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VBHl siSJai TlfflESaW The VOL XVIII Brilliant Man Frmkfort Roundabout A TaaV slaiV GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 8100 In Advanoe NO 32 - fiD FBMKFORT KY SATUEDAY APB1L Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report 13 1895 fi H DEATH Off GEN HARRIS COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS A Soldier of Two Wars nnd u W Mi n tit 5 J in VA m Gen Thomas A Harris who was Assistant Secretary of State The City Council met in regular during the administration of Gov session Tuesday evening Present Blackburn and later member of the Mayor and Councilmen Crutch the Legislature from Oldham cr Haly Heffner Ellwanger Mar- Â¬ and Trimble counties died Tuesshall Sower Tobin and Williams The Gantcmala Sell late W C Graves and intended day morning at his home Locust City Tax Collector Hallnan made of into Lodge near Pewee Valley Old- Â¬ for one his sons who went Several weeks ago a long arti- Â¬ his report which showed a final was capConfederate Army ham county cle was published in the Courier- He had quite an the settlement with the city and he tured and died in prison at Camp eventful career was a veteran of Journal in regard to Gautemala was granted his quietus Chase Ohio It was not com what a fine the Mexican and late wars and country it was the An ordinance providing for the pleted until aft r the close of the first distinguished himself while ease with which fortunes could be annexation of Bellepoint to the handsom- Â¬ made there land upon which a boy and a resident of Missouri war and was one of the Third Ward was adopted in county coffee He lived with his parents near est country homes Scott trees could be raised selling Ordinance providing for the rebeing of brick two stories high for Hannibal Mo a mere song the country offer- Â¬ when the Mor- Â¬ taining wall on Second street was with handsome portico in front And will say to you ing free transportation to emi- Â¬ mons were routed out of Illinois also adopted Mr and you can now grants from the United States When the citizens of Missouri The many friends of Â¬ The council then went into the Mrs Hatchitt in this city symparose up against Joseph Smith and etc A gentleman in this city Â¬ find one of election of councilmen to fill the thise with them in their loss seeing the article and thinking his followers Harris who was vacancies caused by a failure to gest then but sixteen years old got that if the glittering tale told by POST OFFICE CHANGE elect successors to those council the writer was true he would try together a regiment from about best selected men whose terms expired under Assistant Postmaster Craig Re Â¬ his fortune in that far Hannibal and led it out against away land signed and Has Ueen Suc Â¬ the law in November stock of goods Smith and his followers wrote to U S Minister Young at Under ceeded by Stamp Clerk Mr S T Fortune was elected as his leadership the regiment de Johnson uautemala Lity in regard to it his own successor in seen the First Ward feated a detachment of Smiths He received an answer a few days Mr Louis D Craig who has ago sayingthe whole thing was a and Mr J L Rodman was elected lower men and set them on their march been Assistant Postmaster in this fraud that the climate was un- Â¬ to succeed Mr J B Utterback out of Missouri Later on the from the same ward boy went to West Point from city for the past year last week healthy lands planted in coffee In the Third Ward Messrs goods see which institution he graduated tendered his resignation to Post- trees were selling at from S50 to Thos Heffner and D L Haly While at the military school Gen master Holmes and the same was 1000 an acre and it was not a were elected to succeed them- Â¬ Grant and Gen Buckner were also accepted to take effect Tuesday good country for American work- Â¬ selves there He commanded a regiment of this week Mr Alex Johnson men to come to as the daily When it came to selecting a clerk in the wages were from Missouri in the Mexican who has been stamp only fifty cents in successor to Mr J W Pruett office for the past year was pro- gold Our friend has concluded war and when the civil war broke the fun began Messrs Jno W fill the position made to remain in Old Kentucky for a Gaines and Steve Fuhs were Mo 214 Si Clair St next door to out he was given command of moted to of Mr while yet another regiment whose sympa- Â¬ vacant by the retirement placed in nomination and the roll R K McClure Craig which was a well deserved thies were with the South was called It is claimed by hardEaster Music He commanded the Confederate compliment to a faithful those who kept tally that Mr working and painstaking young troops in Missouri against whom Prof Wayland Graham organ- Fuhs was elected but before the man Mr Lraig has taken charge Gen Grant was sent when first ist at the Church of the Good result was announced Councilman of the grocery establishment of ordered to active duty in the field Shepherd has arranged the follow Â¬ Williams moved that the newly Mrs M R Haff which was his He participated in the battle of ing musical programme for the elected councilmen be allowed to reason for resigning and the posiLexington Missouri in 1861 services at that church to morrow vote This was opposed vehe tion made vacant by the promo- where he distinguished himself which will be rendered in elegant mently by Councilmen Miles and u u r m- t and later was sent to the CGnfed- style and contains the finest music Marshall but the Mayor decided r erate Congress from Missouri At unaer me requirements 01 me ever prepared for a church service in favor of the motion Mr Miles civil service law HOflHS HRK SHLQQN All the voices in the appealed from his decision and the close of the war he entered in this city THE BEST 200 choir are well trained and lovers his appeal was sustained journalism and for a time edited Rev Ben F Mills Dead The of good music will miss a treat if ballot was then taken over again the New Orleans Times Democrat Rev Benjamin F Mills who they fail to D During his residence in this city attend one of these Mr Fuhs receiving four votes to was raised in this city and lived services to morrow he was exceedingly popular with The music at Mr Gaines three and was de- - Soup from 10 to 12 also nice counter all classes being a jolly whole here until just before the war vespers will be equally as fine as clared elected Jome one come all iJottle lunch goods in pints and quarts a specialty died at his home in Western Kan at the morning service soulcd gentleman who always iir jas riaiinan was unani Next door to R B Jillson had a heirty greeting for all he sas some two weeks ago aged HIGH MASS 930 mously re elected Tax Collector TTy F f A T about seventy five years The de- Â¬ met Grand Italian Mass arranged from Hie ordinance allowing ttty 305 Broidwav Â¬ ceased was a minister in the Pres Masses of Donizetti Bellini and Frankfort Ky Physician Scott S96 per year for Mir o Gm HANDSOME HOME DE Â¬ Rossini by M A Gilsinn byterian Church a brother of the STROYED Kyrio office rent was refused its second late Dr J M Mills the well Gloria passage BLUE BflBSS The Residence of Mr Clay II known druggist of this city and Oredo Solo Violin It was decide to hold a special Hatchitt Burned an uncle of the great evangelist Sanctus meeting of the council to hear ap B Fay Mills who is now Benedictus The beautiful country residence Rev Agnus Dei peals for reduction of assessments I Q Q of Mr Clay H Hatchitt near conducting a meeting in Lexing VESPERS 3 OCLOCK lUwU on Wednesday night April 24 Newtown in Scott county was ton Domine ad Adjuvandum Millard Dixit Dominus Millard Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Attention Sir Knights burned Wednesday afternoon The Evolution Beatus Vie Millard Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Magnificat Millard and with a portion of its conSmall Fruits Asparagus and every Frankfort Commandery No 4 Regina Coeli Bollman Of medicinal agents is gradually tiUIUj for the orchard lawn and tents was a complete loss Violin Solo Ve son bufc Knights Templar will meet in Tantum Ergo V old time herbs pills Kde Millard relegating the sen at jirgt cost to tjie planter Straw- There was insurance to the amount regular monthly conclave on Laudato Dominum draughts and vegetable extracts to berry and general catalogue on ap of 10 coo upon the house and to Thursday evening next at 730 the rear and bringing into general l 115 The 2000 on the furniture oclock in Odd Fellows Hall use the pleasant and effective H E UlliLiLiUEi 1 fire originated in the roof from a KY Will be the fare to Lexington and liquid laxative Syrup of Figs To The regular annual election of defective flue and the house could Mar 93nJfXlNGTON officers will be held and other return on the Midlands special to et the true remedy see that it is have been saved had there been a important business transacted and Lexington and return during themanufacture by the California Meeting of Stockholders sufficiency of water at hand A full a attendance of the members spring races This comjng event Fi Svrup Co only For sale by man was gotten upon the roof but is requested Visiting Sir Knights the special train is an anticipated all eadjng druggists OF STOCK THE ANNUILtheMRKTINfi Hank THK Kentucky after throwing one bucket of water 1 liolihTMf or FaruiTs celebrity made famous by the courteously invited to attended will bo li lilat tlitlr Imnklnt hmw In tho city upon the flames the pump broke ot Frankfort on MomU tlio rti tin ot May heading 130 flat Why dont For Sale lSJS nt 11 in for tun miriioitf of electing Would Not Talk and no more water could be got illifctor i lor tint piludpil It ml ami brandies you furnish a map with your toervo fortheejr as leiiulred by tin charter CUI IIU LfV k UJ ll OUIWUll 111 ten from the well Mrs Hatchitt of tilt bank HUNT UltKKN Clark colored who JViV Orlando Cfililer Having engaged ill the ice FiiSKHur K Mmcli lsjj fort was in an upper trying to save was a witness before the grand I nnnrlrv fv business I will be unable to attend Tlii Crmit nl some linen articles when the roof jury Monday refused to answer Will f m saloon business and would ecutes all ordes promptly fell in and cut her off from the like to sell it before the 1st of rn nri iii- - un-L- n questions put to him by members nn Ma-Vstairway and she was compelled of that body and was reported to door Telephone No 17 F J Suitkulix i unkus cuutit cotmr St Clair br Frankfort ky John t shkki Waiium 237 to make her escape through a Judge Cantrill who fined him two 24tf