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The VOL Frankfort Eomdaboft jY GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FJRANKFORT KY TERMS 100 In Advano NO 23 XVIII H SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1895 Latest U S Govt Report Â¬ b VI 7 h- - fe p V i F i divides the late residence of Mrs Sneed and Mr John W Rodman Elizabeth Mitchell from the pres John Campbell was the father of Proceedings r the Uoard of ent turnpike road and make re- Mi s Margaret Campbell and Mrs Trustees port O G Cates Danl Epper- Â¬ J H Williamson At the time of Part of Second Street Hold Side son and John Campbell appointed his death he was keeping the St Walks Built and Another commissioners to view the streets Clair street bridge Wm M AVell Dnp re- Todd was a brother of Mrs Mary and alleys and ascertain and will be seen from this chapter It port what streets and alleys be J Lewis and an uncle of Mr R longing to the town have been K McClure For many years he that each trustee generally looked improperlyor without the consent was in business where Mr R K after his immediate neighborhood of the improvements of the board closed up that the McClure now is He was a lead- Â¬ and that most g -- proper steps mav be forthwith ing member of the First Presbymade were generally where some side of signed as trustee and John Vaughan taken to remove the obstructions terian Church and Superintendent member of the board would be fence on the right hand A committee also appointed to t of the Sunday school He removed most benefited by the sme the street leading from aid turn- - elected to fill the vacancy Which March 12 1836 Chas S More- - with the county surveyor and sur jto Woodford county to live where Some new names come into the pike to E S Colemans board and list of officers while ditch shall terminate at and empty head John S Robson Geo W vey the town for the purpose of he died in 1865 and is buried the old veteran Larkin Samuel into the ravine or branch which Graham Edward S Coleman and ascertaining the exact location of here in the cemetery Philip Swi seems to have lost interest in town runs through L Batchelors lot Daniel Epperson elected trustees the streets and alleysas well as the gert was the grandfather of Mr J Chas S Morehead elected chair location of the lots according to Buford Hendrick and was for many affairs and is also lost sight of so below Daniel Eppersons house Geo W Gwin elected man Geo W Gwi clerk treas their numbers and plant stones at Circuit Clerk afterwards president July 12 far as the minutes show Daniel Epperson urer and assessor Lydall B icon the lour corners of the squares of the Farmers Bank and organHens assessor and March 2 8Benianvn ley C S Morehead J J Vest elected a trustee in place of John fsr collector Chas S Morehead so that purchasers and owners may ized the Deposit Bank of which he S Q Richardson and George VV Gayle who had removed from the as chairman authorized in behalf b enabled to ascertain the exact was president when he died in of the town to subscribe for five location and boundary of any and 1871 Graham were elected trustees J town - shares of stock in the new bridge September 20 Daniel Eppereery lot laid down on the plat of Littlebury Batchelor was the J Vest was elected chairman C G Graham clerk and E b Cole son havin i removed to he North proposed to be erected across the t le town O G Cates and Chas father of Mr Jas W Batchelor Side Willian S Pemberton was river at B Hensleys ferry pro S Moiehead appointed to draw who for a number of years was a man assessor June 22 Daniel Epperson was elected a trustee to fill the vacancy vided the company of said bridge up a code of by laws for the regu- - clerk in the Farmers Bank and elected a trustee to fill the vacancy Micajah Goins had an account al- will make a permanent road from jlation of the town The clerk City Clerk and grandfather of for repairing pump near the south end of said bridge to ordered to renew and draw off Mrs Snivels- of this city Wm ocrasioned by the removal of J lowed ap- Benjamin Hensleys James Wal intersect the new turnpike road the map of the town including iS Pemberton was a farmer who Vest from the town 100 J propriated to Hawkins Wickcr ston allowed 9 00 for filling up proposed to be made in the direc- Â¬ the Kentuckv river as it stands lived in the Pea Ride neighbor-sham for work done over the ra- well near J H Hannas gate tion of the old road running upon the old map North Frank- - hood and at one time had a cliffi- vine between Mrs Humphreys That part of Second street begin through South Frankfort fort as it stands upon said map culty with a man by the name of April 9 Geo W Gwin and to be omitted Twin Taverns and John H Hannas to be paid ning at the new turnpike roid and Philip Swigert Baker at the in installments of 25 with 6 per running back westwardly to the Daniel Epperson appointed a com- ordered to open a part of Main near Bridgeport in which Baker limits sold to Mrs Mary mittee to contract with W S Pem- Â¬ street which he had fenced up town was killed cent interest Ja L Duke was a berton for the purpose of enlargAugust 15 Ten dollars appro- Humphreys for 50 and the father of blackmith June 16 John Campbell em Concluded on third pnge Having made the sale the board ing and making deeper the ditch ployed to build a good substantial priated to repair and improve Todd street the work to be done seems to have taken a rest as the for carrying off the water along fence around and enclose the under the superintendence of E date of the next meeting is May the east side of John H Hannas spring known as Mrs Mitchells S Coleman The rate of taxation 19th 1835 when C S Morehead property spring to prevent the abuse of was fixed at 12 cents on the1 John S Robson John Campbell June 14 Geo W Gwin and said spring by stock or otherwise hundred with 50 cents as the poll and T J Mahall appear as trus- Daniel Epperson appointed to con- Â¬ Lydall Bacon sr appointed C G Graham resigned as tees tax John S Robson was made tract with Micajjh Goins for the marshal of the town and invested clerk Geo W Graham elected chairman G W Gwin clerk and digging of a well near the proper- - with power to enforce the laws chairman to fill the place of Mr Geo W Graham treasuter Wm ty of said Gwin and Epperson ad ordinances of the town The Vest and Geo W Gwin elected M Todd was elected trustee in Goins agreeing to dig and com- - tax rate was again fixed at 10 The chairman directed lo place of E S Coleman who de Â¬ plete the well insuring a plentiful cents on the hundred dollars clerk L i call on the treasurer for a state- - clined to act James L Duke supply of good water for fifty Bacon gave bond as collector ment of the situation of his ac was allowed an account of 225 dollars with R H Owen as mfv - J w February counts and the situation and for fixing pump irons An account 1837 Goins ac1 O G Cates December 9 of the Kentucky Penitentiary for count of fifty dollars for above authorized to institute proceed amount of the funds October 21 Thos J Mayhall 3 for repairing pump handle on work allowed Geo W Gwin ings and defend suits for the pro- Geo W the 25th of August 1832 nearly and Daniel Epperson appointed a tection of streets alleys and pubappointed collector Gwin appointed to contract for the three years before was allowed C committee to contract for the lic highways and foot pavements flagging of the sidewalk along the S Morehead allowed g 50 for so flagging of a stone walk from the and especially to remove or returnpike from the south end of much cash paid by him to George east end of Geo Gwins yard strain any obstruction to the foot the present flagging at J Neals Johnson for repairing sidewalk or fence to intersect the fhg pave- pavement on Second Conway house to the turnpike road foot pivement leading from the ment running to Edward S Cole- Â¬ and Ewing streets and the alley February 27 1834 Jas Brown bend of the turnpike near Benja mans and also contract for the running parallel with Ewing street allowed an account of S3 13 for min Hensleys to S Neals corner flagging of a walk from the bridge on the tast side or anv other services as a blacksmith and Jas near the bridge The salary of to intersect the pavement fronting street or alley within the town Duke allowed the sum of three the clerk was fixed at two dollars John H Hannas house L limits and he is authorized to u e shillings for work done on pump for each meeting of the board C March 11 1837 Chas S More any legal means to protect any S Morehead Wm M Todd and head John Campbell Daniel Ep public property within the limits irons March 3 John Gayle C S Geo W Gwin appointed to settle person O G Cates and Geor ge of the town of South Frankfort Morehead E S Coleman L with Benjamin Hensley on behalf of W Graham elected trustees O January 26 1838 Account of Batchelor and George W Graham the board but for what the settle G Cates elected chairman Geo E S Coleman for work done on L Batchelor ment was to be made the book W Gwin clerk E S Coleman streets and for services as assessor elected trustees elected chairman pro tern and Geo fails to show Geo W Gwin and assessor and Lydall Bicon sr amounting to 34 allowed Also W Gwin clerk Campbell E S account of Brown J Mayh ill appointed a com- - collector Thos John Hodges for March n Account of Gervis mittee to contract for removing Coleman and Daniel Epperson ap advertising amounting to 2 al E Russell for advertising sale of the old pavement running through pointed a committee to examine lowed Daniel Epperson and lots in South Frankfort amount- - John H Hannas lot and for lay- - into the situation of the streets Campbell appointed a comJohn ing to 2 50 allowed John Gayle ing a new pavement from the north generally through the town and mittee to have pond near residence appointed to contract for and east corner of L Batchelors fence report E S Coleman G VV of QG Cates and also pond stand superintend the repairing of the along the cast side of John H Graham and Daniel Epperson ap ing in front of property lately wooden abutment at the corner of Hannas lot to the corner thereof pointed a committee to examine owned by Mildred Tuntstall John H Hannas yard fence on and from thence along the north land inquire into the condition of drained the right hand side of the roid side of said Hannas lot and down the town in relation to its cleanli C G Graham was a son of Geo leading from the bridge to the the old turnpike to east end of the ness and healthy situation and W Graham and the father c f Mr mouth of Benson and that the brick pavement which runs in front make report as to any and every C Gran Graham of the Adams said Gayle contract for and super- - said Hannas yard fence and that thing which they may consider a Express office For many years intend the repairing of the road said contract be carried into effect nuisance so that some speedy he kept a livery stable which stood and also the bridge upon said road forthwith means may be