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Vv if The 3i GEO A M Frankfort Latest U S Govt Report He Knew His Business a KOMDIBOUT TERM LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERrr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO 23 VOL XYII FEANKFOET KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 1894 Highest of all in Leavening Poorer Baking LJf Powder ABSOUrtELY PURE A NARROW ESCAPE a ij Dr J McClusky Blaynoy and Two Negroes Near Jtfeing Drowned is fa 4 - ty r P4 0 Wednesday morning Rev Dr J McClusky Blayney started to cross the river in a skiff with a negro oarsman and negro passenger by the name of Henry Waters the latter sitting in the bow About the middle of the stream where the current was very swift the boat collided with the steam ferryboat W L Norton when the smaller boat came near being drawn under the steamer and the occupants drowned but the presence of mind of Dr Blayney and the man at the oars saved them Waters the colored passenger thinking they were going to be vTun down made a spring for the leck of the steamboat but only succeeded in catching hold of the guards and went into the water waist deep He clung on how ever until a rope could be gotten under him by the men on the boat and was hauled on board Â¬ Â¬ get across the river the best way they could They seemed to lose sight of the fact that the St Clair street bridge is free the people of the south side of the city and county being taxed equally with those of the north side to make it so and when deprived of the use of the bridge they helped to pay for they had a right to expectthat they be given some other means of getting into the heart of the city without additional tax being levied upon them Why was not the steamboat or the bus chartered by the city and county and made free instead of being run by private individuals Â¬ We may at times have doubted the ability of Prof G Hoc to BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS make a correct forecast of the weather for the last six weeks of CHAS G PAYNE CHAS T RA Y Billiards and Pool winter but we want to say right Attorney at Law here that when he came forth on The Club Main Sheet Friday of last week observed his The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Frankfort Kentucky Bowling Alleys attached shadow and suddenly retired to Office In the Hume Building his private apartments he disCONFECTIONER JVM CROMWELL played a wonderful amount of JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law caution and an ability to look Manufacturing into the future which is not exConfectioner Frankfort Kentucky celled by his illustrious compeers Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the 41 St Clair Street Courts of Franklin and Hicks Foster G Bone and Prob- Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream and will also give specialthe adjoining counties attention to the pur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Business and Professional Directory m abilities and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco Near new bridge DRUGS chiise and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Its a Mistake To neglect caring for a cough or cold Every time yon cough yoq increase W H AVERILL the trouble and soon an inflammation Druggist is started that in a short time is difficult to control Dr Hales House Â¬ Main Street opp City Hall hold Cough Cure has such a magic effeot upon a cough allaying all irri A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a tation so quickly that every person specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded Â¬ WJ CHINNR At torney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House NEWSDEALER Office second in the land should always have a bot Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon the first appearanoe of a cold It costs only 25o and 50c a bottle at a P H Carpenters drug store m at all hours NO W RWILLIAMS Druggists CO GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Coppersmith is determined not to be undersold 22 it L W 314 Main Street Â¬ Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at nil Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancr hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles Goods FLOUR AND FEED PAINTERS for gain Could Iilo Some Himself A flashily dressed individual was going down on the train to Louisville a few days ago and was sitting in the next seat to a young farmer from this county who was on his way to the city to dispose of his crop of tobacco The two fell into conversation when the well dressed man soon let the farmer know that he knew all about raising tobacco but it was a slow business and that he had made an independent fortune dead easy dealing in cattle The farmer boy said yes he had found raising tobacco pretty hard until after dreaming three nights in suc cession that a lot of money was buried near a certain stone on his fathers farm he went to the stone and dug down three feet and a half and found a sheetiron box containing fifteen thousandtddllars in gold Since that tijne he had been all right only raising tobacco as a passtime and was just going down now- - to sell a hogshead or two to raise a little pocket change ART5TEIfy In times like these When moneys light REOCK DONALDSON Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce Fincel Block South Side Oysters Fish anl Game In season Pickles and Preserves LIVERY Choice W B BRTDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand WINES Youll find it pays Tlio Kerry Failed The rains of the last week caused a rise in the river of several feet and the current became so swift below the bridge that the Up ferry had to be abandoned to Sunday afternoon the boat was operated with the lazy line but in the afternoon an effort was made to use the trolly line when it was found that there were so many reactionary currents that it was useless and the boat was laid People wishing to cross the up river then had to resorfc to row boats but Monday afternoon Mr Noel Gaines the coal dealer with commendable enterprise chartered the steamer W L Norton and began running her as a steam ferry The Elevator Coal Co countered rthis moye by hiring Lucketts omnibus to run every half hour between the corner- of Wapping and5k Cjair streets op theNprth Side by way of the rail road bridge and the boulevard to the corner of Second and Bridge streets on the South Side The fare on both the ferry and the Â¬ - 1- - To buy goods right And the fight place to buy them iswhere you can get the best goods for the least money which I can assure you are positive facts My motto to day is the same it was 20 years ago when I sold goods to a good many of the same customers that I am selling to to day in the storeroom now occupied by Mr Fincel in the Mansion House building The motto is one that never dies out It is Â¬ MANGAN DARNELL Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street GEO B SALENDER Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer specialty California Wines a Down She Goes m ICE CREEPERS SHOVELS WEATHER STRIPS COAL HODS GLASS Quick Sales AND Small Profits I am receiving my LANTERNSW S1 Hew Spring Goods J W Fairbanks daily now and when complete you will be surprised to see the elegant values which will be offer- Â¬ ed you Ifflpv mw Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes I have taken but one of your Dr Hales House old Tea and it is the first medioine I have found that has done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For the last 10 years I have not been able Â¬ to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move ofbener than once a week After taking one package I am much better and now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular constipation allayer For bus being five cents each way and dyspepsia troubles etc it has no idney These modes of travel were both equal Only 25c and 50o a package great conveniences to the South at P H Carpenters drug store a Cheap Hates Side people of course but it ap pears to us that some effort should The Kentucky Midland railway Tiave been made by the authorities offers cheap rates to Washington to supply free transportation to D C and return February 21st those people who were cut off to March 1st account National from their business by the high Electric Light Association and Â¬ water It did not seem to strike Daughters of the American RevoTo Chicago Illinois lution the committee that way however February 13th to 15th account most of them residing on the Western Canned Goods and To De- Â¬ north side and were not inconven- Machinery Association ienced at all Like the Lexing troit Michigan February 28th to account Student ton man who said he didnt care March 4th Volunteer Movement of Foreign a d n what happened so it did Missions not happen to him they seemed C D Bekcaw indifferent leaving the people to GPA us as follows Â¬ Here Are a Few Special - BARGAINS for this week only 960 yards of Mason ville lonsdale and fruit of the loom cotton at 8 cents a yard Dress and apron ginghams the very best makes only 64 Yard wide good cents a yard brown cottons only 5 cents a yard Zephrys only 4 cents an ounce Germantown yams the very best imported only 12 J cents a hank Spanish yarns only 11 cents a hank Knitting yarn only 4 cents Ice wool only 24 a hank cents a ball Good all linen crash onlv 6 cents a yard White table damask only 32 cents a yard few soiled blankets will be sold A very cheap at Hartsteins The remnants of hambcrgs are selling very fast only a lew of them left These are all great bargains and can be had at M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Â¬ l and sentito Paris to be re haired The duty he pays on the return lof We are requested by Mr J B these articles is no trifling sum Hendrick to say that he willingly but the eccentricities of genius gave the city the use of his wharf must be gratified At the Opera House to night free of charge for a free ferry m landing but when the city abanWm H Wheeler doned the ferry he rented the wharf to Mr Noel Gaines for a A prominent contractor and builder was a great Adams steam ferry landing and after that of years NYliked his cigar smoker He for but did time had no controll of it If any not like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the effort was made to prevent John shape of a bunch or growth As he it he boats from landing there he was expressed have a was afraid he was going to Grant throat At in no way responsible as that was this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it Mr Gaines affair entirely direotly to the bunoh inside his Had Nothing to Do With It n H HARTSTENS At and many of them inlaid wjth gold pearl and other expensive ornaments He seldom uses a No 319 Main Street near bow more thanthree or four days and nights before it is discarded State National Bank Romonyi tlio Famous Virtuoso few weeks of this treatment entirely cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel er states that it worked a moBt won Is said to usually carry with him derful oure in his case and that he re