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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- w IV The GEO A Framport Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO VOL XVIII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1895 25 iS IF M ws n 5SL M m- - i v j i - THE TOWN OF SOUTH FRANK- - the clerk ordered to have ioo A BAJSGEROUS GASH Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report FORT printed in numbers of the same Received bj Mr Henry Owsley pamphlet form for distribution In Cutting a Chew of The TrU8tee8 Were Opposed to The first ordinance requires every- Tobacco Collecting TOO Much one who has a sidewalk- in front A dispatch sent out from Ver- Â¬ Revenue of his lot to keep it in good re sailles on Saturday gives the fol Â¬ pair and have it scraped or swept lowing account of a peculiar acci- Â¬ But Sold tho Smith End of once a month The second pro- Conway Street for Three dent to a gentleman well known hibits anyone except watchmen Dollars in this city where he married police officers or malitia men in Mrs Owsley being formerly Miss As the ladies have had their say the discharge of their duty from Bourn Sanders and gotten out a first class paper firing a gun or pistol within the Mr Henry H Owsley the William H H Hardin was the we drop back into the harness town limits under penalty of 2 survey the town in accordance well known turfman is dangerous- Â¬ again and go on with the narrative fine unless the weapon be fired in with the original plat thereof The late Harry Hardin who was a ly ill at the home of Mr A W of the town of South Frankfort defense of the life liberty or prop- Â¬ south end of Conway street sold photographer here for many years Stanhope Some days ago while as told by the old record book erty of the person so firing or to Sanford Goins for three dollars and later in the furniture business cutting a chew of tobacco from a March 4 Joseph Gray O G in the old Major Hall building plug the knife came in contact Wagons and teams Most of the names which are now others Cates Daniel Epperson John He was a house painter by trade with a tin tag and glanced into his were prohibited carts appearing are those of persons and who are still remembered by our from remaining all night on any of Campbell and Geo W Graham and painted the gutter heads thumb cutting a gash to the bone and severing an artery the old State House older citizens but occasionally one the streets The running or strain elected trustees and sworn in by on A surgeon dressed the wound occurs which is not familiar Like ing of a horse mule or ass beyond Robert E Finnell Police Judge when they were first put up which afterward seemed to be two young men who lived here a walk trot or pace upon O G Cates was elected chairman and if we mistake not the healing rapidly Last Tuesday during the war who got tired any of the streets was for- - Geo W Gwin clerk and treasurer paint has never been renewed however it began to bleed pro If the person violating and W H H Hardin assessor since then His father had six fusely again and Mr Owsley lost paying fines in the police court bidden consciousness His physician proevery week and concluded to make the above was free he was to pay Clark a man of color was al sons to all of whom he gave the nounces him to be in a very danarrangenvnts with the judge to a fine but if a slave to receive lowed four dollars for removing a name of William either as first or gerous condition The removing of corpse from the cellar of the middle name charge them so much a year for thirty lashes J W Dullinger At last accounts Mr Owsley was a clerk in a dry goods store was improving sprees the board seems to dirt and stone from the street was school house F D Pettit was their on the North Side and was the have come to the conclusion that made a finable offense Cellar doors allowed an account of 2875 W O the repairs on pumps and wells in opening upon the streets were printing the by laws of the town first husband of Mrs Jane Red- CoO W Va Hardman Sheriff of Tyler appreciates a good thing the town were most too expensive to be kept closed at night Cock March 16 Robert Finnell asked dish James C Coleman was the and does not hesitate to say so He cold when paid for by the job and em- fighting playing cards and marbles the board to grant him license to late J Carter Coleman father of was almost prostrated with aCham Â¬ when he procured a bottle of ployed Micajah Goins to keep was prohibited on Sunday Per to keep a tavern which request Dr Jacob S and Mr John M berlains Cough Remedy He says It gave me it Lucas Brodhead was a to be an prompt relief I find for them in repair by the year for sons were not to leave wagons and was laid over from time to time Coleman invaluable remedy For sale by Phil eleven dollars payable in quarter- teams stand in the street without and seems never to have been capitalist and land speculator and coughs and colds Carpenter South Side druggist the father of Mrs Dan Swigert ly installments but as the money unhitching trace and breast chains granted m We believe Johnsons Magnetic August 17 Geo W Gwin ap- of Lexington Mrs Blan Temple was all paid in a lump at the end A fine of five pounds was fixed as of the year Mr Goins seems to punishment for injuring pumps or1 pointed a committee to sell the ft Louisville and Mrs R L Oil a most excellent remedy for neuralgia rheumatism lame back h house and lot recently purchased Phythian wife of Capt Phythian have been satisfied with one years wells or throwing stones ant3 and soreness of every kind 100 and was a bottles 50 cents experience and gave up his con- Â¬ into springs The selling or ui from Mrs Lucy P Todd to be of the U S Navy J W Gayle jiaves used for a school house of Mrs L Hord Sole Agent W H brother-in-latract The expense of running to slaves was prohibited jiter on H Hardin appointed a patrol for Joseph Smith was a stone cutter town must have been light as were not permitted the about the the town and it was ordered that by trade who married a sister of the Loan1 seems to have been op- the streets or lotT any negro found within the town the late Henry Murray and re posed to collecting more thin five market house icies of the or watchman off of the possessions of his or moved dollars from the people town mirshal to Louisville to live hundred c defined and her owner or employer without Robert Finnell was the father of and treasurct in taxes in any one year Mr L H Finnell and had charge ri surveyor ere- - being able to gtve a satisfactory March 10 1838 O G Cates the office o ated of himself or showing a 01 tne rauroaa oriuge tor many Â¬ account Geo W Graham Daniel EpperJanuary 2 son W H H Hardin and John Joseph 839 J W Dul- - written permission from his owner years prior to his death marshal notified to or employer if a free man shall Gray was the fath jr of Mrs Jane Campbell elected trustees and linger tov show t i c why he should forfeit and pay the sum of five Reddish and was a prominent sworn into office by Henry Win removed from office dollars and if a slave shall be member of the Methodist Church of the Peace The not gate Justice as perform his taken and put into the county jail For many years he wis Sergeant diure to board organized by electing O for G Cates chairman George W dul in removing fences placed of Franklin county and there re at Arms of the House of Repre- Â¬ as Gwin clerk and treasurer J W ac ss iIain street by Philip Swi- - main until the owner or employer sentatives He owned the propem Â¬ t and Lucas Brodhead O G of such slave shall pay the sum of erty where Mr Hiram Berry now Dullinger was elected town mar- Â¬ W Gwin appointed two dollars and fifty cents or re lives the house having been great - s and G shal A house owned by Mrs 1 ommittee to purchase the prop ceive on his or her bare back not ly modernized and improved in saw Perry on the east side of Shelby street and the old three stor vrty of Mrs Lucy P Todd and less than ten or more than thirty late years F D Pettit was the Mr Joseph Smith the object lashes to be assessed by the police father of Hon Thos S Pettit of brick which now stands on t being to convert the same into a judge Ordered that the tax Owensboro and published the west side of Shelby street betw school house Rev Eli Smith for the year 1839 be so rated and Franklin Farmer of which paper Second and the river declarer j be nuisances and ordered abt d ordered to remove fence from collected as not to exceed the Thomas B Stevenson for whom sum in the aggregate of five Tom Pettit was named was the as being inhabited by and res d across Cross street January 19 J W Dullinger hundred dollars on all the taxable editor Mrs Lucy Micajah j 01 is to by evildoers load was resigned as town marshal The property of said town the mother of Mr Tames MTnHrl allowed eleven dollars per i Km November 9 G W Gwin The ordinance prohibiting wagons will illVest for keeping pumps and in interest of Mrs Lucy P Todd in Co authorized to furnish and from standing upon the streets of old three story brick on Shelby repair said amount to bi in the Jfttle SUV street was purchased for 500 the put up a stove in the school room the town at night was a good one quarterly installments of j i W March 15 J mger house to be used for school belonging the trustee of the as the streets over there in those IlC pilCGS Will tlllK The tax rate was fixed town which stove is designed fur days were as dark as Egypt when gave bond as town m vith purposes ffOOds NGW at 40 cents on the hundred dollars j the comfort and convenience of there was no moonlight but like James C Coleman as sm IVed April 28 Philip lv or W H H Hardin resigned as j the children who may be going to many other of the laws passed by n0W O G Cates the board was never obeyed Main trustee John school in said house dered to open a port is Campbell and Daniel Epperson January 13 1840 Tne order The house of Mrs Eliza Perry street he having fenc up for harlesaPPomtetl a committee to solicit made fixing the taxes for 1839 at stood about where the residence the length of two squ n S Morehead presented iccount public subscriptions to help pay 500 in the aggragate was re of Mr M L Crutcher no stands Way 01 for 51 money paid him for for the school house purchased scinded and a tax ot 215 cents on on Shelby street and the account GrOOds 01 poll paid Gov Morehead was for im- laying down 34 rods irnpike Robert Finnell recommended to the hundred dollars and yOU Will CC1 on the old road near F Perrys His Excellency Gov Clarke as a jtax substituted Account of Vest proving a part of the street sup- - tlOllS Bacon for work on pump plat posed to be kept in repair by the which was allowed but time of fit person to fill the office of SaVC lllOney judge of the town of form and of Haly Goodwin for turnpike company The part of payment not fixed LyddaUPOMCe UUJ tlt Conway street sold to Sanford wlltJU Bacon appointed assess Lucas South lrankfort and solicit his ap work on school house allowed W H H Brodhead or no to o a part pointment accordingly George February 20 W Goin for three dollars is now occu- he iving Hardin appointed town marshal of Main Graham appointed as judge nied bv the residence of the fenced it m e ler I 11 of two February 2 Poll tax reduced of the election to be held Misses Peterson and the last time 1 1 lA cents 1 squares v oni list o sold brought 1400 G W on the