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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t s The Ht Fmmfort A Round about TERMS l ffc SK iX GEO A LEWIS Publisher i WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advanoe NO 29 lr r ui VOL XYlI Highest of all in Leavening Power FKANKEORT KY SATUEMY MARCH 24 1894 Latest U S Govt Report AX OTjD MENT TIMERS STATE Â¬ Rojfc 1 A v Baking Powder They will cloje are mdstly new their engagement to night when will be pre- Â¬ Meg the Outcast This afternoon at 230 sented oclock a matinee will be given for the benefit of ladies and children The playjwill be Mabel Heath and each child in attendance will be presented with a sack of Both performances should candy be well attended False Alarm A large black and tan hound which had been anointed with turpentine by some heartless wretch caused a stampede on the St Clair street bridge and Bridge street early Wednesday morning by his antics the impression be- Â¬ ing created that he was mad The poor brute suffered intensely and tried to ask the best he could of those passing to relieve him of his suffering Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS Fast Time 011 the First Knilroud In the State raiSuM ABSOLUTELY PURE W THE CITY COUNCITj - If5 Wrestles AVltli the Xlccnsc Or Â¬ I dinance The City Council met journed session on Monday in ad even- Â¬ If W U ry 19 SPP Wm - i my t i He If rjc v yr m iMBtiyL L i4 v 1 -- Tv3 m KY K q t ing went into Committee of the Whole and proceeded to consider the License Ordinance presented After hear- Â¬ at the last meeting ing complaints from various persons that portion of the ordinance fixing a uniform license of 30 for all business houses was referred to a special committee and the fol- Â¬ lowing reductions were made in other licenses Huckster license reduced from 20 to- - gio Waer Companys license from 150 to 100 Gas Companys license from 250to SSproposed license against telegraph companies strick- Â¬ en out because of Supreme Court decisions steam and hand laundries from 50 to 25 laupdry agents from 30 to 10 street car to 1 per car license from Without concluding their labors the Committee of the Whole ad journed to meet again on Tuesday evening Several members of the License Committee were so disgusted with upon the way the ordinance so much which they had bestowed time and labor was treated that they will decline further to serve on the committee The gentlemen who are favoring wholesale reductions should re member that it will require just so much money to pay the interest upon the bonded debt of the city to which purpose the license and tax must be dedicated if the council fails to raise that amount from licenses the deficit will have to be made good from some other source and it will be well to study the question a little before acting hastily Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ileal Estate Transfers H F Showalter sold his farm of 79 acres lying in the river bottom above the mouth of of Cedar Run on Monday to Mr Sam Grimes for 2500 cash Mr Showalter has purchased the farm of Mr James Moore lying on the Devils Hollow pike near Con ways Mill known as the Fox place containing 70 acres for which he paid 1950 cash Mr A few of our citizens were CHAS G PAYNE Billiards and Pool standing together talking on the street the other day when the Tte Club Main Sheet subject of railroads came up and The Finest Tables In the city Oymnaslum and Bowling Allpyc attached an old resident remarked that on CONFECTIONER one occasion in 1837 when the railroad from Lexington to this JOHN R TODD place came down the hill into the Manufacturing city about where the Kentucky Confectioner Midland Railway now runs a 41 St Clair Street heavy snow stormwas coming up Home mailftCandies FuiltR Nuts and Ice Cream iiml Soila Water lu season Cluars and Tolucvo and the train drawn by the first Near new bridge engine ever on the road made the DRUGS run from the old depot at the top of the hill to Lexington in W H AVEIULL Druggist eighteen minutes A bystander remarked that as the distance was Main Street opp City Hall 26 miles the train must have run A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Prescriptions Cigars and Tobacco specialty at about the rate of a mile and a compounded at all hours quarter a minute which was a NO W RWILLIAMS CO little better time than was made Druggists But as the old citizen nowadays 314 Main Stieet said he was told at the time the Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at nil speed the train made and left the hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles impression upon his hearers that FLOUR AND FEED it was running away from the snow storrrt the point was yielded REOCK DONALDSON though some seemed to think the Flour Meal Feed and pace just a little fast for so young Country Produce a railroa 1 Fincel Block South Side Chamberlains Cough Remedy gives Oysters Fish unl Game In season Choice Pickles unl Preserves the best satisfaction of any cough medicine I handle and as a seller leads all other preparations in this LIVERY market I recomend it because it is DARNELL the best medicine I ever handled for MANGAN coughs colds and croup AW Baldridcje Millorsville 111 For Fine Livery sale by P H Oarpentek South Side Terms Beasonable Druggist 2 9 Main Street 1 CAS T RA Y Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Olllee In the Hume Handing WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties give special attention to the pur Â¬ and ulll also chase and sale of real etate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans 31 Wil W J CHINN JR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Ofllce Will practice In all State Courts lloor Custom House NEWSDEALER second 3 sTM m GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Fine Statbnery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods PAINTERS IF B BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand WINES GEO B SALENDER Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street California Wines a Wine and Liquor dealer specialty PocketKnives HARTSTEINS GOT TO GIT Grasp tlio Opportunity Oarpenteu cordially invites you to try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales HouseOur enterprising o Razors druggist PH Â¬ Scissors I hold Cough Cure ThiB new remecjy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire Just 9 months ago we opened in Frank Â¬ to cough and neais mucous mem- Â¬ We promised the people THE BEST fort brane If consumption it will cure you Pleasant to take The children POSSIBLE GOODS The largest Stock and Lowest Pri ces for the best quality and such as you are looking to purchase Â¬ like it c Blackburn Place Sold Mr Frank Chinn sold at public auction oh Monday the Black burn place lying in the southern suburbs of the city to Mr h F The place Johnson for 2550 contains two acres of ground with a comfortable cottage residence upon it and Mr Johnson got a bargain as the price was very low Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ P OR THE LEAST POSSIBLE PRICES and weve kept our word That the people appreciate our efforts is proven by the fact that weve had to rent M P GRAY HAEDWARE MERCHANT 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 Dks Current Smith Paris Ky 17 tf Coming Home Mr Hugh R Ayres who has for been living in Louisville several years will return here to He reside the first of the month is employed in the engineering N Rail department of the L road but his wife does not have good health in Louisville which The old necessitates a change family homestead on the corner of Main and Cross streets will be repaired and fitted up for their occupancy and while Mrs Ayres will remain here all the time he will retain his position with the railroad and make frequent visits home Â¬ A LARGER STORE About April 5th we open at No 2 4 St Clair street next door to R K McClure Son We intend to move as little present of stock as possible So for the balanc this month you can buy nil kinds of dry coods fancy coods cr notions at Greatly reduced prices Announcement Mo 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 in Kentucky and surrounding countries in a system of rational 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 In the Pen Frank Scearce the young LexÂ¬ Â¬ READ CAREFULLY m x At the Opera House 1 T IT The T B Alexander Company has been- playing to rather small houses at the Opera House this week but deserves much better patronage as the company is composed of very good actors and the jplays they have been presenting Â¬ - Some of the bargains which you can get this month only ington real estate man who com2500 yards Calico at 4j cents a yard 1800 yards best Apron Ginghams at 6 mitted numerous forgeries last cents a yard 1200 yards Dress Ginghams summer was received at the pen- Â¬ Spring Shades only 7J5 cents a yard Good Bleeahed Cotton yard wide only 5 itentiary in this city Tuesday and cents a yard Elegant Bleached Cotton cents has commenced to served a ten soft finish yard wide only T small a yard Soo yards White Goods or large check only 4 vears sentence J cents a anl 600 yards White Goods at 8j cents a yard chenp at lot Pearl Dress Buttons only I2j cents Tlio Modern Way 5 cents a dozen t lot Hamberg Edgings at Commends itself to the well S cents a yard worth 10 cents 1 lot Lace only 50 formed to do pleasantly and ef- Curtains bargains cent inpair the depart all now Great fectually what was formerly done ments and remember this is for a short in the crudest manner and disa- time only 1 11 Â¬ Sewing Muclilnes I have accepted the agency in need of a Domestic for J the Domestic sewing machine and would be glad to furnish anyone Call and examine them Tuos A Joyck Opposite L 430 Broadway 26- - im N Station To Arkansas unci Texas Feb 13 March 13 April 10 and May the 8th the Ky Midland will sell tickets to points in Arkan- Â¬ sas Texas and Louisiana at one See fare for the round trip agents for further information C D Bercaw GPA To cleanse the greeable as well syste n and break up colds head- Â¬ aches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs Â¬ JARTSTEIty At No 319 Main Street near State National Bank tegdgcMfca