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Wmmwm1 The Br Framfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO YOL XYII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY MARCH 31 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Off for China 30 iti Rpl DEVOURING Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE FUMES n Monday morning- two alarms came in from box 12 in rapid The first was occasuccession sioned by a blaze in the roof of PROPERTY DESTROYED IN THIS the residence of Mr H G CITY AND AT JETTS DRUGS W J CHINN JR Banta on Taylor avenue and At IJast STATION the second by a small fire at the Attorney at Law W H AVERILL The new St Clair street bridge Duncan residence of Mr H F Frankfort Kentucky Druggist Both were ex was thrown open to vehicle travel Jump For Their lives on Steele street Two Men Main Street opp City Hall Will practice In all State Courts Office second Saturday afternoon and the next floor Custom Bouse One Horribly Burned and tinguished with little trouble Fine Stationery a A general stock of Drug day it didnt snow but the specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions NEWSDEALER Dies from the Effects But New Kepair Shop weather was as cold as Christmas compounded at all hours the Other Escapes GUY BARRETT CO NO W R WILLIAMS Co Injury Messrs G H Mastin Mrs VVE Hunt and daughters who have been spending the win- Â¬ BILLIARDS AND POOL lawyers ter here with Mrs Hunts mother CHAS G PAYNE CHAS T RA Y Mrs J A Crittenden left Thurs- Â¬ Billiards and Pool day for Hong Kong China to Attorney at Law join her husband who is U S uTie Club Main Sticct Frankfort Kentucky Consul at that port They will stop The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium nnd Bowling Alleys attached Ofilce In the Hume Building for a short time at their home in CONFECTIONER Greenville Mississippi and go WM CROMWELL thence by way of New Orleans JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law and the Southern Pacific to San Manufacturing Francisco where they will take Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Â¬ They expect to arthe steamer 41 St Clair Street Courts or Franklin nnd the mljolilng counties give special attention to the pur Â¬ Fnilts Nuts rive at their destination about the Home made Candlesseason Cigars and Ico Cream nnd will also of real estate collection of rents chase and Tobacco claimsunci sale negotiation of and Soda Water In nnd the loans Near new brldce 10th of May Business and Professional Directory Physicians Puzzled FIRES OF THE WEEK On Friday night of last week the building on East Main street occupied by Messrs Albert Bart lett Co as a wagDn and black smith shop and Mr L B Weis burg the millwright was destroy- Â¬ Mr Chas T Egbert ed by fire who had a room and paint shop irj the second story of the build ing and Mr Jack Cohen a black- Â¬ smith who also roomed in the shop were asleep when the fire broke out and were compelled to Cohen es- Â¬ jump for their lives caped unhurt but Mr Egbert was horribly burned as well as bruist by the fall lingered for Several days and died Thursday morning of his injuries The build Â¬ ing belonged to Mr Weisenburg who had only 1 1000 insurance upon it and the same amount on his stock He had the machinery for a complete roller mill set up in the shop ready to ship and it wasiall destroyed which together c burned will run with tools his loss up to five or six thousand Co dollars Messrs Bartlett had 400 insurance upon stock on hand but a number of vehicles werein the shop to be repaired all of which were destroyed and upon which there was no insurance Sunday morning about 5 oclock the warehouse of Mr Jas R Shaw and the store of Mr L A Trurribo at Jetts Station five miles east of the city on the L N Railroad wer destroyed by Â¬ Â¬ m Hi i have recently opened and have now in full operation a first class buggy carriage and wagon repair shop in the building formerly oc- Â¬ Tanner cupied by Messrs Shea as a machine shop on South The building has Lewis street had an additional story added to it and has been fitted up for the business in a complete and con- Â¬ While the firm venient style will make a specialty of the repair business they will also build new employing experienced work workmen and turning out nothing but first class vehicles They have already several orders on hand for delivery Jersey and two horse wagons and also a shop full of For a new work to be repaired house they are doing a rushing business and their venture prom- Â¬ ises to prove a perfect success Their aim will be to turn out all work promptly and will guarantee satisfaction in every job If need ing anything in their line call and see them Many persons are unable to sleep 314 Main Sheet on their left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Metropolitan papers speak with great hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles Goods interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in FLOUR AND FEED PAINTERS nervous and heart diseases who He has ex Â¬ from a diseased heart amined and kept on record thousands of cases His New Heart Core a wonderfnl remedy is sold at J W Druggists News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street has proven that this habit arises REOCK DONALDSON Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce Fincel Blocfy South Side Choice WB BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street value as a oure for Hear Disease Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Col Oysters Fish an1 Game In season Pickles and Preserves says its effeoteon her were marvelous Elegant book on heart disease free 4 LIVERY Gayles Thousands testify to its Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on band WINES MANGAN n DARNELL Fine Livery Terras Reasonable 219 Main Street GEO B SALENDER Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer specialty California Wines a ATTINS ze3elsot7al CUT Biiie Clou Rakes Hose Best GOODS Pais Wire Screen Hoes and LOWEST PfilCE SALE PRICES Brushes IX f v The Cold Snap The Cold weather which struck this section on Saturday night and continued for several days did an immense amount of damage The mercury dropped down to 190 Sunday night and registered the same Monday night Ice formed to the thickhess of an inch on small ponds and the ground was hard frozen with heavy frosts Sunday Monday and Tuesday morn- Â¬ Wednesday night and ings about an inch of snow fell The early flower and many of the fruit trees were in bloom and early vegetables were up all of which The farmers were frozen stiff who had planted their tobacco beds report the plants all killed and much damage was done to the wheat which was exceedingly forward for the season Of all kinds of Dry Goods Fancy Goods and notions Will last only ONE WEEK LONGER And thirwcelc the bargains will be Greater - Then - Ever M P GKAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Announcement We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause varieties c of cancers and tumors Anyone feeling inter Â¬ esting can get a copy free by ad- dressing IP As I am determined to move as little of the present stock as possible Compare These Prices No apology is necessary on the yard yards Masonvill Fruit of the score of medical propriety for 1000 Loom or Lonsdale Cotton at 8 cents a yard thus announcing to the profession 1000 yards Calico only 4 cents a yard and the public that we have made 800 yards beautiful Hamberg Edgings at long careful and special study 5 cents a yard good value at 10 cents Drs Current Smith of cancerous diseases together 400 yards English Cashmere at iS cents Paris Ky 17 tf with all malignant and other a yard sells everywhere at 25 cents and are able to offer the 74 pairs of Handsome Satin Damask tumors W J Scottow keeps on hand Towels st 50 cents worth 80 cents results of our extensive experience 1 lot Misses Fast Black Hose regular in Kentucky and surrounding a fresh supply of Aromalc Dont cents a pair countries in a system of rational fail to include a package in your made all sizes only 12 worth 20 cents 28 6t and successful treatment that we next order for groceries Zephyrs of all shades only 3 cents an believe has never heretofore been ounce Dr Halos Household 300 yards Outing Cloth at Si cents a m Hi w Sl- The flames started in the second story of the warehouse and burned so rapidly that little or nothing could be saved from the building It is supposed to have been caused by a defective flue Mr Shaws loss is about 6000 with 1860 insurance placed by Co and Messrs J Swigert Itecovors nis Speech Mr Trumbos loss is about iooo upon which he had 1000 in Alphonoe Herapling of Summit township Butler Co Penn made an surance with Messrs Payne his twelve yearrold son affidavit Berry Mr Shaw had a large stock who hadthat St Vitus Dance for had fire Â¬ a - KCJE of farming implements and ma Â¬ - T- u - upon which he insurance but Mr Trum had no bos stock was not very extensive Sunday morning about iooclock an alarm was sounded from cen- Â¬ tral station caused by a slight blaze in the roof of Mr Jas M Todd on Wapping street chinery on hand Thousands testify to won Â¬ cures from using it for ner derful nervous vous diseases dyspepsia debility dullness confusion of mind o Four doses of this hoadaohe Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns South Bend Ind who bad been Buffering with constant headache for At No 319 Main Street near three months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ State National Banki gant book free at J W Gaylos 4 speech Â¬ 1 lot of Handkerchiefs slightly soiled have been in the show window during the holidays they consist of plain linen hem Â¬ loBt his speech