Mattings Mosquito Furniture Screen Windows BROWER SCOTT FRAZEE - Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies A4li -- it f y ii rriMri rifAiMMtt MmMtJm i J jt X V Li3k A ML tteuut Jv 1 Xjk jfrin ri vv 1 W i Grand Chance For a Home on Easy TermsKENTUCKY INVESTMENT AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION SEE ZEXOIES IZLST PLOT BELCWI ONE BLOCK FROM STREET RAILWAY OPPOSITE F M I - J i I 1 s 3 - -- L ssnn r t hi 16 g i 15 s 14 s 13 s i 12 i 11 in j 7P Q I t - i f w s c jjj j i 100 flOO 75 75 100 r J 1 L 1 20Q I 40 40 y I 40 I 40 - 48 10075 50 I k CO I Tn 50 4075 I I 1 s 1 i 500 2 1 2 II 1 W 1 3 S 4 I s r I 1 L I I House s on 6 5 n k I I H I I 1 1 400 200 200 I 40 I 40 1 40 I 40 Ill 5 a I rl 1 1 H 1 7 S 8 5 1 9 aM Jk 240 I 500 1000 750 625 48 gg 60 1 50 1 50 E0 j pok asvs 43 4t VfifiSAILLES ost FAYETTE HEWITT oi Capt B Â¬ Â¬ TUSNPIKE V L CLARK Manager Next door to State National Bank Mrs Wm Saffell Miss Todd SafTell Secretary A Success The Capital City Orchestra gave a concert to a large and appreciative audience at Alton Anderson county Saturday evening July 29th and to say it was a success would be ex pressing it mildly Each member did so well that it is difficult to dis- Â¬ criminate or determine which de- Â¬ Among the served the most praise many features may be mentioned the brilliant solo on that sweetest of all instruments the flute by Mr W H Van Winkle who was heartily en- Â¬ cored Mr Henry Brady who grace- Â¬ fully performed several popular solos Â¬ 5- - U fr B f- t- city Capt Asa Walker U S N and wife Mr Frank Heeney left Monday ents are visiting Mrs Walkers parMaj J afternoon for a visit to the Worlds on Broadway Alex Grant and wife Fair Miss Anna May Stephens who has Mr W J Chinn is confined to the house with an attack of malarial been visiting her brother Mr R Stephens at New Albany Ind has fever returned home Miss Annie Bain of Lexington is visiting Miss Georgia Payne on Con- Â¬ Mrs M J Dudley Misses Maggie and Mary Talbott Dudley and Mr way street Will J Dudley left Monday to visit Miss Christine Reynolds has re- Â¬ the Worlds Fair turned from a visit of several weeks Mrs A Nugent and daughter Miss to Chicago Currie of Lexington and Miss Ma Â¬ Messrs G 0 Furr and George L mie Kiernanof this city left Monday Payne left Thursday for Michigan on for Linnietta Springs a fishing trip Mr Arthur Weitzel after spending Miss Sheffer Stephens is visiting a few days with his parents Mr and her brother Mr Adam K Stephens Mrs Lucas Weitzel returned to in Glendale Ohio Louisville on Tuesday Mrs Cordelia Kendall and daugh- Â¬ Mrs Louise F Woods and little ter Miss Cordie are visiting rela- Â¬ neice Nannie Woodson are visiting her daughter Mrs Thos H Bradley tives in Louisville in Georgetown this week Mrs R P Pepper and daughters returned Monday from a months Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown who has been visiting her cousin sojourn in Chicago Mies Janie Dehoney in this city re Mrs Amelia Bohannan and chil- Â¬ dren leave to day for a visit to her turned home Tuesday afternoon Mr W Anderson Gaines was sumparents in Cincinnati moned to Warsaw Tuesday on ac- Â¬ Â¬ Mr Henry Crittenden of Green- count of the illness of bis wife who is visiting his is visiting relatives in that place ville Mississippi mother on Third street Mr Samuel R Smith Miss Una Marshall has returned afternoon for Oinoinnati left Saturday the from a visit to her sister Mrs King Fisher Club on their to join fish- annual Ashurst in Georgetown ing trip to the lakes of Michigan Messrs M J Meagher and Charles Mrs and chil Â¬ J Weitzol left Tuesday for Chicago dren ofThos D Herndon have been Anderson county to visit the Worlds Fair visiting ner sister Mrs Richard Miss Dasjo Brawner and brother Orutcher on Shelby street this week Mr Will Brawner returned Thursday Mrs Helen McOlure and children from a visit to Louisville Misses Julia and Mattie and Master Miss Gertrudo B Ledrigo who has Edward loft Monday afternoon to been visiting Mrs Lucian Williams visit Dr E II Black and wife in Stamping Ground in Cincinnati has returned home Miss AnnaMcArdlo of Lexington Misses Julia and Bessie Hodges who have been visiting relatives hero who spent several days in ouroity for several weeks loft Monduy for last week returned homo on SaturÂ¬ Stamping Ground to visit their grand day last much pleased with her visit to the Capital City parents Dr E H Black and wife Â¬ Messrs Chas W and Phythian Safthe first of the week F M Halloran and ODon Transactions in real estate have Master Steele Heading is visiting Mr John Cassell returned Sunday fell returned Saturday Harry a visit from nell friends in Louisville been dull this week only one deed afternoon from Chicago to the Worlds Fair being lodged for record in the CounMrs Egbert Stephens is visiting Misses Mollie and Lilla Clugston Surgeon LieuDr parents in Aberdeen Ohio of Fayetto county are visiting Miss tenant Alvin Duvall Quartermaster ty Clerks office viz Tab Smith and H T Gaines Lieut 0 E Colahan U S N is A May Cromwell near Jetts Station of the second Regiment are attend others to Louisa Foster a lot fronting visiting friends in this city Miss Anna Conway of Owensboro ing the encampment of the State 37 feet on the Lewis Ferry pike and running back 100 feet for 180 Miss Pickett Johnson is visiting spent Sunday in this city with her Guard at Bowling Green aunt Mrs Ann Morris on Second RevJ McClusky Blayney D D Miss McDowell at Danville street left Monday afternoon to join his The Contract Awarded Mr John Reading left Wednesday Mrs W T Reading and children sons Lindseyand Mac at Trout Lake for a visit to the Worlds Fair Miss Margaret and Masters Willie and Wisconsin where he will remain un The Board of Sinking Fund Com Mr Morton Swango returned Sat D V are visiting relatives in Shelby til the middle of September missioners on Wednesday awarded urday night from a trip to Chicago county Mr Humphrey Evans who has Major A T Wood of Mt Sterling Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington been living in Indianapolis for several the contract for building four hunwas in the city Monday on business who has been visiting relatives in the years has been compelled by an af- dred new cells and a new chapel at give up his fection Dr J M Buckley and wife of Louis- city for the past two weeks has re- position of the throat to for Messrs the Penitentiary to Mr S O Oryer as book keeper his bid of 55000 being considered ville are visiting relatives in this turned home Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL C Milam was in Cincinnati Real Estate Transfers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Toledo and Chicago less than hours Four trips per week between month until November to travel from Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac Petos fair to fair For particulars apply to key and Chicago Dally trips between Detroit and Cleveland during July and F M Caldwell August double dally servfcowlll bo main Blue Booth Gallery tained giving a daylight ride across Lako o Erie Dally servico between Cleveland First class stateroom and iv Tovie hack Acnvs accommodations and menu and exceedOr you nro all worn out really good for noth Jn It is general debility Try ingly low Round Trip Rates Tho pala miowwacleanBe your Ucr and givo inoN jijttxjis tial equipment tho luxury of tho appoint Â¬ It will euro you ments make traveling on these steamers a good appetite thoroughly enjoyable Send for illus- Â¬ A Schantz For Sale or Rent My dwelling tratedApamphlet Address A Steam Nav Dotroit Clevoland P house on Ann street 8b Detroit Ich J T Buckley tf Cleveland Effectually yet gently when costive or billious or when the blood is im pure or sluggish to permanently cure hahitual constipation to awaken the kindneys and liver to a healthy activ Â¬ Do Yon Know ity without irritating or weakening Births them to dispel headaches colds or iMiat a large percentage f deaths In use Syrup of Figs Hubbard In this city on Thurs Â¬ this country are caused by consump Â¬ fevers day August 3d 1893 to Mr J O A little cold tion and lung trouble neglected in the beginning often ter Â¬ THE LAKE ROUTE TO THE WORLDS FAIR Hubbard and wife a son VIA PICTURESQUE MACKINAC minates in consumption Every you cough you increase time the trouble and an inflammation is Avoid the heat and dust by traveling soon started which is difficult to on the Floating Palaces of tho Detroit control There is one remedy that Cleveland Steam Navigation Company cures quickly every Wnd of cough Two new steel passenger steamers havo That is Dr Hales Household Cough just been built for this Upper Lake route Jure It is the best Are you not costing 300000 each and are guaranteed untitled to the best For sale at 25 to bo the grandest largest safest and and 50c a bottle at Carpenters drug fastest steamers on tho Lakes speed 20 Cures Consumption Coughs Cronp Sore Sold by all DniRcistx on a Guarantee ntoro 2 miles per hour running time between Throat For a Lame Side BackorChext 8hiloha Poroua Â¬ Â¬ Co and is here on his Blanton way to Ashville North Carolina Mr W C Huff who put in the telephone exchange in this city in 1881 was in the city yesterday shak- Â¬ Since ing nandB with old friends he was here he has been to Europe as consulting electrician in the con- Â¬ struction of telephone lines in Ger Â¬ many England Scotland Ireland Spain Portugal Wales France Switzerland and Italy in which busi Â¬ ness he was engaged for nearly three years He has now settled down to business at Chattanooga Tennessee where he is manufacturing black powder and dynamite and resides at Time has dealt Dalton Georgia gently with him and he looks as young as on his former visit the best Teller Resigned Mr James G Dudley resigned his position as teller of the Branch Bank of Kentucky on Saturday and will go to Chicago to reside His successor has nob yet been chosen by the board of directors of the bank To Cleanse the System many of them The brilliant execu- Â¬ tion of several difficult solos by Mr Louis Harris set the house wild with delight as he never fails to do and he was forced to respond to several en- Â¬ cores Mr John Burkhardt in his cornet solo the Capital City Orches Â¬ tra and the Mandolin and Guitar Club assisted by Mr J Gorman came in for a share of applause The concert over tho people returned home feeling satisfiedthat their time and money were well spent and as evidence of this faot tho