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J I i W WJflWp wqmwMwywa J 1 mr V Tee Frankfort Eoundabout - GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 7 TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 31 m 2 VOL XVII FKANKFORT KY SATURDAY APRIL Latest U S Govt Report 1894 V4 Hrf fa Wv i- - m ANOTHER - Highest of all in Leavening Power Country Resklonep Humeri ARSGUVTELY PURE Â¬ MANUFACTORY ifc- v- A Chair Factory to be Estab lished Here i - fiMf- - BW4 111 Ml luv r i Mr- if - I if A1 v - K u S s i if1 r - X rv ii r- t - i 7 r o i w Frankfort is to have another chair manufactory which will use onlyffree labor and will furnish employment to quite a number of were unable to get into several Druggist Chamberlain we learn made the purchase for Messers Also Heal Estate Agent Will practice In the V hands rooms at all Courts of Franklin and Main Street opp City Hall and will also give specialthe adlolilng counties Â¬ Hays and Gray who have until an Ohio party The Parker proputtentlon to the pur A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a chase and sale of real estate collection or rents Cigars and Tobacco specialty recently been- connected with the erty on Arlington Heights was Prescriptions claims and the negotiation of loans Nominated Tor Surveyor compounded at nil hours chair factory in the prison have bid in by John W Rodman for Mr J Monte Tharp formerly NO W R WILLIAMS W CHINN JR CO made arrangements to lease a por- Â¬ the Farmers Bank and the Safety of this city has been nominated Attorney at Law the tion of the buildings at Messrs Vault and Trust Company Druggists as a Democratic candidate for Grahams planing mill price for all was 2930 Choate Frankfort Kentucky 314 Main Street County Surveyor of Oldham cour and hogshead factory where they The property of Lucinda Hans Will practice In all State Courts Office second Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all floor Custom House hours A flue line of Fancy Toilet Articles will establish a plant for the manu- Â¬ brough in Bellepoint was purchased ty Nervous Prostration NEWSDEALER facture of the higher grades of by L B Marshall for 400 FLOUR AND FEED chairs for which there is always a The property of Hiram Smoot GUY BARRETT A large manufacturer whose affairs REOCK DONALDSON Mr Hays left in the country was purchased by were very much embarrassed and good demand News Dealer and Flour Meal Feed and Wednesday for Grand Rapids the Louisville Safety Vault Co for who was overworked and broken Bookseller down with nervoiiB exhaustion went Country Produce to a celebrated specialist He was Michigan to make arrangements 180 332 Main Street told that the only thing needed was Block South Side Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fane to dispose of the output of the to be relieved of care and worry and Oysters FishFined Jjcg Broken Goods anl Game in season Choice have a change of thought This doc- Â¬ factory and Mr Chamberlain Pickles and Preserves Â¬ tor was more his pa Mr Jacob Ahler was driving tients health considerate of financial leaves next week fpr Chicago and PAINTERS than of his LIVERY He the east to place a portion of the the delivery wagon for Messrs circumstances use Drought to haveÂ¬ advised him to Miles Restor W B BRTDGEFORD DARNELL output and purchase machinery Sower Ahler Thursday morning ative Nervine the best remedy for MANGAN prostration sleeplessness The Painter and as soon as the latter arrives and in turning the corner of High nervonB headache ill effects of spir Â¬ Fine Livery dizziness the factory will commence opera and Clinton streets one of the spin- its tobacco coffee opium c Thou Â¬ Terms Reasonable 10 St Clair Street testify to cures Books dles of the wagon broke letting sandsbottles free at J W Gayles and tions Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on trial 5 219 Main Street nunu The gentlemen who will estab- Â¬ that side of the vehicle drop on the Mr Ahler was thrown lish the factory have had many street years experience in the business out and dragged some distance will put in a first class plant and his left leg being broken in two produce goods of which any city places between the knee and will be proud They had a flatter ankle the bone of one fracture Mr ing offer to go to Evansville protruding from the flesh ITSOTXT Indiana but preferred to remain Ahler was taken to the confection- Â¬ Messrs Sower Ahler here where timber can be had in ery of where he received medical atten- Â¬ large quantities and at such a low 12 lOjinch 14 16 figure that chairs can be manu tion and was afterward removed 3 50 3 75 4 00 6 i factured at much less cost than in to his home where he is now lying in a critical condition northern cities which will enable Will remove to his new quarters on St These machines are guaranteed in every respect and to give satisfac- Â¬ them to put their product on the Cheap Power Clair street next door to It K JIclure tion or returned at my expense market in competition with the Je Sons Now that we have an electric old established factories and make About Ten Days railroad the city is being canvass a good profit The projectors of the new enter- Â¬ ed by Mr L A Farns worth rep or sooner if the working men will push paper liantrinrr and prise should receive every encour- - resenting the Jenny Electric Motor the carpenter work quick time it painting through in all now agement from the city lor the es- - Company of Indianapolis for the depends on them and until then 1 will retablishment of the factory here at purpose of introducing electric duce my stockthis time will prove a blessing in motors into manufacturing estabHARDWARE MERCHANT Allien as Possible the way of furnishing employment lishments the electricity to be to sonic of our idle citizens and furnished by the railroad company at unheard of prices will not move any more goods Announcement bring into our midst skilled at a low rate The motors are will sell them than I can help if low prices We have printed a pamphlet Mo apologv is necessary oh the giving the mechanics symptons There is no doubt small occupying very little room cause of cancers and score of medical propriety for varieties c about the factory being a success and will reduce the cost of power Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ thus announcing to the profession tumors from the start if push and energy Very materially besides requiring At some of these prices figured China and the public that we have made esting can get a copy free by ad- count for anything as all of the no engineer or fireman and have Silks suitable for shirt waist only 28 cents a long careful and special study dressing yard gentlemen interested are built on no machinery to get t tit of order a yard 85Watered Silks only 49 cents acolors of cancerous diseases together Dks Current Smith worth 32 inch China Silks Jn all Paris Ky other at 49 cents a yard worth 65 cents Black with all malignant and 17 tf those lines and will hustle from Uought His Homo Brocaded Silk at 79 cents a yard worth tumors and are able to offer the the jump W J Scottow keeps on hand results of our extensive experience Mr H F Duncan has purin Kentucky and surrounding a fresh supply of Aromalc Dont Court Day Do You Need a Corset chased from Miss Maggie Russell countries in a system of rational fail to include a package in your 28 6U and successful treatment that we next order for groceries An unusually large crowd was the residence on Steele street believe has never heretofore been in town Monday and the street which he has been occupying for If you do buy it this week you can sive attained and we are able to point Dr Halos Household Ointment money hawkers and patent medicine men several years for four thousand to thousands of successful cases 250 quality will be sold for 200 reIs the finest remedy in the world Only a few five hundred dollars and is did a lively business 150 quality will be sold for 120 not in a boasting but rather in a It absolutely cures catarrh It cures pairing and improving same jloo quality wilt he sold for 80 cents horses were shown but a good spirit of thankfulness that we are Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures 75 cent quality will be sold for 64 cents thus able to prove so clearly our Piles like magio Cures Salt Rheum ItH n Mistake Diadeal of stockwas offered 50 cent quality will be sold for 43 cents in the most soothing manner Cures cent quality will be sold foi 36 cents assertion that our system does Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids mond Bentley the Silver Tongued To neglect caring for a cough or cold 45 Every time you cough you incrensa You should take advantage of this removal cure cancer With a positive Cures Coughs and Colds Can bo Blue Grass Auctioneer reports tne trouble ana soon an inflammation sale and buy while they are at these prices knowledge of this fact now so taken internally A positive specific1 a for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns that the following sales 10 long year Â¬ 1b started controlin Dr short time is fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ Chilblains Sores of long standing difficult to Hales Houseling steers at 1925 per head 6 hold Cough Oure has such a magic ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ vjorua aim xtunions are curea quiCKiy effect upon a cough allaying all irri fession we should be wanting in different from all else superior to all 18 milk cows at 2052175 tation so quickly that every person equal humanity if we neglected any else it haBnooheapest25 and 50o boxes Large size and Sold at P Hv 3260 4 in the land should always have a botÂ¬ 3025 2525 means in our power to spread the Carpenters drug store tle of this wonderful medicine on 8 mules from 40 to 85 8 horses hand to begin taking at once upon glad tidings among those afflicted It At No 319 Main Street near with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ For Sale or Rent My dwelling from 40 to 7550 Diamond the first appearance of a cold oosts only 25o and 50o a bottle at house on Ann street State National Bank promises to bring that celebrated P H Carpenters