adopted of remov- - where the stable of W B Luckett VV E S Coleman and Geo Gwin December 18 Geo W Gra- - ing the same now is on Ann street Gervis E appointed to contract for and su- - ham resigned as treasurer and was March 18 Danl Epperson ap- - Russell was in the prtjiting busiperintend the opening of the old elected a trustee in place of Wm pointed a commissioner to con- - ness here for a long time and was ditch leading from the turnpike M Todd who failed to accept the tract for the building of a bridge the father of Mr W F Russell No 214 StClair St next door ti road along John H Hannas position Thos J Mayhall re across the ravine or branch which and grandfather of Judge W H R K McClure SOUTH FRANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE I L f Â¬ j i I I Â¬ I J Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j I TO GIVE Â¬ J I Everybody A i 1 Â¬ Â¬ Chance Â¬ Â¬ Will Continue My Cut Price J Â¬ AND Â¬ Clearence Sale M -- t ii Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ One Week Longer j va X9 Â¬ PTSTEIrTS o jL Wni WSKSr ir fn B9 X H H TT rrirsr irirnnrjTrrtrcrTrrrtrHriflrinm JlkJLJiJCLUkULJLJULiLJlkJkikJkJLJLtJJLJkiLUlklLIJLULUkJUJLaLuUJ u f JHK flKV r--- n si i i IS a vfc nn rs i ii vi B - Mi AT i-i l s H Mi 1 -- 1 F a m ntrn iU U UJUU-JUOUEaL-LyCJ Mi hBH ihaai m We nave a large stock of win ri rn Lift rrt r711 if rffr MB1 no n tut -i- ter clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such gooas oe win soia ior again To mark new goods at so much less than their value liB OS an u m lib n Mens Suits 4 5 1 650 750 FA 8 10 12 15 16 Â¬ 17 rn iu rn na trj ra n u ra u mt nw nzn CO 20t au These prices are from ing the goods for to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been sellBoys and childrens clothing also rtarked down to under value prices ns na rsi ua HUDSON U HUMPS- - UN I Hi J l va na um no fcU- IfJ 1 Vn So CASSELL ST Y BY- us UUyafiUUe-aJ-Ue- -- UlLUV-l3-UiBU PERSONA Hon Geo Alexander of Louisville spent Monday in this city Mr Richard Fogg of Georgetown spent Monday in this city Capt T D Marcum of Catletts burg spent Sunday in this city Mrs Loula B Longmoor is the guest of relatives in Cynthiana Mr3 John Milam returned Monday from a visit to friends in Lexington Miss Irma Labrot is visiting her cousin Mrs Collahan at Annapolis Md Miss Bettie Keenon has returned from a visit to her cousin in Lexing Â¬ ton Miss Annie Hall has returned from a visit to Mrs Frank Keyes at Ash- Â¬ land Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington from has been visiting relatives here this Wednesday for New York which port he will sail 01 Situnlay week for Europe and his trip to tne Holy Lexington Miss Nellie Anglin ington street last night Miss Paynter who is attending school at Cincinnati spent Sunday with her parents Judge Thos H Paynter and wife Mrs J G McLean entertained Tuesday evening with cards in honor of Misses Laura Theobald and Florence Stanton Miss Christine Reynolds gave a euchre party to her friends on Mon- Â¬ day evening in honor of Miss Belle CJay of Lexington Mrs Maud Wilson Stephens will return to day from Aberdeen Ohio where she was called several days ago by the sickness of her mother Rev George Darsio loaves next Miss Bettie Mastin is visiting friends Will Jluinpr His BiibO j in Versailles The suit of rooms over Barretts Miss Annie Keenon entertained her young friends at her home on Wash- news d pot on Main street are Â¬ ML MR of In i y is visiting the family of Mr Dennis Murphy Mrs Sam D Johnson entertained a few friends at cards on Tuesday evening last Miss Lizzie Pepper has returned from a visit to Miss Belle Clay at Â¬ Land Lexington Ohas W Saffell returned Tuesday from a visit to friends in Louisville Miss Lelia McFerran of Danville is the guest of Mrs Lucian Beckncr in this city Miss Maggie May Thomasonhas re- turned from a visit to friends in Georgetown Hon Jas Andrfw Scott went to Catlettsburg Tuumlty evening on legal business Hon Pror J Forec of Shelbyville was in the ity Tuesday on business in the Court of Appeals Senator Lindsay returned to Wash Â¬ ington on Sunday evening after spending a few days here Miss Mattie L Featherston of Mid Â¬ way who has been visiting friends here returned home Tuesday Mr Gerge Pryor of Paris who has been visiting friends and relatives here returned home Wednesday Misses Clara and Georgia Crutcher of Ducker Station are visiting Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Second street Mrs Thos H Bradley and son Marshall of Georgetown spent Tuesday in this city visiting her mother Miss Lena Coke of Louisville spent Sunday in this city with friends en route to Winchester to visit her sister Mrs Wm Cheatham and MIsb Adah Wymond of Louisville attend- Â¬ ed the German on Thursday evening Mrs Â¬ j iur iiuro ti tine m late wicn air ivi P Gray has seemed a position with Co in Messrs W B Belknap Louisville and left Thursday for that city to enter upon the discharge of his duties Misses Margaret and Deborah Parker entertained at their home on Monday evening in honor of Miss Katie Brown of Shelbyville who is their guest Progressive euchre was the feature of the evening Miss JNora JNewman won tne ladys prize and Mr T G Newman carried off the gentlemans prize The initial meeting of the Ladies Afternoon Cinch Club which consists of twelve members met Tuesday afternoon at the residence of Mrs VV P Hudson jr The members of the club are Mesdames Watterman Sam E James John W Milam W P Hudson jr J M VanDerveer Wm H Newhall jr A F Respebs John HStuart Wm F Grayot Thos B Rodman Geo D Willis and Miss Mary Lounsbury Besides these by specinl invitation there were present Mrs G T Blackley Mibs Lutie Ware Miss Francis of New York Mrs Hervey Kellar Miss Margery Dudley and Miss Mary Ely Mrs Respess won the prize Mr and Mrs Lucien Beckner enter- Â¬ I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup- Â¬ ply milk for my customers PEORIAGLUTEN PEED was recommended Wm II Wheeler to me an 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 A prominent contractor and builder now milking only twenty five 25 which vield more milk than the thirty of Adams N Y was a great smoker three did before using this feed THOS W THOMPSON for years He liked his cigar but did Moore and Mr Geo 0 Shaw Frankfort Ky Sold by Messrs Crntcher not like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the shape of a bunch or growth As he expressed it he was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At this stage he began using Dr Hales Household Ointment applying it directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A few weeks of this treatment entirely ITST7--J-rCAGE1TTS 3 cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel- Â¬ Â¬ er states that it worked a most wonderful cure in his case and that he re gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 19th ON MAIN STEET TO century It cures all inflammation H Carpen Â¬ 25c and 50c boxes at P a ters drug store being modernized and completely overhauled and will be occupied as a dental office by Dr W E Baxter MarJi 1st The rooms will be neatly equipped and office the accessible more especially on account of the easy stairway i I THOMAS ID THE - mm IS RUN W THOMPSON RE4D WHAT HE SAYS OF PE0SL GLUTEN FEED Frankfort January 17 1895 is f VMM E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt II ml JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Baltzel Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel Ginghams Ginghams Now is the time to make up school dresses and we offer you extra bargain in Toile de Nord Ginhms at 8 cents worth 12 cents French Ginghams at 167 cents worth 29 to 35 cents French Ginghams at 25 cents worth 40 to 60 cents Co Cam D Johnson 2i 3t short time To Cincinnati jan 17-18-- 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Mavdi Gras 1 Feb 14 5 2 r 22 February 19th to 24 ill Mr John Baker Miss Prairer of and Mrs Gordan street Monday Mr and Mrs wife and daughter Messrs Lindsey Hale Wood Long Charles Swango Thomas Alton visited Mr moor Morton Averill Marvin Stagg Triplett on Main The prizes Swango and Will Ely won by Mr Longmoor and Miss Harry 6Donnell were Johnson The consolation prize fell to entertained the Tuesday Evening MissJDixon Euchre Club at their handsome home on Cross street Tuesday even- Â¬ A New Feature last tained a number of their friends at cards on Tuesday evening in honor of their guest Miss Lelia B McFerran of Danville Ky There were present besides Miss McFerran and the host and hostess the following ladies and gentlemen Mesdames E E Hume and Wm H Newhall jr Misses Gertrude South Mary Talbott Dud ley Mamie Gaines Rebecca Johnson Amelia Weitzel Bettie Keenon Elizabeth Hazelrigg andEthel Dixon Â¬ to persons holding an admission March 15th Account Muidi Grus ticket to the Cincinnati Oichestra Blankets Blankets To Cincinnati or Apolo Club concert on the We will close our stock at a above dates Tickets good for February 2 1st and 22d the Mid Â¬ per cent discount of 33 three days land will sell tickets to Cincinnati Co Sam D Johnson Account and return at one fare Dog Lost A small white set2i 3t Epworth League Meeting at New ter with biown ears and brown port Cloaks Cloaks neck spot on top of his We have ome cloaks left aiid long hair and very pretty Dr Hales Household Ointment will sell them at 50 cents on the animal Answers to name of Dan dolar SamD Johnson Co Liberal reward will be paid for his Is the finest remedy in the world cures 21 3t return or such information as will It absolutely cures catarrh It Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism enable me to get him Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Underwear at Cost in the most soothing manner uures G H Mastin 22 tf Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Our entire stock of Woolen Can be Cures Coughs and Colds Underwrar at cost A Grout Offer taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Co Sam D Johnson Sores We will send the Roundabout Chilblains Bunions of long standing 2I 3t are cured quicklyt Corns and one year and The Louisville Even different from all else superior to all ing Post one year to any sub- else it has no equal 20 and 50c boxes Toilette Sets at Cost Now Largo size cheapest Sold at P H We offer 25 Toilette Sets at scribe for 300 per year 8 Cakpentkbb drug store 1 he cost above goods are con is the time to subscribe fined styles and cannot be dupli- Co bAM D JoHNhON cated 2l3t Has tho Best Terminal Fucill- Â¬ Â¬ and ib ip land will sell ticket 2j April the Midland will sell ticuets to Orleans and Mobile Limit leturiing Cincinnati and return at half fare the round trip the Mid Â¬ to New one fare m m vsn lita m m 1 4 m iyx 11 i mi Scotts ing Mrs L G Hancock has returned to her home in this county after a visit of several weeks to her friend Mrs Ohas Miller of Brookline Park Chi Â¬ cago 111 Mrs William Cheatham and Miss Ada Wyraond of Louisville who of were the guests Lj Mrs James Rod-- M i t Jt v man 