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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wmpmmm k n The VOL Irmkfort Eomdaboft A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO XVII tZ FRANKFORT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1894 25 Highest of all in Leavening Power H t m JTAITj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stole Thirty Dollars Baking Powder i A negro boy by the name of John Arthur entered the residence BILLIARDS AND POOL of Mrs S P Browder on Saturday evening and stole thirty dollars CHAS G PAYNE from a pocket book which was Billiards and Pool secreted in a bed k Business and Professional Directory K LAWYERS CHAS T RA Y ABSOLUTELY PURE Arthur saw Mrs Browder take the pocket book from under the head of the bed to pay him a The Club Main St eet Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Offlce In The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Howling Alleyc attached CONFECTIONER the Ilume Building COWING COWED HE ATTE3IPTED TO UP THE BRIDGE WED NESDAY NIGHT His BluJl wits Promptly Culled mnd He Laid Down Ills Hand Eg ft V -- I 3 Quite a flurry of excitement Frankfort Kentucky wasoccasioned Wednesday even- Will practice In all State Courts Office second iloor tustom Home ing by an attempt of Mr J P Cowing of the King Bridge ComNEWSDEALER vra pany to nail up the St Clair 4 GUY BARRETT street bridge to prevent the pasNews Dealer and It came to sage of pedestrians Bookseller the ears of Esquire J L Rod- 332 Main Street man early in the evening that Mr Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods Cowing would close the bridge and that night at 9 oclock PAINTERS he promptly informed Mr John W B BRfDGEFORD E Miles chairman of the Bridge Mr Miles hunted Committee The Painter Grasp the Opportunity Cnuntrv Produce up Councilman Ben Marshall and Oratorical Entertainment 10 St Clair Street Fincel Block South Side Our enterDrisine draecrist P H together with Councilman Ell season Choice Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on you to anl The oratorical entertainment Carpenter cordially invites House Â¬ Oysters FishPickles Game In hand and Preserves wanger and Mr W C Herndon try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales given by Messrs Martin D Har- Â¬ hold Couch Cure This new remedy they repaired to the bridge where acts quickly on the bronchial tubes LIVERY WINES they found a gang of hands with din and James H Swango in the throat and tuners lessens the dentm to cough DARNELL GEO B SA LENDER their tools awaiting orders In a Hall of the House of Representa- urane u and heals mucous mem MANGAN consumption it on Wednesday evening was fou Pleasant to take Thewin cure children little while Mr Cowing appeared tives Bridge Saloon Fine Livery c Both young 1 ike it largely attended when he was informed by Coun Terms Reasonable 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer California Wines a cilman Marshall that they had gentlemen acquitted themselves so 2 9 Main Street specialty handsomely that the audience learned he intended to close up He said that was his could well understand why they the bridge intention and was immediately had carried off the prize in every informed by Mr Miles that it contest in which they had engaged could not be done that the com and showed their appreciation by mittee had possession and intend- generous applause Gov John Young Brown pre ed to hold it that he would arrest ICE CREEPERS WEATHERSTRIPS any of Cowings hands and him sided and introduced botn young also if the attempt was made gentlemen with neat little speeches 4 Mr Cowing then said Mr Miles taking occasion to refer feelingly COAL H0DSf SHOVELS to Centre College from which he J LiJf you had belter go and get out an graduated in 1855 saying he re- Â¬ injunction to prevent me but GLASS LANTERNS was informed that if he wished garded all who claimed that venerm an injunction he had better go and able institution of learning as get one that the committe proposed their alma mater as these young to keep the bridge open and any men did with a feeling of almost m The programme em- Â¬ attempt upon his part to close it kinship i tutu would cause blood to be spilled braced music as well as oratory Is the place to buy anykind of JA 14 t rij 41 Prof Way land Graham presided goods you may want for immediate tTv iii After some further parley Cowing The new the piano and Mr R A use or for spring wear left and a guard of four policemen at iKU f goods are coming daily They sli h4i was placed on the bridge for the VanDerveer sang a solo was fol- were all bought forcah lowed by Mr Swangos oration HARDWARE MERCHANT night and there was no further Mr Walter Franklin next sang WHICH MEANS CHEAP trouble The Pay Train Cowing wanted Mr Seckner of and was followed by the address and will be sold with a very small He has and Charles Burton of Mr Hardin while Mr Will profit and that means a saving for improved wonderfully since last of the Construction Company to you in times like these when an immense crowd to the seen here Maggie Fielding as close the bridge Saturday after- H McClure closed the entertain money is tight youare compelled Drew It is Bridget McGohigle made quite a Opera Hotise last evening noon when the sidewalk was com- ment with another solo to go where they sell goods right a comedy drama and abounds in hit Her brogue is excellent and You will find goods on my cheap startling situations pleted which he refused to do There is a her performance was clever Too Jjate In the Session counter at astonishingly low prices murder and a robbery in the first throughout and some sharp words passed beMiss Nettie Frank- Â¬ Here is one act an attempted murder and lin made a good housekeeper in tween them Mr Seckner informing An excellent bill for the procapture of the robbers in the the character of Rosina Stevens Cowing that the Construction tection offish in the waters of the third act a realistic boiler explo- Fin Reynolds work as Frank Company had charged of the Kentucky is pending before the sion in the fourth act which sends Hale is to be commended He For this week bridge yet awhile that he had Legislature but the time is so the villian who has been giving and Miss Bindley were applauded agreed to give the people the use short and the opposition so strong 47 All Wool Ribbed Vests everybody in the play more or for their singing The Pay less bother skywards to his doom Train if one may judge by the that walk for a consideration that it will hardly get through of for ladies in red and white will The explosion is made very real- rapturous applause made a great and proposed to keep it open as be sold at 50 cents worth 75 cents istic by the hot water and steam big hit and is likely to do a big NervouH Prostration long as he was in charge The apiece 21 all wool union suits in pouring out of the real boiler A weeks business as popular prices for Misses at 60 cents worth genuine locomotive is one of the and this kind of a show seem to ocwhite trouble Wednesday night was A large manufacturer whose affairs A new lot of features of the play Miss Plor to be what the people want casioned by the bridge committees were very much embarrassed and 00 cents a suit ta who was overworked and broken Hamberg Edging Torchon and ence Bindley is the heroine of the Baltimore Sun October 23d m informing Cowing as the repre- down with nervous exhaustion went Valiencies Laces also a complete She used to be sentee of the King Bridge Com- to a celebrated specialist He was line of Cotton Hosiery and Under- play Bindley and has known as At the Opera House Monday not for- Â¬ Baby told that ithe only thing needed was m pany what Mr McLeod said to be relieved of care and worry and wear have been received Come gotten how to dance and play on February 26th would have to be done to the South have a change of thought This doc Â¬ and get prices at She a number of instruments Mr 0 F Davis editor of the tor was more considerate of his pa a charming little soubrette Bloomfleld Iowa Farmer says makes abutment to render it secure tients health than of his financial oircumstances He quick in her movements vivacious can recommend Chamberlains Cough Cowing wanted the committee to advised him to use Drought to haveÂ¬ Remedy to all sufferers with colas Miles Restor in manner and dressed as a boy and croup I have used it in my give him in writing what they ative Nervine the best remedy for she is about as cute as anything family for the past two years and have nervous prostration sleeplessness wished done which they declined dizziness qeadaohe ill effects of spir Â¬ seen on the stage in some time found it the best I have ever used for the do saying Mr Nelson the en Â¬ its tobaooo coffee opium e Thou Â¬ At No 819 Main Street near Krew A Morton was quite clever 50 purpose for which it is intended to cent bottleB for sale by P H sands testify to oures Books and in the characters of Reuben Cole Carpenter South Side Druggist State National Bank gineer was employed for the pur trial bottles free at J W Qayles 5 m small sum money and replace it JOHN R TODD pose of telling him what must be again and watching until he Manufacturing Cowiner expressed himself saw the family go in to supdone Confectioner he sliPPed in tlle front as satisfied with Mr McLeods Per 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles Fruits Nuts opinion and it was supposed every way and secured the contents of and Soda Water In season Cigars and Ice Cream and Tobacco When Mrs Browder Near new bridge thing was all right and his attempt the purse to close the bridge was somewhat discovered her loss she at once DRUGS suspicioned the boy had him arof a surprise W H AVERILL The bridge committee have paid rested and twenty dollars of the Druggist Mr Seckner seventy five dollars amount was found on his person for finishing up the east sidewalk Main Street opp City Hall Has Two Churches A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a in advance of the balance of the Prescriptions Cigars and Tobacco specialty Rev Willis L Wayts formerly compounded at all hours bridge so that it can be Used for pedestrian travel and have signed of this city has been called to the NO W RWILLIAMS CO a contract holding the bridge com- pastoral care of the Beechland Druggists pany harmless for any accident that Baptist Church at Pleasure Ridge 314 Main Stteet may happen to persons passing Park Jefferson county and will Prescriptions carefully and accurately lllled at all over the