drug store less of diseases o tf J T Buckley The country house known as the Dr Dickerson place on thtf BILLIARDS AND POOL Lawrenceburg pike just opposite ROBERT GORDON CHAS G PAYNE the Spout Spring belonging to Painter and Paperhanger Billiards and Pool the estate of the late Gen Scott Brown was destroyed by fire on FURNISHED ON Tte Club Main Stiect ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders Monday left at P Grays It was occupied at the The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium mid promptMattention Hardware Store willSlreceive Mar 3m Bowling Alleys attached time by Mr Church Vaughanwho CONFECTIONER lost nearly all his furniture There LAWYERS was no insurance upon either fOHN R TODD CHAS T RA Y house or contents and the loss is Manufacturing poem down with hirm next court about four thousand dollars The Attorney at Law Confectioner day fire started in the roof and is sup41 St Clair Street W H Posey Master CommisFrankfort Kentucky posed to have been caused by a Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream sioner of the Circuit Court made Water In season Cigars and Tobacco Office In the Hume Building The neighbors ami soda defective flue Near netforldge the following sales viz gathered in quickly and worked JVM CROMWELL DBUGS The Frankfort Brewery property f hard to save the contents but the was bid in bv Mr John W Rod Attorney at Law flames spread so rapidly that they W H AVERILL man for the Farmers Bank which Frankfort Kentucky Baking Business and Professional Directory Powder 4 kW Â¬ Â¬ 1 ij Â¬ u vfo Â¬ LAWN MOWERS 00 m IulElTS zw HARTSTEIH In M -- Â¬ M - P GRAY I Mi Â¬ iPM 1 -- JUST LOOK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HARTS N J fA SW 2 - 1 4 -- ii -- - - r - Hudson Humphries Cassell ST riaranarariararsaraarcaca rararar5arai5ararjanarcaraRariNrai3hnara RE AM MA m LIU l K BHI TIHW bX 05 We Mould impress upon you that we buy only of the best manufacturers and that our cloth Â¬ ing Is Better Fits Better m Wears Better Than the ordinary kind We call your special attention to our 10 1250 1350 1500 suits They are the best to be had for We are reliable the money dealers and never misrepresent Try us for a spring suit PdO C5 cnrsaFsancinacanaRiaEaEia Our success is due to the fact that we not only use the best ma terial but give the utmost care to every detail of construction It s our constant aim to make the best and that we succeed is proven by our large business both at home and from a distance Â¬ ih SPRING WOOLENS In the choicest and latest designs now ready for inspection Ml H Hudson HumphriesCassell Mr John Cornelius of Shelby Mrs W H Sneed left Thursday for county was in the city several days a visit to Louisville Mrs Geo P Berry spent Monday this week Capt Thos G Poore went to Rich- Â¬ in Louisville Mrs Loulie B Longmoor returned mond Thursday on business Miss Nellie Chinn is visiting friends Monday from a two weeks visit to Mrs J L Price left Thursday for a in Louisville Oynthiana visit to friends in Lexington Miss Katie Newman is visiting Miss Mr John G Orndorff of Russell MiB8 Beatrice Ready of Louisville Gorrigan in Louisville ville was in the city on business is the guest of her sister Mrs George Hon OA Board of Georgetown Wednesday Salender on St Clair street spent Monday in this city Messrs Geo H Alexander and A Mr W Lindsey Hale left Wednes- Â¬ Mr V L Clark spent Sunday in J Carroll of Louisville spent Sunday day for Mayfleld to attend the wed- Â¬ in this city Winchester with relatives ding of his brother Mr Nat Hale Mr Frank S Haff and son returned Mr J O Olore of Cincinnati is Mr Harry Campbell of Louisville Saturday from a visit to relatives in spent Saturday and Sunday in this visiting friends in this city Mrs Frank V- Gray left Wednesday Peru New York city the guest of his aunt Mrs J H Mrs R 0 Holland of Louisville is Williamson for a visit to friends in Louisville Hon W 0 Owens of Georgetown visiting her sister Mrs J L Rodman Mr Harry ODpnnell has nearly re- Â¬ was in the city Sunday and Monday on Shelby street covered from the effeots of bis recent Miss Eliza Singleton of Louisville fall and is able to be at his place of Mrs John H Stewart is visiting friends at Ohildsburg Fayette county is visiting Miss Bettie Keenon on business again Washington street Mrs Carroll Q Wright has returned Mrs Briscoe of Jefferson county Capt Jacob Swigert has recovered from Louisville where she has been is visiting Mrs JeBse Williams in this from hiB recent spell of illness and under the care of a physician much city is able to be out again improved in health Mrs O R Crutcher and Mrs J W Mrs William Addams of Oyn Â¬ Col 0 E Hoge and family leave Crutoher were in Louisville this thiana is visiting Mrs L B Long to day for Little Rook Arkansas week moor on Second street to be present at the marriage of Squire Pat McDonald returned Mrs John F Davis of Louisville French Hoge to Miss Wright Tuesday evening from a trip to New is visiting her daughter Mrs Grant Miss Eva Hoge left Tuesday morn York Green jr on Third street ing for Little Rock Ark to attend Hon Albert Charlton of LouisMrs W L Cannon of Midway is the wedding of her brother Mr S ville spent a few hours in this city on visiting her father Mr Hiram Berry Frenah Hoge to Miss May Wright Sunday on Main street South Side Mr Thomas P Wiard who has Hon J 0 Poston of Louisville Miss Mamie Thompson of Mt been running as express messenger spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Sterling is the guest of Miss Hocker on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad the city Hazelrigg on Third street for some time is at homo on a visit Col Ohas E Hoge and Capt W P Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake and to relatives Dandridge left Monday for a trip to daughters Misses Fannie and Bessie Mrs F W Keyes who has been visj Chicago spent Tuesday in Louisville iting relatives in this oity left Satur Â¬ Mr S A Norman left Wednesday Â¬ Mrs Joseph day afternoon for a trip to St Joseph Wednesday fromH Lewis returned land afternoon for her home in Ash a visit to her sister accompanied by little MIsb Missouri PERSONAL - Â¬ Â¬ fit I Aubyn Chinn Mrs Gov Brown who has been in Louisville for several days returned Tuesday accompanied by her daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Susan who has been quite sick in that city Mr Hiram Berry wifo and grand Â¬ daughter Miss Nellie Orbison re- Â¬ turned Wednesday morning from Ashevllle North Carolina where they have been sojourning for the past voters two months Louisville Mrs Carrie Jett and daughter MIsb x Mr John Stephens returned withx Miss Jennie Gaines left on Tuosday Belle Giltner left yesterday for a visit his family from KansaB City Mis Â¬ for a ten days visit to relatives in to relatives in Lexington andFayotte souri on Thursday They left here county Louisville about two months ago to make their Mr Albert H McOluro came home Mr William Luorly who has been home in that oity but finding busi Â¬ fWm anlinnl nt flnntrA rinllAcro Don a resident of this county for the past ness fiat and being unable to secure e ville on Monday for a few days visit three years leaves to day for Louis Â¬ lemployment Mr Stephens concluded to his parents ville to reside To return to his old home Todd Saffell returned from a visit to mends in Louisville on Saturday Mr J B Lewis of Versailles spent several days in this city the first of the week Mrs Jos L Rodman has been quite sick at her home on Shelby street this week Miss Alma Miles and Master Carroll Wright jr spent Saturday last in MIbs Mrs Wickliffe in Louisville Miss Ellen Brent of Covington who has been visiting Miss Mary Brent in this city returned home Monday Mr Henry Arnold of Ohipley Florida is visiting his parents Rev T N Arnold and wife near this city Hon E E Settle of Owenton can Â¬ didate for Congress was in the city Monday shaking hands with the friends at cards at the residence of Judge Gardner on Shelby street Wednesday evening1 Mrs Charles E Haff gave a novel street Mrs George Brice of Jefferson and delightful entertainment to a county who has beon visiting Mrs 1 number of her lady friends Thursday Jesse P Williams returned home afternoon A street car instead of carriages was made use of for a Thursday drive through and around the city Misses Anna and Mary Hale left yesterday for Mayfleld to atteend the and the merry party in mo vineÂ¬ wedding of their brother Mr Nat swiftly over the smooth rails the enHale which takes place on Wednes Â¬ tire length of the line a distance of more than five miles found the trip day a source of much enjoyment Upon Mrs Nannie Goin widow of the the return to the residence of Mrs late Captain Sanford Goin is very ill Half cake and roman punoh from at the Asylum in Lexington and little the magnificent Bohemian bowl and hopes of her recovery are enter- Â¬ glasses recently bought from S D tained Co were served to1 the Johnson Mrs Caswell Bennett and daugh Â¬ guests Those who availed thorn ter Miss Virginia went to Louisville selves of the invitation were Mrs yesterday for a visit of several days Caswell Bennett Mrs Sam D John Â¬ to Mrs R 0 Thompson on Fourth son Mrs Sallie Greenhow Mrs Avenue v Henry F Duncan Mrs James Heff ner Mrs James A Scott Mrs W H Society Notes Holt Mrs Sara B HolmoB Mrs Frank Richardson Mrs GM Adams Misb Kreer Entertained Jennie Miqs Marie Louise Kreer of Chica- Â¬ Misses Christine Reynolds Crittenden Fanny go who is the guest of Miss Mary Duvall Fanny Orbison Uray and Nellie Jillson High street was given a Mrs Caswell Bennett entertained social dance at Prof Grahams Acade- Â¬ at whist Thursday night the following my on Thursday evening The young men of Frankfort are so ladies and gentlemen Mr and Mrs D B Waloutt Mrs Sallie Greenhow famous for the excellence of the Â¬ Misses Kate Green and Rose entertainments they give that we den and Messrs Will Ely Critten Ed O mill f aotr ViA lanna tfrta Via Tra Leigh and Joe Rodman delightful that has been given here t hltt whIoh the ho8teB8 l8Welsh rare- excelled but certain we are that everybody in the art of preparing was the who was present can say with honesty special treat