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The Mmfobt Bound about
GEO A LEWIS Publisher
VOL XVI
The Defeat of the Citizens Co
operative Light Company Propo
sition and Standard Time
Again Considered
AN IMPORTANT MEETING
At the meeting of the city council
Tuesday night all the members were
present with the exception of James
N Miles who was ill and unable to
attend
A petition signed by a large num
ber of the business men asking for the
vrepeal of the order of the council to
enforce the ordinance to prevent
vehicles from being kept on the
streets was presented when Mr Mc
Olure offered an amendment to the
ordinance to except the transient
trade from the provisions The
amendment was adopted by a vote of
seven to one Chairman Milam being
the negative voter
Mr Wm Cromwell in behalf of the
Frankfort Furniture Company re
quested the council to defer the col
lection of the city taxes against that
company indefinitely in order that
authority may be had after the pass
age of the third class charters by the
Legislature for the exemption of the
company from taxation for five years
A letter was read to the council from
the board of trade of Muncie Indi
ana in which great inducements
were offered the company to remove
their plant to that town As it is the
intention of the council to grant the
exemption later a motion that the
request for a postponement of city
taxes against the company was
adopted Leave wbb given the fi
nance committee to examine the
neer Tho ordinance was passed and
Mayor Tobin who was present im
mediately affixed his signature to it
Tho new officer will superintend the
construction of all street work and
see that the work house inmates are
properly cared for He will receive
a salary of fifty dollars a month
An election for a commissioner was
then announced in order and tho
following 8 names wore presented
Joseph II Bailey Jerry Brislan and
W P Ely Tho first ballot gave Mr
Bailey flvo votes and ho was declared
duly elected
Three gas lights on both upper
Main and Wilkinson streets were or
dered erected
Thq gas committee roported the
A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS
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absolutes pure
dation that an ordinance
reports of the city officers before i opened
their presentation to the council
The claim of Mr D M Woodson
for 54 for work performed in sur
veying the route for the street rail
road was allowed
An ordinance amending the ordi
nance granting the right of way to
the street car company was reported
by the street committee without any
expression of opinion Theamend
mentfgrants the company the privi
lege to haul freight On motion of
Mr Swigert the matter was post
poned until next Thursday night
The license of B J Nickles Co
was fixed at 30
Mr Miles of the work house com
mittee reported that tho jailer had
agreed to take city prisoners at a
fixed rate and recommended that in
the future all such prisoners arrested
after dark if arrested nearer the jail
than the work house be lodged in
the jail Tho report was adopted
This arrangement precludes the
necessity for a station house in the
old bridge property as first contem
plated
Mr Miles from the same commit
tee reported favorably an ordinance
creating thejpfllce defining the duties
and fixing the salary of a city
FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY FEB 25 1893
Bakin
Mrs R C Rhea
BHEEk
Powder
TTTT PTTV fnTTWPTT I P9tition of tho Citizens Co operative
XJnLCJ ijJLJL X lJJ U1J lLi Licht Company with tho recommen
should not
be passed Mr Swigert stated that
the committee had made a full in
vestigation of the matter and learned
that if an ordinance should be adopt
ed it would involve the city in ex
pensive litigation with the Capital
Gas and Electric Light Company A
unanimous vote thereupon refused
to grant the request in the petition
Mr Ellwanger from the health
committee reported a resolution to
the effect that in the controversy
over the office of city physician be
tween Dr Alvin Duvall and George
Ohinn the council recognize the
claim of Dr Ohinn and not that of
Dr Duvall It was adopted
Mr Miles moved that the clock
keepor be directed to turn the clock
forward to sun time and Mr Swigert
then moved to lay that motion on the
table Mr Swigerts motion did nob
prevail and on the motion by Mr
Miles the vote stood yeas Messrs
Milam Miles Furr and Watson nays
Messrs Swigert GrayMcClure and
Ellwanger Tho motion was there
fore lost
This action of the council bodes ill
for standard time and it is probable
the first full meeting of the board will
order the change back to sun time
despite the general acceptance of the
former system in nearly every city in
th3 United States
Twenty dollars were appropriated
on motion of Mr Gray for the
Louisiana fiood sufferers
The council then cleared the lobby
and for thirty minutes were in secret
session as a committee of the whole
after which they adjourned to meet
again next Tuesday night when the
