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Attftt I ME IrBfxtv III The GEO A Frankfort A ROUNDAMJT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 36 M kv Mi lllik HiT VOL XVII II i FRANKFORT tf KY SATURDAY MAY 2 1894 r I g J Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report The Owens Meeting At the request of the Owens Club of this city Hon W C RfeJ Powder 4 ABSOLUTELY PURE Council Meetings F Tuesday May 8 1894 The Mayor and all the members of the council were present The minutes of the last meeting and approved Co of Ed Gaines exemption from tax for for their furniture facÂ¬ tory was referred to finance committee Petition of citizens of Logan street for a fire hydrant Referred to water were read Petition asking an five years Â¬ committee Officers reports for April re Â¬ ceived and ordered filed The finance committee reported in favor of a tax levy of gi40 of which amonnt 15 cents is to go for school tax The poll tax was placed at 150 The ordinance was adopted by a vote of 12 to o The sale of the lot on St Clair street at the end of the bridgeto Jno R Todd was confirmed by the council The fire committee reported that they had expended only 150 of the 300 appropriated to repair the fire alarm system and asked that they be allowed to have foundation of engine house repair- Â¬ ed On motion of Mr Miles they were instructed to have work Owens of Georgetown candidate for the Democratic nomination CHAS G PAYNE Congressman Billiards and Pool ifor from this district came to this city Tte Club Main Sheet on Monday and addressed that The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys attached body The speech was delivered at the Opera House and the build Â¬ CONFECTIONER ing was filled with an immense JOHN R TODD crowd many of the audience Manufacturing a fine for cruelty to animals was being ladies Mr Owens only Confectioner adopted spoke for about thirty five minutes The regular monthly accounts 41 St Clair Street but his hearers were delighted Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream were allowed nnd Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco Near new bridge The following gentlemen were with his remarks DRUGS named by the Mayor as the health Populist Nominees committee viz Pruett Crutcher W H AVERILL The Peoples Party of the Fourth Utterback and Marshall Druggist The council then adjourned un- Â¬ Magisterial District in Convention Main Street opp City Hall Monday nominated til Wednesday night when an assembled A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a Cigars and Tobacco specialty Prescriptions appeal meeting was held to allow the following candidates viz compounded at all hours Washington Sudduth Magis- Â¬ all who felt agrieved at their astrate CO NO IV R WILLIAMS sessments to be heard M L LeCompte Constable Druggists At the meeting Wednesday L Choate Chairman 314 Main Sheet night the Mayor and a full board Jeffrey Allison Secretary Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all were present as was a good hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles Dyspepsia sized crowd of property holders Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary FLOUR AND FEED whose grievances were listened to Dr Hales Household Tea will cure We have a great many testimo Â¬ REOCK DONALDSON patiently by the councilmen and it nials from people who say it has abso Â¬ after all had been heard it was lutely cured them It is pleasant to Flour Meal Feed and take and cost only 25o and 50o a Â¬ decided to meet in executive ses- package at P H Carpenters drug Country Produce b sion and settle the matters present- Â¬ store Fincel Block South Side Oysters Fish anl Game In season Choice ed Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Pickles and Preserves World Fair Highest Medal sad Diploma The ad valorum tax ordninance LIVERY was adopted making the rate MANGAN 140 for 1894 DARNELL Â¬ Baking Business and Professional Directory BILLtARD3 AND POOL ROBERT GORDON Painter and Paperhanger FURNISHED ON ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders left at M P Grays Hardware Store will receive prompt attention Mar 31 3m LAWYERS WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky claims nnd the negotiation of loans Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will nlso give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase and sale of real estate collection of rents W J CHINN fR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House NEWSDEALER Office second GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods PAINTERS 332 Main Street W B BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on ti hand Physicians Puzzled Many persons are unable to sleep on tneir left side Tno cause nas long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises from a diseased heart He has exÂ¬ amined and kept on record thousands of cases His New Heart Cure a wonderfcil remedy is sold at J VV HflRTSTEIN S Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this office t Lillis bid or repairs to workhouse Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Col says its on her were marvelous it being 590 and the lowest bid Elegant effects on heart disease free 4 book The report was adopted Exchanged Shots The same committee reported in favor of electing a workhouse Saturday night about 10 oclock keeper The report of the com- Â¬ the residents of Second street mittee was adopted and Mr B were startled by several pistol F Morrison was re elected shots which rang out upon the The petition of citizens on night air in quick succession from N the direction of Battle Alley and Broadwayasking that the L railroad be allowed to unload at first it was thought that another Forepaughs circus on said street murder had been committed in a was granted locality formerly noted for its A petition for extension of numerous fights and rows but has sewer on Mero street was urged by recently improved in its reputa- Â¬ Mr Pruett tion It turned out that Officer On motion of Mr Haly the James Glanton and Special Police matter was referred to City Engi Â¬ man West Stephenson had heard neer and t health committee of a negro crap game was being run council to be composed of 5 mem Â¬ in the brick yard of Messrs J W bers Co lying between the Gault The ordinance committee re- alley and the river and had unported an ordinance allowing the dertaken to capture the particistreet railway company to transfer pants but flushed their game and box cars over Murray and Second were fired upon by the fleeing streets in South Frankfort and to dusky gamblers The shots were haul freight in less than car load returned by the officers and they lots over said streets in their think they hit one of the negroes freight motor The loading and but have been unable to find him unloading to be done on a switch Stephenson got a ball through his and off of the street The matter clothes was referred to street committee The ordinance in relation to Worlds Columbian Exposition its additional arc lights had Will be of value to the world by second reading and was passed improvements in The ordinance defining the illustrating the mechanical arts and eminent duties of the collector and naming the will tell you that the the amount of his bond had its physicianS progress in medicinal agents has second reading and was adopted been of equal importance and as The report of the police com Â¬ a strengthening laxative that Syrup mittee recommending that Mr of Figs is far in advance of all F P Lewis be relieved from others Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ done The workhouse committee reto its ported in favor of receiving Mr Gaylesas aThousands testify Disease value cure for Heart As You Like It Reduction in prices for CASH to make L usiness move along on Lawn C2 The great variety of goods that you can Embroideries and Laces in all select from the newest things out in Black White and German Val Laces in all widths Cream The beautiful Irish Point Embroideries in all widths with inserting to match Everything in Hosiery for the littte folks and the big folks in Black Tan and Red Dress Trim in Cotton or lisle thread mings and Trimming Silks in every kind and style Chemisettes are the rage in all the eastern cities can show you a complete Have assqrtment in sizes and cotors added another new line Every lady wears Â¬ Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose The PLACE And all along down the line in HARDWARE The PRICE The TIME To save money on what you buy them M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT WRAPPERS In Calico Figured Lawn and Satteen they are pretty and well made and dont Muslin underwear for cost very much ladies can give you a complete outfit for very little money Youll be surprised at the cost of them Lace curtains as low as 50 cents a pair better ones are just as cheap in proportiou Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN FINE BED SPREADS The best you ever saw for Jioo Chenille Portietresand table covers a great variety of them in fact it matters not what you want you can always find at No 214 St Clair street next door to R K McClure Son HOPS anil SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND HAWSTE1H mar 10 Sm 232 iNrnsr sttoiejiox tE X R Hudso n Hump hries Cassell T Ml KM nmrinranri7rjiirinriarnr Vn 1 i I u MADE CLO m ifi 1111 m It TBILOFiIHG i H We Aumld impress upon you that we buy only if the best manufacturers and that our cloth ing Is Better Fits Better Â¬ Than the 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 i Wears Better hH ordinary kind We z 1JIED SUDDENLY Creek Our success is dun to the fact that we not only use the best ma terial but give the utmost care to every detail of conMructimu It is 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¬ i y SPRING WOOLENS In the choicest and latest designs now ready for inspection Hudson HumphriesCasse1 PERSONAL Dr J Lampton Price returned Sat Â¬ urday from a visit to St Louis Miss Mary Baker of Eminence is proving visiting Mrs J W Marksberry Miss Cora Darling of Carrollton Miss Nellie Murphy iefc Wednesday is visiting Miss Annie Steele on morning to visit friends in Lexing Â¬ Washington street ton Mrs P W keyes of Ashland who Mrs James M Todd is visiting her has been visiting relatives here re- Â¬ daughter Mrs R A Peter in Louis Â¬ turned home Thursday evening ville Mr V Kaltenbrun wife and grand Mr Henry Harlan of Louisville daughter Miss Freddie Weisenburgh was in the city several days this are visiting