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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mr The VOL XVIII FORT Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS MM 0BO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advanoe NO 26 FKANKFORT KY Â¬ SATURDAY MARCH 2 1895 Latest U S Govt Report THE TOWN OF SOUTH FRANK- the town lowed house 25 Harry Mordecai alfor plastering the school Â¬ itJ A 15 U ft 1 i I Y fe fit tf r a LifTTt - fM October 12 The whole board Completed appointed a committee to view ascertain and mark out the best and IiUrkin Samuel Gets in at the most convenient way for a road to Close and is a Member of the Be made at the south east end of Last as Well as First Todd street to intersect the Cedar Board Run road which terminates at the and F D Nelson Hefiner were in the mer While Uncle Spill Coleman Pro- - east end of said street and report lespie bein chairman Reddish clerk B B Sayre was chant tailoring business together sided at the Beginning the best and most proper way for elected a trustee in place of John for years He left here about the and the End said road to be made down the hill Campbell but never qualified Six beginning of the war and removed This chapter completes the story at the end of said street Edward meetings were held between the to Illinois to live and died there of the town of South Frankfort as S Coleman appointed assessor 14th of March and the 7th of May B B Sayre wis the father of Mrs December 10 Mrs Lucy Pattie at which little business was trans W B Rodman and the eminent book yellow with told by the old He lived for a long age in which the proceedings of having deeded to the town the acted other than providing for educator right of way through lots No 327 some needed repairs on the school time where Mr J L Rodman the board of trustees for a period of thirty two years are recorded 328 329 and 341 for a good house the contract for which now lives and his high school for It is a little remarkable that two wagon road connecting the east having been let to S P Redding young men which was one of the of the five men who composed end of Todd street with the Cedar the board seems to have gone to institutions of Frankfort for years the boaid in 1818 should also be Run road permission was granted sleep again and not waked up he taught in the house now occuTames Andrew members of the same body in to the citizens of South Frankfort until the 10th of March 1849 pied by Hon county to open the road when E S Coleman Larkin Scott J J Quinn we all remem1850 and one of them its chair- and the and the workers on said road were Samuel J J Quin W A Taylor ber as he only died a few months man at the first and last meetings It is true that the population of allowed to cut down and level any and Charles Gayle were reported ago Charles Gayle was a brotfier the town was not large during the lotor alley so that said road can as elected trustees by George W of Messrs George W and R H period covered by the book but be made passable for a wagon or Graham the judge of the election Gayle who removed to Hender in small communities petty spites any other carriage and 45 appro- The board held several meetings son to live many years ago B S and animosities spring up which priated for the purpose of assisting during the yeirat which the same Gayle was his brother better He and would be likely to keep the object to discharge the cost and expense old routine of ordering pumps known as Stewart Gayle official posi- of making said road of such spite out of repaired and springs cleaned out his brother Richard removed their December 3 Forty five dollars was gone through with but little of families from here in a barge tion no matter how insignificant yet these two veterans seem to allowed Franklin Dillon to be ap- importance done Uncle Jack Quin about 1854 floated down the Ken have gone steadily on in the even plied to the completion of the got enough before the year was tucky Ohio and Mississippi rivers tenor of their way and lived down road leading from the south east out and resigned and Mr John M and located at Hickman Kenany opposition their official acts end of Todd street to the Cedar Gayle was elected in his stead At tucky where he prospered as an may have aroused In addition to Run road the same meeting B S Gayle was undertaker and furniture dealer December 31 The order to sell also elected town marshal members of the Loard of being The He and his wife who was a trustees of the town from time the school house rescinded and last meeting was held on daughter of the late John Camp to time Messrs Coleman and set aside the 2th of February 1850 at bell sd frequently mentioned in February 8 1841 O G Cates which the clerk was ordered to the record book died within two Samuel the two gentlemen referred ordered to desist from taking up advertise the election for new days of each other several years to held other official positions the first being a justice of the and breaking the stone in the trustees but whether another ago peace for many years and the flag pavement leading from the board held a meeting the book A Fool in Spots latter the constable of the district corner of Geo W Robinsons fails to state as the record ends nAO ftnin uuac Some new names also appear this vWAmnwf w aoiu v aica ltAIIIa Ishere with the same man serving By Hallie Erminie Rives is a piupcuy week most of whom are familiar Larkin Samuel given permission as chairman of the board who pre novel fresh Irom the oress the but others like many we have to take up the stone aforesaid and sided over the deliberations of scenes of which are laid in New mentioned heretofore have been make a walk from his house to O that body thirty two years before York City and the blue grass of region Kentucky The dead so long or have been resi G Cates corner at the first meeting shown by the authoress is herself a Keimickv February 22 Tax rate fixed at book to have been held dents of other communities for so girl and a cousin o Amoiie Rives many years that few remain who 40 cents on the hundred and poll W P Morris was the late Dr Chanler and in laying the scenes have the slightest recollection of tax at one dollar Morris of this county father of of her novel in Kentucky and in the record Messrs Richard and W S Morris New York City she funish s an them Another break March 9 1840 Edward S here occurs as the next meeting John C Herndon was the fither opportunity for the free play of her rare descriptive powers Coleman Geo W Graham John held was on the 28th of Septem- of Miss Annie Herndon of this There is not an uninteresting line Campbell Daniel Epperson and ber with E S Coleman Daniel county and Mr John C Herndon between the covers of this book William P Morris elected trustees Epperson Geo Graham T N of Louisville indulge the At the time he The impissioned Edward S Coleman was made Lindsey and John C Herndon as djed he ownecj and lived in the bold terse and conversations and chairman and Geo W Gwin con- taustecs William R Bacon Cap- resjdence where Gen Dan W the rapidly succedipg incidents through which Cherokee Bell the tinued as clerk John H Hanna tain John R Graham Benjamin Lindsey now lives Hugh L Kentucky heroine shows herself was required to straighten up his F Graham and William Haley rrrirm MU tiw niH ftm m risr A Fool in Spots nC in her ex VJ UVJU I V fence along the footway running appointed patrol to continue in who ran a deguereotype and pho periences in New York society from the corner of his fence oppo- office during the pleasure of the tograph gallery here along in the but from all its temptations and snares emerges a pure woman site the residence of John C Hern- board with power to select others the He was the father of hold the readers attention from 50s don south to Third street so as to to serve with them and in their Mr W G Goodwin Franklin beginning to end Miss Rives admit of convenient passing along stead Farm displays rare talent as a novelist Dillon was a farmer of the January 25 1842 William C dale neighborhood and his wife and bills fair to become as popu A house situated said footway at Milams old ferry declared to be Herndon appointed collector ofj was a Miss Julian an aunt of lar as her well known cousin WOODWVRD TlEKNAN St a public nuisance and ordered the town tax who gave bond judgelri Julian T N Lindsey Louis For sate by all dealers abated as being inhabited and re- with his brother John C Herndon was the ruther 0f Messrs D W sorted to by evil does as surety and y jt Lindsey and one of the Bo ware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury February 14 John R Graham leading lawyers at this bir for March 14 Geo W Gwin appointed a committee to purchase authorized and requested to call ears VVillian C Herndon was AB mercury will surely destroy smell and com acoalboatatthe price of 8 or 10 on Willis Blanton and procure his the father of jude w c Hern the sense of the whole systom pletely derange have it taken to pieces and placed assistance to resurvey the town don and one of the best sheriffs when entering it through the mucous iiirtaces Such articles should upon top of the river bank For or again runoff the lines of thetm s coullty over had He built be used except on prescriptions never from what purpose this purchase was survey heretofore maJe by the and Uved in the residence at pres reputable physicians as the damage Hi ey will do is ten fold good said Blanton the same appearing Ilt ocennied bv Mrs Lizzie WaL vou can possibly derive to the them made the minutes do not reveal from Catarrh Partition in the school to be incorrect so that the true cutt on April tle COrner of Second and HallsCheney Ouremanufucturedby l J Co Toledo 0 con house ordered moved and stairway corners may be established and Qteei streets and the late Peter tains no mercury and is taken in and acts directly upon taken down and put up on the fixed in said town Ijett put it up for him while work- - ternallyand mucous surfaces of the blood the The board ajip ars o have outside to give more room for the at ns trade as a carpenter system In buying Halls Catarrh Â¬ The Tale of Its Board of Trustees Rpl Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE I Highest of all in Leavening Power THE STREET CARS Will Run Again Soon Perhaps Baking The work of clearing off the track of the street railway was begun Tuesday and the cars which have been lying idle in the shed since last November will be heard humming along through the streets in a few days If the weather is fair to morrow it is very probable that a few of the cars will be started but may not run regularly The local dirjp until next week tors have become tired of thewig headed action of some ofJFthe directors and are going ahead to start up the road and jt is to be hoped they will be able to keep it going without further foreign w trouble sickly children Pale puny developed into fat rosy healthy ones by using Johnsons