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JPPP M i wj The VOL Feaikfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPEIU DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanqe NO 21 XVIII FBANKFORT KY SATUEDAY JANUARY 26 1895 instant recognition because it in troduces playgoers to a phase of life right here in our own country quite as interesting as that shown j Hi1 pSiMMMstiiMMMMMMMMSIa purest and strongest baking der made It has received the highest award at the U S Govt official investigation and at all the Great Inter- national Expositions and Worlds Pairs wherever exhibited in competition with others It makes the finest lightest sweetest most wholesome bread cake and pastry More economical than any other leavening agent J HAKTSTEIH S3 vVl Mt with such monotonous repetition by foreign authors It breathes a 5 purer atmosphere than the itn 5 pow5 moral French drama and it is im- fi if measurably superior to the turgid rubbish English authors have 3 It is 5 foisted upon us for years lackinga Â¬ its kind Not model of E in dainty and idyllic touches it al- Â¬ P Si so has the pungent flavor of old n Si Of the Great Clearing Sale Aside Bourbon in every line B Si from its merit as a drama of contemporaneous life it is a pic- Â¬ Si imposing scenic 5 turesque if production andshould not however It 0 51 be confounded with plays which 5 if depend wholly for success upon 5 elaborate scenery or one or two E sensational incidents It is full of IS excitement and go and having In White Goods Laces and Si made a big hit it will of course Embroideries Si Â¬ IS The have countless imitators SI imitations may have pickanniny bands and horse races and the other special features of this play but imitations are usually failures ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL 8T NEW YORK In Old Kentuckys popularity is based upon a more solid founda j tion COUXCIIj proceeings This week on Table Linens IN CliOSE QUARTERS stitution to take a bath and At the Opera House Thursday Towels and When Narrow Jfape of Mrs Judge change her clothing The regular meeting of the Jan 31st her old dress was taken from her Iiowis Council was held Tuesday evenThe Fencing Master she began to weep bitterly and ing at the City Hall Mr Caddie Lewis wife of when asked what was the trouble Smith the bright- Â¬ The Clerk stated that he had By DeKoven eph H Lewis of the said she wanted her dress and Judfi est best and most successful of all Appeals had a narrow upon investigation it was found presented the bill for the 2 per later day comic operas will be Conn esc i c from burning to death one she had about two hundred dollars cent gross earnings of the Street presented at the Opera House on city Dont miss this chance evening during the recent odd concealed in it and as it turned out Railway Company of this Tuesday evening next Jan 29 and had been informed by the She went to her flowr pit afterwards srihp had something like by the famous Whitney Opera at her home on the corner of five hundred dollars with her Treasurer that he had no money Company of fifty odd artists Suit was Second and Conway streets to She was brought to this city the with which to pay This organization is the largest look after the heating apparatus next morning by Sheriff Arm ordered brought against the com- best equipped and most perfectly and not wishing to let the cold strong and an effort made to send pany for the amount companies pre- Â¬ On motion of Mr Miles the appointed of all into the pit opened the out- her to her home air senting comic opera on the road No 214 St Clair St next door to question of requiring the railroad this season side door stepped into the n irrow company to give a new bond was A Firm of Architects R K McClure Everything appertaining 10 the space between it and the inside is carried intact referred to the finance committee performance door closing the former behind Mr Leo Oberwarth the archi- Â¬ Ordinances prohibiting fat driv The scenery is complete the cos her and in o der to see how to tect who located in this city last Strayed or Stolen ing on the St Clair street bridge tumes are new and superlatively open the inner door struck a year has now associated with him handsome while even the Snall creating a Fire Department and est property or stage effect is re- Â¬ FEW LAIKJEREDCOW fire to the nap on Mr match which set W s upon her horn WJ Wade and the firm of requiring property holders on the produced precisely as in The ONE thorn 1400 unit oneWITH AsllnpedWHITEII Will pay n liberal reward for welsh a canton cotton wrapper in which Oberwarth Wade have opened ht bemetropolitan to r return orsucn InformationZ usTwill enable me Fencing Masters get her Collins she was dressed The dress flashed an office in the second story of east side of Conway street Corner of Bridge and Second streets tween Third and Cross streets to engagement Jan 4 tf up like so much powder and being the Duvall building 131 yi St afraid to open the door for fear Clair street wnere they will be put down sidewalks wete given There is good reason for the popula Â¬ rity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy the air would only feed the flame glad to have those who propose their final passage Tnvia Xt Tllljnrfl nC Wst AflintflPAV A special committee composed Clarion Co PaWs It has cured Judge to erect new buildings 01 make she screamed for help ofcouncilmen Fortune Tobin and peorie that our physicians could do FARM LATELY orCLJIKD HY A W Lewis heard her cries and ran to improvements on old ones and nothing for We persuaded them to Cromwell one half mile east of hrauktort 80 turnpike her assistance but before reaching wish plans and specifications made Haly was appointed to invest- try a bottle of Chamberlains Cough on Versailles well sot In The farm contains for iras and suited it acres and Is lifrhtinrr the Remedy and they now recommend 5Q dairy purposes Possession ulveii on November gate the question of 5 uul her she had gathered up her dress to ci and see them with tho re8t of ug 1st 1814 For terms apply to Several cent bottlea for sale by Phil Car- WM CROMWELL flames with her buildings were erected last year whole city with electricity and smothered the DrugistAlls 11 tf Mayor Julian was authorized to PENTER South Side Having on rubber gloves from Mr Oberwarths plans which hands offer a reward of 100 for the per- Â¬ she escaped further injury than a show nis skill as an architect son who set fire to the house at the severe nervous shock from the corner of Ann and Mero streets a Death of Airs Pryor fright few nights Miice Mrs Aphia IJryor wife ofj Ilooteis Mammoth The council then adjourned Chief Justice Pryor of the Court Two of the largest owls we of Appeals died suddenly at her In Olden Times Make your whole family hippy by a present of a Carriage Surry have ever seen were on exhibition home in New Castle on WednesPeople overlooked the importance or Buggy at Mr H R Williams grocery Jdav evening the result of a stroke ca of permanently beneficial effects One was wounded of paralysis on Tuesday Judge Pryor has and were satisfied with transient and captured by a son of Mr the sympathy of every one who action but now that it is generally Church Vaugh on the Clark knows the grand old gentleman known that Syrup of Figs will place near this city and placed in in his deep affliction permanently cure habitual consti a coop That night its mate came Divorce Grunted pation well infcrmed people will and kept so much fuss that the Mrs Ann Mary Gay was grant Â¬ not buy other laxatives which act family could scarcely sleep for it for a time but finally injure the and the next night it was captured ed a divorce from her husband system also in a trap placed on top ol Hugh Gay by the Circuit Court a few days since The Trending Snceoss of This They were about the the coop They Get a Harness Saddle Buggy Robe or Pair of Leggins jieuemtion liloofl Will Toll an ordinary turkey gie of Have your vehicle are sure to please them made a In Old Kentucky According to the condition of it painted and repaired by In Hugs but hud Money If in bad order it shows itself in pim tremendous hit in New York and ples sallow complexion and various A white woman tramping erruptious of the skin If in goodÂ¬ elsewhere last season and bids complex it bIiowh through the country applied for orderthe glow in the clear the good fair to outstrip all other American ion of health The latter condition you plays in enduring popularity It lodging at the poor house at spirits can produce by the use of Dr Hales Bridgeport Tuesday night which Household Tea the great blood puri Â¬ exploited a new field in the fier and nerve tonie 25c and 50c request was granted but she was a package at P H Carpenters drug romance and excitement of the i Blue Grasi State and it received Dec 8 6111 required under the rules of the in- - store 0 i 5 I THE Royal Baking Powder is the 1 j Third Week Â¬ s 1 BIG CUTS I teA m mmMMmmmmmmmmMmmmMMmmmmm Special Price Â¬ NAPKINS - Â¬ iSTSTEIjTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR RENT j I 1 fc - Useful Presents - - j Â¬ For The Boys Kj 7 m i Bud k Harness Wilts 7 f j i M ftUmdftBl v r Mm tES hi Ml iwii RI Wmi r cu rTirjLir ir kiiwjiiitiiLiLiKkUiLi TrjLTrrr innF rji imifliijlk ir iMa UaUJUULUUUCUWUtUUJCJUCUtkUUyLUtiUCUCLIUUUtiUUUUJU yLtUliUyU kU Ht p EH en ma UNUSUAL 4 5 ruuuuuycjtJiiujciiLjatjuJuyiiaLjjLJUuirjLJutiu 1351 him r3t We1 IMP UUP K ni eei Cii cu To mark new goods at so much less than their value We nave a large stock of win- t r clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such goous win oe soxu iot again gg gg 12a 12a cin an ran Mens Suits 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 17 ret su nn est ua ca ca net ca nn 12a ca ca oa UB EC nci Ba 13a These prices are from Si to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been sell- Â¬ ing the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices ua ns ua na EJT cu HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSOXAL Â¬ EaEriraraBacriEarwEBririrEiErtrcncararara cacacatacaacatacacaiuuuatkuuaKUKakytjuauaiUbaiuuTyua ney of Louisville and assistant and partner of County Attorney Fults of that city was in the city Thursday on official business Col Thomas J Smith of Bowling Green Colonel of the Third regiment Kentucky State Guard was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday as a witness in the Circuit Court iuiuuaujuMui rarncnrwrinramcnrnnrirnrnKiaEBEnRCTr ukauywuuacuuQcuuauauakiUuaiauuciaiauiiJuuuukauuuauukaaicakuuauaciaca Ginghams Ginghams CASSELL DDIBY -- ta err 12a EE ca re ca net ca ret ca na ea ca 3Mr Robt E Woods a young attor- Â¬ Mr M P Gray has been in Cincin- Â¬ nati for several days Mr J V Marksbury was in Cin cinnati Thursday Mr Thomas Hornsey of Lexington was in the city Thursday Mr William N Heffner has re- turned from a trip to Washington Mr A J Casey of the Owensboro Inquirer was in the city Thursday Miss Reed of Louisville is visiting the Misses Overton on Shelby street Mr George Browder of Louisville visited relatives and friends here on Now is the time to make up school dresses and we offer you extra bargains iu Toile de Nord Ginghams at8J cents worth I2J cents French Ginghams at 16 cents worth 29 to 35 cents French Ginghams at 25 cents worth 40 to 60 cents Sam D Johnson Co THE LIEEST ID THE GOUMTY IS RON BY- - MIL THOMAS W THOMPSON READ WHAT 11E