while on concert tours from twenty-- gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medioine of the 19th He centurv five to sixty superb bows It oureB all inflammation all of 25c and 50o boxes nt P H Carpen Â¬ has nearly a hundred a them of superexcellent quality ters drug store m throat several times each day A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ young or old in various Valentines suitable lor designs at Barretts 23 lt I torYv M hjmkJid lv im MM iqpiflj b rosrtt ijgy- - Kr Wav Wm vVVvA ir n VWAH r r 5 -i I I Tho reception at the Executive RA BRIDGE Mansion tendered to the General Miss Walbeck of Louisville is the Assornbly and members of the press RESTS ON THE CRACKED guest of Mrs J A Murray by Governor and Mrs Brown on ABUTMENT Mr Richard Godson of Midway Monday evening was a brilliant and largely attended entortainmont was in tho city on Monday THE WORK IS STOPJED Miss Mary Talbott Dudley enter Â¬ Mr 0 J Bronston of Lexington What was in tho city on Tuesday tained the As You Like It Club on And tlio Question Is Aro Von Going to Do Tuesday evening Hon Bon Johnson of Louisville About It Mrs Mary Haff entertained a few waB in the city on Tuesday Â¬ Mr Ed A Tipton ofXexinpton members of the Legislature on MonThe work of hanging the bridge day evening waB in the city on Tuesday was completed on Monday when Mrs V Berberich entertained a Mrs James E Stone and daughter connecting the top the pin of Louisville are at the Capital Hotel few friends Thursday afternoon in a very pleasant manner it being her and bottom chords on the east The Misses Fiefds of Versailles birthday side of the bridge was driven into have been spending a week in this PERSONAL THE White T J Ransdell Gaertner A u SRECN RIVER TCBAdCO WAREHOUSE Jm as T city Â¬ Miss Janie Dehoney is visiting her cousin Miss Jennie Quinn in George What we say on the first page town about a means of transportation Mies Josephine Barr of Louisville provided for the people is the guest of Mrs J Buford Hen not being on the South Side was written at a drick Mr Albert Hollenkamp wife and time when we together with all son of Lexington spent Tuesday in the residents of that portion of the this city city were getting to and from our Mrs Allie ODonohue of Chicago is homes in a sort of the gueBt of Mrs L D Hancock of catch-as-catch-ca- Take It Back n this county Messrs Dan E OSullivan and Chas Wilson of Louisville were in the city Tuesday Mrs H T Stanton left Tuesday afternoon to visit her daughter Mrs Dorsey at LaGrange Miss Nancy Beckner of Winches tor is visiting Miss Mary Talbott Dudley on Ann street Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles is the guest of her sister Mrs Thos Willis on Lewis street Miss Hester B Laughlin of St Louis Mo is the guest of Mrs Geo W Chinn on Broadway Miss Brown of Elizabethtown is visiting the family of Judge W H Gardner on Shelby street Mr W 0 Macklin came down Tuesday from Lock No 6 in a skiff for a short visit to his mother Hon W C Owen of Georgetown came down Sunday evening and re Â¬ mained over until Monday night Dr Hugh Tobin who has been quite ill recovered sufficiently to go to Louisville on Monday for treat Â¬ manner and after thinking about it feel satisfied we did some That of the committee injustice they were making an effort to relieve the people of the South Side is evidept from the fact that Mr John E Miles a member of the committee had made a contract with Mr Secknerto have the floor of one of the sidewalks on the bridge laid at once and it would have been completed in a few days if the work on the bridge had not and been ordered suspended would have rendered the people independent of floods in the river Â¬ Walked Off tlio Wall Wm Coons- who is in the employ of Mr Jose Aubrey the butcher started to cross the bridge yesterday morning about 430 and in walkfng out on the wing wall he stepped into the niche made f rthe floor beam of the sidewalk faling about 35 feet into the soft He was terribly mud below bruised up about the head but as he was able to walk to his home on Steele street he is not fatally injured from his fall Â¬ ment Mrs Sam B Holmes and cbildren left Monday afternoon to visit her sister Mrs I N Cardwell in Win Â¬ chester Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles who has been spending several days in this city left Thursday afternoon for Georgetown Hon Lesslie T Applegate of Fal mouth candidate for Judge of the Oourt of Appeals in his district was in the city Tuesday Mr L E McPhcrson Assistant General Counselof the Pullman Car Co of Chicago was in the city Tues Â¬ day on legal business Mr Dan M Bowmar the popular junior editor of the Woodford Sun drove down from Versailles Saturday Head It 1 Attention is called to the adver- t5ement of Shampona in to day s Hsue prepared by the Fayttte Manufacturing Co which is favor- Â¬ ably known to many of our read ersbut to those whom it is yet an unknown quality we would say that Shampona does not belong to the class of quack nostrums frequently offered to the public but is a really scientific preparation for cleaning the scalp removing dan druff and curing eczema and pro- Â¬ moting a healthy growth of the hair beside providing a delightful shampoo for home use It is prepared under the direc tion of the Veteran Chemist Dr of Louisville J P liarnum known by reputation if not in person by pretty nearly every man woman and child in Ken tucky as a skillful analyst and popular lecturer on chemistry and its practical usefulness is endors d by an array of testimonials such as few if any preparation ever obtained Among them we find Mrs Henry Watterson Mrs W N Halde man Mrs Dr Cheatham Arthur Peters Esq and Mrs Nellie Kwing Wright wife of Maj Mont Â¬ gomery Wright Marshal of the U S Supreme Court Â¬ position The Construction Company having received orders from the King Bridge Company to swing the bridge on the south WHITE RANSDELL CD abutment nbtwithstanding the MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH n LOUISVILLE KY cracks in the wall it was let down MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE Tuesday far enough to enable the workmen to rivet the joints at the Auction Sales Daily Four Months Returns Promptly Made Wednesday the proper time Storage Free of Charge workmen were started at the north EBgTVVe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Bhelbyville end putting the floor beams in Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf position and the work vwas going along as rapidlyas possible getting ready for the floor It was evidently the intention of the bridge people to go ahead and finish up the work now withj out stopping to put up a new abutment Whether one is necessary or not and when completed ask the city and county to say whether they would accept it with the abutment and wing walls pulling apart in several directions Believing that when that time arrived the company would attempt to force this faulty pierce of work upon us the City Council at the meeting on Tuesday evening and also at the meeting Thursday evening refused to pay the estimate upon the bridge which fell due in January and the bridge company ordered the work stopped It is claimed that yesterday the money should be paid as the representative of the King V people had promised that every- Â¬ thing should be satisfactory but as far as we are informed 1 that promise has never been made in writing by the company and as this same representative made other representations in regard to the bridge in the past which did not pan out in our humble judgment the council did right in not paying a cent of the money in the hands of the city A law suit is sure to follow and it is best to hold on to everything Â¬ Green River Tobacco Warehouse Fropi THE ROUNDABOUT Â¬ 4fl THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Â¬ it v Subscription Only 1 Per Tear Â¬ Our Job Department of and spent the day in the city Commis Â¬ sioner of Agriculture who has been ill at his home in Danville is again able to be in his office in this city The Misses Wickliffe who have been visiting their father Adjutant General J Orepps Wickliffe left Tuesday for their home in Louisville Mrs Maria Starling and daughter Miss Laura who have been visiting Mrs R P Pepper have returned to their home in Greenville Mississippi Messrs Pen and John Morris of Louisville came up Tuesday to atÂ¬ tend the wedding of their sister Miss Emma Morris to Mr Charles W Saffell on Wednesday Misses Birdie Magraw Addie Cal Â¬ vert and Mary Lingle and Mr James H Calvert of Junction City who have been visiting Miss Addie Haw kins near this city returned homo Monday Â¬ Maj Nicholas McDowell in sight It is pretty rough on the city to be without a bridge at this time of the year but as we have done without it so far we can manage to worry along until we succeed totalling this bluff of a corporation which hns violated its con- Â¬ tract and is now seeking to avoid the consequences Â¬ ti on tt best in thi State 9-- and tft tri prepared to tori out on short notict I He was muoh pleased with it and felt sure that others similarly afflicted would like to know what the He remedy was that cured him states for the benefit of the publio that it is called Chamberlains Pain Balm For sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist him 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 V JL XL YD 3 V w tf2 HiXsP Running Again the river having subsided sufficiently to permit the ferryboat being operated with safety it was stai ted again yesterday afternoon and is now running all right The flood in Â¬ Society Notes Miss Annie Headley entertained her young friends at cards in honor of her guest Miss Maud Troxelle on Thursday evening at her home on South Shelby street Mis3 Maggie May Thomason enter Â¬ tained the As You Like It Club last evening at the residence of Dr Geo W Chinn on Broadway The young people danced until a late hour The choir of the Catholic Church will be entertained by Prof Wayland Graham at his Academy of Music on Tuesday evening next Misses Eva Macklin and Adelma Orutcher will entertain their young friends at the home of Mrs Mary 0 Macklin on Washington street Tues day evening next Â¬ v t V Tho Modern Invalid Cure for Ilcaduche of Head Â¬ ache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best It effects a perma Â¬ nent cure and the most dreaded habitual sick headaches yield to its influence We urge all who are afflicted to procure a bottle and give thiB remedy a fair trial In cases of habitual constipation Electric Bitters cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long resist the use of this medicine Try Ft once Large bottles only 50 cents at P H Carpenters drug store 2 Ab a remedy for all forms f Has tasjes medicinally in keeping A remedy with others luxuries -must be pleasantly acceptable in form purely wholesome in com- Â¬ position truly beneficial in effect and entirely free from every objectionable quality If really ill Blank Books of all kinds gotten np in the highest style of he consults a physjeian if consti- Â¬ pated he uses the gentle family the art Old Books