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H The VOL XYIII SENTENCE DAY 3Iujicc to IIciiir Friday 1st Framfoet Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO FBANKFOET KY SATUKDAY FEBEUAEY 2 1895 22 Murvli faOYAll- - After a five minutes wait Uncle Lee wound in his line and found said Singular the bait intact Wednesday was sentence clay in the Circuit Court and all the prisoners in the jail found guilty at this term were brought in for the George Magee sentence convict found guilty of murder was the firs one presented and judge CantrilV in sentencing hiir said lWh The ai George at the of the you were indicted for mur Court der and upon your motion the cjse was continued until this term At this term upon a full hearing of the evidence the jury found you guilty and fixed your punishteim Â¬ September Franklin Circuit j Purest and the Strongest hi 0 rfl mighty singular never saw he anything like that before a big Re Â¬ bite and bait aint touched planting his rod he proceeded with deliberation to complete his toilet while the two spectators went off leaving him none the Old Sam wiser Kv Frankfort i I I s H If y WVl m IT f JK1 M 11 Ifc r his a I i r r M The following is from the For Fourteenth Aimuul State Con discontinued Young Mens rest and Stream of January 29th vention of the Oakland Cal Jan 24 Mrs Christian Association Uncle Lee Watkins as the bo s Bessie Loughridge wife of Prof called him was one of the ben of the Uni R H Loughridge The Fourteenth Annual State fishermen that ever wet a line vcrsjlv Qf Cn ifornia took her life Convention of the Young Mens in Elkhorn Creek and that is yesterday by drinking carbolic Christian Associations of Kentucky saying a good deal when one You novv have a acid at her home 2 18 Union street very lightly remembers that General George rkkT I a note found on her will be held in Lexington Feb- B Crittenden and Hillory Bed chance to change your course of bureau she bade her husband ruary 21 22 23 and 24 The I advse you to turn over a f life affiPtionate- an principal speakers will be Hon ford and Dr Will Morns and j -h and Llewellyn Holton and Thod new leaf during your short term guage assured him that no fault of W J Northen ex Governor of Sullivan wtre wont to entice the Though in the penitentiary and become a his prompted her acr Georgia Rev R J McBride D wariest ba s from it poo s and and warn you now that he had done everything in his good citizen Unc e Lee was Prof J rocky shallows to make her happv her ill D of Lexington Va if you ever come before me again pover the ptient sorr and know The Last one of of W health made life unsupportable McGarvey of Lexington ing every shelving rock and pr -in this county or any other in the Great Clearance KyjProf W H Marquess D jecting craig beneah the surface ifcEV U FAY MlfiLS district I will have you prosecuted Sale D of Louisville Ky Mr E E he was only satisfied when his vigorously and sent to the peni- Â¬ Stacy State Secretary ol Indiana baited hook dropped in the exict Read Carefull v THE VERY Will Hold a Meeting at Lexing Â¬ tentiary for life Mr vV L Wilbur Messer Gener spot where he knew the fish should VERY LOW PRICES that ton be Then his favorite plan was to Ovid Wilson was next sentenced you can buy oods for al Secretary Chicago Mr Walter insert the end of his rod in a crcvfor one year for breaking into this week Douglas General Secretary vice or push it in the soft bank Arrangements have been made C Scottows grocery and when the Brock and lighting his pipe await a bie MASON VILLE FRUIT of the for holding a great revival meeting Philadelphia Mr F S Judge had finished asked to be One diy he hid been wading Loom and Lonsdale Cotton and Rev B Fay man and Mr H P Anderson only When the Judge gave at Lexington heard creek catching minnows and ard Hope Cotton oply 6 Mills who conducted such a suc- - Secretaries of the International the after baiting and casting his hook 7c nut t him permission he claimed to cessful meeting here last fall has Committees New York A num- - to the rkht Dor hesruek ids nnle rL A have been unjustly punished as OMlArKUK U1WUMAM Oil- agreed to come and preach to the ber of well known business men Ill the bank and went jfe short vifi th he never associated people of the Blue Urass Lapital 01 tne state and officers of the distance to change his wet clothes QnW Q d j others cpneerned in the robbery Two anglers J The Exposition building will be city town liege and railroad for dry ones Jimmy Gibbons from SEAMLESS HOSE BLACK for y and Misses only 10 c uer pair used for the meeting and largely associations will also take part in brankfort Wiley Williams were fishing SAXONY YARN all colors only him about it lhe Judge told told increased seating capacity will be the program near by and close enough to ob him he should have avoided bad Four hundred delegates are ex- Â¬ serve events Suddenly there came 5c hank vir miiis win arrive proviaeci Hamburg Edgings 40 different company in Lexington on the 2d of April pected from the various associa- flying down the creek that awk Â¬ patterns only 5c per yard HamtltTtn Hathawav wnc iifvf at which time the meeting will tions of the State Pastors and ward ungainly bird calied shite Hemstitch Handkerchiefs plain given one year in the penitentiary Seeii g white and colored Borders only young men interested in this spec- poke orn c water hen inrr TTnI rnn after for the same offense vw f - n trrl tirsMMt vvu kn viuiii a large number of persons will at al work from towns and mstitu venfenly nearivu 4c each Embroidered Handkerthe water it lit on chiefs only upon him the br passing sentence 10c each tions of learning that have no as the end and after balancing itself All linen Bleached Table Damask Judge talked kindly to and com sociation will be warmly wel- Â¬ with some difficulty and looking only mended him for having told all 45c per yard The Modern Invalid comed as corresponding mem- Â¬ around it walked down the rrd All Linen Crash fine quality assist- about the robbery and thus somewhat as a boy walks a teter only bers jyc yard Commonwealth in bring- - Has tastes medicinally in keep ng plank stepping over the reel and ed the Unlandried Shirts all sizes Pure Excursion rates of one fare for disappeared in A remedy the grass ingtheotherstojustice Headvised with other luxurie Linen Bosom only 43c must be pleasantly acceptable in the round trip will be made from Just at this moment Uncle Lee him to change his course of life Seamless Sox Black and tan form- - Purel wholesome in com- - all stations in Kentucky and Cin caught sight of his pole that con only loc a pair citizen and become a better Dates on sale February tinued to bob up and down from position truly beneficial in effect cinnati Genuine English Soxjonly 5c shite pokes the b dancings Death or IrNLoughillge ob- - 20th to 22d return limit FebruLadies Kid Gloves all s zes and entirely free from every Thars a bite he exclaimed If really ill ary 2C except from Louisville jectionable quality Holding up with one had his only 69c Pair The following dispatch tells of YOU SHOULD TAKE AD- and Cincinnati tickets will be sold nn nfrdnn li iaii if consti nnf rtt fAHiffti the sad death of a lad well known he consults a phv VANTAGE of this bargain Week February 21st and 22d limited made his way to his rod and in this city where she spent the Pted he uses the g ntle family loosening it from the bank waited Sale as this is positively the last to February 25 r FiSs early portion of her married life aNative SvruP week For programs credentials and for the line to run out Gibbous and Williams convulsed her husband being for several Chureu Supper full information regarding the with laughter laid their rods down years an assistant to Prof J R Convention write Henry F Rose and rolled on the ground The young ladies o the Meth Proctor on the State Geological vear State Secretary 431 W Jerk him Uncle Lee jerk She left here with her odist Church wi give a supper Survey him exclaimed Gibbons as soon Walnut street Louisville Ky husband some five dr six years at the Todd building on Thursday as he could get his tongue M 2I4 St Clair St next door t ago for California where he was evening Februa 4th for the Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Not yet not yet said the old k R K McClure Wait till he runs a bit man elected to a professorship in the benefit of the church Worlds Pair Highest Award Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 ment at death It is therefore the judgment of the court that you be taken hence and confined in the county jail until Friday the first day of March when you will be taken out and hanged by the neck until dead and may the Lord have mercy on your soul Magee stood with his head hung down his face the picture of despair while teceiving sentence and continuing to stand after the he was Judge ceased speaking by the ordered rather sharply court to sit down George Graves was next called and when the Judge had passed the sentenee of one year in the penitentiary for housebreaking George this is upon him said offense and perhaps your second the third and you have gotten off Â¬ My analyses of baking powders of general sale in this State show the Royal to be a cream of tartar baking pow- Â¬ der free from ammonia alum lime or any adulterations that its constituents are better proportioned and that it has a larger amount of leavening gas than any of the others analyzed 1 i Positively rifier and nerve tonic cures dyspepsia constipation bilious 25 and 59 cents per pack ness etc age at P H Carpenters drug store Â¬ A Physician Seldom recommends a proprietary A great many use our medicine Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes us that he has had occasion to use Dr Hales Household Ointment in several cases of burns and thinks it He writes he has has few equals also used the Dr Hales Household Tea in his own femily and finds it is so good that he cannot afford to do without it It is the great blood pu A Grout Ollor We will send the Roundahout one year and The Louisville Evening Post one year to any subNow scriber for S3 00 per year is the time to subscribe Miles Nerve and Liver Pills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Sam pies free at Ky 45 Â¬ Â¬ jf QnrtscC Director and Chemist Kentucky Agl Experiment Station ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK m University of California about the time the Geological Survey was YOUNG MENS WORK Incle XiCeV Hijr IHto J WGayles Frankfort ly 4th AKD Week 1 POSITIVELY the - - - ffli arj tf Â¬ I - I Â¬ J Â¬ 1 Â¬ rrl i 11 I t HBRTSTEIHS tl WW MiaihwiMflF HRwW1 IMHNRRpHRHHyHpBHBHHMHRM9H wtwtJttWi W i itrifCTiTjy r1 1 y aaaaiaaaiaiftfciirt T aJiMiMMMBIMBiBBllMHMlBBaWBBBBB SnKiilBII9raHMMiBilBHNHilHH99iBiB VflHQaMQJtBSBBflHHHBBMaaaaaaBaaal