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Wfi WmWmw mwwmm WlwWw m IP im - I i I The P MIKFORT BOMMBOFT GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER-r-DEVOTE- D TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XYII FKANKF0ET KY SATURDAY MAECH 3 1894 A COUNTRY FIRE 26 The Homo of Mr E W Ayrcs Destroyed lOYAL 35S3 URING hard times consumers cannot afford to experiment with inferior cheap brands of bak- Â¬ ing powder It is NOW that the great strength and purity of the ROVAL stand out as a friend in need to those who desire to practise Econ omy in the Kitchen Each spoonful does its per- Â¬ fect work Its increasing sale bears witness that it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further 1 N B vr Tsi Grocers say that every dollar - in- Â¬ I i vested in Royal Baking Powder is worth a dnllnr rhr wnrlrl nwr tTiaf- ifdoes not consume their capital in dead stock because it is the great favorite and sells through all times and seasons - The residence of Mr Ed W Ay res near Ducker Station just over the Woodford county line was destroyed by fire on Thurs day night of last week The fire was discovered about 1 1 oclock after t had made considerable headway and the family had barely time to dress and escape from the building before the roof fell in Only a few pieces of funiture were saved from the lower rooms the balance together with a large quantity of lard vinegar and sugar stowed in the cellar being con Mr Ayres loss is about sumed six thousand dollars which is partially covered by a policy of four thousand in the London Liverpool and Globe Insurance Company of which Messrs Jacob Swigert Co are the agents The house was an old fashioned brick one and the place was known as the old Gabe Smith Â¬ tried to analyze it to discover the Here is a secretc of its vitality play with nothing save the sory writing incident to relieve it of commonplace sensationalism and yet for years it has been steadily growing in popular favor until to day it is recognized as one of the surest drawing cards on the road It is the man not the play I doubt if there is an actor who could get the meat out of that story writing scene but Nobles himself It is thoroughly his own The man is a genius and while on the stage pulls the play up to his own level Thats the secret of the perennial popularity of The Pheonix and I dont care who iV Y Mirror knows it At the Opera House Monday March e A Rainbow Overhead The singular phenomenon of a rainbow immediately over- Â¬ and in a clear sky was seen head in this cky Wednesday afternoon m w m M i Mi rn Hows Thia We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Ontarrh Cure P J Cheney Co Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ tions made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Marvin Whole Â¬ Walding Kinnan sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ nally acting directly upen the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Sold by all Price 75c per bottle druggists -9 farm w a m The Phoenix ROYAL i BAKING POWDER CO 108 WALL ST NEW YORK AS After seeing all of the modern melodramas native and imported I come back to the old Phoenix with a sense of relief It is incomparably better than any of them There is something indescribably catching in the play and the chief player Year after year I find myself laughing at the quaint curious comicalities of the Chamber contributor to the wildly applauding maids Own the incomparable fire scene or holding my breath during the painful stillness of the gambling scene and stamping vociferous approval of the well known climax In looking- at the play last night for about the twentieth time I Â¬ Council Proceedings Â¬ Regular Meeting Feb fe 27 1894 Â¬ Mayor Julian and all the members were present except Council- man Ellwanger The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A petition from Bercaw Parker in relation to the Opera House was read and referred to hall com- Â¬ mittee m- - Mr Frank Gray Treasurer of tii i Is lii appeared before the council and made the statement that the city was in arrears withits school boi d interest and adding that it would be necessary for it to be paid in order to enable the scnool Doard to pay ofjf the teachers The matter was referred to the school committee with directions to devise ways and means to make the payment at Â¬ the Board of Education If r once County Attorney Johnson appeared before the council and asked them to appropriate 20 to place a fence around the county and citys pauper burying ground On motion of Mr Haly the Granted Petition of Allen Porter asking amount was allowed for coffee house license Granted Ed Lane in behalf of the Petition of R M Lewis and W was granted colored societies permission to have a brass band W Cheany asking license to sell Referred back to license liquors play Sunday March 4 The reports of the Police Judge committee The bills of the workhouse Marshal and Workhouse keeper keeper were ordered paid were presented and filed The workhouse committee was Mr Miles from the finance committee reported several ac instructed to look into tlie matter counts which were ordered paid of keeping the time of the keeper an ordinance Mr Williams Mr Miles from the same committee reported an account against defining the duties of the City Gaines and several Attorney was read and passed Howard Mr Williams an ordinance in against people on Second street for work done on sidewalks by the relation to election of a city city After considerable discussion printer with recommendation that they were referred to finance com- it should not pass The report of mittee to try and get settlements the committee was adopted Mr Heffner presented account Mr Pruett from the fire com Electric Light mittee reported in favor of an of Capital Gas Ordered expenditure of 300 to put the Co for street light fire alarm system in thorough paid Also to look into the repair and Mr Heffner amended feasibility of placing an arc light at Â¬ the report by ordering a new box for Clinton and St Clair streets The reportwas adopted Mr Marshall from the street committee reported an account which was allowed The petition of the W A Gaines Company in relation to improving Murray street from Second to Cross was also granted It directs the property holders to macadamize said street A report from same committee was made in relation to the pave- Â¬ ment in front of Mrs Nannie Duvalls property on St Clair street The report was adopted and the work ordered done Petition of Pat Noonan asking an appropriation of 20 to make him good on a city warrant he Re- Â¬ shaved to that amount jected The charity committee reported which were several accounts allowed Petition of John Maloney asking a beer license Granted Petition of Ed and James Lane asking pool room and beer licenses the intersection of Ann and Mero streets The bridge committee reported 40 several bills Ordered paid Mr Haly moved that the city pay the 50 expended by Mr Miles on sjdewalk on the bridge and that his committee are entitled to a vote of thanks Adopted The report of the committee in relation to sale of old bridge to J01 n T Buckley was adopted An account of 4 50 was allowed Marshal Jeffers for money expend- Â¬ ed in taking care of a man hurt on Arsenal Hill BILLIARDS AND POOL The 2d and 4th Tuesday nights were made the regular meeting CHAS G PAYNE nights The council then ad- Â¬ Billiards and Pool journed The Club Main Street - Â¬ For Rent The two story brick residence on the corner of Main and Washington streets now oc- cupied by Mrs M A Murphy Well located and in good repair Possession given April 1st Ap- Â¬ ply to Dr G W Chinn 26 4t 418 Broadway XXI 18J Business and Professional Directory LAWYERS m CHAS T RA Y Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Oflke In the Hums Building Hip Broken The Flneat Tables In the city Gymnasium and Bowling Allejt attached Mrs H J Hyde in returning CONFECTIONER WM CROMWELL home from church Sunday morn Â¬ JOHN R TODD ing slipped and fell upon the side Attorney at Law Manufacturing walk in front of the residence of Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner Mr L Tobin on Main street Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Franklin and 41 St Clair Street Courts ofalso give specialthe adjoining counties Â¬ breaking her hip She was taken attenton to the pur and will Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream to the office of Dr Jas R Ely and Soda Water In season Cigars und Tobacco chase and sale of real estate of collection ot rente loans claims and the negotiation Near new bridge where the fracture was reduced DRUGS WJ CHINN JR and she was later removed to her Attorney at Law The un- Â¬ W H AVERILL home on Second street fortunate lady is doing as well as Frankfort Kentucky Druggist possible but it will be a long time Office seocwl Will practice In all State Courts Main Street opp City Hall floor Custom House before she is able to walk again A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Pnihnra vnn wnnlrl nnt thlnlr an compounded at all hours but a very large proportion of di CO GUY BARRETT NO W R WILLIAMS seases in New York comes from News Dealer and carelessness about catching cold Dvuggists lb is such a says Dr Syrus Edson Bookseller simple thing and eo common that Main Sheet 314 very few people unless it is a case of 332 Main Street pneumonia pay any attention to a Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fanor Goods cold New York is one of the health hours A line line ot Fancy Toilet Articles iest places on the Atlantio coast and yet there are a great many oases of PAINTERS FLOUR AND FEED catarrh and consumption wnioh have their origin in this neglect of the REOCK DONALDSON W B BRIDGEFORD simplest precaution of everyday life The most sensible advice is when Flour Meal Feed and The Painter you have one get rid of it as soon aa Country Produce Ossible By all means do not neglect 10 St Clair Street t Dr Edson does not tell you now Fincel Block South Side to cure a oold but we will Take Oysters Fish an Game In season Choice Wall Paper Faints Oils and Glass constunUy 0 haod Chamberlains Cough Remedy It Pickles and Preserves will relieve the lungs aid expectora Â¬ tion open the secretions and