of the occasion that they never spent four hours d vy jmirimmcs more pleasantly nor did they ever crowd mnro UnnnAncr intn nn nntinl Postmaster at space of time The music was fur jus as follows Mankato Neb writes I have taken but one nished by Prof Graham and Mr paokage of your Dr Hales House Louis Harris and was excellently hold Tea and it is the first medioine nve found that has done mo any rendered The young ladies were all For 30 years I have been r dresses more cood unusually pretty their roubled wIth liver and kidney trou- than ordinarily beautiful and tasteful bles growing worse all the time For and the young men woro as gallant the last 10 years i nave not been able or and attentive as the feminine heart to do much as any work I feel dull though I not stir sleepy and could desire The young people who My bowels would not could oftener move participated in the dance were than once a week After taking one Misses Marie L Kreer Mary Jillson package I am much better and Have Sue Kavanaugb Tillye R Branoh now can take hold andVork Flora Wolfe Jennie Lee Raohael Fobr dyspepsia constipation alf liver Oromie Lyde Mangan Miss Mont- - and kidney troubles etc it has no-gomery and Messrs Owen Furr equal Only 25o and 50o a package Thos P Rogers Jno W Reading no ii uarpentbrs arug store a Earl Rogers MinuB Williams Sam Many Persons are broken Whitehead Todd Crutoher Bernard down from overwork or household cares Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the Graham Frank HodgOB and Albert system aids digestion removes excess of biler Klrtley ad cures malaria Get Uw genuine 1 1 Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington n spent yesterday in the city Mr John B Wilson and bride of Hartford are the guests of Prof McHenry Rhoads and wife on Third Miss Mercer and Miss Merrie Gillum entertained a number of It - N c NEW GOODS are constantly adding new goods to our line and now have ready for inspection a fine assortment of M H M H H M A SELBERT rarnnnrirsirieinarjaririaBannGararjaniaraRnRiania nn ncr WE H H M M M 0 H H M rn rn THE JEWELER rsi rsei U nriBarsnnnniacnnciriCirjanBipanBiaBaraBEinnriarariariEi J Wedding and Birthday Presents xasr FELJLUKIOKLT M M SEE OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF KY Sterling Silver and Extra Plated Ware r -- H H M M H Belt Buckles Hair Pins Hat Pins and Silver Novelties An Iiitcrestlnj Old Paper fV twenty nine As this month years ago was the period of many of the most important happenings in the history of the century it was with feelings greatly stirred hy the recollection of the excitement of the events narrated that Â¬ leader of the orchestra recogniz- Â¬ ed the assassin as J Wilkes Booth The playin progress at the thea- Â¬ tre was the American Cousin The President was removed to Mr Petersons home on Tenth street opposite the theatre where lTe died at 22 minutes past 7 oclock on April 15th Confederate Veterans In view of the coming re union at Birmingham Ala April 25th and 26th Genl J B Gordon General Commanding asks that the press of the country give its aid to the patriotic and benevolert objects of the organizition by publishing the date of the re union etc Business of the greatest importance will be transacted at this meeting looking to the preserva tion of historic records the care of disabled and needy veterans who once wore the gray the caie of the graves of the Confederate dead and other matters of moment Let no veteran and no friend of the veterans fail to lend his presence at Birmingham Crescent Route The Queen is assisting to make this occasion a successful one by putting in a low rate of One Fare for the Round Trip This when linked with the magnificent equipment and train service for which the road is noted makes it the most desirable line to Birmingham It is the shortest the quickest and has the finest trains from New Orleans Shreveport Vicksburg Jackson and Meridian ahd from Cincinnati Lexington and Chatta- Â¬ nooga Write to the undersigned or ask agents for full particulars W C Rineakson G P A Cincinnati O Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT -- CO Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO- - 101 AND 102 ANN Basement nf the Capital Hotel short time a New York Herald of Saturday April 15th 1865 which was found among a lot of old papers by James Coleman colored porter in Kicked and Bruised Major H T Stanton and his Mr Will Dorbey drove out to Ducker Station on business and just after they started to return the horse they were driving attempted to run away but Mr Dorsey who had the reins held him down when the animal began to kick The dashboard was kickedv to pieces Major Stanton was struck a glancing blow on the face and Mr Dorseys legs were severel cut just below the knees They finally succeeded in quieting the horse and got out of the buggy which they left at the statibn and came in on the 255 Mr Dorseys injuries were train so painful that had to be taken home in the omnibus son-in-laÂ¬ fiThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a the Auditors office at the State Â¬ Ei- K W h W K A H- Sfti sw I 5 H V Si1 jl tff r V House was read yesterday The column rules showed deep m turning and the head lines read as follows Assassination of Important The President Lincoln President shot at the theatre last evening Secretary Seward daggered in his bed but not mortally wounded Clarence and Frederick Seward badly hurt Escape of the assassins Intense excitement in Washington Scene at the death bed of Mr Lincoln0 J Wilkes Booth the the alleged assassin of the actor President Death of the Presi Â¬ Extra Further details of the dent great crime Additional dispatches from the Secretary of War What is known of the assassins The Rebels Jeff Davis at His latest appeal to his Danville He thinks the deluded followers fall of Richmond a blessing in disguise as it leaves the Rebel armies free to move from point to point He vainly promises to hold Lee and Virginia at all hazards his army supposed to be safe Breckinridge and the rest of Davis cabinet reach Danville The organ of Governor safely Vance of North Carolina advises submission of the Rebels o Presi Â¬ dent Lincolns terms Grant The execution of the The details of the surrender army taking position along the Lee in Richsouthside railroad Rosser and Fitzhugh Lee mond refuse to be surrendered by Gen Lee Names of some of the captured Rebel army and navy offi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ each Each guess must be accompanied by 1 to pay for one years subscription to the Weekly Courier Journal the best Demo- Â¬ cratic paper published The rainfall is scientifically measured to the hundredth part of an inch The heaviest rain fall in May during the past twenty years was seven inches and forty six hun- Â¬ dredths of an inch The lightest was one inch even The measure- Â¬ ments are made by the Government officials of the Weather Bureau at Louisville Sample copies of the paper with full particulars of the content will be sent free to any address Write at once as under no circumstances will any guesses be received after April 30th Address Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ EEMOVES w DANDRUFF AND OUEES Â¬ H Cleans the Scalp and Restores the Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale ECZEMA Â¬ Â¬ bj all Druggists Price 25c feb 10 ly Ji TRADEMARK Our betteV halves say they could not keep house withoutOhamberlaina Oough Remedy It is used in more than half the homes in Leeds Sims Bros Leeds Iowa This shows the esteem in which that remedy is held Cure for Headache where it has been sold for years and is well known Mothers have learned As a remedy for all forms of Head Â¬ there is nothing so good for colds croup and whooping cough that it ache Electric Bitters has proved to cures these ailments quickly and per Â¬ be the very best It effects a perma Â¬ manently and that it Is pleasant und nent cure and the most dreaded 25 and 50 habitual sick headaches yield to its safe for children to take We urge all who are cent bottles for sale by P H Car Â¬ influence afflicted to procure a bottle and give penter South Side druggist this remedy a fair trial In cases of 1 Bueklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped HandB Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Phil Carpenter 8 ly The Southern Baptist Conven Â¬ tion Â¬ Will be held at Dallas Texas May 11 to 15 1894 Large numbers of bap tists in all parts of the South are in Â¬ terested in the questions how to reach Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Dallas and what it will cost The Queen Orescent Route takes pleasure in announcing a low rate of Act on a new principle regulating One Fare for the Round Trip irom the liver stomach and bowels though points on its lino Dr the nerves A new discovery This route is the direct line from Miles Fills speedily cure biliousness the southeast Through sleeping cars bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ daily from Atlanta Birmingham tion Splendid for men women and Meridian Jackson andVIcksburg to children Smallest mildest surest Shreveport with direct connection at 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Shreveport for through trains to J W GaylesFrankfort Ky 45 ly Dallas Solid Vestibuled trains every Â¬ day in the year from Cincinnati Lex How Much Rain Will Fall ington and Chattanooga connect at Go to W J Scottows for Aro malt the great health drink habitual constipation Electric Bitters i8 6t cures by giving the needed tone to the bowels and few cases long resist rhe use of this medicine Try ft once Large bottles only 50 cents at P H 2 Carpenters drug store ine bcutn 500 students in attendance the past year Eleven Teachers Nashville Is the educa Â¬ tions center of toe South Cheap Board No vacation Knter any time Home Study Wo have recently prepared book on Book keeping hbprthand nnd Penmanship especially adapted to home btudy Send for our Free Illustrated 80 page catalogue and state your wants Ad Â¬ dress J F Dhauohon President- - Draughons Practical Business College and School of Short Â¬ hand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn N B We pay 5 cash