bridge while the construc- make his home at that place He hours A flue line of Fnncy Toilet Articles tion companys hanefs are at work will also preach for the Mt Tabor FLOUR AND FEED and therefore have a right to the Church in Garrard county begin Â¬ DONALDSON Use of the walk which they pro- - ning on the first Sunday in March REOCK pose to defend Flour Meal Feed and Â¬ WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in the Courts of franklin ami the adiolilng counties and will also Rive special attention to the pur chose and sale of real estate colleption of rental cllnm and tly negotiation of loans - m W I CHINN TR Attorney at Law - 1 Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ 1 Â¬ H mJ T T Â¬ A R HARTS TE IN T H A H Down She Goes j Â¬ N I E T E I N Â¬ M P GR Â¬ m - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Special Bargain Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ HARJsteim tititofo v 1 -- fl i PERSONAL Society Notes Misses Annie and Mary Halo gave a high tea at their homo on Second street Saturday evening in honor of their guest Miss Carrie Berry of Paris During the evening the guests were favored with several very fine vocal solos by Miss Mnry Hale I- - w ftv R u K c ft 3t R W ft P ft If S a for- - residence of her father near Spring Both the method and results when Station on Thursday afternoon at Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Miss Blackburn was and refreshing to the taste and acts four oclock on the gently yet about twenty seven years of age Liver and promptly cleanses Kidneys the sys Bcwcls WHITE RANSDELL CD and her death is a great blow to a tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ large circle of friends all over the aches and fevers and cures habitual MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY State The remains will be in- Â¬ constipation Syrup of Figs is the GREEN RIVER HOUSE HARK YOUR HOGSHEAD only remedy of its kind ever pro terred in our cemetery at nobn to- Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ac Returns Promptly Made Four Months day and all the friends of the ceptable to the stomach prompt in Auction Sales Daily its action and truly beneficial in its Storage Free of Charge family are invited to be present effects prepared only from the moet Thomasson Mr S L Thom healthy and agreeable substances its CgWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drover Shelbyville Jan 20 tf asson who was stricken with par many excellent qualities commend it Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville alysis on Thursday of last week to all and have made it the most popular remedy known never rallied and died from the Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c effect of the stroke at his home and SI bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who near Switzer Saturday morning gists may not have it on hand will proThe deceased was the father of cure it promptly for any one who Mr Z T Thomasson of this wishes to try it Do not accept any city and was highly respected in substitute last the neighborhood in which he CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL Miss Clara Buckley is at home from lived For many years he had LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NV school at St Marys College Bards been a consistent member of the town Stamping Ground BaptistChurch The speaking atthis place last Mrs V H Dade has returned from which his funeral took place Tuesday was well attended The from a visit to relatives in Woodford candidates for the various county county Sundav afternoon offices were out in full force each Mrs S T Railey of Versailles is JBlltllH But let me confident of success the guest of Miss Margaret Lewis warn you here boys that the Bellepoint Moore In Bellepoint Febru greater number of you will get Hon Ben Johnson and wife of ary 18th 1894 to Mr Frank left Such is life Louisville came up Monday to spend Moore and wife a son tW Mrs Allie South has returned a few days home from a visit to her sister Mr W P Hudson and family will Srtterwhite In Bellepoint Mattie Crum at Beards soon occupy the Cannon house on on Monday February 19th 1894 Mrs Station Ann street to Mr Bud Sdtterwhite and wife Mr W H Newhall and family are Mr Lawrence Cannon of Misa daughter now living in the Hume blook on souri is visiting relatives here Main street Bridgeport Mrs Julia Hughes has been Miss Lucy Webb of Lexington is vUiting friends at Stamping visiting Mrs Grant Green jr on Great excitement over the com Ground this week Third street every candidate ing primary The County Teachers Associa- Â¬ Miss Anna Johnson of Mt Sterling claims the election by a large tion will convene in the city of is visiting the Misses Hazelrigg on majority Hope they will all get Frankfort Saturday March 3d at Third street there 1 10 oclock in the court house Â¬ Mn H F Duncan Insurance ComOn account of sickness Rev It would seem from the nature of missioner was in Louisville several Thompson did not fill his appoint- the case that teachers need no days this week ment at Evergreen last Sunday persuasion to heed this call and City Marshal B B Jeflers returned was no preaching at yet when we seriously consider There Tuesday from a visit of several weeks Rev the matter we find many who South Benson last Sunday to New Orleans MiBS Therese Berry man of Ver W C Taylor was telegraphed to profess to have the interests of sailleo is visiting Mrs W H Posey New York to attend the funeral the rising t generation at heart careless and unconcerned in regard of his step mother in law on Third street this one of the most important Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis of Mr Frank Deering who has to near Woodlake are visiting Miss been visiting in this place left for factors in matters of education Fellow Teachers We may never Margaret Lewis his home in Jacksonville Florida expect to receive better pay to Miss Steele has returned to her Thursday have regular attendance or proper home in Versailles after a visit to Mr jI jI Parrent is hobbling grading until our own selfish aims a Mrs Grant Green jr on crutchers after a severe suffer are lost sight of and like men and Miss Dessie Wingate of Midway ing with a broken leg for six women arise as one to a full sense U ono of tht taat in tot State and Xt art prtpared to for his been visiting relatives in this weeks of the responsible position we oc- Â¬ etty the past two weeks out on ihort notict Prof G D Fendley com- cupy Not only so- - we must MIsb Annie Fall Monroe of Louis Â¬ menced a four months private awaken the dormant powers of ville is the charming guest of her school in Bridgeport last Monday trustees and patrons to a full sense cousin Mrs S E James of the duties required at their A should attend the concert hands by our own earnest enthusiMr P H Newman came over from St Louis Saturday and spent Sunday at Bridgeport to night and you asm in the premises Then and will be well entertained with his family in this city until then may we hope for not If rs Sam B Holmes and children In regard to the Franklin Coun- Â¬ teaching to take rank as it dehavejreturned from a visit to Mrs I ty Teachers Association which serve N Card well in Winchester Let trustees and patrons to meets at the courthouse next Mrs Sallie Barrett and daughter Saturday March 3d Leave the hogs All are heed this call Miss Elizabeth left Saturday to visit invited to be present teachers horses cattle and tobacco one relatives in Cleveland Ohio and trustees are especially so- day for the sake of your children Miss Hallie Herndon and her sister licited Trustees should be immortal souls intrusted to your Mrs John Morgan of Lexington are present as they are the ones that care and come to Frankfort and spending a few days in Washington have to select instructors for the assist in devising ways and means City by which your offspring may be coming fall term benefited you will then fully un Mlfca Hester Laughlin who has Forks of Elliorn i been the guest of Miss Lucy derstand the object of these meetJulian j9ft Monday for her home in St ings and be encouraged to do Services at both churches last your duty more effectually Louis v Miss Carrie Berry of Paris spent Sunday Saturday and Sunday in this city the The spring session of the Wood Dr Halos Household Ointment guest of Miss Annie Hale on Second lake school will commence Mon- Â¬ the finest remedy ia day March 5th street Patrons take Is absolutely cures catarrh the world cures It due notice and govern themselves Neuralgia and Rheumatism It Cures Miss Maud Wayts of Georgetown has been the guest of Miss Mattio accordingly Piles like magic Cures Bait Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Jones Logan street for the past two B B Bigstaff Sunday Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Rev weeks school Evangelist in Eastern Ken Â¬ Cures Coughs and Colds Can be Mm T H Bradley andj son of tucky has been in our midsj this taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Georgetovnvisited her mother Mrs week Chilblains Sores of long standing in this city the first of L F Woods Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Rev J E Nunn of Simpson different from all else superior to all the week Burdin and else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes ville visited Bro Messrs Tom Bradley Lou Brown family last week Large size cheapest Sold at P H Will Samuels and Nat Pettit of Lex 8 Carpenters drug storo ington attended the Assembly Ball Dr W T Buckiir and wife Thursday evening Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of who have resided in our midst for BROWNS IRON BITTERS Mr II H Owsley and wife of the past year left last week for the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rales Job-Spring Station have been visiting Shelbyville where the Doctor will cures Dyspepsia in Â¬ Mrs Otvsloys sister Miss Bolle San Â¬ Debility practice his profession ders on Ann street this week Work of all kinds solicited Mr Frank Halloran spent Monday in Louisville Mrs John T Buckley spent Friday last in Louisville Mrs Qeo A Lewis is visiting rela- Â¬ tives in Louisville Mrs Q W Daniel is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Minnie VanDerveer was in Louisville this week Mrs J P Nelson of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Miss Nancy Beckner has returned to her home in Winchester Mrs S T Bailey of Versailles is visiting friends in this city Mr Ed Farrell of Lexington was in this city on Tuesday Judge and Mrs W