utfA 2 i v vtv WE DO NOT WANT - MuaS 1 Onr nnnnhrv friAnrls tn fnre fit tn nail nn ns this snrinp whan thft-u- wnf malra their spring and summer purchases We shall be prepared to offer better bar- Â¬ gains than ever We have great bargains in all departments consisting of Dress Goods Silks Trimmings Notions - On Cotton Calico nnd Gingham we have the best values ever heard of Goood Dress Gingham at 5 cents good Apron Gingham at 5 cents all best Calico at 5 cents Please call and we will show you what- we advertise c Call c and see them Mm mmzv m S1SS7 NB We have bought 200 Elegant Egg Cases with handles which we shall give nway free to our country customers WEITZEL i Â¬ ODONNELL CO PERSONAli Miss Carrie Willis is visiting friends in Lexington Mrs Loulie B Longmoor is visiting friends in Cynthiana Miss Gertrude South went to Paris Tuesday to viBit friends Mr Virgil Hewitt left Monday for a visit to Elizabethtown Maj H S Hale returned Tuesday from a trip to Eddyville Mr J G McLean and wife spent Wednesday in Louisville Hon Geo Alexander of Louisville spent Sunday in this city Mr E L Williamson of Roraeo ville Illinois is in the city Mrs J P Nelson of Lexington spent Saturday in this city Mr Frank S Haff is visiting his father near Peru New York Mr E W Hines returned Monday from a short stay in Louisville Mrs Frank W Keyes of Ashland is visiting relatives in this city Hon Murray Hubbard of Hodgen Ville spent Tuesday in this city Major G M Adams went to Bar boursville Monday to visit relatives Miss Lucy Julian went to Lexing- Â¬ ton on Saturday to visit Mrs Baker Mrs George B Salender left Mon- Â¬ day for a visit to relatives in Louis- Â¬ Tallapoosa The following beautiful programme of sacred music will be rendered at the Church of the Have Good Shepherd to morrow The ON MAIN STEET TO choir will be under the direction of Prof Wayland Graham and Sterling Mrs O R Crutcher and daughter will be assisted by some of the BasEmEnt nf the Capital Hntel little Pattie are visiting friends in best musical talent of the city Winchester Kyrie Theo Von La Hache rThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Same Mrs Jennie Campbell of Louis- Â¬ Gloria short time Same ville is visiting Mrs J H William- Â¬ Credo Offertory Alleluia Wiegand son near this city Sanctus La Hache Hon C J Bronston and Judge Same H Marshall Buford of Lexington Benedictus Agnus Dei Same were in the city yeBterday VESPERS Mrs John W Headley and daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Annie have returned from a Domine Ad Adjuvandum 1 Dixit Dominus Harrison visit to friends in Louisville f Millard BeatusVir J Capt Jacob Swigert has been quite Magnificat ill at his home on E wing street for the Regina Coeli Werner past two weeks but is improving Ave Maria a Dachauer Wiegand Miss Mary Morris of this city will Tantum Ergo be one of the bridesmaids at the Changed His Base France Hill wedding in Lexington Mr Frank K Kavanaugh returned Col E Polk Johnson formerly Wednesday from a viBit to relatives of this city but now special agent in LeComptes Bottom Henry county Â¬ Miss Dessie Wingate of Midway of the Treasury has been transspent Thursday in this city with rela- ferred from Chicago to Cincinnati tives and left yesterday for a visit to The transfer was made at his re Louisville request as he desired to be nearer ville Mrs Cornelia Bush who has been his home in Louisville Misses Nettie and Loulie Hughes have returned from a visit to Louis- Â¬ visiting her daughter Mrs George F Â¬ Berry returned to her home in LouisFor Rent The two story brick ville residence on the corner of Main Judge G B Swango and wife went ville Thursday fi- Mrs L P Tarlton and Miss and Washington streets now octo Mt Sterling Monday to visit rela y Christine Reynolds have returned cupied by Mrs M A Murphy tives from a visit to relatives at Shuford- - Well located and in good repair Misses Kate Green and Rose Crit itville North Carolina Possession given April 1st Ap- Â¬ tenden returned from Louisville on Mrs Kate Mahoney and Mrs P H ply to Dr G W Chinn Sunday Newman and son Master Shelly 26 4t 418 Broadway Miss Fannie Gray who has been leave Tuesday for St Louis Missouri visiting in Louisville has returned to 1 to make their future home this city Miss Annie Sullivan who has been Mrs Chas Tamblyn of Detroit confined to the house for several Michigan is visiting her mother in weeks and unable to teach her class this city in the Public School is improving Mr Harry Bush of Louisville was Mr Humphrey Evans of Indianapthe guest of Mr R P Pepper jr olis Indiana who has been visiting this week Mrs W E Bradley returned Wed- Â¬ his mother in this city left Monday nesday from a visit of several days to for Asheville North Carolina for his health Louisville Mrs W 0 Taylor was called to Mr B L Bryant agent of the t Rochester New York on Saturday Monon Route Louisville was in the on account of the death of her sister yrv MjiSSt city Thursday A telegram received by her husband Is ont of th biit in fht State and ttt art prepared to tur Misses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel Rev W 0 Taylor Tuesday said she leave next week to visit their cousin was ill from nervous prostration and out on abort notice at Ashville N 0 telling him to come at once but a Both the method and results when Misses Katie and Mamie Kiernan later telegram said she was better Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and M Evans visited friends in Lex Â¬ She returned home yesterday and refreshing to the taste and acts ington Thursday gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Mrs Anna Hopple and daughter Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys Society Notes X X fl x fc X Miss Julia left Saturday for their tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ home in Cincinnati aches and fevers and cures habitual Miss Mary Lee Long entertaine d at fc X Syrup of Figs is the Miss Linda Payne has returned to her home near Peaks Mill Saturday constipation only remedy of its kind ever proÂ¬ her home at Lexington after a visit to evening in honor of Miss Sallio Newton of the Switzer neigborhood who duced pleasing to the taste and ac Mrs S D Johnson ceptable to the stomojeh prompt in Mrs James A Murray and children had been visiting her for several days its action and truly beneficial its left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to Mr Fat Hodges rendered some very effects prepared only from the in most on his guiter the house wai fine music friends in Louisville and agreeable substances beautifully illuminated and the guests healthyexcellent qualities commend its Â¬ Mr SoMHarriB and family left yes many it entertained in 6 terday for Anderson Indiana to were Long is a great handsome style to all and have made it the most Miss favorite in the popular remedy known X X XSX X X X make their future home society of the neighborhood and has Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Mrs Helen McOlure left Tuesday numerous friends throughout the X X XVX X x V and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ afternoon to visit her sister Mrs Jas county X gists Any reliable druggist who A Hodges in Louisville X Tlfo Misses Dudley will entertain may not have it on hand will proMisses Una Marshall and Nona at cards at their home on Ann street cure it promptly for any one who x x Goodwin left Monday afternoon for a Monday evening wishes to try it Do not accept any visit to friends in Georgetown substitute Miss Page Martin who has been CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO A Quarter Century Test SAN FRANCISCO CAL visiting friends here left Saturday LOUISVIUe KY NEW YORK NY quarter of a century Dr home at Richmond Va for her For a Â¬ Kings jNew Miss Annie Pusey of Anchorage ed and theDiscovery has been test Â¬ millions who have re who has been visiting Miss Janie ceived benolit from its uae testify to Dohoney returned home Monday its wonderful curative powers in all diseases chest and lungs e Four Messrs J L and W H Waggener A remedyof throat stood the test so keeping Jsweeks br our method of teaching book- equal to twelve weeks by the that has certain Wednesday for Atlantic City long and has given so universal satis Â¬ old pi mi Positions guaranteed underCollege In left -conditions Best patronized Business New Jersey to spend the summer faction is no experiment Each bot- Â¬ the South COO Students in uttendimce the past Eleven Teachers Nashville is the educat Â¬ tle is positively guaranteed to give Mrs L T Garrard left Monday for relief or the money will be refunded Sear center of tne South Cheap Hoard No a vist of several weeks to her daught Â¬ It is admitted to be the most reliable vacation Knter any time Home Study We have recently prepared book on Book keeping Penmanship adapted ers Mrs Stoll and Mrs Cheatham in for coughs and colds Trial bottles Shorthand and Bend for our especiallyIllustrated to home study tree free at P H Carpenters drug store 80 page catalogue and state your wants Ad Louisville 6 Largo size 50 cents and 1 Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of dress J F DiiAUdnoN President Draughons Mrs H G Henderson and daughter Practical Business College und School of Short hand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn J3 itusseii nave returned irom a Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job NB for vacancies as book Â¬ Fon Sale or Rent My dwelling-house-o- keepersrWo pay b cash teachers etc reported to the art stenographers visit to Mrs Hendersons parents in Ann street paper provided we till same us Mention this Mr Dan J Newman is very ill at his homo on Arlington Heights Mrs John M Banta is visiting her sister Mrs Fishback in Lexington Miss Ida Crockett leaves this morn- Â¬ ing for a visit to relatives in Hawes ville Judge J H Hazelrigg and wife left Thursday for a visit to friends in Mt Programme of Music at the Cntholic Church JACOB SWIGERT Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads 1 fr Â¬ vV m W Â¬ Â¬ it 3 J v us Â¬ SE2N Subscription Only Per Year Â¬ V h Our Job Department Lk Â¬ tf tf Â¬ Â¬ tf v Q Vv tf JH Â¬ XXXXX xx xxx H BINDERYH-- am n Â¬ Â¬ n Ga tf J TJBUOKIiEY 1 Jif when you write ti