friends in Louisville and week 1 relatives in Winchester during his absence Mrs Lucy Markham who was par Â¬ Mr tially paralyzed two weeks ago is im- Â¬ The Freight Ordinance By reference to the Council Jns D Mooro Found Dead proceedings it will be seen that an on tlio Dank of Stoney ordinance was presented to the Council Tuesday night and laid over granting the Street Railway Company the right to move freight in cars over Second and Murray Should the company se- Â¬ stretts cure the privilege they propose to extend their line west on Second to the Boulevard road and thence N railroad in Belle to the L point so that cars can be loaded on the premises of the Hermitage Distillery or any other manufactur- Â¬ ing establishment along the line in South Frankfort and transferred N over the street line to the L railroad ready for shipment In less than car load lots they propose to transfer freight in their freight motor There is to be no transferring of freight from the cars to the freight motor in the street as some of the papers had it but all cars are to be unloaded and loaded on a switch and off of the streets Should the line be extended around the Boulevard to connect N it will likely be with the L carried on down into the streets of Bellepoint also which the citizens of that town are very anxious to have the company do Â¬ Â¬ i i Jeffersonville Prof E A Fellmer who has been Mrs E H Black of Stamping sometime during the morning was very ill for several weeks is improv- Â¬ Ground spent WednesdayandThurs seen by William and Howard ing slowly day with her daughter Mrs Helen Masters who live in the neighbor- Â¬ Mrs H B Logsdon returned Tues Â¬ McClure on Conway street day from a months visit to friends in Rev W 0 Taylor left Tuesday over hood to leave the pike where Junction Oity the Midland Railway to attend the Stoney Creek crosses it and go Capt J Newt Abraham formerly meeting of the Southern Baptist up the creek as they supposed to of this city is now U S Qauger in Convention at Dallas Texas Some time sein for minnows the Louisville district Mrs L C Kendall has been quite afterwards they too started up Mrs Loulie B Longmoor and son ill at the home of her brother Mr Mr Woodford Longmoor left Monday Q T Church on Main street for the creek in search of minnows to visit relatives in Cynthiana several weeks but is some better and crawfish and found Mr Mr R K McClure left Tuesday Mrs Robert W Tilford and daugh Â¬ Moore lying upon the bank of the morning to visit his sister Mrs ter arrived here Wednesday from creek dead He had evidently Winston at Weatherford Texas Greenville Mississippi to join Mr sat down upon a little mound to Mrs J C fcMorton and Miss Jennie Tilford and make this their future prepare to wade in the water as 0 Lewis spent Friday and Saturday home off when Swigert returned he had ne shoe and Capt Jacob of last week with relatives in Mid- Wednesday from a trip to St Louis found way Missouri rort Leavenworth Kansas Coroner Dehoney was notified Mrs Geo H Watson and daughter and Indianapolis Indiana much im Miss Nellie Orbison have been visit- - proved in health went out and held an inquest ing Mrs W L Cannon at Midway Mrs Wigglesworth of Durango Dr Miles was called as a witness Colorado and Mrs Con Petry of this week Shelbyville who have been visiting who gave it as his opinion from Master George Denson of Louis- Mr Jos H Cox and family returned an examination of the body that ville is visiting his uncle and aunt to Shelbyville Wednesday HuiTman on by some Mr and Mrs George Mr S French Hoge and bride who death vas produced Cross street have been spending their honeymoon affection of the heart and the parents near Mrs Maria Campbell and Mrs with his afternoon for this city left jury returned a verdict to that Tuesday their future Sarah McKee of Covington are vis home in Romeoville Illinois effect A Pestilence Breeder iting their sister Mrs N J Sawyier Mr Moore was about 75 years Mr J S Berryman and wife of on Broadway Louisville and Mr J W Berryman of age and leaves a wife and several There is a shallow stone sewer Mm William Cheatham who has and daughter Miss Theresa of VerÂ¬ grown children sailles were the guests of Mr W H running from the intersection of been visiting her sister Mrs James Posey and wife the first of the week Third and Main streets to the Rodman returned to her home in A Million Friends Louisville Monday main sewer on Cross which is 100000 People Die Rev E S Alderman of Woodlake A friend in need is a friend indeed scarcely covered with six inches loft Tuesday for Dallas Texas to at- - Annually in this country of con- - and not less than one million people of dirt and has several openings sumption Think of it One adults have found just such a friend in Dr ne 4 j i out 0f every six and yet in the early Kings New Discovery for Oonsump with no traps and the gas emitted Baptist Convention stages all pulmonary complaints may tion Coughs and Colds If you have Mr Frank Hodges loft Tuesday for be readily controlled by Dr Hales- never used this Great Cough Medi from it is becoming very offensive Household Oough Cure It is a cer- cine one trial will convince you that a u tn aubuu m Hubui taln remedr f0 r couhs and oolds it has wonderful ourativo powers in poisoning the atmosphere ol th e of Assistant Auditor of a railroad which it iciD to tnemseives bring on all diseases of Throat Chest and whole neighborhood There is pulmonary consumption Pleasant which runs into that city already one case of typhoid fever all that to or money Tho price Mr Vernon L Clark has returned is take Children like it 50 cents a do refundedis claimed bottles freewill jn right only 25 and Trial be at that section which was doubt from his trip to New York accompa bottle at P H Gakaenteks drug P H Carpenters drug store Large less caused by this sewer and as the b bottles 60c and 1 nied by his wife who went to visit store l j J Thursday morning Mr Jas D Moore who lived on Kentucky street in Bellepoint took his minnow bucket and sein and left home telling his wife that he was going to the country to assist a friend with his tobacco He went out the Stoney Creek pike and season advances more sickness will be produced by it unless prompt measures are taken to reme ly the evil It uaso finally intended to cairy uff surface water btr of late private sewers have bjen un into it un il it has bicmie a menace to the health of th it part of he city Dress Goods Special sale of colored Woolen Liber- Â¬ Dress Goods on Monday al discount for the above day only 36 it 5am D Johnson Co Millinery Special sale of trimmed Hats and Bonnets on Monday Big discount off for tiie above day only 36 it Sam D Johnson Co Einlnoldcr Muslins We have all he beautiful light shades and whit 01 tins stylish wash fabric Co Sm U Johnson 36 it sd Organdies Just nceiv d a heunirul lot of French Organdies 36 Â¬ it Sm D Iohnson Co Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair Â¬ DR vWCEi CREAM I I an0 BAKING t-- uf POWMR MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A pure Grape Cream Â¬ 1M 3 II mmmmmmmrmmimmrwnrnrwmmmm 1 M mtfnir T VMr CHES DIAMONDS SAG 4 5 fpNAW o P H O J 22 X O r O M 3 fl s g g X CD v o GO c i S 2 fees O S TtfM cc M Bnst Ball lmrsday afternoon Hill Park on the home nine and the between The Parkland of Louisville park was liardy in good condition for playin and the electric car line was not comphted to the ground al hough passengers were carried to the foot of the hill 1 A SELBERT Jeweler Frankfort Ky JuM The opening yame of the Hise attend Forepaughs 33all season win played at Thorn life at his home in Paris It seems he and his wife were preparing to fi sv Jh The fame was a disappoint ment to the home people but there is no reason for discourage ment The visitors were a strong- Â¬ Â¬ er lot of plajers than was antici- R iJAv pated and the lack of team practice by the home nine was Now that the clearly apparent park can be used for practice however a great improvement can be looked for in this respect Of the new men who came here Smith and Kelley were not considered good enough to put in the game Brown is Lew Brown of Lexington who is well known as a fine player Schwartz caught well but could not throw ti bases Unless he improves this will be a Maloney however fatal defect He made a favorable impression is in the game all the time and plays just as hard with a big lead against him as at any other time It is but fair to sty that many of him the hits iccorded against were of the scratch order while others wtre made after chances had been given to retiro the side In the third inning five errors were mide in succession without a single hit coming in between Curry pitched a splendid game for the visitors and was well sup ported the work of Cane at short In fact the being especially fine Parklands are a str ng hustling team and hard to beat at any time but we still think we can do them when the College contingent re- Â¬ turns home and our boys strike their regular gait The score follows x 9 Inning- sT 0 Frankfort Parkland 0 0 5 7 12 0 0 x 15 Batteries Maloney Schwartz and circus and she had left him alone in a room for a few moments when she heard a pistol shot and returning to the room found him lying upon the floor dead He had placed the pistol to his temple and sent a bullet through his brain No cause is known for the rash act Will Parker was a son of Mr Mike Parker of this city and was born and raised here He learned the printing art in the old Yeoman office and continued to work at the business until the publication of the paper was discontinued in 1 886 when he went to Paris where he began clerking in a store married a year or so after and had continued to make that place his home He leaves a number of relatives and friends here who regret to learn of his sad death THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS OUR for 2 SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Which we mail to any address postpaid Call and inspect our new line of STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents LeCompte Apr 14 Gayle Co LOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR N Â¬ South Side Dedication of Odd Temple at Cincinnati May 15th 3m 3i Struck by IJiglitiilng The residence of Col J KET Fellows Â¬ Â¬ Matrimonial Mr Wm H Edwards of Cincinnati and Miss Anna P Ledridge of this city will be married on Wednes- Â¬ day next the 16th inst i I Edwards Ledridge Gaines B y Gaines and Miss Mary B Tillett were married in this county on Monday Rosen uerg Rosenstein Mr Joseph