soon WINES LIVERY effeot a permanent cure 25 and 50 oent bottles tor sale by P H Car Â¬ MANGAN DARNELL GEO B SA LENDER penter South Side Druggist Â¬ specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions NEWSDEALER Â¬ Â¬ FOR DYSPEPSIA BROWNS IRON BITTHItS All dealers keep It SI per bottle Genuine hat trade mark and crossed red ilnei on wrapper Indigestion and Stomach dUordors take Fine Livery Terms Reasonable Iwne 219 Main Street Bridge Saloon and LlU0r aV 45 St Clair Street California WlaM ft fWWVlr w PERSONAIi Flossie French iB viBiting relatives in Georgetown Mr W B Moody of Now Castle wa8 in the city yesterday Mr W P Thome of Eminence Bpent Monday in this city Mr W Ohapin of Atlanta Ga was in the city Friday last Mrs H L Tobin and daughter have returned from Louisville Dr Carey Blackburn of Louisville spent Saturday last in this city Mrs Dan Roche of Paris was in the city a few hours on Friday last Mr Mike Parker has returned from a visit to Paris and Lexington Miss Mamie Berry man of Louisville is yititing Mrs W H Posey Miss Clara Buckley returned to school at Nazareth on Saturday last Mr Will kalloran of Paducah spent several days in this city this MIbb Â¬ MfmBMGBMm The Gun Club Shoot Below will be found the score of the Gun Club shoot at Callerys Young Wednesday afternoon Waltci Scott will wear the medal for the coming week Shinklc 24 Crutcher 23 R A White T J RanSdell Wm GXertner HARTSTEINS Is the place where all cods are sold at one price as every article in the house is marked in Luscher Davis Maridlehr 19 17 a 1 nir nW at H Ma Bl 39 omnia B9 Btl DS iAC CO isbsii Ql Dl mm gj ---- HPi Bar EEWRIYEHTO WARIjHOUSr oaW Webber Callery Cavanaugh Schneider 18 16 10 11 Plain Figures and with n VERY VERY small profit and 15 5 - Q P N Bargains ODonnell Lafontaine 10 are to be had there at all times My stock and Stubenrauch Hannen Gibbons 4 B Green River Tobacco CD - - Warehouse Props LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Shelbyvilley Jan 20 tf WHITE RANSDELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUll HOGSHEADS 9 16 Variety IS 4 U 16 21 GREEN RIVER HOUSE Messrs between fl is very close Shinkle and Crutcher Miss Minnie VanDerveer has re Â¬ vi turned from a visit to friends in the former being only four birds ijouisville ahead of the latter on the shoots Mrs Carroll Q Wright and Mrs J of the season N Miles left Monday for a visit to H Louisville Extra Dividend Miss R Wallie Knott of Louisville has been with Mrs A H McOlure That the State National Bank of H this week this city was enabled notwithMrs Mary Wickliffe of Louisville standing the depression in business H was the guest of Mrs Jos Lewis on everywhere to pay a dividend of Saturday last Miss Phoebe Daugherty of Bards three per cent on its capital stock town is visiting Mrs D 0 Hardin on the 1st of January and then on Cross street declare an extra dividend of the Illi- Â¬ same amount on the first day of Mr Sandy Hord of Aurora nois has been visiting his parents in this month speaks well for the this city thiB week management of the bank and Mrs Geo A Lewis returned Wed Â¬ in- Â¬ nesday from a weeks visit to rela- Â¬ shows that business with that stitution at least has been on a tives in Louisville The holders of stock in Miss Hannah Muldoon of Louis- Â¬ boom ville is the guest of Mrs Chat W the State National can congratu- Â¬ Saffell on Second street late themselves upon their fortuMr C C Myer of Rochester New nate investment The regular Rev York is visiting his dividend will also be declared in W C Taylor in thiB city last week Â¬ Â¬ aon-in-la- w OBrien P Misses Rebecca Kelly and Mamie Scott W Gist of New OaBtle were in this city The race week Complete and you can always find almost anything you may want at the very lowest prices i U Jt H m Returns Promptly Made Auction Sales Daily Storage Free of Charge BWe refer shippers Bank of Woodford to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Versailles Citizens National Louisville INHOSIERt AND OTDERWEAK I am sure I can show you the largest line ever seen in Frank- Â¬ fort and can suit and fit any body it matters not how small or how large you want them Â¬ 2 THE ROUNDABOUT - ip m rM ODDS MID ENDS in towels have been put on the cheap counter at ill Unheard of Prices Il THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only im n H Remember there are onlv one or two of a kind that is why they arr so cheap and 0 JJ LJ X must Be Closed Out Mr Thos H Morris editor of the July K W Monday Mrs Gov Brown and daughter Editor Roundabout G Now that Judge has Miss Susie who have been visiting virtually won in Bthe Williams the race for relatives in Henderson have return- Â¬ second term of his office as County Judge in spite of all kinds of opposi- Â¬ ed home is jealousies and Miss Evaline Waulbeck of Louis- Â¬ tion it to time for allJudge Williams envieB die out ville who has been visiting Mrs has made an honorable fight and has James A Murray returned home left no shady record behind This will no doubt be gratifying to both Saturday hiB friends and relativos He could Mrs A 0 Higbee of Versailles is not do otherwioe than win when the visiting her sister Mrs Jas M taxpayers were duly impressed with the importance of situation Saffell corner Washington and Wap average voter may the relied on toThe get be ping streets on the right side of the question in Miss Janie Baker of Eminence local politics provided he iB not inter Â¬ fered and is allowed time who has been visiting the family of enough with making up his mind he In Mr J W Marksbury for the past two does not care about detail he wants weeks returned home Tuesday even- to see results When he was shown that the county finances were better ing than thoy had been for years that Rev Father W E Gorey left yes the county warrants are now paid on terday for Hot Springs Arkansas presentation to the Sheriff he can and will remain some time in hopes easily understand the vast difference present state of between that the waters of that place will re and that the the past twenty affairs years of lieve him of the malady with which during which time it was frequently he has been suffering for several impossible to realize a county warÂ¬ rant without great sacrifice unless months you was in the ring When it waa shown him that thiB very desirable Society Notes state of affairs were being brought several very much needed and im Â¬ Mrs Julia Thompson entertained portant improvements were made at cards at the home of Mrs Theo a large slice of the county indebted- Â¬ was Wiley on Shelby street Saturday ness state liquidated and other desirable of affairs the mention of evening in honor of Judge L Hord which would run this communication and wife The entertainment was an far beyond the limit usually allowed elegant affair and the prizes were to such articles When all this was shown the average voter won by Judge and Mrs Hord he like a sensible man as he is Miss Amelia Weitzel gave an in decided to let well enough severely alone He could not possibly formal tea at the Capital Hotel on better affairs by a change but on the Tuesday evening The following contrary make matters a great deal ladies and gentlemen were present worse When he came to sift matters to a Misses Adelma Grutoher Eva Mack asidefine point ho could find no reason from malice envy or jealousy lin Ruth Ely Maggie May Thoma for voting against Williams He was son Morrie Gillum Fanny Gray and entitled by the usual oustom that Misses Briscoe and Hoke of LouiB has prevailed in such matters to hold the Ho was villo Messrs Bainbridge Blanton not office the second time the only candidate striving to be Bruce Baxter Clark Beckham Helm re elected and any reason that could possibly be urged against him Krieger Stagg and Trimble Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Jessamine Journal Nicholasville Two IJives Saved spent Saturday in this city Mr B L Bryant of Louisville Mrs Pheobe Thomas of Junction traveling agent of the Monon Rail Â¬ City 111 was told by her doctors she had consumption and that there was road was in the city Thursday no hope for her but two bottles of Miss Cora Anderson of Leesburg Dr Kings New Discovery completely Harrison county is visiting Miss cured her and she says saved her life Kittie Galbraith at 551 Short street Mr Thos Eggers 139 Florida St San Francisco suffered from a dread Mrs Joseph Robinson and Mrs ful cold approaching consumption Sallie Crockett spent several days tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of with friends in New Castle this week New Discovery and in two Dr Kings weeks was It Mrs Anna Hopple of Cincinnati cured He is naturally thankful is such of who has been visiting Mrs George samples resultsprovewhich these are the wonderful that W Chinri left Saturday afternoon for efficacy of this medicine in coughs and colds Free trial bottles at Car home penters Â¬ Mrs J C Baily who has been visit 50c and 1 drug store Regular5size ing her sister Mrs J M Saffell re Â¬ turned to her home in Versailles Communicated Â¬ Â¬ U Another bargain in this weeks sale fc 17 small table covers at 25 and 15 cents large table covers at 55 cents worth a great deal more it HAKiiIf At No 319 Main Street near State National Bank would apply with equal force to any of the other candidates He could see that while rotation in office was no doubt good Democratic doctrine it is totally unfair to defeat a man before he has fairly entered on the duties of his office and that such a proceedure was not only highly mis- Â¬ chievous but contrary to the spirit and genious of the Democratic party that nobody would be benefited except perhaps the malice a few sore heads who made themselves amenable to the law No roue ere felt the halter draw With good opinion o the law He could also see that now was as good time as any to set down on some disgruntled politicians whose chief ambition seems to have been to whoop up Williams with no chance No ques however of beating him can be raised as to his competency l Per Year Our Job Department on of tht bftit in fnt State and art prepared to tur oat on ihort notion or ability to discharge the duties of the office and wo are glad to state that the race is practically over with a handsome majority in