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Digital page images are linked to the text file. svSffiSsS M spr mwmww V ri Jt The GEO A - Fbamfort Rommboiit A MIX ITO w i LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TQLOClL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 28 I- VOL XVII FKANKFORT KY Latest U S Govt Report KIJAjYA SATURDAY MARCH 17 1894 m vm siVKyynrcv Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder its first reading and was laid over until next Monday night to be acted on in committee of the whole The printing committee was directed to let the printing of said ordinance out to lowest bidder The work house accounts were allowed The finance committee reported which a number of accounts were allowed The ordinance defining the duties of the city attorney had its second reading and passed Mr Haly offered an ordinance in relation to the payment of claims by the council which had its first reading and passed Mr Heffner from the Gas corrlmittee reported in favor of an arc light at Ann and Mero A IN CALIFORNIA Frankfort Bay the Victim of Ills Horse Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS ABSOLUTELY PURE 8ri R- the city coinsrciij Proceedings of the Tuesday Nlglit Regular Meeting Julian members of the IgSSt The same committee reported which had Mooting the license ordinance Mayor and all the council were yv rJ bM present The minutes of the1 last meeting were read and approved Petition of John Cunningham asking a remission of a fine was on motion of Mr Marshall A telegram received by Mr CHAS G PAYNE CHAS T RA V John W Gaines on Wednesday Billiards and Pool evening from Capt W W Bacon Attorney at Law Tte Club MainiSttcct brought the sad intelligence that Frankfort Kentucky the Mr Frank Recter Crittenden had The Finest Tables In Alleyscity Gymnasium nnd Bowling attached Office In tho Hume Building been killed that morning by his CONFECTIONER horse rteai Duartc Los Angeles wvvvyi WM CROMWELL No further JOHN R TODD county California Attorney at Law Manufacturing particulars were given but it is Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner supposed he wa the victim of a Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the runaway accident 41 St Clair Street Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ Vnta lTnmA The deceased was a grandson of ami Sodanl ftmttaB LVtilfaClears nnrl Int Prpntn nnd and sale of real estate collection of rents chase and Tobacco claims and the negotiation of loans Water In season the late Senator John J Critten- wear new uriuue den and a son of the late Major DRUGS WJ CHINN fR Eugene Crittenden of the United Attorney at Law W H AVERILL The deceased was States Army Frankfort Kentucky Druggist raised in this city and during the Will Main Street opp City Hall floor practice In all State Courts Office second administration of President Arthur Custom House Stationery A general was a clerk in the post office specialty stock of Drugs Fine Prescriptionsa Tobacco Cigars and Â¬ W ift1ii fa Iff granted Petition of Black Hughes Co asking that alley way leading to their coal yard be repaired to street committee Referred with power to act Petition of citizens of Broadway asking for an electric light at N depot Rewest end of L ferred to Gas committee Petition of L F Johnson to build two cottages on Murray and Cross streets signed by people Mr W J in the neighborhood Hughes was present and remon strated At the suggestion of Mr Johnson the matter was referred to the street committee The King Iron Bridge Company asked to be released from that portion of the contract re quiring them to remove the piers of the old bridge they having T contracted with Mr Jno Mr Buckley to do said work Pruett offered a resolution in relation to the matter and both papers were referred to the bridge Â¬ rv B Ft mr m i fc iwJ Bto committee -- Mr R B Franklin appeared before the council and asked that the matter in relation to the rent due from Ed and Howard Gaines be left in the hands of the com- Â¬ mittee until he could appear before it Granted The reports of the city officers were received and filed The report of the fire committee was received and the accounts allowed Accidentally Wounded To the storeroom now occupied by S streets The committee on Harris on reported in favor of postponing Ex policeman Dudley Richard- Â¬ the work on Murray street son was dressing after a bath at Adopted the Sulphur Bath HouseThursday from the morning when a pistol dropped Several accounts And will move on oj charity committee were ordered from his pocket struck the floor paid arid was discharged the ball strik Â¬ ABOUT - APRIL - 10th The report of the school board ing him in the calf of the right was received and read It gives leg and coming out at the ankle In the meantime watch my advertise an estimate for 1894 95 and shows He was taken to his room at the ment for that a deficiency will exist of about corner of Ann and Broadway 10728 The report was re- where he received medical atten- Â¬ ferred to school committee tion The bone was not broken The school committee recom Â¬ and it is hoped he will soon be all i That will be offered mended that the clerk oVaw his right again for warrant on the treasurer 100000 People Die and that arrangements 150745 Annually in ttaiB country of con Â¬ be made to pay the interest due sumption Think of it One adult on school bonds The report of out of every bIx and yet in tho oarly stages all pulmonary complaints may the committee was adopted be readily controlled by Dr Halos cer is Household Oough pure The license committee reported tain remedy for coughs Itand a colds in favor of granting the J E which if left to themselves bring on Pleasant pulmonary consumption Gaines Distillingcompany license to take Children like it Tho price to do business on Main street is right only 25 and 60 cents a At No 319 Main Street near bottle at P H Oaraenters drug State National Bank jxa Adftpted b store two years NO W R WILLIAMS CO GUY BARRETT News Dealer and California and has since been en- Â¬ Druggists Bookseller gaged in superintending the ranch Main Sttect 314 332 Main Street of his aunt Mrs A B Lewis Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods His mother Mrs Laura Crit Â¬ hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles Mrs J Swigert tenden and sister FLOUR AND FEED PAINTERS Taylor still reside in this city DONALDSON while his older brother Mr John RE0CK W B BRIDGEFORD Flour Meal Feed and is a lieutenant Jordon Crittenden The Painter Countrv Produce in the army stationed with his 10 St Clair Street Fincel Block South Side regiment in the west His sudden Oysters Fish an I Game In season Choice Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on and untimely death is a great hand ricKies ana preserves blow to his mother and sister streets Report adopted LIVERY WINES Several accounts from the who have the sincere sympathy DARNELL in their MANGAN GEO B SALENDER bridge committee were ordered of a large circle of friends affliction Bridge Saloon Fine Livery paid The remains were buried in Terms Reasonable The bridge committee was 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer California Wines a B California on Tuesdav empowered to employ Mr W specialty 219 Main Street Larkin as policeman at the rate of 50 per month The finance committee were instructed to settle accounts of Â¬ late city treasurer On motion of Mr Utterback ces were the finance committee directed to collect interest due on Midland bonds Mr Pruett offered an ordinance exempting manufactories from such as taxation for five years which was referred to ordinance committee The case of Henry Penn was referred to charity committee with power to act On motion of Mr Pruett it was declared to be the the sense A of this council that Dr city is the regular Duvall -- That I will- physician and that the clerk pay him the salary HARDWARE MERCHANT The council then adjourned until next reguar meeting underDr J About ago he removed to G Hatchitt compounded at all hours NEWSDEALER wyovsReJiy PocketKnives Razors HUNS Scissors The largest Stock and Lowest Pri for the hest quality and you are looking to purchase Please Take Notice M P GRAY Drs Current 17 jwaE jjc Ai an Announcement No apology is necessary on the score of medical propriety for thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made a long careful and special study of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the results of our extensive experience surrounding in Kentucky and in a system of rational countries and successful treatment that we believe has never heretofore been attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful cases not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our assertion that our system does With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases St Clair Street Â¬ We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause c of cancers and varieties Anyone feeling inter Â¬ tumors esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ dressing Smith Paris Ky tf Sowing Machines I have accepted the agency for the Domestic sewing machine and Â¬ BARGAINS would be glad to furnish anyone Call and examine them in need of a Domestic Tuos A Joyce Opposite L N Station 430 Broadway 26 1111 To Arkansas and Texas Feb 13 March 13 April 10 Â¬ HAKPTEIM and May the 8th the Ky Midland will sell tickets to points in Arkan- Â¬ sas Texas and Louisiana at one fare for the round trip See agents for further information C D Bercaw gp a X Js mwmimimffimm i ACfiiU 4 I OUR GRAND OPENING WE ARE NOW READY GOODS NOTIONS etc of any house in our city If you do not want to buy call and get prices We shall take pleasure in waiting on you To show you and quote you the lowest prit es on