1MwiK rtsturuwu noma ojnur- I Graham have added to their alreadv complete stock of furniture a line of trunks of all Give them a call grades Dehoney 23 it all 1 pains wVicther internal or external itirv eJ50ictfl Johnsons Magnetic Oil kills w All trains enter Ohicaco on the Illi- ois Central tracks along six miles of bpecialsaleol 1 able Linens and the Lako Pront throuh the most Towels now on a reduction of 01 fucturesque portion the the city and in magnificent 20 per cent New Central Station on Twelfth street Co D Johnson 2AM and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ 2I 3t venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ Millinery in two blocks of the State and Lines the For the next two weeks every- Wabash Street Cable RailwayandCon South Side Elevated thing in this department will be venient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty sold at 50 cents on the dollar Second street Stations Sam D Johnson Co Magnificent Vestibuled Trains 2I 3t Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Kid Gloves transfer across Cincinnati to make We offer 100 pairs of Kid connections Gloves at 75 cents worth 1 and Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O MoOomciox Pass Trafflo Mgr IftiMO D B MjutTiNGenl Pass ATkt Aft jiig JFopr JtoBtc uinoinau u Â¬ Â¬ liiucns Special ties at Chicugo the cream of Cod liver Oil with Hypophosphites is for Â¬ Coughs Colds Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Loss of Flesh Emaciation Weak Babies Crowing Children Poor Mothers Milk Scrofula in fact lor all conditions call ing for ligquJck and effective HOUrihmetWnd for Pamphltt JFret iMMatMM -- 17 Anaemia JBBwrvffilM 8P is T8yV v few lwrJl fesiriSti tw -- X - rfr- - htMwrnTvt--- dSJBgBBTH in mrvm - i wpp 1111 fsgsCT x-- hhiim V fcLH nl wwt 11 HHB MPJI HB Ball season THE love is otof sending messages hand What batter for her hand than a golden band of beauty Oome and see the latest rings How those brilliant Dia monds Rubies Emeralds c sparkle They art worthy to adorn the finger of the best The laugh will be on the profit side of your pocket when we teil you that we are selling such rare beauties in rings from One Dollar to the hundreds Clocks forms of Silverware Eyeglasses c at prices that would make the miser purchase if he happened to come our way See the smiling faces of oui happy patrons N Â¬ I wjaj I w ON THE LOOKOUT Pa Q Lm W JUBLVmJ TT n I Gbeft LVfl ri Lri Lin i i Lri LS1 Hi EH aM Continued from first page 233 St Glair DIJKNNON SFUIXGS SOUTH FIIANKFOHT J THE LEADING JEWELER SGLBGRT - rti at- - FraaJEfcrt KZy years in the house on Shelby street at present owned by Col The Old Time Watering Iluec JHe was a William Duke who lives on the - Stoddard Johnston to Have a Hotel South Side Lydall Bacon was the member of Congress from this dis- of father of the late Robert Bacon R incc governor oi tne state trom The Henry County Local this week contains the following D Owen was a grocer who had 1855 to 1859 and was one of the which will be of interest to many his store in a house on St Peace Commissioners from Kenof our readers who visit the Clair street which stood about tucky to the Border State Conven- springs every summer mcl prevent the war where the Old Commonwealth ton to tr The many who have visited this building now stands between the States He died in Our disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ O G once famous resort will be glad to was a lawyer who lived for a Mississippi just after the war and STERED FURNITURE learn that it will soon regain much Cates Mr I VV Hushes is buried in the cemetery here of its former glory and renown time where Ever since the cholera worked such now lives but afterwards bought Harrv Mordecai was an honest and offer au We will devastion there away back in the the lot and built the house now hiSh v respected colored man who fifties the health seeker has some- occupied by Judge W H Holt for man ears ws the fading what shunned this place princiThomas Shock ley - Pasterer here pally because of the inferior ac- known as the Gen Rodman prop- was who furnished Very man commodations to be had there ertv He remnvel to St IniifJ Several attempts have been made along in the 50s where he died the horses to pull tin- cars up the Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while to erect and maintain hotels there and his remains were brought grade of the first rulroad built in Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas but for some cause or other have here for interment The firm of the State which ran from here to the assortment is unbroken realization failed of profitable He wa- - the father of Hodges was composed Lexington Success in that direction how- Brown Mr Thomas Shockley and father-in-laever seems to be assured for the of Col Orlando Brown sr and of Capt B C Milam coming season for a stock com Col A G Hodges who pubpany with 10000 stock already lished the Frankfort Common- William Woods was the father of subscribed and flattering prospects wealth for many years Neats the late G Marsh Woods Chas of more has been formed and as S Todd lived where Gen D W soon as the weather permits will corner was where Mr H R Lindsey now lives and the pump begin the erection of a large and Williams grocery now is at the commodious hotel there suitable corner of Second and Bridge near his property was about in to accommodate several hundred streets and the bend of the turn- front of the residence of the late In addition to this other pike was guests It has been at the intersection of Richard Chiles improvements will be added which That filled and covered up for many will make the resort all that those Second and Shelby streets years on pleasure bent or in quest of part of Second street sold seems to health could wish The efficacy be in part the ground now being Church Supper DEALERS IXof Drennon water as a curative thrown into that street by the element is known far and near and widening of Second from Bridge The voung ladies nl the Meth- the fact that there are ample and list Church will give a supper pleasant accommodations there to Taylor avenue as by the terms will no doubt bring many guests of the sale Mrs Humphreys was at the Todd building on Thursday to keep open a road around to evening February 14th for the Kemp Caiijilit the mouth of Benson The bridge benefit of the chinch over the ravine in front of Mrs The Louisville Times of ThursMitchells residence has been kept 5W7 S day afternoon contained the fol- Â¬ up ever since as the residence lowing in regard to a party well aforesaid is now owned by Mr T known here L Edelen Pi of Geo Kemp who is C S Bibb was a prominent lawcharged with obtaining money by false pretenses was before the yer and wis Commonwealths At- City Court this morning The torney of the district at the time cae was passed till Saturday Beauchamp was tried for killing Kemp is charged with victimiz- Sharp James W Denny was a ing people by taking orders for icnlarged which were printer who had an office on Main pictures never delivered He advertised street and printed the State Re- Rtuira main nuuim ajul- iuaiii in Mm Mud ATSc rn Fine ami his studio as at 540 Cross street ports John Arnold lived in a Frankfuit Advance payments small frame house which stood t on the work were exacted where Phil Carpenters drug store y mivi USJL Among the complainants are L Austin P Cox was lS Day Geo R Ramsey Ed now stands ABSOLUTELY PURE Gcisler Herman Strauss James a civil engineer and speculated THE OLD RELIABLE McGill Harry Dudley and Miss largely in lands He was one oft Maggie Metz the commissioners who in the lat SWEET CAPORAL Kemp has taken a number of ter reran the line between 50s orders here but so far we have Kentucky and Tennessee Sam heard of no crookedness in the O Richardson was a lawyer and Has stood the Test of Time He certainly has no was killed by John U Waring at1 MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER transactions BRANDS COMBINED studio at 540 Cross street and it is the head of the last flight of step- DEALERS IN It Co Iiti1 IG l doubted whether he has one any- - in the old Mansion House War - where else ing me him at the head of the JAPANESE stens and shot him as he was about Tohacco J rower to Organize Win turning towaids his room N Peltit was an uncle of Mrs R The tobacco growers of this of A Now unci Complete county ha e effected a temporary Rogers John Milam was the SUPPOSITORIES CuMilnTreatment conMftlnij tuo of Ointment nml lloies of Ointment A never fiilllnK Cure for lllfs of A COMPLETE LINE OF organization for their mutual ben father of Captain B C Milun and every nnturo and ilflRreo It nj ikeKniioiiorutlnn with ton knlfo or Injection of enrbolio ncid wliiili nre re painful seldom n permanent cire efit and will perfect that organiza ran a ferry from tjie present city mitting anddeath unntWMury Why ami oftenthisÂ¬ In endure RUNNING HORSE GOODS guaranteci 6 boxes terrible any tion at a meeting to be held in wharf landing on the South Side to Oil re disease We by lns tor nenutUH re iou only PHSe mull Sent celvedil aboiBforfa this city on next Saturday the just back of where the City School JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box ALWAYS ON HAND Prcvente Chas S PnMCTIDlTinN Cured Piles Liver Pellets Kith and all interested are invited building now stands by Japanese nnd to attend the meeting which will Morehead was a prominent law the nreot xLIVER irn STOMACHmi llKODLATOK unit Htnall u unit pleitunt to iiiiiu iinr tukeeDpeelally tulupteil for children ue Mi Pomm STZEeZEiHT yer who built and lived for many 25 cents be held at the court house niiir liKini YOU WANT Â¬ to o ejo iroisr THIS OFFER until further notice greatlv inventory Â¬ Â¬ REDUGRD PRIGE1B R ROGERS t - t Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ SON Â¬ RKMcCLURESON - V X J -- j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and i - I THE AMEUCJUt TOBACCO t CIMPAW YOWI SUCCESSES Stationery I Â¬ rsAsrzrosT sui j CIGARETTE I Black 8c Hursey w r t I CURB HUE HARNESS and SADDLES TROTTING and Â¬ 1 Â¬ 232 fTriT Sfj 7 4 mmmmmMmm mMwmmmr -- wi Mwa jwdjin VE im i auhoW jkSM 4 rn s Mr GET INTO THE BAND WAGO The above is a common every day American expression I have boue ht an immense Jot of GOLD and GOLD FILLED OASES at panickv nriopV and I want the public to share the benefits of the deal The cut only holds good for THIRTY DAYS W L COPPERSMITH FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Kntered at the post ofllce nt Frankfort Kentucky as second elnss mailable mutter THE POPULAR JEWELER OR 227 St Clair St TfissBBBBBBBBBBHsiiBBBBBBM A Long Jjlfo Ended Mrs H X B Mahala McDowell died Sunday night at the home of her GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub daughter Mrs Lutherane Buck ley on Holmes street and her FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 9 1895 funeral took place Tuesday after noon The deceased had reached THE TjADIES AVITjTj BE IN the extreme age