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I eKGHfiMKSffii The VOL XVIII AX Erinkfort A ROUNDABOUT hTl GEO A LEWIS Publisher WBKKLY PAPER DI3VOTKD TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO FRANKFORT KY Acer- - SATURDAY MARCH li 1815 30 Â¬ m uxfohttxatk a Lr Uy Which CJeoijro LotchtM Lost re S and Came Near Losing ills TjIIc s George Letcher a colored man employed in the mill of Judge W L Pence on the West Side was at work in the mill Tuesdty morn ing when the log carriage in being run back struck a draw pin in a log which was lying on the log rest ready to be rolled upon the carriage driving it in Letchers direction and catching his left leg betweeji it and a heavy timber a1- the back of the mill crushing it terribly The log carriage was immediately reversed and when it moved in the opposite direction Letchers leg was released from between the log and timber and he fell backward out of the mill to the ground below a distance of about 35 feet his scalp bein badly torn It was at first supposed that his skull was fractured by the fall but an examination proved that such was not the case Medical assistance was at once summoned and Letchers leg was amputated below the knee and his scalp dressed after which he was removed to his home on Wash ington street Letcher has been a hardworking economical man and has accu- Â¬ mulated some property owning his own home and several tenements which he rents and had been in the employ of Judge Pence for a number of year - Â¬ has not been in the city two years The question of lecting successors to Councilmen Haly Heff ner Fortune and Utterback was discussed and the Mayor stated that their successor- - could be elected now or they could hold on till November as de facto council- men without invalidating anv act A quorum of jof the council regularly elected Councilmen were not present so a vote on the matter was postponed till the next meet- I inj A Great Ollor We will send the Roundabout one year and The Louisville Even ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for S3 00 per year is the time to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ YARNS WeDont Tell Them bt7t WE DO SELL THEM And all kinds of yarns will be sold Â¬ B t i A Large Decrease In Output Inspector of Mines C J Nor woods annual report shows the following The output of comÂ¬ ii m fi I rl I Wr f IL il i M I I 1i 1 s PS tl I 1 iwiHyi 9 U IWH 1 k AH T H Ji- - HH lM H IBlTflBBBBBBBBl THIS WEEK At greatly reduced Zephrys all prices colors at 4 cents an ouuee mines in this State for 1894 amounted to 2955670 tons which compared with the production for 1893 shows a reduction ot 349780 tons The total value at the mines of the bituminous tonnage sold was 235452677 making the average value per ton 8408 cents The average number of persons employed at the mines was 8032 While other causes co operated to reduce production the decrease Mr Norwood says was principally due to the strike Â¬ mercial coal from the Father Gorey is a bright intelli- gent young man who will eventu- ally make his mark in the ministry should his health permit and it is deeply regretted by his many friends here that he has been compelled to give up his work The congregation are very desirous of having their od and greatly beloved Rev pastor Father Lambert Young who is at present at the home of his childh00d in Holland returned to them and we undei stand a committee of the church will wait upon Rt Rev Camelius Paul Maes Bishop of the Diocese and ic quest him to send Father Young back to them Â¬ Â¬ - To Suppress Gossip An exchange tells of a that was of few days and irouoie rony jaaies up nois organized themselves society full of in 1111 into a Â¬ fit 15 I iV society for the suppression of gossip The penalty of gossipping by a member was expulsion from The organization the society lasted less than a month all the The Modern Way members having been expelled except one and she was deaf and Commends itelf to the dumb to do pleaantly and effect ually what was lormerly done in On Account of 111 Hculth the crudest m inner and disagree To cleanse the sys- Rev Father W E Gorey who ably as well has had pastoral care cf the tern and break up colds head Church of the Good Shepherd in aches and fevers without unpleas this city for several years Ins ant after effects use the delightful resigned his charge owing to con- - lutl laxative remedy Syrup of s tinued ill health For the past -twp years he has been able to Pimple blackheads freckles The perform but little pastoral work tan and sunburn removed ou n fKm rta an ne aK and has spent much of the time at face and hands beautified by John different health resorts being at sons Oriental Soao Medicinal present at Asheville North Caro- - and toilet two large cakes 2t Una cents J W Gyle Sole Agent well-informed Â¬ bound passenger train was nearly due at that point he immediately ran tn the bridge which was about a quarter of a mile distant but the tire nude such progress as to prevent his crossing it so without hesitating he jumped into the creek below the bridge swam across and climbed the iteep cliff on the west bank arriving at a point on this side of the creek where he could flig the train just in tn e to saw it from running on Had he not stopped the bridge it just where he did the lives of nmny per ns might have been lot as ths train would in all prob The ability have been wrecked flames were extinguished ami the trestle repaired by the train crew so that the train vvent on to Paris with but little delaw Â¬ Gerinantown Yarns best imported at 12 cents a skein Saxony Yarn best imported 7 cents a skein feaxony Yarn HK SAVED THE TliAIX It is supposed that sparks domestic quality at dropped by the mixed train 4i cents a skein Prompt Action of Mr W M which passed up the road at 2 Ao1 Proveut8 tt Milaml best oclock set fire to the trestle Mr Knitting Yarn Train Goinjr Into Allen deserves and is receiving quality at 3 1 2 cents Elkhorn great praise for his prompt and Now you a skein Mr W M Alen agent of the heroic action Kentucky Midland Railway at the knitting people that Council Proceedings Forks of FJkhorn was informed like to knit come and Saturday afternoon by a little girl At the meeting of the City The that the trestle at the east end of Council Tuesday night the ordi help me out of the bridge which crosses Elk nance providing for a compromise reUSOU for these low horn creek just back of Capt with the Street Railway Co conJacob Swigerts farm was on fire cerningthe 2 per cent on itspnceS are that I don t Knowing that the 4 oclock east gross earnings and the renewal of want to CaiTV any j its bond was defeated Ordinance increasing the compensation of city tax collector was given its final passage Ordinance providing for addi- tional electric lights fir the whole city was given its second and final passage The question of three additional fire alarm boxes was referred to Fire Committee and the Street Committee was instructed to look after the building of a retaining wall on Second street next to Fincel block The Mayor presented the resig nation of Councilman Pruett and it was accepted but no action was uie eiecnou 01r lateen 100K111T 10 i It was stated how- Â¬ his successor ever that no one from Bellepoint could be eligible as that village Â¬ Â¬ t fJARTSTEIfy No 214 St Clair St next door t R K McClure NOAHS M coin SALOON 200 in 305 THE UEST mm Soup from 10 to 12 lunch uonio one goods in pints and Next door to R B also nice counter come nu iiottie quarts a specialty Jillson RMIL HALDI Broadway im Frankfort Ky Mnr9 jkM -- WWW v S Ttj- - j k A- aflP w y55V tfdh f gmmfo rcnnnnrt IJUliUlfc nn ISU ni n ia uu wi vu uy r nn nn CIS nci oe jnsocnjrscseaL uoiit HH - m - Mi - nrf nt If you have worn that old suit so long that pou are ashamed to weir it longer come to us and we will sell you a new one for a small amount of money Tnereare a great many men and boys in your fix and we great sell them all a new suit We have some real good nn uu njt uu nn jVH 2 have made preparations to rci uai nw ear uui nn uu net rn tiu nn uu BE1 UtJ an nn uu nn uu 13 on DU BEX KB El cu MENS SUITS AS LOW AS 500 STOCK IfcTO X7 HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELL And a great many of them at all prices up to UUi BEU am ua BW na uu UU UU UU 2000 BIT WJW BZIf nn uu WW uu Bm uor B UU Bat uu Bar uu CJ BET Bn- 1 PERSONAL Todd of Louisville pent Tuesday in this city Mr Tom L Walker of Lexington was in the city on Tuesday last Rev Father James Gorey of Cov ington was in the city Tuesday Hon W L Rinjro of Ashland was in the city Wednesday on business Mis P L CrafTt of Louisville is visiting Mrs T M Ponder in this Mr Geo D Â¬ ctv- Mrs Anna Moyers returned Tues- day from a visit to relatives in Lex- - I j ington Mr Percy Headley of Louisville spent Sunday with nis parents in this city fr Mrs P H Newman and son Patrick Henry went to Louisville on Monday last Mrs S M Swigert of Lexington visited relatives in this city the first of the weefc Mrs L F Woods who has been quite ill at her home on High street is improving Mr T L Edelen left Tuesday for a business trip to Henderson and Hopkinsville Capt W F Dandridge left Monday for a business trip to Harrisburg Pennsylvania U S Internal Revenue Agent Clarence L Fleming of Midway was in the city Monday Mr R W McRery and wife re turned Monday from a visit to rela- Â¬ tives in Dayton Ohio Mr Frank G Montgomery of Cov- Â¬ ington has been visiting his mother in this city this week Dr James Rodman of Hopkins ville is visiting his brother Col Thos Rodman in this city Mm L B Longmoor and son Mr Wood Longmoor firom a visit to Miss Janie Dehoney is visiting Miss Jennie Quin in Georgetown Prof J