Aromatic Compound Cod Liver Oil easily taken givs health and streKth J W Gayle Sole Agent m m 1 V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Â¬ ROBE Â¬ Â¬ I i Â¬ DEMENT THE 1 SV I a a M i 1 Â¬ The best mide at 50c 75c 100 THE ZXADS MARK Â¬ I Â¬ - I 111 fa I W a V fa t W Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Something New Price 150 Cost no more than any ordinary Corset and will outwear six pairs GUARANTEE I 1 Â¬ Â¬ p - yuuun t jjuii naviiiL refused to serve longer as town marshal and resigned his office HuehL Goodwin was elected to W fill the vacancy June 13 Willis Blanton allowed 10 for surveying the streets of viMiuK11 1 1 ua jjii Try it and if the hip breaks within Three IMonihs time return the Corset and reciove a new Pair in exchange i mui u the above meeting lor they seem to have held no mere meetingj until the 14th of March 1846 when the board was composed of Richard Gillespie William Taylor and F D Reddish- - Richard Gil- - T tr wi r 1 1 iv i was unco jmen Graham the fither of Mr AJud Graham who was for years in the mrWi--iL-mir hnemccc 11 tU UV VVW Rjciard Gillespie was a Methodist preicher but a by trade and he and the late J i s - riiim 1 U lire bo sure a tuL-lf iBhUII you get the genuine nnU MIIV4 i oledo Ohio by F J Ghoney Co by DrURRist 1ric0 74 Por uoltld llltUlllMtlJ4 i llltlUO in It - PTSlEIVS No 214 i The 17 show Royal Baking Powder superior to alt others S Govt Reports St Clair St next door to R K ty McClure a F li Si en nn I2U ca uu bo Da UNUSUAL m a IPi - KM iJ s n ret en ua rn guuus win j ji kooqs au muca man ineir value io mar i new and jhavesomarkedilessat prices which w ter clothing it uw auiu iui again are probably lower than such nnv n 13U ra luro a efnnk nf win- - UEi V WW 0 gg m bc ca DU na ua ran ca ua en yui faa na Da nn Da Da BE nsi Mens Suits 4 5 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 Â¬ 17 Dai These prices are from Si to 8 a suit less than their value and less than wo have been sell ing the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices Da rEti Da ecu i ua Ba DU Da B7H du na DEI BB ca ca DI3 BO DB HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSONAL CASSELL IN -- rn nn BHB9Bai3BBBaaCUHaL ISUEUBaEaBUEUiaBBBEUSBUEElKUKUU vit Gortons Minstrels THE NEW F F V LIMITED If 5 4 THE Commencing Sunday May 13th From the Plainfield New Jer- Â¬ sey Daily Press of October 30 the F F V Limited will leave IS RON BY- Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon 94 arriving at Washington at 740 a Two minstrel shows billed last m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ for opposition houses in delphia 1120 a m and New night READ WHAT 1IE SAYS OF The train will Elizabethtown made violent efforts York 140 p m Dockstader consist of Composite Car Elegant to attract patrons Smoking Com- Â¬ was booked at the Lyceum and Day Coach with partment Dining Car Pullman Gortons at Drakes Opera House Sleeping Cars of the latest and Frankfort January 17 1895 I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup Â¬ The rival bands met on the street most improved design and an ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN FEED was recommended Emphasis is to me as superior to any other and I gave it a careful and personal test I and their music clashed into dis Observation Car can state that I have been able to dispose eight 8 of my cows and am Each troupe hired horse especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ now milking only twenty five 25 which of cord vield more milk than the thirty Built by the Pullman three did before using this feed THOS W THOMPSQN cars and was followed by a crowd tion Car Sold by Messrs Orutcher Moore and Mr Geo 0 Shaw Frankfort Ky Company from Chesapeake and numbering to several hundred Ohio plans the F F V Obserpeople At night Gortons drew vation Cars serve their purpose a big crowd manager Charles H better than any others that have Larkin having a great reputation ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the for giving a splendid performance only train having an Observation His Gortons minstrels were in Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ Plainfield Saturday night and the lows that the Chesapeake and audience was appreciative of the Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- Â¬ program of good things There esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ is nothing offensive in the show servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through and there is much that pleases from Cincinnati to New York that fe Jj IBsssssssssbotIA ffKI The performance was excellent enables the business men to transand the audience was delighted act business in Cincinnati one day It is The Indian club swinging and all and New York the next only train for Jersey City Coast the specialities acrobatic and vocal resorts which are reached by the i were very good The euphonium F F V at dinner time instead of Knives Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Harness solo by young Gorton was superb in the evening It is the only Nails Wire or any thing in the way of In fact evervthing was first class train that enables business men to DM At tne Qpera House Monday transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material lion Pipe evening March 4th J breakfast the next morning It is Powder Shot and Shells Call on the most desirable train for New Misses Daisey Hughes and Annie Gen Gordons JJecture England resorts connections being Berryman of Farmdale have been b visiting Miss Josie Hughes on Second Dont forget that Gen John B made in the Union Depot in H street this week with the Colonial Gordon of Georgia will deliver Washington Express running through to Boston Th Broadway Messrs Crabb Kemp and Hudson Deair The Last which reaches New Haven p three young men from Eminence his celebrated lecture 410 at the m New London 530 p m came up yesterday evening to visit Days of the Confederacy some lady friends in this city Opera House in this city on Fri- Â¬ Providence 7 5 p m and Boston The F F V is the In ad- 830 p m Dr J M Buckley and wife who day evening March 15 th only modern irain lighted through- Â¬ have been visiting relatives here dition to being a great soldier he left Saturday evening for a visit to is an entertaining speaker and out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation their children in Washington City should have a large audience to Car Misses Frannie T and Bessie Lewis ON MAIN STEET TO The Washington and Atlantic of Belair this county who have been hear him Express also an Electric Lighted spending the winter in Kansas City Will bo Crimpy AISTN Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ Missouri returned home Thursday The Misses Hale gave a reception The cold wave flag was hoisted nati at 700 p m reaching Wash Basement nf the Capital Hntel at their home on Second street at the Custom House yesterday ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection ISFThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Comfort 600 p m Thursday afternoon in honor of their morning and the signal service is made at Washington with the short time guest Miss Bessie Welford of May- telegraphed from Washington that Boston Express or the Limited field The only safe rare an reaching New York nbout 900 reliable female PIXIi Mr and Mrs Thos B Rodman Mr the weather would be 30 degress p m At Norfolk connection is ever offered to Ladles and Mrs Wm F Grayot and Mr colder this morning especially recommend Â¬ PENNYROYAL made with the Old Dominion and Mrs J G McLean comprised a ed to married Ladies Steamship Line reaching New 9TLIM and take no other Had Great Sport Ask for Dl KOCT1 niITIOTA per party that went to Louisville last box 6 boxes for 500 Or Send for circular Price 100 York 300 p m the next day Tuesday to see Lillian Russell I3R MOXT8 CHKMLIO AX CO - Cleveland Ohio Messrs Geo F Berry and Geo Feb 23 ly Miss Annie Hale returned Tuesday Blue Grass Seed and Garien L Payne had fine sport on their from a visit of several weeks to relFertlizer at Mastin Brothers atives in Mayfleld accompanied by duck hunting trip to Arkansas 26 2t -Miss Bessie Wilferd of that place and brought home a large number 5 Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke who will be her guest for several of fine fat ducks to be distributed A Your IJifc Away weeks THE CHANCE OF A to their friends Mrs John W Milam entertained LIFETIME The truthful startling title of book nbout Gets a Pension the only harm lean ouahantkkd the Ladies Afternoon Cinch Club on Itess than FOUR CENTS a week Think of it you want to uult unci cant cure If By an arrangement with the publishers of Tuesday Those present were Mrs mo BrucH up nlcotlnlzd nerves The Evening Iost nf Louisville J am enabled eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men Shannon William of Jetts gain strength weight und vigor Positive cure Sam Swigert and daughter of Lex Â¬ to make uu unprecedented offer to the news Â¬ paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the ington Miss Francis of New York Station this county was granted or money refunded or look at druggists mailed free Address J VUIO Y JLLJLE CYU11UU JTU31 by vont- Miss May Lounsbury of Stamford a pension Monday for service The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph age mall Oct G ly Si New York 10 Spruce St prepaid to any address in Kentucky one year for 3 Tho Conn Mrs W P Hudson Mrs J L Iost is an S column 8 ot daily establishediu the lead Â¬ ing afternoon lour it alpnfoKentucky nrlnts the 1870 retiort nf full Price Mrs Sara E James Mrs Geo during the late war Grasp the Opportunity the Associated Press full market reports Washington and L Willis Mrs Hervey Keller Mrs Frankfort correspondence special telegraph n iws The best work in town is done Our onterpnsInK druggist P H parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing from all Jno W Rodman Mrs A F Respess at the cciiuny anu live potuicui matter Thu paper used is clear and Capital Steam Laundry Oabpentek cordially invites you to easily the type large andpersonsread Agents wanteds write for terms Miss Lutie Ware Miss Keenon Mrs try a 25c bottle of Dr Halos House- Â¬ woo wisn advantage nwvivKAU eaeoks and money to takepayable to of this H E Waterman Mrs G T Blackley r must mauo Boom orders hold Cough Cure This now remedy B O BOYLE 36 Third St Louisville Ky Mrs P H Carpenter Mrs Wm H The on tubes Worlds Fair Tests nets quicklylungs tho bronchial desire lessons the throat and Newhall jr Mrs Sam B Holmes showed no baking powder to cough and heals mucous mem Â¬ Mrs John II Stuart and Mrs J M brane If consumption it -so pure or so great la leav you Pleasant to take Thewill cure VanDerveer The prize was won by SfiR 5 children Mra Waterman enlng power as the Royal e like it of Louisville was in the city Tuesday Mr John S Pool of Louisville was in the city Thursday Mrs C Lutkemeier of