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The YOL XYII Frankfort Kotjndaboitt A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 22 FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 3 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Arm Broken Mrs William Gallery slipped and fell on the icy pavement in 1 vm OUT AT TjAST Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder The Abutment Â¬ Business and Professional Directory MLLIARD4 AND POOL ABSOLUTELY PURE LAWYERS Monday morning and broke her arm The fracture CHAS G PAYNE CHAS T RA Y was promptly reduced by her Billiards and Pool Attorney at Law physician and she is doing as well The Club Main Sheet as possible under the circum- Â¬ The Finest Tnbles In the city Gymnasium mid Frankfort Kentucky Bowling AUeyt attnotiod stances Ofllce In the Hume Building her back yard Concert To Xight The ladies of Ascension Church CONFECTIONER JOHN R TODD Manufacturing 1 WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky wm Practice In the and the adjoining counties and will also give spedal attenton to the pur Â¬ chase and sale of real etate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Courts ReL Es Vtfe AKfnt i fit Guild will give a concert for the Confectioner There was a meeting of the benefit of the chuich at Prof Postmnstei Snflcll Itetireri rrom St Clair Street Ofllce on Wednesday joint committee of the City Coun- Grahams Academy of Music on Home made Candles 4 Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco cil and County Court held on Madison street In addition to a Near new bridge Mr Jas M Saffell Postmaster afternoon at which Prof musical programme Mrs Jarleys in this city tendered his resigna- Tuesday DRUGS P Nelson the engineer in Wax Works will also be presenttion in November to take effect on J of the bridge and Mr ed with other interesting features W H AVERILL the ist of Debember and has charge P Cowing representing the Druggist been anxious ever since to get out John A Pliysiciun King Bridge Co were present Main Street opp City Hall of the office but owing to the Seldom recommends a proprietary Nearly the whole afternoon was medicine A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a A great many use our delay at Washington in sending Â¬ WJ CHNNJR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House NEWSDEALER Office second the commission of his successor and approving his bond Mr Saffell was compelled to hold on until Wednesday last when every thing was ready and he turned over his office to Dr S BHolmes and on Thursday was freed from offi cial care Mr Saffell has made a model officer and it was with regret that those having business with his department saw him retire His able assistants Mr Chas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f I S W Saffell Assistant Postmaster and Miss Emma Morris Stamp and Delivery Clerk who went out with him have discharged their duties well and faithfully and will long be remembered by the people of this community for their polite and cheerful attention to all Mr demanding their services Charley Saffell will yet remain a few days to assist the new force in learning their dDties but other Â¬ consumed in discussing the condition of the south abutment but without any definite conclusion being reached the meeting adjourned until Thursday afternoon to give Prof Nelson an opportunity to have Mr John McLeod of Louisville an experienced engi- Â¬ neer for many years in the employ N Railroad to come of the L here examine the walls and give his opinion as to whether their condition is such as to require their being taken down and rebuilt Mr McLeod wrote that it would be impossible for him to be here before next week consequently the meeting of Thursday was adjourned over until sometime the coming week the day to be fixed hereafter In the meantime Prof Nelson has ordered the earth filling of the abutment to be re- Â¬ moved Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes us that he has had occasion to use Dr Hales Household Ointment in several cases of burns and thinks it has few equals He writes he has also used the Dr Hales Household Tea in his own fetnily and finds it is so good that he cannot afford to do without it It is the great blood pu jruaibivoijr iiudi uuu ucivc tuiiiu cures dyspepsia constipation bilious- Â¬ 25 and 59 cents per pack- ness etc age at P H Carpenters drug store specialty Cigars and Tobacco compounded at all hours Prescriptions JNO W R WILLIAMS CO Druggists 314 Main Street GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods PAINTERS Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Fine fatutlonerj hours A line line or Funcy Toilet Articles FLOUR AND FEED REOCK a Ite33 HARJSTEI Blanket Sale This Week DONALDSON Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce Fincel Block South Side Fish an I Game In season Pickles and Preserves LIVERY Choice WB BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street Oysters Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand WINES MANGAN DARNELL Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street GEO B SA LENDER Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street specialty California Wines a a Wine and Liquor dealer 20 Per Cent Off ON ALL ii feT XSU L IT lr k Hi UK r Jt j r Wants to Go Home wise the office is now in full charge administration and let of the new Mr D C Hardin at present tis hope that when the new post- Clerk of the Railroad Commis- master reaches the end of his in this city is a candidate term he shall have earned the fsion for County Clerk of his home plaudits of all good citizens for county of Nelson Some fifteen the manner in which he has conyears ago Mr Hardin gave up a ducted the business of his office position in the Auditors office to become Circuit Clerk of his counGone Into Business ty which position he held until Mr F M Scofield has pur- Â¬ appointed to his present clerkship and and if he should succeed in getting blacksmith the chased wagon repair shop of Mr J W the nomination for the offiee he is Second street now after he will probably return on Rankins Shelby and will conduct the to Bardstown to spend the rest of near Mr his days as Dave is one of the business in the future his feed retains Rankin still cleverest fellows in the world and and coal business and will remove when he once gets into an office his stock into the store room the people of Nelson county will recently occupied by Mrs Josie want to keep him there always Stephens This sale necessitates a slight change of location for the The Modern Invalid Department and South Side Fire medicinally in keeping Mr Rankin will put up a shed for Has tastes A remedy the horse and hose wagon on the with others luxuries be pleasantly acceptable in lot adjoining the shop while the must form purely wholesome in com- Â¬ men will be comfortably quartered position truly beneficial in effect in the office of his coal scales and entirely free from every obA Now Bridge JCeepor jectionable quality If really ill he consults a physician if consti- Â¬ Mr Tobe Griffey who has been pated he uses the gentle family keeper of the old St Clair street laxative Syrup of Figs bnge for the past year resigned that position on Tuesday and the A Million Friends joint Committee of the City Coun- Â¬ A friend in need is a friend indeed cil and County Court elected Mr and not less than one million people W B Larkin to fill the position have found just such a friend in Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump Mr 0 F Davis editor of the tion Coughs and Colds If you have I never used this Great Cough Medi Â¬ Bloomfield Iowa Farmer says can recommend Chamberlains Cough cine one trial will convince you that Remedy to all sufferers with colds it has wonderful ourative powers in and croup I have used it in my all diseases of Throat Chest and family for the past two years and have Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to found it the best I have ever used for do all that is claimed or money will the purpose for which it is intended be refunded Trial bottles free at 50 cent bottles for sale by P H P H Carpenters drug store Large - Carpenter South Side Druggist 1 bottles 50o and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Blankets Comforts Down She Goes ICE CREEPERS WEATHER STRIPS Just supply as Think Of It Now is your time to lay in your I am determined not to SHOVELS carry any of them oer if prices will sell them and I am sure that this discount will sell them all out LANTERNS in a hurry WHITE GOODS SEASON Is now here and my lines of W U liJ COAL HODS GLASS Hamburg Edgings AND M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT DiiikctM We have recently talked with a Republican friend and in the heat of discussion he said he wanted to get it fixed so that no Demo- Â¬ crat could vote There are many Democrats who would like to do likewise toward the Republicans There are men in all parties who would sacrifice their countrys freedom to party prejudice but thank God such is not the spirit of the American people The great majority are for country first and The majority party afterward must rule the people placed our party in power and my Republi- Â¬ can friend must submit When his party shall be in power we will submit gracefully for while the people rule we will suffer no While the very great wrong people rule we need fear no auto Â¬ We may differ as cratic despot to what is best for our country and our people but we cannot forget that it is our country and our people Bulldofus W L Coppersmith the jeweler is offering some bargins in novelties 22 it Â¬ Torehon Laees is complete ever saw the best values you Another large lot of The winter has been mild and the crop of weddings small The house of Mr George Wiley of this county was destroyed by fire on Thursday of last week The building and contents were entirely destroyed and the family barely escaped 3000 insurance We had intended to indite you The a poem on the subject of Beautiful Snow but the demands of business have prevented us diong so fwt ti REMNANTS in Hamburgs ready fcr vour in 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 at25 cent worth 35 cents a yard 250 yards Sea Island shirting 36 inches wide beautiful patterns only 12 cents a yard Bargains now in all the departments at Measels are fast disappearing but influenza holds its grip If a minister comes to this section and preaches the truth he at once becomes unpopular There is much talk of the In coming race for Congress this immediate vicinity Mr Owens It is seems to be in the lead said by many that Billy Owens is a fine poker player but we Owens The other At No 319 Main Street near men can only reply gentlemen have their little foibles too State National Bank HART5TEIN5 JV SttoMAxiLi 1a K ft f Bf 4 Sfr Moyor John T Hinton Polioe R A White T J Ransdell Wm Gaektner Judge Ohas D Webb and Councilman AvUd Mr 0 Wilson of Louisville was in D C Parish of Paris came down tULMKfi the city on Tuesday Thursday to attend at meeting of Col AttillaCox of LouiBVille spent representatives of cities of the fourth class Monday in this city Miss Louise Schuling who has been Mr W H Carter returned Monday visiting her cousins