for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenogni phera teachers etc rei orted to us provided w- - nil same Mention this paper when you write FniiruppVa hrnnrmothn1 nt tnnnhinKAk is equal to twelve weeks by the oui iiinii Positions guaranteed under certala conditions Best patronized Business College In 1 keeping P W i ought to be fat Give the a chance Give Thin Babies them Babies k The quick and direct route from Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphites and watch them grow Fat Chub by Healthy Bright Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived by Â¬ Â¬ Louisville to Arkansas and Texa v One hundred and flf ty miles SHORTESTTO LITTLE HOCK t And the jmlj route Birmingham and Meridian with through cars to Shreveport Trains vice On May 10th WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS through Cars will be run from Meridian Jackson and Vicksburg through to Dallas without change to accommodate delegates and visitors from these and inter Â¬ mediate points Let us have your name We will take pleasure in writing you full in formation as to the rate schedules selling dates etc from your point OhBB W Zell D P A Cincinnati 0 Lexington Ky was shot by an assassin who sud- Â¬ J S Leith T P A A Whedon P A Louisville Ky denly entered the box from behind E T Charlton DPA Chattanooga Tenn C The ball entered 8 W Ray T P TA A Birmingham Ala the President Birmingham Ala Johnson J Meridian Mies the back of the Presidents head J J Gray T A Vioksburg P A and penetrated nearly through the I Hardy A G AGPANew OrleansMisa La II H Garratt head The assassin leaped upon W C Uinearson G P A Cincinnati 0 the stage exhibited a dagger and For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ shouted the motto of Virginia Sic semper tyrannis The South ble BROWNS IRON BITTERS as avenged Laura Kccneand the cers The news which honified the nation then flashed across the wires at 1230 oclock that morning was substantially as follows That at 930 p m at Fords Theatre the President while sitting with Mrs Harris and Major Rathburn The weekly Courier Journal has from Louisyille make close connecstruck a popular note in its weather tion at Lexington with through ser Â¬ Â¬ If you are going to emigrate to A wonderful guessing contests amount of interest was taken in its offer of 1000 for the closest guesses to to the coldest day and Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is temperaturejluring February at Â¬ Substitutes the orIndigestionuse Louisville and much valuable ProMd by Scott A Bownt N Y All DrnfgUU CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE information was gathered by subThis No change of cars to scribers on the subject D PHLEEKIR J contest has just been decided there being twenty eight lucky Montgomery Mobile Memphis guessers The Weekly Courier and New Orleans Journal now makes another offer Physician and Surgeon on the same line For the closest For further Information address and residence Uoge guesses to the amount of rain that OfficeMuln streets up stairs Building St Clair and Mur SMm C P ATMORE G P will fall at Louisville during the T A month of May the Weekly LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Courier Journal will give 2 1000 This money will be divided into nineteen presents one of 500 TIIK ROOM RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY THE exe Â¬ work Is one of National two of 100 each two of 50 each finest business places In Bank It Applv to the the city four of 25 each and ten of 10 Mar 31 4t SAFETY TRUST VAULT JC0 offtce f I FOR RENT neatly Job cuted at this h V 4 t CLOCKS Have just received a new invoice of 8 c3ock s day solid walnut clocks that go at 250 CLOCKS i - 300 and 350 A little change now goes a long ways at W L CoTOfiSMTTHs tt 41-- JEWELM as I 4fr 227 St Cwjr Street v 4 The best and individual attention Riven to my repair department dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Knocked Down and Run 0cr I m j i to Is Mr John Siler an aged German Entered at the post offlce atFmnkfortKentucky ns second class mailable matter citizen was crossing Main street GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub Sunday morning when a lad driv Â¬ ing a buggy ran nto and knocked FRANKFORT APRIL 7 1894 him down Fortunately he fell in such a manner that neither the Very Popular horse struck him with hii feet or The electric cars have been the wheels passed over him but doing a good business since they he was considerably shaken up started and every pretty afternoon and his clothing somewhat the cars have been well filled On soiled by his tumble He was they were taken into Holmes Sunday afternoon Hallorans crowed so that standing room was drug store and cleaned up and x hard to get and a great many peo- after a rest went on to church ple who wanted to ride could not feeling none the worse for the get on the cars The rush was so accident great that the freight motor had to Take a Free Hide be brought out and utilized to accommodate the travel Twenty People living on the Leestown five hundred and thirty six fares pike should take notice and go to A were collected on that day and a jas Heeneys for groceries is thrown in with large number of children made street car ticket Aigus one or more trips who were too a purchase young to pay It looks now like Two little negro boys walked from the road will prove a paying in- Â¬ Leestown over to Mr Heeneys Cf grocery on the corner of Second vestment to the projectors course the rush will not be so and Shelby streets last week after Arm Broken great on Sundays hereafter as it is seeing the above notice and want Little Maurice Divis son of a new thing and everyone wanted ed five cents worth of candv each to try it once but the regular witlv the street car tickets thrown Mr I Davis was playing ball with some playmates in the yard travel will improve steadily and in of the Capital Hotel Tuesday the company will be prepared to Heart Disease Curable afternoon when in running he handle large crowds hereafter as may b stumbled forward and throwing this The truth they will utilize the old mule cars doubted by ofmany atatement but when Dr as trailers or purchase cars for the Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana out his right hand to save himself Hpeciallst claims that heart disease fell with his whole weight upon it purpose Is curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures breaking b uh bones of the fore The States May Come Back by his new heart cure it attracts the arm He was taken to the office attention of the millions suffering From the Cincinnati Enquirer of with short breath palpitation in eg of Dr E E Hume who reduced ular pulse winu in stomacn pain iu Saturday we learn that since the side or shoulder smothering spells the fracture which is known to c A dropsy Cincinnati Southern Railroad has fainting Greek Nebraska F Davis medical men as a green stick by using Silver been purchased by the C H four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart fracture and will soon be all right after D road there is a probability Oure was completely cured heart again twelve years suffering from that the United States Express disease This wonderful remedy ir told by J W Gayle Books free 5 The Complexion of a Chinese Gompany will supplant the Adams The States has A New Story of General Grant Is not ellower thin that of an unfortunate on the Southern Individual whoso liver complaint has assumed a thirty year contract with the tbe chronic form The eyeba Is ot In Blue and Gray for April assume u saffron nue there is dull the sufferer pain In tbe D td run over the H C Philadelphia appears a letter region of the orKtn uffecteil the tongue Is coated whole system and as the Q breath sour sick headaches usually but not from Mr Bryant S Parker form Â¬ nlways occur and there Is sometimes dizziness C has now become a part of u Mttlng posture on erly of a South Carolina regiment andarising from nre also attendants Constipation dyspepsia of this very that system it will also be emalways in which he relates the following common ailmentubcesses In Us nrcravutlnii form of the liver which are lUble to breed If the braced in the contract Stomach Bitters characteristic of the very dangerous it llostetters the troubles comincident wholly eradicates as well as States does come back to the pile ited with It and which It originates In cumotaint which always yields Siuthern it will very likely re great Generals quiet kindness of chills and fever athe liver Is cerlouely Involved to the Bitters heart This line alterative tonic removes costlveness open its office in this city as it and Indigestion rheumatic nervous and kidney In one hard fought battle in trouble and debility was doing a good business here Virginia in which my regiment and in case it fails to gain an en- lost heavily in killed and wounded Another Country Fire trance over the Midland a wagon I was taken prisoner with a lot of Wash The barn of Mr may be put on between here and others of my regiment We were placed under guard at the rear Crytcher near Jetts Station was Georgetown and all were searched I had in my destroyed by fire about 8 oclock Chrysuiitliemum Sliow for Am- - pocketbook my Masonic deojit Sunday night It contained three utuers Next morning the guard came and reapers two mowers a new told me I was wanted at General The teachers 0 the Industrial Grants headquarters I thought thresher a clover huller and large School of Frankfort propose to my time to die had surely come lot of plows and other farming have for the benefit of that charity and that I would not see Sallie impliments all of which were deI was stroyed a chrysanthemum show in the and the childien any more The loss on the barn sure the General was going tc and machinery is latter part of October next pro have me shot about four I was the only Â¬ viding sufficient interest is mani- one of our boys who was wanted thousand dollars with no insur fested to justify it and with that at the headquarters and the ance the policy having expired I only a few weeks ago end in view all amateur flower guard told me to move on soon reached the tent and was