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Digital page images are linked to the text file. hi v IfWw INB Jt a The yoL Frankfort A EOMDABOIIT -- VI a GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 32 ve xvii Highest of all in Leavening Power m Council Meeting i FBANKFORT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY APEIL A Gocicl Idcn U 1894 1 J Sffl Baking Powder Madison and Broadway so as to allow it to throw more light SWWTeW ABSOLUTELY PURE m Tuesday April io 94 Adopted The Mayor arid alt the members The same committee reported of the council were present except in favor of putting in 8 electric councilman Williams I9gaslights The minutes of the last meetings lightsand cutting off i BSt were read and approved A petition was read from citizens asking the remission of fine against Thos Griffy Referred to police committee Petition of Margaret Grayson asking remission of fine against her daughter Referred to police committee Office second Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Petition of citizens of Conway hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles rstreet asking for two electric NEWSDEALER lights Referredto gas committee FLOUR AND FEED GUY BARRETT Petition of wiss Jennie Craik REOCK DONALDSON Dyspepsia News Dealer and for permission to build frame Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary Flour Meal Feed and Dr Hales Household Tea will cure Bookseller bouse on Shelby street Granted Country Produce it We have a great many testimo Â¬The receipt of Treasurer Guy nials from people who say ithasabso332 Fincel Block South Side Fine Stationery Periodicals of Main Street all kinds Fancy Barrett formoney received from an1 Goods taue ana cose a Ojsters FishPickles name In season Choice and Preserves Mrs A H McClufe for bal- Â¬ package at P H Carpenters drug b store PAINTERS ance due the city in her LIVERY hands as executrix of her W B BRIDGEFORD MANGAN DARNELL Jate husband was read and the The Painter Fine Livery Mayor was ordered to give quietus Terms Reasonable in full of settlement of the late 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly oa Treasurers account 219 Main Street hand On motion of Mr Pruett the paper was ordered embodied in Tthe original resolution adopted a previous meeting and at ik Adopt- - keeper made a matter of record ed On motion of Mr Haly the GOODS screen The reports of the city officers matter was postponed and referred were received arid ordered filed to the workhouse committee The report of the assessor was Mr Haly moved that the Giotn Hoes ana LOWEST received It shows a total assess- - council proceed with the election VAf - - Bakes To Adopted W ment of 53863864 or an increase of a tax collector PRICES Brusnes over last years assessment of Mr James Hainan was placed 699482 The report on motion in nomination and receiving ajl of Mr Haly was received and the votes cast was declared elected Gonce the book ordered turned bver to The bridge committee were instructed to draw on the bridge the supervisors Adopted M Miles from the finance turid to pay estimates on the work Please take notice that I will move Committee reported a resolution on the approaches from my present location to authorizing the city attorney to The bridge committee were Harris old stand employ additional counsel to as- instructed to sell the ferry boat Wi sist in the collection of back taxes and cables belonging to tfie city ly y Keierred to hnance committee HARDWARE MERCHANT Mr Utterback moved that the No 214 St Clair Street f A i reoori was received trom nn uas company be requested to jjineer Ely in relation ito the pave- - light the gas on the fountain in Announcement We have printed a pamphlet ment in front of the Johnston front of the Custom House and Next door to R K McClure No apology is necessary on the giving the symptons fit cause Son on H property on the bouth bide which the Water Company to turn the score of medical propriety for varieties c of cancers and was referred to street committee water on said fountain thus announcing to the profession tumors Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ and the public that we have made esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ Â¬ Mr Haly moved that the comwith power to act J - AM - 1 a long careful and special study dressing motion of Mr Pruett the mittee on hall be instructed to On of cancerous diseases together Drs Current Smith Mayor was directed to make ar- Â¬ have the council chamber refitted And if you are in need of any with all malignant and other Paris Ky 17 tf rangements for paying the ity and refurnished so as to be made tumors and are able to offer the in the Dry Goods thing results of our extensive experience Sfsschobl teachers their salary more comfortable Adopted W J Scottow keeps on hand Fancy Goods or Notion in Kentucky and surrounding a fresh supply of Aromalt Dont The monthly accounts were Adopted line you should take countries in a system of rational fail to include a package in your The ordinances defining the duties then allowed advantage of and successful treatment that we next ordefor groceries On motion of Mr Miles Messrs 28 6t of the tax collector and clerk were believe has never heretofore been Utterback and Pruett were added this referred back to ordinance com- - to the license committee attained and we are able to point Dr Halos Household Oiutment to thousands of successful cases The council then adjourned to Is the finest remedy in meet Tuesday night to take action not in a boasting but rather in a It absolutely cures catarrh the world Several ordinances then had fi It euros spirit of thankfulness that we are Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures L their second reading and were on the license ordinance As Prices Tell an Everybody thus able to prove so clearly our Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum passed among the number was in the most soothinir manner Cures Woll Hot a Cent assertion that our system does Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Tells the Prices tte one prohibiting cattle hogs cure cancer With a positive Oures Coughs and Colds Can be w and geese from running at large You will read this It la to call your knowledge of this fact now so taken internally A positive speoiflc attontion to tho fact that Dr Bruisesj Burns fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ for pneumonia Outs long standing Mr Utterback from the eras Household Ointment is the Hales finest Chilblains Sores of remedy in the world for conoral use ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ Oorns and Bunions are cured quickly committee reported in favor of Jt takes away pains at once For fession we should be wanting in different from all else superior to all removing the electric light from ouis ourns oruiseB neuralgia ana a humanity if we neglected any olse it has no equal 25 and 50o boxeB one Large size cheapest Sold at P H the front of the Midland depot to hundred ailments tno is apt to have nouso an the means in our power to spread the Carpenters drug store 3ou wane ic in 8 the top of ithe hill so as to time and after you have once glad tidings among those afflicted tried it you it 25 For SAiiEORRENX- - My dwelling light the roadway and also to and 60 oents wont be withoutCarpen Â¬ At No 319 Main Street near with this most terrible and hope a box at P H houso on Ann street State National Bank less of diseases jjgrause tne ilight at the corner of ters dnuj store 6 J T Buckley tf Mr Marshall moved to amend by making it 10 more elecric lights and cutting off 24 gas lights the lights to be placed on Holmes Mero Shelby and Conway streets The substitute was adopted and the mayor was authorized to make contract with Gas and Electric Light Company Mr Haly from special com- Â¬ mittee moved that the sum of 20 be appropriated to help pay for fence around city and county burying ground Adopted Mr Miles moved that clerk be instructed to write Prof Nelson to forward all plans and papers in his possession in relation to new bridge Adopted The resignation of Professor Nelson was received and accepted The special committee appoint ed to confer with officers of Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland Railway in relation to interest on bonds was given further time Mr Utterback moved to go into the election of a Workhouse Â¬ The city and county will sell at pvublic sale next county court day BILLIARDS AD POOL the lot on the east side of St ROBERT GORDON Clair street at the north end of the CHAS G PAYNE Painter and Paperhanger bridge and will require the purBilliards and Pool chaser to erect upon it a two story FURNISHED ON iTie Club Main Street ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders brick building or better during The finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and left at M P Grays Hardware Storo will receive prompt attention Bowling Alleys attached Mar 31 3m this year Should a neat new building be put up there it vvilt CONFECTIONER LAWYERS shut off the view from the bridge fOHN R TODD CHAS T RA Y of unsightly back premises and Manufacturing now if the city and county will Attorney at Law Confectioner tear away and rebuild or improve St Clair Street Frankfort Kentucky the old buildings on the west side Home made Candles 4 Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Office In the Hume