of 94 years and CIIAHGE had enjoyed almost perfect health The Next Issue or the HoiuuUi until a month or so ago when she bout To be Edited by tripped and fell while walking Them acros the fl or breaking her hip Next week we expect to tuniTlc physicians thought best not as- owi to the Roundabout over to the ladies to roduce the fcture her extreme age the bones would of the city a committee of whom not knit and the most that could will have entire charge of the be done for the od aily was to issue of February 16th filling it render her as comfortable as Siie began to sink in a with such matter as may suit their possible aftir aild continued to fancy and we expect the paper few M trtKcr umn il luc jarK to contain a wonderful amount of rmv ife which was born with the good suggestions and bright edi century went out forever She In fact it will be by far became a torials member of the the best issue of the Roundabout Christian Church Ion 4 yeiis ever gotten out ago and continued a consistent member to the last The funeral Knew What was Coming services were conducted b Rev It did not take more than one George Darsie her pastor at the glance at his shadow Saturday to home of her daughter and a large convince the ground hog that he number of friends gathered m to had no business on the outside pay the last tribute of respect o and he immediately scampered tier memory sue uvea n t ny to see her grandchildren uul g m back into his hole The wonder is that he even left the hole on the grandchildren but one great rcat grandch ild as well t outside If the past week is a sample of the weather he predicted Anti Toxlne The Coming Rem Â¬ edy we are to have for the next five weeks the coal merchants will Anti toxine the new remedy for reap a rich harvest if they suc- diphtheria has been used with sevceed in collecting for all the coal eral cases in this city recently and they sell and there are lots of has acted like a charm giving al people who would like to follow most instant relief to the patients the example of the ground hog Ten dnvs loss of time on account of sickness and n doctor bill to pay and go into a hole also is anything but pleasant for a man of a family to contemplate whether ho is a laborer mechanic merchant or Fire at Versailles publisher Jas u Jones publisher Mexia Texas was hick A fire occurred at Versailles infth Leader days with the grip dur bed for ten early Sunday morning which de- - ing its prevalence a year or two ago season Later in had a second and hand- - attaok the 8avs he the latter case stroyed one of the Ho In somest business blocks in the I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy with considerable success I think vVe are sorry to see that oniy being in bed a little over two place The second attack I am our neighbors of the Woodford days would have Iwen equally assatis- lied bad Sun were among the sufferers by as the first but for the use of this borne in it the fire and hope thev will soon wmeily grip should bo the same iilnd as a is muuh that the be all right and in good running very severe cold and requires precise same order again Like prudent buM- - ly the cure atreatment When you wish to cold quickly and eC ness men they carried insurance feetually give this remedy a trial 25 and 50 ent bottles for Hale by enough to prevent their loss being Pmi Carpenter South Side dru- gist very yreat A Great Oiler Â¬ - W I KELLEY 0 will be at the WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS OF CINCINNATI PHOENIX HO TEX IN LEXINGTON K Saturday March Saturday Murcn Saturday Febru ry 2 1895 16 1895 Hi 1896 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured vMtliout mirtu operation and wltu Utile or no puln HEEERENCES J J W McKee A Aiitlioiij V UiTberluii Frankfort Kj Kev l e Hulett Benson Ky A II JicUure Kranktort K A r acott Frankfoit Ky Leach Fruuklort Kj fttaten Frankfurt Ky Ky Hurdle Frunklorl to Knives ds I I 1 David Moure Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky DB KELLEYS office und residence Is at 269 West piehth streetUlnciimati and where he may be found oven day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing thesi diseases DAYS irul the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLKY M f ly addressing 259 W Eight St CInclnnatlO CONSULTATION r- - J uiyhesFraiiKlort Or if you aa h The Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Nails Wire or any thing in the way of need Sash Door Winds Wagon Material Powder Shot and Shells Call on Harness wv l as as Iron Pipe rrmiarar FREE -- AjLgjcggzapr imiijiiii C E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer 11 1111 THE IMPROVED m For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L A N depot Also needles oil et for all sew ng machines a share of mr patron tige solicited Oe 22 6m Crique Germ Proof Filter 41 m HUE FARM LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W I Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort ou vers lines lurnpiK iires and Is well s t In ine liirm cuuiums for gras and suited Possession given on November d dry purposes 1st 1891 Kor terms apply to Aug 11 The Best And Cheapest FOR RENT tei In Use tf WM CROMWELL pil- - iBBBsl It Will Make The iM Â¬ DENTAL - LABORATORY liSBBBBB Over Gtiy Barretts News Depot Muddiest Water Clear As Crystal As Â¬ Â¬ MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY rnEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT L pain with VI a llzed Air or local appll atlon Best Artificial Teeth nn Hutiber S3 to 10 No extra c urge for extracting without pain when artln Otuer work in proporliil teeth re ordeied Jan 5 ly tion All work arranteu wifr Â¬ FARM sailles FOR RENT Â¬ ONE OUGHT TO BE TO EVEUY FAMILY bt for rent from The place is well iidapied to ueiiernl fanning stock lalslng mii tjDicCi srrowmg ana nas aavaiiiuges mr Fur paitlcuinis apply to dairy and marketing he underslgiiMi at her residence on Ann street or to FranK Chlun ntoni- y Mits Makv J DUDLEY ia tf Dike nittilnliii2G5 acres Is March 1st 1KI3 to March 1st 18 - KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE THE FARMcity I 11e1t tliu limits of t runkfortou the Ver ESole Agent POWER Ann Street 3 II U Jf j gu g b HAVE YOU TRIED lS r i 0 - TS THE BEST WHISKY IN PRNAK X fort for Family or rneaiGai m f iW IM vv -- jTr t - THE J E IS M FLOUR Filled tlie Vacancies CX v XMi r JJ iV THE BEST IN THE WORLD - I3Q Attorney at Law Hardman Sheriff of Tyler Mr Alex Szymanski was so Co W Va appreciates a good thing Frankfort Kentucky and does not hesitate to say bo He unfortunate as to slip and fall up- was almost prostrated with a cold WW practt u In nil State Courts Office second FOK BARGAINS IN- when he procured a bottle of Cham Â¬ tloor custom lioue on the ice in the yard of his resiberlains Cough Remedy He says Monday It gave me prompt relief I And it dence on Broadway to be an invaluable remedy for evening breaking the bone of the doughs and colds For sale by Phil left leg in which he has been Carpenter South Side druggist r THE- crippled for many years He has Cheap HatCH South Oils since suffered great pain from the On February 5th the Kentucky injury and grave doubts are enter- Â¬ Midland will sell tickets to a great tained of his recovery Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths many points in the south at one Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Account Eggs for hatching from choice fare for the round trip Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc for Land Seekers Excursions Bined Plymouth Rocks XKA MAIN STREET setting of 13 Fortune Or Prices Cream Bakiag Powder MJLIN JL1HJ LEWIB BTREETB KYitw DDR1TE Worlds Fslr Htfkest Award V A r331 j H lt HftkAik ht ruit teJtel The Lniiisvilli Diilv Pnsr nnH Try it and be convinced For sale by lished every evening except Sun- - U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hardle i i rr c r l UII jvuumj W W Cherrv and M T Mitchell ii per year ahout at i3 ine pi ice ot The Post alone is 5 per year LAWYERS and our paper Si 00 making this the best offer of the kind ever WM CROMWELL made Attornoy at Law Subscribers to the Rouniuijout Frankfort Kentucky Secretary of the committee in who are not takiug The Post now Also Real Estate Agent Will practice in the can avail themselves of this op- Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties give special nttenton to the pur and will place of Mr Chas J Weitze portunity by addressing this office cause midalso of real estate collection of rents sale claims and th negotiation of loans resigned or writing to 13 G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville W CHINN fR CALL ON Jjc Tlie Republican County Com mittee met at the capital Hotel on Monday and filled vacancies already existing in the committee and elected new members from the precincts recently created Mr D 13 Walcutt was elected j Â¬ Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con Â¬ vinced Patronize Home Industry M A COLLINS -- Broke His O W O Â¬ Â¬ H ft MATTERS Hardware Harness Paints nmwmi FEANOORT Tri m Wall Paper Glass ST Off mmjmmmm mmsmmmzm v t4 n t nwir Wdmmmm wzmuwimmKMLis1 aismsasmMummissm iF nr aMrtiirr irrt aimi wx taLzijtBfiti mmmmiAMhm iAiWwv tmisizaiMm Mimjnij7wiLi iKamwasaia tmi a mssE2urij i ESiiaB2ii immiifu M 4 M1 c9l JMCHaKw JL 1895 JLJM ID J s X t We arc still in the ring We propose to show you the best assorted stock of For the coming season to be found in the city When in need of anything in our line call and see us and our prices will speak for themselves Respectfully SHOES and HATS HVEeetgHer FttANKFOKT ROUNDABOUT P tANKFORT FEBRUARY U 18JI5 PIONEER JLIFE IN THE WEST Pursuit of tack Retreat or G lllems Force Desperate Fijrht- ing Indians Defeated Fort Whitman Reached R BY S S Cay use Sudden At Â¬ Chapter Ill After the treaty with the Nez Perces and Walla Wallas 150 picked men were started in pursuit of the retreating Cayuse Gi lem at their head The scout soon re ported the discovery of a lot of A wigwams on Polous creek the night attack was planned a quick deand force divided in two opposite directions scent made on the supposed camp Only a lot of willow brush was found the scouts imagination Camp was supplying the rest Early next made on the spot see near the morning smoke was mouth of the creek where it Gillem emptied into Snake river formed his men in line across the valley and marched in the direction of the smoke Shortly several Indians were discoved riding at full speed towards the whites and On coming bearing a white flag up they claimed to be friendly Pelous Indians and stated there were no Cayuse Indians in the No attention was paid vicinity to their representations and the Shortly an march was contirfueJ Indian camp came into siht containing only women and chilOn the hills adjacent about dren 100 head ol horses and fat cattle Following a well were seen beaten path that led up a hill near the creeks mouth from the summit of the hill could be seen Indians in canoes following large numbers ol cattle