growers of this vicinity who are Use Aromalt the great health told to go inside I Was frightened willing to compete are asked to almost to death My teeth rattled drink 28 6t send their names to Mrs Sam D Johnson or Miss Fanny Crittenden Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Pairs between this time and the first of A number of prizes will June be offered which will be an Neigh- nounced in a short time boring counties are expected and invited to participate House and JJot Sold 1 Â¬ Â¬ my knees shook and the perspira- Â¬ tion was streaming from my face although the day was cold How ever I entered and the tent was closed and I was alone with the OLD FRANKFORT KY commander 3n chief of the United Now is the time to plant- He saw that I was States forces so frightened I could hardly speak and arising from his camp stool G-a-rd- en he shook hands with me and asked He was so kind me to be seated We have a new and complete stock of I soon felt at home and good that After talking pleasantly for a while he asked me to what regiOn hand and will ask you to give us a call ment I belonged and where my He then picked up home was C L 1AYLE W McKEE HARDIE my demit from a table and asked Tan21 1 me if it was mine 1 replied that it was He then asked me if I was a- Mason and I soon con4 He then vinced him of that went to a table and wrote my parole gave me some money and told me to go home to Sallie and The guard wis the children called and with a hearty goodI departed from General bye Grants headquarters the happiest General Grant man in the army fine gentleman was a mighty whom I always remember in my prayers W McKEE HARDIE STAND -- s HALLS iiBa iU Q w La A N O RRTH S a n - Â¬ JOE T STATENJ CO Â¬ I Have purchased the entire stock of Â¬ FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Â¬ facturing Co Prices OUT Prom 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT J JbJ OHEVAL Come now an61 1500 1800 1 4 5 look we have 100 Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months 226 ANN STREET uk AAAAAAAAAAXAAAAAAAAAJ 4 in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Black ScHursey DEALERS IN Â¬ FINE HRRHESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND Â¬ mar 10 3m 232 TO TTIfcT STKBET - Â¬ YOU WANTBT I3ST -- THIS OFFER greatly OIT Co Messrs L B Marshall sold on Wednesday for Mrs Carrie Jett her house and lot on Cross street to Mrs Mary E Pryor for seventeen hundred dollars S tJfit The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Used in Millions of Homes AprlUMjr m PRICES -- Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer at Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas the assortment is unbroken REDUGED TPEIQES SON I t No Ammonia No Alum 40 Years the Standard R ROGERS Vit- KwA VZ 5 I 1 nannrarcaisrinnrjieircnniarcarnKCTrca ran rca na iyehiclesiPaHTNG rsHRnniiisacargnRariawanawnBaisaraRnrsanaRn We make all kinds of nariacananarananananananacacanararianariacanananaranarananarinrinnannrsn ca na I 0 I REPA II naitjujcaurJuuutaLuiiiiiaitjijiraijtj ua p Of all kinds of Yehieles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and B COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern y appliances for doing the work in first class manner Send in your work Terms very reasonable na ca na 12 El na ua na uu na nanaBanacanaBacaBaEaranaBarsaBasnraRa iaauuuamaizacaiyucaLiaQQiciJiuiauuuacacuuucci ufj WE SELL AT LOW PRICES J KlwmwJ f mriariarjanacaRananaBacnracaBanariarjana CEiirJUiJtJcauiJksucjtgEatijuuayauLja na SS R THE KENTUCKY IMPLEMENTS AND EXTRAS FOR SAME BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS 1 Binders Rakes Ba gg na nn ua na uu nn uu na ua FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY 3 nananaEacarananananaBaBacaBanaBananB uauatacatracatiaEaiaucacatauacacaEutiaua na na ua BUY OP US ud na na na WOT na ua t na STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE ca r- - nBBaBBnanariaBananaraaoaBaBaBaBaGnBananananaBarafwirtir3in7innrir3irii5i uucuEacuEaEaBaEaEacaEaEUEauaEaEaEauaEaEaEauaEaEaEaEavaaEaEaEaEaea FRANKFORT FRANKFORT I u uu rirmrirnriTirirsTtrTiKair nrnrrirTinjinanptBanBBararjaBaBaBanBBaBaBaraBanaBanS eu EjEaEaEaEjuaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEa ta I aa x THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS KOUNMBOUT APRIL 7 Spend Your Outing on the Great Lukes Visit picturesque Mackinac Is- Â¬ land It will only cost you about 1250 from Detroit S15 from Toledo S18 from Cleveland for the round trip including meals and berths Avoid the heat and C dust by traveling on the D floating palaces The attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region are unsurpassed The island itself is a grand romantic spot its cli- Â¬ Two mate most invigorating new steel passenger steamers have just been built for the upper lake route costing 300000 each They are equipped with every modern convenience annunciators bath rooms etc illuminated throughout by electricity and are guaran- Â¬ teed to be the grandest largest and safest steamers on fresh water These steamers favorably com- Â¬ pare with thegreat ocean liners in construction and speed Four trips per week between Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Daily Marquette and Duluth between Cleveland and Put in Bay The cabins parlors and staterooms of these steamers are designed for the complete entertainment of humanity under home conditions the palatial equipinent the luxury of the appointments makes travel ing on these steamers thoroughly enjoyable Send for illustrated Address descriptive pamphlet T A A A Schantz G P Â¬ 1894 KENTUCKY TOBACCO Kentucky Midland Ry Shorten and rjulekeit between Robert T Jlurdette CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT The Worlds Greatest Humorist is coming to give Fmnkfort her greatest opportunity for the great Mr Burdette est amount of fun has a reputation among the peoÂ¬ Kl Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with Only direct line between Frankfort horgitofn month and and Parit Par liili Hayirilla Cyitbiiw Fal Corington KY He holds his ple of two nations audience spellbound for two hours at a time and after lecturing once in a place he never lacks a packed He now house on a second visit lectures before many audiences at least once every year He comes here under the auspices of the ladies of the Baptist Church and will appear at the court house on the evening of the 1 6th inst Get your ticket at Barretts and enjoy this literary treat Â¬ rOB TICKITS TU note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order nun dun cemilsiuun tie 18K MIDLAND By G - HMNNBN L- TIMS TABLE AFB I 1 1H l A m 1 p 11 TRAINS S AST I No No 8 AM 48U ir No T THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE Lt Frankfort LT A Summit Lt Elkhom LTSwltzer Lr Stamping Ground 700 716 711 718 734 7U8 420 440 4 61 Lt DavaU Lt Johnson Lt Georgetown Lt C S Depot Lt Newtown Lt CentreTlile Lt JMz tbetn Ar Paris Lt Parli Ar Elizabeth B 740 765 816 8JU 746 468 6 04 612 6tl9 643 100 110 136 140 200 21 220 23ft ai 630 6 31 Cars to the Circus DeclG ly Forepaughs great circus will SAPOLIO MONROE 0 No 2 C asu IA Ml I TRAINS WK ST uxip No 4 No 8 No12 pk I 6t5 300 320 336 346 400 440 605 6S1 510 9 0S visit this city on the iath of May its first visit since it required a company of malitia ordered out by the Governor to hold in check the mayor and police force who were trying to prevent it being unloaded in the streets some twelve years ago and will exhibit on Murrays lot near the Sulphur Well so that persons wishing to see the show can ride down and D back on the street cars THE PATENT Stoneware LINED AND- - lonnson ir nnrfill Ar Stamping Ground Ar anuzer Ar Etknorn ArRnmmli A Ar Frankfort Ar I Ar Newtown Ar c s Depot Ar Georgetown Arfintirvlllft 915 940 B 920 928 10 37 606 615 619 641 4f6 747 67 a00 aiO aso aeo 905 915 I noo 1110 1117 1123 1130 1147 1163 6 51 6 67 7 03 645 713 720 726 736 I J6 A B C connect with L connects wltli Q connects with K ac C N and LS SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 900 a m Arr Georgetown 10CO a m LTe Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort lisu u m The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ C Detroit Mich Chung of Time 4 A new time card went into effect on the Kentucky Midland Sunday under which the time from ened train does hereto Georgetown is short- Â¬ three minutes the afternoon which left here at 4 oclock and his wife were both sick in bed Those who never read the adver tisementB in their newspapers miss more than they presume Jonutcan Kension of Bolan Worth Co Iowa who had beon troubled with rheuma tism in his back arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about how a prominent German citizen of Ft Madison had been cured Ho procured the same medicine and to use It cured mo right bis own words A neighbor He also says up Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZtfL G D BKR0AW City Ticket Agent Agt Gen V GEOB HARPER Gen Supt 1 1 Tfie HiasKa Chesapeake HEW YORK TON Ohio Ry WASEIU Â¬ PHILADELPHIA B0S10K and all Eastern Ciies not leave until 420 the morning train which arrived here at 1210 now gets jn at 1 130 and the evening train which came in at 730 does not now arrive untjl 735 Will Cut Them Up I T Wednesday Hon West purchased from Asher Bros four thousand sawlogs which are now lying in the boom a mile Mr West wil above this city bring them down to this city start up the mill of Mr J M Wakefield which has been idle for some time and cut them up into lumber Their boy was with rheumatism over to my house and said they were I so bad he had to do the cooking told him of Onamberlains Pain Balm and how it had cured me he got a bottle and it cured thorn up in a week 50 cents bottles for sale by P H Carpenter South Side druggist Anyone wishing a supply of red cedar posts will do well by calling on John C Quire near Old Crow Distillery Wood- Â¬ ford county 31 im CfcDAR koal Filled Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Tpnecardln effect Not 1st 1892 Lve Lexington 7 16 a m Atlanta Express No 22 dally Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m 616 pm Vestlbuled Express No24 daily Mt