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The SI VOL XVIII SUICIDE f RAMFORT ROUNDABOUT A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO FBANKFOET KY SATURDAY APRIL 20 1895 awful hard thing to write n pants unless they are white ones and you have a soft lead pencil I could draw on pants easier than I could write on pants The man in the moon draws on his pants during an eclipse and everybody pants to see the picture through the telescope When my teacher read this essay she said that I had mixed the verbs and nouns and asked me if I would decline pants I told her that when I was going in swim ming I could but under other cir- Â¬ cumstances I begged to be excused I believe my pants are exausted so I will close by saying that I have no pants for essays is 33 George Brawner Found Hang- ing Froni n Tree V nv Mr Geo W Brawner who lived on the farm of Mr Lewis Cox near this county was Stedmantown found hanging from the limb of a tree near his home on Tuesday It seems that he had morning night when the high wind blew a been very low spirited of late spark from it into a pile of old on account of the failure of the fence rails sonv distance nearer the crops last year and his inability to house which being very dry took get a good price or his tobacco fire quickly and communicated the and had talked frequently about flames to a hen house still nearer dying and had given directions to the house It was early in the his family in regard to his funeral night only about 9 oclock so saying that he wanted to be buried that the neighbors gathered in in the plainest and cheapest man- Â¬ quickly and with their assistance Monday evening he comner Mr Bedford succeeded in check plained of not feeling well when ing the fire and saving his smoke he retired and some time during Had house only a few feet away the night his wife waked up and smoke house burned it would Not the missed him from the bed have been almost impossible to finding him in the house she im prevent the residence going also mediately called up her son who as all the water in the cistern and went for Mr Cox and some other several rain barrels was used up in neighbors and a search was made saving the smoke house for Mr Brawner in the neighbor- Â¬ hood Struck by a Rolling Stone About daylight his dead body Little Walter Roberts son of was found suspended from a tree about two hundred yards from the Mr E J Roberts of the Round house He had nothing on but about office went down on the his night clothing and had taken hillside near his ftthers home on a plow line with him climbed High View Monday afternoon to upon a fence made one end of the gather wild flowers when a little ne line fast to a limb tied the other gro boy rolled a rock down upon about his neck and jumped off him from the hill above which When found he was hanging with struck the little fellow on the left one leg on either side of the top side of the face cutting an ugly rail of the fence The fall evident- Â¬ gash in his cheek and left ear and ly broke his neck and death was knocking him senseless When he instantaneous as his face showed recovered consciousness he was ly Â¬ ing upon the road which runs from no signs of strangulation The deceased formerly lived in the rairoad bridge around to South the Flat Creek neighborhood but Frankfort and supposed he must several years ago moved to Carter have rolled or slid down the hill county and bought a farm which quite a distance after being struck he WoS unable to pay for and had by the rock The whole side of to give up returning to this coun Â¬ his face became greatly swollen ty to live and this together with from the blow and he has suffered the failure of crops doubtless led a great deal of pain with it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report It ABSOLUTELY PURE Pants Powder Baking Schoolbosj Composition on a composition Â¬ HARiElH Will him to believe that life was not Wants Kentucky Ham worth living Coroner Dehoney went out Mr James Heeney received a Tuesday morning and held an in- Â¬ letter last week from Mr E C quest when the jury returned a Went formerly of this city but verdict of death by his own hands now of Youngstown New York saying he was tired of eating the Will Celebrate Their Anniver Â¬ kind of pork house meat they saries have up in that country and want Â¬ As Friday evening next April ed some real old country ham 26th is the anniversary of the or from dear old Kentucky the kind ganization of Odd Fellowship in he used to eat when he lived here America the occasion will be celas he was desirous of showing ourteacnerot Literature bne is A Great Otter ebrated with appropriate ceremo- Â¬ those people what real first class dead set on Mythology and classic nies by Capital Lodge No 6 In compliance with art and wont listen a minute to bacon was The Louisville Daily Post pul Frankfort Lodge No 28 will his request Mr Heeney shipped any scheme for casting a mantle jlished every evening except Sun- not celebrate the 26th but will him on Monday three fine ones of charity or lambs wool or goafs da3r is ofIered with the Round make May 2nd the first anniver- Â¬ which he got from Mr Clay H hair over the gods and Rodesses about PosJ per year The Hyear Lf The ia per sary of the organization of the Hatchitt They were sent jwith cuplds or cupidesses Pans or Pan- - ancj our paper Si 00 making this Lodge their festal day Addresses the usual direction for taking sess She thinks that beauty un- the best offer of the kind ever will be delivered in their hall Cook whole eat cold adorned is adorned the most and made Subscribers to the Roundabout in Odd Fallows Temple by Judge says honey saw queer manly The Evolution who are not takiug The Post now H Holt Past Grand Master W I dont know what that pants can avail themselves of this opand Dr W P Meredith of Em Of medicinal agents is gradually Cleans do you portunity by addressing this office inence after which a hop will be relegating the old time herbs pills A clown in Cheatems jcircus or writing to B G Boyle 526 given at Weitzels Hall draughts and vegetable extracts to said that pants were like molasses Third street Louisville Narrowly Escaped Destruction J the rear and brinSm il1to Reneral they was thin in summer and thick If you dont want good work use the pleasant and effective in winter time dont try the Capital Steam The residence of Mr W C Bed- - liquid laxative Syrup of Figs To A pantagraph is not an instru Laundry 24 tf ford near the Forks of Elkhorn get the true remedy see that it is ment for drawing pants on or off For Sale came near being destroyed by fire manufactured by the California as some persons may suppose Good secondhand phaeton in Saturday night In cleaning up Fig Syrup Co only I asked For sale by our superintendent Call and see it good repair the garden and orchard on Wed- - all leading druggists whether pants is singular or plural Black IIursev 15 tf nesday of last week a lot of trash He said when a man wears pants me capital steam Laundry ex- - it is piurai but when they is worn was piled in the orchard and set Tests clums in urucrb jrumuiiy i win otherwise they is singular Some The Worlds n uumu uw tu uu caU showed no baking powder for and ddjver worc at of ashes under whichs ome of the door Telephone No 17 times pants is plural in form and so pure or so great in leavÂ¬ fire still smouldered until Saturday tf quite singular in meaning ening power as the Royal 24 1 Â¬ Pants are things to wear Pants are made for men and not men for pants May be you think I mean insides and outsides but I dont I mean right sides and left sides Pants is nearly always rights and lefts Pants is like a fraction Divide one pants by two and each Suitable for waists WHAT DOES IT MEAN part is a fraction onehalf a pants following Read The left half of pants is the re- Fact or Fiction About Two ciprocal of a fraction it is the right 25 Great Fair Awards half inverted 35 A newspaper paragraph de- Â¬ Pants is like subtraction of frac- Â¬ 37 tions Take away the right half nounces as false the claim of a 42 cents and the other half is left Take baking powder company to an 49 away the left half and the problem award at the Worlds Fair Whom Certainly not Dr 65 cents is all right A boy subtracted my can it mean Because as the Why pants one day when I was in swim Prices Dr Prices exhibited These silks are elegant minsr and I was left When I records show values Buy this started to run after him I had no competed and received the highest week while are panls when I stopped I had pants award both at Chicago and the cheap California Midwinter Fair The to give away award in California included a Pants are of two kinds mention- The official exami- able and unmentionable Boys Sold medal K pArncl and young men wear pants When I see a boy with knee pants on it the purest the most wholesome looks like the pants was pulled too and efficient of all the baking Mo 214 St Clair St next door to green or the boy is grown too ripe powers Its title to confidence is R K McClure When pants is full grown they unquestioned Can it be the manufacturers of are called breeches and are worn mostly by husbinds when their a New York powder fictitiously who are labled Absolutely Pure wives are weak minded Sometimes a boy pants for a making false claims That would eirl and a girl pants for a boy be strange indeed inasmuch as That makes a pair of fools they were not even considered in That kind does not wear long they the awards- Was il amolia in the New York are too much like shoddv My chum thinks that the de- powder that prevented its makers HOHHS 0BK SALOON If not what partment of a clothing store where from competing pants are Kept snouici De Ctiled a THE BEST 200 A Prominent Pliysieian Dead pantry But I think he is luny and I