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The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A jf- LEWIS Publisher - WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED FRANKFORT KY TO LOOAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV DECEMBER 19 1891 Number 15 r WHY Royal Baking Powder is Best pure for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Government is absolutely C F BROWER Main and Broadway CO f The Royal Baking Powder K I will go still further and state that because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same and the method of its preparation HOLIDAY GOODS the Royal Baking edly the Purest and most reliable baking powder offered to the public Powder is undoubt- Â¬ Are you looking for Christmas p ersents If so dont forget our large line of useful arti- Â¬ cles CHAIRS ROCKERS FANCY TABLES CABI NETS BOOK CASES EASELS PICTURES PICTURE FRAMES RUGS PIANO AND STAND LAMPS TABLE COVERS Â¬ HENRY A MOTT Ph D Late United States Government Chemist also cashier and book keeper at the Kajanka same Kajanka the new Parisian spec- Muoh Ado About Nothing that Mr Stcgo of the large wholesale comedy above all others of Shakes house of Stege Coldeway will lead fnnln ia n rvttanf rrrt of- WJV1 ci an HEADRESTS GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF pere so pregnant with keen and in- Â¬ to the altar one of our most bewitch- Â¬ the managers are more than Batified CASES cisive wit and true humanity ing and charming belles early next with the business done the past week Pos Â¬ month Beatrice is an ideal woman at tn at nouse Tne pertormance ana all the tricks and transformations are sessed of a strong mind a ready but also has it that not vixenish wit and strong common Madam Rumormost accomplished now given with great precision The Lace and heavy curtains in great variety another of our Â¬ gorgeous display of scenery cos- Â¬ sense she is one who makes her inand fascinating young lady mends is tume and young and pretty girls is so desired purchases made now can be laid away for future If fluence felt whereer she moves So powerful does Benedict feel the sharp Â¬ to be taken from our fair viAv and proving to be a strong attraction and ness of her tongue that he cries out transplanted in the city of railroads the run of Kajanka is sure to be a delivery Call and examine our stock Prices lowest She speaks almost in despair Dr Dudley returned to Lexington profitable one The young and hand- Â¬ and every word stabs last Monday after spending a week some Mariposa dancers have made a ut though cruel as it may seem to with his friends and relatives at hit and their picturesque dancing is becoming the talk ofthe town They lim the stabs only serve to deepen Wheatland Wall are wildly applauded at every per- Â¬ his love for her But Beatrice is Two bunches of bananas in town formance Mile Bertoto the little something more than clever in raillery and repartee She is heroic and one clerk fired no diagram character dancer has become a favor- Â¬ ite with Niblos audiences and the almost in her defense of her cousin needed Hero Here her character rises to a Miss Anna South is visiting friends Marlinis are giving unusually excel- Â¬ aublime height and Benedicts love is in Louisville lent acrobatic feats During the past so deeply stirred by this exhibition week the matinees have been largely Miss Katie Wright and Mrs Anna attended by ladies and children and ot nooie cnaracter mat ins lovo can not be restrained He too in his Botts have returned from quite an theatre goers who are declaration of belief in the innocence extended visit to Cincinnati Glad to unable to attend the evening per formaces If the present demand of of Hero touches the strings of say Mrs Botts is much better Beatrices heart so that love creeps We see the cards of Messrs Jeffers seats continues extra matinees will M BEATTY in and usurps the throne which wit and Armstrong for sheriff are out have to be given in order to accomo- Â¬ Attorney at Law 6r Heal Estate Agty i8 filling once so proudly held Well this is all right but it is the date the public The play What could be more human and unanimous voice here that the one Niblos as it has not been filled before BEATTYVILLK LEE CO XE3CE3 more exquisite than that scene with who gives us a deputy is the one who in many years Seats were at a high BREATHITT WOLFE PRACTICES IN LEE Powell Clay and other Benedict after her cousin has been gets the votes This is talking right premium last week even at the midcounties accused of being n wanton when she and showing good judgment for if week matinee late comers had to be Sept 5 tt exclaims Benedict kill him kill there is a place that needs a county content with accommodation in the him dead if you will and Benedict police or officer this place certainly upper tiers N Y Press Dec 8 replies with that earnestness inspired does and especially on Saturday Matinee in the afternoon at 2 By my soul I will by lovo The nights when the late train arrives excited state of feeling into which Night it nade hideous by yells howls oclock and performance at night Beatrice has worked herself finds an and curses of the halt and totally Friday December 25th at the Opera ATTORSTJSTT ABf outlet even in the tips of her fingers drunken porsons who get off and a House 334 MAIN STRBliT Will practice in all State Courts Of which tremulous with suppressed majority of them are negroes All goods sold by Coppersmith the lice second floor Custom House anger speak more potently than the KY JanSO ly FRANKFORT Gambling we understand is carried jewelor engraved free words she utters In truth Miss Mavlow is delightful throughout and on to an alarming extent at biteka broRthoK more life into tho nsirt thnn way and Hickman Hill Some time in any other of Shakesperes she as- - go one of our best young colored inon wiiB juurutueu wumu mvu uiiu sumes Mr Tabor in Benedict as in his one half miles of town the author- Â¬ ities were notified thirty minutea after other companion parts with Miss Marlowe shows himself to be a per the tragedy and a deputy sheriff and fect mate Each supports the other constable got out hero ten days or with admirable smoothness II A two weeks after had they come when Wenvor is fclin Dnrrhoviv nrifl nnlntrnt they were notified the murderer 0 xo one too juuimnm Lawrence as coum imvo uiiiiy uowi unuum gentlemen who will give us a deputy Vercres the headboroncrh is doserv JlDG LJi A Jbcj L or come when duty calls ana de Â¬ J D Jco ing of equal praise Mr Lawrence is a young comedian of no mean ability mands in Shakesporian parts Miss Lindo O this dull depressing headache mann makes a sweet Hero and That wont wear oil William Stuart a dignified and grace Â¬ and this spitting ful Olaudio Mr Hanford has little This hawking hacking cough And this to do as Don Pedro but as usual does Ive lost my sense of smelling that little consumately well And taHtos going too At the Opera House Tuesday I know catarrhs what ails me December 22d But- - what shall I do My hacking and my hawking TIjc Secret oi Success Keops up a steady din haunted by J W Gaylo druggist beliovos that Im Consumptiontho fear that may set in the neorot of success is perseverance Tlioreforo ho persists In keeping the I feel supremely wretched No woudor Im blue finest line of perfumeries toilot arti cles oosmetica drugs ami ohemioalH I know my healths falling But -- what can i dor on tlio market Ho especially invitoB Do Ill tell you what to do my nil porsons who have palpitation friend if youll Fond mo your ear a fihotL breath weak or hungry spells pain in side or shoulder oppression minute Go down to the drug storo night mure dry cough smothering and buy Dr Sagos Catarrh Remedy Jropay or heart diseaso to try Dr and take it according to directions Allies unequaled Now Heart Ouro given and youll soon find that this joforoitis too late It has the larg misotablo headache is a thing of tho est snlo of any similar remedy Fine past tho haoklng hawking and spit GUN ting so disagreeable to others as book of testimonials free Dr Miles Restorative Nervine is unsurpassod well as yoursolf will come to an ond and in a short time you will fool like for lileopUfisnofJS houdaeho llts oto a now man -- think of that and all for 6 and it contains no opiates fifty cents which is tho price of Dr Sagos Catarrh Romody tho untitling Jett ouro for this terrible diseaso Gum shoo wonthor this woek W L Oopporsmlth challenges com Â¬ Tobacco is in case or lino ordor for parison in stock his stock is now aud shipping of tho latest designs Thoro was a progressive ouohro party at Miss Maggie Quinns last Solid silvor and sllvor platod waro Wednesday night In endless varloty at Coppersmiths Master George Edwards has taken for W L Oopporsmlth has some barÂ¬ a position as olork with Mr Trumbo jit tho Arcade Miss Eloiso Trumbo gains in solid gold ladlos and gents cK of the Big Eddy neighborhood is watohes Mucli Ado About Nothing Carpets Furniture Paper Draperies C F BROWER CO out-of-to- H G KTTEHET J Â¬ wjTchihh jr tAW Â¬ JJJrtE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The best in the market for the money Just received 10000 loaded shells loaded by the Hazard Powder Company with TTheO TtheIOTOI3E33El best in market Agents uis3eik colt uisnD smith cxnsrs mmmatammmimmmmTnr mi inattwa TTTTrr- r- nn FRANKFORT MMHaananMni 7UCh j5JL3m J1Mxmm2 mMXMmJLMm Watches Diamonds Jewelry Novelties Clocks Silverware HOLIDAY GOODS FOE lEIRriCTTXjAIRS SEE Canes c WITH MURDEROUS Opera Glasses Gold Pens Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses Gold Personals Headed 233 TENT IN- - SAXasTH CLXIR STREET e Mr Harry Glenn of Carlisle is in 25 the city Wiilioit Slioots Iiis Wife Judge Lindsay left Tuesday for Louisville A large line of James B Wilhoit a Shelby county Wm Alexander of Paris was in rKZni farmer whose homo is between the city Thursday Christiansburg and Shelbyville mis- Â¬ L H Ramsey of Lexington was treated his wife and threated to kill in the city Tuesday her several times and for fear that Mr L P Johnson was in Louisville ha would carry out his threat she left the first of the week All useful Christmas Presents him last week and came to the resiCo of Louisville was Hon Attilla dence of her uncle Mr John Toppers in the city yesterday who resides two miles fiom this city Miss Sallie Theobald is visiting on the Versailles pike bringing her Blade Park friends in Lexington Mr Chas D Bercaw returned Sat Â¬ little daughter with her and leaving Mr M Parker spent Sunday with urday from a two months sojourn in her two boys with their father his daughter in Paris Colorado very much