K law Hot mm SB 3BT list tu UJ rsn r K UNUSUAL Mens Suits 4 5 rift w hi m nj u mm P I eh rw n kJJl I ni rt uj r Kit To mark new goods at so much less than their value We nave a large stock of win Â¬ r n ter clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such m goods will be sold for again KM mw ysaf fFf 5rwU Hi 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 Â¬ 17 rri ey rw Kli tJ en en 133 These prices are from 1 to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been sell ing the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices nn cu ret eta rn uu met ca Ea aK Ml a K mm MU laaaaaVfr rn I3U HUDSON HUMPHRIES PEHSOXAIj Will OlolmiU George W Gwin Lodge Daugh ter of Rebecka I O O 1 will celebrate the third anniversary of the organization of their Lodge on Tuesday evening Februry 1 2th with appropriate ceremonies Â¬ mW rinrnrcnrNGnrrrtrnrirrirnra Kentucky rnrHrnriarEsrfirnrnrnrracacnrciraisnrnnrnrsrsrnrfirsrneacnnnnnp Advertised Letters ut IfrnnUrort CASSELL IS IU1N HY- - cn rn tu Mr Claude Buckley of Louisville was in the city Tuesday HMrs Chas W Saffell is visiting Miss Anita Muldoon in Louisville Dr W E Baxter left Thursday for a business trip to Washington City Miss Mary Todd returned on Satur- day last from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Florence Francis of New York City is visiting Mrs W P Hudson on Ann street Misses Pearl Evans and Nonnie Goodwin are visiting Mrs Otis Ash THE LHBGEST DUBY 11 THE BOUHH urst in Georgetown Miss Mary Gist of Henry county nas oeen visiting ner orotner in Leestown this week Miss Kathryn Baker of Chicago attended the German at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening Miss Belle Clay of Lexington is the guest of Miss Christine Reynolds at Fleetwood near this city Ex Chief Justice I M Quigley has returned to the practice of his pro- Â¬ fession at his nome in Paducah Mr John C Noel left Monday for Alabama to dispose of a lot of mules he had shipped to that market Mrs John H Hanley of Jetts this county left Wednesday for a visit to her brother in Columbus Ohio Miss Mary Jessee of Henry county spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs William Cromwell in this city Mrs J A Crittenden and daughter Miss Rose attended the funeral of Miss Florence Murray in Louisville on Saturday Dr Charles Francis of New York who was the guest of Mr W P Hud- Â¬ son in this city left Tuesday morn Â¬ ing for home Miss Annie McArdle of Lexington who has been the guest of Miss Una Marshall on Campbell street returned home Tuesday Miss Bettie Mallory who was the guest of Mrs W B Rodman at Point Breeze returned to her home in La Grange Saturday Mr Ward Headley and bride of Madisonville visited the family of Hon John W Headley and family on South Shelbj street the first of Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Feb 2 1SP5 Morton Catherine Auxborn J H Bradley C II Martin John Broadhurst W S Manager of Hos pital Burns Elizabeth Phillips D E Bernard Jesse Chambers Coby Pollett Anne Forks of Elkliorn Poe Richmond Comes Martha Ohatmouse Sallie Pealer W R Swally H T Davis W R Fine winter weather Spalding Mary 2 Davidson J B Snow atid ice in abundance Embry S F Sanderson Mattie Eichholtz Katie Stone Bud The public school session closed Frasser John Thompson Eliza Goode R E Tater Mrs R last week Wigginton J L Graham G Laboring men arc eagerly seek Holt James Whipple M P Williams Arthur Holt Frank ing employment Wilson Robert Holct James Wells Merrit A great number of changes of Hand Ellen Winter May residence will occur in our section Moore Maggie When calling for these letters say by March 1st 1895 S B Holmes P M advertised Regular services at Buck Run to day and to morrow at the usual Mrs Emily Thorne who resides at Toledo Washington says she has hours never been able to procure any medi- Â¬ Fuel and food for stock are cine for rheumatism that relieves the objects that most claim the atten- Â¬ pain so quickly and effectually as Chamberlains Pain Balm and that tion of housekeepers at this time she has also used it for lame back Tobacco shipping in progress with great success For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side drug Â¬ We are not advised as to prices gist Mr Weldon Bud Hughes Ginghams Ginghams and wife of Illinois who have Now is the time to make up been visiting friends and relatives school dresses and we offer you in our midst during the past extra bargains in Toile de Nord month have returned home Ginghams at8J cents worth 12 Miss Stella Cannon has returned Ginghams at 16 home from a visit to relatives cents French cents worth 29 to 35 cents at Georgetown French Ginghams at 25 cents C H Farrent had the misfor- Â¬ worth 40 to 60 cents tune on returning home from Co Sam D Johnsok prayer meeting last Sunday night 2I 3t to step on the ice in front of his residence thereby causing a fall Blankets Blunkcts which produced a severe sprain of We will close our stock at a the right arm per cent discount of 33 Co Sam D Johnson loafing Lusiness progresses The and the stock of gas diminishes 2I 3t not Â¬ MR THOMAS W THOMPSON HEAD WHAT HE SAYS OK PE0SL GLUTEN FEED Frankfort January 17 1895 I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup- Â¬ ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN PEED was recommended to me as superior to any other and I gave it a careful and personal test I can state that I have been able to dispose of eight 8 of my cows and am now milking only twenty five 25 which yield more milk than the thirty THOS W THOMPSON three did before using this feed Sold by Messrs Crutcher Moore and Mr Geo 0 Shaw Frankfort Ky E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Tca Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel short time fiThey will fill this space with A Pertinent Question Editor Roundabout an entire new advertisement in a THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili- Â¬ picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Con venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep- Â¬ ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ The dance at Miss Ella Readys Thursday eve of last week we understand was first class tVall its arrangements Mr recently His honor Prof G Hog will rally forth to day in search of his shadow F M Feathcrston and wife visited friends in Scott county the week Mr John W Eads who has been visiting his uncle W B Showalter of the South Side for the past two months has returned to his home in Chandlerville Illinois Mr John Rump left Thursday morn ing for New York from which point he sails to day for a visit to liis old home in England He will be absent for about two months Â¬ Several years ago silver was worth one dollar per ounce and wheat was worth one dollar per Now they arc both bushel Is there worth fifty two cents any one in Congress representing the farmer if so why dont he amend the silver bill so as to compel Congress to give him one dollar per bushel for his surplus Cloaks Cloaks wheat Would Like to Know We have some cloaks left and will sell them at 50 cents on the Dog Lost A small white setCo Sam D Johnson dollar ter with brown ears and brown 21 3t spot on top of his neck long hair and very pretty at Cost Underwear animal Answers to name of Dan Our entire stock of Woolen Liberal reward will be paid for his Underwear at cost return or such information as will Co Sam D Johnson enable me to get him 2I 3t G H Mastin 22 tf Â¬ Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most ties at Chicago Toilette Sets at Cost and Mrs For Sale We offer 2 Toilette Sets at Sudduth Darnell has been quite cost the above goods are consick several days this week Good second hand phaeton in fined styles and cannot be dupli- good repair Call and see it Mr M F Wilkerson has re- Â¬ cated Co Sam D Johnson IIuksey Black 15 tf moved from Scott county into our midst The infant of Mr Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma The Mail at Their Doors Postmaster Holmes commenced delivering mail yesterday to the citizens of Bellcpnint by carrier This is another of the benefits to the people of the West Side of they were already annexation enjoying that of sending their children to the Public School Two Below Thursday morning was the coldest day of the late cold snap the mercury registering two degrees below zero Â¬ I te Ten days loss of time on account of sickness and a doctor bill to puy is anything but pleaHant for a man of a family to contemplate whether he is a laborer mechanic merchant or publisher Jas O Jones publisher of the Leader Mexia Texas was sick in bed for ten days with the grip dur Â¬ ing its prevalence a year or two ago Later in the season he had a second attack He says In the latter case I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy With considerable success I think only being in bed a little over two days The second attack I am satis Â¬ fied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy It should bo borne in mind that the grip is much tlte same as a very bevero cold and requires precise Â¬ ly the same treatment When you wish to cure u cold quickly and ef fectually give this remedy a trial 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Cahpintkr South Side drug gist Â¬ cures Towels now on a reduction of it absolutely cures catarrh it Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism 20 per cent Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Co Sam D Johnson in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific Millinery for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores For the next two weeks every- Corns and Bunions of long standing are cured quickly thing in this department will be different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes sold at 50 cents on the dollar Largo size cheapest Sold at P H Co Sam D Johnson 8 CARPnNTKRs drug store Â¬ Dr Hales Household Ointment Linens Special Special sale of Table Linens and Is the finest remedy in the world and rapidly growing children derive more benefit from Scotts Emulsion than all the rest of the food they eat Its nourishing powers are felt almost immediately Babies and children thrive Â¬ Babies other form of food is assimilated on Scotts Emulsion when no Scotts stimulates the appetite enriches the bloodovercomes wasting and gives strength to all who take it For Coughs Colds SoreThroat Bron chitis Weak Lungs Emaciation Consumption Blood Ds iocs and all Forms Free of Wasting Sew Â¬ 2I 3t Emulsion JMWHHHr Miet Bowne Kid Ci loves We offer 100 pairs of Kid Gloves at 75 cents worth jSi and 150 a pair AVAHON ONE SIRINlJ MARKKT condition SUITABI K Also frdm Co Sam D Johnson butcher In kooi 30 to barrels ot corn ADiily to H UKLTSIH Feb 2I 3t on Benson wiir Franklort Ky DO FOR SALE Scott NY All DriiQqlstj 60candf lim WW