R Baumes went to Cincin- Â¬ nati Thursday afternoon on business Mrs W Anderson Gaines returned Monday from a visit to her mother in Warsaw Mrs Frank W Keyes of Ashland is visiting her sister Mrs 0 B Chlnn corner Campbell and Shelby streets Mr Geo Ireland and wife nee Miss Jilison have returned from their bridal trip and are with Mrs R B Jilison on High street Miss Delia Buckley of Bagdad was the guest of Miss Lizzie Reynolds corner of Third and Main streets several days this week Mrs T H Bradley of Georgetown who has been visiting her mother Mrs L F Woods on High street returned home yesterday Mrs John E Miles returned home Monday from Florida where she has been sojourning for the past two months for the benefit of her health Miss Mary Brent returned to her home in Paris Tuesday after a two weeks visit to Miss Lutie Ware on the corner of Ann and Clinton streets Mrs Victor Newcomb and daugh ter Mrs Ward who have been visit Â¬ Â¬ Bought a Suburban Home Mr Will Neal Foreman in Mr Advertised Kentucky letters tit Frankfort Seed Potatoes 1 Seed Potatoes V John T Buckleys establishment has purchased from Mr L B Marshall the Smith or Peden place with several other lots attached at Thorn Hill and will reHis move there next week father in law Mr S A Herbert will have charge of the place and run a market garden and Mr Ntal will still retain his position Â¬ Â¬ with Mr Buckley Go to Halys Notion Store for Brainard and Armstrong wash silks 30 it The purest liquors can be found at Jake Ahlers 209 St Clair street Dailys old stand 30 it -- s 20000 More Dr H D Rodman General Agent of the Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company came up from Louisville Thursday and paid to the heirs of the late Col ing friends here returned to their R P Pepper twenty thousand home in New York on Saturday even- dollars being the amount of a ing irihk that company held upon Col AT W T Wollio f TovliKvtnn Â¬ Persons calling for letters in the following list will please say that they were advertised otherwise they may not receive them Free delivery of letters by carriers at the residence of owners may be secured by the observance of the following rules First Direct letters plainly to the street and number of house Second Head letters with the writers full address including street and number and request answers to be addressed accordingly Third Letters to strangers or tran sient visitors in the town or city whose especial address may be un- Â¬ known should be marked in the left hand corner by the word Tran sient Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and directions for postmark Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Â¬ I will receive in the next few days five car ads about 3000 of northern potatoes dibushels rect from New York and Michigan These potatoes will not be bought in a small way from Cincinnati or Louisville but will come through in the same cars they are loaded in so you can depend on getting pure northern stock and not Ohio river stock as is very often sold for northern stock I will be head- Â¬ for seed potatoes this quarters season and want your trade and tr get your trade will make you low Call and see me and get prices your seed potatoes at retail and C 5 Bell jr Annv wholesale street next to Lucketts stable Â¬ v I f is 26 tf Low Rates On clover oats and timothy seed wall paper harness Avery plows electric door bells and fertilizers at M A Collins Main street Telephone No 56 It you March 30 1895 who was Assistant Superintendent cf Construction of the new St Clair street bridge under Prof J P Nelson has been in the city several days this week on business Deputy Sheriff Shuff of Scott coun ty spent several hour in the city yes terday on his way to the Lakeland Asylum having in charge a negro woman who had become insane on Â¬ Â¬ life Dr Rodman rep one of the safest and best resents Jjfe insurance companies doing business in the State Peppers Cajcara Raffaele Foreign Davis Miss Lizzie Davis Sam Ellis Miss Louisa FelJs Mr W B Goins M C Gaines Ward Hartney Mr G Aryt C M Atnins Frank Berker B Long James A Lacy Mr R H Murray Frank McKee Ellen Miles Mr Johnny Meldain James Marshall Sallie RobinsonJJohn M R dont try Laundry dont the want good work Capital Steam 24 tf Jackson Mrs Ann Kelly Mr George AirK lura marwiu W Warm lunch from 10 until 1 oclnck every day at Jake Ahlers 30 it 209 St Clair street Logan Amery Lay Green When calling please say advertised S B Alide Smith Wm M Thomas Mr Wm Valkenbure W E Vave waue rvoyai Warren Mrs White Thomas for these letters Scantland Miss Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Tour liife Away The truthful startling title of a book about the only harmless cuakanteed tobacco-habit cure If you want to quit and cant Bruce up nlcotmizd nerves use eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gain strength weight and vigor Positive cure or money refunded Book at druggists or mailed free Address The Sterling Kemedy Co Chicago 45 Randolphs Oct C ly St New York lOSpruce St w tf liil n i w rf Holmes P M BIG FOUR ROUTE Best Line totlie North and Eiist 3 leturned Tuesday relatives in Cynthiana Miss Laura Ecton of Winchester has been visiting Miss Maggie Miy Thomasson on Broadwoy this week Judge W H Cleary of Covington and daughter Mrs Shelley Rouse bpentbeveral days in this city last week Mr J S McKendrick and wife of Lawrenceburg are visiting the family of Mr W J Hughes on Murray fetreet Miss Mary Keith Miles came home yesterday afternoon from school at Paris to spend a few days with her parents Messrs Woodson and Henry Woods of St Louis Missouri who have been visiting their mother on High street Mr Zach Church returned Monday from an extended trip to Florida He reports having had a splendid time on his VHit Mr H S Banta of Louisville came up Tuesday to attend the funeral of Lieutenant Hugh Rodman U S N now engaged upon the United States his sister-in-laMrs E L Banta on Coast Survey will sail from San Wednesday that he would like to be sheriff of 111 Republican thi county next term and solicitFor HtMit ing their support for the position If elected he will make a polite A house with seven rooms large and accommodating officer and will stable and buggy houseon Murray Campbell and endeavor to fill the position to the street between Anplv to Cross best of his ability W J Hughes 29 tf and physicians will be Lawyers Call for the Horse Brand John interested in the line of engraved samples of note paper and en sons Magnetic Oil it has no equal for all external purposes for man Mrs Hugh Rodman sailed on velopes which Messrs Flexner the Stationers and En or beast Cures sprains bruises Thursday of last week March 21st Bros and neural from San Francisco for New York gravers of Louisville will show at swellings rheumatism gia Large bottles 25 and 50 Gayles via Panama and expects to arrive LeCompte A die J W Gayle Sole Agent here about the 20th of April She makes the most attractive kind of cents will visit a number of Mexican and stationery for professional men Fresh Blue Lick on draught at Central American ports en route See display next Monday and Jake Ahlers 209 St Clair street TiKsday Â¬ Â¬ the subject of religion Mrs John H Stewart entertained the Ladies Afternoon Cinch Club Tuesday afternoon at her home on Main street Mrs T H Paynter Mrs Geo L Willis and Mrs W F Grayot won the prizes Mr C C Sroufe of Californin has been visiting friends in the city this week Mr Sroufe will be remembered as one of the engineers who superin- Â¬ tended tlje construction of the Ken tucky Midland Railway Mr D M Woodson returned Mon day evening from a sojourn of several weeks in the mountains where he has been surveying large tracts of land located in Harlan Clay Leslie and Bell counties the titles to which are now in litigation All lines from the South make A process has been inveived to Store 30 it in Central direct connections distill brandv out of wet elmwood Cincinnati with Union Station sawdust and Brice Davis on the Wants to bo Slier itl Howard Courant wants to know through trainsof the Big Four Mr Colby H Taylor of the what sort of a chance the Kansas to Chicago St Louis IndianapoCleveland New Forks of Flkhorn precinct is prohibition law has when a man lis Columbus For full infor- Â¬ York and Boston quietly announcing to his friends can go out with a ripsaw and get mation call on nearest agent or Moline drunk on a fence rail Â¬ Just received a beautiful line of Raster goods at Haly s Notion Kim Hranriy address B ft O McCokmick D Pass raffle Mgr Maktin Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O m w Wet Nukse Wantkp Â¬ wages will be paid for a Will not have Color no objection to stay with child all the time Apply to Dr E M Gober Liberal wet nurse M km fi Â¬ Â¬ Meeting holdersof of Stockholders I w w I 29- - it Damage tilight Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Hihe5t Award OF THE STOCK the Farmers Bank of Kentucky will he held at their banking house in the city ot Frankfort on MOtiday the Ctli day of May 1P9G at 1030 a in for the punrastt of electing directory for the principal bank and branches to serve for the year as required by the charter CHANT GHKEN of the bank FHANKFOitr Kv March 3 WJ5 Cashier ANNUAL 1IEBTINU SO - td Senator William Lindsay has gone to New York and will deliver an address before the New York Club this evening Rev S J Thompson and wife of Bardstown Junction have been visit ing Judge B L D Gufley and wife in this city this week Mrs Theobald and son Mr Tarlton Theobald returned from Lexington on Sundav evening where they went to see Miss Sallie Theobald in the Derby Mascott Â¬ Francisco on the Coast Survey Steamer Patterson from Alaska April 1st He