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SHSBfflPKSa smsemssm The Fbamfobt Rousdabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED FJRANKFOET KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 27 VOL XV J I Highest of all in Leavening Power SATURDAY MARCH 10 1894 Latest U S Govt Report JMSTKIJSSIXO ACCI DENT l M Bkin o Powde the kind was to be given out here soon he would have little trouble in securing it Mr John T Buckley has the contract for repairing the south abutment and expects to complete it in about two weeks In the meantime the approach to the north end will be constructed so that when the stone work at the south side is done the bridge will be nearly ready to throw open for all kinds of travel ioni Which Mr C T I Yucnum Lost Ills Hand Business and Professional Direct ry MMIAKDS - I mj I ABSOLUTELY PURE DEMOCRATIC 1111 MA ItV A Quiet Day and Close Contests V S w and will also Klve special attenton to the pur All the saloons in the city were chase and ale of leal estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans closed on Tuesday in consequence of the Democratic primary elec W J CI IINX JR tion and the day was a very quiet Attorney it Law one there being no excitement Frankfort Kentucky about the polls although several of Will practice In all St ite Courts Ofllce second the races were hotly contested Moor Custom lloue At night the returns as they came NKWSDEAIEH in from county precincts were GUY BARRETT bulletined at the Court House News Dealer and where a large crowd gathered to TJurglnrled Bookseller hear the news and remained patiently until the last precinct The grocery store of Mr H R 232 Main Street ItsuMltuki iTescrlptlon ciretnlly anil accurately lllled at all Fine statlMiei Periodic ils of all kinds Fancy 7 1P1 n vie of fl lo rrrrkr rf Qrti-it-i- l was heard from which was nearly Goods To neglect caring for a cough or cold hour A line line ot Fancy Toilet Articles midnight The races for County and Bridge streets was entered by Every time von cough you increase IAlNTKIK KLOlR AND FEED Judge Attorney Jailer and a thief who stole a smaU amount J started that in a snort time is DOXALDSOX Assessor were the ones in which of money from the cash register difficult to control Dr Hales House- - REOCK IV B BRIDCEFORD hold Cough Cure has such a magic the most interest was felt there but so far as can be learned noth effecL upo a cough Maylng all ri Feed and Flour Meal The Pninter being virtually no contest for the ing else was taken Country Produce An entrance tation so quickly that every person4 in uiu mini atiuiuu iiiwiiva uuve i uui10 St Clair Street other offices and when a return was effected through a cellar grat- - tle of this wonderful medicine on Fined Block South Side to begin taking at once upon outers KHh mil Came in season choice Wall Id per Paints Oils and Uliss constantly on came in that sent one or the other in- which was not locked down hand hand Ilekl- - mii Pie mes the first appearance of a cold It candidates to the front a wild yell 1 he cash register was taken trom costs only 25c and 50c a bottle at a llVKHY uarfkntkhs urug store WlXEf When its place on the showcase and r went up from his friends it was finally learned that Judge carried to the cellar where it was DARXHLL MAXOAX GEO B SALEXDER Williams had won the race for the prized open and about two dollars Bridire Saloon Fine Livery county judgeship a crowd gathered and fifty cents in change left in Terms Reasonable 45 St Clair Street and marched to his residence the register over night was carried sabtk w a W aBa California Wines a Wine and Liquor dealer tx w mH 219 Main Stieet specialty corner of Second and Main streets off The thief was evidently an S KH H m bub and made that end of town ring amatucr else he would have with their shouts of victory known that all he had to do to We give below a list of success open the cash drawer was to touch Is receiving all ful candidates and the vote in one of the keys and it would Â¬ Lowest detail will be found in another come open itself and he would Designs have been saved the trouble o flThe column ces for County Judge 13 G Williams prizing off the side with the knife jn wnjte goods 849 yards to select County Attorney J II Pols used for cutting up bacon in the from all very handsome patterns choice 10 cents a yard grove store Another new thing in Wash County Clerk N li Smith Why Dont You Stop Goods for Waists or Dresses such as you i Sheriff R D Armstrong These words are very familiar to Jailer Minus Williams Heavy good goods in White our readers as not a day passes with Assessor M It Dorten CTS out the report of the sudden death of Stripe or Dot ONL some prominent citizen The expla- - A YARD Coroner W S Dehoney nation is Heart Disease Therefore A handsome line ot Dress Oing Surveyor Tom K Jett beware if you have any of the follow- lng symptoms Short Breath Pain in hams for spring wear 25 different MAGISTRATES AND CONSTAIIMiS Side Smothering Spells Swollen patterns to select from only S The following gentlemen were Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak Cents a vnrj and ever Piecx 5tU and Hungry Spells Tenderness in nominated for Magistrate and shoulder and Arm Fluttering ol TTfinrfc ni Tvrpjrtilnv Pnlsfl Thflum Pretty as a Picture Constable in the five districts of symptoms mean heart disease remedy is Dr The most reliable the county Miles New Heart Cure which has Handsome Percales will make First District saved thousands of lives Book of i0oiftri cu u k mc HARDWARE MERCHANT 1W testimonials free at J W Gayles wide only w7 Magistrate R E Gaines 12JC cents a yard who also sbIIb the New Heart Oure 1 Constable II D Harrod We have printed a pamphlet AmiounccimMit Second Distiict Out Tfie Hswest Tfiino NiurM III Old Slnud cause naoolofi is necessarv on the giving the symptons Magistrate Jas A Lyon of cancers and varieties c score of medical propriety for Mr A Hartsteiu ha rented Anyone feeling inter Constable E J Flynn Collars and Cuffs also Chemi thus announcing to the profession tumors ting can get a copy free by ad the storeroom on St Clair street setts for ladies in White or Fancy and the public that we have made Third District Magistrate Lawrence Ilannen at present occupied by Mr Sol just received they will be all the i Innfr mrHfnl rind snecial studv dressing rage Smith Di5 Cuuukst n ir of cancerous diseases together J Jill HID UIJ Will KlllUVb in Ullll Constable Scott Hampton Paris Ky Ham berg Edgings and Linen with all mahirnant and other 17 tf 111 wiiiik i run 11111 r vi iiiisiiintiii Fourth District lces tI can show you the largest tlmorSi and are able to offer the Magistrate J J Harrod Srwliiir Mtuhiiu iiuiiliiiiiMniimiiMuuuiUanc am tlle 0wcst prices m resuts 0f our extensive experience Mr Hartsteiu did Frankfort first of April surrounding Ii Moore jn Kentucky and Constable J I have accepted the agency for a nourishing business within two count ies in a system of rational Fifth District the Domestic sewing machine and DOST JfOI UET MK land successful treatment that we would be glad to furnish anyone Magistrate Chap H Thomas doors of his new stand about believe has never heretofore been Constable J C McChesney twenty years ago and his coming Call and on Hosiery can fjive you any attained and we are able to point in need of a Domestic back to the street is like returning examine them grade color or size at low prices to thousands of successful cases Conl nut CoinploUd home after a long absence Twos A Jovci Calico not in a boasting but rather in a of A large variety 430 Broadway Mrl J I Seckner who had lileached and unbleached Muslin spirit of thankfulness that we are Tin MndtTii Wnv N Station 26 im Opposite L the contract with the King Bridge Commends itself to the well Sheeting Towels Napkins and thus able to prove so clearly our does our Company to put up the new formed to do pleasantly and ef- Table Linens at the very lowest assertion that With system To ArUunur uiiil Tius a positive prices can always be had at cure cancer structure which now spans the fectually what was formerly clone fact now so knowledge of this river atlthe foot of St Clair street in the crudest manner and disa Feb 13 March 13 April 10 fully endorsed by thousands of suf- and May the 8th the Ky Midland ferers and approved by the procompleted his contract at noon greeable as well To cleanse the fession we should be wanting in will sell tickets to points in Arkan Thursday paid off his hands and syste n and break up colds head humanity if we neglected any sas Texas and Louisiana at one left yesterday morning for his aches and fevers without unpleas Sec means in our power to spread the fare for the round trip home w Chicago He has done ant after effects use the delightful rrlirl fwlinnc nmnflff thr - nfflirtt agents for further information -- jlim iiviiifc his wojrk well and promptly and liquid laxative remedy Syrup of At No 3 19 Main Street near with this most terrible and hope C D Uekcaw GPA less of diseases we dare say that if another job of Figs State National Bank Â¬ i I I Mr L I lreetnin a gentle- CIfASPA JA man well known in this city met Billiards and Pool with a distressing accident at his home in Woodford county near The Club Main Sticct i t uucKer scauon rriciay aiternoon The Kine a Tables in the cit Gjinuumumaiiit HOW1III AllejmttlUlHil jwmen resulted in tne toss oi ins CONKKCTIONKK left hand He took his shot gun and start JOffX A TODD ed out to kill a hawk and in crossManufacturing ing a fence the top rail broke with Confeutionir him and threw him forward on 41 St Clair Street In HoiiimiisiiU Candle Fi nits NuK mid tee Creim the other side of the fence anil Soili Water In season CUars ami Tol uvo the fall the gun was discharged Neir new brldce the load taking effect in the left WllNlS hand and wrist so mangling it as to render amputation