Rosenberg and Miss Mary Rosenstein were marrred Sunday at the home of the brides father Mr Kaleb Rosenstein on Broad way Rabb H Feldt of Cincin nati officiating Â¬ Â¬ Tilltt Mr Robert pi i Thos Sutherland and Miss Mary Jenkins both of this county were married in this city on Monday Sutherland - Jenkins Mr Kentucky River Appropriation 12345078 0000002 02 4 Brown Ourry and Hood Hits Frankfort 4 Parkland 11 Errors Frankfort 10 Parkland Two Baso Hits Ourry Hood Home Run Miller Struck Out By Maloney 8 by Curry 10 ru lie Bases on Balls Off Maloney 3 off Ourry 1 Hit by Pitcher By Moloney 1 Stolen Basos Frankfort 8 Park Â¬ land 8 Left on Bases Frankfort 5 Park- - land 5 Umpire Richardson - Took His Own TjITc The sad news was received here Thursday evening to the effect that Mr W J Parker formerly of this city had taken his own We regret to learn from a letter of Col A S Berry to Judge L Hord of the failure of his amendthe Cream of Cod liver Oil ment to the River and Harbor and hypophosphltes It will bill increasing the appropriation give them strength and make for the Kentucky river from ioo their babies fat Physicians ooo to 200000 and placing the the world over endorse it work under contract to the amount of 1500000 In offer Dont bo deceived by Substitutes ing and contending for this amend- Â¬ rrepired by Scott it Bowna 24 Y All Draff lit ment Col Berry has shown his continued friendship and devotion A Card Ohio Ry Chesapeake Persons who sympathize with the to the interest of our people in a Having leased the property of manner they are not likely to for- Â¬ afflicted will rejoice with D E Oarr of 1235 Harrison street Kansas City the Capital Brewery Company I get He is an old sufferer from inflamma Â¬ Philadelphia Washing Â¬ He thinks that if Senators Lind tory rheumatism but has not hereto Â¬ have concluded to continue in ton BOSTON and all Eastern Giies say and Blackburn would make a fore been troubled in this climate operation only the ice machine Last winter he wont up into Wiscon- part of the plant I am prepared good and strong fight for this sin and in consequence haB had LOUISVILLE to deliver ice to the citizens of Shortest Line between EASTERN we another attack proposition in the Senate It oamo upon mo LEXINGTON and in manufactured might yet get it incorporated in again very acute and severe he said Frankfort POINTS My joints swelled and became in in any quantity dethe bill of the present session flamed sore to touch or almost to Frankfort and Time card In effect Nov 1st 1892 EAST BOUND He says that Messrs Grosvenor look at Upon the urgent request of sired and at the lowest possible Lve Lexington my mother in law I tried Chamber Â¬ price As my machine is a Frank- Â¬ Atlanta Express No 22 dully 7 15 a m of Ohio and Causey of Delaware Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 1140 a m reduco the employing only Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally whom many of us remember lains Pain Balm to pain and toswel Â¬ fort enterprise 6151 M my ling and ease the No 28 dally Frankfort people I respectfully Mt Sterling AccomWK3T BOUND ex Sun 530 p it as a part of the River and agreeable surprise it did both I Arr Lexington Harbor Committee who visited and have used three fifty cent bottles and ask a liberal share of the patro- Â¬ Lexington 8 00 a m finest thing i ccout No 21 daily inspected our river last fall beliovo it to be the and swellings forÂ¬ nage I will manufacture ice from Louisville Exuress No 27 dally ex Sun 12 45 p m ex rheumatism pains Lexington Accoin No 25 dally ex Sun 4 15 p m have shown themselves our friends tant For sale by Phil Carpenter pure distilled water Thanking Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 015 pm the citizens of Frankfort for their i Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars South Sido druggist on the proposition IllUUiill OlGClCia HUM lJUAIUtihUll tu XlCtT lUlk liberal patronage heretofore given without change We yet hope that an increase of rovit hack Aanrs Or you aro nil worn out really good for noth- - me and asking a continuance of No Bus transfers the 100000 appropriation may liifr It la Rcneral debility Try O W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky same I am respectfully be made at the present session of mtOWNS lltON JHTTK11S C B HYAN H W FULLER It will euro you cleimso your Ucr and glvo Cienl rasa Agt Asst ueni Iass Agt Congress a good appetite N I McDaniel tf Washington D C 35 Cincinnati Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DURRETT Crutcher in Bellepoint was struck FURNISHED BY GLOVERWAREHOUSE LOUISVILLE TOBACCO by lightning about one oclock Sales on our market for the week just closed Sunday afternoon The electric Lreceipts amount to 2819 hhds with for the same period of 2333 fluid first shattered one of the nnds sales on our market since Jan 70453 hhds Sales wooden ornaments which rise uary 1st amount to 011 our market to oftnecropof 1893 above the ridge on the left side of this date amount to 71184 hhds We Arm active the house and then being at- Â¬ markethave had a week and burley again this for 2250 per hundred was tracted by the sheet iron crown of tobacco realized this week for a hogshead of the ridge played all over the the 1893 crop burley being the highest metal parts of the roof finally price of the season The recent warm weather has had its effect on burley running to the ground by tne in soft condition a good many logsheads opening up of the soft and funked conditionthis week in gutters The wood work house was set on fire in several The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ places but was extinguished in a bacco 1893 crop short while the damage amount Â¬ Trash dark or damaged 3 50 2 50 tobacco ing to about 50 The family Common uolory trash 4 00 4 50 were all in or near the house at Medium to good colory 5 009 7 50 trash the time but luckily none of them Common lugs not colory 4 50fr 5 50 u ourj 7 50 uommon uoiorv lugs were hurt JHedium to good colory Mr John Cox also of Belk 7 50ff 10 00 lugs 12 0C 50 to medium point was taking in a bird cage at Common to good leaf leaf12S OOfo1 16 00 Medium 16 00 18 00 the same time and he was shocked Good to fine leaf 18 00 22 50 Select or wrappery by the electric fluid being spun m around like a top several times Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury but not being hurt The hail storm which followed As mercury will surely destroy smell and com the electric display was one of the the sense of the whole system pletely derange severest ever seen here for the when entering it through the mucous lurfaces Such articles should short time it lasted but was soon be used except on prescriptions never from succeeded by a steady rain that leputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good continued all the afternoon you can possibly derive ftom them Halls Catarrh Ouremanofacturedby P J Cheney Co Toledo O con Birth tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ and acts directly upon the Craig The wife of Ed Craig ternallyand mucous blood surfaces of the Senator Lindsays colored coach- system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get It man presented him with a bounc- Â¬ is taken internally the genuine in and made Co ing baby boy Thursday and Ed Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney aWSoldby Druggist price 7ft per named him Lindsay in honor cf bottle 4 his employer Â¬ Â¬ CresOn this occasion the Queen cent Route will sell tickets from sta tions in Kentucky at the reduced rate of one and one third fare for the round trip good to return May 17th Greatest parade the Queen City has ever witnessed Dedication of the finest Odd Fellows Temple in America The Queen Crescent Route occupies the larger part of the building for its general office A general holiday for the entire city Ample accommodations for all Dont fail to go Ask agents for particu Â¬ lars J S Leith T P A Lexington Ky W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio m fi VJ ni uWW No more profitable nor safe investment can be found than stock in the Commercial Building Asso- Â¬ ciation Â¬ 1 suflbring with weakness and emaciation who give little nourishment to babiesshould m otne take Scotts Emulsion mm m WW mrm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3 m ff if 1 4 i J t Wedding Presents NtCS aji rTHToniririiorcioyi LTJiiLaoL CloluyiVfj aB Birthday Presents T W L COPPERSMITHS TiaCEB FRANKFORT T n wm The best nnd individual attention given to my tepair department I dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected Wl - F t J 1 Sl T - m ife riJ when the people came to choo e able to prevail over their enemies their Representative again the Entered nt trie post ofllce at Frankfort Kentucky in the Council of Nations Man of the Silver Tongue was as second class mailable matter But still this people were under stripped of hi- honors and anoth r GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub the spell of the Man of the Silver man sent to the Capital of Natioi s Tongue and had no thought of in his stead FRANKFORT MAY 12 1894 When thou demandestthe charity rf taking their honprs from him others be thou careful that thou er-The Prodigal Son Revised though he forgot his own people temlest charity to those hat honestly LINED which had honored him condemn her and when thou playeU There was once a Man of the But it came to pass tlr t a cer- Â¬ the part of the prodigal son remember Silver Tongue who said unto his tain maiden of that country be- Â¬ thou must feed on the husks for many Give me of your honors people came enamored of the Man of the days before thou canst have the fall d AND and let me represent you in the calf killed for thee Silver Tongue when he was first Capital of Nations and when I HIT given of the honors of his people have made for you a great name There is more Catarrh in thiB and she sorely tempted him and 3u tion of the country than all other in the Council of Nations I will put Hi seduced him and compelled him to dseases yearstogether and until the last few it was supposed to be return unto you that you may do as she Slid and he was content in urable For a great many years approve of my works to do as she said and abode uootora pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by And the people were pleased with her ma iy days notwithstand Â¬ constantly failing to cure with local with the words of the Man of the treatment pronounced it incurable ing his family and his people knew Science lias proven catarrh