Misses Lizzie and from his trip to Florida Mr Geo Inman wife and son have Florence Weitzel loft Wednesday s morninp- accompanied by Miss Lizzie ll3fiVmall MyiTXlLiM3ii returned from Covington Â¬ W50 F0n A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Mr John C Herndon of Louisville Weitzel for Louisville and after mak TONIC Anatrrceablo Laxatlvo and 6REEH RIVER TOBACKO WAREHOUSE ing a short visit to relatives in that Sold by DrufwfMs or sent byNERVE25c 50c mail spent Tuesday in this city Misg and SlOG per package Samples free city will leave for the home of Dr William Bailey of Louisville Schuling in Des Moines Iowa The Favorite TOOTH TOTOlI VA HVforthoTeothandIlreatbuS5o AW Vr was in the city Wednesday For sale by W McKee Hardie Society Notes Mrs M W Wilhoit of Monterey HALLS OLD STAND Jan 28 lv is visiting friends in this city The Misses Hazelrigg entertained a City Marshal B B Jeffers leaves to- Â¬ CRESCENT ROUTE number of their friends at cards last QUEEN day for a visit to New Orleans on Third evening at their home Miss Pickett Johnson of Louisville street is visiting friends in this city Miss Rose Crittenden gave a tea GLIMPSE OF THE WORLDS WHITE RANSDELL CD Props FAIR Miss Nettie Walcutt is visiting Miss to several members of the Legislature - LOUISVILLE KY MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH Dessie Wingate near Midway Saturday evening Miss Marie Pepper hai been visiting Mrs Jos H Lewis entertained in A Seleotion of 192 G ems ot The it ntr wn iillllnlllt no UMrBEifl nm nn mrn 1UA11JV 1UU1V UUUailUAUa lIllKTinit KlTXilt llUUBfi friends in Lexington this week honor of the Misses Hays of Louis Oity Seen Through White Miss Josie Ryan has returned from ville on Tuesday evening Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Four Months The Camera a visit to relatives in Dubuque Iowa Mrs P H Carpenter entertained Storage Free of Charge Hon JameSiW Bryan of Coving- Â¬ her lady friends Thursday afternoon This handsome volume containShelbyvlllej Bank Frankfort Farmers tyWe ton spent Saturday last in this city at cards from 3 until 6 oclock ing 192 photographic half tone Bank of refer shippers to DepositCitizens National Louisville and Drover Jan 20 tf Woodford Versailles Messrs John Noel and R D Arm Mrs Howard Black entertained a views of the entire Exposition strong left Saturday for Atlanta Ga number of lady friends at cards showing all main buildings all Hon W O Bradley of Lancaster Tuesday from 11 until 2 oclock at state and territorial buildings all has been in the city several days this her home three miles from this city foreign buildings grounds statu- Â¬ on the Georgetown pike week ary lagoons and about 40 views Miss Mary Talbott Dudley will en- Â¬ of the great Midway Plaisance Mrs Louisa Woods is Yisiting her daughter Mrs Bradley in George- Â¬ tertain the As You Like It Club at will be sent to any address on the Capital iHotel in honor of Miss receipt of 25 cents and five cents town Miss Anglin of Lexington is the Beckner of Winchester on Tuesday for postage This book has been issued by guest of Misses Nellie and Katie night the greatest of Southern Railroads Murphy Big Successes Four Crescent Route and the Queen Hon D L Thornton and Mr J B Having the needed merit to more its excellence is without a flaw Lewis of Versailles were in the city than make good all the advertising A most delightlul collection of Tuesday claimed for them the following four exquisite views in a small and Mr T F Poynter editor of the remedies have reached a phenominal Many book Shelby Sentinel was in the city sale Dr Kings New Discovery for convenient sized Consumption Coughs and Colds such collections are large and Thursday each bottle guaranteed Electric Miss Cox who has been visiting Bitters the great remedy for Liver cumbersome Stomach and Bucklens Send your address and 30 cents Miss Rebecca Averill has returned to Arnica Salve Kidneys in the world the best to W C RINEARSON G P Versailles and Dr Kings new Life Pills which Cincinnati O MIbs Belle Clay of Lexington is are a perfect pill All these remedies A are guaranteed to do just what is visiting Miss Christine Reynolds at claimed for them and the dealer Shilohs Yitalizer is what you need Fleetwood whose name is attached herewith for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow Mr George Browder of Louisville will be glad to tell you more of them Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ spent Sunday in this city visiting Sold at P H Carpenters drug store anteed to give you satisfaction 1 Price 75c Sold by W McKee Hardie his mother STATE GATHERING OF Mrs Taylor of Covington has N TIME TABLE L YOUNG MEN been spending a few days at the Capital Hotel The following Thirteenth Annual Convention jffeot upon the L time table is now ill K road MiBS Page Martin of Richmond of the Young Mens Chris Â¬ Va is visiting the Misses Overton TBAIHS WEST tian Association n Shelby street tfo23leav68Frnnkfort 550 am So 17 leaves Frankfort 950 a m Mrs Weissinger mother of Senator We have received the announce- Mo 21 lenves Frnnkfort 255 pm Weissinger of Louisville spent last ment of the Thirteenth Annual no iu leaves uranKiort v3 p m 1 week in this city State Convention of the Young TBAINSEABT Mr S R Smith left Thursday Men s Christian Associations of No 18 lenves Frankfort 1020 a m 453 p m morning for a trip to Louisville to Kentucky to be held at Covington No 20 leaves Frankfort Frankfort 735 p m visit hisjdaughter February 15 16 17 and 18 The No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves 865 p mi Judge W T Lafferty and M 0 principal speakers will be Prof W No 20 will stop at Anchorage and Swinford Esq of Cynthianawere in G Moorehead Xenia O Prof UhriRtmnsburg for passengers for VV H Marquess Louisville F Lexington and points beyond the city Thursday No 23 17 and 21 oopneot at Lagraage Mrs Arabella Montgomery who L Willis State Secretary Ala- for Cinoinnati Nos 23 and 21 oonneot has been sick for some time has not bama H P Anderson and E L at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch Secretaries of the InHamilton been so well this week Dr J Q A Stewart has bean quite ternational Committee George T Midland ill with pneumonia the past two Howser General Secretary Cin- Â¬ cinnati O A number of well weeks but is improving Siorteat and quickest between Oapt J M Beatty and daughter known business men of the State Miss Lena of Beatty ville were in th and officers of the city college CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT and railroad Association will also ity the first of the week Only direct line between Is ont of th in th State and Xt art prepared to tar Mrs Webster Gazley who has been take part in the program Every young man whether an her mother here has returned Association member or not is Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car out on short notice to her home in Louisville invited also pastors and business lisle Hayiville Cynthiana Fil- Miss Rebecca Averill left yesterday men interested in this special work for San Antonio Texas to spend two Excursion rates have been grantmonth and months with Mrs L M Maus ed over all railroads in Kentucky Misses Maggie White and Tillie and the Covington Association ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Ferguson of Paris are risking the provides entertainment for all ac- Â¬ Misses Holt on Campbell street credited delegates For particulars Mr A H McClure has been quite as to reduced railroad rates cre THAINS BUN BT SEMTRAL STAIOAHD TIME ill Jwith pneumonia at his home on dentials programme TIME TABLE NOV 20 1893 caddress East Main street for the past week Henry E Rosevear State Secre- Â¬ pM AM PM Mr William Grubbs and wife of tary Y M C A 431 W Wal- Â¬ TRAIN3 B AST No 1 No 8 No 7 Springfield Missouri are visiting Mr nut street Louisville Ky and Mrs D B Walcutt near this city A Lv Frankfort 700 100 400 Lv Summit 706 406 110 Clover Root the new Blood LvElkhorn Karls 711 125 412 The Misses Addams and Mr Ded 4 530 718 140 mon of Cynthiana are the guests of Purifier gives freshness and clear- Â¬ Lvswltzer Ground Lv stamping 4 31 729 200 ness to the Complexion and cures Lv Duvall 736 488 210 Mrs Loulie B Longmoor 423 Second Consumption 25c 50c and 100 Lv Johnson 742 220 443 749 Lr Georgetown B 460 235 22 street For sale by W McKee Hardie Lv C S Depot 768 506 300 Lv Newtown 808 617 320 Misses Henrietta Harris of Coving Â¬ Queen and Crescent Route to Lv Centrevlllo 816 525 335 ton and Emma Drake of Lexington Lv Kilzitbetti 629 345 bm Lookout Mountain Tenn 830 040 Ar Iurls 400 0 are visiting Mrs Sam Parrish at 311 MIPM1MPM Lewis street TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No 8 INo13 25 covers cost personally conaA C 0 440 660 The Misses Wickliffe of Louisville ducted excursion Cincinnati to Lv Paris eoo A r Elizabeth 915 4fB daughters of Adjutant General J Lookout Mountain and return Ar CentervlUe 525 604 920 612 545 928 Ar Newtown Crepps Wickliffe are visiting their February 1st and February 15th Ar O S Depot 6S0 600 940 B 635 749 1117 father at the Capital Hotel including meals enroute sleeping Ar Georgetown 800 1124 64 i Ar Johnson 648 810 1130 railroad fare Ar Duvall Dr W L Rodman and wife of car accomodations HHi ArStiimpIngGround fl55 1137 and three ays stay at Lookout Ar Swltzer 11 lJ Louisville came up Sunday evening 11511 Klkhorn Ar 715 to visit Mrs Rodmans father Dr J Inn U1D 721 1202 Ar Summit A 1210 730 925 accomodation from Lex Â¬ Ar Frankfort Same QA Stewart who has been quite ill ington Ky 24 the round trip A connects with L N Mrs William Cheatham and Misaos HB connects with Q C and L S Write for particulars to Loyd and Rogers of Louisville who U connects with K C Cinhave been visiting Mrs James Chas W Zell D P A SUNDAY TRAIN8 cinnati O J S LiTiii T P A Rodman returned home Tuesday Arr Lexington Ky or W C Rine a Lvo Frankfort 945 a m 1110 Georgetown 1040 Arr Frankfort afternoon in Lve Georgetown G PA Cincinnati O 1210 pm Mr Walker Stephens left Tuesday arson The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Blank Books of 11 kinds gotten np in the highest style of tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all for Kansas City Missouri to reside IADIFS west Needing a tonic or children who want build- - points north south east and He will be joined in that city by his intc up bliuuld take the art Old Books and Musio bound at lowest rates Job For further Information upply to their agents imOWVS IKON IJITTKRS KB WEITZEL 0 D BKRCAW femily and his sons and daughters It Is pkiisunt cures Malaria Indigestion City Ticket Agent Gen funs Agt Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia and their families next week Work of all kinds solicited GEOB HARPER Gen Supt PTCIlSONAXi JpkRtiB M HI i - I ropiBBLHIIlJ Tobacco I imp MS lV Green River Warehouse 1 Â¬ Â¬ m fl THE ROUNDABOUT s 111 THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads it t Â¬ M Subscription Only Per Year Â¬ Â¬ Our Job Department bit Kentucky Ry Â¬ - AWWV I I I I nnw iffl I A Â¬ 115 1 - Â¬ M BINDERY - 4 4 M Â¬ iife WIPIP14 ft -- JTKtW5 i JHjfuttMivuuuiKinvsima TmviiXngmjjmti -- wy-- 3 1 i hW Id I I Si WATCHES CLOCKS COLD PENS K If JMlUi JEWELRY DIAMONDS