was stitch fancy and black borders of all kinds twelve years Handsome embroidered and silk in completely cured after using three and embroidered also silk mufflers plain these bottles of Dr Miles Restorative will all be sold regardless of C03t Nervine and also recovered his attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful cases not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our that our system does assertion With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases Olntinont for pnoumonia Outs Bruises Burps Chilblains Sores of long standing CornB and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 6O0 boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H la the finest remedy In the world It absolutely cures catarrh Itj oures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Files like magic Oures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Oures Ooughs and Oolds Oan be taken internally A positive specific Carpenters drugstore 8 For Sale or Rent My dwelling house on Ann street J T Buckley tf msms iMiMtMmitmM jfaJivi h6mmMmiMtm - 2 I WE DO NOT WANT Our country friends to forget to call on us this spring when they want to make their spring and summer purchases We shall be prepared to offer better bar- Â¬ gains than ever We have great bargains in all departments consisting of T I Dress Goods Silks m NB Trimmings Notions Sec y c m Mi 1 On Cotton Calico and jringham we have the best values ever heard of Goood Dress Gingham at 5 cents good Apron Gingham at 5 cents all best Calico at 5 cents Please call and we will show you what we advertise We have bought 200 Elegant Egg Cases with handles which we shall give away free to our country customers WEITZEL ODOlNNELL Call and see them rl Hudson HumphriesCassell fill MM 1 HH mrnnnnnrinrinKPinnrTirri uauaouQauauciBEJiziiuuuu UJj b CO TAILORING We vionld impress upon you that we buy only f the best manufacturers and that our cloth ing Is Better Fits Better i Wears Better We Than the ordinary kind call your special attention to Mir 10 1250 1350 1500 suits They are the best to be had for We are reliable the money dealers and never misrepresent Try us for a spring1 suit C5 o Ph PC Our success is due to the fact that we not only use the best ma terial but give the utmost care to every detail of construction It is our constant aim to make the best and that we succeed is proven by our large business both at home and from a distance Â¬ il s ti 13 i m SPRING WOOLENS choicest and latest designs now ready for inspection In the UBai3BQUI2ttB3Httli2yaUai4k2Uk3UBUl2UI2Qk2QLyi2U Hudson HumphriesCassell Miss Nellie Fellmer spent Saturday Mr Harry McOarty editor of the Society Notes modern times Ralph Fernshaws and Sunday with friends in Louis- Jessamine Journal Nicholasville Misses Anna and Mary Hale spent ville Misses May and Louise Pepper en Â¬ story of his adventures and final was in the city Monday Tuesday in Louisville Miss Mary Orear of Chicago is Dr Goodman and wife who have tertained at cards Monday evening triumphs as presented by Mr Mrs Geo Berry returned Sunday visiting Miss Mary Jillson on High visiting friends here have returned at their home on West Main street Clint G Ford and his excellent evening from Chicago to their home in Louisville street Mr PH Newman and wife were company in the great play An Mr Lee J Dudley ofLouisville Miss Sue Kavanaugh returned handsomely Judge W L Jett and family have Monday American Hero is a performance entertained pent Sunday in this city returned here from Covington to Thursday afternoon from an extend Â¬ evening at the Academy of Music by which all our citizens should the members of the Catholic choir Miss Gertrude South has returned reside ed trip to friends in Arkansas witness This company appears from a short atay in Paris Mr and Mrs W F Dandridge and Mr Harry ODonnell is getting The social dance given at Benson Mr W H Newhall spent Sunday daughter have returned from Win- Â¬ along nicely and it will not be long Station on the 23d Inst by Mr at the Opera House to night and chester until he has entirely recovered in Louisville with relatives Jarvey Brock was quite success at a matinee this afternoon at 230 Mr Richard Godson editorof the Miss Clara Fowler Jefb Sunday even Mrs W L Cannon of Midway It was largely attended and all oclock Midway Clipper was in the city spent Sunday in this city with her seemed to enjoy themselves ing for her home at Lexington Self pouring Coffee and Tea Pots Mrs V L dark left Monday for a Tuesday brother Mr Geo F Berry on Shelby Mrs D W Lindsey returned Tues- Â¬ street Tisit to relatives in Winchester An American Hero Squire Pat McDonald left Sunday day from a visit of several days to Mr Hiram Berry and wife and Miss Louisville Mr John Dalyrimple is foully Nellie Orbison are expected home evening for a trip to New York guest of Mrs M J Lewis left Wednesday from Asheville North Carolina Wed- Â¬ murdered by Alexander Moffit Miss Flossie French is the afternoon for a visit to relatives in nesday Miss Lucy Lowrey in Covington white transacting business in a The members of the Y M I Lodge Miss Annie Headley left Tuesday Louisville private office Mr Ralph Fern Miss Hallie Stephens returned of this city assisted by the home for a visit to frlendB in Louisville give a concert about the shaw a young man scion of an Monday from a visit to relatives in talent will Mr John W Rodman left Tuesday first of April old and honored family is accused Lexington for a business trip to Hamilton Ohio Mr P H Newman wife and chil Â¬ of the murder of which he is Capt Smith of Springfield Ohio Mrs Jas W Hughes left Monday spent Sunday in this city with Mr dren and Mrs Kate Mahonoy left innocent he escapes from custody J for a viBit to relatives in Louisville Tuesday to make their home in St Frank Whitley goes to sea is wrecked cast with Miss Mario Pepper leaves this week Louis Missouri Miss Mao Louise Creer of Chicago to visit Miss Goodloe at Lexington Miss Annie Galbraith hus returned others on a lone island in the has been the guest of Miss Mary The above cut shows this won Mrs Ed Hinton of Paris visited Jillson this week Most people have met to her home in this oity after a visit tropics her father Judge Brent on Friday of several months to friends in Mason with cases in which LAW takes der of the 19th century just as it Mrs Jas A Murray and children and Bracken last counties the place of JUSTICE where pre- looks while drawing coffee Johrt returned Saturday from a visit to Covington Mrs Charles Reams of Little Miss Jane Holmes and brofch vious lives are friends in Louisville sacrificed homes H Williams the gentlemanly Bpent Sunday with friends in this or Master John returned home Mon Â¬ Mrs W 0 Taylor and daughter day from a visit to their aunt Mrs made desolate and innocent hearts colored agent will call on our peo city broken by that mighty power so pie with his sample and after you Mr ltobert B Trabue has returned Miss Ruth returned Saturday from I N Oardwoll in Winchester It Miss Mary T Morris left Mondy often influenced by gold The have seen it you will buy one from a few days stay in Washington Rochester New York is so simple a child could operate Mr Wm Egbert of Nashville for Lexington to attend the France Law D0 The above incident forms it and after you have purchased Lyne Pepper Tennessee is in the city having been Hill wedding at which she officiated Misses Louise and the basis of one of the most one and used it you will wonder have returned to school at Cincin Â¬ called hereby the injury to and death as bridesmaid She returned home absorbing interesting dramas of how you ever got along without it Thursday morning of his father Mr 0 T Egbert nati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 PERSONAL J t KJ rT k r- - NEW GOODS 4 H M H M H H M M ma A SELBERT na nci run - KiriiriirririTirriiririrnsririJiriririririnriiarjananrimRCI LirjojLuaLrjLJULiuLJtjLJjk3ULJjuLiiuJiJeaitJijcu are constantly adding new goods to our line and now have ready for inspection a fine assortment of WE H H M M THE JEWELER sm feffi riiTiririrpirinnTirriasnrjirjTininriniriarnriannranarinrsnrin H Wedding and Birthday Presents X2sT ff ri frjlkkkoklt ky SEE OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF uuycuLifutJUiaaeuuuyuuLJCujjuuuuuauuiUUtJU H M Sterlirig Silver and Extra Plated Ware HE GOT THE SPOON On Suspicion H M M M H Belt Buckles Hair Pins Hat Pins and Silver Novelties Â¬ General Comment I B- 10 - v Some time ago a guessing congest was opened by Mr Robert W Tilford at the drug store of Messrs LeCompte Gayle Co the person who guessed the exact day the new bridge would be thrown open to vehicle travel- to receive an old bridge souvenir spoon Each guess was recorded in a book and the race for the spoon was represented in the show window by a miniature race be- Â¬ tween horses named March April May and June and a mulenamed The horses and Old Christmas with mule their jockeys were cut out of card board Hervey and colored by Mr Berryman who has considerable talent as a cartoonist and it was musing to watch the changed positions of the animals as the news in regard to the work on the bridge and the probability of its acceptance when completed came in March was in the lead most of the time but once he dropped away back and Old Christmas forged to the front and looked like a sure winner Finally March toorke his bridle threw dust in the faces of the others and romped under the wire a half length away from Old Christmas Those who guessed the correct date of the opening March 24th were Mrs John D Griffin Miss Mary McD Clore and Mr Egbert Stephens and it was decided by lot which of them should receive the spoon Mr Stephens drawing the