will be accompanied by his nephew Mr Hugh Rodman of this city At the weekly meeting of the Capi Â¬ tal Hotel Euchre Club Wednesday evening the prizes were won as fol lows Ladies 1st Miss Adeline S Meek id Mrs Thos H Paynter Consolation Mrs W F Dandridge The best work in town is done Gentlemen 1st Mr R W McRery 2d Mr Ed WeitzeJ Consolation Mr at the Capital Steam Laundry yesterday morning was occasioned by a slight blaze in the roof of the residence of Peter Night on Broadway Only a next to the Bath House few shingles were burned off a chimney around The alarm of fire Piles Piles Piles Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itehing at once acts as a poultice gives instant relief Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment is prepared only for Piles John T Sheet Henhi Wiijson vh Fkankmn Ciiicuir Coimr Plaintiff c Defendant V Adams y MS J tfap - f WILLIAMS MPG CO Props Oleve Boird land O Sold by Holmes 25 and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by mail for 50c and if 100 per box AGAINST ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS steamboat llrm of Sheets 4 Wilson or the W L Norton are hereby untitled to preseut their claims to me proven as required by I w on or before April 8th 1KM W H POSKV Mar UOXtt Commissioner V o C I B BROWNS ly digestion cures Dyspepsia IRON BITTERS Debility n jA www i i axis ftm i t n i ln V SPECTACLES P P If your eyes need medical treatment we wont sell you Specta- Â¬ E C C L E A cles simply to make a sale K O tion of your eyes suit the vision T GRADUATE OPTICIAN Will lcok closely to the details E ZEHAGEN C and make a thorough examina Â¬ There will be no charge for telling you what Lenses ground to and T L your eye trouble is and for giving advice and framrs STILL HARPING ON SILVERWARE white And we are producing harmony by low prices and high quality The market rate of the of our us to give you good value and beautiful workmanship The brilliancy metal enables a tempter solid silver articles covers no flaws Everyone is perfect andof time will to the pocketbook Â¬ not affect the wear Heavily plated Porks Knives etc at light figures The flight qualities of our Silverware or mar the beauty Your table is enhanced by an exquisitely ing Phased Tea Set and dessert seemB of finer flavor when eaten with Spoons of dainty pattern accurately made to fit the face guarantee accuracy and fine work us from March ntli to April 5th E O Zehagen will be with A C M E A SELBERT the leading jeweir 233 ST CLAIR ST DEATHS OF THE WEEK Mrs Nannie Bantawife of Mr E L Banta died Monday afternoon at 330 oclock from the effects of a surgical operation per formed last week She leaves one child about eighteen months old to the care of her husband who is at her untimely heart broken death The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon from the iBaptist Church of which she was a member Boucher Mr Charles Boucher clied at his home on Short street Monday night aged 90 years The deceased was an Englishman hy birth and came to this city be- Â¬ fore the war to work in the cotton factory When the war broke out lie volunteered in the 22d Ken- Â¬ tucky Infantry and served three years making a good soldier Choate Mr Harry G Choate 3ied at his home in Shelbyville Monday after a brief illness The deceased was a brother of Messrs Lou G and Robert Choate of this city who attended his funeral on Wednesday Mrs Last week Glamton Claudia Glartton wife of Mr W A Glanton died at Eddyville and the remains were brought here On Sunday the for interment infant she left only a few weeks old died and was laid by her side Monday afternoon Mrs Levi Harrod Harrod at the lied Tuesday morning home of her husband in the Flat Creek precinct this county Her funeral took place Wednesday OBrien Mrs Bridget OBrien died at her home near Jetts this ounty on Monday and the re- Â¬ mains were taken to Louisville Banta rain gauge and will hereafter re- Â¬ port regularly to the Signal Ser vice Bureau the temperature and amount of precipitation in this locality in addition to keeping the people posted as to the weather by means of the signal service flags Now if he only had a gauge for measuring the force and velocity of the wind and a barometer he would be a fully equipped signal service officer THE NEW P F V LIMITED SPECTACLES L 8 MARSHALL A SBLBBRT E k CO Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach Â¬ Real Estate Agents FOR SALE u u- - m V Wednesday for interment Thomas The infant child of and Mrs Sallie Robin Mr son Thomas of Shelby county died Saturday at the residence of on Third Miss Ruth Robinson funeral took place street and the Sunday the remains being laid to rest in the cemetery with Smoking ComOFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Dining Car Pullman Cars of the latest and Sleeping most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Started Up Again tion Car Built by the Pullman Company from Chesapeake and FOR SALE The electric street car line comOhio plans the F F V ObserÂ¬ menced operations again last Sat- vation Cars serve their purpose 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH OFFER FOR SALE THE In tiie A FARM Of limit ot cultivation A largo bal urday evening and the company better than any others that have of this landcity now underFrankfort and the part WE property on St Clilr street now BCINESS occupied Is ance Is good grazing land In this tract there la by Flncel Bros This Is one of the best business now have their cars running regu- Â¬ ever been constructed locations in the city the lot Is more than 25 feet also a quantity of line tobacco land front by 95 feet deep and besides the larse larly Quite a large number of As the F F V Limited is the storeroom has a co i fortable dw lllng of six rooms In the second This is persons were brought out by the only train having an Observation FOR RENTdeie8 on Clinton street valuable property andand third stories class in will irake a tlrst fol- Â¬ Car attached it necessarily vestment pretty weather Sunday and made lows that the Chesapeake and you a frame cotiirrirk willotbuyrooms on Second streeta run over the line and the cars have Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- South Side tage 3 fuvw Blacksmith been fairly well patronized since esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ Let us hope the cars will be kept servation Car The F F V Limited FARM FOR SALE BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE Forks or Elkhoru Including a frame resi going continuously from this on is the orily train running through dence of four rooms with necessary bullotngs from Cincinnati to New York that FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres of land Is and that the line will prove a pay- Â¬ enables the business men to trans- WE OFFER situated on the Georgetown turn- and ten the only shop nowoffered at a bargain ucres In operat This Is that pike 8 miles trom Frankfort This is very pro- place and will commat d a gocd trade if on atby an run ing institution is well Improved abundantly business in Cincinnati one day ductive landwater and Is especially adaptedsup Â¬ experienced workman Jf act plied with to The neighborhood Is and New York the next It is stock raisins schools convenient andexcellent ull sur Dolsurte EiitertalintuMit the only train for Jersey City Coast churches and roundings attractive BARGUN IS OFFERED IN THE The entertainment to be given resorts Vwhich arc reached by the F F Mult property at dinner time instead of This 260 ACRE FARM propert IsHouse equipped on Mero streetor would well for malting by Miss Glascock the Delsartean in the evening It is the only a Hue warehouse or inauufi Hiring estab make lishment Artist at the Opera House on train that enables business men to FINE LNl WITH GOOD IMPROVE Is meuts situated near Forks of Wednesday evening Apiil 3d transact business in Cincinnati one offered for sale This tarm is well Elkhoru to adapted R TP lTrP sTOhEROOM ON SEC line tobacco as E VXV XVCjIN X ond Mreet South Side promises to be an enjoyable affair day and reach Washington for stock ralsliu or wilt rabethis climate as wellsell Will all uthercrops Milted tor She will be assisted by Misses Ely breakfast the next morning It is on easy payments the most desirable train for New Thomason Gaines Meek Gil England resorts connections being lum Halloran Buckley Johnson made in the Union Depot in Ut E U FFF It FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES with the Colonial IjiRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT horn of tine tobacco laud near Forks ot Elk and Dudley Some special fea- Washington 25 acres sod broken th s ear leaving the will sold terms call ut ir reuuii lug l a tures will consists of violin solo Express running through to Boston and Thorn Hill This propertyonly be smallcheap our ofllee or i on res uC g Church Furagent on the on very easy payments a H which reaches New Haven 410 p payment being required with the balance cash premises paid by Miss Newbrandt living pic- Â¬ New London 530 p m weekly m c tures family albums Providence 715 p m and Boston fnCi WILL lJUY A FRAME street epjyjj 5 rooms on East M In COTTAGE OF The F F V is the 830 p m Chopped With an Axe BUY only modern train lighted throughfil Kflfi WILL roomsA BRICK RESIDENCE q on Holmes street of 7 TAYLOR AND THE out with Electricity carrying a BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms with lot 07 by RO feet sale on Mr S E Durilap a carpenter on a good twent These Dining Car and an Observation adjoin lots areDranes property foot street and Judge who works at Wakefield Choates Car 1 T V WE OFFER FOR SALE oAiJTj aa bargain frame cottage double on East