improved in Tuesday afternoon Wilhoit went to Mr Ed Posey visited friends in health the residence of Mr Toppeis and en- Â¬ Lexington last Sunday Miss Theodora Phillips who has deavored to persuade his wife to go Mr Ed Meagher of Mt Sterling bepn visiting friends in this city home with him which she refused to returned to her home in Lexington do when ho drew a pistol and at-Â¬ was m the city Monday Mondaj Miss Mamie Lindsey returned tempted to shoot hor but Mr Toppers 8 250 insurance Hon W M Moore of Cynthiana took the weapon from The Constitution Monday from Louisville See notice of Dr Walters next visit him and after was in the city Thursday Mr Moore Miss Ruby Macklin visited Lexing- Â¬ is a candidate for Speaker of tho a time ho left andcame to this city alist came out on time this week in another column ton the flist of the week Grand opening of Holiday Goods at next House Wednesday afternoon he got drunk notwithstanding the fire and we are glad to learn that Bro Holland will Sower Ahlers Monday 11 tf W N Easley of Pleasureville Mr Mr John N Marshall and wife of and went out to Mr Toppers again go to work at once to rebuild and wts in the city Thursday this city who have been visiting and renewed his efforts to get his All the best grades sf coal for sale Judge S E DeHaven of LaGrange jtheir daughter Mrs Otis Ashurst in wife to go home with him She still equip his office although he had not at 12 cents per bushel by the Frank- Â¬ Georgetown returned Wednesday 12 tf was in the city yesterday refused and he again drew his pistol a cent of insurance his loss being fort Elevator Coal Co Mr John M Todd of Louisville and placed the muzzle of it against total Judge W L Pence is very sick at tEBERBmfitmsagSBBSSaMStt came up Monday and will remain his residence in Bellepoint Candidates FOR 40 YEARS DR WM here during tho winter having ob- - her temple but she struggled away Hord Brown was in Louisville tained a situation at the Capital from him and when the pistol went Mr Sunday visiting friends last In another column will be found office oft the ball todk effect in hor left Mr Ross C Adams of Lexington thigh inflicting a painful flesh the announcements of Messrs R D Mr Hiram Berry is very sick at hs residence on the South Side junior member of the firm of Wm wound She ran screaming into tho Armstrong A G Jeffers and Jas G Son the dealers Mr Chas Connell of Louisville is Adams town Mondaj marble paid the house pursued by Wilhoit who was Brawner as candidates for sheriff of litis been FOR THE LUNGSremedy and was in u never fnlllnsr family for visiting relatives in this city CONSUMPTION COLDS LA pleasant call endeavoring to shoot a second time this county All of them are clover COUGHS SORE THROAT Roundabout a ORIPPE5 1IOARSENFSS Mr Sylvester Labrot is home from ACUTE and Mr Toppers who was in tho rear of gentlemen and good citizens and PNEUMONIA C TAMUf INFLUENZA ASTHMA Mrs Virginia Crittenden AND school to spend the holidays lib daughter Mrs Mary Haycraft and the house got to him in time whichever is selected for the posi- Â¬ WUOOPIC1IROMO BRONCHI PLEURISY PAIN J COUGH CROUP Mr Joe Reed of Louisville was in her son Master Willie Haycraft and to prevent him from doing her tion will make the county a good and INTHLblDEAND SPlITINf OF BLOOD iinl nil diseases of the Mr Richard Crittenden went to further harm the city Saturday and Sunday but having only efficient officer Wednesday to Greenville Miss Chest and Lungs Throat Mr Robt Burns Wilson was in spend the winter Crit- one arm he was unable to again dis Miss Rose Barge Blown Up Lexington the flist of the week tenden who Is now visiting Miss arm the would be murderer though -- CONSUMPTION in Owensboro he was gotten outside the house and Mr Howard Orbison who has been Gensie Brashear Tho old stone barge which was DR Wm will when she returns from that trip very sick is able to be out again HALLS BALSAM cont tins no opium divide her time during the winter a passing neighbor was sent for anj sunk at Salendors wharf about a morphine nornny deleterious drug It soothes Mrs Kate Callaghan leaves Satur- Â¬ with her aunt Miss Sallie Jackson officer and heals the Membrane of the Lungs Inflamed year ago was broken up by charges and poisoned by disease and presents night day for a short visit to Lexington and with Miss Effie Hill in Lexing To escape arrest Wilhoit left and of dynamite being placed in tho sweats und tightness across the chest It Is pleasant to tho tiate Geo Peek of Georgetown was in ton started to go to his home in Shelby water near it Thursday and is now WM HALLS BALSAM Be sure and ask for DR and take no other visiting relatives the city Thursday J or sale by county but was overtaken about two in such condition that it can bo Christmas Tree Mrs R S Burnett leturned Monday miles from this city on the Shelby- Â¬ pulled out of the river by the snag Druggist Frankfort Ky from a visit to friends in Louisville The Sunday school children of tho ville pike and arrested by Deputy boat when she comes down from No PRICE 25C 50C 100 Mrs T B Newman has returned Christian Church will bo given a Sheriff Albert Kirtley and Constable 6 The bargo lay in such position DR WM HALL CO NEW YORK from a visit to her mother in Louis- Â¬ Christmas tree Thursday evening Oct 24 Cm D A Peters He was brought to that coal barges could not be brought ville this city and taken boforo Squire Pat up to tho wharf to be unloaded Mrs Lena Robinson and daughter Entertained McDonald who fixed his bail at of Georgetown were in the city Thursday Judge W H Sneed and wife enter- Â¬ 2500 which he was unable to give TH AT TERRIBLE COCGH and was lodged in jail hi tho morning hurried or difficult Mr James Conway of Louisville tained there friends at toa Wednes On Thursday morning ho was breathing raising phlegm tightness city Wednesday visiting day evening at their beautiful resiwas in the in the chest quickened pulse chill old friends dence St Elmo on the South Side brought before Judge Williams noss in the evening or sweats at and the question of bail was argued night all or any of these things are Mrs Jake Swigert and daughter and fixed at 1500 which hegavehis the first stages of consumption Dr Mary Hondrick have returned from Married Henderson father becoming his bondsman and Ackers English Cough Remedy will cure these fearful symptoms and is Mr Geo D Wiley and Miss Dora he was released Miss Kate Sanders is visiting hec sold under a vositive cruarantee bv sister Mia H H Owsley in Wood- D Morgan of Owen county wero o J W Gaylb Druggist ford county Cli Wliat a Cougli married in the county clerks office Rev George Miss Casseldino who has been vis Wednesday afternoon Inkstands games work boxes and Will you heed tho warning tho has left Darsie performing tho ceremony iting her sister in this cit signal perhaps of tho sure approach Eocket books in endless variety at for Eminence lft lt news dopot of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ m Holiday Rates Mr Alex Innes the well known sumption Ask yourself if you can night clerk at tho Kenyon Hotel is To Cincinnati afford for the sake of saving 50o to CURES on the sick list Tho Kentucky Midland Railway run tho risk and do nothing for it N R R will sell round LOSS OF The L Young the noted Lexing- Â¬ will sell holiday excursion round We know from oxperienco that Mr Milt ton horseman was in the city the trip tickets to all stations on its lino Shilohs Cure will cure your cough trip tiekets to Cincinnati Ohio at Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausoa It never fails This explains why 360 during the holidays first of tho week and to all points on tho Queen W W Alexander Agent more than a Million Bottles wore Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Mr Frank Kavanaugh who has Orescent system at two cents per sola tno past year it relieves croup Headache Nervous Pros Â¬ been very sick for the past week is milo Tickets good going December and whooping cough at once Engine for Sale I have a second Â¬ tration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ able to be out again Mothers do not be without it For hand Gaar Scott portable sfream en Â¬ 20th to 25th inclusive limited for pitation of the Heart lame back sido or ohost uso Shilohs gine in good order for sale cheap Mamie Morris return to January 5th 1802 Misses Sue and Loss of Energy Porous Plaster Sold by J W W T FEATHER8TONE visited Miss Mary Hill in Lexington Gayle 15 4t 37 Forks of Elkhorn Ky Weakness of Back Feelings of the first of tho week Consumption Languor and Lassitude Gen Â¬ Sliilolis Cure Messrs B P Bonnett and Leo Lost Pair of gold spectacles on Fire at Eminence eral Debility La Grippe Rutherford of Shelby county wore whoro Main street Franlcfort some This is beyond question tho most Etc Etc in tho city Wednesday G E Collins or J L Rodmans On Friday morning of last wook a near successful Cough Medicine wo have liberally rewarded finder In uo for 2i years by eminent physician Mr Goo W Lowis of Louisville ovor soiu a low uoses mvarmuiy tiro occurred at Eminence which Tholoaving will bo at this ofllco or re- Â¬ thorn and HurgeonM tu tho Uultod Button mid pro Â¬ iH spending tho holidays witli his euro tho worst cases of Cough destroyed all tho buildings upon tho by to Mrs Sarah Feath nounced w by thtim tho heat TONIC extunt brothor Mr Will A Lowis Croup and Bronchitis while its won- Â¬ west sido of Main street from tho turning at onceof Elkhorn It ouren here all others full Try It and bo 15 lt erstone Forks convinced Auk your Druuglut for It derful success in tho cure of Con m Miss Lizzie Orutoher of Franklin sumption is without a parallol in tho two story building which fronts tho Foil Rent Houbo on 3d stroot con county is tho guest of Mrs Math history of medloino PItlOE 100 PER BOlYTIiK Since its first dopot to tho Christian Ohuroh Thp tnining eight rooms all modorn con Â¬ Wakefield- - Shelby Sentinel discovery it has boon sold on a CO Manfs and Proprs guarantee a tost which no other flro originated in tho ofllco of tho veniences Lately occupied by Mrs J ED RAY Misses Fannio and Bessie Lowis of and spread bo M 0 Haycraft For tormB apply at Constitutionalist If you modiolno Woodlako ore tho guests of Miss cough wo can stand ubIc you to have ita PARI8 ICY corner 3d and Shelby streets try earnestly rapidly that in one hour and a half Margarot A Lowis Second streot ll 2t Price 10o 50o and 1 If your lungs about a doien buildings wore a Sole Agent W B AVERILL Mrs A II Hampton and ohildron are soro chest or back lamo use smouldering mass of ruins Tho Consult Dr Walter on his next Â¬ Ky Frankfor of Winchester who have