Opera Glasses Sil verplated Ware Water Sets Tea Sets Solid Silverware Silver Bolt Buckles STICK PINS lint Pins j M MV1SK1 H mii MKP1 Gnrter Buckles A full line of Solid Silver Novelties We make a specialty of fjiMW lWlilSmfi P Jrf BERRY BOWLS C ike Celery Stands Stands BUTTER DISHES Spoonholders ffiftl Pickle Casters MWHWUMIIWl SOLID SILVER SPOONS Teaspoons from S3 00 to 1000 per set Dessert Spoons from 750 to Si 2 per set Table Spoons from 10 to 15 per set FyVfigrgpgMiMMWPMlMPWfTTTTJ And everything else in this line 2ffr Tyj 233 St Clair St To California fSjESjCjijBjES 11 THE VOTE OY CRAW As Reported to tho Court Suddutli Sulphur Springs TO CALIFORNIA in Have You Thought About going to Florida this win tei Its the greatest resting place vill sell t i n VJBK ViTr mi w 1 The lads and lassies are taking advantage of the fine weather for The Land of Sunshine Fruit And Flowers The following is the vote of the skating George Mitchell and Robert Gas House precinct at the Novem The Midwinter Exposition Sudduth are about ready to ship already much talked of bids fair vember election as reported to the their tobacco Robert is inclined court by the officers of the elec- to think he would enjoy a trip to to rival the great fair that has just tion during the recent trial of the Louisville closed at Chicago not in size in certainly perhaps contested election cases Married At the home of the originality but richness and so de in in FOR SENATOR bride on Wednesday last by Rev who win unani 140 L P Hulette Mr W W Stephenson Dem James Hulette lighted visitors that the Pacific mously agree 210 JEd Draffln Rep Miss Annie Moore daughter 16 and W T B South Pop Coast is worth many times the of Mr Geo Moore FOR REPRESENTATIVE time and money spent to visit it 147 There is much sickness in our in its return of delightful climate J Cox Dem I B Bridgeford Pop 76 neighborhood W which has a ten- mellow sunlight wondrous growth off all our pleasure of vegetation and the heretofore dency to cut FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 159 in the way of dances and parties Miss Lucy Pattie unheard of net work of industries FOR MAYOR connected with fruit raising and Mr O B Sudduth is about 196 Ira Julian Dem ready to ship his tobacco and he the shipping of the product 180 V Berberich Rep In order to give an opportunity never fails to cast a sheeps eye at FOR POLICE JUDGE for everybody to visit this Wonder158 the widow as she passes by W 0 Herndon Dem Caliland during the Exposition 206 P M Scofield Rep CresLudy Sudduth and family have fornia rates via the Queen FOR CITY PROSECUTOR 162 been quite sick with la grippe and cent Route have been reduced Dem T P Tremere 207 measels but are improving slow- - and every one may find the cost John L Scott jr Rep Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Railway tickets to San Jose Los Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR CITY MARSHAL B B Jeffers Dem W S Morris Rep CITY COUNCIL 165 205 m 1 P M h I First Ward Bon Marshall JesBe P Williams W J Hughes David Nicol C 0 Furr Jacob Swigert 171 181 188 Saml RSmith r I t m i J W Pruett James Rodman R K McOlure H H Watson B 0 Milam Chas T West Second Ward O E Ellwanger O R Orutcher P O Sower J E Miles M P Gray R W McRery J W Milam L H Finnell Third Ward JW Gaines JL Tobin 205 199 185 172 164 158 189 194 189 206 178 176 174 161 190 166 195 200 175 198 168 i K J Weitzel J V Frist War- d- BOARD OF EDUCATION Candidates are as plentiful as blackberries in the summer time Old Dan Moore will be County Judge Old Bourbon Quire is a candidate for Constable Old Nelse Moore is a candidate for Squire Jessie Phillips is a candidate for Constable Young Sam Todd of Bellepoint who is a candidate for County Clerk is out here fixing up his fences He says he is for rotation in office and if he should be elected for this term that he will be willing for anybody that can beat him the next time to waltz in All the young ladies are for Sam Our roads are pretty rough now The St ohn Pike only runs to Walker Quires Would it not be a good idea for the old fossils on the Bagdad end to resign and let the wide awake company on this end take charge of the whole line and put some life into it of such a trip within his means As for equipment it is the only line by which you can travel from 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 made with through trains and Pullman sleepers daily to California points Through car service to either New Oilcans or Shreve port making direct connection for Texas Mexico and California From Louisville through trains make direct connection 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 L Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Land Seeker Excursions J J J J W D Park Wm Wright Third Ward M Case B WSDehoney W Johnson V Williams O A Nelson H G Mattern Second Ward- G T Blackley 164 162 198 201 Jack and A Groat Benefactor Jill 169 169 192 193 159 159 201 H Graham W Gayle Hendrick 203 Hutch in the Hoard Mr Clarence Egbert formerly of this city was on Thursday evening elected a member of the Lexington Board of School TrusÂ¬ Educators nre certainly the greatest benefactors of the race and after reading Dr Franklin Miles popular works we cannot help de Â¬ claring him to be among the most entertaining and educating of au Â¬ New York Daily He is not thors a stranger to our readers atf bis ad Â¬ vertisements appear in our columns in every issue calling attention to the fact that this elegant work on Nervous and Heart Disease is dis Â¬ tributed free by our enterprising druggist J W Gayle Trial bottlei of Dr MilflH Nrvfnft nrn crlvAn nwav also a book of testimonials showing that it is unequalled for nervous headache poor memory Srostration sleeplessness neuralgia hysteria fits epilepsy 2 tees Joseph V Dory of Warsaw 111 was troubled with rheumatism and tried a number of different remedies but says none of them seemed to do him any good but flnnally he got hold of one that speedily cured He was much pleased with him it and felt sure that others similarly afflicted would like to know what the remedy was that cured him He states for the benefit of the public that it is called Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist Mardi Gras at Now Orleans mid Mobile February 0 1804 17 tf The Queen and Crescent Route Dining Car Services will sell round trip tickets to Mardi TluT7N Palace Chair Cars Gras at New Orleans and Mobile Pullman Buffet Sleepers W L Coppersmith is deter- Will sell round trip tickets to at low reduced rates The rate via mined not to be undersold 22 it Mobile Alabama at the handsome vestibuled trains of 855 and to And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address the Queen and Crescent is as low New Orleans Louisiana at 1980 Midwinter Fair i as by any other line See that on January 20th to February 4th your tickets read via Queen and The Kentucky Midland Rail- inclusive Return limit February S L Bryan C P A W 5 Crash D Pi A Crescent road will sell tickets to San Fran- 28 Account Mardi Gras LOUISVILLE KY AcAsk agents for full particulars cisco and return for 9165 m WOll DYSPEPSIA W C Rineakson count Midwinter Fair Indigestion and Stomach disorders take OR For Sale or Rent My dwelling imoWNS IRON BITTHRS C D Bercaw Genl Passr Agt house on Ann street All dealers keep It 1 per bottlo Genulno has trade mark and crowed red line on wrapper Cincinnati O GPA J T Buckley tf Jas Barker G P A Chicago III Â¬ Â¬ 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- Â¬ 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 Baird 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 to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O 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¬ Announcement tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest No apology is necessary on the 50 doses for 25 cents Samplesfree at score of medical propriety for J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made a long careful and special study of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other Give the tumors and are able to offer the ought to be fat results of our extensive experience Thin Babies a chance Give in Kentucky and surrounding them countries in a system of rational and successful treatment that we believe has never heretofore been attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful caes 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 the Cream of Cod liver Oil and cure cancer With a positive with hypophosphites knowledge of this fact now so watch them grow Fat Chub- Â¬ fully endorsed by thousands of sufby Healthy Bright Physi ferers and approved by the pro Â¬ ciansthe world over endorse fession we should be wanting in it humanity if we neglected any Dont be deceived by Substitutes means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted Pwcartd by Scott A Bowna N Y All Dragglitt with this most terrible and hopea AKJ3 TIKE less of diseases We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause c varieties of cancers and Anyone feeling intertumors The Direct and Popular Line to esting can get a copy free by addressing Drs Current Smith Paris Ky The above cancer doctors will be at the Meriwether Hotel on And all Ioints NORTH and WEST Monday February 5th Court Day Vestibuled Trains America Season soon opens Elegant hotels magnificent tropical surroundings While people in the north shiver 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 stocked fishing waters of America You can have the most perfect hotel service The way to reach Florida is by the Vestibuled Trains of the Crescent Route Qeeen 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- Â¬ SON G P A Cincinnati o for winter tourists rates schedules information as to hotels etc See that your tickets read over the Queen and Crescent Route Â¬ Â¬ Angeles Colton San Bernardino San Diego or Portland Oregon and return for S9165 on account A Midwinter Fair at San Fran- Â¬ cisco Cal December 1st to April 30th 1894 Many Persons are broken down from overwork or household cares Iron Bitters Rebuilds tho system aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Get the genuine Frowns liueklens 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 Â¬ tions and positively cures Files or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded For sale by Price 25 cents per box Â¬ Phil Carpenter For Sale or Rent Presbyterian Church Mrs W B 8 ly f 4l My resi- Â¬ on Main street opposite the dence Rodman Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Babies Scotts Emulsion Â¬ Â¬ MONON ROUTE Â¬ Â¬ CHICAGO i f Si l Â¬ Â¬ Mi hM ir w w 4 i 1 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT General Comment Something of a sensation was caused not only in this country but in Europe as well by the announce ment in the afternoon papers of Tuesday that the insurgent fleet in the harbor of Rio had fired upon the Brazilian Squadron of the U S Navy under Admiral Benham and that the Â¬ Â¬ Entered nt the post offlce at Frnnkfort Kentucky us second class mtillnble matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 3 1894 JVs moneu thrown away when n mediclno doesnt help you Its your risk and your loss nut t111t s tno way you