necessary IV If AlERILL Druggist Dr John A Lewis of George- Â¬ town and Dr J L Price of this Main Street opp City Halt stationery a city were immediately sent for A general stock of Drug Fine Piescrlitlons specialty Cigars ami Tobacco noun and took the arm off half way be- compounded at all tween the wrist and elbow NO IV RU 1L L IA MS CO last accounts he was getting At Druggists along as well as possible 314 Main St eel i Â¬ Â¬ ANI IOOfi Mwvints Cf IAS T RAY Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky onu f In the Hume Itullilliii 1VM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Heal Estate Akent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin mid the adJolnliiK counties Â¬ j Sl33 lt wmi I Newest PocketKnives Razors The largest Stock and Pri the best j I j Scissors 15 and are looking to purchase quality J I I I M P GRAY -- 1 I 1 1 11 tuii w Â¬ m jflFnl Â¬ s Â¬ I i lJ1 I aP11 iliiii A VBmQr I - - v viWWliWWWiHWfWVmVT9W-rxliKimNm ll ryMnyrPFPWWHJWliimPili WVW fmlMlW WHI WIW LMifSiPIMWWlPJlBBWPIU llfflWl Mfl W jHWH y I zii 1S94 a a aa a a a a a a Monday Tuesday Wednesday Hl IVlCtl dl 19 a a l 1 lO 1 I oil -- 1894 I -- H oil I c DRESS GOODS SILKS AND o4-- 1 I T II XHt aaaa si1o 1 YOUR PRESENCE IS REQUESTED IfcT B We will present -- 03ST bitize3Ij We will put on Display one of the Handsomest Lines of all the Latest Novelties in TRIMMINGS i CO THESE THREE E ASTS olDonxriixr E5 Xjiever orlvon away ia this city tlxe HA1TDSOMEST SOX7VEUIBS cfc FEHSOXATj Mrs John W Milam is visiting friends in Louisville HfcTSTTEa fikIfcTOE AGE1TTS Hon W C Owens of Georgetown Mrs H Guthrie of Lexington March 10 1804 was in the city Monday was in the city yesterday Baldwin Herman Lewis Miss Lucyj Col J G Craddock of Paris spent Misses Sallie and Carrie Holt left Bell Jas Liughton H A Thursday last in this city ON MAIN STEET TO Thursday afternoon for a visit to Bradford Miss Co Macey Miss Mary Lulie Hon Geo Alexander of Louisville friends in Paris Phelps Col E F Brand Ollie was in the city this week Lieutenant H C Waterman and Brown Lon Wm Prather Miss Ida Master Dan Roche of Paris is with wife have returned from their trip to Crawford Jose- - Raybon Mr Philip Capital nf phine Mrs Richardson his grandfather in this city Brooklyn New York Collins Mr Sil Jennie Mr H S Banta of Louisville is Mr C C Myer of Rochester New Collins Solon Smithers Carolina BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in r visiting relatives in the city York who has been visiting Rev W Cotter Lub Co Smithy Mr Dan short time Miss Eloise Baker of Eminence is 0 Taylor in this city left for home Coates Miss Ida Spinsy Mr Joe Davis Mrs Jennie Tinsley Mrs Jno Thursday afternoon visiting relatives in this city M Dawson Menu Vaughn Mr Jack Dr W E Baxter leaves Monday Edwards H E Miss McMillnn of Lexington visit- Â¬ night for a visit to his brother in Galbert Mrs Vest Mrs Nancy ed Miss Carrie Holt last week Webber Benj Belle Austin Texas He will be absent Harrison Budd Miss Mary Brent leaves in a few Waters Green from his oflico about three weeks Helton Loyd Wright Levi for a vibit to Harrodsburg days Miss Yong Mr John Miss Elizabeth Pence of Belle Honred Miss Nettie Parker of Lexington King Nanie point who has been visiting friends Kuhn Mrs Jake Wolf Messrs is visiting relatives in this city and relatives in Shelby county for Klitch Miss Laura Mrs Harvie Culter of onisville the past month 109 returned home When calling for these letters say is visiting relatives in this city s B Holmps p m Misses Etta Weitzel and Kato ndvertlsod Mrs O R Crutcher visited her Eicholz after a most delightful visit pother in Georgetown this week to Miss Genevieve Weitzel left Mon- May Do as Much For You Misses Nettie and Loulie Hughes Iday for their home at Wheeling W Jt are visiting relatives in Louisville Va Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 writes that he had a severe kidney Walby of Lexington Miss Loulie Mr John E Kirtley has returned trouble for many years with severe is visiting relatives in this county from Missouri where he was called pains in his back and alco that liis Mrs Jennie Skain and children of by the last illness of his father who bladder vas affected He tried many Lexington spent Monday in thiscity died on the 22d of February aged 85 so called kidney cures but without any good result About a year ago Mr Tom McLaughlin of Lexing- Â¬ years he began the use of Electric Bitters Electric Miss Mamie Berryman of Louis- Â¬ and found relief at once ton spent Monday with friends here ville who has been the guest of Mrs Bitters is especially adapted to cure Miss Marie Wnthen of Lebanon is all kidney and liver troubles and with her father at the Capital Hotel W H Posey the past two weeks often gives almost instant relief One leaves to day for a visit to friends in trial will prove our statements Mrs Egbert Stephens returned Versailles Price only 50 cents for large bottle At P H Carpenters drug store 6 Thursday evening from a trip to New Harry ODonnell returned Mr York Tuesday from a trip to New York Mr E L Samuel left Tuesday accompanied by his wife and chil afternoon for a trip to Sherman dren who have been visiting relatives Texas- in Washington City Miss Mamie JEchols of Virginia fil7 Miss Maud Wayts of Georgetown HH 7 jmcLmm r3HVis visiting Mibs Joe Moss on Third who has been visiting friends in this street city for several weeks will leave Miss Annie Pusey of Anchorage is to day for Louisville accompanied visiting Miss Janie Dehoney on Main by Miss Mattie D Jones street Rev E A Penick formerly of thiB Mrs J M VanDerveer is visiting city who has been quite ill at his her sister Mrs W L Rodman in new home in Camden New Jersey ft OhA Louisville has recovered sufficiently to go to i rv AV f IHB Mrs Grant Green jr is visiting Atlantic City for rest and recuperaMft o in tion her mother Mrs John F Davis Louisville Misses Mattie R Knott and Annie Greehough is visiting Knott Miss Julia R Todd and Mrs Sallie her siter Mrs Webster Gazley in Messrs John M Todd and McClure Until tho method and results when Kelley of Louisville came up Satur- syrup of Figs ib taken it is pleasant Louisville Mrs Thos H Bradley and son of day to attend the funeral of Mr A ind rcfreGuiug to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Is on of th bagt in the State and f ar prepared to turs Georgetown spent several hours in H McClure Liver and Bowels cleanses the sysMr A D McFarland of Louisville this city Monday head tem effectually dispels cold out on ihort notice Miss Cleaver of Lebanon is with who pitched for the base ball club in aches and fevers and cmch habitual father Representative Cleaver at this city last year has been visiting constipation Syrup of Figs is the her friends hero this week He has signed only remedy of its kind ever pro the Capital Hotel to play the coming season with the hiced pleasing to the taste and ac Mr Dan J Newman who has been Oharleoton South Carolina club of IeptaMe to the fctotnuch prompt in quite ill at his home on Arlington the Southern League ts net ion and truly beneficial 111 its Heights is improving ffectj prepared only from the most Misses Janie Dehoney and Flossie Jioiirht a Farm healthy and agreeable substance its French have returned from a visit to many excellent qualities commend it relatives in Georgetown Go Messrs L B Marshall to all and have made it the most Mr Lucien Mastin has been quite real estate agents sold on Thurs- popular remedy known ill at the home of his parents on day for Mr Geo IJ Hays his Hyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Ann street but is improving and 1 bottles by all leading drug farm of 80 acres near Stedman fcts Any reliable druggist who Mrs C W Dorsey and children of town Station on the Kentucky may not have it on hand will pro LaGrango are visiting her mother Capt Jacob fiirc it promptly for any one who Mrs H T Stanton on Shelby street Midland Railway wishes to try it Do not accept any formerly Swigert of this city became the substitute Miss Ella McManama of this city but now of Wiiliamstown purchaser will erect a residence X yi X X X CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO has been visiting friends here this upon it and make his home there X SAN FIANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE AY NEW YORK NY week Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives Mr J L Rodman left Monday for X X X the east to purchase his spring stock the best satisfaction of any a cough No local dealercan compete with us medicine I handle and as Mrs Rodman accompanied him on leads all other preparations inseller variety or price our new in X X X this designs and coloring nre his trip market I recomend it because it is efore hancUomcrthaneu I for the best Misses Theresa and Katie Berry coughs medicine I ever handled W A colds and croup i man of Versailles who have beon Baldridchj Millorsville 111 For can 60 visiting Mrs W H Posey returned sale by P H Carpkntkr South Side We ctnt bne yon ron on e ery per Druggist of paper on buy home Tuesday 10 cents toipny iiostaue on large pack- Match borders and ceilings nee of bumples Mrs Jos Barbour of Now Castle 100000 1Vo1 Ih The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO spent last week with her husband Incorporated country of conof the Superior Annually in this Judge Barbour sumption Think of it One adult 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY Court in this city out of every six and yet in the early niiti lu zm Dr Hugh Tobin who has been in stages all pulmonary complaints may Louisville for several weeks under- Â¬ bo readily controlled by Dr Halos Household Cough Cure cer is going medical treatment has return- Â¬ tain remedy for coughs Itand a colds ed home much improved which if left to themselves bring on Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of