Capital City Orchestra have been requested and will repeat the same within the next few days The patronage of this orchestra is constantly increasing and it will not bo long boforo they will have all they can do AH communications should bo ad dressed to Mr Louis Harris Manager or James R Banta Secretary on the guitar was heartily applaud- Â¬ ed and by special request repeated StsHILOH s will give great yatUfaction 35 Wanted To hire a horse by the 50 Plaster cents 1 Â¬ Mrs T 8 Hawkins ChattnnooffnTenn says s ShiloVaVitaUzer PAVED MY LIFE consider it the best rtmedufor a debilitated smtem For I ever wedexcels DysponsiaotsUvor or Kidney Price 75 trouble It SHILOHS VITALIZES I Put-in-Ba- y Â¬ Â¬ S relievo and Cure you Prlco 60 cts tuib in Â¬ jector for lt successful trcotmentisfurnisnoq a f reo 8hilohfl Iteraedlos nro sold by us on guarantee to givo satisfaction HJLOHSlXATARRH HuTjjtrm ncmcUY Have you Catarrh Trytbialtomody ItwIU J n For sale by W 28 McKee Hardie ly HALLS OLD STANnj t iiikmiikhmiMtei rrAtilntAhMiii UWilllHiiirtllrfllfl ll I A r rv WONDERFUL mmmmrJkWmmmmmUmWm Is our stock of Diamonds Watches Silverware Clocks etc for our Si I MIDSUMMER Clearing sale f We must sell as it will soon be time for our fall stock Call now for M Q BARGAIN 2v Tlie Bicycle Race of the Knights of Pythias picnicjand as Thorn Hill Park is on the hill above the track the race can be seen to good advantage from the side of the hill along the Owenton Turnpike Dexter Lodge has offered as a prize to tjie winner a round trip railroad ticket to Chicago and return which N R R was donated by the L young gentlemen and the following have entered for the race which is to be a handicap Messrs Todd Orutcher Ben Mar- shall Neville Garrett and Will A Lewjs will start from the scratch and inn the full mile Fifty yards ahead of them Messrs Henry Lindsey H Ackley H L liurch and John Selbert will start Seventy five yards J M Williams Earl Rogers and Robert Gray One hundred yards Duane Sin Â¬ clair A bicycle racq will take place at to the office whore ho still remains Col R P Peppers track on Wednes- Â¬ and Dr O B Ohinn telephoned for day afternoon as one of the features who went out and dressed his injuries so intense that he could not bear to He was finally gotten be handled S MUST OO Jereler JOHN DRISCOLL 4 4 Summer Goods A THE 1 respect About a year ago Mr Johnson met with a similar accident in the war- Â¬ ehousestepped into a hole in the floor used by the warehouse hands in going from one ricking floor to an- Â¬ otherand broke a rib He seems to be particularly unfortunate in this Liquor 233 Merchant 3 1 full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc BR04DWAY opposite State House April 15 tf There is a Bat In everything In Ointments Dr Hales Household Ointment stands at tho head It is effecting more won derful cures and giving greater satis Â¬ faction than any other remedy in the world For cuts bruises burns sprains frostbite chilblains chappea hands and lips eczema salt rheam piles c it lias no equal We claim croat things for itand guarantee what wc claim It is tho great pain and bltin cure Put up in 25 and 60c boxes Large size cheapest For sale by Phie Carpenter druggist Â¬ L W TIME TABLE time table is now in fc ti STRMM HKTS At almost your own price 8 ty s Tho following effoot upon the L No 23 N road TBAINS WEST No 17 leaves No 21 leaves No 19 leaves leavesrankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort TBAINS EAST 935 a m 305 p m 735 pm 550 am i A H No 30 mixed train fort N 2 One hundred and twenty five yards IiOTJISYIIiliE TOBACCO MAE- KET Wm Cavanaugh and J Desmond FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT o 18 I eavos No 20 loaves No 24 arriveB No 22 leaves No 20 t V Two hundred yards Rev W E Go LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE rey Buford Williams and 0 E Col- Sales on our market for the week lins Mr Earl Rogers has offered as a just closed amount to 1890 hhds with receipts for the same period of second prize in this race one months hhds Sales on our market since 1973Â¬ Jan laundry uary 1st amount to 85331 hhds Sales As there are some speedy riders in of the crop of 1892 on our market to the list it is expected that good time this date amount to 88331 hhds been Tho market this week has will be made without any special features to note The following additional races were the only change being a little lower arranged for at a meeting of the local range of values for the very common are selling burley suob wheelmen on Thursday evening and grades ofper hundred as The money under 6 will be run immediately after the conditions continue very much handicap strained throughout the country and Second Race One half mile dash it is by no means likely that any permanent improvement will be First prize Best sweater donated realized in prices for tobacco until by D H Sinclair Second prize Silk financial conditions improve The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Timbrella donated by J M Williams resent our market for new burley to- Â¬ Third race Ono fourth mile dash bacco 1892 crop Pirst prize Fall style hat donated Trash dark or damaged 4 25 3 50 tobacco by Ben Marshall Second prize Bi- 4 50 5 00 - Common Oolory trash cyole shoes donated by B T OrutchMedium to good colory er 6 00 8 00 trash Fourth race One Common lugs not colory 4 50 Consolation 6 00 7 50 6 00 mile dash First prize One pair Common Colory lugs Bloomer bicycle pants donated by Medium to good colory 7 50 8 60 lugs Second prize One Common to medium leaf 7 50 H L Burch 9 00 11 00 9 00 scarf pin donated by John Selbert Medium to good leaf 15 00 11 00 By agreement any rider winning Good to fine leaf two prizes will not contest in other Select or wrappery 20 00 15 00 tobacco races OConnor Ladies Kid Oxfords - now 50c Ladies Tan Cold Oxfords 75c 1 Christiansburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 conneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch H B Loosdon Agent Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort will stop at leaves Frank- Â¬ 600 a m 1015 a m 443 p m G35 p xrw 855 p m Anchorage nnd Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and quickest between lot of Ladies 350 Oxfords now 2 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Georgetown Haysville mouth and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Cynthiana Covington ti and ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Lower Prices On Oil Low Cot Shoes i TRAINS RUN BY GENTML STAnDAHD TIME TIME TABLE MAY 27 ISM A ti 1 r u 340 346 862 400 41b 424 4 31 i r x No 7 1245 1255 TBAINS E AST Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar A Frankfort Summit Elkhoru Swltzer Stamping Ground No No 3 J 4 700 706 718 730 742 749 758 806 729 711 411 Duvall Won the Pot There was a special shoot at the grounds of the Thorn Hill Gun Club Monday afternoon for a prize of 30 at 100 blue rock pigeons which re Electric Bitters Â¬ sulted as follows JohnW Mastin G Mr Mastin took in the prize A second matoh at 25 birds was then shot off which was won by Dr Dade ho breaking his twenty five Dr WHDade T Church Richard Orutoher 92 89 80 84 straight Broke Severn Ribs While engaged in closing up one of tho warehouses at the Old Taylor Distillery on Glens Crook Wednes Â¬ day afternoon Mr John Will John- Â¬ son tho distiller walked into an open hatchway in tho dark and fell from one ricking floor to another a distance of about eight feet break Â¬ ing several ribs on tho right side and bruising himself so severely about tho head and side that it re- Â¬ quired several hours to got him re moved from tho warehouse to the distillery office his Buffering being Â¬ This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does hot exist and it is guaranteed to do all that CLASSICAL INSTITUTE Electric Bitters will is claimed cure ail diseases of the Liver and advantages for culture Kidneys will remove Pimples OFFERS the highest College Course with and ex Full Location atcellent Preparatory Department AT Boils Salt Rheum and other affectractive healthful and accessible Genuine home tions caused by impure blood comforts Accommodations Urst class In every on application Will drive Malaria from the sys- MARSHALLS MRS M W PARK particular Catalogues sentBEUKY Paris Ky tem and prevent as well as cure all For cure of fevers Malarial Wednesday Aug 9 1893 WM Headache Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters EnATTORN tire satisfaction guaranteed or FIRST CLASS BRASS AND STRING MUSIC Price 50 cts money efunded REAL JBSTJLTJS AGENT and i per bottle at South Side PRICnCK IN THS COUHT8 01 DANCING AMUSINGGAMES drug store Stanklln and tht adjoining eountlet tai will alio rive ipacII attention to the purohuw SWINGS Etc P H Carpenter 5 MI Georgetown C S Johnson B Newtown Depot 0 Centre vl tie Elizabeth Paris TRAINS WEST IA Lv Paris Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar C 820 830 Ml P 81G 460 502 516 525 M S10 110 125 145 155 205 220 245 305 320 330 345 M I No 2 No 4 U M P No8Nol2 M6 527 749 Knights of Pythias PARIS Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Newtown U S Depot Georgetown Duvall B Johnson 905 915 920 923 949 UU0 1017 1023 1049 1056 1105 fc 550 600 601 612 Â¬ PICNIC Â¬ Â¬ Stumping Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn Ax Summit A Ar Frankfort A B C 10 30 104i 680 635 64 i 048 655 7 03 443 425 453 715 721 730 803 812 832 862 905 915 925 Â¬ Jul-15-- connects with L connects with Q connects with K N C - C and L S Â¬ Â¬ CROMWELl EY-AT-LA- W Mastin Bros have had a very largo Dress Parade of Uniform Rank sale on their new improved Sickle K of P on grounds at Grinder Call and examine it 42 and ile of real estate collection and the aecotlatioa of loans at rrnta elltxit Effective May 27th and during the summer tlie following Sunday schedule will bo in effect SUNDAY TRAINS East No 6 leaes Frankfort 745 n m No Georgetown 840 arrives at Paris 915 u m Georgetown 400 3 leaves Frankfort 3 40 p in arrives nt Paris 5 25 p in West No C leavejuParls 9 30 a m George town 1005 arrives Frankfort 1105 n 1115 No leaves Paris 530 p m Georgetown 630 arrives at Frankfort 730 p in Â¬ tf 5 oclock W J CHINN JR 5 Tho Kentucky Midland Railway nnd connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL C D BERCAW City Tloket Agent Gen Puss Agt GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Admission including transpor2 Buys a No 1 with tation 50 cents