wMtfkV1 rtrtf 9k m hMMsslk iiv j kteif7 4 - ywfprtH M m That He Who Runs m May Read atx-- ro 11 s BfcflK 4MI i U rocks of high price by purchasing Jewelry from others but ours flourish in the pleasant valley of Little Cost We do not give bargains entirely for fame but make ourselves a mighty name by selling Jewelry that is down to date You can not get more out of a bottle than you put in but you can purchase more Jewelry here for the same money than elsewhere and much more than you imagine Eighteen ninety five is here and we have trimmed things to suit the bright new year We are all aglow with busi ness bustle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ may trip and fall on the sharp edge why we tell you so plainly ISour Jewelry is a tiptopper that You ri v1 fl fifcaSW w Va Hi m isn ma filiam i an ma Mode i JJrealc for- TAimviy - Ktil M 233 I THE LEADING JEWELER j n SeLBSRW YOU WANTTO CKET 03T Â¬ Â¬ Bfll fl Jack Dempsey a negro convict made a bold attempt to escape from the penitentiary Friday afterWatching his noon of last week opportunity when Mr Cabbell Hardin was the only guard at the gate he followed close behind a wagon going out and when the gate was opened darted in on the opposite side of the wagon from Mr Hardin so that he could not shoot at him and ran out the entrance turning the corner quickly made for Fort Hill Mr Hardin at first supposed that he was a but asked the trusty trusty who was assisting him in opening and closing the gates who the convict was and the latter repliep Mr that he did not know him alarm Hardin at once gave the and called the day guards who overhauled Dempsey on the side of the hill in the rear of Mr G on residence Mitchells W Holmes street and brought him He is a slick rascal who back was sent up for nine years from for housebreaking Louisville Since he has been in the prison he has been a quiet prisoner and has had little to say to any one making no intimates amongthc other con- Â¬ victs Â¬ Â¬ Not Involved by tin Failure The friends of Mrs Anna Hopple of Cincinnati who visits rela- tives in this city frequently will be glad to learn that her private fortune is not involved in the Flack failure although that of her son is to some extent though the newspaper accounts of the matter Young are grossly inaccurate Mr Hopple has been very ill for sometime and is still in such poor health that he will be taken south as soon as able to travel Â¬ ever the impression had gotten out that the Colonel voted for Col Weather pleasant Breckinridge very much to the We are detriment of his cause The November election the one X2ST and only topic pardon for the injustice we so in Miss Ida Durham is visiting nocently did him Now Colonel Miss Lizzie Darnell having tried to make the amend One day last week a couple ob honorable we desire for the beneIWi tained license at Versailles walked fit of self and the information of your many Democratic friends down opposite the residence of disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Rev J K P South and were to ask you to explain why it is Our united in marriage by him without if you are a Democrat that you STERED FURNITURE leaving the road The reverend refuse to submit to Democratic These are perilous gentleman invited them to his authority offer as We will times Colonel men claim the right No we house but they said men and both want to be married right in the to investigate road When told they had bet- Â¬ measures before giving either ter walk to one side the reply was their support We claim no right we want to be married right in to caechise you but the people We hope claim the right to know where you the middle of the road consisting of Parlor in our they will live long and keep in stand The people wish to know Every piece of Upholstered Furniture Sofas stock Come while c Rockers Easy Chairs Suits and they must know or they will the middle of the road the assortment is unbroken We not cast their votes for you The beautiful woodlands in this have been requested to ask Did section are fast crumbling before you vote for fudtie Denny If the fell destroyer king tobacco not did you vote lor Col Owens It seems almost a sacrilege to de If you did one and failed to do stroy so much of beauty only to the other upon what party princiadd a few more dollars to the ple do you ask Democratic sup coffers of the already wealty land port These should not be un lords So far as the tenant farmer pleasant question- - and we hope is concerned he gets but a bare Mr Risk will gratify the party of living at best It will not be long which he seek- - preferment by however until the beautiful blue giving a public statement of the grass woodlands will be a thing of facts These are indeed perilous the past times and if the candidate for Mrs Mary Newman whose public favor will not make a clean death has been announced in the breast of it then the voter will RounDAUout was a type of true form his own opinion and it is DEALERS IN- womanhood a true friend faithful not favorable to the candidate wife and loving mother She who skulks behind the secrecy of ballot system reared a family of five boys and the Australian Come Colonel did you vote for Â¬ one girl all of whom are living evidences of her noble character William C Owens on the 6th of If you did and Knemies she had none while her last November will submit your claims to the friends were man Her bereaved you family will not sorrow alone In party authorities we see no the home of the blessed she reason why Democrats should not feel free to give you their support awaits our coming tickers THIS OFFER inventory until further notice greatlv REDUGRD PRICES R ROGERS Â¬ Â¬ SON Â¬ LK McCLURE SON There seems to be serious trouble among the sheep here many of them dying without any ap- Â¬ parent cause Between the disease and the dogs they are in a posi- Â¬ tion similar to that of the fellow between the devil and the deep blue sea Very heavy pressure is brought to bear upon Hon DL Thornton Removals in the hope that he may to permit the use of his Messrs Mastin Bros have re name in the race for Representa imple moved their agricultural itve from this county If Mr ment harness and horse goods Thornton is not our next law Â¬ store from the room on Main street maker it will be his own fault and to the new building of Messrs not that of the people Co W A Gaines one block The next Legislature should east on the same street and the pass a law forbidding all foreigners Rhodes Hurford Company have to purchase or hold real estate in removed their furniture establish the Commonwealth u til such for ment from Broadway to the Haly eigners have taken the oath of allegiance to the United States building on Main street next to and those holding such property Mangan Darnells stable at the present time should be re quired to take the oath or dispose Ills Djiv to Jroiriiostlcate of their holdings within six or ten In another column we give years from the passage of the act what Prof Hicks has to say ol Col Risk says he did not vote the weather for this month and for Breckenridge Well he is the to day at 12 oclock Prof G Hog only man who does or can know Mr will come from his winter quarters and we accept his statement Risk however lives in a town to take observations as to what claiming a Settle Club of forty the weather will be for the next members and of which he was six weeks It is to be hoped he President The precinct in which will fail to see his shadow and be the Colonel voted cast but thpee able to tell us Prof Hicks is mis Â¬ votes for Settle and of course Mr taken in his forecast Risk cast one of the three How- Â¬ d Bulldofus bottle of the finest Cough cure on earth That is what we claim for Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and what thousands of people have told us Dont neglect a cough It may cost you as many dollars or possibly your life When you feel the first symptoms go to P H Carpknteus drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure d and cure yourself Isnt much Twenty live Cents money but it will buy a Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and Â¬ Â¬ Stationery nsisr32zroi2rr ktst Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ TKUWOlUnlumiUUIIMJJlUIll t3 iJ - Wwj Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN Jf w mohui hn yarn inuFu eowutsirassoft ux FINE HARNESS ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE M SADDLES STI2EET SWEET CAPO RAL A COMPLETE LINK OF CIGARETTE Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 Hni Hu wA th RANDS COMBINED y J Dec 15 1 l H Co J23S -XTlSr I COmPETITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE ffk wi iQfi And I am right in it I dont say that I linvo tho largest stock in Frankfort but I do snv ilml n ih t have not been m business luuo long enough to offer a lot of old chestnu s but my stock is clean and bright and 1 sell it to the consumer lor the very least money that I can conduct n legitimate business 1 am certain the trade tint I have won to my store was not rained from the clouds but are people who are not blind to nu honest effort and I am thankful to my friends and patrons for their patronage as I did in the year 1894 the largest business I have done since I have cast my lot among you Your n sp ctfuly i W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler FftANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Catered at the pott offlce at Frankfort Kentucky Here you will always receive the best of atteniion 227 Si Clair St Ql 20 WHAT HICKS SAYS February Will be a Sc reamer DR W I KELLEY WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS ns second class mailable mutter Ik r f Em celebrated by an ingathering of RKEKRENCES tU f u0r f W McKee Hurdle Franktort Ky Knives Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Harness his children and the invitation of storms he promises are upon us J A scott irunkfoit Ky Antuouy Leach Frankfort Ky Nails U ire or any thing in the way of a few friends take dinner with him J r Mitten Fruukfort Ky The storms originating in jan V Uerberlcn Frankfort Ky on that day The old gentleman uary uj subside to eastward by Uev Ky l P Uulett Bensun Kj JHC 11 Frankfort is quite feeble in health but his the 2nd and the cold wave which A J Mcclure Frankfort Ky A Hughes Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Iron Pipe Diivlu He was followed them will have crossed Jas M Moore Benson Ky Ky mind is as clear as ever Wlthrow Frunkfoit Powder Shot and Shells Call on at 2BB DR county the country to the Atlantic West KELLEYS office and residence Is he nmj born in Spotsylvania Eichth About the 5th and 6th marked l found streetClnclnnutl und where nvirv rinv of each week excent SATIJR Virginia but came to this State reactionary storms will transpire DAYS rMmpniets nescnunig