havo to buy every medicine for womans nilnents oxcopt JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO h m scription Dr Pierces Favorite Pro Â¬ OaO 0 Fulled in Several Particulars The Kiiij Bridge Company has failed to comply with its contract with the city and county in nu- Â¬ merous things and in every way taken the advantage In the first place it agreed to complete the bridge by the 15th of last November and it is not yet finished or will be for some time to come It agreed that the abutment should be first class masonrv and the south abutment was built so badly that the wall has cracked and pulled apart to such an extent that it is pronounced unsafe to swing a bridge upon It represented but failed to put in the contract that the bridge it would erect would contain 1200 ooo pounds of iron whereas the one it is erecting contains only 675000 pounds This latter representation was mainly instrumental in securing for the company the contract because several members of the committee who voted to accept its bid did so solely upon the ground that we would get a heavier and stronger structure than from their competitors whose bids were much lower But it turns out that we are to pay a higher price than any of the other companies wanted and that too for a much lighter bridge than any of them proposed to erect Yet Mr Crowing the representative of the company says his corporation always lives up to its contracts Â¬ Fell From tlio Bridge Mr William Bond who has been running the engine for the Seckner Company at the bridge was standing upon a section of the top chord which had been moved out on the east sidewalk of the old bridge ready to be raised into position Tuesday morning when he lost his balance and fell over the side of the bridge to the river bank a distance of about thirty He alighted on his feet feet breaking one of the bones of the left ankle and Spraining the ankle badly He was taken to his boarding house where he received medical attention and is getting along as well as possible He was fortunate in escaping without more serious injury m Washington and of the country erally nf pel Admiral Da Gama who was in They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a command of the fleet in the absence short time of De Mello leader of the revolution to surrender to the Stars and Stripes Later advices however show that the affair was greatly exaggerated as only three musket shots were fired but it seems to be a well authenticat Â¬ ed fact that Da Gama was upon the point of surrending his fleet and seeking asylum upon the U S Ships OLD KY and was only prevented from so do Â¬ The appointment of Wheeler H Peckham to the vacancy on the Su Â¬ ing by his younger officers preme Bench does not appear to be The whole affair grew out of the any more popular with the Senate refusal of Admiral Benham to recog- Â¬ and particularly with the two Sena Â¬ nize the blockade which the revolu- Â¬ tors from New York than was that And cordially ask our friends to give us a call tionist fleet had attempted to put up-Â¬ of Mr Horn blower Mr Hill charges C L GAYLE on Rio harbor in the effort to starve the President with giving all the best W McKEE HAJRJDIE Jan 21 1 v the city into surrender De Mello appointments to his personal friends the leader of the unsurgents and his regardless of public and party policy party have not been recognized as and declares that as the rejection of belligerents by any of the maritime Hornblower was not a sufficient powers and hence according to the hint he proposes to do all in his law of nations neither he nor his power to encompass that of Peck lieutenant Da Gama had the right ham Of course this lead is followed to declare or enforce a blockade up Â¬ by his colleague Mr Murphy While on the harbor There being several there is doubtless some truth in what merchantmen flying the U S flag in Mr Hill says it would come with bet the outer harbor which were desirous ter grace from some one who was not of landing at the wharves of the himself so notorious a spoilsman as city Admiral Benham served notiee David B Hill Mr Peckham who was was formerly a Republican upon Da Gama that his would escort them into port and chairman of the famous Convention which prevented that any attempt to stop them would be construed as a declaration of New York from giving its united vote hostilites and would draw the Are of for Mr Hill for President at the last his guns Under such circumstances Democratic National Convention and Da Gama was of course unable to it is natural that the latter should successfully maintain the blockade consider his appointment distasteful and proposed to surrender to Admir Â¬ but having fought his fight in 1892 Â¬ al Benham rather than to President and lost it it would be the magnani- Â¬ His officers re- Â¬ mous thing to acquiesce in the re Peixoto of Brazil to such surrender sult and bide his time rather than fusing to consent however still leaves the insurgent re open the factional struggle again fleet as a menace to Rio and as De at this point when he can hope to Mello the rebel leader has made gain but little great gains in the provinces of The Recluse 2 15 CUT Brazil the revolution may yet prove a success without the enforcement of Former Frankfort Hoy to Wed 1 SOLID OAK the attempted blockade of tho port Dr George F Bagby son of of the capital Rev G F Bagby former pastor The action of Admiral Benham has of course drawn the customary of the Baptist Church in this city growl from the British Lion It is who is now practicing medicine at generally believed by those in this Danvillf Virginia will be married country who have watched the on the 28th of this month to course of events in our sister Republic that De Mello has the secret en- Miss Mamie Lawrence of Peterscouragement of England and this if burg Virginia true will of course explain the reas on why the English ships in tho har Muscle and Vigor A DiHereiicc bor have recognized tho blockade of Many muscular men succumb to fatigues borne the city although compelled to do bo with ease by persons fur their Inferiors In phys by neither law nor precedent It will ical strength Muscle does not Imply vigor In also be readily seen what spirit fact It Is not dim ult of proof that athletes do us the S3 long or produces the growl at Admiral Ben not liveIndividual whoenjoy as good health to say average Is vigorous that Is hams action which action however wuoe digestion and sleep are unimpaired whose OIST has met with the entire and un- ntrves are tranuull and who has no organic These requisites of qualified approval of the authorities at tendency to disease those Inherently weakvigor upon no are conferred latter had returned the flro so promptly and vigorously as to com- afflict womankind you havo your money back But you wont ask it youll bo cured Qivo it time if vour coso is obstinate Tho troubles that come slowly havo to go slowly Tho surest and speediest remedy Is tho Favorite Prescription It builds up and invigorates the system regu Â¬ lates and promotes tho proper functions and restores health and strength For everything thats Known as a female complaint its a positive specific If youre an overworked or suffering wo Â¬ man its a medicine thats made especially to help you but you pay only for the help that you get On those terms its the cheapest sold oily doesnt benefit or euro in all tho chronic weaknesses pain Â¬ ful disorders and functional its luurantccd With that theres no risk If it Have Removed From the Batzell Building f i J disturbances that 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement the Capital Hotel - m i Jf W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND FFUNKfORT v HALLS We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES m Vt- t t iei v 1 1 m - JOE T STATEH CO t Have purchased the entire stock of 1 i - tl f Hslif men-of-w- ar Anti-Snapp- er FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Vlll A Â¬ facturing Co From 10 to - 3 t Prices SUIT OHEVAL per ct 1500 1800 1 11 j Corns now and look we have 100 Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 226 ANN STREET GET IN Â¬ YOU WANTTO Â¬ gen- Â¬ A Green Old Age Dr J Russell Hawkins cele brated his eighty ninth birthday on Tuesday at his home three miles from this city on the Louisville pike and quite a number of his friends from this city went out to congratulate the old gentleman and wish him many returns of the day Dr Hawkins while a resident of Boone county represented his district in the Senate of Kentucky in 1846 and for a number of sessions was chief clerk of that body Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Accidents at the Fen Accidents have been numerous at the penitentiary during the last On Friday of last week a week employed in running a rip man saw lost two fingers by having them come in contact with the saw and on Saturday Jeff Wil Hams another convict who re lieved hirn had his hand cut off by the same saw On Monday Riley Macklin another convict was walking through the yard when he slipped on the icy ground fell and broke his hip Mi The defeat in the House of Repre Â¬ sentatives on Wednesday of that por- Â¬ tion of the proposed new Internal Revenue Law which extended the bonded period on whisky to eight years and the leaving of the period at the present term of three years while still increasing the tax ten cents per gallon is a severe blow to the distillers of the country but par ticularly to those of Kentucky The increase in the tax was not greatly objected to if accompanied by the extension of time but if the bill becomes a law in its present shape it will be the most unpopular Internal Revenue measure which was ever enacted The Income Tax is load enough for any bill to carry even if its other provisions meet popular ap- Â¬ proval and we venture the predic- Â¬ tion that both of these obnoxious measures will be repealed by the next Congress if enforced by the present one Â¬ Hostetters Stomach bitters and the leading national tonic indorsed and recommended by physicians of eminence It will not endow you with tile muscle of u Corbett but it will Infuse energy into your system and renew the active and healthful performance of Its functions It averts and cures malarial rheumatic and kidney complaints tind overcomes dyspepsia constipa- Â¬ tion liver trouble and nervousness ss than upon those debilitated ih rough was tine diseases by a thorough persistent course of 1 THIS OFFER greatly Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort The Kentucky Midland will issue certificates to delegates attending the Grand Lodge Convention at Louisville February 13th and 14th which will be honored for one third fare returning C D Bercaw Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor GPA Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while the assortment is unbroken Â¬ Â¬ Our invent 01 y disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at REDUCED PRIGE8 R ROGERS - Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending February 3 1894 Van Pelt Mrs Moore Johnny Moore Elder Fannie Younghill Mrs White Jerry When calling for these letters say SB SON advertised Holmes P M Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware an on LAWN