and Musio bound at lowest rates Job laxative Syrup of Figs Werk of all kinds solicited H BINDERY h-i A m Â¬ 7 Y Si V tu WMWtimw 32tt aa tl 3 titja fcr hri H ia ii toJps tv ryni Hi i WATCHES CLOCKS GOLD PENS ft Solid Silverware Silver Bolt Buckles Hat Pins JEWELBY DIAMONDS Opera Glasses Silverplated Ware Water Sets Tea Sets Celery Stands Spoonholders stick pins Garter Buckles A full line of Solid Silver Novelties We make a specialty of Jf BERRY BOWLS Cake Stands BUTTER DISHES Pickle Casters And everything else in this line r7 F SOLID SILVER SPOONS i Teaspoons from 3 00 Jo 1000 per set Dessert Spoons from 750 to Si 2 per set Table Spoons from 10 to 15 per set 233 St Clair SSJELbJLjh l te JE refused to pay the estimate on the bridge Upon the vote being taken it resulted yeas 7 nays 5 Mr Miles then moved that the estimate as furnished by the en- Â¬ gineer be paid Mr Pruett rose to a personal explanation of his vote in relation to the above matter The vote was then taken and resulted as follows yeas 6 nays 6 The vote being a tie the mayor wrote a resolution and stated that if some member of the council would offer it and it was passed he would vote to pay the estimate Mr Miles then by permission of the council withdrew his reso- Â¬ lution which carried with it the resolution suggested by the mayor Mr Marshall moved to post- Â¬ pone the further consideration of the matter until the next regular meeting night Adopted Mr Cowing then appeared be- Â¬ fore the council and notified them that they would discontinue work on the bridge until the estimate was paid The council then adjourned un- Â¬ til the next regular meeting - st COUNCIL MEETINUS BUT THE BRIDGE COMPANY MUST WAIT FOR THEIR MONEY M Jrof fc Nelson and Mr Cowing Sing a Song of Safety of tlie Bridge iLff I- - Tuesday Feb 6 94 The mayor and all the members of the council were present The minutes of the last meet j ing were read and approved Petition of John Buttimer ask ing permission to build storeroom corner of Todd and Logan streets granted when he complies with Â¬ the law - Proposition of E P Lynch and Henry Bell to run ferry from North to South Side the cost to the city to be 15 per day refer- Â¬ red to bridge committee with Wl power to act Mr Miles stated that he would refuse to have anything further to do with the ferry The matter was on motion of Mr Utterback referred to the street committee Petition of Mr Nickles asking permission to build an addition to his house on Mero street granted Petition of the W A Gaines Company asking that the Electric Street Railway Company be com pelled to lower their track on Murray street referred to street Â¬ samr - 1 Mr Heffner from the gas com Â¬ mittee reported a bill which was ordered paid Mr Pruett from the hall com Â¬ mittee reported in relation to ad- Â¬ ditional insurance on scenery and furniture and the premium was ordered paid He also reported a bill in favor of E M Williams which was ordered paid Mr Miles from the bridge committee reported several bills which were ordered paid Mr Crutcher presented an ac- Â¬ count from police committee which was ordered paid Mr Nelson was then called on to make a statement in relation to the bridge He stated in substance that everything in regard to the structure would be made satisfac tory to the council and citizens and he would guarantee a safe and permanent structure when it was ready to be turned over Mr Cowing was then asked to make a statement and he stated in substance what Mr Nelson had stated adding that they were am- Â¬ ply protected by a bond from any Â¬ Prospects Gloomy The capital appropriation bill Senate yesterday and it seemed to be the intention of some of the Senators to load it down with amendments After was up in the To California will sell tickets to San Jose Los The Kentucky Midland Railway Angeles Colton San Bernardino San Diego or Portland Oregon and return for 9165 on account of Midwinter Fair at San Fran- Â¬ fighting over it for an hour or so cisco Cal December 1st to April it went over until to day when it 30th 1894 comes up again as unfinished busi- Â¬ ness Many Persons aw broken Have Yon Thought ter in loss MKiSVuti Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and hysteria but also builds up the body I am pleased to say that after years of intense suffering with nervous dis Â¬ ease headache and prostration I tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine committee printing Adopted and in two pounds Mr Miles from finance com The mayor appointed Messrs In weight weeks gained eightdown to I could not fie mittee presented rerort of late Crutcheft Fortune and Utterback sleep bnt now sleep perfectly easy and am still improving wonderfully clerk and treasurer as correct on said committee Cannot say enough for the Nervine B Millard Dunkirk N They were ordeied filed away The council then adjourned to Mrs L One customer used Y Nervine A petition of George B Sal meet Thursday night at 730 and gained fifteen pounds in flesh says Brown Maybury Cortland ender asking a remission of his oclock NY Trial bottlos and elegant uuuu iree at J w unyies license from December 31 v93 to 3 Thursday FebS 94 April 30 94 on account of damIJaiid Seekers Excursions Mayor Julian and all the mem Â¬ age to his business was refused Would be pleased to have all on the recommendation of the bers of the council were present Â¬ Mr Miles then moved that the January estimate be paid amounting to something over 10000 The vote being taken it was lost yeas 5 nays 6 Mr Heffner moved the appoint ment of a special committee on Â¬ How to Beoome Fleshy Season soon opens America 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 Qeeeu 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 Cincinnaf O for winter tourists rates schedules information as to hotels etc See that your tickets read over the Queen and Crescent Route Â¬ Â¬ About going to Florida this win Its the greatest resting place down from overwork or household caret Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the system aid1 digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Get tbo genuine Uucklcns Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Files or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Phil Carpenter m For Sale or Rent 8 ly My resi- Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Â¬ Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though tne nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doseB for 25 cents Samples free at J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Couching leads to Consumption Stop the Cough heal the Lungs and strengthen the System Announcement with MME r PV I w rr iiK 1 The minutes of the last meeting committee on license Mr Chas Bridgefords petition were read and approved A communication from the for a license was read a second Capital Printing Company kin retime and passed Mr Miles from finance com lation to the city printing was remittee reported that they had ap ferred to ordinance committee Mr Pruett from fire committee proved bond of clerk and treasurer presented an account which was reand the council adopted the ordered paid port The charity committee preThe ordinance allowing clerk to sented an account of Dr AverillJ employ a janitor had its second and it was ordered paid reading and was adopted The ordinance committee pre Mr Pruett from fire committee sented the ordinance in relation to reported several bills which were the Assessor which after much ordered paid Mr Ellwanger from charity discussion was read and passed committee reported several bills without amendment It empowers the Assessor to appoint two as which were ordered paid Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ farmers or others who are inter ested drop us a card asking for information about our Land Seek Â¬ ers Excursions Tickets at one fare forthe 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 ana ior literature on tne doutn or tt M iw Sower from workhouse committee presented a bill which y was ordered paid Mr Williams from the or-Â¬ dinance committee reported an ordinance defining the duties of the Assessor which was read and passed the first time and referred Mr 9 iSSibwvifA W C Rinearson G P A and he named Messrs Cincinnati O m W C Williams and John Harrod Barrett has valentines of The council confirmed the nomi all kinds and descriptions Drs Current Smith nations yeas 12 nays o Call and examine his stock Paris Ky 17 tf Mr Miles from the bridge 33 For Sale One automatic Wil committee reported a bill which W L Coppersmith has not left cox Gibbs sewing machine on was ordered paid Frankfort He has removed to very reasonable terms Machine Mr Tobin moved to reconsider more commodious quarters Apply at 227 227 in good repair he vote Jv whichl the council St Clair street 1 hud street South Side 22 It tl J Trf sistants Â¬ to No apology is necessary on the score of medical propriety for 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 tumors and are able to offer the the Cream of Cod liver Oil results of our extensive experience and hypophosphites It is in Kentucky and surrounding palatable and easy on the countries in a system of rational stomach Physicians the and successful treatment that we world over endorse it believe has never heretofore been Dont be deceived by Substitutes attained and we are able to point Prpr bj Scott Bowna N Y All DrutfUu to thousands of successful cases not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our assertion that our system does cure cancer With a positive knowledge of this fact now so The Direct and Popular Line to fully endorsed by thousands of sufferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted And all Points NORTH and WEST with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases Vestibuled Trains We have printed a pamphlet Dining Oar Services giving the symptons cause Palace Chair Cars varieties c of cancers and tumors Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ Pullman Buffet Sleepers esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ And Only First Classs Accommodations dressing Scotts Emulsion fc E THE ft MONON ROUTE CHICAGO For Further Information Address Bryan C lt BL PA WGCrnsMM KY OR Â¬ LOUISVILLE w -- Jas Barker G P AN Chicago III Tiymfrr H FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT one who has to ride over Entered nt the post ofilco nt Fnmkf or t Kentucky ns second class mnllable matter 0 I it does A -- - not vote for Dan for County Judge it will not be because he has not done them a great service xA 1 lit CJ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 10 1894 Would It Get It His Jjast Run W H Cavins died in Lexing- Â¬ ton on Tuesday and the remains were taken through this city to Louisville Wednesday and interred in Cave Hill Cemetery The de- Â¬ ceased was for many years an en- Â¬ gineer on the old Louisville and Lexington railroad and was considered one of the most reliable men in the employ of the company During the late war he was several times lionized for his bravery in carrying his charges through the danger of active warfare He was frequently