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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m Sw i Tee Frankfort Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPEttr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advano NO 31 Jm YOL XYIII MY8TE JUOUSIiY MUHDFJt KD FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY APRIL 6 1895 COURT DAY And a liiirgc Crowd Town was in Found Shot to Death on Ills Hack Porch Former- - Frankfort Man V The many friends of Mr Andrew J Campbell in this city were surprised and pained on Friday of last week to learn that he had been found lying in the back porch of his home in Lexington early that morning shot to death by some unknown person The following account of the murder is given oy me iexingcon papers 01 Saturday Though there is no clue to the perpetrator of the terrible deed there can be no doubt that there vm office at the freight depot in that He filled the temporary city assignment so well that it became permanent and Lexington was After a few ever afttr his home married Miss Katie years he Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report ABSOLUTELY PURE i i were two or more concerned in the enactment of the tragedy Shortly before five oclock Â¬ yesterday morning Andrew Camp who was sleeping in bell jr his fathers bed was aroused by the crashing of glass in the cham- Â¬ assets of the firm were swept An instant later he ber door With pluck and energy heard a pistol shot then after a away few moments pause another fol Mr Campbell began life again lowed immediately by the falling entered the insurance and real esof something on the porch tate business in which he was Naturally he couldnt understand making a comfortable living the cause of the noise and after Eight years ago his wife died listening a moment he called to his father whom he supposed was leaving to his care four children in bed Receiving no answer he three daughters and one son and felt about the bed to discover his to them he devoted the remaining fathers absence Now thoroughly years of his life alarmed he ran to the door He was always foremost in Peering out he saw by the light of the dawning day a spectacle church work and in entet prises which sent a feeling of horror and having for their end the public alarm coursing through his veins good and for ten years was His father lay on the threshold in Secretary of the Chamber of Com- Â¬ the throes of death with his lifes blood spurting from a hole in his merce in Lexington He was also right cheek and trickling down a prominent member of several over his bosom to the floor secret societies had been Grand He cried out for help and his Master of Odd Fellows in Kenwho had been sister Mary Councilor of awakened by the shots appeared tucky and Grand a moment later with a lighted Kentucky Royal Templars of candle Though appalled by the Temperance and had passed the sight of he r dying father she dis- - chairs in the Masonic orders pelled her griel and instructing Always hopeful and of sunny her brother to hurry to the home was beloved by of Mr Didlake fjr assistance she temperament he endeavored to nourish her parent all who knew him Having been with a draught of whisky It was intimately acquainted with him for of no avail The bullet had done over forty years as boy and man its deadly mission and th spirit schoolmate and friend we bear of a kind father and loving friend willing testimony to his high char- Â¬ had taken its flight Mr George Didlake who heard acter as a man and citizen and as a the shots answered the call of pure hearted Christian gentleman the little boy for help and hurriedIn the summer of 1862 he was ly dressing himself repaired to the a member of the Home Guard scene followed by his wife and j company in this city which went Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harper daughter of the late James A Harper a prominent merchant in Lexington left the employ of the railroad company and went into the hardware busi ness in which he prospered but in an evil hour his partner contracted the habit of gambling and almost before he knew it the usually large crowd in town Monday Some stock was offered on the street but that which was sold brought very low prices one man so weakened him as render buying a gelding mare and mule him unable to cope with the all good work stock in a bunch He for fifty dollars murderer who took his life Quite a number was a first cousin of Mr J W of fine stallions were exhibited on Pruett and Mrs Jas H Graham the street of this city In the County Court the follow Â¬ Â¬ Powder Baking Notwithstanding the weather was unpropitious there was an un- Â¬ WANTS TO KNOW If you are in need of anything Pins Tape Missionary Meeting The ladies of the Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church met at the residence of Mrs Grant Green at the Farmers bank Thursday afternoon A good attendance The meeting was opened by the President Miss Mary Page with prayer after which the programme was executed Mrs Edelen read an excellent article on India this country being the topic for April Miss Mary Page read the scripture lesson and all in concert repeated the watch word The Lord recompense thy work Â¬ and a full reward be given thee of the Lord God of Isral under whose wings thou art come to trust Ruth 2d chapter 12th n lu k J k w out on the Lawrenceburg pike to DeLongand Mr Chas Bean near to meet and check the expected neighbors were aroused and a advance of Gen John H few minutes later they also came Morgans upon this command to the Campbell residence The and on thatJulv day when dead man was removed from the porch to the bed which a few min the men vere at dmner i musket utes before he had left to discern loaded with a ball and three buck the occasion of the noise on his shot was placed against a tree by porch some careless person and was Dr Whitney and undertaker knocked down by some one in Milward were summoned The former found that his efforts could PassS- 7 ne Sun was discharged beof no avail and departed while by the fall the charge passing the latter prepared the body for between Messrs Tlios J Hutchi burial son and Jos B Lewis who were Andrew Jackson Campbell was standing together talking cutting born in this city on the 8th of off Mr Hutchisons sword he January 1842 and lived here being a lieutenant of the company until the spring of 1864 In early the ball striking Mr George Berry life became a member of the brother of Mr Hiram Berry in Episcopal Church and for a time the thigh necessitating the ampu thought of entering the ministry tation of the leg from which he of that denomination For several died and one of the buckshot years he was lay reader for the striking Mr Campbell in the left leg late Dr J N Norton while just below the knee He was con pastor of Ascension Church in fined to the house for weeks with this city the wound but it finally healed and He learned telegraphy at the he thought little of it until the N depot in this city and last few years when it began to L Ed S J daughter The households of Mr We take more Md writes LEXINGTON KY pleasure in saying that your Japa Â¬ Mar 9 3m nese Pile Cure has been used in our family witn good results ana of Stockholders we will do all in our power to Meeting promote your interests by highly ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK recommending your medicine to Umbrellas Covered holders of tho Kirmers Hank or Kentucky J W will bo held at their banking house in tho city our friends and readers ot Frankfort on Monday the 6th day ot Mays We are prepared to re cover Gayle Sole Agent ISM at 1030 n m fur the purpose of electing directors for tho principal b ink and branches as old uTibrellas and make tnem to sen o for the ye r as required by the charter Piles Piles Piles ilUNTGHKKN of the bank good a new All work promptly Cashier Kv March 3 lJS Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment FmsKKimr td executed Bleeding Ulcerated will cure Blind WEITZEL ODONNELL It absorbs the and Itching Piles 31 It tumors allays tho itching at once gives instant t acts as a poultice FllVNKllN ClltCUIT COUBT Dr Williams Indian Pile work in town is done relief The best is prepared only for Piles John T Sumo Plaintiff Ointment at the Capital Steam Laundry vs f and Itching of tho private parts and Hkmiv Wilson V Defendant nothing else Evory box is guaraii- PKUSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST teeu som oy uruggisis sum vy ALL tlrui ot Sheets x Wllsou or the- steamboat untitled present their one morning in thespringof 1S64 Urouble him causing him to limp The U S Govt Reports mail for 50c and 100 per box W L Norton aro hereby required toby to me proven lis oir or WILLIAMS MFG CO Props Clove claims Anl 8th U03 at before was ordered to Lexington to take jn that leg and it is said pro show Royal Baking Powder land O Sold by Holmes Baird w H P0SEY Commissioner F u C Mar 30 Jt superior to all others temporary charge of the telegraph grcssive paralysis had set up which Â¬ j J verse In the absence of the Secretary Miss Sallie Jackson the Vice President Mrs Jennie C Morton read the minutes of the last meeting also extracts from a letter of Mrs Herbert Andrews of Main purie India who speaks encour agingly of the work in that part of India Writing of a school near Utah she says There are several large boys and young men who wished to learn to read but had no time to spend in chool the people here are very poor so an old Christian man having learned of their desire goes there every morning at four oclock and by the dim light of little bits of wick ing floating in cups of oil these men and boys gather in a little veranda and there he teaches them till the first steaks of day Then all the pupils light show scatter to the fields for a long days work and in the evening they gather to study not waiting for anything to cat After the offerings were pre sented with appropriate verses recited as each member handed them to the Treasurer pro tern the society in concert repeated the Lords prayer and adjourned The next meeting will occur the first Tuesday in May when the topic Siam will be discussed and papers treating upon the en larged missionary work in that intelligent region will be read Â¬ ing business was transacted The will of Mrs Priscella Bryant was She leaves admitted to probate all her real and personal estate to Mrs Belle M Hogan The will of the late Silas M Noel was also probited He leaves two houses and lots on Ann street to his daughter Mrs John C Noel and the farm upon which he resided and several houses and lots to his wife and daughter Mrs JW Jones All his personal prop erty is to be sold and the proceeds divided equally between his wife and two daughters The will of Michael Callery was presented and