boon visit Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J June 13 1 jr 37 loss is about 25000 with only about visit here ing hor sister Mrs 0 P Exum on W Gaylb Second street left Monday to visit relatives in Shelby county Mr A H Roid of Paducah and a cadet at West Point was in the city Sunday visiting Mr Ed O Leigh Miss Fannie Herndon of Louisville who has been visiting Miss Evelyn Brown returned home Monday even- Â¬ ing Mr Alfred B Read and wife who have been very ill for some time at their home near this city are improv- Â¬ ing Mr Joe Swigert has returned from Chicago where he has been tilling the position of Secretary at Garfield m J W DPoclset ves Caiy- and Straps O un3 and m i Â¬ Four Poclset Knife QUAY CHURCH i Halls Balsam Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TONIC APPETITE m Have received a largo lot of this delicious fruit which I will sell very low ing elsewhere OarsLXi Select Extra s es Oysters 9 Ol9HSSm And Bulk Also Call and get prices beforo purchas Â¬ Norfolk in Cans Fine Celery Leave your Christmas orders if you want the best at J HEENEYS SOUTH SIDE GROCERY HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT AT COST W L Coppersmith The Jeweler offers his entire stock of Cdatches Clocks and deuxelvy AT GOST FOR GASHÂ¬ This sale is not of a few odds and ends but is a fresh stock of the latest patterns and selected with care Having anticipated a heavy trade on the above goods this Christmas on account of abundant crops in this and adjoining counties I have stocked my store with choice goods and I have determined to let them go DEGAElDIiESS OF FHOFXT as above until the first of January 1891 TX7- A man who has practiced medicine for 40 yoars ought to kn5w salt from sugar read what he says Toledo 0 Jan 10 1887 Co Gen- Â¬ Messrs P J Cheney tlemen I have been in the general practice of medicine for most 40 years and would say that in all my practice and experience have never seen a preparation that I could pre scribed with as much confidence of succe8ss as I can Halls Catarrh Jure Have pre- Â¬ manufactured by you scribe it a great many times and its effect is wonderful and would say in conclusion that I have yet to And a case of Catarrh that it would not cure if they would take it according to directions Yours truly Office 215 Summit St We will give 100 for any case of cnao can not ue cureu witu uatarrn Halls Catarrh Cure Taken inter- Â¬ nally CO Props F J CHENEY Toledoj O 2 druggists 75c ISTSold by all L LGORSUCHMD Council Proceedings Monday Dec 14 1891 The council mot Monday night in All present except called session Councilman Shaw The mayor stated that ho liad called the meeting for the purpose of taking action in regard to a 5000 note due the State National Bank Dec 15 The finance committee was di xected to pay 2500 of said note and renew for 2600 The clerk stated that at the last meeting of the council they had granted coffee house license to Jas F Dailey and that since that time there had been presented to him a and he wished the remonstance counoil to take some action on same Darnell moved to re- Â¬ Counoilman consider the votegrantingsaid license The yeas and nays were demanded and the result was as follows yeas 4 nays 4 Councilman Darnell then moved that the clerk be directed to hold up license until after the regular meet ing of the council which motion was adopted The mayor stated that the clerk desired to make a statement in re Â¬ gard to the missing poll book City Clerk Payne then aroso and made the following statement On last Wednesday afternoon Mr R Tobin asked mo when the return Â¬ ing board would issuo him his certi Â¬ ficate of election I told him I was Ho said if I ready at any time would moot him at the oillco at 7 ho would havo City Marshal oclock Mace Williams there and wo could I came to the issuo him a certificate oilico a little after 7 oclock found Squire McDonald R Tobin and Maco Williams waiting on the outside of I unlocked tho tho door for mo odlco door wont on tho inside fol- Â¬ lowed by tho abovo named gontlo mon unlocked the vault took out tho poll books when all of us ox jiminod them for some time Squire McDonald blocked out on a lottor hoad tho form of tho cortifioato and I sat down at my type writer and copied samo when Mace Williams and mysolf signed samo and handed it to Mr Tobin utter whioh Squlro MoDonald loft Wo three talked to gothor some time and Mr Tobin took his loavo but boforo he left ho told Mr Williams ho would oall baok for at tho oillco and oumo him to wait buck Mr thoro until ho Williams and mysolf looked over tho poll books u while longor until I m i looked at my watch and saw it was 810 when I told Mr Williams I was going to see Sol Smith Russell took up the poll books and started to put Mr Williams them in the vault told me to leave them out as he had to wait for Mr Tobiu and he wanted to look at them would take good care of them place same in a drawer when ho was through ana lock the door I left them with him as above stated and have not seen them since I had no occasion to look at them Thursday but Mr V Berborich came in Friday evening and asked to see them when to my surprise they were gone After the clerk had finished his statement Judge B G Williams stated that his brother who was Marshal Mace Williams sick desired him to state to the council deposited the books in the that he drawer indicated Councilman John L Tobin stated that ho was present and saw Marshal Williams place tho poll books in the drawer agreed upon and upon leav- Â¬ ing the office look tho door The council then passed the follow- Â¬ ing resolution Resolved By the Board of Council- men ot tho Jity ol Jbranklort that a reward of one hundred dollars be offered for the apprehension and con- Â¬ viction of the party or parties who unlawfully carried away from the City Clerks office the poll books of the recent election lor mayor The council then adjourned l coppebsmith K III I Tho Kentucky Military Institute near this city has just closed for the Christmas holidays After veekB two of rigid examina- Â¬ tions the first honors were awarded to Cadet George R Lewis the son of Mr John Lewis of Glasgow second honors were won by Cadet Frank Hewitt son of Mr Virgil Hewitt of this city Tho faculty have many kind words for these deserving young men not only on account of their fine scholar- Â¬ ship but also for their manly and honorable bearing aB young soldiers JAY-EYE-S- EE Mn J I Cash Hickory Grovo Fnrir LrnRucinc Wis Aitit1ifcry Known rcmeay i removed n iu it oi vo years standing lrom ali j cai cA iii wlti hrco nppllcutlous of Safe Mm of ts 53 iuwtraufrw gk moMP I lis tho best preparation I havo over used oili nrJL 1 heartily recommend it to all Iloisiincu o TIVmkc hundreds of such testimonial PrIceSl50 per bottle Ask yourdrugglstforlt Iflio Joes not kCLiitbonlU3UCstuiisorslIvcrfortrIalGr CO Whitehall N Y W B EDDY True Economy No matter how many hundred doses of any other medicine are offered for a dollar Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the cheapest blood-purifisold through druggists because its guaranteed and your money is returned if it doesnt benefit or cure With its use you only pay for the good you get Can you ask more Go to Barretts news depot for 15 lt Christmas presents AN OPEN TELEGRAM Receive at Headquarters Frank- Â¬ fort Ky 11 a m North Pole Nov 20 1891 My Dear Friend Dont miBs tho beautiful Holiday -- FOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - C E COLLINS Cement Bliss Oils BRO Iron Hardware Wall Paper and Decorations Lime Plaster nd Hwd Paints tScs Harass Sled Belting Sub Doors Bliriols ALSO A FULL LIKE OF IFo vder Slxct and S2bell8 m Sewer and Fhm aMM3EmZXmS0TfJril Fine and Rock HtWvIbjkIk rviiif4 -- aMVI TrJVmHwiSf Guaranteed Cure Wo authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis- Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afllicted with a Cough Cold or any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this romedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may roturn the bottle and havo your money refunded Wo could not mako this offer did we not know that Dr Kings Now Dis covcry could bo relied on It ndver disappoints Trial bottles free at Phil Oaupenters Drug Store 2 Large size 50c and 101 Salt UIN AND LEWIS STttEST 43 3 llljTfj r-A 4KF0RT KENTUCKY Display at Sower Ahlers 307 309 Main street Frankfort Ky Finest lotjof Christmas goods I ever saw -- immense assortment now novelties fine seleotion hand some presents low prices This is your best chanoe Â¬ ly JACOB S W IG JERT CO Have Removed From the Bafzell Building OUST 3wdLAI2ST STZEBZEEI1 TO SANTA OLAUS Holiday Goods Oranges Lemons Malaga Grapos Raisins Currants Citrons Pigs Dates California Prunes and Evaporated o very Poaohes Nuts Candies Day Haffs cheap at 13 A lurtfo and wqll selected stock of Wnll pookots perfumery and fancy ink stands at Barretts news depot 15 tf lt DeatU of Mrs Warfield Mrs Charity Warflold died home on Lower Wilkinson short time at hor Novelty Dress Goods street Our entire stock of colorod novelty Wednesday morning at 0 oolock in suits at cost 13 3t Sam D Johnson Co She leaves a family hor 01st year of ono son and throo daughtors Hor Cloaks Clonks funeral took placo ftora her late res Our stock of ladies misses and idence Thursday afternoon childrens cloaks at cost to roduco stook Â¬ All trimmed and untrimmod bon- Â¬ nets and hats at half former prices 13 at Sam D Johnson Co Millinery o H101 ffiND 102 JBSTThey will fill MN STREETS 4 Basement of the Capital Hatela- this space with an entirety new advertisement in DWAR DPuOTIOuIli THIS FIRST SYMPTOMS 13 3t Sam D Johnson Co OF DEATH Tired fueling dull hoadaoho pains In various parts of tho body sinking at tho pit of tho stomach Iobs of up potito fovorishnoBfl pimples or sores aro all positivo oviuonco of poisonod blood No matter how it bocamo poisoned it must bo purified to avoid death Dr Aokers English Blood Elixir has novor failed to remove aorofiuous or syphilitic poisons Sold under positivo guarantoo 9 J W Gaylb Druggist Now lino of finest standard poiiB We oiler a new and attractive stock of fancy articles at low prioos for tho HoUiday trade Sam D Johnson Co l3 3t Wo oiler our entire stook of ladlos 1U 2H Cliristmns Goods Plumber Gas Fixtures GasSteam Fitter -- AND DEALER IN- - Ladies Underwear Sam D Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosots STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO woolen underwear at groatly reduood PIPE AND FITTINGS IDTO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK prices to close out stook Johnson Co at Burrotts 15 Wo havo a good and oholoo