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Ilfl mm The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 21 VOL XVII Highest of all in Leavening Power FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JANUARY 27 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Going West to Grow Â¬ Roivl THE CONTEST SETTIYED ABSOUTELY PURE It And tlio Democratic Candidates For Mayor and Council Win v trv - - i As stated in our last issue the ballot box used in the Gas House precinct at the November election was opened by the officers of the election at the request of Judge Cantrill on Friday evening of last week and the ballots counted showing a majority for the Democratic candidates for Mayor and The Republican Councilmen officers of the election claimed that fraud had been perpetrated in that the box had been opened since it was last in their hands and many of the 1 13 ballots over which the squabble arose on the night of the election had been changed that in addition to show ing the cross under the Republican device and opposite the name of Mr Bridge ford the Populist candidate ft r the Legislature as the ballots did when they last saw them they had been stamped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Walker Stephens and fami ly his sons and daughters and BILLIARDS AND POOL their families over forty souls in all are making preparations to CHAS G PAYNE remove to Kansas City Missouri Billiards and Pool to reside It is not often that so The Club Main Sheet large a party emigrate from this The Finest Tables In the city Oymnaslum nnd Bowling Alleys attached community but if the hard times and the scarcity of work still con- Â¬ CONFECTIONER tinue we may expect more of JOHN R TODD our people to follow their exam- Â¬ Judge Julian had been elected Manufacturing Confectioner Mayor and dissplvedthe injunction ple against the Democratic Council County Clerks Office Improved 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream men which enabled them to go The office of County Clerk N and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco Near new bridge into office and take charge of the B Smith has been neatly fitted up citys business DRUGS with steeJ dust proof file boxes and roller cases for heavy books W H AVERILL It Got Here The improvements are of the Druggist The cold wave which has been latest pattern and will render the Main Street opp City Hall so frequently predicted by the records of the office much more A general stock of Druss Fine Stationery a failed signal service and as often and secure tha they have been here- Â¬ specialty Cigars hoursTobacco Prescriptions compounded at all to arrive finally got here Wednes- Â¬ tofore day morning after we had been NO W R WILLIAMS CO Grasp the Opportunity a month or more of enjoying Druggists Tuesday Our enterprising druggist P H spring like weather 314 Main Sheet night it began to rain and blow Oakpentek cordially invites you toÂ¬ Prescriptions try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales Housecarefully nnd accurately niled at all which continued until about eight hold Cough Cure This new remedy hours A lino line of Fancy Toilet Articles oclock Wednesday morning when acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire FLOUR AND FEED a heavy snow storm set in and to cough and heals mucous mem- Â¬ brane If consumption it will cure REOCK DONALDSON continued until the flakes lay two you Pleasant to take The children Flour Meal Feed and The like it c inches deep on the ground Countrv Produce mercury dropped about twenty Fincel Block South Side degrees and the wind cut exceed Oysters Fish nnl name In season Choice Thursday morning ingly keen xicKies aim rreserves the thermometer registered one LIVERY degree below zero the coldest MANGAN DARNELL weather of the winter Baking Business and Professional Directory LAWYERS Powder CHAS T RAY Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky omce in the Hume Building JVM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky 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¬ chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans - 4f WJ CHINNJRit Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Hour Will practice In all State Courts iustom House NEWSDEALER Ofllce second J GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy foods PAINTERS m At w 332 Main Street WB BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 hand feagadgsg St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Olass constantly on WINES Money No Consideration We clip the following notice of a former Frankfort boy from the religious column of an exchange It proves him to be a true soldier of the Cross doing the work the Master has put into his hands and not laboring for the money tiac is to De maae in tne ministry of Rev Wm L McEwan Webster Grove Mo PresbyteÂ¬ JAUTCTEIty 20 Per Cent Off -- GEO B SALENDER Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer n l i Let it run and your congh may end in something serious Its pretty sure to if your blood is poor That is just the time and condition that invites The seeds are sown Consumption and it has fastened its hold upon you before you know that it is near It woutdo to trifle and delay when the remedy is at hand Every disor Â¬ der that can be reached through the blood yields to Dr Pierces Golden Medical - Discovery For severe coughs bronchial throat and lung diseases asthma scrofula in every form and even the sorofulous affec Â¬ tion of the lungs thats called Con- Â¬ sumption in all its earlier stages it is a positive and complete cure It 1b the only blood cleanser strength rest6rer and flesh builder so effective that it can be guaranteed If it doesnt benefit or cure in every the matter so far as the contest for case you have your money back Mayor was concerned The case Perfection is attained in Dr Sages It Catarrh Remedy of the councilmen was then passed cases Only 60 cents cures the worst by druggist until late in the afternoon when it Entertained Tlioir Friends was taken up and after some argu ment was again postponed until Mr Stewart and Miss Annie Thursday morning and the ballots Wood entertained their friends placed in the hands of two attorat their home near Woodlake each side to neys one from Tuesday evening in handsome ascertain if Mr M P Gray one style There was a large company of the Republican candidates in of young people present who the second ward was not elected tripped the light fantastic to music The count was made Thursday furnished by the Capital City about noon and it was found that Orchestra until a late hour Mr Gray had failed of election which fact was reported to the Slilioiisuuretneureacuougn ana Croup Cure us court at the afternoon session Bize contains is for sale by dosesrocket twenty five only 21 when Judge Cantrill decided that 25c UhUctren love it Â¬ with a different stencil and differ ent colored ink opposite the name of the Democratic candidate for Mai or ad also opposite the names of those Democratic candi- Â¬ dates for Councilmen who ran behind in the other precincts that the fraud was more apparent from the fact that praffin the Republi- Â¬ can candidate for Senator who was hardly known in the race carried the precinct by 86 majority This charge of fraud being brought to the notice of the court by a protest placed in the box by Mr Louis VVeitzel the Republi can judge Judge Cantrill on Saturday turned the box over to the attorneys on both sides with the request that they examine the ballots and ascertain if there was further grounds for contest A thorough examination was made and it is claimed by the attorneys for the Republicans and others present at the examination that the evidences of fraud were plain but on Wednesday morning when the court was asked to take cognizance of the fraud Judge Cantrill declined to do so unless the charge was made specific which settled Â¬ Â¬ Blanket Sale This Week specialty California Wines a ON ALL- - Bafkets QomfortS Just Think Of Down She Goes It an ICE CREEPERS ffSL WEATHERSTRIPS ft s rian Church who is receiving a salary of 2000 a year declined two calls one at a salary of 4 500 and the other at 55000 a year both unanimously tendered by He says wealthy city churches that his work at Webster Grove needs him more than he needs money Now is jour time to lay in your supply as I am determined not to SHOVELS carry any of them over if prices will sell them and I am sure that this discount will sell them all out LANTERNS in a i WCOAL HODS v GLASS hurry WHITE GOODS SEASON Is now here and my lines of Hamburg Edgings AND M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT OF Â¬ Â¬ Torehon Laces is complete ever saw the best values you Another large lot of REMNANTS in Hamburgs ready fcr your in- Â¬ spection to day at just about half their value Bleached cottons in the best makes at reduced prices Only a few more left of those elegant values in towels at 25 cents a pair 150 yards white goods at 5 cents a yard worth 8 better at 10 cents worth 15 cents 36 yards red check table damask at 25 cent worth 35 cents a yard 250 yards Sea Island shirting 36 inches wide beautiful patterns Bargains only 12 cents a yard now in all the departments at Â¬ TIN Af -- w qiq Na Tnn rhW v nr State National Bank ed over all railroads in Kentucky and the Covington Association provides entertainment for all ac- Â¬ Thirteenth Annual Convention credited delegates For particulars or the Young Mens Chris Â¬ as to reduced railroad rates cretian Association dentials programme c address Henry E Rosevear State Secre- Â¬ We have received the announce- tary Y M C A 431 W Wal- ment of the Thirteenth Annual nut street Louisville Ky State Convention of the Young Mens Christian Associations of Fail to do Their Duty Kentucky to beheld at Covington February 15 16 7 and 18 The Everybody has at times failed to do principal speakers will be Prof W their duty towards themeslves Hun of G Moorehead Xenia O Prof dreds lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousness sleeplessness W H Marquess Louisville F and female troubles Let them follow L Willis State Secretary Ala- Â¬ the example of Mrs H Herbrechter Stevens Point Wis who bama H P Anderson and E L years suffered greatly from for five nervous Secretaries of the In- prostration and sleeplessness tried Hamilton ternational Committee George T physioians and different medicines bottles of Howser General Secretary Cin without success But onesound sleep Dr Miles Nervine caused cinnati O A number of well every night and she is feeling like a known business men of the State new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel Â¬ er and officers of the city college triedLaramie Olty Wyoming who all other remedies declares that and railroad Association will also after three weeks use of the Nervine for1 headache nervous prostration take part in the program Every young man whether an etc J she was entirolyreliovod free Sold by W Gaylo Trial bottle Association member or not is 1 invited also pastors and business Fou Sale men interested in this special work house on Annon Rent My dwelling street Excursion rates have been grant J T Buckley tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STATE GATHERING YOUNG MEN M -- ikw Wi Sft i vjyrT f fJ sK H 7 tvT w W i- - W- - comply with their contract to comFlora B Foote spent Friday plete the bridge by the 15 th of and Saturday of last week with rela