EOA0QBEHIBIHVBSIWBMHBWHDBiH EVERY ONE Who came was satisfied we had the best and most beautiful line of goods ever put on sale in Frankfort DRY WEITZEL A Iltf PERSONAL - ODONNELL STKEBT -- i ft Lexington Aromalt aids digestion and Mr John M Banta and son Mr Jas R Banta attended commence Â¬ put ides the blood Once tried ment of the Louisville Medical Col always used For sale by W J Scottow lege on Tuesday Â¬ Hadon Willen Woolfolk Mrs ville Hamilton Mat Lara Williams Robert Mrs Emma Walker Herr who has Hunt Willie When calling for these letters say been visiting Mrs Loulie B Long- S B Holmes P M moor has returned to ner homo in advertised Â¬ this city attended the performance of the Mr Robert Trabue left Saturday DeWolf Hopper Opera Company evening for Washington to spend a in Louisville this week Mrs Caswell few days Bennett and daughter Miss Virginia Mrs Ray By rum of Louisville is Mrs D McHenry Mrs Henry 0 1 visiting her aunt Mrs H J Hyde on Murray Mrs D B Walcutt Mrs John H Stewart Misses Sallie and Third street Mrs Thos B Rodman retufffefl Carrie Holt Rose Crittenden Katie Saturday from a visit to her mother Green Todd Saffell Minnie VanDer veer Mary Brent and Clara Fowler in Mt Sterling Mr William Holmes left Tuesday and Messrs Lem McHenry John H Both the method and results when C Murray and Edward O Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant for Dayton Ohio to enter the Stuart H Leigh and refreshing to the taste and acts Soldiers Home gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Ex Gov Buckner of Hart county A Great Benofaotor Liver and JJcwels cleauses the sys spent several days in this city the Educators are certainly the tem effectually dispels colds head first of the week greatest benefactors of the race and aches and fevers and cures habitual The two youngest children of Mr fifcor reading Dr Franklin Miles constipation Syrup of Figs is the H H Watson who have had diph Â¬ popular works we cannot help de Â¬ only remedy of its kind ever nro- Is one of the best in tilt State and tft claring him to be among the most theria are improving entertaining and educating j61 au Â¬ duced pleasing to the taste and ac Mrs J L Rodman has returned New York Daily He is not ceptable to the stomach prompt in thors a stranger to our readers as his ad Â¬ its action and truly beueficial in its out on short notice from a visit to her son Mr F K vertisements appear in ourcolumne eflects prepared only from the most Rodman in Cincinnati in every issue calliner attention to healthy and agreeable substances its Mrs T B Newman who has been the fact that tliis elegant work on many excellent qualities visiting relatives here returned to Nervous and Heart Disease is dis Â¬ to all and have made commend it it the most tributed free by our enterprising Louisville on Saturday druggist J V Gayle Trial bottle popular Tcmedy known Dr J Q A Stewart and family of Dr Miles Nervine are given away Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c have removed to the Kentucky Mili Â¬ also a book of testimonials showing and SI bottles by all leading drug that it is unequalled for nervous tary Institute to reside Any reliable druggist who prostration headache poor memory gists dizziness nleeplessness neuralgia may not have it on hand will pro Miss Hoge of Staunton Virginia cure it promptly for any one who 2 is visiting Miss Eva Hoge near hysteria fits epilepsy wishes to try it Do not accept any Jetts Station this county Advertised Letters at Frunkfort substitute f Misses Janle Dehoney and Laura Kentucky CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO French spent Monday and Tuesday 8AN FRANCISCO CAL with relatives in Georgetown LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ Mrs Grant Green jr has been quite tised letters for the week ending ill the past week at her home on March 17 1894 Third street but is some better NOTICE Aliens worth Mr Jefferson Will Peater Moberly Herman The Misses Reed who have been McCoy Fiunkfoht KY Murch 12 1891 spending the winter with the Misses Burgers Fred H Olff LeeW R Benet Frank Is to certify that Uannen Hursoyhave Overton have gone to Louisville dssolved partnership and that G i Uannen Burchell W D Rawlott L S B Is to aBsumo all debts of the arm of llannen fc Roborson Miss Hursey and nil persons Indebted to said llrm Miss Rebecca Johnson returned Colston Hugh Crawford W H Fannie D uru io seme wnu u u uannen Saturday from a visit of several weeks Oummings Billie Sullivan J J W 8 HURSEY Mar 17 lm O L UANMEN Davis Charlie to friends in Richmond Virginia Seward Mr Oliver Dorsey Oal Sharp Mrs Sallie i Miss Clara Fowler leaves to day Eager Dr B F Tarry Mr E Treadway George AMVflfl for DOUBLE for her home in Lexington after an Gordon J W Howeul J E Thompson James extended visit to Mrs 0 Bennett Hannah J B Thomson Miss BREECH LOADER Miss Hannah Muldoon Lidia who has Harris J Turner Miss Nety been visiting Mrs Ohas W Saffell Hamer Miss Kattie Wadkins Cai has returned to her home in Louis- Mr Humphrey Evans of Indian- Â¬ apolis Ind is visiting his mother on Mr I B Nail of Louisville spent Lewis street Tuesday in this city Capt Jacob Swigert who has been Col J d Craddock of Paris spent confined to the house for several Tuesday in this city days is improving Miss Virgie Stanton is visiting Mr Lucian Mastin has been very friends in Louisville ill at the home of his parents on Ann Mr Pat Hagerty of Lexington was street the past two weeks but is now improving in the city on Monday last Mr George WLewis of Louisville Hon Garrett S Wall of Maysville spent Sunday with his brother and spent Tuesday in this city Mr R S Brown of Louisville was sister Mr W A and Miss Margaret Lewis in Bellepoint in the city on Tuesday last Mrs P H Newman jr and family Mrs James N Miles returned Monand Mrs Kate Mahoney leave about day from a visit to Louisville Mrs Clay H Hatchitt of Scott the first of Aprilfor St Louis where county is visiting relatives in this city they will make their home Mr Wm McEnnis who was sum Â¬ Maj H S Hale left Thursday for moned home last week on account of Eddyville on official business the fatal illness of his baby boy re Misses Sallie and Carrie Holt re to Uniontown Monday turned Monday from a visit to Paris turned Miss Evlyn Hoge who has been Col E Polk Johnson and wife of Louisville were in the city Saturday spending the winter with relatives in Â¬ Mi6S Susie Brown returned Satur- Â¬ Richmond Virginia returned Satur day from a visit to friends in Hender day to her home in this county son Misses Alice Lounsbury of Stam- Â¬ The Misses Overton left Tuesday ford Connecticut and Florence Fran Â¬ for a visit of several days to Louis- Â¬ cis of New York have returned home after a visit to Mis W P Hudson jr ville Lexington Mrs Jennie Skain of Mr A Phythian Saffell wife and spent Monday in this city with rela- Â¬ daughter are spending this week tives with Mrs Saffells parents Hon E Mr E L Samuel returned Thurs- Â¬ H Taylor and wife at Thistleton day morning from a trip to Sherman near this city Texas Hon John W Bine who has been Dr J G Hatchitt of Newtown quite ill at the Capital Hotel was so scott county spent Wednesday in far improved on Tuesdav as to be this city able to leave for his home in Marion Mr Richard Godson editor of the Crittenden county Midway Clipper spent Monday in The following ladies and gentlemen Â¬ Â¬ Among the People 3IS -- OVER CO 4 t News very scarce Fine weather for farming Some of our people have begun plan ting their gardens Mrs Will Sudduth who has ON MAIN STEET TO been on the sick list for the past two weeks is able to be out again Mr Geo Mitchell has also about BasEiriEnt nf the Capital Hntel recovered Mrs Wash Crutch er who has BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a been confined to her room for short time nearly three months we are glad to say is able to be out JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Vd i i iif There will be services at Mt Zion Christian Church tomorrow oclock Rev H M Pols at grove will occupy the pulpit 11 THE ROUNDABOUT yt Our correspondent also included an excellent letter of advice tooung men which is too lengthy for publication Ed Â¬ For Rent The two story residence on the and Washington cupied by Mrs Well located and Possession given ply to Dr G 26 4t brick Â¬ corner of Main streets now ocM A Murphy in good repair April ist ApVV Chinn 418 Broadway THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Â¬ w it i Per Year Â¬ Â¬ Our Job Department art prepared to tur Â¬ Â¬ 41sW VV A A AAA SfUU 5000 1200 200 to 1000 Breecn Loadlnfl Rlliw Self cocking Eefolyers Mel Platea 125 Now Wincnestei Repeating snot Gun Model 1893 1688 Sod ScBUnp far 60 ptf CUIof Shot Odds from Rifles to Winchester 200 925 to BINDERY til kinds gotten up in the highest style of GRIFFITH 5 Main Mar 18 1 SEMPLE mmtlptrmt Blank Books of the art Street LOUISVILLE KY Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job Wrk of all kiudi solicits WmWm 3i 4 SILVER NOVELTIES EASTER SELBERTS JEWELER Goiioral Comment The Brazilian war is over at last and the government forces are vic- Â¬ torious It became apparent when Admiral Benham of the United States Navy refused to recognise the blockade which Da Gama the rebel Admiral was attempting to enforce on Rio that all hope of success by means of the Navy was at an end and only the reported successes of the land forces under De Mello kept the spirit of revolution alive Both these leaders have now sought refuge on board the Portugese men of war and President Poixoto will beable to turn the reins of government over to his recently elected successor unhampered by the daily threat of bat tle which was always going to but never did materialize into a decisive engagement The whole affair was a toy war compared