stock gold at low prioos Fur Capes and Mufft 3t Sam D GUARANTEED In roarof Salandors Grocery FRANKFORT KENTUCKY lt 13 Johnson lOo Co Notloo W L Copporsmlths out sulo until tho first of January 1802 Clood 13 tf Raisins only Day per pound at tRYAIITIbSTRAITOIIBuinstM BookKWmmo 0THAKUTUMMM1 Ac WRtrPOftaATAVOaUIAH8PuiUNKmMATION2MVUU9 IIafpb f I tT jtfVW BiCiftSlblttiiV vf F SEED THAT PUMPKIN To the customer guessing neaiset the NUMBER OF SEEDS in our Pump in now on exhibition in our window TX7E TKrXTJJL G IVE AND TO THE NEXT NEAKEST GUESS 1 1 Swiss Music Box 10 Airs Value 35 Guesses are made on a card with the name of and pi iced in a sealed box until Christmas Day when the Pumpkin will be cut and the seeds counted Counting will take place at our store at 10 oclock Christinas Jay guess Handsomely Dressed DOLL JLC tfJTEach customer cash or credit who buys as much as will be given one 4 Feet High VALUE 35 C uessw We Keep a Full line of Boots Shoes 306 Main Street JtutAxNKMiT ttUUiNDAUUUT Eltttcred at the post olUee tit Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable matter Hats Books and Holiday Goods at Lowest Prices Meagher FSP Marshall ANNOUNCEMENT wSSPRjw Wearouuthoilzedto uiinounco W H PAR RENT of Franklin oouritr as a iiimlldute for Assistant dork of tho House of Representatives of the next Legislature suhject to tlie action or tho Democratic caucus Auk 15 te v rtS 1E0 A LEWIS Editor and Publisher DEC 19 1811 FRANKFORT Loolc After tlie Sidewalks The city authorities should brace up and try and enforce the law in re Â¬ gard to keeping the sidewalks clear of obstructions and in good repair Many of them are almost impassable now and will become worse as the Orders innumer- Â¬ winter advances able have been issued by the various City Councils requiring the property holders to repair the pavements in front of their property but we do not remember a single instance where the order was ever enforced There are numerous squares in South Frankfort where the sidewalks are in such condition that they are dan- Â¬ gerous to the lives and limbs of sober pedestrains who have to pass over them and sure death to the drunken man who undertakes to wrestle with them On the North Side they are not quite so bad but still they arp a A lady who disgrace to the city was passing along one of the princi- Â¬ pal streets a few days ago slipped on the sidewalk and fell bruising her- Â¬ self very badly and felt very much outraged that the city should suffer the sidewalks to get into such a wretched condition This matter should be looked after the Council should not be content to issue an order but display a little backbone in seeing that the order is strictly enforced after it is made We understand that the present Council has this subject under consideration and will issue an order warranted to Arm Broken stick when promulgated but the While Mr Al Simpson mate of winter will be gone before they move the U S Snag boat Kentucky was in the matter assisting some of the crew in lowering A Double Funeral a wicket gate at Lock No 6 Friday afternoon of last week a heavy Friday morning of last week Judge piece of iron used in operating the Harry Hardie of Bellepoint was gate fell and struck him upon the found dead in his bed a notice of arm breaking the bone He was which appeared in our last isBue It brought to this city where Dr H L was arranged that his funeral should Tobin reduced the fracture and he Just left for his home in Brooksburg take place Sunday afternoon before the hearse which was to bear Indiana his remains to their last resting place arrived at the house his sister Miss Fell and Hurt Herself Margaret Letcher Hardie who had Mrs Miranda Gorham who has been an invalid for years suddenly expired The funeral was postponed been quite ill from an attack of the when grip for several days attempted to Monday afternoon until brother and sister were borne to the walk across her room at the resi- Â¬ cemetery at the same time and now dence of her daughter Mrs A E sleep the last sleep side by side Stephens on Cross street Monday The sad and unusual sight of two morning and was so weak that she hearses in the same procession is one fell in the floor striking the small of not often witnessed in this com- Â¬ her back upon the fonder in front of munity the grate inflicting injuries from which it is feared she will never iiotli Dead fully recover Â¬ mm sister of Miss Margaret Campbell and The Sick Mrs J H Williamson of this city Miss Margaret Lewis who has been Both have numerous relatives and friends in this city who will hear of confined to bed with the grip is out again their deaths with regret Mr J H Williamson is quite ill Gone to Lawrcncebwrg with pneumonia at his home near this city Mr Nov White and family have Little Robert youngest son of Mr removed to Lawrenceburg to reside Jas N Miles who has been very ill where hewill open a coal yard Mr with diphtheria is improving Mr George Donaldson has rented and Miles is also confined to the house moved into his residence on the cor- Â¬ with the grip ner of Cross and Logan streets W J Chinn Miss Nellie Mrs Chinn and Mr W J Chinn jr who Holiday Rates have been ill the past week are im- Â¬ proving N Railway will sell round The L Miss Belle Giltner has been con- Â¬ trip tickets between all points over fined to bed for a week with grip in- Â¬ its lines from Dec 20th to 25th Dr G F Thompson has just got clusive and Dec 29th to Jan 1st in- Â¬ ten out after an attack of the grip at one and one third fares and now his wife children and serclusive This also in- Â¬ for the round trip vant girl seven in all are laid up cludes points on the Nashville Chat- Â¬ with it tanooga St Louis Railway Dr U V Williams has been con- Â¬ fined to bed for several days with the Attention Teacliers grip Mrs David Nicol and daughter The examination of applicants for the positions of teachers in the little Miss Mary Todd are both white public schools of the county confined to the house with the grip will take place on Friday January Lots Sold 1st in the office of the County Super- Â¬ intendent The examination of ap- Â¬ Mr Stephen Black sold on Saturplicants to teach in the colored com- Â¬ day two lots on the south side of mon schools will take place on the Broadway near the Railroad bridge 8th of January at the same place as follows One on the corner of an alley near Mrs LeComptes old resi- Â¬ Commendable dence 32 by 186 feet to Judge R E Gaines for 24 per foot front and the All claims not consistent with the 66 by 168 feet high character of Syrup of Figs are lot adjoining the same 20 per foot Cal Fig to Mr Robt Ohoato for purposely avoided by the front Syrup Company It acts gently on Mr Choate commenced work on the kidneys liver and bowels cleans- Â¬ effectually but it is Monday clearing away for the foun- Â¬ ing the system story residation of a not a cure all and makes no preten dence of sixhandsome twohis lot and rooms upon sions that every bottle will not subJudge Gaines will build upon his in 13 lm stantiate the spring Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4S I f3 yt For Sheriff MR as a candidate for Sheriff of himklln coun- Â¬ ty subject to tho a tlon of the Democratic partr at the primal- election to bo held March 19 18U2 - We nro authorized to announce JAS G DRAW j te Weareaulhorlzed to announce It i ARM Â¬ STRONG as a cumulate for Sheriff of Franklin count subject to the action of tho Democratic tuiitnuuii ui otuurua jjurcn lain m We are authorized to announce A GJEFFERS ns a candidate for Sherirt of Franklin county subject to the Democratic prlmarj election 14 te Dee 1 Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant for and refreshing to the taste aud acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys KNOWN AS Liver and Bowels clcauscs the sys- THE RESIDENCEplacePROPERTY the south end Blackburn stuated at tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ of Logan street In South Frankfort containing of aches and fevets and cincs habitual uboutfucus lbt ground Is for rent Posses Â¬ sion gUen Dec FRANK CHINNV of Figs is the constipation Syrup Nov 21 1891 tf Frankfort Ky only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac FOR ceptable to tho stomach piomnt in its action and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from the most Beds healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it Closets to all and have made it the most remedy known popular Desks Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who Book Cases may not have it on hand will proChairs cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Residence Rent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CHRISTMAS Folding China Ladies ia Â¬ Â¬ Fine Leather Couches Sofa Lounges SAN FRANCISCO LOUISVILLE KY CAL NEW YORK NY CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY Mothers Friend is a scientific- Â¬ ally prepared Liniment every ingre- Â¬ dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- Â¬ fession These ingredients are com bined in a manner hitherto unknown Parlor Suits Hat Racks Carpet Sweepers Dining Tables and the latest thing in Tea Tables KL Robbed The depot and post office at Eliza-Â¬ beth Bourbon county on the Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland road was entered by burglars Monday night and every- Â¬ thing they could carry off was taken by them The things missing are the tioket box and all the tickets twenty dollars in money twenty five dollars worth of stamps and a mail pouch together with the keys that can open any mail pouch Thexe is no clew whatever to identify the robbers Dr Hales Hpuscliold Oint Â¬ ment Mr B Stewart Gayle and wife of dangerous illness wo made mention in our last issue died on Wednesday of last week at their homo in ColumbusMrs Gayle in the morning and Mr Gayle at night and both were buriod in the same Mr Gayle was grave on Thursday n on of the late John Gayle and a brother of Mr George W Gayle of this county and Mr It Henry Gnylo of this city and was for many years a carpenter and builder in this oity In 1854 ho romovod to Columbus where he resided up to the timo of his death Mrs Gayle was n daugh ter of the late John Campbell and a Avhose Â¬ Free Reading Room A free reading room for boys and girls was formally opened and dedi Â¬ cated at Welmington Delaware on the ovening of November 10th at whioh Rev W L MoEwan formerly of this city delivered the dedicatory address and was honored with the position of proflidont of tho board of directors of tho room Tho club has struggled up from a small beginning until now it owns tho building and It is safe lot upon whioh it stands