children 25 non slipping corrugated tiros fully cents 48 3t warranted Roberts agent 120Rambler or Â¬ Will practice in all State Courts Of flee second floor Custom House cuted at this office yp Job work neatly exe Â¬ m -- a JMM ii iffi ii I tAkmiti 111 riMmmtkli a- - t 1A vzv SWi - k j mM jy t Jfcil ftl mm V T7D BJHf pr of tho rnpnlnfq nnrt nxnnnrlitures 01 wwr rw the city c Sec 74 Ho shall perform such Entered at t lie post offlce nt Frankfort Kentucky other duties as may be prescribed as secoml olass mailable matter Sec 75 He must give bond to be approved liv the council Sec 76 Ho shall receive such GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Any compensation as may be prescribed can bo of the earlier stages of Consumption cured Its a matter of evidence by ordinance FRANKFORT AUGUST 5 1898 strong onough and complete enough to war Â¬ MTPHDm rDrtfTMn i i m aiauivit ti n A i A 11 DfiTTW im ii i W IVficKEE HARDIE DRTJV G IST HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND ASSESSOR THE CITY CHARTER fi EUtV - The Duties mid Qualifications of the City Attorney Clerk and Other Officers Sec 44 The Mayor shall make pro tempore appointments to fill all tem- Â¬ porary vacancies in the city olflces except councilmen Sec 45 The Mayor shall bid in property for Jthe city at all tax and judicial sales when the city iB a party and also sell and convey the same subject to the approval of the coun- Â¬ cil Sec 46 The Mayor shall keep an office at the citys expense keep reg ular slated office hours and not en gage in any private business likely to interfere with his official duties Sec 47 The Mayor shall bo paid an Â¬ Â¬ annual salary of 1000 and never less than Sec Provides for the selection of a mayor pro tempore by the council from among the members of that body Said mayor pro tempore is not empowered to approve or veto pub lic measures unless the absence or disability of the Mayor is prolonged beyond ten consecutive days Sec 49 If the Mayor is absent from duty longer than ten days the mayor pro tempore shall bo paid the same rate per day paid the regular Mayor less any sum paid to him as a mem- Â¬ ber of the council during his service as mayor pro tem Â¬ Â¬ 800 48 council at its first regular meeting or within a month thereafter shall elect a city assessor for a term of two years Sec 78 He shall not be less than 24 years of ago and be a resident citizen of four years before his election Sec 79 Defines his duty of mak ing a complete and correct list once a year of all taxable property and tithes in tho city Cnn en TTa mnv nnnnlnt ns mnnv deputies as ho may deem necessary Sec 81 He and his deputies are required in every case to administer the oath to the tax payers Sec 82 Prescribes a form of oath in addition to the form for other officers which tho assessor and his deputies are required to take Sec 83 He shall perform other duties as may be prescribed by ordinance Sec 84 Ho shall be paid such com- Â¬ pensation as may bo fixed by ordi- Â¬ nance Sec 77 Each AT rant tho makers of Dr Pierces Golden Med Â¬ ical Discovery in promising this If its taken in time and given a fair trial theyll refund tho money in any caso whoro their medicine fails to benefit or euro But its a medicino that doesnt fail it goes to tho root of tho trouble Consumption is developed through tho blood and must bo cured in tho samo way Its a scrofulous affection of tho lungs a blood taint And the surest remedy for Scrofula in all its forms tho most potont blood - cleanser strength restorer and flesh builder known to medical science is tho Golden Medical cures Bcroiuia it cures uiscovery Consumption it cures all Bronchial Throat it T11HW an1 nfTAnllnMa I PATENT - MEDICINES - And cordially ask our friends to give us a call AniUmn TTTnnl T Severe Lingering Coughs and kindred ml mente through tho blood And if theres no kolp theres no pay W McKEE HARDIE Jnn21 ly C L GtAYiy Â¬ MARSHAL CITY ATTORNEY SMfc Sec 50 Each counoil at its first regular meeting or within a month thereafter shall elect a city attorney for a term of two years Sec 51 To be eligible to the office of city attorney requires an actual residence in and qualified voter of the city a licensed practicing attorney for at least five years who is not a stockholder in officer agent attor- Â¬ ney or employe of any corporation or person holding any franchise un- Â¬ der or having any contract with the city Sec 52 The city attorney shall attend to the legal business of the city except prosecutions in the police court and appeals therefrom Sec 53 Provides for the payment of the city attorneys salary by ordi- Â¬ nance and also for his expenses when out of the city attending to his legal duties for the city and in addition thereto ten per cent of all sums re- Â¬ covered and collected by him for the city CLERK Kt I fl H fr t v Sec 54 Each council at its first regular meeting is required to electa city clerk for a term of two years Sec 55 Provides that a city clerk must be 21 years of age a resident in and qualified voter of the city and a good scribe and book keeper Sec 56 The city clerk must attend all meetings of the council keep full and accurate minutes and record them in a journal before the next Tegular meeting Sec 57 Ho shall within ten days or sooner if ordered issue a capias pro fine upon each fine and an execu- Â¬ tion upon each forfeiture imposed by the council or by the Mayor Sec 53 He shall keep such records and perform such other duties as may be prescribed in the charter by ordi- Â¬ nance Sec 49 He shall keep the city seal and all records and papers not prop- Â¬ erly belonging to some other office and copies of same attested by him shall be competent evidence in all courts Sec 00 Immediately after adjournment he shall certify to the auditor and treasurer of the city all licenses granted and all claims allowed by the council Sec 61 He may upon the approv- Â¬ al of the council appoint a deputy who shall be subject to removal at his pleasure Sec 62 In addition to fees herein prescribed the clerk shall be paid such compensation as shall be pre Â¬ scribed by ordinance Â¬ and every four years thereafter the qualified voters of the city shall elect a marshal for a term of four years Sec 86 He shall be not less than 24 years of age a vpter and actually a resident for two years before his election Sec 87 He is not eligible to re- Â¬ election or to serve as a deputy mar Â¬ shal Sec 88 His duties are defined to the city as a sheriff to the circuit court and State Sec 89 He shall attend the police court and council preserve order and obey the lawful mandates of the court council and mayor Sec 90 He shall have power to execute the processes issuing from any of the courts or by any officer of the State and his jurisdiction shall be co extensive with the county but he shall not be required to execute the process of any court except the police court Sec 91 He shall also execute all process or notice issued by the clerk mayor or any board or committee of the city Sec 92 He shall perform other duties prescribed by ordinance Sec 93 He shall keep an office in the City Hall Sec 91 He may appoint ib many deputies as he may deem necessary Sec 95 He snail enter upon tno discharge of his duties the ilrst Mon- Â¬ day in December next after his elec- Â¬ tion Sec 96 He shall receive such com- Â¬ pensation as may be prescribed here Â¬ in or by ordinance Sec 97 If collected from the defen dant he shall receive for service of process for the city the same fees and commissions allowed by law to sheriffs and constables for similar services Sec 98 He shall not perform any other duties that may interfere with his duty to city and shall settle his accounts with the city monthly November 1893 Â¬ Sec 85 At the regular election in PROSECUTING ATTORNEY The qualified voters shall elect in November 1893 and every four years thereafter a prosecuting attorney of the police court for a term of four years Sec 100 The prosecuting attorney shall be a voter and actual resident of the city and licensed practicing lawyer for one year next before his election Sec 101 He shall begin his duties the first Monday in December next after his election Sec 99 Sec 102 He shall attend all sessions Sec 110 Tho council shall provide the assessor with the forms and books necessary to make the assessment Sec 111 The State revenue law for the assessment of property is hereby adopted as part of this act aB far as applicable Sec 112 Each March the Mayor shall appoint three house keepers in different wards as a board of tax supervisors Sec 113 The supervisors shall con- Â¬ vene the first Monday in April and the assessor shall act as their clerk They shall supervise all assessments and see that all property is assessed at its fair cash value Spc 114 The law governing the county superviHors of tax are adopt- Â¬ ed as part of this act as far as appli- Â¬ cable Sec 115 After supervisors finish their work it shall be submitted to the council which shall have power to make changes as may be just and equitable Sec 116 The council shall then by resolution accept the tax book fix the rate of taxation for one year and make out the amount of taxes due on each list Sec 117 The clerk shall make out the tax book or receipts against per- Â¬ sons assessed and deliver them not latter than June 1st to the tax collector Sec 118 Before delivering the book to the tax collector the clerk shall take a receipt therefor for the full amount of taxes due the city Sec 119 All taxes are due and pay- Â¬ able as soon as the book iB in the hands of the tax collector Sec 120 The collector Bhall have the same power to collect tho city taxes that tho sheriff has to collect the Stato and county taxes Sec 121 The collector may distrain for tsixes due Sec 122 The council may prescribe a discount for prompt and penalty for dilatory payment of taxes Sec 123 The collector may list omit- Â¬ ted property which shall be charged to him by the clerk Sec 124 Tiie collector shall make out a report twice a month in detail and the aggregate of all money col lected by him which snail be deliv- Â¬ ered to the treasurer Sec 125 The collector may appoint a deputy Sec 126 On January 1st of each year the collector shall return to tho clerk all taxes due and unpaid and the clerk shall certify same to the city attorney who shall bring suit on them at once Â¬ LOOK HERE Have you seen the new and complete stock of BtTGG IBS I3 S3SrES3 ancL OTXTXBI Bottom Prices G