Main street at mill but lives on the Lawrence The Washington and Atlantic burg pike just beyond the Cedar Express also an Electric Lighted Run distillery and a blacksmith Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ FOR SALE 210 Lo nati at 700 p m reaching Wash A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY goodÂ¬ by the name of Jack Bishop who Frauktort on a cated 8 miles p m and Old Point turnpike road upon which there Is a brick real- lives and lias a shop a little fur- ington 240 COTTAGES rooms and ROOMS room Connection deuce of 5necessarya tenement of fourThis land Is alWO FRAMETaylor avenue OF FOUR Is good Comfort 600 p m on Improvements This nropertyand will the ther up the road had a difficulty is made at Washington with the another state of cultivation In Improvements tli right party be sold on easy payments to In a high If you are Interested come are In Due condition and order to make a quick Thursday which resulted in Dun Boston Express or the Limited quick sale will be offered at a bargain lap attacking Bishop with an axe reaching New York rbout 900 At Norfolk connection is and inflicting ugly wounds on his p m made with the Old Dominion arm and in his face Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day Matrimonial partment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hl 1 Â¬ Property Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 Â¬ i pnP Tobacco Laud Â¬ Â¬ lyJJJ I FOR SALE L 1ll Â¬ Â¬ B MARSHALL CO 4 m Vest Terminal Facili have been issued this week by Has the ties at Chicago All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ Ahler In this city on Satur County Clerk hmith March 26 James Jordan and nois Central tracks along six miles of day March 23 1895 to Mr the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the city and Ahler and wife a daughter Sarah Johnson Jacob passengers in the magnificent March 27 Ed Brown and land Central Station on Twelfth street Cady In Washington City to New Alice B Blackburn colored and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ Mr William Cady and wife for- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ merly of this city a daughter An Eager unci a Nipping Wind in two blocks of the State and Trumho At Jetts this county A continuous down pour or rain Inclement Wabash Street Cable Lines and the Railway Con on Saturday March 23d 1895 to weather generally In winter and spring are South Side Elevated made at Hyde venient stops are also unfavorable to ull classes of Invalids But Mr L A Trumbo and wife a warmth and actlvl y Infused Into the circulation Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations counteracts these Inltueiiceti and Interpose u son L A Jr Magnificent Vestibuled Trains against them defense Hustetters Stomach Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Cars Bitters most thorough and effective of stomachics Private Compartment Buffet SleepWill Report tlio Weuthor and tonics not only enriches the blood but ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No uccelerutes Its drculiitlon For a chill or pre across Cincinnati to make or rheumatism and kidney transfer monitory Deputy Collector B T Farmer complaint symptomstrly prevalent tit these eusons connections purtlcul Your ticket should read via the Big it Is best possible remedy It also Invalu has been supplied with thermom able the dyspepsia liver complaintIs constipation tor Four Route to enjoy these privileges nervousness Never winter cters for measuring the maximum andsprliiK Journey without set out on a persons E OMcOormiok Pass Traffic Mgr or Klderly It Tkt Agt and tlio delicate tint convalescent are greatly D B Martin GenH Pasn and minimum temperature and a aided by It Big Four Route Oineinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Births The following marriage licenses THE BIGFOUIt ROUTE F 17 m - 109 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN ft meant that tha Queen ami Creieent Rout Ij IT milea ihorteit between Cincinnati ami Lexington VJ mllfi ahorteit Cincinnati to lllr mingham MnlIeJ hurteet Cincinnati to New OrlcanM liwuiileaihorteak Cincinnati to ChatMuuuga Atlanta or Jackaonvitlt FlerMa r SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between alt of the ahnvs jiolntn Through Car to Ylcksburg met Mirere Only line running through curt Cincinnati to knoxvllle ani port Aehefllle N C Direct lino to Texuiaml llexiio 1 New Orleani or Shreveport Alk arenta about tnura to California Kmni Loulnllle li Rhelhyyilla ami LuMreiuenurg direct connection U made at Ltxlugtoai With vttitukd train to all vinti Sivutn W C RINEAKSOV Genl Iaitr Agent Cincinnati O Â¬ f X T - k ifc QUEEN AND CRESCENT i -- ROUTE m Wi M i W ta s WffiT When Starting Out For a Walk Try mid mnke it n point to call nnd see the best line of WASH GOODS ever put on snlb in Frnnkfort Beautiful GiiiKham at 81 10 nnd 12jc All colors in the newest of Wash Fabric Conrt Royal P K at liie French Americnn Percales 10 and IS jC The prettiest of all Cali Dimaty 30 dif ferent styles at Ific Check Muslin fi 83 10 and 12c Best Cottons 5 6 and Â¬ DRYGOODS AND NOTION LINE Our 46 inch Imported Ser c in Hhck andcolors at 50c would be cheap at 75c now 75c ltest quality 46 inch sik finished Mack Henrietta which always sold at buy 40 inch Novelty Dress Goods worth 65c and 75c For 50c you can 1 f The Hosiery Question Is ery important to yon When you buy HOSIERY ko where they offer the best We hnve values for the least money grent bargains to offer this spring Onr Fast Black Senmless Hose in Ladies and Childrens nt lUfc per pair can not be beat We have for 15c Hosiery that always sold Our stock 36 inch all wool Mixed Suitings fit 25c Beautiful line Silk it 39c and 65c is larger this spring than ever and prices lower WEITZEL flk fe O DONNELL GAINES MASTIN HAVE MOVED TO W 7c IMZAlIfcT STREET best Hose ever offered 50c Lisle Thread Hose at 35c Our Hose are all guaranteed Fast Black or money refunded anil LADIE8 RIBBED VESTS 10 12 15c Extra values lit 25c We can sell you for 25c the A H COS CJ fc - Our stock of imple ments is the best on and everything need- Â¬ ed on the farm is large fV- - the market Our line of vehicles is the est fin- - and our prices are the lowest Give us a - Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MAIN STREET FfiANKFORT ROUNDABOUT driver to give it to her stepped upon the step of the wagon when at tbe post offlce at FrankfortKentucky the horse started throwing her to stored as second class mailable matter The hind wheel of the ground OEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub the wagon pasced over her head bruising it badly and nearly t ar FRANKFORT MARCH 30 1895 Dr O H ing her left ear off Reynolds was immediately sum Pay Up Please moned and dressed her injuries Many of our out of town sub and she is getting along nicely scribers who receive their paper Excused for Cause by mail are in arrears for one or two years subscription and a re- Â¬ Kenedictus Bamberg a well mittance is earnestly requested as known wholesale milliner of New money is badly need at this office York was excused from a jury just now Dont wait for a bill to recently He said to the judge I on a box of be sent you but send the money Your honor sat matches the other day and the right along without waiting to be matches took fire It is absolute- Â¬ reminded by a dun ly impossible for me to sit o the Â¬ Musical Rehoarsul The Musical Department of the State Normal School will give their first pnblic rehearsal at the Opera House on Fiiday evening April 5th at 8 oclock under the direcion of Prof J W Winston Quite an interesting programme consisting of twelve numbers will be presented The price of admission has been fixed at 25 cents Every linker In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour HAVE YOU TRIED afaTaTeTJBBIHHksV BBMSnjP mnSBBBBk j THE J E THE BEST IN 1 FLOUR THE WORLD Head Cut JAM Artie better than any vinced Flour imported to this city Try it and be con- Â¬ Why Not jury or anywhere else how tired I rent city Is there any more necessity also that one should be paid by the tax payers than the other The jk city has a building in whch the IaBt Mayor and other city officers found desk room but things have changed and everything goes nowaday That the biggest grab ever perpetrated on a taxed public was Kicked In the Fuco made at Tuesdays meeting of the Mr Thomas Moore son of city council when 8 per month was ordered paid to the City Squire Dan Moore of the Benson Physician for office rent Surely neighborhood while at work plow the Mayor wont sign this ing on Monday was kicked in the Argus face by a horse he was working How can the Mayor consistently and an ugly gash was cut over his refuse to sign the ordinance Is right eye which the attendant not the paying his office Â¬ am Mr Will Woods of the Rounda Â¬ bout office was chopping on a log in the yard of his mothers residence at noon Tuesday when the axe he was using caught on a clothes line and came down on no matter his head cutting an ugly gash in the scalp Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medmland Diploma Patronize Home Industry Crique Germ Proof Filter The Best And Cheapest FilÂ¬ ter In Use i physician was compelled to take several stitches in before it could be closed H It Will Make X th- - Water Olear as Crystal Muddiest Mondays Courts Â¬ Mondav is county court ind horse show day and the probabilities are there will be in un usually large crowd in town The Foil Fiuler tho Wheel April term of the Frinkhn Cii Miss Lizzie Lizott who lives cuit Court aUo opens on the same at Mr Henry Ahlers at the day which will serve to augment corner of Todd and Murray the gathering