call him pantaloon Mvi Dr C W Thompson who for chum said that he thought pants many years practiced in that sec Soup from 10 to 12 also nice counter was named after Pan the god of tion of this county near Ducker lunch Come one come all Bottle quart a specialty the shepherds He had the body Station died at his home in Ver- Jillson 01 a man a ren iace a nar nose sanies on aunaav me uclcuucu horns on his head with thighs was a gallant soldier in the Con Frankfort Ky legs and feet like a goat My federate army during the late warj 305 9Broadway Cm Mar chum said that Pan wore cashmere and an exceedingly skillful and He leaves a pants all wool a yard wide and popular physician BLUrTGRnSS warranted not to crack nor to bag widow formerly Mis- Fannie Good at the knee and always to fit win who his many friends and He will get fits if he tells this to relatives in this city Â¬ the cents cents cents cents them they - PTSTEIty j - - - b KWo un 1895 mm ii lIwV aBTiflf nm j EMIL HALDI HW1E8 - Â¬ IIS 1895 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 plication to Â¬ Â¬ H P HILLEMEYER Mar LEXINGTON KY 9 3m Â¬ Meeting THK of Stockholder s Â¬ dliectors fortlie principal bank and brandies to Menu for the ye ir us required by the charter or the bunk CHANT iRKEN KuvNKt oKr Kv March 3 lbJ5 Cashier ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK of the Farmers Hank of Kentucky will be lir Ul at their bunking house in the city ot Frankfort on MouUy the ith day or May 1K5 at UH a in for the purpose of elating ai td FltlNKLIN ClIICUIT CODKT V John T Shkktc Plaintiff IIknuv Wilson vs 1 1 1 uj i Fair c Defendant PEKrfONS HAViNU CLAIMS ACAINST tlrui of Sheets x Wilson or the uteumbuit W L Norton are hereby notified to preseut their claims to me proven us required by I ivv on or before April 8th 18J3 W H POSEY Mur S0 2t Commissioner UC ALL taiiN TJPlIiffl TtiwrTT1 rmnnwwwmnm IkU r c t riri rn c nr U5i uJ ra nn Dont If you have worn that old suit so long that pou are ashamed to wear it longer come you a new one for a small amount of money Tnere are a to us and we will sell many men and boys in your fix and we have made great preparations to great sell them all a new suit We have some real good Tbe 3Discouia 2000 ged i 13 rjn en nn nn iu LU cu 12a ri rcn LcJ ULi m ksa iru csi an nn eu MENS SUITS AS LOW AS 500 TX7 SZFZESIIsrCi STOCK HUDSON HUMPHRIES CASSELL And a great many of them at all prices up to enenenenenenene3eneneneiectEer5eneneEjeeiaetenenG2tesjenrerTenenen I cu en en 123 en en ua en uu en en Da en ca en en en tia en iaa en K3 PERSONAL Mr Tom L Walker of Lexington was in the city Wednesday Mr W S Dehoney spent Sunday in Georgetown with relatives Mr R A VanDerveer is at home from Louisville on a visit to his mother Mrs T M Ponder left Wednesday for a weeks visit to friends in La Grange Dr U V Williams is out again after a two weeks confinement with the grip Clint E Leigh of Paducah spent Monday in this city visiting Mr his mother Miss Maud Campbell of Midway returned home Monday after a visit friends in this city Miss Janie Dehoney returned Thurs- Â¬ day from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Georgetown Hon Albert S Berry of Newport Congressman from the Sixth district was in the city Wednesday Mrs V L Clark went to Winches- Â¬ ter Monday having been called there by the illness of her brother Miss Gertrude B Ledridge has re turned from a visit to her sister Mrs MR Hamline in Mt Sterling Â¬ Miss Mulclooiis Concert of KnoxvilleTenn who has been visiting her sister Mrs Miss Anita Muldoon will give a W Stape Johnson on Campbell street for several weeks returned concert at the Opera House Wedhome last week Miss nesday night April 24th Mrs Jas F Meek and daughter Muldoon is too well known here Miss Adeline who have been visiting She Mr S C Sayre and wife in this citv to justify much comment for will be assisted by Miss Flora for several weeks left Saturday their home in St Louis Missouri Coan of Cincinnati who is a Mr M P Gray gave possession of brilliant pianist having studied his house on Lewis street Thursday with Andie of that city and has to Mr George L Hannen to whom he sold it and has removed his family played with the most noted artists Mr John F in Cincinnati to his fathers-in-laLouisville Clev- Â¬ Churchs in the country where they eland and elsewhere She is a will board for the summer young lady of rare ability The Messrs Jas Ely Will Haycraft people of Frankfort are promised Henry Hale and John Snively came home Friday afternoon from school a great treat in the concert and a at Hoggset Institute Danville to big house should greet the ladies spend the Easter holidays As scarlet The sale of seats will be open fever had broken out in the school Monday morning at Barretts Jim Ely will not return for the few weeks yet remaining of the session Badly Mashed Up Mrs Woodruff Â¬ w Honoring Their Xamesake McCreary of Ex Gov Jas Richmond arrived here on Thurs day evening and the military com pany in ths city named in honor of the ex Governor turned out in full uniform and was reviewed in the State House yard yesterday afternoon by him and Adju ant- Captain Gaines General Gross put the boys through the various evolufons after which the compa- Â¬ ny was addressed bv Gov Mc dreary who in the course of his remarks alluded to the old company which bore his name eulogized that organization highly and said he was glad to see that the friend ship or him entertained by the people of Frankfort while he was Governor had passed down to the He spoke of second generation his official life here as the most pleasant of his public career a period in which a friendship for this people was formed which should last throughout life He was loudly applauded at the close B Â¬ Â¬ Lizzie Hudson has been at home this week from Louisville where sho is studying kindergarten Miss McClure agent of Tayloisville made a at theL flying vibit to his fathers family Sun- day Mrs Triirli nimnmnn whn Iihk lippn visiting friends in this cityfor sev eral weeks returned to Louisville Monday Major H S Hale State Treasurer was in Mt Sterling Monday in the interest of his candidacy for Secretary Mr Albert H N John Rollins who lives ner Switzer jumped from train No 9 on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad at Georgetown Thursday evening after the train had gotten under pretty good headway and was badly bruised up by the fall No bories were broken fcbut he will not be able to get around for He had gotten on some time the wrong train by mistake Mr wore a gorgeous grin last Sunday that reached from ear to ear Some fair maiden must have smiled upon him Some giasticutas hailing from Harvieland has aired his learning in any attempt to belittle Quality Corner His egotism is proverbial He ought to organize a Mutual Admiration Society However he knows nothing about Quality Corner and the Corner knows nothing of him tata Jay A jay bird sat on a swinging limb He winked at me I winked at him I promised your readers to in- Â¬ form them where this quaint corner is situated It is in a beautiful green valley where the peaceful waters of the old Kentuck are heard as they roll by and the sycamore trees wave their lofty boughs as the gentle zephrys pass along There in calm repose mocking bird rests its wear the Locking Bird pinions Air rrea riuiett Â¬ Contract Closed All of the Masonic bodies hav- Â¬ ing agreed to the arrangement the contract was closed yesterday for the lease of the third floor of the old Yeoman building and the rooms will be repaired and fitted up for their occupancy at once Co will sell Sam D Johnson you a trimmed sailor for 50 cts Shirt Waists We have a fine stock of the best makes at popular prices Sam D Johnson Co Mattings We have a large stock of mat- Â¬ tings latest styles low prices Sam D Johnson Co REPUBLICAN CONVENTION Precinct Meetings Next Saturlay - Persian Rugs Call and see our real Persian Rugs for only 10 Sam D Johnson Co Birth Bacon In this county on Apiil 8th to Mr Ed Bacon and wile a son Norman I Quality Corner Look out for a wedding in the Burb says he has benear future come tired of fox hunting especially on Sunday Miss Laura Bell Principal of the Beech Ridge Seminary attended church at Old North Benson last Lords day Mr Willis Young- paid his most devoted respects and attention to Miss Katie Wright last Sunday afternoon and evening Mr O B Suddutn has sown his oats and grass seed and thus soliloquizes All the seed that I have sown Nothing yet has ever grown Love wealth and happiness Still a batchelor I am blessed Will some of the good sisters of North Benson sympathize with good Brother Milton for we know it must be very difficult to attend to the duties both indoors as well as out of doors Mrs Harriet Moore is still in a very critical condition and her recovery is considered very doubt- Â¬ Â¬ of State Miss Simrall of Lexington who has been visiting Mrs S D Johnson on Steele street returned home Thurs Â¬ day evening Mis3 Mary Browder of Louisville came up Saturday evening for a visit to her sister Mrs W S Saffell on Logan street Mr Dudley Watson of Jersey City New Jersey has been visiting his brother Mr H H Watson in this city this week Mr Vernon L Clark left Thursday evening for Clark county to attend the bedside of his brother-in-lawho is very much worse Misses Anne and Emily Thomas have returned from a visit of several weeks to their brother Mr L A Thomas in Augusta Georgia w Â¬ Â¬ - Xpw Firm The firm of Howard McCoy the St Clair sheet giocers has Mr Hezekiah Jordan of Richmond Virginia but formerly of this city arrived here Monday evening and may conclude to locate here perma Â¬ nently Mrs C Q Wright and children and Miss Alma Miles who have been attending the winter in Brooklyn N Y returned homo Saturday for