SAYS OF Sunday Mr Percy Headley of Louisville spent Sunday in this city visiting his parents Messrs Stanley and Thomas Stagg have returned from their trip to Florida Miss Sheffer Stephens is visiting Miss Lena Crumbaugh at Christians burg Ky Miss Lizzie Hudson returned Tues Â¬ day from a visit to friends in Har rodsburg Mrs Laura C Kendall leaves next week for Florida for the benefit of her health Miss Bessie Sandusky of Lexing- Â¬ ton has been visiting friends in this city this week Dr William P Banta of Louisville is quite sick at the home of his par Â¬ ents in this city MrB T M Ponder and daughter Miss Maude returned Wednesday from a visit to Paris Miss Annie McArdle of Lexington has been visiting Miss Una Marshall in this city this week Mr Zack Church of this county left Tuesday morning for a trip to Jacksonville Florida Judge J Q Ward of Paris spent Wednesday and Thursday in thiB city on legal business Miss Annie Gaper of Paris has been the guest of Miss Flora B Foote in this city this week The condition of Mrs Sarah Sneed who was very ill at her home in St Louis Mo is very much improved Mr Jacob D Dickerson of the Cincinnati Enquirer an old Franklin county boy was in the city Thurs Â¬ day Mrs Hawthorn Hill of Brooklyn New York is visiting her parents Dr N J Sawyier and wife on Broad- Â¬ Master Vachot Richardson entertained quite a number of his young friends at a birthday party Tuesday evening at his home on the South Side about forty being present They had a delightful time Mrs Mary R Haflf entertained quite a large party of her friends at cards and supper last night Those present were Mr and Mrs Geo Berry Judge and Mrs W H Holt Mr and Mrs Geo Watson Misses Stites and Hallie Duvall Mr E B Weitzel Dr W E Baxter Mr and Mrs H F Duncan Misses Amelia and Carrie Weitzel Miss Lounsbury Mr and Mrs John H Stuart Miss Lutte Ware Miss Joe Murphy Mrs Nannie Â¬ 2i 3t Blankets Blankets fWMA GLUTEN PEED I i Frankfort January 17 1895 We will close our stock at a I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup Â¬ ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN FEED was recommended discount of 33 J per cent to me as superior to any other and I gave it a careful and personal test I Sam D Johnson Co can state that I have been able to dispose of eight 8 of my cows and am 21 3t how milking only twenty five 25 which yield more milk than the thirty THOS W THOMPSON three did before using this feed Clonks Clonks Sold by Messrs Crutcher Moore and Mr Geo 0 Shaw Frankfort Ky We have some cloaks left and will sell them at 50 cents on the do ar SamD Johnson Co E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt 21 3t Underwear at Cost Our entire stock of Woolen Underwear at cost Co Sam D Johnson Black 8c H u rsey DEALERS IN Duvall Miss Nellie Orbison Mrs W II Hudson Miss Mr and Christine Reynolds Mrs Judge Barbour Mrs John M Mathews Mr Geo L Payne Mr and Mrs John L Scott Mr and Mrs W H Newhall Mrs Heffner Mr and Mrs A F Respess Mr Thos Stagg Mr and Mrs S B Holmes Mrs Sallie Greenhow Mr and Mrs V L Clark Mr and Mrs J W Rod man Mr and Mrs S DJohnson Mr and Mrs Will Saffell Miss Fannie Gray Mr and Mrs Geo L Willis Judge and Mrs W H Sneed Major and Mrs L C Norman Mr Geo Bryan Miss Todd Saffell Mr and Mrs W F Dandridge Mr R P Pep per jr Miss Katie Strauss Mr and Mrs W F Grayot Mr and Mrs G F Stickney The prizes were won by MissStites Duvall Mrs Greenhow Mr A F Respess and Mr J W Rod- Â¬ man Mr Will Hudson won the con- Â¬ solation prize Toilette Sets at Cost We offer 25 Toilette Sets at cost The above goods are con fined styles and cannot be dupli- Â¬ Co Sam D Johnson cated 2i 3t HUE HOPS 232 -- and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF Jjinens Special Special sale of Table Linens and Towels now on a reduction of 20 per cent Co Sam D Johnson 2I 3t TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 8m ArrT street CO Millinery For the next two weeks everything in this department will be sold at 50 cents on the dollar Sam D JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Â¬ Johnson Co Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 2I 3t A Great Offer We will send the Roundabout one year and The Louisville Even- Â¬ ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for S3 00 per year is the time to subscribe Â¬ Kid Gloves 00 pairs of Kid and Gloves at 7 cents worth We offer 1 1 101 AND 102 ANN STHEET Basement nf the Capital Hotel They will short time fill 150 a pair Sam D Johnson Co this space with an entire new advertisement in a 2I 3t Dr Hales Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Oures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Piles like magic Oures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Oures Coughs and Colds 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 Largo size cheapest Sold at P H w 8 Carpenters drug store Miles Nerve and Liver Fills the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily eure biliousness Change of Time Cresent change of Queen time went into effect Sunday November 18th Through train Â¬ THE ROUNDABOUT i h way Mr R A VanDerveer went to Louisville Tuesday evening to take a position upon the Evening Post of that city Miss Pattie Burton of Louisville is the guest of Dr J Q A Stewart and wife at the Stewart Home near Farm dale Miss Cecie Lewis of Stamping Ground spent Tuesday night in the city on her way home from school in Owensboro Mrs Sandy Hord who has been the guest of Mrs D C Hardin on Cross Midland train No 5 leaves Frank Â¬ street has returned to her home in fort 830 a m arrives Lexington Â¬ to Florida and to New Orleans leaves Cincinnati 830 a m Lex- Â¬ ington 1 100 a mM arrives Chattanooga 630 p in Jacksonville next morning at 1000 and New Orleans at 930 a m Evening train carries sleeper to Jacksonville via Birmingham C W Ry ofGa andS F Local train for Chattanooga leaves 745 a m Blue Grass Ves Clns W tibule 400 p m Zell D P A Cincinnati O THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads the liver stomach and bowels thoug Act on a new principle regulatin Aurora Illinois Mr Robert I A Mason and bride of Romeoville Illinois are visiting his parents Mr H P Mason and wife near Jetts Station Mrs Joseph Barbour and Mrs John W Mathews of New Castle were the guests of Mrs George F Berry on Shelby street several days the first of the week at 1045 Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award m bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest Samples free at 60 doses for 25 cents J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Ufo Away The truthful startling title of 11 book about the only hurniless ouakantkku cure If you want to quit unci cant use Braca up nlcotinizfd nerves eliminates nicotine nolsons makes weak men gain btrenuth weight und vigor Posit ve cure or money refunded Book at druggists or mailed free Address The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph ct 0 ly Si i Mew York 10 Spruce St it The grand jury at Mt Sterling are after the mob that took a man from the jail of that county and hung him Subscription Only 1 Per Tear k iiifMiiirt - fjjfci iljplp- Vflfr E 0 Zehacjen That He Who Runs why so plainly that r ourtripwe tell isyoutiptopper edge Jewelry a ou may fall on S Â¬ Graduate Optician ZZlOf May Read and the sharp rocks of high price by purchasing Jewelry from others but ours flourish in the pleasant valley of Little In Cost This is his third year with us From Janinry 7th to 31at inclusive Those desirous of lms fitted many and everybody satisfactorily We do not give bargains enthat time he tirely for fame but make ourselves availing themselves of his service will kindly make injuries n mighty name by selling Jewelry that is down to date You can not get more out ot a bottJe than you put He Examines the Eyes With Oculist in bin you can purchase more Jewelry here for the same mon y than elsewhere more than you imagine Test case c9 Free of Charge Eighteen ninety five is and muchwe have trimmed things here and to suit the bright new year We are all aglow with busi ness bustle Lenses Ground to Suit th Vision Frames Accurately Made to fit the Pace Lexington will be with usizz FOUR DAYS EACH WfiEK Â¬ Â¬ THE A SELBERT THE JEWELER 233 at Olair LEADINGM St Thieves of Time The cases of the negroes who broke into W J Scottows gro cery and stole a lot of watches were taken up in the Circuit Court on Wednesday when Howard Burbridge one of the number plead guilty to having received stolen goods and was given sixty days in the workhouse George Johnson and Joe Branham were found guilty by juries of having receive stolen goods and the former given sixty and the latter thirty days in the workhouse in the case of Ovid Wilson the jury gave him one year in the pen Hamilton Hathaway plead guilty to breaking into the store turned States evidence told on all the balance and also received a sent- Â¬ ence of one year in the peniten- Â¬ tiary Chas Morton the labt oi e of the gang was given sixty days in the workhouse George Graves was sent to the penitentiary for one year lor breaking into Bradys shop The case of Bud Page for break ing into the grocery of Mr M T Mitchell and stealing a watch was continued until the next term M n SGLB6RW JEWELER - FranJrfcxt ttym i Â¬ Â¬ An Old Time Comb Mr R E Hawkins found a few days ago at his home on the Old Middleton place in this county a silver fine tooth comb and lias failed to find anyone old enpugh to remember when silver combs of this kind were in use This one was made by L C Ives Co of New York February It lacks only a few 24 1 815 weeks of being eighty years old and the teeth show signs of hard service Tommie Trotters for the Sale Thirty seven head of trotting horses were shipped from this city to Chicago yesterday to be sold at the great horse sale in that city next week The breeders who sent horses were Col R P Pepper 16 head Messrs S Â¬ Bradv teacher of guitar will give lessons in Sax The Stair of Life Cheaper the tons celebrated method The bakers of the city have latest and most approved Pianos First class agreed to reduce the price of tuned and repaired references furnished For terms bread and sell two loaves for a c apply at 318 Clinton ttreet nickle With bread so cheap and water plentiful young lowrs contemplating matrimony ought Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder not to be discouraged J Blaqk and Son 2 head E W Ayres 4 head Mangan Darnell 6 head Geo H Watson 3 head and John T Murpay 6 head Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon I2ST OUST arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will Advertised Lietters at Frankfort consist of Composite Car Elegant iHw Kentucky Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ Dining Car partment Pullman disclosing too much UPHOL- Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ Sleeping Cars of the latest and Our tised letters for the week ending most improved design and an STERED FURNITURE Jan 26 1894 uoservanon uar nmpnasis i Anderson Distill- - Kelley Bessie especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ We will offer as ing Morrison Lswis tion Car Built by the Pullman Miss Nan- - Miller W 0 Braur greatlv Magee Wm nie Company from Chesapeake and Childs Mrs A L Cruett Garfield Ohio plans the F F V Obser- 2 Orutcher John vauon uars serve tneir purpose G 2 Peffer Sophronia Quire Alexander better than any others that have