IIKMIY miMKSlXr IlltlllllllK Sl l window on to a back porch and dollars and sent him to jail until Kggs for hatching from choice 7T AU IMIltSOXS HAVINT UIAIMS AGAINST Hi T of Sliitts v Wlltim or down a back stairway W untitled present their U S Govt Reports clitius Norton are Hereby required totin KtiMinboat morning Tuesday Barred Plymouth Rocks Si fori by iw on or to inc proven as The house was built just about show Royal Baking Powder befoieApillbth ltWJ S T Fortune Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder setting of 13 W H POSEY the beginning of the war by the superior to all others Mar UiWt Commissioner V 0 C A Pure Qrape Cream ot Tartar Powder Vacancies in the Board Filled and Otlicr Business Trans Â¬ acted ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ HAKTSTEI I H Has Returned From the Â¬ that and the lar handsomest Â¬ ever in Frankfort with prices than ever Come the pretty prsTEiij Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- iu ra Â¬ I I TV vTT j RIMES i sprimt 895 Â¬ 1 Jtt 11 1 X 1 I IV wrMicjii 111 1 9 le I C iiiiiiiiiyiWhiiiiilte X IS EBEBgaSSaEgBEaEgS3gasaG3gBE5ggSaSEggaaiE3EBJgggBaEBBBEgEgESBSESBgS3 CU Pn CJ rn arJ nn ua en ca Dont ibe XDiscoxireteecl If you have worn that old suit so long that p ou are ashamed to wear it longer come to us and we will sell you a new one for a small amount of money Tnere are 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 And a great many of them at all prices up to 5SKEgEgB3EBggEBB3g3BgigiESBBBBgBggBg5gg3S3gaggBBESEgBliE3 na cs ci ca ca cu ra ca rn ca CO w ra cu m ca ni ca u VOL A W ft ca isei i ra uu eg 133 cu en cu nci ua LIU rn cu MENS SUITS AS LOW AS 2000 500 ca ca ca Ea en ca ca nn SZFZEfcXZfcTG- - ra cu TX7 BR CO ca ca en ca ca ca COS ca cm ca ca CO cu ca ca BE ca en ca cacnnacacncarncciBincacaraEaccacacacanacnBncncacncacacnciicaracncaGarnra cacacacacDcacacacacucacucacucacucacacacacacucsicacacacacucacacucucucuca PERSONA HUDSON HUMPHRIES cacacacacacarncncaciacacacacncnciacncinrpcacscacaciacriciacrrararicl BLisJuuucuEuuuuacuiEucacuianHue ucucacaca CASSELL ca ca ca ca na cu Ji1 ca Miss Jennie Gaines has been visit Â¬ A CURIOUS DOCUMENT crowd the loafers off the crossings sient visitors in the town or city ing relatives in Covington this week whose especial address may be un- Â¬ on county court day Miss Annie Hale returned Monday Miss Lizzie Pence and Miss Lide Said to Have Been Found in Q is a policemans duty known should be marked in the left What from a visit to friends in Paris the Secret Archives ot the if he sees a saloon or business hand corner by the word Tran Managan are visiting in Lexington City Building Senator William Lindsay returned this week sient house open on Sunday Thursday evening from Washington Fourth Place the postage stamp A Miss Virginia Brown left Tuesday Editor To shut his eyes and Roundabout on the upper right hand corner and Mr John P Starks of Louisville afternoon for a visit to Lakeland and imagine that it is a church and The following is supposed to that the people are going in there leave space between the stamp and was in the city Monday on business Louisville have been given out by a young to worship God directions for postmark Mrs E P Denton of Bagdad Miss Emma Pence is visiting her member of the fire department to Brown Benj Jas H visited relatives in this city Thurs cousin Professor M L Pence in Q What are the advantages Baxter Eliza A Ryas MrMiss Affle Rucker show the reigning family what he of this method day Lexington Ky Baxter Mary W Kiddle Mr Ben could do in the way of telling A It is scientific Mrs B B Jeffers is lying very ill at We see Dempsey John Robinson Mrs E Misses Laura and Marie Arnspar secrets if he lost his place Rooker Mr Rubin what is only in our own minds Duncor H O the home of her husband on Broad- ger of Midway were the guests of OFFICIAL CATECHISM FOR YOUNG and if necessary can swear to it Deppner Ludwic Smith 0 B way Misses Sallie and Lulie Crane last Downey Lizzie 0 Spriggs Miss Em- CANDIDATES with a good conscience uammons Mrs ma Mr John M Rice and wife left yes- Â¬ week Maggie Steele E J Q What are the duties of the terday to visit relatives in Mt SterBefore any one offers himself as Mr and Mrs O Martin and Mrs Harvey Mrs Mol- - Suzemore Mrs ling Julia Scarce of Versailles spent sev a candidate for any position in the cniei 01 ponce towards tne gam- Â¬ lie Kitty Mrs Lucian Beckner returned Sat eral days last week with their niece city government it is important bling dens Jones Mrs Anna Stone Col Lewis A To notify them that they John son Miss Sal- - 2 urday from a visit to her parents in Mrs J V Crane of this county that he should be able to recite lie Thomas Mary must not shoot craps Danville but can Kennedy Mrs El- - Thomas Will col2 Mrs Fannie Zook of Louisville accurately the following catechism len Mrs J M VanDerveer returned who has been in this city since Mon- Â¬ as a guarantee that he is compe- play any other game they please Webson Miss Ef-Q Can the police find ouc Lawson Mr Hen- - fie Saturday from a visit to her sister in day returned to her home yesterday tent to discharge the duties exry Wilson Miss Flor- Louisville accompanied by Mrs David Miller pected of him in official position where the gambling rooms are Morrow H 0 ence A No excepting to tell them North Miss Surey Williams MreEmJ Miss Rose Crittenden returned Sun- Â¬ Rev Jos T Leonard of Missouri It can be recited to the mayor Penn Miss W ma day evening from a visit to friends in a Frankfort boy of half a century city clerk town marshal or chief not to shoot craps Quire Mr Burt Willis Mr M Q Upon whom are the police Russell Miss Jen- - Weitzel any of whom are ago has been visiting friends in this of police Lexington T B upon the to rely to help them not to find city and the scenes of his childhood authorized to pass nie Miss Sim rail of Lexington has been too much proficiency of the applicant When calling for these letters visiting Mrs Sam D Johnson in this this week A The county officers es- please say advertised city this week Dr W H Dade will be accompa Â¬ CATECHISM pecially the deputy sheriffs and S B Holmes P M Mr William Choate has been quite nied on his trip to Europe in June by Question What is the object bull dozing members of the Counfather-in-lamother-in-laand ill at the home of his mother on Todd his of city government cil Mr Aaron Farra and wife of Wood- Â¬ street this week Answer To take the best posQ What is the best way for a Miss Pearl Jessee of Henry county ford county sible care of the greatest number deputy to serve a summons for the Mrs E H Rankin who has been spent Thursday and yesterday in this Q What constitutes the great- Â¬ grand jury THE- spending the winter with her daught Â¬ est number in city government city with friends A He should have a trumpet No i and his friends A Miss Anna Bell Ohinn is at home er in Oldham county has returned to and proclaim Keep out of my How are city officers way from school in Cincinnati to spend this city and is visiting her son Mr Q or else send word in advance W H Williams on East Main street chosen the Easter holidays to the party Mr John Rump returned Wednes- Â¬ SomeA By hocus pocus Miss Mary Mason Scott returned Can you give an illustra- Â¬ Q Thursday evening from a visit to day evening from a two months visit times when there is no opposi- tion of a good city government He was tion they are elected his old home in England relatives in Lexington A Our present one is a daisy lf Vi Vifa liimVilir nlnanail rt anil MAIN Q What is the surest way of Mr Alex Szymanski who fell and poris having an exceedingly pleasant Q What must a good official 334 getting a place under the city do about his oath of office broke his leg last winter is able to time government be out again on crutches A Forget that he has taken Mrs Lillie Wheat of Alton has A To know too much for the Mr Will Zoeller of Chattanooga been visiting her mother Mrs E K How about his conscience Q N TIME TABLE li Tenn visited his brother Mr Choate on Todd street this week powers that be and threaten to A He must have none Ernest Zoeller in this city on Thurs- Â¬ being called here by the illness of her use it A M A M P M P M Is there any hereafter for Q SOUTH brother Mr Will Choate who was Q What are the duties of the city officials day No 17 NoJ9 No 21 No 28 some better yesterday mayor Mr Bert R Bacon of Louisville A No The Almighty in Lv Lexington 7lii 777 165 615 Mr W C has been A To draw his salary preside the judgment of the universe will 9K1 Yarnallton 212 686 came up Saturday evening and spent employed as Ourran whoclerk at the prescription Midway 917 227 60 over the Common Council and overlook Sunday and Monday with relatives in drug store of Messrs Holmes 9 25 Spring Station 235 667 the laws for their benefit 950 550 Frankfort 300 720 Baird in this city has accepted a see that it votes to pay the rent of just as they overlook the laws of this city Bagdad 102 617 383 71 similar position in a drug store at his office 1038 634 Pleaaurevllle 349 8 06 Dr Thos J Hood and wife of Maysvilie his old home and will re the city for their friends 1044 641 Kmlnence 357 813 Q Can you give an illustra1115 707 Lagrange 425 838 Oynthiana who have been visiting turn there the nrst 01 May 1135 733 Pewee Valley 448 tions of the benefits of good city friends here returned home Monday Anchorage BIG FOUR ROUTE 66 9 KB 1144 715 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w w Â¬ Â¬ H G MATTEEtf Â¬ Â¬ FMonaiher STREET FRANKFORT K 8 tf if v Jhst I I i r Jv W V1 f 0 ft Â¬ afternoon 1Mb ORGANDIES I in Lexington Sunday afternoon Mrs SheiTcr Richardson of Nash Â¬ ville Tenn who has been visiting friends and relatives in this city left Saturday evening for LaGrange Mr 0 A Nelson attended the meet- Â¬ ing of the Grand Lodge of Knights of nonor in iouisviue cms weeK as rep Â¬ resentative of Frankfort Lodge No 10 of this city Mrs Lyne Starling of Greenville Mississippi is visiting her sister-in-laMrs Lizzie Pepper on West Main street Mrs Lizzie Rice of Danville who has been visiting her sister Mrs T M Goodnight in this city has re- Â¬ turned home Mrs J P McHenry and son Mr Junius McHenry of Owensboro have been visiting Mr D M McHenry in this city this week Hon W M Beckner of Winchester came down Sunday evening for a short visit to his son Mr Lucian Beckner in this city Miss Bessie Wilfert of Mayfield who has been the guest of the Misses Hale on Second street for several weeks has returned home Miss Harrison who has been visit Â¬ ing her niece Mrs Sam D Johnson on Steele street returned to her home w French Organdies 