first Saturday in March it to 87 linancesirom and by ng and Graham John Campbell and E S and Geo W Gwin to act as clerk ot die re have thirty Clover Seed--W- e ch had Coleman appointed a committee W H H Hardin resigned as governing se town of choice clover seed five bushels No 214 St Clair St next door to been prcpr 0 b Cates to employ the county surveyor town marshal and Liddall Bacon for sale Wood Brothers were pre- ed an id and and in conjunction with him re- - aypointed in his place R K McClure Woodlake Ky - Rol Powder Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE fr V ri 1 Â¬ Â¬ fVi 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ - a w Â¬ - mi JM cfM as j j YOU MUST 1 j I SEE THEOl They are Â¬ pretty pictures Thehand somet line of -- Â¬ broideries you ever all new designs and patterns and Oh How Cheap r Investigate and you We shall to iaye are daily any j Â¬ 1 and if there need jn the thi Dry Goods Jjmy No Juu taillly bit WdlCIHD f43i H II II T ll T 1 1 1 i a - w Y vq Til Ba Ba rcrt 133 ca rn EU RH UMUuiruuucauHiaacuuuisuuauMuaBaEBiaucaEu Ba no Ba rn Ba UNUSUAL tr 4 5 BUBBaBUBUBaBaBaBUBaBaBUBaBaBaBaBaBaBairaBaBaBaBauauubiiiBaLsbcuBai 3 sa We nave a large stock of win vi em rM Ba bu ra ua na oa ua ra Ba OR BU na sa Ba BU clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such gooas win u soia ior again To mark new goods at so much less than their value Eg oa BSf Ba oa Ba on OCT Ba ca Ba na Ba na Ba 1 Ba raa Ba na Ba na Ba on Ba on Ba ca na Ba rsa Mens Suits rn 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 17 Ba OS oat Ba oa1 Ba ua These prices are from Si to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been sell Â¬ ing the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices OR3 Ea OR Ba ea hei oa ea naEaoaoaoaoaoaoBoaoaoaoaEacaoaoaraoaoaoacaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoacaoaoa EaoaoaoaoaoaBaoaoaoaoaoaosoBoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoaoarsaoaoaBaoR BaBacaBaBBBQBaBQBaBaBaBaEaBBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBauaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBa EaEaEaEaEaEaEBEaEaEUEaEaEaEbiEaEUEaBUEUEUEUEUUUEBEaEUEUEaEaBUBu PERSONAL Judge I M Quigley of Paducah spent Monday here en route to Mays vllle where he was best man at the marriage of Hon Posey D Ball and The wedding Miss Annie Frazee took place Wednesday Miss Frazee sister of the bride was maid of honor Messrs J L and W H Waggoner entertained the Capital Hotel Euchre Club on Monday evening in the par Â¬ lor of the hotel from 8 until 1030 oclock Ladies prizes were awarded as follows First Miss Merrie Gillum second Miss Katie Strauss third Mrs Jas R Ely Gentlemens prizes wero also awarded to the following lucky fellows First Mr Stanly Stagg second Mr Will Ely third Capt W F Dandridge HUDSON HUMPHRIES Judge Eastln The Contest Hoard which had under consideration the contested election case of Boyle vs Toney the parties having been candidates for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Louisville district at the last November election on Mon day evening declared by a vote of three to two Judge Toney elected Gov Brown and Auditor Norman voting for Boyle and General Hendrick Attorney Secretary of State Headley and Treasurer Hale voting for Toney When notified Judge Toney declined to accept upon the ground that he did not receive the unanimous vote of the board and the Governor on yesterday appointed Mr George B Eastin a prominent Louisville attorney to fill the vacancy until the next Â¬ Â¬ CASSELL DAIRY -- oa ea on Ba oa etc nm Sto Brent of Paris visited Miss Lutie Ware last week Dr John L Phythian of Newport was in the city Sunday last Mr R W McRery left Monday for a business trip to New York A Kleber is visiting Mrs Jno friends in LsiG range this week Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles wao in the city the first of the week Mr Charlton Alexander jr of Paris was in the city on Monday last Mr J N Blakemore is very ill at his home near Farmdale with pneuMiss Mary Â¬ TIE LARGEST 11 THE GGUHTT 18 RDN BY- - MR THOMAS W THOMPSON BEAD WHAT HE SAYS OF PE0HI4 GLUTEN FEED I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup- Â¬ ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN FEED was recommended 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 O Shaw Frankfort Ky Frankfort January 17 1895 afternoon monia The Cinch Club was entertained by Mrs T B Rodman on Tuesday Miss Maine Bull has gone WOMENS WOES The Trouble tlio Lexington Jjudies Unci in Getting Out to New Orleans to witness the Mar d ignis celebration Messrs George F Berry and George L Payne left Monday for a hunt Â¬ ing trip to Arkansas Miss Traves Kavanaugh of Louis- Â¬ ville is visiting Miss Sue E Kava naugh on Todd street Mrs Thos H Paynter returned Monday evening from a visit to her daughter at Cincinnati Hon Sidney Whisner of Kansas City Missouri spent Sunday in this city with Mr J W Gayle Mrs Ohas V Saffell has been confined to the house for the past two weeks with an attack of grip Mr James Heeney returned Sunday evening from a visit to his brother and sister in Covington Tenn Mr T F Sullivan of Falls City Nebraska visited friendsand relatives in this city and county lust week Miss Jennie McDonald left Thursday morning for New Orleans to attend the Mardigras celebration Deputy Collector Ben T Farmer attended the funeral of Major Thos H Shelby in Lexington Wed Â¬ Their Paper E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt The Lexington Leader of Tuesday contains the following tale of Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT I3ST3CrR A3SrCE CO woe Â¬ Â¬ nesday i m 1 v v i H Judge Thomas Z Morrow of Som- Â¬ erset was in the city Monday and Tuesday on business before the Court of Appeals Mrs E P Denton and niece little Miss Esther Arnold of Bagdad spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this city visiting relatives Mrs Jas A Hodges and daughter little Miss Helen who have been vis iting relatives here returned home Monday afternoon Prof McHenry Rhoads went to Cleveland Ohio Monday to attend the meeting of a committee of the National Educational Association Mr Richard A VanDerveer who is now connected with the Louisville Post spent Wednesday and Thurs day in this city visiting his mother Misses Katie and Nellie Murphy entertained their many friends with cards on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Nellie Anglin of Lexinscton Miss Harris of Missouri and Miss Hendrick of Flemingsburg have been the guests of the Misses Hen Â¬ drick near Jetts this county this Â¬ Â¬ week Miss Annie Reed of Louisville who has been visiting the Misses Overton on Shelb street returned home Thursday accompanied by Miss Katie Green Miss Guerrant of Jessamine county and Miss Hume of Irvine have been visiting Mrs D Clay Lilly at the Southern Presbyterian parsonage this week Mr John McC Bull spent several days with his parents in this city this week having given up his position in a wholesale drug house in Chicago to accept a bettor one in a retail drug Ml Mi house in Louisville Squire A D Ragon of Alton was in the city Tuesday for the first time since Gov Brown has been in ofllce and called to pay his respects to His Excellency having voted for him the first time he ran for Congress in 1860 when two young to take his seat charge of the Washington Birthday edition of the P ess Transcript have had enough troubles to contend with to try the patience of saints and never want to see the inside of a office again The newspaper heartaches and disappointments of yesterday will never be forgotten and the historic spots of Central Kentucky will go unmark- Â¬ ed if they wait for another womans newspaper to raise the fund- The good ladies who undertook the arduous task of soliciting for the newspaper met with good success and alter pay Â¬ ing for type setting paper and the other publication expenses net proceeds of the enterprise will be from Si 50 to S200 In addition to this a lady to whom the copy for a large number of advertisements was given to be delivered to the printer took the package to the Press Transcript office but finding no one in carried the copy home placed it safely in her desk and forgot all about it not having been delivered until the paper was published without containing the advertisements The ladies of Frankfort who got out the Womens Kdition of the Roundabout had no such They held no public worry meetings to decide upon issuing the paper it was gotten up on a it was issued weeks notice without a flourish of trumpets announcing its coming and without assistance from their sisters in other cities the matter it contained was very interesting and of every thing home production worked smoothly and the result was a paper which will compare favorably with the mammoth sheets gotten out by the ladies of the larger cities We would respect- Â¬ fully suggest to the ladies of Lex ington that when they contemplate going into the newspaper busi ness again they come down and take counsel of the ladies of the Capital City and Jhey may receive some pointers which may be valuable to them The ladies in AGENTS Have Removed From the Baltzel Building ON MAIN STEET TO November election Best Paper Yet Â¬ The The Woodford Sun says Basement nf the Capital Hntel ladies of Frankfort edited and published the last weeks issue of 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a the Frankfort Roundabout short time They exhaust d the eight pages of DR MOTTS the regular issue before they wtre RESTORED MANHOOD NEUYEBINE h ilf tluough talking and had to PILLS and all nervous diseases of Krent remedy for miSNi JLjjM Thoironornll vo orenns rorvoun prostrationnsNorvous Prostration Fall put the balance in a supplement sex such tlio of either inn or Lost Manhood Impoteney Nlchtly Emissions Youtlif nl Krrors The ladies tackled every subject 8y Mental Worry oxcesslvo nso of Tolmoro or Opium which lend to Con s Humntlnn niul Inanltr With ovorvHS order wo irlvo a written minrtlm money Sold Bt boxes nutw In furo silver question to BEKOHK AND AFT1SB USING loraGOO JUt MOTTMCIUMICAICO Ort per lovO Ohio f om the Cleveland and men clubs 23 y womans Feb devils and it is simply justice to Lfe sty that the Roundabout readers sSfc fe never had a better paper for the 5 5 -Â¬ 1 101 AND 102 ANN STHEET -- money nor more of it Matrimonial Hancock McGrath Mr Geo W Hancock of this county and a well known lawyer at the bar in this city was married Tuesday to Miss Nonie E McGrath of Ver- sailles at St Pauls Catholic Church in that place Rev Father Bealey officiating No cards 1 I I J post by age mail prepaid to any address in Kentucky one year for a The Post is anti column 8 pago daily established in z8q the lead inn afternoon journal ot Kentucky prints the full report of the Associated Press full market reports Washington and Frankfort correspondence special telegraph news from all parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choice mis- Â¬ cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and easily the type large andpersonsread Agents wanted write for terms NOTICE All who wish to take advantage of this offer must make checks and money orders payable to B G BOYLE Room E 536 Third St Louisville Ky m 2 Think of it Less than By an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville I urn enabled to make an unprecedented offer to the news paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the YEAR PERFOUR CENTS a week ik slls W A W W -- THE CHANGE OF LIFETIME A 4fe t jkjio y t c cxrciunvr x uji wncinr uii a t a iixiiv tncT 4k 4fe Piles Pilep Piles Â¬ Â¬ Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated It absorbs the and Itching Piles tumors allays the itohing at once acts as a poultice gives instant Tlio Ofllco Scorched Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and A fire in the office at the Kennothing else Every box is guaran- Â¬ Sold by druggists sent by tucky River Mills Tuesday night teed mail for 50c and 100 per box caused an alarm to be turned in WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve land O Sold by Holmes isaird The damage to Irom box 36 the building was not serious and Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke the flames soon extinguished 7 4 4fe 4fe sfo- Ht fc Â¬ ftr AH fo fe 4Ss vfc 7 THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has tlio Best Tcrmlnul Facili Â¬ ties it Chicago Your liifo Away c Blood Will Toll Â¬ The truthful sturtlliitf title or u book about the only hurmlona ouakantkkd According to tho condition of it cure if you want to quit mid cant usu Hruc up iilcotmlz l nerves If in bad order it BhowB itself in pim Â¬ eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men ples sallow complexion and various Posltivu euro erruptioiiH of the skin Kalu strennth weight una vigor If in good or money refunded Â¬ Hook at druKKlsts or mailed free AddrcstH order it shows in tho clear complex The Sterling Hemedy to Chicago 45 Randolph ion the glow of health tho good OctO ly Si New York KlSpruceSt spirits The latter condition you Â¬ Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award FOR DYSPEPSIA BHOWNS IKON U1TTKK8 All dealers keep it SI per bottle Genuine hoi trade mark ana croiscd red lines on wraepcr IudlKCstlon and Stomach disorders take can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri ller and nerve tonic 25c and 50c a package at P H Oaipentebs drug 0 store - m Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure drape Cream J ot Tartar Powder trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most icturesquo portion of tho city and and passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This stution Ib con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Loland HotelB 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 atreet Stations Trains Magnificent Vestibuled Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfor across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E OMcCobmick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Mautin Qenl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ m Kj VWSWj it j WKiWWSPWMMKTOfiSiiHKisflliwWJBWWEiMffii f iJlteLJ1jbZjMjHlj a - u--t- 4iUU- J yhnftLik iE a1 ajJi maAiMa -- iJtiikituA tUStspfr iitfSsvw vBg5r ttiAad49 3 i XWPTvSHS Wr WfmmMm w S H ON THE LOOKOUT if W 11 car w 11 for her hand than a golden band of beauty Come and see the latest rings How those brilliant Dia Â¬ monds Rubies Emeralds c sparkle They are worthy to adorn the finger of the best The laugh will be on the profit side of your pocket when we tell you that we are selling SlUh raro in forms of rings from One Dollar to the hundreds Clocks at Tjrinns thnt wnnM mniro Silverware Evesrlasses the miser purchase if he happened to come our way See the smiling faces of our happy patrons -- season THE love is atof sending messages hand What better 11 51 11 Kl honi-il-io- FJ c 11 l ri 1 rl Deutli or Collector Shelby J M Forks of Elkliorn 233 St Olstir THE LEADING JEWELER near here M SGLB6RW ZFrstnlsfcrt TZl y ri j fi A 4 i iv his household and kitchen furniture farming imple- Â¬ Considerable grip in this see- - ments etc Major Thomas H Shelby Col lector of Internal Revenue in this tion at this time Mr Robert Jones who for a EIO XZLSTOIfcT Mr S Black who has been number of years has been in busi- Â¬ district died at his home in Lex Â¬ ton Tuesday morning at 5 minutes sick for the past week is improv- ness in Arkansas returned to Ken- Â¬ ing tucky last week to make it his His death was the to 2 oclock Rev S C Mitchell preached at home in the future result of a stroke of paralysis re Buck Sunday morning and Mr and Mrs Wash Allen and He night Run ceived about two weeks ago ifSSS little daughter Fannie J of was a grandson of Gov Isaac Mr Marion Featherston is on Oxford Scott county spent Sat- Â¬ disclosing too UPHOL Â¬ Shelby first Governor of this the sick list this week Also Miss urday and Sunday with the family Our STERED FURNITURE State and was a gentleman highly Carrie Brock of Mr T T Cannon respected by all who knew him Mr B B Bigstaff has been in Almost all the Goddard family We will offer ar He was appointed to the office of have been sick for the past week our midst this week shaking hands with his many friends Rest collector by President Cleveland with the grip assured old friend a heirty wel- Â¬ The birthday of Washington come ever awaits in 1893 and had filled the office you in this was passed tamely by A little vicinity about eighteen months with honor to himself and the entire satisfac- Â¬ patriotism is needed The severe winter and stringent Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Several of our young people at- Â¬ tion of the department at Wash- Â¬ finances causes great suffering c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Come while tended the hop at Stamping among the poorer ington classes The the assortment is unbroken Ground Thursday night moderation of the past week how- Â¬ Head Cut and Eye Black Ernest Parrenc visited his ever causes the prospects to In the hurry of getting ready to brother Willie at Georgetown brighten several days this week The sermon Stumbling Blocks make a run out to a fire Saturday Llewellyn Cannon has Mr delivered by Prof Mitchell of morning Mr Frank C Hutchison been on a visit to relatives in Scott Georgetown College pastor of driver of the ladder wagon re- Â¬ county several days this week Buck Run Chu ch last Sunday ceived an ugly gash on the head Elder J K P South will preach evening was on of unusual fervor and had his left eye closed The Each visit our at the Christian Church Sunday and pathos worthy brother m ikes to this com apparatus which keeps the harness also at Switzer Saturday night munitv but cnleirs him more and the shafts of the wagon sus Miss May Quilling of Pendle- fully in the hearts of the people pended over tin spot where the ton Arkansas was the charming causing that proper apprecia on horse stops when he runs out of guest of Miss Annie South last that so eminent a divine deserves the stall ready to be hooked up got week The following college items out of order and in endeavoring Mr W T B South left Wed- Â¬ from the- Georgetown limes of DEALERS IN- to lower it the harness fell and nesday for a business trip to the February 6th will no d ubt be of struck Mr Hutchison on the head mountains to be gone several interest to the many friends of weeks Willie Parrent as well as to those inflicting the above injury The Mrs Amanda French who has of the other two young gentlem n wound was so painful as to prevent viz Mr been in delicate health for a con- Â¬ mentioned Parrent his attending to his duties for siderable time remains quite had the best mark last quarter several days feeble Out of the four college 9 93 quarters in the last ha f Mr R Gen Gordon to Lecture Hero Mr William Bonar left last week for Louisiana where he wi 1 Hinton had the best mark twice Mr H K Wallace once and Mr of engage in ousiness Gen John B Gordon Success to W E Parrent once Georgia will deliver his famous you B Hie Last Days of the Con- Â¬ lecture Mr Charley Young and Miss A Great Oiler federacy at the Opera House in Bettie Suter spent Sunday in Mid We will send the Roundabout this city on the evening of Satur- way with the latters sister Miss one year and The Louisville Even day March 16th This famous Katie Suter Mr Lee French and family ing Post one year to any sub- Â¬ soldier and statesman should be scriber for per year Now greeted with a large audience have been visiting friends at is the time S3 00 to subscribe Monterey Owen county several when he visits our city V days this week Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Will Pluee Her in Good Hands Miss Eudora South spent the Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma latter part of last week with rela Mr E W Ayres of Wood tives at Stamping Ground and atford county is considering an offer tended the hop from Salisbury to campaign the Mr and Mrs Howard Lucas great futurity winner Beuzetta have returned home after a pro with the Plcasmton stable tracted visit to the tormer s sister 212 this year Salisbury has a way of in Scott county Mrs S S Darnell and children getting everything out of a horse are spending a week with Mrs Accident to Mrs Johnson Darnells uncle Mr Ben Hocken smith near Switzer The many friends of Mrs E Miss Bettie Suter a bright and Polk Johnson in this city regret attractive young lady of Swallow- DEALERS IN wmwoiaitcui nuuttiiaaun wjuumii wm very much to learn that she was ueiu was me guesi 01 ivirs ivionie so unfortunate as to meet with a McBride the first of the week fall at her home in Louisville on Misses Annie South and Mary IHI AMMIUI TBUCU COWAtt 5IICMSMS MW UJA Monday which resulted in break Gallahue returned home Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss Sallie ing her arm in three places ABSOLUTELY PURE Samuels at Stamping Ground THE OLD REUABLE Jett to Huvo a Physician Howard Crane is quite sick A COMPLETE LINE OF with typhoid fever at the home of CAPORAL Dr John F Jessee of Sweet his father J V Crane on the RUNNING HORSE GOODS Home Henry county brother of Versailles and Frankfort pike near Mrs William Cromwell of this here ALWAYS ON HAND Hu stood tha Test of Tina city will locate at Jetts Station Mr Frank Heaton having al- Â¬ MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER next month for the ready disposed of his farm will this count BRANDS COMBINED INnST of his profession offer for sale Saturday at his home practice Dec 16 1 y i V It Co mar 10 Sm YOU WANTTO O THIS OFFER much inventory until further notice greatlv REDUGED FKLIQES R ROGERS SON Â¬ RKMcCLURESOH -- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Gaps Books and IFJSeAISraSZILrOKT 1 m r- - Â¬ Stationery IEZ Black 8c Hursey Â¬ TOWH FIjiE HARNESS and SADDLES SWEET CIGARETTE TROTTING and 232 I STEEET f j Jkmmnmbglfrf smu 0 ta- w w8VW 3 k1 GET INTO THE BAND WAGON t The above is a common every day American expression I have bought an immense lot of GOLD and GOLD FILLED OASES at panicky price and I want the public to share the benefits of the deal The but onlv good for THIRTY DAYS holds W L COPPERSMITH FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT THE POPULAR JEWELER 227 St Clair St so R Ely H H Watson Dr W HIS CliOTIIING CAUGHT FIRE H Averill and Ed W Ay res Entered at the post offlce nt FrankfortKentuckjr Active Hon W C Owens Mr W II Julian Meets With ti as second class mailable matter George B Jno W Rodman Serious Accident Pub Hays R A Thornton Lloyd GEO A LEWIS Editor and Mr William H Julian was in Featherston and Alex W Mack FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 23 1895 the law office of Mr Hugh Rod Â¬ lin man in the Old Mansion House COL R P PEPPER