to be a Silver Tongue and with one voice Charcoal constitutional disease and therefore it not requires constitutional treatment they declared that he should have But wher after many years the Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured of their honors and be their Reprey R J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio sentative in the Council of Nations Man of the Silver Tongue tired of 8 tlio only constitutional cure on the rlcot It acts directly upon And it came to pass that when thatmaden she went to the rue s mi blood nnd mucous surfaces of the Refrigerators lit the They offer one hundred Man of the Silver Tonsu was of the Capital of N itions and system the ilollnr3 for any case it fails to cure come to the Capital of Nations jdenounc d him before all people oentl for circulars and testimonials RY- FOR SAL Address th it he forgot the people who had and demanded that he be com F J CHENEY CO given him of their honors and pelled to pay her much money for Toledo 0 J sTDTSold by druggist 75c 7 yhen it was proposed n the Coun the time he had abode with her Lewis D Craig cil of Nations that the great river and for his failure to make her his or the country which had sent him wife and the scandal thereof was TILE BIG FOUR ROUTE very great to the Council should be made to And when the judges had con- Â¬ Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ bear to market Sthe fruits of the CH r3 ZjST OlsT ties at Chicago soil the Silver Tongue raised up sulted and heard all the facts th y his voice and declared unto the commanded the Man of the Stiver All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Council that his people were more Tongue to pay a reat sum of nis Central tracks alonr six miles of aww vvu AMJOJ picturesque portion of the lV and interested inthe triumph of De no- - money to that maiden citv K land passengers in the magnificent But the people of that country New Central Station on Twelfth street critic principles than in the wel disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ were exceeding wroth and de- Â¬ and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ Our V fare of their own country venient to the Auditorium Richelieu STERED FURNITURE And it wasfso that the money nounced the Man of the Silver Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ which the Council would have Tongue for the scandal which he in two blocks of the State and offer We will Wabash Street Cable Lines the gen for thebenefit of that coun- Â¬ had brought upon them he being South Side Elevated RailwayandCon greatly venient stops are also made at Hyde try was given to other countries their Representative in the Capital Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Did not of Nations for the Council said Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Representative the their own And when the Man of the Silver Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Man of the Silver Tongue say Tongue had denounced the judges Private Compartment Buffet Sleepc Come while Suits Rockets Fasy Chairs Sofas ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No that they did not need it which condemned him he took transfer across Cincinnati to make the assortment is unbroken And the Man of the Silver thought and said unto himself connections Your ticket should read via the Big Was not the fatted calf killed for Four Route to enjoy these privileges Tongue returned to his peope E Verily I will D OMcCormick Pass Traffic Mgr and when they demanded of him the prodigal son B Martin Genl Pass Tlct Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati 0 why he hadnot secured the money arise and go unto my people and which they needed to improve confess what I have done and They Want Names their great river he answered they will again give me of their I will ex- Â¬ honors them not but he said The Russell Art Publishing Co of 928 Arch street Philadelphia plain unto you But when he was come unto his it came to pass that when own country certain of the good desire the names and addresses of And a few people in every town who tie Man of the Silver Tongue men saw him afar off and they are interested in works of art and lifted up his voice and spake his pierced through his disguise and to secure them they offer to send people were charmed by his words knew that he was not truly re- free Cupid Guides the Boat a even as the bird is charmed by the pentant for they said Did the superbly executed water colored man in I will sell to lots serpent and when he told them prodigal son expect the fatted calf picture size 10 x 13 inches suit- Â¬ able for framing and sixteen inton on for 45 lime months how his words of silver had Verily he other pictures about the same size to be killed for him you a creased the fame of their elo- asked only for the crumbs which in colors to any one sending get a sample call quence among the nations and fell from the table and not to be them at once the names aifd ad dresses of ten persons admirers of how he had been complimented the ruler of the feast fine pictures for his as their Representative And they denounced the Man two cent stampstogether with six to cover expense matchless oratory that they were of the Silver Tongue and warned of mailing etc The r gular price pleased and approved of his acts their people against him of these pictures is 00 but they and again gave him of their But when he of the Silver can all be secured free by any per- Â¬ honors and chose him for their I Tongue was come and saw that son forwarding the names and stamps promptly Representative the good men pierced through his Note The editor of this paper Notwithstanding he did not disguise and received him not as has already received copies of press the claims of that country the prodigal was received he was above pictures and considers them in the Council of Nations really Gems of Art exceeding wroth And when it came to pass that And gathering together a great Buckleus Arnica Salve for the space of ten years the Man multitude at the city called the of the Silver Tongue had been Capital of the Bluegrass he stood The best salvo in the world for Cuts Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum given of the honors of his people up in their midst and forgetting Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands WHAT DOES IT MEAN and still he failed to obtain for how he himself was in need of Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup It mum thnt the Queen ami Creiri nt limit la IT mllci Wtct tions and positively cures Piles or Utwecn Cincinnati ami jexliitluii simile almrlent Cincinnati to Il imniinrhums no mlln iliortcit Clnclnnutl to New Orlouns InttmlltaahorUt them the money wherewith to charity he denounced those good no pay required It is guaranteed to Cincinnati tu ClnUtuuougii Atlanta or Jiaknunvtllt Florida give satisfaction or money refunded prove their great river that the men and caused his followers to Price 25 cents per box For sale by SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS 8 ly soul of thatjpeople was troubled denounce them and there was a Phil Carpenter t etween all of the atxivo polnti Through Can to Vlckiburic and Mireve Only Una running Ihrouftli vara Cincinnati to Kuoivlllu and port dispute in that country and the ihetllli K J Direct Una to Teiujund Mexico vU New Orleam or within them Aak ugcnU lShrevtort Iuwrencflmrirabout tours to California From Ioulirlllt For Sale or Rent My resiMielliyvllle anil direct ionuectionlt made at Lcxingtua And they held a great meeting noise of it reached all nations ith t etlUitcd train tu all point boutli dence on Main street opposite the W C RINEAHSOy But the good men kept silent Presbyterian Church and they sent messages to the Ocml 1aiir Agent Cincinnati O Representative of the Lickjng when they saw the storm which Mrs W B Rodman QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Ij asking him to come to the pretended prodigal had raised country Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder their aid and he came and helped about their ears notwithstanding Worlds Pair Highest Award un- Â¬ ROUNDABOUT them notwithstanding he was THE MONRO PATENT - Stoneware iraijffliffiHPB - MlMmmMMu Kli fiSWiffi1 mm Tie Risaka Â¬ 1H Sill illi H wlMl IB n Hi j YOU WANTTO THIS OFFER at invcEtoiy until further notice REDUGRD PRICES R Â¬ I ROGERS SON KENTUCKY TOBACCO Â¬ Crockers Honest Fertilizers Â¬ Â¬ any reliable ton per eight with note without interest If dont want ton and order T1 M 1 G L- - HHNNEN 7 I 109 90 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tiOtotiKto rri n 13 El We make all kinds of na TCI LIU YEIICLESlPlll THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRICES t M ntFAnibiv h h a n a r r3 i Wn mnkfi nil nmirl irinrin SSanOSHDDLE nn nH - IT en I2U CE1 Of all hinds of Yehicles 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 woric in first class manner Send in your worK Terms very reasonable tu au na J na na cu na CJ na is u na ea na dqi na 13 cm no nn na ESI BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS na ca na ua na na rX vu BUY OF US ra rn nananarnrnannaninanananacariananana C3 IMPLEMENTS rn rsa na na na ta na ra FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE nn DEI na ra uu na tea tail ta inders Rakes THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS na DQ na na dqi DU nananarnnananananananaranananananaEananacananararananananananana na nanananaranananarananananananaranartrarannararnanararacanananana FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 12 1804 cu AND EXTRAS FOR SAME Change To morrow A Solifl Institution The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Bank one of the best nd most solid financial institute ns in the State was held on Monday at which the old board of directors was re elected and after the meet- Â¬ ing adjourned the board met re- Â¬ elected all the old officers and transacted other important busi 9 ness When the business was Col concluded the President Thomas Rodm in as has been his custom for many tfears invited the members of the board and a number of friends to dine with him The feast was a magnificent j uy one ana was phuikcu j r u m folloving gentlemen Rev VV C Taylor Mr Jis M Saffcll Mr VV S Uehoney Mr Jas Church Mr J C Noel Col R P Pepper Mr R P Pepper jr Mr J no W Rodman Judge G V Payne Georgetown Mr H S Anderson Georgetown Mr S S Wells Mr i J Jott Mr Martin Schlomp Hendsrs n Mr Jas H Graham Col J Stod- Â¬ Mr Win Siffell dard Johnston Mr George