MOWERS I Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs OSPRICES QH3GI The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of- - Homes 40 Years the Standard AitlUfHf Sh Lead The Market 0 2 Incli CKC AJMIIFXOiT s Or ie 500 A 323 BEOiiDW AT Street Wm W I 5 I OZ CXTOTCIEaiEIR Ereciaoiat T -- 7 CZR TJOTCIEIEIR Secretary THE EITUCKY BUGGY AND BX7ILDEES OF- - HARNESS WORKS FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND Surries Phaetons Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles t WE SELL AT LOWER PRICESTHAN ANYBODY Farm Wagons Cultivators Chilled Plows Harness Disc Harrows Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagon Gear Plow Gear Hames Break Harness Bits and Bridles Lines and Hitch Straps Horse Barouches Surries Phaetons Buggies Buckboards Side Saddles Corn Planters Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver and Traces Backhands and Straps Cart Harness Track Boots Horse Covers Delivery Wagons Carts Mens Saddles Whips Lap Robes Several good second hand vehicles will sell obeap 6 Clover Seed for Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES- FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 8 1894 RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE granted H Meyer a license to run a stereopticon show in the Gobber room on Broadway at the rate of 2 per day The license committee reported in favor of allowing the transfer of Jacob Ahlers license to Gus tave LaFontaine after he had complied with the law governing such cases The same committee reported adversely in the matter of reduc- Â¬ ing the grocery license of P A i THE COMMON COUNCIL K S Getting Down to Work and Dis Â¬ posing of Accumulated Business ADJOURNED MEETINGS Â¬ ft Tuesday Jan 30 94 The Mayor and all the mem- is ij iw i bers of the council except Messrs Hughes and Nicol were present The minutes of the last meet ing were read and approved Mayor Julian announced the following list of standing committees viz Mar- Â¬ Finance Haly Miles shall Williams Fire Pruett Miles Tobin Streets Marshall Tobin Ell wanger Chanties Ellwangcr Marshall Â¬ Pruett Schools Haly License Marshall Ellwanger Workhouse Sower Pruett Tobin Miles WilliamMiles Ordinances Haly Marshall Gas Heffner Crutcher Sower Hall Pruett Ellwangcr Heff - ner Police Crutcher Heffner ly Sower Bridge Miles Haly Williams Water Tobin Heffner Sower Mayor Julian announced as his reason for not completing the committees that he had it from reliable information that Messrs Hughes and Nicol Irom the First Ward would not qualify and he had left the vacancies to be filled by their successors A petition was received from John Mukes asking the remission of a fine assessed against him in the city court Referred to committee on police Petition of Jacob Ahler asking the transfer of his license to Gus tave LaFontaine Referred to license committee Petition of R Higdon asking permission to be allowed to build curbing and guttering in front of his property Referred to street Ha Â¬ amined he treasurers books on account of the sickness of that official He found the clerks books all right and moved that the further consideration of the matter be referred to the finance committee and the Mayor So ordered Mr Pruett from the same com mittee who were ordered to ex amine the Marshals books made a report and recommended that the tax books for 1890 91 92 and 93 remain in his hands and he was instructed to collect all collectable taxes until April 1 when the Tax Collector would be elected Adopted The bids for paving curbing and guttering in front of th Har vie Wilkinson on property street were referred to the street committee The license ordinance was then read and referred to the commit tee on ordinances A resolution offered by Mr Marshall authorizes the Mayor and finance committee to borrow 57200 with interest not to ex- Â¬ ceed six per cent to pay all out standing indebtedness The reso- Â¬ lution was adopted unanimously The interest on the Kentucky Midland bonds which are due to Â¬ morrow were ordered paid by the council Mr Haly moved that all bridge accounts be paid out of the bridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HANNEN -- HURSEY DEALERS IN Wagons Carriages and Buggies OF ZNTIfcT Fuhs Mr C M Bridgeford was grant ed a license to sell wall paper and paints at his home on Washing street upon the payment of the same license that W B Bridgeford paid The committee on license recommended that the same rate of license remain in force until April 30 94 as was paid in 93 Â¬ Â¬ Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 3 11 SmEeZEET Adopted 3 committee Petition of A K Stevens of Glendale Ohio asking to be relieved of paying poll tax as he was not a citizen of this city Referred to finance committee Petition of Chas Bridgeford for a license to sell wall paper and paints at his home on Wash Â¬ ington street Referred to license committee Petition of P A Fuhs asking a reduction in the price of his grocery license Referred to license committee Petition of Marshal B B Jef fers asking a three weeks leave of absence The leave was granted and the Mayor appointed M H P Williams to serve during his absence The reports of the police judge and workhouse keeper were received and referred to appropriate committees Mr Pruett from the special committee reported that they had examined the clerks books up to January 1 but had not ex Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Sower from the workhouse committee reported several bills which were ordered paid Mr Williams from the committee on ordinances reported an ordinance creating the office of Janitor for the city offices It had its first reading and was adopted Mr Pruett from the hall com mittee made a report in relation to the insurance on same The report was adopted and the premiums were ordered paid Mr Crutcher from the police fund committee reported adversely on Adopted The accounts were then read the petition of John Mukes and referred to their appropriate Adopted This about completed the busi- Â¬ committees The assessor was present and ness and Mayor Julian announc- Â¬ presented himself for qualification ed that the next thing in order It being deemed right to pass would be elections Mr Marshall then nominated an ordinance defining his duties he was instructed not to proceed Mr S T Fortune to fill the va- Â¬ with his work until after said or- cancy created by the resignation dinance had been passed of Mr Hughes He received 10 The council then adjourned votes and was declared elected until Wednesday evening at 730 Mr Williams nominated Mr J B Utterback to fill the vacancy Wednesday Jan 31 94 caUsed by the resignation of Mr Mayor pro tern John W Nicol He also received 10 votes Pruett called the meeting to or- and was declared elected Both gentlemen being present der and Mayor Julian came in they came forward and were sworn and took the chair just after roll in and took their seats call The resolution authorizing the The minutes of the last meeting Mayor and finance committee to were read and approved Mr Miles from the finance borrow 7200 had its second committee recommended that the reading and was adopted The mayor stated that he had poll tax of A K Stephens for be paid back to him as he was received the information through 93 not a citizen of this city during a member of the finance committee that E L Samuel Cashier the above year Adopted of the Branch Bank of Kentucky Â¬ The account of Wm Stephenson for duties at the bridge was had ordered a New York Bank to referred back to Mr Stephenson pay the February interest on the for correction and on motion of Midland bonds and charge same they retaining the Mr Pruett the clerk was directed to his bank coupons as collateral to draw his warrant for his salary City Attorney Rodman pre at the rate of 50 per month Mr Pruett from the fire sented an ordinance in relation to committee reported a number of taxation and the duties of the As- Â¬ bills and recommended that they sessor On motion of Mr Haly the br paid 1n lotion of Mr Haly the ordinance was referred to ordinance committee above bills were ordered paid Mr Pruett moved to reconsider Mr Marshall from the street that portion of his report of the committee reported several bills night before in relation to placing and they were ordered paid the tax books of A bill from the Capital Gas 90 and and Electric Light Company was 93 in the hands of the marshal Adopted referred back for correction The petition of R Higdon was There being no further business laid on the table the council adjourned to meet Mr Marshall from the license again next Tuesday night at 730 committee reported that they had oclock Â¬ p1 oct a5 h 02 Si to p L Â¬ H CD CDv j CD Â¬ 5SmB ofio Sgcjoa CD -- ij 88 p rr 2 PO Â¬ If f Â¬ WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP Â¬ Dec 16 1 jr SAPOLIO 17 SOt W 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It muni that the Queen and Creteent Rout la IT mllea thorteat betwetn Cincinnati anil Lexington VJuillei shortest Cincinnati to Illr mimthami u milea aliorteat Cincinnati to New Orlcirnj liuilltaahorUat tlncinnutt to Chattanooga Atlanta or JackaoDYltlt Horida SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of th abore pointa Through Can to Violator ami Shrcfe port Oaljr ling running tlirouxh jra Cincinnati to Knoivllle and Aiheillle N 0 Direct Una tu Texai and llexko yI New Orlcana or via Shreveport Aak aienta about loura to California From LouUyIUc ShelbjrYlllo and Lawrencenurar direct connection li made at Lexington ilh vcatlbuUd tralnt to all iiointa boulR VT C RINEARSOtf Agent Cimlnaatl O Genl k lWr QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J 6 4 w HELIGIOUS I Deaths Â¬ HosoliitloiiH of Kcsncct Rev J J McGinley died a White Sulphur January 29 1894 The following resolutions were adopted at a special meeting of Lambert Young Council Y M I No 161 held in this city Jan 31 L B MARSHALL W A GATNES at the chapel Jett Mr Wm W Jett one Baptist Ohurch to morrow will of the most highly respected citibe conducted at both services 11 a m zens of the Jett Station neighborand 7 p m by RevW C Taylor the hood died at his home on the pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in the Versailles pike about 1030 oclock Oatholio Church There will be Baptist Ohukch Public worship L 8 MARSHALL CO Â¬ no services to morrow as Rev Father W E Qorey the pastor is too ill to conduct them vices at 11 and 730 oclock to morrow by the pastor Rev George Darsie Morning sebject Our Plea what it Money and Re- Â¬ is night subject ligion Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Â¬ Christian Church -- The usual ser- Â¬ EriscorAL Church Rev R L will ocMcOready the rector cupy his pulpit to morrow morning and evening Â¬ McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 Subject of morning discourse Is it true that CalvinUm is Eev J First Presbyterian Church Â¬ dead The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are nvited Henderson will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning and evening at Methodist Church Rev H G the usual hours Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock or Tucker Mrs Tucker of Mad Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor ison Indiana died Satur ay will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p m morning at the residence of Mr Robert Church on the Owenton Union Endeavor Meeting To- Â¬ morrow is Christian Endeavor Day pike three miles from this city the 13th anniversary of the origin of The remains were taken to her the Endeavor movement and all En home on Sunday for interment deavorers and their friends in this UtterWck Mr Aaron Utter community will hold a union meet- Â¬ ing from 4 to 5 p m in the First back died at his home near Graef Presbyterian Church A large attend- Â¬ enburg Shelby county on Mon ance and a pleasant time are antici- Â¬ day evening and his funeral took Let all who attend bring pated place on Wednesday The de their bibles ceased was a brother of Mr Ben Thursday and Friday of next week Utterback and an uncle of Messrs at the Walnut Street Methodist Epis- Â¬ J B and W K Utterback of copal Church South Louisville the iirat State Epworth League Confer this city All the local ence will convene Wash Mrs Robert Wash died chapters of the State have been in- Â¬ vited and an enthusiastic meeting is at her home near Stedmantown on tturday and her funeral took anticipated The Epworth League Society of place Monday the Methodist Church of this city will be represented by Rev H G Births Henderson the pastor and Misses Xida Mangan and Mattie Jones and Switzer At Switzer Station Messrs O K Boldt Chas Pryor and this county on Tuesday January Jas Buford 1894 to Mr John H Free entertainment will be pro- Â¬ 30th and reduced Switzer and wife a son weight 8 vided for the delegates rates have been received on the rail- Â¬ pounds roads on Bowen In this county Thursday February 1st 1894 to Matrimonial Mr John H Bowen and wife a Lacey Callahan Mr William daughter Lacey of Lexington and Miss The Lust Move Mollie Callahan of this city were married Tuesday morning at the The work of putting up the Church of the Good Shepherd by iron of the bridge is drawing to a Rev Father Gorey close The traveler was moved Brawner Choatk Mr Henry yesterday for the last time and Brawner son of Mr James G only two short panels remain to Brawner and Miss Annie Choate be put in These will be com daughter of Mr Lou Choate pleted next week when the bridge eloped from Bellepoint on Thurs- will be ready to swing off It is day and were married in Jefferson to be hoped that the question as The young couple ville Indiana to whether the abutment will have will remain in Louisville for a to come down or not will be set- Â¬ week visitin g relatives tled by that time and for all time - Stone Mr James to come Polsgrove Polsgrove the popular young at- Â¬ Strong Witnesses torney of this city and Miss Marguerite Stone were quietly Among the thousands f testinoni married on Tuesday evening at ala of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Oure is that of Nathan Allison a the residence of Mr L C South well known eitisen ef Glen Rock at Forks of Elkhorn by Rev W Pa who for years had shortness of brouth Bleeplossness pain ia left side Immedi- Â¬ shoulders smothering spells etc C Taylor of this city of Dr Miles New ately after the ceremony the one bottleone box of Nerve and Heart Lirer Oure and Peter Jaquet young couple left for a short Pills cured him Salom N J is another witness r ho bridal trip twenty years Buffered with Heart Dirieaae was pronounoed incurable by physicians death stared him in For Sale One automatic the face could not lie down for fear cox Gibbs sewing machine on of smothering to dAth Immediately Machine afior using the New Oure he felt bet Â¬ very reasonable terms WilÂ¬ Southern Presbyterian Church Wednesday night The deceased was stricken with paralysis while standing in the court house yard in this city in May 1892 and was taken to his home in an almost dying condition from which he rallied however and was able to get about the house but in August of the same year suffered a second stroke which rendered him helpless and confined him to bed for the rest of his days His condition continued the same for long weary months until last week when he was taken with pneumonia which caused his death in a few days The decyied was the father of Mr Thos K Jett County Surveyor and of Miss Leona Jett teacher in the Public School In addition to these of this city he leaves a widow formerly Miss Sallie Coleman and several children a brother Mr Thos J Jett of this county and a sister Mrs George Edwards of Versailles to mourn his loss The funeral took place yesterday morning from his late residence the services being conducted by Rev Polk South Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags tJ v Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage Whereas It has pleased Al Â¬ A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times mighty God to call from our midst our beloved friend and OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET brother Rev J J McGinley therefore be it the death of Resolved That FOR RENT FOR SALE brother McGinley our Council has lost a true friend and earnest mWO STORY FRAME RESIDE CE OF SFVRN A TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE JL rooms 011 Cros i street on btfeet and that the Young Is very deslrnble property nnr Conwiv This ty Ims a Cross co d lot near Conwn ThU proper Â¬ worker will be rented ntn very Is In an excellent neighbor hood and will be sold at a low llgure Mens Institute has lost a valuable model ate price member Resolved That we extend our FOR RENT heartfelt sympathy to his bereaved family in their time of affliction LRKE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM street Soiitli Frankfort known ns the llnnnii A FARM OF on a good turnpike road with a and be it further Frinkfort properly This property has large grounds line residence of ii rooms a tenement houses 2 tovery desirable locnton Resolved That these resolutions shudo tieos iinil Is boarding house bacco and stock barns beside all other neces for home or sary Improvements All of the impiovements on the minutes of this either be spread including the fencing on this pr perty are new same be and In nrst class condition This farm hys a meeting and a copy of quantity ot line tobacco land and would also maku sent to his parents and the a tlrst class stock farm It also hns a young FOR SALE peach orchard ot a thousand tiees besides other press fruit STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOJH Lambert Young Council TWO 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and Is offered at a bargain Y M I No 161 94 1111U Â¬ FOR SALE aI 11 Â¬ Â¬ 11 February I 1894 To the Mxirrii Grus 15 35000 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which wo are authorized to sell for three hundred and llf ty FOR SALE January 30th to February 4th Kentucky Midland will sell tickets to New Orleans and return at 19 80 Account Mardi Gras the C D Bekcaw GPA dollars He has removed to Frankfort more commodious quarters 227 22 it St Clair street W L Coppersmith has not left FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ THE RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD on Snelby street now occupied by dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and B Lnngmoor Possession given about all other necessary Improvements This lmd Is Mrs L December In a high state of cultivation the Improvements 1st of are In Hue condition and In order to makeii quick sale will be offered at a bargain FOR SALE FOR RENT A FORSALE FOR RENT ACRES WELL 151 good turnpike road S FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRE5 8 MILES from Frankfort on a good turnpike road with residence tenement houses stock and to Â¬ bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary Improvements This land Is mostly In timber and grass and will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at n bargain A fjHS fm 1 m Wi CS in lies from Frankfort A GARDEN FARM OF 12 proved located on a FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This property Is In good repair and we are authorized to rent It at A 15 per month LB Formerly of Wakefield R CHOATE MARSHALL L H FINNELL CO M Choate PLAITING MILL Courier - Journal FACTORY Both the method and results when HOGSHEAD Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasuut and refreshing to the taste and acts PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL gently yet promptly on the Kidueys HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs cleanses the sys- Congletou Bros I am prepared to furnish Liver and Bowels tem effectually dispels colds head DOORS SHINGLES TURNED SASH aches and fevers and cures habitual WORK BLINDS Syrup of Figs is the constipation TAIR WORK FRAMES only remedy of its kind ever proOF AND AIL KINDS duced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a blocks effects prepared only from the most half share of from Post Office on river front public patronage Is solicited A its healthy and agreeable substances many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most CHOATE Sopt 2 ly popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists not have it on hand will promay IE- cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j oreE enjoys AND Is a ten page eight column Democratic News- It contains the best of everything going IENRY WATTERSON is the Editor Eg The WEEKLY COURIER JOPRNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample copiesof tne paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to Frioa 1 A STear 4j COURIER - JOURNAL LOUISVILLE THE KY CO Finish For a Etouse ROUNDABOUT AND THE II f I4 iMW Mi m m WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL 190 FINNELL will be sent one year to any address for Address GEO A LEWIS 1 Frankfort Ky Â¬ H G MATTERU te3 Â¬ yjf TtflVf CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answer and an honest opinion write to lUUNN fc CO who have bad nearly fifty years ezDerlenca In thn natent business Cninmunlcii tlons strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning Patents and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue ot mechan Â¬ ical and solentlflo books sent free Patents taken through Hunn k Co receive special notloe in the Hclentliic American and thus are brought widely before the public with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the largest circulation 01 any scientiuo work world 93 a year Sample copies sent free jmiuon montni pnotograpbi bouses wltb plana enabling builders to show the latest designs ana secure introcto Aaaresa MUHN SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE CAL M NEW YORK NY Pliofilm Fine cr V5MATSIHUK MARKET COPYRIGHTS Hard Times but Still in the Ring Look at the following prices 19 lbs 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Rent Granulated Susar 100 Arbuckles Lyon and XXXX 25 cents Best Green Coffee 22Vj cents Good Green Coffee 20 cents Meat per pound 10 cents Best Flour per 100 pourWs 190 Polks Tomatoes 10 cents Sugar Corn 10 cents Perfection Corn 12Vfe cents Caramel Syrup Molasses per gallon 30 cents Jelly per pound 6 cents Apple Butter per pound life cents Preserves per pound 10 cents 8 lbs Tabe Peaches 15 cents 3 lbs Pie Peaches 10 cents Maple Syrup per Jug 60 cents Good Tea