Building of Bridge street at the south end and Soda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco Near new brldee of the bridge the surroundings VM CROMWELL DRUGS will be more in keeping with the Attorney at Law handsome structure which spans W H AVERILL Frankfort Kentucky the river Druggist 1 Bushiess and Professional Directory Passed A Main Street opp City Hall general stock of Drugs and Of those who stood the Civil specialty Cigars hoursTobacco Prescriptions comnoundeAat all Service examination in this city fNO W R WILLIAMS CO recently the following passed Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ Fine Stationery a chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans WJ CHINNtJR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House Carriers Louis Harris 84 J M Williams 82 Watt Stephens 73 Bert Bacorf 70 Clerk Aleck Johnson 76 and Hugh McKee 70 Druggists 314 Main Sit eel WTSL rJreLujFi Bile r Pose Best Pais ire III Win ft -I- t Play m M 11 Â¬ M P GRAY Vfc I Removal Sale i r - HART5TEIN5 ilV fcV -- 1 v u4 R Hudson Humphries Cassell EUl3UI3Lll2U135ll2ai2ai3EIUaLH uuuaQUiaauaKagaiauuaBgizaisatiucauauauauaiiaua READY MAD LIJJ L HI 5 Â¬ 1 MEPIT TAILORING ing We would impress upon you that we buy only of the best manufacturers and that our cloth o rJF jmmmm fi-- Is Better Fits Bene i Wears Better We Than the ordinary kind call your special attention to our 10 1250 1350 1500 suits Thej7 are the best to be had for We are relfctble the money dealers and never misrepresent Try us for a spring suit Oursticcess 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 s 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¬ raraGanai5aRanaraxaRarar5ariarararaKgR3rnr5aKarar5ai5arar3rariaararnr5Ft rcar aisaEnriarsarcarcaFsara x1 Oh SPRING WOOLENS In the choicest and latest designs now ready for inspection Hudson Humphries CasseIl MiBs Mary Watts Brown is visiting Killed by the Train friends in Covington Mr John Brady left Monday for On Tuesday thetowboat Andy Mrs Thomas Willis is visiting her MIbs Mamie Kiernan has returned Harrodsburg to reside parents in Versailles from a visit to Lexington belonging to Messrs Barrett Mr Ed O Leigh returned Monday Mr Ben Dudley of Louisville F was Miss Mamie Thompson of Mt Son was here with a tow of coal from a visit to Paducah in the city Thursday Sterling who has been visiting Miss Heeney spent Thursday Mr James Hon I M Quigley of Paducah Hooker Hazelrigir on Third street and passed down the river the in Cincinnati on business spent Monday in this city returned home Wednesday same afternoon At Wothville Col Bennett H Young of Louis Â¬ Miss Maggie Dudley is visiting Mrs Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis- she laid up Wednesday on account ville was in the city on Monday Worthington in Covington ville spent Wednesday and Thurs Â¬ of high water and Capt Cash Mr S A Norman returned Tues Mr Joe Schweers spent Sunday day in this city the guest of Major H T Stanton on Shelby street Claxton the pilot and Mr T B day from a business trip to Arkansas I with bis family in this city having Mr ThomaB Averill left Wednesday Mrs L F Johnson Is visiting her Mr Homer Stucky and wife and Langley the engineer for a visit of several days to Louis Â¬ siBter in Versailles this week Mr George Browder of Louisville nothing else to do walked up ville spent Sunday in this city with Miss Maggie May Thomason is S P Browder on Shelby street Mrs into the town They hadbeen Mrs Grant Green jr is visiting visiting friends in Louisville her mother Mrs John F DaviB in Mrs M McEnnis there but a short time when a Mrs Loulie B Lonemoor and son of Bellepoint is Louisville Woodford left Tuesday for Oynthi train came along on the L visiting her son in Louisville N ana having been summoned there Miss Henrietta Blackburn of Spring Miss Cordelia Lindsey is visiting on account of the illness of a rela road and in some way Mr Lang Station spent Tuesday with friends Miss Ada Raily in Lexington ive in this city ley was run over by the cars and Mr Thomas Taaffe of Harksdeal Mrs Mat Adams left Tuesday mornCapt John E Abraham of Louis- so badly injured that he died ing for Richmond to visit friends for Miss is visiting relatives here ville recently appointed Inspector several days He was a splendid Mr Loraine Rogers of Waco Tex of Steamboat Hulls in that city was Thursday in town Monday shaking hands with looking young man and his unMr J H Edelen of Lebanon is is visiting his parents in this city visiting his son Mr T L Edelen on Capt M P Bolan and John Droge Ewing street of Covington were in the city yester- Â¬ Miss Marie Louise Kreer of Chica- Â¬ timely death was a great shock to go who has been visiting Aliss Mary those who knew him here Miss May Bohannan left Saturday day to visit her aunt Mrs Isaac Risley Mrs John H Stewart has returned Jillson on High street for several in La Grange from a visit to friends in Fayette weeks left Monday for a visit to Gov McKinloy Not Coming friends in St Louis Mr S P Burks of St Joseph Mis Â¬ county Mr Ed W Ayres and Mrs Duane f Gov William souri has been visitng friends in this Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter McKinley has oity the past week Miss Jennie are spending a few days Brown of thiB county were called to Norborne Missouri last week by notified the committee of the Gar- Mr and Mrs J B Hendrick left in Louisville dangerous illness Wednesday morning for a visit to Mrs M J Lewis returned yester- the Elizabeth Ayres of their mother field Glib that it will be impossible Mrs Louisville friends in day morning from a visit to relatives for him to attend the meeting of Mrs Maria Hanor of Chicago who Mr Joe LeCompte of Lexington in Louisville the State League of Republican pent Tuesday in this city looking MisB Virginia Brown left Thursday has been visiting relatives in this vioinity for some time left Clubs in this city as his official After business interests for a visit of several weeks to friends citv and Saturday for La Grange to visit her Mrs 0 M Walcutt came down in Henderson duties are such that it will be im- Â¬ daughter Mrs I T Risley sev- Tuesday from Midway to spend Mrs Job Smith who has been quite eral days with relatives ill at her home in Bellepoint for sever- Mrs George F Berry Mrs George possible for him to leave home at H Watson Mr W L Cannon and that time He already has an en- Â¬ Mr John H Stewart spent Satur- - al weeks is no better Miss Nellie Orbison attended the day and Sunday with mends near Dr J W Baxter returned Wednes concert for the benefit of the Pro Â¬ gagement to speak on Memorial Childsburg Fayette county day from a visit of several weeks to testant Infirmary in Lexington Wed Day whjch is the day before the Mrs Sam B Holmes and son Mas Â¬ his brother in Austin Texas nesday evening meeting here and has been com ter John are visiting her mother Mrs Florence Garrett and daugh Â¬ Mr Henry Oraik Mrs Jane Todd in LouiBVille ter Mrs F H Bagby have gone to for Rogers Arkansasleft toWednesdas pelled o decline numerous other supervise Mr W H Barbeo of Georgetown Western Kentucky to visit friends the removal of the remains of the invitations The committee will and Mr B T Quilling of Cleveland Mr W 0 Macklin who broke late Langston Bacon and his sister Ohio were in the city Tuesday his leg a few weeks ago at Look No 0 Miss Sarah formerly of this city endeavor to have some other for interment in the family lot in our speaker of national reputation to Mrs Mollie Williamson was called is at home and able to get about on cemetery crutches to Indianapolis last week by the dangerous illness of her mother Mrs Judith 0 Drane the venerable address the meeting Mrs Hejen McOlure returned Mon Â¬ Geo C and weeks mother for a Judge G B Swango- and wifere- - day sister visit of severalHodges to Ed M of Judge been very Capt ill at Mrs Jas A Drane has in Madeline Merli her turned Tuesday from a visit of several Louisville the residence of Judge Drane this weeks to friends in Mt Sterling The old lady is in her 02d Theie has been a great deal Miss Eliza Singleton of Louisville week but Â¬ Mrs Maggie J Gaines and daugh Â¬ who has been visiting Misses Bettie yenr good has so far enjoyed remark done of late years toward realum on yesterday ably and ter Miss Jennie returned yesterday Koenon and Morrio Gillum returned was a great healthbdtter deal We have had real on the stage from a visit to friends in Louisville home Wednesday real real water E A Ponick and family of fire engines Rev Mr H D Reynolds and bride of Lieutenant Kirby U S A is in the Camden New Jersey are visiting burglars real horses c but it Cynthiana were in the city Monday city having been ordered here from Prof T M Turner and wife on Sec Â¬ the guests of Dr 0 H Reynolds on New Mexico by the War Department ond street Mr Penicks health has never seems to enter the head of v to inspect the State Guard Second street been so bad during the past winter the average manager to produce Nine Mrs Lucy Tate who has been con Â¬ he was compelled to take a short real life or natural acting Miss Hocker Hazelrigg loft Wed nesday for Mt Sterling where she fined to the house for several months vacation from his pastoral duties tenths of the plays require the is very much worse and her condi Â¬ and will spend a portion of it with acted as bridesmaid at the most exaggerated style of acting old friends hero tion is becoming very