DEAD WAS A DAISY IT building on Main street Sunday night about 730 oclock and was Tlio Famous Turfuian Expired Is What Every One Buys of tlie disrobing preparatory to going to at His Home in This City Womans Edition of the Monday bed when his underclothing took Roundabout fire in some way from a lamp We have heard nothing but Col Robert P Pepper one of he had lighted and in a moment the best known citizens of Central praise of the last issue of Rounda- - he was in flames all over Mr Kentucky died at his home on bout which was edited entirely by Fred Gordon of the fire departWest Main street in this city the ladies of the city We are ment was in the office of Messrs His death not surprised for we knew in ad Cromwell Tuesday morning Franklin across the was a surprise and shock to those vance that it would be just exactly street talking to Mr Franklin and not aware of his physical condi Â¬ what everyone has pronounced it the office being in the second the best issue of the paper ever tion he having been confined to story he could see over the cur- Â¬ bed only about two weeks though gotten out tains at the windows of the room he had long been a sufferer from Our neighbor of the Capital in which Mr Julian was and see- Â¬ Brights disease but to all out- Â¬ says of it Editor Geo A Lewis ing his dangerous predicament ward appearance seemed likely to has been getting out a very credit Messrs Gordon and Franklin ran His death able weekly newspaper but it im- Â¬ over to his assistance Mr Gordon live many years yet was a terrible blow to his devoted proved the very first week he kicked the door open gathered up wife and children and is a great turned it over to the ladies a blanket and threw it over Mr loss to the community and State The Louisville Times says The Julian smothering the flames in both of which he was a useful Saturday issue of the Frankfort Drs Duvall and Gober were at citizen Roundabout was gotten out by once summoned and upon making The deceased was born in the ladies of the town and was an examination found Mr Julian Woodford county where he was really a credit to their talents and was severely burned on the left reared upon a farm receiving his labors breast and the skin burned off the education in the private schools The Western Argus says The back of the left hand and left of Versailles Early in life he be- Â¬ womans edition of the Rounda- Â¬ cheek and after dressing his gan raising fine stock and soon bout appeared last Saturday bright injuries Mr Julian was removed took rank as one of the most sue and sparkling as its editors to the room occupied by himself cessful breeders of saddle horses and his brother Judge Ira Julian About the in Central Kentucky The County Assessment adjoining their office on St Clair close of the war he removed to The following is the assessment street It was at first thought he this city to reside and commenced had inhaled the fire but this proved the manufacture of whisky but in of property in this county for tax Â¬ not to be the case and he is doing 1874 he gave it up and turned his ation this year as returned to the as well as possible attention entirely to the breeding County Clerk 3560395 and developing of fine trotting City Hope Crushed to Earth 583492 First Precinct stock and from that time on did Forks 614907 Wlllrle again In the bosom ot a dyspeptic more for the advancement of the Bellepoint 83565 wise enough to substitute for the pseudo 405261 tonics which have bamboozled him out ot his trotting hoise interests than most Peaks Mill belief In the possibility of cure the real In 352431 vlgorant and stomachic Bostetters Stomach any man in this part of the State Bald Knob 559165 Bitters The bilious the nervous the dyspep He bred and developed some of Bridgeport 26130 tic the rheurrutlc alike derive speedy benefit County colored the fastest animals which ever City colored 145170 from this helpful botanic medicine Persons suffering from Indigestion will gain no positive 141668 permanent good from the fiery unmedlcated faced a starter upon the trotting Increased by Supervisors stimulant of commerce too often used reckless turf and owned Onward one of 6472179 ly The Bitters Is Immeasurable to be preferred the greatest of all trotting sires as Decrease as Its 15090 to thesethe a tonic sincewithpure basis Is modified by conjnnctlon it of vegetable In well as Norval Madrid Code and gredients of the highest remedlcal excellence Malaria Is prevented und remedied by It and It In 86457089 Infuses vigor Into the weak and sickly A wlne others equally well known Total gldssful three times a day Is the overage dose this busines he had amassed a con- Â¬ Grasp the Opportunity siderable lortune and owned two Frankfort Contributors Our enterprising druggist P H fine farms in Woodford counOarpentek cordially invites you to ty and two in Scott county be try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales House- Â¬ The womans edition of the This new remedy hold sides a large number of fine acts Cough Cure the bronohial tubes Press Transcript contains a very quickly on trotting animals and in addition throat and lungs lessens the desire appropriate poem written by Mrs cough and heals mucous mem- Â¬ C Morton of this city carried insurance policies upon his to brane If consumption it will cure Jennie vou Pleasant to take The children a id a very prominent place is life amounting to 110000 like it c given it on the first page entitled Col Pepper was twice married Attacked With Vertigo The Heroines of Bryans Stahis first wife being Miss Kinkead Mrs Morton is a great tion of Woodford county and from Mr Walter Franklin was stand Â¬ granddaughter of Capt William this union but one child survives ing near the corner of St Clair Mrs Clay H Hatchitt of Scott and Main streets Tuesday morn Â¬ Bryan from whom the station de- Â¬ His second wife was ing when he was attacked with rived its name county The same edition has a very Miss Lizzie T Starling daughter vertigo and would have fallen to of Col Lyne Starling of this city the pavement had it not been that able article from the pen of Miss who together with seven children those near him caught and assisted Hallie Herndon on the Sphere of viz Misses Laura P Maria S him into the office of Messrs John Woman Elizabeth Mahala E Louise and L Scott Son and laid him upThe Modern Invalid Lina and Mr Robert P Pepper on a sofa He was afterward re Â¬ jr still survives moved to his home on Steele Has tastes medicinally in keeping A remedy His funeral took place Thurs street where he fully recovered in with other luxuries must be pleasantly acceptable in day morning at 1 oclock from a few hours form purely wholesome in com- Â¬ the First Presbyterian Church and Mrs Emily Thorne who resides at the remains were interred in the Toledo Washington says she has position truly beneficial in effect cemetery The services were never been able to procure any medi Â¬ and entirely free from every obcine for rheumatism that relieves the If really ill conducted by Rev J McClusky pain so quickly and effectually as jectionable quality Chamborluins Pain Balm and that he consults a physician if constiBlayney D D and the following she has also used it for lame back pated he uses the gentle family with great success For sale by gentlemen acted as pall beaiers Carpenter South Side drug laxative Syrup of Figs Honorary Hon W S Pryor Phil gist Col Thos Rodman sr John The best work in town is done If you dont want good work Mastin S Blacl Edward dont try the Capital Steam at the Capital Steam Laundry isley Robert Bratton Dr J Laundry 24 tf 24 t m i vj ijimu l I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS Knives Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Nails Wire or any thing in the way of need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Powder Shot and Shells Call on Harness Or if you Iron Pipe C E COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer Crique Germ Proof Filter The Best And Cheapest pil tep In Use It Will Make the Muddiest Water Clear as Crystal I refer by special permission to the Executive Offices State National Bank Gustav Lafontane IW and J Luscher ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY FAMILY 1 ESole Agent Ann Street POWER A 3 Tube Every Baker In Frankfurt UsInjrArctic Flom 1 Pasteur Filter for Sale Cheap HAVE YOU TRIED fc H THE J E H FLOUR THE BEST IN THE WORLD I mffll E03 Hffll H mwrAzzfcyM Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and becon- vinced -- JUlL Patronize Home Industry CALL ON M A COLLINS -- I n FOK BARGAINS IN- - Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass Oils Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement TCaster Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc a w p m tylijm t VAnyvJv wy- - mmmmmm CDRjTER MAIN AND LEWIB IUJ BTREETH - Jt J r w - - r - w rRi Mr LumsxiiMSBSM M MI We are still in the ring cci a -i- T-jcrr 1895 1 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 cail and see us and our prices will speak for themselves Respectfully SHOES and HATS - ZMZeotelaeit ZLVEeurslisLll Cay use had fled the services at the rate of a pound of country and no engagement fol- Â¬ lead for a pound of gold lowed The force remained at Much trouble was experienced Fort Whitman during the ensuing from parties of hostile Indhns summer and in the fall Old Joe creeping into the miners camp at rj FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Valley to report Gillems death days but the FRANKFORT FEBRUARY 23 1895 PIONEER WEST IilFE IN THE lie enforcements Sent For GÂ¬li Â¬ tems Death Frazers Ter rible Trip for Relief Re Â¬ cruits Raised Arrival of JJano and Critten Â¬ den Hanging of nla Mining BY S R S Chapter IV The ceremonies attending the burial of the fallen heroes being ended a council of war was held As it was apparent from the previous fights that the Indians largely outnumbered the force under Gillem it was determined that re Â¬ H M w r a S3- icy enforcements were necessary and word to that effect must be sent to the Williamette Valley Gillem accordingly selected twelve men i eluding Frazer and accompany- Â¬ ing them himself they left the fort at midnight to prevent discovery of their movement by the Indians Two wagons were taken along to bring back provisions from the post at the Dais Next day a place called the was reached Springs Willow Here trans- Â¬ and a halt made pired a tragedy that sent gloom through all the white settlements and brought sorrow and distress to the hearts of hundreds of brave In the afternoon frontiersmen Frazer and a man named Rhiner son were directed by Gillem to go ahead to the Dais and arrange for While engaged the provisions at one of the wagons getting some jerked meat for the journey Gillem came up and attempted to get a stake rope out to fasten the mule he had been riding A man named Roberson was also in the front of the wagon busied in re- Â¬ In some moving some articles way never explained a gun with ramrod inside the barrel that hung in a rack in the wagon was discharged and the ramrod sent on its mission of death through Gillems brain Uttering a groan he fell and instantly expired The ramrod was extracted by a Frenchman one of the party and the corpse placed in the wagon Thus died one of the most daring of frontier leaders active in the Nauvoo expulsion of the Mormons and a participater in the Seminole