Pleasant X3Io Miss Sue McDowell of Danville pulmonary consumption Tho price Tofc spent this week with her father Maj to take Children like it KCl pnnta n rooms located the art OK bKVKN In Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates rlnrlih nnlv OK nnfl AHOUSK Nicholas McDowell Commissioner of bottle at P H Oauaenters drug sale ut a uirguluhtreet south sldu isto ottered lor For terms imply b WU C0RMWKLL store Agriculture at the Capital Hotel 0ct7 tf Werk of all kinds solicited Â¬ I Mrs John W Headley is visiting AdveitKofl Letters at Frankfort Kentucky friends in Louisville A II Sinclair of Georgetown Mr Below will be found a list of adverwns in city Thursday tised letters for the week ending A JACOB SWIGERT 101 AND 102 ANN Basement Have Removed From the Batzell Building the Hotel I THE i ROUNDABOUT i m J THE PEOPLES PAPER Byi mm Everybody takes it Everybody reads it Â¬ riWRg i f I y - Subscription Only 1 Per Year I mw Â¬ ffrV HK mm KA vS4l - Mk osm3 ENJOYS Our Job Department Â¬ Â¬ m w 11 Â¬ -- vAmAWmA Â¬ Wall xxxxxxxx XXXx xx XXXX XX XXX XX fi m MV y Paper XF Â¬ Â¬ FORSALE BINDERY 1i use and Hot M VVf I 3 I 4 T 1 fflft m W 3N sw I 1 A BARGAIN Emsofninv IN LADIES THVfJTPM7awwWi1rJMtf ii WATCHES iijrrjKM Mroa FOR i 1 ONE MONTH ONLY MARCH I 1V M rjij We are offering a ladies size gold filled case guaranteed to wear 1 H i JP s oo IirSlO etteir z An editor should be nothing if not explicit and I defy The retirement of Gladstone marks any student of rhetoirc to tell just the disappearance from the scene of what idea was in the mind of tho European politics of the last of n Squire when he wrote the paragraph trio of great men who will compare quoted Was his intention to in- Â¬ favorably with any other three states- Â¬ dulge in a little veiled sarcasm at the men who simultaneously occupied expense of the departing solons or the worlds stage Bismarck Gam did he really wish to jolly them up a It is signifi Â¬ bit Come Squire furnish us a dia betta and Gladstone cant not only of the greater personal gram the readers of the Argus may stamina of the man but also of the have more than the average intelli- Â¬ greater stability and conservatism of gence but you should not expect the nation that the Englishman them all to bo experts in psychology should remain in public life the long- Â¬ est of the three and then retire The announcement was made on voluntarily whereas the Frenchman Thursday by Senator Voorhes that died when scarcely past his prime the Senate Finance Committee would and the German holding his position report in favor of a tariff tax of one by the caprice of one man was com- cent a pound on sugar and would pelled to retire against his will It advocate the extension of the Bonded is useless however to attempt to Period on whisky This latter will compare the greatness of three for be good news to the Kentucky dis- Â¬ each was a separate type work- Â¬ tillers and it should by all mean3 be ing under entirely different environ added to the Wilson Bill as an amend- Â¬ ments It is problematical if ment before it passes the Senate Bismarck would have been successful Another political itom of interest in had ho been born an Englishman this section is the appointment of and equally so if Gladstone would Representative Blanchard who as have been great had he been in Chairman of the River and Harbor Gambetta could Committee was in this city last fall Bismarcks place adapt himself to changed conditions to the vacancy in the Senate oc- Â¬ There is no casioned by the elevation of Senator the best of the three doubt however that each suited his White to the Supreme Bench It is own sphere and in history they will announced that Representative Cum always be coupled as the three great mings of Mississippi will succeed men of their time Blanchard as Chairman of the Com- Â¬ mittee Duty of Educated Men is si The In this State the announcement that Democracy is the title of a forcible hi the Mirch Forum It is by Governor Brown would contest with article ELGodkrnai d the conclusion arrived Hon Jo Blackburn for election to the at by the author is that educated Senate in 1896 occasions no surprise This but it is not received with any en- Â¬ men should all be Mugwumps doctrine will not be popular with thusiasm in this section at least party lenders on either side but it is Outside of the popularity of Blacknevertheless just the position that burn which is very great the whole should be occupied by men who are tone of Browns adminstration has capable of studying the questions of been such as to arouse antagonism the day for themselves The balance here The reason assigned by Secre- Â¬ of power in every close election is tary of State Headley in the pubheld by men who refuse to bo con- Â¬ lished interview in which he declared trolled by the action of any party Browns present candidacy for his and the trouble arises from the fact withdrawal from the contest to suc- Â¬ the most of such a class are open to ceed Carlisle that the Governor conviction from other sources than thought he would be breaking faith judgment or in other words their with the people had he resigned his votes can be influenced by money If present office in the middle of the there should arise such a large class term has created considerable of educated Mugwumps however as amusement There isnt a man in to more than offset this purchasable Frankfort who does not believe element all the calculations of the Brown would have resigned at any Bosses would be at fault and the time had he thought he stood any chanoe of obtaining honest elections chance against Judge Lindsay that Except is had it been necessary for him to would be greatly increased liy withdrawing entirely from partic- Â¬ resign pending the election It is a ipation in politicq the better class long time yet before the man will be ofcitltens can commit no greater named but it is pretty safe to say error than allowing their votes to be that if it isnt J C S Blackburn it controlled against their judgment will not be John Young Brown Gov McOreary and his barl have yet to by the spirit of party be heard from The Recluse Pursuant to the provisions of the new Constitution the present session of the General Assembly will expire J W Fnlrlitmks Tuesday next It has been a remarkable session in many respects and its Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes liberality to the charities of the State us as follows I have taken but one has been far in advance of any Legis lature for many years past It will old Tea of your Dr Hales House is and close its constitutional life of sixty I have founditthatthe first medicine has done mo any legislative days with a general ap- good have beon throughout the State Aryus troubled For 30 years Ikidney trou- Â¬ Sroval 8 with liver and bles growing worse all tho time For There hnvo been many peculiar the last 10 years I have not been able remarks made in the State pross on to do much or any work I feci dull the present Legislature and its work sleepy and as though I could not stir would but I think the above is the most pe My bowels wook not move oftonor After taking ono than once a culiar of them all Tho oditor of the package- I am much bittor and Have Argus is a man of ability and a man now can take hold and work Ho has a way of saying a good appotito and bowels regular of mystery For dyspepsia constipation all liver and doing things which gives tho and kidney troubles etc it has no obsorver an idea that ho knows more equal Only Jlc and 50c a package than ho tolls Nor is this idea an at P II OaiuKNTKUs drug store a erroneous ono Tho trouble how Fou Sam ok Rent My dwolling ever is that tho character of tho house on Ann streets J T Buckley man controls too much tho character tf -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ten years with a nickel 15 jewel movement with patent regulator for 3oVElsE3Tx TKrAKiRfcTTED i Coinimuiicatori Mr Editor IM OfiM General Common of the editor Frankfort Kv Mar 8 1S94 Â¬ I m i 11 mi Ore ii H 1 m a m lAUfcl ill iff I I 1 Â¬ i 1 i 18 i I DKALKRS IN ple of Franklin county through your columns in reference to the well known fact of my recent candidacy for jailer and my defeat at the primary upon the 6th that I made my race upon high principles without the use of whisky A COMPLETE LINE OF or money and though I went down in defeat it was with clear RUNNING HORSE GOODS hands and a clear conscience TROTTING There was a small vote polled it ALWAYS ON HAND is true and I received only about It was not 150 in the county because I was not a good Demo--A-TiT mar 10 3m crat not because I was a gentleman and an honest man not because I was not worthy of the Hard Times but position and well qualified to hold it but it was because of the Still in the Ring corrupt use of money and whisky GARDEN I was defeated And I wish further Look at the following prices to say that I WuS hounded down 19 lbs drauulated atwar 100 all over the county by false rumors V AND sugar U5 F VIA STOCK OF FRlIasnarnirusORNAMENTAL New OrltansCoffee j2l pounds for jlfHi milts and reporttreat There was such shrubs anilurine Vint- usually found smallnursery Arbuckles Lon and XXXXif cents eery thlni In a cunts Rest Ween slander spoken about me as would establishment We direct to the planter Hood Gree i Coffee 20 cents and lime no agents Cat Ungues on application Meat per pound 10 cents have blistered the tongue of a II F IIILLFAMEVKU Rest Hour per Klo pounds lii Lexington hy IulIiN Tomatoes 10 ient brave or true man It was even Mar 10 3m riuciir Corn 10 cents said I had sold out in a previous Perfection Corn lJUcents Ctiamel Srup Mobiles per gallon III cents in the in- Â¬ race and was running Jelly per pound 5 centApple nutter per pound loctnts terest of another all of these Rrenes perpmuid 10 cents t lbs Tabe leiclks 15 centreports being false and