Flanouy John Groner D L Randolph Harri- Â¬ ever been constructed Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parh r son Galvin James As the F F V Limited is the Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Gray Russ Stikes James c Come while Thompson Agnes only train having an Observation Hoplains R R is unbroken the assortment Vallance Capt J Car attached it necessarily fol Henderson L W Jackson Eugene lows that the Chesapeake and Johnson Margret Young J W Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter When calling for these letters say esting enough to demand an ObS B Holmes P M advertised servation Car The F F V Limited In iJoviiifj Remembrance of My is the only train running through Wife Annie M Sanford who from Cincinnati to New York that Died May 23 1892 and enables the business men to transTwo lilttlc Babes That act business in Cincinnati one day Sleep Side by Side and New York the next at Her Feet It is the only train for Jersey City Coast HERE resorts which are reached by the Gone from the bloom and the eliulness F at dinner time instead of Gone from the light and the cheer Gone from the love Unit was closest in the evening It is the onlv Gone trom tne lips tliit were dear On rolls the world with Its singing train that enables business men to in wltu its work mi Its pride But Ill not meet again with my darling transact business in Cincinnati one In all the world empty and wide aay ana reacn vvasmngton tor DEALERS IN- Under the sod thev have laid her breakfast the next morning It is Hallowed a chamber of rest Neer In my arms Ill foul her the most desirable train for New Or be clasped io her dear loving breast England resorts connections being Still are the feet tliU tuov d ever On errands of mercy und urace made in the Union Depot in Down In the gloom and the sadness Hidden he dearly loved face Washington with the Colonial Gone and the home Is so dreary Express running through to Boston Gone and my he irt Is 10 rent which reaches New Haven 410 p Gone trom the paths that she brightened Aye wltn a famiull content m New London 530 p in How shall I fare on without her Mow reach the cud ot the ilu Providence 715 p m and Boston Shadows and darkness have g ituered Thick ore my desolate way The F K V is the 830 p m HCdlUNl only modern irain lighted through 4v out with Electricity carrying a OVEK TIIEHE Dinii g Car and an Observation Entered the Mansions of Glory Safn In the bisom of Go Car Walking tha hlghwiyt Heaven I he Washington Free where the nnsomed have trod and Atlantic Fn e from the blight ng of sorrow Express also an Electric Lighted Pure from the staining or sin White after irreit tribulations Vestibuled train will leave CincinGlad the Fair City within nati at 700 p m reaching Wah Satisfied there with the Saviour ington 240 p m and Old Point Past nil the toll and the care Never again to be burdened Comfort 600 p in Connection Never a heart iche to bear Young with h immortal is made at Washington with the ilad with a rapture untold Strong with a life never ending Boston Express or the Limited They are home In the City ot Gold reaching Jew York bout 900 Soul In thy glorious raiment p m At Norfolk connection is Friend In thy null nice ot Joy Praises and blNslul thanksgiving made with the Old Dominion Now all thy powers employ How I yearn for the diy Steamship Line reaching New When forth from the gloom and darkdess York 300 p m the next day I too shall be beckoned awar Mr Willie Penn Miss Cynthia E Wiley and of the Antioch neighborhood will be nmrried at Antioch Church tomorrow morning at io oclock Â¬ MATRIMONIAL THE KEW F F V LIMITED Penn Wiley YOU WANTTO GET THIS OFFER inventory until further notice RRDUGED PRIGES ROGERS SON Â¬ Â¬ FV K McCLURE -- SON 1 M Â¬ I Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and ire-lin-- ss a Stationery jst sJis -- H II Sanford r rankfort Ky THE BIG FOUR ROUTE All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most SVBAISniSIFOIRT EZ3T Guitar Instruction and Piano Has the Rest Terminal Facili Â¬ Timing ties at Chicago Henry Now Postofllce A new postoflice called Forsee has been established at the resi dence of Mr Sam Forsee on part of the Rev Frank Hodges place between this city and Peaks Mill THE IMPROVED For sule by THOS A JOYCE 430 Dromlwuy N depot Also needles oil etc opposite L tor ull sewing machines a sluue ot your patron nge solicited Dtic 2 tiill picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth Btreet and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Vlfy U in two blocks of the State and Hiifit Wabash Street Cable Lines and the 9JKJ South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains B7 Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Parlor Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make 5JK d S connections Your tioket should read via tho Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Trafllo Mgr D B MAltTiN Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O M Â¬ 5 fe safe WW WW PER YEAR - i fe k ife SV0FA Â¬ ciMt ril Zessthan FOUR CENTS a week Thinkoflt JlS with the Pyiin arrangement Louisville publishers of Z Z The hyening Post of am enabled vtf to make an unprecedented offer I news- to Paper readers of Kentucky J willthe send tho T LOUISVILLE EVENING POST by age mail vost any Illlllrtflft in Kentuck nnn vnnr fnr prepaid to Tl VosiisanS column 8 pugo daily established in 187a the lead- ins axternoon journal fullKentucky prints the full of thn 7fnu of tMnvl frank fort correspondence speciul telegraph news from all rm wwyi partsof Kentucky suortini news sooietx rnotntt AfAA j Mi luuy and live political mutter The paper used is clear and 1 ettitty MflJfSi0 All persons red- - Mentstowanted write for terms Vl fjf NOTICh ila who wish take advantage of this outr mustBO make cheeks and money orders payable to C G YJU liootu iv sa6 Third Ht Xouisville inj nriiJ Sfr II jNfc H10 t j fe M -- -- IV SS tV fe Jjfe iX W iX fV iX y Vf ate teaHtofcKfrjtg w flj 1 iirifHi fe isfyffffrf - - I WH COmPETITION IS TJiH LIFE OF TRADE And I urn right in it I dont say thsit I have the largest stock in Frankfort but I do say thai m stork i In besl selected I have not been in business here long enough to offer a lot of old chestnuts but my stock is clean and briuht and I soil it lo he consumer for the very least money that I onti conduct a legitimate business I am cortain the Irade that I have won to my tore vis not rained from the clouds but are people who are not blind to an honest effort and I am thankful to my friends and patrons for their patronage as I did in the year 189J the largest business I have done since I have cast my lot among you Yours rcsp etfulv I 5 L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler The Squires First Case The following notice is clipped from the Owen county items in the Warsaw Independent Squiie Brown is an old Frankfort boy and the first Republican ever elected to office in Owen count Wyatt Brown of color was tried by Squire Knox Brown of for carrying concealed Gratz weapons and fined 100 and sentenced to jail for thirty days This was Squire Browns first case and the people pronounce him a The case will be aphummer pealed The negro had a quarrel w th a white man named W M Tool about a stall in a stable on Mrs Adams place at Inverness Tool struck on Kentucky river Brown several times when the latter drew a pistol and shot at Tool four times one of the bullets going through his hat Both combatants were arrested Tool demanded a jury and was fined one cent and costs while the negro was tried by Squire Brown and given the above sentence Squire Brown is the first and only Republican Magistrate ever elected in Owen county and he swears to dischar e his duty if it takes the skin off Â¬ Here you will always receive the best of attention 227 St Clair St FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post ofllce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter DR W I KELLEY OF CINCINN ATI O will be at the WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS so GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 26 1895 fhoebtxs IN LEXINGTON hotel KY Knocked the Boys Out Judge Cantrill on Wednesday morning sustained the demurrer to the petition in the case of Capt J C Bryant of the Brown Light Infantry Kentucky State Guards against the Commonwealth of Kentucky for a mandamus to compel the Governor to approve the pay roll of the State military companies which were ordered into encampment in this city in August 1891 when Gov Brown The amount was inaugurated involved in the suit was about 4200 but it is said if the case had been decided against the Â¬ Saturday Jebiu ry 161805 Saturday Murch 2 1895 Saturday March Id 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgiuc operation oiud nltii little or no pulti Saturday February 2 1895 REEEKENCES W McKee Hurdle Franktort J A scott lrunkfoit Ky Ky Ky Knives J Anthony Leach Frankfort T V Â¬ gk r DAYS Pamphlets describing thes dlseasci and the mode of treatment sent free to any or-n 1 lruucji at is by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION 26b DR KELLEYS office and residence West ElKhth streetClnclnimtl and where he maj except SATUR be found every day of each week j Beruerlch Frankfort Ky Hev L Uulett Benson Ky A U Mcclure Frankfurt Ky ff J HUtfhes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky ns M Wlturow Frunktoit Ky suten Frankfort Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Nails Wire or any thing in the way of Harness Ky t Isat Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Powder Shot and Shells Call on Iron Pipe C E COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer FREE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE M m m w tin State it would probably have re- Â¬ quired about 40000 or 50000 more to pay the demands for the previous five vears The effect of the decision is that it is not active in the contemplation service of the law when the troops are ordered into an encampment Pattibone Manufacturing Co of Cincinnati to whom all or most all the of the claims of the soldier boys had been assigned for the uniforms they wore on that occasion will be the losers by the suit An appeall will be taken to Â¬ Rockhaven fori Frank Bellepoint utrpir e Ccmpany The Ballet Heating OIL STOVE Â¬ Tne Best Flour Made Sons ad in our paper day calls the attention of the to people of Frankfort the coun- Â¬ ty and the surrounding country that they are making the best flour they ever made in their lives and everyone wishing the best made should call for J E M There is no Arctic or Victor catch in this we know Miles rEl raHt the Court of Appeals A Visiting Team A pirty of ten Odd Fellows came down from Lexington Thursday afternoon and assisted Oriental Encampment in the conference of the Royal Purple degree The visiting in the evening brothers were handsomely taken care of by the local members of the fraternity and the work was beautifully executed by the visit- Â¬ Two candidates were ing team put through the degree and as we have heard of the death of neither and the plastering was not all knocked off our ceiling suppose the goat had an extra line on him and was thus prevented from cut ting unusual capers Â¬ Â¬ mm Barge Sunk Under the laws of the Commonwealth of Ken- Â¬ tucky Be It known that John D Moore W L Fence Siwuel Huett John Moore bioddiird Monie 8ylV8ter faudduth