Williams favor 26 lt Tax Payer Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives the best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle and as a seller leads all other preparations in this market I recomend it because it 1b the best medicine I ever handled for A W coughs colds and cronp Baldbidge Millersville 111 For sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist Sewing Machines I have accepted the agency for the Domestic sewing machine and would be glad to furnish anyone Call and in need of a Domestic examine them AA AAAY A A A AAAAAAA YAA A A AA AA A AA V A 3 Thos A Joyce Opposite L N Station 430 Broadway 26 im My resi- Â¬ Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mks W B Rodman house on Ann street For Sale or Rent For Sale on Rent My dwelling tf J T Buckley in Â¬ BINDERY K Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style BROWNS IRON BITTERS of digestion Debility cures Dyspepsia the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job Work of all kinds solicited m vs y F FW I lv rfvi I I A BARGAIN FOR ONE IN LADIES MONTH with patent regulator for WATCHES jJHHHsYunaspSBBBBBBSiBBa BBBBBKv35sfaLBBBw9jBBBBsa H J Mi I I I ONLY iMARCH CEUJaa We are offering a ladies size gold filled case guaranteed to wear ten years with a nickel 15 jewel movement i I I iV ZZn BVEET answer CEfcjLO 3ES Nearing the Close The work on the new bridge will be completed next week The floor of the entire structure has been laid only a few joints in the chords remain to be riveted and the ornaments over the portals to be put up when the construction company will be f It General Commoiit 1 1 fift If m 1 I i 1 II i i t I I M e I I m m 1 m 1 m he would if he made a be compelled to President Eliots timely protest acknowledge that the brutality of against the too great indulgence in ignorance is made the forbearance of and the brutality of college athletics conscious power by the very educa Â¬ responses i8 awaking favorable throuchout the country Now seems tion against which he inveighs a eood time to start the work of a much needed reform in this direc- Â¬ The speech made by Hon Abram tion The average man has enough of the brute in him without educat- Â¬ S Hewitt on Washingtons birthday ing its development at the expense on thesubject of southern affairs has of everything else Courier Journal aroused much indignant protest in Editorial February 26th the South but it would appear from The province of the editorial page a full perusal of the whole address of a great paper should be and so that he has been misunderstood or seldom is to probe deeper into causes rather misrepresented While there and their relations to results than is considerable caustic comment in can be done in the news columns his remarks on the southern Repre- Â¬ which are a mere record of the most sentatives and Senators who opposed apparent of the results If the the repeal of the Silver Bill and the writer of the editorial quoted above confirmation of Hornblower and had read and studied what he terms Peckham and who are now advocathad ing the passage of the Bland bill to President Eliots protest given full and complet attention to coin the silver seignorage the tone the thorough and comprehensive of the whole speech is too friendly to articles on college athletics which be mistaken unless willfully so done have appeared in late numbers of by those whom the shoe pinches the leading reviews and above all His characterization of Blands pet had determined to look at the matter measure as an act to coin a vacuum from an unbiased standpoint instead is particularly apt and sustained by of Viewing it from a mind prejudiced logical reasoning There is more by sensational newspaper reports of room for difference of opinion the public exhibitions of college sports amongst those who believe in sound he would not have made such a business policy when he attempts to showing of a superficiality unworthy prove that to place coal and iron ore of so great a paper as the Courier on the free list will benefit Southern Journal mine owners but the address is e candid fraternal and in good taste It it is unfortunate that such edi- Â¬ It should be read in its entirety by torials as this from their brevity those who have been irritated by and greater acceptability to tlje garbled extracts from it masses should be more potent in forming public sentiment than the The trouble which Mr Bland has most logical and exhaustive argu Â¬ be- Â¬ had in securing a quorum for a vote ments by men who look further neath the surface of things That on his bill shows how the Democrats such is the case should induce those would like to adopt Mr Reeds rul In fact some of who write such editorials to be more ings if they dared Democratic newspapers which So much the careful of their premises has been said and written on the sub- Â¬ were the most vehement in their denunciations the Ozar ject that no excuse can be given for term Mr Reed ofhave already as they begun ignorance on the part of the writer to advise the adoption of the very Those who are really desirous of arriving at the4 concensus of opinion rule which they formerly declared a amongst the college faculties will find despotism The truth of the matter Â¬ how distorted it has been made to is that Mr Reed was right and his rulings will sooner or later be univer- Â¬ appear by reading the articles on the subject which were published in the sally adopted If a majority of the January numbers of The Forum and house is opposed to a bill there is no The North Amerioan Review But difficulty in making that fact known the last sentence in the editorial by having that majority present and quoted is an attack on athletes in voting or else paired off if all are general and not merely college unable to attend But if a minority attempts to block legislation it is athletics in particular right and proper that it should be The average man haB enough of ovorruled and Mr Reed is the only the brute in him without Educating man who has been able effeotually to its development at tho expense of do it The Recluse The logical infer Â¬ everything else ence from this is that all athletics are Electric Bitters more or less an education in brutal ity The average man is not a colle- Â¬ This remedy is becoming so well gian Neither is he one of those known and so popular as to need no All who have used exceptionally strong physical organ specialiomention sing the same song of Elo t Bitters isms from whom the ranks of prize praise A purer medicine does not fighters and professional athletes are exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Electric Bitters will recruited But the average man oure all diseases of the Liver and who is not educated in the Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils control of the muscles who does Salt Rheum and other affections not know how much the body caused by impure blood Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent can stand nor where to draw the line as well us oure all Malarial fevers For in the tax he puts upon the brain who cure of Headache Constipation and does not know how to obtain from Indigestion try ElectrioBitters En Â¬ each part of his being the best that tire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Price 50oaadl it is capable of furnishing this man at South Side drug store per bottle although brutal enough is less brutal 5 P H Carpenter than the average man who does Miles Nerve and Liver Fills know these things This is what the Courier Journal thoughtlessly de Â¬ Aot on new principle rogulatin clares How many intelligent read Â¬ the liver astomaoh and bowels thouc ers who can think for themselves the nerves A new discovery Dr and who have compared the men Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness of their acquaintance that belong bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for to the two classes will believe it I children Smallest men women and mildest surest dare say if the writer who made that 50 doses for 25 oentB SampleBfree at 45 ly statement were confronsed with the J W Gayles Frankfort Ky question candid SEI OEIMIIEIISrT TZEERZfcTTEaD I PocketKnives Razors The largest Stock and Lowest Pri Â¬ ces for the heist through with their contract If the south abutment was all right the bridge could be thrown open to travel in a few weeks or as soon as the approaches could be raised The earth is being taken out from behind the abutment prepa- Â¬ ratory to building the retaining wall and probably the work of repairing the damaged portions of the wall wHl begin next week The old bridge has been almost torn away and only the lower chords and piers remain Scissors and such as you are looking to purchase quality Â¬ M Is a ten page P GR AY HARDWARE MERCHANT Clmrcli Supper of the Southern will give Presbyterian Church a supper at Dudley Institute on Tuesday evening next March 6th from 4 to io oclock The charges will be for oyster course 25 cents and for ice cream course 25 cents Courier - Journal eight eoltnui Democratic News paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTEUSON Is the Editor OE Â¬ FOR SALE X3Zcruse Oct7 tf For and ffJI X iot The ladies Frioa 1A Year CO SEVEN LOCATED A HOUSE OFstreet south ROOMStooffered for on Conway side Is terms apply sale at n bargain CORMWELL -- The WEEKLY COURIER JODRNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample copies of tne paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to Hard Times but Still in the Ring Look at the following prices lbs Granulated Sugar 100 New Orleans sugar 25 pounds for 100 Arbuckles Lyon and XXXX 25 cents Best Gieen Coffee 2Vjconts iood Green Coffee 20 cents Meat per pound 10 ctnts Best Flour per 100 pounds 190 Polks Tomatoes 10 cents Sugar Com 10 cents Perfection Corn 12i cents Ciraiuel Syrup Mouses per gallon 30 cents Jelly per pound 5 cents Apple Butter per pound 712 cents Preserves per pound 10 cents 8 lbs Tabe Peaches 15 cents 3 lbs Pie Peaches 10 cents Maple Syrup per Juk 50 cents Good Tea per pound 35 cents Oat Meal per pound 4 cents Lima Beans per omul 5 cents Navy Beans perpuund 4 cents Prunes per pound 10 cunts French Sardines 15 cents Mustard Sardines 10 cents American Sardines 5 cents Gallon Can Apples 