mes j diseases when quite a young man and set- Â¬ with good chances of being con- - SMSST01 i nmitr vint at ninninnati n J j The Broadway Forty Uiiiiucu udtii 111c cciurai uav 01c 1 ic tled in Boone c unity wnw Dealer Mars equinox on the 7th the full CONSULTATION FREE nine years ago he was elected to represent his county and district moon in Perigee on the 9th and THE IMPROVED into the Vulcan period gth to in the Senate of Kentucky and at will Some hard storms 13th the close of his term of office set- Â¬ occur interspersed with unsettled tled near Bridgeport this county and threatening weather all along The probabilities are For sale by THOS A JOYCE 480 Broadwuy for the practice of his profession these dates N depot etc that heavy snow will prevail to opposite L machines Also needles oilpatron and has ever since been an honored a share of your for all sewing solicited the north but that rains with age De 22 Â¬ and highly respected citizen of that lightning and thunder will be dn the community He was for twenty order in the south Cyclones and years clerk and assistant clerk of tornadoes are among the probaQuick and extreme the Senate and his hand to day is bilities FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W changes to very cold will follow nearly as steady as when he wrote Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort on Versailles turnpike The farm contains BO all general storms of month acres and Is well set In grass and suited for up the journal of that body He The 17th and 18th willthe bring de- dairy purposes Possession given on November has eight children living twenty cided storm conditions with per- 1st 1894 Kor terms apply to Wil CROMWELL four grand children living and five haps a sudden sweeping cold Aug 11 tf dead and nine living great grand wave but the temperature will react quickly to very much DENTAL - LABORATORY children and one dead Rooms 4 and 6 the Dr U V Williams Judge W warmer will barometer will fall ODoiniull Building change to southerly Weitzel winds H Sneed Rev W C Taylor and storms of dangerous character FRANKFORT KY H Dr Geo VV Chinn and Mr will sweep the continent from mEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT 1 pain with Vlii llzed Air or local Charles F Exum of this city about the 22nd to 24th Look for ufrfuKV appll ation Best Artificial Teeth xhJTJUU on Rubber 3 to 10 No extra were among those who took din Â¬ enormous rains in many sectio s charge for extracting without pain when artitl Clear As Otrer work In propor teeth are ordeied ner with the old gentleman on central and southward with heavy ilal All work ai ran tea Jan ly tion snow and blizzards all along the May he yet live northern side of the country At Wednesday to celebrate many returns of the this time whether it turns very RENT FARM day is the wish of all who know warm with south winds and ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY EAMILY low barometer no matter if in THE FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACEÂ¬ him the city limits of runktorton the Ver the far north expect violent sailles pike containing 265 acres Is for rent from The storms and carefully watch all March 1st 1H95 to March 1st 1896 stock nlace Is j Married by the Roadside raising well adapted to general farming US nUVUIUUBCB 1U1 Â¬ illlU lUUMIXU KniWlIJg IU threatening clouds The proba- dairy and marketing For particulars apply to her residence on Ann street A man by the name of Croxton bilities are that dangerous local the undersigned ut attorney floods may result from heavy ortoFrankChlnn 12 tf Mrs Mary J Dudley and a woman by the name of rains impeded by the breaking Updyke went to the residence of and gorging of the ice along the Rev Polk South near Jetts rivers and streams that flow Station one day last week called through narrow valleys Careful and long observation has him to his front gate and asked shown us that the first regular that he marry them They being TS after the center of X THE BEST WHISKY IN FRNAK too bashful to go into the house storm period is fort for zsJlffe Venus period apt to bring the Mr South procured two witnesses heaviest storms Unless this and performed the ceremony for instance proves an exception the Family or flleflicai use THE E M FLOUR them as they stood at his gate storm period 20th to 24th will and when it was over they walked make a record to be remembered THE BEST IN THE WORLD We look for the heviest disturfly V jriGMM 11 away down the pike locked in a bances Try it and be convi need For sale by about the 22nd 23rd and loving embrace and apparently as 24th A great cold wave will U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hardie happy as newly married couples follow from the northwest one W W Cherry and M T Mitchell that may prove a terror to man usually are city be con- Â¬ LAWYERS and beast The month goes out vinced growing warmer with reactionary WM CROMWELL A Mammoth Sheet storm conditions increasing Attorney at Law We are indebted to Mrs Hugh Frankfort Kentucky A Great Oller Rodman who is at present so- Â¬ Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the adjoining counties Courts of Franklin und journing at Vallejo California for I lie lOtllSVIlle Uaily Post pu D land will also give special the attenton to the pur a copy of the New Year edition lished every evening except Sun chase and salo of real etate collection of rents claims and th1ietotlatlon of loans of the San Francisco Chronicle day is offered with the Round CALL ON The paper consists of fifty four ahout at S3 per year The pi ice IV J CHINN JR no ra of The Post alone is 5 per year Attorney at Law pages numerously illustrated with and our paper 100 making this Frankfort Kentucky an illuminated lithograph cover the best offer of the kind ever Will practice In all State Courts Olllce second It contains nearly reading matter made lloor custom llun e FOR BARGAINS IN- Subscribers to the Roundauout enough to run an ordinary reader who are not takiug The Post now until next new year can avail themselves of this op Â¬ portunity by addressing this office Sick in the Hospital arzaiE- or writing to li G Iioyle 526 Rev Father W E Gorey pas- Third street Louisville Oils tor of the Church of the Good Cheap Kates 8011th Shepherd has been in the hospital Will save you mon y nn Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths On February 5th the Kentucky in Louisville for several weeks un1 Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Midland will sell tickets to a great der medical treatment and Rev Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc many points in Father OBrien is filling his pulpit fare for the roundthe south at one 334 MAIN STREET Account trip during hi absence Land Seekers Excursions CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS FRANKFORT i i I I Prof Hicks the St Louis GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub weather prophet who in his predictions hit the weather for FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 2 1895 last month pretty close makes the following forecast for February A Green Old Age Let us hope he will miss it by a Dr J Russell Hawkins of this wide margin for if all he says of county was ninety years old on this month comes to pass the best vveaneuay ana me occasion was thn tQ do OW Js hunJ a hoe nd I OK CINCINNATI O will be at the IN LEXINUTON KY Saturday Fbruary 2 1895 Saturday Jbebru ry 161895 Saturday Mtrch 2 1895 Saturday Maroh 16 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without operation una wltn little or no pain suraic fri i I 1 TrKWne JlHD W Ml JE C E COLLINS Hardware 3Ht Crique Germ Proof Filter Â¬ The Best And Cheapest Fil FOR RENT ter In Use Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Will Make The As - Muddiest Water Crystal Â¬ 1 -- FN FLOWER ESole Agent Ann Street J A OLD JUDGE HAVE YOU TRIED Â¬ Artie better than any piourimported to this Try it and Patronize Home Industry M A COLLINS j I -- H a MATTEMT Hardware Harness Paints Â¬ irhotogiaiber Wall Paper Glass Â¬ O M WW M M fe Ml JKSCmMmjm jc9l We are still in the ring 18 9 5 IMESLlTEHIIICX3r We propose to show you the best assorted stock of For the coming season to be found in the city When in nerd of anything in our line call and see us and our prices will speak for themselves Respectfully SHOES and HATS riding frantically up and down ducking their heads brandishing their weapons shout ing and yelling their wild war whoops Their bodies were naked and themselves and horses glaring ly painted Gillem at once ordered a halt of his command and divining that the Indians contemplated an immedi Â¬ ate attack he ordered the men to dismount lay down behind the numerou hills with gopher which the country abounded and to reserve their fire until the enemy were close upon them In few moments the Indians came 1 like red devils sounding their savage war whoops and with reck- Â¬ less bravery dashing up to within - FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Dais FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 2 180f PIONEER TjIFE IX THE WEST Massacre tit Fort Whitman Neal Gillcm Exchange or Prisoners Beginning of Cay use War Indian Battles BY S R S Chapter II In the fall of 1846 another emigration that came over the plains got belated and a portion of them stopped at Whitman Station in Whilst the Umatilla Valley broke out there the measles amongst them and extended to the Cayuse Indians who formed the principal portion of the inWhithabitants at the station man was a Methodist missionary and in his rough way a sort of He undertook to treat doctor the Indians who were sick giving them medicine but some of them This led the so treated died Indians to believe that he gave them poison so they formed a conspiracy and savagely murdered Whitman and his wife with the male emigrants and made prisoners of the women taking the young women as wives The only ones who escaped this onslaught Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twenty five steps of Gillems force Their fire seemed directed at the lated Suddenly Leaving a small force to hold largest sized men the fort Gillem began his expedi- along Gillems line a flash of fire tion making the first camp at broke forth a pitiless hail of bulDeshutes river Next day while lets swept through the dusky following the river the advance ranks killing many and wounding Some of the dead were guard was suddenly assaulted by more the Indians and so scattered that quickly lassoed by their comrades some of them did not reach camp and dragged away but m my of till after night Pursuing rapidly the dead and seven or eight woundon the trail of the Indians the ed were Jeft in Gillems hands Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ on Columbia river this side Cascade