serious wedding PERSONAL Sunday in this city Messrs Will and Lee Dudley spent Â¬ and as common people are in the majority this style of work will always have a large following The refined class living in the small cities that cannot readily enjoy this sensational class plays and players are compelled to go to the large cities to see the best acting or stay at home and wait for the really good artists which sometimes visit one night Madeline Merli who will stands appear at the Opera House on Tuesday evening next April 17th is a first class actress and as such her engagement in our city should be encouraged by a large audience of our best people tf Â¬ A Good Position Mr Wallace McCloy who has been learning telegraphy and the railroad business at the L N Station in this city for some time has been appointed station agent N Railroad at Tay of the L lorsville Those who never read the adver Â¬ tisements in their newspapers misa more than they presume Jonatcan Kension of Bolan Worth Co Iowa who had been troubled with rheuma tism in his baok arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about how a prominent German citizen of Ft Madison had been cured He pro- Â¬ cured the same medicine and to use It cured me right his own words up A neighbor He also says and his wife were both sick in bed Their boywasr with rheumatism over to my house and said they were so bad he had to do the cooking I told him of Chamberlains Pain Balm and how it had oured me he got a bottle and it cured them up in a week 50 cents bottles for sale by P H Carpenter South Side druggiBt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Great Novelty Free A very unique and handsome nickje plated box for carrying postage stamps in the vest pocket will be mailed free upon receipt of Stamps eight cents for postage Address C B Ryan accepted O Ry- - Cin AGPA C cinnati Ohio - -- Â¬ Typewkter for Sale A No Caligraph Typewriter in excel lent condition is offered for sale at a bargain Apply at this offiee 2 Â¬ a AUdL Mi iAbJfc tfirfKMKJ u KC 3 I NEW GOODS are constantly adding new goods to our line and now have ready for inspection a fine assortment of Hi rsn i2u oIjLDIjIiI r7 r21 rsei WJ r7inririnrnr7immrnnir7innriarirTirarnrnririn uuuuLJLULuiJjjjkJCJuijtsuuujiuJUULrJujujL WE THE JEWELER Wedding and Birthday Presents Iff FRAHKFORT SEE OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF KY IlfcT Storlkig Silver and Extra Plated Ware i Belt Buckles Hair Pins Hat Pins and Silver Novelties Court of Claims A busy session of the Court of Claims was held on Monday at Avhich Judge B G Williams presided and all the magistrates were present Â¬ A ZSTcut Piece or Work I m V Far -- The Cosmopolitan for April con- Â¬ tains a fragment of a most remarkable story which is well authenticated to have come from the pen of the first Napoleon when the future ruler of nations was a lieutenant of artillery If it is a fair sample of the literary ability at the Euperor it is well for his reputation and possibly for the world in spite of the deluge of blood into which he plunged Europe that he decided to stick to the military count profession The story would do The matter of repairing credit to the modern blood and County Judges office was referred LOUISVIIiLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ thunder school but it shows as is to a committee composed of remarked by Frederick Masson un- Â¬ KET der whose editorship the piece was Squires McDonald and Rodman published the natural trend of Na- Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT and Judge Williams with power LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE poleons mind to scenes of bloodshed to act Sales on our market for the week The only interest which could attach Squire McDonald was appoint just closed amount to 3067 hhds with itself comes from its authorship luueipiH iur nm huiiio period 01 ed to correspond with our Sena- hhds Sales on our market since xizLÂ¬ Jan much food for re It is 58656 uary tors and Congressmen and en- of the1st amount to on ourhhds Sales flectionstrange how to crop of 1893 market to the thoughtful there is deavor to secure an appropriation this date amount to 60236 hhds person in the smallest incident The tfrom Congresss to pay for the old during general quality of theofferings For instance when travelling by rail the week was very poor St Claitstreet bridge which was Clear red fillers with body were one gets so many glimpses of stran Â¬ scarce and when they did appear in gers You see a young lady torn down by order of the Secre- Â¬ the offerings were in demand at in- Â¬ get onlives train at a station and a the creased figures All other grades of tary of War burley continued throughout the young man who assists her on board A committee was appointed to week with but little or no change study the faces of the two and you The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ can possibly weave a romance inquire into the propriety of em resent our market for burley to- Â¬ around them You pass a farmer at ploying a civil engineer to lookJ bacco 1893 crop work in his field scarcely taking alter the turnpikes otN the county Trash dark or damaged 2 50a 3 50 time to glance at the monster travel After allowing numerous small tobacco claims the conrt adjourned until Common Oolory trash 4 00ijj 4 50 or perchance ceasing his labor to Medium to good colory Monday next when the tax raje 5 00 7 50 look as long as the flying train is trash How many counties and for this year will be fixed Common lugs not colory 4 00 5 00 in sight Common Colory lugs 7 50 tragedies has that man taken part in 6 50 Medium to good colory Released from tlio Bond Study your fellow travelers ex lugs 7 50 9 00 What tales they lay bare Common to medium 11 0C pressions 00 The case of the Commonwealth Medium to good leaf loaf118 00 15 00 for him who can but read Of course 15 00 18 00 their lives are nothing to us with the vs Hiram Berry from this county Good to fine leaf 18 00 21 50 usual absorption in ourselves Select or wrappory but re Â¬ was affirmed by the Court of flect for a moment how many lives Mr Berry Specimen Cases Appeals oil Tuesday there are in the world each of which was surety upon the bond of the is to its possessor fraught with just S H Clifford of New Cassell Wis late Sheriff E O Hawkins but was troubled with Neuralgia and as much interest as ours is to us hi8 from some informality in the exe- Â¬ Rheumatism liver stomach was disor Â¬ Does he not live best who takes part was affected to an in the most lives oC his fellows with dered his cution of the bond Mr Berry was alarming degree appetite foil away a kind word here a smile there a and he was in flesh released but the Commoriwealth and strength terribly reduced of Elec warning when needed Man was not Three bottles meant to be selfish and he who lives brought suit to make him respon tric Bitters curod him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg for others comes nearest to being sible The Franklin Circuit Court 111 what the Creator intended him to be decided in his favoV the Com- eight had a running sore on his log of years standing Used three The Recluse monwealth appealed and the Ap- bottles of Electric Bitters and seven Om hnrrftr pellate Court has now affirmed boxes of Buoklons Arnica Salve and not keep house hnlvna nv rlifiv nmilrl withoutOhamberlains his leg is sound and well John the decision of the lower court It is used in more Speaker Catawba O had five largo Cough Remedy fever sores on his leg doctors said than half tho homes in Leeds Sims The Evolution he was incurable One bottle Elec Bros Leeds Iowa This shows the trio Bitters and one box Bucklens osteom in which that remedy is held Arnica Salve cured entirely whore it has boon sold for years and Of medicinal agents df gradually Sold by the South Side him store is well known Mothers havelearned drug relegating the old time herbs 3 there is nothing so good for colds P H Carpenter croup and whooping cough that it pills draughts and vegetable exeuros these ailmonts quickly and per Â¬ Â¬ Corrugated and V crimped roof- manently and that it is pleasant and tracts to the rear and bringing 25 and 50 snfe for ahildren to take ing iron for sale cheap by into general use the pleasant and V T T DU1U UJ 11 UUIUDO iuuu Knitnn 1UIh nnln Uif X TJ UAIV E POWER It penteh South Side druggist effective liquid laxative Syrup of To get the true remedy Figs rOU DYSPEPSIA you weak that it is manufactured by the see Indigestion and Stomach disorders take nilOWNH IKON UlTTRKS worn out take Co only and California Fig Syrup All dealers keep it 81 per bottle Genuine has itrade niark and crossed red lines ou wranper For sale by all leading druggists BROWNS IRON BITTERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One thousand dollars was allow ed to each of the four magisterial districts outside of the city for the repair and improvement of old turnpikes and three thousand dolJars was appropriated for the ex- Â¬ tension of two pikes in the Bald Knob district School Districts Nos u 24 and 33 were allowed seventy five dollars each The contract for repairing and rebuilding the road between the two bridges on the west side of the river was awarded Mr George Herndon whose bid was seven liundred and fifty dollars The delinquent tax list of the Sheriff was received and he was given credit by same on his ac- Â¬ - Mr