the summer Miss Merry G ilium entertained a few friends at the Capital Hotel Monday evening in honor of her guest Miss Neva Blakemore of Farmdale Hon L R Sanborn of Buffalo New York Supreme Councilor the order of Royal Templars of of Temperance in the United States and Canada spent Thursday in this city the gueBt of George A Lewis been dissolved Mr B H McCoy retiring while Mr C Gran Graham who has until recently been a clerk in the Adams Ex- Â¬ press Office steps in and takes his Two such clever gtntle place as Arthur Howard and Gran men Graham should and surely will receive liberal patronage from our citizens and we trust the new firm will make a success of their busi ful Â¬ Â¬ ness Messrs Sam Moore and Terrell Â¬ Si 00 Crescents S40 Mitchell are preparing ground for to 70 all fitted with Rambler a large crop of tobacco We wish tires The best them success as Samuel is con II J Roiiekts Agent templating leading to the hymeni cal altar one of our most charming 1225 S Ramblers A delegate Covention of the Republican voters of Franklin county is hereby called to meet in Sower Ahlers Hall at 2 oclock p m en Monday May 6th 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 prt cincts as they existed at the Presidential election November 1892 The Republican voters of said pre- Â¬ cincts will assemble at their re- Â¬ spective voting places except as otherwise provided herein at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April 27 1895 and elect one delegate to the County Convention for every 50 votes ca t for Harrison at the residential election 802 and one for every fraction thereof The precinct meeting for Bald Knob will be held at Stoney Creek school house for Tiger at Bloom ington voting place for Cedar Run at Purington school house The several precincts will be en Â¬ titled to delegates as follows Bald Knob One delegate Bellepoint Two delegates Tiger One delegate Bridge Two delegates Bridgeport Two delegates Market House Five delegates Court House Two delegates Crutchers School House Two delegates Flat Creek One delegate Forks of Elkhorn rTwo delegates Gas House Five delegates Peaks Mill Two delegates Cedar Run Two delegates Voglers Four delegates Total number of delegates thirty four Saml R Smith B Waicutt D Chairman 1 Â¬ Piles Piles Piles It absorbs the and Itching Piles tumors allays the itching at once acts as 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¬ Sold by druggists sent by teed mail for 60c and tfl00 per box WILLIAMS 25 Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated land O ly Sold by Holmes MFG CO Props Baird Cleve- Â¬ Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your lilfe Away The truthful startling title of 11 book about the only harmless ouaiuntked tobcure If you want to unit and cant use Brace un nlcotmiz d nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men Kiiln strength weight and visor Positive cure or money refunded Hook at druggists or mailed lree Address The Sterling Keinedy o Chicago 45 Randolph Oct C ly S New York 10 Spruce St acco-habit Meeting of Hoik WM and the transaction of any other business that muy come hero re the meeting HEN MARSHALL April 20 St fTUIERE WILL BK A MEETING OF STOCK L holders or The Frankfort Flat Creek Turnpike Hnad Co at the Courthouse In Frank Â¬ 11 oclock u m on Thursday May 9th fort at f r the election f directors for the ensuing year PENN Secy nnd Treus President Chesapeake NSW YORK TON Ohio Ry PHILADELPHIA WAIIIII BOSTON and all Eastern Citier Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect May BAST BOUND if 1834 F F Lve Lexington 11 t OaM V Express NoaU dally Midland Accom No 2u dally ex Sun 816 a m 7 pm Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally MtSterllng Accom No28dallyex Sun 530pm WE8T HOUND Secretary On clover oats and timothy Columbus Chism says he has better luck seed wall paper harness Avery April 23d the Kentucky Mid fishing at the Benson bridge than plows electric door bells and land will sell tickets to Texas anywhere else more especially on fertilizers at M A Collins Main points and return at half fare Sunday evenings street Telephone No 56 Mr To Cincinnati and return May 6th via the Kentucky Midland young maidens LOW lllltCH Christopher Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dully Sun7 50au 11 15 a m Atlantic Express No 21 dally No 20 dallyexStiu4 0U Midland Accom M Vestlbuled Express No 21 dally 600 pm Dining Cars folld Vestlbuled Trains with Only 2li hours Frankfort to New York via this Arr Lexington r r route Â¬ Doth through trains run via Fiunkfoit No IiUH transfers I W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky H W FULLER 0 U RYAN Asst 0 nl Puss Agt ienl Puss Ant Washington V C Cim inoati wr Kwmi ta rirLnjinnrm njinruonnnrinjuxrinJin hjxiij iimutnrLnri rutriririjuxn nnnruuinnnnnnnJTfLnrLnxLnjxruinjiJxrinn LMJE ISAM levari OUUUU ri And we refer particularly to the theory advanced by some Jewel ers with an eye to business that a person should wear Jewelry on all occasions We contend that Jewelry and stones precious particularly fc should only be worn on special occasions and at certain times of the day and fur thermore we contend that when Jewelry is worn it should be of the handsomest the wearer can afford That is why we keep some of the See our stock best of all articles Â¬ Far Fetched RSI -- iS m ams- TVS - M Selbert wo The Leading o Tl i o o a y -o o 4- - o 4j o yi o II- - o Tt -- 14- - o if- i T J TT ri o jk J -- o -o -o Jeweler yr y y w o J o I 233 St Clair Street II UUTJT3 nJ1JinjiiiuuiivniiruJJVnsirirunrunnnrur Circuit Court Â¬ K T Officers Elected Ohcap Exoursion Rates Crescent Route announces reduced rates to the following meetings At the meeting of Frankfort There was no session of the Court Monday but Tuesday morn- Commandery No 4 Knights Templar held on Thursday even ing business was resumed The cases of Aus Scott and ing the following officers were Joe Givens the negros charged elected for the ensuing year V L Clark Eminent Com withhog stealing were found guilty and given one year each in the mander Guy Barrett Generalisimo workhouse John T Murphy Captain Gen Henry White colored charged with robbing and setting fire to eral the residence of Mrs Virginia Jacob Swigert Prelate David Nicol Senior Warden Duvall was also found guilty and W S Dehoney Junior War given Ave years in the penitentiary The trial of civil cases has taken den V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer up the balance of the week Ben T Farmer Recorder The suit of Mr Dudley Baker Geo A Lewis Standard Bearagainst the Trans Atlantic Insurance Company for 52000 the er John Bradley Sword Bearer amount of loss on his livery stock William McCloy Warder was compromised on Wednesday Gus Captain Schaeffer of the company agreeing to pay Mr Guard Baker 1800 The case of Lair vs The KenA P A Tjccture Railway with the tucky Midland We are requested to announce several cases consolidated therewith was argued several days ago that Mr Ferguson will deliver a before Judge W H Holt Special lecture in the interests of the Judge and he now has the case American Protective Association It is thought at the Baptist Church to morrow under advisement All are the court will order the road sold afternoon at 3 oclock by the Receiver Mr George B invited to attend Harper Take Your Choice Â¬ The Queen L B MARSHALL CO The Southern Baptist Convention to be held at Washington D fare round trip Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ One to 16th selling May 7th and 8th good 15 days for return General Assembly Cumberland OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Presbyterian Church at Meridian May 16th to 28th One Miss fare for the round trip srliing May 13 to 15th good for return until June 3rd 1895 General Assembly Presbye rian Church DallasTex May 17th FOR SALE to 26th One fare for the round OFFER FOR ALE THE RfSIVESS trip selling tickets May 13th and on todd WE property on t CI ilr street uov oejuled 15th good to return until June Storeroom and residence U Is desirable piop by Flneel Bros This is one or in b st buslnes Slil ertyan I Is otlrod ut ajbargaln locations In tin city the lotU more than i5 fent 3rd front by 95 fett d ep and besdes the lar storeroom has a coifoi table hv- lllii of K Apply for full particulars to any rooms in ths seuon and third stories Thlsii Queen Crescent Agent or to valuable property and will irnkf n llmt dass In FOE RENT vestment A J Lytle D P A Chattanooga Tennessee TWO HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCES OF rooms ei di on Main s reet South Blacksmith O L Mitchell T P A Knox- - THE Frankfort Jmt erected by Dr Reynolds FOR S SuXjE ville Tennessee BirJ R McGregor T P A BLACMITH PROPERTY AT THE qillForks or Etkhorn Including a frame mingham Alabama ot four rooms wltn neces ary bullnliiKs FOR CinW C Rinearson G P A and ten acres of lind Is ofTjre d at uImilmIh This Is the only shop nmv In operat on at that cinnati Ohio place and will eommand a sood trade If run by an May 9th C Real Estate Agents FOR SALE I Â¬ Â¬ Property Â¬ - RENT THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago VERY DESIRABLE RESIDENCE CF FIVE rooms on shelby street South Frankfort experienced workman All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of KAMK the Lake Front through the most WKtVPRUKOttsALEA near spn COT TACK u ol picturesque portion of the city and tllierymid two acres or mil pitty will nU Hll eay ousitHfictory oh land passengers in the magnificent weekly payments New Central Station on Twelfth street This station is con- Â¬ Jjook Out for Them In a window of a building on and Lake FrontAuditorium Richeiieu venient to the Clark street in Chicago occupied Victoria and Leland Hotels and withNow that the small pox