H E oheets a 1 W 11 Netherton have ttits 41th day of December Ib91 in 01 po ated themselves under the styl of The RocKUtnen Beiiepoint ann franxiorc runt pike Comptny under the following conditions to wit 1 The name of the corporation shall be the Frankfort Turnpike Rocklaveu Bi llepolnt Company Its principal place of business and raiikiin 1011 ry kv ofllce a iaii be Bellepoint 2 J he e eril nature of the business 01 the corporation shall be the conduction of a turn pike road from tne Rockhaven farm to the town of Fiankfort by the ay of Bellepoint hy 6000 3 The capital stock fbilt be blx thousand doliiirs divided Into shares-- of twenty 15 00 dollars each five 4 The time of commencement of business shall be the 1st or January 1 15 and shall con tinu lor tnenty the ye s 6 Theaflairaof thecorp ritlon shall be con Â¬ ducted bj a boar of live directors Aloo a Presi Â¬ dent Vict Pres dent necrut ry and I reasurer 6 The highest amount of lndebte ness or liability to wnlch the corporatio is at an time to subject 1 se f shall not exceed two thirds of its capital sto k 7 The pr vate property of stockholders shall be exempt from corporation debts Given under our ha ids tins- - thdnyof Decem ber le Â¬ V li W L FiME A barge loaded with two hun- Â¬ MooitE John John Moore dred empty barrels which was toiidahu voohe H bUDDUTII being towed by the Steamer Little H hllfcLrrt r lm Jan iM Huikti Sandy was sunk at Pences wharf on the West Side Wednesday DENTAL - LABORATORY morning and the barrels floated Rooms 4 and 5 off down the river Most of them Weilzel ODomirll Building FRANKFORT KY were caught before they reached gj mKETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT the lock but some went over the local a with vmLrS i Ilnatlon VlBestlied Air 01Teelli Artificial iTOvtif appll dam yJJUDE 10 extra on ilubber JJ to ro I II NeTHPKTON EVERT STOVE Gt AKANTEED PERFECT Dont Get Too Xear Him a good distance from Tom Moore of the Benson charge for extracting without pain when nitla- Otiei work in propor lal teeth ire ordr ted Jim 6 ly tion All work arrantui Â¬ E POWER STI3EET ILSTIfcT -A-- If you are at FARM FOR KENT Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED J ft m it but byterian Church of Pittsburg by the Western University of PennThe honor sylvania last week was worthily bestowed as there are few better preachers or purer men than Will McEwan and he is rapidly taken rank with the leading ministers of his denomination neighborhood you might venture PLACE milK FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEYthe Ver on 1 ne clt limits of to ask him how he marked that sailles u the conttiliiliiK 2b5 Unnkfort for rent from acn s is pike lie luce is March 1st 1H95 rock he dreamed covered the spot wall adapted to to March 1st 1SUG stock raising general farming Case Won Their has advantages E H FLOUR THE under which a kettle filled with and tobtcco groulug and pattlcuiais apply for to For dairy and marketing theunderslgmd at her residence on Ann street or to Frank CI1I1111 attorn y The Mason Foard Company gold was buried Mrs Maky J Dudley 12 tf THE BEST IN THE WORLD won their fight against the Sink Many stubborn and aggravating ing Fund Commissioners in regard casee of rheumatism that were be any Artie accepted to working convicts outside the livedtobe incurable and to Cham Â¬ as life legacies have yielded walls of the Eddyville Peniten- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm much to the sur Â¬ jig v a 1 city and be con Â¬ prise and gratification of the suffertiary and in obedience to an order ers One application will relieve the Xewlroccss tCj vinced of J udije Cantrill made in the Cir- Â¬ pain and suffering and its continued TS THE BEST WHISKY IN PRNAK- use insures effectual cure For sale fort for cuit Court the board on Monday by Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ l5 rescinded their order to the War- Â¬ gist Family 01 medical Use den of that institution requiring Parlor Concert the convicts to be kept inside- the The concert given at the resiwalls dence of Mr George H Watson Try it and be convinced For sale by U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hardie CALL ON Rev W Ii McEwan D D na on Shelby street Tuesday evening 1 W W Cherry and M T Mitchell by the Ladies Guild of Ascension The degree of Doctor of Divin FOR BARGAINS IN- ity was conferred upon Rev W Church was a complete success and was attended by a large and G L McEwan formerly of this city now pastor of the Third Pres- select audience Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ OLD JUDGE m better than Flour imported to this Try it - Â¬ Patronize Home Industry M A COLLINS -- H MATTERS THCE- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Two new houses of eight rooms each with hot and cold water and gas are offered for rent Terms twenty five dollars per month Located in a good neighborhood on Main street South Frankfort Apply to Dr O H Reynolds corner of Main and Third streets 2i im For Rent 334 MAIN STREET win FRANKFORT K Hardware Harness Paints - Wall Paper Glass Oils Will save you mon y on Guns and Am munition Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coil Hods Cutlery etc CORNER MAIN AND LEWIB BTREETB 1 WUtw j K v r KWJft jwjt I j v SFlv f3 7amfMmtStfM9lOGiKKtSE SBBJKhESSrHH 7 vjpJ2J thejxublic streets iand repnrt the tion of trustees on the 7th of Hensley was the father of Mr Ed Hensley and lived where Mr probable expense of rep tiring March XFttANKFOR T JANUAIIT 2G 4Mfi same Thecommittee appointed At the election held on March James W Hughes now lives on p- LarJciKAStmue ss t v toSirttle wkh as 17th S M Noel Benjamin H ns Second street Rev S M Noel SOlXTilL tfUANKFCmX collcttor rwporled thit they had ley tE S Coleman John M D D was the father of Mr Silas M Noel of this county and a VSViiut tlwTnwii TruKftiK JWl exuarned his b oks and vouc icrs Gayle and Larkin Samuel were - noted Baptist preacher in his day and that the town vrs indebted e3ectecknistees and upon organin Old Times Itohiaiii the sum of ltwenty one zationS M Noel D D was and for a time pastor of the church iEjK6l6lrcotJ Tor Col A H Rennick anti a jfourt cents elected chairman Benjamin Hens in this city Lbi ViiriKibcs He ley treasurer Larkin bamuel clerk almost all of our older citizens lin GMimonvcalths pipcr j was Allowdd eixty cUy The bills of knew for he was for fifty years further and also assessor Aiid Soldi Timlior ltimeipwliiclaito complete the col- - A H Rennick for 361 and D clerk of the County Court and C Black for Si 60 and accounts was one of the last surviving WJq gw below still anrtherin jlectiB of taxus EMVJOY veterans of the war of 18 12 in stMImenttfjf the old rpcorfo of Attest 13 The committee of IP S lLoughborough for Both the method and results when He was the father of Syrup thoAown trustees of South iFrank- - yhavhigrfpporfctitlom theuoKpense of land Wm Grooms for 40 cents this section of Figs ii taken it is pleasant Proceeds of sale Mrs James M Todd and Mrs M and refreshing to the taste and acts ffort- in winch the well near WoseaVepairij g the well neer tfosea were alllojvod yet on the CoLs still- figures but the bcarqi jCooka Mest John wRobson under execution received and W Woodson John S Robson gently and promptly cleansesKidneys Liver Bowels Gruiiamwene appoint credited on uB Edringtons ac was also a soldier of the war of tem effectually dispels colds the sys fbecominfjcirtd of repairing it iatul G head The stated meetings of 18 2 a carpenter by trade who aches and fevers and cures habitual ordered atucther dug but wftiere ed a oDammtofeee tocoirctfracr for count Syrup of Figs is the iit was looag bd themiuteWn to dumber and roRtoriiils and with the boand were changed to the purchased a small farm near South constipation to put second Thursday in each month Benson Church where he spent only remedy of its kind ever pro jmc person terppersewne We- have not yet found trevea luced pleasing to the tnste aud IKie acApril ig The clerk was ordered the latter years of his life He ceptable to the stomach prompt ac Hcae t fahesaid fcvell in irrppair anyone whe remembers in the records nu rthe count of IP S IjovKhburiPPulnfor to n prntithevstate of the funds at died some eighteen or twenty its action and truly beneficial in its Cooklibut years ago William F McQuiddy effects prepared only from the moat County CltoVsioffice rihowrthat five dollars wasalwed font what the next meeting healthy and agreeable substances May iS Met at the house of B was the father of old Mrs Leonard many excellent qualities commend its the owned tfhev vacant ilot onrthe tke account waTfor theahinutes it Hensley-- The sum of 10 appro- a lady well known here for many 10 all and have made it the most aid Shdiby failt to state iconner 6f Second Septeuler 2d Clerk dirttctf d priated to repair Todd street and years and the grandfather of popular remedy known treets at present owned byiGol Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c JStdddard Johnston and Mr M to order the escttemtion against a committee appointed to donfer Messrs Chas E and Robert B and SI bottles by all leading drugR Williamsothinks he lived fina Benjamin tEdringwan staid mntil with the IBndge Company as Taylor who died nly a few years gists Any reliable druggist who to the best mode of improving ago James Williams was the may not have it on hand will prohouse which aiood there and of further onSsrs for any one October 22Zd The committee First street ieadingifrom the bridge father of Messrs ll R Laac cure ittopromptly Do not accept who caursttJthe wdlvwas close by per wishes try it any Thomas substitute haps near the sne in front of iProT appointed to superintend the im- to Mrs HumptuiaysVresidenceand and Minus Williams B Monroe was a prominent law CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Turners residence n wkioh wee pairing of tfhe wdfl unear Hosea report at the next meeting SAN FRANCISCO CAL Coot--were directed to have a Fiveddllars in Com- yer here and was appointed Judge Ijuneiii closed by theSvtyCouijcffl a year LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY new uwell djgi in lieu f said re monwealth paper was appropri of the United Srates District Court ortwoiago theritiUsteea come and igo ibut pairsat the p ce wheriCiBnjamin ated to iB Hensley on condition which position he fiiled until the Larkin a nuel stays with thejl Henley Jokn S ftobson and tbhat he remove the bank of earth breaking out of the war when he boarld right along and during one lLarkin Samul may direct and tfrumtthe public well in this town went South was removed from Condensed News year was sort tffitownPoj4bah causeifiae sameitoibe puitiin order Tdxerewere no meetings held in office and was succeeded by Judge Blan Ballard ifor use P S Loughbur Juiy August and September Stories for he seems to have bee not rough lived in the house owned November 7 Mt at itthc house tout- clerk of the on3y a trustee The board was October 22 Miscellany board assessor collector and town of John M Gayie John MLGayle having ttroubje in getting a settle- by Mrs Jouett in late years Womens Department sergeant atione artSihe sarne Ume jjahn J flfest and larkin Samuel ment out of J J Vest as collector which stood upon the lot opposite Childrens Department The following proceedings cover or any two of them were appoint and the idlerk was ordered to have the City School building