30 cents Marrowfat Pens 10 cents Everything else Just us cheap CASH ONLY Cor Cross und Murrjy 19 COURIER - JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ THE A severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled Mr J H Loper a well known druggist of DesMoines Iowa for over six months AND THE- AttimeB the pain was so severe that he could nob lift anything With all WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL he could do he could not get rid of will be sent one year to any address for 110 it until he applied Chamberlains Address Pain Balm Ionly mado three ap- Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Frankfort Ky plications of it he says And have He since been freo from all pain now recommends it to persons simi- Â¬ larly afflicted It is for sale by P REMOVES H Carpenter South Side Druggist ROUNDABOUT -- Home grown clover at Louisville prices Â¬ Mastin Bros Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve In the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum m U the feb 10 ly DANDRUFF AND CURES ECZEMA s Feb 20 lm E GARDNER PaiTOM Qavao Tnffon niinnnorl TTonrla Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Bale by Cleans 8 ly Carpenter Â¬ Phil Â¬ Scalp and Restores the suffering with weakness and emaciation who give little Mothers Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by all Druggists Frico 25c Ji TItADK HAHK MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to 1 CHICACO And all Points NORTH and WEST nourishment to babies should take Scotts jmmmmmmmmmmmmmT the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphltes It will give them strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse it Dont to KfCTanRH H rcAvkAi 5 i Emulsion ticilvit A haul marks bf M S hstlMut Frsparsd b Scott Bownt Y All DragtUts CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answer and an honest opinion write to IUUNN fc CO who have bad nearly nhj years experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation conoernlnK Fa testa and bow to obÂ¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientiao books sent free Patents taken through Munn ft Co reoelre special notloeinthe Mclentlflo American and thus are brought widely before the publio with Â¬ out cost to the InTentor This splendid paper tuned weekly elegantly Illustrated baa br far the largest circulation of any eoientloo work In the world S3 a year Sample copies sent free Building BdlUoiLBtontbly alio a year Hlngle cobles US cents Byery number contains beau Â¬ tiful Plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plana enabling builders to show the contracts Address latest detlms and HklUMM COPYRIGHTS t Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address S LBryan C P A WMDM KY OR LOUISVILLE OoTiixw Youk 3JL Bboadwat Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 3 t mqsFqrffiyi I 1 wj r V ri SJ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt tho post olTlce lit Frankfort Kentucky nasecoml oluBS mailable iimttor A Jjinv mid Order Club We are reliably informed that a law and order club has been formed in this city composed of a large number of our best citizens It is the purpose of the club to see that the laws generally and especially those concerning elec- Â¬ tions are enforced There has been too much lax administration of justice in the past and the club will endeavor to see that the violators of law are made to suffer for their crimes In this connection the attention of candidates is called to the fol lowing provisions of the law in regard to bribery at primary elections Article 13 Chapter 65 of the Acts of i89I-q2-- q3 reads as Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT tlV CO ki GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FttANKFORT MARCH 3 1894 fclL Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO Bible Society Meeting The seventy first anniversary meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society was held at the Baptist Church on Sunday evening and notwithstanding the inclement weather a large congregation was in attendance and greatly enjoyed the able address of Rev John A Broadus D D of Louisville The following officers were elected for the ensuing year Kobt L Green President The pastors of the county and city Vice Presidents John N Crutcher Secretary Richard K McClure Treasurer and Depositary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET They will short time Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts jajently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- Easement nf the Eapitil Hntel fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Hi s Â¬ n n Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST PATENT Â¬ Â¬ flf follows i K I S T Fortune Southern Presbyterian Church WH Posey Bapit Church S C Bull First PresbyH G Mattern terian Church R Rogers Christian Church Methodist Church At a mass meeting held at the St Johns A M E Church Sun- Â¬ day afternoon at 3 oclock the following executive committee was appointed on beha ol the colored people James Williams First Biptist Church Prof Mayo Corinthian Baptist Church Miss Mattie Lee Johnson Methodist E Church South Side Robt Todd St Johns M E Church 1 Â¬ Real Estate Transfers Sec 21 Any person guilty of receiving a bribe for his vote at an election or tor nis services or influence in procuring a vote or votes at an election shall be fined from fifty to five hundred dollars and be excluded from office and suffrage 1 Bribe or bribery means any reward benefit or advantage present or future to the party in SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE NEW YORK NY fluenced or intended to be influenced or to another at his instance or the promise of such To Propagate and Protect the Birds reward benefit or advantage The sportsmen in this vicinity 2 Money or other thing of value given or lent in whole or are raising money to send off to in part to be betted on the result Arkansas to purchase partridges of election or the promise there with which to restock the fields of or a bet with another that such in this section the relentless war other will vote for a named candi waged upon them by pot hunters date and the gift or promise of a anl the hard winter of last year share in any such bet made or to having almost exterminated this be made shall be deemed a bribe i game bird in this part of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Y Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND Jan21 lT ts ir - MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to give us a call sr W McKEE HARDIE L GAYLE ngnpri M ii K V I JOE T STATEN CO j Have purchased the entire stock of 11 Ml FURNITURE l n Of Frankfort Furniture Manu facturing Co 1 i Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct i SOLID OAK SUIT i i 3 When the birds are received and The following sales have been or other thing of value to be used turned loose they propose to see made the past week through the for the purpose of procuring or real estate agency of Messrs L influencing a vote or voters shall that they are protected by making every effort to enforce the law be deemed to have been bribed B Marshall Co I Mrs Carrie Goins to Robert Ueltschi fifteen acres of ground on Benson Judge George C Drane to E L Banta a lot fionting forty five feet on Taylor Avenue and run ning back to the river also a strip of ground lying in the rear of the lots of W K Utteiback and F P Lewis fronting about three hundred feet on the river and con- Â¬ necting with the rear of the lot first mentioned Â¬ Whoever shall bribe shall on conviction be another fined from fifty to one hundred dollars or imprisoned from ten to ninety days or both so fined and imprisoned and be excluded from office and suffrage Article 12 Chapter 65 of the Acts of 91 92 and 93 reads as Sec 22 follows recently passed by the Legislature for the protection of game OHEVAL fr 1500 1800 i i i bottle of the finest Cough cure on earth That is what we claim for Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a cough lb may cost you as many dollars or possibly your life When you feel the first symptoms go to P H Isnt much Twenty five Cents money but it will buy a Gome now and look we have 100 i Suits and over 300 Bedsteads i to sell in the next few months i 4i 226 ANN STREET I i m m Can Yon Guess - A guessing contest has been opened at the drug store of Messrs LeCompte Gayle Co on Uridge street Mr Robt W Tilford fhe polite and popular clerk of has opened a book in which to record the guesses of customers of that es tablishment as to the time when the new St Clair street bridge will be completed and thrown open to vehicles as well as pedes trians You do not have to make a purchase in order to entitle you to a guess and if you hit the right date you will be given a bridge souvenir spoon In case more than one makes the correct guess the spoon will be awarded by lot that establishment us B EN Hustling Candidates As the primary election to nomK inate candidates on the Democrat ic ticket for county offices takes place on Tuesday the candidates for the several positions are hustling day and night Monday is county court day and the last day before the election consequently the crowd in town that day will doubtless be large and stagger juice plentifuly w 1 Â¬ drug store invent 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure Sec 3 Any act or deed de and cure yourself d nounced an offense by the general Polsirrovc laws of the State concerning elec- Â¬ tions shall also be an offense in all The measles and election are all primary elections and shall be the go punished in the same form and It is said that Old Squire Dan manner as is provided for the Moore is going to be our next punishment of similar offenses judge by the general laws and all the The Steamer Ida Smith broke penalties and provisions of the her engine at this place to day general laws shall apply in such but was not detained long We had a speaking at this place cases with equal force and shall last Saturday and the abominable be as effective as though fully set liquor caused much confusion out in this article God lorbid that any nice moral man should be in such a fix A Natural Graft Chas F Exum and B G WilMr John C