per pound 35 cents Oat Meal per pound 4 cents Lima Beans per pound 5 cents Navy Beans perpuund 4 cents Prunes per pound 10 cents French Sardines 15 cents Mustard Sardines 10 cents American Sardines Scents Gallon Can Apples 30 cents Marrowfat Peas 10 cents CASH ONLY Everything else jusi as cheap Cor Cross and Murr y Jan 4-FOS- Farmjor ta C- Hew yoiik 301 Buoadway O- CITY FARM ADJOINING rilHE DUDLEY tlanraftvim nlkfl CflntAlIllllflr 1 llmHo m 260 acres large residence tobacco barn and apienuia umry biiu luuactu wim sUDies rur iiurutu Possession given fliarcn isi iw larsapplyto FBANK0HINN Frankfort Ky July22 tf NEW Chesapeake TORE Ohio Ry Â¬ PHILADELPHIA WASHING TON BOSTON and all Eastern Ciiej JOHN DRISCOLL macE Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE i LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card in effect Nov 1st 1692 Liquor Merchant A 20 lm E GARDNER Lve Lexington 715AM Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 816 p u MtSterllng Accom No 28 dally ex Sun 530 p m WJusr BOUND KABT BOUND -TXV- LYia full Hue of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf opposite State House Apply at in good repair street South Side Thitd 3 2t lie 227 tor and could nowdown and sleep all a well maB The nltfht and is Njw Oure is sold also a free book by 2 J W Gayle Four weeks by our method teaching book Â¬ keeping Is equal to twelve week by the Positions guaranteed under certain old style conditions Our free 56 and 80 page catalogues Send for them Draughons will explain all Business College and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Cheap board No vacation Enter anytime Address J F Dhauouon Pres Nashville Tenn Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun 8 KX a m 12 45 pm Louisville Express No 21 dally Lexington Accom No 25 daily ex 8un4 15 p u 616 pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally Folld Vestlbuled Tratns with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Arr Lexington Job work neatly exe Â¬ without change No Bus transfers cuted at this office tA HW O W BARNEY D FULLER Genl Pass Agt P A Washington DC Asst Qenl Pass Lexington Ky OBRYAN Clnclnaafl Aat 1 1 WE INVITE Tv OT --AI-1I- iiHe tlae3r can get tlxe beneUt of ovlt Xjctw Prices What they need in TO GALL AND PURCHASE our line Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets In a few Weeks Now J E 9m M A COLLINS Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank The street car company will have their cars here and the trolly wires stretched ready to commence operations by the last of this month As soon as the floor is laid in the bridge the cars can commence running even though the south abutment has to come down for a temporary track will be laid on timbers extending from the bridge to the street beyond They will also have their ice plant in early in the spring and it will Â¬ be a first class one of sufficient capacity to supply any demand made upon it for a pure article of ice As Well Remained Out Yesterday was groundhog day and it is supposed the Professor came forth at noon to Hgure up as to what the weather will be for As he had the next six weeks ample opportunity to see his shadow no matter whether he took his observations by solar or standard time he doubtless re- Â¬ turned to his burrow firmly convinced that the winter is not yet But as he is as liable to miss over the mark as far as every other propheti who has tackled the weather this winter he might as well have remained on the outside Â¬ against the Shaver Corporation citing the on the receiver patent of Alexander Graham Bell of Jan 30 1877 as the one infringed was An injunction promptly granted and that put an end to the opposition telephone But business for the time being the patent of Jan 30 1877 is now about to expire and thus both the receiver and the transmitted will be free to the public Telephones will now be sold like other articles found in a hardware store Instead of paying an enor- Â¬ mous sum for the rent of an in- Â¬ strument you can buy one out- Â¬ right for less than a tenth of that sum If you only wish to use it between your house and office or between the house and stable or from office to factory you can have a line put up for a trifling sum and you will own your sys- Â¬ tem outright and can stop paying the exorbitant prices now charged by the Bell Company Â¬ mains were interred in the cemetery at Stamping Ground Rev F W Everhardt and wife of Midway visited relatives in our midst recently Dr Buckner and wife of Shel byville visited their son Dr W T Buckner in this place last Sat- Â¬ urday and Sunday Mr James H Polsgrove and Miss Maggie Stone were married last Wednesday evening Jan 31st 1894 at the residence of Mr L C Souths in this place Rev W C Taylor of Frankfort officiating much money but it will buy a bottle of the finest Oough cure on earth That is what we claim for Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a oough It may cost you as many dollars or possibly your life When you feel the first symptoms go to P H Carpenters drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure d and cure yourself FULL WINTER OF- - STOCK r BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS Isnt Twenty five Cents R K M CLURF I LOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUI8VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE We have the best goods the largest stock and Joslali Allens Wife The famous authoress of My Opin- Â¬ states ions and Betsy Bobbetts that she owes her freedom from colds and general good health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re gards as the greatest medicine of the age Old Dr Hale having been her physician years ago gives her great confidence in all of Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold remedies the best in the world d Sold by PH Carpenter prices are right The Bill Reported The bill providing for an appropriation to erect a new capitol building in this city was reported to the Senate by Senator Stephenson from the Committee on Li brary1 and Public Buildings yester day morning with the expression of opinion that it ought to pass Now if it will be taken up at an early day and passed by both Houses we will be happy Time is flying and the remaining days of the session are growing rapidly Â¬ 1orks of Elkhorn Regular services at Buck Run to day and to morrow at the usual hours Mrs Sallie Pryor of Lexington visited her sister Mrs M B Lucas last week Mrs J D Keightly is on a visit to her mother in Louisville In consequence of the cold snap of the past week or two a number of ice houses have been filled with an excellent quality of the crystal The debating society at this place grows more interesting each week Messrs Black and Son Bowen and Holton each shipped a lot of colts to Chicago last Thursday where they will be disposed of at public auction and Misses Jennie Goddard Stella Cannon are engaged in busi- Â¬ ness respectively in Versailles and Georgetown Bro Burdin ministered to his flocks respectively at Bethel and Mt Pleasant last Sunday The measles prevailing in this section during several weeks past has about run its course The fuel and provender supplies have very materially diminished during the cold weather of the past week or two George Goddard left last Thurs day for v sconsin where he will reside in Hit uture Messrs J H Holton and Howard Black have been in Chicago during the past week Dr A P Taylor wife and child of Lexington were the guests of Dr Keightly last Satur day and Sunday Mrs Charlotte Wash died at her late residence at Stedman town Jan 27 1894 The re Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I wm 1VTV ivi M Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 5341 hhds with receipts for the same period of 5608 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 15883 hhds Sales oftnecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 22814 hhds We reported very heavy sales and receipts for last week bub this week the sales were about 1000 hogsheads more than the last and receipts about 1600 hogsheads more than last week The market closed remarkably firm and active on the good and fine upward tendency to with frades prices an The common grades were at times irregular but closed somewhat weaker The medium grades remained about the same The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1803 orop To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sf Iff 1 aHl Trash dark or damaged 2 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory 4 00 trash Common lugs not colory 4 00 5 50a Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 7 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 000 Medium to good leaf 14 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Select or wrappery mtrPDrAil I 3 50 4 00 7 50 5 00 7 00 0 00 10 OC 14 00 18 At our oods We know what you need have the goods and will please you 00 21 60 D0SES25L less and it should not be allowed to lay too long in the orders of the day s Telephones Will be Cheap You will now be able to buy a telephone for a few dollars and for 35 a complete telephone be purchased can system all including the necessary implements for both ends of the line Hitherto it would have been impossible to purchase the instru- Â¬ ments at any price as they were controlled by patents owned by the American Bell Company The fundamental Bell telephone patent expired in March of last year The Bell Company it was found however still owned the patent on the receiver and no telephone system would be of much use without a receiver Among other concerns which entered into the telephone business upon the ex piration of the original Bell patent in March was the Shaver Corpora Thej Pa of Pittsburg tion Bell Company brought suit Â¬ AUC kanibun a CURE ISsil 8 K MCLURE rcwwmW SON Throat Cares Consumption Coughs Cronp Sore Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chest Sbllohs Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction as cents Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Tenn says ShUohs VtMlzer SAVED MY LIFE I conaideritthebestremedyforadebaitatedBitstem For I ever used excels DyspepsiaetaLiver or Kidney Price 75 trouble it SfllLOHS VITALIZE jlohVjcatarrh REMEDY HALLS OLD STAND l I II II Have you Catarrh Trythto Remedy I twill xnia inÂ¬ relieve and Cure you rrloe 00 ct jector for Its successful treatment Is furnished free Sbllohs Remedies are sold by us oa a guarantee to give satisfaction I For sale by W Jan28lv McKee Hardie Timta Bomtht or SaweJ ON HAVE TIMBER PHRSONS WHO who want sawiii TO SFLL the or done by hundred hud better cull 011 H 11 inter who has the best portable huw iiiIUj in Kentucky alioma oliltiory to manufacture tl e rough urmea of timber into tobacco liogtheads Alwiiya n ady to Dec 8C 8m movo imywheie Z3Io ase sale at biritalii Oct tf FOR SALE and i i Z iOt 1 fc- - E 1 iltvL LOCATED SEVEN A HOUSE OKstrjot south ROOMStooffered for ou Coiiwct side Is u iiuly For terniR WufiORMWLL mimxgMwimfmmwimmKmmammKmm mKmmmmmmmmmtmKmmMMmmmMwmwwMmmKMmKMmmmmmmmmmmmmmtMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmW iL 4 xSm YM w- I if u jIj - A i i NL -- 4n il 1 ll ihl il iliiiwiiJM WJIW 8 I -- J frW MimvmMimawmm3saaifflmmimm tfm i w sw