to what it would have been in a more stable govern- Â¬ ment To our own gallant and sensi Â¬ ble Admiral is due much of the credit ibr the termination of the farce Â¬ Hair Pins Hat Pins Hat Marks Coat Hangers Umbrella Straps Bag Tags s Book Marks Ribbon Book MarKs c 14 w - v --Vjj Key Tags Tie Clasps LinK Buttons Scabbard Pins Etc etc great attention which is given to the Hard Times but smallest details was a revelation to me and I have ever since regarded Still in the Ring the millions which the firm has re- Â¬ GARDEN ceived from the Government as richly earned The Indiana is expected Look at the following prices to be one of the finest 19 lbs Granulated Suear S100 for 100 ships afloat and if her being so de FULL STOCK OB FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL New Orleans sugar 26 pounds25 cents grape vines asparagus small fruits Arbuckles Lyon nnd XXXX pends upon the conforming to speci- Â¬ shrubs and every thing usually found In a nursery Best Jreen Coffee iWz eonts We sell direct to the planter Hood Green Cotfee 20 cents fications by the Messrs Cramp she establishmentagents Catalogues on application Meat per pound 10 cents and have no H F H1LLENMEYER Best Flour ier 100 pounds 190 undoubtedly will to prove herself Lexington Ky Polks Tomatoes 10 cents are willing to conform to a higher standard but who And themselves passed by for libertines and roues and that too by good women who know the character of these latter and who are blinded not so much by the prejudices of society as by their own weakness and infirmity of judgment and we very much fear it will take more than education to ehange it Now that the Legislature has ad journed and a resume can be made of its work as compared with that of other Legislatures of the past it is being complimented on all sides by the State press Nor are these compliments undeserved although the people of Frankfort are so much dis- Â¬ appointed by the failure to make any provision for a new State Capitol that they at least do not endorse them as heartily as would otherwise be the case It is true that economy was necessary but provision could have been made for commencing the work which would not have required im- Â¬ mediate outlay and would have al- Â¬ lowed time for the State to recover from the business depression while at the same time it would have insured the erection of buildings which are almost absolutely necessary at no distant day There never was a Legislature whose work gave entire satisfaction and the one just de Â¬ ceased probably accomplished more good work in shorter time that most of its predecessors Better than this however is the absence of that use Â¬ less legislation which merely cum- Â¬ bers tho Statute Books and which the new Constitution however it may be maligned had muoh to do with stopping Â¬ Â¬ Orchard Lawn line-of-battl- e- Â¬ The Recluse The Modern Way Commends itself to the well formed to do pleasantly and ef fectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeable as well To cleanse the syste n and break up colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Â¬ Â¬ Figs Scottow keeps on hand a fresh supply of Aromalc Dont fail to include a package in your next order for groceries 28 6t Sugar Corn 10 cents Perfection Corn 121 cents Caramel Syrup Molasses per gallon 30 cents Jelly per pound 5 cents Apple Butter per pound 7i cents Preserves per pound 10 cents 3 lbs Table Peaches 15 cents 3 lbs Pie Peaches 10 cents MapleSyrup per Jug 50 cents FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Good Tea per pound 35 cents uai Jieui per pounu i cents Frankfort Brewing CosJ Assinek Flff Lima Beans per tound 5 cents vs Navy Beans per pound- - 4 cents iDefts Frankfort Brewing Co c Prunes per pound 10 cents A LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AAINST French jtithe Frankfort Brewing company aie bpreby Mii9tnrdSardines 15 cents Sardines 10 notified to present the same to me proven ns re- Â¬ American Sardines 5 cents quired by law or to appear before me and prove Gallon Can Apples 30 cents cents the same as required by law on or before April 2 Marrowfat Peas 10 cents 1894 Everything else just as cheap CASH ONLY W H POSEY Cor Cross und Murr y Commissioner F C C E GARDNER 27 3t Feb 20 lm Mar 10 3m NOTICE 1 1 WJ EEMOVES Mr Henry Labouchere offered an Amendment in the English House of Commons on Tuesday proposing to Abolish the House of Lords and to the amazement of everybody it was carried by u vote of 147 to 145 in to Dr Hales Household Ointment 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 Cures Coughs and Colds Can be 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 size oheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpenters drug store thought spite of the opposition of the govern- Â¬ ment Many of those who voted for the amendment declared afterwards that they did so merely to secure a good division in the House and that if they had entertained any idea that it would carry they would not have done so As it is everything seems to be in a muddle and the Cabinet is considering whether to resign or not In viSw of the developments of recent years it would seem that the Lords could be spared without much loss to the government of the Tight tight little isle but the old English spirit of conservatism hardly pre pared for so radical a ohange in its system stands aghast at the very Â¬ n Cleans the Scalp ami DANDRUFF MONON ROUTE AND OUEES 1 The Direct and Popular Line to ECZEMA B CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Restores the Mr Albert Voiles the Legislative Correspondent of the Louisville Com- Â¬ mercial in a resume of its acts in his paper calls attention to the good work which was accomplished by the Republican minority during the session Later The House on Thursday rescinded its aotion by refusing to pass the whole address in which the and amendment was embodied everything is serene again 1 All who have read that remarkable novel The Heavenly TwinsJwlll be interested in an article by its author Jtfme Sarah Grand which appears in the North American Review for March and in which she attempts to give logical shape to her ideas The Heavenly Twins is more remark able for proving that something iB wrong in our sooial system in which all thinking people will agree without argument than for suggesting any practical remedy and this same objection will be urged against the article in the North American Madame Grand is earnest and sin- cere but she is vague She declares that in future men must be better and women will be wiser but she utterly neglects to telj us what we are going to do with our weak human She starts out with the natures idea that in order to induce women to require greater purity and less self indulgence from men all she has to do is to educate them a little It may not be so in Europe where young girls are more carefully guard Â¬ ed from the knowledge of suoh things than they are here but in this country there is no necessity that a woman should be in ignorance of the character of the man she marries There is a much larger proportion of men than Madame would think who -- Â¬ the State if the minority were so much larger as to keep the party in power constantly on the alert to guard against mistakes which might at any time lose it the control of leg- Â¬ islation The minority was larger this time than it haB been for twenty five years and if its aotion was not characterized by a single mistake as Mr Voiles says at least they were few and far between The fact that they always voted as an unit gave them- - considerable influence on all measures and it is to be hoped that their number will be increased in the next Legislature not so much because they are Republicans as be- Â¬ cause they are not Democrats The new battle ship the Indiana will soon be ready for her official trial and it is said that the Messrs Cramp are satisfied that she will make 16 knots an hour the contract requirement being 15 knots To the ordinary mind the amount of money which a single war ship costs seems extravagant but a visit to the im Â¬ mense ship yards of thiB firm while a vessel is in course of construction will prove an education in the mat- Â¬ ter While in Philadelphia some years since I was shown over the cruiser New York which was then receiving her machinery by one of the officials of the company and was also shown the keel of the Indiana which had then just been laid The way in which the immense vessels are built up piece by piece and the It would be much better for Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale lincklcns Arnica Salve bj all Drtipglsls Price 25c The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum feb 10 ly Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfa6tion or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ ft TRADE MARK Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address SL Brjan C PA W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE -- KY a 111 Phil Carpenter 8 ly Â¬ For Malaria Liver Trou ble orIndigestionuse Miles Nervo and Liver Pills bROWNS IRON BITTERS Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly CAN OBTAIN A PATENT For a rompt I opinion wrlto to 8 I U N N answer and an honest nearly fifty years fc CO who have bad ezperlenoo In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation conoornlnfr Patents and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientlflo books sent free Patents taken through Munn Se Co roectvo special notice in the Scientlflo Anierlcnn and thus are brought widely before the public with Â¬ out cost to the inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work in the world 83 a year Samplo copies sent free Building Edition monthly tlGO a year Single copies 25 cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO New yore 301 Broadway rTHikMM71 BiiiAYninnii V COPYRIGHTS H OR Jas Barker G P A Chicago m I The quick and direct route from LL Louisville to Arkansas and Texa One hundred and fifty mites SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And the only route Pale Faces show Depleted Blood poor nourishment They bad Anaemia TUB WEEKLY WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Courier - Journal Is a ten page eight column Democratic News paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor Â¬ If you are going to emigrate to everything Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Hquston This Is are signs of Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphltes en- Â¬ riches the blood purines the skin cures Anaemia builds up the system Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived by Q2 Frio 1 A STear CO the The WEEKLY COURIER JOnRNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample coplesot the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to OHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE No change of cars to COURIER - JOURNAL LOUISVILLE TUE KY Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleans For further Information address ROUNDABOUT AND C P ATMORE G P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY TA THE -- WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 190 Ky Fprd by Scott Substitutes All Drug lata X Ilown NY will bo sent one year to any address for Address GEO A LEWIS Frankfort Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office 4 1 Bargains W Bargains 1ST -- Bargains This is no fake but clean facts X2H i Ladies and Gentlemens Cold and Gold Filled Watches Every case and movement is guaranteed and you have the brightest and largest stock in Frankfort to select from L Coppersmith All ft JBWBLEH Modjeskn Â¬ Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post office at Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter Thats to be Done The dry wall in the rear of the It is seldom that we can ansouth abutment is about com- nounce the coming of such a truly GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub pleted the cracks in the abutment great artist as Modjeska who is and wing walls are to be pointed to appear at the Theatre this FRANKF OTW MARCH 17 1894 up with Portland cement and holes evening That she occupies the are being drilled through the bot- very foremost position in AmeriXcnr llcliig Serious tom of the abutment to let the cas histrionic world is conceded Mrs Ben G Williams and water out This is about all that on all sides and that she will Miss Rebecca Williams were out will be done to repair the damage never appear again in this city as riding in a buggy Sunday and in and the question arises will the she intends to retire after next going down St Clair street the bridge be accepted when this work season is sufficient inducement to horse they were driving took fright is done If it is it can be thrown more than crowd the house In and ran rapidly lowards the open to vehicles next week but if the late Mr Lewes book on bridge Mrs Williams was hold- the committee insists upon the Actors and the Art of Acting ing her baby in her arms and Miss cracked walls coming down we he says Rachel was the panther Rebecca was driving and when may have to wait some time for a of the stage with a panthers nearing the intei section of Wap ride over to the South Side terrible beauty and undulating ping and St Clair streets Miss grace she moved and stood and An Interesting Meeting Williams by dropping the left line glared and sprang Scorn triand pulling on the right with all The local Lodge of Stationary umph rage and merciless maligni- her strength succeeded in turning she coud represent in symbols the horse out Wapping and he Engincers held a very interesting Ul puwer oui sue nao was stopped in front of the Post Pen meeting in bower and e tenderness no womanly Â¬ W 227 St Clak Street lYicKEE HARDIE KY Now is the time to plant HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT Â¬ G j urden LaANORRTHS We have a new and complete stock of On hand and will ask you to give us a call - Â¬ W McKEE HAEDIE Jan21 lT C L GAYLE V 1 JOE T STATEN k CO i i Â¬ wild ride and the little one slept tuii w- Offio side from a bad fright jflered little from their - iuuvj A through it all A Probable Candidate j The name of Mr McKinzie R Todd is being mentioned in con- Â¬ nection with the Republican nom ination for Migistrate in this the first magisterial district Mack is a bright young man and is now attending the Law School of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor from which he will graduHe was a delegate ate in May from the College League of Republican Clubs to the National Convention o Republican Clubs which met in Louisville in 1893 and is also a delegate to the convention which meets in Syracuse New York in June If nominated he will make a strong fight for the position and if elected will fill the office with ability Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pension Agent Adams w Maj Geo M Adams who has made his home in this city the greater pirt of th last eight or ten years was on Wednesday appointed by the President U S Pension Agent for Kentucky and will in a fev days remove to Louisville and take charge of the office Major Adams had the support of Senator Lindsay in the fight for fie position and won after a long struggle over numer- Â¬ ous other applicants arlous forms of chills and fever bilious mittent dumb ague or ugue cake can only be effectually guarded against by fortifying the sjs- tem against Insidious attacks with Hostetters Stoma li Bitters a thorough antidote to the poison of miasma In the sjstem and n safe guard against It thoroughly to be relied upon In the event of u malarious attack aold poisoning your system with quinine and use Instead this wholesome remedy unobjectionable In taste and far more etllcaclous than any drujr Use t e Hitters fur djspepsla biliousness consti Â¬ pation kidney complaints and rheumatism Â¬ SuPday afternoon fnftnv gayety -- J u at wich the safety valve i i i s uc iasc aurmuies uiai bilance slide valve steam11 and electiicity were entertain Modjeska excels for she is pre ingly discussed Quite a number eminent in all those aualities go to make charming of visitors were present among which them several members of the womanliness anJ delightful person ality These attributes have won Legislature for her as many admirers in this J iot Sold country as she left behind in Moreover like Ristori Mr L F Johnson owned a lot Poland is most conscientious and on Murray street near Campbell she upon which he proposed to erect never plays indifferently as does who gives an rvvo frame rnttaaes which he nrr- - Sarah Bernhardt posed to rent but as the propertvl uneVen Performance in order that was immediatelyinfront of theshemay flshout bV contrast at residence of Mr W J Hughes some supreme moment Modjeska the lattergentleman objected to will concentrate the fulness of her the building and as a compromise art when she appears as Lady bought the lot from Mr Johnson Macbeth here and she will bring the strongest supporting compaAn Unseen 13nomy ny now touring this country toIs more to be dreaded than an open ami vlslblu one That subtile uml lurking foe which under gether with all the special scenery the generic name of malaria manifests Itself used in her metropolitan prowhen It clutches us in lis tenacious grasp In the duction re- Â¬ Hal1 I 1 1 Alcrs iiduit Have purchased the entire stock i i of i rt FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture i i Maim- - t i i i 1 i i i facturing Co M a i i i i i -- Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct i SOLID OAK SUIT a OHEVAL 1500 1800 i i Al Â¬ Oome now and look we have 100 i i Suits and over 300 Bedsteads i i to sell in ihe next few months Â¬ is it necessary Dr Hales Household Tea will cure it We have a great many testimo Â¬ nials from people who say it has abso Â¬ lutely cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25c and 50o a package at P H Carpenters drug Isnt pleasant nor Dyspepsia 226 ANN STREETAAAA A i i 1 v a AAAAAAAAAj store h Black fit Hursey DEALERS IN J Â¬ Ilns Xot Grown Old The Stamping G ound corres Will be Beautified of the Baptist Church is to be beautifully frcs Messrs T J Kover coed Son who have the contract for painting and frescoing the Gov- Â¬ ernment Building have been given the contract and the work will be well done Dr Bantu Dr William P Banta of this Â¬ city graduated from the Louisville Medical College on Tuesday afternoon and is now a full fledged MD He has been a hard stu- Â¬ dent loves his profession and will doubtless make his mark as a As yet he has not practitioner fixed upon a location but we trust will succeed in finding a community where he can build up a practice and become a useful citi zen Â¬ pondent of the Georgetown Times says of a resident of this county Elmville boasts of an octogena rian who has never lost a tooth and can crack hickory nuts with his teeth has never felt the need of eye glasses and can with his rifle pick a squirrel from the tallest tree and can see to thread His At the Opera Houo Xext Week the finest cambric needle name is Benjamin Riddle born The management of the Opera in 1808 in this county and has House have secured Mr T B spent his life in this county until two years ago He hewed all the Alexander and his excellent com- Jj n for every evening next week j0f Threlkelds now Stone Bros pany The repertoir will consist of the Mill and is said to have made latest and most approved plays more staves and clap boards than and popular prices of admission any man who ever lived in the will prevail county The