Â¬ ORGANIZER November which caused great tives in Paris WHITE RANSUELL CD complaint The Professor was Ledridge has returned THE NEW COUNCIL IN Miss Anna P OFFICE from a visit to Mrs Lucian FWilliams ever ready to defend them and MAIN ST BET NINTH ANDiTENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY in Cincinnati would explain at length the diffi Â¬ MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE Miss Katie Nickles returned the Arncuiicics Filled and Officers culties under which they had to Elected first of the week from a visit to rela i Returns Promptly Made Four Months labor After so long a time the Auction Sales Daily tives in Louisville Wlmt Says the Woodcock Storage Free of Charge iron began to arrive and the work Miss Maude Troxelle of Louisville is visiting Miss Annie Headley on The new City Council met lor of puttine up the bridge was be 5gVe refer shippers to Deposit Dank Frankfortr Farmers and Drovers Shelbyville south Shelby street Jan 20 tf When about half of the Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville the first time last night and an gun Mr E O McCormack editor of the organization was effected The upper work was in place the joints Bullitt Pioneer Shepherdsville spent new body will have their hands in the wall of the south abutment Thursday in the city Miss Sue Kavanaugh left Monday full for a long time and will have upon which the end of the old for an extended visit to her brother to hold frequent meetings as very bridge and the chords for the new in Little Rock Arkansas important matters have been are resting began to separate Misses Marie Pepper and Nellie awaiting consideration for two The attention of the Professor Orbison spent several days with months was called to it but he said the friends in Lexington last week A caucus was held yesterday abutment was all right and the Mr Jos B Lewis and wife of Ver- to nothing was cracks amounted which it at sailles came down Monday to attend afternoon the funeral of Mrs A II McOlure announced that Messrs John W The cracks widened and the chief company Mrs H E Watterman has been Gaines and James Rodman coun of the construction quite ill with grippe the past week at cilmen from the Third Ward which is putting up the iron dethe residence of Mr James M Todd would not qualify when Messrs clared he would not swing the Mrs Z T Thomasson who has Dennis L Haly and Tfios Heffner bridge upon the abutment The been quite ill with grippe at her Professor was sent for and again home on Logan street is slowly im- were selected to fill the vacancies The following persons were gave it as his opinion that the proving Mr Ben L Bryant City Passenger then nominated for the various abutment had not settled and the Agent of the Monon Route came up offices to be filled by the council wall was not going to fall down from Louisville and spent the day Still the old cracks have continued City Clerk Richard Tobin Tuesday to widen and new ones to make City Treasurer Guy Barrett Mr George Zeller of Henderson City Attorney Hugh Rodman their appearance until there is no DeputyjGrand Master of Odd Fellows man in the world who knows any City Engineer Will Ely was in the city Monday und visited Capital Lodge No 6 City Assessor ZTThomasson thing of such matters except perMisses Eva Hoge of this county haps Prof Nelson who will not say Chief of Fire Department and Rebecca Johnson of this city are that the whole structure abutment D Griffin visiting friends in Richmond Va1 John Chief of Police John L Tobin and wing walls is in an un- Â¬ They will be absent about six weeks Eugene Phillips safe condition and not fit to put a Patrolmen Misses Mattie and Annie Knott and Mr John M Todd wife and daugh Â¬ Austin Robinson Win Gordon bridge upon which is expected to ter Miss Hallie B of Louisville who Henry Brown Wingate Thomp- Â¬ stand for ages 1 have been visiting relatives here re- Â¬ son Now the question arises who is John Haydon turned home Monday evening Fire Department Edmund to stand the expense of taking down Mr J F Lewis and wife Mr Eugene Q Knott Miss R Wallie Taylor plugman Fred Gordon the worthless abutment and put Knott and Miss Lizzie Hodges of driver of the hook and ladder tng up a new one Prof Nelson ojuuidvhc uiuioujj uxuiiuuj iuuiicuu wagon James smitu pipeman said it had never been accepted the funeral of Mrs Agnes H Mc Frank C Hutchison driver of ihe by the committee but the bridge Clure company may come in and say to wagon Misses Ada Wymond Fannie Hern hose L I The action of the caucus was tne city uiiu couuiy uiis auuimciu don and Mary Bruce of Louisville and Misses Margaret Thornton and confirmed at the meeting of tie was built undr the supervision of Anna Monroe of Lexington attended council last night your engineer who had his stone the hop Thursday evening at the inspecter here all the time and he Capital Hotel An Expensive Tjiixury saw every pile driven and every Mrs Emma Walker Herr of Lex- Â¬ first proposed to stone laid Those gentlemen When it was ington who is editing the Observer during the absence of Senator John build a new bridge the city and represented you and said the Is out of the best in the State and k art prepared to tur O Hodges in this city has been visit couny employed Prof Nelson work was all right ready for the out on abort notice iag Mrs Loulie B Longmoor on who had the reputation of being a iron work They as j our agents Second street this week first class engineer agreeing to accepted it from our sub contrac- Â¬ Mr McOlure Kelly of Louisville If and Messrs Albert McOlure of this pay him two hundred dollars per tor and we are not to blame go 1 city and Wallace Kelly of Hopkins month to superintend the work of you want another abutment 9-ville the latter two students at Centre construction When the bids fcr ahead and build it College Danville attended the funeral So it looks very much like the bridge were received from the of their grandmother Mrs A H Mc different bridge companies they there is a law suit in sight in ad- Â¬ Olure on Monday Mr Will Clay of Elizabeth Station were referred to him to say which dition to all the other trouble conBourbon couDty was in the city was the best He selected that nected with the new bridge and X X X Tuesday Mr Clay was a student in of the King Bridge Company leads one to believe that Prof X X X X the school of Prof B B Sayre in X X X X X of the highest if Nelson is just about the most ex- Â¬ which was one 1863 4 and this was his first visit to Â¬ the city in many years He found not the highest in the lot and re- pensive luxury the city and counlew wno recognized m the gray lying upon his judgment the bid ty have invested in for sometime X X x x x x haired man of mature years the was accepted The work of erectStill Another school boy of thirty years ago ing the abutments was begun and X Mr Georcre W Quarles of Prof Nelson placed Mr Wallis Society Notes X x rX X X his assistant in charge of the work this couhty was appointed a Gov- Â¬ x x x x Mrs Henry F Duncan gave a re as stone inspector whose salary ernment Storekeeper on Thursday X X X X X X ception Monday evening 1n honor of the city and county had to pay and is now learning the ropes at her guests Miss Helen Underwood the Hermitage distillery of Chicago and Miss Eva Craig of while the Professor went back to Georgetown She was assisted by Lexington and came down oc- Â¬ 2228072 Mrs John W R Williams who serv casionally to see how things were These figures represent the number ed the tea and Miss May Pepper who moving along Several times of bottles of Dr Kings New Discovserved the chocolate The parlors ery for Consumption Coughs and which were beautifully decorated for questions were raised by mem- Â¬ Golds which were sold in the United the occasion were thronged with bers of the committee of the City States from March 91 to March 92 and callers during the hours from 4 until Council as to the character of the Two Million Two Hundred Hun- Â¬ NTwenty Bight Thousands Six 7 oclock sold being done which were re- dred and Seventy Two bottlesevery work Mrs John W R Williams and Miss inf one year ana each and ferred to Mr Nelson and he gen bottle was sold on a positve guaran Â¬ Mary T Morris entertained the As money would be refunded if You Like It club Tuesday nibt at erally decided in favor of the cor tee that satisfactory results did not follow its the residence of Dr U V Williams tractor The stone work was use The secert of its success is Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of on Third and Steele streets There completed and the Professor said plain It never disappoints and can always be depended on as the very were sixteen tablei nd four elegant Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job best remedy for Coughs Colds etc the art prizes contended pf by the players it was all right Price 50c and 100 At Phil Car Â¬ The bridge company failed to penters Drug Store Mrs J M VanPeryer and Miss Rose 6 Work of all kinds solicited Â¬ Orittonden tied on thirteen games and cutting for tho prizes Mrs Vau Mr Elly Blackburn of Goorgotown Derveor won the first which was a was in the city Tuesday out glass bell and Miss Crittenden Itov Fnthor W E Qoroy is quite the second which was a silver bon bon spoon Mr Vernon L Clark won ill at the Catholic parsonage tho gentlemans first prize a silver Mr 0 0 Furr is quite ill with the penholder and gold pen and Mr John grippe at his home on Third itreet Rodman the second a box of fine Mrs A E Stephens has returned cigars from n visit to her son in Glendale Mrs L P Tarlton will entertain a W SOF0n A CASC IT WILL NOT CURE Ohio An TONIC number of her lady friends at cards SoldnorroPttblo Ijixntivo and NERVE25c 60a by Druggifttflor sent by nail Mr Saml It Smith returned Mon this evening Â¬ at her home Fleet and SlOODcr package Samples free day from a visit of several days to wood near this city The Favorite TOOTH TOWTlI JBLw for tho Teeth and Brcatta86o Louisville Miss Gertrude South will entertain For sale by W McKee Hardie Miss Tillie B Gaper of Paris ial HALLS OLD STAND the As You Like It club at the resi- Â¬ Jan 28 1 visiting her cousin Miss Flora Foote dence of Dr Hume on Main street In this city on Tuesday evening of next week PERSONAL VS wfl RA White T J Ransdell Wm Gaertner taa 5 oa 09 51 83 CO hi li fa 81 K Wr till I 6REEN RIVER TO MC WAREHOUSE Â¬ VA Aw VA - Miss Queen River Tobacco Warehouse Prnpi Al im M THE ROUNDABOUT Ml Â¬ THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Â¬ XmV Â¬ it J rIl - -- Subscription Only Per Year mi m 41 -- 1 L Qur Job Department fS -- M ri m 1 m raw - Â¬ Â¬ e riii i i Â¬ XX m A Â¬ xxxxxvX XSrX 4 n V 3 f mi a 4 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M BINDERY - n Til fit tv KWa s VeL w 3 i j f k Vr MA V -- SETj RERT C K3 To California will sell r - Fine Watches Diamonds and Jewelry i STERLING SILVERWARE 33 newspaper which was read by the Mr Editor saeker after information It appears Permit me to acknowledge my however that a notable speech was j sincere thanks for your kind ex made by the Hon Bourke Cockran cellent and generous notice ot my of New York who seems to have be- new device in your last issue and come the leading orator of the Dem at the same time please allow me It has to call attention to the fact that ocratic side of the House been decided in Committee of the through a typographical error we Whole to take off the bounty on are made to use