admitted to probate To his daughter Mrs J T Dailey and his son John Callery he leaves iSoo each while the farm upon which he resided and the rest of his estate real and personal is bequeathed to his son Ed L Callery The fixing of the county levy and the election of a County Treasurer was postponed for two weeks Hon Joe McCain of Trimble county candidate for Railroad Commissioner addressed the peo- Â¬ ple at the Court House in the afternoon urging his claims to the position Â¬ Â¬ in the way of Needles Hair Pins Shoe and Corset Laces Buttons of all kinds Thread Hair Tooth and Clothes Brushes Fine Coarse Round Tucking and Side Combs Tape Measures Scissors Â¬ Â¬ Emery Bags Dress Shields Knitting Crochet and Darning Needles Hooks and Eyes Whalebones Whalebone Casings Beltings Table Linen Towles and Napkins EmDress Linings of all kinds and Laces Â¬ broideries Lace Cur- Â¬ Â¬ tains and Poles Dress and Domestic Goods of all kinds you need anything in this line Now if re- Â¬ ar- Â¬ member you can save on every ticle purchased here mRTSTEIM No 214 St Clair St next door te R K McClure NOAHS Ul S0LOON 200 The Evolution Of medicinal agents is gradually relegating the old time herbs pills draughts and vegetable extracts to the rear and bringing into general use the pleasant and effective liquid laxative Syrup of Figs To get the true remedy see that it is manufactured by the California For sale by Fig Syrup Co only all leading druggists THE BEST I Soup from 10 to 12 lunch Gome one goods in pints and Next door to R B 305 also nice counter come all Bottle quarts a specialty Jillson RMIL HALDI Broadway Frankfort Ky BLUE BBflSS NURSERIES For 1 I 1 T a Ssuie I v j Having engaged in the ice fort business I will be unable to attend to my saloon business and would like to sell it before the 1st of May F J Sutterlin Frankfort Ky 237 St Clair St 3I 2t nL rt r lie uesi prtyiuy dlllUUII s 111 1 n Iclllhv- - i 1895 1895 j I 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 cost to the planter Straw Â¬ berry and general catalogue on ap Â¬ plication to Editor Religious Opinion Balti- - H F HILLEMEYER l i - Jfcf ii 4 kW wffj twkvitx vubfca3 V ft ra uu nn cu kj ra ua cu rn cu RS ta tin iDont be DiscoTjLirscgeca If you have worn that old suit so long that pou are ashamed to wear 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 have made great preparations to sell them all a new suit We have some real good ra nn nn uu EOT au en en en en U3 too to DU KB EU ca nts nn nn DU EH BB eh BEI cu en en ca en HQ cr try MEXTS SUITS AS LOW AS great many And a en aa en en Bta en of them at all prices up to 2000 500 ii prppriirppriiriPTi i -t a en am en QU Blur siFiEaiifcTa- iiiiujiiiiij ip 11 jXTOTFT EU EB en ua ran raw cur raw EB raw aa ea B3 cn bq eu en HUDSON HUMPHRIES - iriinnnnriiirinrnrMiirirrnrTri1Tri BaBUBauacajiiu PERSONAL ji 111 pjLejijpji r i r ji4 s jl p ji p jLsjLr jl iirtiriiurLrii r imriMrikF EUBUBUKaEaEuuBEuiiaEucyeuE rjif ipmlp inFJLir CASSELL tpLp-jL-- ca E3 ran BE raw i ip juipulipjIPjhp rmr ew eiei hm A Rev W B Cooper and wife are visiting in Lexington Mr W B Jenkins spent Sunday in Eminence with relatives Mr Fred Sears of Nicholasville spent Sunday in this city Hon John McAteer of Louisville spent Sunday in this city Mr and Mrs Henry F Duncan were in Louisville this week Hon Milt Hamilton of George- Â¬ town spent Sunday in this city Mrs Edith Chapman of Louisville is the guest of Miss Jennie Gaines Judge J Harry Brent of Paris spent Sunday and Monday in this city Mrs Mary Nickols of Owenton is visiting Miss Belle Sanders on Ann street Hon G 0 Lockhart of Paris was here on Monday last attending Circuit Court Mrs Chas W Saffell left Thursday morning for a visit to her aunt in Cincinnati Rev J B Venable wife and son of Cynthiana are visiting the family of W T Reading Miss Dessie Wingate of Midway has been visiting relatives in this city this week Mr Jake Robinson of Peoria Illi- Â¬ nois is visiting his mother and sister on Third street Mr Dan Swigert of Lexington spent Saturday last with his sister Mrs Lucy Evans Mr M F Wood of Greenup Ky is visiting the family of Mr R M Trumbo near this city Mrs Fulton Gordon of Chicago is visiting her sister Mrs George F Berry on Shelby street Mrs Richard Morris and daughter Miss Mary have been visiting rela tives in Cincinnati this week Mr Chas E Herd left yesterday for a two weeks visit to his mother inBnoneville Owsley county The young men of this city gave a delightful dance at the Academy of Music on Tuesday evening last Hon R H Ellison of Grant coun- Â¬ ty was here on Monday attending the State Board of Equalization Mr John W Mastin who suffered a slight stroke of paralysis several weeks ago is able to be out again Mr W Stape Johnson entertained at cards Thursday afternooon in honor of her sister Mrs Woodruff Ex Senator J W McDaniel of Gallatin county was here Wednesday attending the State Board of Equali- Â¬ zation Miss Fannie Norton who has been on a visit to friends in thiB city re- Â¬ turned Tuesday to her home in Shel byville Rev A H Lindsey and wife of Hyden are visiting Mrs Ls parents Mr R M Grant and wife at Â¬ Â¬ Rev Father F Donley of White Sulphur dined with Mrs Margaret Mahoney and family last Saturday at their home in this county City Clerk Richard Tobin slipped and sprained his ankle very badly Tuesday afternoon in crossing Main street in front of the City Hall Mr E W Hines took advantage of the adjournment of the Court of Appeals ffor a week to run down to Bowling Green for a visit to relatives Hon W C Owens was in the city the first of the week assisting in the defense of Joe Newton for killing Jeff Lucas near the Forks of Elkhorn Miss Mamie Kernan leaves this month for Lexington to visit her sis Â¬ ter and from there will go to Kansas City and St Louis Mo to spend the summer Mrs Richard Church returned Tues Â¬ day evening from a visit to her parents She reports her in Louisville brother Mr Pitman Meek as being a very ill man Mrs W H Newhall entertained the Married Ladies Afternoon Cinch Club Tuesday Mrs W P Hudson cap tured the prize while Mrs V L Clark took the visitors prize The Capital Hotel Euchre Club held its usual weekly meeting Tuesday evening at which Miss Amelia Weitzel took the first prize for ladies Miss Katie Strauss the second and Miss Ruth Ely the consolation Mr R W McRery captured the first prize for gentlemen Mr Ed Weitzel the second and Mr J S Smith got away with the consolation Â¬ For Secretary of State THE NEW F F V LIMITED Kentucky Midland Ry A Xcw Enterprise Mr V E Bos worth who has been making his home with his sister Mrs M L Todd in Belle point has concluded to return to his old business that of contracting for artificial stone work and is receiving considerable en Â¬ couragement as he already has several contracts on hand He will do business in the name of the Capital Artificial Stone Company and all those wishing sidewalks put down which will last a Â¬ Â¬ lifetime always look well and through which grass will never grow should give him a trial A Good Man for the Place Mr one of world of his John T Stout of Alton the cleverest fellows in the has yielded to the wishes friends and concluded to make the race for the Democratic for Representative nomination from Anderson county in the Legislature If his friends in this county could help him any by deadening over the line he would not have to call for them Leestown Judge Reuben Brown who has more than once and would be a been confined to bed at his home sure winner near Bridgeport for some time is Can Track the Little Fellows still very ill Mrs Martha French returned Mon- Â¬ Lexingtons bloodhounds have day from a visit to her sister Mrs B succeeded in tracking and running T Quin who has been very ill at her down a chicken thief in that city home in Georgetown Mrs Courtland Chenault of Mt but when an effort was made to Sterling who has been visiting her get them to follow the trail of parents Judge J H Hazelriggand murderers in that city and in wife in this city returned home MonÂ¬ Scott county they were utterly at fault day ssssHit Mr Samuel R Smith of this Commencing Sunday May 13th Only direct Mae between city is a candidate for the nomi the F F V Limited will leave nation upon the Republican Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT ticket for the office of Secretary arriving at Washington at 740 a dnortest and quickest between of State Those who know Mr m Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ Smith here where he has lived delphia 1120 a m and New Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car Â¬ for a quarter of a century will not York 140 p m The train will lisle tfaysTille Cynthiana Fal Â¬ consist of Composite only be glad to see him nomiCar Elegant mouth and Covington nated but elected as well for they Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ know full well that he will make a partment Dining Car Pullman good and faithful officer and be Sleeping Cars of the latest and ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KT MIDLAND an honor to the party which most improved design and an Emphasis is places him in the position Of Observation Car especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ TaHINS HUN ar CEHTHftL staidxhd tike his candidacy the Lexington tion Car Built by the Pullman has this tosiy Company from Chesapeake and In effect Dec 80 1894 Samuel R Smith well known Ohio plans the F F V ObserSCHEDULE OF TRAINS to Lexington people as the editor vation Cars serve their purpose for several years in the jos of better than any others that have AM PM A M P H TRAINS EAST The Statesman and Herald a local ever been constructed No1No 81 No 61 No1 As the F F V Limited is the Lv Frankfort Republican paper and for many A 700 280 880 415 years past a resident of Frankfort only train having an Observation Lv Summit 706 286 840 425 Lv Elkhorn 711 242 856 440 is a candidate for the Republican Car attached it necessarily fol LvSwltzer 718 249 910 455 Lv Stamping Ground 728 3 00 980 615 nomination for Secretary of State lows that the Chesapeake and Lv Duvail 784 306 Lv Johnson 740 313 In addition to his Lexington news- Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter- Â¬ Lv Georgetown B 747 819 1000 546 paper work Mr Smith was for esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ Ar C S Depot 755 333 1005 660 Lv Newtown 808 848 five years editor of the Frankfort servation Car The F F V Limited Lv Centrevllle 816 405 Lv 820 415 and for several is the only train running through Ar Elizabeth Commonwealth Paris 0 880 480 years aside from assisting in the edi- from Cincinnati to New York that A M PH I 1MPM TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No 6 No 8 torial work of the Louisville Repub- Â¬ enables the business