this city is very ill in Indianapolis Indiana Col J Stoddard Johnston of Louis Â¬ ville was in the city Wednesday The Misses Maddox of Louisville are visiting Miss Georgia Hodges in this city Mrs William Warren of Danville is visiting her daughter Mrs Lucien Beckner Mrs John P Starks of Louisville is visiting Mrs U Keenon on Wash Â¬ ington street Mrs S B Buckner after a visit to Mrs Scott and Mrs Barret returned to Louisville Monday Mr Henry F Lutkemeier is in Indianapolis at the bedside of his mother who is quite ill Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is visiting Mr and Mrs Gordon Trip- Â¬ lets oe East Main street Mrs William Cromwell has been quite ill for tho past two weeks at her home on South Shelby street Mrs Sam Swigert and daughter of Lexington were the guests of Mr and Mrs John W Milam this week Messrs Geo F Berry and George L Payne returned Sunday evening from their hunting trip to Arkansas Mrs Maud Wilson Stephens left yesterday for a trip to New York to purchase her spring stock of milli- Col Sel Miller TIE LHB6E8T 01111 CQDNTT MR THOMAS W THOMPSON PEOfilA GLUTEN FEED Â¬ EJStanton Mgr and State Agt WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS Â¬ ABI9 r r c rA iye r Hardware 1 JACOB SWIGERT 101 A5TD 102 CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Baltzel Building STHEJBT PILLS Â¬ 5 11 c ty W PER YEAR 4f 4J qp WW te k m Our Annual Watch wSale www 14K GOLD FILLED Warranted 20 years Elgin or Waltham Movement 4th inaugurate a Special Watch Sale and the very best makes of American Watches will be sold at to offer special bar it has been our ASgains in Watchescustom for several yearsMONDAY MARCH v14K in March we will on Â¬ w GOLD FILLED VWjj g lii h f i i Until MONDAY MARCH 18th We have the finest stock of Watches in Solid Gold and Gold Filled in the city We can furnish Ladies Watches in the large or small size All cases are handsomely engraved We have a new selection of Sterling Silver Tableware Sterling Silver Novelties and Toilet Articles Also a splendid assortment of Jewelry CUT PRICES Warrant il 20 years Elin or Waltliam Movement M 1300 Tlio Reduction Caught Em The reduction of nearly one Ihalf in the monthly rent of tele phones has caused quite a number of persons to order the instruments placed in their business Up to houses and residences yesterday 31 new subscribers had been received by Mr Sullivan manager of the local exchange and he expects to put in fully as many more in the next few weeks Most of these orders have come in without solicitation and Mr Sullivan has been compelled to stop canvassing until the linemen can catch up with the work of putting up the wires for the new stations Under an Italian Sky Â¬ A SELBERT THE LEADING JEWELER J L Baker of Franklin has rented John Samples farm and will move to the same this week Owen Moore and wife of Pey tonia were the guests of M B Moore and family Saturday and S233 St Olstir St lEranlrfcrt lLy L 81500 ITCOSr J Forks of Elkliorn Miss Mary Holton visited rela- Â¬ tives at Stamping Ground the first YOU WANT TO GKE3T Â¬ The Congregationalist party of which Rev George Darsie of this city is a member is up to the schedule time laid down in the itinerary and Mr Darsie ar- Â¬ rived at Naples Italy Thursday spent yesterday in that city and to day to morrow and part of Monday will be spent in visiting Capri Sorrento Pompeii and Herculaneum and Monday even Â¬ ing will take the train for Rome where he will remain until Friday then take the train lor Brindisi and sail Saturday for Alexandria of the week Mrs W W West who has been quite sick the past week is slowly improving Fishing has already been com- Â¬ menced in Elkhorn Miss Annie Redd spent from Friday until Monday at home Miss Daisy Hockensmith of Stamping Ground is the guest of Miss Mary Holton Mrs S S Darnell spent Tues- Â¬ day and Wednesday with Mrs M B Lucas Miss Mary Gallahue will open a three months subscription school at the schoolhouse on Monday March 4th Barry South jr visited Stamp- Â¬ ing Ground Sunday Mr J V Crane moved this week from the McMillan farm near Jett to the Cromwell farm between here and Frankfort Miss May Quilling is visiting Miss Bettie Jones this week Little Miss Mary Shaw of Sundy the stump room with erysipelas in the arm M B Moore and Owen Moore were in town Thursday and quai offer as We will fied as deputy clerks All need Â¬ ing their services will please call on them How is this for a large tree Mr Galen Jones cut down a chestnut oak that turned out 1 100 Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas iofoot rails and 86 fence posts the assortment is unbroken It was 7 feet and 1 1 inches across We learn Mr Ed Baily of Franklin has purchased a lot at Bagdad and will locate there J D Jones is confined to his THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE until further notice greatlv REDUGRD PRIGE8 R ROGERS Frankfort spent Friday night Egypt One New House The workmen have the frame up for a two story frame resid nee Dr O H Reynolds is erecting upon a lot adjoining his residence on Third street If we had many more such enterprising citizens as Dr Reynolds the old town would soon look like a real live city He is not afraid to put his money into unimproved lots and erect handsome buildings upon them whereas some of our people who have money invest it in bank stock and others who own real estate let their houses literally rot down for want of repairs Â¬ Â¬ Will Continue tlio JJuslncss Â¬ a w- The extensive business of breeding fine trotting stock carried on by the late Col R P Pepper will be continued by his son Mr R P Pepper jr he and his mother Zilpali having qualified as executor and executrix of the estate Col Pep Welcome to the beautiful sun per having left no will shine it brings joy and gladness Tlio Itock Bounced Oil John Powell a negro confined in the workhouse received an ugly scalp wound on Saturday by a large rock falling on his head in the quarry of that institution It struck him a glancing lick or he might have been killed Best rubber and cotton hose at Mastin Brothers 26 2L with her cousin Miss Nancie Shaw Mr Wm Cunningham gave a dance Tuesday night at the Moore farm near hereand moved to Mid- Â¬ Wm Mr way Wednesday Vanderventer sr of Ducker moved there the day Mr Cunningham moved away A quartette from Switzer will give a concert at Stedmans hall Admission 15 Saturday night and 10 cents Mrs Adam Harper of Stamp ing Ground spent the first of the week with her son Mr Jake Harper near here Dr Cook has moved his board ing house from Mis Barry Souths to Mrs Pottys O W Cannon made a trip to Midway Sunday Elder J K P South preached He at Switzer Sunday afternoon will probably preach at the Christian Church here the third Sunday in every month Mr and Mrs Marion Feather ston are sick this week Mr Prather has moved from the John Murphy farm to the Stedman house in our burg Mr J Y Newton will offer for sale his property c Saturday March yth at his home here Â¬ Many thanks to the noble hearted women who edited the Roundabout last week Their wise and well selected paragraphs imparted to all who read them information that would repay a thousand times for the time spent in While we are perusing its pages sorry for Sally Ann and sympathize with her in the fullest sense of the word yet we would say dont be discourged there is no promise to any only those who hold out faithful Try again and if you dont succeed try try again Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SON SON Â¬ RKMcCL -- DEALERS 1 IN- - Jireo Free Free Given away for a few days only commencing Saturday March 16 1000 boxes each containing one weeks treatment trial size of Wrights Celery Capsules at J W R Williams Cos Drug Store Any person afflicted with Liver Kidney or Stomach ComDyspepsia plaints Rheumatism Constipation Sick Headaches Biliousness Catarrh and Malaria can get one of these boxes free Â¬ Â¬ Clover Seed for sale 25 4 We have thirty five bushels of choice clover seed Wood Brothers Woodlake Ky Seed Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and ft Â¬ Northern Onion Sots Potatoes and Â¬ with its lustrous and sparkling rays and all nature seems to relish its noble effect We are glad to report very few Mastin Brothers sell a good set on the sick list of buggy harness for 7 50 Mr J R Moore has returned 26 2t from an extended visit to Stephen Moore and family at Bloomington E Nulty of St Paul Minn Was confined to bed for W H Moore of Defoe was in writes 3 weeks doctors could do me no our community Sunday good Japanese Pile Cure entirely Galen Jones of Pulaski county cured me J W Gayle Sole is visiting relatives here Agent I will be headquarters this season for northern seed potatoes I w 11 receive five and onion sets cars about 3000 bushels northern seed potatoes Early Rose Beauty of Hebron Rurals Empire State Burbank c which I vyill sell at low prices I will also have several hundred bushels of yellow and white onion sets which will be I also carry a large sold cheap stock of fresh fruits vegetables c at retail and wholesale Give me a call I will do you right C S Bell jr Ann street next door 26 tf to Luckett s hvery stable Stationery t IFSAiSTIFOIEeT ZKSr Black Be Hursey FINE Hops ana SADDLES DEALERS IN A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS mar 10 Sm HAND 232 rnT steeet 18 tfl wmnFmWmzmM w Mmmmmmm WmMKHtKrWKrmKUKmtM A 0 Iw m t GET INTO THE BAND WAGON The above is a common every dav American expression I have bought an immense lot of GOLD and GOLD FILLED OASES at panicky prices and I want the public to share the benefits of the deal The cut onlv holds good for THIRTY DAYS i W L COPPERSMITH THE POPULAR JEWELER ML --A H KsEws STI 3XT HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES BROS COS lowest elsewhere 227 St Clair St and everything need- Â¬ ed on the farm is large Our stock of imple- Â¬ ments is the best on the market Our line of vehicles is the fin est Â¬ and our prices are the Give us a -- Our supply of trial before buying v harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MAIN STREET W E BAXTER people shall not be enforced the Removed to More Convenient otered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky he is usurping power which does as second class mailable mutter Quarters not belong to his office and sit- Â¬ Dr VV E Baxter took advan- Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub ting himself above the power tage of the good weather last week which created him Â¬ PftANKFORT MARCH 2 1895 and removed his dental establish- Went Away Gradually ment to the rooms over Guy HOW IS THIS Barretts news depot on Main We do not remember a time street which have been neatly Is the Major a Bigger Man when the ice on the river had at- Â¬ fitted up for the purpose and Thau the Council and Em Â¬ tained the thickess it did this where he now has one of the best powered to Set Aside the year about eight inches that it Make Ordinances of