the word or in sugar but to add no import tax leav stead of and and in another place ib entirely free while a proposition the singular verb is instead of the to put a duty on coal was also de Â¬ for a matter re feated Iron ore has been the princi Â¬ plural aev which lating to educational interests pal subject of discussion for the last few days and as several amendments ought not to be allowed to go to the clause adopted by the Ways uncorrected Yours respectfully and Means Committee have been de Â¬ D M Woodson feated it will probably be on tlie free list as the bill goes to the Senate Â¬ Â¬ Ho General Comment of St Clair Street Frankfort Have You Thought ter in -- The announcement the latter part laBt week that Secretary Carlisle had decided to issue bonds to the amount of 60000000 to relieve the condition of the Treasury met with such a ready response from Wall Street that it is a ridiculous comment on the calamity howlers who have been prophesying that the country The bonds was going to the dogs bear 5 per cent interest but Secre Â¬ tary Carlisle states in his circular that no bid of less than a fraction over 117 will be accepted which will make the net rate of interest that the bonds will bring to investors about 3 per cent per annum for the ten years they will run The bids up 0 to date warrant the statement that From Tariff Schedules and Bond 200000000 of the bonds can be sold Issues to Pugilism and Prize Fights is at prices ranging from 11750 to something a descent but the lat- Â¬ of 12000 und the money made availa- Â¬ ter have probably monopolized the ble at once attention of a larger number of peo- Â¬ ple in this country for some time past Mr Prank G Carpenter the Syn Â¬ is the than any other one subject At this dicate Correspondent authority for a statement that the distance it seems that a mistake was Â¬ late Commodore Vanderbilt at one made by Governor Mitchell of Flori da in giving bo much advertising to time during his life heldN 45000000 par value of U S bonds bearing in Â¬ the Oorbett Mitchell affair If left Â¬ not long terest at 4 per cent He states that to itself pugilism willas witness flour the ish in any locality his knowledge of this fact was a more condition of affairs in New Orleans potent cause to make him break the the at- Â¬ tenth commandment with regard to and at Coney Island where gradually contests the Commodore than would have tendance at thethe grew less and Athletic Clubs been the knowledge- - that he had which fostered the fistic sport were twice that sum invested in private forced into bankruptcy But let the securities which were subject to de Â¬ as preciation It was the absolute safe authorities go to such extremes and Executive ty of the 45000000 and the certain- Â¬ did Floridas Chiefridden personal over ty of the 450000 quarterly income the idea of draw nearly as many liberty will thereon which aroused covetousness And there are not many of us who people to a fight in defiance as will would not feel the same way We the attraction of the fight itself can survey with complacency the Notwithstanding which it must be luxury of a millionare when we acknowledged that so long as it is not know of the cares and troubles which outwardly brutal there is enough come to him with his millions but of the animal in all manly races toÂ¬ when all he has to do is to pocket his give a certain attraction to such con check for 450000 quarterly it alters tests when spectators are not forcedÂ¬ contact with the state of the case and of our feel into too close contestants the ischar acters of the It this ings familiarity which changes public A correspondent of the Louisville sentiment and causes the so called Post Shadow draws a contrast be Â¬ sport to die out sooner or later tween the state of things in this in any givenJocality The fact that country with respect to old stock Â¬ after all his bluff and bluster the ing capitalists and the same in Governor was compelled to allow the Europe particularly in France In fight to take place will have a worse commenting upon the proposition effect than would have been possible that small investors be given the had he not interfered in the matter The Recluse preference over Wall Street in the proposed issue of bonds he declares that not one tenth of the 50000000 The presistent cough which usu Â¬ could be disposed of except through ally follows an attack of the grip can be permanently cured by taking the New York brokers which fact al Chamberlains Cough Remedy W A though so much bewailed by the McGuire of McKay Ohio says La Democratic press he does not con Â¬ grippe left me with a severe cough Â¬ using sider in the nature of a calamity After withoutseveral I different medi Â¬ cines relief tried Chamber but rather the reverse as it affords bo lains Cough Remedy which effected much the quicker means of realizing a permanent cure I have also found upon National securities in time of it to be without an equal for children when troubled with colds or croup need It is a rather mournful truth 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by J however and one which arises from W Gayle druggist the mania for speculation so pre valent in this oountry that the bonds To the Mprdl Gran with their low rate of interest but absolute security of principal nearly January 30th to February 4th always find their way into the hands the Kentucky Midland will sell of the great capitalists whose for tickets to New Orleans and return tunes have been made rather than into the possession of the moderate at 19 80 Recount Mardi Gras C D Bercaw o who prefer to take ly QPA greater risks with the prospect of 51 Â¬ Â¬ About going to Florida this win Its the greatest resting place America Season soon opens Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Railway tickets to San Jose Los Â¬ Â¬ Elegant hotela magnificent tropical surroundings While people in the north shiyer and button their great ceats closer you can sail summer streams lounge through the magnolias or rest under the bloom of orange groves You can angle in the best stock ed fishing waters of America You can have the most perfect hotel service The way to reach Florida is by the Vestibuled Trains of the Qsecn Crescent Route Finest trains in the South Solid trains and through sleepers to Jacksonville 109 miles shorter than any other line Service as perfect as a modern American railway can make it Apply to any agent or send your address to W C RINEAR SON G P A Cincinnat- O for winter tourists rates schedules information as to hotels etc See that your tickets read over the Queen and Crescent Route Â¬ -- Angeles Colton San Bernardino San Diego or Portland Oregon and return fur S9 165 on account of Midwinter Fair at San Fran- Â¬ cisco Gil December 1st to April 30th 1S94 Buckleiis Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup 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 Â¬ Strength and Health LaGrippe has left you weak and weary use Electric Bitters This remedy acts directly on Liver Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding those organs to perform their functions If you are afflicted with Sick Headache you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters One trial will convince you that this is the remedy you need Large bottles only 50 cents at Phil Carpenters G drug store m Â¬ healthy If you are not feeling strong and try Electric Bitters If dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman Miles Herve and Liver Fills Phil Carpenter For Sale ok Kent 8 ly My resi Â¬ IJand Seekers Excursions Would be pleased to have all farmers or others who are inter- Â¬ ested drop us a card asking for information about our Land Seek ers Excursions Tickets at one fare for the round trip from Cincinnati Louisville or Lexington Ky to points in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and points in Georgia as far east as Augusta also to New Orleans and Mobile Excursions January 8th Febru ary 8th March 8th and April 9th Limited to twenty days for return Write to W P Cooley T P A Cleveland O C A BairH T P A Detroit Mich or A J Lytic N P A Chicago Ills for information as to rates etc and for literature on the South or Â¬ Â¬ to W C Rineakson G P A Cincinnati O How About The Weather The Weekly Courier Journal published at Louisville Ky delights in keeping its subscribers Â¬ 4 guessing In addition to being the greatest Democratic news paper published it has been a pioneer in enterprisees that require thought and figuring on the pirt of its subscribers The Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-d- greater income such spectacles are seen as that of Commodore Vanderbilt and his 45 000000 of bonds Hence it is that Midwinter Fair The Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ road will sell tickets to San Fran- Â¬ AcThe tariff debate in Congress the cisco and return for 9165 Midwinter Fair pastwoek has been quite animated count C D Bercaw but thet results have varied very GPA muohaocording to the politics of the Â¬ uted among forty five guessers is a sample of this The latest guessing offer of this paper is on the weather that one subject on which we all consider ourselves prophets The Weekly Courier Journal proposes to give Si 000 in cash to its subscribers whof can name the coldest day in the month of February 1894 at Louisville Ky and guess closest to the lov est temperature on this day The contest closes January 31 1894 Every new subscriber who sends 1 can make one guess and every old subscriber who renews send- Â¬ ing 1 can guess Send for a sample copy of the paper for lull particulars Write at once as the time is short Weeklys estimating contest on the election in 1892 by whrch 14300 in gold coin were distrib- Â¬ Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at 45 ly J W Gayles Frankfort Ky Found A clasp door key was Announcement picked up on ti e street and left at The owner can have No apology is necessary on the this office same by calling and proving score of medical propriety for thus announcing to the profession property and the public that we have made a long careful and special study of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the is one of the first signs of results of our extensive experience poor health Coughs Colds in Kentucky and surrounding Weak Lungs Diseased Blood countries in a system of rational and successful treatment that we follow believe has never heretofore been attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful cases KV not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our assertion that our system does cure cancer With a positive the Cream of Codliver Oil knowledge of this fact now so cures all of these weakness- Â¬ fully endorsed by thousands of sufes Take it in time to avert ferers and approved by the pro Â¬ illness if you can Physicians fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any the world over endorse it means in our power to spread the Dont be deceived by Substitutes glad tidings among those afflicted Prcoarccl by Scott liowne X V Alt Druggist with this most terrible and hopeless of diseases We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause c varieties of cancers and Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ tumors The Direct and Popular Line to esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ dressing TB Loss of Flesh Scotts Emulsion Â¬ Â¬ MONON ROUTE Drs Current Smith Paris Ky The above cancer