H Holt are visiting friends in Mt Sterling Hon D G Oolson of Middles boro spent Sunday in this city Miss Evelyn Walbeck leaves next week for her home in Louisville Miss Stella Bowman of Lewis county is with Mrs John E Kirtley Mr H G Banta has been visiting his sister in Pleasureville this week Miss Belle Olay returned to her home in Lexington on Monday last Mrs Wm Safiell and daughter Miss Todd spent Monday in Louis ville Judge James H Mulligan spent a few hours in this city on Tuesday Â¬ CytaPjElS RA White TJ Ransdell GtERTNER A Deaths Miss Daisy Blackburn daughter of U S Marshal James Blackburn and who is well known in this city died at the Â¬ Blackburn Im CMVJS ill 1BH JjOI 8 MEW HI VER TO IM 10 WAREHOUSE mmm II j Y B I RNJOYS Green River Tobacco Warehouse Frapi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads 1 1 Â¬ rM Â¬ it m Subscription Only Per Year Â¬ Our Job Department Â¬ Â¬ m i Mt Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Â¬ BINDERY r i3jUtfMfc m 2 jj A- M - digestion X it- ii FROM THEFINEST TO THE CHEAPEST f V We carry at all times a large stock of Solid Gold and GUl Filled Watches Also Boiled Plate Watches In fact a com- - 4 plete line of all kinds of Watcios We are now offering an America or Appolo Eollecl Plate Hunting case with either elgin or waltham movements for i 1 950 Regular Price 1200 We are also showing a line in plated cases for 233 ST i- 7 and 750 OXj-A-I- STKEST 8fl - sa Crossing the Bridge The Frankfort Gun Club ri mrm Teachers Association iti w jl PROGRAMME rKTSriESIIFOIVX K7 To convene at the court house Saturday aftcrnobn the flooring The lately organized Frankfort Saturday MarcJ3 1894 at 10 a of the east side of the St Clair Gun Club held its regular weekly m street bridge va completed and shoot near Mr M Gallerys on contract between Mr J dim E Miles and Mr Seckner of the constructiou company was thrown open to the public and people have been streaming across it ever since except for a lew hours at a time while heavy timbers were being lowered from the traveler by workmen taking that structure down when the ferry would again be brought into use The balance of the iron members of the bridge except a few ornamental pieces were put in the first of the week and the workmen have been en- Â¬ gaged since then in riveting the joints of the top chord and laying the floor in the wagon way Mr John I Buckley set a force of hands to work Monday tearing away what was left of the old bridge and little besides the piers now remains On Saturday Mr John Mac-J-eoah engineer of i long expedience came up from Louisville and examined the south abutment and gave it as lis opinion that the cracks in the wing walls and the abutment proper were caused by dumping wet earth in behind them recommended the removal of the earth and that the filling be of broken stone- - or that an additional wall be built behind the abutment and that the portion of the walls cracked be taken down and rebuilt He did not think the walls in any immediate danger of falling and were safe unless dam Â¬ aged in the future as the founda Â¬ tion of the abutment was perfect the walls no having sunk The construction company will complete the bridge in about two weeks but it will not be thrown open to wagon traffic for some time yet oving to the repairs having to be made on the abut nrient The bridge is a handsome structure very roomy the side walks being es ecially so and were it not for the dissatisfaction occasioned by the cracks in the walls of the south abutment and the knowledge that the bridge is lighter than tie one we were led to expect to receive the people generally would be very proud of it I a d Â¬ HANNEN -- ft 1 HURSEY vi DEALERS IN in accordance with I I K ft the Versailles Pike Wednesday Mr Julius Luscher afternoon and Shinkle won the medal agreeing not to compete Crutcher The following is for that honor the score 25 Shinkle x 22 Crutcher -- Vlangan Luschqr Davis Grading Common Schools t Prof McHenry Bhoads 12 Song Switzer Male Quartette School Apparatus 15 K Jones and J u Porter Nearer My God to Thee Rev W 0 Taylor Song Switzer Male Quartette Col Thos B Fold Address Percy M Kendall Cornet Solo Selecting A Teacher W H Porter and Thos B Ford Song Robt Franklin Col J L Scott Address Song SwitzerMale Quartetto Invocation Song Wagons Carriages and Buggies 1 Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS OF i V Mandhler Webber Callery Cavanaugh Lafontaine Stubenrauch Hannen Gibbons and you will never regret 4 attending Mr James Banta has 12 kindly consented to preside at the n piano and that means good music Come out and spend the day with 9 us H M Poisgrove Percy M Kendall 7 Recitation God be With You 8 Song The programme will be inter-Â¬ 8 spersed with songs piano solos 8 Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 ArffcT steedest TON c Chesapeake Ohio fly WASHING C Â¬ m Courier - Journal Is a ten page eight colmin Democratic News paper It contains tho best of everything going HENRY WATTEBSON Is the Editor NEW YORE PHILADELPHIA BQ5IQN and all Eastern iies m ii 4 gg Joseph V Dory of Warsaw HI The WEEKLY COURIEB JOPRNAL makes very was troubled with rheumatism and liberal term- - to agents and gives free premiums Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE Washingtons Birthday LEXINGTON and EASTERN tried a number of different remedies for clubs Sample copies of tne paper andtofour any page Premium Supplement sent free POINTS says none of them seemed to do address Write to The usual national salute was but any good but flnnally he got Time card In effect Nov 1st 1892 him fired at noon on Thursday in hold of one that speedily cured COURIER - JOURNAL CO EAST BOUND Lve Lexington He was muoh pleased with him 7 15 A v Atlanta Express No 2 dally honor of Washingtons birthday it and felt sure that others similarly LOUISVILLE KY dally ex Sun 11 M A m Midland Accom No 2b Vestlbuled Express No24 dally 615 pm met in joint afflicted would like to know what the THE and the Legislature MtSterllng Accom No 28 dally ex SunSOp m remedy was that cured him He session in the Hall of the House states for the benefit of the public WEST BOUND Arr Lexington is Chamberlains Pain that to listen to an oration on the Balm it Forcalledby P H Carpenter Lexington iccom No 27 dally ex Sun 8 KX a M AND THE sale 1245 p M Louisville Express No 21 dtlly character of our first President by South Side Druggist 15 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Lexington Accom No 25 dally t x Sun4616 p X pm Vestlbuled Ex press No 23 dally Hon W B Hayward Senator olhl Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Home grown clover at Louis- will be sent one year to any address for 190 Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Address from Hardin Grayson and Bullitt ville prices without change GEO A LEWIS Ky No Bus transfers Frankfort Mastjn Bros The address was very highly comG W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky Frio 9 1 A Tear gg ROUNDABOUT Â¬ s Â¬ Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Hotel which was the most success- - Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands ful and largely attended of the Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required season It is guaranteed to or money refunded The public schools were closed give satisfaction per box For sale by Price 25 cents Â¬ plimented Suddens Arnica Salve At night the Assembly Ball Club gave a hop at the Capital The best salve in the world for Guts EEMOVES HW l TILLER GenlPass Agt Washington PO AsstGenl Pass CBHYAN Agt Cincinnati S DANDRUFF to Clonus the Scalp and AND JDUBE8 i ECZEMA r1UHkVM71 ASIt7ATniri7L A -- V fill both Thursday and Friday I Â¬ My resi Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the gained circulation on Presbyterian Church A rumor Mks W B Rodman the streets Thursday about noon that Charles Mitchell and Jim Miles Nerve and Liver Fills had another fight in Corbett had Aot on a new principle regulating Chicago and the Englishman the liver stomach and bowels though A new discovery Dr resorting to a knife or pistol had the nerves speedily cure biliousness Miles Pills killed his recent conqueror It bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for caused as much anxious inquiry as ohildren Smallest men women and mildest surest if the President had been assassi- Â¬ 50 doseB for 25 oents Samplesfree at 45 ly nated but was soon discovered to J W Qayles Frankfort Ky be without foundation An Unrounded Rumor Phil Carpenter For Sale ok Rent 8 ly Rttstoms the Hair from Lifeless Condition by For Sale all Druggists Price 25c Ji TRADE MARK A For a prompt answer and nn honest opinion wrlto to UUNN CO who lmvo had nearly fifty years experience In tho patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A llnnilhnnk of In- Â¬ formation concorultiK Patents and how to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co recelvo Patents taken throush Munn special nottcolntho Scientific American and thus are Drought widely before the public with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated bos by for tho largest circulation of any sclentlHo work In tho world 83 a year Sample copies sent free Building Edition monthly fiso a year Single copies 23 cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO New youk 3B1 Buoaswat CA1Y 1 COPYRIGHTSWI OIITATN PATENT - feb 10 ly Hard Times but Still in the Ring Look at the following prices 19 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 New Orl ans augur 26 pounds for 1 MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Blood Will Toll According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim ples sallow complexion and various If in good erruptioiiB of the skin order it shows in the clear complexion the glow of health the good The Jatter condition you spirits can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri iler and nerve tonic 25o and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug 0 store Â¬ CONSUMPTION is averted or if too late to is often cured and always relieved by Â¬ avert it it The Modern Invalid Has tastes medicinally in keeping A remedy with others luxuries must be pleasantly acceptable in Â¬ Scotts mmmmmmT Emulsion tho Cream of Cod liver Oil Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse it Cnt Propartd Midwinter Fair The Kentucky Midland Rail Â¬ Â¬ m Franpurvly wholesome in com Â¬ road will sell tickets to San Acposition truly beneficial in effect cisco and return for S9165 and entirely free from every ob- count