mountains and a fort erected Here the provisions were stored Some days were spent in drilling the force organiz ing for active operations and locating the enemy the scouts of the Indians watching their maneuvers from the tops of the distant hills Pickets were put out and a squad placed as a guard over the horses The Indians had also placed a herd of horses a half mile out Some of Gillems men seeing the latter band and suppos ing they belonged to the camp started to drive them in They were quickly intercepted by the Indians and every man massacred their clothing stripped from them and their bodies frightfully muti Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ war sign- Â¬ Â¬ were a man named Canfield whose wife was taken prisoner another named Craig and a son of Whit- Â¬ These fled to the William man ette Valley and the settlements and conveyed news of the massa- Â¬ cre Among the settlers who heard the story was Neal Gillem the old fighter who drove the Mormans from Nauvoo and later took part He in the Florida Seminole war raised a company of 400 at once or 500 men to revenge the massaFrazer enlisted under his cre command It was deemed best however before the march was begun to get back the prisoners by barter if possible So a small party was sent over to Vancouver to get batteaux and load them with guns provisions blankets c as articles of beads paints These were taken to purchase Fort Walla Walla and after some negotiation the Indians agreed to surrender the captives taking the Canfieldss goods in exchange wife and two Misses Buell handsome girls were among those surrendered Gillem then organized his force at once for active operations having among his equipment a small six The batteaux pound cannon were loaded with provisions and floated to the foot of the Cascade falls the men going horseback t Head thq same point by land quarters were established at the Â¬ Â¬ force was led into a narrow canyon The dead were scalped according on Deshutes river Here the to the barbarian custom of the Indians suddenly appeared in frontier The fire of the Indians large numbers on the hills above was so high that not a man of them and began a rapid fire with Gillems force was killed and only a their carbines or smooth bores few wounded At the sudden and Gillem quickly detached- - a detail deadly volley the Indians fled out In a short time they to hold the horses dismounted his of range for another and ordered a charge up the seemed prepared men hill The fire of the savages charge when the cannon opened was doing little damage being upon them This with the loss too high one man only being of a prominent chief named Five In a short Crows who was thought to be killed in the assault time the Indians were forced back fatally wounded arrested further from the hills and retreated out of attacks Desiring to reach water as gun shot remaining on horseback Gillems quickly as possible Gillem re- Â¬ watching in groups That night sumed his march force in the day Gillem de- camp was made eight miles from Later tached a company under command the Umatilla river the men restDuring the of a settler named Maxem to go ing on their arms back mount their horses go up day the Indians had marched parthe valley sqme distance and make allel with them and at night their a flank movement on the Indians camp fires were distinctly visible IO HE CONTIMJH This was neatly accomplished Next day the Umatilla river was without the knowledge of the foe reached and the following night and Maxems force suddenly ap- Â¬ was passed without molestation peared on the hills to the rear Among Gillems force was a The Indians supposed the new band of friendly Dais Indians en Awarded These body to be a re enforcement of listed for the campaign Highest Honors Worlds Fair their own and sent out a party brutalt savages on the firt night to meet them in a friendly way of the ca up on the Umatilla river Getting near enough to discover killed and scalped the five prison the character of the new arrival ers So intense was the feeling the savages suddenly turned and among the border men at previous fled Gillem at the same time Indian atrocities that this act was ordered a charge in front when permitted to go unpunished the enemy broke and scattered in Next day the march was re every direction sumed along the bank of the Resuming the march Gillem Umatilla river and the second clay finally reached the Cayuse coun- Fort Whitman the scene of the Every try On its borders on the hills massacre was reached the Indians were gathered in large building had been burned includ MOST PERFECT MADE force apparently a thousand of inir a small tiriht mill and the ttmMM ambw At Tnr41P DftltllAt l The bodies of the murdered that had Hum AmmLi AimnrnnnthMarfnitprant them bucks and squaws uw v w niiuui bucks began at ionce making the been thrown into a shallow ditch 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ had been dragged outj by the cayotes and devoured Parts of limbs glistening bones and frag ments of half eaten flesh lay scat- Â¬ Condensed News tered around making a horrible Stories and repuNive spectacle Mrs Miscellany Whitmans head covered with Womens Depart ment long red hair was found and recog Childrens Department nized by her son The evidences Agricultural Department of the massacre were gathered Political Department together and decently interred Answers to Correspondents Several days were spent in the erection of a new fort piles being Editorials driven in the bottomjof a ditch and the dirt filled in around them WILL BE FOUND IN THE Near Fort Whitman the country of the Nez Perces or Flatheads weekly Courier Journal the Walla Walla and Cayuse In- Â¬ A ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HfcNRY WATTERSON Is the fcUitor dians conjoined They had inter-Â¬ married among each other and j PRICE 100 A YEAR The Nez were on friendly terms Th WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes rerces WHO nau not participated liberal terms to agents Sample copies of the immemlm Supplement sent tee to any in the massacre were absent on a Dunalo nunt ana tneir return COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY was awaited by Gillem in order to Louisville Ky ascertain their future intentions In a few days several hundred of them fine looking warriors put in an appearance and a flag AND THE of truce was sent out to them About 200 under a chief named Weekly courier Journal Ellis responded to the flag leaving their weapon behind at WUI be sent one yearn any address for Z0P the suggestion of Gilkm A circle was formed on the open prairie the chiefs and a selected body of the troops composing the group The pipe was passed from mouth CAVt At d I Mil MAKKS jW to mouth each takinya ev whins COPYRIGHTS In the talk that followed Gillem For CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT opinion write to assured the savages that he only prompt answer and an honest nearly fifty yean MUNN dc CO who have bad experience In the patent business Communica wanted the Cayuse that were en tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In vhich gaged in the massacre formation concerning Patents and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ free being accomplished he wmid take ical and scientific books sentMunn Co recelre Patents taken through To special notice In the Scientific Amerlcnn with and his men from the country thus are brought widely before the public paper this the Nez Perces agreed when out cost to the Inventor This splendid far the Issned weekly elegantly Illustrated has by work In the conference broke up Subse- Â¬ largest circulation of any scientificsent free the world 83 a year Samnlft copies Building Kdltion monthly KUOayea Walla Walla Indians copies us cents Every number contains Bingie quently the beau tlful plates In colors and DhotosrDh of new agreed not to oppose the whites houses with plans enabling lullders to show the secure contracts Address After the friendlv smoke a feast latest designs andNew York 3til Bboadwat MUNN A CO fs and of beel was given the chit their followers of which they I N TIME TABLE greedily partook A M A M P II P M While the negotiations were SOUTH on So No 21 No 23 going on the Cayuse Indians were rapidly driving their stock from Lv Lexington 845 156 615 901 YnriiHllton 212 638 hey owned large the country U17 Midway 227 60 925 Spring Station 235 6 7 of cattle and mny horsts herds 950 551 300 720 Kmnkfnrt n c 1023 617 l iiivriiH in uihc iii B iKdutl 333 71 oeeing uieir lOHS 634 3491 808 Pletsurevllle force succeeded in capturing all 1014 641 3571 813 Eminence 1115 707 Liusraime 425 838 they could y their hands on 1135 733 PeweeValey 448 855 Â¬ BEST ROUNDABOUT W Si I 1 Anchorage Ar LoulsUUe 11441715 1219 812 M 456 520 M 903 935 M A P M NORTH Lv P P No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 LouisvillLiwaiiue e- Â¬ Anulioraije P wee Vallny 77 73i Kinliiiuv DR Bigilal Frankfort Spring SMtion Mhlwnv Ar Lexington PUMsurevlIlt 10 21 811 824 850 926 911 919 410 433 48 515 542 635 620 654 705 7SH 5f0 6 05 1015 11155 Mm BAKING POWDffi -- Yarnallton 21 1111 1130 1005 758 806 825 855 920 929 946 330 402 410 428 450 456 509 535 559 606 621 640 M v1 stop at Anchorage and Ohritianrbnrg for for paieiigora Lexington and points hoyond Noe 17 li and 21 conueot at Lagrange or Cincinnati nob 10 and 21 connect a 4 nnlirr4iM for Hloon filri Hriuwh No will Donl Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Li IV Away Tlu t titliful startling title of it liok about No to biio tlu onl lmrmltiri rritvviKKi tobacco-habit cure If ou ant to unit and cant Â¬ llruv up nlcotiiil l nerves ue eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gain stronutli weight ami vigor Positive cure or mot e relumkii druggists or mailed free Address Hook at Tlie Sterling Bemedy Co Chicago 45 Handnlpli Oct 0 ly S New York 10 Spruce St m jjsl isVlJwBnBWrcaijIuslK SSBELriiijjiiiT9igw trfl i ffcgrrww3 mMMFWVW vfjjrlff1 WfmVrmrrir - Vi - Garland OAKS tike costxst olk awcgai j With Perfect Ash Pan ii tiii juKuam CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T liKLioiors - BUCKLEY 8 MARSHALL CO fc In ovir- IJoiiiembruiiec of My bids and bidders jobs and jobbery Wire Aiinii M Snurord who inside work and shares in profit DKmI Mnv 2 J ISiKi ami Tay- Â¬ Baptist ChiHCH Rev W vide Lexington Two Lit t h Unites Tliut lor the pastor will conduct public When these things have to be Sleep Side bv Side at Hit IYet worship at both services to morrow faced it is better that the city at 11 and 730 be removed a little further from HERE Sunday school in the Chapel at 30 the fday when ballot box frauds Gone fiom tlu bloom pd the irlutnesi a in done trom the tight and the cheer exist as a part of the machinery Gone trom the love that was closest of city