Frazier of the liams addressed the audience and Woodlake neighborhood brought were disturbed by liquor If it was for the candidates perhaps to this office on Thursday sections not they would not have been in such of limbs sawed from two different a fix not able to stand alone apple trees on his place which Mr Williams says if he is re- Â¬ were joined together by a natural elected that we will have a pike A twig from one having graft The marriage of Lee Harrod grown out against the other the and Rosa Straits took place at 10 end burroughing into the bark oclock last Sunday Ceremony and in time becoming engrafted by Rev J A Peters Dads Little Man into the opposite limb Â¬ I Carpenters A m A i i i Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware antf on LAWN MOWERS I 38 -- 1 Lead The Market cftaIFIOET 2 Xzicii CIKC M J J40 Or ie 500 vKrASr Street nwi 3 323 BIKOID YOU WANT to o et inrcasr i THIS OFFER greatly Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs DBPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Needing a tonic or children who want build ing up should take Biliousness LADIES OOKBt Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas assortment is unbroken the REDUGED PRIGES R ROGERS m it No Ammonia No Alunj It la BKOWNSIHON BITTERS pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion Liver Complaints and Neuralglu Used in Millions of Homes Aprl16 ljr 40 Years the Standard SON A Ai w J Of IR CRTTOTCaiESK ZFrealcleiit T W C3ETJ1IC3E3C33IZ Secretarsr THE KENTUCKY BUGGY -- ANU OP- - HARNESS WORKS BUILDERS FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND Surries Phaetoos Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles WE SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANYBODY I V IQ Farm Vngons Cultivators Corn Planters Disc Harrows Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver Plows Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagon Gear Plow Gear Ilames and Traces Backhands and Straps Cart Harness Track Chilled Harness 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 f 4 Y Several good second hand vehicles will sell cheap FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT ers and sisters to mourn her loss a husband and many friends be- Â¬ Clover Seed for Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE H3 p it Chesapeake NEW YORE TON Ohio Ry WASHING m m I f m I IV xw m 1 8 jp- II M wtvi- H Alt 11 i li I m i sides two sons Forrest and Price Bailey Forrest is a very fine mechanic of Indianapolis Indiana Jacksonville and Price a telegraph operator Both of more we come to the in Lebanon Indiana Once a head as empty as a them have lucrative positions and front with are nice genteel young menH We beggars purse Geo F Duncan our enter- extend to them our heartfelfsym prising tobacco agent is confined pathy The Roundabout is a punctual to the sick room with measles and welcome visitor every Satur- Â¬ Aunt Pollie Wade who has day and we urge every fair mind been suffering for a long time ed man if he is not taking it to with rheumatism is very low at for at once this writing with no hopes of re- subscribe to theit interests of Keep your posted as covery county and surroundings and Jim Johnson has a bad case of live and die a wiser and better measles and having no one to man Catch um wait on him but his father Uncle Logan who is old and feeble he Jo si ul Allens Wife is doubtless having a rouh time The famous authoress of My Opinstates ions and Betsy Bobbetts of it that she owes her freedom from colds Rev W Frank Clark and son and general good health during the Willie are in fair way to recover winter season to the use 01 Dr Hales re which Household A short time since gards as the Ointment medicine she the health again greatest of there were five down at once at M r age uia Dr tiaie having oeen ner Clarks among the number being physician years ago gives her greatÂ¬ confidence in all of Dr Hales Houseyour humble correspondent hold remedies the best in the world d Miss Lizzie McGruder of near Sold by PH Carpenter has made applicaGraefenburg Announcement tion for the spring school at We hope Graves school house No apology is necessary on the she may succeed as she is a com- Â¬ score of medical propriety for petent teacher and well liked by thus announcing to the profession those who patronized her in this and the public that we have made illation a long careful and special study Our neighbor Henry Thomas of cancerous diseases together Johnson met with a misfortune with all malignant and other this week while running some hay tumors and are able to offer the in his barn by falling through the results of our extensive experience loft and bruising himself up con- in Kentucky and surrounding siderably but not seriously we countries in a system of rational hope and successful treatment that we Morgan liohannon willr move believe has never heretofore been into the property formerly occu- Â¬ attained and we are able to point pied and owned by Owen Moore to thousands of successful cases on March ist Mr Moore having not in a boastincr but rather in a moved to his farm near Peytonia spirit of thankfulness that we are thusable to prove so clearly our election assertion that our system does Another registration will be held Saturday March 3d cure cancer With a positive The primary knowledge of this fact how so in Shelby county The can- Â¬ fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ is the 10th of March didates for the various offices to ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ be filled are hustling and several fession we should be wanting in are preparing to go up Salt river humanity if we neglected any Jno W Pulliam visited his means in our power to spreacl the sons in law J E Duncan and Fox glad tidings among those afflicted Billie Harrod near Bridgeport with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases Sunday We have printed a pamphlet We were elad indeed to peruse giving the symptons cause the items of interest from the varieties c of cancers and fluent pen of Close Observer in Anyone feeling inter tumors Hope he may last weeks issue a copy free by ad- Â¬ Billie is esting can get likewise continue to do dressing a hustler and if he dont care who Drs Current Smith knows we may have the untold Paris Ky 17 tf pleasure of saluting him as Squire Wear a stiff instead of Bill Salesmen AVanteil upper lip Observer and a stand ing collar for I am for you To sell Websters international edition 1894 and Mr James R Harrod and fam- Dictionary other works of standard value and ily and his two sons-in-laApply will move three miles Terms liberal to agents their familes Publishing House south of Shelbyville Thursday to Southwestern They have rented a farm and will Northern Bank Block Room 6 Lexington Ky 24 3t follow farming this year Seamstress or Sick Nuro It becomes our painful duty to record the death of Mrs Susan of 539 Mrs Sarah Parsons Jesse which occurred at her home the 21st Short street is prepared to take in here on Wednesday Mrs Jesse was a most or go to your residence and do inst estimable lady beloved by all and sewing or will act as a sick nurse a zealous and devout Christian Those wishing her services will apShe leaves several broth ply at the above number woman FRANKFORT MARCH 8 1894 Â¬ PT CD PHILADELPHIA BOSTON and all Eastern Ciies m i 1 QP CO Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nor 1st 1892 H CD J Mp CD C- CDv j I- Lye Leilneton 715 am Atlanta Express No 22 dally 11 au a m zb uauy ex sun Midland Accom k 0 615pm Vestlbuled Express No24 daily MtSterllng Accom No 28 dally ex Sun530p m EAST BOUND Â¬ OVJ CD Sgcfco r P P C mj Arr Lexington Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun 80 am 1245 pm Louisville Express No 21 dally Lexington Accom No 25dallyexSun4 15 p m ExpresSj No 23 dally 615pm Vestlbuled Polld Vestlbuled Tralna with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change No Bus transfers R W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky H W VULLER Genl Pass Agt WEST BOUND Â¬ PCD 2 Washington D C Asst Genl Pass C B RYAN Cincinnati Agt li N TIME TABLE e ia now The following time affect upon the L fc N r TBAINS UEST No231eavesFrankfort No 17 leaves No 21 loavos No 19 leaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort TBAINBEABT 950 a m 255 pm 735 pm 550 am WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS PROM THE USE OP o No No No N 18 I eaves Frankfort 1020 20 leaves Frankfort 453 24 arrives Frankfort 785 p jn 22 leaves Frankfort 855 pm- No 20 will stop nt Anchorage and 1 am pm DeclMy SAPOLIO ft HURSEY -- Christiausburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Noa 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraago Nor 28 and 21 oonneot for Cinoinnati at Anchorage for Bloomneld Branch W Kentucky Midland Ey Shortest and quickest between HANNEN CINCINNATI Frankfort lisle AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between DEALERS IN Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Wagons Carriages and Buggies OF Kajsiillt Cynthiana mouth and CoTington VIA KY TICKETS ASK FOR MIDLAND Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STAHDARQ TIME TIMETABLE TBAINS Lv Frankfort Lv Lv K NOV 26 1893 AST A 1AMIPMIPM No 1 I No 3 No 7 100 110 125 Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 KT3ST STIeEIE1- - F 17 M Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Summit Elkhora LvSwltzer Lv stamping Ground Lr Duvall Lv Joun4on Georgetown C S Depot Newtown 700 7H6 400 4 06 4 SI 711 718 736 742 74J 758 dOH 412 4 20 72 438 443 140 200 210 220 236 320 336 346 B Centrevllle Elizabeth Parts 0 I a30 A 82U I 816 P M No 4 I 506 517 525 529 A 4t0 300 400 PM 540 M I M Â¬ 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN VctwfcQ Cmilnuatl 23 90 TRAINS WEST C Lv Parts I ArEllzabeth Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar No 2 9 06 IN08 INolJ Centervllle Georgetown C S Depot Newtown B w U iriPini that thaQuttn nl Cretnnt limit li IT mllti ihortrst ami Lexington iMmitr tliorltit Cincinnati to lur inllr ihurtett Cincinnati tu New Orleanut Km mllta aliurUik mlnnhums Cinilnnull to Clwttanuoga Atlanta ur JuckaunvilU Florida Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Duvall at