scare is of the State and by a section of the Salvation in two blocks Cable Lines OKI 0 Wabash Street the onitisbeiny taken advantage of Army is displayed a placard bear South Side Elevated RailwayandCon- A FARM V 81 ACRES KriiKtfurt LVNtiWITU- In titsity ilmmot Aiarift lor by sharpers to swindle farmers ing venient stops are also made at Hyde of ths uiul s uo in Itiulen ilvicion an i nil fn following Come in and Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Muw aUitnlcrailii line tubicc this tries tlieiv Is the laud alio iii itlty of and other unsuspecting people get prayed for or stay out and be Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Men representing themselves as damned Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars liVn Ilj1TfP SIX tOOM UFSl- officers are calling at farm house s Private Compartment Buffet SleepJ1 IVLii J lence on Clint jn street ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Tjtist of the Season throughout the country and repre transfer across Cincinnati to make senting that the State law re Â¬ i3Krtrt WILL BlTY YOl A Fit HE COT connections 1 Â¬ Garden Property A Mlt property IFfYR t nriken tliiewirelioiitf or T5T7 GRKAT HARK UN IS OFFERED IN THE Hotiso property on Hero street This is wed equipped for malting or would -- IvrnPOMKOoM on skc-Side oud street South FOR SALS iSCnn 9Wv W WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF r rooms on East Jt In street Â¬ I JMIV OIJJtt a double on E tst Ma u street at a bargain tJ I I Li WK OFFEt FOR SALE rain cottage 1 V 260 ACRE FARM FINE LVNl WITH CiOUO IMPROVE nifiits situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is olfered lor Mile IhK I inn Is well adapted to stock nilsltu or will rde line tobicco as well as Will sell all uthercrops Milted lor tlih climate ofViea y pawnmts Â¬ L1 quires vaccination and th it they are sent out by the county They vaccinate their victims charge 50 The vaccine cents and skip out virus quills left by them have beeen examined and the matter supposed to be virus is worthless Correction feafgfififfifrtcQCVlL The scheme is a winner ard the I Frankfort Kw men working it are taking every J April 18 1895 i thing before them They put up i Editor Roundabout a very plausible story ana even I did not sell Mr Win Cromi the shrewdest might be victimized well 35 feet on Shelby street run back 400 feet for 250 as stated in I STILL ANOTHER your last Saturdays issue but h Will buy a handsome Solid i Oak A fellow comes around offers did sell that gentleman a small you a box of soap containing strip of giound lying north of his I thirty six pieces of soap for a dol- residence so as to straighten our lar with a rubber door mat thrown division liiif and give him more AND j ground in the rear of his lot j I le delivers the in as a premium Kindly make the correction and soap which is worthless takes oblige W H Snked your dollar and promises to deloor Indeed liver the mat as soon as it can be manuf ctured with your initials The prospect of relief from ilnmtlj cathartic upon it He vanishes and you for persons troubled with constipation Is poor l Indeed Will buy a beautiful True they act upon the bowo s hut this are left they do with violence mid their opeiutlou tends to to Dont be taken in by them but theweaken the Intestines ami Is prejudicial an stomach Hostetters Stomach Bitters Is keep a sharp look out and have effectual laxative but It neither wipes nor en Furthermore It promotes digestion fecbles them arrested when they show and a reg ilar action of the liver and theklduejs In Polished Oak and Bevel j It Is an efllclent barrier aitalast and remedy for f uo 1 Mirror at Â¬ USS Your ticket should read via the Big South Ue tnrj ot d IVOIUN on Second stret Route to enjoy these privileges will be given by the German Club Four E OMcCormick Pass Traffic Jlgr at the Capital Hotel on Thursday D B Maktin Genl Pass Tkt Agt FARMFORSALE Big Four Route Cincinnati 0 evening next April 25th Mr Sam D Johnson and Miss Chris- Â¬ Dr HTK flfcTPI kIW llV lIW ltll up Prices Cream Baking Powder 110 acres sltuateil on the Ueraetown turn- tine Reynolds will lead plkn Smiles troui hraukfort Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma This is very pro- The last dance of the season A K 12 FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY L0- cated 8 miles from Frankfort on si wood turnpiKe road upon winch there is u nnckresi diictlvelaud Is well Iniproied abtindantlj sun- - deuce of 5 rooms a- tenement of four toonis mid Mother ticesiri- Improomeuts ThMaud Is plied with water mid l especially adipted to the hto k ralslnu iiellilnrhuod Is evellent Inn hUhll1state of cultivation In Implements Ioiulltlou and order to inakeH - nt ehurulies mid sclnnln convenient and all siirhuIck ale will be ollcivd at a baualn louudliUM attracthe A FOR SALE TV ln La iAR SHALL THE CO Â¬ Bedroom Suit Queen Crescent ROUTE reaches the principal cities of the South wit a service of superbly appointed to Uarriman Chatta- through trains Day Coaches and Sleeping Orleans Atlanta Macon nooga Attalla Hirmingham Tuscaloosa Mer Hot Springs and Jacksonville Through Sleeping Cars t sburg Monroe and Asheville and from Chattanoogo to Jn and Shreveport Through Tourist Sleepf M Ui H7 tlllll il Califpnua San Francisco Choice of Routes to Texas via New Orleans or via Shreveport icinnati Short Line from the Hluc Grass C hL ee iarlor with every accommodation to patron jgggJEaj iTj nd Observa- Cars Lexington to Ciuciunati Cafe P Lexingt tlou Cars between Cincinnati Â¬ f huh 1 SIDEBOARD ROGERS SON JPft Eggs for hatching from choice for Plymouth Rocks S T Fortune setting of 13 Barred 1 23 3m malarial complaints and rheumatism and Is of great bent tit to the weak nervous and aged As a medicinal stimulant It cannot be surpassed Physicians cordially recommend It and Its pro fessional Indorsement Is fully borne out Appetite and sleep are popular experience both Improved by this agreeable luvlgoraut and alterative 1 I R i 5gsSlE fifaa Zi Chattanooga t i VpUDlbS UUUlbUUUPO Div OhasWZell Paur Agt Cincinnati 0 y 0PACi 0 Blnear m aira jfPW Vv JWLike Kid N - WE WANT Y TO REMEMBER We Keep all The Best Make lg- v c kept by any firm in That we have the lergest stock of Dry Goods Notions Frankfort unci at prices which ate as low as can be sold by anyone for good goods MJmj is an expression that we hear Dress Goods and Silks All the very latest in Plain and Novelty Goods Silks Velvets Laces and Jets for Our 35 50 and 65 cent Silks for waists are beauties trimming wc c Corsets AMERICAN LADY CENTUARY DR WARNERS h irfcVh AT Vi 1 daily at our glove counter a 51 Ml iaa r I when t customers try on the Best line ever put on sale in our city and at the very lowest prices WASH GOODS -- if KAYSER Patent Finger Tipped Silk Gloves But they not only fit well they wear well We warrant them with each pair a guarantee ticket that entitles you to a new pair free in any case where the Tips wear out before the gloves Blacks and Colors J flfiU WEITZEL 3I3ST O DONNELL STIEMBETCE1 MASTIN BROS HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES 50c 75c and ioo 25 Full line of Silk and Mull from cents up COS Our stock of imple- Â¬ and everything need- Â¬ ed on the farm is large ments is the best on the market Our line of vehicles is the fin est Â¬ and our prices are the lowest Give us a 1 Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Sntered utthc post at FrankfortKentucky class mailable matter office I Ankle Sprained Epworth lieajyuers bo k Historic Chattanooga contain ing full particu lars Internal inual Convention of Epworth League will Every Baker In Frankfort Using Arctic Flour Â¬ Master James Hughes attempt- Â¬ us second ed to jump from a fence to the ground at his fathers residence GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub on Second street Tuesdav after noon and in doing so slipped on FRANKFORT APRIL 20 1895 the wet plank which caused him to alight on the side of his right Havent a Word to Say foot spraining his ankle so badly We have felt like kicking when that he will be confined to the our best news items have been house for manv weeks adopted by correspondents in neighboring towns and sent as Rebuilding the Stable specials to the big diilies or The livery sable of Mrs Kate whole column articles have when been stolen bodily from us with- Mahoney on Main street opposite deout even quotation marks by a the Capital Hotel which was neighboring exchange but when stroyed by fire last fall is being It will be a substantial one of our items goes the rounds rebuilt im- Â¬ and then comes back to us credit- - brick building and a great in appearance on the ed to a Tennessee editor and said provement editor given fits for having written one destroyed it thatsall right for if our Ten- Â¬ Gentleman Jim nessee brother is to get all the cussing he is entitled to the item also James J Corbett the pugil- Â¬ and we are just like the little boy ist passed through the city on the N train Tuesday havent a word 3 oclock L the hen run over afternoon and quite a number of to say people were at the station to get a Wanted to See 11 Sample sight of His Nibs We learn from an exchange that Being Touched Up a father in Indiana with eight marriageable daughters advertised The front of the City Hall is re as a last resort to get them off of ceiving a much i eeded coat of his hands He received the followpaint and will be considerably im- Â¬ Am 1 bachelor and ing telegram proved in appearance and freshen Will marry one of your wealthy ed up thereby daughters Send sample at once The late Capt Robert Collins of Cabinet Kepiiir Shop this county once offended a young I have just opened a cabinet re- Â¬ man who wa visiting one of his pair shop and upholstering estab younger