Midwinter Fair jectionable quality If really ill LADIES Needing a tonic or children who want build he consults a physician if constiing up should tako BROWNH IUON BITTERS pated he uses he genlle family It is pleasant euros Malaria Indigestion Syrup of Figs laxative Biliousness Liver Complaints und Keuralklu form Â¬ Â¬ be deceived by Substitutes Bown NY All Drugf Wt Polks Tomatoes 10 cents ugar Corn U cents Perfection Corn 121jct nts Caramel Syrup Molu ses per gallon BO cents Jelly per pound 5 cents Apple Utter per pouiul71 rents Pr serves per pound 10 cents 3 lbs Tabe Pe iclies 5 cents lbs I 0 Peaches 10 rents Maple Sirup per Jul BO eut Good Tea per pound 35 cents cent Oat Meal pur pound Lima Deans per omul 5 cents uv Bents per puii d 4 cents Priiesper pouijMOc is Fr nchSnniln a V cents Mutad S irdlnes 10 cent Unerlcui Sar lues ft cents Giilou Cm Apple 80 cents Uarrowra1 Peas lOconts CASH ONLY herythtnK else us as cheap Cor Cross and Murr y 1 100 Arbuckles Lyon uid XXXX ib cents Best i een Coffee 2i conts Hood Oreo 1ollee 20 cents Meat PT pound lOcmts uvst Flour per 100 pounds 190 CHICAGO And alt Points WORTH and WEST Vestlbuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations For Further Information Alilres B L Bryii C PA W Cruih KY D Pi A LOUISVILLE OR bj Scott Feb 20 lm E GARDNER Jas Barker ft P A CIi i wgo III m mi FW 4 V it I 1 i FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Rntered nt the post offlco at Frankfort Kentucky ns socond clnBs mailable mutter Called Council Proceedings Q Gaines Stable Tuusdav Feu 20 94 Mayor Julian and all the members of the council were present The Mayor explained object of the meeting to be to the take action in relation to the sale of the old bridge and stone piers which had made to been Mr Jno T Buckley who is now removing the material under a contract from the King Iron Bridge Company The matter was fully discussed by the different members of the council it appearing that a resolution had been passed by the old council to place the stone in a retaining wall along the north side of Second street from Fin eels corner to the school proper- y Messrs L F Johnson A W Lewis and Overton Geo A Judge J H Lewis made remarks and upon motion of Councilman Pruett the matter was finally referred to a special committee for adjudication Mayor Julian appointed as the committee Messrs Pruett Miles and Marshall and they are to report to a future meeting of the council This being the only business before the council they then adjourned until the next regular meeting Â¬ and Clerk Peter Mangan Jas Rogers Sower Judges L Sheriff John Kirtley JACOB SWIGERT CO 71 v - GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 24 1894 Crutchcrs School house N L Amstrong and Luther Stafford Out of Whole Cloth In his testimony given in the Polla rd B re ckih ridge case before a commissioner at Lexington on Friday of last week Catesby Hawkins formerly of this county made statements in regard to a Miss between mock marriage pollard and Mr Alex Julian of this county which took place at ScAiire S M Tinsleysnear Graef enburg some years ago which are unreasonable and are pronounced false by those who know In the first the facts in the case place the marriage was a piece of fun gotten up by a few young people on Christmas day with po evil intent and had been for- Â¬ gotten by most of those who witnessed it until revived by gossips of the neighborhood since the woman in the case has been so prominently before the public In the next place Squire Tinsley and other members of his family say that Hawkins was not there at the time and was never a visitor at the house and could only know from hearsay about an occurrence he attempts to describe with minute detail It is not reasonable to suppose that Squire Tinsley with a good Christian woman for a wife fnd a family of grown daughters whose good name is dear to him would permit any such proceedings in his home as Hawkins says took place there and he must certainly have been drunk when he swore to such an It is a outrageous statement shame and a disgrace that the characters of good women should be smirched in such a manner and the wretch who would wanton Jy do so should be made to fee 1 the strong arm of the law Squire Tinsley has asked the publication of the following card in relation to the matter Frankfort Kv Feb 20 I have read with astonishmeut and scorn the statements of one Cates- Â¬ by Hawkins a witness for Col Breckinridge in the Pollard suit to the effect that he was present at my residence and knew that after a mock marriage ceremony Miss Pollard and young Julian were taken andput to Bed togeth- Â¬ er This is an unmitigated contemptible lie Mr Hawkins never was at my house in his life His statements a e manufactured out of whole cloth and ought to damn Such a witness will him forever certainly injure Col Breckinridges case As to the alleged mock marit was a mere joke and a riage farce which has been distorted into a scandal and slander indi- Â¬ rectly against my household Unreliable as Mr Hawkins is known to be throughout this com Â¬ munity I am at a loss to understand why he should swear to such falsehoods unless influenced by the hope of a storekeepers place in this revenue district which I am reliably informed was promised to him Â¬ Â¬ w T- 1 For llc cIcctlon Squire Pat McDonald has an nounced himself as a candidate for re election to the office of Justice of the Peace in this the Mr first magisterial district McDonald has held the position for the past sixteen years has made a good officer and if continued in the position will discharge the duties as faithfully in the future as in the past Â¬ Â¬ Judges H Black Clerk Win Cromwell Sheriff ON MAIN STEET TO Forks of ElkhomW J Lewis Alex Macklin Judges H S Clerk Steadman John Suter Basement nf the Eapitfti Hntel Sheriff will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Switzer John B Hockensmith B F Jones Judges Lee Jones short time Clerk Jack South Sheriff Thorn Hill Jeff Lewis Zack Church Judges Dick Grant Clerk Bowman Stone Sheriff Bloomington G C Smither A Kring Judges T E Kinney Clerk W B Noel Sheriff Swallowfield A Quarles Jr OLD FR ANKFORT KY J D True Judges Ike Calvert Clerk R L Wiley Sheriff We keep a full of Peaks Mill M R Pierce A S Stafford Judges John Scott DRUGS AND Clerk Ben Poindexter Sheriff Elmville Jesse Riddle And cordially ask our friends to give us a callr John Bridges Judges S O Wigginton Clerk M B Forward Sheriff GAYLE W McKEE HA DIE Bellepoint F P Lewis Will Jun21 lT Smith Judges Alex Robinson yy pryp ay iy jyiay jyt juynyTy Clerk J D Moore Sheriff 3 Harvieland Joe Duvall Will Lewis Judges J M Penn Clerk I Will Onan Sheriff Sanlord Bald Knob James K tns Peyton Judges E O Lee Clerk Chas Baker Sheriff - 11 f TTi-r-10 rl Vr ATifnn Flat Creek Dennis Onan Geo l JJLOVC jjuiiiiiaacu uixe cjjuujac oduuxv Gaines Judges J H Moore Of Clerk Riley Brewer Sheriff Baileys Mill W E Thompson Ed Bailey Judges A Vio lett Clerk Jno Watkins Sheriff Ezra Allison W C Benson Hulett Bryant Judges S A Clerk Jno LeCompte Sheriff Utterbacks hhop George John Judges W son Nick Steffee Crutcher Clerk H S Sart gent Sheriff Bridgeport G W Hall and Co Wm Powers Judges W F Hall Clerk Jas Anderson Sheriff CedaV Run Geo Farmer and Church Vaughn Judges B F Thomas Rogers Clerk J H Prices OUT Prom 10 to 15 Sheriff j Heart Disease Curable SOLID OAKSUIT Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 and 102 Ann street iThey W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND ii HALLS line PATENT MEDICINES i CL y yy y yyy I0R T 8MTKN ft fift -- i A- cfrlr kS Â¬ rm 4 FURNITURE per ct Â¬ E 1 Â¬ Of Frankfort Furniture Manu factoring I 3ftfX im 1 J m vRv J Tam J m 6Sf i and healthful performance of Its functions It averts and cures malarial rheumatic and kidney complaints and overcomes dyspepsia constipa Â¬ tion liver trouble and nervousness The truth of this statement may b rloubtel by many but when Dr franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease Many muscular men succumb to fatigues borne is curable and proves it by thousands with ease by persons far tbelr Inferiors In phys Muscle does not Imply vigor In of testimonials of wonderful cures ical strength fact It Is not tllfH suit of proof that athletes do by his new heart cure it attracts the not live so long or enjoy as good health us the attention of the millions sufferingÂ¬ with short breath palpitation irreg average Individual who Is vigorous that Is to say ular pulse wind in stomach pain in whope digestion and sleep are unimpaired whose Hide or shoulder smothering spells nerves are tranquil and who has no organic tendency to disease c A F Davis These requisites of vigor fainting dropsy nre conferred upon those Inherently weak no Silver Greek Nebraska by using Uss than upon those debilitated through wasting four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart diseases by a thorough persistent courie of Cure was completely eared after Hostetters Stomach Hitters and the leading national tonic indorsed and recommended by twelve years suffering from heart physicians of eminence It will not endow you disease This wonderful remedy if with tile muscle of nrorbett but It will Infuse told by J W Qayle Books free 6 energy Into your itystem and renew the active -- m Muscle and Vigor A Difference CHEVAL 1500 1800 Â¬ f1mo nnw and Innlr ota hftVA TOO Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months j 4 4 Si m fl 7 226 ANN STREET j K- M 2 1 - iSl Taking Evidence The attorneys in the Pollard Breckinridge case were here on Tuesday and took the depositions of quite a number of persons residing in the Bridgeport and Graefenburg neighborhoods but nothing of a startling nature was elicited It was proven however that some of the statements made by Catesby Hawkins in Lexing ton on Friday were without foundation in fact Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOU WANT TO O ET I3ST03ST wtf OJllccrs of the Primary The following officers have been appointed by the Democratic County Committee to conduct the primary election at the city and county precincts on Tuesday March 6th Voglers W H Posey and Z T Thomasson Judges J IV Johnson Clerk P D Arnold Sheriff Bridge W C Herndon L C Lane judges W T Scott clerk J B Utterback sheriff Court House James Rodman and B G Graham Judges W H Julian Sheriff Chas G Payne Clerk Market House Dud Baker and Thos Church Judges C E Ell wanger Sheriff Ed Weitzel Clerk Gas House J T Waters and S Fuhs Judges Win Coovert Sheriff P A Fuhs Clerk Â¬ THIS OFFER Our inventoiy disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at is I Â¬ greatly 1 m 1 Â¬ Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Mr Chas C Furr was standing the assortment is unbroken upon the new bridge Tuesday talking to Mr J P Cowing of the King Bridge Company when a workman upon the bridge overhead let fall a hammer which struck Mr Furr a glancing lick upon the left forearm knocked off the skin and made an ugly bruise upon the arm Â¬ Arm Bruised REDTUaeD PRIGE3 R ROGERS 4 fr SON im 1 fi iy SM Tinsley 1- - A Lively Mill A five round glove contest was fought at the intersection of Main and St Clair streets Tuesday night between two boys about 12 years of age for a purse of twenty five The kids punched each cents other at a lively rate much to the amusement of a large crowd which gathered but stood up and took their punishment like little At the end of the fifth men round the referee decided it a draw and each of the young pugil ists was given a quarter Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware aurf on LAWN MOWERS I Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder DRPRCE S akincS in Powder No Ammonia No Alum -- 4 A Lead The Market aig 14 - ii 4 450 500 SEO-A-3DTXrS- ii m M Used in Millions of Homes AprlU5 r 40 Years the Standard 323 T irflllV Street ipiiti Kr t W i i W I 5 i I r fr o st OEvarTciaiESR Prssiasnt J W CECraOKCESi Secretary THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND OP- - HARNESS WORKS 1 BUIliDBRS I FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND Surries Phaetons Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles WE SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANYBODY JFarm Wagons Cultivators Chilled Plows Harness Corn Planters Disc Harrows Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagon Gear Plow Gear ttames and Traces Backhands and Straps Cart Harness Track Break Harness Bits and Bridles Lines and Hitch Straps Horse Boots Horse Covers Delivery Wagons Carts Barouches Surries Phaetons Buggies Buckboards Side Saddles Mens Saddles Whips Lap Robes v m At Several m FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ood second hand vehicles will sell cheap Clover Seed for Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY ca na ua on ddi RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE CH Mr W M Crutcher is improv- Â¬ rsrarasHnnnanaciaBHEnnannrsaonnHrcannnnfl BQUQUtiaiSQBHiaaBaBQaudUQfjtiueuuiQuaBaQUticiaa ing rapidly in health Ivt l BANKFORT FEBRUARY 24 1894 Pea Ridge The weather has suited everyone for the pasf week being of all kinds lying very ill at the residence of her annt Mrs Ann Tracy Mr Jim Tracy is steadily improving in health A member of the late Constitu- Â¬ tional Convention who now ably represents Anderson county in the Legislature came near losing a case in his own county because of the large number of witnesses arrayed against him by the oppof ing counsel who claimed that the case should be decided by the preponderance of evidence in favor of his client as the witnesses outnumbered the Colonels four to one but the Colonel in the reply The preponderance of said is not measured by the evidence quantity of witnesses but by the quality of their testimony for one may tell the truth and the other rrinety nine may have been mistaken a Speaking to his people preach- Â¬ Some minister once said ers get up and say very little but mean a great deal but I say a great deal that dont amount to Miss Kate Tracy is Â¬ Â¬ K iw w fe sF Kul ma oa nn aa ca ua hb ca nn ua na cu na ca A True Friend ra oa na inA friend in need is a friend Every family should be pre- ua deed na pared to treat scalds burns bruises dq na woundd cuts tc by keeping a box of E54 Hales Household Oinment handy na Dr No other remedy gives such quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal- BB ing effect For irritated eyelids sore ea Â¬ Â¬ Mr Will Pvierce is getting his tobacco ready for shipment Mr Joe Williams will soon remove with his family to Frankfort Mr Newel Pierce is working for his brother on the Pence farm The Russell farm has been leased to Messrs Gordon and Smith of Henry county The Recluse is kept well posted by his friends in the outside world judging by the easy manner tate and in which he handles national affairs Â¬ ua na HE na uu en bh ca nn na va GO SOUTH From Cincinnati and Louisville via Crescent Route March the Queen 8th and April 9th to points in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama MissisÂ¬ i AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY - Is Afforded by the LANDS Â¬ Â¬ na oa nn DO nn aa nn oa nn Da nn do en BD Di3 I rata HALF RATE LAND EXCURSIONS Â¬ sippi and Western Georgia Tickets good 20 days for return on sale at one fare for the round trip Excursions to points on the V S P Division in Louisana between An excellent opportunity to inspect and buy cheap lands in a country where grass grows ten months a year and there is neither blizzards nor cold waves Da en aa on nn aa nn OB BD aa YicksburgMissandShreveportLa on sale March 13th April 10th and May 8th good 30 days to return Â¬ This Company has over a million acres of land for sale lying along its lines in Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana at low prices Write F Y Anderson Land Comfor Ala missioner Birmingham in formatian about them aa aa no cn Sa DO on BD Â¬ ca I nostrils chapped lips and hands ca rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 60o na at P H Carpenters drag store c oa Send lor Schedule Kates Printed ttattei c na dsi bb Da - Out Again A St Chicago O A Baird T P A Detroit Mich W Cooler T P A Cleveland Whedon P T A Louisville Ky J S Leith T P A Lexington Ky or W V RINE4liS0JVG P A Cincinnati Ohio O SMtfagSBg mw lAlWW mtm w II w mi 1 1 mwimrut MOB I K Mir a If IP Charley Johnson ihc notorious na aa burglar who robbed the residence ca no nn BE SURE YOUR TICKETS READ VIA THE aa ca of Mrs MaryS Hendiick in this ca cn oa Da city several years ago was sent to na ua the penitentiary made his escape nn ad Da and was afterwards sent to the nnemnnnnnnnnnnnnnHnnBaHnBnnaHHannnnnanga DaDaauDuaaDacaDaisaaBaBaaaGiaDUQauaauadadaUdauaisaiiaaiiasauauauasiaaauuaaDauauaiau penitentiary in Kansas for a crime nothing Both these incidents are well committed in that State made his illustrated in the Pollard-Breckin- escape from the prison at Emridge case on all points but one j poria Monday night by sawing Shortest and quickest between h3 these incidents are true out UllBylVL 1 BBBBBbH CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Mr Sam Tracy is sowing grass bbbbbbHhS 11 I bbbbB seed at Fleetwood farm Worlds Fair for 15 Cts Seethe Only direct line between Work of all kinds is starting up Upon receipt of your nddreBB and Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Street railway line fifteen cents in postage stamps we a Smi n in Frankfort trackmen are all at work will mail you prepaid our Souvenir 0 bbbbBBSKbkSbbbbw IbHbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK H men and lisle MaysTille Cyitbiasa Fil- the Worlds Columbian whhV several saw mills have started Portfolio of The regular price is fifty Exposition month and Corington up putting quite a number of men cents but as we want you to have tBCUiBaBBBBBr llKVBBBMMBBBBBBBBkVHB I You to work after a long season uf one we make the price nominal thing yOU TICKETS VIA KY ASK MIDLAND of art and a enforced idleness and the wise will find it a work contains full page l IBBSjDSflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKBBl prized It to be l bkbbKbVvSIIEgbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbe bbI man gives his neighbor a written views of the great buildings with de Â¬ order on the boss for colleation scriptions of same and is exeouted in TRAINS RUN BY GENTRIL STAVDARQ TIME of while the foolish man works al highest style youart If not satisfiedÂ¬ get it we win re with it after week and then gets garnisheed TIMETABLE NOV 26 18U3 fund the stamps and let you keep the Mr and Mrs Joe Stucker of book E Address AM V U IP U H Buoklen uo unioago 111 4 Shelby county visited- - Miss Ann No 1 No 3 No 7 riUINSKAST Tracy last Sunday o Ly Frankfort A 700 400 100 Seamstress or Sick Nurte o Pes o an un700 Lv summit i 06 110 The Ridge scribe thanks CD H 7U1 412 126 Lv KlkUorn 718 known correspondent for the 140 i of 539 LvSwltzer Mrs Sarah Parsons w Lv stiimjuuK Ground Vi 4 31 200 cf flBBBBHcJHKBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBWRf present of a picture which as a Short street is prepared to take in 736 4t8 210 p S CD Klll Lv Duvall 742 220 443 work of art lays the works of all or go to your residence and do VfnBBBPr flflBBBBBBBBBBBBWB Lv Johnson 4111 B 74l 235 Lv ieorcetown 506 758 Lv C S Depot 300 the old masters in the shade For sewing or will act as a sick nurse 617 808 320 Lv Newtown accuracy of outline brilliancy of Those wishing her services will ap816 - 525 336 Lv CentrevlUe 20 62 346 Lv Elizabeth color choice of subject light ply at the above number 30 540 400 0 Ar Varls A kipmi shade and excellence of finish ncim No 2 No 4 No 8 IN0W TRAINS WKST Raphael Titian Angelo and Cor Salesmen Wanted 660 106 Lvlarls might have got some point- Â¬ reggio 600 4f8 915 ArEllzabeth 626 604 920 Ar Coutervllle ers by viewing this artistic gem To sell Websters International 61S 645 928 At Newtown and 600 630 U S Depot painted anything Dictionary 940 edition 1894 Ar for they never 1 1117 635 749 Ar Georgetown poetry that other works of standard value like it The verse of 642 800 1124 Ar lohnson 1130 648 810 Ar Duvall Apply came with it but space forbids Terms liberal to agents 1137 655 830 StiunplnuOround Ar 7 08 1149 a60 Ar Swltzer House Publishing r 715 t 905 1156 Mrs Will Tracy who has been to Southwestern Ar Etkliorn 721 915 1202 Ar Summit Northern Bank Block Room 6 very sick is much better 243t Lexington Ky DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES Ar Frankfort A 1210 730 i 925 WHERE Mrs Josie Riddle of Shelby N A connects with L B connects with Q A C and L S visited Miss Ann Tracy last SunGREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM For Sale One automatic WilC connects with X 0 day cox Gibbs sewing machine on OP SUNDAY TRAINS THE USE Machine Lve Frankfort 946 n m Arr Georgetown 104P Little Mack Spaulding is in very reasonable terms Apply at 227 a m Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort Louisville receiving medical treat- Â¬ in good repair 1210 pm street South Side Thiid