that were swim ming across the river into what is How the btate ot vvasningtou One of Gillems party without orders fired a shot that killed one of the Indians in a canoe and came near being court martialed by Gil- Â¬ lem for the act The cattle near the Indian camp were ordered to be driven across the creek and ahead of the com- Â¬ mand by men detailed for the purpose a different route being taken than the one by which the As the camp was approached force neared the creek a man named Thompson suggested to Frazer that they get several of the men and capture as spoils a lot of horses visible on the hills a uhort This was agreed distance away to and beckoning to several that were near the proposition was ex- plained and they started ttodiiye Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ while Frazer and The Thompson held the ford horses were just beinnj started when two Indians on horseback rode at lightning speed in between the whites and the horses and drove the latter off at a thundering At the same time a number gait of Indians were noticed approach- Â¬ ing through the underbrush near the creek and being warned by Frazer and Thompson the men rude for the ford with all speed rapidly The Indians increased woods in number until the and of them seemed full It was pursued in hot haste Had not a nee f life and death what was going Gillem discoveivd on and sent a party to their assist ance it is probable she spoils seeking men would have been From that time the massacred path of the retreating column under Gillem was beset by ene- Â¬ mies on every hand the Indians seeming to spring up out of every From brush hillside and bush ravine they poured a fire on the escaping column clearly outnum- Â¬ bering the later three to one Gtllems retreat was admirably the force being so conducted managed that the return fire was kept up by platoons in succession the men btcomjng habituated to the enemys presence and discipline rendered easier of observance Here and there a man would drop from the ranks wounded by the hos tile bullets and improvised litters bore in the hands of comrades The loss to the them forward severe but unknown as savages was they quicklv bore away the wound After lour miles of ed and dead this constant warfare a halt was The ordered and camp made The cat le firing did not cease were herded in the center of the camp Deeming his situation critical Gillem ordered the cattle to be driven cutside the lines and turned As loose This was after dark the cattle went out the savages rudied forward and quickly drove This ended the fight them away Later they held a for the night war dance about 200 yards away beating their war drums dancing in the horses Â¬ gun Half of this he divider of their ramrods the scalps tiny with Frazer and never was morsel had taken calling on the Indians so sweet b Vtlit Mil IIIVJ IIJ lit IIICII UIV j During the night a council of were cowards and dogs Condensed News war was held and upon the advice The 1etrc1t was tin n renuni d Stories of an interpreter named Mungo without further pursuit and camp Miscellany a half breed from Fort Walla made that night one and one half Womens Department Walla it was decided to take a miles Deyona tne nosha Here Childrens Department new route known to him and cross the fierce hunger of the men was Agricultural Department the Toosha at a ford higher up appealed by the fiesh of an Indian Political Department than the one on the road they stud colt that hid followed the were following Camp was broken rcommand the meat beiiy broiled Answers to Correspondents an hour before day and that much on green willow sicks Messen Editorials start was gained About 8 oclock gers were di patch rd lo Fort Everything the Indians were seen in pursuit Whitinm fifteen mies disant WILL BE FOUND IN THE Forming his men in a hollow with a request fo send a force to square Gillem addressed them carry in- the dead and wounded Weekly coiiier Jflinial He said their situation was desper- Â¬ This force was met n xt day The A ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENHY WATTEKS0N Is tne Editor ate and only by every man doing dead and wounded wire being his fuli duty could there be hope boine on litters rudely construct- Â¬ PRICE 100 A YEAR He declared that no ed Fort Whitman was a haven of escape The WEEKLY COURIER T0URN4L make Indian ever stood a charge and of rest as well as a pi ce if sorrow liberal terms to agents unil copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent fieetouoy taking them at their own game funeral strviees being held and address Write to his men must charge down on the the dead reverently intern d COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Indian lines reserving their fire 10 II K CONTINUED Louisville Ky until close at hand and he pre- Â¬ THE J W Fulilmiilcx dicted the Indian lines would break and scatter Then they Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one AND THE must gain the brush first if so package of your Dr Hales House- Â¬ is the iirst medicine and they were safe Otherwise it was hold Teafoundit that lias done me any Weekly Couiier Journai I have Carefully good all over with them For 30 years I have been Â¬ kidney liver forming his column of attack at troubled with worse and the time dou- Wl be sent one year to any address for 20f all For bles growing the word of command Gillems the last 10 years I have not been able or any work 1 feel dull to do force rushed like a hurricane upon sleepymuch as though I could not stir and the enemy wildly shouting and My bowels would nor move oftener Only direct line between than onoe a week After talcing one yelling The Indians bravely hi Id package I am much better audi Have their ground till the fire of the now can take hold and work regular CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT a good appetite and bowels at close For dyspepsia constipaton all liver whites was delivered rinortPHf hmiI ijiilcKett oetween no troubles etc quarters then they broke and fled and kidney 25e and 50c u it has package equal Only rankforl Gdoretowa and Paris Gas Gllems force entered the bush at P II Cakpunteks drugstore a lisle Maysvills Cntbiana Fal first Want Vaccination mouth and Covington So enraged were tie Indians Â¬ d when they discovered the advan The Hoar o ICducati n ad ut it opponent the following ic oliit tage gained by their SK KOIl TICKETS VU KY MIDLAND eveniiir that in desperation they rushed meeting 01 Resolved Tint the Uedth rBfilUS RUH BY CENTRAL STAISDAHD TIME recklessly to within a few paces and delivered their fire Numbers Hoard and the Olnuimi O uncil In elttct Dec 10 19J4 of them were killed Frazer states be requested t take Im TRAINS OF SCHEDULE a that near him lay a fine rifleshot ry steps im nodi it iv r A M a I p s is named Rhiiurson who killed at public viccin niNo 3 No 5io7 No rKXFNSE 1ST li unut tli ci v w i As fast b the least a d zen 7 CO 415 A i0 lv tintnrt u J m iii h4l 4 25 Indian wtre kill d or desperately s icces uiv vic-i-- i Ilil lvv Snimn t Flkhnill ill 4 85 4 10 y iu 455 718 J 10 F ICi i n rq m- 11 Lv JUtt r wounded they were lassoed by the H muI 7 i 10 rtiiiiiitMir fZrniiiitl t uai 515 llllVHIMI ltS 791 UIG away chiidien auen l g t ie p ic iv rmvnii their comrades and dragged 711 l4l tltf mi wit HIU 10 oi 545 B 7 47 Lv ieoiwtovvii i r- i being scalped y wir schools ifii to prevent their iip 550 7fM H81 1005 Ar C S Uf ot OS l4S lv Newtown Gillems force had possession of dimncc lli 0i CViitrevlila lv n 8J 41 lv Eil ibelli the bank above the creek ford r -HiO 40 0 Ar Park P U M and Phil Thompson and a man iH FH No 2 No 4 NoGNo 8 TRAINS WEST named Aldcruey were moving to- 9 45 v Paris C 531 ward the ford the others follow lJ 5 645 Lv Elizabeth 10rO 555 uv Ceiitarvllle ing Seeing several Indians con 1018 tiln Newtown lv Awarded v S Depot anSlMing Then they gathered cealed in the grass near the Highest Honors Worlds Fair lv 0ieoretosn B 1037 042 515 1230 12S2 1040 ti45 1041 6 51 lv lolmson Thompson shot one 0 57 10 6 on the adjacent hills and called creek Lv Duvall 617 105 10 59 703 Iv StamiilnnlJ round 1MW 7 13 Lv Swltzftr fi5 123 to G Hems force that they were Alderney incautiously ran up 140 1116 7J0 045 Lv Elknorn fight and to scalp him supposing him 1122 726 7H ICO Lv Summit women and wouldnt 11 SO 7 4 nis win Ar Frankfort Indian The wounded declared that they were going to dead Leave Frnnktort 830 u m urrlve Lexlimtor 1045 am kill the whites the next day as they suddenly rose up and shot AlderLeave Frankfort 7 iu in arrive Cincinnati ney making a fatal wound from 100u m crossed the Toosha creek Leave Frankfort 23 p in arrive ClnclnnaU C25 p m For 24 hours Gillems iorce had which he died in a few days SUNDAY TRAINS For an hour the battle raged had nothing to eat and in the conleave ieorKtuwn 1037 a in arrive Frankfort UOiiin dition of demoralized excitement fierctly until the cries and apLeave Frankfort 230 p in arrive Georgetown 325 p in were heard not one of the captured cattle peals of the squaws Leive Frankfort 230 p in arrive ClnclnnuU 62n p in killed or kept for food calling upon the warriors to cease Lwive Cincinnati 730 am arrive Frankfort had been ll3Uurn the Imminent destruction seemed to fighting lest the Bostons Tne Kentucky Midland Railway and connee-dis- Â¬ whites would kill them all The Ions form the shortettt and cheapest route to all so hover over them that points north south east and west MOST PERFECT MADE old Indians then drew away and stood One For further information apply to their agents cretion was lost jbi or arans waiia riiiwiici niirn vy mmnnifl nim rtr anv rann ju mbb - n rrrpiw I iillem s tmwn ko b HABPSR mountaineer had a piece of tallow upon a hill in full view w o anuiiak Bb uog 4 v RAAiter ad in HUDf WemtV1 40 YEARS THB STANDARD injliis bullet pouch to grease htejjjtaJVjyed at them from the tops 1 Mstrslistll EL I 1 Â¬ - ST 1 ROUNDABOUT 1 m n Kentucky Midland Ry Â¬ Â¬ J rnli- thr - I - iu-M-- neei I 1 I 1 ti 1 11 - 11 i 1 I I i t- I i H I j I I j i I I DR i Â¬ IT Â¬ CREAM Â¬ BAKING POTWHt h wrr - - 1 m fe 4 4m ji 1 vxctrictHCl arxaus onlt Uij liD o-A-is With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T HEIiIGIOUS Baptist Church -- Rev W BUCKLEY L 8 MARSHALL CO OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET 111 mLLIJ Wlhli TtRK LKC They Were all Here County Court brought a uood crowd to town Monday and al- Â¬ though it was one of the most disagreeable days of the winter the intersection of Main and St Clair streets was pretty well crowded all Some stock was offered up day on the streets but the sales were very light Â¬ lor the pastor will conduct public Tliursdav K veiling Fo1riiaiv 14tli at tin Court House worship at both services to morrow at 11 and 700 of Rev Dr W T HoIHik Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m Lexington will certainly deliver hi free lecture on Red Men at the Christian ChurchRcv Georce Court House on Thursday even Darsie preaches at 11 and H0 as The His