war in the Florida Kverglades Frazer and Rhinerson pushed forward on their mission to the Dais and reaching there sent back a force to meet their comrades who were traveling at a slower speed Hiring an Indian and canoe they then began a journey down the Columbia river to Williamette About to his family and friends twelve miles from Cascade Falls at Wind River Mountain the Indian refused to go further for fear the canoe would be upset in the rough water and landed the two men on the south side of the river From this point they began Skirting the the journey on foot base of the Casca e Mountains they encountered many sloughs from the river they were com- Â¬ pelled to swim besides a rugged rough country that made travel toilsome Besides the other hard- Â¬ ships hunger asserted its pangs so that arriving at a deserted Indian camp and finding the carcus of a dead horse most of which had been eaten by the Indians they cut several slices from the neck and ate them to satisfy the stomachs intense crav- Â¬ ings When within a few miles c f the Falls Rhinerson succumbed from VIGORIMEN Easily Quickly Permanently Restart I Lane came out from the East night shooting the occupants and with a force of U S troops under often murdering an entire camp command of Phil Carney and Geo Retaliation was practiced by the B Crittenden This was in 1847 whites and often an entire Indian Notification was sent to tle camp was destroyed including Cayuse tribe by Lane that unless squaws and children It was a of the massacre fearful state of barbarous warfare the perpetrators at Fort Whitman were promptly and continued till the emigration surrendered the entire tribe would of 1849 began to pour over the be exterminated After some plains from the States and fill up delay eighteen Indians were sur- the country establishing new Frazer con- Â¬ rendered by the Cayuse as the mines and twns After trial at tinued mining and running his guilty parties Oregon City the accused being farm in Oregon till 1853 when he defended by a man named Love returned to Kentucky and married joy they were all condemned and all executed by hanging from the This closed the same scaffold Cayuse war Â¬ IIIPVETIP UCDUIUE iBBold with writ- - restore Lost Manhood Cares weaknesses Nervous Debility and all the evils from early or later ex Â¬ cesses tho results of overwork worry sickness etc Full strength tone and development given to every organ or portion of the body Improve Â¬ ment immediately seen from the first box Thous Â¬ ands of letters of praise on filein our office Can be carried in vest pocket Bent by mail to any address on receipt of price One months treat Â¬ ment in each box Pnco100 6 boxes 500 with Written Guarantee to refund money if not cured Bond to us for the Genuine Circulars Free J W QAYLE Sole Agent DR W I KELLEY O OF CINCINNATI will be at tne PHOENIX HOTBI IX LEXINGTON KY M Saturday March 2 1895 Saturday March 16 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain exhaustion Frazer continued the journey and reached the foot of the rapids discovered a camp of whites on the opposite side HalÂ¬ looing a canoe came over and took him across He was at once supplied with food and Rhiner sons condition being made known a party was at once sent out that brought him in about midnight Recuperated a boat was procured and the Williamette Valley reached in safety The settlers were as sembled and the news of Gillems death disclosed as also the condition of the force at Fort Whitman An escort was promptly dis patched to bring in Gillems reThe interment was con mains ducted with all the honors possible in such a frontier country Between 200 and 300 recruits were quickly enlisted as a for the force at Fort Whitman A man named Lee was chosen as Gillems successor in The march was begun command at once and after passing the Dais Lee asked for volunteers to go forward and discover the condition of affairs at Whitman and if all safe toapprisethem of their coming Frazer and a man named Morrison with two Indian scouts Going at a loap all responded day at midnight following they reached the fort and being recog nizedwere admitted by the guards The entire garrison was asleep but awakened by the noise they rose en masse from their beds and rushing out seized Frazer and his com Â¬ rade and bore them about the enclosure with shouts of joy There was little sleep the balance of the night Frazers journey and the incidents of Gillems death and burial awakening the most intense interest Two days after- Â¬ wards Lees force arrived Scouting was kept up for many Â¬ The mining excitement in CaliAwarded REEEREXCES W McKee Bardie Frankfort Ky fornia was beginning to attract at Highest Honors Worlds Fair J A scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky tention and the lull in active J T tstaten Frankfort Xy V Berherlch Frankfort Ky opearations following the Cayuse Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky war led to the formation of a comft J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky pany of twelve stout energetic jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky frontiersmen led by Frazer as DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 266 West Eighth streetClnciunatl and where he may Making the captain to go there be found every day of each week except SATUrV DAYS Pamphlets describing thesi diseases little preparation necessary they and the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D b y addressing CilgUli dkKiwiuuniivi Reaching 209 began the march CONSULTATION FREE Rogue river they made camp near a spring Just below and in sight a lot of Indian squaws DENTAL - LABORATORY were seen gathering wild angeli Over Guy Barretts News Depot co As these were being passed MOST PERFECT MADE MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY on resuming the march a man A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free rnEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT Â¬ DR Â¬ CREAM TV BAKING MWDBt AT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ named Bowman raised his gun and deliberately shot and killed a young squaw and another was aiming his gun at an old squaw who was frantically waving her hands for mercy when Frazer interposed and ordered his gun down and advised him to shoot Bowman instead proImmediately afterwards voked by the atrocious murder a band of at least 100 Indians armed with bows and arrows attacked and pursued the whites The latter being well armed managed to keep them at a distance killing many That night camp was made but quickly abandoned and the march resumed and travel The pursuit kept up all night was never given over till they were out of the Indian country and Shasta Valley was reached The man Bowman who had mur- Â¬ dered the squaw was so condemned by his comrades that he was of little account afterwards Reaching the mines on Feather river work was begun and from one hundred to two hundred dol lars per day per man was taken The gold was picked out out from crevices with knives and washed out in tin pans the more modern improved machinery being Indians were em- of later use ployed to assist in the work of extraction being paid for their Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A SPLENDID S FARM SALE COUKT artlfl charge for extracting without pain whenpropor Other work In lal teeth are ordered B ly Jan tion All work vnrruntea with Vitalized fljftra Iapplication so u siv Teeth Artillcial i4iAJ pain Best on HUDoer Air o local Â¬ FARM THE FOR RENT FlUNKMN C1HCU1T ISHAM RAILEY L SInEquit Versus c J COX VIRTIE OK THE JUDGMENT RENPERKI has advantages BYIn the abovrt cause at the Jiuiutiry term lfcJo and tobacco granitic and particulars apply for to For highest and best dairy and marketing herresidencon Ann street will sell nt public sle to the the undersigned at bidder on ortoFrankChlnn attorney Mitt MAIIY J DUDLEY ia tf 1 FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE the city limits of trankfort on the Ver Â¬ sailles pike containing 205 acres Is for rent from March 1st ISS5 to Mnrcl 1st 1BD6 Tho place Is well adapted to general fumilng stock raising the courthouse Ioor In the city ofa Frunktort 3 m betuen the hours 01 KiocUik mid and elin telve oclock u in 011 acieilit ot in equil Instiiltu ins the tnllonlni teen months property or so much thereof 11s imt be nectssirv to raise J 100 it he n mount or the debtlnteiest and cost herein to w It Said reit est ite Is that certain tract or parcel At Ky 1 G OLD JUDGE BEST I S THEfor WHISKY IN FRNAKfort - of lnudcontnlnliw iniiUMt iltMsmt Baptist Church and including the county ro id lending from stednians mill to Collar Cove and on the west by the lands former Â¬ ly owned b Jno Mullen deceased mid Cheaney tlitt Is beulnnlnj at a sjcamore tree on the went bmkof Main Llknorn creek cnrierof Samuel Martin thence north with the imauders of said creek to the line of Jno T llockei smith theuco west and north and northwest with the lines of said HockersmUh to the lauds former y ovyuedbyJohnMullendecei8ed thence south with the Hues of said Mullens land aim that formerly owned by Iht uuey 1 ho count road lead Inu from Sediunns mill to Cedar Cove thence Including said road and with I lie linos of Ja Martin aiitlubteduiin the Baptist Church and Samul Martin to the bediming 1 will first oiler said laud In parcels a descrip Â¬ tion ami phit of which can be sei u on application commissioner tj the undersKiiedoffer said ttac as a whole and And 1 will then accept tlr bid or bids under which tho greatest sum will bo re illied for aid whole tract provided homwer that ir nil mie or two or tne parcels shall bring enough to satisfy the lions of the Dank of Kentucky mid Ishuin Uale then the roiinlnlm arcelor parcels will not be soldI nor S ild nuls will sal I tract u- a whohi bo offered will bo sold subject ton lieu f v SlSrxwItn Inter 2 1KM until paid In favor cf est ftoin la uir the Infant defendants In the suit 1urehusiT to give bond with good nndsulllcleut surety bearing Interest Irom date to havo the A lieu will furco ml effect of a replevin bond bo reserved on the property sold until till the pur chase money Is paid w H p0SKV Master Commissioner feb lC 2t Â¬ 11 On the north by the la d of Jno T Hockersnilth on the eist byMaUiElk Simuvl the south hoii creek on tue Martin b Mrs hinds ofMedman Iiinihi Martin iiuUJams Kou as follows to wit in nioieorles and which Is Mtuited and Frmklln bounded county Main Elkhom creek ioip hundred and tlfty acres Family or pica For sale by Try it and be convinced U Kagin J Lusoher McKee Hardie W W Cherry and M T Mitchell LAWYERS IVAf CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Courts of Franklin ami the adjoining counties and will also glo special uttenton to tho pur Â¬ chase mid sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In tho i 1 IV CHINN A Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Otllce second Will practice In all State Courts lloor Custom House mmmmHmMmmmm tm mi mvmttimmmm tm 1 WA NTED t The Wholesale and Retail Trade of Frankfort and Central Ky Call and see the goods If prices will get the trade it is mine 4 Qu rt Coffee Pot 10c A i Vf Galvanized Iron Wash Pan 10c 10 Qt Galv Iron Water Bucket 20c 18 inch Grate complete ready to set 225 JNo 7 Wood Cook Stove 385 with full trimmings 36 pieces S585 First class No 7 Coal and Wood Cook St ve 7 -- 6 Quart Tin Bucket 10c 2 