Chas M Bridgeford has about completed a nice piece of work in painting papering and interior decorating at the new store of Mr A Hartstein on St Clair street which reflects credit upon him as a workman He is taking contracts of this kind and guarantees satisfaction in every case Deafness Cant Be Cured THE AB0V COT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding preseais By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When the tube gets inflamed you have a rambling sonnd or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf ness is the result and nnless the in Â¬ flammation can be taken ont and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases ont of ten are caused by catarrh whioh is nothing bnt an in flamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cose of deafness caused by catarrh that 0 cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for the oirculars free LeGompte Apr 14 Gayle Co South Side CO 3m General Comment JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Have Removed From the Batzeil Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hotel will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a time short BThey Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores TetterNChapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded For sale by Price 25 cents per box 8 1y Phil Carpenter Â¬ m I EEM0VES DANDRUFF AND 0UEES Best Headlight oil per gallon Fire Proof oil por cents galon 10 cents at J Heeneys 8y South Side grocer it kite Cleans tho Scalp and M ECZEMA Miles Nerve and Liver Fills 6he Act on a new principleregulating liver stomach and bowels though Restores the Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Hair from Lifeless bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ Condition For Sale tion Splendid for men women and by all Druggists children Smallest mildest surest Price 25c 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly feb 10 ly My resi- Â¬ on Main street opposite the dence i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1KIUKMAKK For Sale or Rent Mrs VV Presbyterian Church 4 EQ-U-AL- 12 B Rodman Go to V J Scottows for Aro malt the great health drink iS 6t Â¬ Coughing leads to Consumption Stop the Cough heal the Lungs and strengthen the System I e Four weeks byour method of teachlngbook keeping Is euual to twelve weeks by the Positions guaranteed under certain old iiliiu Best patronized Business College la conditions the South 500 Students In attendance the pant year Eleven Teachers Nashville Is the educa No tional center of tne South Cheap lizard We vacation Enter any time Home Study have recently prepared book on Book kPepIng Shorthand and Penmanship especially adapted to home study Send or our Iree illustrated 80 page catalogue and state jour wants Ad dress J F DitAUoiioN President Draughons Practical Business College and School of Short hand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn N U -- Wo pay 0 casli for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc rej orted to us provided we llll same Mention this paper when ou write Â¬ Â¬ with J Scotts f PHLEEGER M D Physician and Surgeon Onic and residence Hoge Building St Clair Mar HMin and Main streets up stairs Emulsion I Â¬ - 1 If all feel the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphites It Is palatable and easy on the stomach Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived Ptwpartit bjr Painting y Pawing PROMPTLY AND satisfaction guaranteed Papr hung in the latest style at the following prices 10 cents Side wall per bolt Celling per bolt 10 cents PEN Mur SMui WORK EXECUTED by N Scott A Down Substitutes Y Al Druggltti RHSShelbystreet South Side MERCHANT t xJff 4- f I lira ti Were Down TO RELIEVE THE MOST PROTRACTED PANIC OP THE AGE I3NTC3r 1 Driving the Engine of Progress the of the line CUT old prejudices and old prices JJLmTLm AVAIL YOURSELVES OP THOSE PEERLESS PIOKUPS WHILE THEY LAST ALOKTG Economizers note MPT3CE3 UlxrES Belt Buckles 7 5c to 4 Stick Pins 10c to 25c Hat Marks 25c to 50c Sword Pins 1 5c to 75c Book Marks 25c to 75 Hat Pins 25c to 1 Hair Pins 25c to 2 Garters 1 to 3 FfiANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt t h e post ofllce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter Sterling Silver Novelties W LTHE JESXfcXjESI COPPERSMITH The best and individual attention given to my repair department as I dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 14 1894 SATURDAYS SCRAP A Pistol and Slung Shot Get in Their Work Late Saturday afternoon a party of young men were in the back room of Fincel Brothers meat store on St Clair street when a difficulty arose between two of the party Sanford Pune Goin and Will L Collins in which one or two blows were struck when the parties were separated by those present and Goin taken out on the street Collins started to leave in a little while and just after getting into the store proper Goin came back from the door rushed at Collins and struck him on the forehead with a slung shot made of a canister shot wrapped in his handkerchief cutting his head terribly and knocking him down As Collins arose from the floor he came up with a pistol in his hand and commenced firing The first shot struck Goin in the left thigh passing through the muscles above the bone and the second took effect in the left side of the neck passing around and striking the top of the right collar bone which deflected it out The last shot felled him to the floor when Collins ceased firing and gave up his pistol Goin was taken to the office of who dressed his Dr Phleeger he was afterwards wounds and removed to his home on Mero street where he has since been Colconfined to the hous arrested lins was immediately gave bond for his appearance and after having the wound in his head dressed went his home in Â¬ The Governor responded to the summons and appeared before the jury on Wednesday morning but it is said that like when pursued by Officer Norwood climbed a tree on Broadway and looking down at the officer remarked that he was nine leet from the ground above the law and could not be arrested His Excellency inform ed the jury that he was the Gov ernoi of the State not subject to the grand jury and could not be questioned bythat body in regard to any knowledge he might possess So there now hes going to keep it all to himself and fire it off en the stump when he g ts ready But what says Bro Woodson He cant get off on any such dodge as that and will have to go a fishing Jimmie-the-Well-Digger Â¬ Will Me tller Tuisday The United btates Inter State Commerce Commission will meet in this city on Tuesday to hear the case of Messrs J E Mi es Son against the L N and C O Railroads Messrs Miles Son complain that the railroad companies discriminate against them in freight rates in that flour ground from Northern wheat is shipp d for Louisville millers Irom that city to points in Virginia for 12 cents per hundred or in other words charging a higher rate and then giving a reb ite which brings the charge down to 1 2 cents where- Â¬ as they are charged 18 cents per hundred from this city to the same points and are allowed no rebate thus preventing their put- Â¬ ting flour manufactured here in The Complexion of a Chinese competition with the Louisville article They will be represented Is not yellower than that ot an unfortunate Individual whose liver complaint has assumed before the commission by Messrs the chronic form The eyeba Is ot the sufferer Edelen while the railroads assume a saffron nue there Is dull pain In the Knott region ot the organ affected the tongue Is coated will have their stronge t attorneys breath sour sick headaches usually but not here io lok after their interests always occu and there Is sometimes dizziness Corihtpatltn on arising from a bitting posture decision of the case will be and dystepilu are also attendants ot till very The common ailment always In Its uggravatliw form watched for with interest as Uble to breed abcesses of the liver which are very dangerous Hostetters Stomuch Bitters Messrs Miles Son will not alone wholly eradicates It as well as the troubles com plicated with It and which It originates In chills and fever a couiDlamt which always yields be affected by it as some of the to the Bitters the liver ts herlously involved This fine alterative tonic remcres costlveness questions involved are of great and indigestion rheumatic nervous and kidney importance to the large sawmill trouble and debility interests here Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE KY Now is the time to plant We have a new and complete stock of HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT G arcaerL La Ian21 A On hand and will ask you to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE lt ndreth C - s- - L GrAYLE JOE T STATES CO I Have purchased the entire stock of X FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Â¬ facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 SOLID OAK SUIT CITY ASSESSMENT Ijarge Increase Over Imst Year The report of City Assessor Z Supper and Bazaar The ladies of Ascension Church Guild will give a bazaar and supper at the residence on the south- Â¬ west corner of Main and Washing- Â¬ ton streets on Wednesday evening next April 8th for the benefit ol the church A great variety of fancy articles will be offered for sale and an elegant supper will All are invited