defamatory Hlbs Pe Itaches 10 cents Maple S rup per Jus 0 cents I desire to denounce their author FIUNKLIN CIRCUIT food Tea per pound 35 cents and those who circulated them as KlUNKKlUr BKKWlNTt Co AsSINKK COlllT Oat Meal per pound 4 cents IliT Lima Reans per ound 6 cents wilful caluminators and cowardly FitXNKFOUT HltKW s CO iVc Navy Reans perputind i cents IMS Dets per pound c ts slanderers There has been some 4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS Ai INST Prtuits Sublines 1510cents Fr ncli Frankfort Ilrenlujr Company are lierely Mustard S irdlnes 10 ents itlie reference to my connection too notified to present thesime to me proen as r or toupuear pne iiillon Can Apples 5 cents Now I def any man to own to qnlied bj lawrequired h lawbefore me andApril 2 American Sardines 30 tents on or before the same tit Marrowfat Peas Mcents any such falsehoods as have ben ISM herjUilnnel e Jus- as cheap CASH ONLY W H POSFY Cor ivss and Mmr I am a poor man and work told C Commissi n r F E GARDNER it for my daily bread it is true but Fb an my honor and honesty was never before attacked and must not BEHOVES I have waited now be assailed until after the election to make DANDRUFF N this explanation and feel it now I AND CURES Let me say that due to do so The Direct and Popular Line to hive heard that Mr Williams and Mr Alley had both spoken reECZEMA spectfully of me and I thank them To those I refer to above for it 1 will only say I can be easily found at any time And all Iomts NORTH and WEST Respectfully Tiios E DULi Y Â¬ I wish to say to the good peo- Black FINE Hursey HESS end SADDLES and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 232 STEEET1 Orchard - Lawn - 11 NOTICE A - - 1 - 127 111 u MONO ROUTE Â¬ M CHICAGO Dr Hales Household Ointment Cleans the Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken Internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Large Bize cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpenters drug store llucklciis Arnica Salve Scalp niul Restores tlie Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations Kor Further Infoiniition Address all Druggists Price 25c THUKMKK fell 10 ly B LSrranCPA OR W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE KV -- it Â¬ Courier - Journal Is a ten pasje eight column Democratic News paper It contains tlie bestof eterjtiilni going HKNHY WATTKRSON Is tlie Editor Â¬ Jus Barker G L A Chicago 111 j 1 Â¬ Â¬ The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum 91 Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup The WFFKLYCOUIUER JOlRNAL makes erj tions and positively cures Piles or liberal terms to agents and tsives freo premiums no pay required It is guaranteed to tor clubs Sample copies of the paper and four pauo Ileiiilum give satisfaction or money refunded address Write Supplement sent tiee to un to For salo by Price 23 cents per box 8 ly COURIER - JOURNAL CO Phil Carpenter Â¬ Frio A TTear Miles Norvo and Liver Pills LOUISVILLE THE KY I i I Â¬ Act on a new principle rogulatlng tho liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A now discovory -- AND THE Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ bad taste torpid liver piles constipa WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL tion Splendid for men woinon and uhildron Smallest mildest surest will be sent one nir to an address for 51110 Addiess 50 doses for 25 cents Samples freo at OEO A LEWIS 45 ly Ilanklmt K W Gaylos Frankfort Ky J ROUNDABOUT j CAM I OHTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answer and un honest opinion wrlto to U ILN N i CO who huvo had nearly titty yours expcileuco In tho patent business Communion lions strictly contldentlnl A lluudliook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patent and how to obÂ¬ them sunt tieo Also n catalogue of mechan Â¬ tain ical and fcclontlito books pout tree Patents taken through JIunn Si Co recclvn special notice In tho Solon lllle American and thus nro brought widely belorotlie putillo with Â¬ out coit to tho Inventor This nplcmlld jmper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by fur tho laitost circulation of any scioiitltlu vork In tho world siuyenr tunplo copies sent tree liidldlin lMltlon monthly fM a ear tlnulo copies vS5 cents Kvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colois ana pliotonuinlis of new houses with plans euubllnt uullUurs totdmw tho latest doslims and sccuro contract j Address CO flUW VOUU Ulil lillOUUVAY MUNN V miCAVtAI 0 1 tlAUt MARKSZV - COPYRIGHTS- ww ynr r W- - TI i - puusiaiiit djfjJmjStDjgAdMmK ass IMftN itttfta jipwtwv l tW SPECIAL - DRY - GOODS - SALE - FOR - ONE - WEEK - ONLY -- Could you appreciate it if you fonndonc A bargain when you see it Of course you could and so could everybody else We have the largest stock buy in greater quantities and at lower prices than iny house in own and can therefore sell cheaper Now for the novelty of the thing and as a further evidence of our intention to sell first class reliable uoods at prices which no other house would dare to meet we will make a special sale in Dry Goods White Goods Shoes and place before you the largest and most complete assortment in this in town and if you really know and can appreciate DO YO LT K2TOVV a bee line for our store nrtRnnnEnrariarnriSrnrarcnr Just note the prices and make CtOOD T JcJL XXV We offer 3r rarinnnrirnninipnnnri3nciriei Best Indigo Blue Prints He usual price 74c Best Shirting Calico 4c former price 5c Best Raihoad Cotton 8c worth 2c Best Turkey Red Dress Prints 5c actually worth 7c Best Apron Ginghams Amosketig nc no one else sells them at less than 7j c worth the world over 10c and 1000 yards best Dress Gingham assorted 1500 yards Bleached Cotton yard wide 12c 7c 275 yards Plaid Nansook Skirt Lining all colors Good Straw Ticking Best Feather Ticking yard wide 185 yards Outing Cloth elegant styles To close 500 yards Shirting Cheviots assorted patterns 74c former price 10c 4c former price 5c 7 74 worth 10c 1000 yards Fruit of the Loom or Mason villc Cotton 4 Ac actually worth Gc 2500 yards Heavy Brown Cotton yard wide 500 yards 10 4 Bleached Sheeting 174c worth 25c 485 yards 10 4 Brown Sheeting Pepprell lGic worth 224c 200 yards Black Sateen good quality ic worth 15c 358 yards French Dress Sateen 10c former prices 85c 875 yards English Cashmere new spring shades 18c former price 35c 10 pieces New Spring Dress Goods all shades double width 2Gc good value 40c 25 pieces Worsted Dross Goods assorted colors single width S jc former price 15c 100 yards White ioods to close 3Jc worth Gjc 150 yards Cross barred Muslin fromer price 8V 0c 4ic you never bought it at less than them at 10c 250 pairs Ladies Black Hose Seamless 100 pair Ladies Black Hose 50 pair Mens Seamless Sox GO ic other houses sell 15c 8c 7c worth 10c NUc worth 25c worth 12c 10c 10c seamless 5c 5c 50c Corsets just received Mens Working Shirts 25c worth 40c Best Unlaundried Shirts linen bosom reinforced front and back 39c worth 50c One lot lied Flannel Underwear soiled must be closed out One lot of soiled Inserting and Lace will go at any price We still have about 48 pairs Ladies Custom made Button Shoes sizes 2 3 3 which we will close out at 98c a pair actually worth 150 to 200 28 pairs Ladies Calf Button Shoes sizes 3 to G at 98c former price 150 Ladies Cashmere Hose to close 20c former price 35c a pair otl or stores ask 10c a pair worth 5c a pair worth 3Gc former price Everything else will be sold proportionately low But this is a special sale in Dry Goods ami we want Remember these are only a few sample price- We show goods with pleasure everybody in Frandklin county to call and see what we offer Bring this bill with you and you will be repaid for your trouble to quote prices Remember the place is No 210 St Clair street Odd Fellows building and always ready xvh P 5-- And such will be appreciated JEUL -Tfiis LSSt only 13 ponaay marcH 121H riFJ special sale is positively was no further trouble for one week Strirkii Blind conenci FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT the crowd to disperse and there Entered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter At night another meeting was held at the same place at which G EO A LEWIS Editor and Pub several candidates attempted to speak but the crowd present was FRANKFORT MARCH 11 1854 in no humor to hear them and A HOMLIXC MOB Was tin Mrrtlng at the Court HoiiM There was an immense crowd in town Monday it being county court day and the numerous can- Â¬ didates who were voted for at the Democratic primary which took place on Tuesday were hustling around at a lively rate In the afternoon a large crowd gathered in the Court House to hear the candidates speak and Mr Cha F Exum one of the candidates for County Judge was the first to He had proceed take the stand ed with hisjspeech but a few minutes when he charged Squire J D Moore one of his opponents with having voted the Populist ticket twojjyears ago Immediately Moores friends in the crowd began to yell and continued to do so until Exum left the stand Squire Moore next attempted to speak but Exums friends would not let him be heard and then Judjje H G Williams attempted to be heardbut with no better success for the crowd was a howling mob Messrs Franklin and Pols- grove candidates for County At- Â¬ torney also rose and gesticulated for a while but if they said any thing persons ten feet away could In the hubbub not hear them blows were passed between Harry McEwing and a country man by the name of Harrod who were in the crowd and it began to look like a general row would take place but cool heads interfered induced Â¬ Â¬ While in the Governors office at the State House on SiturHlue Hon day John W Crittenden county of Marion w is stricken temporarily blind and speechless during a conyelled everyone down who got u versation with