where Agricultural Department ed a committee to contract with the mod m against him renewed the residence of Mr John Meagher nearly threeyears Political Department He was a lawyer dl was appointed a com now stands tax of ten Beiyamin Hensley thy ileaae or S W June jt4 i5527--Anwers to Correspondents cents on the iihundrefd dollars and otherwise ror a term of years mot mittee fco attend to the present- and was afterwards United States Editorials fifty cents poll tax wasjevied The exceeding igight far that partiof ment of he Com mo wealth of District Attorney for this States Water street ran from the bridge Everything bond of iBetJjmin Edrington as Water street lying between VlaSn Kentucky against the trustees of below the town and was uthorized to east along the river and is now and Shelby streets an war placed in WILL BE FOUND IN THE former collector Shelby stnet to the first ravine employ counsel iif necessary closed That portion of it and the Ti Monroe the hands of Thomas that empties iiwto the rwer iucud attorney sfor collection December 10 Twenty dollars end of Shelby street leased b Weely Courier Jaurnai August 16 Hoard met at the ing the end of heby reet or was appropriated to repair Second Benjamin Hensley was used for a A ten page eight column DeinocritlNewspaner IltNRY WATTERSON Is tnu fcilltor house of Thorruis Hampton and the purpose of ieuctint a fictory street between John H Hannas hemp factory in which bagging Benjamin he same old ti rate of rten and aiuj virs Humphreys on condi and rope were manufactured The ordered suit against PRICE ijl00 A YEAR- pou his fifty cents was fi vd and tbe x cu- - tiou tha the same amount be Daid factory stood upon the river bank Edrington withdeawn TI10 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL tion agamt B hdrmgtnn was bv the Bridge Company John M at the foot of Shelby street and liberal terms to jinents simpl copies makes same of ttiei l paying cost of laperiiiul Premium ordered levived ind tlir clerk Gayle appointed a committee to the hemp was hackled and cleaned ulilress Write to riiipplenient sent fieetoitnr October ig Met at the house in the old three story brick house COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY of E S Coleman and aftei allow given power of att r iry to collect superintend the same February 18 1830 Accounts which stands on the west side of iig an account of David White the Sttme Louisville Ky Shelby street in the rear of Mr e board net of the bridge Company for d2l November 20 adjourned vilarch iiSaS Rev Eli Sonith at the brilge toll- - on and allow- cents and ol L bamuel tor 3 las Heeneys grocerv and was E G Coleman J J Vest j M ed the account of James Wilia ns allowed and Messrs Samuel and built for the purpise bv Mr AND THE Mrs Humphreys lived Gajtle and Larkin Samuel elected for 62 25 the ime 10 be p id in Colem m appointed to superintend Hensley On Mrch 8th they met specie and adj Mimed ov r until the election of trustees on the first where Judge George C Drun t trustees WcsKiy oouiier JQurnal now lives and First street ran The iollnwiug Saturday in March at the house of J J Vest and or- the next night Gre Rev Eli Smith as we said in a from the bridge down the rie Wl be eutonejeirti unj tutoress for 200 ganized by elecing ilcv Eli night the account f los As it was never opened nd former paper lived in a large bank all w The time of for S 3 in specie w Smith as chairman the meetings of the board was John J Vest was o dored to sell buck hoe which stood on Mur- it supposed that the tiusteesand W J Bridge Company failed to ari e ifixed for the second Saturday in tne timher belonging to the town ray where Mr di v m M7i and pay the proceeds f the same Hughes now lives and was burned upon the best pan of improving it each month at 3 occlock p m tfm some fifteen ears ago Lariir Samuel again appointed to the treasurer lie was a A True Friend COPYRIGHTS assessor apd Ms salary nxei at January 30 1829 cc unts of Preshyieiian Minister and the CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a A friend in need is a friend in prompt answer and un honest opinion write to ifive dollars in Commonwealth Christoplu r Cammack i r o 75 fat herein law of Kev Ben Mills deed iUUNN ifc CO who have hail Every family should be preyniiy yearsexperience In the patent Llommnnlu scalds burns A Jlnmlbookof In Theclerk was ordered to J M Gale for 2 a d J J Vest an uncle of Rev B Fay Mills pared to treat c by keeping bruises tlons strictly confidential businessand bow to ob- Â¬ ipaper Â¬ a box of formation concerningAlso wound3 cuts 1ntentn tain them sent free a catalogue of mechan again place Che bond of B Ed- Tor 2 all to be Maid in sp cie who conducted the successful re- Dr Hales Household Oinmenb handy ical and sclentltio books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Slunn gives such rington in the bands of an attorney wt re allowed and and illhm F vival meeting n this city lst fall No other remedy soothing and quick speeiul notlceln the f dentine Amerlcnn with heal relief or exerts so thus are brought widely before the publle out cost to trio inventor This splendid paper for collection Adjourned to meet McQuidtly w is rlt ced collector Mr Smith had a son Eli who was ing effect for irritated oyolids sore Issued weekly elegantly the siraieanasDvi nostrils chapped lips lamest circulation or any scientific work pon condition tl at he give bond also a preacher and the story goes rough skin boils felons and hands world 83 a vear bflmnle copies sent free at the bridge toll house sores etc Building Edition monthly tKti a year Single Rvorv numoe cnntnlni 2H Notwithstanding the order to ac required by law th it he and old aunt Edie were nothing equals it Price 23c and 50c Molesplatescents colors and photographs of new In tlful at P H Carpenters drug store c houses with plans enabling builders to show the Ft bruary y Met at the house watching a watermelon patch back hold regular meetings on the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN A CU HSW YOIIK aOl BBOADWAT second Saturday in each month of Iarkin Stnucl and the rtas of the house about where Fowler no more meetings were held until urer was directed to receive of street now runs with an old flintOhio By Chesapeake August 9th and that a called one loseph Clarke the tax on part of lock musket which had no ham The lot No 232 being three dollars mer and when a marauder ap at the bridge toll houe NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING Awarded assessor having returned his list and twenty five ce tt r the vears proached she would say take TON BOSTON and all Sastera Citiea tfhest honors Worlds Fall the clerk was ordered to advertise 1820 to 1827 inclusive and re- siht Eli and he would reply touch fire Edie when she would Shortest Ltns between FRANKFORT 5i some authorized newspaper ceipt for same an appeal meeting would be February 26 Meting held drop a coal of fire upon the that LEXINOTON and EASTERN bridge held on the second Friday in Sep at The bond of powder in the pan of the musket POINTS That well near Hosea William McQuidtly as coll c and the gun would be discharged tember Time card In effect May 13 1894 KAST BOUND Cooks property bobbed up again tor was approve 1 and hr- was There is scarcely a gray haired Lve Lexington 11 50 a h K F V Express No22 dully and Benjamin Hensley John S appointed town erge int Ordered man in Frankfort lo day who was dally ex Sun MlilUnd Accoin No 815 a m 1pm Victualled Express No 24 dully Robson and G W Graham none that the tax ol H Bomer raised here that has not as a boy MC Sterling Accoin No t dally ex Sun 530 p m of whom were members of the or fifty cents S C ok for one shouted the above quoted words WEST BOUND Arr Lexington were appointed a com- dollar and eighty c nts Alex at the poor old negro woman and Mt SterlltiB Aceom No 27 dull ex Sim7 5UaM board 1115 am vtlantlc Lxprens No 21 d ill p M llilluuil Accoin No 25 Lilly ex Sun mittee to ascertain the necessary Guthrie lor fifty cents James Cox then a id to run lor it to escape 600 v m eMIbuled Express No 2 dally repairs on the same and report the lor fiftytwo cents a d J Davis her vengeance olid Vestltmled Trains with Dining Curs Onlytti hours Frankfort to New or via this M Gayle was the father by the 15th of tin for eighty one cuits be received as m e John probable cost Both thr nigh trains run via Frankfort MOST PERFECT MADE Benjamin Hensly and delinquent for the yiir 1827 E of le srs George W and R H month 4n lius transient A J Lexluuton Ky George W Graham were also ap S Coleman and J hn J Vest were Gavle and lived where Judge B A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free rfW W BAHNEY I MILLER rBKlAN yx from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant sptUtni Pa iit n1 Pass Agt pointed a committee to examine appointed to superintend the elec j vvuiiiitiih now lives uenjauun YEARS THB STANDARD I t Ineln t WaHhlntrton 40 jYupfRqj u I US I 0rci3 - - VA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 - Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ i Â¬ i c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ s Â¬ BEST -- - Â¬ Â¬ j A Â¬ Â¬ 1 I i I Â¬ E0OTDAB0UT I Â¬ 11 Â¬ Mr--e- t r Â¬ Â¬ Ba V linTu - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ - -- wis CREAM -- Â¬ BAKING POWDHI 4 fl -- 1 Aifliflkfct4 ti MMitoiffahc - jfo- 4 - fawKwfr 1 ir Garland OAKS nHE oasrxj x o-a-- k With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM Itv JOHN T KRL1GIOUS Baptist Church Rev T Bronston Ray will conduct public worship at both services to morrow The pastor Rev W C Taylor is attending the Young Peoples Convention at Georgetown Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 BUCKL EY CO li SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway a m Darsie preaches at Christian Church Rev Georze 11 on Vineyard Laborers and at 730 on Believing Without Seeing The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Harry P Mattern leader Sunday school meets at 930 Â¬ Church Rev Father E Gorey the pastor will conduct W tne services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Catholic Episcopal Church Rev R L McOready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Rev J McClusky Blaynej D D the pastor will conduct the services to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 W First Presbyterian Church p m Â¬ Regular monthly consecration meeting of the Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor at 045 Accepting Christ p m Subject J W Reading leader Methodist Church Rev F S Polletc the pastor will occupy his Ka1- f rvimMu nirtPtiiiirr fit 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a in Epworth Leagtic convenes at 7 p m in the ladies parlor Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 Rev W B Bouthern Presbyterian Church parents have the sympa tnv of a large circle of friemls and rehtiwb here Mukray Jidje John AlUn Murray died at his home in Cloverport Breckinridge county The deceased on Monday night was a half brother of the late John Allen Crittenden and an uncle of Mis Rose Crittenden of this city Murray Miss Rosa Murray daughter of Mr Logan C Murray died at the home ot her parents in She was Louisville on Thursday M Haycraft C a coum of Mrs Miss Rose Ciittenden of this and city Win rriNGTON Mrs Elizabeth formerly of this Wliitingion countv died at her her home in Jefferson