The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec ment v tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west TOUTS HACK A0BE8 notn- Mr Joe Hunter Sheets and Miss out really eooOJfot For further Information apply to their went are you If all K B WKlTZkL Olla B Suttles of Benson visited Or C D BEROAW In It lsjreneraf debility City Tleket Agent Gen Pass Agt Tracy on It will cure you cleanse your llor ana give the family of Mr James GKOTB HARPER Gen Supt Dec 161 j a gooa appetite Sunday last ca aa cn oa cn aa tan aa ran nn Quern Gresgrnt Route g Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry ja a m 1 pf B I I I a I 1 HO - Â¬ I I I C- - 4 Â¬ Â¬ SAPOLIO j atiWlv iilk w wi SHp - BROTHERS MASTIN We have secured J X I rnnmssuawmsBHsoB w m hJ ij a i the agency and will keep in stock the followÂ¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbia Buggy Co H H Bnb coek H A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Lepnr Ilanows Farmers Friend and Kvans Corn Pla itt rs McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles andGear Field Seeds etc etc L A w in i j i r 3 7- jiv i - ii oomej tfr l sz ziisxizrtt stoosk- - w-- m ft MASTIN BRO ItEIiIOIOUS lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit 6 morrow morning at 11 oclock as qual He will be assisted in the ser by Rev Jno A Broadus D D At 7 oclock at night the annual meet- Â¬ ing of the Franklin County Bible Society will be held all the pro iiestant churches in the city uniting The address will be fn the services No one by Dr Broadus delivered miss the chance to hear this should eminent divine Sunday school at 930 a ra in the Â¬ HERS VV Matrimonial Tay- Â¬ Advertised Liettcrs at Frankfort L B MARSHALL A GAINES Baptist Ohurcii Rev W 0 i I m ies chapel the Good Shepherd to morrow con- Â¬ ducted by Fathers Qorey and Donley Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Catholic Jhuboh The usual ser vices will be held at the Church of Christian Church Rev George Darsie preaches to morrow morning at 11 oclock on Formation or Refor Â¬ No night service mationwhich Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at C60 K 1 Episcopal Church There will be ijie usual service at Ascension Church an Washington street between Main Ond Broadway to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m The Lenten services daring the week will be held in the dhapel every afternoon at 430 oclock On oxcept Wednesday and Friday Wednesday and Friday service at Q30 p m Rev R L McCready rector First Presbyterian Church Kev J McOluaky Blayney D D x Hill occupy hia pulpit to morrow at No night service on ac- Â¬ Xl oclock count of meeting of the Bible So Â¬ ciety at the Baptist Church The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are invited R E to Adams Express Company Frankfort Ky 22394 Mr and Mrs Wm French on Received of LeComute flaylo Co HandBmoother Tl ursday celebrated the fiftieth 1 package of marriage Marked Mrs U Ulovelnnd anniversary of their Washington D O ForthoGompiiny M and Mrs French liavr t host U Gran Graham of f fends all over the State who I and Wapping streets occupied by 9EMPLE ANp Presbyterian Church Mr Will P Hudson was the oc- Â¬ 51 5GRIFFITH LOUISVILLE KY Southern Main Street Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor casion of an alarm from box MarlMr HOGSHEAD FACTORY 32 ill ocoupy his pulpit to morrow Â¬ about 2 oclock Thursday after- Â¬ Wiorning at 11 oclock No night ser The flames which were vice on account of the meeting of noon PURCHASED TUE PL ANINO MILL HAVINGtobacco bogsbead factory of Messrs fhe Bible Society caused by a defective flue were Congletou Bros I am prepared to furnish soon extinguished by the departDOORS SU INGLES Want to Trade Do You TURNED SASH ment with but small damage to A HOUSE 07 SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED WORK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES on Conway street south side Is offered for Anyone having a good strong the building u nnrgaui vor luriux nitpiy u saie at m AND AIX KINDS OF WMCOBMWELL Oct7 tf young work horse which he or Sold to Mrs Clew land r ijhe is willing to trade for a first as well as tobucco hogsheads Factory one and a N TIME TABLE L Iass buggy horse can find a man Gayle Co The LeCompte half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of publlo patronage Is solicited who wants to make a trtde by are reaping the benefit of judicious The following time table 1b now ill fc N road Calling on Sam Johnson colored advertising as shown by the re tffeot npon the h CHOATE FINNELL TItAINB WEST nst end of Second street this ceipt below which is taken from Sept 2 ly 6fi0 am o23iOHVonFrnukfort Illy 9fi0 a m one of the blank forms of the Vo 17 leaves Frankfort 2 65 pm o 21 enveR Frankfort Adams Express Company 7116 pm In HiavoR Frankfort Ooldon Wedding Â¬ Rev H G Henderson will occupy his pulpit io raorrow morning at the usual m nuns from 200 to 5000 hour No night service on account 925 to 1200 winrhcster Rides Small iiluze It CHOATE Formerl of at the meeting of the Bible Society RmriutJittfliiKr RIM 200 tO 10 00 Sunday school meets at 930 a m ppvftivMn UlnVfil Plated 125 ooifPnMrinir A small fire on the roof of the The Epworth League will convene on the corner of Wilkinson lew- WinclKterRwanni Slot Qua Model 1893 1688 house 4RaMHlUPMlti ah ifi the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Ciiuroh Lulte B Suter daughter of Mr J A Suter of this city and Mr Ed Bacon of this county took the for Louisville morning train Thursday and on arrival in that city were married at the Palace M Hotel by Dr I Weaver There was no opposition to the match the couple merely preferring to have the ceremony performed away from home They returned here last night and will reside on the farm of Mr R C Steele in the county which has been rent- Â¬ ed by the groom Craig Hearn Mr Ab Craig and Miss Jennette Hearn both of Georgetown were married in Louisville Tuesday The young couple came to this city on Monday giving out that they were coming down to attend the performance of the Black Crook spent the night at Mr Campbell Steeles and left the next morning for Louisville There was no opposition to their marriage and they only left home to avoid the publicity of a home wedding Lawrence Hancock Mr Samuel Lawrence and Miss Louisa Hancock were married Tuesday near Peaks Mill The following marriage licenses have been issued by County Clerk Smith Matthew Mozart and Julia Watkins Tim Carter to Hester Shields colored Walter Williams to Fannie Loomis colored Harry A Rolio to Mattie Shields colored Miss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bacon Suter Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending L B MARSHALL CO February Ashes 24 1894 Arnold Miss Sara Hackley Rindy Botts Henry Handy Miss Sallie Bryant Jno Keriok Richard Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Beasley William Londest Shelly Real estate boughtsold or leased Bryant Walter Mobley Miss Delia share of the insurance patronage Clinton Miss Moor John Robt A good line oi both city and country property for sale at all times McOlintock Alice John Dean Frank Oill J D Lizzie Real Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Church Bill Douglas Dunbar Fears Mrs Fanny Williams H George Ed Wilson John H Gerlach Mrs Mary Gwyn J A Miney JJ Miss B North Sarah Peak W T Smith Miss Hariet Springer Lorin O SuttdnMiss J FOR RENT FOR SALE 2 Harper Albert Warren Squire Hale Jas Hendric Miss When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised THE FRAME RKSIDECE OF SEVEN FRAMK Wells Miss Mary TWO STORY Cross street u ar Conwav This A TWO STORY DOUBLEConwa RESIDENCE Â¬ on on Cross street near Thl properLizzie Is very desirable property and will be rented at a ty has a very go d lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low figure Williams Taillor moderate price FOR RENT Foster the Missouri weather prophet predicts that one of the LARGE BRTCK RESIDENCE ON SECOND Soutn Frankfort known as the Hanna property This propertj has large grounds line shade tiees and Is a very desirable location either for u home or boarding house FORSALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frmkfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of rooms tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this pr petty ere new and In iirst class condition This farm has a quantity of fli e tobacco land and would also make A i most severe storm periods of materialize recent years will TWO between March 7 and April 13 FOR SALE STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM- 14 acres of land in Bridgeport Tills Is good property and Is offered at n bargain a first class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit H G MATTERS 16 85000 OF LAND 3 MILE3 from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we uro authorized to sell for three hundred und fifty ACRES FOR SALE FARM OF 100 125 OR 160 ACRES 8 MILES from Frankfort on- a good turnpike road with residence tenement bouses stock and to- Â¬ bacco barns npple orchard and other necessary improvements This land Is mostly In timber ann gross ami will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a bargain A - THE- - dollars FOR SALE FOR RENT Photogmiher A 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K FINK FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO on a good M ted 8 miles from Frankfort turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ THE RESIDENCE OF CL J STODDARD on Snelby street now occupied by rooms and dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four all other necessary Improvements This land Is Mrs L B Longinoor Possebslon given about In a high state of cultivation the Improvements 1st of December are In line condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at u bargain mo yBr for a DOUBLE BREECHLOADER FOR SALE miles from Frankfort FARM A GARDEN loaned OF a proved on 12 FOR RENT Kood repair mid we 16 per month Lm Lot TBAINBKABT ACHES WELL IM good turnpike road 3 ROOMS J his A FRAME COTTAGE Side SEVENpropenylsON Conwiystreet South In OF uro aulhoilzedtorentltat L B MARSHALL Wukefleld Choato L H FINNELL CO oe33 JOHN DRISCOLl I PLANING MILL Liquor Merchant A IEIcruse azid FORSALE full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BR04DWAY opposite State House April lMf 1 Finish For a Houm Timkr Botiaht or Siwed HAVE TIMBRR ON PERSONS WHO who want sawing TO SFLL the or done by hundred bad hatter call on R H Suter who has the best portable saw mills In Ken ucky also maÂ¬ chinery to manufacture the rounh grades of tl nber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to move anywhere R H HOTKIt Deo S0 3m Cedar Costs Peaks Mill Xy so iMtinvoh Frankfort to 2 leaves Frankfort io J4 urrivipFrankfori Vo 2J en vep Frankfort No W will stop Mitr 17 mi 10 20 463 7 H5 Hr6 p pm pm am ru Fine Farm for Rent I have for sale 2000 A No uEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to 1 at in UK Aiifhonie and t I wish them many more years happiness with each other of house Foil Sale or Rhvt Mv dwelling on Ann hriiMiMiiHliurtf for piikhhikith Lexington and point ImvhmI or tf street J T Buckley mil -- I for iinali ii ukMUHje Miuent me on my premises T N Arnold limits on the Georgetown ptKe containing 2G3 uc ea lirgn residence tohicco barn and st bios Splendid dairy and tobacco farm For particu Â¬ Pim exrlon given Maroh 1st 1NH lars upply to July 22 DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY t Nmthoniti for Hlooiilt f ci Feb 2 tl tf FRANK CHINN Frankfort Ky JhvAiftk fci Mi A PfTf mJLm m 1 m VSAB r JLbI A31X w Prices benefit TO CALL AND PURCHASE Mm wJLmmmM -- 733ile tlxe3r caoa gret tlae of o uir ILjO m What they need in our line Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Wall Papor Skatf s Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead 8 Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Riu s Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets To Once my heart mis young nnd tender Bruised by every ungry word Knowing not the World of Splendor Or a 11 to by Pleasure blurred CE M A COLLINS Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank m Free as birds In summer tinging Flylngneath the shady trees Joy and comfort each day bringing Wuftltig pence each gentle breezo - Bright wis llto then In lis morning Ever breeze with sweetness fraught Seeking Truth and Evi scorning Loving all and clildlngrraught Such Is Youth a tender flower Blooming neath the sun of Hope nr wi TU1 WA Thinking not that each short hour Nears that sun Its western slope But the winters snows have fallen Disappointments sorrows care Each from life a Joy hath stolen Leaving traces cold and bare Yet midst the wreck one rose is blooming Last of all it stands alone And the sweetness fioin its coming Oer Despair a Joy hath thrown Why should the tiny seed have nourished Dropped perhaps In Idle play Yet by Fate it has been nourished Growing stronger day by day Come the sunbeams faint and slantng Tell the closing of the day Pluck the rose THOU didst the planting CL Ere It too shall pass away Aif If i m m m - General Commont Senator Hills easy victory in the Peokbam case was rather in the nature of a surprise to the Cleveland worshippers many of whom had freely predicted that the Senator would succeed in digging his political grave by his continued opposition to the nominees of the President The fate of Oonkling was held up as a warning against Senatorial interference in nominations the late elections were drawn upon for argu Â¬ ments of waning popularity with the people but refusing to be fright enedi Mr Hill kept on the even tenor of his way and carried his point Not merely as regards Peckham was he successful but ho showed the President that the nominee must be an active partisan to have his nomi- Â¬ Mr Cleveland nation confirmed promtly accepted the situation and on Monday sent to the Senate the name of Senator White of Louisiana Immediate confirmation was given and at last the vacancy on the Suprem e bench is filled It is interesting to note however that both of the Kentucky Senators disregarded the action of the Lower House of the Legislature and voted for the confirmation of Peckham This is rather discouraging to those ambitions State politicians who wish to take a hand in national Â¬ I affairs m 5 m z tiite 7 T- - The polioy of the President in his nominations is a rather peculiar one Since Andrew Jackson first started the plan of filling all the offices with the adherents of the party in power no Chief Executive has dared go as far toward non partisan appointments as Mr Cleveland Unfortunately however all of his nominations which were not dictated by party policy seem to have been made from purely personal motives or regard It is questionable whioh of the two is to be preferred In the case of Peokbam his chief particularly claim to distinction was his aotive participation in the famous Convention Certainly public nor party good de Â¬ neither manded his elevation to the olllco for which he waB nominated therefore it was simply owing to his personal acceptability to Mr Cleveland that Anti-Snapper K ho was named Mr Hills motive for opposition may not havo been a worthy one but it was as oasily de fensible as the Presidents persist Â¬ ence in the effort to benefit his perÂ¬ sonal friends The President goes too far to bo a strict partisan and not far enough to bo independent of party Hpncohe loses the support Â¬ of Demoorats without gaining that of ory of Col Swope Col Breckin Bepublicans ridge will gain nothing from such o testimony as this and may lose much Itjis a pity that the exigencies of where he can least afford it in the modern politics will not allow the minds of the people The Recluse Executive to chodse his advisers from the leaders of both parties as was All Free done by the first and greatest of our Presidents If the world were Those who have used Dr Kings searched two men could not be found New Discovery know its value and Â¬ have of more opposite politics than were those who have not Call onthe opporthe adver tunity to try it free Jefferson and Hamilton yet they were tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle selected by Washington for the two free Send your name and address and Co most important posta in his cabinet to H a E Bucklen of DrChicago New Kings sample box Ret Gresbam and Carlisle may have some Life Pills Free as well a copy of different opinions but they are in Guide to Health and Household InAll of which is accord on most questions of public structor tFree you good and cost policy and hence Mr Cleveland guaranteed to doOakpjsnteks Drug nothing at Phil benefit loses the of opposite Store 4 arguments It was Washingtons One Candidate Xjcss habit to obtain the opinions of both Jefferson and Hamilton and balance Mr Henry Showalter who has them against each other before mak Â¬ ing a decision The policy of the been a candidate for jailer of this departments is controlled by the county has withdrawn from the executive not by the head of that i department why then is it necessary race to have a cabinet strictly in accord W L Coppersmith Should not care be with its chief taken rather that some counter The Jewelers price Bulletin 8 opinions be offered lest action be day clock 2 50 30 hour clocks taken without sufficient considera10 i to 2 Gold Filled watches tion of the opposite side of the case Sterling Silver spoons in teas 3 2 Tables to 6 Desert 8 to As I predicted last week it seems 2 to 15 odd spoons in sterling to be definitely settled that Kentucky River will get but a meagre appro 75 cts to Si 50 hat pins 25 cts 130000 being the to 125 stick pins 10 cts to 50 propriation The handsomest line ever figures as last given out While it is cts I dont in brought to Frankfort to be regretted that a sum large tend to let hard times affect my Â¬ enough to insure the early completion of this work could not be se- business as I am determed to cured yet it is manifestly unfair to move the goods lay the blame on the River and Har Â¬ Announcement bor Committee The Committee had a hard task before it and all circum Â¬ No apology is necessary on the stances considered it was inevitable score of medical propriety for that some sections should be disap- Â¬ pointed As said in my last letter thus announcing to the profession those appropriations which were and the public that we have made most emphatically demanded by a long careful and special study members of Congress were the of cancerous diseases together and other ones which the Committee considerÂ¬ with all malignant and are able to offer the ed it most advisable to give By the tumors time the next Congress meets how Â¬ results of our extensive experience ever it is more than probable that in Kentucky and surrounding the entire complexion of affairs will countries in a system of rational be so altered that the efforts of the and successful treatment that we Citizens Committee will be crowned believe has never heretofore been with success At any rate the organ Â¬ attained and we are able to point ization should be kept ud ready to to thousands of successful cases take advantage of every chance to not In a boasting but rather in a put in a word where it will do the spirit of thankfulness that we are most good thus able to prove so clearly our assertion that our system does The defence in the Pollard-BreokiWith a positive cure cancer ridge suit seems determined to stop knowledge of this fact now so at nothing to prove the previous un fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ chastity of the plaintiff The testis ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ mony of Dr T M Lewis taken at fession we should be wanting in Danville goes further perhaps than humanity if we neglected any anything else Upon the merest pos means in our power to spread the sibility that the woman in that case glad tidings among those afflicted whom he never saw and whose first with this most terrible and hopename he never heard waB the same less of diseases as Miss Madeline Pollard the Doctor We have printed a pamphlet drags the name of the late Col A M cause giving the symptons Swope from the grave to figure in of cancers and varieties c the scandal If anything could be Anyone feeling interproved against Miss Pollards charac Â¬ tumors ter it would seem that it could bo esting can get a copy free by addone without such evidence as this dressing Drs Current Smith whioh is in the main merely the Paris Ky 17 tf conjecture of one man Dr Lewis may be as stated an honorable gen Â¬ tleman who regretted to speak in Cheap llntcs to Washington the matter wo do not know him and The Kentucky Midland railway give him the beuefit of the doubt offers cheap rates to Washington when ho says motives of conscience only prompted him to make known D C and return February 21st his professional secrets which re to March 1st account National and flected upon the character of his Electric Light Association Daughters of the American Revo deceased friend but his conscience Illinois To