Quart Tin Bucket oc Galvanized Iron Wash Tub 55c j M i3 X- - Besides above prices also a general cut in prices on my entire stock to take effect MARCH 1ST Regular discounts from above figures to the trade N isB RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ PoLsrsROVE JOHN T BUCKLiEY Deaths Near Benson depot State Biographical Encyclopedia Â¬ L w lor the pastor will conduct public February iSth Mrs Mahala Pols worship at both services to morrow grove aged 78 years Tenderest at 11 and 700 been Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 earthly ties have again served a m Truly one of the most excellent of earth has fallen She Christian Church Rev W B Taylor the pastor pro tern will con- Â¬ was a member of the Baptist She duct the services to morrow at 11 Church at North Benson The Growth of Faith tSubject was the fondest tenderest mother Ho services at night The and most devoted friend The Young Peoples Society of Â¬ Christian Endeavor meets in the crowning excellence of her character was the spotless purity of lecture room at 645 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m her life Intelligent and benevo- Â¬ Sunday school meets at 930 lent her loss will be seriously felt Catholic Church Rev Father by those who had the pleasure of tNeil will conduct the services at being her conpanions Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ Tti work Is all done thy tolls nre all oer Thy sorrows of earth thou wilt feel no more morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 3 p m A Mr John M Gresham is in the city making arrangements for the publication of a biographical en- Â¬ cyclopedia of Kentucky which will embrace all the prominent OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET His house has men of the State gotten out some of the finest works of this kind according to the opinion of Dr Egle State Li- Â¬ 1 JA XlilXlA X denceSIX HOOM streetIAD DLTTrn A on Cllntuii RKSIbrarian of Pennsylvania ever pub- Â¬ WILL BUY YOU A FRAME OT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THS Mr Greshams company flKnn tuge of 3 rooms on Second street lished 5UVU Malt House property on Mero htreet This Side South property Is well equipped for malting or would have offices in Richmond Indiana make a line warehouse or manufacturing establishment and Philadelphia FARM FOR SALE ON JIX R V IVTTP STOkEROOMSouth SEC ond htreet Side 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate Agents Â¬ Must Die Friday name untarnished u life true and pure Thou hast left on earth theyll ever endure Wiley Mrs Fannie Wiley wife Episcopal Church Rev R L McCreadythe rector will occupy his of Mr Theodore Wiley clerk in pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as the United States Kngineers office in this city died at her home or usual Shelby street at 1230 Monday First Presbyterian Church afternoon after a painful illness of Rev J McCluBky Blayney D D Mrs the pastor will conduct the services several weeks duration to morrow morning at 11 No even- Â¬ Wiley was formerly Miss Thomp- Â¬ ing service son and her aged mother was Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the continually at her bedside during her illness and her brother lecture room Lieutenant Hal Thompson of the Methodist Church Rev W B U S Army who is stationed at firm npr will nrfinnh tn morrow morn ing at 11 oclock in the absence of Rock Mand Illinois wa also She Rev F S Pollett who is assisting in with her in her last hours the conduction of revival services at leues a husband but no children Plemingsburg Meeting of the Bible The deceased to mourn her loss Society at 730 Sunday school meets at 030 a m was a cousin of Hon A S Berry Epworth League convenes at 645 p Congressman from the Sixth dis m in the ladies parlor trict and was originally from Southern Presbyterian Church Newport Her funeral took place Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will Wednesday afternoon and the re occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ mains were taken to Newport ing at 11 oclock No night service Thursday morning for interment J Gov Brown on Monday refused to commute the sentence of George Magee the nero murder- Â¬ er confined in the jail in this city under sentence of death and he will be hung on Friday next March 1st The execution will take place in the jail yard and only fifty persons will be admitted to It is safe to say that house see it tops in the neighborhood will be full of prrsons anxious to witness the ghasty spectacle Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This l very pro- Â¬ ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup- Â¬ plied Kith water and Is especially adopted to stook raising The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur- Â¬ roundings attractive A OFFER OF WE110 acres FOR SALE the FINE FARMturnGeorgetown situated on j Â¬ Tobacco Latid OFFFR FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES of line tobacco land near Forks of Elk horn 25 acres sod broken this eur leaving the remnliIng 125 au es m g m a For terms call at our ofllce or on R c Church agent on the premises Ilf vt 260 ACRE FARM FINE UND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This farm Is well adapted to stock raising or will raise line tobacco as well as all othercrops suited tor this climate Will sell on easy pnjmsnts offered for sale ft ft Of pvvv WLL IUY 5 rooms on East MI11 street A FRAME COTTAGE OF ftl p with lot jjjj 67 KnnwifLBUYA of 7 rooms by 150 feet MICK RESIDENCE on Holmes street Talcing Advantage or the Times Marshall Meagher Messrs the Main street boot and shoe WE OFFER FOR SALB COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT fiTM ijlRAME Hill a double This property will be soul cheap on Kust Main street a bargain frame cottage at and on vcrj easy payments only 1 small cash payment being required with the balance paid weekly OAiJrj LMli QAH1 I dealers have tiken advantage of the dull times to suspend DUSincssiaajoiniuugeuiunespropeity and have a new ceiling put in When this is their store room will make other complete they acres RARflFN FARM 0F seven cottage with new trnmu of four TAYLOR ND THE UHnULlI rMnm BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms rooms and nil other necesarv mprovements sale on locutc d on good turnpike load two miles from ThAA Ints tIFr- nil n tmnl turaitrfiit cfraot uiul -wu tv Frankfort Is offered tor sale This Is very r1 r i v 3 XOTS FOR SALE desIrdbleprojiLrtj FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 mlled from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allother necessary Improvements This land Is In nhluh state of cultivation the Improvements are In line condition and In order to make a quick sale will be ottered at a bargain A OFFERED FRAME ISresidence of IN A NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Â¬ cated fronting on the OKenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly paj mens to the right part If not old Immediately will rent at a lowllgure EL Sunday school at 930 The services took place at the Cm THE milliE SOCIETY The Annual Meeting to he Held To morrow Evening The seventy second meeting of the Franklin annual county Bible Society will be held in tin to morrow Lexington MethodNt Church fc Â¬ family residence and were con- Â¬ McClusky ducted by Rev J Blayney D D of the First Presbyterian Church Rev R L McCready of the Episcopal Church and Rev E L South gate of the Methodist Church 3 Immi MML FOR SALE TWO is very valuable propertj STORY FRAMERESinENCE OF6ROOMS Lewis street with lot 5 by 106 feet This FORJALE mWO FRtME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS J each on Taylor avenue This Is good nropertyuml will be sold on easy payments to th light party If jou are Interested come quick Ss 78pfllillf ENJOYS L B MARSHALL 17 CO this evening to perfect iriange-ments for their miss meeting Jas Williams W H Mayo Miss iMattie L Johnson and Robt evening at 730 oclock Fire Yesterday The Executive Committee comThe alarm of fire yesterday posed of the resident pastors of this city and Messrs S T For morning Irom box 14 was octune W If Posey S C Bull casioned by a small blaze in the H G Mattern R Rogers and roof of the residence occupied by Grant Green will luve a meeting Councilman Jese Williams on in the parlor of the Methodist Logan street It was caused by a Church this evening at 730 defective flue and only a few oclock to attend to the arrange shingles immediately around the ment of a programme and other chimney were burned important business connected with A True Friend the society The pastors of the colored A friend in need is a friend in Every family should be prechinches and the following coin deed pared to treat sealdB burns bruises mittee are also requested to meet wounds cuts dc by keeping a box of with the Executive Committee Dr Hales Household Oinment handy quick Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Todd nothing equalsit Price 25c and 50o at P H Carpenters drug store c No other remedy Rives such relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lipa and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc ind refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleauses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the voiiftijiation only remedy of its kind ever pro meed pleasing to the tnste and ac ojtahlo to the stomach prompt hi ts action and truly beneficial in its fleets prepared only from the most healthy aim agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drugAny reliahlo druggist who gists not have it on hand will promay cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3tth the method ami results when jyrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant OiNE F m 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Itmeni thit the Que f n tnl Creiecnt Rants If IT jnllei ihorttrt betwun Cincinnati ami Lvxliifclun jltiilka nlmrust Cincinnati to Wr mliifrhami in inlln atmrtcat Clnilimntl to V wr OrlimiM Hi luilt ihorUri Cincinnati to Lliattanuogu AtlunU or Jacknonvlll Horlda SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between nil of tliuahnvo jiolnt Throun Cum to VIckunurK and MirT- hiiuxvlllu port Oilrlmu riinnlnK through ir Cincinnati to New Orleansand or U Direit lluu In iexiuunil Jlcxli AiheTilt N O via HJirtveiirt Auk UKonU about tour ti Calilornlu I rmii I mUtlllo niipiuvvi 11 uiul Luwrmcflmrir illrnt lonueitlon Is in flu ut Ioxlugtou With vstitukJ tralui to kit uluU buutfi JUNKAIWiV W Ageut Cjuinnatl O Ocal Ijjir k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE 8AN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK lOUISVILLC Hi NY The Roundabout Executes neat ly promptly Â¬ Job Printing 1 AiiJAtoJM jMA m w VOW -- v5 Vff 83 hkv raff BICYCLES BICYCLES N i it w -- v a w sssj vix V vr -- - jyu jiujy 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 goods from us than any firm on earth Try us KY Age Fair was the morn of life BUGGY 5t HARNESS WORKS A BIG CUT time is a great hardship Just at this time when the number of In Telephone Rates to citizens to be served by the Effect April 1st carriers has been increased 700 JLOUIS VIliTE Whlctichlldtiood felt But bleak the day of strife Where age hath dwelt Mild was the breith of sprlnit With sweet perfume But cold the the ley sting For winters come Take tobacco ket mar Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVEB DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Tmm iW Mm 1 kllui rtut marksv i 4 V Sweet was the harp of love When life win young Sweeter the tales It wove But now unstrung High was the throne of gold Which houe didst rear But deep the pit and cold Where sits despair -- H F people in Bellepoint the force ought to be increased rather than diminished and every business man should sign the petition now being circulated requesting Senator Lindsay to use his persuasive powers on the Postmaster General and endeavor to induce that official to revoke this unjust order Oliver Twist Â¬ The Men Xot In It The following Is from the Memphis Tenn Commercial Appeal of February 14th which was edited by the ladles of that city The author is a prominent young schoo teacher of Memphis Fedkoaiiy 14 1895 Dear St Valentine I write you Just a line to let you know That this yenr I have no missive For rcy sweetheart and Its so Hard for me to even begin It Since this Is a womans number And the men are nowise In It I love him Send two hearts pierced by an arrow Make a loe knot of gay ribbons Or percnance In verso Id harrow Of the springs rejuvenescence It I dared Id say m nfv ll m Pipe about the nesting linnet But this Is a womans number And my sweetheart Isnt In It But good saint Just take this copy Of the paper weve got out Scan Its pages closely over An theyll scatter every aoubt Of our right to use the ballot Wear the trophy aye and win It For this Is the womans era And the horrid man Hint In it Each department shows the reader How weve distanced lordly man -Advertlsemaats Illustrations News ami vltwsnnd poems and can They sav we aro not able To delve Into things infinite Since weve male a whole newspaper And conceited man not In It P S If youll burn this up Ill tell you That tie couidknt do without them For they helpd us Just too lovely And weve said such things about them Dont you breathe a word who told you Burn this ur this vehy minute If this Is a womans number Still the men auk strictly in it I m ft SW1 If H i K Rloina aumstkono Hiixiaru f m m- ft NIGGARDLY BUSINESS Oliver Twist has received more deleterious dramatic treatment than perhaps any other English drama with the possible exception of Uncle Toms Cabin ytt it is the drama of all others that should receive the most careful production full as it is of the finest character drawing and containing a moral lesson which is entirely Inst by unskilled expo- Â¬ Dickens says of it I nents wished to show in little Oliver the principle of good surviving through adverse every circumstance and triumphing at last If then the characters be not assumed by artists if the audience is not made to sympathize with little Oliver and loathe Bill if the strange combination of virtue and vice is not demonstrated in the character of Nancy if Fagin is not made abhorrent to all in other words if the production does not find and render the moral and make ail right minded auditors rejoice in the principle of God surviving through every adverse circumstance and triumphing at last then the work of the great author is lost Opera House on Thursday night Feb Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ receipts for the same period of 806 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 28353 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1894 on our market to this date amount to 34605 hhds We have had a very firm and active market throughout the week with some advance in prices for the medium good and fine grades of also which will be reduced to 30 and leat for a somewhat stronger market trash and lugs of good quality all new subscribers having instru- Â¬ The following quotations fairly to- ments put in now will have the represent our market for burley oacco 1894 crop use ot them rent tree until tne xrasniaangoraamagea 1 5Ufa2 75 tODaCCO first of April This will be good Common Oolory trash 3 00 3 75 news to all the subscribers to the Medium to good colory 3 75a 5 50 trasll exchange who felt they could not Common lugs not colory 2 50 4 00 4 50 5 50 do without these very useful and Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 convenient instruments but still lugs 5 50 10 00 6 Common to medium hardly afford the expense Medium to good leaf leaf10 OOffi 14 CO could 00jj 14 00a 16 ou Of all the telephones put in when Good to fine leaf 18 OPS 20 00 the exchange was established in Selector wrappery this city some fifteen years ago BROWNS IRON BITTERS only three have remained con- Â¬ cures Dyspepsia In tinuously up to the present time all the rest having been taken out and put back or removed and left Ry out altogether The three which Only direct line between have been in continuous service are No 5 in the office of Messrs CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT John Cochran Co at the Spring Hill distillery No 33 in the office Shortest and quickest between of Messrs E H Tajlor Jr Co at the O F C distillery and No Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ Â¬ I The East Tennessee Telephone Company has announceda reduction of nearly half the rates now charged on all the telephones in use in this city to take effect on the first of April The yearly collected was 54 rental heretofore just closed amount to 3175 hhds with Sales on our market for the week CAW OBTAIN A PATENT t For answer and an honest opinion write tq IUNN CO who have bad nearly fifty years experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning Patents and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue ot mechan Â¬ ical and sclentlflo books sent free Patents taken tbronch Munn ft Co receive special notice In the Scientific American and tons are Drougnt widely Deroretne puDiicwun- out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the world 13 a year Sample copies sent f Buiidine Edition monthly 1250 a year Single eoolest2S cents Every number contain oeau tlful plates in colors and photographs of new nouses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address CO New Youk 301 Broadway MUNN I WI mrcAvtAi d COPYRIGHTS HfMAU w mm digestion Debility TOn A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION jltO THC Kentucky Midland MIME All TIES THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Latest Market Quotations Latest State News the Local News Complete Press Reports at the Roundabout office No 11 was put in on the 18th of and there of December 188 few hours in the have been very 1 u Largest Circulation in the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY lisle Maysville Cyntbiana mouth and Covington Fal 50 CENTS M1DLANI Or A MONTH by Mall last fourteen years when someone was not helloing through it ASK KOB TICKETS VIA KY 500 a Year Advertised Letters at Frankfort nuns bur fly central standard SO Kentucky w In effect Dec SCHEDULE I 1511 JNO A HALDEMAN Bus BOB Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending OK A M I TRAINS A v v M fM No 81 No 5 No I Feb 23 1895 TRaIN3 EAsT I Nol 7 00 I 28 Combs Shady Curry P Gardner Mr Roberson Mr Cutting Down tho Force of Jjetter Carriers in This City Ml ftl The Second Assistant PostGeneral master has issued an order to Postmaster Holmes of this city that he must reduce his force of letter carriers and after March 1st one of them will be dropped In order to do this Mr E L Hanta who has heretofore been the collector will be put on the South Frankfort route each carrier required to do the collecting on his route Mr Russell Weitzel one of the best most polite and accommodating little fellows in the world who now has the South Side route will be made substitute carrier and Mr J M Wil iams the substitute carrier will be dropped from the list This is a shame for Mr Williams gave up a good position to go on the force is a worthy nice young man who stood a first rate civil service examination and the loss of his position at this 1 Â¬ Hill Mr Rufus Lv Duvall LV Joliinou Isbell W E Simpson Miss Showed What It Could Do B Lv Georgetown Joseph Miss Elizabeth Ar C S Depot Louisa Lv Newtown Suter Frank M One of the nozzles of the auto- Jones Wm Contretllle Stone Miss Mam- - Lv Kllztuetn Lv Lyburg Mr A mie matic sprinkling arrangement on 0 Ar llllls Love Florence B the third floor of the new build- Â¬ Marcum Carolina Wainscott Jacob Tabor Judge TKAIN3 WKST Polly Harry Thompson Mrs ing of Messrs W A Gaines Page Harry Mattie C Purls Co on Main streeet gave an ex- Â¬ Polsgrove Mr Lv Elizabeth Window Ned iv Ceutervllle Williams Mrs Jepp Lv Newtown hibition of what it could do in Prosser Rev v 0 S Depot J T Nellie J Lv GeorKrtowu B case of fire on Saturday afternoon Price Mrs Willie Withers Mr Lv lonnson Adam Parker Susan H Lv Dm all by letting go and flooding the When calling for these letters say LvSMiupltuGrounri Lv riwltZer floor before it could be shut off advertised S B Holmes P M Lv Klkiiorn Â¬ 1 Peyton Anna Schneider Alex Riuhurdson Perce Mrs Frankfort summit LvEMhorn LvsWltzer L Mumping Ground Lv Lv A 7io 711 718 740 747 755 815 821 8M 2 8t 2SG 830 7 28 7 34 24J 24 3 iu 3U 84U 415 rSra 1 856 910 4 25 440 4 55 93 51b 546 550 I 8 08 313 81 a 333 348 405 415 430 Comle sed News 1000 1005 Stories Miscellany I M No 2 m r hiIN0C1N0 No 4 r m 8 95 iocn 945 Is A large quantity of water went burning Itching scaly and down into the store of Messrs crusty scalps of infants cleansed Mastin Bros below but did little and healed and quiet sleep restored by Johnsons Oi iental Soap damage J W Gayle Sole Agent o Xo You Want u Good FurmV The McMillan p ace on the Ver- Â¬ sailles pike is for sale or rent If you want a nice place read the advertisement Lv Summit Ar Frankfort A 1037 1040 1040 1051 1059 1109 111t 1122 1130 108 blll 642 645 6 51 531 545 570 645 0 17 12M 1232 10512- 703 713 720 720 735 C57 7ti 715 635 045 140 1E0 2 Ul Womens DepavlmenC Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political DejHirtmert Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THK Â¬ XIU Leave Frankrort 830 n in 1045 a in IWive Frankfort 7 a 111 25 P m arrive Lexliujton Leave Frankfort 230 II III I Ill arrho Clnclnnntl arrlin flnclinuitl I Weekly A Courier Journal ten iniim ulihtrnlimin nnmmrit1 nrnanr UKNHY WATTERSON Is tho Editor FOR SALE0R RENT The SUNDAY TRAINS 1037 Ui rrlve Krakfort llL30aaf me0rKt0H Frankfort 230 p in arrive Georgetown Relive j PRIOK liberal terms to 100 A YEAR COURIER JOURNAL nmkei Nimple copies of the wlvmM M flLt0 McMillan Place of 110 Acres 30n fit joancinniitiZSOa in LeiiveFrankfort m in rrh Cincinnati j Te WEEKLY t llrf 4 Johnsons Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil with Malt Lime and Soda cures consumption and all pulmonary troubles by making rich blood and new tissue adding id esll and Strength to the body J W Gayle rjole Agent 3 GOOD HOUriK OF SIX HOOMS AND -four cabins horse and ratt The Kentucky Midland Railway and cornier batiiH and orchards of larco and small fruits on turns form the shortest and cheapest route 01 tho Frunkiort and Ver allles turnpike roid tuo points north south east and west 21 miles from the ell of rrnnklnrt Ky for For further Information apply to their iwenis 8 lie on longtime and eimy pajments or for rent - or place has been C D BERCAW for it earor It 1111 of jears The KO Tl H KPFK used iih 11 dalrv farm and Is by re uon of locu Gen Iass At Reclver nnl den Supt tion soil bnlldliiKS nearness to uood markets Franklort Ki and other