ville Indiana on Friday evening January iSrli 1895 at clock of heart disease aged 5 bhe was the widow of 7S years the late Humphrey Whittington and had been a consistent and faithful member of the Christian Church for more than fifty years She was a native of Virginia and could always interest the youn and old as well with the story of Auit Lizzie n she her travels was be t known was beloved by all who knew her and filled the hones of al her friend- with sun- Â¬ We will all mi- her dear shine f tee Siehad never rallied from the shock caused by the death of her son Alonzo who was killed by a train scarcely two years ago She has gone to join the loVed ones in a brighter home above - anited L 8 MARSHALL N TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M No 17 NoJ9 Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET E NoJl 155 212 227 285 300 3S3 349 357 425 448 450 520 P M No 2 Ynrnallton Spring Station Frankfort Hi J 101 11 815 615 G57 Bagdad y2o 950 550 C17 Pewee Val ey Anchorage Ar Louisville Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange 733 1141 715 1219 812 5 A 1044 G41 1115 7KJ7 lflS 634 751 813 838 856 903 996 P M 720 UJtl Jtt Cil A deuce on Clinton street NORTH M P M BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE Louisville 735 410 620 330 Malt House property on Mero street This Lv Anchorage property Is well equipped for malting or would 811 433 654 402 Pewee Valley 824 448 705 410 make 11 fine warehouse or manufacturing estabLagrange 850 515 733 428 lishment Eminence 926 542 758 450 Pleasurevllle 9 50 806 456 ON SECBagdad POT RTT NTT STOREROOMSouth Side 949 6 05 825 509 ond utreet Frankfort 1020 635 855 A OFFER OF Spring SUtlon 1045 920 559 WE110 acres FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn- Â¬ Georgetown sltunted on Midway 1055 929 6KW pike 8 miles from Frankfort This in very pro Â¬ Yarnnllton 1111 946 621 ductive Mud Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ Ar Lexington 11 SO 1005 640 plied with water and Is adapted to stock raMns The neighborhood Is excellent churche- and schools convenient and all surÂ¬ No 24 will stop at Anchorage and roundings attractive 7 OFFER FOR SALE X FARM OF 150 ACRES T of line tobacco land near Forks of Elk Christianaburn for for pHssongera lioin 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the Lexington and points beyond reiiuu lng 125 acres in giis For terms call ut Nob 17 IS and 21 connect at Lagrange oui office or on it C Church agent on the premises for Cincinnati Son lJ nud il oouueiffr a nnhore for Bootnuold Branoh JOOD IMPROVE FINE LND WITH ments situated near Forks of Elkborn Is WILL uu A FRAME COTTAGE OF ottered for sale This tann Is well adapted to 5 rooms ouEastJla In street stuck rnislne or will raise line tobacco as well us all other crops suited for this climate Will sell on easy paymants Q 1 KOf WIIIj BUYABRICK RESIDENCE DiUUV of 7 rooms 01 Holmes street with lot 07 by 150 feet The auick and direct route from JjKOn South Side jjj WILL DUY Y0U A KRAME OT tfigo of 3 rooms on Second street No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Â¬ FARM FOR SALE Tobacco Laud - 260 ACRE FARM SfiOfi pvw y LE COTTAGE IilBAMK Hill This OK FOUR ROOMS AT pioperty will be soul cheap and on erj easy pimfthts only n small cimi weekly T 17 double oALu abargain on East Main stret atu 17 T AI Wli Q A WE OFFER FOR SALE frame cottage Louisville to Arkansas and Texas1 One hundred and fifty miles payment being required with the balance paid OF SEVEX acrkswith RARRFM UHnUDl MlHll new trame cottage of four TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE rooms ami nil other neces ary improvements BETWEEN offered for sale on easy tennis locu d on good turnpike road two miles from ThPe lots are on a ood twentj foot street and Kranktort Is offered lor sale This Is very adjoin Judge Iiinespropeity desirable pi opurt S LiOTS FORSALE A GREAT A SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCKt And the only route WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARSC 5 FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated S miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessarj Improvements This land Is In 11 high state of cultivation the lmpunements are In line condition and In order to make a quIck sale will be offered at 11 bargain BARGAIN Â¬ If you are nAua to migrate to A OFFERED FRAME I Sresidence of IN NEW TWO STORY acres ol Sherman Dallas Fort Worth beven rooms and two J land at thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Austin or Houston cated fronting on the Ortenton turnnlKe and ulll be sold on weekly pawned s to the right part If not told Immediately will rent at a lowilgure This Is the CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE FOR SALE mWO FimB COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS J each 011 Tajlor avenue This Is good property and will be sold on easy payments to thi right iwrty If you are Interested come quick dozen rolls for Aiders Sower I 5 cents at Taylor lias accepted the TWO A Great Oiler unanimous call of the Christian Is ver Church of this city to supply its pul- Â¬ The Louisvilie Daily Post pubpit during the absence of Mr Darsie lished every evening except Sun- Â¬ in Egypt and Palestine day - offered with the Round Deaths The price ABOur at S3 per year Post alone is 5 per year ot The Current Rev J N Current and our paper 100 making this and wife lo t their sweet little the best offer of the kind ever daughter Fannie May Current made The little gill had Wednesday Subscribers to the Roundabout been sick with pneumonia and who are not takiug The Post now An abscei s suffered a relapse can avail themselves of this opformed on her lung from which portunity by addressing this office The she was unable to rally or writing to U G Boyle 526 parents are almost heart broken Third stn et Louisville over their severe loss and the sympathy of their many iiiends 32 ounzes of bread for 5 cents is tendered them in their sad be- at Sower it Aiders Fannie May was in reavement To Cincinnati her 10th year and was a beautilul and interesting child and was loved Feb by evervbody The funeral tool nn and 18 10 place yesterday morning from the April residence of the bereaved patent the Midland will sell tickets to Rev Win ShOvSirith conducting Cincinnati and return at half fare the religious service after which to peions holding an admission the interment took place in the ticket to the Cincinnati Orchestra Warsaw Qr A polo Club concert on the Odd FlIIows cemetery 10th Independent Jan above dates Tickets good for Tnc deceased was the grand three days daughter of the late Ihomas Farmer of this county and the World Fair Highest Medal and Diploma i- FOR SALE STORY FRAME RESI PENCE OFCROOMS Lewis street with lot 5d by 106 feet This No change of cars to Mobile Memphis Montgomery and New Orleans For dluable propert fuither Information address L B MARSHALL 17 CO C P ATMORB LOUISVILLE G P T A KENTUCKY F m For a CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT prompt answer and an honest opinion write to bad nearly tlf ty years iU U NN COt who have experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ A Hundbook of In tions strictly confidential formation concerning 1atentn and bow to ob tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and siientlflo books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notice In the Hclcntlllc American and widely before the public with thus are brought out cost to the inventor This splendid pansr Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far tlio largest circulation of any solentitJo work in the world 83 a year Sample copies sent free Building Kaiuoomoniniy czou a year pingie lafnnt dniianB and secure contracts Address CO MEW YOIIK 301 BllOADWAT UUNN Â¬ 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Â¬ Itmeni that th Queen nd Creieent Itoule li IT mllei ihortert between tinelniutl nnd Lexlngtuiis il miles hoi tent Cincinnati to Hlr n mill ihurteit Cincinnati to wlrltani imtiulleaanorteit minKhum Cincinnati to tlmttanoogit Atlanta ur Jutknonvllle k loriJa SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS J etwecn nil of o jolnt Thrmun Cm in Vlckdlicre nnd Mirore fie My lino riinnliiK tlirntmli i iu inelnnnti t hiioxvillj and prltani or Dirtctllno t lexunl Miilio U Aliet N la Rhro eirt Auk wrmu u1it tmir t Ciliriirnl i I rm Iuilll1 U uw ut Wxlugum miccitliu niM IiMHlnreillrit Hull 17-18-- nort tlneiiulrutiUlji iitituan d Il I jjfjUISVi Jir As 11 tjjatl 0 life CiJiirM AKD CRESCENT R3UTC iV Ft ft DL j J CrkPoyder The Roundabout Executes neatpromptly ly Â¬ Job Printing una 1 ta nueh bctttr ihnt I would not Ukt Joction of I5t iurirled and prooa wlir I wn 1 m 1010 nd It Mil I rrcnninand Uolnirut n ill jutfrr from It lb thtn Will oniwer nil IikjuWu If itinip It ptlod for rtply LI1V CONFIDENTIAL PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL luivovtnltnct or Ud Nth an HitbIms u la itmpi To puticului JdrtM with 6 litrk fl J7sr ilh fi 11 yir uditb tsnlx t W r HTCER MVICKERS THEATER CNKIHHlr B f 0 ti - rw ii w v jp v -- v vn 7V 1 VWWTWPPIf T r W - Wmrr v irfirt J ijw sfMiiMHHIIHi 8K3WWrrrw- WM 7 i JOHN ECHOLS Platte and the cows and calves on sharply censured by the good Reckivkiis ST JOHN nOYLE the other missionaries but finding the R R At the Platte three men joined hungry men in no amiable mood George K Fruoi Ills Iicmnric- THE JlhfCSllTI VALLEY ROUTE nblc Hot Trip Across the the small party two Choto Brewer and Waller ceased their brothers arjd a negro trapper the brutal complaint No food could Plalns Thc Willluiiictto Vulloy The IJcinl- He with Sublette be obtained for the emigrants on latter had trapped lilinn PariVy This party hunted buffilo and the march though a laigc herd of ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE buffalo calves Their method of fit cattle were grazing near the HV S K S LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS hunting was to approach a herd sation owned by the missionaries CllAPTIiK I to windward that was Iving down The most they would do was to IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE many hilltops and shoot several before the let Frazer have a peck of wheat On one of the BMunamiiciitnuuiuafis iiJiiiiviii S Those shot for himself and companions Ky a alarm was taken that give to Frankfort MEMPHIS mm whfu0i While at the station waiting for picturesque and srenic beauty that would get up stamp their feet VICK8BTJRG Y M As the the com piny to arrive Frazer and charms every visitor resides Geo then lie down and die NEW ORLEANS E Frazer one of the earliest of herd took flight the Choto broth- Â¬ Gaudipe attempted to find a wagon ABSOLUTELY PURE AND ALL POINTS ers would follow on horseback road over the Cascade mountains pioneers who ventured to explore THE OLD RELIABLE the then great unsettled region lying using their pistols and killing all but after being half a day out west of the Platte and Missouri they could often securing 10 or Gaudipe suggested that as the CAPORAL South and Southwest They would only mountains were full of Indians form his 15 in a day rivers Tall and link Kates Tickets and all Information furnished by take the fleece from the fore ami likely to kill Frazer if met eye is yet bright and flashing his Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address Hat stood the Test of Time his mind