Sterling Accom No28dallyex Sun 530 p m WEST BOUND KA8T BOUND Refrigerators FOR Posts SALE BY On To Jjcxingtoii On April 9th to nth inclusive N R R will sell round the L at trip tickets to Lexington Ky one and a third fare good to return until April 12th on account of Music Festival H B Logsdon F 17 without change No Bus transfers G Lexington Accom No 27 daily ex Sun 8 KM a m 1245 p M Louisville Express No 21 dally Lexlnuton AcconvaNo 25dallyexSun4 15 p M 615pm Vestlbuled Expfesl No 23 dally Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York W BARNEY Jb ULLER Genl Pass Agt D Arr Lexington l II W P A Lexington Kfr C B RYAN 109 23 90 WHAT D0E5 IT MEAN Washington D C Asst Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati L N TIME TABLE e is now t WEST The following time sfteot upon the L fc N n TBAINB m The Evolution Of medicinal agents of gradually nlfl time herbs raLrrnflnrr tll pills draughts and vegetable ex- tracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative Syrup of To get the true remedy Figs see that it is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only For sale by all leading druggists Agent To G A It Eneumpment U mrana that thaQuten and Creutnt RnuU la IT mllta ahorttat Ictwcm Cimlnnutt ami Lexington 3 mile uliorleit Cincinnati to Bir Â¬ mingham 0 mile tlirrtcat Cincinnati tn N vw Orleans m uilloa ahorteat Cincinnati to Chattauooga Atlanta or JukaonvilU Florida Ko2SleavesFrnnkfort No 17 leaves No 21 leaves No lOleavey Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort TBAINB 5fi0 am 960 a in 255 p 735 p tn 1020 a m 453 p m 735 p m 8 55 p mi SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS 1 EAT tickets to Bowling Green Ky at one fare good to return until April I5fh on account of the State Encampment G A R H B Logsdon On April 10th andiiththe L N R R will sell round trip Through Can to Vlclutmrjt ami ShwTe port Uulr lino running through lara Cincinnati to Knoxvillo anj Aiheillte N 0 Direct Una tu Teiaa and Mexico via New Orleans or via Hhrevcport Alk agenta about toura to California From Ioulirllle Rhclhjrvillo and Lawrtncaburr direit connection ia jnauo at Lexington with VMtibuleJ train to all point Soutli VT C JUNEARSON A jent Cincinnati O Ocnl etvt een nil of the aboie polnti No 18 leaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort laur No 24 arrives Frankfort No 22 1 eaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Agent d and passengers for Ohristiausburg for Lexington and points beyond Nob 23 17 and 21 oonneot at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 oonneot at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch I MtL L - BROTHERS MASTIN - 8 JWWpp i I R- - Ptt - nJHMHBBIlHS the agency ami will keep in stack 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 Avory 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 ooimiie ah jsz-a-ihstj- ei stock W A MASTIN BROTHERS RELIGIOUS Matrimonial I Dentils LSli MARSHALL GAINES M Christian Church -- Rev George Darsie returned from Lexington yes tesday morning and will preach a8 usual to morrow at 11 and 730 oclock Night subject How to Understand the Bible Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Â¬ Catholic Church Rev Father Donley of Louisville will conduct the usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p ra The usual services to morrow will be conducted by Rev R L McCready the rector Preaching at 11 and 730 Rev J McOlusky Blayney D will occupy his pulpit to morrow 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society Christian Endeavor will meet in Lecture Room at 645 p m You Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Church D at of the are G Â¬ Cards have been received in tlvs city announcing the marriage cf Miss Marr Abbett only daughter of of Ex Gov Leon Abbett Jersey City N J to Mr Andrew J Post jr which will take place at St Mathews Church Jersey City on Wednesday the eleventh inst Miss Abbett is a niece of the late W Rev McD Abbett of Bellepoint The following invitation has been received Mr and Mrs W Fulton Wright request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter May Fulton to Mr Stephen French Hoge Wednesday evening April eleventh at eight oclock Christ Church Little Rock Arkansas invited Henderson the pastor will preach toIn morrow morning at 11 oclock the evening at 730 Rev W O Taylor will deliver the discourse Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Ohuroh Rev H B Rev W -school Taylor will preach at 11 Sundayoclock- - No evening service O Southern Presbyterian Church at 930 Baptist Sunday school at No night service 3 p m m i gins a protracted meeting at the Christian Church in this city a week from Monday night The public will be interested to hear this strong and eloquent evangelist Protracted Meeting Rev I J Spencer of LouiBVille be Â¬ A Successful Meeting The revival services held by Rev George Darsie with the Main street Church Lexington closed Thursday night after a continuance of eighteen days Large crowds were in nightly attendance and a growing interest was manifest to the close There were six additions the last night and some thing over sixty in all more than Mr fifty of them being conversions Darsie speaks in enthusiastic terms of the hospitality of the Lexington Â¬ people Coming Here To duy Nelsons class in Techfrom the State College Lexington are coming down here this morning to test the street car line and will be treated to the novel sight during their visit of an electric motor pulling a train of freighters over the track The young gentlemen will be pleasantly entertained by the officials of the road during their stay Prof nology Â¬ Iceland Mr William Ireland died at his home near the Forks of Elkhorn Wednesday afternoon after a lingering illness with con- Â¬ sumption May Mr W May died at his home in the Flat Creek neighbor- Â¬ hood on Saturday night and his funeral took place Monday McBride Mr John McBride died at his home in the Forks of Elkhorn Sunday after a long ill ness and the remains were buried at Graefenburg Shelby county Monday afternoon Sheets Mrs John Sheets died at the home of her husband near Peaks Mill on Wednesday of heart failure Mrs Ed Thomas Thomas died at her home near Farmdale 1894 on Monday after a brief illness The deceased with pneumonia Gratz Vaughan Mr H H was an aunt of Mr B T Farmer Gratz Editor of the Lexington of this cky Gazette W to be married at the residence of Mr Ben D Bell in Lexington on Tuesday the foth to Miss Sallie Lewis inst Vaughan daughter of Capt Jas A Vaughan formerly of Lexington The ceremony is to be performed by Rev T C Stack Run house Pastor of Cane Baptist Church in Fayette county of which Miss Vaughan is a memIt is to be a very auiet ber wedding Wood Lewis The marriage of Mr Houston Wood of Wood Both the method and results when this county and Miss Syrup of Figs ia taken it is pleasaut lake Eugenia Lewis daughter of Rev and refreshing to the taste and acts ou the yet Dr J M Lewis formerly of this gently and promptly cleanses Kidneys the sys Bowels Liver city but now of Greenville Miss tem effectually dispels colds head is announced to take place in May aches aud fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever proBirth duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in MissisBull In Greenville its action aud truly beneficial in its sippi on Wednesday April 4 effects prepared only from the most 1894 to Mr S C Bull jr and healthy and agreeable substances its wife a daughter Alice Archer many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Roberts On High View near popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c this city on Wednesday April 4 and 1 bottles by all leading drug 1894 to Mr E J Roberts of the gists Any reliable druggist who Roundabout office and wife a may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who daughter Josie Do not accept any wishes to try it Trimble Near the Forks of substitute Elkhorn on Thursday April 5th CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8AN FRANCISCO CAL 1894 to Mr South Trimble and Y NEW YORK NY L0UISVILLC wife a daughter Carrie Belle weight ii pounds Â¬ L B 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 5131 OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Life Insura no bought and sold FORRENT FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEVRN TWO STORY Cross street nar Conway This on Is very desirable property and will be rented at a and loans ap i d moderate price FOR SALE PLANTS grade of early cabbage and tomato plants Sweet potato pepper celery and other plants In season Plants are on sale by EllwangerBros James Heener and J M Banta I AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conway Thin proper Â¬ ty has a ery go id lot is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low llgure A 3ps FOR J3 RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM TWO STORY BRICK 14 acres of lund In Bridgeport This good property and Is offered at n bargain Is ale FINELY FORSALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with residence of brooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco aud stock barns beside all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new A i Ml FOR SALE 210 ACRES A FINE FARM OFfrom Frankfort a on u good cated 8 miles upon which there Is brick resiturnpike Lo- Â¬ aud in hrst class condition This farm has a quantity of 11 ne tobacco land and would also make a Hrst class stock farm It also has u young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit Â¬ Â¬ road dence of 5 rooms a tenoment of four rooms and nil other necessary Improvements This land Is In a high suite of cultivation the Improvements uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES are In fine condition and In order to make a EESIDENCE property has a lot G7 by 150 teet iiuIck sale will be offered at ti bargain and is well located FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR FARM OF A and other 60 ACRES ALE WITH 2 RESIDENCES COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Improvements two miles from Frankfort This property is all In AFRASIE street South Side This properly Is