25 cents per yard at Sam D Johnson Cos MILLINERY best stock of Millinery in the city Prices very low Sam D Johnson Co We have as usual the largest and CHALLlfcHALLI 37 14 cents per yard for best French Challi 32 Sam D Johnson Co Dont Tobaeco Spit or Smoke Your liife Away Tho use Brace up nlcotlnlZKl neives eliminates nicotine poisons mukes weak men Mln strength weight and vigor Positive cure or money refunded Book at druggist or mailed free Address The bterllns Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph SrjNew York lOSpruceSt OctC ly c truthful startling title of a book about tli onl harmless ouauantkeu curt If jou want to quit and cant Epworth Jjcaguers official book Historic Chattanooga containing full particu lars International Send stamp for Â¬ Convention of Epworth League at Chattanooga next June The Queen and Crescent Route will make fate one fare for round trip it benefits real es- Â¬ Best Tjine to the North and East The Mayors room rent tate All lines from the South make which formerly cost 8oo per direct in Central connections month is raised to 1200 a clear Union Station Cincinnati with gain of 50 per cent through trains of the Big Four Do you know any other to Chicago St Louis IndianapoQ duties of the Mayor besides those lis Columbus Cleveland New mentioned York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ Yes to be so engaged mation call on nearest agent or A with professional duties as not see address any infraction of the city laws E O McCormick Q What are the duties of the DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr police Pass Genl Ticket Agent A To draw their pay and tell Cincinnati O the people to make your complaint Advertised Letters at Frankfort Would it be right for a Q Kentucky policeman to arrest without com Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ plaint A Oh no it might lose tised letters for the week ending April 12 1895 some one a vote Q Are not policemen paid to Persons calling for letters in tho following list will please say that enforce the law they were advertised otherwise they A Oh no They are paid for their services rendered before may not receive them Free delivery the election and for what they are of letters by carriers at the residence expected to do in the next city of owners may be secured by tho observance of the following rules campaign First Direct letters plainly to the Q Can you think of any other street and number house of duties of the police than those Second Head letters with the mentioned writers full address including street A Yes to protect the gam- and number and request answers to blers and saloon keepers and see be addressed accordingly that the ladies and citizens do not Third Letters to strangers or tran- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ government A Yes Ar Louisville 1219 812 M 520 M 936 A NORTH Lv Louisville P M P No 18 No 20 No 22 Anchorage Pewee Vulley Lagrange Eminence Pleasurevllle Bigdail Midway Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton 1021 1045 1055 1111 1130 735 811 824 850 926 913 949 50 86 6 05 826 635 10 03 410 433 448 516 542 620 654 700 733 758 866 920 929 946 606 621 640 428 460 456 609 535 569 830 402 410 m m I No 21 will stop at Anohorage and Ohristiaiiriburg passengers fur for Lexington and points beyond Nob 17 19 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Nos 10 uud 21 connect at Anohornire for Bloointieiu Krauoh 9 CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For answer and an honest opinion wrlto to IUNN CO who have bad nearly flhy year experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A li anribook of In formation concerning Patent and bow to ob- tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent freo Co receive Patents taken through Munn special notice Intbe Hclentlflc American and thus are brought widely before the public with Â¬ out cost to the Inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated baa by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the world S3 year bamnle couies sent free Building Edition monthly flfiOa year Single copies MS cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO NEW YOBK W COPYRIGHTS t StJl BROADWAY OMlSsi gxui nnnnnrijartrinruiJTJUinnrija itmiruTrijTrcriruirtrirmnnxinj Eggs Act it L xf m PS I innn We have mi uihIIoss variety of Novelties V i Timekeepers things appropriate to the Easter season For instance a set of Silver Markers for a prayer book is a delicate and inexpensive reminder of this festal time Of course if you want something more extensive we would point out to you our Silver mounted Pocketbooks 5 or per naps a oiiver mouiiLeu aniau ui xvxlxxui io wxxat yuu g are looking lor thminnnnnnminnjxrirLririjuajmrinnnji Plenty of Timber An exchange says there are thousand logs on the Kentucky river between High bridge and Frankfort all of which were brought in by the late tides If this is so more of them might be dropped down to this city where most of our mills are idle It seems that for want of timber work among thieves have been at the logs above referred t representing as Mr Eubanks Ashr Brothers at Ford has been in this city looking up logs belonging to his firm and claims to have found quite a number from which their brand was cut and expects to get the parties into trouble who brought them here sixty-s- M A wTnTt Lft suitable for r R m if r And when youve said that about our watches theres enough said Now lets tell about some of the other things we keep E aster -- O Selbert Jeweler 233 St Clair fcl LtoJE EXT no Ms L Â¬ and lij Hi The Leading Lf- - L TC Street uuo OS even Â¬ 1 1 1 ffiJl Ii it H lv K for sale Going Into New Quarters The Masonic orders of this city Lodge Chapter and Comman dery have rented the third floor of the old Yeoman building on St Clair street the rooms upon which will be comfortably fitted up for their occupancy and they will move in about the first of May mi m sy There seems to be just at the present time quite a revival of interest in Masonry and many young men are joining the order At the meeting of Hiram Lodge Lodge on Thursday evening the Entered Apprentice and Master Mason degrees were conferred and two applicants for the Fellow Craft degree examined and laid over for want of time to do the work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Colonel Gets There I w 1 At the municipal election held at Voungstown New York on the ioh of March our former Col Ed C Went was re elected treasurer of the While the election was town exciting and the vote split up between the candidates on the three tickets in the field for other offices to be filled Col Went got the vote of everyone who went to the polls In fact they just made it unanimous for Old Kentucky and he went under the wire with out turning a hair fellow- Miss Fay Redd of Frankfort spent from Friday till Monday Regular services at Buck Run with her cousin Miss NarcieShaw Rev near here last Saturday and Sunday S C Mitchell pastor Honey Suckle Rev J H Burdin ministers to Graefenburg Shel his charge at Rev J D Reed filled his Aby county to day and to morrow ppointment at this place Sunday at the usual hours afternoon at 3 p m Rev J E Nunn of Shelby Miss Annie Reed has opened county has been in our midst sevher spring school at Harp We eral days this week wish her success Rev J K P South has been Farmers are very busy but find called to the pastorate of the Chris- Â¬ time to grumble about the weather tian Church at this place As it is a rule The cool wet weather of the That man is a foul When it is hot he wants it cool past two weeks has somewhat reWhen it is cool he wants it hot tarded the progress of farming Always wanting what is not And is never pleased From present indications a larger With what hes got crop of tobacco will be cultivated We are very sorry that Miss in this section than any year preMocking Bi ds judgment was so vious defective in regard to the Stoney The circuit court has been the Creek girls for we are sure that means of calling a number of our some of most beautiful specimens citizens to Frankfort during the of feminine perfection of which past two weeks our Commonwealth is so proud Miss Bertha Estes has returned are produced on Stoney Creek from a visit to relatives at White As Miss Mocking Bird failed Sulphur Scott county to locate Quality Corner we will It U about one Mrs Sallie Burdin has been on attempt to do s a visit to her sister Mrs Ollie mile east of Mt Zion Church Scantl nd at Farmdale since our three miles north of Benson one mile south of the New Castle last report road down midst The fishing season has opened field behind in the Will of an oat Mr Sudduths in good earnest Some very corn field nice strings have been takn from both Silverlake and Wood As we were oing to town not lake very long since by chance we y of Mr Maurice Mar- Â¬ came in contact with an animal The death tin at his home in Louisville re- from Stoney Creek something cently is a source of great grief similar to the one that was shipped to his many friends and relatives to the Roundabout a few weeks ago He was under headway of in this county steam and was making a 240 gait Misses Mary and Laura Arn for Miss Mocking Birds who re sparger of Midway have been sides in Quality Corner We bevisiting in this section several days lieve this is a fair sample of the this week masculine beauty of which Miss Miss Jennie Goddard gave a Mocking Bird was peaking in her social at ner home last Saturday last epistle evening The occasion was one We would like to ask of the of rare enjoyment to all present Zilpah correspondent if there is Miss Lutie Forsee has returned anyone residing in his community home from a visit to her sister except Moores Old Blue Jay Mrs Penn in this burg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forks of Elkhorn 8 MARSHALL CO Real Estate Agents OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Vl FOR SALE FOR SALE Blacksmith OFFER FOR WE property on St SALE THE BUSINESS AND now STOREROOM Side RESIDENCE ON TODD by Flncel Bros This Clair street best occupied Is one of the Tills is desirable prop Â¬ business locations In the city the lotls more than feet erty aud Is offered at u barilla front by 95 feet deep and besides the larse storeroom has n comfortable dwelling of sfc rooms In the second and third stories This Is valuable property and will mike 11 tlrst class In Â¬ vestment FOE RENT TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDFNCE3 OF rooms each on Main street South Frankfort Just erected by Dr Reynolds THE FOR SiLLE Property FOR RENT VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE OF FIVE rooms on Shelby street South Frankfort PROPERTY AT THS BLACKSMITH Including a frame THEÂ¬ of Elkhorn resi dence of four rooms with necessary buildings and ten acres of ltnd Is offered ut a bnnraln This Is the only shop now In operation at that place and will command a good trade lf run by an experienced workman Garden Property To a satisfactory party will sell 01 easy weekly payments tlllery FOR SALE A FRAME WE OFFERacres of land near SprlmCOTTAGE Hill DU two 4 GREAT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE A Mult House property on Mero street This property Is well equipped for malting or would make a tine warehouse or niiuufncturlng estab lishment Â¬ x1 VXV XV TH on lTrP storeroomSouth sec ond street Side FOR SALE V Â¬ 600 WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF rooms on East Main street U1 WIT11 OF GOOD OF 81 OFFER FOR SALE R1 A T lunja A FARM citynowACRES Frankfort- LAND the pait Twit y I T WEdouble frame cottage UmlH of In the OAJJLU a bal on East Mam street at a bargain mid under culilvatloii of this land Is 11 this tract there Is ance Is gool crazing land ulsou iiumtlty of Hue tobtcc land jnD Jj yjix South Side DinvT xIJCjiN WIL1 dence RK81six ioom street on Clinton 260 ACRE FARM FINE UND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is offered for sale This farm Is well adapted to stock ralslnu or will rilse line tobacco as well as othercrops suited for this climate Will sell all on easy payniants ffiCftn foJJJ BU YOU A KRVME tasre of 3 room on Second street COT FARM FOR SALE OFFER TyE110 acres Â¬ FOR SALE A -townsman A Small Fmnily James Sosby of Nicholas county is the father of eleven children and the eight youngest will not average thirty seven pounds each All of them are said to be in fine health Â¬ House und XiOt Sold Â¬ Mrs Loulie Morse has purchased irom Mr L B Marshall the Fallis property on North Wilkinson street Xi 1 1 If a rick of wood is 8 feet long The best work in town is done and 3 feet wide how high must it at the Capital Steam Laundry Now let be to measure a cord wide awake boys and girls the send in their answers A wedding is anounced to take place in this vicinity not many months hence At least so says the ever knowing Madam Mrs J W French who has been in very delicate health for many months we are glad to an- Â¬ nounce is some better this week Mr George Goddard left for Lexington a short time since where he is now engaged in busiUiUnOUIUU RUirUIMKimlMiJMIIIl H p ness Mild WXTBriiJi Mrs Lou Lawrence has returned to her home at Monterey Owen m aheuui uiucocwMtsutetsum county from a visit to her brother Mr G M Brock and ABSOLUTELY PURE family THE OLD REUABLE Dr R C French has returned home from North Carolina CAPO RAL where he has been for the bent fit He feels he has of his health been benefited by the trip Hm steed the Tut el Time Miss Lutie Forsee of Peaks BOLD r RANDSTHAN ALL OT COMBINED Mill was the guest of her sister Mrs Penn the first of the week Dec 15 1 yO P ttCo Â¬ FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF cated ti miles from Frankfort on a good situated on the JeTKetortii turn Â¬ turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ pike Smiles troin rrankfort This is very pro dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and ductive land ti well lmproed abundantly sup Â¬ This land Is plied with water and Is especially adapted to allother necessary lmprmenients stock raising The neighborhood Is excellent In u high state of cultivation the lniproeiiients churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ are In line condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain roundings attractive L B MARSHALL CO 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mcani that the Quern an4 Creietnt limit Is it mllci thottesi between Cincinnati tul Lexington S3 miles shortest Cincinnati to Wr mile shortest Cincinnati to New Orleim lniuilUnliortett tniuihams Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jackiourill Floriia y SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of tho atmvo points Through Tar to Vlcklnr anl Mirere Only lino running through tun Cincinnati to Knoivlllo ani jiort AihevlKe S C Direit lino to Teiuunl Mexiio u New Orleans or Ask uenta about tours to Californi i lrom Ioulsillle via Shreveport Phelhyvlllo an t Iareiicelmrg illrvtt Ioumctivn is laiJo at Lexlugtoa With vtlluKa trains to all puiuti Soutfi W C ItlNEAKSOy Genl Iaisr Agmt Cincinnati O SWEET CIGARETTE ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v I jN t a jris - -- i Tl k yii va i 14 v vswzzm iBKxmMuumimmmmfMMXrsmitYAmiGmmmMrMmLKsTQzmiLf KE3BwKMBKWKfilKwHKmwBttNBKtSutffljiB9i JSSBalaJllMlMilffiBffl KS8lvJu mimmm m Prices Lower YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHING IN THE DRY GOODS AND NOTION LINE AT PRICES THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU When Starting Out For a Walk Try nnd mnko it a point to cnll nnd see the best line of WASH GOODS ever put on sale in Frankfort 10 and 12c Beautiful Ginghnm nt All colors in the newest of Wash Fabric Court Roynl P K nt 15c French American Percales 10 nnd 12jc The prettiest of nil Cnli Dimaty 30 dif ferent styles at 15o Check Muslin 5 8J 10 nnd 12c Best Cottons 5 G and IKc e in Black and colors at 50c would be cheap at 75c Best quality 46 inch silk finished Black Henrietta which always sold at St now 75c 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 Our 46 inch Imported Ser The Hosiery Question Is very important to yon When you buy HOSIERY go where they offer the best We have values for the least money great bargains to offer this spring Our Fast Blank Seamless Hose in Ladies nnd Childrens nt I2J3C per pair can not be beat We have for 15c Hosiery that always sold nt 2Gc M n ft T x 8j Â¬ WEITZEL M-A-IiT fc ODONNELL STIKIEIEIT COS MASTIN BROS HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES for 25c the best Hose ever offered 60c Lisle Thread Hose nt 35c Our Hose nre all guaranteed Fnst Blnok or money refunded LADIES RIBBED VESTS 10 2 and 15c Extra values We can sell you 4 1 y w r Our stock of imple- Â¬ and everything need Â¬ -- ments is the best on ed on the farm is large the market Our line of vehicles is the fin Â¬ est and our prices are the lowest Give us a k - 54ftt f If J28 r Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere V- - harness saddles gear iSi Wt K is i NEW STORER in M ON MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Bntwed at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 13 1895 Council Developments The City Council meeting on Tuesday night developed an internal spirit of faction that may account for some things in the past and more in the future Messrs Haly Fortune Utter back and Heffner have been holding over Â¬ Â¬ f I a since last November under the custom of the old charter that allowed councilmen to hold their seats till their suc- Â¬ cessors were elected and qualified The Republicans couldnt find anybody who was willing to take the chances of being elected and holding seats in a body whose title as they claimed was tainted So they didnt nominate anybody The Democrats didnt nominate anybody for probably much the same reason At least no one So the gentlemen before ran named held over The Court of Appeals having lately ruled that an election must be held to fill the vacancy where the term expired in November it was judged necessary to go through with the performance of electing these gentlemen over again so to Â¬ speak All went smoothly enough in the cases of Messrs Haly Fortune Mr Heffner but when and Utterbacks name was reached Mr Joseph there was a hitch was elected in his place Rodman The invidious distinction crept to the front Mr Utterback was served with a notice to quit was not a case of new election or ordinary vacancy with candi Â¬ dates on an equal footing It was make legal simply a proposition to what otherwise was a little irregu- Â¬ lar Advantage was taken of the occasion to show Mr Utterback the door Our information is that Mr Utterback has made a most excellent councilman that he is a gen- Â¬ tleman of good sense discretion and judgment It may be that is what is the trouble At least it would be apparent tj anybody who can see through a pane of glass that Mr Utter- Â¬ back was in the way of somebody or something or else he would not have been given the grand bounce on this occasion only Then again a successor was to Mr be elected to Mr Pruett W Gaines was named beJohn cause he was on the ticket declared successful at the council election but not having been in the ward long enough he was ineligible Now he has grown up with the ward to the necessary height but Mr Stephen Fuhs was deemed the more available and Mr Gaines was about to be declined when it was proposed that Messrs Haly It Fortune and Heffner vote was understood that they would give Gaines the majority but the opposition led by Messrs Miles and Marshall opposed their being allowed to vote They had been vocing for six months or more but suddenly it on this occasion was concluded only that they had better quit Mayor Julian decided they could An appeal was taken and vote Messrs Haly Fortune and Heffner 4being like Paul at Rome in the appeal was sustained prison Â¬ Â¬ It and they were dumb during the Gaines head fell in execution the basket and Mr Fush was declared a councilman in full regalia All this extraordinary perform- Â¬ ance has a meaning What is it Â¬ Every Baker In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour HAVE YOU TRIED Jjfll I M If Think BRAND THE CLAIM AS FALSE THE J E H FLOUR THE BEST IN THE WORLD Worlds Fair Oillcials Expose a Pretender to an Award Chicago III One of the odd r i Y3itripnrit7P results of the Worlds Fair is the Xr XIV is claim now made to awards by -some who were not even exhibitors J345Z Officials of the Exposition have not as yet taken final action in the matter believing the quick wit of the people will detect the spurious But to the case of a claims New York Baking Powder that He brands the has been directed claim of this pretender as false declaring neither the records of this department nor the official The public are invited to call and inspect the beautiful plants to be catalogue of the Worlds Columfound in my Greenhouses I have all the latest plants in culbian Exposition show that this tivation consisting of all the newest roses viz New York Company was an excould not hibitor consequently it receive an award at the Worlds WOTTON Fair Thos who fairly won their MAD CAROLINE TESTOUT honors at the Fair seem disposed KAISERIAN AUGUSTA VICTORIA 10 