streets went out to the delivery Ramblers 100 Crescents S40 wait on of Messrs Sower Ahlrr to 70 all fitted with Rambler Tuesday morning to get some tires The ber sbread and while waiting for the KJ Rohkkts Algent Th ShI m MlkDkACTIIKFlHC tL AMMIUN TUUCO CMHtt MWTOKH UJA iuwiMiiiKcvsiuuitiiaaiisiiiiJMtitn Kfm WM ff refer by special permission to the Executive Offices State National Bank Gustav Lafontane SUCHJSOR yyjr Â¬ and J Luscher ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE ON SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hu tteft tht Test of Tine MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED M6 1M l Co w TubeiPaateur Filter for Sale Cheat Telephone AtjStore No 74 At Greenhouse 75 A 3 rfiuP ESole Agent Ann Street POWER A t JWTOPr4 WR OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY FAMILY v -- j i jllmwfo JK i - f l0llS Mil I 4i WEAR OUR i stancld 2 00 Star 250 SHOES LADIES Pearl 300 01 2 SHOES In Congress and Bals all style toes In all styles and you will have no others 4 SHOES STATIONERY HATS FRANKFORT ROIINDAOOUT something which should have betn MARCH 30 189r ivnea gier U s delivered here at the office FRANKFORT But they have sent it here was the breathless response Oh A TANGLE OF TAGS well let it remain until morning we said and Ill attend to it Or How a Hull Was Received Well I guess I will have to as the When Books Were Ex Â¬ boy has gone was the mournful pected reply and the conversation closed We sat down to our paper Down at Corinth Grant county lives a lawyer who is a subscriber again but the contents of that to the Kentucky Law Reporter cask and who sent it was a bother a legal magazine which is issued We had no order out for anything semi monthly from this office of the kind and knew of no one Having the loose numbers of sev who would send us so much liquid Curiosity getting the eral complete volumes which he in bulk he packed better of us we closed up in a few wished to preserve them up took them to the express minutes and went home to see it first thing The office and ordered them shipped about which met our view on ap- Â¬ to the Roundabout man to be At the same time a proaching the house was a large bound pail of water sitting in the front farmer living in the vicinity con- Â¬ yard and what it was there for cluded to send some live stock to we could not understand When the Cincinnati market and took we entered the house we were the same to the express office for Did saluted with the question shipment The lawyer and farmer having done this much the ex- you see your pet No we replied what is it press people were expected to do Jersey calf Who sent it voice supposed she was ill and A the rest and they did to you went to see what was the trouble Friday night about 9 oclock a A what but still we slept on through it all short piece of rope with a negro A live Jersey calf Its out in and are told that we even snored boy struggling at one end of it When daylight came ve were the yard didnt you see it and a young Jersey calf at the stirred out early went down to Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime Holy Moses Now if there is other showed up at 421 Second interview the juvenile bovine Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe is The boy rang the bell any one thing we do not need it and found him a real cute little street Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wag- Â¬ a newly orphaned calf especially fellow who could wade through a ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Fertibut how he got himself loose from lizers Steel Rooiing Fishing Tackle Guns Blast to touch one of the male persuasion with grape trellis with the ability of a that calf Ion enough good lungs and a propensity for cat or hop about on a flower bed ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc the button is a mystery yet un with the grace of a wing dancer surpris which brought a lady turning loose his voice with solved and we soon became real chummy CALL ON situation ing persistency but the BO Our efforts to stop his mouth with member of the household to the ISO us as being extremely food however were unavailing as door and the following excited struck funny and we enjoyed it hugely he would have none of it and as conversation ensued MAIN STREET our experience with sucklings was Telephone No 56 Boy Heres a calf I was told The madam did not see where the limited and our life not insured fun came in as she knew that thing to bring over here against mob violence we turned in the would keep everyone A what him over to a farmer mend wno Lady neighborhood awake and it should has promised to bring him up in A Jersey calf Boy go What did you bring be sent away but where to send the way he should Lady It has bee 1 suggested that the it was the question as it was too that thing here for lawyer who sent in his Reporters Well this is the place I late to make any disposition of it to be bound wanted them done tn Boy ON MAIN STEET TO we re- calf and sent the calf along for was told to leave it and you can As it was quiet then ad- Â¬ down the purpose though we are not just come and look at the direc tired hoping it would lie But with and get a good nights rest vain vised upon that point tion and see if I aint right experience so fresh in mind let out this Basement nf the Capital Hntel A hurried examination of the hope In a little while it we want to say right here that we feeler tag attached to the rope halter one little bleat just as a are perfectly willing to continue SrThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in plainly which was answered by a cow in a taking cord wood garden sass hen short time showed the address written neighboring lot and then the fun fruit and such in payment for subThe only life sure and George A Lewis Frankfort Ky reliable Female XXt Feeling fully assured the scripts n to the Roundabout but began ever offered to Xiadie By this time Mrs Roundabout especially recommend we must draw the line at calves and PENNYROYAL who had overheard the conversa- Â¬ calf understood his business ad to married laadiaa other live stockas we are not fixed MEiKHfcs and take no other Aav tnr mor i55rioo tion appeared on the scene and dropped off to sleep and heard for handling them to advantage boxes for 850O nothing of it till morning but we and the neighborhood gets too - Cleveland Ohio let him leave that MOTTH CHEMICAL CO HR Dont said are assured by Mrs Roundabout warn when we have such things JfiTFcr Sals Tssr HCOXjES Sc SAJRD 2DrvLRits thing here Feb JS ly us But it is directed plainly to who stayed awake to enjoy the thrust on George and I dont know what to music and a neighbor who held Awarded Uan all night prayer meeting for our do about it was the reply -Highest Honors World Fair -Then there was a rush for the benefit that that pesky little brute telephone and the crank was never stood still one minute but THE CHANGE OF A LIFETIME so fast that the instrument galloped from the back of the turned FOUR CENTS garden to the front yard fence the less than arrangement a week Thinkofit 71 grew hot with the publishers of By an The Evening Post of Louisville I am enabledÂ¬ The old man sat at his desk in entire night letting out forty to make an unprecedented offer to the news During the paper readers of Kentucky J will scud the reading when aroused bleats to the jump the office LOUISVILLE EVENING POST our JlV mail post- Jk b the jingle of the telephone in still watches of the night Tlll fa a ago prepa ui to any HllirtAH III AVIIlllVKJ UMUit VltU Jul v 4 mother-in-laJn whose hearing is r i v jIKif at in til iU wf iii tCltflriil i Iff It v f nusiHHiiii 1X70 tneieau- his rear and in reply to his drowsy 1 ot AeniltCKy ftn nftirimiili on prima iuv suim fcjiun ui w usnuiBion unti kp r by the il the Associated Press full market reports Aiinn defective was awakened neilO lUC VUIIC ui mm Vrnnkfort correspondence SDCCiul telegraph u mcm from all jfiWX T Not being able to make parts of Kentucky sporting news society racing choicemis- came fast and quick Georye hubbub bout cellany und live political mutter The paper used is clear und 11 -easily thetvpe large amipersons read Agent towanted write for terms ejXS do you know anything about a out what it was and supposing tne take advantage of this Vlf who wish SoriCJiAU money orders payable to in the room STN offer must make cheeks and G calf which has been sent over girl who was sleeping 11 G liOVLIi Koom J s Third tit Ioulsvtllc Ky IX making a noise i In her excitement her was sick and here MOST PERFECT MADE words became so mixed that we her sleep called to her to know A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free --Mrs from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant understood her to say a cask and what was the matter Roundabout hearing her mothers 40 YERS THfi STAND RD replied iNp but I gues So COME NOW m MarsHall 1 AND BUY The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in this City To quit business as we have to surrender our lease on our storet ooms This sale will be continued until all our stock is sold Â¬ SOWER AHLER Â¬ Â¬ FOI REDUCED PRICES On The Following Lines m fj H JAI M A COLLINS JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ si PILLS nB tbox jNfc Afe j DR Tfc fc 7 te 4fc U -- 7 -- 7 - w CREAM 2 K PER YEAR 1 4 - IP- l- - -- 1 11- I vw j BAKING POWER jis A te fi k k k 7fc 7fc 7k 7 fe 4fc --- ft Tliis is wlxat I am -- f r jTPffT d grcingf to Ixare people sa37 UZXZmfZZX rvQl Is the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods sftl Ai JOHN T BUCKLE3Y ST- - I am giving tinware away at present prices To dose out my entire stock of china every piece in my lirge