he served Â¬ 1 T Thomasson which was made to the city council on Tuesday evening gives the following fig- Â¬ ures in regard to the assessed value of property in the city First Ward Whites 1678894 Colored 50700 1729 594 602703 i 1 perot 1500 1800 m OHEVAL Oome now and look we have 100 Suits and ove 300 Bedsteads to sen in toe next tew montns Increase over Second Ward 1893 i 226 ANN STREET jAc JAr-r--Jtr-JWr-r White Colored 1893 -- 1131599 v Clerk in Post Oillce Increase over the country Goin is a son of the late Philfp Goin and has been for several months one of the runners while of the fire department Collins is a son of Mr Z T Col- Â¬ lins the South Side meat merchant and has heretofore borne the reputation of being a peace ble quiet young man Â¬ having Mr Alex Johnson 1153209 passed the civil service examina Â¬ 6378 tion has been appointed clerk in 006660 41U1 21010 AAAA AAAAAAAA mm Third Ward- - White Colored the Post Office bv 1 Postma ter a Black 6c Hursey DEALERS IN Increase over 1893 951011 90341 I4nlmtf anrl WIIVVI VU on fJifw MU Mirifif AVSlSWa charge of his duties uesday I flitc- - witi Total valuation for 1894 Total increase over 1833 3803864 699482 She Committed Suicide Mrs F C Cone at Paris left this letter My husband Forgive me if I cause you trouble but I suffer bo You fl noC know what these long wakeful wretched nights are to me and I am so tired darling the pain will never be better It is not easy to take my own life but I have been sick so long Goodbye my husband ThiB is one Hove you -- your wife of fcle thousands that gives up in Btoad of U8inK Dr Mies Restorative Nervine and being speedily cured of HUE HPS and and SADDLES m ri w With a tax rate of Si 25 on the A COMPLETE LINE OF hundred this will give the city a RUNNING HORSE GOODS TROTTING revenue of M 48298 30 to which will be added the license on banks ALWAYS ON HAND Cilled JJoforotlio Jury and the tax on the L N and i The Owensboro Messenger the tne KentucKy Midknd R iirmds -mur 10 Sin editor of which paper is an ap- and will very materially increase tnoirwretcneuness uoioj wuayie and get an elegant book and trial pointee of and close friend of Gov- the above amount 6 bottle free ernor Hrown stated a few weeks purse lost A ago that when the Governor took engraved E silver cinnge H T between the1 Ciiar Posrs Anyone wishing the stump in his canvass for residences of Mrs E M Thomis ji supply of red cedar posts will do J3ST OUST United States Senator he would and Dr Ely Reward given if well by calling on John C Quire reveal riscality enough on the same be left at 228 Washington near Old Crow Distillery Wood 31 111 part of certain officials or ex street 33t ford county officials on the State House square Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs to put the perpetrators thereof in disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Our the penitentiary and the members STERED FURNITURE of the grand jury now in session notice 6ffer We will concluded that they ought to know about jthe aforesaid rascality and accordi igly issued summonses on Tuesday for Gov Hrown and Mr Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Urey Woodson editor of the c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Mcsseqger to appear before that the assortment is unbroken body and state the facts or let the world know whether or not Mr The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Woodson has been talking through Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard his hat AprlU5 ly Â¬ 232 TT STIEE1X- YOU WANT- TO CKO1 inventory THIS OFFER at 1 DRPRICES npafllBaking USJSPowder m until further greatly REDUCED PELIGES SON 1 R ROGERS ii it4Ajtj m L MssaaaaaaMaWMWMMWaWMaMaMWaMWaiaial We make all kinds of ran g We make all Hand made HBBHESS8H0 SflDDLEBY gg ma niaFSCirEiREiriiaFsriRnKCiijCwsaRBiBEicapciRnBaraBisa VEHICLES i PAINTING H t PA I H I N U I en us 12a ra mni3iriJiBnr3riarinriarrjn5nrrnnnKrEirinrjEi uuuuii2UUUi2aBjkUi2ui2uiaairJUULuuuuaLJua UOi i E - EJCT Of all hinds of Vehicles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern appliances for doing the worK in first class manner Send in your worK Terms very reasonable BB BB BB 12 UJ nn ua Si tiU tad fcjU ran CO cy nci THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRIOER BB UB BUGGY AND HARNESS kg BB WORKS BUY OP US BB CJ BB iia BB BB ua BB BBrBrBrinr irrtrBBBBarBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBa BB ua I IMPLEMENTS I w nn BB I2U FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE ua tuujuuyrJKui2a2JEUa2JtfaaaL ua wm ran I Binders BB Rakes I 8 AND EXTRAS FOR SAME BB RBBBBBBBBaBaBnBaBBBaBBBBBBBaBnBBBBBBBBBaBaBaBBBaBBBaBaBaRaBBBaBB OEJ HaEayycaBaeaiaHeuEUEyiaaEuiaaEiaE vj THRESHERS AND OLOVER HULLERS aa BB BBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBaBBBBBaBBBBBBBBnaBBBBrBBBBBBBrBBBBBBBBBBBBaEaBBBB FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 14 INBlfcliUCK Is G O 1894 cnr G Murray DR W I KELLEY KENTUCKY 1 TOBACCO Graercnburg nrc- HOTEL The severe cold snap of some lowing incident shows how nervy days ago did considerable damage he is and his exceptional judgIN LEXINGTON KT- to tobacco plants as well as the ment regarding railroad properties We are fruit and vegetables About a month ago Mr Murray Saturady April 14 1892 satisfy with re- was host at a dinner given at the very hard to gard to the weather and to St Nicholas There were six HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured wlthc hear the people grumbling re- gentlemen present including Mr operation and wttti little or no pain minds me of a verse which I think Murray One of the guests was REFERENCES is very appropriate at this time Mr Seymour a prominent ChicaW McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky As a rule mans a fool Frankfort Ky go manufacturer After the wine J A ScottLeach Frankfort Ky Anthony When its hot he wants it cool had passed around pretty freely J T Staten Frankfort Ky When its cool he wants it hot V Berberlcb Frankfort Ky wanting what iB not Always Pi Hulett Benson Ky got a discussion arose as to the best RevH LMcClure Frankfort Ky A Never pleased with what hes railroad lojtravel over from Cincinff J Hughes Frankfort Ky Mr Richard Bright of Bloom nati to the East David The principals Jas M Moore Benson Ky Ky WIthrow Frankit ington Ind is in our midst at- to the discussion were Mr Sey DR KELLEYS office ami at 3C9 tending to business and visiting mour and Mr Murray Both West Eighth streetClnclilnuti residence is he may and where Â¬ Â¬ -- Everybody who knows Oscar Murray is aware that he is The folgame to the backbone OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne PHOENIX Crockers Honest Fertilizers i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 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 t SJ tm Â¬ G DeclG ly L HMNNQN Â¬ Â¬ friends Mrs Ellen Crutchcr of Wood opinions ford county is visiting the of W S T Johnson family Mc The remains of Mr John Bride who died at Forks of horn were brought here intered in our cemetery ing The debating Elk and Mr McBride had many friends in this community who novv deeply sympathize with his family Miss Mable Johnson has re- Â¬ turned from a visit to friends in Woodford county The remains of Mr H S Mayhall were brought here from Christiansburg andinttred in the family burying ground just east ol Mr Mayhall had this olace formerly been a resident of our community E E Wiggs has returned from Louisville where he had gone on business Rev Mr Briney will fill the pulpit at the Christian Church next Sdbbath morning and even Â¬ Â¬ gentlemen expressed very decided and the result of the heated argument was that they decided to back their opinion to the extent of 5000 each Three days alter the dinner they met by appointment at the Grand Hotel and Mr Murray posted a certified check on the Merchants ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE are SL National Bank for 5000 and Mr come forwird Thomusson with hereby notllledto me Immediately and settle and all persons having claims iwulnst the esttte Seymour put up a certified check will present them to me properly proven before B STONE for a like amount oil a Chicago thellrotdayof June April 7 2m Admr S L Thomisson bank An attacheof the Grand Hotel was agreed upon as stake Â¬ holder Under the terms of the agreement the stakeholder named Mr Morrisey at Mt Auburn and Mr Lafer at Avondale as judges and these two gentlemen selected Dr Cox of Fourth street be found every day of each week except 8ATU R DAYS Pamphlets describing these disease and thermode of treatment sent free to any one by addressing WLKELLEXMa 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE NOTICE SAPOLIO MONROE M TEIK PATENT -- a aaSMMMfl i as the third judge The judges were to actually make tne trips over the five lines between here and New York under the terms of the wager and the nilroad fares sleeping car ares and hotel bills in fact all expenses were to be paid by the winner The vote of any two judges in favor of any one line If two of was to decide the bet the judges did not agree on any one line then the bet was to be considered a draw Another con ditFtfn of the wager was that the principals to the wager were not to know who the judges were nor were the judges to be informed as to who the men were that made the wager The points to be considered by the judges in arriving at