in jilvy rwfcxw iWiFJiahxvYHaumammimamtmmmmmm nuLiJiif w - iSMfeW i WM ri jir4AaviNi CAttvVtCHtrtit tjj if 10 jra jajrw Wrk of all kinds solicited iauulzi wj R C I 3 I j OJFL SILVER NOVELTIES S eUUia 01- - EASTER r JstaiFia ft -- Hair Pins Hat Pins Hat Marks Coat Hangers Umbrella Straps Book Marks Ribbon Book Maries Bag Tags V- - iv IT - A X A l TTvT i1 iL aL SELBEIJTS JEWELER THE BRIDGE To Shorten Time Â¬ ii i - Key Tags Tie Clasps LinK Buttons Scabbard Pins Etc etc Hows ThisP Â¬ In the Post Office 4 -- In order to meet sharp compeMrs Mary Flournoy Wickliffe Will bo Thrown Open for Vehi Â¬ tition for eastern passenger traffic formerly of this city has been apcle Travel To day the Chesapeake Ohio railroad pointed secretary to Postmaster After several days of dick- - will in a short time reduce running Weaver of Louisville and will ering and cross firing the Bridge time between Louisville and New receive a salary of 1200 per Committee and Mr Cowing the York so as to land passengers in year She is a sister of Mrs representative of the King --Bridge that citytwo hours earlier The Joseph H Lewis of this city Company have come to an under- change in the schedule will consist Blood Will Tell standing and the bridge will likely in a reduction of the number of he thrown open for vehicle travel stops between Louisville and this According to the condition of it bad order it shows in pim this afternoon The committee city so as to bring the running If in sallow complexion itself various ples and If in good agrees to pay over to the company time which is now two hours and erruptions of the skin order it shows in the clear complexall of the unpaid balance upon eight minutesdown to less than two ion the glow of health the good the contract except 5000 which hours while the balance of the spirits The latter condition you can produce by the ubo of Dr Hales is to be retained by the city and time will be gained between this Household Tea the great blood puri fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c county until the old piers are re city and Huntington a package at P H Carpenters drug imoved from the river and Mr store c A True Friend Cowing is to turn over the bridge Rooms for Rent Two unThis agreement of at once A friend in need is a friend in- furnished rooms for rent Apply deed course is to be approved by the pared Every family should be pre at 216 Washington street to treat scalds burns bruises 28 3t City Council and County Court wounds cuts fec by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Uinment bandy The councilmet last nigKt to act No other remedy Rives such quick For Sale One automatic Wil on the matter and the County relief or exerts so soothing and heal cox Gibbs sewing machine on ing effect For irritated eyelids sore very reasonable terms Machine Court meets this morning nostrils chapped lips and hands in good repair Apply at 227 Workmen were busy yesterday rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equals it Price 25c and 60c irelaying the floor where it had at J H Oabpentkes drug store c Third street South Side Land Seekers Excursions been removed to take stone from Captain Swigert Resigned ithe old piers clearing off the rub Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ druggists We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J OHENEYCojProps Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga- Â¬ tions made by the firm West Truax Wholesale DruggiBta Toledo Ohio Walding Kinnan Marvin Whole Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ nally acting directly upen tho blood and mucons surfaces of the system Prioe 75c per bottle Sold by all Â¬ -9 te5e MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Tja siE CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address D Â¬ Â¬ who are thin hollow-chest-or growing too fast are made Strong Robust and Healthy by ed Children L Brjan C PA W G M KY D Pi A LOUISVILLE or Â¬ Â¬ Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil It contains material for mak Â¬ ing healthy Flesh and Bones Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse it Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 II The quick and direct route from One hundred and fifty miles u OF bish and removing the engine used in hoisting heavy weights so that now ready for the word to be given when wagons carriages and vehicles of all kinds will begin to stream across the new structure is everything Will Hun To day One of the electric generators at the power house is up and Eloped ready for use the cars will arrive drom the factory this morning and Mr Houston Horn and Miss is expected to have them run- Mary A Hawkins eloped from it ning this afternoon this county on Wednesday and Persons wishing to go to the were married in Jeffersonville cemetery tomorrow can ride from Indiana bv Justice Keigwin any part of the city to the cemetery gate The generator now up It May Do as Much For Yon Â¬ Â¬ Captain Jacob Swigert cashier of Frankfort National Bank who has been winding up the affairs of that institution has resigned his posi tion and the business of the bank has been turned over to the Frankfort Safety Vault and Trust The Gompany for settlement bank fixtures will be sold and the room will be offered for rent Â¬ will give all the power necessary to operate the cars but another has been purchased and is being placed in position so that it can be used in case of an accident to the other at anytime in the future The Birds Here The sportsmen of this city sent to Arkansas several weeks ago for sixteen dozen partridges to restock the farms in this county and the birds were received on MonTwo dozen of them were day dead when they arrived but the Â¬ Â¬ ft i latest ieslcns and secure contracts A rtd rn rest were in fair condition and CO-- NEW YOHK atll DliOAUWAT MUNN taken to the best localities were COURIER - JOURNAL CO It is hoped and turned loose LOUISVILLE KY they will so multiply during the fort 27 3t m Bucklons Vvnicn Salve THE brooding season that the shooting FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Â¬ ASSINKK PUT Home grown clover at LouisElUNKCOUT IlltEWINO CO which has been very poor in this The best salve in the world for Outs YS ville prices Co Ac Delta FiUNKroivr WiKWiMi Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum section for the past year will be PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Mastin Bros Fever Sores Totter Ohappod Hands AND T1IE- ALL Frankfort Drawing Company are hereby fall excellent next Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup same to mo proven as re Â¬ notllled to present tions and positively cures PHqs or WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL quired by law or to the appear before me and prove FOR DYSPEPSIA no pay required It is guaranteed to ti same as required by law on or before April 2 Go to W J Scottows for Aro Indigestion and Stomach disorders taVo 1 give satialaction or money refunded Hill be sent one year to any address for 190 ltHOWN8 IKON BITTKUS Will POSKY malt the great health drink Address Prico 25 cents per box For sale by All dealers keep It SI per bottle Genulno has Commissioner V C C OEO A LEWIS trade mark and crossed red lines on wrappor 8 ly i8 6t 27 3t PniL Carpenter Frankfort Ky Â¬ Mr Fred Miller of Irving 111 LADIES writes that he had a severe kidney Needing a tonic or children who want build- trouble for many years with severe ine up should take DnOWSSIKON BITTERS his back Eains inwas affected and aleo that his It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion He tried many biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia so called kidney cures but without any gpod resnlt About a year ago W J Scottow keeps on hand he began the use of Electric Bitters a fresh supply of Aromalt Dont found relief at once Electric and Bitters is especially adapted to cure fail to include a package in your all kidney and liver troubles and next order for groceries 28 6t often gives almost instant relief One trial will prove our statements Price only 50 cents for large bottle Dr Halos Household Ointment At P H Carpenters drug store 6 Is the finest remedy in the world absolutely euros catarrh It cures For Rent A modern two It Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures story dwelling with six rooms and Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum kitchen all in excellent repair and in the most soothing manner Oures Granulated Eyelids newly papered Situated on Inflamed and and Golds Oures Ooughs Oan bo Ewing street between Cross and taken internally A positive specific Second within one square of the for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Sores Public School A good cistern Chilblains Bunions of long standing Corns and are cured quickly and a large yard with a stable on different from all else superior to all premises Rent reasonable Apply else it has no equal 25 and 50a boxes Large size at 238 Ewing street South Frank- Carpenters cheapest Sold at P H 8 drug store Would be pleased to have all farmers or others who are inter-Â¬ ested drop us a card asking for information about our Land Seek- Â¬ ers Excursions Tickets atone fare for the round Dont be deceived by Substitutes trip from Cincinnati Louisville eprd by Scott A Bonne N Y All DruggUU or Lexington Ky to points in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama EEM0VES Mississippi and points in Georgia as far east as Augusta also to New Orleans and Mobile Excursions January 8th FebruAND OUKES ary 8th March 8th and April 9th Limited to twenty days for return Write to W P Cooley T P ECZEMA A Cleveland O C A Baird T P A Detroit Mich or A J Lytle N P A Chicago Ills h for information as to rates etc and for literature on the South or to W C Rinearson G P A Cleans the Cincinnati O Scalp and Â¬ Louisville to Arkansas and Texa SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And the only route WITHOUT CHANGE CARS If you are going to emigrate to Sf n 10 DANDRUFF Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is the CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE No change of ears to WJ Jak JkL Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleans For further Information oddress C P ATMORE G P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY TA Restores the Hair from Lifeless Conditlou For Sale by all Druggists Price 25c feb ly ft 1HADK 3IAHK Courier - Journal Is 11 ten page eight colunn Democratic News- imper it uuiiiuiiia uih uuai 01 everyming going HENRY WATTKRSON Is the Editor 0S Frioa 1 JL 7ear The WKEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums or clubs Sample copies ot the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to CAN OBTAIN A PATENT For prompt answer and an honest opinion wrlto to iU UNN ifc CO who have bad nearly lift y Tears experience in the patent business Comraunlca- tlons strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning 1atents and how to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notice In the Helen title Atiieiicnn and thus are brought widely beroretbo public with put cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far tbo largest circulation of any scienttao work In tho world S3 a year Sample copies sent froo Building Kdltlonjmonttily tiid a year Binglo rViHdikMMV1 LHa tZwmM WI COPYRIGHTS t a WA Trt m NOTICE ROUNDABOUT -- - Â¬ t pwi A4 V MEEre35 iuy Bargains WL Bargains I3ST Bargains This is Wo Ladies and Gentlemens Gold and Gold Filled Watches Every case andmovement is guaranteed and you have the brightest and largest stock in Frankfort to select from fake but clean faots CopBSMim General Comment JWLS would be how by the judicious ex Â¬ penditure of such a sum of money which is small in comparison with 227 St Clair ftrnwi KY -- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post ofllce at Frnnkfort Kentucky assecond clnss mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 24 1894 a coiiiiisionsr A Wagon Damaged and Horse Crippled evening about 7 oclock an alarm of fire was sent in from box 14 occasioned by a small blaze in one of the Halm humber houses on Logan street The fire alarm wire was crossed with a telephone wire and the current was deflected so that the alarm never reached the central station but rang all right on the tapper at the South Side Sta- Â¬ tion and the boys were out prompt They started out Second ly street and their horse was just getting straightened out and when going at a lively rate met two countrymen they on horseback who failed to give They yelled to the the road men to get out of the way and Mr George Brawner the driver for the No is tried to pull out but the wheel of the hose wagon hung on the street car track and Mr James slid along the rail Metz one of the countrymen was just in line with the wheels on the left side and the wagon came in contact with his horse one of the front wheels passing between its hind legs cutting one Mr George of them fearfully Brawner was thrown from the wagon by the shock and had his leg cut in the fall but Metz kept his seat on his horse although a jug of molasses he was carrying was broken and a lot of groceries scattered upon the street It was at first thought his horses leg was broken but after allowing him to stand awhile he got his foot to the ground and was able to go on Saturday I i j i home Old Creed the fire horse a big powerful fellow was going at such a clip that he could not be stopped for half a square but when he did come to a standstill it was found that the cross bar of the shafts was broken and the wagon too much disabled to go on to the fire Fortunately the blaze did not amount to much and a neighbor came along at that time saying it was all out Had the hosq wagon been supplied with a gong the accident As might not have happened no arlarm was sounded from the tower bell people in the vicinity were not aware that there was a fire until the wagon dashed up the street and a gong on the wagon would have enabled the fire boys to warn them out of the way Â¬ Â¬ The Senate Committee on Finance on Tuesday reported to that body the the amounts other States have ex Â¬ Wilson Tariff Bill as adopted by the pended on their Capitols it could be Tho bill ha made a dream of beauty to remind whole Committee been greatly changed not only from the beholder of the hills and valleys the shape in which it passed the of Italy and if they could be kept House but also from that in which therefor time sufficient to subject the subcommittee reported it to the them to that subtile undefined charm The bill will bo which never fails to work its way in full committee called up for consideration on the 2d to the heart of the beholder there of April by Senator Voorhes It is would be no more talk about the un more than probable that tho income suitability of Frankfort for the State tax will be stricken out in Committee Capitol I have seen- many Capitols of the Whole while the Bonded in many States have been to many Period has been already extended in higher elevations and had many the bill as reported so that two of broader and more sweeping views of the measures which excited the most surrounding country but never elsegeneral opposition after the bill where have I been so profoundly im Â¬ passed the House are not likely to be pressed by the grandeur and softness the strength combined with the deli- Â¬ put in force cate dreamy beauty of nature This f The death of Louis Kossuth at the valley of ours is a part of the Italy of advanced age of ninety two is re America Is it not a pity that the ceived by tho older generation of soul of its people has never grasped this country as the loss of a personal its possibilities and made it the cen Â¬ friend There were few men who ter of the artistic and cultured life of could delived orations in a foreign all the surrounding country tongue with such eloquence and fervor as Kossuth exhibited in his The people of America are too de- Â¬ addresses in this country in the voted to the practical they have but nicies ana nis apcituae ior ocner tan- - littlo time for the ideal Few of our guages is said to have been as great cities however wealthy and intelli Â¬ as that he displayed for English gent they may be were laid out with The polyglot character of the Hun proper regard for beauty of situation garian people aoupciess contnouiea The people are not without artistic to this but his individual capacity is sense but in this hasty feverish life none the less wonderful on that ac- Â¬ we lead it has remained to a great count As a patriot whose character extent uncultivated There are signs was without stain and for his un that this is changing The Chicago selfish devotion to his people as well of to day is a startling contrast to as for his sturdy independence of that which was destroyed by the character he was remarkable and great fire All the newer cities are his life will be one of those of which laid 6ut with more regard to beauty the poet speaks than the older ones It will be a Lives of great men all remind us gloriouH thing for the people of Ken We can make our lives sublime tucky if instead of spending a large And departing leave behind ub sum of money for a gaudy building Footprints on the sands of time they show their good taste by build ing a Capitol in a style of chaste The people of Frankfort have a simplicity but so surrounded by and splendid chance to do some work in harmony with the beauties of towards securing a new Capitol build- Â¬ nature as to seem a part of them ing in the meeting of the State Press It can be done easily Will Frank Association here in the early sum fort take the lead mer There are bo many members of The Recluse the Association who have scoffed at Frankfort in the past whose attitude An Unseen Enemy could be changed by showing them Is more to be dreaded than an open and visible fully what a beautiful spot the little one That subtile und lurking foe which under of malaria manifests Itself valley really is In this connection I the generic name In lla tenacious grasp In the when It clutches us would suggest that the people of various forms of chills and fever bilious re Â¬ Frankfort take a wider view of the mittent dumb ague or ague cake can only be Tfie present effectually guarded against by fortifying the sys subject themselves tem against Insidious attacks site of the State House is not by any Stomiwh Bitters n thorough with Hostetters antidote to the means an advantageous one How poison of miasma In the system and a safemuch better a new building would guard against It thoroughly to be relied upon look set upon Fort Hill with grounds In the event of a malarious attack avoid with poisoning properly laid off and an electric rail Â¬ instead thisyour system remedy quinine and use unobjectionable wholesome In taste and far more efficacious than any drug way or inclined plain provided for Use t e Bitters for dyspepsia biliousness consti This project is pation kidney complaints und rheumatism means of access usually characterized as visionary but why so Are the people of Ken Well Received tucky there are two millions of them Messrs Robt B and W M and as a whole they are better off than the people of most States in the Franklin of this city sang- in an Union utterly incapable of feeling Old Folks Concert at Midway on that exaltation of spirit which beauty The and harmony of surroundings in- Â¬ Friday night of last week spires We venture the assertion that if Clipper says their solos occasioned Frankfort starts a campaign of educa- Â¬ numerous criticomplimentary tion she will find she has a very cisms tractable set of pupils Another Teacher to Wed all the people of Kentucky could If be taken to the summit of that hillj It is said one of the young lady back of Bellepoint which is the high teachers in the Public School of est point immediately overlooking this city will marry a young farmer the city and shown how naturally Fort Hill is the center of the valley when school closes for the summer how commanding such a location vacation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE Now is the time to plant- - HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT G arden On hand and Vvill JM ri j l IaANDRRTHS ask you to give us a call We have a new and complete stock of W McKEE HAEDIE Jan21 lT C L GAYLE i i i i j nyvv ynryvwf wm I JOE T STATEN - CO 7 i 4 Have purchased the entire stock of i i 4 FURNITURE J