fired upon by wandering bands of guerrillas but was always fortunate in person as well In those trouble with his trains ous times if it was known to pass- Â¬ engers leaving this city for Louis ville that Henry Cavens was at the throttle they felt sure he would Fail Â¬ carry them through safely ing health compelled him to retire from active service in 18S2 and for nearly twelve years he had been an invalid He was a son of the late Igna tius T Cavins an old time printer who learned the art preservative in Lexington at the same time with the late Col A G Hodges was for many years an employe f the old Louisville Journal and held cases on that paper when its office was at the northeast corner of Fifth and Main streets and was there when it burned out an occasion when there was great loss of life both by fire and falling walls but he succeeded in escapIn 1857 nc was employed ing at the old Commonwealth office in this city when the boiler of that establishment blew up and although but ten feet away from the boiler when the explosion oc curred escaped with a slight in jury being struck on the head by a flying brick Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Should the King Iron Bridge of Cleveland Ohio Company wish a certificate from this people as to its promptness in executing its contracts complying with its agreements in every particular doing first class work and putting full weight iron into its bridges Well hardly would it get it But should it ask that we recommend it as a corporation which will grasp at every dollar it can get hold of on a contract before it has a pound of iron on the ground fail by six months to complete a job on contract time put up a bridge 525000 pounds lighter than the one it proposed to build erect shoddy and tumbledown masonry upon which to swing the bridge and put a community to all man- Â¬ ner of inconvenience at the worst time of the year by reason of its utter failure to comply with its contract and then ask what you are going to do about it would it Yes ypu bet and with a get it whoop Â¬ renovate it mildly and gently but thoroughly and effectively no griping no violence Thoyro tho smallest and the eosiast to tako purely vegetablo perfectly harmless and the best liver pill Only ono little ever known Pollot for a laxative three for a cathartic Sick or Bilious IVs ineffective except for the momont tho ordinary pill Be- causo Ifc P303 your whole intor- nal economy you neednt think its doing you good It only shocks and weakens your system iuko somoiaing tnava do tier Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do good that lasts They regulate the system as woll as cleanse and JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET EasEniEnt nf the Capital Hntel I rangements of the liver stomach and bowels are prevented re lieved and cured Theyre the chtavtst Dills von can buy for theyre guaranteed I to give satisfaction or your money is returned You pay only for the aood vou set Can you ask better proof of the superiority of these little pills -- IThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Headache Constipation Indiges Â¬ short time tion Bilious Attacks and all de Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST wTir i TO CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine And Flowers The Fruit HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES W Jan Cussing Mad Mark Twain says in Pudden When head Wilsons Calendar angry count four when very angry swear and judging from the num- Â¬ ber of times we have heard the King Bridge Company its heredit Â¬ aments and appurtenances there Â¬ unto belonging unanimously and vociferously cussed since the rise in the river set in we are inclined to believe that this people have verv point anr are passed the now getting boiling hot And we are constrained to furthermore believe that if the pr vers of this 1 if Â¬ M m M Â¬ m Â¬ righteously angry community avail anything the soul of the aforesaid if it has one will corporation stand a very poor show to pass muster in the other world Muscle and Vigor A Difference Many muscuhr men sueeumb to fatlsues borre with else by persons far their inferiors la phjs Muscle does not Imply vigor In leal strength fact it Is not dim suit of proof that athletes do not live so long or enjoy as good health as the trverage individual wlio Is vigorous thatls to say whose digestion and sleep 11 ro unimpaired whose nerves ore tranquil and who has no organic tendency to dlsewe These requisites of vigor are conferred upon those Inherently weak no than upon those debilitated through wiRtln lss Â¬ A11 Orphan V There has been considerable complaint during the last week about the condition of the road leading from the Louisville pike around to the west end of the railroad bridge and every one has asked why it has not been im proved The road seems to be an Only that portion of it orphan which is between the Louisville pike and the road which comes Â¬ Midwinter Exposition already much talked of bids fair to rivalthe great fair that has just closed at Chicago not in size perhaps but certainly so in originality in richness and in de- Â¬ lighted visitorsi who will unanimously agree that the Pacific Coast is worth many times the time and money spent to visit it in its return of delightful climate mellow sunlight wondrous growth of vegetation and the heretofore unheard of net work of industries connected with fruit raising and the shipping of the product In order to give an opportunity for everybody to visit this wonder- Â¬ land during the Exposition Cali- Â¬ Cres- Â¬ fornia rates via the Queen cent Route have been reduced and every one ay find the cost of such a triR within liis 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 Francisco Solid vestibuled trains 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 Orleans 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 ticulars Ask agents for rates schedules and other information oraddiess VV L Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ And cordially ask our friends to give us a call McKEE HARDIE C L GrAYLE 21 1 y m Si m 5FW JOE T STATES CO f Have purchased the eiitire stock of FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Â¬ facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct Â¬ Â¬ 1 J I I 1500 1800 Gome now and look we have 100 Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months SOLID OAK SUIT tt a OHEVAL - Â¬ t226 ANN STREET L--J- fiffli l Â¬ diseases br a thorouah uerslstjnt court6 of llosjetters Stomach Bitters and the leading national ionic inoorseu unu recommenueu ny pb8lc ans of eminence It will not endow you with trie muscle of a orbett but It will inliiHe energy into your itystem and renew the active and healthful performance uf Its runctloiiH it averts and cures malarial rheumatic and kidney complaints and overcomes dyspepsia constipa Â¬ tion liver trouble and nervousness Queon and Crescent Route to JJookout Mountain Tonn covers cost personally con ducted excursion Cincinnati to Lookout Mountain and return February 1st and February 15th including meals enrnute sleeping car accomodation railroad fare and three clays stay at Lookout Inn Same accomodation fiom Lex Â¬ ington Ky 24 the round trip Write for particulars to Chas W Zell D P A Cin Â¬ cinnati O J S Lfiih T P A Lexington Ky or VV C Rine Â¬ arson G P A Cincinnati O 2 YOU WANT TO O ET Z3ST01T 7A v M 1 THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at m J Handsome Residence Sold The farm of Hon W J Hen drick in this county containing 7 acres was sold by Commission erW H Posey on Monday to the Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust Company for 12500 There is a magnificent house upon v ft ff UK Ai - 3 K down the hill from Mrs Williams is within the city limits as it is claimed the boundary line of the cify crosses the road at that point and runs along the top of the river bank to the mouth of Benson consequently the city is not responsible for all of it The coun- Â¬ ty does not claim it because it claims that the city line runs along the west side of the road or in the center of it all the way to the mouth of Benson If it is outside the city the council has no right to improve a county road and if within the city the county has nothing to do with it By an agreement between the county court and the city council some work was done upon it last fall each body paying half the expense but it was not very materially improved and the recent heavy travel over it has cut it up considerably and rendered it almost impassable Squire J D Moore passed along there Thurs day and seeing it in such a miserable condition sent hands to drain the mudholes- - and fix it up the best they could and npw if every Â¬ i M greatly c J the place which alone cost several times as much as the whole prop- Â¬ erty brought Midwinter Fair Valentines in great varie Â¬ ty at Barretts News Depot 33 lt Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas assortment is unbroken the REDUGRD PRIGE8 SON - VL1 M E A iI The Kentucky Midland will issue certificates to delegates at Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Rail- tending the Grand Lodge Conven- Â¬ road will sell tickets to San Fran- tion at Louisville February 13th Ac- and 14th which will be honored cisco and return for 89165 count Midwinter Fair for one third fare returning C D Bercaw C D Bercaw GPA GPA Â¬ R ROGERS Â¬ 1 Â¬ Lawn Mowers The Lead OS Market Incli IMXOIfcT Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware and on LAWN MOWERS I vr Wl Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pairs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Used in Millions AorlUMf s of-Homes PRICES No Ammonia No Alum 500 40 Years the Standard 323 JBatJJDm7mnr Street fa kmi5Mki itpz i mf r Wrv TV r I a 5 i 4 tf O SJ CBUTCHBR Pxesldont J W CRUTCKCEB Secrotarr n THE V VI KENTUCKY BUGGY -- AND OF- - HARNESS WORKS 4 V 5 ZBTTirjIDEIRS li Il- FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND - f V- Surries Phaetons Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles l m 11 rv WE SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANYBODY Farm Wngons Cultivators Corn Planters Disc Hnrrowd Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver Chilled Plows a m Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagon Gear Plow Gear Hames and Traces Backhands and Straps Cart tfarness Track Harness Break Harness Bits and Bridles Lines and Hitch Straps Horse Boots Horse Covers Delivery Wagons Carts Barouches Surries Phaetons Buggies Buokboards Side Saddles Mens Saddles Whips Lap Robes Several good scoond lutnd ymbiol FACTORY HEAD OP BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT -- will Mil obeap Clover Seed for Sale COURTHOUSE fH J1 SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES RETAIL STORE OPPO FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 10 1894 General Comment A Calendar of Great Americans is the title of an article in the Feb- Â¬ ruary Forum which has attracted and discussion muoh attention amongst those who have read it It is by Prof Woodrow Wilson of Princeton