that arranged dental offices in the West melted gradually about as it would Clear as Crystal Body In the front of the building he has on a pond until it became so soft a neatly fitted up reception room that it broke up and floated off by special From various sources the Comwith an operating apartment at- Â¬ without doing any damage to the to mon Council was requested not to Offices tached the latter being supplied property of the coal or mill men reneal the ordinance Drohibitinff State with oiik of the latest improved Bank hmrio frnm nlavinrr unon As a general tiling some valuable operating chtirs with fountain cush Gustav Lafontane property has been carried away the streets oi Sunday and at the pidor and an engiiu and fin ope Â¬ when the ice broke up but this meeting on Tuesday evening re- Â¬ rated by hydra ilic powT In the year the rise a very slight one it fused by a decided vote to pass middle room he ha a comfnrtible is true came after the ice had be the repealing ordinance and yet sleeping abutment and in the ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY FAMILY notwithstanding come soft and mushy and carried back room there is another reap we are told that it off as though it were a lot of this action by the Council the Hon room with operating apartIt moved slowly but the leaves l Mayor said he guessed he could connected with jiver has been entirely open for a ment attiche instruct the police not to interfere which is the laboratory bath and week or more with an organization which wishes toilet rooms which render his new to parade with a band to morrow quarters much more convenient Fix that Fence A 3 Tube for Sale Cheap and let them go ahead with their and comfortable and the stairway it about time that iron reaching Isnt What right has he to music the same is much more Every Dnker In Frankfort Usinjr Arctic Ploui fence at the north end of the St suspend or nullify a law passed by easy of ascent than at his old Is he not an execu- Clair street bridge between Todds place the Council He invites hi- - old frit nds building and the bridge was being and as many new tive officer and sworn to see the ones as care to laws made for the government f put into position permanently It do so to call and see h m in his rzsca If he has has been proped up for more than new quarteis the city are executed a year and seems to be dangerous the power to do away with one Dr C C Fogle h s also moved ordinance has he not the same for children to press against as it his office with Ui Btxur and still THE E H FLOOR power in regard to all laws might give way and precipitate lus charge of the dental laboratory THE BEST IN THE WORLD enacted to prevent the peace and them over the guard wall into the department of the city If he has this river If not unsale it is unsight Â¬ quiet any power what need have we for a ly and should be repaired and not left as an eyesore to persons We might as well turn Council to city Mayor to be passing to and from the South the city over ty the be nnn- M run according to his ideas of Side vinced rri enforcing only such An Eager and a Nipping Wind propriety -laws as he may think necessary ZSSL A continuous down rain Inclement for tha well being of the city and weather generally In pour of aud spring are winter letting the rest be violated by unfavorable to all classes of invalids But warmth and activity Infused Into the circulation those who wishto do so at will counteracts these Influences and Interpose a Now there are a large number defense iiiMlnst them Hihtetters Stomach - BltttTS most thorough and effective of of the good citizens of this place and tonics not only tnrlches the stomachics BUJWB CALL ON MJISl MXIUUll blood but m I Mild IiAtiia Fiiic nn who think the streets should quiet accelerates Its circulation For a chill or pre U3 monitory symotoms of rheumatism aud Kidney prevalent iju Lite luiu r uav iitzu iiuiii uitiv complaint partlcul trlypamolD ftat these seasons In lii flit hujf riftdJtlklu ilt Itumln ME WHO THUtO UNMML FOR BARGAINS IN- coiiHtJpitlon ing of homs and Other unusual uble tor ilyapop s liver coinphlnt on n winter WW M Never a1 nervousneney withoutset out ou Klderly uenso s It or At their request the or amiyprliiR dellcutd and convalescent are greatly noises the ABSOLUTELY PURE dmance was originally passed outmcuu THE OLD RELIABLE of respect for their wishes the Prices Will Suit Times Council refused to repeal it and CAPORAL Oils Steel toed shoes i oo it is the law of the city Neither 4 Plain shoes 8o cents 4 the Mayor or any other officer has Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths4 Removes shoes 40 cents Has stood the Tost of Tint set it aside of his own a rignt to Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Tlaster Flue and All wnr rnritntrl irfmr4ininr1it MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc He is simply the servant and given prompt motion RANDS COMBINED altentfon of the people and when he under- - 26 4L Wm K Uttekback Dec 15 1 yO V U Co CORNER MAIN JLNTJ for by JDR FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT takes to say the laws asked Crique Germ Proof Filter i The Best And Cheapest Fil ter In Use It Will Water the Muddiest I refer permission the Executive National and J Luscher Â¬ Â¬ ESole Agent Ann Street OWER Pasteur Filter J is V Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED Artie better than Flour imported this Try it and WLWiM i r iptac6ll HCUS MUIUUU SUCUSSOR TOWN Patronize Home Industry - Â¬ M A COLLINS -- cr K i I I I Hardware Harness Paints SWEET I CIGARETTE Wall Paper Glass - LEWIB BTREETB M rmv lrc i I 1 HOC Ml f - W We are still in the ring We propose to show you the best assorted stock of 1895 maxiokt 3Xstrstiaii Had a Great Time M - 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 FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MARCH 2 Meagner 1805 Council Proceedings At the regular meeting of the council Tuesday night an amend ment was adopted to the health ordinance which requires physi- Â¬ cians to report to the city physician all deaths at which they are pres- Â¬ ent the cause of the death age nativity sex etc of the deceased The ordinance appropriating ioo annually for the purchase of med icines for the deserving poor of the city was given its final pas- Â¬ sage as was also the ordinance authorizing the Mayor to negotiate a loan of j 500 to meet current expenses for February March and E W Hines President J N Crutcher Secretary R K Mc Clure Depositary The Executive Committee composed of the resident pastors of this city and Messrs S T Fortune W H Posey S C Bull H G Mattern R Rogers and Grant Green were re elected for the eusuing year Â¬ Gets One Thousand Dollars Architecture and Interior Dec- Â¬ oration I v S The members of the Womans Club are an enterprising lot of ladies who propose to give Frankfort a course of lectures next sea- Â¬ son and will make the enterprise a success although it has been a hard matter heretofore to get a respectable sized audience to hear a lecture in this city April As a fore- Â¬ The ordinance to repeal the or- Â¬ runner of what may be expected dinance prohibiting brass bands they have engaged Mr Wm J from parading the streets on Sun- Â¬ Dodd the Louisville architect to deliver a lecture in this city next day was defeated Â¬ Mr Marshall presented an or- week on Architecture and Interior dinance to repeal that section of Decoration and as every lady who the street obstruction ordinance is a housekeeper is especially in- Â¬ which prohibits the placing of ash terested in the latter part of the barrels ice boxes and vegetable subject they should not fail to hear stands on the streets and it was it The lecture will be illustrated with charcoal drawings which will passed by a vote of 8 to 2 be- Â¬ render it much more attractive Squire McDonald appeared fore the council in behalf of the and Mr Dodd is a very entertain- Â¬ Street Railway Co and asked ing speaker as well so that every that the ordinance governing the one who goes to hear him will be Railway Co be amended so that amused as well as instructed said company be required to pay The lecture will be delivered on 2 per cent en its freight earnings Friday evening of next week at only the Opera House and a large In the course of his rematks Mr audience should be piesent McDonald said the company had Josiah Allens Wife men at work now preparing to start The famous authoress of My Opinthe cars to running in two weeks ions and Betsy Bobbetts states The whole matter including the that she owes her freedom from colds released bond collection of 2 per and general good health during the winter season to the use of Dr Hales was referred to the Household Ointment which she re cent etc gards as the greatest medicine of the finance committee age Old Dr Hale having been her Councilman Williams motion to physioian years ago gives her great Â¬ confidence in Dr put a telephone in police head- Â¬ hold remediesall of best Hales Housein the world the Sold by PH Carpenter d quarters was adopted Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ While on her way to the death bed of her husband in Peru New York in September 1893 Mrs Mary R Haff of this city was detained seven hours at Springfield Ohio by an accident to the train of the Big Four railroad upon which she was traveling and the operator at the station refused or failed to send a telegram for her through which she hoped to learn of the condition of her husband which together with the long delay caused her great distress Upon her return home after the death of her husband she entered suit against the Big Four through her attorney Hon Jas Andrew Scott which has been pending ever since The road offered to compromise once for five hundred dollars which was rejected but last week a compromise was effected the road agreeing to pay Mrs Haff one thousand dollars and costs Â¬ P Gray of this city was created a Noble of the Mystic Shrine by Cosair Temple No 1 conittting of A New and Complete Treatment IUPPOSITORIES Capsules of Ointment and two III IwOUISVlIle Boxes A Core for Pile of on Monday Of last every of Ointmentdegreenew falling an operation wun muitee nature ana Injections of it carbolio acid QkrSnA painful anrl attended tne Onrine the knife orseldom a permanent cnreand which are WCCK and often re- salting in death unnecessary Why endure this e only pay for o doisi Q terriDie aiseass r You guarantee benefits re 1utw1ii11 111 viinuiiicill un me to cure any Case Sent by mail of February at which the order l JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a Box was conferred upon 228 postulants PflNQTIPATMN Cured Piles Prevented by Japanese LUer He says it was the greatest meet- the great LIVER and STOMACH REGULATORPellet and BLOOD PURIFIER Small mild and pleasant to Doses take especially adapted for childrens nee ing he ever attended everything 25 cents was done up in the highest style J W