In would make an excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent It at miss and 16 per month Uarden farm necessary Â¬ Â¬ L R CHOATE B MARSHALL L H FINNELL CO THE Â¬ Â¬ Formerly of Wakefield Clioate Â¬ JOHN DRISOOLl LLANING HILL AND HOGSHEAD FACTORY- - Liquor A Merchant opposite State House Â¬ PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL and tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepnred to furnish SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS tJTAIR WORK FRAMES AND ALL KINDS OF full Hue of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 16 tf Guaranteed Cure We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted with a Cough Cold or any Lung Throat or Chest trouble Â¬ and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded We could not make this offer did we Typewrter for Sale A No not know that Dr Kings New Dis covery could be relied on It nevef 2 Caligraph Typewriter in excel- Â¬ disappoints Trial bottles free at lent condition is offered for sale Phil Oabpenthbb Drug Store 2 at a bargain Apply at this office Large size 50o and 100 Â¬ KOTE ITTATninTiTL WI COPYRIGHTS- t PATENT us well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one und a half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of publlo patronage Is solicited Finish For a House TifflkrBoiutoraWuil WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELL ON the stump or who want sawing done by the hundred had better call on R H Suter who has the best portable saw mills In Kentucky also ma- Â¬ chinery to manufacture the rough grades of timber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to move anywhere R H SUTER Dec 80 Sro PeakB Mill Ky choateITfinnell - Sept 2 ly CAN For a OBTAIN A opinion write to Rrompt answer and an honest nearly fifty years Ac CO who have had experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patents and bow to obÂ¬ tain tbem aent free Also a catalogue of median leal and scientific books sent free Patents taken through Mtura ft Co receive special notice in the Hclentlflc Atnerlcnn and tuna are brought widely before tho publlo with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far tho largest circulation of any sclenttOo work in tho world 83 a rear Sample copies sent free Building Edition monthly also a year Hlngle copies it A cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photographs of new bouses with plana enabling builders to sbow tho latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO WKW YOllK Orchard Lawn GARDEN shrubs and every thing usually found In u nursery We sell direct to the planter establishment and have no agents Catalogues on implication H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Fine Farm for Rent limits on the Georgetown pike containing acres large residence tobacco burn ana Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st lbM For particu Â¬ lars upply to FRANKCHINN July22 tf Frankfort Ky 266 FULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL grape vines asparagus small fruits DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY ttil BllOADWAT Mar 10 3m A U - I i wax wmiiylm V- ilr VI -- 7 i V r r I ZNVI T 13 WE 7lxiiQ tlxe37- cana gret tlxe benefit of oiir - w Prices tt n XjO-7- - If TO CALL AND PURCHASE What they need in our line Note a few of the items below en 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 PluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Circuit Court Court convened Monday and after the grand jury had beea charged by the Judge adjourned until Tuesday when the petit juries were on hand and the minor cases on the criminal The fol docket were taken up The Circuit lowing cases have been disposed E7 9 IYI A COLLINS Kentucky Opposite the Farmers Bank I K - of m m m 5KS iff n YM IP Cash Parker and Sallie Tieffer adultry fined Sio each teen Ford dynamite fishing discharged Mose Love colored shooting and wounding cleared but fined 2 and given ten days in jail for carrying concealed weapons John Phelps colored shooting and wounding with intent to kill fined 50 and and also given ten days in jail and fined 25 for carrying a concealed weapon Richard Richey shooting and wounding cleared C B Jennings and Julius Lus cher selling to minors dismissed Thursday the civil docket was taken up and the following cases Â¬ Mr J H McBride who has in declining health for been many months died at His home in this place last Sunday morning April 1st 1894 The remains ware interred in the cemetery at Graefenburg Winter visited us again last week in great fury damaging erly vegetables to a great extent Mrs Myrtie Goddard has been very ill during the past three weeks The house known as the Butler place was destroyed by fire Tuesday of last week The property belongs to MrW F Featheriton who had an insurance of 550 on same It was occupied by Mr Henry Penn and family as a resi- Â¬ dence whose loss was slight Mr Featherston will rebuild im- Â¬ mediately Miss Ura Kendall who has been attending school in our midst for several months past has re- Â¬ turned to her home in Union Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort Below will be found a list of adver tised letters for the week ending FALL WINTER or- STOCK April 7 1894 Neat Dr Buckens Miss Mary Newman Miss Helen Banks B L Bisher Mr Wal- - Neal Harvey Russell Mrs ter Green Benge Mr L S Robbins Reginald Breekingese Davis Chas Ellis Sil Elliods Wm Farmer Mrs C Robert Chesnult Chas G Ritter W H Sheay Allen Clark Frank BOOTS SHOES JIP- HATS CAPS Sherly Lonnie Sheets Kate Smith Miss Lav- - Eugenia Fellback G W Fields Henry Gordon Eddie Hunilley S S Howard Warner Ireland J P Kirby Edward Linton Mary Jane county advertised The weather having assumed a spring like appearance the farmers are pushing their work with a Â¬ McGehee A J Milds Mrs Kate Whitt James Minor Miss Mary Walker J O Miller Mrs R A Wilson Sam Yowell Wily Millor SpinBor When calling for these letters say S B Tinsley Miss Susie Vaughn M G Wright 0 H Walker T O Wilard E S Thickstun Ed E Thornton H W Stone Miss Nan- nie Sullven Miss One esta DLIRLIIE1 prices are right SONS Holmes P M will and energy commendable in all in Frankfort Circuit Court claims the attendance of several of our citizens this time Miss Mary Holton who has been very sick for several weeks past is improving Â¬ Painti fflefljaipg WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND PEN MBRCHANT 636 We have the best goods the largest stock and fla Moore verdict for plaintiff with 50 damages In the case of the Common- Â¬ wealth vs the bondsmen of J W Tate late State Treasurer Commissioner Posey made his report to the Court Thursday and ex- Â¬ ceptions to the report have been filed by the attorneys for both sides and the cases will be called and heard before the end of the The report shows present term that if the court rules a certain bondsmen con- Â¬ way that the cerned in these suits are in- Â¬ debted to the State in the sum of Â¬ tried Troy Wagon Works vs KenHarness Works tucky Buggy verdict for plaintiff R C Church vs Home Construction Co verdict for defen Mrs Maud McCarthy of Stamp dant ing Ground is visiting relatives in LeRoy Moore vs Nathaniel our town Â¬ Â¬ Paper hung In satisfaction guaranteed the latest style at the following prices 10 cents Side wall per bolt lOcenta Celling per bolt Mar 81 1 m Shelby street couth Side Courier Frioa ly We are glad to announce however that he is better now News Is a ten page eight coluiin Mr Wm Wilkeron who has paper It contains the best of Democratic going everything been in bad health for many years HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor has been very much worse recent- Â¬ gg gg 1 To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods Journal until you have looked Â¬ A Mr Lloyd Featherston and wife of Woodford county have returned home from a visit to relatives in our midst Â¬ address The WEEKLY C0URIER J0PRNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample copies of tne paper and four page Premium Supplement sent tree to any Write to er COURIER - JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY CO Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In many instances the attack may be Forks of Elkliom prevented by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms of the Providence Baptist Church had disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottles the roll of members called last for sale by P H Carpenter South All answered or were Side druggist Sunday m The grand jury which is an exceptionally good one is hard at It will be an agreeable surprise to work and will doubtless find a persons subject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt relief may large number of indictments be nad by takinpr Uhambe nams Â¬ 74000 Mr William Ireland died at his late residence near this place last THE Wednesday evening April 4 1894 after an illness of several months duration The funeral services AND THE was conducted by Rev E S Alderman after which the re- Â¬ WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL mains were conveyed to the will be sent one year to any address for 190 Address Frankfort cemetery and deposited GEO A LEWIS Frankfort Ky in the vault At our goods We know what you need have thegoods and will please you ROUNDABOUT R K R A MXLURE T J SON Wm -- wjRlzzje rxaiE White Ransdell Gaertner MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to accounted for except seven resiFor Sale Baptist principles were explained dence on Main or Rent My street opposite the by the deacons and Sunday Presbyterian Church schools by jthe Superintendent Mrs W B Rodman Buck Run will do likewise on Â¬ CHICAGO And all 1oints NORTH and WEST IM Green MEIMIUVtRTQ Ut II CO OT WAHEHOUSt v Sunday April 15th Dr T T Eaton editor of the Western Recorder Louisville will deliver a ltcture in Buck Runs meeting house on the evening of April 17th beginning at 730 Subject Our Poor oclock Admission Kin 25 cents children 10 cents The proceeds to be used for the spread of the gospel Mr Kennie formerly of Owen county has removed to our village with his family where they will re- Â¬ side Jte Found Near