Chicago in such event must bo strangely lution Febrtnry 13th to 15th account warped If there were any certainty Goods and Canned that the Miss Pollard of whom Col Western To DeMachinery Association Swope spoke to him isJMadollne Pol Â¬ February 28th to lard it would have been his duty to troit Michigan account Student speak but upon the merest sus Â¬ March 4th picion that suohwau the aase was Volunteer Movement of Foreign not his first duty rather to the mem Missions Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ n- FALL W TE STOCK -- 3 BOOTS SHOES HATS - CAPS vl- 1 IM CLURE SONS We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods W know what you need have the goods and will please you v 3 4 RK MCLURE SON IZ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ IHHESKM WBSsm Â¬ cstfa Hil Tifc jESfttf 3 L4L A ldMLmiim wtzm WM 8 I r WSi t iii t 1 For the past 30 days THE BRIDGE MUDDLE has claimed the attention of the public To day this entire community is wild over the great MUST GO 30 D AY83 sni37tsaie R 9 1 None to be packed away An additional big cut for the next ustotxt-- oust -- AJ3 CRUTCHER STARKS 52 childrens suits old style all wool were sold for 5 to 7 go at 275 12 One large lot of Wilson Bros fin est Shirts that were retailed at SL75 all perfect goods to be closed at 1 Co One large lot Ciuette Coon white shirts pique bosoms that were retailed all over the country at 150 go in this sale at 75c all perfect goods One large lot of Cluette Coon Co fancy shirts with collar attached that were retailed at 175 go at 75c This is the greatest opportunity our citizeus have ever had to secure real values at half prices mens all wool shirts breasted splendid values at 125 jro in this sale at 7 21 single 15 and u mens ulsters that were 6 go in this sale at 3 65 boys suits long pants ags 13 to 18 last season styles were 15 12 10 go in this sale at 650 m m Remember this sale is for cash as no goods are to be charged at these prices CRUTCHER Zllpali G STARKS F CRUTCHER STARKS FIXKFoEx tobacco mar ANNOITNCEMENTS iwaMMMsmasssmmimrzszamizzum Duncan is confined to LOUISVUiTjB KET with la grippe his room The sick list is decreasing W H Moore and family of FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT this community Mr VV A Duncan who has Defoe visited LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE been confined to his room for Sunday Sales on our market for the week sometime with la grippe we are Miss Carrie Hy era of Defoe just closed amount to 4073 hhds with receipts for same period of glad to siy is out again was the guest of Miss Amy Moore hhds Sales the our market since 4345 on Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 30088 hhds Sales Mrs John J Moore who has Saturday market to Herbert Hlack and Arthur of the crop of 1893 on our hhds lieen sick for the past four weeks this date amount to 34020 with fever and la grippe is better Hughes of Defoe visited this Sales were again large for the week As compared with last week community Sunday at this writing all grades of bright or colory burley Close Observer were more active and showed a ten Some thief or thieves broke valueB The for Catarrh dency toward higher fine grades of into the grocery of Lewis Lee at Beware of OintmentsMercury medium good and That Contains red leaf were at times irregular and Jacksonville one night last week some easier The very common and robbed it of a large amount As mercury will surely destroy grades such as are selling under 6 the sense of smell and com- were more active of coffee and other valuables pletely derange the whole system The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ The meat house of Charley when entering it through the mucous resent our market for burley to- Â¬ surfaces Such articles aboald never bacco 1893 crop was be Rodgers at Consolation used except on prescriptions from broken into last Saturday night reputable physicians as the damage Trash dark or damaged 2 50 tobacco and robbed of 12 or 15 pieces of they will do is ten fold to the good Common Colory trash 3 50 4 00 you can possibly derive from them Medium to good colory meat flails Catarrh Cure manafacturedfby 7 50 4 50 trash Henry Skelton and wife visited F J Cheney Co Toledo O con Â¬ Common lugs not colory 4 00 5 00 tains no mercury and is in Common Colory 7 50 6 00 the family of Mr M 13 Moore ternally and acts directly taken the Medium to good lugs upon colory last blood and tavcous surfaces of the Sunday 7 00 9 00 lugs system In Halls Catarrh Common to medium leaf 8 00 11 0C Miss May Roberts of Tioga Cure be rare yt get the gemdae It Medium to good leaf 15 00 11 00 was the jjuust of Miss Edna is token iBiemally ana made in Good to fine leaf 18 00 15 00 Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney A Co Select or wrappory 18 00 21 50 Moore Sunday last -Sold by Dntgftlat price 76 per Â¬ Â¬ For Jailor We are authorised to announco MINUS WIL LIAMS as 11 candidate fur re election to the office of Jailer or Frinktlln county hubject to the 10 te action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T RAINES as a candidate or Jailor of Frankllu county Â¬ DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at the PHOEITIS HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY subject to the action of the Democratic party For Assessor We are authorized to announce JAS DESMOND OCONNOR as a candidate lor Assessor of Frank Â¬ lin county Subject to the action of the Republi Â¬ can party We are authorized to announce LEWIS A HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca HARROUns a candidate for hscstsorof Franklin operation and with little or no pain county snbject to the action of the Democratic party REEERENCES Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturady March 3 1864 Maroh 17 1894 Maroh 31 1894 Api 11141892 WA For County Judge We are authorized to anuounce D O WIL Â¬ LIAMS as a candidate for re election to the office ot CcuntyJudgiof Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are autUorizcd to announce Squire DAN MOORE as a cnudldate for County Judge of Frank Â¬ lin county subject totlieiictlon of the Democratic party Dec Me WMcKeellardle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankrort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky V v Burberleh Frankfort K 503 Â¬ byig m ff J Hughes Frankfort Ky Benson Ky JasM Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS ollloeand residence is at 2S West Eighth streetCluclnnatl and where he may be found every day of eush week except SATUR- Â¬ County Attorney Pamphlets describing these disease DAYS We are authorized to announco RJDKRT B the mode VIlMirilllilliiNlilllni fni fmifn AU1IICJ unduddresslng ot treatment sent free to any one V W I KKLLEY M D 1MU WHI II WIW1 UUI4I1J IHnnn by ot Franklin comity subject to the notion of the 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O iwiiusvmiiu mEij CONSULTATION FREE David Moore For tlll For Sheriff county snbject to the action ot the Democratic party November 1894 We are authorized to announce R D ARM STRONU us a candidate for Sheriff of Kraukllu Mr J M Moore who has been in the blue grass region raising tobacco will return to this vicinity to reside soon On Thursday evening February ndy Hartford and 15th Mr Mrs Celia FMnorc were united in marriageby Rev John Dema ree afterwhich supper was served and dancing was indulged in until The bride elect is 52 12 oclock old while the groom is 59 years of Defoe Richard Bohannon vicinity attended the wedding bottle 4 JLund Seekers Excursion G1 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- Â¬ ers Excursions Tickets at one fare for the round Louisville trip from Cincinnati Lexington Ky to points in or Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and points in Georgia as far east as Augusta also to New Orleans and Mobile Thursday at Mrd C F Moores Excursions January 8th Febru- Â¬ Mrs John Jessie of this place ary 8th March 8th and April 9th Limited to twenty days for return is very low at this writing Write to VV P Cooley T P Rev Frank Clark is very sick at A Cleveland O C A Raird this writing P A Detroit Mich or A J Forest and Price Jteiley of Lytle N P A Chicago Ills Indiana were called to the bedside for information as to rates etc of their mother Mrs John Jessie and for literature on the South or of this place who is very ill to Polly Wade is at the point W C Rinearson G P A Mrs Cincinnati O of death He says I contracted a oold as a candidate for reelection to the ollc of Clirk crinklii early last spring that settled on my Counry of the or araocrutlc county subject to the D mirty lungs and had hardly recovered from action to 20 it when I caught another that hung For Magistrate on all summer and left me with a hacking cough which I thought I We are authorized to announce JAMKS A never would get rid of I had used LYoN as a candidate for Justice ot the Peaie No rorks ot thorn Chamberlains Cough Remedy some In DlHtriJt ot the Democratic Elirty v Hubject to p W fourteen years ago with much success the action and concluded to try it again When I had got through with one bottle my FOR SALE OR cough had left me and I have not suffered with a cough or cold since Shave recommended it to others and STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE 50 cent bottles all speak well of it Carpenter AND for sale by P H miCK A TWO STORYcombined STOREROOM Benson located on residence South Side Druggist Bellepolnt Is offered for sale or rent colds give our readers Kan Stybenefit wishes to experience with of his Mr Albert Favorite of Arkansas For County Clerk We are authorized to announce N It SMITH RENT Wmm 1 Sept 23 rrv m Avenue possession H 2in To Arkansas awl Texas Feb 13 March 13 April 10 and May the 8th the Ky Midland will sell tickets to points in Arkansas Texas and Louisiana at one See fare for the round- - trip agents for further information C D Bercaw GPA Â¬ department separately given March It-- Will rent either 1st Apply to desired JOB SMITH next door f 4-POS-T- IV-LTr12 Four weeks by our method teaching book keeping Is equal to twolve weeks by the old style Positions guaranteed under certain conditions Our free 60 and HO page catalogues Send for them Draughona will explain all Business College uud School ot Shorthand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Cheap board No vacation Enter any time Address 3 V Draoohon Pros Nashville Tenn e tt hS xm t 1A rs sm1 v i Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office v vfr v- a - 1tiwyp xL 1 k