cnnnlouces ull adapted to that pur pose rim innu is in urass ami win crow tobic- and all kinds of crops Hoom to housu from lour to six acrtH of tobacco Iossesslon idven at ny time aft r March is to or ad- W II MiUlLLAN dr as 23 tf Feb larls l WITH llL arrive Frankfort gm aK ents COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky Â¬ E0U1TDAB0UT AND THE a uvy Job work neatly exe outed at this office Weekly GouiiBr Journal WlMbesentonejearto an address for 200 ifev r i - I lv -- V EXTRAORDINARY -- RUBBER AND SHOE SALE A S HiE TTSljAJX- SX3ZOT3TnLiTD - STF JECJH laSmEKEST ET7E33BSOTT One large lot Ladies Very Fine Kid Button Welts only S2 were S3 and S3 50 All Bennett Bernard Fine Shoes go at S250 were S5 One large line Mens Fine Shoes calf good goods sizts 9 to II only S2 were S3 50 Oi e large line Mens Fine Shoes big sizes only now St 50 were 2 and 2 25 One large lot Boys Fine Calf Mioes lace and button go at S2 were S3 -- Onr large lot Childrens Rubbers sizes 8 to g4 only ioc One large lot Ladies Rubber Sandals only 20c One large lor Mens Sandals only 50c One large lot Ladies Arctics 85c One large lot Mens Arctics 65c One large lot Childrens Shoes grain button sizes 6 to 9 only 70c One large lot Misses Shoes grain button sizes only 90c to 1 12 One large lot Ladies Calf Shoes lace full stock only 1 One large lot Ladies Calf Shoes button full stock only Si 15 One large lot Misses Kid Shoes button patent spring heel only Si One large lot Ladies Kid Shoes button patent tip only Si One lane lot Boys Shoes odds and ends button and congress only 1 M T TH D tickers C SSSrafiSW T f cirmlfclHrm All the New Spring Styles Just Received and on Sale His office windows and doors are all draped in mourning Gee whiz and his many friend seem to all be mourning his death with one acDidnt they though He was so useful and so cord We like it give em another faithful to the poor and was just chance in the bloom of youth being only just like a twenty two years of age thiit wc They shut us out woman selfish But lament his death so much God doeth all things well praise Mr P L Gibson contemplates entering the grand army of travel- his holy name By a friend ing men W M Wilev Some of our farmers are hauling tobacco to Elkhom to be shipped State of Ohio City op Toledo 5 Lucas County to Cincinnati via the Midland at Frank J Cheeney makes oath that avoid to 13 cents per hundred he Is the senior partner 01 the tlrm the unjust rate of 22 cents charged of F J Cheney Co doing business N Long live the in the city of Toledo county and State by the L aforesaid and that said firm will pay Midland the sum of one hundred dollars for Mrs J E Hawkins lost several each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls sheep last week lor which the Catarrh Cure owners of a worthless set of curs Frank J Cheney to before t subscribed Farmers t Sworn nnnn- l me and 1t Atf Tn to have to pay ouht U wishing to protect their flocks will cemjJe A D 1886 A W GLEASON have to vigorously enforce the f SEAL Notary Public gun policy shot 1 Â¬ n ITTTO IStSiliS v 1 otsasMi A Great Offer r-i- -Y T 7rTC i oiwfflnn T iSMsSIrli TTTTn 1 o f I - VI Jfi grief TAKE NOTICE Â¬ The Louisville Daily Post pubASIONKE OF S MEADOWS I DESIRK lished every evening except Sun- AS all peions having chlms against Raid estate to piesent them proporly proven to John S day is offered with the Round Harrod uttorne on or before the 1st day of B T FARMER about at S3 per year The price April 1895 Feb 9 lm Ass gnee of S Meadows of The Post alone is per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever Â¬ BIG FOOD ROUTE BEST LINE AND FROM Â¬ Fkanrmn Circuit Couht made Subscribers to the Roundabout Lou Buiins Plalnllfl vs who are not takiug The Post now John Puiaiam c Defendant PERSONS HAVINB CLAIMS AGAINST can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ Lnclnda Iulllun deceased ate hereby claims portunity by addressing this office notified to presentortheir aop ar to me proven n required by law to before me and B G Boyle 526 prove their claims as required by liw on or be or writing to fore April 1st 1895 W H POSEY Third street Louisville Feb 9 CHICAGO Solid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest Improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Seeping Cars magnlllclentlr furnished with toilet accessories In each com pai tment Â¬ ST LOUIS olid Vestibuled Trains with Buffet Parlnr Cars hlegant oaches Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars 1 lm Commissioner F C C The Capital Steam Laundry executes all ordets promptly Will call for and deliver work at your door Telephone N 17 24 tf Â¬ BOSTON vs Suhan Malonk PERSONS ftCin- Â¬ Franklin Circuit Court Ottoway SmoNEss admk Plaintiff The only through Sleeping Car line from cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars c Defendants - 4 Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning J Henry guitar Brady teacher of will give lessons in Sax method hereby notified to present the same to me proven us required by lnv or to appear before me and prove their claims as required by law on or before April 1st 1895 Feb 9 ALL est ite of otHAVING CI AIMS AGAINST away Semones deceas d ate W H POSEY NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestibuled Trilr8 with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping earn Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars landing passengers In New York City at 42d street Depot Positively tons celebrated the lm Commissioner F C C W j Whats the matter with Sallic Ann Dont mention it to her we wouldnt hurt her feelings for the world but is she delirious Does she have fits or is she just a Wondtr if she does little cranky Men see them strange things bhe sas she is good devils looking and that she wants to Now George we are bashmarry ful and hardly know how to pio Now if Sally Ann is good ceed looking and pretty well up on the financial question could you just for our sake advise her to skip them town dudes and come to the country Dont tell her we mentioned it but there arc men out here quite ready to admit that Barkis is willin Â¬ latest and most approved Pianos Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- - tuned and repaired First class nally and acts directly upon the blood For terms and mucous surtace 01 the system references furnished Franklin Circuit Contr Send for testimonials free c aoply at 318 Clinton street Tiios BiihWKRM Admk Plaintiff t vs F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Richard Urkwhr Ac Defendant 45 tf BSTSold by all druggists 75 cents KS ALL PI OVS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST estate of Thos Drew r deceased are E22S for hatching from choice hereby notltiel to present the Mime to me prov BIG FOUR ROUTE en 10 apptur ueiore iaw 1 for andas requuen uclaims or required by law on me Barred Plymouth Rocks prove their as or April 1st ltUS before S T Fortune BestTjlnc to the Jfortli and East setting of x W II POSEY 23 3m Feb 9 lm Comnils loner F CC NO FERRY TRANSFER Pass Trafllc Manager E O Be sure our tickets read v la BIG FOUR I B MARTIN McCOItStICK CINCINNATI TI-2E-- Genl Pats J Ticket Agt -A22E MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Â¬ Bulldofus Blackwell Henry County All lines from the South make For Sale in Central direct connections Good second hand phaeton in with Cincinnati Union Station through trains of the Big Four good repair Call and see it Black IIursev 15 tf to Chicago St Louis Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland New Miles Nerve and Liver Pills York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ mation call on nearest agent or Act on a new principle regulating address the liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr E O McCormick Miles Pills speedily DB Martin Pass Traffic Mgr bad taste tomid livercure biliousness tiles constiDaGenl Pass Ticket Agent tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest Cincinnati O 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly To Â¬ H G MATTERS ties IE- - Pbiaiailer 334 MAIN STREET CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Vestibued Trains FRANKFORT THE IMPROVED K Cincinnati -- Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations u with sadness that we Feb Jan To make this an louncement April 1 1 1 2 3 and 18 Ip 23 attempt to soothe the many the MHbnH will cpII hVLtpi c tn friends of Dr W T McGinnis at v if r this place and the surrounding toiiitmudu aim reiuni ai nan lare persons holding an admission community ticket to the Cincinnati Oinhesrrn Dr W T McGinnis was taken or ipoio ijud concert on tne ill of typhoid fever at the home of poou ior auuvc uaics 1 iCKeis w his father J T McGinnis near three days Kentucky January Eminence 14th and after a lingering illness Murrii Grus of twenty eight days death came February loth to 24th the Mid- and relieved him of his pain and his fevered soul land will sell tickets to New anguish and bore up to that peaceful abode in that j Orleans and Mobile at one fare blessed haven of rest where no uie rouna trip Limit returning pain or sickness can ever molest March 15th Account Mardi Gras him again loss on lie came to Blackwell March ofTen days and a of time bill account sickueHs doctor 1894 and during the time iH anything but pleasant for a to pay 27th man of of his residence here he had a family to contemplate whether he gained quite a large practice as a is a laborer mechanic merchant or He left here Chrisrnas publisher Jas O Jones publisher physician of the Leader Mexia Texas was sick eve for his home at Eminence to in bed for ten days with the grip dur spend the Christmas with his par hig its prevalence a year or two ago season ents expecting to return in a few Letter in the says he had a second attack He days and resume his practice But I used Chamberlains In the latter case Cough Remedy during the holidays his sister was with considerable success I think taken sick with typhoid fever and only being in bed a little over two days The second attack I am the Doctor remained to attend to fied would have been equally assatis bad At last being completely an the first but for the use of this her worn outhe was compelled to give remedy It should bo borne in mind is the same as that up and take to his bed for death very the gripcoldmuch requires precisea severe and The knowledge of his death has ly the same treatment When you been a very great shock t this wish to cute a cold quickly and ef fectually community and the family of G 25 and 50give this remedy a trial cent for sale by W Thurmond With wh m he was Phil Carpenter bottles Side drut- South boarding are bowed down in fflSt is 17-18-- It Dr Halos TTmiHeJioId Ointment it absolutely cures catarrh it cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures PHes like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be anarnn fi- - ttaZnnv a nnniH for rmmmonin Juts Uralses Burns z it r Uhilblains aores oi long standing I 1 Is the finest remedy in the world domestic mm mm beotinquautv For Further Information Address Bryan 1 tor sale by TUOS A JOYCE 400 Broadway opposite L N depor Also needles oil et for ullsewng machines Abhareofy urputron age solicited Dei 2 BL CM G W Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE KY i Gm OR ost in guANTirv Jft8t Barker Li P A Chicago 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