Stamping Ground Johnson bwitzer Klkuorn Summit Frankfort A 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1166 1202 1210 915 920 928 940 650 600 604 630 a35 642 648 655 7 08 T3 525 645 600 4f8 612 715 721 730 749 800 aiO aSO aeo 906 915 925 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS et ten all of the aboro jiolnta Through Cnn to Ylekitrarn anl Mirevc tlirouuli iir Cincinnati to hnoxiillo and lort Only linn running liu to ami Mexico l New Orleans or Aihevtlle N V DlrU Krum iiniUfllle Atlc agtmti about tmira to California ix Shreveport hhelbyvllle ami Ia renccburg direct ooucUon It mJo at Lexington A connects with L ft N B connects with Q ft C and L S C connects with K C Tu SUNDAY TRAINS lthYtluuliatrUutollioloWtoiitn ho a in Gtul Iuitr Agent niNKAKSON Cincinnati O 1210 p Frankfort 945 a m Arr Georgetown 1040 Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort 111 Â¬ fe QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecÂ¬ tions fona the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information npplv to their asente E B WEITZKL 0 D BERCAW City Ticket Agent Gen t ius Agt HARPER Gen Supt GEOB ww 6 I W ijwwPPifircjrjwaimiHiwMW - iVivr v vvi j vtl - V MASTIN BROTHERS the agency and will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H H Bab cock H A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Evans Legar Harrows Stoddard Avery Walton Plows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Bakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc We have secured ooivdiEi c ExninsnE stock W A GAINES MASTIN BROTHERS RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Public worship at the Baptist Church to morrow V Ik morning and evening will be conduct- Â¬ ed by Rev W C Taylor the pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in tlie a s Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending March 3 1894 Â¬ Marks James Ahrens W A chapel Watson required no second bid Â¬ Bailey Dennis V Middleton Rev R P Gregory Dr B The Gaines Miss Fan- - McQuarter Robt Catholic Church Rev Father ding he loved such work Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Nunn S O retired cha- Â¬ nie Donley of Louisville will conduct larger expedition share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased Newsome Rev Harris Mrs B the services at the Church of the grined while the crew of the Howland Gilbert Daniel barge with white covers on their Holbrook Miss Peiffor Miss Dillie A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Good Shepherd to morrow Pitman J O Fannie Low mass at 8 a m High mass at caps to distinguish them from the Putnam A C enemy armed with cutlasses and Hamon J A 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Hairies Jesse Redden Gretrude revolvers pulled at a swinging Harvey Mrs Mol- - Rose Mrs Rilda Christian Church Rev George stroke straight for the entrance to ley Salvers Miss Dora Darsie preaches to morrow morning the Confederate works The fort Loving Mrs Han- - Smith Mrs G A SharpeMiBsElizey nah at 11 oclock as usual At 730 p m loomed up through the darkness Tharp Thos Lane J H FRAME RESIDE tCE OF FRAME The Mission Band holds an open stern TWO STORY Cross street iuar Conway SERN A TWO STORY DOUBLEConway BESIDENCE Â¬ while a Langford Mrs and forbidding This on on Cross street near ThU proper Sim J Henry Is very desirable property and will be rented at a ty has a very goad lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ meeting to which all are invited Thomas Ada sharp lookout for the hull of the Rosa hood and will be sold lit a low llgure moaernie price Thompson Abe Young Peoples Society of Chris blockader was maintained She Miner F F U Metts James Withelm tian Endeavor in the lecture room at was discovered by a keen eyed McConnellGeorgeWhitness W L Mrs 650 young topman lying in the deep W shadows of an angle of the fort When calling for these letters say Episcopal Church There will be RESIDENCE ON SECOND FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM There was no delay or nonsense advertised THE LARGE BRICK S B Holmes P M South Frankfort known as the Uanna A Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a the usual service at Ascension Church about it no appealing to the men property This property has lnrge grounds fine resldenco of ti rooms 2 tenement houses 2 toshade ttees and Is a very desirable location bacco and stock barns beside all other neces on Washington street between Main Twice on Fire either for a home or boarding bouse to fight manfully There was no sary Improvements All of the Improvements and Broadway to morrow at 11 a m Including the fencing on this property ore new occasion for that with the men of and In nrst class condition This farm has a and 730 p m The Lenten services The storeroom of Judge J N quantity of line tobacco land and would also make The barge was during the week will be held in the the Hartford a first class stock farm It also lins a young FOR SALE Crutcher was set on fire twice on pencil orchard of n thousand trees besides other chapel every afternoon at 430 oclock headed direct for her the men boarding just forward of the star- Â¬ Thursday by sparks from the TWO PTORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM fruit except Wednesday and Friday On 14 acres The demor- Â¬ smoke stack of Pences saw mill Is good property of land in Bridgeport This Wednesday and Friday service at board paddle box and Is offered at a bargain McOready alized crew were driven in all di- There is a metal roof upon the Rev R L 630 p m oclock they returned reporting that they could not find the wreck Farragut summoned his aid Lieutenant Watson Watson take my barge and a dozen men go in there and destroy that blockade runner Advertised Letters at Frankfort L B MARSHALL Kentucky L 6 MARSHALL CO k Real Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOE RENT M FOR SALE n tfiS Â¬ FOE RENT FORSALE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ 3 Â¬ rector m m to m will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Xecturo Room at 645 p m You are First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D invited Rev H G occupy his pulpit Henderson will to morrow morning and evening at the usual hours Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Church Ki Ht Rev will Clay Lilly the pastor occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m B Southern Presbyterian Church rections many seeking safety in flight ashore giving the alarm to the garrison With dextrous hands the sailors strewed combustibles in various parts of the vessel and placing a large tank of powder in the midst of the machinery the torch was applied Fort Morgan had now opened a plunging fire and as the barge pulled off shore flames burst from all portions of the doomed craft revealing a company of soldiers advancing at a double quick down the broad beach But the game had slipped through their fingers The shot from the fort made the water boil and foam around the the barge but none struck her and as the first red streaks of dawn tinged the east Watson re- Â¬ ported his mission to the admiral as accomplished Â¬ store but the sparks were blown under the tin 35000 The Modern Way Commends itself to the well formed to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disa To cleanse the greeable as well syste and break up colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs 11 Â¬ ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we are authorized to sell for three hundred aud fifty 15 dollars Â¬ FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ Johnston on Snelby street now occupied by dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land is Mrs L B Longmoor Possession given about In a high state of cultivation the Improvements 1st of December are In fine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain FOR SALE FOR RENT A FOR Dacco barns apple orchard and other necessary improvements This land Is mostly in timber and grass ami will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a bargain FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRES 8 MILES from Frankfort on a good turnpike road with residence tenemenWiouses stock und tc A ALE FOR RENT good repair and we are authorized to 15 Stockholders Meeting miles from Frankfort A GARDEN FARM OF 12 ACRES WELL IM proved located on a good turnpike road 3 COTTAGE ROOMS ON A FRAME street South OF SEVENpropertylsln Conway Side This per month rent It at Rev George Darsie preaches at the Bridgeport Christian Church She Committed Suicide m I the circumstance and ordered an expedition to be formed com posed of two boats from each ship amounting to one hundred men who undercover of darkness pulled in for the beach At three Mrs P O Cone at Paris left this letter My husband Forgive me if I 3Suval Exploit A Gallant cause vou trouble but I surfer so You do not know what these long In the March issue of Blue and wakeful wretched nights are to me the pain Gray Union Jack tells the fol- Â¬ and I am so tired darling not easy to will never be better It is lowing story of a gallant exploit take my own life but I have been sick so Hart- Â¬ T Iova long Goodbye my husband of a boats crew of the This is one vnii vmir wlffl ford under the guns of Fort of the thousands that gives up in using Dr Miles Restorative Morgan Mobile Bay The Lieu- Â¬ stead of and being speedily cured of Nervine wuayie tenant Watson referred to is Capt their wretchedness Goto J and trial and get an elegant book 0 J Crittenden Watson who was bpttle free raised in this city and born and Dr Hales Household Ointment now in command of the iron clad San Francisco on the Pacific Sta- Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures tion Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures On the night of August ist an Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures English blockade runner favored Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids by circumstances ran through the Cures Coughs and Colds Can be fleet but was pressed so closely taken internally A positive specific Bruises Burns by pursuing gunboats that run- Â¬ for pneumonia CutB long standing Chilblains Sores of ning too near to the land her keel Corns and