L Willis Dr Jas Ely Mr Wash Crutcher Mr J M Smith ex Gov J Proctor Knott and Hon L C Norman After all had fared sumptuously Col J Stoddard Johnston arose and in an appropriate and neat little speech proposed a toast to their host to which Col Rodman replied in fitting terms and Gov Knott followed with a toast to Hon been who has Grant Green cashier of the bank for a quarter Major L C of a century Norman responed for Mr Green and the party adjourned The old Farmers Bank has had a successful existence of more than half century and was never more prosperous than under its present management Its officers are all safe financiers and in their hands the interests of the stock- Â¬ holders are sure to be taken care Â¬ IP IJ r - A new time card goes into effect on the L N Railroad to- Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will be at the morrow which makes a change in the time of arrival of two trains HOTEL in this city The east bound C IN LEXINGTON KY O which now leaves Louisville Saturday May 12 1894 at 245 p m will not leave until Saturday May 261894 330 which will bring it into this Saturday Juno 9 1894 city three qu irters of an hour HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglch later and the accommodation operation and with little or no pain train which now leaves Louisville REEERENCES W McKeo Hardle Frankfort Ky at 5 p m will hereafter leave at J A Scott Frankfott Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort 410 and will arrive here fifty J T btaten Frankfort Ky Ky V Berberlch Frankfort M minutes earlier Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky DR W I KELLEY Gas for Cooking Purposes FHOESriX Snapped at the Judge Senator i Ev M V Lindsay came near DRkKLLEYS ofllceand residence Is at 26D West Eighth stieet Cincinnati beinj bitten by a dog Thursday be found every day ot each weekuna where ho may except SATUR DAYS Pamphlets describing thete morning The animal a large and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KELLEY MD as lying on the by addressing white setter 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 sidewalk on M in street and the CONSULTATION FREE in passing Judge accidentally stepped on it when the dog sprang up and attempted to bite him its teeth snagging his pantaloons just ESTATE ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THEnotlHeiKto S L Thomasson are hereby above the right knee come with me Immediately and Â¬ II McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Withrow Frankfott Ky A V NOTICE E Mans Inhumanity to Himself The most Inhuman outrages outrages which would disgrace the savage man perpetrates upon his own system by swallowing drastic convulse his purgatives which stomach ugonlza hl Intestines and weaken his sjstem Many people constantly do this under the Im Â¬ pression that medicaments only which are violent In their action and particularly ca- Irreparable Injury tnurtlcs are of any avail to health Is Wrought under this mistaken Id a The laxative which most nearly ui proaches the ben llcent action ot nature Is Hostetters Stomach Bitters which Is painless but thorough and Invigorates the Intestinal canal Instead of weakening and Irritating It The liver and stomaoh share In the benign dl clpllne Instituted by this comprehensive medicine whose healthful lullueuce Is felt t rmghout the system Malarious rheumatic kid Â¬ ney and nervous complaints siicaiinu to It settle forward and all persons having claims against the esttte will present them to me i roperly proten before B mTONE the llrst di of June April 7 2m Admr S L Thoniasson NOTICE The Capital Gas and Electric Light Co de siring to have an ux libUioii of tho superiority of iis g as asafaslftK coV ting stoves offers to the ladies using their u3s as fa 1 for cooking the following co mpenati vo pr miaais for cakes baked upon a gas stova using its gas as fuel viz For the best White Cake the sum of For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of For the 3d best White Cake the sum of Â¬ aoc w Family Fans Welch has on hand some mammoth palm leaf fans which are large enough to fan a whole family and as meetin coolers they are immense Mr J W 8310 The contest to be had and the premiums to be awarded on 20 35 MONDAY - JULY - 1ST - 18 by a CDoanittee of disinterested ladies after a a plan to be by such committe prescribed in Â¬ Notice the title of Mr Ion Arnolds latest successful It is a beautiful composi- Â¬ song tion and is reputed a GRFAT In Old Vienna is Sent 23 tf suring absolute fairness in the contest E C HTHWAY Superintendent tf HIT No local dealer can compete with us Four Ul Successes Having the needed merit to more than make good nil the advertising claimed for them the following four remedies have reached a phenominal Wall We can save vou fcenu in variety or price uurnew designs and colorings are handsomer than ever before THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE per cent on every roll 50 Paper Iecl6 of Strawberry Festival The ladies of the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church will give a strawberry festival in L the parlors of the Church about the 22d inst at which the most 1 tempting delicacies and other atO tractions will be offered and they Cottage of 6 rooms For Runt hope to see a large company in best location best neighb rhood Splendid attendance as the funds raised in South Frankfort Will rent furnished on will be devoted to church purposes garden reasonable terms to good tenant Apply at this office FOR DYSPEPSIA 39 if Â¬ -- iu biku nge of samples Match borders and ceilings sale Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds The HEGAN WALL PAPER CO Incorporated Electric each bottle guaranteed 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY Bitters the great remedy for Liver Bucklens Stomach and Kidneys nmrlft m Arnica Salve tho best in the world nnd Dr Kings new Life Pills which are n perfect pill AU these remedies are guaranteed to do just what is claimed for them and tho dealor whoso name is attached herewith will bo glad to tell you moro of them 022- Sold at P H OARiKNTEHsdrug store cems xoipay posmscuu ly SAPOLIO IWcKEE HARDIE KY Now is tho time to plant it W H G MATTERS HALLS10LD STAND FRANKFORT G SLrcxen Seed illtllllllEr LA NTDRRTH B We have a new and complete stock of Indigestion and Stomach disorders tako IMIOWN8 1HON IIITTEHH Genuine Una AU dealers keen It 1 per bottle trade mark nu crossed red lines on wrapper -- Ml - 334 MAIN STRHHT On hand and will ask yon to give us a call Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder FIUNKFORT w - a mm - K W MKEE HARDIE JnniMT C L GrAYLE V iu wm jffcJjAail jJJtiWVti1jkJU vlM 18 1 A - BROTHERS MASTIN an will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ Columbus Buggy Co H If Bub Carriage Co Troy jCarriape Co Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Aery 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 1 have secured the agency ing vehicles implements etc cock H A Mower Lideigh Studebaker Old Hickory and Wo come sz EzsiwdiisrEJ stock MASTIN BROTHERS RELIGIOUS Cooper will occupy the pulpit at 11 oclock No evening ser Â¬ vices Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m Doatlis W B Baptist Church Rev Harrod Mrs Harrod m of Mr George Harrod her home in the Bald Knob neighborhood on Sunday Her funeral took place Monday the remains Catholic Chukch Rev Father being laid to rest in the family E J Donley will conduct the ser- Â¬ burying ground vices at Church of the Good Shep- Shannon Mrs Catherine Shanherd to morrow Low mass At 8 a m High mass at non died Tuesday afternoon at A lady at Tooleys La was very 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p in 445 oclock at the residence of sick with bilious colic when M O a prominent merchant of the Christian Church Chaplain C her nephew Mr W S Dehoney Tisler gave her a bottle of Chambe- Â¬ town Q Wright of thevU S Navy will at the advanced age of 94 years rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea mrfinh tn tnnrrow nt 11 n m Ar 730 The old lady had been an invalid Remedy He says she was well in forty minutes after taking the first Rev George Darsie the pastor will so long having been confined dose For sale by Phil Carpenter discuss The Christians Citizen to her room for twenty five years South aide druggist ship Young Peoples Society of Chris- Â¬ that few of the present generation To Meet in Paris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at kpowv her and no one but a few 860 The Kentucky Pharmaceutical intimate friends had seen her in She was one of Association will meet in Paris on Episcopal Church The usual all these years A large attendance sservices to morrow will be conducted the very few remaining members of Wednesday by ttev R L McCready the rector a once flourishing congregation of is expected and the session will Preaching at 11 and 730 Messrs W Particular Baptists in this city and be an important one First Presbyterian Church her death was in keeping with her j H Averill and J W Gayle and Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will life gentle and peaceful as the possibly other druggists from this occupy his pulpit to morrow ac 11 dreamless sleep of an infant city will attend and 730 She was better known to her The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the acquaintances as AuntKittie and Lecture Room at G45 p m You are was the widow of the late William invited Shannon who was at one time a G prosperous farmer in this county Methodist Church Rev H Henderson the paRtor will preach to- Â¬ morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p but removed to this city and died m as usual He was a soldier of the in 1849 Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene war of 18 2 during which he In the class room at 7 oclock in the battle oof the participate Thames and other engagements Bouthern Presbyterian Church BeV B Clay Lilly the pastor will with the British and Indians jpreach at 11 and 730 Her funeral took place at 4 Sunday school at 930 p oclock Wednesday afternoon from CTEJ Advertised letters at Frankfort the residence of Mr Dehoney and ONE Kentucky the remains were laid to rest in the Bith the method and results when Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ Syrup of Figs 13 taken it is pleasant City Upon the Hill ind refreshing to the taste and acts tised letters for the week ending Tamblyn The infant child of gently yet promptly oi the Kidneys iMay 12 1894 King Mr Wesely Charles