College a man whose knowledge of our history and of our great men is consummate and ex- Â¬ The peculiarity ofrtho haustive article and the part of it which has attracted so much attention is the authdrs statement which he bears out by a logical and convincing argu- Â¬ ment that not all the great men who lived in and directed the destinies of these United States were great Americans The opening paragraph gives the key to his argument He says Before a calendar of great Americans can be made out a valid canon of Americanism must be es- Â¬ The great English- Â¬ tablished America like Hamilton men bred in and Madison the great provincials like John Adams and Oalhoun the authors of such thought as might have been native to any clime like Asa Qrav and Emerson the men of mixed breed like Jefferson and Ben ton must be excluded from our present list We must pick out men who have created or exemplified a distinctively American standard and type of greatness justice in this limited space and I shall content myself with giving herein the naraea of those whom Professor Wilson considers worthy of a place in the list bo described Lin Â¬ the supreme coln he says was American of our history from the fact that he more than any other pne man comprehended and sympa thized with the diverse elements of our national character Jackson al though all his charaoter was western was yet distinctly American in type Henry Olay was an American of the whose most authentio pattern charaoter was a Buch mixture of ettut and west that he seems like two men John Marshall Webster and Washington all had the distinguibh- One of incr traiui of Americanism the first to exhibit this American spirit with an unmistakable touch of neatness and distinction was Ben Qrant and Lee jamin Franklin the two leaders of tho sections in our civil war are alike considered worthy of a place on the list which concludes with Patriok Henry and Sam Houston as statesmen and Curtis and Lowell as men of literature Then follows the peroration whioh I shall give in full Â¬ rr confident of the validity of liberty tenacious of the deeper principles of American institutions but with the old rashness schooled and sobered and instinct tempered by instruction They must be wise with an adult not with an adolescent wisdom Some day we shall be 6t one mind our ideals fixed our purposes harmonized our nationality complete and consentane ous then will come ourgreat litera- Â¬ ture and our greatest men our historical writers will agree with Professor Wilson in the whole some may object to his classification of Hamilton Jefferson and others out- Â¬ side of the list of the distinctively American great others may object to some of his examples of each form of Americanism but there can be no doubt that the article will have much influence in shaping the stand- Â¬ ard of American greatness In his peroration especially he shows a thorough grasp of the entire subject and all who read his argument and it should be in the hands of every patriotic American will obtain from it a truer conception of the charac ter of the country and of its men of destiny The two branches of the Kentucky Legislature or the Democratic mem Â¬ bers thereof seem to be divided against each other The House recently on motion of Mr Beckner of Clark adopted a resolution calling on Senators Blaokburn and Lindsay to oppose the confirmation of the nomination for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of any man who could not establish his adherence to the organization as well as to the principles of the Democratic party or in plain English to vote against the confirmation of Mr Peokham This did not meet the views of the Senate and although that body took no official action a majority of its Democratic members telegraphed Lindsay and Blaokburn to use their own judgment in the matter which it is more than probable our two Senators would have done in any event Tne action of the House however seems to be entirely un- Â¬ called for as the members of that body can by no means be as thor- Â¬ oughly acquainted with suoh matters as the two Senators who are on the scene and whose business it is to investigate the character and qualifica- Â¬ tions of the nominee On questions of local importance the Legislature has a perfect right to instruot the Senators elected by it but on Nation Â¬ al questions especially nominations from other States its interference is unwarranted and should be frowned upon by public sentiment Â¬ HANNEN DEALERS HURSEY IN- - Chesapeake NEW YORE TON Ohio Ry WASHINB M PHILADELPHIA Wagons Carriages and Buggies OF BOSTON and all Eastern Ciies Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nor 1st EAST BOUND 1892 v It is hardly probable that any of W Iiv Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS m Atlanta Express No 22 dally 715ak Midland AccomNo26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m 615pm Vestlbuled Express No24 dally Mt Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex SouBOp m Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Son 800 am 1245 pm Louisville Express No 21 dally Lexington Acconv No 25 dally ex Sun 4 15 p M Express No 23 dally Vestlbuled 615 PM Foltd Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change No Bus transfers G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky C BBYAN H W FTTLLEB Genl Pass Agt Asst Genl Pass Art Washington D 6 Cincinnati WEST BOUND Lye Lexington ft k I k ft k Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 -- LrrfcT sTZEerEZET iftf -- 1 tw 3 etc m L N TIME TABLE m BtWDiBKl The following time table is now iu jffeot upon the L fc N toad TBAIMQ WEST No 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves No23leavefiFrankfort IfV Frankfort 5S0 am 960 a m 255 pm 735 p m 1020 am 453 pm 735 pm 855 pm JM TBAINBKABT No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort tl m Jj V 1 U rf3 It is impossible to do the article L and Ohristiansbnrg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branoh No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage m m KM Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and quickest between M 1 m A cry I 1 d I M i ilBI CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct llae between Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris fal- - Car J Uiplh monih and TICKETS Cynthiana Covington VIA KY MW B WHERE DIRT GATHERS W ASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS PR tM THE USE OP M MIDLAND ASK FOB TaillSDOIBfCUTSiLSTUDIBDTlE TIMETABLE NOV I 26 18U3 ii Jw i i 1 W DeclMy tfyj K as SAPOLIO 17 TBAIN3EAST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn A AH No 1 PM No 8 PU NoT L10 700 711 729 7UG 400 412 420 4 31 4 06 100 - IP w tm The Recluse Bewarft of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Meroury meroury will surely destroy the sense of smell and com plecely derange the whole system when enteriag it through tae mucous mrfaces Suoh artlolaa should never be used except on jreoriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will o is ten fold to the good you can pesatbly derive from them Halls Catarrh Ouremanufaoturedby As F Lv DuvaU Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot LviNewtown Lt Centrevllle Lv Kilzubeth Ar Purls LvSwltzer LV stamping Ground B 718 730 742 749 768 aUS ZOO 140 210 220 l 0 I 816 a20 488 443 460 606 617 626 236 336 846 aoo 3 20 a A PL ffltt There need be no fear that we shall be obliged to stop with Lowell in literature or with any of the men who have been named in the field of achievement We shall not in the future have to take one type of Americanism at a time The frontier has gone it has has reached the Pacific The country grows rapidly homogenous With the same pace it grows various and multiform in all its life The man of the simple or local type oannot any longer deal in the great manner with any national problem The great men of our must be of the composite type future of greatness sound hearted hopeful 109 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN 1 Ml p 906 916 920 928 940 x 660 600 604 12 TRAINS WEST Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar CentervlUe Newtown U Depot Georgetown Paris Elizabeth c B INo2 No4 im pv INo8INo13i 48 626 749 800 810 aSO 629 640 40O M 71 a Stamping Ground Elkhorn Summit Frankfort Swltzer A DuvaU Johnson It mtisi that the Queen nd Crtirmk Ronto It IT mllu ihorttii between Cincinnati and Lexington I i3uiile ihorteit Cincinnati to Dlr mlnnhami f Omilea ihorteit Cincinnati to New Orleane 109 mllea ihorttii Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jatkaunvllle Florida 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1166 1202 1210 66 700 716 721 630 635 642 648 646 600 730 9 25 906 916 ato m u SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Between all of the atore riolnti Tbrongh Can to vlcxiburir and fthrT- twrt Onlr Una runnlnc throuali cara Cincinnati ta Knmvlllj and AsheilUe N V Direct line to Texaa and Mexico via New Orleana or 1 Bhrereport Alk agent about toura to California From LouUiille direct connection la made at LcalufUa ShelbrYllle and Lawrtncebur with veitlbuled tralnt to all lioiiiti Houtfi VT 0 RINEARSON Genl Puir Aaent Cincinnati 0 A connects with L B connects with Q O tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ ternally and aots direotly upon the blood and maoouB surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Oheney Co serSold4y Drnfgit price 76 per bottle 4 F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 connects with K 4 0 N C and L S K m con- Â¬ SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 946 a m Arr Georgetown 1040 a m Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort 1210 p in t The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec a VJ QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further information apply to their agents CD Gen BER0AW Pais Agt GEOB HABPEB City Tloket Agent Gen Bupt EBWEITZKL ni ft M Ji RJJotW 6 i v rwi ft rst vagwrawAKrrJr ivrrr jpa v scinwwwHHinHrMnviKLrtfrv t3ttJt iiHiHMV i Mi I f Ai k i pipe r ft W A GATNESr L B MARSHALL of its parents on Todd LOUIS VIILE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET Baptist Church Public worship street Tuesday morning aged The funeral took FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT at the Baptist Ohurch to morrow will two months LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE bo condhcted at both services 11 a m place Wednesday Sales on our market for the week and 7 p ra by RevW 0 Taylor tho just closed amount to 4785 hhds with pastor BIjOWX OPEN SAFE receipts for tho same period of 3478 Sunday Bohool at 030 a m in the hhds Sales on pur market since Jan Â¬ The Coal Offlcc of Messrs Black uary 1st amount to 20668 hhds SaleB chapel of the crop of 1893 ou our market to Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Hughes Co Entered by this date amount to 26887 hhds Burglars Catholic Church Rev Father The market this week for new share tof the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased Donley of Louisville will conduct burley vas very firm and