lucky bean and walking off with the trophy Â¬ -- Tho Guessing Contest Decided On Monday A J Bartlett J It would seem after all that Breck In Favor or Mr Egbert F Browning and O E Edwards inridges l4 vindication amounts to Stephens composing the firm of A J nothing more or less than an attack on Miss Pollards character previous Bartlett Cd a blacksmith were arrested sworn out by and Wm JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO if id IV Improvements v- - A new varanda is being erected in front of the residence of Mr H F Duncan on Steele street Miss Jennie Craik will on Mon day begin the erection of a hand- Â¬ If some new frame residence of nine rooms on the lot adjoining the residence of Dr C B Chinn Messrs Choate on Shelby street Finnell have the contract Moved to Sholhy Mr James D Richardson of this county has purchased a farm near Shelbyville and removed to that Like all the county to reside people of Frankfort and good Franklin county who go away to reside he has ordered the Roundabout to follow him engraved E H T between the residences of Mrs E M Thomas Reward given if and Dr Ely same be left at 228 Washington1 Lost A silver change purse Cohen to their first meeting His friends in their employ bad hoped that he had some better upon a warrant defense than this but it has not been Mr Wm Egbert developed As ib stands even though he may win his case to far as the charging them with having set damage suit is concerned it will firb on Friday night to the avail him nothing with the peopl- ebuilding in which their shop was in fact the very ground upon which located on East Main street re Â¬ he bases his side of the case have anything else to done more sulting in the destruction of the alienate fromthan the votes of his him building and the death of Mr district Where he was formerly re Â¬ Chas T Egbert Bartlett was garded as a victim to indiscretions not guilty in bail in admitted to 1000 of which few men are is now looked some form or other he which he gave with Mr L B upon aB a heartless snivelling hypoÂ¬ Weisenberg as surety but Ed crite who has not the manhood to wards Browning and Cohen were face the consequence of his own sent to jail Their examination wrong doing but must needs saddle everything upon the partner of his was set for Wednesday afternoon guilt The woman did it has been at which time the case was called used as a cover by Adam and his A change before Judge B G Williams who decendents long enough would be refreshing refused to sit and Squire J L Rodman was called to the bench It is true that Congressman could Browning was discharged from not by any course of procedure have custody and the trial of the others gained the high position which he held previous to his being found out postponed until this morning but if he had acknowledged his guilt like a man and appealed to the Opic Head and Ben King charity of his constituents remind- Â¬ Two hours of laughter is what ing them of their liability to go astray under can be secured for a small price of above the same temptations and doing nothing to cast all Opie Read author of additional infamy upon the woman admission The Kentucky Colonel and who had a heavy enough load to bear Ben King who can make a man already rhe would then have been laugh een if he wants to cry will looked upon as a gentleman at least and one whose gifts were such as to give an interesting reading at the plead with his people against his House on Wednesday weakness Kentuckians and partic Â¬ Opera April 4 There is every indication ularly those of the Blue Grass section that the house will be crowded may be noted for the indulgence with which they regard the vices of The Kentucky Colonel their publio men but the hypocraoy Since was issued Mr Read has published which has been practiced by Breck Â¬ A Tennessee inridge appeals to no such sentiment another book which is said to be an in the breast of any man worthy of Judge the name Scorn is what it deserves excellent story delightfully told and scorn is what it excites Mr King is inimitable as a dialect speaker and his drolleries The opening of the new bridge and and gems of pathos and mirth the starting of the new street car Bow line are such favorable anguries of under the pen name ol what Frankfort can do that I am Hackley are well known to the encouraged to think my dreams of a readers of the Century new Capital perched upon Fort Hill The idea of Remember the date Opera may yet be realized suoh a street railway as we now have House Wednesday April 4 was scouted at a few years since but now it is here Even a few people Jjcg Broken may accomplish wonders when they keep pegging at it Why cannot Mr Will C Macklin of this the Board of Trade or some specially city who is assistant look keeper organized body of the people of at Lock No 6 was so unfortu- Â¬ Frankfort go to work on this Capitol nate as to fall into a hole near that question and educate the people of the State at large up to the point place a few days ago and break where they will emphatically demnnd his leg the desired action from the Legisla Â¬ ture The time is ample and the A severe rheumatic pain in the amount of money required will not left shoulder had troubled Mr J H bo great An illustrated pamphlet Loper a well kn6wn druggist of DesMoines Iowa for over six months showing the beauty and desirability At times the pain was so severe that of the site will Bpeak eloquently and he could not lift anything With all when the proper time comes the mat Â¬ he could do he could not get rid of it until he applied Chamberlains ter may be made an issue in the I only made three ap Â¬ legislative contests All great mat Pain Balm plications of it ho says And have ters havo had a small beginning and since been free from all pain He honestly believe the plan I have now recommends it to persons simi- Â¬ I outlined may be made a complete larly afflicted It is for sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist success Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EasemEnt nf the Capital Hotel short time lThey will ill this space with an entire new advertisement in a material is all there and only requires proper utilization Nature and time will do the rest It will be a false economy to start the erection of buildings suited only to the needs of the day There was once a time when tho present rattle trap of a State House was thought to be amply sufficient for all the needs of the Commonwealth It has been the policy of our rivals to oppose any thing tending towards a permanent building for fear the people would bo so well satisfied that there would be no chance for moving the seat of government Both city and State have been the victims of this jeal- Â¬ ousy Now however let us hope the matter is settled once for all and the clinching nail will be driven when a Capitol is commenced whose beauty will be enhanced not destroyed by time We must be up and doing Who will start the movement Bncklcns Arnica Salve Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erap tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by The best salve in the world for Outs Phil Carpenter ly Go to W J Scottows for Aro malt the great health drink i8 6t 8 is one of the first signs of poor health Coughs Colds Weak Lungs Diseased Blood follow Loss of Flesh Hows ThiaP We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ tions made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio V aiding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ nally acting directly upen the blood and mucous surffceos of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Â¬ Scotts cures all of these weakness- Â¬ es Take it in time to avert Illness if you can Physicians Awmmmmmammmmmmmmamr the Cream of Cod liver Oil Emulsion the world over endorse it Pnoarart by Scott Dont be deceived by Substitutes Jlowna y Y All DrunUU EEMOVES druggists -9 fc t DANDRUFF AND CURES Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending March 31 1894 Billetor Miss An- - Brown Mrs May Lyon 8 Mr nie Perry Preston A Collins Mrs Mary When calling for these letters say Cleans S B HoiAies P M advertised ECZEMA the Four Big Successes Scalp and Restores the Jru A 1 V Hair from Lifeless Having tho needed merit to more Condition For Sale than make good all the advertising by all Druggists claimed for them the following four Price 25c remedies have reached a phenominal sale Dr Kings New Discovery for feb 10 ly 1HADK MAItK Consumption Coughs and Colds each bottle guaranteed Electric Bitters the great remedy for Liver 4 EQ-U-AL- 12 Buoklens Stomach and Kidneys Arnica Salve tho best in the world and Dr Kings new Life Pills whioh If APtllnrr la An tin tn twdvu irnba K are a perfect pill All these remedies nlil nlnn lnalflnnu minriintnal inula innnin Bent are guaranteed to do just what is conditions uuu patronized Business College In auenuauce me past hid oiuuuuis claimed for them and the dealer year ouum Teachers Nashville la the educa Eleven whose name is attaohed herewith tional centor of tne South Cheap Board No tr uu wiiiu will be glad to tell you more of them viipntlnn Vntai imp Hm ww ntj iiuuio oiuuj have recently prepared books on Book Sold at PH OAUPENTEHsdrug store cuiuiiumiu mm lumimiiMuip especially keeping auapieu 111 Â¬ w ft hki W ita ci 1 80 pogB V street 33t IF YOUR HACK ACHES auofrjfa xnoN JtiTTBRs give and It will euro you cleanse your Or you are all worn oat really good for nothlnif it isjrcneral debility Try a good appetite ltor present appearance to a landscape garden in a day or a year But the Of course it is not tobe expected BROWNS that Fort Hill can be changed from its digestion cures Dyspepsia IRON BITTERS Debility in Â¬ to home study Send