elections and office tenure Gouelioiii tne It its that were dear CnmsTiAX Church Rev Georjre OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET On tolls the world with 1th singing depends on such sickening basis Its pilac mi wltu itswoik ml Darsie preaches at 11 on True Char Â¬ But Ill not meet again with my darling Dont put up a premium for vote In all the world einpt and wide ity and at 730 on Almost Per- Â¬ stealers and their abettors to strive suaded Untie the od they lime laid hi A six soom for Wait awhile till the house is WAT Hallowed a chamber of vest rfsi Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m UXt Xlllm JL deuce on Clinton street Neer in niyarins Ill fold lur swept and disinfected and honest or he clasped to lie r dear lolug brwut Business meeting of Senior EndeaStill are thn teet that mowil ever YOU A FRAME COTelections and the good of the IURGUN vor Society at 7 p m On errands of mercy and grace 500 WILL BUYrooms on hecoud street- property tsHouse propertyIS onOFFERED IN THE 3 Malt Mero street This Down In the glcoin and the Mdness the supreme law South Side tiiRe of citizens becomes Both Junior and Senior Societies well equipped for malting or would Hidden lis dearly loved lace make a line waiehouse or manufacturing estabTax Anti will unite in the celebration of Enlishment Cone and the home Is fo drear deavor Day at the First Presbyterian my heart N mi fciu FARM FOR SALE Gone and done trom the paths that she brightened TTDT RnirTST0IiKR0031 ONSEC- Church at 4 p m Aje with a triiuiull content ond Mieet South Side Sunday school meets at fl30 A 1lo shall I Mm on without her OFFER OF WE110 teres FOR SALE ttie KINK FARMturn- ot the da How reach the end Georgetown ty situated on duknes lme withered pineH nines 110111 traiiKtort Shmox and nty hush very pro desolate wa Rev Father Thick oie ductive liiiul ls well Improved abundantly sup Catholic Church plied with water and Is especially adapted to OBrien will conduct the services at stock raisins Ihe neighborhood Is excellent ovir there churches and schools convenient and all sur Church of the Good Shepherd toroundings attractive 7 E O FFER FOR SA LE A FARM OF 1G0 ACRES Entered the Mansions ot J lory morrow Vr of line tobacco land near Forks ot Elk riate In tholi Mini of o t Walking the highway if llenen horn 2a acres sod broken this jear leaving the Low mass at 730 a m High mass ttod 125 r nisomeil Real Estate Agents TITT Â¬ r ForSale i Â¬ Â¬ pPU5 Â¬ Â¬ Tobacco Land Â¬ Â¬ 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Irte fiom the blighting of sorrow staining of Flee wheie the lime Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will conduct the services to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Church p m Union Meeting of Christian Endeavor Societies at 4 oclock in the Â¬ sin Pure from the White after great tiibulnilons City within Klul the Fair Satisfied there with the Saviour Past nil the toll and the caie Never atraln to be burdened Xpver it heartache to bear Young with a freshness Immortal Glad with a rapture untold Strong with a life never ending The are home in the City ol iold Soul in thy glorious raiment Friend in thy radiance of oy Praises and bllsslul thanksgiving Now all thy power employ How shall I wait till I meet thee How I jeurn forthediy M hen lorth from the gloom and darkness I too shall be beckonedawav H H 260 ACRE FARM acres m HHfS Fur terms call at remili lnu our odlce or on u 0 Church agent on the premises FINE IANI WITH JOOD IMPROVE meiits situated near Forks or Klkhorn Is offered lor sale This tarm Is well adapted to stock laisiin or will raUe line tobacco as well as all othercrops suited tor this climate Will sell on easy payniints RCC yww fo WILL BUY 5 A roomsion EistMi In street FRAME COTTAGE OF Sanfohi afternoon Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the lecture room jMethouist Church Rev F S Pollett the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 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 Dentil- Hope Crus bed to Kaitb Will rise again In the bosom of t dspeptlc wise enough to substitute for the pseudo tonics which have bamboozled lilm out ol his belief In the possibility of cure the real in vlgorant and i toiiiachlc Hostetters Stomach Bitters The bilious the nervous the djspep Southern Presbyterian Church tlc the rlieuirnttc alike derive speed benefit from this helpful botanic medicine Persons suffering from Indigestion will gain no positive permanent good from the Her uiiinedliuted stimulant of commerce too otten used reckless Â¬ ly The Bitters Is Immeasurable to be preferred to these as a tonic since Its pureotbasis is niodi Â¬ vegetable In lledby the conjunction with It gredients of Hie highest remedlcal excellence remedied by It and It Malaria Is prevented and A wlne Infuses vigor Into the weak and slckl gbsstul thre tin es a da Is the average dose Dont AVant It taken itls pleasant ftjyrup of Figs aiid refreshing to the taste ami acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowela cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures liahitual Syrup of Figs is the conciliation remedy of its kind ever proonly duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt 111 its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the mot herd thy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular reined v known Hvrun of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who cists may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it is Â¬ Both the method orc33 ENJOYS and results when ijlHAMK COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT Hill This property will be soid cheap and on ver easy payments only a small cash weekly lEoir Sale 1 Rflfi WILL OljOUU150of rooms by with lot feel 7 BUY A BRICK RESIDENCE on Holmes street on East Main I71AT O T Tl WE OFFER FOR SALE double DlXi OAJJTjat aa bargain frame cottage stret 4 payment being required with the balance paid Â¬ FOR SALE SEVEN GARDEN FARM mime rooms ana mi other necessary located on good turnpike road Krankrort Is offered for sale desirable property Â¬ TETWEEN TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE U river are offered for sale on easy terms These lots are on a uood twenty foot street and adjoin Judge Dianes propel tj I ACRES WITH cottage of four improvements two miles from This Is very FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES cated 8 miles Irom Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there Is 11 brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 room a tenement of four rooms and nil other necessary Improvements This land is In a high state of cultivation the improvements are In tine condition and In order to make a quIcK sale will be offered at a bargain A GREAT BARGAIN lund at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo-Â¬ cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly payments to the right party If not sold Immediately will rent at a low tlgure OFFERED FRAME ISresidence of IN A NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two A FINELY Lo- Â¬ Â¬ substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORKNY LOUISVILLE KY 9 liditor Roundabout The proposition of Councilman Wiwtkhousk James Phillip Marsha to issue 50000 in bonds brick son of Mr James Whitehouse for the construction of prove ac- Â¬ is not likely to died at the home of his parents streets to tax payers ceptable near this city on Monday night The reasons are plain and obvi- Â¬ little fellow ous and easily stated The aged six years The present tax rate is 1st a sufferer for some time had been higher than it should be with from an abcess upon the brain economy in the administraand on Monday a surgical oper- proper city affairs Instead of tion of ation was performed upon him the rate should 40 per annum When the in hopes that it would afford not exceed Si 25 relief but death followed in a few ability to pay becomes a recog hours after The afflicted parents nied factor then the property have the sympathy of a ar2e owner can more easily pay 140 circle of friends and relatives thanjSi 25 now 2d It is not business like nor Kopiibllcan Committee reasonable to set about adding to when tims are out The Republican County Com public burdens business at a stand still of joint mittee will meet at the Capita money going out and none Hotel on Monday next February coiring in and distressed human4th at 230 p in ity is daily begging charity to keep Wait wolf from the door O W O Hardman Sheriff or Tyler the till matters are Co W Va appreciates a good thing Mr Councilmen and does not hesitate to say so He looking up instead of down and was almost prostrated with a cold public spii it and enterprise when ho procured a bottle of Cham Â¬ when can be backed up by ability to berlains Cough Remedy Ho says It gave me prompt relief I find it pay without incurring distress to be an invaluable remedy for construction of 150 3d For sale by Pun 00b The coughs and colds worth of brick streets involve Oarpknter South Side druggfst 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 J mWO FRAME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS This Is irood X each on Taylor avenue STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OK GROOMS property and will be sold on easy payments to TWO Lewis street with lot 53 by 10G feet This tw right party If you are Interested come quick Is very valuable propertj FORSALE L B FOR SALE C THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 0SW IOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE reckivkhs MARSHALL 17 CO R R Tile ONLY ONE NIGHTS HIDE Ms Limited MEMPHIS F m LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN MEMPHIS VICKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS IT mlln It metni th tliQinm nd Cretf nt BmiU Is Cincinnati tWIcit to Jllr nil Li xliiKtuiii SJinllc ilmrtent between Cmclniutl mlnnlmm HO iniUuhurtiat Cincinnati t New flrlcaniji W mlln ihorte JlurlJa or Jtkonvlll Cincinuati to LhuttauuoguAtlunU SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS Tlirmidh Pr tii Vlokahiira anl Wimt telwetn M Knuxrilla wJ tort Duly linu ruiiniiiK ilirouirli mr Ciiieiiinili U Ni w OtWhm or lino to TixhuiM Jli xltu N C Aihefil Dirtt Auk agents nbout tour U CulirrnU I nm IiiuHf llli via Shrtveixirt Khellivrlilu 11ml I nimrF illrn t iMiuntliii is nuJu at UxluKtuo nit of tie olxivu jolntK Â¬ South and Southwest in UliwlMjltruiIHuUhouin tionl Rates Tickets and all Information furnished bj Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address Ijir nNKAnv Ai iut C nutl O W TrivellngPasB Agent J MoBRIDE Louisville fe CUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTC 2 Executes neatly promptly Â¬ Ky General Passenger Agent Louisville Kr T BLYNOH The Roundabout Job Printing Sm