a decision were smoothness of track main tenance of schedule time superiority of passenger coaches sleep ing car and dining car equipment of and service picturesquencss scenery along the route and salu briousness of climate of country traversed The judges made their last trip during the past week and on Thursday lerdered their de cision to the stakeholder and by a unanimous vote awarded the palm of superiority on all the points to the Chesapeake and Ohio This was the line Mr Road Murray had backed and last Sat urday the stakeholder turned over the 10000 to Mr Murray who after paying the expenses of the judges found that he had profited Cincinby the wager just 4560 nati Tribune March 2 1894 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AND- - IlidlaJJK BSMIr mm Tfiu QUMa m society which holds its meetings at the school house every Saturday is a proW T Gibbs nounced success and Alex Julian are the cham- Â¬ pions in debate with John Cun- Â¬ ningham as close second To claim more extensive attainments than ou possess is very This applies to poor policy well as individuals communities as I have in mind a very small town which has never dropped its swaddling clothes and yet when anv of the citizens refer to tieir town they call it a city and al- Â¬ ways speak of being on Main street when in reality there isnt but one street in the place and that is the old pike which was there before the town was built We must be particular or we may deceive somebody as to our size Â¬ Â¬ Sept 22 tf - Cedar Posts have for sale 2 coo A No Kor CEDAR POSTS further particulars apply t me on mv premises T N Arnold Feb 2 tf I 1 E- p it 109 FOR ojrSALE BY AV - Titus H G MATTERS TIKCE- - WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meini that thaQtiren ami Cretrint limit li IT tnlln iliortek Utwccn Cindnnalt na Lexington JltniUJ jhortut Cincinnati to Ilir lntnuliam Mmllra ilmrtcat Ilnclnuntl ti Ntw Orleans HiJ uilloi ihottct Cincinnati to ClmtUuuugii AtUulu or Jackouvilln Florida 100000 People Dlo m pulmonary consumption Pleasant to take Children like it Tho price is right only 25 and 50 cents a Use Aromalt bottle at P ft Oaraknters drug drink b store Annually in this country of con Â¬ sumption Think of it One adult out of every bIx and yet in the early stages all pulmonary complaints may bo readily controlled by Dr Halos Household Oough Oure It is a cer tain remedy for coughs and colds which if loft to themselves bring on Â¬ Plmtopher 334 MAIN STRHHT hi SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS Ittween nil of the abate points Through Cart to Vlckibnra ml hreT Cort Onljr line running through cur Cincinnati to kiioxtllle anl AiheTlllo N 0 DIrict lino to Tpimuml Mexico via New Orleans or vl Shreveyort Alk agents aUint tours to California From LouiiTllle Shelby vlllo uml Lawrencelmrg direct connection U made at Lexington with vcttlbulcd trains to all 1 oluU Soutfi C KlNKAUSOtf Oflul Iant Agent Cincinnati 0 QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v the great health 286t FRANKFORT iJk r H i i iii j viiii UiWWMft K ttfZtffil Ltil - mrti1 SfZJmrim i iKj pmrn ar T I L 6 1 - BROTHERS MASTIN 7 lilMBHM WL have secured the agency nnl will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H II Bab cock II A Mower Lideigh Carnage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Oh Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Stoddard Avery Walton PIowh Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Kield Seeds etc etc Wo ooimie ac zhzsc A axasna stock WA MASTIN BROTHERS here Tuesday afternoon and inBaptist Church The auditorium terred in the family lot in the lias been handsomely frescoed and is cemetery open for service again Sunday Mayhall Mr H Sanford school at 930 a m The pastor will preach at 11 and 730 The communi- Â¬ Mayhall formerly of this county on of the Lords Supper at the close of the morning service Subject for died on Saturday April 7 1894 the morning service The Beauty of at his home in Christiansburg the House of the Lord evening subject Visitation and Retribution aged 71 years The deceased was a brother of the late T J Christian Church -- Rev George preaches at 11 and 730 oclock Mayhall of this city was a sol- Â¬ Darsie Morning subject Buying up Oppor- Â¬ dier in Captain B C Milams God is night subject tunities Love company of the Second Kentucky Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Cavalry in the Mexican war and 650 was wounded nineteen times in Catholic Church Rev Father the battle of Huena Vista one of Donley of Louisville will conduct which being from a copper ball the usual services at the Church gave him more or less trouble all of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at his life and finally caused his 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m death The funeral took place Episcopal Church The usual Monday and the remains were laid services to morrow will be conducted Iby Rev R L McCready the rector to rest in the family burying IRreaching at 11 and 730 ground upon the place where he First Presbyterian Church was born and raised near Bridge- Â¬ Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D port will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of It will be an agreeable surprise to Christian Endeavor will meet in the persons subject to attacks of bilious Lecture Room at 645 p m You are colic to learn that prompt relief may be had by taking Chamberlains envited Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy may be Methodist Church Rev H G In many instances the attack remedy prevented by taking this the pastor will preach to Â¬ as soon as the first symptoms of the Henderson morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottles m as usual for sale by P H Carpenter South Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene Side druggist in the class room at 7 oclock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS prices fixed upon are very low Secure your seats at Barretts at once The lecture is under the auspices of the Ladies of the Baptist Church and will begin at You cannot eight oclock sharp afford to miss it Â¬ L B MARSHALL GAINES L8 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Jjccturc at Buck Run Rev T T Eaton D D Louisville will deliver his famous OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET lecture upon Our Poor Kin at the Buck Run Chujch Forks of Llfo Insura nc bought and sold Elkhorn Tuesday evening next and loans 1 id April 17th The prices of adSTORY FRAME RESIDECE OF SEVN mission will be 25 cents for adults TWO on Cross street n ur Conwav This la very desirable property and will bo rented at a The moderate price and 10 cents for children procdeds will be for the benefit of FOR SALE the church and missions Â¬ Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased of A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times FOR RENT PLANTS AM NOW PREPARED Advertised Letters at Fvaulcrort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending grade of early cabbage and tomato plants bweec potato pepper celery and other plants In season Plants are on sale by Ellwanger Bros James Ileeney nnd J M Bantu I TO SUPPLY A FINE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conway This proper- Â¬ ty has a very gojd lot is in an excellent neighbor- Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low llgure A April 14 1894 nt 930 will Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor will preach at 11 and 730 Sunday school Southern Presbyterian Church The Climax at Hand is Adams Eli H Black Miss Alis Buck Mrs A E Brown Ohas Black Elen Bandy George Bucks J I Berman Liza Botts Maria Cook George W Cherry Saiba Dawson Merritt Davis VYB Esq Jefson Miss Pan nie Kiney Dave Lanton Harvie O Marsh O P Myers Wilbur G OConnell Daniel Hill Fanie Hager David Hornemann O residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ Tlds bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ and Hacres of land In Is offered at a bargain Is good property and sary Improvements All of the Improvements including the fencing on this property lire new and in first class condition This farm has a Quantity of line tobacco land and would also make a llrst class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard ol a thousand trees besides other fruit rnwo story brick residence of a roomBridgeport L FORSALE FORSALE A - Jx Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM South33enson Rev W C Taylor preach at 3 oclock to morrow afternoon and all are invited to be present Rev I J Spencer of Louisville a well known and very successful Evangelist begins a series of meet- Â¬ ings in the Christian Church of this city next Monday night The Frank- Â¬ fort people will appreciate and en Â¬ joy liis able sermons Doatlis Bond Mrs W F Bond died on Sunday April 8th 1894 at near home of her husband Lawrenceburg The deceased was the mother of Mrs J S Col lins of this city Â¬ Duncan Mr J L Duncan died at his home near Tripico California on Tuesday April 5th The deceased married Miss Mittie S Venable formerly of this city who with three small children sur- Â¬ vives to mourn his loss He had been in failing health for several years and removed to California in hopes that the climate would ben- Â¬ efit him Mrs Duncan will doubt- Â¬ less return to Kentucky to reside where she has numerous friends and relatives who deeply sympathize