OOIDS If not call and examine and satisfy yourselves that everything is new and at Rock 232 -- A2srisr stseet BRASS KETTLES ENAMELED KETTLES GRANITE KETTLES TINKETTTLES FOR PRESERVING FRUIT Masons Fruit Jars Plain Glass Fruit Jars Stone Fruit Jars and Tin Cans For Preserving FOE SJLLB ZE33T -- t E POT7EB 53 tt C5c 50c and 100 Consumption 22 For sale by W McKee Hardie Karls Clover Root the new Blood Purifier gives freshness and clearness to the Complexion and cures Â¬ A first class second hand mower for 42 tf sale cheap at Mas tin Bros D Mar 18 For removing Stamps and liocke Jfor Quarry men and WeU diggen Safe eauilr handled and cheap For full information end price address QRTPFMTOT SfeMPLjB I OUl8yiLLfeKY Blue Wing ly E CO AUDITOR v for a term of two years Sec 64 His qualifications shall be the same as those of the city clerk Sec 65 He shall be the general ac Â¬ counting officer of the city and perform the duties as may be prescribed by ordinance Sec 66 Provides for the mode and manner of drawipg warrants upon the treasurer to be numbered and registered by the auditor and endors Â¬ ed by him as lawful and valid Sec 67 He shall after the money has been paid to the treasurer issue all licenses prescribed by ordinance or granted by the council and charge the treasurer with the amount of such receipts Sec 68 He shall be paid such com Â¬ pensation as shall be prescribed by ordinance Sec 69 The office of the Auditor may bo abolished or restored by or- Â¬ dinance and the duties of same if abolished shall bo performed by the city clerk Â¬ Sec 63 Each council at its first reg ular meeting or within a month thereafter shall elect a city auditor of the police court and prosecute in We find the following in the Las all for the city in all cases therein Cruces New Mexico Independent Sec 103 He Bhall receive thirtyper of which Mr W R Fall Â¬ Democrat cent of all fines and forfeitures rean old Frrnkfort boy is the editor covered in said court The legend runs that during tho REVENUE AND TAXATION war with Mexico Jno Swigert Griff Sec104 All real and personal es Theobald Oyrus Calvert Jno White- Â¬ state all corporations and franchises head Geo Davidson Dick Harlan and within the city shall be subject to other Frankfort Ky boys took with ON MAIN STEET TO assessment and taxation as of the them to the war a game cock widely 10th of January every year known as Blue Wing Sec 105 The city shall have lion for At the battle of Buena Vista Old five years for all taxes due it Blue Wing was perched on a cason Sec 106 For taxation real estate in tho near vicinity and whenever shall include improvements and per- - the gun in frontof him was fired Old EasEniEnt nf Capital Hntel sonal estate every other species of Blue Winn would express his appro- They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a property both tangible and intangi bation by a vigorous flapping of me wings and by an ear splitting crow short time Sec 107 The various holders and Old At the close of hostilities claimants of the title shall be liable Blue Wing the victor of many hard fought battles and approximately a for the taxes Sec 108 In making the assessment participant in Santa Anas defeat was each lot or parcel of ground and im- Â¬ carried to his birthplace by the sol Â¬ provements thereon shall be stated dier boys And when the old hero answered separately aec 109 All property shall be his last reveille the boys buried him assessed as of the 10th of January and with military honors draping his the work completed by March 10th rose woodcoffin with miniature flags of each year of the United States JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed From the Batzell Building r 101 AND 102 ANN STHBET the J i Lawn Mowers 1 TREASURER w Each council at its first regular meeting or within a month thereafter shall elect a city treasurer for a term of two years Sec 71 Ho shall have the same qualifications as city clerk Sec 72 He shall keep the money belonging to the oity See 73 Ho shall keep an account Sec DPRICES Lead The Market 2 The only Pure Cream of Tartar iprlllO l Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anri on LAWN MOWERS I 70 ftprflLBakmg ISLM Powder PowderNo Ammonia AJm itfti ill xzicia oxac--HivdiDPzo- nsr e j 400 450 500 No Alum Used in Millions of Homes 40 Ycara the Standard U J 323BEOADWAY Street frfi ifi lyiirfnliifTr A MPt di tdXd itJjiittiuuiL I 5 w O Great Bargains in Vehicles and Harness Come to our salesrooms or factory find any style vehicle you may want and we will name you a lower cash price on same than any ever before quoted you on best grades of work We have this season distributed the output of our factory all over this old Commonwealth and the surrounding States and if our work k will fill the wants of the people as to make finish and price when supplied through the dealers of the country to whom we sell largely we certainly can sell you direct from the factory at prices bound to be right You pay no agents profits with us as we supply you right from the manufactory snnnnfi u R ORUTOHER President J W ORUTOHER Secretary i RiarncnrinrnBCiFsariannniapjacFirinnrCTCEirHrarnra lii nirnii wjiaxxzu22ijnuGUXUGUuvauiLiuayKUGaauauauauua 11 i LirjLW lw liuuwjlh t r w au j il iiji 1 11111 SADDLES AND HARNESS At lower prices then ever RsnHarjiar3nnarnrani3cnriwrrri3nirrnrnBHrnnnnn JL ln7MtUU JLlJUnL JUULULULlJUJUllUUWJLU Whips One half Price LAP ROBES AND DUSTEES 50c 75c and 20 dozen whips regular price 50c goods now 25c PiTinianncacnrrinCTRnrTinannrinBaBnrnrjrnrarnn 100 Dozens to select from THE KENTUCKY FACTORY-HEA- D- BUGGY 1 2ST O AND 3 OF BROADWAY 0 1R HARNESS WORKS J SALESROOM OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE O 3RA T El 3D OVERSTOCKED AND MUST SELL M ft J i THAT within the NEXT SIXTY DAYS and I am determined to do so at all hazards In order to accomplish this I will KiXlgTS DPem articles at 20 per cent off for the next 60 days I intend to buy a magnificent holiday stock which will arrive early in the fall and for sell all of the above named I need money and must dispose of the above goods below which I intend to pay spot cash and I am going to move my present stock to make the payment cost Come and see is what I mean and that is what I say I must reduce my stock of cSCC 3Old and SIlTTer m7mQttclae3m Oliaiaas ClianrLS n W L COPPERSMITH THE JEWELER tfRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT AUGUST fi 1898 He Got the Swag A farmer living in Anderson county had thirty two hundred dollars de- Â¬ posited in one of our banks arid last week he became uneasy fearing that the bank might suspend and hie money be locked up so he deter- Â¬ mined to come down and draw it out When he arrived here the bank officials tried to reason with him and convince him that their institution was solvent and his money perfectly safe but he had come for his money and nothing else would do him bo they counted itout to him all in silver and in order to take it away he had to purchase a new satchel which when the coin was placed in it weighed over two hundred pounds The farmer loaded this into his bug two iv and drove off with his riding sons on armed with shot gunB either side of him as a guard Side was Mr Rankin of the tor of the First Colored Baptist refused permission to South his scales move Church in this city will be installed on Second street The council then adjourned with imposing ceremonies Installation Ceremonies Rev J W Hawkins the new pas- Â¬ street water from running on the property of Mr Dan Meagher on Holmes DR W I KELLEY Veterinary Remedies PRXPAKKDBTTHB OF CINCINN AT IO will be at the Kentucky Veterinary Medicine Co MT Quite a lengthy programme has been prepared which will in Â¬ clude three services during the day and evening Excursion trains will be run from Paris over the Midland N and from points over the L and Q 0 roads and the probabilities are that there will be a large gathering of colored people in the city O Swallowfleld Mrs Charles Kenney and daughter fecoeetiis ecotee IN LEXINGTON KY HEMORRHOIDS iPiles cured without surglca operation and with little or no puiu REEEBENCES W McKee Hurdle Frankfort K7 J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E 11 iober Frankfort Kj J T Stuten Frankfort Ky V Berberlcli Frankfort h Rev L P llulett Benson Ky Ky A H McClure Frankfort V J nughes Frankfort Ky Ky Dnvld Moore Benson STERLING KY are visiting relatives at Georgetown Saturday August 12 1893 Saturday September 2 1893 this week Mr Will McDonald has gone to the Forks of Eikhorn to build a barn A protracted meeting is in progress here conducted by Rev J K P si W3 KBUllCKYgSV ETERINARY TOt - VTL nrm j L-- MEDICINE LiI f lfc CO Â¬ South Mr Ovie Scantland was taken sick N Rogers Yr Alma N T ate nothing but dry nrrna for three years on account of Vjii rorriDio disease Dyspepsia He r tn 03 that he was entirely cured ty Dr Halos Housebdld Tea and can This greatest cow eaii anything nedicme Knovphis aold at 25 and aO fcents jaef parage at SAapwraWs -- Hrbff Btttfie m - S Council Proceedings ADJOURNED MEETING Trying It Again Mr Moses OConnor on Wednes Â¬ day completed a deal with Mr Fred v Hi J Samples for his interest in the Even- Â¬ ing Journal and again took charge of that paper as its editor on Thursday Mr OConnor has with the excepÂ¬ tion of only a few months been one of the editors of the paper since it was first established in 1887 and is Ho only getting back home again street made it go boforo and will doubtless Petition of A K Stophons asking greatly improve it now Heres hop Â¬ Petition of L B Weisenburg to ing he may make it pay notwith- Â¬ build addition to his shop on East standing the hard times Main street was granted Several petitions for rebates were referred to committees Repairs to Opera House The School Board thanked the for The lessees of the Opera House council in a communication benefitthe of 200 appropriated for the are authorized to receive bids for the Manual Training School Councilman MoOluro offered a reso- Â¬ painting the interior of the house scenery repairing the lution to repeal Section 3 of Ordi- Â¬ also painting Are and police gas pipes guttering water olosets nance 22 in relation towas auouteu nnmmiHHionerB which and the tiling in the front entrance Hon E H Taylors communication They will also recolve propositions to declining to be a candidate ior tue Legislature was received and read light the houso with olootrioity A resolution offerod