doctors will be at the Meriwether Hotel on Monday February 5 th Court Day 17 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST tf The Ij N Will sell round trip tickets to Mobile Alabama at 855 and to And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address New Orleans Louisianaat 1980 on January 20th to February 4th inclusive Return limit February B LBryan C P A W G Crush D Pi A 28 Account Mardi Gras LOUISVILLE OR Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers KY All dealers keen It 81 per bottle Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper FOR DYSPEPSIA Indigestion and Stomach disorders take mtOWNS IRON UITTKUS Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 A av 1 V fmrrMmrrrj m wJrav jjv viv jr X pA orurt TOFfiprT t i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post omce at FmnkfortKentucky iih secontl elnss nmlluble NO GOOD matter The South Abutment or the New Bridge Fulling Apart While the work of erecting the south abutment for the new St Clair street bridge was going up experienced workmen who saw It predicted that it would not stand as the work was being badly exe- Â¬ cuted Their words proved true for on Monday it was discovered that the joints in one of the wing walls and the abutment itself weie separating and by Tuesday morning a crack had opened down the entire front of the abutment and the other the wing wall was also coming apart Prof Nelson the engineer in charge and Mr Morris of the King Bridge Co were both here op Monday ex amined the work and Prof Nelson gave it as his opinion that the cracks made no difference but on Tuesday Mr Sickner of the Con- Â¬ struction Company announced his determination not to swing the bridge upon the abutment as it would not hold it the crack hav- Â¬ ing widened preceptibly Prof Nelson was sent for and after a thorough examination of the wall he still gave it as his opinion that it was not going to fall down but he was informed by members of the committee that the abutment would not be accepted that it must come down and that he must notify the King Bridye people to that effect Â¬ Rosy cheeks are not nindo from tho outside Puro blood an activo liver good appe Â¬ tite ana digestion JACOB SWIGERT - CO GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT i JANUARY 27 1894 Sued the UIr Four Last fall Mrs Mary R Haft of this city was on her way to the bedside of her dying husband in Peru New York and the train on the Big Four in which she was traveling collided with a freight train at Springfield Ohio causing a delay of jour hours In addition to being bruised and shaken up by the accident she was very anxious to learn of her husbands condition and desired to to tele- Â¬ graph for that purpose but the conductor of the train refused to send a dispatch for her saying the railroad was using all its lines for its own purposes In consequence Mrs HafT says she suffered great pain of body and mind and has brought suit against the road for two thousand dollars damages through her attorney James AnThe railroad has drew Scott offered to compromise on five hundred but the offer was rejected Â¬ Â¬ Pierces Golden Medical Discovery First and foremost and abovo all things it purifies tho blood Not only in March April and May when tho sarsaparillna claim to do good but all tho year round it cleanses renews and invigorates tho system rouses every organ into healthful action ana drives out blood poisons of every name and nature For the worst forms of Scrofula tho most stubborn Skin and Scalp Diseases such as Salt rheum Eczema Tetter Erysipelas and alt diseases or disorders caused Dy a torpid liver or impure blood nothing can equal it things that givo them And theso aro tho things that vou ect with Dr theso aro tho Have Removed From the Batzell Building -- ON MAIN STEET TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel short time 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a If any thing could it would bo guaran Â¬ is If that teed just as the Discovery fails to benefit or cure you have your money back Is any thing that isnt sold in this way likely to be just as good f See that you get the genuine medicine W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST PATENT Before the Committee The delegation which left here on Saturday for Washington City appeared before the Committee on Rivers and Harbors Tuesday morning and urged the impor- Â¬ tance of the completion of the improvement of the Kentucky river to the Three Forks Speeches were made by Gov J Proctor Knott Hon Albert S Berry Col J Stoddard Johnston Hon John R Procter Gen W J Hendrick and Maj D W Lock wood U S Engineer in charge of the river The committee were nuch im- Â¬ pressed with the arguments and it is very probable that they will recommend a liberal appropriation or the placing of the river under the contract system Â¬ Democratiee Primary The Democratic County Com Â¬ mittee have ordtred a primary ejection to be held on the sixth of March to select candidates for t e county offices to be filled at the next November election tees who in some instances are led to buy superfluous things and more cost- Â¬ ly ones than are necessary and thus shamefully to increase the burdens of the districts 3 That men having but an insignificant pnrb of the required outfit succeed by misconstruing the statute and garbling such recommendations as they have obtained in selling Buoh incomplete equipment ior about as much as a complete eqnipment ought to coat Trustees are advised to buy only those combinations or sets which fully meet the demands of the law Two buy here a little and there a little will result in spending two three or four times too muoh money It is important that Superintend Â¬ ents guard themselves against being misquoted or misrepresented in this matter and that they protect their people by warning them against those unscrupulous persons who are fast bringing into odium not only the law but all the good and true men engag Â¬ ed in the work What the General Assembly aimed at was largely to increase the effici Â¬ ency of the teacher at a comparative- Â¬ ly insignificant outlay making it possible to impart real instruction on all the branches of our long course of study but the law has been made the means in certain localities of exas Â¬ perating the people against tt and in no few instances of swindling them In several instances I have cordially Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND Jan 1 MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE 21 t L GAYLE JOE T STATES ft CO Have purchased the entire stock of i i j i i FURNITURE i j M Will Meet Here The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association has decided to hold the next meet ing of that body in this city on the 6th and 7th of June Â¬ The Green IUver House The attention of the tobacco - When War is Declared Asninst a ninns huppliifw by liln stomach the enemy may be paclnrf and b oulit Fpeerilly nnfc euhi y to terms That potent regulator or ilge Hon ohtetters Stomach Hitters dlsclplln s the j Indigestion arises rebellious or 111 thoroughly f oin weakness of the stomach and the food in It for want of the power to Uljj st decomposes and acidifies jrlvitiB rlseto heartburn llatulence and pain besides a multitude of symptoms both Hut peace soon chaiiRelul and perplexing reigns when thegreit stomachic Is resorted lo and used Hi h persistence Dyspepsia Klvea rise to morbid discomposure of mind and even sleep Â¬ To lessness and hypochondria In chronic cases the complete dismissal of these the Bitters Is fully adequate Liver complaint constipation debility rheunritlsni and malaria are complete Â¬ ly subdued by this genlitl medicine mi lil tte growers oi ihN count is called to the advertisement of the Green i WhyJJoiiH Von Stop River Tobacco Warehouse which appears in another column This is These words are very familiar to our readers as not a day passes witha popular and old established out the report of tho sudden death of house but for the satisfaction of some prominent citizen The expla Â¬ nation is 4Heait Disease Therefore those farmers who are looking- for beware if you have any of the follow- Â¬ firm with which to place a reliable ing symptoms Short Breath Pain in Side Smothering Spells Swollen their crops the best of references Ankles Abthmatic Breathing Weak Mr S D are given in this city and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Shoulder and1 Arm Fluttering of Hurst formerly of Woodford These Heart 8r Irregular Pulse Siiperliitendciits symptoms mean heart disease county represents the house in To County VVVVa The most reliable remedy is Dr Trustees and Others this section and is rapidly making Miles New Heart Cure which has Baved thousands of lives disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ If you have not Department friends for Mt of Public Instruction testimonials free at J W Book of Our Gayles Office of Superintendent shipped your crop yet remember STERED FURNITURE Frankfort KyI Jan 15 1894 who also sells the New Heart Cure 1 the Green River House when you Complaints are reaching this office notice offer We will with increased frequency that some are ready to send it to market A Kentucky Giant agents for the sale of maps charts and other illustrative apparatus are Boss Skaggs Fishing Good the Kentucky giving much offense by misrepresent giant lives on a farm in Lawrence ations through which they impose For several weeks past the upon the people and it becomes my county and is spending the winter duty made that weather has been so mild and your to notice theoharges directed to in grooming up for the circus sea- Â¬ Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor attention may be Come while When twenty c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas pleasant that our local fishermen whatever abuse may really exist It son this summer is clear that there is some ground for years old he only weighed 180 the assortment is unbroken have taken advantage of every op- uerious dissatisfaction He U now iliirty two pounds portunity to cast a line Quite a It is alledged men induce trustees years old and is 6 feet inches in 1 That some 9 number of fine strings of perch to take their articles by declaring height girts 5 feet 6 inches have been taken from Elkhorn that the County Superintendent has around the waist 36 inches around adopted them for all his districts and On Tuesday a that they cannot therefore legally the thigh 24 inches around the and Blacks pond 3party went out to the latter place buy any othersare exceedingly learn- Â¬ arm and 19 inches around the 2 That they It requires 9 yards of jeans neck and returned in the afternoon with ed in the law reading und ex- Â¬ to make him a coat and 6 yards pounding it and dwelling upon its a string about four feet long of as penalties to the confusion of trus- - to make him a pair of pants fine mongrels and goggle eyes as we have ever seen Awarded Highest Honors---WorldFairs Â¬ recommended combinations of maps charts globes lor two reasons First they seemed to me to cover our course of study and to meet all the demands of the law Second I was assured that such outfit as I held to be sufficient should cost each district less than fifty dollars I learn with astonishment that some into whose hands copies of these letters have fallen are misquoting and misconstruing to make the impression that the State Superintendent favors