men to translican he was regular correspondent act business in Cincinnati one day Lv Paris 9 45 C 630 965 645 of the Louisville Commercial and and New York the next It is Lv Elizabeth uv Centervllle 1000 655 1008 61U the Cincinnati Commercial at the only train for Jersey City Coast Lv Newtown Lv US Depot 1037 642 1290 Frankfort Later he was a mem- resorts which arc reached by the Lv Georgetown B 1040 645 645 1282 Lv Johnson 1046 651 Â¬ ber of the State Central Commit- v F V at dinner tune instead of Lv Duvail 1052 6 67 Lv 617 tee from the Seventh District and in the evening It is the only Lv Stamping Ground 1069 703 686 106 Swltzer 1109 7 13 125 is now chairman of the Franklin train that enables business men to Lv Elkhorn 1116 720 140 645 Lv Summit 716 160 1122 726 County Republican Committee transact business in Cincinnati one Ar Frankfort A 1130 7H5 716 200 Mr Smith was also for two years day and reach Washington for Leave Frankfort 830 u m arrive Lexington President of the City Council at breakfast the next morning It is 1045 am Leave arrive Cincinnati Frankfort elected from a Demo- the most desirable train for New 1020 mFrankfort 7 a Leave cratic ward and later with a England resorts connections being 620 pm Frankfort 280 p m arrive Cincinnati Â¬ dozen other Republican candi- made in the Union Depot in SUNDAY TRAINS being Washington with the Colonial Leave Georgtown 1037 a m arrive Frankfort dates had the fate of llOam Leave counted out of the Council Express running through to Boston 325 p mFrankfort 230 p m arrive Georgetown Leave Frankfort 230 p m arrive Cincinnati Those who know Mr Smith are which reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p m 626 p niCincinnati 730 a m arrive Frankfort earnest in their support of him m Leave and say he would bring to the Providence 715 p in and Boston 1130 am position of Secretary of State a 830 p m The F F V is the The Kentucky Midland Railway and connee shortest ripe experience in public affairs only mddern train lighted through- Â¬ tlons form thesouth eastand cheapest route to all points north and west carrying a For further information apply to their agents a wide knowledge of men and out with Electricity and or affairs Dining Car and an Observation C D BERCAW GEO B HARPER Gen Pass Agt Receiver and Gen Supt Car Franktort Kr Col Breckinridge to Lecture The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted 1j Col W C P Breckinridge of N TIME TABLE Â¬ Lexington at the solicitation of Vestibuled train will leave Cincin Â¬ his friends here has consented to nati at 700 p m reaching WashA MJA M P M P M soum deliver his lecture on The Prob- ington 240 p m and Old Point Nol7NoTl9 No 21 No2 Connection lems of the Day in this city and Comfort 600 p in Lv Lexington 845 777 T 56 615 Yarnallton 901 212 636 has fixed Saturday evening next is made at Washington with the Midway 917 227 650 Boston Express or the Limited Spring Station April 13th as the date The 925 285 667 reaching New York nbout 900 3 00 720 Frankfort 960 550 lecture will be delivered at the Bagdad 1023 617 333 71 p m At Norfolk connection is 10 Utt 684 Pieasurevllle 349 806 Opera House and it is safe to say 1044 641 Eminence 357 81S made with the Old Dominion Lagrange 1115 7 07 425 838 he will have a large audience Pewee Valley 1135 783 448 86 Steamship Line reaching New Anchorage 1144 745 466 9 0S Looks Suspicions Ar Louisville York 300 p m the next day 1219 812 620 98b Â¬ Â¬ I m iSf I I I Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I Â¬ 111 Â¬ 11 SSFM nit A i r a 1 i Â¬ From the large number of fine silver perch which have been sold on our streets during the last week one would judge that dynamite and nets had been made use of at a lively rate along the river The Fish and Game Club should look into the matter and if possible have the violators of the law indicted by the grand jury now in Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A A M Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder NORTH Lv Louisville P M P M PM 330 4 02 410 428 463 635 4 50 6 09 61 08 No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 Anchorage Pewee Valley aaVB fcsi H k aV aWl Lagrange Eminence Pieasurevllle Bagdad Â¬ Frankfort Spring Station For a CAN OBTAIN A PATENT answer and an honest opinion write to I U N N dc CO wbo have bad nearly fifty years experlenoe In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In formation concerning Pa tenia and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and sclentlflo books sent free Patents taken through Mann ft Co receive special notioelntbe Hclentlnc American and thus are brought widely before the publlo with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any sclentltlo work in the world S3 a year Cample copies sent free Building Edition monthly tM a year Single conies ilff cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and Photographs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address Broadway CO New yohk MIWN T session WI Midway COPYRIGHTS Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 735 811 824 860 926 933 949 410 433 448 515 542 550 635 620 64 7 06 783 758 806 825 865 920 929 946 6 05 569 621 640 1005 Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Tjife Away The truthful startling title of it book about the only harmless JUAKANTekd cure If you want to uult unit cunt use Bruce up iilcottnlzed nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gain strength weight and vigor Positive cure or money refunded Book at ttrugglsts or mailed free Address The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph Oct 6 ly Sr New York lOSpruce St No 21 will stop at Anchorage and Ghristiausburg or passengers for Lexington and points beyond Nos 17 1 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange for Uinoiunati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot nt Anchorage for Blootnfield Branoh Indigestion and Stomach disorders take ftllOAVNS IKON BITTHH8 All dealers keep It 91 per bottle Genuine has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper- - FOR DYSPEPSIA al TWMT - mmmmmmm mmmmmmm mm T - lA m MSIim n htl iVrTftatftiaflk MlaatirV - trims n lTr T r rH j ijii ra nira ffisiispwwv inj T at 1 TlPff lWMiPiMilliraiif SPECTACLES P If your eyes need medical treatment we wont sell you Spectacles simply to make a sale Â¬ teT ten E C L E EX O T A C GRADUATE OPTICIAN Will look closely to the details tion of your eyes ZEHAG EK and make a thorough examinaÂ¬ There will be no charge for telling you what Lenses ground to your eye trouble is and for giving advice STILLHARPING ON SILVERWARE suit the vision and frames accurately made to fit the face and - t it white And we are producing harmony by low prices and high qualify The market rate of the of our metal enables us to give you good value and beautiful workmanship The brilliancy solid silver articles covers no flaws Every one is perfect and a tempter to the pocketbook Â¬ Heavily plated Porks Knives etc at light figures The flight of time will not affect the wearing qualities of our Silverware or mar the beauty Your table is enhanced by an exquisitely chased Tea Set and dessert seems of finer flavor when eaten with Spoons of dainty pattern guarantee accuracy and fine work us from March nth to April 5th E O Zehagen will be with M M A SELBERT the leading jewel r 233 ST D tickers CLAIR ST Tribute to Kentucky Hi fr BT A A NORTH m Ob laid of flmeis plants and vines Of giants trees of many kinds Ot feathered birds of plumage rare That with sweetest carols All the air Ob land so fair with skies so bright That thrills the souls and pleases sight I long to traverse oer thy plains And see the grass that gentle rains Has made so fresh so sweet so green Where the finest cattle ever seen Go browBlng round with such delight As If the sweetest bunches might Be scattered all around And then If but the faintest sound As of music In the alrt the colts well bred Will prick the ear and raise the bead And stand still as though charmed Then shy awav become alarmed And go pell melt around the field With speed and muscle them to shield From some Imagined barm Oh land ot brave and home of fair What poets dreams are hidden there In thy valleys and thy pleasant hills And thy forrest and thy flowing rills What wondrous themes for bards to sing Of a country where blue grass Is king All nature wet with dews of morn The wide green meads and fields of corn What beauteous scenes for artists born With brush the canvass to adorn Now list old friends nor let me wait To sing ull hall my native State And while 1 neer may tread again The pleasant patbs I traveled then To by Kone years and happy days To those bright years my memory strays And I live to hope that a fairer clime Than 1 loved bo well in the olden time May tempt the brave and winsome fair To seek a home a haven there When the beauteous scenes of life shall fade And we be resting In the shade Of the silent tomb Nashville Tenn March 12 1895 Quite a delegation went to New Castle Tuesday to petition the Gloomy Court of Claims to appropriate money to build a bridge across activity General industrial the mouth of Flat Creek between Preparations are being made the counties of Henry and Frank- Â¬ for the largest tobacco crop ever lin set in this section of the country Mr Curg Bailey died at his Married Mr Louie Hippe of home at Flag Fork Franklin Woodford couty and Miss Lutie county Monday morning Johnson of Franklin May they Rip Van Winkle live long and prosper Mrs H J Perham has been Poor Indeed very ill for some days past and we are sorry to say is reported no The prospect of relief from drastic cathartic SPECTACLES L 8 MARSHALL A SRLBRRT 4 CO Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOR SALE A better the fourteen-year-oldaughter of Mr Moses Metz is very ill of typhoid fever She is not expected to recover Miss Hallie d Since our last communication our fellow citizen Mr Patrick OBrien lost his aged mother Mrs OBrien was far advanced in years and after a long life of faithful service of the Master within the folds of the Catholic Church she Mr has gone to her reward in his OBrien has our sympathy Â¬ for persons troubled with constipation Is poor Indeed True they act upon the bowels but this they do with violence and their operation tends to weaken the Intestines and Is prejudicial to the stomach Hostetters Stomach Bitters Is an effectual laxative but It neither gripes nor en feebles Furthermore It promotes digestion and o regular action of the liver and the kidneys It is an efficient barrier against and remedy for malarial complaints and rheumatism and Is ot great benefit to the weak nervous and aged As a medicinal stimulant It cannot be surpassed Physicians cordially recommend It and Its pre fessstonal