Governor Brown and the meeting was broken up in and Representative Clement The confusion bursting of a bood vessel in the head was the cause of the trouble A tactions Knnuway He was taken to the Capital Hotel where he has since remained in a Mr John ODonnell section N Railroad critical condition foreman of the L An Unseen Encmv at Ducker station met with a Is more to be dreaded than an open and visible serious accident Sunday afternoon one That subtile and lurkiiiK foe which under He was driving along the Ver- the generic name of milarla manifests itself when It in lis tenacious grasp in sailles pike in a buggy when his various clutclusus chills and fever bilious theÂ¬ reforms of horse took fright and ran away mittent dumb UKue or ague cake can only he effectually guarded against by fottlfyliiK thesjs Mr ODonnell was thrown out tem nilost insidious attacks with Hostetters to the just beyond Excelsior Institute Stomijli of Hitters a inthorough antidote a safe poNon miasma the sjstem and where he was found in an uir guard iignlrut it thoroughly to be relied upon In the conscious condition by a lady who poisoningevent of a malarious attackamiavoid your system with quinine use notified Mr R J Fogg who instead this wholesome remedy unobjectionable any drug and lives near by and the unfortunate in taste Dltlersfar moie elilcaelous than constiUse te for djgpepslu biliousness pation kidney complaints and rheumatism man was taken to his home The horse continued to run Ill His Flu- - Ship until the vehicle was a complete Hon Harvey Meyers of Cov wreck ingion arrived here Wednesday A HuUliiii CJoocl Run afternoon in his pleasure yacht Old Squire Dan Moore made a the Dixie having made the trip He was accomaround by water splendid race for Countv Judge panied by Hon L J Crawford being only defeated by a few votes of Newport and other friends without using money and whisky The trip was made for pleasure and can go back to his farm feel only and was greatly enjoyed by ing proud of the record he made all the gentlemen Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ I JOE T STATER of CO I Have purchased the entire stock J FURNITURE r Of Frankfort Furniture Manu-- 3 facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT Tl Â¬ OHEVAL 1500 1800 Come now and look we have 100 t Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in ihe next few months j Â¬ 226 ANN STREET Â¬ Awarded Highest Honors- - Worlds Fairs Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware aur on LAWN MOWERS I PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder ftpfllliBaking UXJiPowcler No Ammonia No Alum Lead The Market 2 Inch OH lvdlZOlKr 40 -- Used in Millions of Homes Api niMr 40 Years the Standard a-323 SO-AZD-s7--A--5- e 4 450 500 T Street- - SkSbs myaifiaT3ii-i-ya- a w TWPpjMtrv TVWT O IR CRrrTCPISR 3rsold9Sif T S7 CIX71IOKCE3Il Secretary THE KENTUCKY BUGGY -- AND OF- - HARNESS WORKS BTSTXXjIDIEIRS FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND Surries Phaetons Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles WE SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANYBODY Farm Wngons Cultivators Corn Planters Disc Harrows Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Chilled Plows Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagon Gear Plow Gear Humes Harness Break Harness Bits and Bridles Lines and Hitch Straps Horse Barouches Surries Phaetons Buggies Buckboards Side Saddles Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver and Traces Backhands and Straps Cart Harness Track Boots Horse Covers Delivery Wagons Carts Mens Saddles Whips Lap Robes Several ood second hand venioles will sell aheap Clover Seed for Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MARCH 10 1894 RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE h3 New Firm The firm of Hannen Hursey has been dissolved and Messrs Howard Black and Walter S Hursey have formed a partnership for the purpose of continuing the saddlery and harness business at the old stand of the former firm on Ann street They will make a specialty of fine trotting and running horse goods but will be glad to furnish you anything their line Â¬ Chesapeake NEW YORK Ohio Ry WASHING CiieSr Â¬ Trying It Again Mr Chas C Moore the erratic who got himself into editor trouble with the Christian Church at Paris last year by telling what he believed to be true in his paper the Blue Grass Blade and had to suspend the publication of the has consame in consequence again and has cluded to try it issued the first number of the Heres hoping Blade revived that he may have better luck this time and not steer his little craft up against so many snags in the future as he has in the past Â¬ CO PHILADELPHIA 02 T eOT 80 p TON BOSTON and all Eastern Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st CD 1892 Mp hhB EAST BOUND Midland Accom No26 dally ex gun 1140 a m Yestlbuletl Express No 24 dally 615 pm MtSterllnAceom No28dallj ex Sun530p M WEST HOUND Atlanta Express No 22 dally Lve Lexington 715 am AVill Moot Hero w Hon L J Crawford of New- Â¬ port and W 1 Riley Esq of Louisville President and Secretary of the State League of Republican Clubs were in the city Wednesday and held a consultation with the members of the Garfield Republican Club at which it was determined to hold the next meeting of the State League in this city in May Committees were ap pointed who have gone actively to work to rendr the meeting a success The Old Kellulile Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seases in New York comes from carelessness about catching cold says Dr Syrus Edson It is such 11 simple thing and so common that very few people unless it is a case of pneumonia pay any attention to a cold New York is one of the health- Â¬ iest places on the Atlantic coast and yet there are a great many cases of catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the simplest precaution of everyday life The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of it as soon as possible By all means do not neglect it Dr Edson does not tell you how to cure a cold but we will Take It Chamberlains Cough Remedy will relieve the lungs aid expectoration open the secretions and soon effect a permanent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles lor sale by P H Car Â¬ penter South Side Druggist Â¬ Perhaps you would not think so but a very large proportion of di-- Â¬ d CD 0 a oo os P e CD SgcroD pr PCD ns without change No Bus transfers H V Lexington iccom No 27 dally ex Sun 8 00 a m Louisville Express No 21 Lilly 1245 PM Lexington Accom No 25 dally ex Sun4 15 p m VeMlbuled Express No 23 dally 615 pm f olld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York W BARNEY D I A Arr Lexington FULLER lienl Pass Agt Lexington U Ky Washington DC HKXAN AsstGenl Pass Agt Cincinnati 9 JSP SBS I L N TIME TABLE e The following time jffect upon the L Nr TBAtNS WEST i now lfo231eaveflFrankfort No 17 leave Frankfort NoJl leaves Frankfort o I9laven Frankfort TBAIN8E18T 735 50 a m 255 p m 5fiO am pm WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP So 18 leaves Frankfort no 20 leaves Frankfort Land Seekers Excursions Would be pleased to have all fanners or others who are interested drop us a card asking for information about our Land Seek ers Kxcursions Tickets at one fare for the round Louisville trip from Cincinnati or Lexington Ky to points in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and points in Georgia as far east as Augusta also to New Orleans and Mobile Excursions January Sth Febru ary Sth March Sth and April 9th Limited to twenty days for return Write to V P Cooley T P A Cleveland O C A Baird T P A Detroit Mich or A J Lytle N P A Chicago Ills for information as to rates etc and for literature on the South or Â¬ IieclC ly SAPOLIO TO G ET Vli and passengers for Christiniifburg for Lexington ami points beyond No 2 17 and 21 connect at Lngraage for Cincinnati Nos 2H and 21 conneot V Anchorage for Bloomtield Branch So 24 arrives Frankfort So 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage 1020 a m 453 pm 735 pm 855 pm Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and fjulckest between m i If you are thinking of planting strawberry vines grape vines Â¬ 1 I asparagus roots fruit or ornamental trees remember that Mr H F Hillenmeyer of Lexington can furnish you with the best of everything in that line He wi 1 sell you nothing he cannot guarantee and you are certain of getting the best when you order from His usual spring advertisehim ment can be found in another to W C Rinearson G P A column Cincinnati O Caught at Lust Home grown clover at LouisÂ¬ Â¬ YOU WANT I2ST OJbT CINCINNATI Frankfort lisle AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between THIS OFFER Â¬ frorfreiofn Maysyille and Paris Pal- Car Cpthiui Corington VIA KY - aoiith ASK and Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at FOR TICKETS MIDLAND TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME TIME TABLE TKAINS E AST Lv Frankfort A NOV 20 18U3 I Â¬ Walter Elrod graph gallery in years ago has the grand jury printing obscene who ran a photo- Â¬ ville prices this city several been indicted by of Louisville for pictures Mastin Bkcs REDUCED PRICES R ROGERS greatly A M 1 I I H I No No 3 I PM No 7 110 Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Pallor Come while c Suits Rockers Kasy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken Only a Frw Days More The session of the Legislature expires by constitutional limitation on Tuesday next the 13th inst and only three working days remain Fok Rknt A modern two story dwelling with six rooms and suffering with weakness and emaciation who give little Mothers Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centres Me Lv Ar Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Lv swltzer Lv Stumping Lv Duvall lirouuii B 