only a particular outfit so that my efforts to protact the people have been per verted to their hurt Some County Superintendents have received the same treatment The people have their remedy In cases where trustees have paid money or given notes to cover exorbitant prices for school 6iippfies they ought to proceed against the perpetrators of the fraud under the Statutes for punishing those who obtain money by false pretenses Ed Porter Thompson sc Of Frankfort Furniture ManufViptnrinp On - 4 4d 1 If i i i 4 Ji Â¬ Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT I Â¬ OHEVAL I I 1500 1800 j Cams now and look ws have 100 j Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sail in the next few months 1 4 1 226 ANN STREET - YOU WANT to g et xasr onsr THIS OFFER until further greatly at inventory Â¬ RRDUGED M3JQEB R ROGERS SON - Lawn Mowers 4 s A Now Planing Mill Mr S T Pence has commenced the erection of a large building on his lot at the west end of the railroad bridge in which he will operate a planing mill and tobacco The location hogshead factory is a splendid one for shipping facilities as he will have both the N railroad and the river L right at his door fee rJ y I QSPRICES Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware autf- - on LAWN MOWERS I QHSBf The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder AprlUHy No Ammonia No Alum Lead The Market ae 14 - 500 450- - Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard 323 rV beadwaZ Street ff O I- iv vmwWw tV WWPWJP11 itnji EAR 5 i f B CR OTCHBR SxeoJaeat T TX7- - CRVTCHER Secretary yi uggi KY And all styles Vehicles Harness and Saddlery of the haetons ifl VI BUGGY fe HARNESS WORKS We are the only large and completely equipped manufacturers of these goods in Central Kentucky and BUILD ONLY THE BEST HAND MADE WORK which we sell at prices as low as that asked far the cheap factory work heretofore sold hre We build all these goods in wholesale quantities and you are not charged either freight or dealers commissions by buying of us as manufacturers All styles Vehicles etc used in this locality on display at our retail store together with a hirge stock of Plows and extras for same Plow and Wagon Gear Saddles etc All kinds of TurfGoods and supplies SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES Very low prices on Robes Whips and Horse Blankets for 10 days FACTORY HEAD OP BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FfcANKFORT JANUARY 27 13 RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE DR TO CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine And Flowers The W I KELLEY 1894 Fruit OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne HANNEN -- HURSEY Of Tlio Old Wooden Bridge speak Oh time worn bridge And to the llsht thy secrets bring What would thy silent tongue proclaim What echoes from thepast would ring ir thou couldst Who knows what whispered words of love Thy shadows made the lover bold Have lodgod among the tangled webs That to thy blackend rafters hold Oft has the traveler paused at night And ore the dusty railing leaned To gaze upon the rippling waves Where myrald stars In beauty gleamed The many btads that built their nests Beneath thy friendly shelter dry Will miss thee when the springtime comes And round the spot In numbers fly When thou art gone we all shall feel As though a f i lend had passed away But as a f i lend tby rustic form Shall on the leaves o f memry stay CL Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky I Below will be fpuiid a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending January 27 1894 Anderson Daniel Buck John Bachman I Boyd Miss Ruth Bottoms Miss Susie Cacrenn Daniel Ohilds Miss Amanda Cunningham Mrs Gaither Mrs Edith Gillett Grant Gunter Pery Fry W H Davis Mrs M Ellis George N Julia Griggs W T Howard Mrs Mary Lane Wm McvBeth Mrs Sue san Mathely James Polly Henry Spencer Sue Wilson Esther Tinsley SM Green Sally When calling for these letters say J M Saffell P M advertised I WillianiBMrsMO Ills Ilouso Burned The residence of Mr Walker Gauit three miles from this city on the Louisville pike was deMr stroyed by fire Monday Gault and wife had gone to Bridgeport and when they returned They found their home in ruins lost all their clothing and furni- Â¬ ture as the house and contents There were entirely consumed was only 300 insurance on the house Â¬ Â¬ Midwinter Exposition already much talked of bids fair IN LEXINGTON KY to rival the great fair that has just closed at Chicago not in size Saturday February 3 1894 perhaps but certainly so in Saturday February 17 1804 originality in richness and in deHEMORRHOIDS Piles without surgica lighted visitors who will unani- operation uu d with little cured puln or no mously agree that the Pacific REEERENCES Coast is worth many times the W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky time and money spent to visit it J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky in its return of delightful climate J T Stuten Frankfort Ky V mellow sunlight wondrous growth RevBerberlch Frankfort KyKy L P Uulett Benson Ky of vegetation and the heretofore A H McClure Frankfort Ky W J Hughes Frankfort work of industries David Moore Benson Ky unheard of net I connected with fruit raising and JasM Wlthrow FrankfoitKy DR KELLEYS office ana residence Is at 269 the shipping of theproduct West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may In order tof give an opportunity be found every day of each week except SATUR DAYS Pamphlets describing these for everybody to visit this wonder- Â¬ and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KKLLEY M D Cali- by addressing land during the Exposition 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O Cres- Â¬ fornia rates via the Queen CONSULTATION FREE cent Route have been reduced and every one ay find the cost of such a trip within his means As for equipment it is the only line by which you can travel from TE3IE- Cincinnati to San Francisco absolutely without change Tourist sleeping cars run every two weeks through from Cincinnati to San Solid vestibuled trains Francisco twice a day from Cincinnati to New Orleans where connection is MAIN STRliliT made with through trains and 334 Pullman sleepers daily to CaliFRANKFORT K fornia points Through car service to either New Orleans or Shreve pnrt making direct connection for Texas Mexico and California From Louisville through trains make direct conneciion at Lexing ton with solid vestibuled service to New Orleans Send to us for further par- Â¬ ticulars Ask agents for rates schedules and other information or address W C Rinearspn G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ FHOEXTIS HOT3I DEALERS IN t Wagons Carriages and Buggies OF ZNTIfcT n ji Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 I -A-- STZESIEIET iifi vtff Ct A Â¬ 9 gg en CD flYE ftrrS r S HG MATTERS eocto CTsc CD f CO 00 HfEEEfliffSSefrjf EEflBflH EwEmlSttEEVsE EmEEvL W p f i CD oSStZCrS flHEEfUEEEflEKEEEEEBEEEBEW sH Â¬ Putiinitr D 7SgxKfgR CDt BvSJKSiafn9rSEV9EEEEmEl d Po Ch Â¬ j T o jc o CD -- iO CD i m P H POft Oil CD J CD r VilliistMriilfc jjhjeBBBBHeee1eb VnBfc Sep ml k V Tlic Finest Train 111 America Is conceded to be the Southwestern Limited via Big Four Route This to New York and Boston magnificent Wagner Train has been built especially for service between Cincinnati New York running through and Boston solid to these cities without change Composed of Eleyant of cars Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Library and Cafe Car and Hotel Dining Car it has become famous Complete in all of its appointments it is to day king of the road It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m daily from Central Union Station all with making connections through trains from the South and lands passengers in New York City at Grand Central Station avoiding ferry transfer When you gb East take this train D B MARTIN General Pass- Â¬ enger and Ticket Agent E O McCORMICK Passenger Traffic Manager Â¬ Â¬ WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS PROM THE USE OF A Good Record John C Mastin of this city attended the shooting match at Newtown Scott county on Wednesday of last week He won two matches was second three times divided three premiums and made the best record at live birds of any of the twenty one gentlemen who participated Doctors Chunge Mr fif23 rr Decl6 ly SAPOLIO 109 WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN It mrtm thai tha Quern anil Creirent Rniil li M mllri ihorteil Utwecn Cnuinnutt anj Itxlngtoii 3uillei iliortut Cincinnati to Uir mlnnhamt il miles ahorteat Cincinnati ti New Orlcann H9 uiil aliortett Cincinnati to CbutUnoug Atlanta or Jukiunvilla Florida D mi j m self cociUnff for DOUBLE BREECH LOADER snot Gnus from WlBClMter Rifles Breecb Loaflinir BUR V Williams has been appointed a member of the Board of Pension Examiners in this city to succeed Dr Jas R Ely Dr U During the epidemic of la grippe Chamberlains Oongh Remedy took the lead here and was much better liked than other cough medicine H M Bangs druggist Ohatsworth 111 The grip is much the same as a very severe cold and requires pre Â¬ This cisely the same treatment remedy is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendency of the disease toward pneumonia For sale by J W Gaylo druggist 200 to 55000 925 to 1200 200 to 1000 Model inolrai Mtclel PiateJ New Winchester Eepcatina snot Qin 8m le8taap for 60 pM Catalan 125 1893 1688 GRIFFITH 51 5 Main Street Mar 18 lr SEMPLE uafcnBptrml KY vfl ri LOUISVILLE io8t 4 pos ti v-- zrsriQ I SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Ittwccn nil of the ahova Through Cart to Vlckilnrr ancl MireTfr olnta jwrt Only linn runnlnK throupri car Cintinnatl to Knoxvilla anil Aahetilltf N U Direct lino to Teiajuml Slexlco via New Orleans or vlaShreveport Ask agents about toura to Callfurnla From LoulsTille Phflliyvlllo ami I jim rf ncrhiir direct roauectiun la maJo at Lcxlniton with rvstibulc a trains tu all 1ulntj SSoutlT Needing a tonic or children who want build- lnirup should tako BROWNS IHON BITTERS Indigestion It is pleasant cures Malaria Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia IiADIKS Four weeks by our method teiichliic book Â¬ keeping is eiiuul to twelve weeks by the Positions guurmitwd umlT certain old style conditions OurreeAUund80iiirciitftloKues Send or them Dnumhonfl will explain nil Business College and School ot Shorthtind and Telegraphy Nashville Tonn Cheap board No vaentlnn Enter anytime Address J K Uimuouon lres Nashville Tenn Genl lassr Agent Cincinnati O fi QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v I I V f EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEjEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEm EEmEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEm ttejmlfolxk vmwn 4W y t rtw wfmMt wwm ft9TtIVAV- f -- if rfcft r VMwiw ri- - r v - i nKWrmTT jJ jTj vTjtcj TW v --rTTIi jjTr iiT iTX i J -- - - V s 6 IU3IIGIOUS Chtuigo of Quarters A Good Idea L B MARSHALL W A GAINES V1 K Baptist Church Public worship Col R P Pepper has leaded The city counci1 of Paris has at the Baptist Ohurch to morrow will the track at the Versailles Fair passed a law imposing a fine of be conducted at both services 11 a m Ground one of the fastest in the from 5 to io on a policeman and 7 p m by Rev W 0 Taylor the State and has removed all his who takes a drink of alcoholic or pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in the stock with the exception of a few intoxicating liquor or loafs in a chapel head from the old Fair Ground saloon during the time he is reAs quired to be on duty It would Catholic Church There will be near this city to that place no services to morrow as Rev Father the Versailles track is more con- be a good idea for our city counW E Qorey the pastor is too ill to venient to his stock farms in cil to pass a similar ordinance and conduct them Woodford and Scott counties after it i s passed see that it is enChristian Church -- The usual ser where his trotters are bred his forced vices at 11 and 730 oclock to morrow youngsters will be taken there for Mordl Gras at New Orleans and by the pastor Rev George Darsie development in the future Mobile February O 1804 He Night subject Getting on in the World special sermon to the young will vacate the Old Fair Ground The Queen and Crescent Route Young Peoples Society of Chris about the first of February when will sell round trip tickets to Mardi tian Endeavor in the lecture room at it will be for rent Gras at New Orleans and Mobile 650 at low reduced rates The rate via Returned ibrom Their Trip the handsome vestibuled trains of Episcopal Church Rev E H All of the members of the the Queen and Crescent is as low Ward DD of Lexington will ocas by any other line See that cupy the pulpit to morrow mprning committee which went to Washyour tickets read via Queen and and evening ington City last week in the inter- Crescent Ask agents for full particulars First Presbyterian Church est of the Kentucky river with W C RinearsSn Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the exception of Gov J Proctor Genl Passr Agt will occupy his pulpit to morrow at Knott Gen Fayette Hewitt and Cincinnati O 11 and 730 Gen W J Hendrick returned m The Young Peoples Society of They were well February 8th March 8th and Christian Endeavor will meet in the Thursday pleased with their visit and think April 9th the Kentucky Midland Lecture Room at 645 p m You are the prospects good for a liberal Ry will sell tickets to points in invited Kentucky Tennessee Alabama appropriation to the river Rev H G Methodist Church Mississipi Georgia and Louisiana Got the News Quickly Henderson will occupy hiB pulpit at one fare for the round trip ac- Â¬ to morrow morning and evening at count Land Seekers excursions Bulletins from the prize fight the usual hours Sunday school meets at 930 a m which took place at Jacksonville The Epworth League will convene Florida Thursday afternoon were in the class room at 7 oclock received at the Opera House in this Southern Presbyterian Church city over a special jwire run into the Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor building As the fight was of will occupy his pulpit to morrow such short duration it only remorning at 11 and at 730 p m quiring three rounds to enable Christian Endeavor Rally The Corbett to knock Mitchell out Union Endeavor meeting which con- only a small crowd had gathered venes a week from to morrow at 4 p m in the First Presbyterian Ohurch before the result was known Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL 4 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 countrypropertyfor sale at all times fj Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Â¬ LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE Cross street near Conwav Thlr proper- Â¬ ty veiy go d lot is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood will be sold at u low figure A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frnnkfort on u good turnpike road with a residence of ri rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the feiclng on this pnpertyorenew street South Fronktort known as the Hanna property This property bns inrge grounds tine and In nrst cluss condition This farm has a and mak shade tiers and Is it very desirable locaton quantity of line tobacco landK would also youngj a first class stock farm also tins a either for a home or boarding house peach orchard of u thousand trees besides other wish to Tmy two ahasMa hundred 8 foot locust and posts to ba delivered atX Thorn Sill B MARSHALL X FOR RENT A forsale 4 fJJ Sl m li fruit FOR SALE TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM- acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and Is offered utn bargain TWO 8 14 FOR SALE with residence tenement houses stock und to- Â¬ bacco burns apple orchard and other necessary improvements This land Is mostly In timber and grass and will make a good tobacco or Btock farm It Is offered at u bargain OF 100 OR A FARM Frankfort125 on a150 ACRE3 8 MILES good turnpike road from i- 35000 ACRES OF LANDiS MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we are authorized to sell for three hundred and fifty 15 - dollars PJIGS Â¬ FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD 8 r cutedroad miles from Frankfort a on a goodÂ¬ Johnston on Saelby street now occupied by upon which there Is turnpike brick residence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and Mrs L B Longinoor Possession given about all other necessary improvements This land Is 1st of December In a high state of cultivation the improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a uuIck sale will be offered at a bargain A FOR SALE FOR RENT i -- 43 Â¬ FOR SAKE miles from Frankfort FOR RENT A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This properly Is in ACRES WELL IM GARDEN FARM OF 12 proved located on a good turnpike road 3 good repair and we are authorized to rent it at A vl m il 15 11 5M and refreshing tothe taste and acts genlty yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses tlicx sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers nnd euros habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac oeptalile to the stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial in its efleets prepared only from the most healthy and Agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known m Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c The Bill Ready Mr Rossen has accepted and 1 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists The bill making provision for a position as superintendent of a may not have it on hand will prothe erection of a new capitol large saw mill and lumber yard at cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to building has been about perfected Three Forks City and will leave substitute try it by the committee and may be re- Â¬ Tuesday for that place CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- in celebration of the 13th anniversary lias a Brother Here of the Christian Endeavor movement will be a meeting of more than pass Â¬ John Donaldson one of Cor ing interest It will largely influence seconds in the great fight at the future of this movement in our betts Jacksonville Florida on Thurscity Let everybody attend day is a brother of Mr George The Rev Dr Ward Many of our W Donaldson of the firm of people will remember with pleasure Donaldson in this city the able sermon on Manliness re- Â¬ Reock L cently preached at Ascension Ohurch Ileal Estate Transfers by the Rev E H Ward DD of He will be heard in the Lexington Mr T McClure Phythian has same church on Sunday next both sold his house and lot on Eist morning and evening His sermon at 730 p m will be on The Claims of Main street through the real the Protestant Episcopal Ohurch on estate agency of Messrs L B He comes by Marshall the Men of To day Co to Mr Harry B special request of the Brotherhood of St Andrew to deliver this address Case Seats are free and everyone welcome Going to the Mountains Â¬ per month CMVJS Butji Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut ENJOYS the method and results when L B MARSHALL L 11 FINNELL CO 111 3 F CHOATE Rormerly of Wakefield Choate ud r PLANING MILL Courier - Journal AND Is ii ten page eight coluun Democrats News Â¬ paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTEHSON Is the Editor The WEEKLY COuilER JOPRNAL makes very liberal term to agents and gives free prtmlums for clubs Sample copies of tuo paper mid four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to HOGSHEAD FACTORY 00 Frio 3 1 A Tear 03 i V1 PURCHASED THE FLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congletoii Bros I am prepared to furnish SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH WUBK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES -- AND m LJ -- COURIER JOURNAL CO KY THE LOUISVILLE WJ M WS Â¬ AU KINDS OF- - Â¬ as well at tobacco hogshends half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage is solicited Finish For CHOATE Sept 2 ly at House a ROUNDABOUT Factory one and AND THK WEEKLY COURIERS JOURNAL 190 Ky 1 FINNELI wilt be sent one year to any address for Address r GEO A LEWIS ported to the Senate today The I bill appropriates one million dollars for the purpose one hundred thousands to be expended the first year two hundred thousand annually for four years and one hundred thousand the last year Commissioners are named who are to carry out the work and are required to have the building erected on the present site of the old capitol Now if the friends of the mcas ure will only push it through promptly all will be well A Blood Will Tell SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL p Frankfort Â¬ NEW YORK flY j According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim- Â¬ Hard Times but ples sallow complexion and various erruptions of the skin If in good Still the Ring order it shows in the clear complexion the glow of health the good spirits The latter condition you can produce by the use of Dr Hales Look at the following prices Household Tea the great blood puri Â¬ 19 lbs Granulated Suaar 100 fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c Ar buckles Lyon tutl XXXX 25 cents a package at P H Carpenters drug Beat Hreeu Coffee iWa conts 20 Â¬ REMOVED W L COPPERSMITH REMOVED HI8 JEWELRY ESTABLISH ineiit across tit Clair street Into the room formerly occupied by George Keasoru drajr store where he has opened a full and complete Hue of OAIV 1 rcAVkAftJimMARKsV CQRYRIGHT5 I M in c store V Ii Coppertunith the Jeweler i Slight Blaze The alarm of fire early yester- Â¬ day morning was occasioned by a small blaze in the kitchen at the residence of Mr Willis Rosson on North Wilkinson street The flames were extinguished with a 4ew buckets of water before the Fire pepartment arrived In Olden Times People overlooked the importance DUCKERS KY beneficial effects of permanently Jan 20 2t and were satisfied with transient 21 it r action but now that it is generally On February 18th to March known that Syrup of Figs wiU N will the L 2 1st inclusive BOOKS AND PAPERS OK THE FIRM OF ovmnnnntlir rurn linklHinl rnncti 1 sell round trip tickets to DeFuniak TliE Williams have been placed In my hands for the purpose of winding up the pation well informed people will Springs Florida at 24 return business All persons Indebted to that Arm will forwurd and pay tbelr accounts nt please not buy other laxatives which act coupons good until April 10th once come business must positively Resettled up Tula finally injuie the Account of the Florida Chautau- without f urtlier delay for a time but CHARLES T RAY qua system Office In liume Building Jan 27 2t Is determined to lead them all When it comes to practical work By close and dispatch