with her in her great afflic Â¬ tion 6 Mrs Nannie Goin widow of the late Capt Sanford Goin Goin died at Lexington Monday morn- Â¬ ing after an illness of several weeks The remains were brought at the front of pro gress and thrilled with noble purpose for still better things It is safe to say that no tovn of our size and which has suffered so many reverses in business has more soid enthusiasm and is making grander strides toward the goal of being absolutely first class in all her appointments The new bridge so long needed is a fact solid as steel beautiful as a vision and the pride of the whole coun try The Capital City Railway Company have outdone all others in putting into our streets a sys tem of rapid transit that is fir ahead of similar systems in larger cities as other systems were formerly ahead of our cars when drawn by the little mules Next on Ihe list of enthusiastic movements toward better times and brighter d lys are the fine frescoings at the Baptist Church recently finished An ornament to our city and an improvement of which our Baptist people may be proud and in the completion of which we all extend our congratulations And now the climax comes Monday night in the finest lecture that has ever been brought to Frankfort Robert J Burdette has no equal For wit and humor for pathos and fancy he is inimitable Several in Frankfort have heard him they are enthusiastic to hear him again He will hold his audience spell- Â¬ bound for two hours For the character of the entertainment the Â¬ Frankfort Williams Thorn H are In OF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES hue condition and In order to make a BESIDENCE property has a lot C7 by 150 teet Washing Mrs Gay Walter qtilCK sale will be offerVdiit a bargain and Is well located Hughes James T Mathe Wise Mrs L Hamorr J A rHazewood Miss Whitaker J E Vincey Walker George When calling for these letters say 2 -- Price Carrie Tretsson Biddy Fallar James Ann Fridtch J D Flynn Harden Z Woods Robert J 2 FOR SALE A dence of r cued 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick lesl 5 rooms FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO allotber necess iry Improvements This land Is the improvements Inahlghstateotcultvatlou a tenement of four rooms and FOR SALE FOR RENT r advertised SB Holmes PM FOR SALE s FARM OF A and other GOALIES WITH 2 RESIDENCES FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON necessary Improvement two miles from Frankfort This property In ull In A Conway street South Side This properlyls In gras and would make an exc lleut Dairy or good repair and we are huthoilzedtorentltat Garden farm 15 per month L B MARSHALL FOR RENT It CIIOATE Formerly of Wakefield Clioate ROOM CO LH Â¬ FINNELL Â¬ Frankfort National Bink It ttnest business nare in Mi Htr Mar SI it RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY THE Is one of the nnlv to SAFETY TRUST fc VAULT CO PLA3OTG MILL AND Â¬ otce enjoys Both the method and results when syrup of Figs ia HOGSHEAD No FApDRY local dealer can compete with us Â¬ taken it is pleasant Â¬ Â¬ and refreshing to the taste and acts yet pioniptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches ami fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro lucedpleasnig to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most nonular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50a and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not nave n on nanu wm prq cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO sjently Â¬ Wall We can save you In variety or price uurnew designs and colorings are handsomer than ever before per cent on every roll till v Send lb cents tomav Dostnee on large pack- age of samples Match borders and ceilings 50 nrnntvrvnn Paper PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congletoii Ilros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINGLES TURNED SASH WORK ULINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES AND ALL KINDS OF The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO iDcorpcrittd 348 frourth AvefLOUISVILLE KY nur 10 2m as well us tobacco hogsheads Factory ono and a half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For CHOATE Sept 2 si House FINNELL Fine Farm for Rent 2C5 lv Â¬ limits on the Georgetown pike containing acres large residence tobacco barn and stibles Splendid dairy and tobacco farm For particu Possession given March 1st 1MH lars apply to July22 DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY Orchard Lawn AND ORNAMENTAL Â¬ GARDEN shrubs and every thing usually found In a nursery We sell direct to the planter establishment aniThave no agents Catalogues on uppllratlon II FH1LLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 10 8m tt FRANKCHINN Frankfort Kj FULL STOCK OF FRUIT grape vines asparagus small fruits Job work neatly exe- Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO GAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLe KY cuted at this office A uY 0VV7 in tf SU-nSI- - IM riivvj ijju EKPSPT 7V l WE THE WEATHER RE POUTS Will bo Sent to the Country AT T I can T E t 7liils TO CALL AND PURCHASE tlxesr gret NVI What they need in tlxe benefit of oiar Xjo Note a few of the items below Prices f4Kt a our line General Hardware and Watt 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 Irdn Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Doors Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Ingleside CHas A CE M A COLLINS Stiring Them Up Mr W H Murray Secretary or the Executive Committee on Improvements of Kentucky Rivers v o is ever watchful of the interests of Kentucky has written the folio w ingletter to Hon Albert S Berry Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank Post Offices The Weather Bureau has established branch stations at Swit Â¬ zer Stamping Ground Elizabeth Bellepoint Woodlake Forks of Elkhorn Centreville Newtown Saffell and Benson to which the weather reports will be sent daily This for the benefit of farmers will be the central station and tlte weather indications will be tele graped each day to Mr Ben T Farmer the agent of the bureau in this city who will immediately prepare and mail the reports to the branch stations having been furnished with cards for the pur- Â¬ pose and a set of logotypes which will enable him to rapidly stamp This will the matter upon them be a great convenience to farmers as it will warn them of the approach of a late frost and enable them to prepare for it Â¬ Matrimonial Invitations Bkennan Newman are out for the wedding of Dr Jas i Brennin of LouiyiHe and Miss Katie Newman of this city which will take place a the Church of the Good Shepherd on Wednesday morning April 25th 62r at 1130 oclock Mr Nat Hale - Ridgewav Hale son of Major H S Hale State Treasurer and Miss Ruby Ridgeway were married at the Methodist - 8 P Church in Mayfield Wednesday evening at 9 oclock Rev Mr Stiner of the Christian Church officiating The wedding was a very beauti- Â¬ ful one and was witnessed by a largi number of friend and in Miss Mary Hale yited guests was maid of honor and Mr Lind sey Hale one of the groomsmen The happy young couple ar rived here Thursday and are now visiting the grooms parents on Second street where they will be given an elegant reception Tues Books free day evening Â¬ Ky April n 94 Col A S Betty Member of Congess Washington D CDear Sir The Executive Comocrat mittee on Improvements of KenOn Sujiday afternoon at six tucky Rivers being advised that oclock Mr Ben Johnson and Miss the Committee on Rivers and Alice Stone were united in mar- Â¬ Harbors of the House has only riage Dr Wrri Cross officiating made provision in River and The ceremony wis performed in Harbor Bill for 100000 for the St James Episcopal Church in the Kentucky river to be appro- Â¬ presence of the special friends of priated by this Congress it is the bride and groom comof this the request Mr Johnson is a graduate of mittee that you will by amendWest Point is of fine family and ment have the amount for Ken high moral character and now tucky river increased or put back holds the honorable and lucrative to the original estimate made by position of Cotton Tax Collector the Secretary of vVar that is for the Mississippi Levee Board 500000 and do what you can to Mrs Johnson is a lady of rare have the same incorporated in the beauty of a lovely disposition bill when it is passed by Con- Â¬ and superior culture It is a happy gress union of loving hearts and the We are utterly ujubls to underDemocrat congratulates both bride stand why Kentucky river should and groom upon this auspicious be so discriminated against in union of their lives Mr and favor of other streams by the River Mrs Johnson left on the 820 p and Harbor Committee as has m train on a trip to San Francisco been the case this session in Conand wil be absent three or four gress There was no appropriaweeks tions for Kentucky river for the Lee Peveler Mr Joseph W following years 1883 86 87 91 93 The 500000 Lee and Miss Lula Peveler both 89 recommended by the Secretary of of this city were married Wed- Â¬ War for this rivar will be one nesday evening April nth at the fourth or less than one fourth of homcof the bride Rev George the revenue collected by the United States in the Deputy Co- Â¬ Darsie officiating llectors office at Frankfort for 19 Peyton Dalton Mr Llewellyn months as has heretofore been Peyton and Miss