700 710 711 71S 720 736 742 743 K08 400 4 06 i j 1 100 Ui 20 Si 1 4ia 7M 810 I I Elizabeth Kills 0 nourishment to babiesshould take SON 3 TRAINS WEST Lv IMrls C u nirx No8Noia iMn 1 a SM I 443 450 506 517 525 200 10 2U5 12 140 ia aotv 3W 335 345 54D 5j 400 44tt 525 545 No 2 No 4 ArKllzabetli Ar Centtrvllle Ar Johnson Ar Duvall vr Ar I I Jl 015 U20 U2S Wi- kitchen all in excellent repair and Situated on newly papered between Cross and Ewing street Second within one square of the A good cistern Public School with a stable on and a large yard premises Rent reasonable Apply at 238 Ewing street South Frank 27 3t fort Emulsion Dcnt be deceived by Scotts W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT And cordially ask our friends to give us a call AV Ja Arieorietown Swimr Ar Newtown Ar 0 s rienot 660 600 fi0 4f8 749 830 y40 B I Arstumilniroiinil Ar Summit Ar Frankfurt A 1117 1124 1130 1137 11 li tso l 643 655 7 0S 6 42 035 000 800 810 005 015 iu Elkliorn Al C 1156 1202 1210 715 721 ato 730 a 26 KY Lhe Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphltos It will give them strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse it Substitutes All We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES MoKEK HARDIE 11 B C connects with L connects with O connects with K AN AC anil LS SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Kiankfort U45u in Arr Gioreiown 1040 Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort it m 1210 pm The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ - - - - C L IAY1E tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For turther Information apply to their aoenta C D BERCAW Jen fuss Ajjt rrtywu bj Scott A Mount NY Draff lit 21 1v UKOB HARPER E B WKITZEL City Ticket Agent Gen Supt iV B AagjgpMpgpyiivi i lf Twftp vrIWWjWi mmmmmifmHmUmimm wrmmmmmmtmmmmv wftmmmmmmmmmim mmmmmm WPW iwmv nwtmrnmmmmmmmmmmmm Li HU JUliriJU m HSKXHSSX 1 W - WMn 1- 1- thmtttj MBltN wTwKyrr TTUnT f rifTi II ilWiiiWt iTii mr -- - - rf f it u ii 1 mi iMi - U TMarTnirwrrTn nr- iftTf-i-T- - r fc rtlHTf - bUO k s- - 6 t MASTIN BROTHER have secured the agency ing vehicles implements etc cock II A Mower Lideigh Studebaker Old Hickory and Wo 1 jy i aiairM lawKJHtfjoroicEaMigiM an will keep in stock ho follow- Â¬ Columbus Buggy Co H II Bab Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Birdsoll Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormiek Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds i etc etc m v -- --- J2 iliT come3 sz ttzzjALXixjEi stock WA MASTIN BROTHERS REriioiors Until further notice all evening services at the Baptist Church will begin at 730 Rev V 0 Taylor will exchange pulpits with Rev F B Raymond of Eminence to morrow and the latter will conduct public worship at the Baptist Church in this city at 11 a Mr Raymond is in and 7110 p in one of the ablest Baptist preachers of the State and all are invited to hear him tary Institute which he purchased Put Together to Htnv On Thursday Mr John T Buckley set a force of hands to work tearing down the middle pier of the old bridge with the intention of using the stone in the wall he is to put in behind the south abutment but after taking off the top course of stone it was found that the rocks were so firmly cemented together that it will require light charges of powder or dynamite to loosen them and the hands were moved over to the old pier on the north side of the river which is now being torn away and the stone taken to the The middle south side for use in 186S after the pier was built one which stood there had fallen down the work being superintended by the late Harris H Johnston and was put up to stay Â¬ L II MARSHALL GAINES last year and has been conducting since as a private asylum for feeble minded persons under the supervision of his son Dr John P Stewart The appointment of Dr Berry was confirmed by the Senate as soon as sent in He is a brother in law of Mr F V Gray having married his sistet Miss Anita Gray a lady who has many friends Catholic Church Rev Father here where she resided when a Donley of Louisville will conduct the services at the Church of the girl Baptist Church L ft MARSHALL 1 re CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOR RENT Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at S a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m preaches to morrow at 11 oclock on Personality in Religion and 730 on Why we Believe the Darsie Bible Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Â¬ FOR SALE Dentlis McEnnis Arthur the bright little son of Mr Wm McEnnis died Monday evening at the home of his parents in Bellepoint after a brief illness with congestion of the lungs He was an exceedingly interesting child the pride of the fond parents hearts and his untimely death has rendered their home desolate They have the of a large circle of sympathy friends in their affliction Rohekts Ida M the infant daughter of Mr Giant L Roberts and wife died Wednesday night at the home of her parents near the O F C Distillery from the effects of whooping cough The afflicted parents have the warmest sympathy of a large circle of friends in their bereavement The funeral took place Thursday afier noon and the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery Smith Tab Smith one of our oldest and wealthiest colored citi ens died at his home on the corner of Cross and Conway streets Monday afternoon after a Â¬ rpWO STORY FRAME RESIDKCE OF SEVEN l TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE This r on Cross street near Conwav Th I proper Â¬ X rooms on Cross stieetn ar Conwa Is verj desirable propert and will be rented at a ty has a veiy co d lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ moderate price hood and will be sold at a low iljjiire Christian Church -- Rev George Â¬ FOR RENT LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND street boutli Frankfort known as the Hatina property This property has lurse grounds line shade tiecs and Is a very desirable loeit on either for a home or bo irdliiR house FOR SALE of h rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco and stock bams beside all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the linpiovements Including the fencing on this pn pertj are new and In ilist eluss condition This farm has a ipiantltj ot Hue tobacco land and would also make a first class stock farm It also has a joung peach orchaid ot a thousand trees besides other A Friiikfoit resilience I FARM OF 253 ACRES S MILES FROM on a good turnpike road with a Episcopal Church There will be the usual service at Ascension Church and Broadway to morrow at 11 a m and 730 p m The Lenten services during the week will be held in the chapel every afternoon at 430 oclock except Wednesday and Friday On Wednesday and Friday service at 630 p m A severe rheumatic pain in the left shoulder had troubled Mr J H Loper a well known druggist of on Washington street between Main DesMoines Iowa for over six months At times the pain was so severe that FOR SALE With all he could not lift anything not get rid of rnwo STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM- he could do he could and 14 acres it until he applied Chamberlains- Lgood propert of land In Brldcepoit This and Is ottered at a biirgilu I only made three ap- lb Pain Balm plications of it he says And have He since been free from all pain now recommends it to persons similarly afflicted It is for sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist i mm FOR SALE FARM OH 100 125 OR 150 ACRES 8 MILES from Frankfort on a good turnpike road wlthiesldence tenement houses stock and toÂ¬ bacco barns iipjile orchard and other ntcessiirj improvements This land Is mostlv In timber and glass and will make a good tolmcro oi stock faun It Is olTeied at a b irgaln Â¬ A Rev R L McCready rector Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit to morrow at U and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are First Presbyterian Church FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Fmtikfoit on a good turnpike 10 id upon which there Is a brick reel S deuce of 5 rooms a tenement of four looms and price bulletin The necessary Improvements This land Is day clock 2 50 30 hour clocks allother state of cultivation the Improvements In a hltfh are In Huh condition and In order to make a 1 to 10 iiuIck sale will be ottered at a baiiialn 2 Gold Filled watches Sterling Silver spoons in teas 3 WL Coppersmith FOR SALE M A a Jewelers FOR iB V HOLMES 07 by 150 leet i invited Rev H G Henderson will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning and evening at the usual hours brief illness Sunday school meets at 930 a m convene The Epworth League will Matrimonial in the class room at 7 oclock Rev will B Clay Lilly the pastor occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Methodist Church to 6 Desert SS to Si 2 Tables S12 to 15 odd spoons in sterling 75 cts to Si 50 hat pins 25 cts FOR RENT to 125 stick pins 10 cts to 50 FARM OH AWES 1 he handsomest line ever A and other CO necessaryWITH 2 RESIDENCES cts Improvements two FRAME COTTACiE i SEVEN ROOMS ON I dont in- Hides from Frankfort This property Is nil In A Conway street South Side This properly Is In brought to Frankfort irrnssnnd would make an excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent It at tend to let hard times affect my Curded farm j15 per month business as I am determod to move the goods RESIDENCE - uF 7 RUOMS Hi stieet Thl- piopem Im- - a lot and Is well located FOR SALE B Â¬ The Opening Duvs The spring opening of Messrs ODonnell will occur on Weitzel Monday Tuesday and Wednesday The ladies should of next week the days for Mr Harry not forget ODonnell has just returned from New York with a splendid line of dress goods sdks c Read their advertisement in this issue A Quarter Century Test For