imXAizenSAtfr CRUTCHER id STAR KS Now that we are through invoicing we findthat we have an immense stock in every department Ik THAT MUST BE CLOSED Before we begin receiving Spring Goods SEE OUR CASH PRICES We arc selling 25c suspenders for We are selling 25c black socks for We are selling 60c shirts and drawers We are selling 1 15c 15c ef O CO We are selling S15 and S12 overcoats and ulsters for We are selling S15 and S12 suits for U e are selling a D B Black 8 10 M 800 S500 3 for 40c 75c suit for 7 shirts and drawers for We are selling childrens 6 and suits old style for 00 00 1 We are selling Si working shirts for 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 65c 25c 33c 49c 25c o w 9g S o eft pd Xfl We are selling childrens S3 suits for S2 We are selling childrens 40c knee pants for We are selling childrens 4 and 5 overcoats for We are selling 5 and 6 ulsters for We are selling Si 50 Jeans pants for We are selling Si 75 Jeans pants for We are selling 5od and 60c underwear for 25c 300 S3 50 150 Cardigan jackets for We are selling Si leather collar boxes for We are selling Si 00 v 39c S2 CO Si 00 Si 25 40c CALL QUICK BEFORE THE CHOICE THINGS ARE SELECTED 410 4 Me son AT Louisville and main Stiee I I nut W I fllffJrailllLMJHMm Amusements UNCLE TOM THE GRAND This famous play which datesjback so far that some people have a vague idea it caused the war of the rebel- Â¬ lion has been presented with reli- Â¬ gious regularity each dramatic season sometimes with double little Evas nd double Uncle Toms even but never has it been given with such an J u going to see Uncle Toms Cabin tfor the forty seventh time The company is strong Miss Partingtons Topsy is a fine piece of charcacter and dialect acting with the additional virture that is really funny It is doubtful if the part was over given better or even as well by anyone else George Hurdle assumes the role of if it isnt Shakespearean But the leading feature of the production is the gorgeous transformation scene painted by Sosman Landis which represents Little Eva in the golden realms JThe tableaux is a beautiful and striking one representing the flight of the angel of death and the opening of the golden gates There are always several other noteworthy settings representing a cotton pick- Â¬ ing scene Eliza crossing the ice c Some very pleasing singing of plantation melodies is given by a colored is some 3uartette and a there novelty wing is great The audience last night was a large one Â¬ ly elaborate stage dressing and realistic as this In fact several of the features are in themselves sufficient Â¬ efFectB novel to make it worth while Uncle Tom very acceptably even w-- at 8 oclock The Times April 24 At the Opera House this afternoon and evening Matinee 3 p m night just landkd stories and funny pictures of the thrift of the foreigner in this free country It has been said that energetic Irishmen have become New York olicemen a day after they had just anded and thereafter taken to city politics like a duck to water That the shrewd and persevering young German would open a small saloon the day after he had just land ed quickly graduate to an alderman and rival his celtic friend for political honors That the Italian would progress from the haudorgan to a professor of music and the Frenchman would have a cafe open by the time his fellow passengers were ashore and ready to eat and that the Chinaman gets his laundry shingle out first and his baggage afterwards All the glory of success does not fall to the men for much of this Â¬ trated periodicals nave For years the newspapers and illus given Â¬ us purpose of winding up the busiAll persons indebted to ness firm will plaese come forward that and pay their accounts at once Thjs business must positively be Justices Court Â¬ At the Opera Houbo Monday eve- settled up without further delay ning February 5th Charles T Ray Office in Hume Building it Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Go and see that 8 day clock W That Contains Mercury L Coppersmith is miking a speciAs mercury will surely destroy alty of 22- it the sense of smell and com Â¬ pletely derange the whole system roun out really good when entering it throagk the masons Or you are all worn hack achesfor noth ing It Is general debility Try lurfaces Such articles sbeeJd sever BMOWtnk IHOlf HITTERS be used except on yreseripeioa from It will euro you cleanse your licr and give a good appetite reputable physiceaas as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive frem them Dr Hales Housoliold Ointment Halls Catarrh Cure maaafacturectyby F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 con Â¬ Is the finest remedy in the world tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ It absolutely cures catarrh It cures ternally and acts directly upon the Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures blood and raucous surfaces of the Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum system In buyisg Halls Catarrh in the most soothing manner Cures Cure be sure you get the genuine It Infjamed and Granulated Eyelids is taken internally and made in Ouj es Coughs and Colds Can be Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co taken internally A positive specific JH Soldby Draggist price 7fc per forpneumonia GutB Bruises Burns bottle 4 OhilblainB Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly If you want bargains in jewelry different ftpm all else superior to all watches and clocks call on W L else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Lanre size oheaDest Sold at P TT 2 2 ft Coppersmith Carpenters drug store 8 Â¬ Â¬ - energy and ambition is prompted by their sweet little wives pretty Collene fair Lena dusky Sono ra and bright Francesca who are also fortune seekers arm in arm with their husbands The introduction of these interest ing characters to a new country and their swift progress to independence has a comic side as well a serious side Their misunderstanding of our ways and customs places them in many in- Â¬ nocently ludicrous positions Such comic scenes and incidents crowd the latest bright musical comedy en and are appre- Â¬ titled Just Landed ciated by everyone for their originali Â¬ ty The characters in the play Fresh the Anuican typical hust Con Green a bright young ler his sweet sister Irishman Nora Fritz Luck a shrewd young Ger- Â¬ his pretty sister man Lena Bony short for Bonepart a thin and dashing young Frenchman Baldy his sister Francesca a young short for Garabaldie Italian who shines in more ways a young than one Yank Kee Chinaman who redeems his checks by the bundle A J Farmer who takes some boarders by the week and some by the neck Each character is portrayed by an artist of reputation and each artist introduces appropriate specialties of characteristic songs and dancing all in strictly perfect costume One of the scenes is a realistic picture of Qarltle Garden another a street in New York and still anoth er the Interior of a New York Â¬ A Good Man Removed ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Mr Jas Brewer one of the For Jailor We authorized men in LIAMSare a candidate to announce MINUS WIL best and most polite OF CINCINNATI O will he at the is fur re election to the ofllce e of Frunkflln county to charge of the ferry was removed of Jailer me ueuiocrauc pari subject lo iethe ucuunui Thursday to make room for a po We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as u candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county litical incompetent appointment subject to the action of the Democratic party IN LEXINGTON KY We are authorized to SHOW Mr Albert Favorite of Arkansas ALTER as a candidate announce II ofF Franklin for Jailor City Kan wishes to give our readers county subject to the actlonof the Democratic Saturday February 3 1894 the benefit of his experience with party colds He says I contracted a cold Saturday February 17 1864 early last spring that settled on my For Assessor lungs and had hardly recovered from We are authorized to announce JAS DESMOND HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca it when I caught another that hung OCONNOR as n candidate for Assessor of Frank operation and with little or no pain llu on all summer and left me with a cancounty Subject to the action of the Republiparty hacking cough which I thought I REEERENCES We ure get rid of I had used HARRODas authorized to announce LEWIS A W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky never would a Chamberlains Cough Remedy some county subjectcandid te for sscssorof Franklin J A Scott Frankfort Ky to the action of the Democratic Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky fourteen years ago with much success party J T Staten trankfort Ky to try it again When and concluded V Berberlch Frankfort h I had got through with one bottle my Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky For County Judge A II McClure Frankfort Ky cough had left me and I have not We are authorized to announce B G WIL NJ Frankfort suffered with a cough or cold since LIAMS as a candidate for re election to the odlce David Hughes Benson Ky Ky Moore I have recommendedit to others and of C unty Jiirigit of Franklin county subject to JasMWItbrowFrankrottKy 60 cent bottles the action of the Democratic party all speak well of it DR KELLEY PHOENIX HOTEL Â¬ Â¬ -- m vsa M W fji Â¬ for sale by P H South Side Druggist m j Carpenter Notiee The books and papers of the firm of Chapman Williams have been placed in my hands for the Â¬ DR KELLEYS ofllce and residence Is at 269 We are authorized to unnounce Squire DAN MOORE iiflHCdiidldate for County Judgeof Frank Â¬ West Eighth streetuinclnnutl and where he may lin county subject to the action of the Democratic be found every duy of each week except SATUR- Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases party Dec 9 te and the mode ot treatment sent free to anyone W I KELLEY M D by addressing Jil For County Attorney We are authorized to announce RJBPRT B FRANKi INns a can mate for County Attorney or Franklin couity subject to the action of the Democratic party Eight St Cincinnati CONSULTATION FREE 259 W O NWI6 For Sheriff Wo are authorized to announce R D ARM STRONG as u candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county snbject to the action of the Democratic party November lUJL m For Comity Clark We are authorized to announce N H SMITH as a candidate for re election to the nMce of County Clerk or franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party 20 te For Magistrate We are authorized to announce JAMES A LYON as a candidate for Justice of the Ieai e In District No 2 orks or Klhorn subject lo the action of the Democratic party te if Â¬ for DOUBLE J 57 yU BREECHLOADER 5000 1200 to 1000 RUk BrHcHoaline 125 seif cocHiir ReYoiTBrs ilctol Plated New Winchester RereatHc snot Gqd Model 1893 1688 Bud f8Uap for 60 pif CaUbfM ana S It pr Slot to Winchester Rifles ouii troi 200 925 200 to Sept 23 tf GRIFFITH SEMPLE et FOR RENT TWO Is I I 51 5 Main Street Mar 18 1 r LOUISVILLE KY STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OFSEVCN on Cross street irur Conwar This verr desirable property and will be rented ut u ode rate price ir t A A