GAYLE Sole Agent and is very enthusiastic over the way he was treated by the Nobles of Cincinnati I KELLEY DR I Mr PILE CURB CO JAPANESE J10 W Constipation and sick headache positively cured by Japanese Liver Pellets 50 pills 25 cents J W Gayle Sole Agent OF CINCINNATI O will be at trie IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday March 2 1895 Saturday March 16 1895 Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgictt operation and with little or no pain New Art Studio Miss Natalie Sawyier has rented a studio in the new Todd building and desires to take pupils in china painting water colors and draw- Â¬ ing Miss Sawyier recently spent some months in New York study- Â¬ ing at the Art Students League and was also a pupil of Mrs Rhoda Holmes Nicholls in water colors and Mrs Anna B Leonard in china painting Her terms are fifty cents a lesson of three hours Mm CREAM DR J A ocott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky A REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky II Mctlure Frankfort Ky BAKING POWDHl MOST PERFECT MADE nil re Iran fri5m nf Tsrfir Pnuilp Bu from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A David Moore Benson Ky jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W If J Hughes Frankfort Ky Eight St Cincinnati FREE O CONSULTATION DENTAL Over Guy MAIN ST - LABORATORY News Depot FRANKFORT vj i Barretts A Physician Bible Society Meeting The annual meeting of the Franklin County Bible Society at the Methodist Church Sunday night was largely attended and was addressed by Rev George S Savage Agent of the Society His remarks were very interesting and received close attention One very important fact he stated was that in Japan where there are three million children in the schools the Testament is used as a classical text book with which to instruct the young There were no other speakers as is usually the case and Dr Savage was given the whole time of the meetÂ¬ Â¬ Run Over by a Wagon Little Stanton McLean son of Mr J G McLean was returned from school Wednesday at noon and attempted to cross Second at the intersection of Steele in front of the delivery wagon of Messas Ellwanger Brothers and before the driver could stop the horse the little fellow was knocked down and one wheel of the wagon passed over his leg Fortunately he was not seriously injured i 5S- ing A very satisfactory collection was taken up to aid in the work of supplying destitute fami- Â¬ lies with the Word of God The following officers and ex- Â¬ ecutive committee were elected to serve for the ensuing year -- with the meanders Try it and be convinced For sale by orJno T Hockersmltti said creek thence west ami north and northwest with the U Kacin J Luseher McKee Hardle lines of wild llockersiulUi to the lands rormery owned byJohii Mulleiideceasod theneeFOiith with W W Cherry and M T Mitchell T Will De head tin lines of atl Mullens land aim that fomierlj noruiern StOCK lheane t duarters for seed uuirtiuLi this lifrolllbystedninns mill to the count road lead Cedar Cove tHenee LAWYERS including said road ami with the lines of ins season and want vour trade and to The Modern Way Mirtlu anthaStediniinihe Baptist Church and get your trade will make you samuei iiutin to the beginning VM CROMWELL I will first oiler sild land In parcels a decrlp nwl see me Commends itself to the d pnetb lm seen on application tlonamlplitof which can Law Attorney the to do pleasantly and effect Â¬ VOur seed poiuotb at retail and 1 Al undersigned commissioner as airhole and 1 wll then oiler said true Frankfort Kentucky C 3 Hell jr Allll accept the bid or lihls under which the greatest ually what was formerly done in Wholesale siiniwlllberoillAdroraWlwholetractprolded Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Street next to LuCkett S Stable If anone or tvo of the parcels Also owner that the crudest manner and disagree Â¬ shall bring enough to atsr the liens or the Courts of Franklin and the adlolnlug counties Â¬ ot 1111dwlllalsOKhespeclil attentou to the pur -j Hank of Kentucky and lshtini Ralioj then the ably as well To cleanse the sys reiiiilnlii arcel or parcels will not be sold nor chase ami sain of real estate or collection of rents will siU tract a a wliole lio otTered Hildlinds claims and the negotiation loans energetic young will bo sdd subject to alien rirSlM50wltn inter-m-i- n tem and bretk up colds head- Â¬ III llaiy ii 1W until paid III lavor ft who cm fnrnili norse inH ost troin htendaiits m the Milt infmit JR aches and fevers without unpleas fuwhHsrr to harness to enrane in a ornfitable suret bearing gH bondwitli good and sulllclent Law luteret Horn date toAhae the Attorney ant after effects use the delightful of a leplevln lien will Dusiness experience unneces Â¬ torce and ellect the property soldbond all the pur be resened on until liquid laxative remedy Syrup of sary Frankfort Kentucky Address box 346 Lexing Â¬ chase money Is paid W II POSEY Will practice In all State Courts Olllce second Figs ton Ky 26 Master Commissioner feb lG 2t lloor Custom House I in rhf same cars tliey are loaded in so vou can uepmu oil fettim pure northern Stock and not Ullio river StOCkaS IS veryolten sold for oclock p m on ii credit ot six tehe ami elgh- following eipial installments fcjeed Potatoes Seed Potatoes teen months mInmuch thereof as iimj the necessarj bo propel t or toMlo9 loUKJtlieniuuuitnf the ritbt Interest I will receive 111 the nevr few and cost heieln toIswlt certain trart or parcel said real estate that vu days five car h ads v about 3 COO olland eontnliiln which bandied andInlift acres is Mtuited more or less and Fnnktln V Ot northern potatoes dl- - couim Kon Main Elkhorn creek iml bounded bushels to Wit Oil UlO IlOrtll bj the lipid or Vnrl- - and Michigan as follows rect irom T uoekersmltli on the east b Main Elk- the south Samuel ijieie potatoes win nnr oe hnnrrhr no creek on tto MarUllil Mrs lands of tedman MlirtIumtIimHS intH inciudim um ieismt iiaptist ciiureu j in a small way irom Cincinnati or th county ro id leading from pttdma s mill to Louisville but Will- - come through uvdar Cow and on the west by the lands former I Seldom recommends a proprietary medicine A great many use our A FARM Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes us that he has had occasion to use COMMISSIONERS SALE Dr Hales Household Ointment in several eases of burns and thinks it Fiunkuv Cikcuit Coukt He writes he has has few equate also used the Dr Hales Household ISHAM RAILEY jinLuuity Tea in his own femily and finds It is w bo good that he cannot afford to do yVrnTFE of the judgment rfnmerfd m the above canst- - ar the Jiimmrj term lKo without it It is the great blood pu- v Ill stMl nf iiiiltlip kiIh fn thu hlrhtwt iiml Iwwt nner anu nerve tonic Positively cures ayapepsia constipation bilious 25 and 59 cents per pack ness etc age at P H Carpenters drug store At the courUum e door In the city of Frankfort d Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a and SPLENDID on Rubber 3 to sio No extra urge for extracting without pain when nrUn Other work in propor Â¬ lal teeth are ordered Juh 6 ly tion All work warranted c ii7 Xlf KY EXTRACTED WITHOUT TEETHwith Vila llzed Air orloonl application Best Artificial Teeth FARM FfJ RENT I T 1 ortoFraiuCliliiu utoru 12 KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE milE FARMcity limits of trankfort on the Ver Â¬ J neat the sailles pike containing iG5 acres Is for rent rrom March 1st li5 to March 1st 1K6 The place Is well adapted to general farming stock raising and tob tcco growing and has advantages for dairy and marketing For particulate apply to theunderslgiiKl at her residence on Ann street y Â¬ tr Miw Mabt J Duplet - 111 H OLD JUDGE S THE BEST WHISKY - JeV j0 fort for INFRNAK Family or piemcai Icheauei on 0Hl1 u J- - rlience smmi jlai tin the lino north to of ttiewesumKoinamiiKiiorncrePKcorierof that Is beg nu Mullen deceased n at a sjctmore tree mid fcd well-informe- lail andrfi low at k I Â¬ WY ul WJ CIIINN at Â¬ nr swf U mewMmsMmmmxi ibiiiiphi jismuje rijitf m mmmmMmmBBiai wm mmmm SU ty1 i TV w M r WjFVwSWfl W4 NTED 4 Qu rt Coffee Pot 10t L The Wholesale and Retail Trade of Frankfort and Central Ky 6 Quart Tin Bucket 10c 2 Quart Tin Bucket oc Galvanized Iron Wash Tub 55c If prices will get the trade it is mine Call and see the goods Galvanized Iron Wash Pan 10c 10 Qt Gaiv Iron Water Bucket 20c 18 inch Grate complete ready to set 225 No 7 Wood Cook Stove 385 with full trimmings 36 pieces 8585 First class No 7 Coal and Wood Cook St ve 7 yS3oHHt m vtS Besides above prices also a general cut Regular discounts from above figures to the trade 4 ir prices on my entire stock to take effect MARCH 1ST M v 4nd was Â¬ k JOHN T BUCKLiEY ajed 79 years at the time RELIGIOUS Advertised Letters at Frankfort Baptist Church Rev W O Tay- of her death Rougers Mr William Rodgers lor the pastor will conduct public worship at both services to morrow died Sunday morning at his home at 11 and 730 on the Bald Knob hill after a pro Sunday Hchool in the Chapel at 930 tracted illness and his funeral a m Kentucky Persons calling for letters in the following list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery L B MARSHALL CO took place Monday from Lebanon Christian Church Rev W B Church The deceased was a brother-in-Taylor the pastor pro tern will con- Â¬ law of Squire W B Tracy duct the services to morrow at 11 who was accidentally killed a few and 730 The Young Peoples Society of months ago and was a good Christian Endeavor meets in the quiet citizen and consistent lecture room at 645 Christian Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Matrimonial Mr Howard Betts Stone Catholic Church Rev Father ONeil will conduct the services at Betts and Miss Mamie Stone both Church of the Good Shepherd morrow of this city were married in Nash on Thursday of Low mass at 730 a m High mass ville Tennessee last week Rev J M Howard of 30 am Vespers at 3 p m the Presbyterian Church officia- Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev R L ting McCready the rector will occupy his Gill Redding Mr John R pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as Gill and Miss Hettie Belle Redusual Â¬ to- Â¬ Bev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will conduct the services to morrow morning at 11 and 730 p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the Jecture room First Presbyterian Church F S will occupy his Pollett the pastor TAYLOR pulpit to morrow at 11 a m and 730 BETWEEN offered for AVENUE AND THE sale on IiOUISVILiIiB TOBACCO MAR These lots are on a eood twenty footeasy terms m as usual p street and in the face of the curious throng KET j adjoin Judge Dianes property Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p as she did not wish to be stared at FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT m in the ladies parlor LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Birth