Brigeport a small sum Af money The owner can hear of same by paying for this notice IP V - Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Falaee Chair Gars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address S L Bryan C Well Hot a Cent It is to call your attention to the fact thut Dr Hales You will read this Household Ointment is the finest remedy in the world for general use It takes away pains at once For Hiver Tobacco grasi CD - - to Warehouse Frnpi LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Shelby villc Jan 20 tf WHITE RHLNSDELL MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS 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 Jas ters drug store k- P A W G Crush D Pi A GREEN RIVER HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Auction Sales Daily or Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge Baiter G P A Chicago ttSSrWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers 111 Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville h vi - 8 i - V SPRING CRUTCHERSTARKS OUR iinjrruinnnnnjinnjinnjiJxruiJinjuinruLruirLfirLrtj Hntp ARRAY g SPRING CRUTCHER STARK r jfi jrrinjiruijvinnjiJiJinniruTriruinnJtrirLriJinnnj CLOTHING K People must have Shoes and SHOES lis DISPLAY 25 i i m For every age and condition of man is now ready We are better prepared to throw out to the public solid bargains than ever before We do not say one thing and mean another We are not that Kind of a house If you want the proof come and see the goods HATS and FURNISHINGS w Cash Talks and Low Prices Speak Lower Than Words Qothingno matter how the times and LARS WORTH Thats the story in a nutshell Firm seasons may be Our solution of the problem is simply this A BIGGER AND BETTER DOL- Â¬ as a rock we propose to stand by you and protect you on PRICES AND QUALITIES Mens nl Boys Soils Â¬ Mm in mil Lais - Hats ant Far nislis Co best hats at S3 50 R Dunlap We show a great line of hats50 cents up to S5 Black and blue fine all wool Serges gioto gi8 Big lots Black Clay Diagonals A great dis10 to 25 play Fancy all wool Cheviots 8 to Si 5 Hundreds of All the latest Tan Shades All the latest shapes of toes Russia Calf Goat and Seal In fact all the very latest novelties for men and ladies them SEE 85 WINDOW SHIRTS SHIRTS tm rffl Childrens Suits Fancy Cheviots 2 50 to f6 Jerseys Blue and Black 225 to 5 Tricots and Clay Diagonals 56 to 10 In fact we show a more attractive line of boys and childrens suits than ever before Ladies and Misses Oxfords commence in price 65 cts cts Si up to 3 Our Mens and Boys commence in price Si up to 6 4 Si 50 S2 Less than cents were Si 50 Fancy Negligee that were 2 and S250 last season We have hundreds of them go at Si No other house can show such an immense line of White Pique Shirts Cluett Coon Cos make 75 See our job lots 25 cts a pair up to Si one half price SO Our great line of Sox cts up to 50 cts Handkerchiefs cts up to 75 cts 5 5 cts 10 locts cts 15 cts cts 25 All ladies evening slippers Bronze Grey Brown White Pink and Blue about one half price cts 7 cts 15 25 CRUTCHER Teachers Assoctaion Programme of the Franklin County Teachers Association to be held at the court house in fRlffiFORT ST ARKS as I1OUISVII1I1E TOBACCO MAR Â¬ i as church mice and as ignorant Frankfort 1 1 Saturday next April Scott The Improvement of School bouses Wm U Wheeler and Grounds by F M Shelton and J 0 Porter A prominent contractor and builder Music of Adams N Y was a great smoker Tiios Hunter tor years tie liked his cigar but did President not like the serious throat trouble Lucy Pattie that began to come upon him in the 0 H Parrent shape of a bunch or growth Ab he RH Graham expressed it he was afraid he was W M Wiley going to have a Grant throat At Vice Presidents this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it Duikers directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A few weeks of this treatment entirely killed Tobacco plants cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel Â¬ Very forward crops of wheat er states that it worked a most won- Â¬Â¬ derful cure in his case and that he re are damage by by the freeze gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 10th The little city of Jett looks century It cures all inflammation rather desolate since the fire 25c and 60c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ a There are still a few voters who ters drug store have the courage to swallow BreckOUT FLOWERS inridge with all his filth deceit and hypocracy E Power has a line lot Â¬ oclock 14th at Song Prayer by Kev Garret Reed Welcome Address by Frank Johnson Response by Miss Mary Hearn Song by Switzer Quartette Selection of Trustees by Q B Han- Â¬ cock and Thomas Hunter Song by the Parrent Bros Recitation by Miss Katie Juett Selection of Teachers by W H Par rent by special request Song by Class Recitation bj Earnest Parrent Reading by special request by J L bramless bedbugs assuming to be better than their social moral We and intellectual superiors may often see the four hundred the mediocrity and honest people of low degree sing and dance together but there always appears upon the scene some pig headed dude who has not sense enough to distinguish a lady or gentleman Such peo- Â¬ when he meets them ple possess sufficient exclusiveness to induce them to ignore the President of all the States and yet they would not object to a game of craps with a tramp KET FURNISHED BY OLOVEK DUKRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE NOTICE ESTATE ALL PERSONSlNDEBTPJ TO THEuotlnedito S L Thomasson are hereby come ronvHid and settle with me Immediately aiid all persons having claims uxalnst the esute wm prosenttliem to me vroml proven before the first day or June B VlONE April 7 2m AdmT S L Thompson DR W I KELLEY Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 4QS5hbds with receipts for the same period of 3727 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 55589 hhds SaieB oftnecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 57333 hhds Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will beat the PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY-i- Bulldofus Select or wrappery lugs 7 50 Common to medium leaf S 00 11 00 Medium to good leaf Qood to fine leaf 15 00 18 rne market Has undergone but little variation within the past ten days and closed again firm The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damaged 2 50rt3 50 tooacco Common Oolory trash 4 00 Medium to good colory 5 00 trash Common lugs not colory 4 00 6 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 1 H G MATTERS TKCE- - Saturady April 14 1892 l HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgfea operation an d wltli little or no pulii Pftigiiller 334 MAIN STRKKT 9 00 11 0C H McClure PnuikrortKj if J Uughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frunkfoit Ky A REFERENCES Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A scott Frankfort Ky Anthony LmicIi Frankfort Ky J T Stnten Prunkfort Ky V Borberlch Prunkfort M Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky W McKee 15 00 18 00 00 21 50 Deafness Cant Be Cured By local applications as they cannot If reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional WScan save you 60 remedies Deafness is caused by an per cent on every roll inflamed condition of the mucous of caper vou buy Rrtirl In crnts lining of the Eustachian Tube When age of samples tnmav nostfiirie on large packMatch borders and ceilings the tube gets inflamed you have a imperfect hearing The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO rambling sound or Incorporated and when Ik is entirely elosed deaf ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ 348 Fourth Ave LOXJISVUiUB XT flammation can be taken out and this 10 Jill Ill tube restored to its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine oases ont of ten are caused by catarrh whioh is nothing bat an in- Â¬ NOTICE flamed oondikion of the mucous sur Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases und the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 25 W Eight St Cincinnati O No local dealer can compete with us CONSULTATION FREE in variety or price Our new M f designs and coloringBure m m handsomer than ever before r FRANKFORT tf-tf K DR KELLEYS oftlceund residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Clnclnuutl una where he mar be found every day of euch week except SATUR Â¬ war Paper - J0 fk ira Kinley would be invited to speak selling for the present at in Frankfort in May is received 150 per dozen He has We with pleasure by everyone Carnations all Democrats and Republicans also vPansies II elioth ropes and other cut alike want to hear the great He has a line of high protection flowers champion Bring him right along and it will lot of plants also for the be a big day for Frankfort spring trade which will open in about ten days Mr W S Jones has removed April 5 tf his family to the Pisgah neighborThey will be missed by hood many friends here you weak indiworn out take and It is quite amusing to see viduals Jof doubtful origin poor BROWNS IRON BITTERS Â¬ The Roundauouts announcement that the Hon Wm Mc Â¬ and Undo of MareclialNIel Marmots whicli lie is face PiUNKioiir Kv Murch 12 18U4 We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by rnUIS Is to certify that llauneii 0nurse have ssolml partnership and that catarrh that e cannot cure by IsLto ilohsuiiiu all itelitH of the firm of L Uunneii Uunneii taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send foi Hursey mill all persons Indebted to said firm ore iodine nun i u iiannen oiroulars free W 8 HUJJiEY Mur 17 lm J L IIA2TNKX Lost A silver change purse engraved E H T between the residences of Mrs E M Thomas and Dr Ely Reward given if same be left at 228 Washington street 30 3t - ceoa F Posts I have for sale 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold - If Â¬ all feel For Sale One automatic Wilcox Gibbs sewing machineon very reasonable terms Machine in good repair Apply at 227 Thiid street South Side 2000 A No Â¬ Sept 23 tf Vh00S exe- Â¬ - Job work neatly Feb 2 tf cuted at this office iMfcftJ Wfi lUrtS tftl Ir