i i i i 4 a a 8 t Of Frankfort Furniture fnofiivino- ffn rt w - Manu- - s i Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct K SOLID OAK SUIT nFTRVAT 1800- - 1500 - jf Oome now and look we have 100 j I Suits and over 300 Bedsteads j I1 y to sen in ne nexr iew momns 4 Lmm3 Black 8 Hursey J 226 ANN STREET I v DEALERS IN FINE HflRHESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 3m 232 Nnfcr STIEBZEIET - YOU WANT- to cKErf1 lasrcotf THIS OFFER greatly Awarded Highest Honors m Worlds Fairs Paralyzed James Pence mother of Judge W L and Capt S V Pence was stricken with paralysis at her home in Bellepoint Sunday morning the stroke rendering her speechless for several days but she can now talk a little and is somewhat improved but as she is 78 years of age little hope of her recovery is entertained Mrs DRPRICES nPial Baking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder No Ammonia No Alum Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniturrin our stock consisting of Parlor Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken REDUGRD FELICES R ROGERS EK if Used in Millions of Homes AprlllSIy A 40 Years the Standard SON A Lfuttaft wwppjjp M I 5- - j ran We make all kinds pf nzx mn 3 We make all Hand made 13U gr ISE1 nsira5nTOarnriCirircirarncniaKarciRiaRiara3i C3 YEHICLES 1PAINTING BWEMflHUIJ Tin BU if t ty p i ca raei ua CO Of all kinds of Vehicles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY Avith plenty of room and light and all modern appliances for doing the work m first class manner Send in your woriv Terms very reasonable ran BU EM i ua na Ba m BU ran BEJ THE KENTUCKY WE SELjL AT LOW PRICES Uil BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS ra bu na ra J BsaisiaFanri3rnBrnnariCfenrncnsaraPEas3nsiBa Bfl aiBaHBUcuBUUBaBaauBaBucjuuc5aU2a bu na CB IMPIEMENT U ca f 1 FACTORY HEAD OF BEOADAVAY STOEE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE canacariacannKarjannnnBanaciananaEBriaria BaeuBacucauuHiyiiaBUBairjuaBaEauaEaBaBa na ria BUY OF US bu Ba w ca I Binders lis Rakes r AND EXTRAS FOR SAME rsa BnBaHnnnBararararnB3BnEgnnBana53KaDarinrinBanaRarnraHanaEinriaraBaBa FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT so I put the bucket down What bb BaRaBaBFinnB3BnBaBarnBnBaraRnBaBnB3raBaraBaBaB3BaBaBarnnnnaranaBaBn ra 12a THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS i ca CB ca Ry ft V Ifi Hj L S3 I K I are you doing under there said he MARCH 24 1894 Went to get this shovel FRANKFORT said I and picked up a shovel and showed him All right said he An Invitation and went on 03 PW O Be Joyful Join our band CD cW 00 We used that hole under the Where Venus sits and Pallas Brand floor as long as I worked there And where Anpollo tunes his Harp While Cupid trims his arrows sharp When one barrel gave out we tapped another and we put no Come where flres of Vesta glow And wines of Hebe freely How less than a thousand holes in the Where res stands with torch aflame floor for many times we would crp p And Ate nrfd Erls lly fir shame CD strike the iron hoops on the 3 Mp Come where Thalias smile abides barrel with the auger and have to And Ceres oer the feast presides CD 4 CD to bore again throng with Phoebus sine Join the V And let your olco with Modus ring After being so nearly caught Be Joyful Is a Cooking and Literary by the storekeeper we had a code The 0 d Club recently organized la this city Bring my shovel of signals Thk O B J meant stay under the storekeeper is near by Bring my hammer o P PJ ofi lAglit On n Mystery CD f meant all clear bring out the liquor The following was held over Some months after my job was 88 from the last weeks letter of our finished Lmet 2 a lriend of mine in P CD correspondent Pea Ridge Lexington who tod me tjiere was The following bit of history a lot of trouble at Frankfort about throws some light on what was a lot of whisky that had evaporated at some distillery and that regarded as a mysteriousCase You see 1 hoofed it from j everal judges storekeepers colcrff Lexington to Frankfort and got a lectors and others had been ex- Â¬ job cleaning brick and waiting on amining s to the cause of 20 or 30 It was at a distillery gallons evaporating from some masons where a house filled with whisky barrels while others near by lost had fallen down While tearing only a gallon ortwo Finally CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK down and rebuilding the wall a some of the big men in the reve- THE POT plank sloping Irom the scaffold to nue service came on from WashBECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE the second story was used to slide ington and held a big investigation and succeeded in proving that DIDNT USE the brick down from dinner one quite a number of the barrels Coming back day I saw one of the men go were not as full as they might through the hole in the wall and have been Some of the wit roll a barrel of whisky up the nesses said it was leakage and He plank take out the bung and some said it was evaporation drink Seeing me he invited me j said that it cost about 20000 to Decl6 ly to join him which I did and after get out cf it but whether the drinking what we wanted we filled Government paid that much to up a water bucket which we divid- Â¬ the distiller for the loss of his ed with the other workmen whisky or the distiller paid that iWhen that was gone we filled it amount to the Government for again not only that day but tax I didnt inquire because I every day until the hole in the cared nothing about it As reBesides what gards the evidence for the evapo- Â¬ wall was closed HEAD for Hardware I stand I suppose there was ration theory it was proved by so we drank an on LAWN MOWERS I 25 or 30 of us nearly every one many respectable witnesses that I home a dinner am not willing to dispute the mat- Â¬ of us carried bucket full every night besides ter It might have been caused in the number of bottles and tomato that manner to some extent but canfuls that we gave away to those my opinion is with all due respect who we not so fortunately placed to the evaporation party that some of the loss at least was due as we were Finally the masons built up the to leakage hole in the wall much to our regret but we managed to fill up How to Become Fleshy several old powder kegs which Then lasted us some time Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all IB220-A-IDsX7-A-2 end of the house was nervous diseases headaone blues the other nervous prostration sleeplessness torn down and rebuilt during neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and which time we did the same as at hysteria but also builds op the body I am pleased to say that after years the other end of the building of intense suffering with nervous die One day soon after the wall was ease headache and prostration I 17 finished some iron gratings were tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine two weeks gained eight pounds sent to fix in the holes in the wall and in I in weight One of the holes was used for the sleep but now could not lie down to sleep perfectly easy workmen to conceal their tools in and am still improving wonderfully Looking through the Cannot Bay enough for the Nervine at night B Millard Dunkirk N hole one evening I saw a man Mrs L One customer used Nervine YM under the floor with an auger he and gained flfteon pounds in flesh WHAT DOES IT MEAN Maybury Cortland called to me to bring him a buck- Â¬ says Brown NY bottles and elegant IT mile ahorlot It mean that thsQiicrn and Crctrcnt Kont et I crawled under with the book free Trial W Gavlos 8 at J Vctvrvn Lnuinnatl ami jtxlngtuiii vMiuIIm hurut Cincinnati tu lllr tiorUt Iiii lnnitl ti Niw Orleans K8 uiik mllf iluu bored several holes inlrlmm ti bucket and he Florida CinclnnuU to Chattanuugu Atlanta Or Jaikiunvllln through the floor until he struck SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Miles Norvo and Livor Pills a barrel of whisky he drew ouf ctwecn all of tho abor poind Throuah Oara to Vlckibnrjc ami Jhrere I held the bucket to Knuxvlllo the auger and throuli rara irt Oulr lino ruuuliiK lluu to Tela andCincinnati yln New Orliaunami Mexico or Direct AheTllle N 0 Aot on a new principle regulating Irom IonliTllk and it was soon filled1 We plugged via Shreveiort Ak agent about tnurt to California mad at LcilugUin Phtlliyville and Iawmiceliurpr illroct nmuectlou L the up the auger hole with a stick the livor stomach and bowols though ih vtllulva train to all Wat Boutll y Q mMOX nerves A now discovery Dr and carried out the bucket and Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Genl TaatT Ant Cincinnati O divided it bad taste torpid livor piles constipa Â¬ QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE I was coming out with a bucket tion Splendid for men women and ohildren Smallest mildest surest of liquor one day just as the Gov- - 60 doses for 25 cents samples iree at ernment storekeeper came along jwGayleB Frankfort Kyc 40 iy Y C Chesapeake CT YORK TON Ohio PHILADELPHIA WASHING- - BOSIOHIand all Eastern Ciies Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST BOUND 1892 Lve Lexington 7 15 a m Atlanta Express No 22 dally 26 dallr ex Sun 1140 a h Midland Accom No Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 615 pm MtSterllngAccom No28dallyex Sun630r M WEST BOUND 0 Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex San 8 00 a m 1245 pm Louisville ExpressNo 21 dally Lexington Acconji No 25dallyexSun4 15 p x 615 pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Arr Lexington without change No Bus transfers G HW irLLER Agt Genl Pass Washington W BARNEY D P DC Lexington Ky CBKYAN Asst Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati A L N TIME TABLE Â¬ The following timb N effect npon the L n e is now Â¬ TBAIN8 WEST No231eavosFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort Mo 21 leaves Frankfort No IJlenvos Frankfort TBAINSEABT 960 a m 255 pm 735 pm 550 am Â¬ Â¬ 1020 a m No 18 leaves Frankfort 463 No 20 leaves Frankfort 735 p m No 24 arrives Frankfort 855 p ma No 22leaves Frankfort will stop at Anchorage and No 20 pm SAPOLIO Lawn Mowers Friends passengers Christiauaburg for for Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 