daughters very highly by lishment in the room in the Fincel telling him that he must not block on Bridge street formerly Donaldson pick his ials but take them as occupied by Reock where I am prepared to do all wealthy but the they come kinds of work in my line bachelor abov seems to be will My wife vill also do dressmaking to let the old man make a ing of all kinds Call and see us selection for him J M Wright 33 4t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Send stamp fir official HAVE YOU TRIED at Chattanooga next June The Queen and Crescent Route trip Chas W Zkix mae rite one fare tor round D 1 A Cin- Â¬ cinnati O W A Becklkk N V A m Adams St Chicago III C A B iwd T 1 A Detroit W W DUNNAVANT T I A Cleveland W C RinkaksOn G P A Cin cinnati O Â¬ s wm it x ft 7 1 vtyM THE J E H FLOUR THE BEST IN JLEm raj -- THE WORLD i v YM tv w jss 2- T3S JZiit - a vc naftt tfw YJ if- - g A Great Oiler We will send the Rounomjout one year and The Louisville Even ing Pos one year to any sub Now scrber for S300 jer year is the time to subscribe Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Â¬ i oa HUV V rtacuow l virfrfv nAw jm 7 A1V ivr WHrriifaw M 1 WIMLlW r jvtum 4ri -- a w afom m MBUH m Mif Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con- Â¬ vinced SZl- - JfRVAAryjii T tr xnfiiv I r AT Patronize Home Industry FLOWERS FLOWERS be I m Pure Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder S3IAHVSIE The public are invited to call and inspect the beautiful plants to found in my Greenhouses I have all the latest plants in cul- Â¬ tivation consisting of all the newest roses viz WOTTON MAD CAROLINE TESTOUT I tsmixzkm- 1 KAISERIAN AUGUSTA VICTORIA I m m vnE ma 7 v fSSSS RUcuomiuiisrAiuKiniiHiinjtiiii i IM ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE jri MlLO AMIRICAK 1DIACC0 CTIlfcFnlE mM Wj AMERICAN BEAUTY BELLE SI EBRECHT CRIMSON RAMBLER I have My line of Chrysthemums embrace the latest novelties it all times a large stock of all kinds of Geraniums m w also mwoww us COMPANY SUCCtSSOR Heliothropes Fushias and Begonias Â¬ SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hat stood the Test ol Tlma MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER E POWER Telephone At Store No 74 At Greenhouse THfigS3SiPJKI Â¬ Â¬ RANDS COMBINED Deo 15 1 yG 1 ttCo 75v ZSM1 TMTTwrsMiiiiMT liT i t rTTTTirrwiniT i HlllpjMUjdUUUfr --- -- mmmmmmimmmmmmmmm S3SmmBaKfs j - sami i maiLnaatxaKcrxLV ygjAvcri7itvrjrryMLwjitiJAiAJnc3arj7in7JTzirwiwtai Bsnn mi mmnm in mm iw ii Rnawa MEN WEM OUR i stand9l 2 00 Star 250 300 Pearl fs 111 M Wrhn if In Congress and Bals all style toes In all styles and you will have no others uiUor SHOES STATIOIEBY Civil Service Examination HATS fflKto FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 20 1895 Mieaeliei Call by Number The Civil Service Commission at Washington has ordered that an examination be held in this city on Saturday April 27 1895 commencing at 9 oclock a m for the grades of clerk and carrier in the city postofflce Only citizens of the United States can be examined The age limitations are as follows For carriers not under 21 nor over 40 for all other posi No aptions not under 18 years plication 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 take this opportunity of stating that the examinations are open to all reputable citizens who may desire to enter the postal service without regard to their political affiliation All such citizens whether Democrats or Republicans or neither are invited to apply They shall be examined graded and certified without impartiality 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¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Maistiall COME NOW fatt iai m til y K t A new list of subscribers to the local exchange of the East Ten- Â¬ nessee Telephone Company has been issued and delivered at each station of which there are n ow seventy eight The increased num- Â¬ ber of subscribers has necessitated the employment of an additional operator a young lady who is a stranger in the city and when on duty will not know with whom to connect you when you ask to and it is be given Mr subscriber to requested of each use numbers when asking for a connection So-and-- i AND BUY The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in this City n a - iFrr w Gone With the L Mr X To quit business as we have to surrender our lease on our storerooms This sale will be continued until all our stock is sold JMa OJTTI AHLER Chesapeake HEW YOKE TOH BOSTOK A C Scott formerly of this county but now of Eminence brother of Dr L M Scott of this city who has been U S Deputy Marshal in this district has resigned his position to he N examination come a detective for the L For application blanks full inHe will have his headRailroad structions and information relative quarters at Bowling Green and to the duties and salaries of the will operate in the section of the different posi ions apply at the county between there and Nash- post office to H irdwap Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lime lkck Johnson ville Umcin Plaster hire Uay rire Brick bewer and Flue Pipe Secretary Hoard of Examiners Hre Grats Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon M teriai Wag Repeated Will be on Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Pmws Ferti Awarded lizers Strel Rooting Fishing lackle Guns Blast At the request of all those who Highest Honors Worlds Fair ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Ktc heard it and many others who did SOWER Â¬ Â¬ FOR REDUCED PRICES On The Following Lines Ohio Ry WASHISB PHILADELPHIA and all Eastern Cities Â¬ j Â¬ Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS T tine card In effect May 13 1694 Lve Lexington F V Express No22 dally 1150 am Mldluid Aecom No so dally ex Sun 815 a m 7 p M Vestluuled Express No 24 dally Mt Sterling Accoin Nol28dallyex Sun630p u K Â¬ EAST BOUND not have the pleasure the elegant Easter musical programme render ed at the services at the Church of the Good Shepherd last Sunday A1 will be repeated to morrow are invited to attend DR CALL ON A COLLINS UJ Cj WEST BOUND Telephone No 56 MAIN STREET Is Being Repaired Mr Ed Lillis the contractor commenced 0vorI Wednesday ai ternoon raising the retaining wall on the east side of St Clair street at the north end of the bridge and when completed the iron fence will be reset upon top of ic CREAM BAKING JACOB SWIGERT 101 CO route Mt Sterling iccom No 27 dally ex Sim7 50am 11 15 a m Atlantic Express No 21 dally Midland Accom No 25 dallyexSun4 00 p m Vestlbuled Express No 2i daily 600 pm -olid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 20 hours Frankfort to New Yorh via this Arr Lexington PWWR MOST PERFECT MADE t pur Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A AID Bl r Insurance Agents 102 ANN STREET TORED MANHOOD DR Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers V BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky H W FlILLEK C B RYAN ionl Pass Agt Asst jenl Pas Agt Waxhlneton D C Ctncinrati ement nf the Capital Hotel MOTTS BEST Condensed News Stories Miscellany smyrniNE Song Recital Miss Aniti Muld on of Louisville will give a concert at the Opera Houese in this city on Wednesday evening next April 24th She will be assisted by Miss Coan of Cincinnati the celebrated pian- Â¬ ist as accompaniste Â¬ Â¬ Special Hates Via tln Midland April April 10 17 18 11 St Louis Cincinnati Cinti Oro lestra OoiietirtKt Womens Tom fi Â¬ April 18 Pitthnri ance Meeting April 30 Boston Sons American Revolu tion Apiil 2G 0 Lexington Spring Ilnoesj Â¬ nuciatioiit National Winn As BElOUi AND AFTKLl Keh 23 1 y LJShNO Sale icy am r mmosrvBem ThoBrentreiiPiyfnr rerrousprotrntlonnnrtnllnorvtJusillFenfpBof tlOfcncriitlviMirrims ot rltlurfrevHiirliii Nprvoimlrontretloii 1iiH Intf rl t MiuiliiollnipitiicyNlLhtly iinlon Voutlm1 Kiiors IMentiil Wony ni ot TnhinCd orOptnni wlilcli lent to oh fumitliiniinl lnoiltv Willi every JSor1or wo clvon l oos to ruto irrnf iiiul tlm mnnnv Sold lit KIOi inr ho T mj JU 1tTlflMlfJ3lJCAICriovelniiilCilo m s EC HdS 2DrngrgiEts iiL irelo vrrlttr-inuur-linl- n irS -- B IID -- Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Anwers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THE May Lxiuuton May 4 10 Baltimore 1 4 Spring Rncesf American Medical Buptl t For a Summer Residence May Mny 7 8 Racesf Mrs Lizzie Pepper has rented lil Georgetown Judge L Hord on the May lll lfl Dallas Tex Wallace CiroDHt the farm of May Irmbytcrinn Gen ital AftiHmhlyi Owent6n pike about a mile from Mny ti li Cincinnati0 International Mi the city and will remove her famdiitiiritKt warm Mny 15 17 Pittnlmrg Western Gas Asm ily their to reside during the ciutiout 2 Wtirhingtou Southern Convention Lnui ville Â¬ -- Â¬ 4 7 7 7 YbAK OPbK tic - te -- - weather Mny Kj IK Pittsburg Church V v Baaar oral AsiHinhlyt May lfi lt Lonisville Populist Convti May Mny May May lM 25 -KO Presbyterian Gei -- A baziar and supper will be given by the Ladies Guild ol As- Â¬ cension Church on Friday evening April 26th for the benefit of the Church Â¬ Louisville Christ iui Eiulem tiont Nowlliveii Conn ort Louisville Kings Daughters SH B0 Maminotn Cave1 Ky Iuai inaceutical Asnot jllali Kale Certinciite Plan tHi luiv 28 Clmntifst National J LOUISVILLE EVENING POST by ntffl prepaid to any uddress in Kentucky one year for a The Iortt is an s column s paae daily established in 1870 the lead inii afternoon mrnul ot jeniucny prints the iuu report of the Associated Press full market reports Washington and Vrankfort correspondence special teleHruph nnwsfaArt all from KJK 4tfmrifA 4 MftfBMA fll4ill flAd iliklilB n aab jmi is ha Acjuiaii afuriiug Miutra aurji ip x iivmfit vuuiuv una- eeltany and livo political matter The paper used is clear