Tam- Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Mr and Mrs Burks Chas Long S M Beezely Hnrriet blyn of Detroit Michigan died tem effectually dispels colds head Brown Mrs Mnry Long Robt aches and fevers and cures habitual Mrs Larahan Mr M B at the residence of its grand- Â¬ constipation Syrup of Figs is the Burbridne Linton John Mattie mother Mrs Mary E Pryor on only remedy of its kind ever proLong Ben F Cnlvert Furd Mouley Matt Clelland W R Cross street Saturday night at duced pleasing to the taste and ac MoBeth Mrs Susan D U ceptable to the stomach prompt in freeman The funeral took ts action and truly beneficial in its Minor Wm IFlynn Mr J A 1130 oclock Tlynn Mr James Meyers J P Mrs effects prepared only from the most place Monday afternoon Morris J S Graham J F Mr J N Miss Nettie healthy and agreeable substances its Tamblyn was formerly Glore Miss Minnie Rodgers excellent qualities commend it Rbberson Miss Ma Gipson Mr N S Pryor of this county and her many and have made it the most mie J Green W F to all Harper Miss Annie Slusher Joel many friends deeply sympathize popular remedy known Steel W N TTnvt F N Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c witri her in the loss of this her IHnrgis Mr James Smith Alvin D and SI bottles by all leading drugMrs Eliza Starks Hall J S only child Any reliable druggist who gists Thompson Mr J S Harp Jim Updike M proPat Hodges Wilkikson Mr William M may not have it on hand will who Mr Woatherford Jenkins cure it promptly for any one William Wilkirson died at his home hi wishes to try it Do not accept any Johnsou H B Wright O N Jiles James Williams Miss Alioe Forks of Elkhorn on Saturday substitute N Johnson Kirbv Mrs Jamiel Wirrirnan Mr J CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO morning after a lingering illness SAN FRANCISCO CAL When calling for these letters say aged The deceased 70 years NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE AY S B Holmes P M advertised t suffered a stroke of paralysis Recovers His Speech twenty seven years ago and during BOOK KEEPING all the years since then has been Alphonce Hempling of Summit und PoiimuiiBhip township Butler Co Penn made an an invalid able to get about at Shorthand prepared books 011 tne above es We recently twelve-year-ol- d son affidavit that his but for years confined to his pecially adapted to Home Stub v Sent on CO who had had St Vitus Dance for times iiijs trial HunUieds buve been bemlltd hun of dollars by ordering our publications twelve years lost his speech was room and for many months to his dreds NOT TOU Wuv completely cured after using three bed Hhould decide to enter our For four years he had sub 011 would vou lutoTcredit for the amountcollege paid bottles of Dr Miles Restorative receive 5 our weeks by teachinir Nervine and also recovered hisÂ¬ sisted entirely upon milk and keeping Is equalourtomethod of by ihe old book- plan 12 weeks speech Thousands testify to wonGuahantekh under certain conditions derful cures from using it for ner- soups his throat being in such a Positions nervous condition that he could take no S3 state your wants Address J F Dkauoiion vous diseases dyspepsia President Draughons practical uusiness College debility dullness confusion of mind School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nash headache c Four doses of this solid food and to him death came vllle Teiin Eleven Teacuors uuu siuuems me Mrs W E Burns as a great blessing and a sweet re past year No vacation Enter anytime Cheap Nervine cured Board South Bend Ind who had been N U We pay 5 c ish for vacancies us book- suffering with constant headache for lief He leaves a widow a sister i knnnnrn KtHiiOLTiinhnrs teachers etcrenorttd to v v three months Trial bottle and ele Â¬ of Dr E H JJlack formerly of us provided wa uu same iwoniion mis paper when you write gant book free at J W Gayles 4 Â¬ Â¬ mother died at L B MARSHALL W A GAINES this city and eight children one of whom is Mrs John Sinclair of this city His funeral took place Monday morning from Providence Baptist Church of which he had been a organization member since its nearly forty years ago and tte Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased remains were laid to rest in the share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times cemetery at Stamping Ground L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOR SALE TWO Is very Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated valuable property STORY FRAMERESIPENCE Lewis street with lot 53 by 0KGR00MS 10G feet Tils moderate price OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH meuts In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods and 11 well established profltublo This Is a fine opportunity for a m tn with trade capital FOR SALE J FOR RENT STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEVSN rooms on Cross street n ar Conwav This is very desirable property and will be rented nt a FOR SALE U5 M James Keener and J FINE PREPARED T AM NOW early cabbageTO SUPPLY Aplants and tomato J grade of Sweet potato pepper celery and other plants in season Plants are on sale by Ellvvanger Bros A on Cross street near Conwuj ThU proper Â¬ ty has a vei y go Jd lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at u low llgure TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE Banta gipfEcig iLmmMS lsSr a KNJOYS A Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of ti rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to Â¬ bacco and stock barns beslde all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements RESIDENCE OFB ROOM TWO STORY BRICK 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Including the fencing on this nr- pertyerenew and In llrst class condition This farm has a Is good property and Is offered at 11 bam In iiuantlty ot line tobacco land and would also make a llrst class stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit - FOR SALE FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM FOR SALE FORSALE 1 turnpike road dence of 5 rooms u tenement of four rooms and allother necessary Improvements This land Is RESIDENCE uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES Inn high state of cultivation the Improvements P t street Thl has a lot 07 by 150 leet are In flue condition and In order to make a and Is well located nroneiti u1ck sale will be offered at a bargain Â¬ 210 ACRES Lo on a A FINE FARM OFfrom FrankfortFINELY good cated 8 miles upon which tuere Is a brick resi Â¬ FOR SALE FORJENT FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON and other necessary Improvements two Conwaystrtet South Side This property Is In miles from Frankfort This property Is all In would make un exc Rent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent It at trass and 15 pdr month Garden farm 2 RESIDENCES A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL EEM0VES R CHOATE CO Choate L H FINNELL Â¬ Â¬ Formerly of Wukefteld fP DANDRUFF AND CUBES PLA1OTG MILL AND JJ ECZEMA HOGSHEAD FACTORY Â¬ Â¬ PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVINGtobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS FRAMES STAIR WORK Cleans the Scalp and Restores the Hair from Lifeless Condition by For Sale all Druggists Price 25c Ji TRADE MARK AND ALL KINDS OF as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Office on river front A shore ot public patronage Is solicited Finish For a House Sept 2 Â¬ CHOATE ly FINNELL feb 10 ly Â¬ Miles Norvo and Liver Fills A now discovery Miles Pills speedily euro biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildoBt surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samplesfree ut J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Orchard FULL STOCK grapo Lawn Â¬ tno nerves Acton a new principle reeulatln uver aoli anq bowolstlioil GARDEN OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL vines asparagus small fruits shrubs and every thing usually found In a nursery Wo sell direct to the planter establishment and huvo no agents Catalogues on application H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 10 3m i 1 -- I w W KENTUCKY RIVER n 1 Pj 1 2STVT TE XIi tiiey can benefit w TO CALL AND PURCHASE 7laile gret t3ae jEmnr Mjja wcm m mm m mmsm-- of oiar iLo Prices What they need in our line Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guris Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets it- O E the 500000 for 0 Â¬ ML A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank i R y B t p- - i of War authority in the land that no Govern- Â¬ the Ken ment is respectable which is not tucky river to the last Congress just Have we been treated justly which was ignored by said Congress Is this justice If not then our THE EXECUTIVE COMMIT Â¬ Although the Kanawha river of Government of which you distin- Â¬ TEE ENDEAVORING TO West Virginia received from the guished Senators are a part accordGET THE SENATE TO last Congress an appropriation of ing to Webster is not respectable 500000 and now have three locks Hence it is that we earnestly urge and dams under contract that will you Senators to rise in senatorial Increase tlie Appropriation cost 1081000 and the Kentucky dignity and give or caused to be river is to bo given 100000 by the given a respectability to the Govern- Â¬ of The executive committee of the committee fact River and Harbors of ment that is not respectable because we are informed that House in not with your Kentucky River Improvement of the House has passed the bill without it has in thedealt justly is it dealpast nor people which Hon W J Hendrick is chair- Â¬ amendment increasing the amount ing justly with your people now We ask is Justice Right In practice equity man W H Murray Secretary and for the Kentucky river this justice to Kentucky by Congress is the impartial distribution of justice Hons Grant Green and E H Taylor When and under what circumstances on the that to another which the jr Judge B G Williams Messrs Jos does West Virginia rank Kentucky laws ofdoing and man and reason give God Robinson and D M Woodson are that she can receive large appropria- Â¬ him a right to claim It is the treat- Â¬ members are not satisfied with the tions from Congress and Kentucky ment of a person according to justice i receives amount appropriated to the Ken- Â¬ pittiance nothing or its equivalent a and reason We have not so been treated in the tucky river by the River and Harbor We now ask you earnest attention past nor are we now treated with Committee of the House of Congress to the collections