bjiiiiiiiit aitniii iiiiiii1i wiiiiMiiii -- ij0p 4- - fff-- BPPPWw fcW IJfp 1 v5 kTfipf7 1 WE ARE READY FOR YOU - With the biggest lines of goods to be found in the county store and factory are chock full of all kinds of Our VEHICLES HARNESS ROBES BLANKETS PLOWS OF ALL KINDS P And a general line of Implements And for cash you can buy more Try us goods from us than any firm on earth KY BUGGY Â¬ Â¬ HHRNESS WORKS Epperson 18 E S Coleman 9 Larkin Samuel 17 Sam 0 Rich ardson II and Thos J Mayhall The trustees were sworn in 15 by E S Coleman justice of the peace and elected J j Vea1- as chairman For the office of clerk Messrs Austin P Cox and Wil- Â¬ liam N Pettit were placed in nomination and on a vote being taken Messrs Epperson Hensley and Samuel vote for Pettit and Messrs Vest and Graham for Cox Mr Pettit was declared elected was sworn in and entered upon Mr Cox the duties of his office was elected assessor and E S Mr Cox Coleman treasurer failed to accept the office of as sessor and Mr Coleman was made assessor as well as treasurer April 16 Jas Williams allowed an account frr cleaning out well A well ornear Ben Hensley1 dered dug on Mr Eppersons or Vests lot at the junction of Steele and Third streets Front or Water sireet from Main to the terminaAugust 29 John Arnold ap- tion of said street in the Kenpointed tax collector for the year tucky river near the abutment of Twenty five dollars appropriated the late floating bridge was sold out of the taxes of the year to be to Ben Hensley for 25 in specie added to the fund already in the Common- Â¬ equal to 28 56 hands of Geo W Graham for the wealth paper purpose of making a passable way was given May 14 Leave Mrs unanimously Mrs Mary Hum Â¬ over the revene between Humphreys and the corner of phreys Philip Swigert and John John H Hannas property pro- Â¬ Milam to use Ewing street as a Ben vided the Bridge Company also road leading to their ferry Upon the Hensley was given perrpission to appropriate 50 Bridge Company doing so the work and use Steele street as a town agreed to appopriate 100 road to his ferry on the Kentucky more for the same purpose paya- Â¬ river ble in annual installments df 25 Notice of appeal May 10 with 6 per cent interest meeting ordered published in Ken No rfther meetings were held tuckian and Commentator July 14 Austin P Cox was e 9th day of February W Gwin re- - elected clerk for the balance of 2 when Geo Parts of Murray and jigned as clerk and Austin P Cox the year was elected to succeed him and Fowler streets and various alleys on the 1 6th Joseph Brown was were sold to Charles S Morehead H Wickersham profor 86 elected treasurer March 2 Charles Cully Thos posed to flag any walk three feet wide for eight cents per foot run J Mayhall and John Arnold were allowed account for patrolling ning measure and Messrs Hensley George W Gwin paid his salary and Vest were appointed a com mittee to select a walk and conWickersham of 10 as clerk Gray allowed an account of 25 tract with him for the work Harry Mordecai Setember S for making a road between the of 1050 bridge and Mrs Humphreys to was allowed an account him to wall a be paid in specie J S Arnold re for rock hauled by turned a delinquent list containing well at J J Vests corner but tilled up names of numerous persons owing which was afterwards allowed 1850 taxes ranging in amount from 45 Micajah Goins was for work done on well near John to 95 cents which was received Sampson a man March 10 George W Grahm II Hannas for digging Benjamin Hensley John J Vest of color allowed SS5 well near Vests Joel Scott Daniel Epperson and Larkin a for making a wheel There was allowed Samuel elected trustees Vest lot for pump on J J seems to have been quite a con Neel appointed collector test as the follow return of the Stephen for the town tax vote the first the minutes show December 12 Thos Shockley would indicate John T Edgar 15025 for making side received 15 votes Ben Hensley allowed iS Geo W Graham 20 John J walks as per account rendered Vest 17 John H Hanna 8 Daniel W N Pettits account for service Â¬ Â¬ Property holders given the privilege of paying their taxes to the What the Town Trustees Did treasurer those doing so being In Old Times allowed a discount of 10 per cent Tjtirkiii Samuel Gets Teft at One E S Coleman paid five dollars Election but Wins by a Nose for his services as assessor at the Next George W Gwin appointed treasStreets and Alleys Sold by the urer Wholesale October 19 Account of Jas Williams for digging and walling The old record book becomes a well on Second street 57 feet more interesting as we progress deep at two dollars a foot was with our reprint of the proceedallowed and Mr Walston was ings an i new names appear some allowed ten dollars for removing a of which have passed out of said well memory but others are familiar bank of earth around November 20 Geo W Gwin to not only the present residents collect taxes of 1829 of the city but of the whole State appointed to and allowed 15 per cent We give below another chapter and 1830 on the amount collected as comcovering three years pensation J J Vest appointed March 6 1830 Benjamin Hens to contract with Samuel Vanpelt ley John H Hanna C S Bibb to put a pump in the well lately J J Vest and Larkin Samuel Vest dug by Williams were elected trustees December 4 Account of Sam was elected chairman at the oruel Vanpelt for putting pump ganization of the board on the stock and irons complete in well 13th and Larkin Samuel clerk near the property of J H Hanna The stated meetings were fixed on and C P Bacon amounting to the first Saturday in each month 568 was allowed at 4 oclock p m at the bridge February 12 1831 The busitoll house ness of the year closed up numApril 3 E S Coleman elected among erous accounts allowed assessor and Geo W Graham them one for two dollars in specie treasurer for the year of James Williams for covering June 12 Account of James well near the property of John H Williams for repairs made on Hanna and C S Todd pump at sundry times amounting March 5 James W Denny to five dollars Allowed John H Hanna John J Vest June 19 Appeal meeting order- Samuel Q Richardson and George ed advertised by two insertions in W Graham elected truitees and the Commentator sworn into office by James ShanAugust 20 Massie Franklins non justice of the peace John account for work done on Mrs chairVest was elected Mitchells spring amounting to John J George W Gwin rlerk and man 20 ordered paid in Commonassessor and John J Vest treasurwealths paper The application the first time since tf Charles Miles for a reduction of er 8 For the Samuel drops out of 18 Larkin valuation of property overruled The minute list of officers the It was ordered that a tax of ten are now written in a hand so r and fifty cents be collected for the that a blind man can almost years 1829 and 1830 William F een which anyone who has McQuiddy appointed collector f jams August 27 The contract made the handwriting befoMpwill at once pronounce as that of Squire by the chairman with James- Wil Gwin and written with his inevliams for digging and walling a itable quill pen new well in Second street opposite April 27 John Baltzell as sethe property of C P Bacon and C curity of Wm T McQuiddy late S Todd was approved August 28 The collector given collector made settlement with power to distrain for taxes due the board executing his note for 6445 tne balance due the town and unpaid for the years 1828 by McQuiddy i82g and 1830 May 14 George VV Gwin apSeptember 6 Samuel Vanpelt pointed a committee to contract allowed an account of 5062 for work done on public well for cleaning out well near the Win FMcOuiddy tendered his property of John H Hanna and bond as collector with James Chas P Bacon and for repairs on Downing as security which was bridge on Steele street neat accepted Ambrose Wickersham property of Daniel Epperson and Geo W Gwin as was allowed an account for 678 J J Vest assessor returned his book of as for work done in the town September 13 W F McQuid sessment showing the total tax dy ordered at once to settled his able value of property in the account as collector his power to town to be 13615 which was The tax rate on each received collect taxes revoked and he di 100 worth of prperty was raised rected to turn over list of uncollected taxes to the treasurer to 15 cents but the poll tax was Â¬ SOUTH FllANTCFOKT Â¬ JJ Â¬ Daniel Epperson left at 50 cents ordered to open the alley running through in rear of his property from Shelby to Steele street and remove obstructions in said alley so as to afford a convenient pass All of which way for wagons Uncle Daniel failed to do and the alley is still unopened June 22 Property holders allowed a discount of 10 per cent if they paid their taxes to the treasurer before the first of August July 25 Sdmuch of Third street as lay between lots Nos 334 336 and 217 with slips back of of lots 217 and 335 and two alleys running between the lots in the vicinity were sold under an act of the Legislature allowing such sale to be made to James W Denny for 25 in specie said amount to be kept by George W Graham as a fund for repairing Second street between Mrs Humphreys resiSice and the bridge The deed to thetreet and alleys sold is made part of the record Â¬ Â¬ as clerk amount p3id Keenon for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 -- Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ JJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hooppoles fur Â¬ nished for well and amount paid Dana and J B Marshall for ad vertising amounting in all to 12 was allowed The ends 37 ot Murray and Fowler streets north of Second and Water street from Logan to where it ends in the river with the alleys lying between Water and Second streets were sold to William Woods for 70 and that part of Murray and Fowler streets which lies between Second and Third and one half of Second street east of Logan with the three alleys which lay east of Logan and between Second and Third were sold to Edmond H Taylor for 93 February 27 11833 The alley between lots 155 and 152 sold to Philip Swigert for 12 Massie Franklin was the father of Mr Walter Franklin and has only been dead some ten or fifteen Geo W Gwin was for a years long time in the hardware business in this city and a magistrate for many years in this district in whom all parties had the utmost confidence and he was re elected every four years regardless of which party was in the ascendant and died in office in 1881 Jas Shannon was a saddler and had his shop in a frame house wlrch stood where the dry goods store Co of Messrs S D Johnson He too was a magis Â¬ now stands He lived trate for many years until several years after the war He was an uncle of Mr W S Dehoney John Batzell was a hatter and the grandfather of Mr He was in busi- Â¬ John B Meek ness for years and years on the corner where the State National Bank now stands Daniel Epper- Â¬ son was a carpenter and lived for a long time in a house which stood where Miles elevator now stands He finally sold this place and went back to South Frankfort to live in the large frame house on Camp- Â¬ bell street just west of Mrs Susan where he McGrews residence buried in the yard died and was T J Mayhall whom we all remem- Â¬ ber as he only died within the last year was a house painter and a great fiddler in his younger days playing for all the dances and picnics gotten up by the young people John T Edgar was a a doctor Presbyterian Minster of divinity who was the pastor of the First Presbyterian Church when the church building stood on Wapping street where the Catho He died lic Church now stands Tennessee during or in Nashviile just alter the close of the war Micajah Goins was the lather of the late Capt Sanford Goins Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder -- treasurers book l Â¬ A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder W nhtAjpfaV J R XI CRUTCHER Otic large lot Childien Double bieasted Suit jjood strong goods 5i 15 One lot ill wool Double breasted Gray Cheviot Suits ages 6 to 13 99 33 Childrens Dak Gray Cheviot Suits new styles only S3 32 Childrens Dark Steel Double breasted Cassimcre Suits ages 6 to 14 only 1 STARKS to 10 70c were Si Boys Kip Red Top School Boots sizes 8 to 10 49c wcie Si Misses and Boys Grain School Shoes sizes 11 to 2 90c were Si 25 Ladies Spring Heel Shoes button sizes 21 to 7 Si were St 50 Ladies Calf Skin lull stock button sizes 2A to 7 Si 15 were Si 50 Ladies Lace full stock calf skin sizes 2 to 7 Si were Si 50 Ladies Kd Shoes patent tip opera toe sizes 21 to 7 85c were Si 25 Ladies Kid Spring Heels patent tip sizes 2Y to 7 Si 15 were Si 50 Ladies Kid Patent Tip Heel Shoes sizes 2 to 7 Si 15 were St 50 Ladies Fine French Kid button Bernards mike hand seved only 3 50 were S5 Misses Very Fine Kid Shoe plain toe sizes 12 to 2 Si 50 were S2 50 Misses High Cut Fine Kid patent tip sizes to 2 175 were S3 Ladies Rubbers only 20c Ladies Fine Rubbers 40 to Co cents Ladies Arctics cut to 85c Boys Buff Shoes sizes 3 to 5 90c were Si 25 Boys Dress Shoes sizes 3 to 5 Si 15 were Si 50 Boys Heavy Hoots sizes 12 to 13 90c were Si 50 t Boys Heavy Boots sizes I to 4 S125 were 2 Mens Strong Buckle Brogans 95c were Si 25 Mens Fine Shoes all sizes lace and Congress St 20 were 150 Mens Fine Calf Skin Shoes all sizes S225 were S3 Mens Fine Cork Sole Shoes all sizes S2 were S3 Mens Fine Hand Sewed Full Stock French Calf lace and Congress S4 w ere 8 1 1 ft fl NEW TARIFF CASH PRICE LIST CLOTHING lotrrwn i Childrens Grain School Shoes sizes SHOES 1 t 13 S3 50 were 6 30 Childrens Blue Tricot Double breasted Suits iges 6 to 13 only S5 wereS50 21 Childrens Black Clay Diagonal Suits ajcs 6 to 15 only 6 were S9 and Sjo 75 Boys Long Pants Suits ages 13 to 19 go at 250 were S3 50 50 Boys Long IantsSuils ages 13 to 19 go at S3 50 were S5 and 6 12 Boys Long Pants Suits corkscrew ages 9 to 12 go at 250 were 4 50 Boys All Wool Double breasted Suits light colors ages 14 to 19 5 were 30 S225 Childrens Jeisey Suits 2 to S275 were S3 50 and S4 36 Childrens Double bieasted Black Cheviot i niits ages 6 to 14 S5 and 14 Boys Dark Gray Cassimcre Double breasted Suitsages 14 to 195 were S8 54 B ys Black Clay and Cheviots line goods S7 50 uvre S 5 64 Mens Good Strong Suits go at 4 37 Mens AH Wool Suits go at S5 were SS 23 Mens Brown and Gray Cheviot Suits S7 50 were Si 2 30 Mens Black Cheviot Suits S6 were Sio 28 Mens Black Cheviot Suits fine goods Sio were SiS 28 Mens Black Clay Sack Suits S9 were Si 5 27 Mens Black Clay Frock Suits finest goods Si 2 50 were SiS and S20 33 Mens Black Clay Sacks and Frocks finest goods Si 5 were S22 and 25 1 S750 and Sio were S18 7 were Si 2 S2 were S3 Si 50 wereS250 3oO 500 pairs Mens BEST JEANS PANTS only 85c 150 pairs Mens Satinet Pants only Si- S15 20 were S30 S 12 5 were 3 OVERCOATS were S20 vereS5 56 SioandSi2 Mens Mens Mens Mens S650 Arctics Arctics Rubber Rubber better grade Si were Si 25 Boots Si 75 were S250 Boots pebble leg S225 were S3 65c were 90c jr KSB12S232S2S CrutcHer TO OUR DOG SNYDER staples KlilT Paragraphs From the West Side All A IjOUISVIJjLF Snyder youre a dear old mate friend as fast and true Beautiful as a bride adorned for come- Â¬ As ever met me at the gate her husband the modest and And bade me welcome through ly little village of Bellepoint gives There is no falsehood in your tongue her hand and heart to Frankfort No feign in your caress and pledges with pride and pur You stand nil living things among pose that their lives henceforth The prince of earnestness one shall be one of joint prosper ity if her queenly heart and clean I love you Snyder with a love That no man gave to me hands can make it so I hold your faithfulness above Bellepoint is no beggar nor l The faith of all I see From When fortune smiles you do not fawn does she shirk her duty the day when Montgomery Blair And seem tolove me more smoked his cob pipe in the log But when she frowns your love goes on dwelling i 11st back of Crutchers As even as before to the passage of the ordinance Ah dear old dog the best of men no dark spot rests on her brow j Are very seldom true nor skeleton hides in her closets But from my heart I say again Theres nothing false in you Common with other citizens And I have had it oft in mind those of Bellepoint are ready to When struggling through lifes bog share in the tax burden and it is To pray that all of humankind not unreasonable to provide that Might imitate a dog at an early date she shall have Ah Snyder when you come to die equal privileges for her homes Lights for her And close this earthly race and population lie No man shall scribe a streets water or her citizens and Above your resting tombstone place free delivery of her mails are But I will weep to see your flight reasonable and just And sore lament your end And oer your grave my hand shall More than Coo souls constitute write the gift our little city beyond the Here lies my truest friend two bridges makes to the mother With malice toward none and town charity to all I remain I tobacco mats- - I DURRUTT FURNISHED by LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE glover lLx Dandruff Kills taeze the MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to OAHD- just closed amount to 4658 hhds with receipts tor the same period 01 o3UW hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 16291 hhds Sales of the crop of 1894 on our market to this date amount to 24135 hhds Receipts and sales have been again extremely large this week and prices for new burley remain about the same as were current last week The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damaged 1 50 2 75 tobacco 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory Common lugs not colory 3 00 4 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory Sales on our market for the week w M the Hair cuiudmii iDcnnrrnv HIMDVES V CHICAGO r GLEANS THE EN And all Points NORTH and WEST SGALP AND trash 3 75 6 50 4 50 5 50 7 00 mis m mi For Sale by All ji TRA11E MAHK Vestibued Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Oars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodation For Further Information Address Common to medium leaf 6 004 10 00 10 00 13 CO Medium to good leaf 16 00 13 00 Good to fine leaf lugs 5 50 Druggists teb 10 ly 8181711 If 4 WftCruUJii KY OR Selector wrappery 16 00 20 00 Josiuli A lions AViiV Â¬ TABLERSniI BUCK EYE The famous authoress of My Opinstates ions and Betsy Bobbetts that she owes her freedom from colds and general good health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales Household Ointment which she re gards as the greatest medicine of the age Old Dr Hale having been her physician years ago gives her great confidence in all ot Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold remedies the best in the world Â¬ n rilllJ LOUISVILLE Jas Barker G P A Chicago IJ1 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE BIG FOOD ROUTE BEST REMEDY for PILES StiLD BY ALL DK1XGGI8TS PwtMidby SICBAISSOH HID CO8 LOOTS May 12 ly known for 15 years as the and CERTAIN CURS BEST LINE T AND FROM Miss Mary Todd who has been on a protracted visit to relatives in Louisville has returned to her S X Buck mark his Sold by PH Carpenter d CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Purlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Curs Warner Sleeping Cam and latest improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Curs magnlflclently furnished with toilet accessories In each corn pa tment 1 home at Lake Park The advent of the penny post over here yesterday riding in his whitewashed chafse created quite The affair was prea sensation sided over by Mr Louis Harriswho seemed indefatigable in his effort to please Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter latest and most approved Pianos First class nally and acts directly upon the blood tuned and repaired d mucous surface of the system references furnished Mrs Mary L Todd who has For terms free been visiting in T ovinrrtnn has re- - SendF or testimonials COm Toiedo o c aoply at 318 Clinton street J CHENEY turned home by all druggists 75 cents sfirsold prayer meeting was held at the house of Mr Crutcher and was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all The cottage S Lucas County Frank J Cheeney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said Arm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls catarrh cure Frank J Ohknky Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De- cember A 1 1880 Statu of Ohio City or Toledo 1ok Rent 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 itiitni- - Instruction J I08T IN QUANTITY BEST IN OUALI - WORMS olid Vestlbuled Trains with Rnrrt Pnriii Cars Elegant foache Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars I ST LOUIS BOSTON Tuning and Piano teacher of the vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES GRE1H FOR YEARS The only hrough Sleeping Car line from cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars Cin- Â¬ Henry Brady Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE DIM NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Car Wagner Sleeping Cars Elegant roaches und Dining Cars landing passengers In New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively SEAL W 1 I Notary Public UJJUiUUil guitar will give lessons in Sax- - GUARANTEED tons celebrated method SOLD BY May 12 ly AU DRUGGISTS FnptrM bw NO FERRY TRANSFER Â¬ Job work neatly executed at this office ko Mccormick Pass Traffic Manager Be sure your tickets read via BIO FOUR d b martin ienl Pars Ticket Agt CINCINNATI