for our Free Illustrated catalogue and state your wants Ad Â¬ dress J F DiiAUoiioH President Drauchons Pnirtlpfll Rimlnpatt Pnllofra uml Cnlinl chAt hand and Telegraphy Nashville Teun N B We pay 6 cash for vacancies as book-Keepers sieiiogruniiora teacnersetc reported to us provided we nil same Mention this paper ivu ntiio 4 I 4 theh I AXaESXCXnC SS ti t V1 sell goods strictly on their merits I do not ask my Mends and patrons to buy from me for friendships sake only but upon the merits of my goods W L OopmsMiTH Icy JEWELER wiH FftANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Death of Mrs Geo F Crutch- Eatored at the post onice at FrnnkfortKentucky nsseconrt class mailable matter compose the juries for the The following notice of the ft lr I ft Mrs Crutchley mention OLD FRANKFORT KY GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub death of of which was made in these Now is the time to plant- FRANKFORT MARCH 31 1894 columns is taken from the Nor borne Missouri Jeffersonian of CARS STREET March 16th Mattie R Runyan wife of Geo Wejiave a new and complete stock of F Crutchley was born at Frank Â¬ Mastin THE EliECTRIC RAILWAY fort Ky July 14 1854 educated Pettit juries Thomas Heffner IN OPERATION at Greenwood Female Seminary Zack Church B S Hughes John On hand and will ask you to give us a call of that city and graduated a few Carter Win B Everything Running Smoothly years later at the New England South Win BristowW T Hayden Butler GAYLR conservatory of music at Boston Branch Howard Stedman Preston W TanMoKEE HARDIE 21 11 On October 21st she was Armstrong W A Powers Allen It was expected to have the married to Geo F 1890 Crutchley of Hamilton C H Thomas Hut street cars running Saturday after- Â¬ this city and died of pneumonia Hawkins Witi Lyons GG noon but owing to tlje failure of at 115 oclock p m March 9 Thompson W B George JM D railroad to trans 1894 Such are the more promi- Â¬ Safiell Steve Sparrow the C H Grant C at Cin nent facts connected with a beauti- Smither Nat F Richardson J P fer them to the Q ful life a life remarkable for doing Conway B S Scantlin Jacob cinnati in time to get them on the good and of contributing well to Swigert W H Allison E L freight train which connects with the refinement and intelligence of Samuel J H Rogers B C the Midland morning freight at a community in which she lived a Mi am Henry Gobber and Newt Georgetown they did not arrive life that added joy and light and Hale here until that night and were un- an inspiration to do right to all An Ugly Gash Her i i v loaded and placed on the track with whom she associated very nature was to make better and Little Ralph Morse the Sunday morning When it came purer her friend- Her influence son of Mr Fiank H to getting them ready to run it was was good and people knew it found that a box containing the Why God turned out this light we Morse foreman of the Roundauout brushes all but one of the mortor are too ignorant to answer but office fell Sunday afternoon at the it was best Her life was home of his parents on Wilkinson handles and some of the other know patient but industrious firm but small parts had been left behind not obstinate intelligent without street and struck his face against Â¬ and it became necessary to impro- Â¬ egotism and pious without pre- the jagged edge of a piece of Co earthenware vise brushes and use monkey tense cutting an ugly The young people of this city gash in his left cheek extending wrenches for handles One car was gotten out and made two have lost a noble teacher the fromthe eye to the corner of the church will miss her work and no Dr Geo W Chinn was trips tover the track on the poor words 01 ours can sympa mouth North side and the loop on the thize with her husband in this his summoned and found it necessary Prices OUT From 10 to 15 That God may to take four stitches in the wound South Side It made the run sad bereavement without accident and glided over richly bless him and that her good jn order to draw the edges togeth SOLID OAK SUIT the rails at a lively rate Quite a and kindly influence may always er The little fellow is lively as OHtiVAL 4 direct and guide him aright is the large crowd took advantage of the earnest desire of everybody in this a cricket the wound is healing nicely and it is hoped will leave 3 opportunity for a free ride and en- - vicinity Come now and look we have Funeral services were conduct- no disfiguring scar As every- Â¬ joyed it immensely Suits over Bedsteads 4 ed over her remains Sunt ay by thing was not in good working to sell in ihe few months 4 A Physician trim the cars were not started Rev E E Bostwick after which they were laid to rest in the Seldom recommends a proprietary again until Wednesday Hardin cemetery medicine A great many use our Household Remedies both in their At 230 oclock on that day all families and in their practice Dr the cars were brought out filled An Unseen Enomy N L Reynolds of Eureka III writes with prominent citizens and in Is more to be dreaded than an open and visible us that he has had occasion to use one Tiint subtile and lurking foe which under Dr Hales Household Ointment in vited guests and made the run the generic nunie of malaria manifest Itself several oases of burns and thinks it He writes he has over the line from the corner of when It clutches us In Its tenacious grasp In the has few equals various forms of chills uud fover bilious re Â¬ also used the Dr Hales Household Main and Ann streets through mittent dumb ague or ague cuke can only be Tea in his own fetnily and finds it is he effectually do South Frankfort and back to the tem againstcuarded against by fortifying the sys so good that It is cannot afford to pu Â¬ the great blood Insidious attacks with Hostetters without it O F C distillery at Leestown Stomuch Bitters a thorough untldote to the rifier and nerve tonic Positively DEALERS IN poison of miasma In the sstem and safe cureB dyspepsia constipation The cars were in charge of ex- guard ugalrut It thoroughly to be reliedaupon ness etc 25 and 59 cents perbilious Â¬ pack perienced motormen and under In the event of u malarious attack avoid age at P H Carpenters drug store d poisoning with their skillful handling demonstrated Instead thisyour system remedy quinine and use unobjectionable whnlesome and far more elllwiclous than New Doctor that the road is one of the best in taste nmers lor ujspepsia Diuousnessany dm use const patlon kidney compluluts uud rheumatism built and most elegantly equipped Dr J W Phleeger is the latest in the State The cars were all Circuit Court I F addition to the medical profession A COMPLETE LINE OF run out on Main street where they I t Jl He has hung out his The spring term of Circuit Court in this city were photographed by Mr H G RUNNING HORSE GOODS sign from the Mason Hoge Mattern who took another yiew meets on Monday and promises to building and has an office in the ALWAYS ON HAND of them from the custom house be a busy one as there is a large second story of that structure window as they came over the docket on hand to be disposed of TheDoctor comes to us from Everyone was de- As Commonwealths Atty Smith new bridge -Piedmont West Virginia hoping mar 10 8m lighted with the trip and the active will not be able to attend the to build up a practice and persons and resolute citizens who have first week of the term the crimi desiring his services will find him given to the city this great 1m nal cases will Drobablv not be tried verv Peasant gentleman well up provement were the subjects of until the second or third week thea His card will civil cases being first taken uplinlis Passion commendation be found in another column Thursday morning the cars The jury wheel has been operated Use Aromalt the great health commenced running regularly and the names of the following gentle- men were giound out and they drink 28 6t i pass a given point about every 1111 I1 seven minutes The heavy freight motor has been tested and works disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Our Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs like a top carrying loaded freight STERED FURNITURE cars from the O F C distillery We will offer with all ease The line will prove to be such- a convenience that other manufacturing institutions in the north end of the city will soon Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor be putting in switches to take adc Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas vantage of it is unbroken the assortment Two unRooms for Rent furnished rooms for rent The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Apply at 216 Washington street Used in Millions of Homes -- tarm Grand jury -- W G Sargent T D Kesler W H Sudduth W B Russell T J Lewis A Pilkinion Ezra Ellison Lon ONan W A Parrish Joseph Robinson William Bedford Carter Hale Joe Penn T N Arnold David Nicol Robt Young S O Wigginton Ed Duncan Mitch Harrod and J W 227 St Clae Srmm W McKEE HARDIE HALLS STAND ik -- a s i tf G arden --- LANDRETH8 --- m 3 CI joe t miehTcoTI - Â¬ i Have purchased the entire stock of four-year-o- ld FURNITURE facturing per ct jm 4 s Â¬ Of Frankfort Furniture Manu li m 1 ji Â¬ Â¬ and 300 next 1500 1800 100 226 ANN STREET tM Â¬ 1 Black St Hursey Â¬ Â¬ - fine mm and TTasr SADDLES TROTTING and - Â¬ 232 sikzbzeji YOU WANT TO O ET inventory I3ST02rT I THIS OFFER at - PRICES A Â¬ Â¬ 9SKS REDUCED PAIGES R ROGERS until further notice greatly j - 28 3t APWM47 40 Years the Standard SON WffimvwwR a iTORKKWhSB jwtuinvv tsj i tt - 5 nnnanarcnninrcnninnianriisnRnnnnnBPm rsa na rinrcnrannriSirannrirtnanannnnnarjnn nc rsa ra tiJ I K We make all kinds of m KJ J S VTTTTPT TTQ naRarcaraarsarcanaEiarsariawanaFsaisanarcanaEa I uu