Indorsement Is fully borne out by Appetite and sleep are popular experience both Improved by this agreeable lnvlgorant and alterative FARM OF 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH OFFER FOR SALE THE BUSINESS In the city limits of Frankfort- - A large part property on St Clair street now occupied of this land Is now under cultivation and the bal Â¬ by Flncel Bros This Is one of the best business ance Is good grazing land In this tract there Is locations In the city the lot Is more than 25 feet also a quantity of tine tobacco land front by 95 feet deep and besides the large storeroom has a comfortable dwelling of six rooms In the second and third stories This is on Clinton street valuable property and will irake u first class In Â¬ FORJ3ALE WE FOR RENTdetd vestment Utenn South Side WILL BUY YOU A FRAME tage of 3 rooms on Second street COT- - Epworth Leaguers Â¬ FARM FOR SALE Â¬ Blacksmith Property FOR SALE BLACKSMITH PROPERTY AT THE of Elkhorn Including a frame resi Â¬ dence of four rooms with necessary bullaings ten acres ot land Is offered at a bargain This Is the only shop now In operaton at thut place and will command a good trade If run by an THK A Good Walk Messrs Nicol Brothers have had a hexagon block pavement put down in front of their new building on South St Clair street and Mr George Salender has had the sidewalk in front of his building ad- Â¬ joining raised and relaid and now for the first time in a long while pedestrians crossing the bridge have good walks to pass over on Now if both sides of the street the city will have that iron fence on the east side of the street at the end of the bridge repaired and the sidewalk run out to it everything on that end of St Clair will look neat and tidy Â¬ bereavement The people should see to it that ree Silver arid free roads are among the leading issues of the coming campaign The Courier may advise differently but Journal the C J is by no means an in falible organ Greshams note will no doubt have the desired effect The A OF Send stamp for official book WE OFFER FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn Georgetown acres situated on contain- pike 8 miles from Frankfort This Is very pro Historic Chattanooga Is well improved abundantly sup ing full particu lars International ductlveland water and Is especially adapted to plied with is The Convention of Epworth League stock raising schoolsneighborhood andexcellent all sur convenient churches and roundings attractive at Chattanooga next June The Queen and Crescent Route experienced workman Â¬ will make rate one fare for round trip Chas W cinnati 260 ACRE FARM Zell O D P A Cin- Â¬ nations will understand that the American fl ig is entitled to be and must be respected Americans are possessed of a large share of forbearance but when patience ceases to be a virtue they have an equally large degree of resentment Without any regard to party or class the people everywhere are praising the great Secretary for his prompt action in the Allianca affair As a Democrat I am proud that we have one man in the administration who dares to defend his countrys honor who dares to tell the pop gun nations on the other side Thus far shalt thou go and no farther W A Beckler N P A in Adams St Chicago 111 C A IUird T P A Detroit W W DUNNAVANT T P A Cleveland W C Rinearson G P A Cin- Â¬ cinnati O BIG FOUR ROUTE Best Iiine to tlio North and East All lines from the South make direct connections in Central Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the Big Four to Chicago St Louis IndianapoCleveland New lis Columbus For full infor- Â¬ York and Boston mation call on nearest agent or Â¬ FINE L1ND WITH GOOD IMPROVE nients situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This tarm Is well adapted to offered for sale stock raising or will raise line tobacco us well as ull othercrops suited for this climate Will sell on easy paytnsnts A GRKAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE A Malt House property on Mero street ThU property Is well equipped for malting or would make a line warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ lishment TPOT R P NT STOREROOM ON SEC-ond street South Side Tobacco Laud OFFKH FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES of line tobacco land near Forks of Elk Â¬ 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the renuii iug 125 acres in gras For terms call at our oMce or on H c Church agent on the 117 T Thorn Hill and on very easy payments only a small cash payment being required with the balance paid premises weekly TilRAME r COTTAGE FOUR ROOMS AT This property will be sold cheap OF horn FRAME ft find WILL BUY AEast Main COTTAGE qj 5 rooms on street jjj OF Â¬ adjoin Judge Drones property TAYLOR AND THE BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms sale on are on a good twenty foot street and These lots with lot ft 1 fiflO XUVU WLL of 7 67 by 150 feet rooms on Holmes street BUY ABRICK RESIDENCE FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi dence of 5 room u tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This land is In a high state ot cultivation the Improvements are In tine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at u bargain Q A T TTI WE OFFER FOR SALE OA Lirj a double frame cottage on Last Main street at a bargain FAD rvH 2- I V Bulldofus JjoUomptos Bottom Mrs J address A FOR SALE FRAME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS on Taylor avenue This Is good property and will bo sold on easy payments to you are Interested come tti right party If tfl Â¬ Greatly Improved The west end of the Old Mansion House building recently purchased by D L Haly is being overhauled and repaired the east side being fitted up for offices and the balance for a residence and when finished will present a handsome appearance The office portion has already been rented by Hon Ira Julian and the residence portion will make a good location for a firstdass boarding house A False Alarm Â¬ Allen Bright 1 Â¬ Frankfort this week Ollie Clements of Fallis visited E O McCormick DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr Ticket Agent Genl Pass is in Cincinnati O TWO quick i friends here last week Squire P E Kavanaugh Road Overseer Charlie Webb and Luke Kavanaugh went to New Castle Monday to attend the Court of Claims R B Graves was in Frankfort THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central trnoks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most L B MARSHALL 17 CO - Tuesday R B Graves and family visited R C Hieatt and wife at Swallow field Sunday 1 L Farmers hive taken advantage of the good weather to burn plant beds and make gardens Some person saw smoke which Fire broke out in the woods came from a chimney hanging Friday and did much damage de about the roof of Mr J V Gayles stroying a great deal of fence and drug store Thursday afternoon many rail which had been left in and supposing the roof was on fire the woods in ricks while at the turned in an alarm from box 2 same timi just over the river in Owen county fence was Quite a crowd gathered at once destroyed and much large barns two and the fire department responded one containing 10000 pounds of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder but the smoke had blown away tobacco Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma Â¬ 1 picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Linesand the South Side Elevated Railway Convenient stops are also made at Hyde Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Vestibuled Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Trafllo Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ F 109 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN mm that tha Quern ami Creieent Routt a u mllti shortut It between Cincinnati ami Lexingtons Muille jhorteit Cincinnati to Ilir ii milea hurtet Cincinnati tn Sow lrliin nilngham iiuiloiQorte4t Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jacktonvlll ilvrMa SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of the anoro jiolnts Throiuh Can to Vickabnnr anl Mirer Iurt ttuly liuu running throupli car Cincinnati tn KtioxvilU anj Aheflls X C Direct Una to Texas ami IKxiri U New Orleans or vU Shrvveort Ask ucnt about toun to California Irum LouliTilte Shelby vllle util Law miceliurir direct onuectlvu li uuJo at Lexington With wtltule4 train to ull IolutJ Suutri W C RINKUJSOY Agent Ciuiluaatl O Uenl Iaur QUEEN AND CRESCENT V ROUTE Lt rjpp X Wwtfl KJKPl T- JM fWfr3Fw531t3 H w J Prices Lower YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHING IN THE s DRY GOODS AND NOTION LINE AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU v When Starting Out For a Walk Try and make it n point to cnll and see the best line of WASH GOODS ever pnt on sale in Frankfort Beautiful Gingham at 8jj 10 and 12c All colors in the newest of Wash Fabrio Court Royal P K at ISc French American Percales 10 and 12ic The prettieRt of all Cali Dimaty SO dif ferent styles at 15c 10 and 12c Check Muslin 5 8 Q BeRt Cottons 5 and Â¬ Our 46 inch Imported Ser Black and colors at 50c would be cheap at 75c now 75c Best quality 46 inch silk finished Black Henrietta which always sold at For 50c you can buy 40 inch Novelty Dress Goods worth 65c and 75c 36 inch all wool Mixed Suitings at 25c Beautiful line Silk at 39c and 65c Our stock is larger this spring than ever and prices lower e in 1 The Hosiery Question Is very important to you When you buy HOSIERY go where they offer the best values for the least money We have great bargains to offer this spring Our Fast Black Seamless Hose in Ladies and Childrens at 12c per pair can not be beat We have for 15c Hosiery that always sold WEITZEL M-A-IiT fc O DONNELL STEEET at 25c We can sell you for 25c the 7c ML A fin- Â¬ STI best Hose ever offered 60c Lisle Thread Hose at 35c Our Hose are all guaranteed Fast Black or money refunded andJ LADIES RIBBED VESTS 10 12 15c Extra values IN IB COS HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES OS and everything need Â¬ ed on the farm is large V Our stock of imple ments is the best on the market Our line of vehicles is the est and our prices are the lowest Give us a Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MA9N STREET FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT with the thermoneter marking hi 95 Daniel Boone The St Louis Post Dispatch gives the following in regard to Daniel Koones history The house in which Daniel Boone died was the first stone dwelling house erected in Missouri During and it is yet standing few years of his residence the first in Missouri or upper Louisiana Daniel Boone lived with his son Daniel M Boone who had built a house in Darts Bottom adjoining the tract of 1000 arpents tfA granted to his