treat this fraud as any other AMERICAN BEAUTY The fraud should be treated Price Baking Powder company of BELLE S1EBRECHT having received the Chicago CRIMSON RAMBLER highest award say they are conclaims and those of vinced their I have also all other holders of rightful honors My line of Chrysthemums embrace the latest novelties will be fully vindicated by the at all times a large stock of all kinds of Geraniums public Heliothropes Fushias and Begonias Sk fir fe 3 Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con- vinced vPI f IP rVi H Patronize Home Industry FLOWERS FLOWERS 1 v M I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 8 M Â¬ Getting Up Higher Â¬ The electric light poles in the central part of the city are being replaced by taller ones so that the wires can be raised above the tree tops which have caused the current to ground in many places and render the light defective E POWER -- Â¬ nsnsr Telephone At Store No stebet 74 At Greenhouse 75 i 3 l m MEN WEAR OUR Star Pearl standd 2 00 250 300 1 KS2 SHOES SH9JMS7 In all styles and you will have no others In Congress and Bals all style toes SHOES STATIONERY HATS auCeELSHex FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 13 in their search of needful exercise and restoration 1835 sK H THE BICYCLE i A Few Points on the Benefits Derived wltli Suggestions that It Bo Encouraged as a Health and Moral Agent w The bicycle has come to stay and like all progressive towns Frankfort should accord it a hearty welcome It furnishes a numerous body of men and women who could not afford to keep a horse and carriage the means of obtaining the recreation and pleasure of A a daily ride into the country fascination for the fondness and swift speeding machine not unlike the Arab for his horse takes hold of the owner and impels him or her to mount and flyaway from the dull never ending cares and responsibilities of the day into the happy land of forgetfulness and rest The lungs are kept inflated with pure fresh air and by a gradual increase of chest expansion the blood is enriched and given a and life quickening restoring power the health lift user in a room or the walking crank conÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RU fined to a few miles on a road in an afternoon need never hope to attain Many of the inexperienced ignorantly contend that only the muscles of the lower limbs are de- Â¬ veloped but wheel people know that in climbing elevations in maintaining the proper position on the saddle and constantly guid Â¬ ing and moving the hands from left to right or right to left on the handle bars there is hardly a muscle in the body that will not in the course of a three mile run on a turnpike be brought into play and strengthened by the daily use Again aside from the health pro moting exercise it gives the wheel is a moral agent which draws along with it a great many men young and old who might otherwise find their highest pleasure in the resorts of street loafers or saloon frequenters and on this account if for nothing else ft should meet with encouragement by the good people of Frankfort who desire to witness an improvident in the general health and With the de- Â¬ morals of the city mand for wheels all over the coun- Â¬ try so great that orders cannot be filled and the thousand of women in large cities increasing to tens of thousand riding upon the advice of their family physicians and after the example of the ministers of the churches and their wives it is quite provincial indeed and clearly evidencing a need of travel to obtain a knowledge of what the world is doing for anyone to frown upon the advance the ladies are making here to keep pace with the male portion of mankind Â¬ Â¬ And this leads to the matter of sprinkling or flooding the streets with water at five oclock every afternoon rendering them impassable and dangerous to the life and property of the bicyclist that may pass along such streets Why could not the water company allow the water to be sprinkled not flooded two or three times a day and not have it all poured out at one time to keep the dust laid for twenty four hours It would appear the most sensible way of accomplishing a desirable result and still not waste any more of the precious fluid than by the plan now enforced by the rules of the company As long as the wheel people find enjoyment and health in their wheels and respect the rights of all who are obliged to ride in carriages or wearisomely plod along on foot they should not have their lives placed in danger by the unecessary slopping of the hose sprinkling cart Keep to the rght lay the dust but do not submerge it live let live and open your two eyes and two ears to the music of the whirring wheels and the chances are youll find it pays in popularity pleasure and patronage to show your generous feelings to- Â¬ wards the hundreds of people who will be riding wheels in this city before the end of the summsr Â¬ Â¬ JJ m m COME NOW m 3 AND BUY The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in this City iMetrslistll lives- jffS To quit business as we have to surrender our lease on our store ooms This sale will be continued until all our stock is sold SOWER waited patiently the arrival of the speaker At 835 Col Breckinridge appeared at the dress circle of the entrance and with his wife walked down to the box entrance They were recognized and apÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ AHLER On The Following Lines Â¬ Â¬ FOS REDUCED PRICES Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime plauded Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe He then launched out directly Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wag his lecture which was uni- Â¬ into ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Ferti- Â¬ versally pronounced a perfect gem lizers Steel Rooting Fishing Tackle Guns Blast subHis of thought and oratory ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc ject was handled so clearly and forcibly that it was a pleasure 5C JfC 5fJ 5j There are hundreds of people here who would be riding wheels if they had some one to teach them as they do in Louisville where they are not required to obligate themselves to buy a wheel but simply asked to be present at designated places in afternoons or nights when a teacher will be tnere to assist instruct nnd ex Â¬ plain the delights and advantages of the particular wheel sold by his agency These enterprising agents know that the more people there are who know how to ride the greater the demand will become for wheels and nine times out of ten the learner on a certain kind of a wheel and under full expla nations by the teacher is certain if he buys to select that particular Once to learn how to wheel maintain an upright position and to cause the pedals to take you a sailing over the ground like a bird under wing and the rest is only a question of how to get the money to buy the wheel Â¬ to follow the speaker through the CALL labyrinths of history of countries and of men made light by the clearness of 4iis eloquence JJJ ON M A COLLINS MAIN STREET rt fi j 5 Telephone No 56 His reference to the great men of the country his explanation of how the influence of the times had brought them forward his history of the struggles of Henry Clay and Andrew Jackson his contrast of their characters and beliefs all went to make up one of the most interesting lectures delivered as it was in a most unostentatious yet pleasing style that it is rarely the good fortune of any one to hear m JACOB SWIGERT CO Insurance 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hotel Ladies PENNYROYAL PILLS especially recommend ed to marriod Ladies AaV nr DC IIOTTl VmmOTU mM and take no otho WT Send for circular Price 100 per box 6 boxes for 500 The only safe sure and reliable Female PUjXi ever offered to Â¬ A Great Oiler We will send the- Roundabout one year and The Louisville Even ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for 300 per year is the time to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ fittFcr2MSale Feb Lfe DB MOTTH CKEMIOAJL CO Toy IE3oLjIX ES 6c BAIRD -- - Cleveland Ohio ZDr-u-glst- s W Awarileu Highest Honors Worlds Faff fe DR 71 W - fe iMs iSte jsMs sMs aMs Icss than FOUR CENTS a week Think of It ml MMrClrfi n liii uiu mintiiuri wi Jf tflif j ijki i tit jLiie am i PER W W WW WC YEAR THE CHANCE OF LIFETIME A IfeScC Wk iX The Lecture This Evening Breckinridge of Lexington will deliver his lecture Problems of the Day at on at the Opera House this evening The Cincinnati Commercial Ga- Â¬ zette says of the lecture It was 830 and the audience still considerably augmented Col CREAM W C P BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A pure Grape Cream tJV 4 4iF 4 jfc 5 W wvmnii Josr Jouisviue to enauiet to make an unprecedented offer i the news paper raiders ot Kentucky J will sendth LOUISVlLLb bVfcJNWli POST out- 3 The in Kentucky one 2 11 ago prepaid to any address daily established year for the lead- in lostit an JfT lug afternoou journal ot Kentucky prints the 1S70 report of Xlfir full wlft 7Z the Associated Press full market reports Washington und JrJaX jrjVW purts Kentucky svorting specialsociety racing from all- s5roJs rrauKiort correspondence news telcgrupli inws W of choice misr cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and 1 typo largo and easily terms Jfjf V the NOTJClTAll personsread Agentstowanted write for of this tsY Ji who wish take advantage 057vS offer must make cheeks and motley orders payable to STTC V G I10YIi Koom i 526 Third St louisvillc Ky jflX riVK mm m tf ii li fc k b W fc fe Hfflyn t v This is wlat I -- aaao grcixig to liarre people a i m lm M i limnri WiH jJaJgUgJlIa s the Cheapest Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods T BTJOKILiEry JOHN ST- - I am giving tinware away at present prices To dose out my entire stoek of chiua 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 I A CLAIR STREET- Hamil VanDerveer The engagement of Miss Annie Van Derveer of Hamilton Ohio and Mr Hamil of Terre Haute Indi anais announced the wedding to tke place in October The bride-to-b- e is a sister of Mrs John W Milam of this city and a young Â¬ RELIGIOUS Circuit Court Rev W 0 Tay Â¬ The Circuit Court has been lor the pastor will conduct public mainly occupied this week with worship to morrow morning at 11 civil suits The case of Ben and 730 p m Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Jackson vs The Capital Railway a m Company was tried Tuesday and Christian Church Rev W B resulted in a verdict of 500 dam Taylor the pastor pro tern will con Â¬ ages for the plaintiff It will be duct the services to morrow at 11 remembered that the horse attach- Â¬ and 730 oclock ed to a wagon in which Jackson The Young Peoples Society of be- Â¬ Christian Endeavor meets in the and Ben Fallis were seated came frightened at an electric car lecture room at 645 Endeavor Society at 3 p m down on Wilkinson street one day Junior Sunday school meets at 030 last summer and backed the wag Baptist Church Leather and Ruler Belting at Cost lady who has many friends here where she has frequently visited Recently a reporter for The very amiable lady Mrs Goins of Frankfort who spoke in exceed ingly pleasant terms ot a young gentleman a former resident of her household and is contemplating early matrimony and only awaits the consent of his mamma The gallant youth referred to is better known as Col Tom Jones who some time during the past Constitutionalist encountered a ONeil will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 3 p ra Special Easter music at High Mass Catholic Church Rev Father on so close to the track that the and Vespers Episcopal Church Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 430 Special music at morning service First Presbyterian Church Eev Donald McDonald agent of the American Board of Missions will oc- Â¬ cupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock The usual services in the evening at 730 Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p in in the lecture room lett the pastor vices at 11 Methodist Church Rev P S Pol will conduct the ser and 730 oclock car struck it and both men were thrown out by the collission Jack- Â¬ son being pretty badly hurt Thursday the case of the City of Frankfort vs John T Buckley was taken up and occupied most of yesterday morning This is the case involving the payment of the 600 of the purchase price material in the old St Clair street bridge The case went to the a about noon when jury verdict was rendered in favor of the city for the amount of the debt less S4900 allowance for stone still to be removed from the river The grand jury made its final report to the court and adjourned yesterday afternoon 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 Halters Buggy Bridles 200 Buggy Whips 125 Horse Collars 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 12 Horse Covers 7000 bolts Wall Paper Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 12 Pumps century represented Sheby county 50 Work Bridles Â¬ in the General Assembly of KenAlso agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper Eminence Constitntionlist and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantlv on hand tucky Â¬ DEATHS OF THE WEEK Haydon Miss Minnie Haydon died in Lexington on Monday and the remains were brought here and interred at Bloomington on Tuesday Mr James Mc McCubbens Cubbens died yesterday morning at 5 oclock at his Jiome on Wilkinson street of lockjaw resulting from having stuck a nail in his foot about a week ago Â¬ RIMES -- CThe E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer DEALERS IN- - Â¬ Would liike for Them to Smell Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m as usual Sunday school at 930 Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church A Fatal Encounter The many friends in this city of Hon William Goebel present State Senator from Covington and a member of the late Constitution al Convention were pained and surprised Thursday to learn that in a personal difficulty in Covington he had shot and killed John L Sandford Cashier of the Farmers and Traders Bank of that city From what can be learned of the affair it seems the killing was done in self defense the trouble grow ing out of bad blood engendered by local politics Â¬ Â¬ Ramblers 100 Crescents 40 to 70 all fitted with Rambler The best An editor out West claims that tires E J Roberts Agent he has a subscriber who gets drunk every little while and al Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma ways insists on paying a years He has now paid subscription President Lincoln is retill 1926 ported to have said when told that Gen Grant was a drunkard that he wished he knew the brand of whisky he drank for he would like to send a barrel of the same to every General in the Union Now we have always adarmy vocated temperance and sobriety but we have quite a number of subscribers we would like to get in smelling distance of the kind of liquor that Westerner drinks for OISTE the scent of it might do that which Both the method and results when numerous duns from us have failed Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant the opening of and refreshing to tlio taste and acts to accomplish gently yet promptly on the Kidneys their hearts and purse strings Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys it at JQcubt Â¬ Â¬ Mos ENJOYS Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and U At Stationery Black dcHursey DEALERS IN1 Â¬ Mutrimoniul Ckutchkr Page Mr Albert Curving Mutch Ben Chiles James Francis and Horace Ferguson attacked William Â¬ Arthur another young col- Â¬ ored man on the foot bridge on east Second street Wednesday night as he was returning from church cut him on the left arm and struck him on the head with a rock The attacking parties were all arrested and lodged in jail chargtd with cutting with intent to kill H Crutcher and Miss Page will be married in Los Angeles California on Wednes- Â¬ The day next the 17th inst groom is the oldest son of Judge J N Crutcher of the West Side and the bride a daughter of the lite j Cliff Page formerly of this city Dean Harp Mr Newton Dean and Miss Eliza Harp were married wishes to try it Do not accept any Monday at the residence of Mt substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Alex Goins on Wilkinson street SAN FBANCI8C0 OAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE M by Rev W C Taylor Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures hahitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasiug to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE HOPS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF ALWAYS ON HAND TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS mar IO 8111 232 TT3ST -A-- STEBET Vehicles Harness and Farm Implements COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM m m 11 9 Avery Corn Planters Haworths Corn Planters Hand Planters Disc and Shovel Cultivators Garden Plows Double Shovels Corn Drills Buggies Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bicycles Phaetons Surries Dusters Whips etc Harness Saddles Collars and Pads Bridles Back Bands Repairing and Painting1 Vehicles a Specialty with us Something to interest and save money to every farmer and stock man in the county at our house HsSimI KY It Docs Seem Possible BUGGY 5t HARNESS WORKS Fair View Civil Service Examination Senator William Lindsay of Kentucky whom I met at the Fifth avenue Hotel the other day says a writer in the New York Press reminds me very forcibly of Millard Fillmore as the famous old New York Whig looked on the day of his inauguration in 1850 The successor of John G Carlisle in the Senate is just sixty years of age but appears younger he is so well preserved His smooth face is of the type remembered in most of the old line Whigs for it was not the fashion in their day to wear Farmers are very busy most of The Civl Service Commission them are done sowing oats in this at Washington has ordered that an vicinity Mr 1 of this munity is interested in the ture business of Frankfort Green Ira com-furni-Giv- e him a call when in town Misses Lizzie Chism and Easy Pulliam were the guests of Miss Lizzie Allison of Goose Creek Sunday Mr Burbon Pulliam and Miss Lottie Rodgers both of this county were married at the home of the brides parents Thursday Rev J D Reed officiating Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple startedfor a bridal Â¬ A story has been going a beard the rounds of the capital for some time which Vice President Steven- Â¬ son declares was first told on Sen- Â¬ ator Lindsay In 1871 when the papers of the whole country were full of exposures of the Tweed ring one of the leading preachers in Frankfort Ky a man of pure heart and trusting disposition a man without guile said to the then Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals Judge Lindsay it surely is not possible that these terrible charges against I weed and his party are true Are they not all Democrats My very reverend friend said the Judge I fear you are too good a man to live in this world I once was young but now am old I once was a Whig but now am a Democrat and I grieve to say that from long observation I have become convinced that it is within the range of possibility for a Democrat to steal Â¬ tour North Thomas Rodgers I think there is some sign of change in the weather for there are so many women on the pad Prof W M Wiley of Harmony Owen county has opened his spring school with thirty five pupus ne nas some seven or eight pupils which are preparing to teach this fall Prof Wiley is a good teacher and promising young man and has made many friends since he has been teaching in this county We wish him sue Â¬ Miss Lula Rodgers of Saffell has gone to Carter county to spend the summer with her brother Kentucky Midland Ry examination inFor application blanks full Only direct line between structions and information relative to the duties and salaries of the different positions apply at the CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT postoffice Â¬ examination be held i this city on Saturday April 27 1895 com- Â¬ mencing at 9 oclock a m for the grades of clerk and carrier in the Will buy a handsome Solid Oak city postoffice Only citizens of the United States can be ex Â¬ amined The age limitations are as follows For carriers not under 21 nor over 40 for all other posiAND tions not under 18 years No application for this examination will be accepted unless fied with the undersigned in complete form on the proper blank before the hour of closing business April 22 1895 The Civil Service Commission Will buy a beautiful take this opportunity of stating that the examinations are open to all reputable citizens who may I desire to enter the postal service without regard to their political In Polished Oak and Bevel affiliations All such citizens Mirror at whether Democrats or Republicans or neither are invited to apply SON R ROGERS They shall be examined graded and certified without impartiality Opposite Courthouse and wholly without regard to their political views or to any consider- Â¬ ation save their efficiency as shown