PAINTING Hi Ba 50 We make all Hand made m bet eft nn rset BDRNESSaciTSeDDLERT ra ou riarariariarariananarararjarTrianarananaria na EEj Of all kinds of Vehicles done with a force- - of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and B qOMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern Bg appliances for doing the work m first class manner Send in your work Terms very reasonable isa ca rsa ma IIF1 uta can KISi na THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRIDES BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE nacaBacananahananananaiijananarianaRsaRsa na Ba nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnanananannninnnnanisnaflnRnncinsiRnRnrinnnnnninnnnnnnnn DBaaBQEQBQBQisqauutaoQfiu FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT by Gaines and the clerk was instructed to hold the claim for a few FRANKFORT MARCH 81 1894 days when Gaines would settle the matter in full Pate The finance committee asked Too true thy lines Immortal poet further time on several other matThou of all the greatest sage When thy pen by genius guided ters that had been referred to it Wrote 4The World Is but a Stage The street committee made a A stage It Is nor nontlng actors report in relation to the petition Bright the gilded robes appear And many are the scenes enacted of Black Hughes in regard to Few disdain the mask to wear the alley leading from their coal Â¬ Â¬ na ca na ua na ca na uta 1 na uQ na Bta EH FACTOEY HEAD OF BKOADWAY na ca na BE4 na DU na aa na aa na ca na nananacarsarsanananananacaisanacananana1 Bauuidacutacai3iituuacuaatyiatiiuaHauaLia na na B3 OD BUY OP US na na IMPLEMENTS AND JBXTKAB FUH BAMJE 1 Binders Rakes na usa THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS i BO u nn RiR7innRinnirinnn7fnnnnnnnnniTinnnrinnnnnrinnnnnRinnnn bu BaBaBUBUBaBUBaBaBaBaBaBacaBaBauaBaBauaBaBauaBaBJBacaBauaBUBaBaBaHa tsa HE a tJ 11 v3 ssk- - lution in relation to improvements on Second street Referred to street committee The gas committee were in structed to see that street electric lights were kept burning until KENTUCKY TOBACCO daylight M We play yet oft times not from choice Fate assigns to each a place And when the curtain slowly rises We must yield or quit the race At times one wears asmlle of brightness When then art Is torn with pain And the Hero too oft Is tortured v 6tun nnii by the villain slain And the gentle guise of Friendship Oft encircles bitter Uate Yet harder still that lore should wear Such is life and such is Fate I ttKt it THE CITY COUNCIIi Tuesday March 27 94 Mayor Julian and all the mem- Â¬ bers of the council except Council men Haly and Tobin were present The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A petition was presented from citizens on Holme street asking the extension of the water main Referred to water committee Petition of Mrs M C Macklin and J D OConnor asking for a crossing on Arlington Heights Referred to street committee Petition of citizens of the South Side asking the continuation of the fire department on the South Side Referred to fire committee Petition of Messrs J R Todd and Geo B Salender asking 3 months rebate on their license Referred to license committee Petition of J W Gaines asking permission to build two frame cottages to front on Long Lane Alley in the rear of his residence Petition of Chartity Lodge colored asking permission to have brass band next Sunday to head Mr procession of the lodge Utterback expressed himself as willing to allow the request provided Bradys band was not used The on the special occasion Mr Miles petition on motion of was laid on the table Petition of citizens of Shelby street asking that thee more arc lights be placed on said street Referred to ga committee Mr Miles made a report from the finance committee stating that they found the late Treasurer A H McClures accounts correct and his administratrix Mrs M A McClurewas directed to turn over 15221 in the possession of her late husband to the City Treasurer Guy Barrett taking his receipt which shall be the late Treasurers quietus The report was approved and filed The finance committee reported ihe matter in relation to rent owed Â¬ Vf Sn i J lr o Messrs J L Rodman R K McClure and Jos T Staten were appointed supervisors as required by the new charter r yard Said firm was directed to The council then adjourned until abate nuisances in the shape of Thursday night when it met water and the alley would be put in Committee of the Whole to in proper condition consider the license ordinance Mr Ben Marshall from the Twenty ilvo Cents street committee made a re- Â¬ mnoh money but it will buy a Isnt port in relation to curbing bottle of the finest Cough oure on for glittering and paving the ap- Â¬ earth That is what we elaim and Dr Hales Household Cough Cure proaches to the new bridge the what thousands of people have told neglect a cough It may us work to be done under the super- Â¬ cost Dont many dollars or possibly you as feel the first vision of the city engineer The your life WhenP you Carpenters symptoms go to H clerk was directed to advertise for drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle Cure bids and the committee em of Dr Hales Household Congh d and cure yourself powered to act Well Hardly Mr Miles from- - the finance committee asked that a special Lexingtqn builders and con- Â¬ committee be appointed whose tractors are interested at present duty it shall be to get a report in the Masonic building to be This build from the Home Construction Com- Â¬ erected at Frankfort for the most pany and Midland Railway and to ing will be erected if possible why the part by Lexington contractors ascertain Lexington Leader taxes and interest on the bonds As Mr S C Cryer of this had not been paid The following gentlemen were appointed on said city has the contract to erect the committee viz Miles Marshall building if it is ever built and there are enough mechanics of all and Pruett kinds here to do the work for him Mr I N Williams who oper- Â¬ we fail to see where Lexington on ates a laundry steam contractors come in outside of Washington street appeared be furnishing the door and window fore the council in advocacy of frames which we understand were a uniform license for laundries gotten out in that city and agents Appointed n Ganger Petition of Black Hursey asking the transfer of the license of Mr Wiley C Williams was ap- Â¬ Hursey to them was Hannen pointed U S Gauger in this disgranted Mr Wilon Wednesday Petition of W F Russell asking trict liams is at present assistant City the transfer of his license from one Assessor but will give bond and locality to another was granted upon the duties of his new Mr Sower from the workhouse enter office as soon as assigned to work committee made a report recom mending certain improvements to The Modern Way The clerk was Commends itself to the well that institution directed to advertise for bids formed to do pleasantly and efThe same committee also asked fectually what was formerly done that the city engineer be furnished in the crudest manner and disa with a desk and necessary station greeable as well To cleanse the to enable him to keep a correct svste n and break up colds head ery account with the Workhouse keep- aches and fevers without unpleaser and make a monthly report ant after effects use the delightful Granted liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Several very important ordi FRS nances had their first reading and Aromalt aids digestion and Among the num were passed Once tried puiifies the blood ber was one in relation to horses always used For sale by W J hogs sheep and geese Scottow cattle 28 6t one Also runninc at large Miles Nerve and Livor Fills in relation to posting bills on the new bridge and throughout Act on a new prinoiplo regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the city the nerves A new discovery Dr An arc light was ordered placed Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ bad taste torpid liver pileBf constipa at the intersection of Mero and tion Splendid for men women and ohildren Smallest mildest surest Annstreets SamnloBfreo at ko doses for 25 cents Mi-- TTttrVianlr nrcnt pH a rrCil J W GylBFrnkfprtKy 4My kviYAjv aTtf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order i GL HHNN9N PATENT Stoneware LINED AND THE MONROE ft IUfi Alaska MElsIh 7Ib fcrntPSHSSB twnmamjl kicoal Filled JM 49 Refrigerators FOR SALE BY THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE 4 DeclG ly SAPOLIO I 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN U mrnt that th Queen nd Creieent RonU li IT mllci ihortol hortest Cincinnati to lir Ictween Cincinnati ah I IeilnjUm li mile mlnnham tninlleiihcrtnt Clucluniitl to Nvw Orleuit lo uillet ihorttit Oodnuutl to Chattanooga Atlanta ur JackaonvUU Florida 1 SOLD VESTIBULED TRAINS 1 tetween all of the tiWo points Through Can to Vlcxibtrr and MirT port Onlr lino running threngli cira Cincinnati to Knuxvilla and Direct lino to loxaiamt Mexico vlu New Orltana cr Aihtrllla K U Alk axenta about tours to California 1rotn Loulirlllf via Shrareport KhtlbYTille and Lnvreuceliurr direct onnectlon it made at Lexington lth veatibuled train to ull livluti boutB W C RINKAK80N Gcal 1aiir Ajtnt Cincinnati 0 k a QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v A AoMuvwiMf saijniwijmiiiMuM uitji i - - wm fypyg- - BROTHERS MASTIN r have secured the agency and will keep in stock the follow Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H H Bab cock II A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Stoddnrd Avery Walton Plows Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Hakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc We A MASTIN