father by the Span- 3m ish government This entire tract with the exception of 181 acres was sold by Daniel M Boone who had charge of his fathers business to pay the old Â¬ Â¬ JSvory fff Entered at the post sin second -- at FrankfortKentucky class mailable matter offlce in the shade or that a young lady who is too delicate to run a sew Â¬ ing machine in making her own GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub clothing can ride a bicycle at a four minute gait for hours at a FRANKFOBT APRIL 0 1895 time Taj- - Up Please A Biir Sheet sub- Â¬ Many of our out of town Mr J L Waggener has sent scribers who receive their paper a us from Atlantic City N J by mail are in arrears for one or copy of the New York Herald of two years subscription and a re- last Sunday containing seventy It is handsomely mittance is earnestly requested as two pages money is badly need at this office illustrated in colors and also in just now Dont wait for a bill to bhek and contains reading matter enough to run one a month be sent you but send the money A NiccTVulk right along without waiting to be reminded by a dun The contract has been awarded to Mr Ed Bosworth of the Capi- Â¬ Big Baptizing tal Artificial Stone Company for Rev J W Hawkins pastor of laying an artificial stone sidewalk the First Colored Baptist Church in front of the Cemetery grounds iu this city baptized 69 persons and has commenced work on the in the river at the upper wharf same Sunday afternojn who united Mr Mills Iu lioxliifjton with that church during a revival meeting which has been in progress Rev B Fay Mills commencd there for several weeks The ad- a revival meeting in Lexington on ministering of the ordinance was Wednesday Services are being by fifteen hundred or held in machinery hall of the Expowitnessed two thousand people as the wharf sition Building and the house is the hillside back of it and Arsenal crowded at each meeting Hill were full of people and Running Again several hundred gathered on the river bank on the opposite side of The Carlisle Distillery com It required only mence operations again on Monday the river also an hour for Rev Hawkins after being idle for about two about to immerse them as the cere years The O F C Distillery monies began about 1230 and will also be started up again in closed about 130 about ten days Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HAVE YOU TRIED THE J K IN Baker In Frankfort Usiiijr Arctic Flour H FLOUR THE WORLD THE BEST m Ilk Vr i vTriinniifin Ju jw Mm ji s nam JOT Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con- vinced -- JZSJL mans debts in Kentucky of Why Js It That when the weather is too warm for a boy or young man to do a job of work about the house for his mother he can play base ball all the afternoon in a broiling sun i which he had left quite a number upon his removal to the Spanish dominions and although his credi- Â¬ tors never would have made any demands upon him yet he could not rest easy tin il they were paid All his earnings which he derived from peltries obtained in his hunting excursions were carefully saved and at length having made a successful hunt and obtained a he valuable supply of peltry tnrned it all into cash and visited Kentucky for the purpose of pay- Â¬ ing off his debts He kept no book accou its and knew not how much he owed nor to whom he was indebted but in the honest simplicity of his nature he went to all with whom he had dealings and paid whatever was demanded When he returned to his family he had half a dollar left But said he to his family and a circle of friends who had called to see him now I am I have willing to die ready and nobody paid all my debts and travelers and tourists a via can say when I am gone Boone For of Jap mese Liver Pellets will be was a dishonest man found very convenient they quickRamblers 100 Crescents 40 ly relieve indigestion constipation to 70 all fitted with Rambler Fifty doses and sick headache VV The best Gayle Sole tires J 25 cents E J Roberts Agent Agent Â¬ Â¬ Patronize Home Industry Crique Germ Proof Filter The Best And Cheapest pil tei In Use It Will Make the Muddiest 4 By I Water Clear as Crystal I refer by special permission to the Executive Offices State National Bank Gustav Lafontane and J Luscher ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY Pasteur Filter for Sale Cheap 7o Telephone At Store No 74 AtGreenhouse A 3 Tube OW ESole Acrent Ann Street FAMILY tm If w HUT f f Standd 200 wear n u 250 SHUES LADIES Star OUR Ul 300 Pearl U SHOES HATS In Congress and Bals all style toes In all styles and you will have no others SHOES STATIONERY ZMZestgler FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT been peculiar I FRANKFORT APRIL 6 1895 IN EGYPT Rev George Darslc is Journey Â¬ ing Up the Nile but Dropped Us a Letter at Alex Â¬ andria The clay is bound for Egypt bright and mild the water smooth and a perpetual panorama of purple islands on our left enterThey are tains our passengers Soon we shall Ionian Islands the Â¬ March 10 1895 Bear Roundabout I am on the Mediterranean Sea Steamer Thalia see the mainland of Greece or that portion known as the ancient We were land of the Spartans We half in Italy a week and a thoroughly did up Naples pretty including Pompeii and Vesuvius and made a right good stagger at But of course doing up Rome Rome needs two full weeks to do it right and a whole month would not hurt It is the most interest While there ing city I ever saw are at the center of history you for more than a thousand years You can hardly step without putting your foot on a historic You cannot turn around spot without facing an Epoch making I cannot begin to tell of event But I must say a few all I saw words by way of contrast between Naples is the NapleB and Rome larger city but Rome is far the Â¬ W I narrow are well paved and clean while its great splendid buildings give it a metropolitan air which Naples cannot pretend to Naples is dingy and d rty and has a de- Â¬ cayed air about i which offends the eye of an American perpetu But the street life ot the ally people is more novel and at- Â¬ You tractive than that of Rome never weary of watching the strange turn outs the multifarious beggary the motley crew of dirty humanity that surges ceaselessly by you You see cows and goats driven up to the houses and milked of enough of the lacteal to fill the You see all mandaily contract ner of articles vended on the streets but of them all the seller of combs seems the most intrusive and insistent though you can- Â¬ not help wondering why the unkempt rascal koesnt use them on But in Rome there are himself fewer beggars though still suffi- Â¬ The people cient and hucksters and the do not seem so poor turn outs are far more stylish The fact is Rome would not suffer by comparison with any American city as to appearance But truth compels me to say that all Italy is a delusion and a snare to the tourist in March so far as It is keeping warm is concerned Of course cold windy and wet it never freezes to hurt Orange lemon olive palm and other But the tropical trees flourish means of keeping warm at the hotels are very scant Our party suffered more discomfort in Italy durincr their ten days there than they did all the previous winter at home It came near flooring me but it didnt quite If I ever visit againit ItaJy Sunny Italy shall be in some other month But of course this whole season has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ handsomer Its streets though soyoti are told have really never known a winter any where that was not peculiar It is a way all winters have I am glad to say that our party now numbering forty two are all in fair health and have shown themselves good siht seers The ladies who equal the gentlemen in number need very little assistance to get alongand our two conductors have said again and again that it is easy to explain things to people who are so well posted to start with We get better and better ac- Â¬ quainted with each other and I discover that each member is worth cultivating We are brought close very together traveling among strangers who do not speak our language and who drive us back on each other for social conIn fact we are fast becom- Â¬ verse and ing like a large firmly wherever we go we fill everything up whether hotel or steamer and make everybody stare at the easy way we take possession of things There are a great many advantages in traveling with so large a party and possibly some disadvantages though these are not manifest Son have given us con Gaze ductors who rank with the best and who took charge of us at Naples and will accompany us the entire round and see us em- Â¬ bark for home in England We shall be in Egypt Tuesday We shall evening March 12th the very next day embark on the the finest Steamer Memphis on the Nile for our three weeks That tour of that historic river is alway the best way to under- Â¬ Study the stand the subject ruins up the river at Memphis Thebes and Philse and by the time you get back to Cairo you can understand the Boulak Museum and the Pyramids and Sphinx Most as you could not before people go at Egypt wrong end foremost but we are going to try and do the thing up right this time It seems to me that I have been from home three months instead of three weeks I often find dear old Frankfort thrusting itself into My love to all its my thoughts people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m M COME NOW m AND BUY The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in this City 2wars2iall OUT gBL gggT -- TT -- TTlTd To quit business as we have to surrender our lease on our storerooms This sale will be continued until all our stock is sold SOWER Â¬ AHLER On The Following Lines Â¬ Â¬ school house for Tiger at Bloom for Cedar ington voting place school house Run at Purington The several precincts will be entitled to delegates as follows Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime Bald Knob One delegate Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe Bellepoint Two delegates Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wag Tiger One delegate ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows FertiBridge Two delegates lizers Steel Rooting Fishing Tackle Guns Blast Bridgeport Two delegates ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc Market House Five delegates Court House Two delegates CALL ON C3 Crutchers School House Two 12 U eg delegates Flat Creek One delegate MAIN STREET Forks of Elkhorn Two dele- Â¬ Telephone No 56 FOH REDUCED PAIGES M A COLLINS gates Five delegates Two delegates Cedar Run Two delegates Voglers Four delegates Total number of delegates thirty four Saml R Smith Chairman D B Waicutt Gas House Peaks Mill JACOB SWIGERT CO Secretary Insurance Â¬ George Darsie