interior FINE HARNESS and SADDLES A A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND i3 mar 10 Sm 232 TO TTisT sIIElE3T- - uua YOU WANT GKE311 XlfcTOIfcT THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture ji M Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs After a Brief Illness Mrs Geo TCrutchley formerly Miss Mattie Runyan of this city died at the home of her husband in Norborne Missouri on Friday of last week March 9th after an illness of only one week and the funeral took place on Sunday PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder RakinfS Powder No Ammonia No Alum REDUCED PRIGE3 in greatly xi m our stock consisting of Parlor Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come whije the assortment is unbroken wi Used in Millions of Homes AprlllS ly 40 Years the Standard R ROGERS SON 5 I 1 C V TZ CRX7TCSBR Prcsldsat T W CKC70CEIE Secretary THE KENTUCKY BUGGY AND OP- - HARNESS WORKS BUILDERS FINE VEHICLES OF EVERY KIND W P Surries Phaetons Buggies Buck Boards Spring Wagons Harness and Saddles wr Pv ite WE SELL AT LOWER PRICES THAN ANYBODY Farm Wagons Cultivators Corn Planters Disc Harrows Clover Seeders Syracus and Hillside Plows Avery Steel Plows Chattanooga Chilled Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Plow extras for all kinds of Plows Wagn Gear Plow Gear Hames and Traces Backhands and Straps Carl Harness Track Harness Break Planless Bits and Bridles Lines and Hitcji Straps Horse Boots Horse Covers Delivery Wagons Carts Barouches Surries Phaetons Buggies Buckboards Side Saddles Mens Saddles Whips Lap Robes M Several f ffood second hand vehioles will sell cheap Clover Seed for Sale SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES FACTORY HEAD OP BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MARCH 17 1894 RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE L h3 Tcrtcliers Association Programme of the Franklin County Teachers Association to be held at the court house in Frankfort the second Saturday in April 1894 at 1 1 oclock Song N TIME TABLE e is now The following time effeot upon tho L fc N n TBAINB WEST Spring Gentle Spring with modest pride Once more the Hnrp of Nature takes And aB her Angers oer It elide The sleeping world to song awakes Through the land the merry notes Borne by zephyrs far and near Finds echo in a thousand throats Filling tho heart with hope and cheer Winter flies and leaves tho field Retreating from the bright array Yet he fain would backward steal Loth as ye to yield the day The tender leaf soon shall appear And on the hills the flowers bright Een now peep forth the song to hear And In her sunny smile delight Wecome Spring beneath thy skies As In the ages long ago The blessed Star of Hope shall rise And ore the world its radiance throw Yi r No231eavesFrnnkfort Ho 17 leaves Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 leaves Frankfort TBAINB BAST 5fi0 am 960 a m 255 pm 735 pm 1020 a m 453 pm 735 pm Prayer by Rev Garret Reed Welcome Address by Frank Johnson Response by Miss Mary Hcarn Song by Switer Quartette Selection of Trustees by G B Han- Â¬ cock and Thos Hunter Song by the Parrent Bros Recitation by Miaa Katie Juett Selection of Teachers by W H Par rent by special request Recitation by Earnest Parrent Reading by special request by J L Scott The Improvement of School houses and Grounds by F M Shelton and J 0 Porter Music H CD 3 - No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 1 eaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort 855pm Song by Glass SB QjH og O co 50 and passengers Christiansbnrg for for Lexington and points beyond Nob 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot at Anchoraee for Bloomfield Branch Kentucky Midland By Shortest and quickest between CL Tho Day Sot The date of the meeting of the State League of Republican Clubs in this city has been fixed by President L J Crawford for the 31st of May A large attendance is expected and the following committee was appointed to make arrangements for the meeting by the Garfield Club on Saturday night N I McDaniel Geo W Reock Thos Hunter President Lucy Pattie 0 H Parrent R H Graham p t- CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT PCD L 3 Only direct line between W M Wiley Vice Presidents Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Well Bet a Cent Household Ointment is the finest remedy in the world for general use It takes away pains at once For MajsTille Cynhiana mouth and Covington VIA KY It js to call your attention to the fact that Dr Hales You will read this ASK FOR TICKETS MIDLAND TRAINS RUN BY GEKTHAL STANDARD TIME y WHVanWinkle H J Hyde cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a hundred ailments one is apt to have You want it in the house all the time and after you have once tried it you wont be without it 25 and 50 cents a box at P H Carpen Â¬ b ters drug store THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE TIMETABLE TRAINS E AST Lv Frankfort Lv A NOV 20 1B93 A I II 1 P H V x 100 110 125 No No 3 No 7 m Ate Jas Saffell 0 0 Furr B 0 Milamv S S Shepherd T R Todd S R Smith M P Gray IJanrt Seekers Excursions I I 0 A Nelson H G Banta Jas Sower V Berberich A B Hammond Lewis Finnell W R Wells T fct J Todd Johnli Scott jr Unci an Accident Policy Mi C T Freeman of Woodford county who was so unfortunate as to lose his left hand by the Â¬ Â¬ At accidental discharge of a gun two weeks ago is improving slowly He was so fortunate as to have taken out an accident policy a month ago and will receive twenty five hundred dollars for the loss of his hand and twenty five dollars per week for ten weeks for loss of time from business Will Run for Constable r Would be pleased to have all farmers or others who are inter-esteu drop us a card asking tor information about our Land Seek- Â¬ ers Excursions Tickets at one fare for the round Ltfuisville 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 8th Febru- Â¬ ary 8th March 8th and April 9th Limited to twenty days for return Write to W P Cooley T P A Cleveland O C A Baird T P A Detroit Mich or A J Lytic N P A Chicago Ills for information as to rates etc and for literature on the South or to W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O a a J SAPOLIO Lawn Mowers Decl6 ly Lvswltzer Lr Stamping lv uuvan Summit Lr Elkhorn 700 7HG 400 4 06 711 Ground B 718 7J9 73U 412 420 4 bl 140 200 Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Deiwt Lv Newtown Lv 742 749 768 Centrevlile Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris TRAINS WEST at 0 I E20 816 a 4b8 443 450 506 617 625 629 540 M A 210 220 235 335 345 M I 300 320 400 M IA Ml P Paris ArEll7iibeth Ar Centervllle Lv C P No 2 INo 4 6 60 9 05 INo8IMo13 440 4F8 525 545 915 GOO Ar Newtown Ar 0 S Depot Ar Georgetown 920 928 9 10 G0 Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware antf on LAWN MOWERS I r lonnson Ar Imvull ArStamplnKGrounil Ar Swltzer Ar Ar B Elkhorn Summit Ar Franklort A 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1156 680 635 648 655 7 08 6 42 bUS A liia 1210 and 715 730 LS 749 800 aiO 830 860 905 600 721 915 925 Lead The Market 500 323 BZeO-XD7--A-- B C connects with connects with connects with L AN C Q KC am Railway and connec- Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north booth east and west For further Information apply to their agents C D BERCAW Lve 1210 p in The Kentucky Midland Ive Frankfort SUNDAY TRAINS 945 a m Arr Georcetown 1040 Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort Gen Pass Agt 2 Mr Caleb W Merchant will make the race for Constable in this the first magisterial district Mr as a Republican candidate Merchant served the city for twelve years as a policeman and made a good arid efficient officer He is thoroughly reliable and if elected to the position of Constable will discharge the duties faith Â¬ fully and well Â¬ Street E B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent GEOB HARPER Gen Supt suffering with weakness and errjaciation who give little nourishment to babiesshould take Mothers F 17 n Chesapeake NSW YORK TON Ohio Ry WASHING Ciie Â¬ PHILADELPHIA Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypdphosphltes It will give them strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse It Dont bo deceived by M 109 lit wcin 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN BOSTON and all Eastern Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN TOINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST HOUND 1892 To See tho Solons It mcni that Die Queen ami Crcoeent Rout li IT milei thorttit Imiiniutl ami Lcxliiinuu VI mill tlurtrt Cincinnati to J mlnslnmi fo intlvi ifaurteit Cinclnnuli tu NwOrUum liiuillnliortii Clnilunjli to ClutUnuuga AtUuUi or Juckiunvill KlurlJi V A large party of students both young ladies and young men came down from the State College at Lexington on Saturday spent the day in this city visiting the Legislature and points of interest about tlie city SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS ctwecn all of the abate poind Thrannh Can to Vickkurjt ami 5 hrere Unljr lino running llircugli tan Cincinnati tu Hnoivllle anj Hrt Ailietllli N C Direit line ti Texnaaml Uexieo U New Orlcana or l Shreveiurt Alk axenta about tuurt tu Califurula Krunt Inniiiiillt rholl vlllo anil Ijtwrrnrtburfi dirvet runnectioa ii mad at Lexington With 1 utibulij trulna to all uinta buutfi YT C IJINKARSOK Ginl 1anr Agent Ciuclnntl O Lve Lexington 7 15 a h Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Accom No 2G daily ex Sun 1140 a m Vestlhuled Express No24 dally 615 pm MtSterltngAccom No28dallyex Suu5S0p v WEST BOUND rrpud by Scott A Bownt Substitutes Y All DraiUU k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Ji without change No Bus transfers G