made in the 7th justice in all justice and reason and have addressed the following Internal Revenue District of Ken- Â¬ This committee urgently request you communication to our Senators in tucky bordering on the Kentucky Senators to so amend the River and Harbor Bill when said bill reaches Congress and papers favorable to river headquarters atin Lexington the Senate as to make it read five by the United States the same the cause are requested to publish years from 1879 80 that she was so hundred thousand dollars 500000 liberal this people with her appro- Â¬ for the Kentucky river instead of the same priations of Sl497500 for the Ken one hundred throusand dollars 100 INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and geU Rooms of tiib Executivk Committee tucky river Collections from June 000 as it is now said to read Fight ON IMPKOVEMENT KENTUCKY HIVEB package of McCLURES FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and FllANKFOKT KY JUuy fltH 1K94 30th 1880 to year ending June 30th for it to the bitter end if occasion to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOL- Â¬ Hons Jo C S Blackburn and William 1892 as per Internal Revenue reports requires it Lindsay U S Senate Washington for said years was 2385235283 from Truth Is a Jewel always set It In what case you LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest may this district alone against 1479500 On the present occasion It must be exposed THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash D C by Congress for the appropriated naked Senators All to be grown from our seed When the haughty Chief of the Kentucky river Is this justice to this To the fullest lleht In which It can be placed We have a large and complete stock of The Internal Revenue derived from Confederate Greeks drew his baton people on the part of the United of office over the Athenian Themis States We now come down to the Kentucky by the Government as a mm ttocles pressing his advice with pa Â¬ present time at least as near as we tax on her industries from 1862 to 1893 Strike said the can quote the jcollections mado to was 32624240760 for the year 1893 triotic urgency For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times Athenian presenting his shoulder to wit Collections made by Stamp Dep was 2661892036 an increase over uty at Frankfort during the year 1892 the preceding year of nearly 5000 the blow strike but hear me f This department has endeavored in 119102550 item for the first seven 000 See enclosed artiole in Courier SOXT every way to be heard by the Con- months of the year beginning Janu Journal July 26th 1893 The Sundry gress of the United States in behalf aryi 1 1893 95039550 total collec- Civil Appropriation Bill reported to of the Kentucky river and its im Â¬ tions by Stamp Deputy at Frankfort the House to day carries an aggre Â¬ R A White Wm Gaertner T J Ransdell 39824834 mediate improvement by the said in nineteen months 214142210 En gate appropriation of no purpose as it closed official statement from Col W This includes 16115750 appropriated United States all to would appear from the action of M Shelby Deputy Cpllector April for Riverand Harbor Improvements See article Courier Journal Wash Â¬ the River and Harbor Committee of 11th 1894 2 letters kM I Senators it has been said by one of ington January 18th inclosed Out WWW the present House A portion of said W STiitmi BW BMW OTHHuksobSs ijj Â¬ committee visited Kentucky and in- Kentuckys most gifted sons that of all this appropriation there was spected the Kentucky river Frank Congress is the great inquest of the not a dollar for the Kentucky river fort to Cedar Lock 20 miles below nation the two Houses are the two Tho money must be collected here Frankfort then from Frankfort to eyes of the people They are author Â¬ and appropriated elsewhere Is that High Bridge where they took the ized to provide for the common de- Â¬ justice such as has been defined cars toBeattyville This committee fense and to regulate commerce be- above Then it is for justice such as iiiirin had requested the President by reso- Â¬ tween the States The object of this we have not received that we appeal lution of the City Council of Frank- Â¬ committee in addressing you upon to you and hope that you will fort as well as a House resolution of this vital subject as concerns this feel it incumbent upon yourselves KEEN RIVER TO UC 0 WAREHOUSE m the Legislature to have the Secretary people your people is that you to see that we get simple justice that of War recommend to Congress that may direct the two eyes of the is all we want that is all we ask and 500010 be appropriated for the nation above referred to to the great in simple verity we honestly believe river and to have the river placed injustice they have done to this peo you will see that we get justice Geo Washington great in all under the contract system and to pie by collecting the enormous sums recommend the amount estimated to of money on their industries and things and having stretched before complete the work 15 J4000 The luxuries and refusing them appro- Â¬ his prophetic vision in long perspec- Â¬ President complied with the request priations that will jye the direct tive tho future fortunes of the Empire and the Secretary of War made the means of developing one fourth the he had founded he first projected recommendation as above indicated area of the State and unlocking a the connection of the Oheaspeake as it would seem all to no purpose 10000 square mile coal field and with the Ohio river through means for the River and Harbor Committee forever WHITE RANSDELL CD Props putting it beyond the of the waters of the Potomac and oftheHouse took the recommenda- Â¬ of a coal famine either at Monongahela tions of the Secretary of War for the ouisville Madison Cincinnati New Then Washington was in favor of MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY Kentucky River as savages would a Orleans or Memphis This commit- Â¬ improving the water ways of the MARK YOUR IIUtiSIIEADS JREEX RIVER HOUSE looking glass broke it to smithereens tee do not ask of you distinguished Empire he had founded We do not by recommending one fifth or 100 Senators to do impossible tilings wo ask you Senators to travel a new Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Four Months 000 of the amount recommended by are thoroughly advised and know path but to follow in the road blazed Storage Free of Charge the Secretary of War which was 500 full well what has been done in the out by the immortal Father of his 000 Such work by the said commit- Â¬ past for other States can be Country and to keep well in the tee is simply an outrage upon this performed again It was no longer middle of the road We honestly 22Ve refer shippers to Deposit Hank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shelliyville people and this river and to protest than the last regular session of Con Â¬ bolieve that the road the illustrious 15ank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf against the same being heaped upon gress I mean when the River and Washington pointed out is the road them by a concurrence of the Senute Harbor bill passed there was no for all Americans to travel Over this JOST IN QUANTITY is the cause of this committee ad Â¬ such bill passed by last Congress fair land a balmy atmosphere and brow the thunder cloud is slowly BESTINOUALI dressing you Senators upon the sub then it was session before the las- t- purest Bkies smile heajth and cheer- Â¬ charging which is to burst upon the se ject then it was that Senator Kenna of fulness healing fountains of mineral who have deceived and would have Webster has said That no Govern- West Virginia now deceased and medicinal waters burst from her manacled a tree people in a storm of ment is respectable which is not amended the River and Harbor bill mountains Here grain and flower wrath indignation and reproach in just that without snored public 3500000 in the Senate sent it back and fruit gush from the earth until comparison with which the roar of principle fidelity and honor no mode to the House with the increase the land runs oer All we lack to artillery is but the whisperings of of Government no machinery of laws amendments it went before confer Â¬ make it a paradise on earth is simply infancy Let him or them beware l WHITES GREIM can give dignity to political society ence committee and the Senate Justice Justice is what we lontr fori The ocean when its yeasty war of Consider what we submit below amendments remained as far as this and we look to you to see that we waves are waging is not more toritllc The poor are oppressed and hun and inform this department if in committee is advised At any rate the get justice your honest opinions whether or not Kanawah river received 500000 and The American penpje are gener Â¬ gered and they stalk broadcast oer FOR 20 YEARS the American Government has dealt they have since contracted for three ous and grateful but they are a tho land on account of the Govern- - j Has led all WORM Remedies honestly with your people and if locks and dams which are now being sober minded and sensible people wiuiib uuii uuiiig rsspuuiiiuie uuuauuu EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED said Government is now dealing hon Â¬ erected to cost f lU8luuu nut there They have trusted deeply whore they it is not a just Government Hear us OOIO BY ALL DRUGGISTS estly with them as concerning the was not a dollar appropriated by that believed they had grounds to trust hear us at least though you repudi Â¬ Pre ptrtd by BICHARDSOX MKD1CIM lo appropriations for the Kentucky Congress for tho Kentucky river Is Their confidence has been as deeply ate our argument and reject our 8T IOCIS Look to the interior sir prayers For truth again upon the river about to be made by Congress that justice to this people The abused or at least by the House 500000 urged by this committee to the frown is gathering on nations scalfold and wrong upon the throne Submitted for your immediate and You Senators are aware that the be recommend by the President earnest attention and favorable con Â¬ Kentucky river was ceded to the through the Secrotary of War to Con sideration I remain Senators United States by act of the Legisla Â¬ gress for the Kentucky river the cu J XT3 Very respectfully ture of 1870 80 upon condition that same being recommended is less wm H Murray Congress would make navigation than one fourth of the amount as 3 Secretary Ex Commmittee free and extend the