clear as a shoulder leaving the balance to with that he had best return as step vigorous MoBRIDE W JiVellng MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER Tr Pass Aent and for himself being an old trapper bell and not an unsound tooth be consumed by coyotes BRANDS COMBINED Louisville Ky wolves Often the g ay wolves and half breed they were not interferes with the province of Dec 16 yr t It Co To him the thrilling would hamstring a buffalo and likely to molest him Frazer there- Â¬ digestion T B LYNOH Generil Passenger Apent Louisville Ky Gaudipe was lief He had not gone far before adventures of his early life along have a feast while the coyotes sat upon returned the Oregon frontier when the patiently around waiting their never heard of afterwards Whether h found a bear in a loj killed it killed by Indians or drifting to and getting assistance carried it to crack of the rifle and the wild turn for the remnants One day the train laid by and other regions beyond the knowl- camp as a swe t morsel for war whoop of the Indian rang the often along the forest aisles of jerked buffalo meat by drying on a edge of his late comrades he dis- famishing Starring again he broke the stillness of the night scaffold in the sun and air without appeared as if shut out by an end reached the summit of tne rang- Crossing the Sweetwater less night seem now a dream ot dim and salt and isaw two Indians some dis they traveled up its bank till the The emigrant trafn arrived in a tance away distant things Making friendly few days and the poor merciful Nothing delights him better forks of the trail was reached signs they came to him Not than t talk of the scenes and one road going to Fort Bridger missionaries kindly opened their understanding their language he events of those early days in the and the other known as Sublettes hearts by trading at big odds some wrote a note and by signs made The latter a very rough of their fat Spanish cattle for the them understand it was to be M FOK A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION M west and so clear is his recollec- Â¬ cut off M TO THC Beaver were lean American stock brought by ta ken to Sutters Fort some fifty M write trail was taken tion of every detail that to them all would fill a good sized plentiful willow trees being cut the emigrants over the plains miles away They executed this LOUISVILLE At Green The latter were very valuable for mission faithfully Sutter on re Â¬ book In his recitals there is a mod- all along the streams M H est absence of self and whilst re- River Indian sign became abun- breeding purposes worth four or ceiving the note at once sent a M THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON M IN THC SOUTH counting occurrences bristling with dant and caused much alarm The five to one of the Spanish variety relief party of whites and Indians m dangers and full of death his own Kansas Pawnee Sioux Blackfeet Rafts were now made for floating on snow snoes to ttie rescue M Latest Market Quotations M Latest State News M is lost in his de- and Snake Indians whose country the wagons down the Columbia to part in the drama of the emigrants The lat- Â¬ M All the Local News m lineation of the valiant deeds of was traversed in the order named the Cascade falls emigrants ter then undertook he perilous M The Complete Press Reports B often came in to fight The pres- went by land whilst the cattle were trip over the mounfaiis and safe -others In the Presidential election of ence of hostiles was evidenced in driven across the mountains When L reached the Fort the women Largest Circulation in the South M he was an ardent Whig and stock being occasionally stolen the falls were reached a portage sta iding theha dships much better H 1844 30000 AND OVER DAILY Reaching Bear Creek it was was made and travel resumed than the men NearSutteis Fort devoted champion of Mr Clay So enthused did he become that followed to Soda Springs where to that part of the Williamette Sacramento City then birren of 50 CENTRA MONTH he wagered all he possessed on the main trail forked one road Valley where Portland now stands settlement has since grown up M H Or 500 a Year by Mall Clays election vowing that if going to Oregon and the other to There were no settlements only Some years afterwards in 184S Clay was beaten he would leave California The Oregon road was a few huts of half breeds old one of the Doniphan party was H JNO A HALDEMAN Bus Mo r H 606 Fourth Avenue country When the event taken the From the large beds of traders of the Hudson Bay Com- boasting of the sweetness of M H LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY transpired true to his word he potash about Soda Springs a quan pany on French Prairie on south human flesh as oaten in their in tity was gathered to make bread side Willamette river There were left Woodford county Ky extremity when the bystanders the spring of 45 and went to In succession Fort Hall a trad also some early adventurers such were so enraged that he came In April fol- ing post for furs and Snake river as Bill Doty Billy Wilkerson a near being lynched Platte county Mo lowing he went to Independence or Lewis Fork were left behind man named Meek Walker from TO HE CONTINUED Mo and with three other bache- Â¬ with outlying inhabitants of Spo Â¬ Jessamine Co Ky and Black G B Harper Receiver Grasp the Opportunity lors from Boston Mass they kane and Digger Indians a low Hawk who had gone over with Only direct line between formed an outfit to cross the plains graded tribe From Snake to Fremont the year before All had Our enterprising druggist P H CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Oarpentek cordially invites you to and reach Oregon Buying a Malahua river stretched a desert Indian wives try a 25c bottle of Ur Hales liouse Snoriest and quickest between wagon three yoke ot cattle and innaouea oniy Dy sage nens The Williamette Valley stretches hold Couch Cure This new remedy provisions the latter including 50 horned frogs jack rabbits and from mouth of Williamette river acts quickly on the bronchial tubes Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car throat and lungs lessens the desire pounds of bacon and 100 pounds antelope For 25 or 30 miles was to Kallapooya Mountains a dis- to cough and heals mucous memlisle MaysviUe Cynthiana Fa brane If consumption it will cure of flour per man they went ten neither water nor camping place tance of 100 to 125 miles and you Pleasant to take The children mouth and Covington miles out and made camp on the It like it At Burnt river the provision from 10 to 15 miles in width c open prairie Considerable num- Â¬ supply was nearly exhausted and consisted of fertile prairie with 40 loaves of bread for Si at ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND bers of emigrants were then out- Frazer Baptist Gaudipe and two heavy fir growth along the smaller Sower Aiders fitting and combining to cross the others named Staats and English streams There were a few houses TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDAHD TIME plains and with a company of volunteered to go on 150 to 200 and a mill at Oregon City owned President of U S troops miles to a missionary station called by Dr McLaughlin these they united In effect Dec 0 1891 For all the ailments of Throat from Fort Leavenworth regularly the Dais on Columbia river this the Hudson Bay Co SCHEDULE OF TRAINS and Lungs there is no cure so Frazer staked a claim in Yam inspected the caravans and those side the Cascade mountains for A M V M A P M quick and permanent as Scotts j Nol TRAINS EAST No 81 No 51 No 7 not having 6 months provisions assistance was now the Hill county on river of same This Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is Lv Frankfort 7 00 2 80 were turned back 880 415 middle of September the party name and passed the winter fol- Â¬ palatable easy on the most deli- Â¬ Lv Summit 8 40 70ti 236 425 cate stomach and effective Lv Elkhom 8E5 711 24 Â¬ 440 The company formed consist- having been out 5 months On lowing subsisting on ducks geese ivswiuer 718 249 910 455 Lv Skimping Ground 7 28 8 01 yai 515 ing of about 200 wagons was the fifth day after traversing the deer with bear and elk from Coast Lv Duvall 734 30G La JuhiiMm 740 813 piloted by Steve Meek an old Umatilla Valley the Dais was Range for bread he had boiled B Lv Georgetown 7 47 319 1000 5 4 5 Ar C S Depot 755 383 1005 550 Â¬ It was a fine wheat counmountaineer who had been in the reached Its occupants two Meth- Â¬ wheat Lv Newtown 8 08 348 Lv Centrevllle 816 405 In the spring of 46 he culRockies with Sublette and others odist Missionaries named Waller try Lv Elizabeth 82H 415 SBHBBHBBSBBVBnBBBEEZSEZB Ar Paris c 880 430 A man named Welsh was elected and Brewer with their wives were tivated his land sowing wheat stimulates the A M appetite aids the fllU M P M TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No 6 No7 8 Captain and subordinate officers astonished to see the new comers with peas broadcast from which digestion of other foods cures chosen The train started about and hear of their long journey he realized good crops Coughs and Colds Sore Throat fv Paris c 945 681 Lv Elizabeth 9ti5 545 Bronchitis and gives vital the first of May carrying with Dinner was about ready a clean ijV Centervllle 1000 555 About this time a pirty of Lv Newtown 10C8 It tun v O S Deoat them a drove of three or four white table cloth on the table emigrants called the Doniphan strength besides tor has no equal 1037 642 1230 as nourishment Babies and Lv Georgetown B 1040 645 645 1232 Lv loniison hundred loose cattle or cows and butter milk and vegetables 1046 6 51 or Djnithan party went fn m Children who do not thrive and Lv Duvall 105 J 6 57 LvStaMplniiGround Every night a strong picket was giving a new aching to the pans Soda Springs on the California overcomes 1059 703 617 106 Lv Swltzer 1109 713 635 126 Any Condition of Wasting Lv EMiorn put out for fear of Indians Trav of hunger that tormented the route Arriving at foot of Sierra Stndfor 1ainfMtt n Scotts Emulsion 1116 720 G45 140 Lv Summit Frtt 1122 726 716 160 Ar Frankfort a 1180 735 eling several weeks they finally three men who had long been Nevada mountains 200 715 their pro- tcottBownaN Y All Druggists 60c and ft Lene Franktort880a in nrrlve Lexington reached the North Platte river living on gruel Frazer hinting visions gave out and after eating LAWYERS IP 45 u hi Progress had been laborious and his hunger was invited to the their cattle were reduced to such iLve FN0 7 a in nrrlve Cincinnati 10J0am VM CROMWELL Leave Frankfort 230 p iu arrive Cincinnati slow the wagons often having to table whilst the other two who extremity they began to eat each c2o p in Attorney at Law SUNDAY TRAINS be let down precipices with ropes had gone down below the house other eating the children first Frankfort Kentucky 11 Leave inieorBtown 1037 a mj arrive Frankfort Becoming dissatisfied at the slow to the spring were not asked to A sucking child died and its body S0u Leave Frankfort 280 p in arrive Georgetown Also Kstute Agent travel a band of about thirty appease their hungry cravings was divided among the starving CourtsRealKnuiklln and Hih will practice In the 32o p in of ihIJoIiiIiik counties Leave Frunkrort 280 p m arrive Cincinnati and will also kIvh special iitteiiton to the pur bachelors or single men with though