by Oounoilman on the Anyone desiring to bid July 11th and also one of in- Â¬ McClure work will bo furniBhed with all a recent date in relation to raising formation necessary by calling on tho Wilkinson streot trestle were adopted Messra Eorcaw Parker A rebate was allowed Hudson OasBoll Fon Sale or Rent My dwelling HumDhrioB Company on their taxes wore instruct The Water street house on Ann od to out their pipe and prevent the J T Buckley tf August 1 1893 All members of tho council were present except Chairman B G Milam Bids wore received from several parties for building pavements and gutters on Second street but aotion was postponed until the regular meet- Â¬ ing on Tuesday evening Petition of I T West to build a frame house on his lot on tho South Side was referred to the street com- Â¬ mittee Saloon license was granted to L Weitzel to do business on St Clair TuESDAy quite suddenly Sunday evening at Mrs C6rdie Wallaces and was very ill until Monday evening Dr J M Williams who attended him said the attack was caused from getting over- Â¬ heated playing base ball on Saturday before He has about recovered Mr Jimmie Settles and daughter Of Owenton spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day with relatives here Quite a number of our members went to Peaks Mill Sunday to hoar ElllllllJIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllltlllllllllltl Bro South preach among them was 1 Misses Katie and Bettie Suter I Mrs Mary Triplett and grand 6 M daughter of Thorn Hill are visiting M MACHINE 1 SEWING relatives here Mr Winter Smither will spend sev- Â¬ 3llliUllIllllllllllIIUIilllHIinillllllWllUUIttJlllliIUlllll3 eral weeks with friends and relatives in Carter county Rev Hiram Foard will preach here Saturday nighc and Sunday morning lHIKtiu ANTIOSTINE for Splints Curbs Spavins Ac Colic Remedy Remedy for Pneumonia In lluenza Distemper etc Iieel and Gall Oint Â¬ Eye Lotions ment Blistering Ointment Physic Balls Skin Lotion Wart Remedy Woim Powders Stimulating Liniment Uter Â¬ Jas M WlthrowFrunkfoit Ky ine Tonic Uterine Sedative Wound Dressing Cough Mineral Alterative Fluid Mixture DR KELLEYS ofllceunri residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Ulnclniiiill unci where he may Tonic and Condition Powders Â¬ be found everj day of each week except SATURVuniphlets describing thee diseases DAYS and the mode ol treatment sent free to anyone W I KKLLEY M D by auaresdnu 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 DRUGGIST 206 St CLAIK STREET HALLS OLD STAND CONSULTATION FREE TRADE MARK W McKee Hardie 18 Gm Sole Agent For Frankfort Ky Feb ROYAL 1 r-KiE TaiE- - MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to at 11 oclock I Mr H Smith and wife of Owen county spent Saturday and Sunday witn their daughter Mrs Rome Karsnor Chicken thieves are numerous at preserit but chiokon8 very scarce CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST ForSale A good rockawaw horse Gentlo and suitable for family use -- J N Miles fUBUB Vostibuled Trains ElllllIIllItllllttlIIIIIIllllllllllIIIIIllllllllllllllUIIIIlta lQl51 i HMalAree Bigh Arm Haa a bolfTsottlnR Needle as a Seir threadliiK Shuttle Has No Equal In ConstruoUoa Hu a Mechanical Appearaaee lias an Klegnnt Finish Adjustment Has a Perfect Has a Positive Take up jm Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Irnan Euffet Sleepers And Only First Clajss Accommodations For Further Information Address B it hVa V W 5UFOR A CASH IT WILL NOT CURE Annirroeablo Laxatlvo and NEHVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall 26c 60a und 100 por paokngo Bum pies froo Tho Favorlto TOOTH TOWIM than any BoHlntMackla la the World Exaalne THE ROYAL for -- oliU f 1 excellency and yu will 3 ROYAL njl fimvlnff OnttllffjicWnk Vnnk nfAllMl AnA L Bryant C P A W z M D Fi L For sale by W McKee Hardie jan28 lv UALLS OLD STAND Wf Wrt All JHU or tho Teeth and Breath jwo bHynour SM CO RockfoiiUL LOUISVILLE KY OR hiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiimniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiw Jns Barker G T A Chicago III yn ft iArAiiihiiilritilrtialIiniiififiiir WiitiMtl mU iililriifiniliiirtti W1 4sb Vrv1f4 Jbilii wiidba fc it n 6 Fruit Cans Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers f Mason Jars i JOXXM RELIGIOUS i Refrigerators Gasoline Stoves Screen Cloth Coal Oil Stoves Fly Fans Fly Traps Lower than any other house in the city can sell them Call and see and get prices No trouble to show goods 3EE CT C mSL 3T T I hmmsam3gsmsmmsmmMWssxs THE 2TEW I311IBGE WORLDS PAIR N6TES L B MARSHALL V A GAINES Henderson at night Methodist Church Rev II G Work Commenced Thursday on A Few Pointers About Chicago will preach to morrow me boutli Abutment morning at 11 oclock No service As a great many readers of the Sunday school meets at 930 a nt Â¬ Baptist Church Rev wV 0 Tay lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning No service at night Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel There will be no services to morrow the pastor being absent on his vacation First Presbyterian Church Â¬ Rev Mr Shoemaker of Richmond will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No service at night B Southern Presbyterian Church Episcopal Church There will be no services to morrow morning or evening Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Catholic Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor at 10 a High mass at 8 a ra low mass vespers at 300 p m mnd Christian Church Regular ser- Â¬ vices at 11 a m by the pastor Union services at 8 p m with sermon by Rev W O Taylor of the Baptist Church Protracted Meeting Rev W J Howe of Indiana and Rev O H White of Lexington have been conducting a series of meetings at the Bridgeport Christian Church this county for nearly two weeks past and Â¬ Crowded houses a marked interest 23 additions have characterized the meeting up to this date It will probably run a week longer Â¬ j Christian Missionary Society will semble with the Christian Church in this city from Monday to Thursday August 21 to 24 Over 300 delegates are expected including the leading men of the Christian Church in the State It has never met before in Frankfort and its coming will be an event among us State Convention The flfty third annual convention of the Kentucky as- Â¬ Rev Garrett Reed the pastor and Rev John Burdin have been con Â¬ ducting a successful protracted meet Â¬ ing at Pleasant Ridge Church in this county which closed Sunday night quickThere were twenty eight additions to A COLD IN THE HEADis Reme- Â¬Â¬ ly cared by Dr Sages Catarrh the Church dy So is Catarrhal Headache and every trouble caused by catarrh So Repairs Completed The proprietors is Catarrh itself offer 500 for any case which they The Christian Church has been cannot cure thoroughly repaired within and with- Â¬ out from cellar to spire and now pre Â¬ Tlirougli Car to Chicago via Queen and Crescent Route sents its very best appearance to the public The repairs have been timed The Queen and Crescent Route with special reference to the State runs through cars Convention of the Christian Church to Chicago via Cincinnati D and Monon which meets here August 21st to and C H 24th The congregation is now busily Route via Cincinnati and over engaged in securing entertainment the Big Four Route for the 350 delegates and visitors who via Louisville and over the Pennsylvania will attend Lines to Chicago Ask for tickets via Mistakes Grave the Queen and Crescent Route mis Â¬ Any agent of E T V and G Physioians frequently make Disease Louisville Southern Ky takes in treatment of Heart dally in Â¬ Mid R N I B or is The rate of suddon deaths Queen and Crescent creasing Hundreds become victims will take pleasuro in Route you quoting physicians in the of the ignorance of One in rates and giving other information treatment of this disease Shortness D G Edwards G P A Cincinnati four has a diseased heart fluttering The Saratoga Saloon just opened of breath palpitation and sensation irregular pulse choking at 217 St Ulair street has the finest Â¬ aothmatic breathing pain or tender and best liquors and is fitted up in side shoulder or arm weak the latest stylo ness in Jake Ahler hungry spells are symptoms of Heart 44 tf Proprietor Heart Cure New Disease Dr Miles remedy Thous Saddles from 3 to 25 Harness is the only reliable Mastin Bros ands testify to its wonderful cure 8 from 5 to 60 Books free Sold b7 J W Gayle Â¬ The King Iron Bridge Compauy Roundabout will make their first the Worlds the contractors for the erection of the trip toa Chicago duringregarding the few pointers Fair new iron bridge across the Kentucky geography of the city will be appre- Â¬ river on St Clair street commenced ciated In the first place fix firmly work Thursday by breaking ground in your mind that Lake Michigan the boundary the and making soundings for the foun- Â¬ forms city eastern you stand of facing and if entire dation of the abutment on the south the lake with both arms outstretched side of the river The soundings the left hand will point to the north point straight demonstrated that they will have to and the right hand will the Big Four down the tracks of go down from twenty to thirty feet route to the Worlds Fair buildings for a solid foundation and that piles situated at the southern end of the will have to bo driven for the pur J city Paste this in your hat and you pose Yesterday workmen were set have the key to the entire situation Coming into Chicago on trains of the to work grading a road along the Big Four Route which is the only river bank from Salenders wharf to railroad having an entrance on the the point where the pile drive will south side alone the lake front where and boarding houses have to be set up so that the necessa- Â¬ all the hotels you will find yourself are located ry machinery and timbers can be passing practically through the expo- Â¬ hauled there The work will go right sition grounds and a magnificent pan- Â¬ along now and be pushed to an early oramic view of the fair is obtained At the Worlds Fair station of the completion Big Four route if you step off at the right side you are at the entrance Iv of P Picnic gate to the exposition and can begin doing the Fair at once if you step The arrangements for the picnic to off on the left side you will find your- Â¬ be given by Dexter Lodge Knights of self in the finest resident portion of Pythias at Thorn Hill Park on Chicago