to say that under tho efficient man agement of Mr MoEwan tho club will be a continued success Â¬ Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It euros Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for Pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are eured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at Oarpon 5 ly tors South Side drug store Assigned Mr Allen Tharp who has for the last few months been operating tho planing mill wagon shop and tobacco hogshead factory on east Main street near tho Arsenal made an as Â¬ signment on Wednesday to Mr John L Scott jr for tho benefit of his creditors Â¬ o Sold Her House Mrs Kittle A cottage residence on Logan street between Cross and Campbell to Mrs M F Avis for f 1450 Parker has sold her BY THESE KNOW ALL MEN Mitchell 0 W PRESENTS Mnnllus T Fincel und Henry Fincel have associated themselves together iiim uriut-u icuriHJruiiuii unuer uiiancer Hi or the General Statutes of Kentucky und do hereby adopt the following articles of Incorporation 1 The name of the Corporation shall bi The Old Judge Distilling Company und tho principal place of business shall be Frankfort Kentucky 2 The general nature of the business proposed OF THE STOCK ANNUAL MEETING to bo transacted 1m the manufacture and dlstllla hnlders of The Krankfort Water Compuny brandy wine tlon of liquors of Frankfort Ky for the election of live Dlrec und to I whisky sell the same or other do uy and and to such tors and the transaction of other corporate busi Â¬ other business as may be necessary In connection ness will be held at its olllce In the city of therewith Frankfort on Thursday December 81st 1891 ut 8 The capital stock or said corporation shall A II McOLHHK 11 oclock a ni be twenty thousand dollars 20000divided Into Dec 12 3t Secretary shares of the par value of one bundled dollars 10 etich Said capital stock may be Increased at any time to an amount not to exceed tlfty 50001 thousand dollars Tho capital stock hhull be raid In ut such times aud In such amounts as the Board or Directors may deter- Â¬ mine i The corporation shall commence on the 20th Porks of Elkhorn Ky day of November 1W1 und continue for fifty eurs next succeeding unless sooner dissolved by a voteof two thirds or the cupltal stock In force HAVE JUST FITTED UP THIS WELL WE knowiunlll with all the latest Improved 6 Tho affairs ot tho corporation shall be con Â¬ machinery and are prepared to do custom grind Â¬ ducted by a board of three directors but the Increased ing and pay cash tor who it Flour and Corn number may bethey may In a voteof thedliectoro to any number think proper The board Meal always on hand of dliectors shall elect fiom their number u Farmers aro Invited to give us a trial President Societary und Treasurer The board ELKHORN MILL COMPANY of directors and oillcors aforesaid shall be elected Nov 14 2111 Forks of Elkhorn Ky on tho 20th day of November 18 und they shall servountll the llrst Monday In Juno following and thev shall be elected on tho llrst Monday of Juno following or each year and shall serve for one yeur rrom the date of their election or until their successors lire elected aud qualified 0 The highest umount or liability to whioh tho ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W corporation shall at any time subje t Itself shall uot exceed two thirds or Its capital stock AJTD v 7 ill private property Is to be exempt rrom any und all corporate debts Z5STATJS In testimony whereof tho said Incorporators PRACTICE IN THB COURTS 01 have hereunto signed their names this the 20tU day or November lbJl Franklin and the adjolnlnc counties we M T MITCHELL will alio glta ipAclAl attention to the purohust 0 WFINOHL and sale or real Mtat collection of nts claims HENRY FINCEL and tb let otUUon of loni Nov 281m tnnat l WILL DO all nat is claimed for it AND MORE It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Book Life of Mother and Child to Mothers mailed FREE con- Â¬ taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials Sentby express on receiptor price 160 ptr bottle REGULATOR CO Atlanta 0a BRADFIELO BOLD BY ALL rUGGI8Ta MOTHERS FRIEND 1 Sogrers Sz Son- May2 ly OF THE ii 5l ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION He I Judge listing Cnpf Stockholders Meeting Old Macklin Mills WM CROMWELL RBAZ AOBNT f HUdSOWr FRANKFORT ttOlMIDAMM DEC ID 18111 Site Got Em It that tho petrified woman got away with tho city poll books bo that set tles it Shell novor tell whatbecamo of them Is now stated on good authority Â¬ A Wedding for tlic 6tli Mr Julius Stogo of Louisvillo and Miss Birdelle Bedford of this county will bo married at the Christian Church in this city on Wednesday January Oth Sulli van Wlggleswor tlit Mr Thos T Sullivan and Miss Drucilla Wiggles worth both of this city wero married by the Rov II Q Henderson at theMethodiot ptivson ago last Saturday Tho consonsus of opinion was over- Â¬ whelming in favor of tho employ Â¬ ment of ammonia It was stated as a fact that ammonia rendered tho gluten of tho Hour more soluble than tho original gluten and that tho bread in which this action was pro duced by carbonato of ammonia must bo more digcstiblo and honco moro hoathful and because of tho oxtrcmo volatility of carbonato of ammonia and its complete expulsion from tho broad in the process of bak Â¬ ing it is one of tho most useful most healthful and most valuable leavon ing agents known These conclusions arc borne out by tho very olaborato and exhaustive experiments mado by Prof J W Mallet of tho University of Virginia which show conclusively that bread mado with a baking powder in which one percent of carbonate of ammonia is used in connection with cream of tarter and soda is not only of uni- Â¬ formly hotter color and texture but a product moro wholesome because the ammonia serves to neutralize any organic or lactic acids present in the flour Â¬ try of tho Long Island College and others took part MrB No II E Wcluian 2 LinnSt JaneBvllloWis undor dato of Juno 10 writes tho following Konyon Thomas sirs I was confined to my bod four months with inflamma- Â¬ tion of tho right ovary had a good physician tried almost ovorything cot vory littlo holp until I tried your Dr Halos Household Ointment about four months ago It has dono wonders for me I can do quite a good days work I have every reason to boliovo that it will ontiroly euro mo I am also using your Dr Halos Household Ton with good rosults Sincerely yours Miih II 13 Wellman great medicine is for salo at This Carpenters South Side Drug Store Â¬ AT COST AT COST 3 Mceti ng of tlic Water Com Â¬ pany Ordered tlie Subscription Kilter eel time since the Kentucky Midland Railway by its officers de manded of George A Whitney County Court Clerk of Montgomery county to enter the subscription of 100000 voted by that county to tho Kentucky Midlanlwhich he refused and a mandamus was asked Judge Cooper at tho recent term of the Montgomery Circuit Court after hearing tho argument on both sides directed the clerk to enter the sub sdription on the books of the compa- Â¬ ny Tho case will now go to the Court of Appeals to test the right of Montgomery county to make the subscription under the new Constitution Some Â¬ Â¬ In another column will bo found a notice of the annual meeting of tho Frankfort Water Company for tho election of five directors and the Per transaction of other business sons interested should bear the date in mind December 31st Â¬ R K MCLURE OFFERS HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF Little Katie Howard Dead Katie Howard tho bright and pret ty little threoyenrjold daughter of Mr M A Howardtho Main street grocer died Monday morning after a weeks illnesB Her remains wore taken to Scott county Tuesday for burial Â¬ SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Diphtheria Canker mouth and Headache With each bottle there is an ingenious nasal Injector for the moro successful treatment cf these complaints without extra charge 37 Price 50c Sold by J W Gayle A New Postollice A new Postofllcehas been establish Shoes Hats And Caps i A A Car Load of Fish car load of bass croppies and blue sun fish arrived in this city from tho National Hatchery at Wash- Â¬ ington City on Wednesday and a large number wero deposited in tho Kentucky river at this point and in Elkhorn at Switzor All of them were full grown beautiiul fish and well able to take care of themselves ed in this county at the residence of Mr Ohas G Marshall on the Bald Knob pike under tho name of Honeysuckel Mr Marshall is the postmaster -- Business Changes Mr French Hoge has been appoint- Â¬ ed Auditor of the Kentucky Midland Railway to succeed Mr V L Clark Mr Hoge is a very popular and ris ing young business man of this city having been book keeper at the State National Bank Mr Robt Gray has accepted the position at the State National Bank mado vacant by Mr French Hoge and Mr Harry Crittenden has been secured to fill Mr Grays old place at the Deposit Bank Are You in It Why dont you always keep on hand a bottle of Dr TTnlnB TTniiRfihnlri flnnHi Onrfltonllnv the first irritation caused by a sudden cold This is the finest remedy in tno world for every kind of cough You feel tho good effect of the first dose and by thorough using your cough is 25 and 60c bottles at soon cured Carpenters South Side Drug Store If not why not 3 Burglars About Burglars are at work on the South Side again after a lay off of a short while Â¬ Gone to Georgia Mr ChasR Gresham who has been They made an attempt to enter the grocery store of Mr L C Assistant Superintendent for the Sun Lane Tuesday night but were fright Life Insurance Company in this city Gold headed walking canes at ened off They also made several for several months resigned the po- Coppersmiths the jeweler c raidb on the hen houses and turkey sition last week and has been succeedFor rent A brick cottage of roosts on that side of the river the ed by Mr George M Galbraith Mr Gresham left Saturday for his three rooms on the hill opposite past week old home in Jackson Georgia and John L Scotts residence Possession given Sept 7th Apply to will spend the time until the first of Henry Gobber Gripped by tlie Grip 51 tf January visiting relatives The first A beautiful line of Dinner and The grip is again very prevalent in of the year he will take the position this city and all the physicians are of Assistant Superintendent for the Toilet Sets at reduced price at 13 tf Day Haffs busy In some instances whole fami- same insurance company at Atlanta many persons lies are ill with it and Pittsburg Plymouth Raymond and who had it winter before last are now Sweeter than Honey in