and the typo lartie und easily read Agents wanted write for terms NOTlChAll persons who wish to take advantage of this offer must make checks und money orders payable to B G BOYLE Room I 530 Third St Louisville Ky k m4 JESS ISBLW Ar y CENTS a week Think of it with the publishers of am euuuiea iuo evening Jost 01 lomsvuie 1to the news- to make an unprecedented offer paper readers of Kentucky 1 will send the tF 7a nSa 7A weekly PRICE courier Journal 100 A YEAR ten page eight column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTKKSON Is tue Kiiltor A The WKKKLY COURIKH JOURNAL makes liberal terms to ngentsr Sample copies ol the puner iiiul Premium Supplement sent tiee to any address Write to 4A COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky THE ROOTTOABOUT AND THE The best work in town is done at the Capital Steam Laundry 24 tf lil j mwmMiwsrmmmMmmWir j- V cured at s MjiMAkSlifeiutSitins ijwi -- Job work neotly exe cince rnrri 11 - t - ri Mwltikr siA1 TiiirniiiifBiwTii 1 k fc -- te 7a k A Ic 7tF k A tF Weekly Couuer Journai SVlilbesentoneyearto any address for 200 1H v hmimMAiiMl Tliis is -- s7foat I am gcing to liarre people sa 3r FbuckleysI Place in Frankfort To Buy Goods JOHN REIjIGIOUS To dose out my entire stoek of china I am giving tinware away at present prices 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 ST- - IBXJOKIILjElTr T CLAIR STREET Learner ago K Jv The remains were taken to Benson Advertised Licttcrs tit Frankfort Kentucky Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ for interment Sunday afternoon lor the pastor will conduct public Below will be found a list of adver- Matrimonial worship to morrow morning at 11 tised letters for the week ending and 730 p m King Ames Mr Thomas H April 12 1895 for letters in the Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Persons King of Louisville and Miss following calling please say that a m list will Maud Ames of LaGrange form- Â¬ they were advertised otherwise they Christian Church Rev V B erly of Bellepoint were married may not receive them Free delivery Taylor the pastor pro tern will con- Â¬ Monday afternoon at the Baptist of letters by carriers at the residence duct the services to morrow at 11 by the of owners may parsonage in this city Rev W observance of thebe secured and 730 oclock following rules The Young Peoples Society of C Taylor officiated First Direct letters plainly to the Christian Endeavor meets in the street and number of house Logax Mr Wal Midoleton lecture room at 645 Second Head letters with the lace B Middleton of Shelby writers full address including street Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m county a young gentleman well and number and request answers to Sunday school meets at 930 known in this city where he was be addressed accordingly Catholic Church Rev Father for some time a clerk in the store Third Letters to strangers or tran- Â¬ ONeil will conduct the services at sient visitors in the town or city Starks whose especial address may be un- Â¬ Church of the Good Shepherd to- of Messrs Crutcher will be married next Wednesday known should be marked in the left morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass April 24th to Miss Mary Hardin hand corner by the word Tran- Â¬ 10 am Vespers at 3 p m sient Logan of Shelbvville Fourth Place the postage stamp The following programme will fce on the upper right hand corner and repeated Valuable Property for Sale leave space between the stamp and high mass 930 directions lor postmark Owing to increasing age and flrock Henry col Russell Thos Grand Italian Mass arranged from Masses of Donizetti Bellini and ill health Mr H R Williams Bish John E Read Mrs Ellft Rossini by M A Gilsinn Reed Charles E Cooper Ben wishes to sell off his property and Drullurd Frank Kens ford Jos L 2 Kyrie V Rogers Miss Fannie Gloria is offering at private sale his block Gregg W J Ratiey Miss Anuy Credo Garner Scott of business houses on the corner Garver Henry D Stateu Snml L Violin Solo Shorill V H Holt James Sanctus of Second and Bridge streets his Harrod Joe Sawyers Hattie Benedictus Simmons H G Agnus Dei livery stable on Second street Hair Clint O Hanley Carrio May Siinmos Liza E VESPERS 3 OCLOCK twenty five head of horses by Hendrickc Paul Starks Dora B Domine ad Adjuvandum Millard SiilHvnu D M B such sires as Whisper Electrotype Joplin Joseph Millard Dixit Dominus Keating Geo Thomns S H Millard and Aparka Beatus Vie He is also selling Marshall George Warren Mrs Mollie Magnificat Millard Whitley Pflte Moore John Regina Coeli Bollman off his stock of groceries hard- Neiigle Theodore Wilhelmn Mrs Mat Violin Solo He ware paints oils c at cost The Powell Tliomnn E Tantum Ergo Millaid Wright Alice C Parker W D business houses are among the PinterIsnac Laudato Dominum best looted in the city and some When calling for these letters Episcopal Church Rev R L man with mony can make a good please say advertised McCready the rector will occupy his S B Holmes P M pulpit to morrow at 11 and 430 investment by purchasing them Â¬ Â¬ How Belimo at m r w nmi i v - Are overstocked on the following articles which 1 am selling at very low figures 60 Riding Bridles n 25 sets Buggy Harness Back Band 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 50 Work Bridles Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand C The E COLLINS Broadway Hardware Dealer RKMcCLU DEALERS IN- Rev J McClusky Blayney D D the pastor will occupy his 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 m in the lecture room Â¬ Â¬ First Presbyterian Church Eubter Services EpisÂ¬ it The U The Easter services at the copal and Catholic churches were largely attended on Sunday Both churches were beautifully deco rated with flowers and potted plants and the music by the choirs Methodist Church Rev F S Pol very fine The weather was not lett the pastor will conduct the ser favorable for the appearance of vices at 11 and 730 oclock spring clothing winter wraps being Sunday school meets at 930 a m comfortable Epvvorth League convenes at fi45 p A AVcIcoiup Visitor m in the ladies parlor Â¬ w show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others S Govt Reports mtsw i lP0fllG s x ni Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p 111 as usual Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church A letter to the was received will Â¬ Roundauolt Buth the method and results wheu yrttp of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly 011 the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual Syiup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro luced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in ts action and truly beneficial 111 its fliola prepared only from the mot healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it 10 all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from Rev George Darsie too late for this issue and DEATHS OF THE VKKK Williams Mrs CBcian Wil- Â¬ appear next week He writes from Cairo Egypt under date of April 2d says he is well and en joying his trip that the Rounda iiout reaches him regularly and is Â¬ QrcK ENJOYS Stationery Black HUE HRRHESS liams died at the home of htr husband in Louisville on Sunday and the n mains wtre brought here Tuesday morning and interred in the family lot in the The deceased was cemetery Miss Norwood daugh Â¬ formerly a ter of the late Jo- - Norwood Â¬ a welcome visitor plXnts I am prepared to supply a fine quality of Cabbage Tomato and Pepper plants and will have a full supply of Sweet Potato and other plants in season Leave orders at Ellwangers Jno M Bantas and Jas Heoneys Hursey DEALERS IN M SADDLES A L B MARSHALL Elizabeth Williams die J at her home near Peaks For Kent Mill on Friday night of last week The Sulphur Bath House has and was buried Saturday afternoon been thoroughly renovated and substitute Hulett Mr Frank Hulett repaired and is now ready to rent CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO died Saturday morning of last Apply to Jas A Mukrav SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE NEW YORK NY week at his home on High View Williams Mrs Â¬ Â¬ A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND miir lO Hiii Y 232 TT3iT STZREJET 1 I KL lillvi -- i odl ilCbiS dlllifdilll Buggies IiUUIglllOlIlSS KM COME TO US FOR EVERYTHING USED ON THE FARM Avery Corn Planters Haworths Corn Planters Corn Drills Doubly Shovels Hand Planters Disc and Shovel Cultivators Garden Plows Surries Phaetons Bicycles Harness Saddles Road Wagons Farm Wagons Spring Wagons Bridles Back Bands Dusters Whips etc Collars and Pads Repairing and Painting Vehicles a Specialty with us Something to interest and save money to every farmer and stock man in the county at our house KY BUGGY conquered kings and princes which the Romans brought hi her to yrace their triumphal processions Into this hole decended the executioner garrote in hand to choke the life out of them and to pitch their dead b dies through the trap door which led into the Cloaca Maxima the great sewer which carried them to the Tiber and Here was thence into the sea incarcerated the princely Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix and the stubborn Numidian foe Jugurtha both of whom were assassinated in this terrible spot What stories of woe these black walls would tell could they but speak Referring to the Cloaca Maxima the great sewer reminds me to say that it is still in active use and we had several glimpses into it one in the Forum which it was built to drain and another at its mouth where it empties into the Tiber For more than 2000 years it has been in operation its con- Â¬ struction dating so far back that it furnishes the earliest application of the arch in Rome Near its mouth is pointed out the