Lexington Accom No 27 dally exSun 800 am Louisville Express No 21 dally 1245 pm Lexington Accom No 26dallyexSun4 sl5 p M 615pm Vestibule ExpfesJ No 23 dally Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Arr Lexington HW FULLERAgt Genl Pass Wahloton BC W BARNEY D P Lxlngton VT CBRYAN Asst Genl Pass Agt Clnslnaatl A fci7TCKl V 6 7f fyft ivT - BROTHERS MASTIN m w 6r W KSm the agency and will keep in stock the followÂ¬ 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 Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc Wo have secured J r a I COMB c3C EZHZlvSIEIfcTIE STOCK A 4 MASTIN BROTHERS REIiIGIOUS Baptist Church The usual ser Â¬ vices at 11 and 730 to morrow will be conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor Catholic Church Rev Father Donley of Louisville will conduct the services at the Church of the Qood Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Christian Church Rev George Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Night subject What is the Bible For Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Episcopal Church There will be the usual service at Ascension Church on Washington street between Main 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 Rev R L McCready 630 p m rector McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are Rev J First Presbyterian Church invited Methodist Church The second quarterly conference service for this conference year will be held morning at 11 oclock Rev J Rand of Lexington will preach at both services Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev Southern Presbyterian Church B Rev Geo Darsie goes to Lexington Monday to commence a protracted meeting at the Main street Christian Church in that city w Rev I J Spencer of the Broadway Christian Church Louisville begins a protracted meeting with the Christian Church of this city April 9th The Fisli Iiaw We give below the law passed by the Legislature just adjourned The Fish and Game Club will meet next week to take steps looking to the enforcement of its provi- Â¬ Duckcrs Sec 2 That any person or per- Â¬ sons who shall place or cause to Billie Owens be placed in any of the running waters designated in section one Preparations are being made any drug injurious substance for a very large acreage of tobacco medicated bait or any dynamite the coming year or other explosive agent with in- Â¬ Mrs R W True is visiting her tent to injure poison cr catch fish mother Mrs W B Jones shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction thereof shall Mr Sam Johnson and family be fined not less than fifty dollars have moved to Franklin county nor more than one hnndred dollars Mr Johnson and his family had for each offense and the cost of made many friends here who will prosecution miss them Sec x That sixty per cent of Will the Legislature give us a all the fines collected for violations We need it to of the provions of this act shall befree turnpike law Of protect ladies from insult paid into the treasury of the this more anon county in which such fines are im- Â¬ posed the remaining forty per The name of Breckinridge no cent to be paid to the civil officer longer fires the hearts of Ken securing the apprehension and tuckians We are all for Billie conviction Owens Sec 4 That the circuit courts Mr Henry Goin late in the of the respective counties of the of the offenses employment of the Mason Foard State wherein any herein enumerated are committed Co at Chicago has returned to shall have exclusive jurisdiction to his home indict try and punish such offend- Â¬ BillieBarbour is likely to be ers Woodfords next county judge Sec 5 That it shall be the duty and he is quite suited for the place of the judge in ill circuit courts being a thorough reformer and an of the respective counties of this able lawyer btate to give this act specially in charge to each grand jury of said When we were young the court young ladies used to have a hanSec 6 That this act shall not dle to their names and gentlemen be construed to prevent any per- Â¬ were expected to use it but son from using minnow seines less tempora mutantur et nos than fifteen feet in length and five mutamur in illis A gentleman in depth to catch minnows for doesnt need but a few days ac bait or trot lines or pole and line quaintance now to enable him to to catch fish say Maud Kate orSallie utter-Â¬ Sec 7 That acts or parts of ly ignoring the Miss that he acts heretofore passed in conflict should prefix The ladies may with this act are herebyjrepealed submit but they know hes a Sec S Whereas the fish in the boor all the same BULLDOFJS streams of this States are being constantly killed by drugs and by A severe rheumatic pain in the dynamite and other explosives an left shoulder had troubled Mr emergency is declared to exist Loper a well known druggistJ H of and this act shall take effect when DesMoines Iowa for over six months signed by the Governor At times the pain was so severe that he could not lift anything With all he could do he could not get rid of Hows ThiBP it until he applied Chamberlains Pain Balm I only made three ap Â¬ We offer One Hundred Dollars Re plications of it he says And have He ward for any case of Catarrh that since been free from all pain can not be cured by taking Halls now recommends it to persons simi Â¬ Catarrh Core larly afflicted It is for sale by P F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O H Carpenter South Side Druggist We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and Cars Ilunnliig Next Week believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ The generator for the electric tions made by the firm railway arrived yesterday and is West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio being put up at the power house Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ and it is expected that the street sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ cars will be running by the latter nally acting directly upen the blood and mucous surfaces of the system part of next week Prioe Too per bottle Sold by all druggists A Million Friends Â¬ L B MARSHALL WA 5AINES U L 8 MARSHALL A CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOE RENT FRAME RESIDErCE OF TWO STORY Cross street near Conwav SEVN This on Is very desirable property and will be rented at a FOR SALE A on Cross street near Conway This proper Â¬ ty has a very goad lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be 6old at u low figure TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE moderate price FOE EENT LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ B TUE South Frankfort known as the Hanna property This property has huge grounds fine shade tiees and Is a very desirable location sary Improvements AH of the improvements either for u home or boarding bouse Including the fencing 011 this property ore new and in nrst closs condition This farm has a quantity of fine tobacco land and would also make a first class stock farm It ulso hns a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit A FOR SALE STOBY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and Is offered at n bargain TWO FOR SALE FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRES 8 MILES from Frankfort on a good turnpike road with residence tenement houses stock and to Â¬ bacco burns apple orchard and other ntcessary improvements This Iund Is mostly In timber ami grass and will make a good tobaccoor stock farm It Is offered at a bargain i v FOR SALE A A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 rooms u tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a OF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES quick sale will be offered ut a bargain RESIDENCE property has a lot G7 by 150 teet Is well located and FOE SALE iS iw FOR A FARM OF CO ALE A 15 m FOR RENT per month ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES and other necessary Improvements two FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON miles from Frankfort This property Is all In Conway street South Side This property Is grass and would make an excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent it In at Hi sam Garden farm m L R CHOATE B MARSHALL fc CO TZ3I3 Â¬ formerly of Wakefield Clioate L H FINNELL JOHN DRISCOLL PLAOTG MILL AND I Liquor Merchant A HOGSHEAD FACTORY lull Hue of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf TT AVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL XL and tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINGLES SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK 1 opposite State House -9 sions Be it enacted by the Genet nl Assem Â¬ bly of the Commonwealth 0 Ken Â¬ tucky Section 1 That it shall be un- Â¬ lawful for any person or persons to catch or destroy fish in any of the running waters of the State by means of seine net drag or trap dip nets excepted except streams forming the boundary line between this and other States and the over- Â¬ flow lakes thereof and private Anyone thus offending ponds on conviction be fined in a shall sum not less than twenty dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each offense and cost of prosecution SAM JOHNSON Will open their D CO Spring and Summer Novelty Dress Goods Wednesday March 21st Its u Mistake To neglect caring for a cough or cold Dec 80 3nv Peaks Mill Ky Every Jtime you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation is started that in a short time is 1 difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ bottles 60c and 1 Fine Farm for Rent hold Cough Cure has bucIi a magic effect upon a cough allaying all irri Use Aromalt the great health tation so quiokly that every person drink 286t DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY in the land should always have