Mildred A shown This committee hopes Dalton were married in this city you will consult with others of the Tuesday evening by Rev George Kentucky delegation and have the apropriation put back to the Darsie amount recommended by the Secretary of War At least have Grave Mistakes Â¬ Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ it increased over 100000 Kentakes in treatment of Heart Disease tucky river was down for 500000 The rate of sudden deatliB is daily in last year got nothing Down creasing Hundreds become victims again for same amount and they of the ignorance of physicians in the treatment of this disease One in propose to give one fifth of that four has a diseased heart Shortness amount of breath palpatation and fluttering We hope thatyou will be able irregular pulse choking sensation to have the amount increased asthmatic breathing pain or tender Â¬ Very Respectfully ness in side shoulder or arm weak hungry spells are symptoms of Heart W H Murray Disease Dr Miles New Heart Oare Secretary Ex Committee is the only reliable remedy Thous ands testify to its wonderful cures the country home of Col E Hoge on the Vei- sailles pike and on Frid y even Â¬ ing they will be entert lined by Mr G T Biackley and wife at their home on Ann street Johnson Si one The following notice of the marriage of a young lady who has many friends and relatives in this city is taken from the Greenville Mississippi Dem FIIU BOOTS W OIF1 I HATS STOCK Frankfort Â¬ - Â¬ SHOES CAPS M Â¬ AT Â¬ Â¬ 1 K KUIIE prices are right 1 s We have the best goods the largest stock and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in 4your winter stock of goods until you have looked v At our goods W know what you need have the goods and will please you Â¬ Â¬ Sold by J W Gayle 6 Hoge - Wright Mr Stephen Hoge of this county and French Miss May Wright of Little Rock Arkansas were married at Christs Episcopal Church in that city Wednesday evening at 9 oclock Mr Robert I A Mason of this county acted as best man Among those who were present from this city were Col Chas E Hoge and family Gen Fayette Hewitt and Mr Geo B Harper The happy young couple accom Â¬ Attention Sir Knights Frankfort Commandery No 4 Knight Templar meets in regular conclave on Thursday evening next April 19th at the asylum in the Odd Fellows Temple at 730 oclock The regular annual election will be held and other important business transacted therefore a full attendance of the members is desired A Household Treasure Â¬ IUS u as en 03 RA l K White MXLURE T I SON Wm Ransdell Sa Gakrtner wcgtsg CO CD nipi fcfr milium I l Jjj JtPhL rTfT Hllirt PiiuiaiMHruithuii fepmwjwwi Eg 5 can HM jREEH LT IJ8JI AC CO HIVER TO WAREHOUSE x To Hlrmiugham The L N R LJMLiUll JtJ ill v panied by the friends and relatives DW NY from this city will arrive here to says thatFuller of Canajohsirie Kings he always keeps Dr day in Gehl Superintendent New Discovery in the house and his alwayB found the very best family Harpers private car and will re- results has its use that he would follow main several days after which they not be without it if procura ble G A Dykeman Druggist Oats will go to Chicago where the skill N Y says that Dr Kings Now the groom is interested in the lage Discovery is undoutedbly used best cough remedy that he has it in contract of the Mason Foard his family for eight years and it has never failed to do all thatis claimed Co for it Why not try a remedy so long On Wednesday evening they tried and tested Trial bottles free at P H Oarphnters drug storo will be given a reception at Regular sizes 50 centB and 1 3 Â¬ Â¬ R will sell Birmingham round trip tickets to Ala on April 22nd 23d and 24th at one fare good to return fifteen WHITE RANSHELL CD Frnpe days from date of sale on acccunt of the Ex Confederate Veterans MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY H B Logsdon Reunion Green River Tobacco Warehouse Agent Needing a tonic or children who want build tin up should take Biliousness MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE LADIES Auction Salos Daily JEST Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge Four Months Shelbyville Jan 20 tf It Is BROWNS IllON ItlTTKRS pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Liver Complaints and Neuralgia We refer shippers to Deposit Rank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Hank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville hitfi M 8 WTjist fl WATCH IT CLOSELY AND SAVE YOUR DOLLARS -- j V V J v OUR PRICE LIST na raaraaraaraaranEnraaEaRnraaraaranranBaranranranBannnaBnrcnBaraaranHnBncnraaranran The great financial depression is still here notwithstanding some of our best financiers persuaded us that the spring of 1894 would be the most prosperous for years On their judgment we bought an immense stock in every department ranBnranraaranGnraaraaraararcnraKncnrcajsnEarnrinnaranBnH ran 12 a ran ran aa ran iS ran ran HE ran 13EI ran eta ran ran GO HATS au SHOES K CLOTHING ran MTc jyrnjL jyL AND it jfL Jffl tffL ca rannaranranEBraaraarinraBRnranranranrinraaraanaraannnaranRaranraaraaranranEaranEaraaranraaBa nnranraaEnnaraannBaEnBnEnBaEaEnraaEnraaraaBaranRnntiranraaraaEnEBcnnBRnHn f MINGS tfi We can not afford to cany thehi we inust sell and sell for ixniiJirinnnnnnrinnrinrijirirLrLruin mm uvrLnjuutruirLfirLrLrinru uuuinjinjurinnriruifUTj innnnnixivuiJTriJLrLruuifLrirLfianru rAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA i We have decided to put the knife to them now and let them go but must insist upon UlTD UiOXX THE CASH 3jl qL tL JL iffi ifi mjL mt qt jyi yyy nixnniirurjinnnJinjinjiJiJinjinjiarinnnjirinjin CftiftJUX W vt CLOTHING 55 doz Mens Cottonade Pants only 50 cts SHOES Ladies Kid Oxford Common Sense 60 ct Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords 65 cts 1 Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords Ladies Kid Patent Tip Oxfords Si 25 Ladies Colored Oxfords two shadesvi25 Ladies Cloth Top Kid Oxfords Si 50 The greatest S2 line of Ladies Oxfordsever shown in Frankfort comprising all the newest styles in Kid Goat and Russian Calf All of Geo E Barnards S4 S450 and S5 low shoes for ladies will go in this sale for 53 and S3 50 Watch our job counter on shoes Geo E Barnards hand made shoes worth 5 an none better all go in this sale for 350 Ladies Kid Opera and Common Sense Si 25 V Â¬ FURNISHINGS Neckwear We simply have everything in Tecks Four in hand Windsors Bows etc 25c 50c 75c L i lyjSi50 75 cts 150 doz Mens Jeans Pants 99 cts Sold former 50 cts 150 doz Childrens Knee Pants 25 cts gi Underwear The biggest stock we have ever had 75c Si See it and you will Si 25 Si 50 P to S3 a suit leave your dollars with us 150 old style Childrens Suits good goods were 2 50 to S3- - Ages 5 to 9 years t 1 50 One big lot of childrens all wool latest style suits Blue Gray Tan go in this sale at S3 and 350 were 5 and 6 Ages 5 to 14 years One large lot Childrens Black and Blue Cheviot Suits go at 5 were 7 and 750 Ages 4 to 15 years Tans Sox and Stockings One large were ioc One large One large were 25c One large 50C m 1 ra r2 years it 11 it 11 i 3150 JSI75 lot double stitched gray mixed Sox 5c lot gray mixed were 15c lot tan black and gray mixed Sox 15c lot embroidered Sox black 20c were - S200 8c 173 Boys Long Pants Suits ages 13 to 18 all wool assorted colors Blacks Browns Grays Single and Double breasted go at were gio and 12 750 175 Boys Blue and Black Fancy Cheviot Suits 10 ages 13 to 19 years double and single breasted to Si 2 were 15 MENS 1 SHOES 25 This is a rare bargain stockings 20c were 40c One large lot boys long Handkerchiefs ioc 15c cut 25 per cent 2c- 250 Mens suits Cheviot and Cassimere all colors and all wool first class make good styles go at 8 former price 12 and 15 Mens Shoes Lace and Congress Si 11 Si 50 1 1 1 1 1 25c 40c 50c All thesegoods - i 1 i 11 11 About 350 Mens suits Black and Blue Cheviot Corkscrews Clay Diagonal and Fancy Worsted go at 10 and 12 cut from Si 5 and gi8 150 very fine Black and Fancy Clay Diagonals the very finest go at 20 former price 25 and 27 11 11 i i Mens Tan Shoes in all shades and styles best quality of kid russet and calf and goat from S3 to 6 Torreys entire line of 6 and 7 Shoes go at S5 Banisters 6 and 7 Shoes are now 4 These prices mean CASH S200 250 S300 3175 Suspenders 15c 25c 35c 50c 75c All cut prices Driving and Working Gloves Buck Skin the very best 50c 75c up to Si 20 Angora Goat Skin Si and Si 25 Driving Gloves 75c Si Si 25 - Si 50 1500 pairs Mens and Boys Fine Cassimere Pants 2 250 S3 4 5 up to S8 Dress Gloves Si and Si 75 TRUNKS S3 BAGS up to Si 5- AND TELESCOPES Iron Bottom HATS S3 50 for HATS M Dress and Working Shirts One large lot Madras working Shirts 20c and 50c One lot Domestic Shirts only 2oc Co P K Bosom Shirts 50 doz Cluett Coon were Si 50 75c 150 doz Negligee Shirts in percals Madras Cheviott arid Zephyr S 1 to S150 This is a grand line Our large line boys Shirt Waists 25c 50c 75c Si All styles Trunks Zinc and Canvass covered 4 35 - mm1 Bags of all styles Allegator Hog and Calf Skin up to Sio S3 U Telescopes all sizes 75 cts 1 1 up to S250 the best R Dunlap Co best hat only 3 50 Knox Miller and Stetson shapes all in S250 to S4 for the best Childrens Saxony latest shapes 50c Boys fine Saxony all the new shapes 75c to Si 50 Mens Soft all the new shapes 75c Si Si 50 S2 up to C BUTCHER FRMKFORT ST ARKS I teAMMEJlM fotattdWto tfekflLifa ftMmiai