Bunions are cured quickly took the bottom at a point close different from all else superior to all under the guns of Morgan else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Sold at P H Large size Farragut was much annoyed by Carpenterscheapest 8 drug store m 1 at 230 p m WILL BE A MEETING OF THE stockholders ot tbe Peaks Mill Turnpike Road Company at Lou Churchs store In Peaks Hill Ky on March 13th at 2 p m By order of ZACK CHURCH President R CHOATE LEW CHURCH Secretary and Treasurer Formerly of Wakefield fc Mar 3 2t L B MARSHALL Clioate L H FINNELL CO n JOHN DRISC0LL H G MATTERS PLAITING MILL AND TE3IE- - THE HOGSHEAD FACTORY Liquor A Merchant opposite State House W3 V PliiiiiilianlEi 334 MAIN STREET PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobuecu hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I nra prepared to furnish SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES AND full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROiDWAY April 16 ttV ALt KINDS OF Â¬ FRANKFORT for O as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For CHOATE Sept 2 Houfl TintaBoilit or Sawed 1 SlU DOUBLE Uy BREECH LOADER FINNELL lv WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELL ON the stump or who want sawing done by tbe had better call on R H Suter who has hundred the best portable saw mills in Kentucky also ma Â¬ chinery to manufacture the rough grades ot Umber into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to B H SUTER move anywhere stint inns from WUeliMtff TiftnlUtr RBTOlTBl Prurt COCking One automatic Wjl lewfiielmtiir Umtllg AM 8U Mil 1893 1688 cox Gibbs sewing machine on hal SUa fr frHf MaltfM iUlOTprmt Machine very reasonable terms SIMPLE GRIFFITH in gpod repair Apply at 227 1 5 Main Street LOUISVILLE VX f Marlb lJ Third street South Side For Sale 1200 to 45000 1925 10 11200 PlflM 1200 tO 11000 125 IICM Flltti MM Ma Posts Dec80m Peaks Mill Ky m Fine Farm for Rent I have for sale 2000 A No For POSTS 1 CEDAR further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold limits on the Georgetown pike containing tobacco barn and 266 acres large residence stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Â¬ Possession given March 1st lbi For particu lar a ypr to kbaNKOHINN Frankfort Kr July22 tf DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY Feb 2 tf liJVri vVamkiWM kMiaii FswW v VS 7 f 1 VSTE 7liile tbe37- can get the beinefit of our IjO w UPrices - TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in our line Note a few of the items below I IlXrVI T EI ALL C Pm A General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets DEATH OP MR CLTJRE A M A COLLINS Matrimonial Opposite the Farmers Bank 9 II Mc Deaths Mr fohn W Branch an old and highly respected citizen of the Branch After an Illness of Five Weeks Â¬ MUM sil I m 3- - ffi m EftJj m Mi un W Ml IP z at acj y ll m M m m i ji ir mm IV IIWW I - fi J m citizen has gone to his reward morning after a lingering illness In a quiet and unassuming man- with cancer The deceased was ner shunning notoriety he had for many years a resident of Shelgone in and out among this peo- by county but about thirty years ple for nearly forty years and ago removed to this county to by his genial kindly disposition reside He leaves two sons Mr had won the love and respect of A Butler Branch with whom he all classes alike and few persons made his home and Mr T G have died in this city whose loss Branch of Missouri He was will be more universally regretted twice married his last wife by Passionately fond of children and whom he had no children only having none of his own the little preceding him to the grave a few folks in the families of all his years ago For many years he friends soon learned to love him had been a member of the Asso- Â¬ and welcome his coming with a ciate Reform Presbyterian Church glad shout They regarded him and was a conscientious Christian as one of themselvss and his gentleman The remains were interest in their sports added taken to Troy Woodford county fresh zest to their play on Tuesday jnd laid to rest by When it was known yesterday the side of his last wife in a pri morning that his spirit had fled its vate burying ground tenement of clay the remark was Delaney Mrs Chas Delaney A good man frequently heard died Sunday morning at her home has gone and the city can ill afford near Peaks Mill and the remains to lose any such as he were buried Monday in the family Albert Hodges McClure was burying ground born in Owenton on the 3d of Mrs Gip Graham Graham November 1841 and when six VVednesday at Thorn Hill teen years of age came to this died Her funeral took city to learn the printing business aged 24 years entering the office of the old place Thursdsy Harp The infant child of Mr Commonwealth He worked at his trade until about the close of William Harp died at the home of the war when he was appointed a its parents in this county- - Tuesday United States Gauger a position night aged three years he filled for eight or ten years Haydon Mrs F T Haydon In 1869 he entered into a partner- Â¬ of this county died at the home ship with his brother Mr R K of he in Williamstown McClure ir the boot shoe book on Tuesday and the remains were and stationery business but about brought here and interred Thurs- Â¬ five years ago he sold out his in day morning in the family burying terest and retired Upon the organ- ground near Bloomington The ization of Jhe Kentucky Midland deceased went with her husband Railway Company he was elected early in the winter to visit her its Secretary and was afterwards daughter at Williamstown and in a made Secretary of the Gas and short time both were taken sick Water Companies all of which Her husband died and at the time positions he held at the time of of his death she was too ill to at In January 1893 he tend the funeral and as the above his death was also elected City Treasurer and announcement shows never recovwent out of office only a few days ered from her illness and the loss before his last illness She was of her lifes partner For many years he had been a a sister-in-laof Capt Sam San sufferer from asthma and in Janu Â¬ ders of this city and a sister of ary took a deep cold while attend- Messrs Jas T and Frank Duvall ing the funeral of a Jriend which of this county and an earnest brought on pneumonia the latter Christian lady a member of developing into tuberculosis and Bethel Baptist Church for many causing his death at 1245 oclock years He had long Thursday night Houbard The infant child of been a member of the First Presbyterian Church and in his last Mr J C Hubbard died at the hours gave expression to the joy home of its parents on Holmes he felt at the prospect of a glorious street Tuesday aged six months The funeral took place Wednesday rest beyond the tomb He leaves a widow formerly and the remains were interred in Miss Mary A Middleton of Shel the cemetery byville to mourn his death who Mastin Mrs Jane Mastin died has the sincerest sympathy of a at her home in Woodford county The de- Â¬ large ciicle of friends in her lone on Thursday afternoon9 ceased was the mother of Mr J ly widowhood The funeral will take place this W Mastin and grandmother of afternoon at 4 ocloek from the Messrs John C Gilbert and Will Mastin of this city First Presbyterian Church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Bridgeport precinct this county died at the home of Allie McClure is dead and a his son Mr A B Branch three noble hearted upright honorable miles west pf thte city Monday Hoge Wright The marriage of Mr S French Hoge of this county and Miss Mary Wright o Little Rock Arkansas has been announced to tike place on the 1 ith of April The groom is the popular son of Col Chas E Hoge President of the Mason Foard Co and is at present en gaged in looking after a portion of Â¬ FALL k WINTER 03F1- - STOCK BOOTS SHOES --J37- HATS CAPS son-in-la- w the work upon the Chicago drainage canal near Romeoville Illinois where the Mason Foard Co have an immense contract The bride-to-b- e is a beautiful and ac complished young lady who has visited friends in this section and was much admired Mr H W Scott the clever and energetic time keeper for the Seckner Construction Company will take with him to his home in Chicago next week a handsome young lady of this city as his bride If Scottie continues to hustle in the future as lively as has done during his stay in this city the young lady will have no reason to regret her choice as he will be sure to take good care of her The following marriage licenses have been issued by County Clerk Smith this week Mr Quincy Lee Smith and Miss Carrie Perry of the Peaks Mill neighborhood Mr W L Vanderventer and Mrs Ma y A Wilhoit Mr John Cole and Miss Newell H Hulett Mr Samuel Roberts and Miss Tinie Phillips Mr Jas M Sullivan and Miss Emma Scantlan Mr John Ken ney and Miss Mary Onan Â¬ Fi t NTCIM prices are right SONS We have the best goods the largest stock and To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked B m Tffl 3s An Unseen Enemy Is more to bo dreaded than nn open and visible one That subtile and lurking foe whlcli under the generic name of malaila manifests Itself when It clutches us In lis tenacious grasp In the various forms of chills and fever bilious re Â¬ mittent dumb ague or ague cake can only be effectually guarded against by fortifying the sys Â¬ tem against Insidious ntUcks with Ilostetters Stomuch Bitters a thorough antidote to the poison of miasma In the system and a safe guard against It thoroughly to be relied upon In the event of it malarious attack avoid poisoning your system with quinine and use instead this wholesome remedy unobjectionable In taste and far more efficacious than any drug Use tue Dltters for dyspepsia biliousness consti Â¬ pation kidney complaints und rheumutlam Â¬ At our goods Wh know what you need have the goods and will please you m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ R K MCLURE SON a a S4 Â¬ W 3J Coppersmith 8 The Jewelers price bulletin day clock 250 30 hour clocks 1 to 2 Gold Filled watches gio Sterling Silver spoons in teas 3 2 Tables to 6 Desert 8 to 12 to 15 odd spoons in sterling 75 cts to 150 hat pins 25 cts to 125 stick pins 10 cts to 0 cts The