and right in the midst of liotel and boarding Wednesday next are very complete the Worlds Fair The chances are ten house district Â¬ and it promises to bo a splendid suc- to one that vou will be within a few cess The lodge with several visiting minutes walk of the very place you organizations will parade the streets have selected for your headquarters If you prefer to go down town ten in the morning and then repair to the minuteB ride will bring you to the grounds where every amusement new Twolfth Street station in the that can be thought of will be pro- heart of the city Now bear in mind vided for the enjoyment of their the manifest advantage of entering on the Big Four route In guests There will be dancing swing Â¬ Chicago place you avoid entirely the the first ing croquet base ball bicycle races bother and trouble of a tedious trans Â¬ and the day will be wound up with fer across the city which is neces- Â¬ dress parade by the Knights Every sary via all other lines being landed exposition grounds person fond of spending a pleasant directly at the offered by no other an advantage day in the country should go out line and in the second place you can so fix the geography of the city in A Sedentary Occupation your mind that you will at once be- Â¬ come as familiar with Chicago as you Plenty of sitting down and not much are with your own town Another point in favor of the exercise ought to have Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets to go with it They Big Four route is found in the fact absolutely and permanently cure that if you enter Cincinnati on the Queen Crescent route Louisville Constipation One tiny sugar-coatePellet is a corrective a regulator Nashville R R Kentucky CentralÂ¬ Ohio Ry or BalThey are the Ry Chesapeake a gentle laxative easiest to take and timore Ohio S W R R connection smallest the most natural remedy no reaction is made in Union depot avoiding the Sick Headache Bilious disagreeable transfer necessary via afterward Headache Indigestion Bilious At all other lines Fyr full particulars D B Martin tacks and all stomach and bowel de- Â¬ address rangements are prevented relieved General Passenger agent Cincinnati and cured Conven Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage and country property for sale at all times A ood line of both city OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET FOR BALE OF THREE ROOMS feet on Short street South Side To a desirable party with a small amount of cash could arrange to sell on easy weekly payments FOR SAKE miles from Frankfort A FRAME lot 50 by 150 COTTAGE A GARDEN proved ACRES WELL IM located on a good turnpike road 3 FARM OF 12 FOR SALE 850 or 2000 cash for all 550 750 and This property would mnKe a good Invest Â¬ ment as It rents well and Is now paying 19 per month Three desirable parties who can make a small cash payment can arrange to pay the balance In weekly Installments Forks of Elkhorfi OFFER FOR SALE THE CHESS WARREN property nt the Forks of Elkhorn consist- Â¬ ing of a two story frame residence of eight COTTAGES ON THE THREE located and In good SOUTH SIDE neighborhood Prices WE three rooms a lrame cottage of six rooms andÂ¬ This property Is censeveral vacant lots trally located and Is very desirable for either resi- Â¬ dence or business property BUILDING- - LOTS MEDIUM PRICED BUILDING SITES WE desire to call special attention to the Bar rett lots on Holmes street Two new residencesÂ¬ have Just been completed on a part of this prop erty and we have one more lot 50 by 200feet which we will sell at a bargain to some desirable party who will build immediately FOR SALE ments at Thorn Hill at a bargain WITH OF FIVE A GARDEN FARM rooms nnd other Improveresidence of five property will sold ACRES Â¬ This be FOR RENT ROOMS COTTAGE Conway A FRAME street we are OF SEVENpropenylsON In South Side This to rent It at good repair and 15 FOR SALE two story frame residence of six rooms on Shelby street between Cross and Campbell South Side This nronerty I well located and would mnke u very desirable home The lot Is 40 by 200 feet FRAME RESIDENCES 2 TWO STORYon North St Clnsir street OF NINE rooms each nnd one per month authoilzed HIGHVIEW very desirable home COTTAGE HAVE on Hlghvlew snlo This nronW E rooms A DESIRABLE for and wouldOF FIVEmake a ertr has a lot 112 by 102 feet FOR RENT SIX ROOMS A BRICK RESIDENCE OFgiven May 1st Broadway Possession ON jlOO BmLMNGI0TS OFFER FOR WE building lots on hundred dollars each SALE A NUMBER Wilkinson street at OF orao L B MARSHALL CO Ohio State Democratic tion 9th and 10th Keaucea rates to uincinnau AuguBc i via the Queen and Crescent Route Tickets will be sold from all points in Kentucky at one fare for the round trip August 8th and 9th good to return August 11th For rates c call on agents or ad Â¬ dress D G Edwards G P A Cin Â¬ cinnati O p I Fine Furniture COMPLETE STOCK Of all the Newest and Prettiest Patterns In order to make room for our lare stock of Fall goods we will offer special Reduced Rates via Iv M Ry will sell tickets to the Nicholasville Maysville Paris Winchester Oyn The Kentucky Midland Railway thiana and Versailles Fairs at greatly reduced rated also to the K of P picnic at Frankfort August 9th P A Sliilohs Vitalizcr is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ anteed to give you satisfaction Price 75c Sold by V McKee Hardio G 22 O D Bercaw Saratoga Saloon just opened with the best brands of wines and liquors of all kinds and a flno lunch always on hund Soup every day 44 IV Vc tf JAKE AIILER m Propr Our stock of vehioles was never so largo All grades all prices Noth- Â¬ ing sold that is not fully guaranteed Got our prices before buying 37 tf Mastin Bros W XOW FELICKS SON R ROGERS Jjrf lit - I 1WiHmTHTR u a tfftJUfc j ihr WkXD4a iftfffrtifr IFiiMi fllftifl i ff -- - A Irtri IIMrfT iMiitl il rfYlfifftfi 111 il lli 111 Tfl il I TWypf9k wyf7Vf iW ywgjft - -- agpr tyvjvT W 7 1 1 FU m H v 4 A Change Our Location for Business We cordially invite our friends and others in this and adjoining counties and those who contemplate building to call and get our prices as we wish to Some time this year WE DEFY CO il PETITION both in price and quality of goods and will save you money reduce our large stock in store and warehouses in the rear of store 1 kl i 1 G eneral lv - Heavy Hardware S77all Paper Harness Saddlery Paints Cils J Saslh Grlass VamishPlaster ZDoors Blinds Wagons S urr5es Iron EoonngCement Iron Lime Tools Sewer Pipe PTue Pipe Wire IBocfe G arden Harness Xjeatner Lace oHatlery Pirns Spokes alt Leatner TTTheels IBope Pisningr Tackle and Binder X iight ZBr ULslxes aaad - Twine 3 uararLteed Hose and Hia Vvrn IMjo sxrers c3cc Ml Asents for Walter Oor Main and Lewis Streets THE ELECTRIC LINE Work Commcnccd on Tliurs- - JL Wood Top Drawer LOCAL Mo-rare-r- s and ra ndfirR Opposite the Farmers Bank Closed Up C E m A COLLINS some matches in a bureau drawer at the residence of Mr J T Larkin on Short street Saturday afternoon fired the whole box and burned up a lot of clothing An alarm was sent in from box 16 but the flames were day i - BkV x I -- Mr Thomas Batte editor of the Graphic Texarkana Arkansas has found what ho believes to be the best remedy in existence for flux His ex- Â¬ perience is well worth remembering ne says ijasc summer i Had a very severe attack of flux I tried almost every known remedy none giving relief Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcoa Remedy was recom- Â¬ How We Grow Old mended to me I purchased a bottle G and received almost immediate relief I continued to use the medicine and The thread that hinds us to life Is most was entirely cured I take pleasure frequently seered ere the meridian of lite Is in recommending this remedy to any reached In the case of persons who neglect person suffering with such a disease obvious jiuuns to renew falling strength Always ns in my opinion it is the best medi- Â¬ Vigor no less the source of happhuss than It 25 and 50 cent the condition of long life can be created and cine in existence perpetuated whero It does not exist Thou Gov Brown has managed to keep bottles for sale by J W Gaylo sands who hae experience or are cognizant a row of some kind on hand nearly lnc udliiK many physicians of errlnenco of the effect of Hostetters Stomach Dltters Franklin Association ever since he has been in office He bear testimony to its wondrous efficacy u u creator of strength In feeble constitutions and opened up with tile Mason Foard STREET steady Tho next annual meeting of the debilitated and shattered systems arenewed Co then Auditor Norman next At-Â¬ performance of the bodily functions appetite llesh and nlcntly repise attend the torney General Hendrick and then Franklin Baptist Association will be use of tuls thorough and standard renovaflt FRANKFORT KY His latest racket held with Bethel Church in this Use no local tonic reprtsented to be akin to or substitute GovernnrBuckner reemoie it in enects in ts place Demand was with W B Williams the eleva- Â¬ county on Wednesday the 23d inst the the genuine which Is uu acknowledged remedy for malaria iienousness tor boy at the State House who was and will remain in session two days constipation Indigestion kidney complaints and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL These annual meetings are usually iheuuiutlsms lner and an appointee of Gov Buckner It LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY To reduce your weight STHHY use Wlllurds seems that when the elevator was largely attended and this year Obesity Pills and lose 15 pounds u month For Rent No put in Mr M P Gray who was the promises to be exception to the rule frame house pnMy new five room Injury to the health No Interference with busi west Broadway next ness or pleasure NO STARVING They build contractor made a contract with the 16 door to Robt Choate up and Improve the geiif nil neilth beiutlly the Go very per month Possession Terms at complexion and leave NO WRINKLES State to keep it in order for ton dol Â¬ it Sliouvi Be given Lucy Anderson 81 Auburn street Cambridge Muss House once Apply on the premises lars a year This contract Governor writes Thiee bottles of jour Obesit Pills re Mrs R E Gaines duced inj weight from 225 pounds to 190 and I Brown annuled and last month the J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps never felt better In all my life I urn much Dotted Swiss Colored Figures Pleased with tbe result and shall