Frazer told of their suffer men and women Others were chase ami sale of real estate collection of rents G2o p in Leave Cincinnati 730a in arrive Frankfort claims ami the negotiation or loans 1130 a in ten wagons forged ahead andnever ings and weak condition killed and the flesh divided and CHINN A saw the main company afterwards After picketing their horses eaten In this appalling state of W The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all Attorney at Law Nearing the Platte buffalo swarmed English and Staats got a blue affairs Doniphan who led the points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents in thousands and tens of thousands squash out of the garden roasted party got some snow shoes and or Frankfort Kentucky CD BEROAW GEO B HARPER Receiver ard Gn Supt The bulls were on one side of the and ate it For this act they were started over the mountains for re- - Will practice In all State Courts Oftlce second Gen Pus Agt Moor Custom House Franklort Ky PIONEER TjIPK WEST IN THE C GSW lJi7f COKMHl SUCCtSSOR Mlb IHIM AMERICA TOBACCO SWEET CIGARETTE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I aMBtn I TfESj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I J I H H Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Coughing I I M I T as Scotts Â¬ Emulsion I I I Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ 3 fMTir7 rnvny tbut v jj i 1 IMIMMlllilwlMMWMWMWMlllMBBMMlBMMlaIMwa kiikjM3Skjs1 iTaPczauarrnncrcrAawkJKnnrrTU aiwii JwMewr-iWRa-o- ati i lw mi II Gi9Bte JftJr ru CRU r4 STARKS NEW TARIFF CASH PRICE LIST to io 70c were 5ii Boys Kip Red Top School Boots sizes S to 10 49c were Misses and Boys Grain School Shoes sizes 11 to 2 90c wetSijsj Ladies Spring Heel Shoes button sizes 22 to 7 were jSij5q Ladies Calf Skin full stock button sizes 2 to 7 Jr5pi Ladies Lace full stockcalf1 skin sizes 24 to 7 were 11501 Ladies Kid Shoes patent tip opera toe sizes 24 to 7 85c were 125 Ladies Kid Spring Heels patent tip sizes 24 to 7 115 were 1150 Ladies Kid Patent Tip Hieel Shoes sizes 24 to 7 5 were 150 Ladies Fine French Kid button Bernards make band say edu only- fcejas were 5 Misses Very Fine KidlShoe pJairt toe sizes 12 to 2fr5Qrwefle225 Misses High Cut Fine Kid patent tip sizes 11 to 7 wcev3 Ladies Rubbers only 20c Ladies Fine Rubbers 40 to6D cents Ladies Arctics cut to 85c Boys Buff Shoes sizes to 5 90c were 125 Boys Dress ShoessiEes 3 to 5 115 were 150 Boys Heavy Boots sizes 12 to 13 90c were 1150 Boys Heavy Boots sizes u to 4 125 were 2 Mens Strong Buckle Brogans 95c were 125 Mens Fine Shoes allisizesy lace and Congress J20were ii5ps Mens Fine Calf Skin Shoes all sizes 225 wesre 3 Mens Fine Cork Sole Shoes all sizes 2 wero j Mens Fine Hand Sewed Full Stock French Cai were 6 50 Mens Arctics 65P weite 90c Mens Arctics better grade 1 were 125 Mens Rubber Boots n 75 were 250 Mens Rubber Boots pebble leg 225 went 3 8 1 1 One large lot Childrens Double breasted Suits good strong goods 115 1 One lot all wool Double breasted Gray Cheviot Suits ages 6 to 13 99 33 Childrens Dark Gray Cheviot Suits new styles only 3 32 Childrens Dark Steel Double breasted Cassimere Suits ages 6 to 14 only CLOTHING Childrens Grain School Shoes sizes SHOES 1 MWMMMMWMM 750 and gio Boys Dark Gray Cassimere Double breasted Suitsages 14 to 1955 were 8 14 54 Boys Black Clay and Cheviots fine goods 7 50 wore 15 64 Mens Good Strong Suits go at 4 37 Mens All Wool Suits go at 5 were 8 23 Mens Brown and Gray Cheviot Suits S750 were 12 30 Mens Black Cheviot Suits 6 were 10 18 28 Mens Black Cheviot Suits fine goods 10 were 28 Mens Black Clay Sack Suits were 15 9 27 Mens Black Clay Frock Suits finest goods 1250 were 18 and 20 Mens Black Clay Sacks and Frocks finest goods S15 were 22 and 25 33 S225 2 to 2 75 were 3 50 and S4 14 Childrens Jersey Suits 36 Childrens Double breasted Black Cheviot Suits ages 6 to 13 350 were 5 and 6 30 Childrens Blue Tricot Double breasted Suits ages 6 to 13 only 5 were7 50 21 Childrens Black Clay Diagonal Suits ages 6 to 15 only 6 were g and 10 75 Boys Long Pants Suits ages 13 to 19 go at 250 were 350 50 Boys Long Pants Suits ages 13 to 19 go nt 350 were 5 and 6 12 Boys Long Pants Suits corkscrew ages 9 to 12 go at 250 were 4 50 5 were 30 Boys All Wool Double breasted Suits light colors ages 14 to 19 ii5wre -- - 20 5 vvere5 500 pairs Mens BEST JEANS PANTS only 85c 150 pairs Mens Satinet Pants only 12 2 1 were 30 were 8 OyERCOMTS 15 3 1 s were 20 10 and 12 were 18 6 were 3 350 gi50 7 were 12 were 2 5a j F Crixtclcier OH So rjiiwwimiiMiiiwi 4 named Fry his son and Reuben Skelton The prompt interference Mr Wm Stivers son is sick of parties present prevented it with pneumonia While Fry from being serious were engaged in and Skelton Miss Alpha Caplingers school Owing to bad fighting Frys son drew a knife closes Thursday weather there will be no enter- Â¬ and tried t cut Skelton but was kept irom it by bystanders tainment Miss Lizzie Hammons was the of Jefiersonville Indiana was in our community guest of John Samples and family Sunday last week The infant son of Robert and1 Long may the Roundabout Mattie Tendall is very sick with continue to brighten the homes it enters Let everyone subscribe pneumonia Richard Bohannan who acorn- - for it of panied Mr Wesley Wood pujl Hoftl of stol bhubyvi le vicuuty to Honda on a maim tour nas returned ana Is gathered by that tremendously destructive repot ts Mr Wood very mhch im- Â¬ engine ninlaru put ou the brakes with Hos check Its He gives a glowing ac- tetters Stomach Hitters which will nnd fever proved pro tpss and avert disaster Chills count of the Sunny South bilious remittent dumb ague and ugue cuke are promptly relieved and ultimately cured James Watkins and wife of by this genial specific which it also a com Croppers are the guests of Wm prehenshe family medicine speedily useful bllllousness consti Â¬ In cases of dspepsla Watkins and family pation sick headache nervousness rheuma effects Margaret Jones visited tism and neuralgia Against the hurtfulexposure Mrs of sudden changes of temperature application to Mr Joel Skelton and family Satur- In wet weather close other Inlluences laborious prejudi mental pursuits and cial to health It Is a most trustworthy safeguard day last system against disease promotes It fortifies the appetite and sleep and Mrs Tom Watkins of Baileys afierdtblll atmg and fleshhastens convalescence wasting diseases Mill vicinity visited her sister Mrs Owen Deakins of Bagdad BIG FOUR ROUTE community Saturday Uncle Joel Skelton as he is Best Line to the North and East All lines from the South make commonly called who has been in Central sick for two or three years with direct connections Cincinnati with rheumatism is very low at this Union Station through trains of the Big Four writing Chicago St Louis IndianapoM s Thomas Haggard is very to Cleveland New lis Columbus sick at this time For full infor York and Boston Miss Daisy Cook is the guest of mation call on nearest agent or Mrs Ham Sno k of Bagdad address vicinity E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D BMaktin Mrs J T Moore has been very Ticket Agent Genl Pass sick with neuralgia for the pi t Cincinnati O two week Miss Amy Moore is the guest Carlton Cornwall foreman of the of her aunt Mrs Owen Moore Gazette Middletown N J believes that Chamberlains Cough Remedy of Peytona should be in every homo He used John W and Luther Moore it for a cold and it effected a Bpeedy says -- ins inaeeaagrana cure visited iouis Kooerts ana lamuy lomj lie n t T flnnmmnnH tr j have also seen at Croppers last week it used for Whooping 25 and cough best results A difficulty took place near fi0cnt with thefor sale by PhiL Oar- bottle8 Bagdad Saturday between a man pewter South Side Druggist1 S N Zilpah IiOUISYIIiTjE KET tobacco m am- - Dandruff Kills DURRH37T FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSB just closed amount to 467hbds with receipts for the same period of 3332 hhds Sales on our marketsince Jan- SaleB on our market fon the week Â¬ Ml tt tluHaif MONQN ROUTE SHAUPOHUiliSBLUTSlT Moore v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H uary 1st amount to 1163a hhds Sales RUfF WK mf mr of the crop of 1894 011 our market to this date amount to 19848 hhds Prices this week have been well maintained on all grades of new bur ley with some improvement in values for low grades of good color and we have an especially strong market for tine grades or Durley leaf me sales of the week embraced 8 hhds of new THE burley shipped by one party and sold at the following prices 2150 125 SKIP 1KB EN 19 1750 1750 17 1275 1750 This will give you an idea of the M Ml active demand here for new bvjrley of fine quality The following quotations fairly For Sale by Alt represent our market for burley to- Â¬ flruggisis bacco 1894 crop fob 10 lr TJUVR MAIM Trash dark ordamaged 1 3UC2 75 tobacco 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 3 75 5 50 trash TABLERS 4 50 Common lugs not colory 3 00 5 50 4 50 Common Oolory lugs BUCKEYE Medium to good colory 5 50 7 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00M 10 00 10 00 13 00 Medium to good leaf 13 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf scores BUT HUES J 16 00fj 20 00 Select or wrappery m sm ThelDircciand Iopularhie to DEMIES DM- - CHICAGO And all Ifomts NORTiH and WEST MS Vstibu ed Trails IK iningrCar Services Palace Chair Cai PullmaiSuffeJleeytjrBi RAnd Only First Dor further j rtlormaUon Classs AifpommcJationK Address BLBqnoCBi Wr5WlD1i1i LQUJSVIL7JE K or Jas Bavte G ftA1 Ghifiaao 111 OINTMENT mm BIS FOBlt ROUTE 9100 Reward 9100 The readers of the Roundabout will be pleased to learn that here is at least oe dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all I A SUItC BEST REMEDY PrepuiOrBieBASKOlT May and CtHTAIft ttURE known for Mt wear a a tho for RILES CO BEST LINE XEB ST 1QOT3 CHICAGO ICars pat tmeut TJnilns niltU Buffet Purlor Wnlne Wugner iu iuwjbl ijjjiveit rwnw ion oirctnK partmeiili Bullot Slpepliig Cars magnlllcleiitly furnltibQalwltli tottet iicc8Wles in euch com- KlPjiunt mm Â¬ Â¬ is Km fix r patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred olliira for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials P J OHEBNBY CO 9ST Sold by Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Oura is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the Â¬ Â¬ Its stagoH and that is Catarrh Halls la ly IN QUANTITY Solid Vettuled Coalies 0r J08T BEST IN OUALI - WORMS ST LOUIS BcftetSleBvUigCaM oiiii Vesltbuled Indus with Buffet Pdjloff Caw Kleguim coaches Wn lug Curs and Wiener vermifuge 20 FOR YEARS Mil lad all WORM Damailta BOTTLE ttviiflku IMIinKaAH ZjL AM WHITES CREAM BOSTON TbBouly through Sleeping Car Uno Uroiu Cln cluimtl Kkgunt Wagner Sleeping Crs NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Veatlbuled Trnli8 with Combination Ltbrury Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Klegant Coaches ami Dining Cars Ltndlng missengers In New York City ut 42d Street Depot Positively EVERY CUARAHTEEC druggists Toledo O 8 76o For Sale Good second hand phaeton in Call and see it good repair 15 Mny 12 1 y NO FERRY TRANSFER Â¬ 11 wmmmmmm I tf Black IIursey cuted at this oflloe Job work neatly exe Be sure your tiofcets read via BIG FOUR D B MARTIN E O McCORSWCK Puss Traftlo naager Genl Pats 4 Ticket Agt OWONAT flw u Lfife jtaf tafeafeMittf I fbluS0HraBCK14IHlniliJtJVn krffli