a quarter of a century Dr Kings New Discovery has been tested and the millions who have re- Â¬ ceived benefit from its use testify to its wonderful curative powers in all diseases of throat chest and lungs A remedy that has stood the test so long and has given so universal satis faction is no experiment Each bot tle is positively guaranteed to give relief or the money will be refunded It is admitted to be the most reliable Trial bottles for coughs and colds free at P H Oakpkntkus drug store 0 Large size 50 cents and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L MARSHALL LH CO - Southern Presbyterian Church Decupitutttl Dr J Q A Stewart who for the last sixteen years has been the efficient Superintendent of the holds Feeble minded Institute His term position no more that of office expired last week and the Governor on Thursday appointed Dr J T Berry of LaGrange Dr Stewart was to succeed him one of the most popular of State officials ar affable clever gentle man who has a host of friends throughout the State who will regret to hear that he has lost the position he has so ably filled He was first appointed by Gov Jas B McCreary and reappointed Knott and by Govs Blackburn We are glad to know Buckner that while Dr Stewart has lost his office this county will not lose him as a citizen for he will remove to the old Kentucky Mili Â¬ Dean Mr Henry W Scott of Chicago and Miss Nora Dean of this city were marnVd Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at the residence of the brides father Mr John Dean on Taylor avenue Rev George Darsie officiating The young couple left Thursday afternoon for their future home in Chicago Â¬ Scott R CUOATE Formerly of Wukefleld Choate FINNELL JOHN DRISCOLI- PLA3OTG MILL AND TK3 Liqu r Merchant A HOGSHEAD FACTORY PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAV1NH tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Coiigleton Bros I am prepared to furnish SHINHLES DOORS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK STAIR WORK FRAMES AND AM Hows ThicP Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEYCoPropB Toledo O We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 16 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ tions made by the firm West Truax Wholesale Druggists We offer One Â¬ Â¬ full Hue of pine Anderson count wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY whiskies opposite State House Apill 15 tf in 1 11 KINJISOl ltd well Â¬ half blocks from Post Olllte on river trout A share of public patronise Is solicited House Finish For a Factory one and a hogsheads as tobacco Timber Bongtht or Sawed WHO HAVE TIMIIER TO SELL ON tho stump or who want turning done by the bundled had better call on R II hiiter who has the best portable saw mill In Kentucky also ma chlueiy to mauufactiiie the rough grades of timber Into tobacco hogsheads Aluam ready to CHOATE Sept 2 lv FINNELL Â¬ Marvin Whole- Â¬ Strayed From the premises of sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ the undersigned near Millville nally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces or tho system Woodford county on Wednesday Sold by all February 28th one light bay filly Price 75o per bottle druggists two years old with cood mane Wil and tail very little white about For Sale One automatic cox Gibbs sewing machine on her Will pay a liberal reward for Machine her return to me at the above very reasonable terms J F Nichols in good repair Apply at 227 place Thitcl street South Side 27 it -9 Toledo Ohio vValding Kinnan uioe Dec anywhere 0 3iu R II 8UTER Cedar Posts I Peaks Mill Kj Fine Farm for Rent have for sale 2 000 A No CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on mv premises 1 T N Arnold Feb 2 L limits on the ienruetomi ptku containing 200 acres laiia residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco larm stibles For particu Possession Klen March 1st lMil lars appl to July22 tf FRANK CI1INN mm dudley farm adjoining city Â¬ tf Franklort Ky 1 mi mmwmmmmmmmm mmmm wbwijbitiiimmmrmimmijmmm muwiwi tmrmw mmGflr- wnr stVirr ifrnm r rJiiMfcLO u in rfr v f riM1irfMiiili iaiirtgihiiiilimiWiiriiMiiiiMliM1lilfWfilltii tiUfMiiininrilMlBUnrtKWMrinlli III il IVMnMII SS XiXi weCALL INVITB PURCHASE F71cl13 tlie3r can gret tlxe benefit of oi3r 1107 Prices Hue TO Junipcd What tliev need AND in our Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets hi a JJrunch con- Â¬ f C - PMA J a 2 a 3 j l COLLINS BB Opposite the Farmers Bank A party of younjj people sisting of Mr Jas S Darnell and Miss Jennie Lee Mr J Watt Stephens and Miss Flota Foote Mr Owen Furr and Miss May Jillson left this city Wednesday evening in a drag to attend a social dance at the home of Squire The Wm Darnell near Millville musicians started out ahead of them and at the bridge just this side of Squire Darnells house their vehicle collided with another in the dark Just as the two vehicles were getting clear of each other the young people came up and attempted to pass but the horse attached to the musicians vehicle backed into the drag which frightened the horses attached to In it and they attemped to run Jtheir efforts to do so the drag was upset and all the occupants thrown out Miss Flora Foote fell in a branch running along the roadside had her lip cut and one of her teeth broken out Mr Owen Furr landed on a stone fence and came near breaking himself in two but Mr the balance esoped injury Darnell who was driving held the team down and prevented teir running away or more serious damage might have been done Ill r 2 - It ST I SS r v -- 1 7T ZZZ T2 5 c a K c 3 s FULL WINTER OIF1 STOCK fs Ir Judge -1S iT 7J S J C K Kxtim I J B H Moorn Williams W 102 8 41 IIS 22 4 7080 161011 1213 4942 50 66 29 7611530 4121 92 67 13 10 5941 7745 129 83 113 67 73 F 8I1H 1 3325 69 3432 137WB8 68 116 50 41 6 1011 652 1733 97 83 66 75 70 105 18 30 102 04 131 62181 40 45 98 74 10462 17 273 1130 1168 2182 1ISO 843 Sheriff -D Armstrong yj ICO 106 0095 1235770 11956 21 i m 9J 8 BOOTS SHOES J37- HATS CAPS iKt Clerk -- Sum D Todd Attorney HI T NH Smith 11 149 215 1T8C8 2115 11070 4931 6 18 20 63 3 6385 425 22 28 29 87 63 8 Ut 17 Folsgrove Fruikln 151 27 833227 613159 411019 221010 421244 393117 7868 113 1S39I25 123 72 112 53 15 3036 2 6205 27 20 23 1188 1331 652 168 544 Jaller Ja Alley T K Dalley W T Gnlns Minus Williams MB IV 31 1011 SI H 17 19 23 18 b 1 80 1710 12 2918 40 86 28 9 3123 38 106 923 7185 I 1149 923 147 Assessor John LA W Ed Graves Wm Huxlon Doiten 37 85 23j G83J Harrod 0 4910 9 01 1 28 6 5 49 23 1244249 2210 4 109 l 1 9 2 68 12 21 34 121 10 Ciil 4581 41 10 39 5b 83 102 Si1 2 12 18 37 R 030 Coroner s I M CLUHE SONS Oelioney 90 158 83 139 10647 92 128 47 55 83 56 106 72 106 5249 8075 91 67 1903 1790 Surveyor Tims K Jett 3681 107 4849 90 53 113 IIbI 52 46 7875 66 82 102 85 67 Maitratcs and The following is Constables OJ t - Locating tin Col Lock 7 26 Bellepoint FIRST DISlICT 28 31 Bsnson 8 61 1 28 Gaines McDonald Harvieland Magistrate 2 51 61 5 63 38 Creek Voljjlers Flat 61 4 48 104 5 Bridge 3 Baileys Mill 82 75 10 40 35 Bald Knob Court House 5 6S 33 Market House 25 218 260 59 72 68 Gaines Stable FIFTH DISTRICT 44 41 Gas House Thomas Tinsley Magistrate the vote for mngistrates and constables in the i five districts of the county Constable O o 2 5 g ri 28 47 s a5 -- O O - We have the best goods the largest stock and SJ prices are right iS v Maj Hanbury Stickney and Capt Hoxie composing a board of United States Engineers appointed to decide upon the location of Lock No 7 arrived here on Thursday over the Midland and left the same afternoon on the U S Snagboat O M Poe for High Bridge to view the ground and select the most eligible site They were accompanied by Maj D W Lockwood U S Engineer in charge of the district and Lieutenant Waterman and Assistant Engineer Stickney the latter two being in charge of the river Â¬ 400 351 CdiiHtable Voglers Bridge Harrod MoAnally Cedar Run 85 11 UtterbacksShop Bridgeport 30 63 106 199 33 130 10 173 To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Court House Market House Gaines Stable Gas House 140 133 83 115 19 22 14 15 Constable McChesney 31 62 102 Long 11 UtterbacksShop Bridgeport Cedar Run Â¬ 53 609 29 110 72 3 86 195 SECOND DISTRICT Lyon Magistrate Crutcher School H 55 70 Forks of Elkhorn Switzer 70 195 Bowen 56 76 From Start to Finish Mr Ed Avery a stonemason Â¬ At our goods w know what you need have the goods and will please you 26 158 Constable - Flynn 72 24 110 206 South 43 75 An Explosion A little seven year old son of Mr Lonny Harrod got hold of Crutcher School 11 Switzer Forks of Elkhorn 28 146 Magistrate a dynamite cartridge and threw it Thorn Hill into the fire at his grandfathers PeakB Mill residence on the Versailles pike Bloomington Swallowfield Wednesday afternoon The ex- Elmville plosion which followed threw a man out of bed in an upper room Constable -and the little fellow was cut Thorn Hill severely in the thighs by flying Mill fragments of coal but no further Peaks Bloomington daniage was done Swallowfield Â¬ THIRD DISTRICT Hannen Sullivan 47 129 21 25 10 41 42 51 24 6 293 32 106 41 Hampton Shelton 122 43 70 43 310 23 13 3 one to Slulhjvlllc Dr W T Buckner who foi a year past has been practicing at the Forks of Elkhorn has gone to Shelbyville much to the regret of his many friends and patrons himIin Bagbv In this city on Monday March 5th 1894 to Mr Fred H Bagby and wife a Â¬ Elmville 89 FOURTH DISTRICT o Magistrate Bellepoint Benson o Z o 31 1 3 o 15 93 7 as 3 5 a Z rt Harvieland Bald Knob Flat Creek Baileys Mill 21 30 73 41 2 3 3 20 0 29 0 66 0 38 0 41 0 38 2 232 came here last spring to repair and raise the piers of the He completed railroad bridge in time to go to work his job there for Mr Ruple on the abutments of the St Clair street bridge He set the first stone in the north abutment and worked on it until He