oonneot at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Car at the thysville mouth Cyalhiana CoTingtQA VIA KT and Lead The Market 14 ASK FOR TICKETS MIDLAND TflAtNS BilN BY GEMTB11L STA10ABD TIME ie 450 500 TIMETABLE TRAINS K AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit A NOV 26 1893 A I M 1 No vU No 8 p M No 7 700 7116 400 4 06 4 20 4 SI 323 Street Lv Elkhorn LvSwltzer Lv Stamping Ground 711 718 730 742 749 768 06 412 4S8 F Georgetown C S Dtfpot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Paris TRAINS WK ST Lv Paris C Lv Lv Lv Lv Duvall 72 Johimon B 0 I li lIFHIt 8 Nolt No M a30 816 820 443 460 506 617 625 629 640 100 110 126 140 200 210 220 285 300 320 336 345 400 PM Tffi 645 109 23 90 ArEllzubeth Ar Centervllle No 2 No 4 U05 660 COO U16 I Ar Newtown Ar O S Depot Ar JeorRetown Ar lolinson Ar Duvall B Ar StaiiiplnuOrouml Ar Switzer Ar Klklumi I Ar Frankfort A r Summit A 920 928 940 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1156 1202 1210 604 012 635 4rs 626 749 800 aiO 600 630 64J 648 666 7 08 716 721 730 906 915 925 R30 8E0 vri ill tt B C N connects with L connects with Q 4 C and connects with K C L8 SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Krnnkfort 946 a m Arr lleorgelown 1040 a in Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Krnnkfort 1210 p m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west C D BKHCAW fe For further information apply to their acenta Gen Isim Agt GEOB HARPER E B WEITZEL City Tleket Agent Gen Supt w i m 6 - BROTHERS MASTIN 1 Hf ta ti sJlfflfflfiClTl y the agency and will keep in stock the follow Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H H Bab cock H A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders nud Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay llakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc Wo have secured 13 coivdiE ac 32 Aivdi2srEi stock V MASTIN BROTHERS RELIGIOUS Â¬ Dentils A m- - Baptist OHUKbH The usual ser Mastin MrLucian W Mastin vices at 11 and 730 to morrow will be youngest son of Mr John W conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the Mastin and wife died at the home pastor of his parents on Ann street Catholic Ohurch Rev Father Wednesday morning just before 6 Donley of Louisville will conduct a the Easter services at the Church oclock after anjillness of only few weeks To all appearances a of the Good Shepherd to morrow The music at each service will be month ago he was a strong unusually fine healthy young man with bright Low mass at 8 a m High mass at prospects of useful life 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m ft Mathews of Lexington the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock No evening services Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecfure room at 650 Christian Church Rev R T will occupy Episcopal Church The Easter services to morrow will be conducted by Rev R L McOready the rector Preaching at 11 and 730 and at 3 oclock in the afternoon a special service will be held for the children A splendid musical programme has been arranged for the morning ser Â¬ vice Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D m will occupy his pulpit to morrow at Graefonburfj 11 and 730 Society of The Young Peoples The elections are over and the Christian Endeavor will meet in the people are at peace once more Xecture Room at 645 p m You are 1 First Presbyterian Church a lorgand but a tuberculous tumor having formed on the right side of his throat he had it removed For several days after the operation he seemed to be getting along nicely but went out too soon fever set up ana septicemia followed which caused his death He was a bright manly young fellow 26 years old full of life and spirit the pride of fond parents hearts and his untimely death is a sad blow to them and his brothers and sisters The funeral took place Thurs- Â¬ day afternoon at 3 oclock from the Baptist Church regular appointment at the Metho Bro dist Church next Sunday is an excellent preacher Godby and the Methodist Church is very fortunate in having him as pastor We have the most quiet business-like little town in any of these Religiously adjoining counties and morally w will compare quite favorably with the best of them Our merchants are perfectly re- Â¬ liable and sell goods cheaper than they can be bought in some of the larger places where competition is greater We print no papers nor blow no horns as some of these little so called cities do but we are quiet and peaceable persuing the even tenor of our way 1 L li MARSHALL A GAINES L 8 MARSHALL 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 5 Â¬ FORRENT FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEVRJN TWO STORY Cross street near Conwav This on Is Tery desirable property and will be rented at a Life Insurance bought arid Sold and loans negotiated Titus moderate price a FOR SALE M Got Scraped m The farmers are enjoying this A special musical programme will most excellent spring weather and be rendered at the morning service all are very busy preparing for their crops Methodist Church Rev H G Our town and community has Henderson the pastor will preach to lost a most excellent citizen in the morow morning at 11 oclock and in death of Mr Abel Jenkins which the evening at 730 sad event occured at his late resiMr Henderson will deliver an ap His funeral service took dence priate Easter discourse at each ser- place at the Methodist Church vice conducted by Rev George Darsie Sunday school meets at 930 a m The EpworthLeague will convene A suitable obituary will soon be prepared for the readers of the in the class room at 7 oclock Â¬ invited A picked up nine of basa PLANTS FRAME A TWO STORY DOUBLEConway RESIDENCE Â¬ on Cross street near Thl proper ballists went from this city to very good lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE ty has u hood and will be sold at a low figure tomato plants grade of Saturday and Sweet potato early cabbage and other plants In Lexington on pepper celery and by Kllwanger Bros season Plants are played a game with the Lexington James Heeney and JonMsale Bantu club Our boys were badly done up as the score stood 22 to 4 them when the game against FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM closed A Frankfort on u good turnpike road m RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS residence of ti rooms 2 tenement houses with to-a 2 TWO STORY BRICK ot land In Bridgeport 14 acres bacco A severe rheumatic pain in the Is good property and Is offered at a bargain This sary and stock barns besides all other neces Improvements All of the Improvements Mr J H left shoulder had troubled Including the fencing on thlspropertyarenew Loper a well known druggist of and In first class condition This farm has a quantity ot tine tobacco land and would also make DesMoines Iowa for over six months a first class stock farm It also tins a young At times the pain was so severe that peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other he could not lift anything With all fruit he could do he could not get rid of it until he applied ChamberlainsÂ¬ I only made three ap A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ Pain Balm cated 8 plications of it he says And have turnpike roadmiles from Frankfort n on n good upon which there Is brick pain He dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms resi since been free from all and Â¬ now recommends it to persons simi allother necessary Improvements This land Is high state of cultivation the Improvements In larly afflicted It is for sale by P area In fine condition and In order to make a EESIDENCE OF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES property has u lot 67 by 1C0 feet H Carpenter South Side Druggist qulcK sale will be offered at a bargain n I - m j FOR SAJLE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE Â¬ FOR SALE FOR RENT a H si Nl and Is well located Â¬ R0UN9AUOUT I- - Kev will R S Clark has purchased Clay Lilly the pastor farm near Shelbyville and will occupy his pulpit to morrow move to his new home shortly morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m B Southern Presbyterian Church a re- Â¬ Rev George Darsie is preaching to largo congregations each evening at the Main Street Christian Church in Lexington and the church is gaining accessions at each service Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Efc where he spent from Florida three months for the benefit of He does not seem to his health be very favoraby impressed with Florida as a State though he was We delighted with the climate is some are glad to say his health what improved Mrs Jennie Collins who has been quite ill for the past month Thompson BJ Mrs Tracy Arlin Mrs is improving Kiraloy F A Crutcher and wife of Wehle O W Arlino Woodford county made a flying Williams Frank Lyons M business tripto our town this weekMeriwether Mrs Wilson M i s b Janeary GW We hear that they are thinking of Miller Miss Kate Warner James R returning to our town to live Whon calling for these letters say Our hustling merchant Mr L S B Holmes P M advertised Blythe spent Wednesday in Shel- Â¬ Use Aromalt the great health byville on business Rev E H Godby will fill his 28 6t drink Â¬ - March 24 1894 Mahoney Micheal Allerman E S Morrison Robert Britton Mos Crockett Miss Ida Prowitt Peary Patter Willy Cooper Mrs Spradlen Mr Eli Katie Sheets Ed Clark V T Haydon J W sr Smith Mrs Nancy Mr Summerfleld Johnson Clark Mrs S Johnson Jno W Sellers W R Johnson G Z Miss Johnson Miss Thompson Lillian Lizea Kawenstrot Dr Thompson B T Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ Sunday tised letters for the week ending U W Darlington has returned Rev Mahoney of Waddy is conducting a series of meetings at the Christian Church He is quite earnest in the presentation Preaching every of the truth evening J B Pemberton and Judge Tipton of Shelbyville attended the funeral of Mr Jenkins last A wonderful guessing contests AC RES WITH 2 RESIDENCES FARM OF of interest was taken in A and other GOnecessary Improvements two amount FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON for the closest miles from Frankfort This property Is all