last sermons before ing next February 14th usual doctor was unavoidably prevented starting on his trip The Young Peoples Society of from filling his other appointment Christian Endeavor meets in the but is sure to come this time lecture room at 545 Subject Be- Â¬ Leader All those feeling an interest in the coming as little Children and j improved Order of Red Men C C Furr 3 p m Junior Endeavor Society at the establishment of a tribe of Sunday school meets at 930 that order in this city should hear 111- 0 Tay- Â¬ Real Estate Agents I UJCl DWWW I AD JLlIill JL A MIX HOOM Fire Yesterday Morning oclock yesterday About morning a fire broke out in the two story frame residence of Aaron 1 denee on Clinton street This property Is well equipped fur malting or would n fine warehouse or manufacturing estab- Â¬ make lishment BARGAIN IS OFFERED A GREATHouse property on Mero streetIN Malt THK ItKSl DKnn iiJJJ South Side WIL1 HUY Y0lT A FRAME OT tiige of 3 rooms on Second street I ON POT XVEjJ1 X STOREROOMSouth SECon Wilkinson colored Smith ond tttreet Side OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF WE ienrgetown street just below Broadway The pike 110 acres situated on the This Is very turnl H Knrll nc it tvill K promiles from Frankfort Oatholic Church Rev Father flames were confined to the inte- ductive land Is well Improved abundantly supThe plied with water and Is specially adapted to and entertaining ONeal will conduct the services at structive The neighborhood Is rior of the house and gutted ev stock raisins schools convenient andexcellent churches and all surChurch of the Good Shepherd to- - lecture will begin promptly at 7 eral rooms before they were ex- Â¬ roundings attractive 117 E O FFEH FOR SALE A FARM OK 150 ACRES morrow Vr oclock and at its close signatures of line tobacco laud near Forks of Elk horn 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the Low mass at 730 a m High mass tQ the ipnicltjon for a cnartcr tinguished by the fire department renun lng 125 acres mgiars For terms call at ACRE FARM our ofllce or on R U Church agent on the 1U U III YCDIICinaiil IF I he order of will be solicited premises Aromatic Compound Johnsons Oil enriches the blood LVNII WITH HOOD IMPROVE FINE Episcopal Church Rev It LRed Men is purely benevolent Cod Liver is uuiits situated near Forks of restores offered tor sale This farm is well Elkhorn to jftftnO Wlu UY AEast jl- - In COTTAIJE OF flesh sound adapted p j s j 5 rooms on KttAMK street similar builds McCready the rector will occupy his the benefits derived beiny rl e de- Â¬ stock ralsluv or will ribe line tobacco as well as and vitality to all othererops suited tor this climate Will sell pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as to those of the ICtiihts of Pythias strength Full pint bottles on easy payments bilitated body C I BUY UBlaltCifi WILL roomsA BRICK RESIDENCE e and is the old- Si JJ X Odd Fellows of 7 01 Holmes street 00 by 150 feet with lot in purelv American order First Presbyterian Church lest We Move to Amend Rev J McClusky Blayney D D existence WE OFFER FOR SALE COTTAOK OF FOUR ROOMS AT UAp O I E OAJiFj double the pastor will conduct the services If the notices in relation to fines IiMUMK Hill Thlsptoperty will be sold cheap on UJLMam stret at a barilla friiiin cotttee East Deaths and on very easy payments only a small cash to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 for riding and driving faster than a payment heliiK reipdred with the balance paid p m weekly Mooki The infant child of Mr walk are to remain on the St Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at G45 p m in the Walter Moore and wife died at the Clair street bridge we move to lecture room home of its lather near Hald R iob amend them by striking out the RADnCM CADM ot seven acres with rflrlm Wednesday niht and the funeral e in riding and driving if we cm BETWEEN TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE UAnUCIl nil other new frame cottage or four rooms and iiecesary improvements offered for sale on easy terms located on Kood turnpike road two miles from Church Rev F S took place I hursday Methodist These lots are 011 a ood twenty foot street and Frankfort Is offered for sale This Is very with a second meet adjoin JndKe Dianes propeity Pollett the pastor will occupy his desirable property Stkimikns A telegram received pUipil fcU IIlUlluvv iiiuiiuiiK For SlllC ana n the evening oclock here on Monday by relatives Good sccondhand phaet0n in A GREAT BARGAIN Sunday school meets at 980 a AlrO 0Xepair Call and see it tlut TS OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME Ed worth League convenes at o4 p L residence of seven rooms and two acres of IIursev W X S cphcs had died that Black 5tf FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lom in the ladies parlor A cated Smiles from Frankfort on a good cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and morning at the nome 01 ner nusbrick resi will be sold on weekly puineuls to the rltht turnpike road upon which there Is tenement of four rooms and dence of 5 room arty 11 not sold immediately win rent at u in Washington City Irom an Southern Presbyterian Church band allother necessary Improvements This land Is low figure TM ii In high state of cultivation the Improvements n uiay T Ml ll inmnn U111V niu Kev v ine cuattack oi ervsineias are In line condition and In order to make a quick sale will he ottered at a bargain occupy u puipit wniuuuw infill Â¬ ccasd was formeily Miss Sdlie tut p 111 ing at 11 oclock and at 730 FOR SALE Egbert of this city and a lady Sundny hool at 9s0 who wni greatly beloved by a mWO FIUME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS JJo Without Wooli A each un Tailor avenue This Is good lare circle of relatives and friends property am will be sold on easy payments to ROOMS STORY FRAME RKSI PENCE OFfi TWO Lewis street with lot 53 by 100 feet Tills tlw rllii party If you are Interested come The grim reaper has been heic quick The Methodists are observing busy in In r family of late and Is very valuable property Do Without this week a a the happy circle of sixwhich foreign minion for Week dwelt among us a few short ears Thev have been asked to deny urn mi-- iimv with im evceotion v k r uiihjiii m wniv11 tnemseives ui lie v John Egbert all gone usually they would buy and ISIrtli bring the money to church next U th the method and results when Sunday morning for the purpose In this city on Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant riimkfoui This call has been named above and acts Sunday February 3d 194 to ml 11 freshing to the taste Tf wllKlVO 1 nl1 rr ttn made upon the entire denominaMr W H Hndgeford and wife ioSpH nn rvb- IUIU JMVIO j JJlVJ y - J tion and it is expected that a weight pounds daughter tcii cflectiiully dispels colds lienil- large sum will be secured in this ntx nn Mnn HHlOS JUKI KiVeiS ailll Cr irMFV4v1nII 11 ll IJ m Svrnn nf Fits is the i II way for missions r I J I Ufii ill fr Mi- iicunh tOIlllUPIH fj -v rQijHUiy VI in A1UM VSl - v WHAT DOES IT MEAN nlcneim to t he tiitJ a ami iwv nan and wiic a s iih Kiei A Mciiiii V M iir1 Â¬ FARM FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tobacco Laud Â¬ 111 260 - j - yJJJ rii 11 FOR SALE 1 j aiu mlr FOR SALE 11 11 Â¬ Â¬ 1 ii SGS - 11 i FOR SALE L B 1 iih MARSHALL CO 4 - F 17 1 aV I I inii - 1 I 1 - - 1 f - 1 T-- -l - - ll 1 109 23 90 K Ctnll J Iurtli The attention of the young men of the city is called to the Sunday WIlliNe and In th bosom o djspiptli afternoon services of the Young wise euoiiuh to sulmtltiite for tli pseiidn- tmitos which lime iKimlNMiXlcd Him out ol his mo1ft u fin Minsf Association belief In the iolblll ol cure theieal In- - l Christian Mens vlnoiant and ton aclnc FiHtteis stomach popular iiiiuCfy known is for sale 111 50c tu AThese services are held at the lilt le 111 tlc nervous in the ihsienSvrui of Fi3 Chapel every Sunday tic tie rli uii lit e alike leilp xneedi benellt ml sit linltlntjliv nil lniulini IrUSf- jfciptist livlidiil hoiuil medicine rwins y rjaflo druggist WHO afternoon at three oclock and from llisIrom liidlLcstlon will iiIm mi nosltlve I tulliriiii j sn l Ot 1H1VO U oT nnmi wm piu- Ife e unmedHted every church member who has jeruianen ii o it promptly ior any one u no ii recifxh- signified his intention of becoming MiiiiuiiiiitoriuiiiiiieificiiiiiiiiiM Do not accept any wi hos to try it ly TIlellltteriNliiininiMirabletobepielerreil l the easu tieiie since 114 pmv hihls Is inoil- substitute a member of the association IIhI by tie ciuijiiliilliil with i il eueinhH Innuftun rtn reiiiedlrU should lend his presence and aid kcielleiilois ol lllti hliilietl remedied by excellence IIMI It IIKNIA tlli OfIIf lC It md II Malaria tnevinfiO and SAN FPAHCISCO CAU A wli - - visor lulu Hie neil itilM slckij in perfecting its organization HZVl WAK NY IliiiiiLOIIISVIUC KY tti ire tin o a iliij lr the t verave il e CriislHMl lo 1 JIo eqta1e to tho stomach proliljit in iis nciiiiii find truly beHefioinl in its illTtri jiropurwl only from the most illhy iixl agreeable substances its sAllf iwiifinci nnmmPTWl it v It mmtu that lioQitpn uml CrpiMit Imito li 17 mile liort mllti rniin st IliiPiiiiiatl to Ilir bilttc ill Lincinii ill mil liiliiptii Innilli uliorWI Iiiinnhim nil illi Hnlinifiitt Iinniiiiall In Si Hrgn CinvliiiMil tu tliittihiuAtluiiUi nrIuilMiuWIe FlurlU SOLiD VESTIBULEDTRN3 TliTiptn Cm I ViofeliiriF in Miro uflloiiiiiM in hit - riiMiin lnu iiiiiiiIniF IlKiiuli ii U Knmilli annrf V IrliaiH Iliivit linu I IVxn uiil U Sim vHiit Auk uiriiiic almiiltiiiir luCiitifiiiili Ihmi liiiUfl hIm mi I li iMPMiwimrif illri i I iiiiiiiiiuilnii i SIh II iiiij at LiMiikUn ttwiiii AluVl irt 11 1 llv i I wKlitfiir Iti iiui - mil Mutli IMSMU1 rVMit jiutl O I - 1 1 CUEEN AND CRESCEflT ROUTT i - -- The Roundabout ly Executes neat promptly Â¬ Job Printing mm myr mmmmi 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 113 4BbH VEHICLES HARNESS ROBES BLANKETS PLOWS OF ALL KINDS 1 m And a general line of Implements And for cash you can buy more goods from us than any firm on earth Try us I KY COIj1 BUGGY Sl HARNESS WORKS LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR KET FURNISHED BY OLOVER it DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ H 1 I SV i 11 i1P-- i - thickness of the bud scales makes CERTIFICATES STATE AND COUNTY only the Great Chunks of It and we arc reasonable pd hope With verse conditions we the usual Right in the Miilrilu or are now safe until the period of Important to Applicants- Times the Heap of Examinations 1805 the late spring frosts Between Old Probs the goose For Certificate of Graduation The Appellate Contest bone Prof Hicks and the ground in Common School Before Counhog we have gotten into a terrible The trial of the contest of Col ty Board of Examiners Jan 31st Saturday St spell of weather again John Boyle against Judge and June 27 was bright and pleasant Sunday Sterling B Toney for the Court be2 For