Ladies and gentlemen canvassers for standard goods Liberal salary or commissions paid For particulars ad Jress W H Porter 533 Court Place Louisville Ky Wanted 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel ESTORED MANHOOD Â¬ Â¬ 5 1 it A Great Offer DR Republican County Convention A delegate Covention of the voters of Franklin Republican is hereby called to meet in county Sower Ahlers Hall at 2 oclock on Monday May 6th p m 1895 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Republican State Convention at Louisville and to for the nominate a candidate Legislature Said Convention will be com- Â¬ posed of delegates elected from the several county precincts as they existed at the Presidential The election November 1S92 Republican voters of said pre cincts will assemble at their re spective voting places except as otherwise provided herein at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April on iSnC and elect one delegate - zs J o to the County Convention for every 50 votes cast for Hanison at the Presidential election 1802 and one for every fraction thereof The precinct meeting for Bald Knob will be held at Stoney Creek Â¬ Â¬ 1 MOTTS NEKYE1UNE We will send the Roundaiiout one year and The Louisville Even ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for 300 per year is the time to subscribe UlK-Hl- - AND AbTJ Jli USING My flFcr IV1 Sale Ty eozjlves fe A The trron t rpiueily for nervous prostration nml nil nervous discuses of theRonerntlvoorBnnsot cither h v such nVrvouslro it rut Ion Full liii or Iot Miihool Impotcncy Nleht ly KinlHulotis Youthful Krrors MctitMl Worry oxco kIvo hi of Tobacco or Opium which letul to Con sumption iiml Iiioitiltv With everv 8I nnter wuelvnn written irnnr ou ntHIUl per hoxll boxes iiiiteuieuro or retuml urn money Ilipsjfli00 inf MOTTUCUl3IICAICtlClevelantlOhlo 5c Â¬ PILLS baird fe ZDr-u-s-prist- s Htaitest honor b Worlds Fair ssife HR 5 7p a T fc -- f 5 CB CREAM SVk Jty an arrangement with the publishers of The Evening Post of Louisville J mn enabled to mike nil unorcccdented offer to the fitir-ipaper readers of Kentucky 1 ill send the - less than FOUR CENTS u week Think of it W PER YEAR a a a -- fe s A fe THE CHANCE OF LIFETIME xlfe w BAKING POWDER MnQT PPRPFfT MAfiP Apure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder ffm Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD Free LOUISVILLE fcVEiNinii POST bv ninil nost- ntlrt grm fTiri f fi aaa ntilrtm ti TCtiittmlrf ntm rnnr tnr V nt The jaw aaaaaaaaaava Wfaaaa vast is un a coiumn slavuuti uatiy vstunitsiteii in into tne leua- im afternoon iiuiinul ot Kcntnekv or hits tho full leuort of v- r i aWaHiHirii irvits mil luurtevir reports VilVw iiaiunnion umi VrnnUfort correspondence special telegraph wws from all Jrifc parts of Kentucky sporting news society raeiug choice mis- 5 ceUuuy and live political matter The paper used is clear and V VJf the type large and easily read Agents wanted write for terms ccSiWZi XOTJCi All persons who wish to take advantage of this JTKje oiler must make checks and money orders payable to is J iJOUiV lioum j 5JO Third t JouisvlUc Ky k a f n tJ afe -- k k iF 7jF iF iF U k k W 6 WSmSr BSMim nHtt k4uMfl kmi kmimiMM mk Tliis is wlxat I am -- grciaagr to lare people sa Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods i BUCKLEYS I am giving tinware away at present prices To close out my entire stock of china every piece in my large 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 1 v JOHN RELIGIOUS 1 11 Li ST- - BTTOEEJ iE CLAIR STREETTo Hear Mr Mills Arrangements are being made to run an excursion train to Lexington on Tuesday to enable all who wish to hear the Rev B Fay Mills to attend the meeting he is holding in that city Â¬ m M xa rjt m DEATHS OF THE WEEK Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ Bailey Mr Lycurgus Bailey lor the pastor will conduct public one of the most prominent and worship to morrow morning at 11 well-to-do residents of the Flat and 730 p m Creek precinct died suddenly at Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m his home at Baileys Mill on MonÂ¬ Baptist Church mine and Biiime Belling at Cost a stroke of appoplexy Rev W B Taylor the pastor pro tern will con Â¬ Mr Bailey was a very large man duct the services to morrow at 11 and the picture of health He and 730 oclock arose Monday morning feeling in Christian Church day from Advertised letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending April 6 1895 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 transient 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 Â¬ sient Fourth Place the postage stamp on the upper right hand corner and leave space between the stamp and directions for postmark Roberts Miss Ann Belker A Brady F G Shandie Alio Sutherland How- Â¬ Collins Eli Cornett Mr H C ard Demars Mr Tom Slaughter Mrs G C Hughes Geo R 2 Scott Col Robert Â¬ jffiSVL- - nvimmmmmmmmmwmm - mmw good health and spirits ate break- Â¬ fast and in a little while after was stricken death following in a few minutes He leaves a widow who is very ill and six children Catholic Church Rev Father ONeil will conduct the services at all grown Church of the Good Shepherd to in Corbin Died Hawkins morrow March 21 1895 Virginia Low mass at 730 a m High mass Ky 10 a m Hawkins daughter of Mr W B 3 p m Vespers at Hawkins and granddaughter of Episcopal Church Rev R L Dr J Russell Hawkins of this McCready the rector will occupy his county aged 16 years pulpit to morrow at 11 and 430 To day we sit beneath the Masters The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m Sunday school meets at 930 Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles 25 sets Buggy Harness Wagon Whips BackBands Traces 150 Halters Buggy Bridles Buggy Whips 200 125 Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 Saddles 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Also agent and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand H First Presbyterian Church Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D on His throne Our hearts with grief our lives with the pastor will conduct the usual gloom replete Sad and alone services to morrow at 11 and 730 oclock Abide there Virginia we will not will be celebrated at the morning CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer I i A Sacrament of the Lords Supper service rack Young Peoples Society of Christian Of all below Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the We wait till God to you shall bid us go lecture room To life of woe Thy spirit freed from fleshy toil and call back LK McCLURE DEALERS IN- - SON A re organization of the Spring Sunday school meets at 930 a m Hill Gun Club has been effected Epworth League convenes at 645 p for the season of 1895 with twelve jm in the ladies parlor or fifteen members The officers Southern Presbyterian Church elected were Richard Morris Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will President Geo L Payne Vice occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ C Mastin Secre- Â¬ ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as President John The club tary and Treasurer usual will commence practicing on the Sunday school at 930 third of May and will meet reguRev H M Polsgrove will preach at the Christian Church at Peaks Mill larity on the Friday afternoon of next Saturday evening at 730 and each week during the summer next Sunday at 11 oclock JOW Â¬ Methodist Church Rev F S Pol lett the pastor will conduct the ser vices at 11 and 730 oclock to-mo- r- Â¬ Ready for the Slioot Williams W H 2 Pain Frank Wall Mr John Robert Lizzie When calling for these letters please say advertised S B Holmes P M McCuan Lizzie W at Rev H M Polsgrove will preach Antioch Church this county on Dr E Alfred Hensley of this Wednesday and Thursday evenings city has been selected as the of next week at 730 oclock resident physician and surgeon of On account of the lengthy charac the new city hospital at Trenton ter of the services prescribed by the New Jersey and left Thursday Catholic Ritual for the celebration of Palm Sunday the blessing and dis afternoon for that place to enter tribution of the palm which is a part upon the discharge of his duties of the service of the day will com- Â¬ This is high compliment to the mence at 945 a m instead of 10 skill and ability of Mr Hensley oclock the usual hour for last mass and his friends here congratulate at the Catholic Church him upon upon having secured so Quick Work fine a position Â¬ Has Secured a Good Position Boots Shoes Hats Caps Y0PGS Books and f m m m m Ift M m m m V Â¬ Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys OJE EJJVJOYS Both the method and results when Stationery Black 6c Hursey DEALERS IN 4 S 5 Â¬ JmmWr VBmm f The building for the new ice factory of Messrs Sutterlin Suppinger has gone up on the lot on east Main street which they purchased from Mr S Black Mr S JC almost like magic Cryer the contractor has rushed it right along when the weather would permit and it is almost ready now for the machinery It is a substantial brick building with metal roof and well arranged for the business Mutiinioiiiul Mr James Kikuv - Dalton Kirby and Miss Lillian Dalton were married in this city on Wednesday by Rev H M Pols grove Johnsons Oriental Soap is far superior to all other so called medicinal soaps for cleansing the substitute skin and beautifying the com CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Two large caVes 25 plexion SAN FRANCISCO CAL V Gayle Sole Agent HEW YORK LOUISVILLE KY cents J Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kiud ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly heneficiul in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE HARNESS aqd SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF Â¬ Â¬ TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND innr 10 3ni CO NY 232 KTHST STKE3ET V m Vehicles Harness and Farm Implements COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM Avery Oorij Planters Haworths Corn Planters Corn Drills Disc and Shovel Cultivators i Buggies Hand Planters Garden Plows Double Shovels Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bicycles - Phaetons Surries Dusters Harness Saddles Collars and Pads Bridles Back Bands Whips etc n i 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 W 40 KY Circuit Court i BUGGY St HKRNBSS WORKS As- Â¬ The April term f the Franklin Circuit Court was opened in this Judge Cantrill and city Monday Commonwealths Attorney Smith did not arrive until noon and but little was done except impannel The and charge the grand jury following gentlemen compose that body foreman Wm A Pilkington V Berberich C C McEwan Furr W A Howard Ben Utter back B C Milam D M Woodson S Armstrong Jos