do all I can to elevator got out of order and remain Â¬ hurg Pa says ho will not be without help you Our patrons Include PlijMclnns 10 cts former price 30 cts ed so for nineteen days Williams Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Â¬ Banker- Law j rs and leaders of Society To Danville Our sumption Couglis and Colds that it goods aro not sold In diug sares all omers are reported for duty every day or two cured his wife who was threatened supplied dliect from our office Price per pack Â¬ French Ginghams 20 cts for- Â¬ age 200 or three packages Tor 500 by nmll pre- and when he damage to tho lift with Pneumonia after an attaok of August 8th to 11th inclusive the mer price 50 40 and 30 cts M CCES was repaired ho was informed by the LuGrippe when various other Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to his services wore no remedies and several physicians had Danville and return at one fare for Governor that WILLARO REMEDY CO done her no good Robert Barber of tho round trip on account of Colored BOSTON MASS Toiledu Nord Ginghams 9 cts longer needed and that another man Oooksport Pa claims Dr Kings Fair Apl Mm former price 12 cts had been given his place Williams New Discovery has done him more O D Bercaw G P A good than anything he ever used for who was employed by the month Lung Trouble Nothing like it Every Farmers Benefit made out his bill for July up to tho Try Linht Ground All Wool Chal it Free Trial Bottles at P H Â¬ titee he was discharged and present- Carpenters Drug Store Lange To call and see Jake Abler at his new lies 45 cts former price 65 cts quarters the Saratoga Saloon Finest ed iWo tho Governor for his approval oottles 50c and 1 00 5 wines brandies and whiskies to be Excellonoy declined to One Lot Black Kid Gloves 35 which had anywhere Also burgoo and fine cts N A Better Location are n formidable trio yet the weak give it Hnco tho row It is said that lunch every county court day 44 tf person frequently has to meet all of t em at once How can hootercome not ongagod in running tho when Mrs Elizabeth Walcutt The answer Is with our Compound this Very Stylish Coaching UmBargains elevator liB loafed on tho wrong city finding her house on tho ofNorth Oxi okn and ours only The count- Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 jears war Â¬ brellas S3 38 former price 550 side of the halJL whioh brought down Side in Chicago inconvenient for rant this reply Three phaetons ono surrey one Our treatment lsavallable for home on his head tho flisploasure of his Ex- visitors to the Fair has rented No use neither need your occupation b e buggy and ono road wagon all sec- Â¬ Ruffed Collars and Cuffs 15 cellency And duir Governor a fine 4225 Lake Avonuo which is two ond nand but in good repair at Mas Interfered with The alue of theso blocks from tho Lake and only features Is obvious AVhat about your cts former price 35 cts man he 1b and ari olegant gentleman mile from tho Fair Grounds a half tin Bros 43 tf need A boolc of explanation and proof The Is yours to consider If asked for now too location is a lovely one the house Small Farm for Salo ITS BlftKMlI a fALEN- sits off by itself and plenty of fresh All Our Novelty Wool Suits at 15 S Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Matriifionlal Dec2My air can be obtain She will furnish 50 cts on the Si A small farm of twonty acros woll lodging and two meals breakfast Kersey Semones Mr Julian Ker Â¬ and late dinner for 160 per day improved and two miles from this Big lot of remnants of all kinds sey and Miss Marly Belle Semonos If you wish to secure roomB address city on a good piko is offered for sale Fine Rent bargain For terms c apply of goods remarkablyjjlow prices at a at went to LouiBvillej Sunday on tho her 48 4225 Lake Avonuo Chicago 20 tf at this office 4t excursion train anjd on tho way con- Â¬ DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY All tho finest wines and liquors can Piano Lemons limits on tho GeorKetown pike containing cluded to bring theiir courtship to a D JOHNSON JG5 acres large residence tobacco bam ana be found at Jake Ahlers now saloon close by getting jjnarried so when Tho Saratoga 217 staples Splendid dairy and tobacco farm St Clair street Miss Maria Llndsey hor Possession lMvbii riimi 1st imu tv u tho train pulled intio Louisville thoy whero you will always find a good class in plano forto will resume Sep Â¬ lure apply to playing In 311 Main Street for Jeffersonvillo snack FRANK CHINN took tho ferry boat 44 tf tember 48 4ts 47 2U July2a tf Frankfort Ky Â¬ The work of laying ties for the now electric street railway was begun on Clinton street at the Kentucky Mid Â¬ land Freight Depot Thursday morn- Â¬ ing and will be pushed west on Clin- Â¬ ton to High north to Mero west to Wilkinson south to Main and east to St Clair as the first circuit of the road The rails were shipped on the first and are expected to arrive to- Â¬ day and when they come thoy will be laid as rapidly as possible Mr James A Murray has donated ground for the power house and it will be located on the Lewis Ferry pike at the edge of the city As soon as the first circuit is completed the road will be built out the Lewis Ferry pike to the 0 F 0 Distillery and then the loop in South Franlcfort east on Todd street to Murray north on Murray to Second and west on Murray to Shelby will be put in The Lawrenceburg Turnpike Company is laying claim to Todd street from Shelby to the city limits and will at-Â¬ tempt to prevent the road being built on that street but a search of the records in 4he city clerks office fails to reveal any evidence upon which it can base a claim to the ab solute possession and control of that street further than that it was granted the right of way over the streets of South Frankfort years ago back some where in the 40s and it is not likely that the company will be sustained by the courts in its posi- Â¬ tion of an obstructionist where the were made man and wife by Squire Hause They returned home the same evening to receive the congratulations of their friends Tipton Smith At the Baptist Par- Â¬ sonage in this city on Wednesday August 2d 1893 Mr Major D Tipton and Miss Nora H Smith Rev W 0 Taylor officiating Rossell Willis At the residence of Mr Andrew Nolan on North Wil- Â¬ kinson street on Wednesday August 3d Mr Harry Rossell and Miss Carrie Willis Rev W 0 Taylor officiating Seay Enlow The Louisville Posi of Thursday afternoon says A wedding party came up from Lawrenceburg Ky this morning consisting of Mr R A Seay of Frank- Â¬ fort and Misses Annie and Mary En low and Miss Carter Smiley Mr Seay and Miss Annie Enlow consti- Â¬ tuted tho happy couple and they were married soon after 3 oclock in the parlors of tho Willard Hotel by Rev 0 R Hemphill pastor of the Second Presbyterian Onurchj and the two young ladies mentioned and Mr O W Smith of this city were the attendants The bride is the daught- Â¬ er of Mr Robert Enlow of Lawrence- Â¬ burg Mr Seay is a prosperous young farmer from the Frankfort neighborhood Â¬ Fired by Rats By order of the city council the old pumps in the wells at the corner Rats gnawing at of Washington and Wapping streets and Second and Shelby were removed this week the wells arched over with brick and retired from the business of furnishing the life giving fluid to thirsty mankind -workman extinguished brfore the department The cheapest and best Machine Oil arrived is sold by Mastin Bros 42 tf Hand Out George Scruggs a col- Â¬ ored employe of the Frankfort Brow ing Co received an ugly cut in his LEAKAGE IMPOSSIBLE left hand at that institution on Mon- Â¬ day the resultof accidentallyrunning Bottom and sides one continuÂ¬ t f V J against a knife in the hands of a ous Piece of dumber V MnNyyWrm l r i fellow- ftuPofRc 3 I vBft and made a deed tohio parties for a good lot of real estate in East Kentucky Mr West says notwithstand- Â¬ ing the depression in money matters there are many inquiries for land in Eastern Kentucky and especially tim- Â¬ ber land He still owns about 6000 acres of coal and timber land in Jackson and Owsley counties With Suicidal Intent William Vand one of the workmen employed on the new railroad bridge took a large dose of laudanum on Tuesday with the intention of destroying his life but his act was discovered in time to relievo him from the effects of the poison and save his life Â¬ Â¬ Eastern Kentucky Land Mr I T West has just closed a trade with Material White Ash Wood Inside Castings Well Galvanized 4 it ButterMade in 3to10 Minutes CO AGENTS WANTED in every town Single churns sold In localities whoro we have no agents at wholesale prices to introduce them Send for Circular it Price LUt M BROWN FOB SALE BY WAPAK0NETAO Both tho method and results when 447 East Main Street Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts Frankfort - - Kentucky gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysThe only patent chum which tem effectually dispels colds head will bear a guarantee aches and fevers and cures habitual Juue Ul 3m constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most oE3s- heal shy 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 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- 334 MAIN cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt WMWRIGHT ffl A H MATTERflV ii PlotBimler Â¬ Â¬ v FAT PEOPLE Â¬ Down Tie Prices Â¬ - Al feiSSaaiSfflit WorK Worry va sis and Disease Â¬ V Â¬ i ljm r A il v a Farmjor SI VI t 4 ch O i i Vi KkIBMb mB W w r zrsMiPsr RMHIIwuSllPraHifv KBMP3KIHHRreXJHHMHRf7THT v 7-7 w- rASJMB v ibm Tnr 1jV3illKWWllWfrvll3SBlK raET3rr wi AT V lW5fitf 7rrVl V flp5JB 4 v LV he Great Crash Still On oirn r Mi I u DOWN DOM andi2 12 9 GO THE PRICES Crutcner 55 So Ststrites FirtsNi M all 5 Mens all wool suits that were io TAN SHOES 350 Bais 125 one large lot Ladies Tan Button Shoes sizes that were 2 50 - 750 Mens all wool suits that were and 15 for R Dunlap the world over Co best Hat that sells for Mv 75c one lot Ladies Oxfords that sold for 125 18 1 and 12c 7c one large lot Mens Socks that were 10c and 10 Mens all wool suits that were 15 and 1 one large lot Misses 50 and 175 1 Oxfords that sold for 14c one largelotJJMens Suspenders that were 25c BkV 150 for boys1 suits that were 250 and 175 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 250 2 75 150 one big lot Mens Negligee and Shirts that were 250 Madras 2 for boys suits that were 3 and S3 50 2 one lot Mens Tan Shoes that