County Certificate was not so pleasant Monday cold of Appeals Judgeship from the Tuesday and Louisville district was begun in fore County Board and disagreeable White June 7th and 8th Wednesday a fine sn w fell Thurs- this city Monday before the State July 5th and 6th day it grew very cold and yester- Contest Board composed of the Aug 2nd and 3rd day morning the mercury register Governor Attorney Auditor Sept 6th and 7th During yes- Â¬ General Treasurer and Secretary ed io below zero Nov 1st and 2nd terday the temperature rose some of State Monday and Tuesday Colored June 14th and 15th six or eight degrees but last night were taken up with hearing eviJuly 1 2th and 13th was going down and this morning dence and Wednesday argument Aug 9th and 10th promised to be even colder than as to whether th contested bal- Â¬ Sept 13th and 14th any morning we have had during lots should be admitted as evidence Nov 8th and 9th the winter The signal service was begun and not concluded until does not promise any let up for Thursday afternoon when the case 3 For State Certificate before several days and Professor Foster was submitted and the board ad- Â¬ either County or State Board the St Joseph Missouri weather journed until Monday when they June 7th and 8th prophet says the coldest weather will probably render a decision as Aug 2nd and 3rd is likely to be to morrow or Monto whether they will admit the 4 For State Diploma before day State Board The liver was frozen over TuesJune 26th and succeeding days a day morning for the first time and To neglect Its Mistake Aug 28th and succeeding days caring for a cough or cold is now covered with ice several Every time you cough you increase Note To obtain a State Cer- Â¬ the trouble and soon an inflammation inches thick is started that in a short time is tificate an applicant must be at rlifflrmlt tn nnntrnl Dr fTnlfin Hoiisp- Croakers Say the Fruit is Killed hold Cough Cure has such a magic least 21 years old have had two effect upon a cough allaying all irri years experience in teaching and As is usual in very cod weather tation so quickly that every person- present satisfactory evidence of in the land should always have a botlots of people who profess to tie of this wonderful medicine on unexceptionable n oral character to begin taking at once know are coming forward with must Dcexammca on an in the first appearance of a cold the statement that all the Iruit is costs onlyn 25c and i 50c a bottle at common school branches see rt tt t ti i mi aiore Hecter Hi llenmeyer the r killed sec 2i School Law and the old reliable nurseryman of Lexing An Elcgunt Airnir Higher following in addition ton does not agree with these On Tuesday evening February Arithmetic Elementary Algebra croakers however and his opiniMiiisn Literal ure ami me science ion on the subject is worth more 5th Mr and Mr Jacob Harper and Art of Teaching including nee Miss Clara Alley entertained than any mans in this section the elements of Psychology Sec in honor of their nieces Misses but still they go right on singing 133 the same old song And now Mary Holton and Luella Powell To obtain a State Diploma an At nine comes Buck Rowlett the pious of the Forks of Elkhorn applicnt must be at least 24 editor of the Oldham Era who oclock the spacious parlors pre- years old have taught in this lives right in the heart of a fruit sented a lovely appearance when State two years and present satcountry and lifts up his voice in one hundred young people swayed isfactory evidence of unexceptionthe same strain but finds some- Â¬ to the sweet strains of Coming able moral character He must At twelve thing to be thankful lor in the Through the Rye all the common oclock the dining room was be examined on present returns even though the and the following school branches blackberriesand pawpaws have not thrown open and the table laden in addition The Science and Art been heard from He says Not with a most sumptuous repast of Teaching including Psycholo- Â¬ cherries and was beautifully decorated with gy English Literature Physics only the peaches It was ferns etc plums are killed but good judges carnations Higher Arithmetic Algebra Ge- 0 say the grape crop will be short three oclock before the throne of omeiry anu Elementary Latin n beautiful young ladies and aiiiiiu from one half to two thirds and Sec 132 the apple buds are about all dead young men could get their conFor a State Diploma or State Let us be tnankful that the roast sent to retire from the scene of so Certificate an average grade of at much bliss ing ears are not injured as yet least 90 per cent nnist be at Here is what Mr Hillenmeyer The Modern Invalid tained the lowest grade upon any says and it can be relied on as subject being not less than 70 per To this date winter Has tastes medicinally in keeping cent correct conditions have favored fruit inter- with other luxuries A remedy En Pouter Thompson sudden and severe cold must be pleasantly acceptable in ests The Jamks H Fuqua form purely wholesome in com C A Leonard of January 12 has seriously in- Â¬ State Board of Examiners jured peaches They may be en position truly beneficial in effect entirely free from every obtirely killed in some localities but and Miles Nerve and Liver Fills If really ill I am sure there is yet a fair crop jectionable quality he consults a physician if consti Â¬ left in many parts of the State pated he uses Acton new prinoiple regulating the gentle family the Jiver astomach unci bowels though Nothing else is seriously injured laxative Syrup of Figs Dr the jierveB tfyjji discovery Miles Pill1 a id the prospect now is that there Wm cure biliousness Â¬ R C Taylor Murfreesboro bad taste j ljKr piles constipa will be at least a moderate and wen women and I rjave used the tion Spl Tenn writes J nildeBt surest TIM ohJW perhaps a full 5 crop of all frAA ejoffiallll i4l lr 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ weather TAKE NOTICE S ASI0NKK0F S MKADOWS I DESIRE all persons linvIiiLCltlmsaKiilnst said estate- to p csent them prtp rly proven to John S dyoC Vrn0ouorne on or A just closed amount to 5181 hhds with Sales on our market for the week Â¬ receipts tor the same period ot 3055 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 21472 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1894 on our market to Franklin Circuit Court this date amount to 28827 hhds The movement of tobacco on our Lou burns Plaint 11 v market this week has been immense John Pulliam c Defendant the sales amounting to 5181 hhds PKRSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST and the sales for January were the Lticlndu Pulltam docei seil are hereby largest within the nistory ot tne mar-Â¬ notltled ti present tnelr claims to me proven law ket amounting to 20441 hhds Prices required by claimsor to nnp urbybefore onme andÂ¬ nrove their as required or be iv susduring the week have been well fore Apnl 1st ldltj W H POSEY tained on all grades of new burley Commissioner F C C Fb a lm good to fine grades showing consid erable improvement The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley to- Â¬ I 11 Feb a lm Assgnee of S rMiVvS Meadows- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Trash dark or damaged trash bacco 1894 crop Â¬ 1 50 tobacqo Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colorv 2 75 3 75 Scpan Malone 4 OTTOWAY SfMONErtS vs Franklin Circuit Court admr Plaliitlll J Ac Defendants 1 Common lugs ribt colory 3 4 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 3 Common to medium leaf 6 10 00 Medium to good leaf 13 00 Good to tine leaf lugs 5 HAVING CtAIMS AGAINST 75 5 50 r the etititn ot Ot awuy Semones deeeas il aie 00 4 50 hereby notified to pies nt the same to me 50 5 50 proven is reiiu red by ivv or to appear before me ir d prive their claims as required by law on or before April 1st 1b9 w H POSKY 7 00 50 Feb 0 lm Commissioner F C C OOM 10 On LL PERSONS Selector wnippery 13 0 16 ou 16 00 raj 20 00 Â¬ State of Ohio City op Toledo Frank J Cheeney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in thocitvof Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each ana every case of Catarrh that can mod be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure ceniber 1 Lucas County Fiankliv Circuit Cornr tiios BKEwnns v AiiMii PlalntllT ofJ Â¬ Richakm Hkkwek Ac Dittnlan s I PHw OVS HAVING CIUM fiAIN5T the estate of Thus Brew r deceased are hereby notltlel to tue eut the i aine to it e prov Â¬ en us required bj law r to apitar before me and pruve tiielr claims t s required by mv on or before April si UVi KtbO lm j I vj W II POSKY lominlH loner K CC Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of Do- A D lSSii A W Frank J Cheney OLEASON No tar v Public I PnH j SI2AL j Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taLen irte nally and acts direatly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free CO Toledo O F J CHENEY BSSold by all druggists 75 cents Advertised Letters at Frankfort CAN Srompt fc CO who have bad nearl v Hf ty years experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ I OBTAIN A PATENT answer and an honest opinion COPYRIGHTS For a write to Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ G Trimble James Weltch Henry Jones Albert Young Jordon James E B Johnson Laura E When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised Below will be found a list of adver tised letters for the week ending Feb 9 1895 Lewis James Brown Miss Lewis Mrs Mar- Florence Blakely Mr Vir- tha SSiefiKf6 fvvkK a itfiMwwftiSisr Myers E C gil Baker Miss Eliose McCartney Mr Clarke Mr Frank James McCubbins Miss Cornelius Zion Cornard Mr Buck Fannie N iff Dotson Martha McAtee Mrs R J Mudlen Mrs Davidson Mr rSte tA3 W H Neoma James - w yr Miller Mr B Elder M E r jv4 Fields Miss Lisie Polsgrove Mr Ganelleary Mrs Vauda tiA Maggie Marcum J B Hndgens Miss Scott Col Robert Thompson Mrs Roe A FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUSSCniPTION M ittio Hiirwood Chas TO THC Â¬ tions strictly confidential A II nndbnnk of In- Â¬ formation concerning 1nteiilH and bow to ob- Â¬ tain them aent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notlcetn the Helciitlfic Amerirnn and thus are brousht widely berorothe public with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work in tne world t a year t nnipie copies sent free Building Kdltion monthly tJSOa year Single copies 2 H cents Kvery number contains beau Â¬ tiful A plates in colors and photographs of new Wb kna m1 nlna ciiauiiiiii kill Mil lu PIIUVT I k a 7iu plant ntilillm uunuvig eslens and secure contracts Address CO Nuw York 301 Broadway MUNN A 4 Avipi m LOUISVILLE THC TIES BRIGHTEST ANO BC3T AFTERNOON PAPCR IN THC SOUTH Â¬ he lady Umhkkila Found who lflt a haiulsitnm Ik umbrella in the lobby at the Post office can I I j Â¬ Â¬ get the same by cal in on Assis tant Postmaster Ciaijj or Mr Alex Johnson at the Postoffice and piying lor this notice Y SI C A Â¬ Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation In the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY SO CENTS 2d Or A MONTH the Mid land will sell tickets to Lexington Account and return at one fare Y M C A Convention 2 Febnary 20th to 9soo Year by Mall JNO A HAt DEMAN Bus Mvn BOB Fourth Avcnuc LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY m f Dndffriccs Cream Baklnz Powder 1FfJrHHwM4laWl jrMniiAiiiaak- aaun j- - aiiigiii WCT MMfflHaMffiWi I II HI EXTRAORDINARY RUBBER AND SHOE SALE 1 Era Kffu cje XXTCJEXEK THAT v S ST-A-IKLKE- S One large lot Ladies Very Fine Kid Button Welts onlv S2 were S3 and S3 50 All Bennett Bernard Fine Shoes go at 2 50 were S5 One large line Mens Fine Shoes calf good goods sizes 9 to 11 only 2 were 53 50 Oi e large line Mens Fine Shoes big sizes only now Si 50 were 2 and S225 One large lot Hoys Fine Calf Hioes lace and button go at 2 were S3 nLiE3 3X3ZOTTIJID XHSTTEZESEST1 ETT IEIEerOILSriE Eire m hi lw7 Out lirge lot Childrens Rubbers sizes S to g only ioc One lirge lot Ladies Rubber Sandah only 20c One large lor Mens Sandals only 50c One large lot Ladies Arctics 85c One 4arge lot Mens Aictics 65c One large lot Childrens Shoes grain button sizes 6 to 9 only 70c One large lot Mioses Shoes grain button sizes 12 to i only 90c 1 One large lot Ladies Caf Shoes lace full stock only Si One large lot Ladies Calf Shoes button full stock only Si 15 Onehrgelot MisseV Kid Shoes button patent spring heel only Si One large lot Ladies Kid Shoes button patent tin only Si One lai e lot Boys Shoes odds and ends button ana congress oniv i w mmmmmm f KtBtL v 1 HHTS iv tmmimm mmim m k m a SS1S 1 K k k2 m - w n x ii 1 All Aentloinv oT HA Spring mimReceived HA S 3U033 MITTQ the Just mmmmi JL 3 I II XJT m w- a A JtL mm A m New Styles iA yirj - mljhWUiSKWJemElrn and on Sale m 5SiS HMTS MMUiftasaadJM Ben Tjtlrlngtous Book 3Iusle--Unc- le Tom TIIK NEW T V V LIMITED 4 K Qp Dandruff Kills rHi WWW ISP If1 Bt1KI fYWH KlJiHf mm- - pt 13V tm 1 m I tiir iM i - v Fdward F Daviss Spectacular Seeing the name of Benjamin Commencing Sunday May 13th the Hair Company opened a weeks en Edrington appear frequently in the F F V Limited will leave gagement at the Academy of the proceedings of the Board oj daily at 1220 noon SWUM ABSOLUTELY music last night producing that Cincinnati The Direct and Popular Line to Trustees of the town of South old but ever popular play Uncle arriving at Washington at 740 a REMOVES MM Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ Frankfort which we have been Toms Cabin The company is m delphia 1120 a m and New republishing for several weeks a large one and in many respects a Excepting in the York 140 p m The train will Capt Jacob Swigert has presented strong one char- Â¬ consist of Composite Car Elegant us with an old book which he case of a few of the leading Â¬ acters all the parts in the cast are Day Coach with Smoking Comfound among the books of his taken by coloied folks partment Dining Car Pullman And all Ioints NORTH and WEST The Swigert who specialty or m ire properly speak- - Sleeping Cars of the latest and father the late Jacob Vestibued Trains was for many years Clerk of the ling perhaps the variety features most improved design and an Emphasis is GlEIK THE This Observation Car of tlie show are very good Dining Car Services Court of Appeals It is entitled placed on the Observa- Â¬ is particularly true of the singing especially SdlllP AND EN Guideand A Constables Palace Chair Cars Built by the Pullman of Miss Madah Hyer and the tion Car THE Company from Chesapeake and across the top of the title page is Magnolia quartette and Pullman Buffet Sleepers il the Benjamin Edringtons dancing of the Grundy Bros all Ohio plans the F F V Obser written For Sale by All Anil Only First Classs Accommodations Book The book was compiled colored and the singing and danc- vation Cars serve their purpose For Further Information Address better than any otheis that have Orujjists by Charles Humphreys and was ing n little Helen McCabe and ever been constructed leb 10 lr TUADKJUHK Petie printed by Thomas Skillman at La fiKMit ftMabel C aged respective- irAs the F F V Limited is the r llw rrm rnn anrl J BLBryan C P A W ft Crush S Pi L l IIV WWIIItUK IAV lllVUI I Vl Lexington in 18 13 and the paper of Jubilee singers about 25 jni an uoservaiion miiS LOUISVILLE KY nctt--xuu- y U L mi- upon which it was printed was number is a veiy excellent one OR handmade and is now yellow with Walter Espey plays the character iows mat tne unesaoeake and Ohio Kv alone ha scenery inter QSK SlftlMS MARKET WUJON MTTABLK f Uncle Tom exceedingly wed age On the fly leaf is written Url 1bucll1tr J kooiJ condition Al from Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 estiny enough to an Ob Is mutliii vne nttc HeLn McCabe as servation Car fhedemani Limited HO to lKiire erot mm iinH r i tei wt on BenM Pmnicfort hj I will Not Lend th is Book to F F V acts ner part very enectively is the only train running through Price Si 25 So buy and tiva no one Public Ledger Dec 25 1894 BEST IN QUAU1 from Cincinnati to New York that IOGT Hi QUANTITY read at your leasure And just FOOQ At the Opera House Wednes- enables the business men to transibelow is the following day February 13 act business in Cincinnati one day Behold ye stranger passing by and New York the next It is B Mrs Emily Thorne who resides at the only train for Jersey City Coast As you are now so once was I Toledo Washington says she has As I am now so you must be T AND FUOM never been able to procure any medi- - Lesoits whcl aro rched by the WHITES CHEfiM Prepare for defeat and follow me cine for rheumatism that relieves the F F V at dinner tifne instead of pain so quickly and effectually as in the evening It is the only Adieu false heart Chamberlains Pain Balm and that train that enables business men to Solid Vstlbuled Trnlns with Since we must part she has also used it for lame back FOR 20 YEARS Cars Elepiit Cn iclim Dliilnv Buiret Parlor with great success For sale by transact business in Cincinnati one The joys of the world go with you PflWitriglS Has led all WORM Hemodlec SarteiftCHHfr2ltet Ill come no more unto your door Phil Carpknteh South Side drug- day and reach Washington for EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 gist breakfast the next morning It is SOLD ALL DRVGGISTS you To tell you how I Prptntrpd by the most desirable train for New liiciunnsox jiKiKimno st torts J11 tfemorium ST n At the bottom of the page is England resorts connections being May 12 ly wltn Buffet Parlor nuuULVeMJbuwTrHn Sue died the name written in a different Mrs of HTowles nee Jenhlnsi Tom s at the made in the Union Depot in home near Washington tier husband Mr P C with the Colonial Bridgeport Ky on Krldaj ovnlns December L Batchelor hand 23tti ibJl Kor Home time sue hud been n MifTerer Express running through to Boston time dread intliuly consumption The best From the above we suppose from cal skill proved ot no nied mull so far us arrest which reaches New Haven 410 p that Mr Edrington was at one time lngltafatHl irocresi via concerned Ml coma m Cn New London Kin and UflvoteJ vvHtchlnz and unetlon no p m do to mitigate p In was had but still Bhemust a Constable 111 this citv and was de sue wu baptised nto the tellowshlp ot the Providence 715 p m and Boston BUCK EYE IT Bridgeport Christian Churcti ubout 17 years uzo p m The F F V is the left at the next election From that time till her do ith her piety wis 830 uniform and consistent extilblttug inanyot the only modern train lighted through- Â¬ peculiar virtues ot rede on to her hubind The feoutliHe ttTii Limited Solid Vstlbuled carrying a shy wan a true helpmate and to her two little out with Electricity A Flug- f TruceM Trli8 w tu Cjinbiiiiitlon Librarj Bullet and chlldi en u true mother o i tie day of her death Dining Car and an Observation CURES NOTHING BUT PILES SiiiokliiBOiiM Wainer Slwplnir and almost to the very hour Mould hae been the t Miches and DlnliiKCais landliiB Carf Elecant seventh annlvean of her married lite and in Car New Yoik City at Lid btreet Depot passeimers In Although the military title June of the present ear wool J have been the A 8URE and CERTAIN CURE Positive 33 nil rersary of ner blrt The removal of The Washington and Atlantic known for 15 years as tho NO FERRY TRANSFER A such a motaer wnlle In the prlau of 7011m Express also an Electric Lighted would suggest a war drama BEST REMEDY for PBLESi vroniir hood when she seamed to be so much which will be needed to exercise a mothers tender watch till Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ of Truce Flag He sure our tickets read via BIIJ KOfH care over her little darling Mar only Mx jeuw SLJI BY ALL jmvOOISTH KO MrCORMICK D II MARTIN rwtMtaty BICHABS80H USB CO 3T LOUIS produced at the Opera House old and Richard four Is an unsolved mjHter nati at 700 p in reaching Wash- Â¬ Pass Tronic Mutineer but weeping ones thou shalt know hereafter enl Pius Tcket Act His thoughts and ways are higher than ours ington 240 p m and Old Point February I2th cannot be classed May 12 ly CINCINNATI What a coiMolnlou to know that the call came Connection in soniy and gently as she lay In inortil weakness Comfort 600 p as such as the scenes are laid near wltu lur mind u icloiUed 1I1I lUing intot her is made at Washington with the JOHN KCHOLS of J RKCEI VKKS ST JOHN BOYLE R I between the self butwhomher husbmd and two little ous Providence 1j Si N TIME TABLE around affections of her heart note Boston Express or the Limited ths SOClOJ ll elltWlllrd nr UUJ 3 n r cflmrs Besdesher own family circle sheleavestvo reaching New York about 900 Uliau W R R brothers an i A M A M P M P M events of the civil war arc but re- and friends totwo sis ers and a huu of relatives p m At Norfolk connection is mourn her ios The memory of SOUTH THK MISSISSIPPI VALLEY KOUTS her many virtu s wit long shed a light upon made with the Old Dominion No motely alluded to The com- Â¬ the path or lire and cause the hearts that now NoJ9 No 21 No 21 so deeply greve for her to seek the straight and Steamship Line reaching New Lv Lexlnstou 845 777 755 615 pany is the same as was seen in narrow path thai she had trod which secured Tfie jnemmtis Yiirnalltoii 0HU 212 636 York 300 p m the next day for her an entrance though the pearly Kates Midway 017 227 the New York production one of The funeral mion was preached at the Spring Station J25 2S5 G 67 Christian Church In Bridgeport b Itev ONLY ONE NKiHTS HII1B Frankfort J60 551 8 0U 730 while the stage larsleon theiuudi loilowmgher ueath ieorge even excellence alter Bagdad 1023 617 3 JJ3 71 wht h she was borne to the narrow house ot the Two new houses of For 103S C 84 Pleasurevllle LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS a4 806 settings and accessories are most tomb In tne beautiful ult of the dead at Frauk eight Rknt each with hot and 11144 U41 Eminence Hf7 818 rooms fort and nil that was 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