BROTHERS butl Adjourned Council Meeting born in Lavvrenceburg Christian Church Rev R T came to this city when a young Wednesday March 28th Mathews of Lexington will ocoupy man and entered the coach factory The city council met jis a com- Â¬ the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 of Messrs Hemming Quinn mittee -- of the whole Wednesday oclock No evening services where he learned the trade of night to take action on the license Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at coach painter afterwards adopting ordinance Pruett Councilman that of a house and sign painter 650 presented an amendment to the which he followed until his death Catholic Church Rev Father In 1856 he married Miss Kate original ordinance which pro- Â¬ poses the grading of the business Donley of Louisville will conduct Goin daughter of the late Capthe usual services at the Church debate After much houses tain San ford Goin by whom he of the Good Shepherd to morrow which was indulged in by the eleven of Low mass at 8 a m High mass at had fourteen children Mr members of the council 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m whom survive to mourn his loss Marshall moved that all for Â¬ Mrs Mace Williams Mrs Episcopal Church The usual viz mer action of the council on Mrs Ben Marservices to morrow will be conduoted W C Williams the ordinance be reconsidered by Rev R L McOready the rector shall Mrs Kate Smith Mrs Ann and the matter left alone until the Preaching at 11 and 730 T Whitehead Misses Nellie and assessor returned his books and Wil Â¬ Presbyterian Church Corinne Egbert Frank First the council was enabled to tell Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D liam Philip and George Egbert what was best to be done Mr will occupy his pulpit to morrow at his wife having preceded him to Fortune moved as a substitute 11 and 739 the grave several years ago that the matter be left pending The Young Peoples Society of The funeral took place yester- Â¬ Christian Endeavor will meet in the until the above time and the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are day morning from the Episcopal substitute was adopted Church and the remains were invited Mr R K McClure sent in a The communion of the Lords Sup Â¬ buried in the cemetery Mayor communication to the per will be celebrated at the morn Â¬ Hawkins Mrs Mary Hawkins refusing to serve as supervisor ing services Preparatory services this morning at 11 oclock wife of Mr Bernie Hawkins died The mayor will fill the vacancy Methodist Church Rev H G at the residence of her husband later on Thursday Mr Utterback moved that the Henderson the pastor will preach to near Farmdale morow morning at 11 oclock and in March 29th aged 67 The deceased finanpe committee confer with a the evening at 730 has been in feeble health for a like committee from the county Sunday school meets at 030 a m as to the feasibility of ad The Epworth League will convene long time and Thursday morn- court ve rtising and selling the vacant lot ing submitted to a surgical opera in the class room at 7 oclock end of the the tion from the effects of which she at Clair northeast bridge St street The meeting conducted by Rev never rallied dying that afternoon The council then adjourned George Darsie at the Main Street Christian Church in Lexington still She was a sister of Messrs W J until the next regular meeting prospers He is preaching to large and J W Hughes of this city Found Near Brigeport a small Congregations with nightly baptisms and a most excellent Christian The owner can sum of money He expects to return the middle of lady who was held in the highest hear of same by paying for this next week esteem by her neighborsand all notice The Baptist people have accepted who knew her the invitation of Rev B Clay Lilly to The funeral will take place this worship with the Southern Presby- terian people on Sunday The Bap morning at the family residence tist pastor will preach at both ser- - and the remains will be interred The Presbyterian Sunday in the cemetery in this city vices school will meet at 930 a m and the Wright Mr Wm C Wright Baptist Sunday school will meet at the same place at 3 p m Rev Mr died Wednesday night at the Taylor desires to meet his bible class residence of his father-in-laMr at the morning session of the school H W Brady on Clinton street as he preaches at South Benson in after an illness of several weeks the afternoon especially does with a complication of diseases All are invited and the preaoher want his own people to produced by la grippe aged 30 bo with him there He leaves a widow and years one child tc mourn his loss Deaths OOTE JBJVJOY The funeral took place yester- Â¬ Both the method and results when Durrett Mrs Elizabeth Du- day morning at 10 oclock from Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts rrett wife of Hen W Durrett Esq the house fently yet promptly on the Kidneys died Tuesday night at her home at and Bowels cleanses the sys May Expect aJCrowd Vallev Station Jefferson county tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual after a long illness aged 59 years The Circuit and County JCourts constipation Syrup of Figs is the The deceased was a daughter of will met on Monday and as it is only remedy of its kind ever prothe late Dr L Y Ho Jges of and ac also horse show day we may duced pleasing to the taste his county and a sister of Mrs ceptable to the stomach prompt in expect a large crowd in town its action and truly beneficial in its J W Hughes of this city The effects prepared only from the most funeral took prace Wednesday healthy ana agreeable substances its A Million Friends afternoon from the residence of many excellent qualities commend it A friend in need is a fridhd indeed to all and have made it the most Mr John Keading her and not less than one million people popular remedy known in Louisville and the remains have found just such a friend in Dr Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Kings New Discovery for Consump and 81 bottles by all leading drugwere interred in Cave Hill tion Coughs and Colds If you have druggist Egbert Mr Chas T Egbert never used this Great Cough Medi Â¬ gists Any reliable hand will who pronot have it on one trial will convince you that may who was so badly burned in the cine wonderful curative powers in cure it promptly for any one who has it fire of Friday night of last week all diseases of Throat Chest and wishes to try it Do not accept any Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to died Thursday morning at the do all that is claimed or money will substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Trial bottles free at Mr Wiley be refunded home of his SAN FRANCISCO OAL P H OAKPENTERsdrug store Large NEW YORK NY 1 tOUISVIUC AY C Williams The deceased was bottles 50c and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V KETjIGIOUS L n MARSHALL W A GAINES L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number- of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times - OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET iS ji FORRENT FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEVHN TWO STORY Cross street niar Conwav This on Is very desirable property and will be rented at a Life Insura no bought and sold and loans 1 r 1 d 1 fM moderate price FOR SALE PLANTS Sweet potato pepper celery and otber plants In season Plants are on sale by Ellwanger Bros James Heeney and J M Banta I AM NOW PREPARED grade of early cabbage and tomato plants TO SUPPLY A FINE STORY DOUBLE FRAME A TWOvery street near Conway on Cross ty ThU proper Â¬ good lot Is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ has a hood and will be sold at a low figure RESIDENCE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road s rhWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses with to-Â¬ 2 L and 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This bacco and stock barns besides all otber neces Â¬ Is good property and Is offered nt n bargain sary Improvements All of the improvements Including the fencing on thlspropertyarenew and in nrst class condition This farm has a quantity of tine tobacco land and would also make a nrst class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit FORSALE FOR SALE A FOR SALE vl FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements ON JiOLMES are In tine condition and In order to make a EESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMSlot G7 by 150 feet property hns u quick sale will be offered at a bargain and U well located A FOR SALE FORJMT 1 m JfrjBqg ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES FARM OF A and other 60 necessary Improvements two miles from Frankfort This property is nil in grass and would make an excellent Dairy or FORALE Garden farm FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This property Is In good repair and we are authorized to rent It at A 15permontn MB LB R CI10ATE Formerly of Wakefield MARSHALL Choate L II FINNELL CO 1 Ai w w JOHN DRISCOLL PLANING MILL AND th Liquor Merchant A HOGSHEAD FACTORY Â¬ PURCHA8ED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congletou Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINGLES TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES AN full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wine brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Â¬ opposite State House AIX KIND8 OF - Â¬ Â¬ as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Office on riverfront A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For CHOATE Sept 2 1y Hpui0f TiierBonirlitcr awefl FINNELL son-in-la- Â¬ Orsha d Lawn the stump or who want sawing done by the