system to the 214142210 collected by Stamp as o s Since then by suc Deputy in Frankfort for ten months Throe Forks BUCK EYE cessive appropriations aggregating in 1892 and 3 But the River and Dr S P Scott Blue Ridge Hnrri- XSSS one million foul hundred and ninety Harbor Committee in their infinite son county Mo says lFor whooping Sal as seven thousandfive hundred dollars wisdom have ignored tho wishes of cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy t 1407500 tlui United States has re Â¬ this recom Â¬ people and tho By using it freely the is excellont aSs WU is paired the works restoring naviga Â¬ mendation of tho Secretary of War aisenflo is uopriveu ot all clangorous CURES NOTHING BUT PILES J tion for 100 miles and completed Look concerning the appropriation for tho consequences There is no danger in GO No 0 extending slack wator to High Kentucky river and they have cut giving the Remedy to babies as it bridge the crossing of tho Cincin Â¬ the amount not by one half but by SURE and CERTAIN CURE contains nothing injurious 25 and 50 nati Southorn railroad about 112 ono flfth They propose to grant known for 15 voars as tho 35 aw cu cent bottles for sale by P H Car Â¬ miles from its mouth 100000 instoad of 500 000 as request Â¬ BEST REMEDY for PILES lw3 penter South Side druggist You must bear in mind that there ed Making a total cut of less than SOLD BT ALT DRvaoiHTa was no appropriation by Congress one twentieth of the collections hero SS5 For Sale or Rent My dwelling Prir4bTBlCHABDG01THED CO CTLOtns w SB - Mfe n Kentucky river for tho follow- Â¬ in 19 mouths on industries or luxuries for the 3S house on Ann street viz ing years And wo are told by the highest Mny 12 T Buckley tf J IMPROVEMENT although recommended Secrotary 20 Â¬ 1 GIVEN AWAY -- BZ HZi Ill EI Vi v Â¬ V r4 m R K MCLURE SON m ia Boot Shoe Hat and Book Dealers FETF2EoEx - es9 Â¬ Â¬ H K McCLUEE Â¬ 1 f Â¬ aftllfl JLffff DDinb rHi iJK-jP- - Green Hiver Tobacco Warehouse Â¬ Â¬ I WORMS i Â¬ vermifuge Â¬ TABLERSDII Â¬ I I OINTMENT riLll - P U3 3c n bk 1883-0-7-9-0- aA AJJtiiij Aikkl ii iAi J KSkmD SsiS u WH3Efi 8 A New Building at the End of the Bridge Mr John R Todd the confectioner purchased from the city and county at public sale on Mon- Â¬ day a portion of the lot on the cast side of St Clair street at the north end of the bridge for The lot fronts twenty 1300 five feet on St Clair street and runs back to the low water mark in the river He will at once erect a handsome two story brick building upon it which will be occupied by him as a bakerv and confectionery The house will be forty five feet deep with a Lire basement under it which will be used as a candy manufactory and bake shop the first floor as a con fectionery with two story ice cream garden in tie rear an the second story will be rented for office or sleeping room Â¬ 1 Amioxmcemcnt No apology is necessary on the score of medical propriety for thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made a long careful and special study of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the results of our extensive experience in Kentucky ana 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 asertion that our system does With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of sufferers 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 We have printed a pamphlet giving the cause symptons c of cancers and varieties Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ tumors esting can get a copy free by ad dressing Â¬ FREE WATCH D FREE FREE i 1 j MPS M Puckers Weather fine Most of the corn crop has been lifrH MM planted Our Breckinridge friends admit that Billie was led astray by a little school girl and then ask us to send such a weakling to Con- Â¬ To stimulate cash trade with every purchase of 15 or over we will give FREE a good watch and chain No key required good No one but CASH time keeper buyers will get it This is simply a premium for CASH Drs Current 17 Smith Paris Ky Wfl tf gress Tobacco plants are looking well and may be much earlier than at first supposed Some of our farmers are rather too energetic they kill a fine horse Go slow occasionally boys horses are not worth much but it doesnt do to kill them all the CHEAP RAILROAD RATES N R R will sell The L round trip tickets to Nashville Tenn May 14 15 and 16 at one fare good returning until June 2d on account of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church N R R will sell The L round trip excursion tickets to Hopkinsville Ky May 24th and 25th at one fare limited to return until May 29th on account of Y V S C E Convention N R R will sell The L round trip tickefs to Lexington Ky May 7th to 14th inclusive at one and a third faresgood to return until May 16 or account of the races On account of Annual Conclave Knights Templar at Paducah N Railroad will Ky the L sell round trip tickets to that point May 15th and 16th at one lare good to rrturn until May 19th May 15th the Kentucky Mid land Railway will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at y fare for the round trip Account Odd Fellows celebratin May 7 to 14 the Kentucky Mid luid Railway will sell tickets to Lexington and return at reduced rates Account of the races Â¬ Â¬ 1 See Window Display for Prices t c i-- same After shipping men from all parts of the district we suppose the Breckinridge contingent of Coxeys army reached a respecta- Â¬ Â¬ ble size at Lexington last Saturday It is to be hoped that Sarah Guess Mary Shindlebower and Catesby Hawkins were there to help do the shouting tift Cattle stealing is a late offence In the criminal annals of Wood- Â¬ ford All the horse jockeys of this section attended County Court on Monday Guess plugs change hands at a rapid gait Mr Breckinridge talks of his usefulness as a legislator We defy him or any other person to name an act of his that has proved of special benefit to this district When e have wanted anything it has been the custom to call on Col Berry or some other Congressman who was kind enough to act in our behalf Breckinridge has always spent much of his time out of Washington delivering lectures for pay When we were young galhnt knights could find no greater glory than clashing swords in the battle of love Not so now all seem not only content but anxious to We wit- Â¬ win without opposition few evenings nessed a scene a since as touows uanant kiiisiu i a a uemu iau- moi a in aiiwi knight approaches hears voice of lower jaw first knight tremble falls about eight inches and he beats an ignominious retreat The fair maid recalls him but to no I Â¬ CRUTCHER STARKS r JOE T STATEN CO I Have purchased the entire stock J 4 of -A-KE jM vari THE- - MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to v- - 1 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Dr Hales Household Ointment the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Ts FURNITURE ui Y - taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes barge size cheapest sold at v a 8 Carpenters drug store Cures Coughs and Colds Can be TPI i Tl jeranKioiTl jeurnuure manu facturing Co T J Tk M Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Fulman Buffet Sleepers j 4 And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address A BLSryan CP W G Crush KY D Pi A Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT LOUISVILLE OR BROWNS IRON BITTERS digestior Debility cures Dyspepsia n OHEVAL lftOO 1500 i 5 Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 ters druc SPEND YOUR OUTING ON THE GREAT LAKES Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It rill ony cost you about 1250 from De Lf wv iuuuu iy luiiiuuiuy uicuiB uuu berths Avoid the heat and dust bv travel ctmUances C ing on the D palaces The Many good men and true attractions of a trip floating to the Mackinac region through a kind of false sympathy are unsurpassed The island itself b a spot its most in will vote for Breckinridge but grand romanticTwo now climate passengerÂ¬ vigorating steel while it is true that all who vote steamers have lust been built for the for him ate not liars hypocrites PPer lake route costing 300000 each aro and whoremongers it is equally convenienceequipped witK every modern annunciators bath roomB true that all the liars hypocrites etc illuminated throughout hv nWtrfcW p n and whoremongres in the district and aro guaranteed to be the grandest largest ana safest steamers on fresh water will vote for him These steamers favorably compare with Bulldofus the great ocean liners in construction and Pour trips per week between speed Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Well Bet a Cent Ignace Petoskey Chicago Soo Mar- quetto and Duluth Dailv between Clove- You will read this It is to call your land and Detroit Daily between Cleve Â¬ attention to the fact thut Dr Hales land and The cabins parlors Household Ointment is the finest and staterooms of theso steamers are de Â¬ remedy in the world for general use signed for the complete entertainment of It takes away paina at once For humanity under homo conditions the pal Â¬ cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a atial equipment the luxury of the ap hundred ailments one is apt to have pointments makes traveling on theso You want it in the house all the steamers Send for thoroughly enjoyable time and after you have once Address tried it you wont be without it 25 illustrated descriptive pamphlet D T A 0 Carpen Â¬ A A Scdantz G P and 50 cents a box at P H Detroit Mich 6 purpose First knight is com pelled to retire through pity for Oh in the days his cowardice agone how we should have rubbed on our war paint under like cir- - Come now and look we have 100 j ilf Tedm 25 Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months Ma r Posts 4 226 ANN STREET jJSk rfW 1 A A AjfiurtriAriAr A A AA AAA AAAA A i Feb I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold 2 tf JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO r CO April NOTICE i of Holmes come forward and A LL PERSONS I Have Removed From the Batzell Building settled up at once 2B TO THE FIRM HuJorun are requested to seUlelas the business must be INDEBTED f S B HOLMES V tf Surviving Partner Put-in-Ba- y Fine Farm for Rent 26G Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a larsupplyto July22 tf limits on the Georgetown pike containing acres large residence Hobacco barn and stables Splendid dulry and tobacco farm Possession given March 1st Jb94 For partlcu FRANKGHINN DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY store Frankfort Kt