site of the bridge where in the with a far off times Horatius brave man on either side held the whole Tuscan army at bay while the Romans behind him hewed down the bridge and saved the city It was remarkable liov as we looked the stirring lines of Macaulay came back to us with new force and meaning There is of course no spot in Rome which treasures up a richer store of memories than the Forum Its site nd the ruined temples around it are carefully guarded by the authorities And well may they be for here were enacted some of the most famous scenes in the history of the Roman Republic The Forum lies between the Capitol and Palatine Hills the two of all the seven most intimately connected with the earliest times Yonder is the spot of the city where Cicero delivered his fierce orations against Cataline and here came Anthony with the dead body of the murdered Casar to speak the marvelous tribute which so infuriated the people while a five minute walk just beyond would bring you to the place where stood Rienzi the last of the Tribunes to make his mighty apYou see peal to the populace around the Forum on every side the remains of temples built to commemorate some great event or era the Temple of Concord to speak of the termination of the great struggle between the patri cians and plebeians the Temple of Castor and Pollux to tell of their divine aid given the Latins at the battle of Lake Regillus the trium phal Arch of Septimius Severus to perpetuate his victory and that of his two sons over the Parthians and Arabians jtJiMot far away U also seen the erected in honor Arch of Titu of his siege and destruction of Jerusalem and underneath which no few has ever been known to On the inside are clearly pass inscribed in relief the procession of captive Jews the table of shewbread and the golden candle stick all displayed as trophies of the Roman Victory Â¬ HARNESS WORKS For Sale Of course the noblest ruin of all rises before you and you rememthe great Colosseum It has ber that this was the ancient city The best paying saloon in Frankever been regarded as in a pecu- Tibur and that here the poet fort Having engaged in the ice liar sense a symbol of the great- Horace hid his Sabine farm on ness of Rome and though but one which he sang the praises of business I will be unable to attend third of the original structure re- rural life and to which came his to my saloon business and would Ma like to sell it before the 1st of mains it is the most profoundly congenial friends Virgil F J Sutterlin St caenas and others to partake of May ruin I ever saw impressive Frankfort Ky ic is 237 St Clair St could be his hospitality and share the cheer Peters great as Â¬ REV GEORGE DARSIE ABROAD is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ancient Rome and Tivoli We again take the liberty of copying from the Christian Guide another letter from Rev George Darsie who is according to the itinerary of his trip stopping to- Â¬ in Jerusalem and day at a hot will remain in the vicinity until Tuesday In my former letter I spoke This mainly of modern Rome time I want to speak of the ancient city And as a connecting link with that distance past let me first say a word in regard to the Cata- Â¬ They were the burial combs places of the Christians in Rome from the third to the fifth century They are located from one to three miles beyond the city wall The excavations go down into the soft tufa or volcanic rock from twenty to seventy five feet and in many cases the narrow passages run one above another as many as five being sometimes thus disposed There are about forty different varying greatly in Catacombs but altogether covering an extent area of 615 acres and stretching out to a total length of 545 miles That of St Ca listus alone has It is been thoroughly excavated on the Appian Way a little over a It wa mile beyond the city gate Along the this our party visited dry narrow way as we passed into it each supplied with a lighted taper we saw the sit e openings or rooms with niches one above the other for the reception of bodies which were shut in by tablets of marble or terra cotti placed on edge and sealed while on the tablets various appropriate These inscriptions were carved niches are now empty save in very and the latgest few instances exhibit of the relics of the Cata combs to be found about Rome can be seen in the Museum ol St Johns Lateran Various symbols of the Resurrection are seen- the principal being the raising of Lazarus Jonah and his Gourd Noah in the Ark Daniel in the Lions Den the Hebrew Children A favorite in the Fiery Furnace symbol with those persecuted Christians was the fish is use originating in the fact that the GreeK word for fish supplies the initial letters of the sublime cen- Â¬ tral truth of Christianity Jesus Christ is the Son of God and Savior The Catacombs would be far better worth a visit if the authorities would require the abstracted relics to be returned to their proper places and the tombs to be restored to their former state As it is one would not feel satisfied not to have paid them at least a short visit I spoke in my last of our visit to the Mamertine Prison ne of the most ancient structures in Rome It consists of dark apart ments one above the other The sub cell was formerly entered from the top cell by a circular hole in It is nineteen feet the ceiling long by ten wide and six and one hall high Into this dark and filthy dungeon were flung the 1 - Â¬ i y 1 Â¬ i Â¬ placed inside the Colosseum and still have it unfilled It had seats for 87000 spectators The external circumference measures nearly a third of a mile while the long diameter of the ellipse is 615 feet the shorter 468 and the height The still preserved portion 150 consists of four stories the first three being formed of arcades the pillars of which are adorned with half columns of the Doric Ionic A wall and Corinthian order with windows between Corinthian pilasters forms the fourth story Apertures are still seen in the ex- Â¬ ternal coping with corbels or jutt Â¬ ing stones below them by means of which canvas was stretched over the heads of the spectators to ex- Â¬ clude the glare of the sun The building was of course open to the The arena was nearly 300 sky fjet long and over 150 wide while underneath were chambers and c ens for the wild beass They al- Â¬ so had means of changing it into a lake for the exhibition of naval by The Colosseum combats is considered probably moonlight the greatest sight in Rome and a number of our party availed themselves of the privilege The only ancient building in Rome which is still in perfect pres ervation is the Pantheon retain ing still its heathen name though since the seventh century conse It was origi- Â¬ crated as a church home for all thegods nally built as a Though deas its name imports spoiled of much of its splendor in order to adorn St Peters and other churches it is still one of the most impressive structures in The building is circular the city with a magnificent dome in the center of which is an opening 30 feet in diameter through which the gods of old were supposed to enter and by means of which the The height building - lighted of the dome and its diameter are eaual ao feet Its walls are of but were brick 20 feet thick formerly covered with marble and A service was being held stucco during our visit and I noticed that the marble floor was wet fioni the rain which was falling through the central opening in the dome Next to the Colosieum the Pantheon was to me the most interesting edifice in Rome Hut it is time to tell ot our de- lightful excursioi to Tivoh and Hidnans Villa I he little city nestles among the Sibine Hills The 18 miles northeast of Rome chief object of interest at present is the beautiful Falls of the Anio river which here pierces the mountain in more than a dozen places and falls into the valley below a distance of 300 feet in a series of cataracts and cascades description beautiful beyond Paths wind down thi mountain side and at countless different points as you traverse their in catch you tricate recesses the past glimpses of the Falls but Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- 1j N TIME TABLE out and you are not surprised A M AM P 31 P M that it is located in the very spot SOUTH eye crops to raise the best No 17 No 19 No 21 No 23 or in plainer speech to command Lv Lexington 845 155 C15 901 Ynrimllton 212 636 the best view of the lovely Falls 917 227 660 Mhluir in all the region Spring Station 925 235 657 Frankfort 350 550 300 720 But lunch is over and carriages 1023 617 333 71 Bwlml Ill iSS 634 Pleuiurevllle 349 806 are here to convey us in half an 1044 641 Knlnence 357 813 Liu ratme 1115 707 425 838 hour to the square miles of im- 1ewee Viil ey 1135 733 44 865 pressive ruins known as Hadrians j Anchorage 1144 715 456 93 Ar Louisville 1219 812 020 93b Villa just below livoli Hadrian the Emperor was a much traveled A M P MP MP M man and he determined to fit up NORTH No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 a residence where he would have LouNvllle 735 410 620 330 at hand every good thing he had Lv Anchorage 811 433 654 402 If in all his joumeyings found Peuee Valley 824 448 7 05 410 850 515 733 428 Lauranee the originals were proportionately Eminence 926 542f 758 450 measure Hie 933 5r0 8 06 466 equal to their ruins what a place Bigilad 949 6 05 825 5 09 1I2H 635 Frankfort 855 535 it must have been I said square -- rirlriK fetation 1045 920 559 One bjilding ne miles advisedly 1055 Mhlnut 929 606 1111 946 621 called the Lyceum another the Ar Yarnallton 11 J0 Lexington 10 03 640 Academy another the Canopn No 21 will stop at Anchorage and He had a vale of Tempe also and passengers for for nothing essential to a com- Christiaiifbnrtf points beyond that