hundred had better call on R H Suter who has the best portable saw mills in Kentucky also ma chinery to manufacture the rough grades of timber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to move anywhere R H SUTER Dec80 8m Peaks Mill Ky WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELL ON Â¬ Â¬ GARDEN shrubs and every thing usually found in anursery We sell direct to the plantor establishment and have 110 agents Catalogues on application H FlllLLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 10 Sm 266 Fine Farm for ent on the Georgetown pike containing acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st 1MH For particu Â¬ lars apply to FRANKCHINN July22 tf Frankfort Kt DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY FULL 8TOOK OP FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL THE grape vines asparagus small fruits son-in-la- ot 1 h 7 WB INVITE vX7liile tl2e3r carL gret tlxe X-jX-i benefit of cult Notea JLiO w Prices TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in our line few of the items belo v General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Doors Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c tr fr4t-aEtt4 vyf - Cor Main and Lewis Streets STEAM VS ELECTRICITY who CE Â¬ Iff A COLLINS FULL Opposite the Farmers Bank w e - - J ft Vi- i K R1 at the afternoon Ann and Broadway The freight was switching on Broadway and the car was going northon Ann he freight being a little west of Ann when the elec- Â¬ tric car arrived at the intersection of the streets A brakesman at the crossing signaled to the freight engineer to come ahead which the mortorman mistook for a motion to him to come on and both the car and train started at once coming together in the The street middle of Broadway car was knocked off the track and the forward end considerably damaged but not enough to disable- it and after being lifted back on the rails went on to the power No one on the car was house yesterday corner of hurt m wish her all the happiness son of Gov J J Crittenden of flows from the marriage Kentucky who was a distinguished which Street Car Collides Wltli a relation gentleman and a contemporary of Freight Train Henry Clay He was a young Breeden Baxter Mr John G man highly esteemed by all who A collision occurred between a Breeder and Mrs Jane Baxter knew him and his untimely death street car and a freight train were maVried at the Baptist par- is deeply regretted The funeral k W TEfi or1-- STOCK sonage Monday alternoon by Rev W C Taylor KII1C1ED BY A DRAG services were conducted at three oclock Thursday afternoon by Rev W D U Shearman of the Episcopal Church and the remains interred in Live Oak ceme- Â¬ Â¬ How Rector Crittenden Met His tery Death Appointed a Storekeeper The following account of-- the Mr Paul Meek formerly of death of Mr Franft Rector Crit- this city was on Monday appointtenden formerly of this city is ed a U S Storekeeper in the taken from the Monrovia Cal Louisville district Messenger of March 16th Â¬ BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS Matrimonial T I Kv KTV nr T- The following notice of the marriage of Miss Mary Hill daughter of Gen Sam E Hill formerly of this city and Mr A T France of Lexington is taken from the Lexington Press that something was the matter she went to where the horse was of Wednesday Miss Mary Lawrence Hill and Mr Albert Finley France were married at high noon Ii Christ Church yesterday with Rev E H Ward the rector officiating The Messrs Leonard ushers were O George Wheeler of Troy Groves Gray Falconer and Thos McGarvey of Lexington The bridesmaids were Miss Mamie Misses Morris of Frankfort Annette Svvigert Elizabeth Berk iy Elizbeth Hill and Effie Hill ol Lexington The grooms best man was Mr Will Samuels The wedding ceremonies were beauti- Â¬ ful and impressive The brides wedding gown was an exquisite creation of heavy white bengaline trimmed with lace and the bridesmaids dutchess gowns were of white French organdie gotten up in the most perfect taste After the wedding a delicious breakfast was served to bout forty relatives and intimate friends from Lexington and other cities After the breakfast the young couple left for the east for an extended trip after which they will take possession of their elegant apartment hbuse on Mur- Â¬ ray Hill New York City The brides traveling costume was of dark blue carvenette made in Frechy style and colors with a nobby Knox hat en suit The bridal presents were elegant and costly 4 Boggess Bransom Mr K S Boggess and Miss Laura Bran som both of Anderson county were married in Lexington on Thursday March 22d 1894 The bride is a daughter of Mr James Bransom for many years lock keeper at lock No 4 below this city but now holding a like position at lock No 5 and has many friends in this city and Bellepoint Â¬ France Hill On Wednesday of this week an accident occurred to Fiatik R Crittenden which resulted in his For the past immediate death years he had been working two the ranch for his aunt Mrs Lewis He had been employed that morning with the team in leveling the ground after plowing using a He had drag for the purpose been at the house for a time and had again gone to the walnut Shortly afer twelve orchard oclock Mrs Rankin his cousin went out to call him to dinner She saw one He did not reply horse standing near a tree with the drag leaning against it while the other horse was at the east Thinking side of the orchard Â¬ Chamberlains Couch Remedy gives the best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle and as a seller leads all pother preparations in this market I recomena it because it is the best medicine I ever handled for AW coughs colds and cronp Baldridge Millersville 111 For sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist 11 ft t M CLUHE I - Change of Time on Que Crescent Route We have the best goods the largest stock and On Sunday April 1st the Spring schedules of passenger trains on the Queen Crescent will go into effects prices are right The service has been carefully arranged with a view to the convenience of the public and in order to handle spring and sumÂ¬ Yv is i v I Fit - X t t standing and was astonished to find Frank lying on his face in the plowed ground in an apparently Upon turning lifeless condition him over she found that he was Seeing Harold Merreill in dead his orchard a short distance away Other neighshe called to him bors soon arrived and a physician was sent for but although the body was yet warm all efforts to brng back life proved fruitless The cause of the acccident seems to be easily explained The chains attached to thcdrag in stead of being at the corners were set about a foot back If a person standing on it should step to the front thus imbedding it in the soft earth the back part would undoubtedly tip up and throw the rider The drag must have struck the tree last pas- - ed because the front board was lying there broken off t The theory is that Frank managed to keep on the drag until the next tree was reached and the drag then tipped up threw him against the tree ith such a force as to stun him and cause respiration to cease As the lines had evidently been about his body he was dragged to the ground and his face buried On his breast was a therein bruise but no bones were severe broken It is not thought that a horse kicked him or the bruise would have been different Coroner Cates came put Thurs day morning and impanelled the Messrs Wren following jury Northup Lancaster Merreill Boden and Harvey After hear ing the testimony of Mrs Rankin Harold Merreill and Dr Percival the jury brought in a verdict in accordance with the above facts Frank R Crittenden was 33 His mother and years of age sister are residing in Frankfort Ky and his brother Lieut J J Crittenden is stationed at Fort He was a grand- Keogh Mont Â¬ mer traffic in a manner most comfortably and promptly The equipment of the Qaeen Crescent is known everywhere for its elegance and convenience and the new schedules are intended to increase its value to the traveler Ask agents for time informa- Â¬ tion etc W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ To our many county friends wq would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked It May Do as Much For Yon Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes that he had a severe kidney trouble for many yearn with severe in his back and aleo thathis ladder was affected He tried many 00 call edkidney cures but without any good result About a year ago he began the use of Electrio Bitters Electrio and found relief at once Bitters is especially adapted to cure all kidney and liver troubles and often gives almost instant relief One trial will prove our statements Price only 50 cents for large bottle At P H Carpenters drug store 6 At otu goods Wu know what you need have the goods and will please you RK R A White MXLURE T J SON Wm J f PHLBEGffi M D Physician and Surgeon Offlcr and residence Hoge Building St Clair Mar 31 lm and Main streets up stairs Ransdell Gaertner ROBERT GORDON Painter lilSTIMAfES prompt attention and Paperhanger FURNISHED ON Jli notlcauiut satisfaction guaranteed lelt at M 1 i rays llmdwuro Store will SHORT Orders receive 31 ain Mur I III HI IH III Green paii 1 mmion A i Puper 21 intUlactlon guaranteed the latest utyle ut the following prices Side wall per bolt Celling per bolt 4 LL WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY Uuiisj AND In 10 cents 10 cent j River Tobacco CD -- Warehouse Frnpa LOUISVILLE KY Four Months PEN 31 MbRCUANT 630 Mar lm Shelby street ooutn Side WHITE RANSDELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS FOR RENT ROOM GREEN RIVER HOUSE RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY THE Frankfort National Bank It Is one of the prly to finest business nlnren In f h nty 65 We SAFETY TRU8T A VAULT CO Bank of 31 lt Mar Returns Promptly Made Auction Sales Daily Storage Free of Charge refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelby ville Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 2otf Uv dSrwr i -- i ww E1 rff SPRING CRUTGHERSTARKS ijvrinnnjxfinnnnjinnruirLriJLaruinjinjuruiru DUB MATCHLESS ARRAY SPRING GRUTGHER a STARKi rv thru iniiuinjirinjxruxnjuiJirinrLriruiririnnnnnnj m 5 i CLOTHING Mens SHO ES Sloes I 31 PiAf For every age and condition of man is now ready We are better prepared to throw out to the public solid bargains than ever before We do not say one thing and mean another We are not that Kind of a house If you want the proof come and see the goods People must have Shoes and Clothing no matter how the timesand seasons may be Our solution of the problem is simply this A BIGGER AND BKTTER DOL- Â¬ LARS WORTH Thats the stry in a nutshell Firm as a rock we propose to stand by you and protect you on PRICES AND QUALITIES HATS and FURNISHINGS h t lj - t J Cash Talks and Low Prices Speak Lower Than Words m x i A il Bus Mi M in 1 ami Lies - w Black and blue fine all wool Sergei ioto J5i8 Big lots Black Clay Diagonals io to 25 A great dis- Â¬ play Fancy all wool Cheviots 8 to 815 Hundreds of them All the latest Tan Shades All the latest shapes of toes Russia Calf Goat and Seal In fact alt the very latest novelties for men and ladies is ifl Mis R Dunlap Co best hats at 350 We show a great line of hats 50 cents up to ffl SEE WINDOW DISPLAY SHIRTScents were go at 1 - SHIRTS yf 4-- Childrens Suits Fancy Cheviots 2 50 to 6 Jerseys Blue and Black 225 to Tricots and Clay Diagonals 6 to 5 Ladies and Misses Oxfords commence in price 65 cts 1 up to 85 cts 3 No other house can show such an immense line of White Pique Shirts Cluett Coon Cos make 75 150 10 one half price Our Mens and Boys commence in price 125 150 2 up to 6 See our job lots 25 cts a pair up to 150 Less than Fancy Negligee that were 2 and 250ast season We have hundreds of them 5 In fact wc show a more attractive line of boys and childrens suits than ever before W Our great line of Sox cts up to 50 cts Handkerchiefs cts up to 75 cts 5 cts 10 locts cts 15 cts cts 25 All ladies evening slippers Bronze Grey Brown WhiteS Pink and Blue about one half price cts 7 cts 15 25 2 CRUTCHER FRMKFORT Z 11 pub STARKS OR- - a R hi ir andauntapparentlyingood health On Monday of last week s e was The cold wave has caused a sad taken suddenly ill and began to Hook on the faces of the farmers decline rapidly growing worse Doubtless the fruit and tobacco day by day until 1020 Wednesplants are killed Farm work was day evening when she sank peaceprogressing nicely and many were fully to sleep and her gentle spirit done sowing oats winged us flight on the cool Moore of Peytonia vis- Â¬ evening zephyrs back to the God Owen who gave it Her dear little form ited this community this week which has been racked by pain Miss Lulie Moore has returned and tossed by the relentless hand home after a visit of two weeks of disease has been laid away in to her sister Mrs J E Deakins the silent city of the dead to await near Christiansburg the coming of the glorious time Mrs Cal Green of Woodford When it shall put on immortality county who was called to the Little Annie was a sweet child bedside of her neice in this com and one that became endeared to all who knew her Her patient munity has returned home endurance and kind affectionate Mr Charles Perkins son was on manner begetting love within her his way to church Sunday niqht j friends Although of a tender when his horse stumbled and fell age she realized her approaching throwing him off The horse rose death and expressed her willing Â¬ to its feet and stumbled again and ness to go She would sing Down He came fell dead in the road in the Saviour I near falling on the boy It was a Will Go Vallev with myme There and Meet valuable horse which makes it a Weep not dear ones dry your tears heavy loss Annie will arise when her Sivlour appears The remains were interred in the Mr Wm Arnsparger and wife bed- Â¬ burying ground at Christiansburg who have been attending the side of their daughter have re- Â¬ beside her mother to await the turned to their home in Woodford coming of her Saviour county Died At his home near LebaW D Duncan has purchased non Church on Sunday March another farm of fifty acres This 25th Mr Jack Clark died of He has been a added to those already possessed consumption sufferer for a long time confined him makes a total of three by to his room for several months Fabrem Pool of Bagdad visit- He leaves a wife and several chil- Â¬ ed relatives in this community dren to mourn his death James Howerof Christiansburg Mr Tom Roach who has been visited in this community Sunday confined to his room for six or Died At the home of her seven weeks jivith fever is still grandparents J T and Ann very sick Close Observer Moore after an illness of ten days Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE H G MATTERS TIKCE- - W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at the just closed amount to 3939 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2290 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 51504 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 53412 hhds The market again closed firm and active and we note no change from last week except upon tobacco in soft order prices on this being weaker The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ 3 50 4 50 7 50 Sal ft H nn nnr markof frtr tVio nroalr PllillWltr 334 MAIN STREET IN LEXINGTON KY u V Saturday Marph 31 1894 Saturady April 14 1892 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured tvltlinit operation un d with little or no puln i inm FRANKFORT K REEERENCES Trash dark or damaged 2 50 tobacco Common Oolory trashy 4 00 Medium to good colory 5 00 trash Common lugs not colory 4 00 6 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 7 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 00 11 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Select or wrappery bacco 1893 crop FOR SALE OR RENT STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE TWO STORY J A Scott Frankfoit Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten irunkfort Ky V W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky c W Annie Arnsparger daughter of Wm Arnsparger of Woodford years 6 months and 4 days She was visiting her grandparents at the time of Annie is her illness and death were the sad words that dead passed from lip to lip on last Wednesday evening About three weeks ago she came to her grandfathers in company with her uncle 11 Â¬ seases in New York comes from carelessness about catching cold Bays Dr Syrus Edson It is such u simple thing and so common that very few people unless it is a case of pneumonia pay any attention to a cold New York is one of the health Â¬ iest placeB on the Atlantic coast and yet there are a great many cases of catarrh and consumption which have their origin in tbiB neglect of the simplest precaution of everyday life The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of it as soon as ossible By all means do not neglect t Dr Edson does not tell you how to cure a cold but we will Take Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will relieve the lungs aid expectora Â¬ tion open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles tor sale by P H Car Â¬ penter South Side Druggist Perhaps you would not but a very large proportion of di b IIOIC 5 00 A residence combined STOREROOM and located on Benson 7 50 Avenue Ballepolnt u off red for sale or rent possession given March 1st Will rent department separately If desired Apply toeither 9 00 JOBflMITII 11 0C 2f 2m next door 15 00 18 00 21 50 No local dealer can compete with us in varlety or price our new designs and colorings are think so handsomer than ever before Â¬ Bev L P Hulett Benson Ky A K McClure Frankfort Ky ff J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jns M WltbrowFrunkrort Ky DR KELLEYS ofllce and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ DAYS Pamchlets describing these iIIhmum and the mode of treatment Bent free to any one w i acjjLiKX oyuuaressing Berberlch Frankfort K M il Ma Eight St Cincinnati CONSULTATION FREE 250 W mu O Wall Rrml We can save you per cent on every roll of oaper you buy 60 Paper CO Pfyfe ind age of samples In crnts to inn v noatasrie on large pack ceilings Match borders and iBoorpanled Tbe HEGAN WALL PAPER nit i 10 2m 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY NOTICE Fkankfoht Ky March 12 IBM Is to assume ull debts of the firm of Hannen Uursey and all persons Indebted to said llrni are to settle with C L Hannen THIS Is to certify that Hunnen OHursoy have partnership and that L Huiinen Mar 174m W 8 HURSKY L HANNEN Josluli Allens Wife The famous authoress of My Opin ions and Betsy Bobbetts states that she owes her freedom from colds and general good health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re gards as the greatest medicine pf the age Old Dr Hale having been her physician years ago gives her great confidence in all of Dr Hales House Â¬ hold remedies the best in the world Â¬ Â¬ tounty aged For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman One automatic Wilcox Gibbs sewing machine on Machine very reasonable terms in good repair Apply at 227 Thiid street South Side Â¬ Ceda i Posts I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises Sept 23 For Sale tf Sold by PH Carpenter d Feb 2 tf T N Arnold Job work neatly vs exe- Â¬ I cuted at this office Mi