a botÂ¬ limits on tho Georgetown pike containing tle of this wonderful medicine on 2C3 acres large residence tobacco barn and Splendid dairy and tobacco fnrnw hand to begin taking at once upon stables Go to W J Scottows for Aro HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED Possession given March 1st lfaW For particu the first appearance of a cold It A on aConway street south side istooffered for lars apply to costs only 25o and 50o a bottle at malt the great health drink sale at bargain For terms apply FRANKOHINN i8 6t a P H Carpenters drug store Jnly22 tf WM WUiMlWfibli Frankfort Ky UMWr Â¬ A friend in nood is a friend indeed AKD AIJ KINDS OF and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds If you have never used thiB Great Cough Medi- Â¬ as well as tobacco hogsheads on Fuctory one and a blocks cine one trial will convince you that half share offrom Post Office Is river front public patronage solicited it has wonderful curative powers in A all diseases of Throat Chest and Lungs Each bottle 1b guaranteed to CHOATE do all that is claimed or money will Sept 2 ly be refunded Trial bottles free at P H Carpenters drug store Large Â¬ TimlierBonElit Gr Sawefl Finish For a Blouse FINNELL j the stump or who want sawing done by the hundred had better call on R II Suter who has the best portable saw mills lu Kentucky also ma Â¬ chinery to manufacture the rough grades of timber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to move anywhere R II 8UTER WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELL ON -- FOR SALE and ZEEouise Xjot j Â¬ qwv 7 M VVE3 7liile tliesr caaa TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in our line Note a few of the items below INVITE ALL gret tle benefit of oinr Xjctw Prices- - 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 The TJlcenso Ordinance C Deaths E M A COLLINS Republican Committee The Republican County Com mittee will meet at the Court House this afternoon at 2 oclock sharp and all the members are requested to be on hand promptly Opposite the Farmers Bank I L m I I r r several weeks drawing up an ordinance levying a license tax and the result of their labors was laid before the council at its last meetThe ordinance has been ing published in full and will come up before the council at a called meeting on Monday evening We have heard considerable complaint from persons affected by it that they were being discriminated dgainst and our advise to all such is to appeal to the council either in person by written remonstrance or by counsel tXo amend the objectionable sections so that the Ifcense tax will be just and equita The ble to all classes of dealers ordinance has not yet become a law but has only had its first reading and is yet to be acted upon finally Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bean Mr Wm Bean died at It is a very hard nutter to make all classes his home near Jetts Station on a tax law that will suit of tax payers and the same may Tuesday and the remains were be said of a law fixing license for buried in the cemetery in this city The Wednesday all classes of business license committee of the Common Howell Miss Carrie Howell Council has been hard at work for daughter of Mr S W Howell Â¬ FALL W OIF1 ER STOCK 1 Â¬ Both Gone The Ranch King T B Alexander a young char acter actor of merit opens a weeks engagement at the Capital Opera House Monday March 19th in the Great Comedy Drama The Ranch King changing the play each njght Mr Alexander has been a recognized attraction for years and is considered by press and public to bean actor of public recognition He is supÂ¬ I- - The session of the Legislature died at the home of her parents in Bellepoint Sunday morning of and ground hog winter both ex- Â¬ consumption aged 15 years The pired by limitation on Tuesday funeral took place Monday afterCall for It noon If the lady who left an umbrella Smith The infant child of Mr John Smith died Saturday night in this office on Thursday will call at the home of its parents near she can get the same Peaks Mill and was buried Mon- Â¬ Four Big Successes day Having the needed merit to more Matrimonial than make good all the advertising claimed for them the following four Breeden Baxter Mr Garland remedies have reached a phenominal New Discovery for Breeden and Mrs Belle Baxter sale Dr Kings Consumption Coughs and polds Electric were married Monday at the home each bottle guaranteed Bitters the great remedy for Liver of the bride on North Wilkinson Stomach and Kidneys Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world street and Dr Kings new Life Pills which are perfect pill All these remedies Hamilton Sargent Mr John are aguaranteed to do jusbwhatis H Hamilton and Miss Ruth B claimed for them and the dealer Sargent were married Thursday whose nameto is attached herewith tell you moro of them will be glad afternoon at the home of the Sold at P H Carpenters drug store 1 brides father Mr W G Sargent CO SAM D JOHNSON hear Bridgeport Rev H M Will open their Polsgrove officiating and Summer Novelty Dress Spring Lucas Anderson Mr Champ Goods Lucas of Scott county and Miss Wednesday March 21st Earl Anderson of this county were married on Tuesday March For Sale One automatic Wil6th at the home of the brides cox Gibbs sewing machine on Machine mother near Switzer Rev T H very reasonable terms in good repair Apply at 227 Coleman officiating Side Â¬ Â¬ BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS I K M CLUFiF I W i We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right - To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Thild street South Head Cut Roberts was at work painting the new grocery of Mr John Buttimer on Tood street yesterday when one of the men at work on a scaffold above him attempted to move a plank which slipped from his grasp and fell striking Mr Roberts on the head laying open the scalp for several Drs Chinn and Price inches dressed the wound and he will soon be all right Mr Wm Â¬ Home grown clover at Louisville prices Â¬ ported by a very strong company of excellent people each one selected for the excellence of their work The plays presented are the private property of Mr Alexander and were written es pecially for him Special scenery is carried for each production making this without doubt the strongest io 20 and 30 cent comSeats can now pany on the road News be secured at Barretts Â¬ Mastin Bros house on Ann street For Sal or Rent My dwelling T Buckley 100 tf J At our goods W know what you need have the goods and will please you 100 Beward Depot Can to Thorn Hill Mr L B Marshall is pushing the work on the base ball ground at Thorn Hill Park and expects to have it ready by the time the He has also made season opens a contract with the Street Car Gompany to extend their line from the O F C Distillery out to the park so that the cars will take persons wishing to see a game of ball right into the grounds Ohamberlaiua Cough Remedy gives the best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle and as a seller leads all other preparations in this market I reoomend it bocauso it is thobesb medicine I ever handled for AW coughs colds and croup Baldiudqe Millersville 111 For sale by P H Carpenter South Side Druggist Two unRooms for Rent furnished rooms for rent Apply Â¬ T at 216 Washington street 283t The readers of the Roundabout be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the SAM D JOHNSON CO blood and mucous surfaces of the Will open their Bystem thereby destroying the foun and giving Wm Gaertner Spring and Summer Novelty Dress dation of the disease building up the R A White T I Ransdell patient strength by the Goods constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors Wednesday March 21st have bo much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred ollars for any case that it fails to Has Taken Charge cure Send for list of testimonials F J OHEENEY CO Dr J T Berry the new Super- Â¬ Toledo O 2 intendent of the Feeble minded 9 Sold by druggists 75c Institute has taken charge of that -Gruvo Mistakes institution and has been joined 6WEEHRIYERT0 0 WAWHOUSr Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ g m by his wife in their new home takes in treatment of Heart Disease sudden deaths is Dr Stewart the late Superinten- Â¬ The rato ofHundreds become daily in Â¬ creasing victims dent finished moving to the Ken Â¬ of the ignorance of physicians in the of this disease One in tucky Military Institute Thursday treatmenta diseased heart Shortness four has of breath palpatation and fluttering For Rent A modern two irregular pulse choking sensation Â¬ or story dwelling with six rooms and asthmatic breathing pain arm tender ness in side shoulder or woak kitchen al in excellent repair and hungry spells are symptoms of Heart WHITE RANSDELL CD Props newly papered Situated on Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure is the only reliable remedy Thous Â¬ Ewin street between Cross and ands testify to its wonderful cures MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY Second within one square of the Books free Sold by J W Gayle 6 MARK YOUll HOGSHEADS OREEN RIVER HOUSE Public School A good cistern Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Four Months and a large yard with a stable on Many Persons aro broken premises Rent reasonable Apply Storage Free of Charge down from overwork or household cares Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the JtS NVe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and at 238 Ewing street South Frank aystcm aids digestion removes excess of bile Drovers Shelbyville fort and cures malaria Oct the genuine 7 3t Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf will Â¬ 1K MCLURE SON Â¬ -- m in id mi 3AC l Green