In A Conway street South Side This property Is In offer of its 000 grass good repair we are authorized to rent It at guesses to to the1 coldest day and Gardenand would make an excellent Dairy or 15 per monthand farm temperature during February at Louisville and much valuable information was gathered by sub- Â¬ This scribers on the subject contest has just been decided there being twenty eight lucky R CH0ATE L H FINNELL guessers The Weekly Courier Formerly of Wakefield Clioate JOHN DRISCOLL Journal now makes another offer on the same line For the closest guesses to the amount of rain that will fall at Louisville during the AND the Weekly month of May Courier Journal will give 1000 H0GS11EAD FACTORY This money will be divided into nineteen presents one of 500 two of 100 each two of 50 each HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL hogshead four of 2 each and ten of 10 Congleton tobacco am preparedfactory of Messrs A full- line of pure Anderson county whiskies Bros I to furnish wines brandies etc acEach guess must be each DOORS SHINGLES 235 BROADWAY opposite State House SASH TURNED companied by 1 to pay for one April 16 tf BLINDS WORK years subscription to the Weekly STAIR WORK FRAMES Courier Journal the best Demo- ANU ALL KIHD8 OF The raincratic paper published fall is scientifically measured to TiralierBouttht or awefl hogsheads the hundredth part of an inch as well as tobaccoPost Ofllce onFactory one and a frqnt blocks from A The heaviest rain fall in May dur halfshare of publlo patronage Is river solicited HAVE TIMBER ON PFRS0N8 WHO who want sawing TO SELL the ing the past twenty years was or done by hundred had better call on R II Suter who has seven inches and forty six hun- CHOATE In FINNELL chinery portable saw millsthe Kentucky grades ma Â¬ also the best to manufacture rough ol dredths of an inch The lightest Sept ly Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to timber move anywhere R II SUTER measurewas one inch even The Deo 30 3in Peaks Mill Ky ments are made by the Government officials of the Weather Sample Bureau at Louisville Fine Farm for Rent copies of the paper with full parGARDEN ticulars of the contest will be Write sent free to any address DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY FULL 8TOCK OP FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL Georgetown pike asparagus grape fruits limits at once as under no circumstances shrubs and every vines usually foundsmallnursery 265 acres on the residence tobacco containing large In u thing barn and sell direct to the planter will any guesses be received after establishment We Catalogues on application stables Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Â¬ agents given March 1st IBM Possession and have no For particu II FHILLENMEYER Address Weekly April 30th lars apply to Lexington Ky FRANK OHINN Courier Journal Louisville Ky July 22 tf Mar 10 3m Frunkfort Ky 1 How Much Rain Will Fall The weekly Courier Journal has struck a popular note in its weather M I FOR SALE Vi LB MARSHALL CO m PLAJOTG MILL aZ3s 1 Liquor - Merchant Â¬ n VI Â¬ Finish For a Blouse 5s Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Orchard Lawn Â¬ Si iV K r M W 5 r WE THE REPUBLICAN LEAGUE COMMITTEES APPOINTED TO MAKE ARRANGE- - T TTsHaile 11 WT tlie3r can gpet t3ne Toeziefit TUT T T JCZj V X X our Hoxr of our line ZEPxices fXiXi m TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips S W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Wall-Pape- r- Cor Main and Lewis Streets C2M A COLLINS FALL Opposite the Farmers Bank MENT8 1OR THE MEETING Got McKinley Invited of the Garfield Republican Club on Thursday evening was well attended and a great deal of enthusiasm was mani- Â¬ fested A resolution was adopted invit McKinley ing Gov Win of Ohio to be present at the meet Â¬ ing of the State League on May 31st and address the members The committee of arrangements reported that all railroads leading into the city would give reduced rates to delegates and that Saxtons full brass band of Lexington had been engaged to furnish music for the occasion The following list of committees was announced who will have charge of the arrangements for the meeting of the1 State League and will see that the delegates are handsomely entertained The meeting I I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IJ Geo W Reock S R Smith West COMMITTEE OX FINANCE B C Milam M P Gray Berberich C C Furr N I COMMITTEE ON ESCORT AND TION V Mc Daniel Alex Innes James Sower RECEP Â¬ I S S Shepard James M Saffell V C C Furr John W Milam Berberich M P Gray Geo A Lewis E M Drane T J Todd A lot of forty four as finely bred trotters as ever left the State were shipped from this city yesterday to go into the great horse sale They at Chicago next week were the property of the best breeders in this secti n and should Messrs S bring good prices Son contributed to the Black number eight head of as fine three and four year olds as ever went under the hammer ColRP Pepper sent eighteen finely bred youngsters Mr John C Noel his fine young horse Buffilo Bill considered to be the fastest of his age in the country A W Mack lin two fine ones John T Murphy five fine roadsters Jas S Darnell the pacer Andy Wilkes 218 and Bowen Holton Success 226 Xjaddcr Fell From a eight head and George B Hays ones Mr Harry B ODonnell of four nice Messrs Howard Black of this the dry goods firm of Weitzel and ODonnell was attempting to ar- Â¬ county and Jesse Hambrick Lew Coleman of Stamping range some goods upon a top Ground accompanied the stock shelf in hi store yesterday morn- Â¬ ing when the step ladder he was The Club Organized standing upon slipped from under A number ol persons interested him letting him fall upon the floor and injuring his back so in the national game met at the severely that he had to be placed office of Mr L B Marshall on upon a cot and taken to his home Thursday afternoon and perfected in South Frankfort The physi- the organization of the Thorn cians who examined him think no Hill Base Ball Club for the season bones were broken but that his As soon as the park is completed injury consisted of a severe sprain the club will be read foi games be- Â¬ of the back and that he will soon as the members have already gun to practice be all right again cleverest fellows in the world and has a host of friends here and all along the river from the mouth to Beattvville He was born ai d in Henry county and dur Â¬ reared ing the war served as a private in the 9th Kentucky Confederate Cavalry Since the war he has been m re or less connected with the river and has owned an inter-Â¬ est in and operated several boats in the Kentucky liver and is at present master of the steamer Falls City He represented Henry county in the Legislature six or eight years ago was a faithful and useful member and is going to serve the Government as faithfully in the new position for which he hasbeen selected Â¬ Â¬ Inspector for this district and will be appointed to the position by the Secretary of the Treasury Cipt Abraham is one of the SHIPPED TO CHICAGO Fine Tjot of Horses to be Sold In That City WIN ER OIF1 STOCK BOOTS SHOES --- HATS CAPS m I I RITCIM 1 We have the best goods the largest stock and I H prices are right To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Hord Brown COMMITTEE j a I m Luscher Schneider C D Bercaw E M Drane T Davis R Todd Shinkle COMMITTEE ON HOTELS Callery H J Hyde Mangan J U Weitzel Chas Herd Lafontaine Gibbons COMMITTEE ON MUSIC OBrien P W H Van Winkle C A Nel BOATS ON R Rs AND STEAM Spend Your Outing on the Great Jjitkes Visit picturesque Mackinac IsThe following was the result of It will only cost you about the weekly shoot of the Gun Club land 15 from 1250 from Detroit Wednesday afternoon At our goods Gnn Club Shoot Â¬ know what you need have the goods and will please you We fl 14 14 13 26 21 10 11 9 11 son Alex COMMITTEE Innes ON PRINTING INVITA Â¬ i ii Ifr TIONS AND BADGES ODonnell Webber Church T R n 8 SR Smith M E M Drape Lewis Church 20 23 James Saffell Geo A Geo W Reock COMMITTEE ON HALL lionollt Your rEyes Dr fir- - it the optic A Goldstein whose specialist of Louisville Lewis H A B Hammond reputation and skill in his profes- Â¬ Finnell John L Scott Jr sion is well known by thousands COMMITTEE ON PRESS AND MESSEN of our best people who wear his GERS glasses and have been benefited by t Geo A Lewis John L Scott the use of them is in the city Jr W H Van Winkle Doctor Goldstein has the most instruments modern scientific COMMITTEE ON DECORATIONS The smallest possible amount of James Sower H G Banta T eye strain or error of refraction is P Rogers W R Wells and by appliance of detected proper glasses all pains such as John Abrahams Job neuralgia dizziness c will be The glasses are ground relieved Capt John K Abraham for- of the finest material to suit each merly of the city has been recom Â¬ eye Call at Capital Hotel parlor mended by the designating board Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p Consultation free it for appointment as Steamboat Hull m Â¬ from Cleveland for Toledo the round trip including meals Avoid the heat and and berths C traveling on the D dust by floating palaces The attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region The island itself are unsurpassed is a grand romantic spot its cliTwo mate most invigorating have new steel passenger steamers just been built for the upper lake route costing 5300000 each They are equipped with every modern bath convenience annunciators rooms etc illuminated through out by electricity and are guaranteed to be the grandest largest and safest steamers on fresh water These steamers favorably compare with the great ocean liners in construction and speed Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Daily Marquette and Duluth in Hay between Cleveland and Put The cabins parlors and staterooms of these steamers are designed for the complete entertainment of humanity under home conditions the palatial equipment the luxury of the appointments makes travel ing on these steamers thoroughly Send for illustrated enjoyable Address descriptive pamphlet TA A A Schantz G P D C Detroft Mich 18 Â¬ Â¬ AK RA MXLURE T G J SON Wm