of same and careful attention to business he has built up a trade that ranks among the first of the kind in and he intends to Frankfort In his new eclipse the past quarters he has one of the pret- Â¬ tiest places of the kind in Frank- Â¬ fort being centrally located where he can handle a large stock He intends to to advantage handle nothing but standard goods of known quality and will sell He has them at bed rock prices been 30 years engaged in the jewelry business and his knowledge is practical and if you want your watch or clock to run take it to him Â¬ Polks Tomatoes 10 cents Sugar Com 10 cents Perfection Corn 12I cents Caramel Syrup Molases per gallon DO cents Jelly per pound 6 cents Apple Hutter per pound IVs cents Preserves per pound 10 cents 8 lbs Tube Psaches 16 cents 3 lbs Pie Peaches 10 cents Maple Syrup per Jug 50 cents Good Tea per pound 85 cents Out Meal per pound 4 cents Lima Beans per pound 5 cents Navy Beans perpuund 4 cents Prunes per pound 10 cents VMKb Sardines 15 cents Mustard Sardines 10 cents American Sardines 5 cents Gallon Can Apples SO cents Marrowfat Peas 10 cents CASH ONLY Everything else Just as cheap Cor Cross and Murr y Jan 20 cents Good Green Coffee Meat per pound 10 cents 190 Best Flour per 100 pounds Jewelry Watches Clock Diamoi U Call and examine goods and prices before pur chasing Dec 9 tf VtdIrigSmgd Frankfort JCr Fine THE 265 Farmjor Rent OBTAIN A PATENT t For a opinion write to wJ an honest nearly fifty years wKo hve bad exprienM lu the Mtent bnfl8w Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation oonoernlBB Patent and bow to obÂ¬ tain oem aant fro Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scimtlflo books sent free Patents takea through Mann k Co receive pedal notice in the HcientiHo American ana tktu are brought widely before the publlowttb Mt cost to the inventor This splendid paper Isaued weekly eleant ly illnatrated has by the largest circulation of any aolentiflo work far the in arear campis- - copies aem xree wuriq wuminff wiiiio monthly fi60 year Single sw as cents err oumper contains Dcau- plates in colors and photographs of now pians enaoung ouuaers to snowrtha IrniB MRRPLB16 V N N As CO n SAf m a VHii it and aeciire ooniracio Aaaross GO NXW VOBK 361 flnOAUWAT ac acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st IbM For porticu larsapplyto FBANKCWNK FranUort 1C July22 tf CITY DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING on the Georgetown pike containing Chesapeake Wl Ml TCK Ohio Ry WASBIXS 1 C PHILADELPHIA lra E GARDNER JOSTON and all Eastern lies in com in Physician JOHN DRISCOLL d Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st 1692 m s T - and - Surgeon Liquor Merchant A AST BOUND 7 1S Ai V Atlanta Express No 23 dally Midland Aooom no w oauy ex bun uhua m Express No24 dolly Vestibuled 610 pm MtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex 8unB30i M WKST Lve Lexing NOTICE full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BR04DWAY April 15 tf opposite Stato House v Job work neatly exe- - Arr Lexuuton Lexington AccomNo27 dnllyexBun 860 a m Express No 21 dally UH5p m Louisville Lexington AccomNo 25dallTexSun416p m Vestibuled Express No 23 daily 616 PM Folid Vestibuled Trains with JMnlng Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change No Buh transfers O W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky H W FULLER Genl Pass Agt iiovmd Wi Â¬ outedathis ifcto office Washington D 0 Asst Genl Pass i C B RYAN Cincinnati Agt - liilfc35JS4JsiJiyJ2ili 1Vvriir5l wrv ty FWpprir r T nTh V i W wfvwvll 7 1 Ut I WE INVITE ALL Tv73nLils tliey can gret tlxe Benefit of o ur Xjotxt Note a fewof the items below ZEPxices TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in our line General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips Saddles Leather White Lead S W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass PlasterLime Cement Salt Sash Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe j Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Death or Mrs Clur Agnes II Mc in sor- Â¬ a S3 J p M A COLLINS Deaths Cannon Mrs Louisa Cannon widow of the late Capt John W Cannon died at her home corner Ann and Clinton streets Tuesday afternoon at 145 ater a brief illness with pneumonia superinduced by an attack of the grippe The deceased was a most excellent Christian lady who was greatly beloved by all who knew her For many years she lid been a member of the Presbyterian Church and died in the full hope of a glorious life beyond the tomb Her funeral took place Thursday morning at 1 oclock from her late residence the services being conducted by Rev J McDD her Clusky Blayney pastor She leaves five children viz Mr W L Cannon of Woodford county Mrs John P Starks and Mrs John Foster of Louisville and Messrs John W and Frank Cannon of this city to mourn her Â¬ Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank The announcement contained the above heading will carry row to a large circle of friends and relatives not only in this commu nity but scattered all over this broad land Mrs McCire was the fourth childjjof George and Mary Todd was born in this city February 20 1813 married the late John D McClure in 1830 and died on Saturday evening January 20 1894 lacking only one month of being 81 years old She professed religion and united with the Presbyterian Church in 1828 By her marriage with Mr Mc Clure she had ten children seven sons and three daughters nine of whom lived to be grown At the time of her death two sons and wo daughters were left Messrs A H and R K McClure of this city Mrs Mary E of Texas and Mrs Winston Mattie A Kelley of Hoplcinsville Â¬ Â¬ Ky After her marriage she removed with her husband to Ohio to A few years later they side re- Â¬ re- Â¬ tf tfv 1 M5 v A M tf 4 I F M lit V ill P 1- turned to Kentucky and lived Her several years in Owentown husband dying in 1857 she re turned t this city and remained the rest of her life How prosaic the above recital appears to one who casually reads it and yet how pregnant with the struggles and sorrows the hopes and joysof an earnest loving and pious life it becomes to one who knew her lifes history Kind and gentle she ever had a word of cheer for the despondent Generous and sympathetic many will long remember her deeds of loving care and tender nursing for the poor the sick the distressed Firm and un- Â¬ and the dying yielding in her sense of right yet never harsh to the erring and mis Her aim in life seemed guided to be to do the most good to all and to make the young especially Her house as happy as possible was the rendezvous for the chil- Â¬ and dren of her neighborhoo everyone who went there was sure to have a good time She never seemed happier than when surrounded by a room full of joyous Often has the writer Children her say when parents would heard be reluctant to have their children Let them come go so often They do not annoy me I enjoy seeing them happy For goodness sake let them be happy while they Care and sorrow will come can soon enough Her life had more than the Left a usual burden of sorrow widow without means with a house full of children she met all the demands upon her time and She labor without a murmur saw five children two sons by the fortunes of war fali by the way j side of life with humble submis Â¬ Â¬ sion to the Masters will And as the shadows lengthened on the hill of time her constant ex- Â¬ pression was The Lord has been so good to me all my life Has blessed me far beyond my deserts He will provide for me the little time left Some two- months since she was taken with her last illness From the first she did not think she would recover Wih tender thoughtfulness she gave directions about the disposition of her effects with loving messages for all All that the skill of our best physicians could suggest was done for her relief coupled with the best nursing that loving hands and hearts could render but without avail Slowly the grim monster laid his icy hand upon her loved form With faith unshaken in Him who had been her life long trust she calmly awaited through excruciating agony the summons from on Conscious to the last she high quietlyfell asleep in Jesus In addition to sons and daughters sons in law and daughters-in- law she left a large family of grand and great grandchildren one sister Mrs Mary J Lewis of this city one brother Mr John M Todd of Louisville and a host of nieces and nephews to Wuum her loss The funeral was held at the First Presbyterian Church on Mon day afternoon at 3 oclock the services being conducted by Rev J McClusky Blayney D D The house was filled to overflowing with friends to pay the last tribute of affection to one they had known and loved so long The pall bearers were her four grandsons Messrs McClure and Wallace Kelly and Messrs Will H and A H McClure jr and her two nephews Messrs Eugene Knott and --Will A Lewis with Messrs S C Hull W H Averill W T Reading James M Todd E L Samuel and Judge J I Landes as honorary pall bearers Her life was a benediction and her memory will long remain as the perfume of sweet flowers May the Great Comforter min ister to the stricken - FULL WINTER OIF1 STOCK BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS T 1 Â¬ I M CLURE SONS We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right loss Â¬ Mr Thomas Moran Moran died at the residence bf his son Mr J P Cowmey on in law East Main street Sunday morning His fum ral after a brief illness took place Monday morning from the Catholic Church liirths Kendrick in Â¬ this county on fo our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Monday January 22 1894 to Mr Geo A Kendrick and wife a son Wilson In Washington City to Mr Omar Wilson and wife a daughter May go to Memphis The foot ball team in have been re organized pect to go to Memphis next week to play a game club in that city this city and ex- Â¬ Tenn with the At our goeds Wu know what you need have the goods and will please you n 5P0SES25thgSMJSBMi Throat Cares Consumption Coughs Croup Bore Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chen Shilohs Porous will give great Mtifaction as cents Platter LK MXLURE SON Â¬ says Mrs 1 8 HRwkinsCtaattanoogttiTenn ShOohaVttalizcr SAVED MY LIVE I cotutdcritthebestremuliiforadebUitatrdwUTn For I ever used excels Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney Price 75 eta trouble It SHILOH VITALIZER jSSSSSISUIlSaaEXaaBSl BfjiriiLa State op Ohio City op Toledo Frank J Obeeney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every caBe of Catarrh that can nob be oured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Luoas County S ss Have you Catarrh Trythto Remedy It will relieve and Cure you Price 60 eta This In Â¬ jector for Its successful treatment Is furnished free Sollons Remedies are sold by ua on a guarantee to give buusiucuuu ULohVatarrh REMEDY HALLS OLD STAND For sale by W Jan28lv McKee Hardie or Sawefl Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De Â¬ cember A D 1886 HAVE TIMBER ON PfUSONS WHO who want sawing TO SfcLL the A W GLEASON or done by hundred hud bettor call on R H butor who hits Notary Public j SEAL the best portable saw mills la Kentucky ulso mu Frank J Cheney TWer BonEht Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts dlreotly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75cents ch Inery to manufacture the rough grades of timber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to