River Tobacco Warehouse Â¬ dfesi iAV I 8 Great Combination Sale ON jsrcyxxr j3lI7 For the next 15 days we will combine our entire winter and new spring importation in one grand immense stock giving the people of this community the greatest opportunity they have ever had offered in tne way of real bargains T-- CRUTCHER EA STARKS Filings aii M goods t xmm f4 i ys T 275 CLOTHING One lot Childrens Jersey Suits ages 3 One lot Childrens Heavy Weight old style Suits that were 6 and 7 go at 2 50 sizes 4 to 8 to 6 years only One large lot Monarch Shirts white and fancy were 1 50 go in this sale at 75 cents Perfect One large lot Monarch Negligee Shirts were 2 years FOR CASH One large lot Jeans Pants all sizes were 175 go at 99 cents FOR CASH 150 and and One lot Childrens Jersey Suits beautifully embroidered go at 4 II -T - and 225 last season go in this sale for j5i Â¬ One large lot Mens and Boys Overcoats Ulsters at New York cost FOR CASH One large shipment Boys Knee Pants Suits all the latest styles and colors ages 4 to 5 years 2 50 to 6 One immense lot of Mens Cassimere Fancy Cheviofs Blue and Black Cheviot Suits piles upon piles of them all wopl the very cream of the market range from 7 50 to 15- - We closed one immense lot of Wilson Bros Celebrated White Shirts that are retailed all over the country for 175 and 2 go in this sale for 5i Ji One large lot Boys Long Pants Suits not all wool were 5 and 6 go at 2 75 ages 13 to 18 years FOR CASH I One large lot Boys Long Pants Suits were 12 and 15 go at S750 ages 13 to 18 years FOR CASH One biglot Clay Diagonals invisible plaid and check Twenty per cent less than one wosted suits 10 to 522 year ago One large lot Spring Overcoats all shades and quantities Nows the time to buy one 4 to 15 One large lot of Mens Double arid Twisted Gray Mixed Socks were 10 cents go in this sale for 5 cts r One large lot of Mens Black and Tan Sox were 1 25 cents now 15 cents or 150 per doz One large lot Mens Cheviot Working Shirts were 75 cents go in this sale for 50 cents One large lot Mens and Boys Heavy Pants at almost 50 cents onthe Many of these goods in our Louisville fire and are all perfect were FOR CASH 1 WATCHOTJT FOR OUR EXTRAORDINARY Our entire line of Mens Underwear now on sale All qualities ranging from 75 cents to 53 a suit One immense pile of Spring Neckwear All the new thii gs See window display 25 and 50 cents CASH One large lot Mens Corduroy Pants were Your choice at 4 50 very stongly made 4 and 3 FOR SHOE SALE MENS SOFT HAT All the Latest Shapes MENS STIFF HATS All the Latest Shapes v Boys and Childrens Stiff and Soft Hats All the Latest Shapes Mr Ward True and family have moved from the Russell farm Mr Jim Tracy is improving in to Yarnalton Fayette countv health A dance was given by Mr Polk Tracy returned from Will Collins on Monday night at Mr a visit to relatives at Middletown the old Farmers Alliance hall 4ast week The Boulevard road improve- Â¬ Mr Joe Williams and family ment which commenced a few have moved out of Mr Will weeks ago consists of a few stakes Pierces house and Mr Pete driven along the hillside Squire McDonad of Frankfort Quires family have moved in visited the Ridge last week and The Devils Hollow pike has gathered a jury of our people to been fenced which makes it much try the Harrod Francis case Mr safer for travelers Francis was represented by Judge Mrs Mamie Sargent visited her Dratie and Hon Jas A Violett farm here this week to commence while County Attorney elect Pols gardening grove attended to the Harrods Mrs Moore who has been liv interest Mr Harrod rented the Russell ing on Mrs Sargents place has farm of Mr Francis last year and moved to her own farm at Honey- - j relying on a verbal contract for suckic 1894 he sowed grtin last fall Mr Taylor Collins is putting a Meanwhile Mr Francis rented the neat fence round his new house farm to other parties for thrte The trustees have received their hundred dollars more than Mr Unable to blanks for taking the census of Harrod was to give agree the jury was discharged and school children for 1894 the case was finally dismissed by Mr W M Crutcher is consid- the judge This leaves Mr Har- Â¬ erably better rod in possession and now the Mis Kate Tracy still remains renter brings suit againt Mr Francis for failing to give him very si k possession A certain citizen lost six dollars which he had placed in a pocket Strong Witnesses book on the top of a high wardAmong the thousands of testimoni Â¬ robe Full of suspicion he went als of by Dr Miles New Heart to consult the Oracle when the Oure cureB of Nathan Allison a is that Seeress in charge after asking a well known citizen of Glen Rook few questions cut the cards and Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in left You have come here to shoulders smothering spells side said etc consult me about some money 0110 bottle of Dr Miles New Heart you have lost and this showing Ouio and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet him Pilla the six spot card shows the nunv SaIoui cured is another witness who NJ ber of coins you have lost and the twenty years suffered with Heart number of steps the thief took JJirioaso was pronounced incurable him in death The by physlciauB not lie stared for fear from the door to the money down tlic face could cards also vshow that the money of smothering to death Immediately was in a place of concealment that a fun using the New Oure he felt bet Â¬ all could lie it was in silver and the party got tor andand is nowdown and sleepThe a well maa niiht upon a chair to reach it and that Now Cure is sold also a free bookby 2 the party that got the money is J VV Qayle you suspect the one you veak Moral One more study ought worn out take to be added to the public school and BROWN S IRON B I TIT 3 course Â¬ Â¬ P n llidgc IiOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE H G MATTEL THE-- DR W I KELLEY -- OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4077 hhds with receipts for the same period of 2323 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 43846 hhds Sales oftneoropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 40343 hhds We have had another week of lib- Â¬ eral offerings on our market and the tone of the market has been stronger for the medium grades of leaf both of the colory and red kinds The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damage a 2 50 tobacco Common Colory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory Plitiiiijltr 334 MAIN STRHHT PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY 1 ttSff ej Saturday March 17 1894 Saturday March 31 1894 Saturady April 14 1892 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica aeration and with little or no pain FRANKFORT K 3 50 4 00 5 00 7 60 FOR SALE OR RENT STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE 3TORY Common lugs not colory 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 trash 4 50 4 00 6 00 00 00 00 7 50 9 11 15 00 00 18 21 Perhaps you would not think so Four weeks by our method teachlne book but a very large proportion of di keeping eqnnl twelve the seases in New York comes from old style Is Poxltlons toguflrantwdweeks bycertain und r carelessness about catching cold conditions Our free G6 nnd 80 page catalogues says Dr Syrus Edson It is such a will explain all Send for them Draughons simple thing and so common that Business College and School of Shorthand and very few people unless it is a case of Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Enter anytime Cheap board No vucntlnn pneumonia pay any attention to a Address J F DitAUuuoN Pres Nashville Tenn cold New York is pne of the health- Â¬ iest places on the Atlantio coast and yet there are a great many cases of No local dealer can compete with us catarrh and consumption which have designs and colorings arc their origin in this neglect of the handsomer than ever before simplest precaution of everyday life The most sensible advice is when you have one get rid of it as soon as We can eave you 60 By all means do not neglect cent fiossible Edson does not tell you how perpaper on every roll you Duy ot Rend 10 cents toinav postage on largepack to cure a cold but we will Take age of samples Match borders and ceilings Chamberlains Cough Remedy It will relieve the lungs aid expectora Â¬ The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO Inoorprted tion open the secretions and soon 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY effect a permanent cure 25 and 50 cent bottles tor sale by P H Car Â¬ iiui 10 2ni penter South Side Druggist Â¬ Ky V J Hughes Frankfort David Moore Benson Ky BUCK STOREROOM AND ATWO JasM Wlthrow Frankfort Ky combined located on Benson Avenue Ballepolur In off rei Tor sale or rent DR KELLEYS office and residence is at 259 possesion given March 1st Will rent either West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may 00 department separately it desired Apply to be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ 0C JOB SMITH DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases 24 2ni next door 00 and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD 00 by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 50 4-FOS-TI CONSULTATION FREE REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Mm m V-- Xi5T12 Pflfl JriraSAlM ND Wall Paper Midwinter Fair The Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ Â¬ etfa i Posts I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on mv premises T N Arnold n Sent EjftiVr4y i road will sell tickets to San Fran- Â¬ Accisco and return for 9165 count Midwinter Fair mt-- R P 1 23 tf If all feel For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman kS u s Job work neatly exe Â¬ Feb 2 tf cuted at this office MftxttMiuiiuMiM ASVtotV