tlie Campbells Creek Coal for sale at 12 cents by Frankfort Elevntor Coal Co Honeycomb suffering from a second attack 12 tf There are between eight hundred What in life is half so sweet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hiram Thweatt an 35 aged and prominent citi YEARS zen living near Troy Ala Â¬ bama says that for thirty five years he was sorely afllicted with Eczema on his face The eruptions were of a large and cancerous nature That he tried a number of experienced physi- Â¬ cians but with littlo result and then only temporary relief received After having used only seven bottles of S S S he feels like a new man The painful trouble is all gone and now at sixty years of age he is once moro in good health and restored to his family He states that his cure is entirely due to S S S He says that he is a member of tho Methodist Episcopal Church South and that his post office address is Olean Pike county Ala and that as he wishes all sufferers to know the good that he received from the medicine ho will take pleasure in answering any in- Â¬ quiries that may be sent him Our treatise on the blood and skin will be mailed free Address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga Mr FOR AJ3 COST IFOIEe CASH We are not overstocked and not bound to have money but determined to sell our customers goods as low as any one pretends to do or quit business This sale is not af ew odds and ends or old stock or leaders that all know the price but our entire stock excepting Â¬ Â¬ and a thousand cases in this city and vicinity City Poll books Stolen The poll books UBed at the recent city election for Mayor wore stolen from the City Clerks office sometime Wednesday night and between Friday afternoon The statement of City Clerk Ohas Q Payne who is the custodian of the books in regard to the matter will be found in the Council proceedings in another col- Â¬ umn What any one wanted with them is not easy to explain Bitten by a Dog Miss Alma Miles was going from the residence of her brother Mr Jas N Miles to tho home of her sistor Mrs Guy N Emmet in South FrankfortTuesday evening when she was attaoked and severely bitton by a dog Who owned the worthless cur no ono scorns to know but if tho owner can be found he should be mado to pay a heavy fine for keeping the vicious brute in the city and robust in health but alas too many Court in pootry and live in prose after marriage This is es pecially of the wives whose changed relations brings on weaknesses and derangements peculiar to married women so that their lives become prosy To all such Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription is a great boon It cures weak backs headaches neuralgia of the female organs It is likewise a restorative and invigora- Â¬ ting tonic strengthening the nerves and imparting new life to the tired and debilitated bringing back roses to the cheek and tho rainbow to Sold by all drucrcist un the eyes dor guarantee from its makers of satisfaction in every case or price 100 refunded Â¬ As the hour when lovers meet Nothing is sweeter to the youthful Holiday Gifts Wo have the largest line of plush dressing cases and ordor cases ever brought to this city and we sell them oheaper than anybody We have also a beautiful line of holiday book- Â¬ lets vases manicure sets tripple mirrors out glass bottles and other goods too numerous to mention You will save money by buying from us Holmes Halloran 14 Stationery Knives and Christmas Goods No use quot ing prices you know wlat you have paid before come and see what you can buy for now A great many goods we will gladly at sell less than cost Some at one half price All goods exchanged and money re funded if goods do not suit Bo ks Â¬ Â¬ 2t Berkshire Boar 1 HAVK A PURE BRED BLACK BERKSHIRE 1 boar which will be permitted to nene sows KIIANK S HAFF Near U V C Cooper shoo Knllroul Iec5 am OnLN Euchre Party i I ft- Science in Bread Making At the recent annual meeting of tho American Chemical Society hold in Washington D 0 tho question of the value of carbonato of ammonia as a leavoning agent in broad or as used in baking powders came up for disoussion in wnioh Prof Barker of tho University of Pennsylvania and President of tho Sooioty Dr Rich ardson lato of tho United States De Â¬ partment of Agriculture in Washing Â¬ ton Dr Wm McMurtrio lato Prof of Chemistry in tho University of Illinois Dr E II Bartloy lato Chemist of tho Brooklyn N Y Board of Health and Prof of Ohemis- Â¬ Tho young ladies of this city have organized a euchre club with about twenty five members and propose to give an entertainment every week S THE AfiENT OF MRS 8 T RICHARDSON thn himitt ft I hiiva for stile at a C The first party will bo given to night In which Illvo containinggmt bargain will sell or rooms and rent the by Miss Rose Stewart Frankfort rooms ondouble tenement adjolnliw contalnliiKU Campbells reft South Frankfort will be very gay this winter with the u house containing 4 rooinMn New street Also TKKMS -- One third cash balance In one and Assembly Ball Club and Euchro Club two jears with Interest or wlllmakea bin dis eaoh giving an entertainment every count for cash Oct 314m JAS ANDREW SCOTT wook to say nothing of tho many receptions that will bo given WANTED to sell For Sale or Kent Three Houses and Lots A CHRISTMAS GOODS AND COMPLETE LARGE STOCK OF BOOKS ALBUMS POEMS BOOKLETS AND GEMS SUITABLE FOR USE Â¬ FUL PRESENTS Â¬ Br Itlasslc Captured Dr J L Massio who killed Joseo Honakor just ovor the Owen county lino near Elmville on tho 10th of Ootobor and has since been u fugitive wusarrestqd noar Evansvillo Indiana on Friday night and has boon taken to Owonton for trial Go to Sowor Ahlers for Now Cakes Nuts and Candies for the Holidays at tho lowest prices U tf wm Dec lOUi lin of the Vallov Tho crrentest rtiRrnvrv nf tho Century for Beautifying the Complexion and imparting a Satin liko Texture and Bloom of Health Write for Terms to Agents en closo 2 cent stamp for ropiy Agents make from 4 to 0 per day WHITES TOILET CO 411 to 413 W Jefferson St Whites Lilly R K McClure St Clair St SOUTH BEND IND V 13 XT CE Xj Tn The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents The largest line to select from the lowest prices and the most useful things to be found in any house in the city No trouble to show goods Give me a call Religious We would Joliii T Â¬ XllXGlSley Â¬ mB0 1 M be greatly obliged to the ministers and officers ot churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish made Mr Darsie preacheB at Bridge- port to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock 330 in the chapel Public worship at 11 and 730 conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor Neville will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock a m and 7 oclock p m Rev W G Baptist Ohukch Sunday school at Southern Presbyterian Ohuiicii who among their doarest ones should bo flung to the beast and the lot fell to the Kings daughter As she was going like Jepthas daughter to meet her terrible fate she was met by George of Cappadocia who after hearing her sad story bade her fear not and making a sign of tho cross he branished his lance attacked and transfixed tho dragon and leading him into tho city beheaded him in For the presence of all the people this noble deed he became the Patron Saint of England Many a dragon in the form of disease while leading his viction to death as sure as that which would have befallen the Kings daughter but for her timely rescue has been demolished by the use of S S S and the victim restored to health Treatise on blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga General Freight and Pas senger Agent Mr Chas D Bercaw has been ap Â¬ pointed to the position of General Freight and Passenger Agent of the Kentucky Midland Railway made vacant by the resignation of Mr V L Clark Charley is an old railroad man having been for a number of years in the employ of the L N Railroad Co and will make a first class official and is one of the clever- Â¬ est and most popular young men in tho city Tho price for all of the best grades of coal- - Pittsburg Campbells Creek and Plymouth Raymond reduced to Call on Frankfort Elevator 12 cents 12 tf Coal Company I fel Ky WELL now Late of Loultrvllle located In ZKZ F RA-N-KF- 5T onico 11ml rooms ntKenyon Hotel Oct SUm Hobt S FranMm Tlie Bankrupt Bank rupted Â¬ fin IJa COPYRIGHT I09O 11 iy Piankfort Ky usual services to morrow at 11 a conducted by an and 730 p m Hev J McOlusky Blayney D Dthe First Presbyterian Ohurch The pastor Episcopal Church Rev E A occupy Penick the rector will his pulpit at Ascension Ohurch morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Catholic Church The ufcual services at the Ohurch of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor First mass at 8 a rm second mass at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m Rev H G Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school convenes at 930 a m The Epworth League will meet in the class room at 645 oclock p m Methodist Church fill his pulpit at the Christian Church to monowat Hand 730 as usual Night subject Christ- Â¬ mas Duties a sermon for the holiday season Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will holdtheirweekly pray Nohn James 8r meeting in the Lecture room at Pnckett Ambrose Stewart A H 7p m Darsie will Christian Church Rev George The Bankrupt Store has closed its Co doors and the firm of Hermes The finest line of albums in tho who offered such wonderful bargains city suitable for holiday gifts at and operated Lake Park have folded 15 lt Barretts their tents and departed leaving sundry unpaid bills Â¬ OUR VERY BEST PEO upon such of theirand attachments goods as were PLE not boxed up and gotten out of Confirm our statement when we say town before the shut down that Dr Ackers English Remedy is in every way superior to any and all Forks of Elkliorn other preparations for the Throat and Lungs In Whooping Cough and Tne farmers have finished gatherCroup it is magic and relieves at ing corn once We offer you a sample bottle A Williams I B WillMessrs free Remember this Remedy is sold iams E D JWarren O P Jones and on a positive guarantee W A Williams of Bath county were 9 J W Gayle Druggist the guests of Mr Thomas Whitting ton the first of the week Lap tables collar and cuff sets at Messrs Mitchum Sargent and Jason 15 lt Barretts Dooley of Bridgport gave us a call recently A Advertised Letters at has considerable quantity of tobacco been stripped during tho recent Frankfort Ky wet weather Mrs Sarah Featherston lost her Below will be found a list of advertised gold spectacles on Main street Frank