White Ransdell Gaertner M AM w T fJIWHi r jRfi i m r V Â¬ Â¬ Aiipr pJuiiii in fflrni m tBEEH R1YER TC UC CO B3hi4h y WARtHOUSr v IdBEfl sSfegfggfegj Green Hiver Tobacco CD -- Warehouse Fraps Four Months WHITE RANSHELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUIi HOGSHEADS LOUISVILLE KY GREEN RIVEU HOUSE Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge CSTWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelbyvillej Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf M v f PP 8 4Sfli mmmmwwmwmmmmm Wm Great Combination Sale ON 3XTOWr L1 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 the way of real bargains CRUTCHER STARKS Fiiiiliis id Sims One large lot Monarch Negligee Shirts were and 225 last season go in this sale for 1 One lot Childrens Heavy Weight old style Suits that were 6 and 7 go at 2 50 sizes 4 to 8 M years THING SPRING CLOTHING One lot Childrens Jersey Suits ages 275- 3 VI to 6 years only FOR CASH One large lot Monarch Shirts white and fancy were 1 50 go in this sale at 75 cents Perfect goods 2 Mm One large lot Jeans Patits all sizes were Ji 75 go at 99 cents FOR CASH 150 and One lot Childrens Jersey Suits beautifully embroidered go at 4 One large shipment Boys Knee Pants Suits all the latest styles and colors ages 4 to 5 years 250 to 6 One immense lot of Mens Cassimere Fancy Cheviofs Blue and Black Cheviot Suits piles upon piles of them all wool the very cream of the market range from 7 56 to 15- - One large lot Mens and Boys Overcoats and Ulsters at New York cost FOR CASH One large lot Boys Long Pants Suits not all wool were 5 and 6 go at 275 ages 13 to 18 years We closed one immense lot of Wilson Bros Celebrated White Shirts that are retailed all over the Il anu pt ju in uus saie r piiuuiiuy iui ior Â¬ I x pis 1 cJ- l FOR CASH One large lot of Mens Double and Twisted Gray Mixed Socks were 10 cents go in this sale for 5 cts t One large lot Boys Long Pants Suits were 12 and Sis go at S750 ages 13 to 18 years FOR CASH One big lot Clay Diagonals invisible plaid and check Twenty per cent less than one wosted suits 10 to 22 year ago One large lot Spring Overcoats all shades and quantities Nows the time to buy one 4 to 15 1 11 25 One large lot of Mens Black and Tan Sox were cents now 15 cents or 150 per doz One large lot Mens and Boys Heavy Pants at Many of these goods almost 50 cents on the 1 were in our Louisville fire and are all perfect FOR One large lot Mens Cheviot Working Shirts were 75 cents go in this sale for 50 cents CASH One large lot Mens Corduroy Pants were 450 very stongly made Your choice at 4 and 3 WATCHOTJT FOR Otift EXTRAORDINARY Our entire line of Mens Underwear now on sale All qualities ranging from 75 cents to 3 a suit One immense pile of Spring Neckwear All the new things See window display 25 and 50 cents FOR SHOE SALE CASH MENS SOFT HAT All the Latest Shapes MENS STIFF HATS All the Latest Shapes Boys and Childrens Stiff and Soft Hats All the Latest Shapes J 1 Clay VilhiKC Rev Melone is all right again Miss Fannie Melone has pur- Â¬ chased a bran new organ of G P Skinner representing Baldwin Co Miss Cleo Skinner is instruct- Â¬ ing a class in strumental music and boarding at Oscar Duncans Her pupils are advancing wonderfully Rev Godbey had a very valua ble horse to become entangled in a wire fence and was so cut up with barb wire that he will not be fit for service for several weeks Mr Joe Snooks met with the misfortune to have his barn and fine horse and buggy burned last Tuesday Nojinsurance We would presume that it was the work of an incendiary Your humble servant excuted very fine and fancy job of Barre a Granite to answer as a family monument for H F Bohannon Sheriff of Shelby county on last Monday in Bagdad cemetery Â¬ cgaMagBtM3geHgwy S If ft be true that future events LOUIS VIIjIE TOBACCO MAll 3CET cast their shadows before there is a wedding liear at hand here or hereabouts H G MATTERS TECE- - DR W I KELLEY na Dont ask who FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Â¬ Diickers Â¬ timonial from Breckinridge means a Republican Ind who forR two years noticed a Congressman stoppage or skipping of the pulse hi Joft side got so tender he could not Miss Katie Beckett after a pro- lie on it his heart fluttered he was to different doctors tracted visit to her mother Mrs alarmed went but one bottle of Dr found no relief R W True has returned home Miles New Heart dure ouredhlm Mrs W The elogant book New and Start Â¬ with her grandmother For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ ling Facts free at J W Gaylea It B Jones hoart nd nervous dis Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the tells all about 3 Presbyterian Church There is universal expression eases and many wonderful cures in regard Mrs W B Rodman of sympathy and sorrow Midwinter Fair to the untimely fate of Rector Aromalt aids digestion and Crittenden He was a frequent The Kentucky Midland RailOnce tried visitor here before going to Cali- road will sell tickets to San Fran- purifies the blood Â¬ Â¬ Buttercups and daisies BULLDOIUS We have an occasional remind Admitted the Facts er that this country is sadly in need of a very strict dog law at Newspaper editors have to be very least the sheep probably think so careful in opening their columns for1 statements But aware that the Dr We warn the Democrats of this Miles Medical Co are responsible district that the nomination of we make room for the following tes McDougall Auburn Â¬ Wouldnt you like to see that gun with which Miss Madge made the handsome Kentucky Colonel lose his wits What Ken- Â¬ tucky Colonel wouldnt promise to marry a lady if it was her special request Kentucky Colo- Â¬ nels are the very soul of gallantry It is just about time our foreign born citizens should learn that the stars and stripes is the most appropriate flag to spread to the breeze in this country no matter what the occasion A few days ago an Irish citizen of Louisville expressed his preference for the American flag to the Irish colors on St Patricks day whereupon another Irish citizen proceeded to carve him with a knife This is not Americanism Congress should pass a law com Â¬ pelling a secret trial of all public scandal cases It is a shame that the public press should fill tl e homes of our mothers wives and Bisters with the filth and nastiness now being ground out in Wash ington Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 3719 hhds with receipts tor the same period of 2240 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 47565 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1803 011 our market to this date amount to 49854 hhds The market continued throughout the week active and firm losing none of the improvement we noted last week and closed as high as it has been at any time since the begin Â¬ ning of the season The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damaged 2 50 tobacco Common Oolory trash 4 00 Medium to good colory rtitiiiiiiff 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday Maroh 31 1894 Saturady April 14 1892 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surelcav operation an d with little or no pain O AND REEERENCES W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky M -- FOR SALE OR RENT STOREROOM AND RESIDENCE J T Staten Frankfort V Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky Ky K 3 50 4 50 Common lugs not colory 4 00 0 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 7 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 00 11 00 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Select or wrappery 1 trash 5 00 7 50 11 0C 15 00 18 00 21 50 residence combined located on 5 00 Avenue Bjllepoint lo ottered for sale orBenson rent 7 50 possession Riven March 1st Will rent either department separately It desired Apply to JOBHMITH 9 00 2m next door -- A TWO STORY 1 tICtC STOREROOM Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky a li aicuiure tfruiiKtort Ky N J Huglies Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jus M WlthrowFrankfott Ky DR KELLEYS ofllceand residence Is at 25 West Eighth street Cincinnati uud where lie mar be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Berberich Frnnkfort Ttl No local Perhaps you would not think bo but a very large proportion of di seases in New York comes from We can save you 50 carelessness about catching cold per cent on every roll says Dr Syrus Edson - -naner vou buv It is such a ofsena xy cenis loipay postage on inrgc pack simple thing and so common that age of samples Mutch borders and ceilings very few people unless it is a case of pneumonia pay any attention to a The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO Incorporate cold New York is one of the health- Â¬ 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY iest places on the Atlantic coast and yet there are a great many cases of inarl0 2m catarrh and consumption which have their origin in this neglect of the simplest precaution of everyday life NOTICE The most sensible advice is when you have ono get rid of itas soon as possible By all means do not neglect FiUNKFOitT Kv March 12 IBM it Dr Edson does not tell you how THIS Is to certify that Ilannen A Hursey have to cure a cold but we will Take partnership and that G h Ilannen Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is to assume all debts of the linn oftoIlannen it Hursey uud nil persons indebted said linn will relievo the lungs aid expectora Â¬ are to settle with G L Ilannen tion open the secretions and soon WS HORSEY Mar 17 lm j l HANNEN effect a permanent cure 25 and 50 Â¬ cent bottles lor sale by P H Car penter South Side Druggist Â¬ Wall m DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to anr ono W I KELLEY M D by addressing 269 W Eight St Cincinnati O dealer can compete with us CONSULTATION FREE in variety or price our new designs and colorings are handsomer than ever before Paper prirta JWD Â¬ Mr Feb 2 tf- Posts Sept 23 Â¬ Â¬ fornia and had iavorite become a great cisco and return for 9165 count Midwinter Fair Ac- Â¬ always used Scottow For sale by W J 28 6t I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold tf Â¬ Job work neatly exe cuted at this office LfcfrwbteriWjiiai