active and A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times About 1245 yesterday morning entirely recovered irom tne irreguthe services at the Ohurch of the Good Shepherd to morrow people living in the vicinity of larity of last week and showing an OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET prices on all mass at 8 a in High mass at the intersection of Broadway and improvement in very common grades Low that class above 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Father Donley will assist Father Wilkinson streets were awakened resent our market for burley to- Â¬ FOE RENT Gorey in the discharge of Mb pastoral by a heavy smothered explosion bacco 1893 crop FOR SALE duties hereafter Officer William Gordon was stand- Â¬ Trash dark or damaced 2 60 83 60 tobacco STORY FRAME RESIDECE OFSEBN TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAMB RESIDENCE on Cross street nr Conwav This A on Cross street near Conwar ThU proper Â¬ ing on the corner of Clinton and Common Oolory trash 3 505 4 uu TWO Is very desirable property and will be rented at a ty baa a very cod lot Is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ Medium to good colory The jusual ser- Wilkinson Christian Church hood and will be sold at a low llgure streets and hastened to 7 60 moderate price 4 00 trash vices at 11 and 730 oclock to morrow 5 00 Common lugs not colory 4 00 by the pastor Rev George Darsie the spot and upon examination Common Oolory lugs 7 00 5 50 Morning subject A Rooted Life found that the office of Messrs Medium to good colory 9 00 7 00 lugs night subject What to Read and Black Hughes Co had been Common to medium leaf 8 00 11 0C LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND a special talk to young peo- Â¬ broken How 253 15 00 THE 11 00 into the safe blown open Medium to good leaf South Frankfort known as the Hanna A FARM OF on a ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort ple property This propertj has large grounds tine residence of o rooms good turnpike road with to-a 18 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf Â¬ 2 tenement houses 2 Is a very desirable location The burglars had Select or wrappery 21 50 shade Mees and or boarding house 18 00 bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ and robbed either for u home sary Improvements AH of the Improvements Including the fencing on this pnperty lire new tian Endeavor in the lecture room at evidently gone through the whole and In nrst class condition This farm has a building in search of money be- Â¬ 650 quantity of line tobacco land and would also make a nrst class stock farm It also has a young FOR SALE fore blowing the safe as the cash peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other Episcopal Church There will be fruit STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS drawer in the scale office and TWO 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This the usual service at Ascension Ohurch Is good property and Is offered at a bargain on Washington street between Main several drawers in the desk were end Broadway to morrow at 11 a ra prized open When they tackled and 730 p m The Lenton services the safe the knob which turns the OF 100 OR during the week will be held in the A FARM Frankrort126 on a160 ACRES 8 MILES good turnpike road from 16 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES ehapel every afternoon at 430 oclock bolts was first cut off but as it left with residence tenement houses stock and to- Â¬ from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary except Wednesday and Friday On no opening the combination knob are authorized to sell for three hundred and fifty Improvements This land Is mostly In timber dollars grass and will make a good tobacco or stock Wednesday and Friday service at was then broken out and a large and farm It Is offered at a bargain 630 p m with an address on the quantity of powder put into the Rev R L Mc Apostles Creed hole left by it When the charge Cready rector was fired the safe door was blown Lo- Â¬ 210 ACRES on a A FINE FARM OFfrom FrankrortFINELY good cated 8 miles First Presbyterian Church from its hinges the front plate RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resiRev J McOlusky Blayney D D Johnston on Snelby street now occupied by dence of 6 rooms a tenement of four rooms and torn off the door thrown across Bpth This land is will occupy his pulpit to morrow at the method and results when allotber necessary Improvements Improvements Mrs L B Longraoor Possession given abont In state of cultivation the the room plastering jarred from Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant area highfine condition and In order to make a 1st of December 11 and 730 In The Young Peoples Society of the ceiling and the glass of the and refreshing to the taste and acts quick sale will be offered at a bargain Christian Endeavor will meet in the two windows in the room broken gently yet promptly on the Kidneys FOR RENT Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Lecture Room at 645 p m You are The thieves then took the wooden tem effectually dispels colds head invited box out of the safe and made off aches and fevers and cures habitual A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON ACRES WELL I South A GARDEN FARM OF 12a good turnpike roadM3 goodConway street we are Side This property Is In repair and located authorized to rent it at Methodist Ohurch Rev H G with it leaving a sledge hammer constipation Syrup of Figs is the milesproved Frankfort on 16 per month from only remedy of its kind ever proHenderson will occupy his pulpit and two chisels lying on the floor duced pleasing to the taste and ac to morrow morning and evening at The box taken contained about ceptable to the stomach prompt in the usual hours Si 50 in cash checks and tickets its action and truly beneficial in its Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epworth League will convene belonging to the coal department effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its in the class room at 7 oclock of the firm while a drawer by the many excellent qualities commend it R CHOATE side of it cpntaining some twenty to all and have madeit the most Formerly of Wakefield Choate LHFINNELL Southern Presbyterian Church Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor dollars belonging tothe flour and popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c will occupy his pulpit to morrow feed department was not disturbed and 81 bottles by all leading drug morning at 11 and at 730 p m Any reliable druggist who Immediately after the explosion gists Is a ten page eight column Democratic News paper It contains the best of everything going AND may not have it on hand will proseveral meil were heard running Matrimonial HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor cure it promptly for any one who ECS across the river AM A wishes to try it Do not accept any HOGSHEAD FACTORY EH w - Ba an Duvall Gill In Clay Village The police went to work on the substitute The WEEKLY COURIER JOPRNAL makes very Shelby county Tuesday evening case liberal term to agents and gives free premiums CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO at once Young Ben H ughes for clubs Sample copies of the paper and four PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL February 6 1 894 Mr Walker T clerk at the scales who had been SAN FRANCISCO CAL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs page Premium Supplement sent free to any NEW YORK NY address Write to LOUISVILLE- XY Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish and Miss Duvall of Bagdad sleeping in the office but only a COURIER JOURNAL CO SHINGLES DOORS Emma N Gill of near Clay few TURNED SASH days before had gone to SaweS LOUISVILLE KY Built or WORK BLINDS City were united in marriage by TAIR WORK FRAMES board at Mrs Campbell Steeles THE Rev George Dariie df this city AND AIJ KINDS OF was sent for and told them that RSONS WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELLON by the or who want the Saffell Morris Mr Chas W about noon on Thursday two able hundredbtumnbetter call on RRawing donewho has u Suter had AND THE saw mills In Kentucky also ma as well as tobacco hogsheads the best Factory one and a Saffell and Miss Emma B Morris bodied suspicious looking men chinery Dortable to manufacture the rough grade of half blocks from Post Office on river front WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL into looacco nogeneuus Aiwujroujf iu A share of public patronage Is solicited were married Wednesday after- had come into the office and want- Â¬ traileranywhere move k m bui m Ky will be sent one year to any address for 1S0 Peaks Mill noon at 3 oclock at the home of ed to sell him some cambric Dec 30 3m Address GEO A LEWIS FINNELL CHOATE the bride on Second street Rev needles and when he declined to Frankfort Ky Sept 2 ly George Darsie officiating Only buy they left but instead of go- Â¬ the immediate family of the con ing out the way they came they XjOX- G trading parties and a few friends stepped into the inner office in a iTrliTQR nw SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED were present and the affair a very which the safe stood stopped tiese- A on Conway street south side Istooffered for quiet one Immediately after the glanced around and went out the sale at a bargain Ifnr tnrtnH itnnlv mrCAVt Al 0 HAUL MARKSV TO OORMWELL Oct 7 tr ceremony the happy young peo side door Early yesterday mornCOPYFUGHTS prompt answer and an honest opinion write to pie left for Cincinnati over the ing five tough looking characters BEM0VES SlUNN ds CO who have had nearly flttr rean experience In the patent holiness Communica Upon their who had been selling wire coat Kentucky Midland tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In- lonnauon oonoernins raieais ana now to od return they will go to housekeep- stretchers about town and who them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ taln ical and adentlflo books sent free Patents taken through Mnnn k Co receive ing on the South Side Their had tried to purchase powder at MAIN STREET special notloeln the Hclentlflo American and Mr D L Halys hardware store and oures 334 tbna are brought widely before the public with Â¬ many friends remembered them out cost to the inventor This splendid paper issned weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the arrested at FRANKFORT K largest circulation of any aolentlBo work In the handsomely and the numerous the night before were world 93 a rear Bampie copies sent free ECZEMA house1 in Bellepoint the engine Building Edition monthly alio a year Single presents they received were very and searched Needles were found copies Ita oenta Bvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plana enabling builders to show the beautiful as well as useful upon one of them but no money Lv latest designs and secure contracts Address VCr k Fine Farm for Rent MUNN OoTNicw YOKE 3B1 fiBOADWAY They were locked up on suspicion RELIGIOUS home wl L 8 3 A MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags ii a 1 Â¬ 11 Â¬ FOE EENT FOR SALE m JESSES 35000 FOR SALE s V 0I3 FOR SALE FOR RENT Â¬ ENJOYS Â¬ Â¬ FOR SAKEL Â¬ Â¬ LB MARSHALL CO W h Â¬ PLAITING MILL Courier - Journal Pwna - iiW Â¬ Va - IB M VV - J J Mer 1 Finish For a Blouse ROUNDABOUT M v i 0 Hoiise FOR SALE axad H MATTERS Â¬ Â¬ DANDRUFF ru isiaiiliei DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING W 1 Deaths i I Mrs Ktttie Shaw Cannon Cannon wife of Mr V L Cannon of Forks of Elkhorn died Thursday at the home of her husband in that village1 after an illness of The de several weeks duration ceased had been married a little more than a year and leaves to the care of her afflicted husband an infant only seven weeks old She was a daughter of Mr Harry Shaw ofthis county and a granddaughter of the late Col Jerry Her funeral took place South yesterday morning from the Forks of Elkhorn Christian Church the services being conducted by her uncle Elder Polk South Gordon The infant child of Mr Fred L Gordon died at the Â¬ Â¬ BirjJis Â¬ Fogg In this county on Saturday February3d 1894 to Mr Cleans the Richard J Fogg and wife a son Scafp and R J jr Restores the n k 6k eL rv feb 10 ly Yv HI limits on the Georgetown pike containing 265 acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st 1KH For partlcu larsupplyto FRANKCHINN July 22 tf Frankfort Kj CITY Hard Times but Still in the Ring Look at the following prices Granulated Sugar tl00 Lyon and XXXX 25 cents Best Green Coffee 22Vs cents Good Green Coffee 20 oents Meat per pound 10 cents t Best Flour per 100 pounds 190 Polks Tomatoes 10 cents Sugar Corn 10 cents Perfection Corn 12 cents Caramel Syrup Molajsps per gallon accents Jelly per pound 5 cents Apple Butter per pound IVi cents per pound 10 cents Preserves 8 lbs Tabe Peaches 15 cents 8 lbs Pie Peaches 10 cents Maple Syrup per Jug B0 cents Good Tea per pound 86 cents Oat Meal per pound 4 oents Lima Beans per tound 6 cents Navy Beans per pound 4 cents Prunes per pound 10 cents French Sardines 16 cents Mustard Sardines 10 cents American Sardines B cents Gallon Can Apples 80 cents Marrowfat Peas 10 cents Everything else Just as cheap CASH ONLY Cor Cross and Murr y 19 lbs Guaranteed Cure We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition if you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience nobeneflt you may return the bottle and have your money refunded We could not make this offer did we not know that Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery could be relied on It navef Trial bottles free at disappoints Phil Carpenters Drug Store 2 Large size 60c and f 100 m Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by all Druggists Price 25c JM TRADE 1UMC A JOHN DRISCOLL TXXSS Arbuckles Liquor Merchant Posts full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 23S BROADWAY April 16 tf v m Feb 2 opposite State House I have for sale 2000 A No For POSTS 1 CEDAR further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold For Sale or Rent house on Ann street My dwelling BUCKLEY tf JT tf Jpb work neatly exe crated at this office X flaliiia3WAifieiS Janao lm E GARDNER K rJl2 ii vJRFf W V -- JV Vi IV r1 v L A ATE 7bile ttLOr can TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in INVITE gret our line -- tlie benefit of ovir Ho sKr lEPrices- Note a few of the items below AXXi Ja 2 m k General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Doors Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets J IT 9 M A COLLINS FALL Opposite the Farmers Bank a m Pea Ridge Mr Charlie Sanford and family have moved from Frankfort to the farm of Mr Will Pierces on the Devil Hollow pike The condition of the Boulevard road is simply horrible A boundless ocean of un fathomed slush with a big land slide that is very In view dangerous to travelers of the large number of unem- Â¬ ployed men now would be a good time for the authorities to fix it cheap The Ridge is billed with the names of the Peoples Party can- Â¬ Pea didates for county offices Ridge captured two John Dennis for Sheriff and James Whitehouse for Coroner Pea Ridge string band is open for an engagement Banjo Polk Tracy first violin and leader Walter Tracy second violin Ben Tracy guitar Ellipt Tracy A delightful serenade was given our people a few nights ago in which the music was of such a character that one unmusical genius brought out a big cake in order to stop them A pleasant social to k place at Mr John Pierces residence Mon- Â¬ day night at which Mis9es M Miller Lucy and Mildred Dalton of Frankfort and Miss Lillie Suttles of Benson attended All candidates of all pohtilal parties for county offices seem to have combined to ignore the Ridge We have never received a visit yet those who wish to speak can get the schoothouse and a good audience to believe Â¬ IPS S I - anything There are some strange people in this world for instance a large number of people approve of Judge Cantrills decision ordering the Gas House precinct ballot box opened and ballots counted and yet disapproye of the decision the box gave when counted This is unreasonable consular All reports are revised by chiefs of department All congressmen re- Â¬ vise their speeches between de Â¬ in livery publication and Record Holy Scriptures the were revised and yet some people find fault with the return from Craw simply because it is known to be a revised versi Hi Mr Ed Mitchell of Middle town has been visiting felatives and friends here staying at Mr jr r Joe Tracys Mr Bud Sanford of Cedar Run and Mr Will Sanford of Louisville who have been visiting here have returned home Â¬ Mr Will Crutcher who has been very sick is improving Invitations were out early in the week for a big wood chopping last Wednesday concluding with a grand dance at night at the resi dence of Mr Riddle Â¬ M While some complain of hard- times lack of employment c times seem to 6c about the same here as during 1893 Several houses have been built by Messrs Waggoner Dennis Pierce and Bryant on the Devil Hollow pike while Mr Collins is laying th foundation for one Mr Polk Tracy and Mr Mitchell went to Middletown Ed last 1 Wednesday Mr Jim Tracy who has been You say that Hottentots got very sick is much better this medicine on the shore of the A Kentucky humorist once Red sea What do you mean by Are you not the saifl Frankfort lives on drift- Â¬ that said I same fellow who asked me for wood and the Legislature This being the case hard times cannot some sawdust at noon to day I effect us for the river is ud drift think I know walnut sawdust when is plentiful and the Legislature is I see it theres a boiler full of it in session spreading a feast of down stairs They both laughed begged me eloquence daily not to give the thing away and Mr Pete Quinn and family of made various other pleas until I Stoney Creek are living at Mr consented to say nothing of the Joe Tracys until a farm that Mr matter At night there was an Quinn has rented from Mr Will immense crowd at the State House Pierce is vacated gate listening to the three great When What an interesting volume doctors from New York Recollections of Frankfort- - I got there one of them who was would make A case in point called Professor by the other two You see I got a job at Rod- doctors was just concluding his mans mill and I boarded right speech in favor of the Great across the street from the tunnel Remedy They sold the bottles One dinner time arter we had like wildfire the people tumbled quite a run of Walnut logs some over each other to get them fellow with a plug hat and a big Every night it was just the same valise came where I was sitting crowds came to hear the doctors and pointing to the walnut saw Â¬ music and buy their great remedy dust said Mister can I have They stayed about two weeks and I found them very agreeable com- Â¬ soihe of that sawdust As much as you want said pany I liked them though I I despised their deceitful business So he filled his valise and hand Â¬ Sometimes when I was tempted kerchief and went off to expose the matter I was conWhen I got jiome that night fronted by the fact that the medi the landlady met me at the door cine did work most marvelous and said Ive moved your cures Men I worked with bought room said she What forsaid it and it cured their families It I And then she told me that cured some of my fellow boarders three famous doctors had come aud my landlady declared that she from New York or some place naa secureu great uenenis irom So I thought it best to with a lotof very powerful medi its use cine which they were going to say nothing for if they could cure use on the sick of Frankfort and a dozen different diseases in all that the medicine was very power kiritis of people with sawdust let ful having cured all the diseases them go ahead in the doctors own State so they One day soon after the doctors telling were obliged to travel about to had gone I heard Bill hunt up cases of sickness some of the men at the mill all What kind of medicine is it and what is about the wonderful medicine it good for said I what it had done for him c Why it cures every mortal winding up with I donfsee why thing said she There isnt any the Government dont send some disease it wont cureand it comes ships over there and load them up from away off over the sea where with the medicine Send soldiers it is gathered by the Kaffirs and enough to conquer the country Hottentots and earned on the if necessary make the Kaffirs dig backs of camels across the Red all along the shores of the Red sea and its the most wonderful Sea and send us enough medicine remedy ever invented But youll to cure all the diseases in ihe see the doctors and hear what they world say for they are going to sell a You need not take all that lot to night in front of the State trouble You can get all you want house Ive bought two bottles of that medicine for nothing at myself and they ijave sold some Rodmans Mill on the shore of to all the boarders for it cures like the Kentucky river said I magic and goes like wildfire What do you mean said he Going across the porch to the I then told them all I knew and kitchen I noticed a stranger filling offered to take them to my board Â¬ up several dozen vials from an old ing house and show them the saw Â¬ copper pot then he went to the dust that after being stewed was kitchen and filled up the copper dumped in the back yard I dont pot from the boiler on the stove think that 1 convinced them but and returned to his vials Just whenever I read about some great then the landlady camp in and I cureall I feel convinced myself asked her What is that in the that it is something like the Kaffir boiler camel Red sea remedy made from Thats Jjie medicine I toldyou sawdust from Rodmans mill about said she as she stirred ij up with a stick The drugs on Admitted the Facts the stick seemed familiar to me so looking closer I saw that it NewHpaper editors have to be very their columns for was walnut sawdust I said noth careful in openingaware that the Dr Btatementa Bub ing to her about what I discovered Miles Medical Oo are responsible but went up to