bids for the work house will be
Of Milford Neb says she suffered
greatly from a complication of dis
eases of female weakness and liver
and kidney troubles Her health was
fully restored by using Dr Hales
Household Tea the most pleasant
and effective medicine known 25c
and 50c per package at P H Carpen
ters drugstore 1
MISS SALLIE THEOBALD
The Company in Which She Plays
Will Appear at Lexington
To night
Hoyts Company in a Hole in the
Ground in which Miss Sallie Theo
bald of this city plays will appear
at the opera house in Lexington to
night As Manager GaineB could not
arrange for the compnnys appear
ance in this city he is enterprising
enough to run a special train to Lex
ington for the occasion This will on
able all vho wish to witness Miss
Theobalds performance to obtain a
reserved seat and go to and return I
from Lexington that night It is said
that a large number of citizens have
secured tickets since Wednesday the
day the roserved seats were first
placed on sale in thiB city which
together with the sales of seats in
Lexington insure the company a
crowded house
Glad Tidings
The grand specific for tho prevail
ing malady of tho age Dyspepsia
Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos
tiveness General Debility etc is
Aunt Fannys Health Rostoror This
great herbal tonic stimulates the
digestive organs rogulates tho sys
tem to vigorous health and energies
Samples free Largo packages 50o
Sold by Chapman Williams 46
VOXl DYSPEPSIA
Indigestion and Stomach disorders talio
flllOWNM IRON UITTISHS
All dealers keep It 81 per bottle Genuine has
trado marJt ana crossed red lines on wrapper
JAMES H SWANGO
A Compliment to Frankfort in
Award of Honor to him at Cen
tre College Wed
nesday
At the celebration of Washingtons
birthday Wednesday at Centre Col
lege Danville Mr James H Swango
of this city formerly of Hazel Green
Wolfe county and son of Judge G B
Swango Register of the Land Office
was awarded the honor of represent
ing the college at the State Oratori
cal contest that will take place at
Lexington this year
The award was made after a com
petitive contest in which Mr Swan
go Claude M King of Danville Jas
L McWilliams of Louisville and
Lem H McHenry of Hartford were
engaged Mr Swangos topic was
The Plutocrat and the judges were
Hon John W Hughes of Harrods
burg Col Wm Welch of Stanford
and Mr Lucian Noel of Lancaster
This is the second time this honor
has come to Frankfort Mr Martin
D Hardin securing it last year and
to merit it after a contest with the
most eminent scholars is a high trib
ute of praise to the oratorical powers
of the recipient whose many friends
here naturally feel a pride in his ac
complishments and success
A Good Record I have sold
Chamberlains Cough Remedy for
ten years says druggist E B Legg
of Vail la and have always war
ranted it and never had a bottle re
turned During the past 90 days I
have sold twelve dozen and it has
given perfect satisfaction in every
instance It does not dry up a
cough but loosens and rolieves it It
will cure a severe cold in less time
than any other treatment 25 cent
50 cent and 1 bottles for sale by J
W Gayle Druggist 22 lm
DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS
To Nominate a Candidate to Suc
ceed Hon E H Taylor jr in
the House
The Democratic County Committee
on Monday ordered preefnet mass
meetftigs for this afternoon at two
oclock for the purpose of selecting
delegates to a convention to be held
at the court house Monday to nomi
nate a candidate to succeed Hon E
H Taylor jr the member of the
House from this county The only
announced candidates for the Dem
ocratic nomination are Mr Charles
H Julian and Mr L J Cox
Examining Board Appointed
Messrs Harry Rogers Thos R
Todd and Miss Emma Morris have
been appointed by the Post Master
General as an examining board
under the Civil Service act to ex
amine applicants for positions in the
post office in this city
What Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has
done for others for nearly two genera
ions it will do for you If you will
try it once you will be convinced
that it is the best family medicine
and you will never be without it
On to Washington
On March 1st and 2d the Kentucky
Midland Railway will sell ticket to
Washington and return at 1525
good to return until March 8th
Leave Frankfort 410 p m arrive at
Washington 2 p m Returning leave
Washington at 3 p m arrive in
Frankfort at 1130 a m
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For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shlloha Porous
Plaster will give crest fatNfaction 35 cents
SHILOHS VITALIZE
Mrs T S Hawkins Chattnnoogn Tenn Bays
ShilohaVitaltzcr WAVED MY LIFE I
consider itthcbestrcmcduforadeblUlatedsiistern
I ever used For Dyspepsia Livor or Kidney
troublo It oxcola Price 75 ota
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For sale by W McICee Hardie
Jnn 28 ly HALT8 OLD STANP
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