stock will be Graniteware cut 50 per cent marked down to very close margin above My stock of Brooms Mops Dusters Tubs Buckets cost No trouble to show goods Call Ironing Boards Wringers Coffee Mills Churns c is complete and lower than you can buy for elsewhere and get prices m ifr V m Mi CLAIR STREET convenient means of communicat- Â¬ Baptist Church Rev WOTay- Â¬ ing with different parts of the city lor the pastor will conduct public within the reach of many persons worship to morrow morning at 11 who have long needed it and if and 730 p m the company can see its way clear Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 to make a still further reduction a m Will buy a handsome Solid the city will soon be a complete Oak Christian Church Rev W B net work of wires Taylor the pastor pro tern will con- Â¬ duct the services to morrow at 11 The New Agent in Charge and 730 oclock AND Mr J W Graham the newly The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the appointed agent of the Adams Ex- Â¬ lecture room at 645 press Company of this city came Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m up from Louisville Monday and Sunday school meets at 930 took charge of the office relieving Catholic Church Rev Father Mr S T Fortune The company ONeil will conduct the services at proposes to transfer Mr Fortune Will buy a beautiful Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ who has been in charge of the morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass officii for the past ten or twelve 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m years to the accounting depart- Â¬ In Polished Oak and Bevel but Mr ment in Cincinnati Episcopal Church Rev R L Mirror at r feels loth to leave FrankMcCready the rector will occupy his Fortune fort and has not yei made up his I R ROGERS pulpit to morrow at 11 and 430 SON mind what he will do Opposite Courthouse First Presbyterian Church l All the Rage Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will conduct the usual If this thing keeps up all Frank services to morrow at n ana Tzo oclock fort will be on wheels in a short G Young Peoples Society of Christian time Nineteen bicycles were meets at 645 p m in the Endeavor sold in this city last week and the lecture room Old and season is hardly opened Methodist Church Rev F S Pol young alike are catching the fever lett the pastor will conduct the ser- and fully fifty new wheels and vices at 11 and 730 oclock riders will be seen on our streets Sunday school meets at 930 a m in a few days Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor Wanted An energetic young 334 MAIN STREET man who can furnish horse and FRANKFORT K Southern Presbyterian Church harness to engage in a profitable Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will business Experience unieces occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- sary Address box 346 Lexing Â¬ ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as ton Ky 26 iir usual ItEIilGIOUS 12 iMfyei and Hiler Belling at Cost H Bedroom Suit SIDEBOARD Â¬ Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Back Bands Traces 150 Wagon Whips 200 Buggy Whips Halters Buggy Bridles 125 Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws bolts Wall Paper 12 Horse Covers 7000 Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 Bridles 2 Pumps 50xWork Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantlv on hand 1- utSL ue m CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer R K IE m m H MATTERS THE Â¬ Plituujltr McCLURE DEALKRS IN- - SON 1 m Â¬ Sunday School at 930 A Close Call Tor Hit Kyv Little Mnr Farmer one of the twin daughters of Mr Hen T Farmer was playing with a setter dog belonging to her uncle Mr HS OiMIS Both i Si Chas Newton which is made a pet of is in the habit of fo lowing the children of the two families around and had coins down to Mr Farmers when the dog became cross for some reason and snapped at the little one one of its teeth striking her just above the right eye lidand another just below the corner of the eye nar rowly escaping putting the eye out and bruiting her face also Dr U V Williams was called and dieted the injury and it is hoped sweet little Maine will not be a great sufferer from it Â¬ Boots Shoes BEST Hats Caps Books and Condensed News vffi Stories Miscellany Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant weekly Courier Journal and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys i ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENKY WATTERSON Is trie Kditor Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ ENJOYS the method and results when Stationery Black Bl Hursey DEALKRS IN The Phones Increasing Twenty seven new telephones have been put in during the last t E r 5 month with seven more to go in yet Seventy instrument are now connected with the exchange and Manager Sullivan expects to make the number an even hundred be- substitute fore the first of May The reduc- Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO 8AN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE M tion in rates has brought this very Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipatiou only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and acceptable 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 and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PRICE 100 A YEAR The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes sample copies of the liberal term to agenth paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky THE FINE HRRHESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF ROUNDABOUT AND THE Â¬ w Â¬ weekly Gouiier Journai Wlllbehentonejearto any address tor J20T TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND Â¬ Job work neatly exe cuted at this office imrmi nmpmv iipup mw m - mar lMim 232 ZNTIfcT -A-- STEEET p f mr k hm vVfe H5fj ini 11 u iitu W3P hiiih j gaaBrf3fevsLiWE TrTfMJP K9m dPiVJKMMfe jjl Hfr fl Vehicles Harness and Farm Implements Cn COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM f M ffd i jW1 Avery Corn Planters Haworths Corn Planters Corn Drills Hand Planters Disc and Shovel Cultivators Garden Plows Double Shovels A Bugjzies Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bicycles Surries Phaetons Harness Saddles Collars and Pads Bridles Back Bands Dusters Whips etc I if Repairing and Painting Vehicles a Specialty with us Something to interest and save money to every farmer and stock man in the county at our house KY Darsics Kyes r BUGGY 5t HARNESS WORKS Â¬ THE CITY OF NAPLES 4 Ml As Seen Through Rev lioorgr The following letter from Rev George Darsie of this city appeared in this weeks Christian Guide or more attractive I in every piint of view than the Bay of Naples See Naples and then die is not See the right way to put it Bay of Naples with every- Â¬ the thing it includes and then die would be an improvement We sailed in on a smooth sea February Wednesday morning and bade the courteous captain 27 and officers of the Normannia fareBut well with many regrets eleven day at sea are enough for the first time and we are all glad to find the solid land beneath our feet again Nothing strikes the stranger more in his first view of Naples than the bright color of its build- Salmtfn pink is the prevailings ing tint and with it is blended a pale lemon yellow the two com- Â¬ bining to produce an effect on which the eye loves to linger Accustomed to grave and dark hued cities the American notes the change as a very agreeable Â¬ Â¬ ti h fl I vm There is no expanse of water on the earths surface more beautiful t m k m 1 m j I i one Naples itself aside from its National Museum does n t have much by which to attract the visitor There is a magnificent Arcade an interesting Aquarium a stiff and stately royal palace tot which King Humbert seldom comes some old churches and from its terraced hillsides a rav ishing view of the Bay But as a city with the exception noted it is of inferior interest Our party is stopping at the Hotel Royal and a few words about an Italian hotel will be in order first The fact is in all these letters I shall try to bring out the novelties and peculiarities of each locality and situation- assured that what my readers will most enjoy as what I most en joy myself are the things that are new and different from thoe to which we are accustomed The Hotel Royal is a first class Italian hotel There is no better in Naples and but one other as good The first thing you note about it is that it is cold If anybody supposes that Sunny Italy is warm all the year round let him at once abandon the delusion Our party left home in the heaviest sort of winter wraps and no one that I have heard speak of it has Cer yet left off a single stitch tainly I have not Richard Hard ing Davis says that he has never found a land on the borders of the Mediterranean which in any wise reverses the old rule that it is cold in winter and warm in summer and concerning Naples he hits it exactly Kvcry day that we have gone driving or sailing we have needed our warmest clothing And in spite of all precaution several are almost down with colds There are no doubt warm days here during the winter months March will probably take a sudden turn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And some of these times and give us Cavern beware of the dog some hot weather There is never 1 thought how much I should any real cold weather but it gets prefer meeting such a dog a- I of my windy damp and raw and to be rang the the door be comfortable you need fire and friends houses than a sure enough But that is what dog The ancient bronzes here plenty of it get in an Italian hotel are the finest