by the grades they obtain in the Â¬ 12 Chesapeake NEW YORK TON Ohio Ryi WASHING PHILADELPHIA SD5T0IT and all Eastern Citiea Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect May EAST BOUND 13 1894 Bedroom Suit F F V Â¬ Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 815 a m Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 7 p m MtSterllngAccom No 28 dally ex Sun630pjT WEST BOUND Express No22 daily 10 route Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dally ex Sun7 50am Atlantic Express No 21 dally 1115 am Midland Accom No 25 dally ex Sun 4 00 p m Vestlbuled Express No 23 daily 600 pm Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 26 hours Frankfort to New York via this Arr Lexington Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers H W JbULLER Pass Agt WWfgEY D p- - A- SIDEBOARD j Washington D C AsstGenl Pass - Lexington Ky CBBYAN Cincinnati Agt BIB FOOD BDDTE BEST LINE T AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars and latest improved Private Com- Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars magnlltclently furnished with toilet accessories in each com pai tment sfiffiis ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars fclegant Coaches Dining Cars and Wagner m 3SSffl y to cess Thomas Moore PLANTS C Johnson Secretary Board of Examiners Aleck doortest and quickest between BuffetSleepingCars Car IiOUISVILL E TOBACCO MAR KET Frankfort Â¬ Georgetown Xaysville and Paris Fal Â¬ BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars lisle Cynthiana XiOt Sold In order to increase the frontage of his property on South Shelby street Mr William Cromwell has purchased from Judge W H Sneed a strip of ground adjoining his place fronting thirty five feet on Shelby street and running back four hundred feet paying therefor two hundred and fifty dollars Move Distilleries Starting The first mash of the season was made at the O F C Distillery on Monday and the Hermitage and Old Crow Distilleries will also commence operations next Monday All the distilleries in the county except the Old Judge will then be in full blast Â¬ Â¬ I am prepared to supply a fine mouth and Covington DURRETT quality of Cabbage Tomato and FURNISHED BY GLOVER Pepper plants and will have a full LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE supply of Sweet Potato and other Sales on our market for the week ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND with plants in season Leave orders at just closed amount to 5351 hhds 3073 receipts for the same period of Ellwangers Jno M Bantas and hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 56222 hhds Sales Jas Heeneys of the crop of 1894 ou our market to TBAINS RUN BY GENTRAL STANDABD TIME L B MARSHALL this date amount to 59920 hhds In effect Dec SO 1891 The sales have been very heavy on For Rent our market again this week and we OF TRAINS SCHEDULE have had a very firm and active mar The Sulphur Bath House has ket throughout the week The good A M A M P M P M been thoroughly renovated and to fine grades of burley continue to TRAINS EAST command very high figures but these Nol No b No 61 No repaired and is now ready to rent grades continue to represent only a A 700 2 30 Lv Apply to very small per cent of the total offer Lv Frankfort Jas A Murray 706 23d Summit ings 711 2Ai Lv Elkhorn The following quotations fairly LvSwltzer 718 249 Lv stamping Ground 728 3 0J represent our market for burley to- Â¬ Lv Duvall Tjow Rates 734 30C bacco 1894 crop 74U 313 Lv Johnson B 747 Trash dark or damaged 319 100U 545 Lv Georgetown C S Depot 755 333 1000 550 1 50 2 75 Ar tobacco On clover oats and timothy 808 348 Lv Newtown 3 75 Lv Centrevllle 816 405 seed wall paper harness Avery Oommon Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 82U 415 Lv Elizabeth plows electric door bells and C 8M 430 3 75 5 50 Ar Purls trash M A P M A M P 4 00 fertilizers at M A Collins Main Oommon lugs not oolory 2 50 No 2 INo 4 No6No 8 TRAINS WEST 4 00 5 50 Oommon Oolory lugs street Telephone No 56 Medium to good colory 945 531 5 50 8 50 Lv Paris lugs 055 545 Kllzabeth Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 Lv Centervllle For Rent 1000 555 lv 1008 610 10 00 15 00 Lv Newtown Medium to good leaf 1037 642 1230 lv C S Depot 15 00 Good IS 00 Lv Georgetown B 1040 645 A house with seven rooms large Selectto fine leaf 545 1232 18 00 22 50 lv jonnsou or wrappery 1046 651 stable and buggy house on Murray Lv Duvall 1054 657 Lv StamplngGround 105J 703 617 105 street between Campbell and 1101 Lv Swltzer 713 635 123 Poor Indeed Lv Elkliorn 1116 720 645 140 Cross Apply to 71 6 Lv Summit 1122 726 150 A II 1130 735 W J Hughes 715 The prospect of relief from drastic cathartic Ar Frankfort 29 tf I NEW YORK ino ouiiiuHfMern ijinmeu vestlbuled Trllrlt- - With PnmhltiutfMi T It aoiiu TvA Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Elegant louciiea nun vininguirs mnaing passengers in New ork City at 42d Street Depot Positively a fofj avita KU NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure jour tickets read via BIG FOUR E O MCCORMICK D B MARTIN Pass Traffic Manager Genl Pass Ticket Agt CINCINNATI I Â¬ I I rOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THE LOUISVILLE I TINES THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH vi Piles Piles Piles and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itching at once acts aB a poultice gives instant Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ teed Sold by druggists sent by 100 per box mail for 50c and land WILLIAMS MPG CO Props Cleve- Â¬ O Sold by Holmes Baird The Gorman Hop The German Benevolent Society will give their hop on Monday evening next at Weitzels Hall If you have not already secured a ticket do not forget to do so Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated If The WorldsTFair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great la leav ening power as the Royal ly Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award 25 for persons troubled with constipation is poor Indeed True they act upon the bowels but this they do with violence and their opeiation tends to weaken the Intestines ami Is prejudicial to the stomach Hostetters Stomach Bitters Is an etlectual laxative but It neither gripes nor en feebles Furthermore It promotes digestion and u regular action of the liver ami the kidneys It Is an efficient barrier against and remedy for malarial complaints and rheumatism and Is of great benefit to the weak nervous and aged As a medicinal stimulant it cannot be surpassed Physicians cordially recommend It and Its pro fexsstoual Indorsement Is fully borne out bj Appetite and sleep are popular experience both Improved by this agreeable luvlgoraut and alterative Latest Market Quotations Latest State News All m arrive Lexington a in m arrive Cincinnati Leave Frankfort 7 1020 iim Leave Frankfort 230 pm arrive Cincinnati 625 p in SUNDAY TRAINS Leave Georgtoiui 1037 a m arrive Frankfort It1 15 Leae Frankfort 830 a the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation in the South rmk 30000 AND OVER DAILY Leave Frankfort 230 p m arrive Georgetown 325 p in Leave Frankfort 230 p m arrive Cincinnati 625 p m Leave Cincinnati 730 a in arrive Frankfort 1130 a m lltOnin 50 CENTS Or A MONTH by Mall 500 a Year Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A C D BKRCAW The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Agt JNO A HALDEMAN Bus MaR bob Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder Receiver and Gen Supt Frankfort Ky GEO B HARPER xmwmxm mmmmmsmmmmmmmsi 0mmmimtmm mj mMmdmmi W y SPRING 1895 HATS CRUTCHER 150 250 500 500 400 1000 100 25 STARKS SHOES to 15c 25c 50c 049 45 023 to 50 to 125 25 to 125 25 to 125 50 to 125 75 to 200 100 to 160 50 to 200 50 10 20 SPRING 1895 HATS Have come to the front with a host of tempting bargains in M ns Boys and Childrens Suits Furnishings Shoes Hats etc All the Easter Novelties in spring wesr Also a lire of Confirmation Suits Remember a failure to inspect our line costs you money CLOTHING UP TO DATE Boys Black and Fancy SuitB knee pants Boys Black and Fancy Suits long pants Youths Black and Fancy SuitB Mens Black and Fancy Suits all wool Mens Spring Overcoats Mens Fine Clay Dress Suits Mens and Boys Pants FURNISHING GOODS to 600 to 1000 to 1800 to 1500 to 2200 to 700 1 SHOES SEE WINDOW 1 SHOES to 10K050 to 076 150 75 to 100 75 60 75 to 1200 Mens Jeans Pants best grade Childrens Knee Pants Mens and Boys Bicycle Pants only All the latest novelties in Childrens Suits 00 to 125 150 Mens Suspenders Mens Unlaundried White Shirts Mens Fancy Working Shirts Mens Laundried Fancy Shirts Mens Undershirts Mens Drawers Mens Strong Working Gloves Mens Driving Gloves Mens Dress Kid Gloves Mens Sweaters Boys Sweaters Mens and Boys Linen Collars Boys Shirt Waists Trunks Telescopes Trunk Scraps Shawl Straps EJWaEHSi - If you are on the alert for the new thingB look at ours Largo lot Childrens Oxfords Misses Oxfords 11 Bizes 8 Sold for 100 to to to 75 20 to 100 HATS All HATS HATS TRUNKS BAGS TELESCOPES Bags 0fl0 Sold for 150 to 200 Misses Tan Oxfords spring heel Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords Ladies Patent Tip Sandals Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords turn Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords cloth top Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords turn Ladies S H Oxfords 125 150 150 150 the latest novelties in Stiff Hats from 1 to 4 The latest styles in Soft and Crush Hats from 75c up to 1500 40 to 1200 50 to 275 25 to 50 75 Our new spring specials comprise all the newest styles front 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 ij TwarrTTWTrMriiaM SJi jewel fishing reels He uses car Dr Preston Scott John H VVel nelian because that is so hard to ler Col Bennett H Young W crush Diamond ruby carnelian N Haldeman Dr D S Reynolds A Talk With the Veteran Maker is the order he ranks stones as to Dr McMurtry Arthur Peter jr B F Meek resistance of crushing but carne- Â¬ Rozel Weissinger G M Allison lian is his choice for reel work C F Tatum J l S Brown NEVER SECUltED A PATENT Besides being a student of me- Â¬ Emmet Logan J C Burnett B chanical science and an expert F Buckner C P Atmore and a Difficulties lTndcr Which nn Un workman he has made the fishing host of others reel a study in all of its parts and Mr Meek is now in his seventy expected First Order Was has designed improvements which ninth year He was bom in Boyle Filled many makers have eagerly adopt- Â¬ county Ky when it was called ed for Mr Meek never patented Mercer county and delights to The