letters for the week ending Deo 19th tort last Thursday See advertise- Â¬ 1811 ment in another column Abrams Mrs Linda Itnwson Geo Mr Kirk Beauch has o far recovered Robinson John J Black John from his protracted illness as to be Nnnnie bannis Eligi Brnnham able to be up again Tjlor Allena Brynnt Minor appearance La Grippe Thomson Mitts Laura in our midst has made its Botts W H again Cornelius Albert T Vardimon Alf btout Gallahue who has been Mr Dinkle Benjnmon Wilson Dr Adolphus quite Jas during the past several Chambers George Wilkorson Machiltry weeks sick is rapidly recovering Webb James Cliearj Jnines lionabio information reacnos us ot Callwell MissNiccy Warner James the fact that Messrs John Newman Dawson Mis Mary Williams James and James Featherston are having Wilson laley Fitzgerald A excellent success trapping George Miss Annn Wilont Waller Regular services at the Christian Hnnougher Miss B Walden Walter Church to night to morrow and Marksboiough W J Wood W F to morrow night at the usual hours Â¬ Â¬ i Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS Medical Discovery If other medi- Â¬ cines of its class were like it theyd OF ALL KINDS This is bo guaranteed If it Small Fhuits Aspahaous Grape doesnt benefit or cure in every Vines nnd everything usually found in case for which its recommended such an establishment A lull stock Wo pay It Prices Irfw catalogues no agonta you get your money back on application Descriptive isnt a cure all but it does cure torpid all diseases arising from a H F HBLLENMEYER or deranged liver or from impure KY LEXINGTON blood For all Scrofulous Skin and Scalp Diseases its a positive rem- Â¬ ctid 3m edy Even Consumption or Lung Ecrofula is cured by it if taken in 4 time and given a fair trial Thats all thats asked for it a fair trial Who has t National Repuinilon for the Then if it doesnt help you theres Treatment of Chronic and Nervous hous- Diseases Treated oserTen no pay aud Pitieuts in the State of We claim it to bo an unequaled Indiana Last Yeir remedy to purify the blood and in- Â¬ vigorate tho liver Wo claim it to bo lasting in its effects ci eating an appetite purifying the blood and preventing Bilious Typhoid and Malarial fevers if taken in time Tho time to take it is when you fiist feel the signs of weariness and weakness By druggists I Cant be found the equal of Dr Pierces Golden TREES Wagner W W Yeager Fiank I When calling for those letters say Sil5LTj Postmaster ad Â¬ By an oversight the following failed vertised Buggies carriages and harness re paired by the Kentucky and Harness 15 tf Company A KENDALLS George Darsie was chosen pastor of the Christian church for the fifteenth year on Sunday last In his anni Â¬ versary sermon Mr Darsie gave an account of the work of the church the past year and it is a fino showing Ovor 5000 was raised for all pur Â¬ poses by the church and its societies This church thte year contributed more money to foreign missions than any church in the United States re porting to the General Missionary Sooiety The prebent membership of the church is 4G0 to appear in oui last issue By unanimous call Rev J M DUTY TO YOURSJE1LF It Idalio Stock Farm Miles Nerve Pills and Liver Aot on a now principle -- regulating tho liver stQmauh and bowels though Lr 4lm nnnnu A HOW diSCOVOlV bad taste torpid liver piles constipa tion Splondid for men women and ohildron Smallest mildest surost Samplos free Ht 60 dosos for 25 cents 45 ly J W Gayloa Frankfort Ky Â¬ Mllos Pills speedily cure biliousness ST GEORGE DRAGON Jiuco dragon dwolt whose insatiable and this It is said that in a lake tho city of Vnonr J SUonco in England a mawsoomod satisfied with nothing In thalr tho people could give him determine able disinfectant despair they oast lota to Son of Indepen- Â¬ Messrs Hale Ueincdyoverdlscov TI10 Most dence Iowa write Some time ago lioidache and all liver troubles They creel as It la Successful effects anil does nor certain In Its M D we had a colt that hurt his hind leg u ro small sweet easily taken and do blister Read proof below t so it was swollen almost tho size of not gripe Tho Celebrutcil biieclnllt and President of tho your head thought ho was spoiled 0 J W Gayle Druggist and burKlcil Ins Itnte southern used Kendalls Spavin Cure luiirid aiouiul MihI1li1lias cientett Michdlsenses We sent for Quiuns Ointment a sensation Louisville K who LoulsvIllHby eurlnir that one bottle and to day ho isjis smooth Plain nnd fancy calendars in end baJlltd tho niedlial fniternlt of that city by Lrrri Rock Ark Aug ii 80 as ever sptclal roqiiost of mini natrons In and mound Dr D J ICrNDAii Co loss variety at Barretts 15 lt a outs It Is with tlio RrentcRt satisfaction Hint I ouftowu111 vlall Vrunkfoit ut thii tho a buggy carriage or HwoeiiovHhoiiIdor Joint rmmuiiVHHbtlllu If AriHtotypes at Slatterns sot ofyou have which needs repairing Inform joutlintl lmvocurtil ItoilfolloivlinfillBcnnod Capital Hotel Jccemlcr5 1011 Juiiiuuonn In Joint JiitiniMirNHamHlioe harness Until 8 oclock p in Gallery working on Illn Jolut Ioro Knot I touts all Curable Medical and take it to tho Kentucky Buggy and TinmunoHH undw euro that nil with Kendalls Oimdit mil Spavin Cure It Is thu host Liniment for manor burgluil Diseases Crohs iws stinlditontd with on east Broadway Harnoss beast I have over uul I n commend It to itll horso out Pain Cancers cuied without knife- 01 Costlc To introduce this new and beauti All work Company executed 15 tf owners Horses that I havo t orki on nro valuablepromptly Diseases of tho Kio I Acute and Chronic Catarrh ful picture I will give one free until but without your Lliilniont would be worthless havo frlunds who used It for HtuIhh and iar Nose Throat und Juhijh Dyspepsia Ililghts tho first of January 1801 with ovory DlahotlsKlduejs Liver Hladilor Chronic it HviiIhih nnd GJft books standard books and they ever used cured thorn Thoy say S Is tlio best Disease and hex mil Diseases WULLS Yours truly 13 U Female dozen photographs ordered juvonilo books at Barrotts news OH lTlb CITItHD KPILKPdY 13 3t a losinvr ouAitANrw depot 15 lt YouiiK and middle iied nan suiruring from result of Ropairing of all Barbys Propliylactic promptly oxooutod kinds neatly and Kendalls Spavin Cure bluunwitoTluaiinil orImiiotenoius the jenrs and excess in mature solf abuse In jouth by tho Kentucky MONTO VlBTO ColO 100 il other caiutS idoilucliigsuuiu of tho following Will Buggy and Harnoss Company 15 i Pa I J Kiindau Co Knoalwrgli Fulls Vt 1880 in uvervsiclc room Use it cIlebtsasoiulssloiiH blotches doblllty nervous QentH Iu tho juor 1S8I I treated Willi Kendalls iniss dlzluess Loufiislon of Iduas aversion to keep the atmosphere pure and society defectho memory and sexual exhaustion Spavin Curo n lionu riixivln of m on years stand I11K nearly as laiKon t a hens okk and completely which unlit tlio victim foi huslm ss or nmrilago wholesome removing all bad odors ISorn stopped tho lumunoHH und removed the ularue are iHiriiuinentlycuied In remedies not Injurious Havo worked tho liorso Miry hard ever iiiout 111101 AM SKIN DIalAbKS from any source since ho never linn shown any lameness neither on tiiiMlu OAYLK In this clt reSibllls and coiniillcatlons as sore throat December Will destroy all Disease Germs lfitli 1BU1 to Mr CltHintiice fin lt mill win sun oun I seo uny difference In tho size of tho hock falling or luiir pain in tlio bones muptlons etc COOLKY Yours truly are purfeutl onulluitod without uilng inurcury or infection Irom all Fevers and all other Injiulous ilrus louorilitua ileut Hirlttureandall Uilimry and Khlnej jroublus 1 per bottle or nix bottles for contagious diseases Price luewneeilll cmod bytrentniont that has never B All Uruyglata Imve It or can yet It fuilwl Mari lleuiiiliirhtakesni Inciiinble cases but The aminent physician J for you or It will be nont to uny ml - curtw thousands glvau up to die lteiuember tho I on Sims of New York says driMs on receipt ofjirlco by tlio jirujirUilauuinU come early m his rooms aie always ciowdod whutovei ho stops CASH PIIK PAY IOll AM am convinced that Prof Darbys T WILL of FinHinilKST oil Tiuijnnl K nun Ken 1 kind COMiiriiTATION FHK SUiik ut DR B J KENDALL CO Coiresppuiluupo solicited and yonlldentlal Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu tuoky Midland depot on Clinton fctwit Enosburgh Falls Vermont V SOUTllKftN 11 is surprising that peoplo will use a common ordinary pill when they can secure a valuable English one for tho hamu money Dr Ackers Eng tm pills are a positive euro for slcK IBill c 111 1 X XI L P Walter 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Wanted Fur Skins Doc lQ llil Jl 21 JAJIIB SULLIVAN Autflly 610 Addrosa Till Oth St Ioulsvlllu K MKI SUUO INST Oct 17 ly 1 It is the Ugliest Art to Plcaso Wc dont make pleased countenances with a brush but more effectively by the best of good promptness the lowcs of prices Wc do the finest and civility and best tailoring Wc keep the largest stock of Â¬ 11 ITslII The largest assortment in town READY MADE OVERCOATS All prices from oo up to and Winter Heavy Overcoats suitable for farmers 2500 We keep only reliable goods Call and look at them n i Ib Your Nerve Stead Pf Or do you tromblo and feel that you are breaking that your norvous sys- Â¬ tem is givinp way If you have a weak nervous system the very best thin you can do is to begin to day using Dr Hales Household Tea It is the finest Nerve Tonic known and will restore you to health and vigor Dont delay Get a free sam- Â¬ ple to day at Cirpenters South Side 3 Drug Store Opera glasses in all styles and prices at Barretts news depot See 15 lt them 9th inst at the First Baptist Church and resolutions were adopted pro- Â¬ testing against the adoption of a law by tho coming Legislature to provide for separato coaches for white and black and a committee consisting of C 0 Monroe Chairman Dr E E Underwood Secretary and JRev E Evans W II Mayo J H Jackson Rov J M Turner and Rev Fletcher appointed to open correspondence with leading citizens of each city in tho State urging similar action on Tho committee has their part issued a circular embodying the resolutions adopted and has mailed it to all parts ot the State Special Announcement Wo havo made arrangements with B J Kendall Co publishers of A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases which will enable all our KS Dr IGHTNIN6 iSnlucatioAal Several sohools in the northern portion of the county have closed and the majority of the children are left to run wild for the next seven months Mr John Porter will continue to teach thiee months longer on private subscription t Mr John Hayden closed his school n November