collection in the you dont Among the best is an I do not refer to ones private world room but to the hotel parlors and equestrian statue of the Emperor You can manage to Nero that was taken from the Arch hallways It is of gigantic size find a small porcelain stove in the at Pompuii parlor in which burn a few lumps and brings out the features of that of charcoal and around which cruel and bloody tyrant in great Strange to say the man half a dozen people are crowding clearness but you wouldnt know it was who could fiddle while Rome burnthere if you didnt see the people ed seems to me to have had the and when you approach and lay finest face of all the Roman Emyour hand on itit is only in certain perors another illustration that parts of it that you can feel any there is no art by which to find warmth whatever Then too if the minds construction in the you will search through the halls face A bright New England you can discover another and girl stood by me when we were larger stove where guests by shown the marble bust of old close application extract some Homer and her instant exclamaBut all told one who tion was comfort Why that is Edward has known the bright generous Everett Hale And sure enough fires and warm comfortable rooms having seen him myself many of an American house or hotel times the likeness was very strik- Â¬ cannot help feeling that an Italian ing It seemed to me I never I suppose it hotel in winter is a damp and saw statuarybefore chilly place would indicate very poor judgBut the table saving the break- ment but I had great enjoyment fast is a surprise and delight of the statue of a veiled lady veil The breakfast is ridiculously in- ed from head to foot called Modadequate It consists of bread esty When standing over next butter and coffee and nothing the window you could see her more You can add a boiled egg shining eyes through the veil and if you ke but it is extra and catch the outline of her graceful costs you five cents or twenty five figure within so perfectly that centesimi Luncheon at one you could hardly believe it wis oclock is served in four or five art But I will not detain you courses and chiefly differs from longer in the Museum dinner or tabic d hole aside from Let us stroll along the streets the fact that it is served in a differ and see what we can see You ent room in having two or three are attracted at once by the mot less courses Every dish you get ley turnouts going by There are is delicious The cooking is deli donkey carts three times as big as I have not the little donkeys hauling them cate and wholesome found a single item of the menu And the patient homely beasts that was not toothsome trudge along without sharing your I shall not try to describe the indignation at seeing three or four Museum to which reference was lazy Dagos each bigger than made further than to say that it the donkey riding in the cart is a noble and famous collection of The usual wagon for hauling lias paintings sculptures bronzes three animils hitched to it ahorse coins vases engravings ivories and two mules driven abreast the terra cottas inscriptions Egypt miclde one having a flashy brass ian antiquities and so on A saddle that looks like the over large part of the curiosities from grown crown of a king with PompJi are here They showed which to support the shafts of the us two kinds of iron stocks dis- two wheeled vehicle The mtive covered there one circular and bridle on the horses has no bit the other straight the exact sort its place being supplied by a metal no doubt into which the feet of band around the nose But what Paul and Silas were placed when mean those three cows there on in the prison at Pnilippi they the pavement and a mm milking prayed and sang praises to God one of them and giving the milki I was surprised to know that the in a large glass 10 a taiiy wnu ancient Romans had water con- stands at the adjoining windov veyed to tneir homes in under That is a milk man who in this ground pipes of lead with very way carries his milk around to cus modern looking spigots that they tomers and in constquence does were supplied with door belK not have to bankrupt his reputa that around their charcoal braziers tion by gu iranteeing it both fresh by which they warmed their houses and pure In the same way flocks they kept quantities of hot water of goats also are driven about on tap that their fish hook were from house to house and the milk the same shape as ours and that sold to customers who wait while in brief they had a civilization it is extracted These are only which in the matter of conven some of the queer sights You iences compared well with ours can not stand on the street any A wonderful mosaic from whit is where and not continually see now called the House of Glaucus others quite as strange But in Pompeii the name originating there is one thing which you can from Bulwer Lyttons novel was not escapse go where you will shown us It represents a large And that is the beggars No black dog tugging at his chain to American can stand still one attack the approaching visitor the minute in any part of Italy and mosaic being iihcU as front door not be surrounded by a filthy ornament Underneath the figure crew of alms seekers The very of the dog are the words Cave children on the streets run after 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t 1 your carriage and hold up their hands or hats and beg a gift The variety of those who want to do some little thing for you and claim a contribution in consequence is legion It wrings your pity for the nrst lew days ann tnen you learn to harden vour heart and bluff them off without compunction But you should not forget that the lower classes in Italy are really the poorest people in all Europe But here are our carriages at the door waiting to take us out the seven miles to Pozzuoli We pass many ancient Puteoli interesting things on thevay Not the least is Virgils Tomb Dispute its authenticity if you will and yet as you stand under the stoney canopy and read the which he himself inscription Mautua bore me Calawrote bria took me and now Naples I sang of the Shep holds me herds the Farmers and the you have a realizing Leaders sense of the poet you never had before even in the days that he tortured your boyish ingenuity with his Tityrc tu patula recubans etc As I climed up and down the hill where Virgils dust sleeps I noticed what seemed to be peach trees in bloom but on closer inspection they proved to be almond trees the difference between them being very small the almond blossom having a little less pink and a I also saw peas little more white in full bloom though it was the last day of February Passing through a large tunnel more than half a mile long we What a push on to Pozzuoli Every availland of vineyards able spot was vine covered and it was at the season of trimming We noted that the vines are up held by living poles or slim sap lings kept closely cropped that very little of the vines last year growth is allowed to remain on it and that the vines are tied up with green withes What care I for the pillared ruins of the Egyptian temple of Serapis which the guide now shows us ft was no doubt a queer freak of the sea to rise from its bed and topple it down in the first Have it so Mr Guide century i you will but please point out what is to me the act- - in con nection with this dilapidated old town of Pozuoli and that is where Paul the greit apostle land ed while on his eventful journey It was an easy thing to Rome to do because the port is un And with eager eye I changed gazed up and down the shore wrapped in memories of that great Luke tells and wonderful man us that from this point Paul left the sea and finished his journey by breth land that here he found ren who desired him to tarry DoubMess with them seven days they refreshed his spirit no little and did for him what the brethren from Rome did a little later on when they came out and met him at Appii Forum and caused him f thank God and take courage Yes the region where I now am was glorified by the footsteps ol that splendid man and every day I wonder as I go about if ZrVeyes as he passed through Naples on I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ reached that portion of the earths surface which comes within the sacred purview of Bibical history and that fact nds it an interest to me that exceeds all else But I am only half done with the region of Naples and it will require another letter to tell of the other great things I saw Geohgk Darsie 1 his way to Rome rested on this I have or that in a word Vrce dinner and burgoo at Jake Aiders 209 St Clair street Dailys old stand on Monday Aprii ist 30 it Just received a beautiful line of stampe scarfs I center doylies pieces Notion Store c dresser 30 at Halys it BLUE GK NMIES 1895 1895 ggTO Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and every- Â¬ thing for the orchard lawn and garden We employ no agents but sell at first 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buy of us are right up to date and or tirst uiaKe ana snapes unr assortment is a marvel of beauty style and excellence The material is of the highest quality and the workmanship is guarant ed the very best Now we ash you to inspect our immense lire and learn the prices You will not be disappointed The question will arise in your mind how such fine merchandise can be sold for so little money We quote a few prices 0 75 Misses Fine Oxfords 1 00 Misses Fine Shoes 60 Ladies Fine Oxfords 00 Ladies Fine Shoes 00 Boys Fine Shoes 25 Mens Fine Shoes I 00 Bicycle Shoes Plow Shoes 00 d absolutely right in price All go 1 1 1 1 ROYAL BARGAINS to to to to 2 2 SSPRING of 1 1895 admit you to