then set the stone completed in the south abutment and when it R A Wiinii Wm Gaektner T I Raxsdeli was completed went to work for Mr Seckner in putting up the He worked on the traveler iron putting up the chords then in Ifl1 Rl 1I rl 91 BPI 4flP 4HW nOBpBI putting down the floor beams and laying the floor and finally helped clinch the last livet 011 the top He is now at work for chords 7T OREENRIYER UC WAREHOUSE Mr Huckley laying the stone n the retaining wall on the south side and w hen that is done he can siy he worked on the bridge from start to finish as stone- Â¬ mason bridge builder carpenter He is a sober and blacksmith industrious young man and A No WHITE RAN SHELL CD Props allround mechanic and has tiav MAIN ST NET NINTH AND TKNTH - - LOUISVILLE KY eled all over the United States and MAKK YOUIt lIUiSHEllS UIiKEN UIYEK HOUSE Mexico Returns Promptly Made Four Months Auction Sales Daily Many Persons are broUm Storage Free of Charge down from overwork or household cures RK MXLURE SON aSaB liii iSffTiiHJTBrlll K IMS MSI TO Green River Tobacco Warehouse 1 daughter 203 129 aysUra aldsdlRestlon removes excess of bile an4 cures malaria Oct the genuine Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the 35Ve refer shippers to Deposit Hank Frankfort Farmers ami Drover bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Shelbyville Jan 20 tf rwmmmmm mfmttmaumm ffeliKi MjyBSiwitwiilwwihTimMT W- hvimw wrf RtfTgh ir win pmHiWiFimn inifii mni iii nw acKTBSrj wi hUi uhiiiiihiiiji 1 1 r tiJfc ififiAAffiiSErTifiA2l 2jMLSiAMrtwhifcjfc - wwpiwwiiiwi it m- 8 HUH I B For the past 30 days THE BRIDGE MUDDLE has chimed the attention of the public To day this entire community is wild over the great 8 MUS nmtmwm0 fcfflntf WmmBRttmnWr WkmBmA GO WSmmM i None to be packed away An additional big cut for the next Man CRUTCHER snirtsale STARKS Â¬ t7 Sb3S0 52 childrens suits okl style ail wool were sold for 85 to 87 go at WD single breasted splendid values at 815 and 812 so in this sale at 87 125 J One large lot of Wilson Bros finest Shirts that were retailed at S175 all perfect goods to be closed at 81 Co One large lot Ciuette Coon white shirts pique bosoms that were retailed all over the country at S150 go in this sale at 75c all perfect goods One large lot of Ciuette Coon Co fancy shirts with collar attached that were retailed at 8175 go at 75c mens all wool shirts mens ulsters that were 86 go in this sale at 83 21 65 boys suits long pants ags3to IS last season styles were 815 812 810 go in this sale at 8650 U This is the greatest opportunity our citizens have ever had to secure real values at half prices Remember this sale is for cash as no goods are to be charged at these prices r y CRUTCHER Quality Corner Precinct No STARKS 2 M CRUTCH ER KKT STARKS Kia7AJWftsjaMtitrr j3 DR H f a P Gray LOTISVI LIVE TOIIACCO MAIt FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Beautiful weather at present Precinct No 3 Kd Lane Dr We hope it will continue so Uuderwoo Mr Budy Chisms family have COUNTY the measles I McDaniel Bellepoint N Mr Win Martin and wife visit Geo Caples ed the family of Mr Al Thacker Crutchers school house W B last Sunday Robinson D B Walcut Forks Klkhcrn C P Greenup Born To Mr Buck Young and J no McBride wife a son Peaks Mill -- J C Jackson The social at Mr Marsh Smiths Graves Hancock Saturday night was quite an enjoyEd Churchs school h use able affair Wallace Gto Hardin Bald Knob T J Chism J V Next Saturday night and Sun day will be Brother Polsgroves Graves Â¬ Jerome Weitel Stockholders Meeting rpiiKiis will L Mocktioldero older of 11 W ti I A KELIEY t 1 Sales on our market for the just closed amount to 4500 hhds with receipts tor the same period or yi77 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 39769 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 42939 hhds Prices this week have been firm and the buying demand very active All grades considered the market this week has been rather stronger than at any time since the beginning of the season The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ a meeting OK THK of the Peaks Mill Turnpike ItwdCiiiipimitt 1011 Cliirchn store in Teaks week 11111 jy on Jiitrcii iiin at z p in By rj n OF CINCINNATI O will he at the LEW CHURCH Secretary and Tivusurer Mar U Jt MCKCHlRUU President PHOENIX HOTEL IN LKXIMITON KV m hi tK fi H G MATTER Txazs- - Saturday March Saturday March Saturady April 17 31 14 1894 1894 1892 M ii HEMORRHOIDS Pile cured without sunsted operation and with little or no pain Trash dark ordamaged trash bacco 1893 crop Bridgeport regular appointment at Mt Zion A cordial invitation to all An W Bailey interesting sermon is assured Messrs Sun Quire and Bob Sudduth are pieparing ground for a large crop of tobacco Success boys Wonder what has become of Dry Ridge Guess news is scarce since the sinking clos d at that point to the Many congratulations dear old Roundabout Pick e and Pop L P Tarlton J 2 50a tobacco Common Colory trash 3 50J Medium to good colory 4 50 00 3 50 4 00 7 50 5 00 7 50 9 11 15 18 21 Plitiiuiltr 334 MAIN STREET Cedar Run Jacob Bashford Zach Reid The Committee is requested to meet at 2 p m sharp Saml R Smith Chairman Kail to do Their Uutv Â¬ HEElRENCKti Frankfort Ky J A Scott Fnmkloir Ky Anthony Leach Frankfurt Ky J T Maten hninkfort Ky V BiTberlch Frankfort h Rev L P Hulett Hensmi Kj A II McCluie Frankfurt K V 1 hughes Franklon K W McKee Hurdle M Common lugs not colory 4 J Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 7 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 11 Medium to good leaf 15 Good to fine leaf 18 Select or wrappery Jus Uuvlil Moore Uetiion Ky M Wltluow Fiankfoi t Ky 00 00 00 0C FRANKFORT for K 00 00f 00 00 00 00 50 DOUBLE Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themeslves Hundreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousnosH sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow the example of Mrs II Herbrechter Stevens Point Wis who for five IvCulliiiin Committee Atten Â¬ years sullered greatly from nervous prostration and sleeplessness tried tion physicians and different medicines without success But one bottles of Frankfort Kv Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep March S 1S94 f every night and she is feeling like a The Republican Committee of new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel Â¬ er Franklin county is hereby request- triedLaramie City Wyoming who all other remedies declares that ed to meet at the court house on after three weeks ubo of the Nervine March 17 1894 to consider the for henduche nervous prostration date and arrangements lor holding etc J she was entirely relieved free Sold W Onylo Trial bottle bv the Republican County Conven 1 tion to nominate candidates and For Rfni The two story brick re organize the committee under existing laws The present com- residence on the corner of Main and Washington streets now oc mittee is constituted as follows cupied by Mrs M A Murphy SOUTH FRANKFORT Well located and in good repair C C Furr S Possession given April 1st Precinct No ApR Smith ply to Dr G W Chinn Precinct No 2 T R Todd 26 4t 418 Broadway A B Hammond Â¬ Win II Wheeler A prominent contractor and builder ot Adams JN v was a great smoicer Kl n UU BREECHLOADER DAYS iMmrhlets describing these diseases and the mode ot tieatnient cent free to anyone W I KKLLKY Mn by addressing a5t vv KlKht St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE DR KELLFYS otllcound lesldence Is nt 253 West Eighth htieetClnclnnitl aim where ho may be found ever day ol each week except SATUR m 1 Â¬ t- - n M yHPSSfG I I I j I 200 to 5000 Shot Gnns from for years He liked his cigar but did not like the serious throat trouble 925 to 1200 Winchester miles that began to como upon him in the 200 to 10 00 Breecn Loadinz Rifles shape of a bunch or growth As he 125 Nickel Platefl Self CocMe RevolTers expressed it he was afraid lie was going to have a Grant throat At New Winchester Repeating Shot Gnn Model 1893 1688 this stage he began using Dr Hales lend Btuap for GO pg tlaogue audSmt SJ pr rt Household Uinlment applying it SEMPLE GRIFFITH directly to the bunch inside his LOUISVILLE KV throat several times each day A 515 Main UStreet MarlB few weeks of this treatment ontiroly cured the bad throat and Mr Whcel or states that it worked a most won derful cure in his ease and that he re FOR gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 19th STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE century It cures all inllammation Joe ana sue boxes at v u uarpen AND TWO STORY II MCK rirOIinilOOM e M 3ALE0R RENT ijHp 1 Sent -J-tf fcv fl 4 A ters drug store o Midwinter Kuiiv Â¬ combined located on lleiisou residence Avenue IiJlUiioliit In olferel fur Elinor rent Will rent either possesion ulven MnivhMsl department separately If desired Apply to JOH SMITH next door A The Kentucky Midland Kail road will sell tickets to San Fran- Â¬ Accisco and return for S9165 Midwinter Kair count Â¬ 1 Â¬ 4-PO- S-TI V- - LY12 NORTH FRANKFORT Precinct No Berberich 1 T J Todd V Or you arc all worn out really good for noth ing It is General debility Try IF TOUR HACK ACHES Â¬ Buoirits inojf jurrmts It will cure you cleanse your llcr and a good appetite Fou Salic or Rent My residence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W H Rodman Â¬ glvo Four weeks by our method teaching book Â¬ keeping Is equal to twelve weeks by the old htylt Positions guaranteed under certain conditions Our free1 6G and Kupauo catalogues Send for them Drntmhons will explain all Business College and School ot Shorthand mid Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Cheap hoard No vacation Knter any time Address J F Dkauohon Pres Nashville Tenn hS exeÂ¬ m 3r Job work neatly cuted at this office 1 v vmsfffflamimim 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