Lexington and plete outfit might Le wanting he Nop 17 10 and 21 connect at Lagrange even constructed a Tartarus Here for Cincinnati No 1 and 21 connect Annhnrite lor HlonnihMti Hrauph was my first view of a Stoa a porWhat tion of which still stands immense sums were expended in the adornment of this tremendous which when Ha establishment drian was dead seems at once to have fallen into a state of inno What fools cuous desuetude be these mortals Our return to Rome gave us a fine view of the Campagna whose poisonous exhalations during the summer season make the city such M FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION M a danyerous olace during the hot BBBJ TO the The Cyminan forest on period the North to the Alban mountains LOUISVILLE on the South and from the Sea m on the West to the Sibine hills on M THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON H PAPER IN THE SOUTH once had a teaming It the East Gibbon I believe population Latest Market Quotations says including the city of eight Latest State News millions Now it is but sparsely M M All the Local News settled and but one tenth of it is Complete Press Reports This indeed is1 under cultivation the secret of its unhealthfulnes Largest Circulation in the South People it with a lot of live Amer - LbH a aaa atun AiiPD tlUiUUW AIW WWfcn nail v cans or industrious Gei mans andj let them bring to bear upon it the 50 CENTS A MONTH art of modern farming and what a Even country it would become M Or 500 a Yar by Mall me strongly as it is it reminded of the beautiful Blue Grass Region H JNO A HALDEMAN Bus Mbr of Kentucky with its undulating H M 605 FOURTH AVENUE fields and though far from shar H LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY int the fertility of that region now yet it seems quite capable of equalling it it the right sort ot The labor were expended on it I may remark on closing Tiber reminded me forcibly both in size and color of the Kentucky rivtr H BBBBBBBIBPjt nIf on whose distant banks is my MUt MARKSV mrcAVtAI home and the sight of such a re COPYRIGHTS minder gave me for the moment For a CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT prompt answer and an honest opinion write to iUUNN quite a spasm of homesickness CO who have bad nearlyUfty years experience In the patent business Coinmunlca Geokge Daksik tlons strictly confidential A 1 ml book of In Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ of his old Falernian or old Massic The site of his villa is still pointed 3i 2t I FAG I TiESj H H H LbbbbB BBBBBBB H H 1 J S I H H KYiOTTH BBBBBBBBh V 1 For Rout A house with heven rooms large stable and buggy house on Murray street between Campbell and Apply to Cross W J Hughes 29 tf Â¬ formation concerning IntentH and bow to ob- Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent tree Patents taken through Munn A Co receive special notice In tho Scientific Americnn and thus are brought widely betnretho public with Â¬ out cost to the inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated baa by far the lamest circulation of any scientific work in the world 81 a year feainpie copies sent freo Building Kdltlon monthly fi60 a year Single copies 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 CO NEW VOllK UUl BBOAUWAT MUNN 1 11 t fffle MbwB yVJBBBBaRllSBBWiWljSft ikfturta uUiasRSa Altlll Lji mffrflAJit vUfP i3X2JI22J SPRING 1895 HATS CRUTCHER 150 250 500 500 400 STARKS SHOES 25c 50c 049 15c 45 023 to 50 to 125 25 to 125 25 to 125 50 to 125 75 to 200 100 to 150 50 to 200 50 10 20 SPRING 1895 to HATS Have come to the front with a host of U mpting bargains in M ns Boys and Childrens Suits Furnishings Shoes Hats etc All the Easter Novelties in spring weer Also a lire of Confirmation Suits Remember a failure to inspect our line costs you money CLOTHING UP TO DATE Boys Black and Fancy Suits kneo pant8 BoysJ Black and Fancy Suits long pants Youths Black and Fancy Suits Mens Black and Fancy Suits all wool Mens Spring Overcoats Mens Fine Olay Dress Suits Mens and Boys Pants FURNISHING GOODS to 1800 SHOES SEE WINDOW SHOES m to 600 to 1000 to 1200 Mens Jeans Pants best grade Childrens Knee Pants Mens and Boys Bicycle Pants only All the latest novelties in Childrens Suits to 1500 1000 to 2200 100 to 700 100 25 to 125 150 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Suspenders Unlnundried White Shirts Fancy Working Shirts Laundried Fancy Shirts Undershirts Drawers Strong Working Gloves Driving Gloves Dress Kid Gloves If you are on the alert for the new things look at ours Large lot Childrens Oxfords sizes 8 to 10K050 to 075 Sold for 100 to 150 Misses Oxfords 11 to 1 75 to 100 Sold for 150 to Mispes Tan Oxfords spring heel Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords 2 00 Boys Sweaters Mens and Boys 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York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is placed on the Observa- Â¬ especially Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to trans- Â¬ act business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington Express running through to Boston jvhich reaches New Haven 410 p New London 530 p in m Providence 7 5 p m and Boston The F F V is the 830 p m only modern irain lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Connection Comfort 600 p m is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York nbout 900 At Norfolk connection is p m made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day Â¬ ket tobacco mar DR W I KELLEY 0will be at the TO THE CENTER OP Kentucky Midland By Only direct line between FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE OF CINCINNATI CHICAGO -- Â¬ receipts for the same period of 3611 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY- uary 1st amount to 61001 hhds Sales of trie crop of 1894 011 our market to this date amount to 64487 hhds SaturJay April 27 1895 We have had large sales again on HbMORRHOIDS Plies cured without surttm our market this week and prices remained very strong with an advanc- Â¬ operation mid wltu little or 110 pain ing tendency for the good to fine REEEHENCES grades of burley leaf both of the W McKee Hurdle Franktort Ky colory and showy character and for J A seott Frankfort Ay Bmooth clear red leaf The offer- Â¬ Anthony Leacti Munkiurt Xj ings of the week have embraced a J T stuten Frankfort ivy V p Hulett Benson large quantity of tobacco in very soft RevUerberleii Frankfort h Ky Kt condition with occasional funked A U lMcUure FraiiKtort Ky N J Frankfort hhds and prices for such are decid- Â¬ Dnvlu uurfbea Benson Ky edly lower The general tendency of JasM Moore Wlthrow Frankfort Ky the market for common grades has DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 268 been weaker since the opening of the West Eighth streetOlnclnnatl and where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR week DAYS Pamphlets describing thesq The following quotations fairly and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one represent our market for burley to- Â¬ by addressing W I KELLEY M D 259 W Eight St ClnclnnatlO bacco 1894 crop Trash dark ordamaged CONSULTATION FREE 1 50 2 75 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 00 3 75 Medium to good colory THE GREATEST 3 75 5 50 trash DISCOVERY OF THE AGE Common lugs not colory 2 60 4 00 MNJCCTIOh Common Colory lugs 4 00 5 50 urps in 1 to 4 dam Im Medium to good colory mediate in effect quick to cure A positive pn vontn lugs 8 50 5 50 tivo Cnn bo currli il in vest Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 all complete in ono email package bent y mail prepaid plain ackaco oa receipt 0 Medium to good leaf 15 00 10 JO 100 per box 15 00A 18 00 price Good to fine leaf 22 50 18 00 Selector wrappery J W QAYLE Sole Agent -Â¬ Â¬ just closed amount to 4779 hhds with Sales on our market for the week FSOE2TZ2I HOTEL BY THE- - CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT MONON ROUTE Louisville New Albany Chicago By Co riuonestatiu quickest between Frankfort lisle Georgetown Uaysville mouth and Fans Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also conthe LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for Â¬ Cjthiua Corigtofi VIA KY and f 1 t V ASK KOK TICKETS MIDLAND St Paul Omaha rRRINS RUM BY GEKTBfL STADOARO 4 4 Denver San Francisco -- TlbU ft In effect Dec SCHEDULE OF SO 1W1 TRAINS I AND THE- A M NORTHWEST Cull For v M I A w I p m TRAINS EAaT Lv I Mo 1 No 8 No 2 30 6No7 4U ttlJ v Xm U PIGEON MILK 1 Tickets By The Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar Lv drtlter Duvall Frankfort Munmlt Elkhorn Mamplng Ground Johnson h 700 706 711 710 728 734 7 24J 313 319 331 48U 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wvt B 9 45 9 6 1018 1037 1041 1059 1109 1116 I PLACE THE the city limits of THE DUDLEYthe Ver Â¬ minkforton sailles plkeconminliiK 2C5 acres is torrent from March 1st 1S95 to March 1st 1896 The place Is well adapted to general furmlng stock raising For sale by THOS A JOYCE 480 Broadway nml tobacco urowlng nnd hns mlvantages N depot Also needles oil etc dairy and marketing For partlcus apply to opposite L for all sewing machines a share of your patron the undersigned at Jit residence on Ann street age solicited or to Frank Chlnn attorney Dei 2 6m 12 tf Mrs Makt J Dudley FARM KNOWN I Â¬ LvStamplngttrouiid LvSuramlt ArKranktort 11 Lv Duvall iuuiimi 04i 10 51 Lv Swltzer Lv KUcuorn 703 720 7 13 6 57 ulo 64i 045 b5l 53 545 oro J Xi 1 55 7H 617 685 645 I2au j2j2 105 123 1 40 fr a 1130 n22 726 735 715 160 2U H G MATTERS THE- - LAWYERS 625 pm j Leave Frankfort R30 a m 45 a m Leave Frankfort 7 n 111 1020 11 III Leave Frankfort 23 J p in arrive Lexington arrlvo Cincinnati urrlve Cincinnati WM 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