Courier Journal of Sunday any one of his inventions relying refer to himself as a Salt river contained the following in regard alone upon the excellence of his tiger Strange to say he cares own manufacture The care be- little for the angling sport deto a former prominent citizen of Frankfort which may prove of in- stowed in their manufacture will claring that he did not have the appear when it is told that he and patience to wait for b tes but terest to many of his old friends his three sons counted seven as until recent years he was an enthu- Â¬ here the extreme number of fishing siastic hunter and accounted a The fame of the Meek reel has reels that they could complete in good shot in any company spread to almost every part of the one month The spiral gearing Hows ThwP globe where the name of Old Isaak and provisions for retaining oil Walton himself is reverenced and where most needed without per- Â¬ We offer One Hundred Dollars Re there is an interesting story con- Â¬ mitting the oil to spread over and ward for any case of Catarrh that nected with the first one that left gum up the works are counted by can not be cured by taking Halls the hands of Mr B F Meek near- Â¬ Mr Meek as his most important Catarrh Cure J improvements For the spiral F WeCheney Co Props Toledo O ly sixty years ago the undersigned have known My brother and myself were gearing he designed and had made F J Cheney for the last 15 years and then in the watch and jewelry at a cost of 700 a complicated believe him perfectly honorable in Â¬ says Mr tool that is scarcely larger than a all business transactions and finan Â¬ business at Frankfort cially able to carry out any obliga One day Judge Brown mans hat By it the teeth of the tions made by the firm Meek the father of John Mason Brown wheels describe a section of a gen- Â¬ West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo slant Walding Ohio came in to have a reel repaired tle curve and furthermore Â¬ Kinnan Marvin He was a great lover of angling across the wheel so that when in sale Druggists Toledo OhioWhole and a constant seeker after im- use two teeth of the connecting Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter provements in tackle He was not wheels constantly have a bearing nally acting directly open the blood the system satisfied with his reel and so in- Â¬ one tooth on either edge of the and mucous surfaces of Sold by all Price 75c per bottle sisted upon our making one that wheel so that this continuing force druggists we consented exerts itself at all times on the very A Great Oiler For making the wheels a cut center of the rim of each wheel ting engine was necesary and The motion thus gained is as The Louisville Daily Post pubthere was only one cutting engine smooth as that of a leather belt lished every evening except Sun- Â¬ For years he says in Kentucky it was at Danville over a pulley day is offered with the Round and had been brought over from he pondered and experimented be My brother F fore he hit upon an adjustment of about at 3 per year The pjice J England per year Meek who is now dead went to all the parts so that the application of The Post alone is and our paper Si 00 making this Danville cut the wheels and we of force and the smoothness of finished the reel with as much care motion would be the same when the best offer of the kind ever as if it had been the finest piece of making a cast as when reeling in made Subscribers to the Roundabout Judge Brown the line In the one case the watch mechanism who are not takiug The Post now He exhibited it pinion must lead the wheel and was delighted to his friends and requests became in the other the wheel must lead can avail themselves of this opportunity by addressing this office so persistent that we sent to Swit- the pinion or writing to B G Boyle 526 After trying many metals Mr zerland for tools which could not be obtained in this country and I Meek adopted German silver as Third street Louisville devoted myself to reel making the best for the body of the reel while my brother attended to the At the request of the wealthy If you dont want good work The greatest de- Mr DePauw of Indiana he tried dont try the Capital Steam watch work mand for reels then came from aluminum but found that the Laundry 24 tf New Orleans and a number of the steel screws would strip out the For Sale threads cut in the aluminum j orders v ere for England Mr B C Milam who had Owing to its extremely light Good second hand phaeton in Call and see it worked in the jewelry trade re- Â¬ weight he thinks that this metal good repair tf turned from Mexico about 1S47 would be invaluable if a process Black IIursev 15 and learned the reel making trade could be discovered for hardening with me in Frankfort where he is it Mr Meek does not make ex Â¬ yet following this work In 1852 and I failed sold out hibits of his reels at expositions and rapidly growing children my brother and he came to Louisville to work and would never contract with derive more benefit from Scotts for Kendrick the jeweler while I firms to make exclusively for them Emulsion than all the rest of the went back to my old tra e of His prices too have been inflexifood they eat Its nourishing watch making until 1882 when I ble the best terms offered being powers are felt almost immedi- Â¬ came here and tesumed the mak Â¬ some years ago when he did ately Babies and children thrive Owing to effects up about ing of reels 7000 worth of work on Scotts Emulsion when no on my nerves it had become hard lor a large Eastern house giving other form of food is assimilated for me to handle the extremely a 10 per cent discount on pay Â¬ delicate parts of a watch but to ment within ten days Many prominent namt s appear tins uay 1 can maue as good yes I in the order book at Mr Meeks ever could better reel than Before leaving Frankfort I wa in workshop 839 Seventh street partnership for a time with Mr One is for the reel which the Milam he making reels and 1 Louisville Fishing Club presented stimulates the appetite enriches Two of my to President Arthur and anothrr the blood overcomes wasting and working on watches sons Sylvanus and Pitman C is for the reel which Col T H gives strength to all who take it have been working with me but I Sherley secured for President For Coughs Colds SoreThroat Bron Among the local chitis Weak Lungs Emaciation Con fear that Pitman who has been ill Cleveland sumption Blood Diseases and ail Forms for months will never be able to names will be found John E Free Green the Messrs Dodd George of Wasting Send for pamphlet again W rk All Druggists G0csnd1 NY ScottBowne Mr Meek was the first maker to Avery Judge R H Thompson THE FISHING REEL DR W I KELLEY TO THE CENTER OP OF CINCINNATI O will be atthe FHOEITIX HOTEL INLEXINGTON KY CHICAGO -- DY THE- - Â¬ Saturday April 13 1895 Saturday April 27 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglea operation an d with little or no puln MONON ROUTE LouUvllle New Albany A Chicago Ry Co Â¬ Â¬ J REEERENCES Hurdle Frankfort Ky J A dcott lTunkfort Ky Anthony Leach fcranklort Ky W McKeo Â¬ M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 268 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR jas Berberlcli Frankfort Kj Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McOlure Frankfort Ky v J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky V r btaten Fratiklort Ky Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from the LEADING HOTELS Also con Â¬ necting with Trunk Lines for St Paul Omaha Denver Sun Francisco -- Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION AND THE- - Â¬ FREE NORTHWEST Call For 1 JAPANESE nnd Complete Treatment consisting of SUPPOSITORIES Capsules of Ointment and two Boxes of Ointment A never failing Cnre for files of every nature and degree It mukes an operation with the knife or injections of carbollo acid which are polnfnl and seldom n permanent cure and often re sulting in oeatn unnecessary wny enauro xnia A New CURB 25c a Tickets By The 2woaaonJ tBmamatmmmtmmmKitM 4f fK terrible disease to oure any case ceived II a box 0 JAPANESE We Â¬ 1-- Box Prevented PflNQTIPATIflNCured Piles Liver Pellets b Japanese the great LIVER and STOMACH REGULATOR and BLOOD PURIFIER Small mild and pleasant to take especially adapted for childrens use CO Dose 25 Sent by mail PILE OINTMENT forts Yon o boxes guarantee benefits re onlx pay for e FRANK 11 J 1 REED P Olilcago iuroxLoulMllle A THE IMPROVED 11 ifi Ml T Â¬ J W GAYLE Sole Agent DENTAL - LABORATORY Over Guy cents Â¬ I Barretts News Depot lor sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L A X depot Abo needles oil etc for all sewing machines a share of your patron age solicited Dei Â¬ a Ciii MAIN ST FRANKFORT EXTRACTED TEETHwith Vim lized c urnotui extracting without pain when artl Other work In propor hI teeth urn onltsied Jan 5 ly tion All work mrranteu OTH5 KY WITHOUT Air orlocal application Best Artificial Teeth on Rubber S3 to Slo No extra Â¬ LAWYERS JVM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin ami the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Also Real FARM Â¬ M BENT Â¬ AS TH E DUDLEY PLACE Jl near the city limits of frankfort on the Ver Â¬ sailles pike containing G5acreN is for rent from March 1st 1HJ5 to March 1st lHUG The place Is well adapted to general farming slock raising rpiIE FARM KNOWN IV Â¬ and tobacco growing and has mlvantages for dairy and marketing For particular apply to the undersigned at her residence on Ann street Frankfort ortoFrankChlnn attorney Will practice In all State Courts 12 tf Mks Makv J Dudley lloor Custom House CHINN fR Attorney at Law Kentucky onice second t yr - TIBLERSniI BUCK EYE rillsU n i ST JOHN BOYLE JOHN ECHOLS C Babies OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 0S KLKIVKKS W R R B Â¬ and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES A SURE Prgptrtl ty BICHABCSOH May 12 1 ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Mis injur MEMPHIS LOUISVILLE TQ 8U1YD MY AMi DRUGGISTS MED CO ST I0UI3 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE Â¬ ly MEMPHIS 1E8T IN QUALM Scotts J08T IN QUANTITY VICKSBTJRGr JHBHMMOHr Emulsion WORMS NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Remedies Vrtpuni br BT WHITES CRE1M FOR YEARS South and Southwest Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED1 SOLD V AIK BRITGGISTS 10CI8 12 J MoBRIDE WTrvellng Pass Agent Louisville K i y a i T B LYNOH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky May ly t J4jiyvjyi sbtfrngteitm afofrjgftk mBBs 1 v LiwsMaiA l t kMiy AvjvUrWLUWLvA I M jsssHMHHMswiIMjmSI tsmSUtm