Sales on our market for the week Bouthcrn Presbyterian Church just closed amount to 2626 hhds with Lo210 Saffell In this city yesterday receipts lor cne same perioa 01 moo A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELYa goodÂ¬ Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will cated 8 Â¬ hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ turnpike road miles which Frankfort a on resi upon brick there Is occupy the pulpit to morrow morn morning March 1st at 11 oclock uary 1st amount to 31039 hhds Sales dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and ing at 11 and 730 p m Phythian Saffell and ofthecropof 1894 ou our market to all other necessary Improvements This land is to Mr A In a high state of cultivation the Improvements Sunday Hchool at 930 wife a daughter Agnes Todd this date amount to 36774 hhds are in fine condition and In order to make a The condition of the market this quick sale will be offered at a bargain week for new burley tobacco has The evening service at the Baptist weight 10 pounds been practically unchanged prices Church until further notice will be remaining firm for the various grades The Great Beuzetta gin at 730 instead of 7 as heretofore but no special improvement being quotable The demand of the manu- Â¬ There are a number of trotting facturers continues to be most active- Â¬ Rev W C Taylor will preach at FRAME RESIDENCE OF 0 men who are anxious to ly directed towards smooth frequent TWO STORYstreet with lot 53 by 100 feetROOMS This Lewis South Benson Church to morrow horse made at is very valuable property sales of those grades being Beuzetta 2 12 in- Â¬ own the great 3 oclock All are 16 with 12 to afternoon at winner of the 30000 Futurity prices ranging from selling from 15 occasional hogsheads vited to attend for which her owner Mr E W to 2150 The following quotations fairly Â¬ Avres is said to have refused Deaths represent fall Mr Ayers has bacco 1894 our market for burley to18000 last crop Â¬ Methodist Church Rev ding a couple from Owen county drove to this city Wednesday morning and were married at the County Clerks office by Rev D When it was known Clay Lilly that a marriage was to take place quite a crowd gathered and fol lowed the couple into the office but they went on into the back room where the minister was wait- Â¬ ing and the bride closed the door of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET First Direct letters plainly to the street and number of house Second Head letters with the a writers full address including street WAT XLJlilX JL dencesix hoom rksi- on Clinton street JX DIPrrn and number and request answers to be addressed accordingly too a frame cotloenn willotbuyrooms on Second street- A GREATHouse propertyIS onOFFERED IN THE BARGUN tage 3 Malt Mero street ThlB Third Letters to strangers or tran- Â¬ South Side proptrty Is well equipped for malting or would make fine warehouse or manufaturlng estabsient visitors in the town or city lishment whose especial address may be un- Â¬ FARM FOR SALE known should be marked in the left TFfVR JkVCIll X storeroom ON sec-0111 Htreet South Side hand corner by the word Tran- Â¬ A OF WE OFFER FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn acres situated on Georgetown sient pike 8 miles from Frankfort ThlslH very proFourth Place the postage stamp ductive land is well Improved abundantly sup plied on the upper right hand corner and stock with water and Is especiallyIs adapted to raisins The neighborhood excellent leave space between the stamp and churches and schools convenient and all surroundings attractive OFFER FOR SALE A directions for postmark WE of line tobacco land FARM OF 150 ACRES near Forks of Elk acres sod broken this jear leaving the horn Brawson Mrs G Randolph Mr J remaining 125 acres in gunn terms call at ACRE FARM our office or on U C Church Foragent on the R Beeler Mrs premises Rogers Mr W A Gaels Rouch J H Breckinridge FINE IAND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is Sullivan Miss Frasee BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OP offered for sale This farm Is well adapted to kKC WLL 5 rooms on East Jlln street Brown Mrs Nan- - Mary A stock raisin or will raise fine tobacco as well as Stanford Mrs nie all othercrops suited for this climate Will sell on easy payrasnts Mollie Code Miss Ealie BUYABRICK RESIDENCE 1 Kftn WILL rooms ou Holmes street Stone J W King nf 7 Davidson Harry Shepor Lyman with lot G7 by 150 feet Swine William Eddins Kate Gaines Miss Dora Tenney Ohas H Turner Berry Green Maggie OFFER SALE riAp ioAJjLJ WEdouble FOR cottage COTTAGE OF FOUR CtJTl IflRAME Hill This property will ROOMS AT Merrett Mr J B Todd David be sold cheap on East Main street at aa bargain frame and on very easy payments only a small cash To the Recruiting Thomas W A payment being required with the balance paid Officer of U S Waide Mr C P Watson Mr Tbad weekly Army Williams Taylor Orson James White Miss Lucy S B Holmes P M seven acres with RARnEN PARU Real Estate Agents ijj 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tobacco Laud Â¬ 260 vs riB t JJJ I rijn 3 HiOTS FORSALE OFFERED ISresidence of IN NEW TWO STORY seven rooms and two A Â¬ UHnUrll rHnm new trame cottage of four rooms and nil other necessary improvements located on good turnpike road two miles from Frankfort is offered for sale This is very desirable property FOR SALE A GREAT BARGAIN acres of land at Thorn Hill This propert lb nicely loÂ¬ cated fronting on the 0 en ton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pa men s to the right party If not sold Immediately will rent at a lowllgure FRAME At hi Â¬ FOR SALE L FOR SALE property and will be pold on easy payments to tlw riht party If you are interested come quick - r 11 ti COTrAErfOFKOiR TWO FRlMETaylor avenue on This ROOMS Is good B MARSHALL CO w wW Little Jack the Dickekson son of Mr J J Dickerson infant formerly ol this county but now on the editorial staff of the in died Enquirer Cincinnati Cincinnati on Thursday of last wek aged four years Heffnek Mr William Heffner the only remaining brother of the late Nelson and Titos Heffner of this city died at his home in Sueveport LouNhnaon Wednes day of la t week Â¬ Reddish Mrs Jane S Red Â¬ dish one of the oldest residents of this city died Monday morning al 645 oclock at the residence of her son in law in Jcffersonville Indiana and the remains were brought heie Wednesday for interI he deceased was the ment widow c f the late F D Reddish Â¬ several handsome Trash dark or damaged 2 75 1 50 tobacco offers for this game mare and it 3 75 3 00 Common Oolory traBh is said he is contemplating parting Medium to good coiory with her Beuzetta has wintered 5 50 3 75 trash 4 00 remarkably well and is stronger Common lugsnot coiory 2 50 5 50 4 50 Mr Common Coiory lugs and heavier than last fall jyiemum to gooa coiory Ayers expects her to reach thp 8 50 5 50 lugs She is Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 205 notch this season 14 00 10 00 already entered in 10000 worth Medium to good leaf 16 00 14 00 Good to fine leaf of stakes for next season and if Select or wrappery 16 OOfa 20 00 he doesnt sell her Mr Ayers will enter her in stakes worth 20000 Piles Piles Piles Mr more that close next month Williams Indian Pile Ointment Dr Ayers still owns Beulah the dam will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated of Beuzetta who is safely in foal and Itching Piles It absorbs the Midway Clip- tumors allays the itohing at once to Onward again gives instant acts as a poultice per Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles A Grout Ollcr and Itohing of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ druggists sent by Sold teed We will send the Roundabout mail for 50cby and 100 per box one year and The Louisville Even WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Cleve Baird ing Post one year to any sub- land O Sold by HolmeB Now scriber for 3300 per year is the time to subscribe for your Go to C S Hell jr seed potatoes onion sets Or Prices Cream Baking Powder northern 26 tf c fruits vegetables Worlds Pair Highest Award recently had F 17 m 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Ittneani that tha Qun and Creicent Route li IT mllei ihortert between Cincinnati and Lexington 33mtlei iliurtiit Cincinnati to Hlr lovuIlvaiborUU tnlnphami Mmilejiliorteit Cincinnati to MwrOrlean Cincinnati to Chattauooga Atlanta or JackaonvlU iloriJi Â¬ SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of the ahovo poind Throunn fliM to Vlcltiburpr and Mirers Only llnu running Ihroupli c in lycinnntl to Knuxvlllj and port AiheTllv N Ulmt lino tu Tixaiund Jlexlui vU Niw Orliani or ria Hhrtveiiort Aik aitinta about touri to CulifurnU I ruin IyilJTllli ShelbjrYlllo and Inw rfncdmrir direct onuectloa U madu at icxluijlua tith vUbuK I train to Ml ulnU buutfl t GcnI lujir Agunt Ouunatl ROUTE RHf KAKSON O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k QUEEN AND CRESCENT s The Roundabout ly Executes neat promptly Â¬ Job Printing JL tf I Tine ARE READY FOR YOU VEHICLES - Our r With the biggest lines of goods to be found in the county store and factory are chock full of all kinds of HARNESS ROBES BLANKETS PLOWS OF ALL K m And a general line of Implements And for cash you can buy more Try us goods from us than any firm on earth KY The First XiCgal BUGGY 5t HARNESS WORKS smuggled in and every place in the neighborhood from which a person could get a view of the gallows was filled and after the corpse was cut down and taken into the courthouse there was a rush for a piece of the rope with which he was hung George Magee was sent to the penitentiary from Louisville to serve a term of three years for malicious shooting and his term would have expired next June but one day last summer he and a fellow convict by the name of Charles Thomas had a difficulty in the penitentiary for which Magee was punished and he determined Arming himto have revenge self with a murderous looking knife the blade of which was made frm a file he went into the dining room- just after the pris- Â¬ oners had gone in to dinner went to where Thomas was sitting and with one hand raised his left arm while with the other plunged the knife into his left breast cutting He was inhis heart in twain dicted at the September term of the Circuit Court for murder in the first degree but the trial was postponed until the January term when he was tried found guilty and sentenced to death and yes- Â¬ terday fixed as the day upon which he should die After the sentence of the court had been passed upon him Gov Brown par- Â¬ doned him out of the penitentiary that he might remaim in jail until the day of execution The poor old mother of Magee had been here for some time and had visited him every day in the jail After the execution the body was turned over to her and she took it to Louisville for burial Â¬ - JIAGEE HUNG Sent to the Asylum ST