first place everywhere They Hals and Furnishings s 00 50 3 OO 5 3 5 I 1 Childrens Suits Boys Long Pants Suits Mens Fine Suits Men s Common Suits X 25 2 5 50 to to to to 00 00 00 50 50 3 t 1 Mens Jeans Pmts Mens Cassimere Pants Bicycle Pants Childrens Knee Pants Overall Pants bpnng Overcoats 00 00 75 50 50 to 5 00 to 10 co to 20 GO to 5 00 co to to 5 00 to 3 00 1 1 TIKS The Hat Department is full of the latest and most fashionable Blocks prices 50 cts to 4 Our Furnishing Department embraces everything in the Furnishing line SHIRTS SlSPFNDFRS COLLARS 25 fo 45 to 4 50 to 25 75 HANDKERCHIEFS UNDKRWKAR All the latest at prices surprisingly low impr GLOVKS ations 15 00 Working Shirts an immense line 25 ct to 60 cts m uvjr nowijr v 1 m JL v r4J f JUui 1 8 1J J I N M jr M imimm ly1 Sj W M iJ f ti n tWpx jjrlfyA WJtW M Mm TTT Jr iSra i mrfCiot Vffc nJEL if twAVi tt h v rM m m Fv - nrTTrrTTrnnirTiTriTniTBTiMiiMiiiiiMii iiiiiiiililihijjmT t- - kV A Great Oiler f r doing that which they do themselves Such people should The Louisville Daily Post pubThe weather is balmy and de Â¬ look within and get a good photo Â¬ lightful and the farmers they are graph of their own characters lished every evening except Sun Â¬ oh so bus before making remarks about day is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The piice We regret to announce the fact others of The Post alone is 5 per year Mollie the Nightengale that Mrs Harriet Moore is very and our paper Si 00 making this much indisposed at this writing LOUISVIliLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ the best offer of the kind ever Governor J R Stump of Texas made KET is on a visit to relatives and friends Subscribers to the Roundabout FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT who are not takiug The Post now in this locality LOUISVILLE f OBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ One of our missing young Sales on our market for the week can avail themselves of this opHe just closed amount to 4545 hhds with portunity by addressing this office gents has been recovered the same period of was only seeking greener fields receipts for on our market since 7222Â¬ or writing to B G Boyle 526 hhds Sales Jan but found them not uary 1st amount to 45061 hhds Sales Third street Louisville of the crop of 1894 on our market to Mr Elzie Tracy left Monday this date amount to 49345 hhds Epwortli Jjeugucrs Our market this week has been for Shelby county where he ex- Â¬ He characterized by immense receipts pects to engage in business Send stamp for official book sales the receipts for the week took leave of his girl on Sunday and Historic Chattanooga contain amount to 7222 hogsheadB The night and very affecting was the marker has been regular and firm inrr in nartirn lai Q nfprnationa throughout the week for all grades of onvenU n ot parting scene league Pwort t burlevand the hichest urices of the W C Bryant made a season were realized this week for at Chattanooga next June Mr The Oueen and Crescent Route flying trip to Louisville last Thurs- Â¬ new burley S22 50 per hundred fairly The following quotations will make rate one fare for round day represent our market for burley to- Â¬ trip bacco 1S94 crop oijaxnion to Trash dark or damaged Chas VV Zkll D P A Cin- Â¬ 1 50 I know not if the hour be bright 2 75 tobacco cinnati O Or if the clouds observe the light 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 VV A Hecklek N P A hi Or why Im glad I cannot tell Medium to good colorv I only know I love the well 3 75 5 50 Adams St Chicago 111 trash Since first we met 4 00 C A Baikd T P A Common lugs not colory 2 50 Detroit Colory 4 00 5 50 V VV V v DUNNAVANT Old Story Creek may boast of Common to good lugs T P A medium colory C eveland her many handsome men but not lugs 8 50 5 50 a sinule pretty girl from source to Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 VV C RiKEAKOK G P A Cin10 00 15 00 Medium to good leaf mouth cinnati O 15 00 Good to fine leaf lb 00 10 uui Messrs Willis and Price Mitch cicicui ur wittfjjjur The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ ell visited the family ol Mr George Beware of Ointments for Catarrh ecutes all orde s promptly Will They are Mitchell last Sunday That Contains Mercury call for and deliver work at your often there wondrr what attracts Telephone N 17 A them mercury will surely destroy door tf 24 the sense of smell and comThe kind and hospitabe neigh pletely derange the whole system bors have replaced the fence when entering it through the mucous Gnitur Instruction and Piano Tuning around the little farm ot Misses lurfaces Such articles should never he used except on prescriptions from Henry Bradv teacher of Mahala and Maty Quire The reputable physicians as the damage J former is in very feeble health they will do is ten fold to the good guitar will give lessons in Sax the but bjears her affliction with great you can possibly derive from them tons celebrated method Catarrh manufacturedfby iortitude and without a murmur HallsCheney Cure Toledo O con Â¬ latest and most approved Pianos b J Co First class tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ tuned and repaired Polsgrove will ternally aad acts directly upon the references furnished Rev H M For terms organize a Christian Endeavor blood and mucous surfaces of the c aoply at 318 Clinton itreet In buying Halls Catarrh Society at Mt Zion at his next system sure you get the genuine Cure be 45 tf It We wish him is taken internally and made in regit ar meeting Co every success in his noble work Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney Eggs for hatching from choice sWSoldby Druggist price 7ft per Barred Plymouth Rocks 1 for 4 Mr Will O Biugh of Tioga bottle S T Fortune setting of 13 is visiting his uncle James Martin 23 3m and has Northern Seed Potatoes and of Woodford county Onion Sets left one disconsolate heart behind For Sale Cnetr up dear one he will be I will be headquarters this Good second hand phaeton in back by and by Call and see it season for northern seed potatoes good repair Mocking Bird 11 receive five IIursey I w Black and onion sets 15 tf cars about 3000 bushels northern Millville Woodford County Dr Prices Cream Bakiag Powder seed potatoes Early Rose Heauty A Pure Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder of Hebron Rurals Empire State The health of the community is Burbank c which I will sell at good no one sick this week low prices I will also have several Church has pur- Â¬ hundred bushels of yellow and The Baptist white onion sets which will be with pale or sallow complexions chased a new organ I also carry a large or suffering from skin eruptions Madam Rumor says several sold cheap or scrofulous blood will find quick relief in Scotts Emulsion weddings will take place in this stock of fresh fruits vegetables c at retail and holesale Give All of the stages of Emaciation eighborhood in a shwit time me a call I will do you right C and a general decline of health As the good weather is coming S Bell jr Ann street next door are speedily cured soon it is about time for the to Lucketts livery stable t 26 tf farmers to be getting to work Pliers Will Suit Times A Sunday school wi be organized at tins place to morrow 00 4 Steel toed shoes AU are invited week April 6th 4 Plain shoes 80 cents to attend 4 Keiroves 40 cents takes away the pale haggard We like all country neighborAll work reduced accordingly look that comes with General hoods have people here who and given prompt attention Debility It enriches the blood seem to be better able 10 attend 26 4L VVm K Uttkkiuck stimulates the appetite creates to their neighuors business than healthy flesh and brings back their own 1 heir wisdom is some- Japanese Liver Pellets are an strength and vitality For Coughs tning woncitriui and 11 anytime lntalhble specific for constipation p0 W JJSKt ad Wt1n Weak Dis happens they know at once who biliousness and sick headache eases of Children StnJ for our pamphlet Mailed FREE is responsible for it and are Small pill Fifty doses 25 cents 50c an J StotUBowneN Y AllOruggiitt eternally finding fault with others J W Gayle Sole Agent Quality Corinr DR W I KELLEY TO THE CENTKK OF Â¬ OFClNCINNATl0wiIlteattne CHICAGO BY PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY THE Saturday Maroh 30 1895 Saturday April 13 1895 Saturday April 27 1895 cured without surgicn operation and wltu little or no pain HEMORRHOIDS MONON ROUTE Louisville New Albany Chicago By Co Plies HKEKRENCES W McKee Hurdle Franklort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leueli 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carbolic nod JAPANESE Tickets By The conslftlnu of the knife or injections every nnture and decree It makes an operation with which are of 2dTonoi i H 1 IUCON 1 Â¬ case to cure n box 6 fortS 1 JAPANESE terrible disease any We ui Sent by mall PILE OINTMENT Yon puarontee6 boxeB only pay for beneuts re 25c a Box FRANK J A I KEKD Louisville Clilmgo the great LIVEIt and STOMACH KEGDLATOR and BLOOD PUBIFIEK Small mild and plenaant to take especially adapted for childrens uee CU Doeea 25 Prevented PflNQTIPATIflNCured Piles LUerPellets lUfibv Japanese THE IMPROVED 1 cents J I IOYCK 480 Bromlwuy Aim needles oil eto a Mmre or y ur patron Â¬ W GAYLE Sole Agent - Â¬ Â¬ DENTAL LABORATORY tor sale by THOS A opposite L N ilepo for all sewing machines age solicited Dei 22 6111 Ovr Guy Barretts Nws Depot main ST FRANKFORT KY EXTRACTED TEETHwith Vitalized WITHOUT Air or local LAWYERS VVM CROMWELL upnll utlon Best Artificial Teeth on Uubber 3 to 10 No extra cMirge for extracting without pain when artlrt- 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