Robinson David Nicol and J R Todd The following are the petit jurors for the term Scully Garrett R K Mc Clure W T Graham A B Bridges Wm C Bacon J Moore Bob Trumbo M Hogan F N Jeffers Jeff Hawkins Owen Robin- Â¬ Nicol R C son Sam Parrent H C Duni Gordon J Lawrence gan Wm Lutkemeier B Hamilton Jas Riddle Newt Mitchell M Webster G T Graham A W Overton O H Thomas Lester Terry James Carter and J D Â¬ tried and he was given five addi- Â¬ The National Educational sociation tional years in the pen Thursday afternoon the time of the court was taken up with the trial of Mose Love for cutting The jury Clarence Burbridge found Love guilty and fined him fifty dollars which he will likely serve out in jail Yesterday several minor criminal cases were disposed of Â¬ TO TEACHERS AND OTHERS INTEREST ED IN EDUCATION IN KENTUCKY T C KYTE A Former Resident of this City Dead u The sad news was received here yesterday that Mr Thos C Kyte had died at his home in LouisMr Kyte was for many ville L years agent of the L C N in this railroad now the L city and while serving the railroad in that capacity made many friends here who will regret to hear of his death He was a brother-in-laof Mr James H Â¬ Â¬ w Graham Cheap Excursion Bates Crescent Route The Queen announces reduced rates to the following meetings The Southern Baptist Conven tion to be held at Washington One D C May 9th to 16th fare round trip selling May 7th and 8th good 15 days for return General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian Church at Meridian May 16th to 28th Miss One fare for the round trip selling May 13 to 15th good for return until June 3rd 1895 General Assembly Presbyterian Church Dallas Tex May 17th to 26th One fare for the round trip selling tickets May 13th and 15th good to return until June 3rd Apply for full particulars to any Queen Crescent Agent or to A J Lytle D P A Chattanoo- ga Tennessee O L Mitchell T P A Knox- ville Tennessee Bir R McGregor T P A J mingham Alabama W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 V if A i SiS 5T Brawner Commonwealths Attorney Jno Smith came to this city on Friday of last week and had summonses issued or many of the young men who have been in the habit of running away to avoid going before the grand jury as witnesses and the sheriff caught about sixty of them before they had a chance to leave town Tuesday morning the case of the Commonwealth vs Joe New ton indicted at the last term of court for the killing of Jeff Lucas at the Forks of Elkhorn was taken up A jury was secured after some trouble and the examination of witnesses was begun the defense being represented by Holt Jas A Judge W H Violett and S A Thomas of this city and Hon W C Owens of Commonwhile Georgetown wealths Attorney Smith was assisted by Hon Jas Andrew Scott Esq Rodman and John W The proof was all in by Tuesday afternoon and the argument was begun Judge Holt opened for the defense and was followed by Hon Jas Andrew Scott for the prosecution Hon W C Owens closing for the defense and Mr Smith for the Commonwealth The jury was given the case late failed to Wednesday afternoon agree and were discharge by the Judge Thursday evening Thursday morning the case of Frank Chambers the negro convict charged with cutting Mr Anthony Noecker foreman in the chair factory in the prison was Â¬ Union Pacific System Sr Louis orj by either of the undersigned Letj the teachers of Kentucky take hold of this with a will and make the at tendance from Kentucky larger than that from any other Stute Â¬ ver Col At the last meeting at Aabury Park N J eleven thousand registered members were present in- Â¬ cluding many of the most famous scholars authors lecturers editors and scientists of America and many from abroad One hundred and twenty eight teachers and their friends from Ken- Â¬ tucky were in attendance at the As bury Park meeting but the attend- Â¬ ance at the Denver meeting should be double that number The attractions of the coming meet- Â¬ ing are so great and the expenses are so moderate that the greatest educational gathering that ever took lace in the world is reasonably ooked for Large sums have been subscribed in Denver for the comfort and gratification of all attending Excursions have been arranged to the wonders of the Rocky Mountain scenery in Colorado Utah and New Mexioo including the ascent of Pikes Peak a visit to the Great Parks the Grand Canyon of the Colorado and the Cliff Dwellers Homes The Southern Passenger Association have agreed to a rate of one fare for the round trip plus 200 member Â¬ ship fee from all points in Kentucky and the South to Denver Colorado Springs Manitou Pueblo and return Arrangements have been made for a special train of Pullman sleepers and chair cars which is promised to be the finest ever sent from the South to leave Louisville running through via the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern Chicago Alton and Union Pacific Railroads Illustrated pamphlets with full in- Â¬ formation in regard to side trips hotel and boarding house accommo dations in Colorado rates of fare from various points and all other particulars will be cheerfully furnish ed by J P Aglar General Agent Â¬ The National Council of Education will convene July 5th and the Gener Â¬ al Sessions of the National Educa- Â¬ tional Association will be held July 9th to 12th 1805 in the City of Den Â¬ Will buy a handsome Solid Oak 12 AND i Chesapeake Ohio Ry i i NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA WASHING i TQy BOSTON and all Eastern Citieg i Shortest Line between FRANKFORT i LEXINGTON and EASTERN i POINTS Time card in effect May EAST BOUND 13 1894 wsy Bedroom Suit I F V Express No22 MIdUnd Accom No 20 Vestlbuled Express No Mt Sterling Accom No Will buy a beautiful 10 SON 24 dally 28 dally ex daily dally ex Sun Lve Lexington 815 a 7 p San680p 110 am m M M WEST BOUND i Mt Sterling Accom No 27 daily ex Sun7 50a m Atlantic Express No 21 dally 1115 a m Midland Accom No 25 dally ex Sun p m Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 600 pm foltd Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 2G hours Frankfort to New York via this Arr Lexington 40 route SIDEBOARD In Polished Oak and Bevel Mirror at fl Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers J W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky HW FULLER CBBYAN Genl Fass Agt Asst Genl Pass Agt Washington D C Cincinnati R ROGERS a AMal4A al vppuoiiD Vfuuibuuuora aT - i H G MATTERS TUB- M M FOR A TRIAL MONTHS TO THC 50 In SUBSCRIPTION M H Plitniijlir 334 MAIN 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Lexington Ky Crescent Route will sell tickets at one and one third fare for the round trip from Cincinnati and from all stations in Kentucky April 26th to May Good till May 6th to return 4th Be sure to get tickets via the Queen Crescent Route Ask May 4th The Queen Weekly A CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Klegant tVaelies Hindu Cars Wagner Steeping Cars and latest improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars magnltlclently furnished with toilet accessories In each com pal tmeiit ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HKNRY WATTKRSON Is the Editor PRICE 100 A YEAR 1 fliHNiuciruiiiiimisfjAiMa M Mild fcXcxn Fimc The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes Sample copies of the liberal terms to agents paper and Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to ST LOUIS Cans COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Trains with Buffet Parlor hlesantOoaehes Dining Cars und Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars olid Vestlbuled Louisville Ky tU AKttM mwowh uja T tUOtO COHHU SIICCUHft w THE BOSTON cinnati llie only through Sleeping Car line from Klegant Wagner Sleeping Cars Cin Â¬ aents for particulars Chas W Zell D P A Cin O ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE ROUNDABOUT AND THE NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Elegant Coaches ami Dining Cars landing passengers In Positively New York City at iM Street Depot Minnows For Sale Silver perch and bass minnows Leave orders one day ahead if possible Apply to Caleb Mc Nally at his shop in rear of Gaines Livery Stable 31 SWEET CAPO RAL Weekly Couiier Journal Wlllbesentoneyeurto any address for 20T Â¬ CIGARETTE Tlat MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHCH RANDS COMBINED of Nu stood th Tut N0 FERRY TRANSFER Â¬ Puss Traffic Manager ienl Puss CINCINNATI it Dejl6 lyO l H Co Job work neatly exe cuted at this office tf o mccokmick assure our tickets read via Bid FOUR d b martin Tcket Agt XT mMMMmmM IIBr3 wMsar SPRING 1895 HATS CRUTCHER 150 250 500 500 400 1000 100 25 STAR SHOES 25c 50c to to to to to to to to to to su ia 45 ou 25 25 50 75 SPRING 1895 Jfiff HATS 9 My Have come to the front with a host of tempting bargains in Mns Boys atid Ohildrons Suits Furnishings Shoes Also a lire of Confirmniinn Suits T3ot mtyv All thfi Flastnr NTovfiltiFS in sTvriiiP wear Remember a failure to inspect our line costs you money I fc CLOTHING UP TO DATE Boys Blnck and Fancy Suits kneo pants Boys Black and Fancy Suits long pants Youths Black and Fancy Suits Mens Black and Fancy Suits all wool Mens Spring Overcoats Mens Fine Clay Dress Suits Mens and Boys Pants to 5600 FURNISHING GOODS to 1000 to 1200 to 1800 SHOES SEE WINDOW SHOES 050 to 075 75 Mens Jeans Pants best grade Childrens Knee Pants Mens and Boys Bicycle Pants only All the latest novelties in Childrens Suits to 1500 to 2200 to 700 1 00 Mens Suspenders Mens Unlaundrlecl White Shirts Mens Fancy Working Shirts Mens Liaundricd Fancy Shirts Mens Undershirts Mens Drawers Mens Strong Working Gloves Mens Driving Gloves 15u 0 23 If you are on the alert for the new things look at ours Large lot Childrens Oxfords sizes Misses Misses Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies S to 10C Sold for 100 to 150 Oxfords 11 to 1 Sold for 150 to 2 00 Tan Oxfords spring heel Patent Tip Oxfords Patont Tip Sandals Patent Tip Oxfords turn Patent Tip Oxforas cloth top Tan Goat Oxfords turn S H Oxfords to 125 150 Mens Dress Kid Gloves Mens Sweaters Boys Sweaters Mens and Boys Linen Collars Boys Shirt Waists 100 50 50 10 20 to 125 125 125 125 200 150 200 75 20 to 100 75 60 75 t t Ladies 100 TRUNKS BAGS TELESCOPES HATS 125 150 150 150 HATS HATS Trunks Bags 090 to 1500 40 50 25 All the latest novelties in Stiff Hats from 1 to 4 The latest styles in Soft and Crush Hats from 75c up Telescopes Trunk Straps Shawl Straps to 1200 to 275 to 50 75 Our new spring specials comprise all the newest styles side lace and button in light and dark colors and combinations Front and side lace in the finest grades of Vici Kid Three great lines of Mens Fine Shoes Tor reys Bannisters and Litchfields 350 sold for 500 to 6 50 The