JOHN BOYLE JOHN ECHOLS In CMTJR8 Execution in Tills City for Thirty five Years l t m 4 li m George Magee the negro who was convicted of murder at the last term of the Circuit Court and sentenced to be hung was exe- Â¬ cuted in the j lil yard in thjs city early yesterday morning A gal- Â¬ lows had been procured from Louisville and erected on the south side of the jiil building so that the condemned man could be taken out through one of the second story windows right on the The window of the platform jail office which was just below the platform was elded and the rope which sprung the trap taken back through it and the office closed so that the man who cut the rope which launched the unfortunate being into eternity was concealed from the crowd around Sheriff Armstrong the gallows had made all his arrangements to get through with the disagreeable job as soon as the law would allow and purposely kept the hour at which the hanging was to occur as secret as possible in order to avoid the crowd of the morbidly curious he knew would gather about the jail in order to get a glimpse of the ghastly spectacle As soon as it was light yester- Â¬ day morning preparations were made to carry out the judgment of the court and about six oclock Magee ws brought from his cell and prepared to meet his doom He was attended by Rev Father ONeal he having embraced the Catholic faith and joined that church several days before The condemned man was calm and collected and walked with a firm step when taken out on the scafHe said not a word fold to die after reaching the scaffold except to repeat a prayer after his spiritual advise who staid with him until the last Deputy Sher- Â¬ iff NickS illivan officiated upon the scaffold bound Magees hands and legs placed the the cap over his head and adjusted the rope At a given signal the trap was sprung from from below and at precisely 633 standard time the body shot downward and hung suspended for fiftceen minutes before life was pronounced extinct The drop wis about four feet but was not great enough to break the mans neck and he was strangled to death Early as it was a crowd of fully five hundred people was in the jail yard and about the court house Tickets of admission had issued to but fifty oer- been sons to the jail yard but still others managed to get themselves v Â¬ Dr N B Stafford a practicing physician in the Peaks Mill neighborhood whose mind has been unbalanced for some time came to town Thursday of last week and was arrested and lodged in jail on a charge of lunacy On Saturday he was ttied before County Judge Williams and ordered sent to the Â¬ C 0 TUB S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Mis Limited MEMPHIS LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE asylum and in accordance with the order of the court was taken to Lexington Tuesday morning Be- Â¬ fore his arrest Thursday he called at this office and left a poem with the request that it be pub- Â¬ lished which is a queer literary MEMPHIS VICKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS -- CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For answer and an honest opinion write to IUNN 3c CO who have had nearly Of ty years experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patents and bow to ob Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Patents taken through Munn ft Co recelye and Seclal notice In the Hclentlflc American with Â¬ brought widely before the public out cost to the inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In tho rona S3 a year sample copies sent rree Building Edition monthly f 80 a year Single eonles i cents Kverv number enntjlnn hAAii tlful plates In colors and photographs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO NEW YORK a 301 BROADWAY AND ALL POINTS producion Going to the Virginia League Some of the best players in the Frankfort Base Ball Club of last year have signed with clubs in the Virginia State League Tanne hill and Hall will go to Richmond and Meredyth to Newport News Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A South and address Southwest BBBB BBBBT Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not SaSriBBBS I BBBB MoBRLDE W J vellng Pass Agent Tr Louisville Ky T B LYNCH General Passeneer Agent Louisville Ky Kentucky Midland fry Only direct line between I M M M M M M FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE H fl LOUISVILLE THE Â¬ Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH TIM H H M E 1 CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Shortest and quickest oetweeD Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Latest State News All the Local News LH Complete Press Reports H Latest Market Quotations m H M iijii Paris Fal Â¬ Car Vajnille Cyntbiana mouth and Covington I H M Largest Circulation in the South 30000 AND OVCR DAILY I M j50CEifsAPNTH MIDLAM Or i9K FOR TICKETS VIA KY 500 a Year by Mali MOR H TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STADARQTfML H JNO A HALDEMANBus BOS FOURTH AVENUE Had a Brother in the Fen A brother of George Magee the negro who was hung in the jail yard in this city yesterday is now in the penitentiary having been sent there last fall after Magee committed the murder for which he was excuted and on Monday requested the privilege of seeing George for the last time which request was granted by the warden and handcuffed and under guard of Mr Cabbell Hardin the substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO visit to the jail was made Those SAN FRANCISCO CAL who witnessed the meeting beNEW YORK NY LOUISVIUC KY tween the two say it was quite affecting Â¬ when Syrup of Figs is taken it is plousant and refreshing to the taste aud acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all aud have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any ONE J3IVJOY Both method and results the In effect Dec SCHEDULE OF 30 1891 TRAINS p No 2 30 M I I M H LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY H M A M A St TRAINS KAST Lv Frankfort Lv Lv A I Mo 1 ai No 5Q7 415 425 440 455 515 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lv Duvall Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Ar C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Summit Elkhoru LvSwItzer Lv stamping Ground B 700 700 711 718 728 734 740 747 755 808 820 8b0 235 2Ai 249 3 tt 830 840 865 910 0311 B spa sssa 81G Ar Paris c TRAINS WEST Lv Lv A U No 2 7NO 4 306 313 319 1000 645 333 1005 550 348 405 415 430 V it I A M P II No G I Condensed News Stories ST No 8 iv Centervllle Lv Newtown Lv Georgetown B Lv lohnson Lv Duvall Lv Stamping Ground Lv Swltzer Lv Elkhorn Paris Elizabeth C 945 U55 1000 10 08 545 642 645 651 6 57 531 Iv V 8 Depot Â¬ Â¬ LvSummlt Ar Frnnktort A 1037 1040 1046 105 1069 1109 1116 1122 1130 555 tUll 545 617 635 045 715 1280 1232 Miscellany Womens Department Ihildrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything- 703 7 13 105 125 140 1C0 2 00 720 726 735 76 WILL BE FOUND IN THE Fresh Cow For Sale FOR SALEOR RENT The I have a fresh milk cow I will HOUSE OK AND sell at a bargain WITH GOOD four cabins SIX ROOMS catt o The Kentucky Midland Railway and conntc horse and ot large ami small fruits on tlons form the bums and orchard B D Orford shortest the Frankfort and Versailles turnpike road two points north south eastami cheapest route o a1 and west 2 miles from tho city of rrnnkfort Ky for McMillan Place of 110 Acres Leave FranktortR80il in arrive Lexington 1045 a in Leave Frankfort 7 a m arrive Cincinnati 1020 a in Leave Frankfort 230 p m arrive Cincinnati 625 p in SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtown 1037 a m arrive Frankfort 1130 Leave Frankfort 230 p m arrive Georgetown 325 p in Leave Frankfort 230 p in arrive Cincinnati 62ft p in Leave Cincinnati 730 a m arrive Frankfort 1130 a in weekly A Courier Journal ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor am PRICE 100 A YEAR The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes liberal terms to agents simple copies of the paper and Premium Supplement sent tree to an address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Spring Hill Distillery THE Louisville Ky 1M Mar 2 2t The VVaverly Bicycle guaranteed to be the equal of any on the market 8 at Mastin Brothers 26 2t tfjAi hjfUiVnt sate ou long time and ea y payments or for rent for a jearor term of years The place has been used as a dalrv farm and I by reiuon of loca tion soil buildings nearness to rood markets and other conveniences Hell adapted to that pur nose The land Is in urass aud will crow tobac co aud all kinds of crops Room to house from lour to six acres of tobacco Possession given at any time afttr March 189 Viply to or ad Â¬ w ii McMillan dress Â¬ 1 C D BERCAW Gen Pass Agt For further information apply to their agents or GEO B HARPER Gen Supt Rocker Frankfurt Kv ud HOTJNDABOUT AND THE K6D i3 tr II Iaris nr JH Ky Job work neatly exe cuted at this office V titUL Tl Â¬ Weekly Couiier Joumai WUlbesentoneyearto any address tor 1200 U liygjEH - V AiwJt1 ttSSWAi WCTUBBBBBBBK mJ j FMwPKliHfl Jii 7JWliffllM ru Ha k Jl VTWlilWJt 4ATvi i Ai l Si MXemtKJiihAAj4hiin Bill III IBB1 J TSW VtaH U BBHBBBKBBBBrCBBMBkT wmmmmmm iu JMVW UL1 i ft ML IOl f i lT r JJlnrli1l tt A9 jTMM It HT L U ALR lliJJAr lBI MA L W mmmmr- - t iLt V ifiVkB7tVin1iStWB7 r N2 T tmwMassftCSa AC EXTRAORDINARY EaI tCL0l --- RUBBER AND SHOE SALE MSdiJbm CXCXTTO SZIO S THAT A ZLiE One hrge only ioc One large One large One large One large One large 6 to 9 only One large only to cagnryfcLTFW One large lot Ladies Very Fine Kid Button Welts only 2 were 3 and 350 All Bennett Bernard Fine Shoes go at 250 were 5 One lame line Mmis Finn Shoes ralf tronH crnnrlo sizes 9 to 11 only 2 were 5350 Oi large line Mens Fine Shoes big sizes only now 150 were 2 and 5225 One large lot Boys Fine Calf Shoes lace and button go at 52 were 53 m CriJID IaiTXE32E3ST BT7 B3e3r03STE lot Childrens Rubbers sizes 8 to glit i4 lot Ladies Rubber Sandals only 20c lor Mens Sandals only 50c lot Ladies Arctics 85c lot Mens Arctics 65c lot Childrens Shoes grain button sizes 70c lot Muses Shoes grain button sizes 12 90c One large lot Ladies Calf Shoes lace full stock only 1 One large lot Ladies Calf Shoes button full stock only 115 One large lot Misses Kid Shoes button patent spring heel only 1 One large lot Ladies Kid Shoes button patent tip only 1 One large lot Roys Shoes odds and ends button and congress only 1 HMTSiHHMTS HE WANTED TO READ THE during the services prayed JOTJRNAIi fer- Â¬ All the New Spring Styles WSm A Great Offer Just Received and on Sale HHTSWlnHTS TAKE NOTICE ASSIGNEE OK S MEADOWS DESIRE ASall persons having claims against Isaid estate to ptesent them properly proven to John S Harrod attorney on or before the 1st day of April 1895 Feb 9 lm B T FARMER THE- - But She Objected to the Elders Prayer Our neighbor of the Capital published Tuesday the following from the Detroit Free Press