move anywhere Bee 80 31U FOR SALE 3HCoiase A For Malaria Liver Trou acid Hot bleorIndigestionuso BROWNS IRON BITTERS HOUSE OF SEVEN R00M3 LOCATED on Couww street south side Is offered for For terms apply to sale at a biirguln WM OORMWELL Oct7 tf - klA M b Ml- - CRUTCHER s STARKS l Now that we are through invoicing- we find that we have an immense stock in every department THAT MUST BE CLOSED Before we begin receiving Spring Goods SEE OUR CASH PRICES We are selling 25c V f suspenders for 15c 15c -- We are selling 25c black socks for We are selling 60c shirts and drawers for f We are selling Si shirts and drawers for We are selling 1 40c 75c z w h a We are selling 15 15 and and 12 12 overcoats and ulsters for suits for 8 10 5 xn a Q We are selling 8oo 500 3 We are selling a D B Black We are selling childrens 6 3 suit for 7 and suits old style for 00 working shirts for 65c 25c 33 hc We are selling 40c canton drawers for We are selling 50c Merino socks for We are selling 65c gloves for We are selling 50c socks for a C8 We are selling childrens suits for 200 25c 49c 25c 1 We are selling 150 Cardigan jackets for 1 00 2WS 0 a d cq We are selling childrens 40c knee pants for We are selling childrens 4 and 5 overcoats for We are selling 5 1 and 6 ulsters for h We are selling We are selling Sp Jeans pants for 300 350 100 125 40c iWe are selling t leather collar boxes for 39c Pi 175 Jeans pants for We are selling 50c and 60c underwear for CALL QUICK BEFORE THE CHOICE THINGS ARE SELECTED j Af fi 4tn m Jefferson Old Kentucky Louisville aim main For Jailor siieei Fiankfoii Jn r if W Dingwall Manged by A opened at the Haymarket Theatre to one of the greatest audiences ever assembled in a Chicago thea- Â¬ tre and proved to be the biggest horse drama ever presented in this city The audience tier upon tier was quite as interesting a show as the entertainment on the stage and never for a moment Everypermitted time to drag body acting from the leading lady down to the black race horse was cheered time and again frequently interrupting the course of the In Old Kentucky play is a modern melodrama constructed by C T Dazey two scene painters and two engineers and it is the best production of its class The com- Â¬ ever seen in Chicago pany includes Edward Holland Bradshaw Harry Charles H Mainhall Laura Burt and Charlotte Winnett all players of re- Â¬ cognized ability and high standing Act 1 shows a Kentucky mountain scene of much beauty and unfolds a plot in which the moonthree shine still two murders pairs of lovers a Kentucky Col a heavy villain with Sellers whiskers never grown in the Blue grass region and a horse race figure Frank Layson the hero and Joe Lovey the moonshiner have a desperate struggle for life in which a dynamite bomb takes Madge Brierly an active part the flower of the mountain in love with Frank Layson saves the handsome young man from death and the curtain drops to a roar of Act 2 introduces a applause great delight in a band of young negroes who do buck dancing to their hearts content and shiver the atmosphere with instruments The racemens stable is fired by the villain Madge saves the horse and another curtain falls to the Act 3 tune of wild cheering shows the horse r ce for the Ash laud Oaks and all Lexington is there The jockey of Queen Bess the property of Frank Layson is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hales Household Ointment Inn j Dr accomodation from Lex- Same Is the finest remedy in the world ington Ky 24 the round trip It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Write lor particulars to Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Cin- Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Chas W Zkll D P A in the most soothing manner Cures cinnati O J S Lfith T P Av Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Lexington Ky or W C Rine Cures Coughs and Colds Can be arson G P A Cincinnati O taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Captain Sweeney U San Chilblains Sores of long standing SA Diego Gal says Shilohs Catarrh Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Remedy is the first medicine I have different from all else superior to all ever found that would do me any else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes good Price 50 cents Sold by W Large size oheapest Sold at P H 8 21 Carpenters drug store McKee Hardio Â¬ Common lugs not oolory 4 00 6 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colorv A True Friend 9 00 7 00 ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KT lugs MIDLAND Attorney Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 0C WcareFor County announce A friend in need is a friend in- Â¬ authorized to RJBifRT B 10 0014 00 FIUNKiINnnacan1I1ate for County Attorney to good CEnTrIl STANDARD TIME deed Every family should be pre- Medium fine leaf leaf 14 00 18 00 or Franklin county subject to the action of the TRAINS RUN BY Qood to pared to treat scalds baniB bruises Select or wrappery Democratic party 18 OOfa 21 50 TIME TABLE NOV 26 1893 wounds cuts fee by keeping a box of handy Dr Hales Household Oinraent AMI P X P M For Sheriff Hock Haven No other remedy gives such quick TRAINS B AST No 1 No 8 No 7 We are authorized to announce R D ARM relief or exerts so soothing and heal- STRONG as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin snbject to ing effect For irritated eyelids sore About a year ago I took a violent county November the action of the Democratic Lv Frankfort a 700 400 100 1894 Lv summit 7H6 406 110 nostrils chapped lips and hands attack of la grippe I coughed day party Lv Elkhorn 711 412 126 rough skin boils felons sores etc and night for about six weeks my LvSwltzer 4 20 718 140 For County Clerk nothing equals it Price 25c and 50c wife suggested I try Chamberlains lv stamping 729 4 31 200 are uuthorlzed to announce SMITH Lv DuvaU 7S6 438 210 at P H Carpenters drug store c Cough Remedy At first I could see asWecandidate for reelection to NtheB office of lv Joimaon a 443 742 220 no difference but still kept taking it County Clerk of Franklin county subject to the Lv Georgetown B 741 460 236 of Lv C S Depot Queen and Crescent Route to and soon found that it was what I action te the Democratic party 768 606 300 20 Lv Newtown a08 jjooKout mountain xenn 617 needed If I got no relief from one 320 Lv Centrevllle 810 626 835 dose I took another and it was only Lv Elizabeth For Magistrate 820 629 345 Â¬ a few days o until I was free from the We are authorized to announce JAMES A Ar Paris 64U 830 400 25 covers cost personally con- cough I think people in general LYoN as a candidate for Justice of the Peare II 2MIPMIAMIPH ducted excursion Cincinnati to ought to know the value of this In District No 2 forks of Elxhorn subject to TBA1N8WK8T No No i INo8INolI te Lookout Mountain and return remedy and I take pleasure in ac- - the action ot the Democratic party 9 05 T 0b0 u Lv Paris Ar Elizabeth COO 915 4ru February 1st and February 15 th knowledging the benefit I have re- Ar Oentervllle 920 601 628 L N TIME TABLE maaiBon mustara Ar Newtown 928 612 including meals enroute sleeping ceivea irom it25 and 50 cent bottles 645 Otway Ohio Depot Ar US 940 680 600 railroad fare for sale by J W Qayle drnggist The following tine table is now in Ar Georgetown B car accomodations 1117 685 749 Ar Johnson 1124 642 800 effect upon the L k N road and three days stay at Lookout Ar DuvaU 1180 648 810 Â¬ made drunk by the villain and for a moment it seems as though the horse could not enter the race and so save her master from ruin by winning it but Madge comes to the front again dons the jockeys suit nues tne mare ana wins me race Such another race scene was never attempted on the stage Five horses come on in a gallop and the little darkies fall oft amid the wildest confusion of men women and horses to which the audience adds by prolonged cheers Act 4 shows the villain punished the lovers all married and a genuine Kentucky love feast Laura Burt easily carries the honors of the piece Miss Winnett and Mr Bradshaw furnish the comedy element and it is exquisite from first to last Chicago Record January 16 1894 Â¬ IiOUISVIIilE TOU ACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce MINUS WIL LIAMS as a candidate fur re election to the office ol Jailer of Frankflln county subject to the 15 te action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as u candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4339 hhds with receipts for the same period of 4080 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 10542 hhds Sales oftnecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 18272 hhds The larcer part of the Bales was made up of common tobacco deficient both in size and color The market notwithstanding the heavy sales was very firm and active in the main good grades showing more strength and only the common grades show- Â¬ ing any weakness The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Orchard Lawn Garden FULL STOCK OF subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H F SHOW- ALTER as a c uidldato for Jailor of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAS DESMOND OCONNOR as n candidate for Assessor of Frank Â¬ lin county Subject to the action of the Republi Â¬ Fruit Ornamental Trees Asparagus m Grape Vines For Assessor can party We are authorized to unnounce LEWIS A IIARROD as a candid ite for sscssor of Franklin county subject to the action ot the Democratic party SMALL FRDITS SURUBSaudeverythlng usually found In a nursery establishment We sell ulrect to the planter and have noageiits Catalogue on HPnllcatlon a F lilLLENMKYfcR Oct 214m Lexington Ky Kentucky Midland By Shortest and quickest between Trash dark or damaged trash 2 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory Â¬ 4 00 unty Judga of Franklin county subject to Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ the action ot the Democratic party 7 50 We are authorized to announce Squire DAN lisle tfaysrillp Cjalhiana Fal Â¬ 5 00 MOORE as a candidate for County Judge of Frank lin county subject to the action of the Democratic 7 00 party mouth and CoTiogton Deo 9 te oC Ci 3 50 4 00 We are authorized to announce B G WIL Â¬ LIAMS as a candidate for re election to the office For County Judge CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Â¬ Â¬ m I I I TBAIN8 WEST No23leaveeFrAnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINBIABT 960 a m 266 pm 786 pm 660 am Ar Stamping Ground Ar Swltzer Ar Elkhorn Ar Summit Ar Frankfort A A connects with L B connects with Q 111 37 1149 1160 1202 1210 666 7 08 780 715 721 906 915 920 8B0 8C0 No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort and The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Ghristiausburg for passengers for tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west Lexington and points beyond For further Information apply to their agents Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage D E B WEITJCL for Cincinnati Noa 23 nnd 21 conneot C Gen BERCAW City Tloket Agent fans Agt at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch GEO II HARPER Gen Supt No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anohorago 0 1020 am SUNDAY TRAINS 463 pm Lvo Frankfort 945 a m Arr Georgetown 1040 736 p jn 866 pnii a m p Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort m 1210 K 0 connects with 4N 4 0 and L8 iV h tfAt tU WH