handsomest line ever brought to Frankfort I dont in tend to let hard times affect my business as I am determed to move the goods 1 w Â¬ Â¬ i m s Â¬ 1 m To the M K ence Church Confer Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Railway t - Cincinnati and return at one and one third fare to delegates attending the the annual conference of the M E Church March 27 to April 3d on the certi cate plan will sell tickets C Â¬ D Bercaw G P A l lj f k WwW I 1 w Mr TV For the past 30 days THE BRIDGE i MUDDLE has claimed the attention of the public To day this entire community is wild over the great MUST GO None to be packed away An additional big cut for the next M ro a CRUTCHER 3 o DAYS snirtsaie 3STO-SX7- OILT AJZ7 -- STARKS 52 childrens suits old style all wool were sold for 5 to 7 go at JB 275 Â¬ 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 Cluette Coon white shirts pique bosoms that were retailedall over the country at 150 go in this sale at 5c 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 citizens have ever had to secure real values at half prices single breasted splendid values at SI 5 and 12 go in this sale at 7 125 mens all wool shirts r mens ulsters that were in this sale at 3 21 6 go 65 boys suits long pants ags 13 to 18 last season styles were 15 12 10 go in this sale at 650 Remember this sale is for cash as no goods are to be charged at these prices M CRUTCHER Marcli Weatlier STARKS KET CRUTCHER ANNOUNCEMENTS STARKS I mssmKSBssMsmmtsmKsassaasstsssti DR B 9 Rev Irl R Hicks makes the following forecast of the weather Jor this month We begin with a repetition ol lour warnings of a hard and stormy About the 3d the begin- Â¬ March ning of a storm period will show A Physician itself in westerly regions by a falling barmometer and rising Seldom recommends a proprietary temperature The wind will shift medicine A great many use our the thermometer Household Remedies both in their to southerly families and in their practice Dr will continue to rise and the bar- N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes mometer to fall until extremes of us that be has had occasion to use Ointment both are reached and until general Dr Hales Household and thinks in cases of burnB it violent storms develop and several equals and Ho writes he has has few start on their eastward career also used the Dr Hales Household is The first storm period would end Tea in his own family and finds itdo so good that he cannot afford to under normal conditions about without it It is the great blood pu- Â¬ Positively the 6th but the New Moon falling rifier and nerve tonic dyspepsia on that date and the combined cureB etc 25 constipation bilious- Â¬ ness and 59 cents per pack disturbing powers of Mars Earth age at P H Carpenters drug store and Venus being so near the crisis d a series of hard and dangerous IJand Seekers Excursions storms will most likely settle about the 7th with continued storminess Would be pleased to have all past the reactionary disturbances farmers or others who are inter- Â¬ On central on the 8th and 9th ested drop us a card asking for and touching the nth is tie information about our Land Seek- Â¬ annual crisis for magnetic and ers Excursions electrical perturbations Tickets at one fare for the round The 14th is the center of the trip from Cincinnati Louisville A day or or Lexington Ky to points in next regular period two previous to that date indica- Â¬ Kentucky Tennessee Alabama tions in western parts of the con- Â¬ Mississippi and points in Georgia tinent will plainly show that ener- Â¬ as ftir east as Augusta also to Watch New Orleans and Mobile getic storms are brewing the temperature the veather re- Â¬ Excursions January 8th Febru- Â¬ ports your own barometer and the ary 8th March 8th and April 9th clouds During the 13th to 17th Limited to twenty days for return Ihe storms will reach their crisis Write to W P Cooley T P and make their sweep Irom the A Cleveland O C A Baird western to the eastern extremes T P A Detroit Mich or A J of our continent At the close of Lytle N P A Chicago Ills storms each section in its turn will for information as to rates etc be struck by a polar wave of great and for literature on the South or severity for the season Centered to on the 20th 2 1st and 22d we W C Rinearson G P A hav the full moon with partial Cincinnati O eclipse of same the equinoctial Â¬ Â¬ 25th to 29th inclusive and the storms of the period will show the same characteristics as those of earlier periods of the month Where March storms culminate in heavy very high temperature lightning hail with thunder and The month may be looked for will close cold and fair generally liOUISVILIiE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE For Jailor of Jailer ot Franktlln county subject to the action ot the Democratic party 15 te We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as u candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are uuthorlzeil to announce MINUS WIL Â¬ LIAMS us a candidate for re election to the ottlce W I KELLEY OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Trash dark or damaged tobacco trash Sales on our market for the week 6181 hhds with receipts for the same period of 3709 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 35269 hhds Sales oftnecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 39116 hhds Sales this week were the next to the largest of the season The mar ket continued throughout the week brisk and active All grades of new burley with high color were some stronger the very common grades greenish or dingy in color were higher than they were ten days since by 25 to 50 cts per hundred We note no change in the common medium or good grades of red fillers The fine grades of fillers which have been selling 14 to 20 cts showed some weakness The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 croD just closed amount to FHOENTX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY For Assessor We are authorized to announce JAS DESMOND OCONNOR as a candidate for Assessor of Frank Â¬ lin county Subject to the action ot the Republi Â¬ can party We are authorized to announce LEWIS A HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca HARROD as a cnudld ite for Assessor ot Franklin operation uu d with little or no pain county subject to the action ot the Democratic party REEERENCES Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturady March 3 1864 March 17 1894 March 31 1894 April 14 1892 1 li 3 A i For County Judge We are authorized to announce B fi WIL Â¬ LIAMS as u candidate for re election to the otllee of Cunty Judgaof Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Squire DAN MOORE as a candidate for County Judge ot Frank Â¬ lin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Dec 0 te V Berberlch Frankfort K Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky ff J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jus MWlthrow Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Kr fi 2 50 4 50 Common Oolory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory Common lugs not colory 4 00 6 00 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 7 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 00 11 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf DR KELLEYS ofllceund residence Is at 29 West Eighth streetClndnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases 3 50 Wciare authorized to announce RJBPRT B and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one 4 00 FRANKLIN as a can II late for County Attorney by addressing W I KELLEY M D ot Franklin county subject to the action of the 269 W Eight St Cincinnati O Democratic party 7 60 CONSULTATION FREE 5 00 Sheriff 7 50 We are authorized to announce R D ARM STRONG as u candidate for Sheriff of Franklin 9 00 county subject to the action of the Democratic 11 0C party November 1894 15 00 For Comity Attorney A For Â¬ Select or wrappery 18 OOfa 18 00 21 50 For County Clerk We are authorized to nnnoume N B SMITH us u candidacy for re election to the nfllce ot County CI trk or Franklin county subject to the action ot the Democratic party 20 te Prls yUMD Grave Mistakes Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ takes in treatment of Heart Disease The rate of sudden deaths is daily in Â¬ creasing Hundreds become victims of the ignorance of physicians in the One in treatment pf this disease four has a diseased heart Shortness of breath palpatation and fluttering Irregular pulse choking sensation asthmatio breathing pain or tender Â¬ ness in side shoulder or arm weak hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure 1b the only reliable remedy Thous Â¬ testify to its wonderful cures ands Books free Sold by For Magistrate We ure authorized to announce JAMFS A LYtN as a candidate for Justice of the Ieate in District No 2 corks of Kl horn subject to te the action ot the Democratic party fuPifllclk 8EE3Erw Sept 23 FOR SALE OR RENT STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE STORY A TWOBellepolnt BUCK STOREROOM Benson residence- combined located on is offered for sale or rent - AND J W Gayle 6 Avenue possession given March 24 2m department separately It desired 1st To Arkansas and Texas March 13 April 10 13 May the 8th the Ky Midland and will sell tickets to points in Arkan- Â¬ sas Texas and Louisiana at one See fare for the round trip agents for further information C D Bercaw G P A Will rent either Apply to JOB HMITH next door Feb V-XTSria Mars equinox which is central on road will sell tickets to San Fran- Â¬ Ac- Â¬ The last storm cisco and return for 9165 February 23th cif March will run from count Midwinter Fair period l centers of Mertury Earth Venus Vulcans reactionary disturbances and the direct pressure of the Midwinter Fair The Kentucky Midland RailÂ¬ Four weeks by our method teaching bookÂ¬ keeping Is equal to twelve weeks by the old style Positions guaranteed under certain conditions Our tree 66 and 80 page catalogue 8end for them Draughons will explain all Business College and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Cheap board No vacation Enter anytime Address J Dkadohon Pres Nashville Tena tf Vi t Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office Jti kfiMi