The Kentucky Legislature is in if- L t Miss Stella Mansford who spent several days with her mother last week has returned to Lexington Miss Lizzie Daily is spending s iveral weeks with her sister Mrs RbtSmither of Owen county Preaching at the school house Saturday at 2 p m and Sunday at II a m by tne Rev Luther Lee Mr Ambrose Quarles who has been confined to his bed for several carry but the matter was ex Weeks VVC are glad tO Say is UP plained to his satisfaction Upon reading the above ve again Quite a number of ladies and were reminded of an incident gentlemen in and aroun Swallow which occurred in this city during field attended a social given at the the cxcitini times just before the residence of T N Sullivan last war At that time the Common- Friday night It is useless to say wealth and Yeoman two of the that it was a success for we all leading papers of the State were know that Miss Jennie usually succeeds in anything she attempts The first published in this city Mr Willie Smither of Owen which was edited by the late J H county made us a flying visit last was a Uba Dam Johnson Bkownie week while the staunch Union paper Twcnty ilvo Cents latter edited by the late Col S I much money but it will buy a M Major advocated States rights Isnt bottle of the finest Cough cure on and sympathized with the South earth That is what we claim for Cough Cure and and the two papers were pouiing Dr Hales Householdpeople have told what thousands of hot shot into each other in even us Dont neglect a cough It may or possibly cost issue One Wednesday evening your von as raanv dollars When you fool the first life a young lady whose sympathies symptoms go to v25 n uakpjsntkkb drug store invest cents in a bottlo were strongly with the Yeoman of Dr Hales Housohold Cough Cure d in the fight it was making attend Â¬ and cure yourself ed prayer meeting at the Chris- Â¬ It you dont want good work late James 1 dont try the Capital Steam tian Church The 1 24 tf Metcalfe led the meeting and Laundry Â¬ Â¬ some respects a peculiar bodyand some of its members as individuals It is the are even more peculiar custom to give each member the choice of two daily newspapers during the session at the expense of the State and they avail them- Â¬ selves of it One old fellow from a mountain county a new mem- Â¬ ber when he chose took as his choice the Louisville Courier Journal which was the gospel to Me was thoroughly verdant him and unversed in parliamentary usage and the first morning after he had chosen his paper and it lay on his desk before him he move member heard some dispense with the reading to which was of the journal part of the regular routine of the body He said nothing but laid aside his paper The next day it was the same and so on for two weeks and then forbearance ceased to be a virtue and the member rose to his feet Mr he said in Speaker thunder tones for he was hot I raise to a pint of order For I have two weeks ere sich a matter sat in my seat in this place peace- Â¬ ful and lisienin to what is goin on around me and learnin the ways Every mornin Mr Speaker about the time I git to readin uv my copy uv the Cooyah Journal up jumps some Republican and moves to dipense with the readin In all this time uv the Journal I haint never heard Mr Speaker a single member movin to dis pense with the readin uv the the Louisville Commercial and Im gettin tired uv sitch tyranical oppression Mr Speaker and I move to lay the matter on the table sos we kin go on with our readin uv the Journal in peace The members motion did not vently that the Lord would bless The Louisville Daily Post pubCommonwealth lished every evening except Sun- Â¬ beloved our shield her from impending danger day is offered with the Round and that the war cloud which about at S3 per year The price hung so threateningly in the of The Post alone is 55 per year horizon might be dissipated The and our paper 5loo making this the best offer of the kind ever young lady became suddenly ex- Â¬ made fanned vigorously and cited Subscribers to the Roundabout as soon as the congregation was who are not takiug The Post now dismissed left the church in high can avail themselves of this op- Â¬ dudgeon At the door her escort portunity by addressing this office or writing to B G Boyle 526 asked her what was the matter Third street Louisville when she snapped out Im mad But what has hap- Â¬ The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ thats what ecutes all orde s promptly Will asked the pened to offend you call for and deliver work at your young man Uian t you near door Telephone No 17 that man pray for that nasty old 24 tf Commonwealth and never said a Guitar Instruction and Piano word about the Yeoman Tuning Â¬ MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Assgnee of S Meadows Lou Burns Plaintiff vs PERSONS Franklin Circuit Court CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST John Pulliam Ac Defendant Luclnda Pulliam deceased are hereby notified to present their claims to me proven as required by law or to appear before me and prove their claims as required by law on or be- Â¬ fore April 1st 1895 Feb U HAVING CLAIM8 AGAINST w 9 Vestibued Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodation For Further Information Address lm Commissioner F W H POSEY C C Frankmn Circuit Court Ottoway Semoness Admk Plaintiff vs Susan Malone c Defendants hereby notified to present the same to me proven as required by law or to appear before me and prove their claims as required by law on or before April 1st 1895 Feb 9 HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST ALL PERSONS Ottaway Semones deceased are estate of BUrp CPA W G Crush 0 Pi A Swallowfleld J Henry Brady OR the method Fine weather for the past few tons celebrated latest and most approved Pianos Jas Barker G P A Chicago III days tuned and repaired First class farmers are thinking about references furnished For terms Franklin Circuit Court getting to work c aoply at 318 Clinton street Thos Brewers Admk Plaintiff vs Richard Brewer c Defendant FOUR ROUTE We are sure that winter has 45 tf ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST We hear the birds singbroken estate of Thos Brew r deceased are hereby notllled to present me aine Eggs for hatching from choice en as required by law or the appearto beforeprov ing and two of our ladies are to me wearing Barred Plvmouth Rocks 5i for and prove their claims as required by law on or promenading the streets before April 1st lb95 S T Fortune setting of 13 W II POSEY spring gingham aprons T AND FROM Commissioner K C C i eb 9 lm 23 3111 Rev J K P South will fill his at the regular appointment For Sale G Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Christian Church Saturday evenGood second hand phaeton in Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner ing and Sunday morning Sieeplig Cars and latest Improved Private Com Call and see it good repair partment - guitar teacher of will give lessons in Sax lm Commissioner F W H POSEY LOUISVILLE KY 1 C C H Bill Â¬ Â¬ BEST LINE CHICAGO Â¬ H MATTERS THE- rJ - Hi Â¬ Mrs Dr Williams Sallie Daily spent last Wednesday with the latters sister Mrs Geo and Miss 15 tf Black IIursey Buffet Sleeping Cars magnlflclent furnished with toilet accessories In each coin pa tment Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach ana bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly F Webster Mr William South of Fqrks of Elkhorn has been with us several PlituiijlEr 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY THE IMPROVED DOMESTIC olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars Klegant oaches Dining Cars und Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars ST LOUIS BOSTON days The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars Dr Halos Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Oures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive speoiflc tor pneumonia uuis uruises a Ul UDi ra nnnHlH I lltvlnifi Qrfe nt nnrnannHRiinlnnflarfifiiirArlmilnklv dinorent Irom an else superior to all else it has no equal -- 5 and 50c boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at P H V 1 NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Tnlns with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping earn Elegant Coaches mm Dining Cars landing passengers In New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively HIM WML For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L A N depot Also needles oil etc for all sewing machines a share of your patron age solicited Dec 22 6m NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure our tickets read via BIG FOUR E 0 MCCORMICK D B MARTIN Pass Traffic Manager Genl Pats Ticket Agt CINCINNATI 1 sm j 1 I UARFENTERBarueBtOre a TABLErVSft BUCKEYES 1j SOOTH N TIME TABLE A M A M P M P M 0SNT1 CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES No 17 Lv N0I9 No 21 No 28 Â¬ WEAK WOMEN and all mothers who are nursing babies derive great benefit from Scotts Emulsion This prepara- Â¬ It tion serves two purposes gives vital strength to mothers and also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thrive Lexington Ynrnallton Spring Station Frankfort Bagdad Midway 9K1 1117 845 777 Tiii 212 227 236 3 00 and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES A 8URE Prn wit MOST Fteasurevllle Eminence Lagrange 1023 617 1044 1115 1135 1144 1219 A 925 950 660 641 7 07 615 636 600 720 818 838 888 U3i 634 733 745 M BY AM DRUGGISTS 8ICHABPSKT USD CO ST I0UI3 t Anchorage LouUvllie Peweo Valley 812 P M 383 349 367 426 448 456 620 P M 61 71 8 0S 9 Ml 98 M May 12 ly M IW QUANTITY Scott Emulsion is a constructive food that pro- Â¬ motes the making of healthy tissue and bone It is a wonder- Â¬ ful remedy for Emaciation Ceneral Stndfor Pamphlet on Scott BEST IN QUALI1 NORTH Lv Louisville P No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Anchorage Pewee Valley Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllie Bagdad vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Remedies WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS Frankfort Spring Station Midway Ar Lexington Varnallton 1130 1020 1045 1055 1111 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 615 542 550 636 448 410 433 6 05 1006 826 855 020 929 946 8 06 620 654 705 783 758 4M 438 450 468 6 08 5 09 86 401 635 608 621 640 4 Throat and Lung Complaints Coughs Colds Anaemia Scrofula and Wasting Diseases of Childron Debility ScoWt EmuUton BowneNY All Drugslttt 50cindl Frti EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOXill 11 V ALt HKUGQISTS Prepared by iitciunDsnsi bkduixk co bt iocis I No 24 will stop at Anchorage and for OliristinuaburR passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 conneot nt Lagrange for Cincinnati Nob 19 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Blooinfleld Branch I r I -- VYrnwft- - f W M3a3 ffSsR3SiSto SEWflK UUitikaBwiNtMMKaflwt it