my room where I we make room for the following tes MoDougall Auburn found two men sitting at the table timonial from R two years noticed a Ind who for playing euchre On the table was Btoppago or skipping of the pulse his an open valise and a handkerchief left side got so tender he could not he was nearly full of sawdust As soon Ho on it his heart fluttered doctors alarmed wont to different as they saw me one of them picked found no relief bub one bottle of Dr up a vjal which contained some Miles New Heart Cure ouredhlm Â¬ and Start dark looking liquid handed it to The elegant book J NewGayles It ling Facts free at W me told me it was a wonderful tells all about heart and nervous dis Â¬ medicine cured everything only eases and many wondorfal oures 3 50 cents a bottle and then he dosed me with the If you want bargains in jewelry tale which I had heard watches and clocks call on W L before Coppersmith 22 it Â¬ Â¬ WINTER STOCK OF BOOTS SHOES AT- - HATS CAPS l K MCLUHE SONS We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods you need have the goods and will please you We know what RK MXLURE 111 SON m U Vrf iHHBBHIHPHyilllipnppHB I lltllrSrl if ilWWaliflifi 1 JHffii i I I lHnififfircraffHMv 3 Â¬ Â¬ fl IIHMflgi3M9 camel-Kaffir-Hottent- ot V EIB1SHH2I 1 i m vm MAMyiMJi - CRUTCHER y w I STARKS t Now that we are through invoicing we fiiidthat we have an immense stock in every department THAT MUST BE CLOSED Before we begin receiving Spring Goods a t iM H i V SEE OUR CASH PRICES We are selling 25c suspenders for 1 15c 15c - IP T -- We are selling 25c black socks for We are selling 60c shirts and drawers for We are selling We are selling 1 1 812 Q CD 40c 75c 65c 25c - I We are selling We are selling 15 15 and and 12 12 overcoats and ulsters for 10 suits for J58 J5800 tjv v We are selling a D B Black We are selling childrens We We We We are selling childrens suit for y 500 3 shirts and drawers for working shirts for 6 and 3 suits old style for 00 suits for We are selling 40c canton drawers for We are selling 50c Merino socks for 33c 49c 25c MS A We We We We are selling 65c gloves for are selling 50c socks for are selling are selling 1 1 9oo o tgN 0 to O g 4 O 200 25c Svil A are selling childrens 40c knee pants for are selling childrens 4 and 5 overcoats for are selling 5 1 and 6 ulsters for We are selling 50 Cardigan jackets for leather collar boxes or 100 39c if 4d CQ w 1 Cb We are selling 50 Jeans pants for 175 Jeans pants for - 5300 350 100 125 40c i9 H MA We are selling 50c and 60c underwear for i K n CALL QUICK BEFORE THE CHOICE THINGS ARE SELECTED f m m m id m ee Kentucky ISOD J Louisville Com- - and OF main For Jailor Siee i OR mm W I Advertised Ijetters at Frankfort Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending An- - Open IiOtter to My pctltors STATE GATHERING YOUNG MEN ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce MINUS WIL Â¬ LIAMS as a candidate for re election to the office of Jailer of tfrankflln county subject to the 15 te action of the Democrutlo party We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as a candidate for Jailor nf Frankllu county KELLEY w February 8 1894 February 10 1894 Gentlemen I desire to enter Lyttle Miss Mag- - into a Arnal Dr written contract with each Baugbam Mrs A gie 2 MoLoney MISS and all of you to the effect that B IBeasley Harriet Beulan none of us shall use directly or Mosingo George Bandy George indirectly either money or whisky McOarty M F Baines J 0 in our present race for Jailer of Boatman WW Maxfleld Heze jBoldwin wm hi Mays ueorge I propose to Franklin county Oookf Mrs Mattie Mitchell S J make the race upojn high princiCumpton Drew Meneman wmW ples and upon my own personal ONeal John B Ohoate Mrs M r Rice B A Orappard merits and I hope you gentlemen Russell Mrs Sam win agree witn me in babie tnis proposiCox George W Stamper Oalberb Shingleman Huge tion and abide the result as I shall Orondall Prof J I shall stand by what I say here K auinvan a n Cloves Sons Jos Smith Edward if I go down in defeat thereby Stafford J H Carrow Lusie Duncan Miss SiV Simson Miss Lean and I shall bow in submission to the verdict of the people at the ner Davis 8 B Smith Joe Edgins O I have already seen the polls Garrett Joseph Scott John Boys evils of whisky in the race M Sanders J G under 20 drunk and down in the Guthrie Mrs Ada Stome J W Garard Mrs Liz- - Smith Milton gutter through candidates whisky Stone Miss Nannie not mine you may be sure Now zle Smith S Kieve Hazard Billie 01ar Thiokstein Ed E these are sad sights for the good Handcook Taylor Mrs Little mothers of our county and I ance Tinel Mrs Annie shall set my face against it and Haley Lan Warshing Obas W Hedson Harnold Riley E Hopkins W T King O G KOBE LOUIS Frankfort Ky Thirteenth Annual Convention of the Young Mens Chris Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will be at tue tian Association J Warfleld Y W Williams Mrs ow JN B - Long Miss siiia When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised Dru- - H Whitney Robert Young Thos J Stringing the Wire Â¬ fa The construction force of the street railway company commenced putting up the trolly wire at the extreme north end of the line at ine0 F C Distillery n Tues dayandiwill go right along with it hntifalithe wires are up The WWWU wwiuo u wug Dimiuuin hnnlflnir nmicvh urMnV T fV1rUelectric generator will arrive on fourteen years ago with much the 20th and the cars will be here eVeiHhasora Large size cheapest sola at i a ana conoiuaea to try again success When it by the 25th Carpenters drug store 8 I had got WLTe Ei aSESJMrffJMS -I as We have received the announce- subject to the action of the Democratic party IN LEXINGTON KY ment of the Thirteenth Annual We are authorized to announce H F SHOW ALTER as actndldatu for Jailor State Convention of the Young county subject 10 the actlonof theof Franklin Democratic Saturday February 17 1864 Mens Christian Associations of party Kentucky to be held at Covington HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgical For Assessor i operaviou ana iiu lime or no pain February 15 16 17 and 18 The Â¬ We are Authorized to announce JAS DESMOND principal speakers will be Prof W OCONNOR as a candidate for Assessor of Frank REEEBENCES lin G Moorehead Xenia O Prof cancounty subject to the action of tbe Republi- Â¬ W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky party J A bcott Frankfort Ky W H Marquess Louisville F We are authorized to announce LEWIS A Anthony Leuch Frankfort Ky Â¬ HARRODns a candid tte for Assessor of Franklin L Willis State Secretary Ala- Â¬ county subject to tho action of the Democratic j 1 oiuieu fnuuuon ay lSJ V Borberlch Frnnkfort Ky v bama H P Anderson and E L purty Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A U McClure Frankfort Ky Hamilton Secretaries of the In- Â¬ ft J Hughes Frankfort Ky For County Judge Datld Moore Benson Ky ternational Committee George T We authorized ft Jas M Wlthrow Frunkf oit Ky Howser General Secretary Cin- - LIAMSare a candidate to announce R the wrr as for re election to office DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 2W Ci unty Judg county West Eighth street cinnati u A numoer OI well- - of action of theof Franklin party subject to be found erery day Cincinnati and where he may the Democratic of known business men of the Statei wo nre authorized to announce Squire DAN DAYS iamphlets each week except SATUR Â¬ rl describing these diseases tbe mode and officers of ine cny college MOORE as a candidate for County Judge of Frank andaddressing of treatment sent free to any one uncountysubJecttotheactlorfoftbeDemocratlc by W I KELLEY M D Deo 9 te 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 and railroad Association will also payi take part in the program CONSULTATION FREEi tfi Attorney For Co Every young man whether an puthorjzed to Association momhfr nr ine ic FRANKLIN as a cumulateannounce S JBWT B W W K V for County Attorney of Franklin county subject to the action of tbe invited also pastors and business Democratic party men interested in this special work call upon you to do likewise Excursion rates have been grant For Sheriff Thos E Daily 23 2t We nre authorized to announce R D ARM ed over all railroads in Kentucky STRONtf as a candidate tor Sheriff of Franklin ana cne ovngton snbject to Comic Jfci sentimental provides entertainment Association- county Noember the action of theDemocrtttlc lew for all acuge bmjuh iu credted delegates For particulars vaiciiuiie 1j For County Clerk 7 mw as to reduced railroad rates ere We are authorized to announce 8WTH 23 dentials programme c address as a candidate for re election to NtheB office of County Cleric of Kranklm county subject to the Henry of Dr Hales Household Ointment tary Y E M Rosevear State Secre- Â¬ action te the Democratic party ao C A 431 W Wal- Â¬ Is the finest remedy In the world nut street Louisville Ky For Magistrate It absolutely euros catarrh It oures Mr AlberL Favorite of Arkansas We are authorized to announce JAMES A Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Oity Kan the Pwwe give our readers LYuN as a candidate forofJustice of subjectlo In District No 2 corks KlHhorn Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum the benefit wishes toexperience of his with the action of the Democratic party te in the most soothing manner Oures He says a Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids colds last spring I contracted oncold early my that settled tiSf 5Bna VPJSS- - 1 2 Iung8and had hardly recovered from Â¬ Â¬ - F30ENI2E HOTEL I11 M - lt w rS ifffiriSttK ftvvnn yU - for DOUBLE Jjl BREECHLOADER M Sept 23 through with one bottle my cough had left me and I have not 200 to 5000 Slot Guns from Mr 0 F Davis editor of the W L Coppersmith the jewel- Â¬ suffered with a couch nr nnlri ulnoa Bloomfield Iowa Fanner says 4I 925 to 1200 Wlnchesier Rifles can recommend Chamberlains Cough er is offering some bargins in j I have recomraendedit to others and 200 to 1000 BrWCMMtBK BUM 00 cent Dottles uii opeau weu 01 it Remedy to all sufferers with colds novcltieb 22 ir 125 Self CocHna Bevolren Mel Flated for sale by P H Carpenter and croup I have used it in my South Side Druggist Hew Wincbester HepMtins Shot Gun Model 1893 1688 family for the past two years and have found it the best I have ever used for BROWNS IRON BITTERS Go and see that 8 day clock W Sd t8Mip far 60 tH CUlf the purpose for which it is intended n GRIFFITH A SEMPLC L Coppersmith is making a speci- CO cent bottles for sale by P H LOUISVILLE KY 51 5 Main Street Carpenter South Side Druggist alty of 22 it Muris lr tf -P- OB-TIV-liT-iaf digestion Debility oures Dyspepsia 48ptrt I Four weeks by our method tenchlncr lmnk- keeplns Is equal to twelve weeks by the old style Positions euaruutefd undr certain condltiotiH Our free 66 and HO page cutulogues will explain all Send for them Druughons Business College and School of Shortuimil and Telegruphy Nashville Tfiin Chtfapbqard NovncHtlnn Enter unr time Address Dhauohon Pres Nashvilte Tenn JF 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