were 3 35c tremendous bg lot Straw Hats that were 50c 65 c and 75c mostly boys sizes 20c one big lot childrens wear Shirts and Drawers that were 35c 40c and 50c -Â¬ 5 for boys suits that were 7 and 8 WE NEED CASH See the big window for prices 2WLyOT3EmCt3 ZMZIIbT BH3ZKS3H STSBET SES ISE1L 4 ieiistikijFoiki1 zzur sEZHSHsismasEaira S ISTew jBl Fair sraSfc 3JBEMkm tmrnmaMmemnmesmMR Eft Forks of Elkliorn Bro Alderman preached at Buck Bun last Sunday evening at 4 oclock Bro Burdin who lias been assist Â¬ ing Pastor Read in a protracted meeting at Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church recently reports twenty additions Regular services at the Christian Church to morrow at the usual hour Mr Bedford Macklin has returned home from a visit to the Worlds Â¬ Fair IV town not many months hence MIbs Effie Warren of Louisville is gladening the hearts of many friends in this community by a visit The tobacco crop is fine in this sec- Â¬ tion Topping and worming now keeps the cultivators busy from early dawn till late at night In anticipation of another years siecre in the school room both teacher and pupil appear a little gloomy lie Porter G P Mrs Bedford who resides with her to good crops son Wm 0 Bedford has been quite other fair not favorable The general Burms Miss Win- - Reed Ed outlook is nie Redman Miss aick The prospect for fruit is very dis- Â¬ Brownley Wil- Â¬ Radford Robert Mrs Lizzie Buckner has returned couraging The cherrieB and black- Â¬ Sandridge Miss liam home from a visit to relatives in berry crops have proven almost a Carrin Miss Al Belle Shelbyvillo miney Sanders Mrs total failure There are but few Harriet Mrs Ida Bedford and children who apples and our ladies must look to PrutchtteldMrs 1 Smith Mrs Kitty have been visiting in her fathers the peach crop for preserves c Smith Otto Will some enterprising inventor Coleman Mrs family in Lexington have returned Margaret Taylor S N home give us a machine capable of making Dean Grant Vanchers Mrs a wholesale destruction of the Mr B A Warren and family of Dean M E Mollie If so Louisville have returned home after English sparrows as well ashe will re- Davis 0 F Wright Mrs Alise ceive the thanks the money Edmons Mrs a visit to relatives in this vicinity of many well wishers Henry Winnell Harry Copious showers of rain visited our Ellise George W Webb Miss Lizzie Deafness Cant Be Cured section last Monday causing all Fields Joe Winter Miss Mav nature to assume new life Grubbs Mrs An Â¬ Wallice Miss Mol- Â¬ Dr Buckner of Shelbyville visited By local applications as thoy cannot na lie his son Dr W T Buckner of this reach the diseased portion of the ear Hill Mrs Katie Wright Virglo There is only one way to cure deaf Henschel George Box 76 2 place last Sunday ness and that is by constitutional Howell Silas Secty State Fair We dont know how true it is but remedies Deafness is caused by an Hansford Bob McArtchen Lew Â¬ whisper on the breeze has been inflamed condltipn of the mucous is wafted to our ears of another mar Â¬ lining of the Eustachian Tube When Horton William riage which is to take place in our the tube gets inflamed you havo a When calling for these letters say Â¬ There is a very interesting meeting in progress at the Baptist Church in Millville There have been already one or two additions The yield of wheat and oats in this section is the best for several years Corn looks well and with good rain would yield abundantly The tobacco crop may be called spotted Mr W B Jones on the farm of Rev Robt Crutchor Mr Simpson on the farm of Mr James Henton and Mr Sam Johnson on the farm of Mrs Lafayette Crutcher all have fine crops That of Mr Johnson is especially fine There are some Â¬ Advertised IiCtters at Frankfort The Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ South and the Worlds ANNOUNCEMENTS No section of the country East Wrtnro authorized to announce LJ COX as a tised letters for the week ending North or West is taking a greater in- Â¬ canil date for re election as Representative of terest in the Worlds Fair at present Franklin county In tho next Legislature subject Augusts 1893 44 tf than that portion lying south of Mason to the action t the Democratic party and Dixons line and tvnical South Arlington Gladys Jackson Frank erners easily distinguishable in the Adams Joseph Johnson Elie For Senator immense throng by the graceful JXe nr luthorlzed to announce Hon W W Ayers Miss Sid- - Raleigh Joseph military bearing of the gentlemen STEPHENSON of Mercer county as a candidate ney Munrow Mrs and the rare beauty of the ladies are for Semtor from this district subject to the ac Brown Miss Car- - Margrette rie Millice Miss Sid Â¬ to be mot in great numbers on the tion of the Democratic party JuneSte Exposition grounds in the corridors Bland Mrs Anna ney of the leading hotels and at the Brown Floyd W Newman Miss ForJMayor various social gatherings in the Barron Mrs Lil Helen B Â¬ For Representative Duclcors Weather very warm and dry visiting friends in Owen county Mr Nowton Mobco and wife are Mr Thomas Hackney and wife have just returned from a visit to Louisville Mr H I Porhams little son was kioked in the face by a horse a few days ago inflicting a painful but not a serious wound Willie the little son of W S Fogg fell while running and injured his splno Dr John uuiiengor was sum moned and says ho will soon recover as the injury is not serious ft rumbling sound or imperfect hearing advertised J M SaffelI P M and when it is entirely closed deaf ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ She Committed Suio do flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition Mrs PO done at Paris left tbia hearing will be destroyed forever My husband Forgive mq nine cases out of ten are oausod by lettor catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ if I cause you trouble but I suffer so flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ You do not know what those lone wakeful wretched nights aro to me face We will give One Hundred Dollars and lam so tirod darling the pain for any cade of deafness caused by will never bo hotter It is not easy catarrh that fire cannot oure by to take my own life but I havo been taking Halls Catarrh Oure Send for siok so lone Good bvo mv himhnnri I love you your wife This is one of circulars freo the thousands that givos up instead of usingDr Miles Restorative Ner Â¬ Dr Hales Household Ointment vine and being speedily oured of their Go to J W Is the finest remedy in the world Gaylo wretchednesselegant book and ana get an It absolutely cures catarrh It cures trial bottle free 0 Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Bueklens Arnica Salve Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be The beBt salve in the world for Outs taken internally A positive specifio Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum for pneumonia Outs Bruisos Burns Fover Soros Totter Ohabpod Hands Chilblains Sores of long standing unnoiains uorire ana an uin Erup Corns and Bunions are cured auleklv tions and positively cures Piles or different from all else superior to all no pay required It is guaranteed to else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes give satisfaction or money rofundod Lanro size ohoanest SoIdatOAitPEN Prioo 25 cents per box For salo by 8 8 ly Phil Carpenter ter8 drug store Â¬ people the Board of Managers ex pect hundreds of thousands of peo- Â¬ Wo are authorized to nnnounco Mr LEWIS ple from South of the Ohio river to SIANGAN as a candidate for Mayor or Frankfort action attend the Exposition and from at the UHxt election subject to the July 22 of the te present indications they will not be Democratic party disappointed The railroads are I 3 making extensive preparations to take care of the people and their comfort enroute is fully assured The Big Four Route which is the only line making connection in Con tral Union Station Cincinnati with G through trains of the E T V Queen Orescent Route Louisville Nashville R R Kentucky Central Ry and Chesapeake Ohio Ry Naturally form s the popular outlet for Southern travel and to accommodate the business five elegant vestibuled trains with parlor cars sleeping cars dining cars and elegant coaches are run daily from Oinoinnati to Chicago stopping at Midway Plaisance the Main Entrance to the Worlds Fair 60th St Hyde Park 51st St 39th St 22d St and running into the new August 2930 31 Sept 1 2 1893 12th St Station on the Lake Front All the Worlds Fair hotels and Competition Opon to the World Free boarding houses aro located adjacent to the Big Four stations and passen Â¬ New Track Grand Stand and Equipment gers via the popular line avoid the long tiresome transfer across the city necessary by all other lines from TWO RACES EACH DAVi umcinnati There is positively no and OhlldroM Admitted other line landing passongers at tho rrvt Cr f LadlesFroo tho Flrsit Day stations named ana as it affords in aauiuon to tne comfort and con- Â¬ paolal Trains on AU1 Railroads venience a great saving of time and expense all tho South who contem- Â¬ Tor furtherat Excursion Eiatos Information mi aUlojpp liittsa tin beretirf plate a trip to the Worlds Fair should Shelby T BTarbibon Preat be Bure to ask for tickets via the Big Titos L Martin Bohy Four Route For full information address D B July as 4t MARTIN General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Worlds Fair City to a large extent the success of the Fair depends upon the Southern We are authorized to uimonnofl Mr RICHARD TOflIN ma candidate for re election as Mayor at the November election 1893 suoject to the action of tho Democratic party July 2i te liEXlflGTOtf JY v FAIR X I Si - j Miles Norvo and Liver Pills Â¬ Act on a now principle regulating tho liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A n6w discovery Dr T OFFER for aalo two ota 40 by 200 feot front Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness Xt Iiik on WiMUlOKtoii stleut mid running buck to 1U bad tasto torpid livor piles constipa- Â¬ it ten foot ulloy Also two tion Splendid for men women and pinar street lots 40 by laoLfoet fronting on Wup ohlldron Smallest mildest surest cuh balanco In one and 50 dosos for 25 cents Samples freo at two years with interest and a lien on the prop-J WGayloB Frankfort Ky 45 ly JAB M TODD TKiiMB-Ono-thlrd Jui-15-- tt Fine Building Lots IFor feale- - f J f J 1 4 fl jy fW r Wfftffi AwiWM fjglfe iX Aiiiriiriftfi itfili J Jz ik