biggest offer we ever made you -- front 4 Zllpali April showers make the grass grow Gardening and visiting is the programme at present and Wm Wm McQuillen Hedges and family were the guests of Charles Perkins and family Sunday Reuben MooVe and family moved to Bloomfield last week C W Perkins was at Hatton Saturday on business Luther Moore was the guest of Jessie and Edna Phillips at Croppers Saturday s Miss Lulie Jones was the guest of Miss Ada Moore last week Luther Harrod of Croppers was the guest of Miss Lulie Jones Saturday evening W B Moore was in Defoe vicinity Monday on business Joseph Moore was in Shelby ville last week W B Moore was in Shelby ville last week F D Jones made a hurried visit to Hemp Ridge last week on business Â¬ 9 Mr Lycurgus Bailey died suddenly Monday morning at his He was home at Baileys Mill a prominent member of the BapThe re- Â¬ tist Church at Lebanon mains will be interred in the family burving ground at the old He homestead near his home leaves a wife and several children to mourn his death James R Duncan died at his home in this community Saturday at 12 oclock after being afflicted Several times for 25 or 30 years during his illness he was supposed to be at deaths door but would rally His health was very bad for the past year and his last serious illness was only about ten days He bore his afflictions life with Christian patience through and the remains were interred in the Lebanon burying ground after funeral services by Rev J He leaves a wife and A Peters daughter and a large number of friends and relatives to mourn his death Mrs Mat Whitman died at Jacksonville Thursday night after a brief illness of consumption and the remains were interred in the burying ground at Indian Fork She leaves a husband Fnday and several children to mourn her Â¬ Â¬ place is spending a few weeks with her uncle Mr Willis in Nicholasville Mr Josh Shaw was awakened the other night by the smell of smoke and an examination proved that the house was on fire but he succeeded in extinguishing the flames before much damage was done The trouble was caused by the cook taking up ashes in a basket and then failing to empty the basket The house was in- Â¬ sured Mr Thos L Postlethwait who accidentally shot himself in the foot has about recovered from the wound Miss Mattie Wainscott of Owen county is visiting her brother Mr Andrew Wainscott of this place Mrs Dr Pender has charge of the school here and Miss Ethelen Johnson is teaching at Grassy Spring Mr James Bond is making five gallons of whisky to the bush- Â¬ el of grain at the Old Taylor Distillery on Glens Creek Mr F C Goins expects to spend next week in Breathitt county on business Miss Leana Wilson and Mrs Klunker vitited Mr Jo Watts Sunday Â¬ IiOUIS VILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DR W I KELLEY TO THE CENTER OF OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 5810 hhds with receipts for the same period of 5557 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 50871 hhds Sales IN LEXINGTON KY ofthecropof 1894 on our market to this date amount to 54878 hhds We have had another week of im- Â¬ Saturday April 13 1895 mense sales of tobacco on our market Saturday April 27 1895 but there has been some falling off in receipts as compared with last week HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without suraito The market has remained firm operation an d wltu little or no pain throughout the week for all grades of KBEKHLNCES burley tobacco the demand continu- Â¬ W ing keen for the good grades with J AMcKee Hurdle Frankiort Ky bcott Frauktou Ky prices for such grades highly satis Â¬ Anthony Leach trnnkfort Ky factory to sellers J T btaten Frankfort Ky The following quotations fairly V Berberlcn Frankfort Ky p Uulott Benson Rev represent our market for burley to- Â¬ A H LMcClure Frankfort KKy bacco 1894 crop iV J Hughes Framtfort Ky DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CHICAGO -- FSOEaTIX HOTEL BY THE- - MONON ROUTE Louisville New Albany Chicago Ry Co Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers ar the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from the LEADING HOTELS Also con- Â¬ necting with Trunk Lines for St Paul Omaha fsw W LVS a Denver San Francisco -- Trash dark or damaged 1 tobacco Common Colory trash 3 Medium to good colory 3 trash Common lugs not colory 2 4 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory tin 50 00 75 2 75 50 00 18 Selector wrappery A Great Oiler 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 U0 Medium to good leaf 15 00 Good to fine leaf West Eiehth street Cincinnati and w here he may Â¬ be found etery day of each week except 5 50 DAYS Pamphlets describing thes SATUR disease 4 00 and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D 5 50 by addressing 259 W Eight St ClnclnnatlO 8 50 CONSULTATION FREE 10 00 15 00 18 3 75 DavM Moure Benson Ky JasM Withrow Frankfort Ky PR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 AND THE- -- NORTHWEST Call For Tickets By The m 8 00 00 22 50 and Mrs Wainscott and Miss Mattie Wainscott spent Sun day in Frankfort Prayer meeting will be organized here on Thursday evening All are invited Mr Mollie the Nightengale Hows ThisP made Subscribers to the Roundabout who are not takiug The Post now can avail themselves of this opportunity by addressing this office or writing to B G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville Â¬ nil rompluto in The Louisville Daily Post nrnil phckiu Kent yiuniL pioimul plaincio j rckace oa ruuoipt 0 lished every evening except day is offered with the Round J W GAYLE Sole Agont about at S3 per year The pncti 01 1 ne rose aione is J55 per year DENTAL - LABORATORY and our paper Si 00 making this the best offer of the kind ever Ovor Guy Barretts Nimvs Dpjiot pubSun- Â¬ Â¬ n PIGE OnDTssvAYF 11 k k nwluito in eifct q iitk to euro A pontile parent a 1nrfla iNJFCTIOK 1 tr 1 rtn T jSCozioaa- E H FRANK G 1 w LonlMU- HACON USED P Chicago D R A THE IMPROVED m n MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY mKETH EXTRACTFl WITHOUT 1 IJU11 with VI lied Air or local itppll iitlon Best Artificial Teeth 11 c tlon nre Tor Hxirwtini lil tetn are nnlMiHl nil ItllMlur without Allnork rtirranteu Vn I v In Cln u AUll p il when urUo In proiw Otier work F iI For silo by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposltt L A N depot Also needle- - oil etc for all Hewing machines a wharoofyour patroti- age solicited Dei jaCin fl Jim 5 ly LAWYEKM i the underHUriiwi Toledo O Iit Eggs for hatching from choice ortn Frank Chlmiat attorney We the undersigned have known 12 tf Mits JlAUVTDum Kv forj F J Cheney for the last 15 years and Barred Plymouth Rocks believe him perfectly honorable in setting of 13 S T Fortune all business transactions and finan Â¬ 23 3m cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ tion made by the firm For Sale West Truai Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Good second hand phaeton in BUCK EYE Walding Kinnan Marvin WholeÂ¬ Call and see it good repair sale Druggists Toledo Ohio IIuksev Black Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- - l 15 tf nally acting directly open the blood mild mucous surfaces of the system Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder CURES NOTHING BUT PILES Sold by all Prioe 75c per bottle A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder drujjgiats - A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Catarrh Cure F J CUENBYCoPrope The Capital Steam Laundry ex- Â¬ Will rpHE FAKM KNOWN AH THK JiUDLEY PLACE ecutes all ordeis promptly I ne of call for and deliver work at your sailles irtlmcltv limits JG5 I niuLfort on tli Ver plkorontttliliiK We offer One Hundred Dollars Re acres is for rent from March 1st 1MI5 to Murah 1st IPJfi Th placn is Telephone No 17 ward for any case of Catarrh that door well adapted to ceneral fnrniliii siock raising can not be cured by taking Halls and tobacco rowln and has mlvantaneM for Â¬ FARM F0fi RENT JVM CROMWELL jm A ll Attorney at Luw Frankfort Kentucky X-- dairy and marketing Also Heal Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts Of Kriltlklfn iiml thn mllnliilnr umHu and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase and sule of real estate collection of rents For piirtlruhns apply to claims and the negotiation of loans residence on Ann street IF J CHINN A Attorney nt Law I Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts Itoor Custom House Olllce second TABLERSDir rillD 8T10UIS D OINTMENT c TAB -9 TUB MISSISSIPPI VALLEY HOUTK osw e PlBlIIDliS ONLY ONE r i Low Kates death Mlllvillo Woodford County 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 Coughing palatable easy on the most deli cate stomach and effective known for ID years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES PreptridbyUCSABSSOlT Jin LHM ItlDK For all the ailments of Throat and Lungs there is no cure so quick and permanent as Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil It is SOLD BY AIli DRUGGISTS MED CO NKillTS iJ ly BEST IN QUALM LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS A JOST IN QUANTITY IS THK MOST PEHFECT SERVICE For Kent tMBS2v Miss Maggie Good of Richmond A house with seven rooms large who is employed as governess stable and buggy houseon Murray in the family of Mr James Goins street between Campbell and will spend next week with ht r Crops Apply to She will be parents in Richmond W J Hughes 29 tf accompanied on her visit by Miss Scotts Emulsfcn stimulates the appetite aids the digestion of other foods cures Coughs and Colds Sore Throat Bronchitis and gives vital strength besides It has no equal as nourishment for Babies and Children who do not thrive tnd overcomes Any Condition of Wasting 8cottBowneN Y Minnie Goins It you dont want good work Mr Ernest Klunker and wife don t try the Capital bteam of Lexington are boarding with Laundry 24 tf t tm George Wilson Mr Klunker Mr is the U S Government Store The Worlds Fair Tests keeper ar the distillery of Messrs showed no baking powder Labrot Graham so pure or so great in leavÂ¬ ening power as the Royal Miss Annie Johnson of this Â¬ WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREM FOR YEARS by to l3 MEMPHIS VI0KSBTJRG NEW OELEANS AND ALL POINTS EVERY Has led all WORM Remedies RICHARDSON KUIClkB South and address Southwest br BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD BY AII DRUGGISTS Prepared 10 ST LOOTS iVS tl r 1 Ilnteo Tickets and all information furnished Ticket AKent or any Hallway Co II not VP May ly Â¬ W J Trivellnu Pass Agent Louisville McBRIDB Ky Stndor JamiUi tn Scotts Jmuhion All Druggists 60cundl Im Job work neatly exe cuted at this office T B LYNOH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky WKm