and lias gone to his home in Owen county Miss Hannah Innes pupils enter- Â¬ tained the patrons of Church Friday December 12th with recitations dia logues and songs i Happy Hoosiera Timmons Postmaster of Ida Electrics Bitters ville Ind writes has done more for me than all other medicines combined ror that bad feeling arising from I idney and John Leslie farmer Liver trouble and stockman of same place says Find Electric Bitters to do the best Kidney and Liver meTcine Made mo W Gardner feel like a new man hardware merchant uame town says is just the thing for a Electric Bitters man who is all run down and dont care whether he liveB or dies ho fond new strength good appetite and felt just like he had a new lease on life Only 50o a bottle at P H 2 Carpenters Drug Store Wm subscribers to obtain a copy of that valuable work free by sending their address enclosing a two cent stamp for mailing same to Dr B J Ken- Â¬ dall Co Enosburg Fall Vt This book is now recognized as standard authority upon all diseases of the horse as its phenominal sale attests over four million copies having been sold in the past ten years a sale never before reached by any publica- Â¬ tion in the same period of time We feel confident that our patrons will A Hubbnnds Mistake appieciate the work and be glad to of this opportunity Husbands too often permit wives a ll themselvesvaluable book of obtaining a nnd parents their childron to buffer necessary that you mention It is rem headache dizziness neuralgia Treat- Â¬ sloeplessncss fits norvousness when this paper in sending for theopen ise This oiler will remain for by the use of Dr Miles Reslorathe only a 4 shoit time Nervine such serious results could easily be pi evented Druggists everywhere say it gives universal satisfacSower Ahlors place will be head- Â¬ tion and has an immense sale Wood quarters ior all kind of Holiday Co of Ft Wayne Ind Goods and the price will bo lower worth Co of Syracuse N Y J C than ever before Snow 11 tf Wolf Hillsdale Mich and hundreds iH tho groatest sellei of others say it A fine line of writing desks suita- Â¬ Choy ever knew It contains no opiates Trial bottles and fine booh ble for presents at Barretts the news 15 It dealer n nervous Diseases Aee at Â¬ Â¬ JNIMENT F0R MAN AFE rarrareren OR BEAST lme BacKpraineTc SJRE u5fAX odr APPLICATION CUREf CfwUr RfcHAfWtf TAYLllMBD IPEEDY VbV mmm j irn W nfs Bulbs Seeds JF NO letal Designs j j ifiOfr 7mmwwr72nvn VL 261 ipynMP hN VilMii A JEFFERSON STREET H WEST ZEEbTT13-0K-H-TELEGRAP- 5 J W Gaylbs Peaks Mill Bible in all styles of print and bind15 lt ing at Barretts news depot Â¬ J i W HAFF Headquarters for Christmas goo as Lime htocic iow prions Florida orancres 10 to 25o nev doz box 250 raisins 10 15 and 20o per lb box 225 oandy stiok and mixed lOc bucket 8sc per lb Gleaned ourrents oition DAY Hntfifj florpc minco meat assorted nuts oys- i ters Van Houtens cocoa svees tL oidor California wines c Our shall bo the lowest and dont you fnrwot it if JU 11 DAY HAFF JL nninflB nlinn nuririino1 Among- tJie Colored Citi - zens Messrs Louis Dent and Bon Fields are on the siok list Mrs R II Taylor is quite sick on the South Side Mr J D Jackson of Lexington was in the city this weok fixing IiIb fences for next May fA Mr and Mrs Sam Johnson and five children are in bod with la grippe Industrial Legion Lodge will hold two meetings next weok one on Monday and the other on Wednes- Business of day evening at eight importance on uotn occasions anu All annual election Wednesday members should bo present Cards will be out next weok nn- u nounoing the marriage of two of our oityB most popular society people Mrs W M Mead is quite ill Cant J H Thompson Treasurer of the State Mnsonio Lodge is aloo on the sick list as is Dr E E Underwood -- grippe Mr Loo Thomas Clark was in the oity this weok The ohurohos all had fostlvals Saturday night A projoct is on foot to have enter Â¬ tainments at one of tho churches by tho diflorent lodgea of the oity during OhriBtmoB week Tho move Â¬ ment should bo pushed and with a well arranged programme it would be a success A mass mooting was hold on tho Â¬ present La grippe Miss Fronie Gaines is visiting the Misses Hannen this week Mr and Mrs John P Williams en- Â¬ tertained their numerous friends last Thursday evening Dancing was the amusement and it was kept up until a late hour Mrs James Clark of Corinth visited her parents Mr and Mrs Floury Stafford last week Mias Alice Stafford entertained her many friends last Wednesday even- Â¬ ing at a delightful candy pulling Miss Laura Poindexter who has been visiting her cousin Mrs John Suter of Stedmantown lor tho past two weeks returned home last Mon- Â¬ day Our jolly good looking enter Â¬ prising friend Bon Suter of Switzer was in this section the first of the week looking at tobacco Quito a number of our farmers have sold their corn and are deliver Â¬ ing it to JeiT Lewis in Tiger Miss Fannie Hodgos returned last Saturday from quite nn extended visit to nor sistoi Mrs Tutt of Emi- Â¬ nence Miss Cora Webster paid quite a fly- Â¬ ing trip to Stringtown last week Mr J P Williams who sold his farm of one hundred and seventy six acroB some time ago to Mr Spencer of Both county sold household and kitchen furniture and farming im- Â¬ Mr and Mrs plements Tuesday Williams have only been in this neighborhood for n year and have made a number of mends who re grot losing them Miss Maggie Bacon has gono to Versailles to attend tho reception of Mr Bee Scarce and bride and will also stay in that section for the Christmas holidays Christmas is almost here and tho Bmall boy is anticipating tho delight of tho fire crackers and the intonse annoyance of other people tho little girls are oxpeoting the usual amount of sugar plumB and dolls some of our old baoholora have carefully scanned their socks and from the bus iness air they assume when calling it is ovidont they expect to find a Â¬ Â¬ Foil Sale A fresh cow with young calf Apply to Richard Fogg 15 lt Jetts Ky ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE 1050 RING 2 DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER Rose Buds a Specialty floral Designs Knowing that a oough can be checked in a day and the first stages of consumption broken in a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers English Cough Remedy and will refund the money to all who buy take it an per directions and do not find our statement correct 0 J W Gaylb Druggist MlLii ffW U li LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the wook just closed amountto 2569 hhds with receipts of 1173 for the same period Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 160715 hhds Sales of tho crop of 1810 on our market to date Our market has been characterized this week by a very active demand for new hurley tobacco and tho prices which havo been current for the medium in good and fine grades aro extremely high frequently sales of tho new crop being made at prices ranging from 15 to 20 per 100 with an occasional Balos at prices ranging from 20 to 26 per 100 Tho demand is also strong for the low grades of bright color tho style least in de mand is tlje medium grades of dark slaty color Tho following quotations fairly Â¬ 103810 hhds G ood UPlaid Ootton 5c Oolored ZFoplin for Comfort -- Best Ind Igro IQlvie OaJLico 4Kc BestlDark Calicos 34c- 3 inghanLS Sc 3 ood Canton Flannel 5c Tv77ide S mitinsr r7yom were L2c -- vvras lOc 3o lUri jou wriltu If yeu mi j I nlidom Inltlllrint nJ niblllon represent our market for hurley tobacco Trash dark or damaged tobacco Colory trash Common lugs not colory Colory lugs Common leaf Modium to good leaf Good to fine fillors Soloct or wrappery 2 00 J L RODMAN DR SONilllll hra MMMHM 3 00 3 50 G 50 5 00 7 SO 3 50 0 00 4 00 W -- 1 KELLEY1 O will be at the KY r 12 00 22 00 10 00 8 00 12 00 22 00 33 00 01 CINCINNATI PHOENIX HOTEIi IN LKXINCiTON loaf in another pair TI1WE TABLE WliBT Saturday January 2 1892 Saturday January 23 1892 Saturday February 13 1892 curel without iuinlcul operation and with little or no pain HbMORRHOIDS Piles ltKKEHKNCKS Dr F M iobor Frankfort K J T btaten tniiikfort Ky V IkTberlcli Frankfort hy Rov h V llulutt llenson Ky A II JuXlure FrankfoitK V Em Eyr Tho following time tnble is now etleot upon tho L fc N road TJlAINH K v M M rrlit todtjr I romli rsu nr ptcltl sinantl I un ttltillon Jtruk to brUflr etch injr ftltlf mltlllcinl Dfrtoa f tlthtr mi gn riiu who wriir ind who Uul mi fiifiO a in NoJSlenveeFrankfort tMO a m The best salve in the world fo No 17 leaven Frankfort 300 p m Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt No 21 leavoB Frankfort 738 p ra Tetter No lOleavcB Frankfort Rheum Fever Sores T1UINBKAHT Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns 1010 n m and all Skin Eruptions and posi- No 18 leavoB Frankfort 135 p in No 20 leaves Frankfort tively cures Piles or no pay re- No 24 arrives Frankfort fiHB p m Uslfi p in quired It is guaranteed to give No 22 loaves Frankfort Noh 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagrnngo perfect satisfaction or money re 21 connect Price 25 cents per box for Oinoinimti Jwn 23 and Branch funded at Anchorage for Uloomlleld For sale by South Sitle drug store W V Aluxander Agent P H Cakigntek 5 iy Â¬ Â¬ Buclclens Arnica Salve IM 3r fter instruction will work Indui Iriouilr how la urn Thtto 4QPU tnd Uolltri rtorin thilr own octlltlfi whr- Tr thy lift I will alio furnUU tbt Ituttlon or imploinunt tt Cticu David Moore J IHuheariankfoit llenson K M K Jaa WltluortFrinkfoit K lilt KhLLFYri otllcoanil residence Is at 25J Went EIkIUIi Htrout Cincinnati ami wlitro ho ma bo found over Ua of each woek except SATUR lots describing theso dlseasoH DAYS and tho modo ot tieatinont sent fteo to anyone by uuilrehHliiK iil W I KEbLBY M 1 25 W J3iKlt t OlmJiinmtl O CONSULTATION HIKK roaklnrotir Ihtaalhouiand Uollana Vr ch Alllinaw olldiuro Fall partUulari IVeu Afltr you know all if you cludi to to no futlhr uhrno harm la dona Addrtu V Jlux AiiKtutu Mulueu Deo 6 1 y pws AIIEV ink irSff y io which you cn um thit mount I cluri nothing tnd rtcl nolh liif union iuc bOT ctuful Solhlnr dlfflcult to Ifttn or that rcqulro unit 1 uiiirt nut one piriou ronj ach dlitricl or ountjr IbavtaU U tUlll VMM lroldidwllhin much ulojrminl a largo uunibar who ar iKwn in mm iTi iiiiiiUihi iiiiiiiii1ijliiili No goods sent on approval None charged CASH only buys them Listen to the Music cb every These prices for day until this stock is sold Bring the CASH CRUTCHER STARK STOCK M FURNISHINGS 75000 SHOES HATS CLOTHING lr- - MARCHING ORDERS TO THE TUNE OF Low Prices Startlin Mens and Boys si Mens and Boys We are in soup SHOES H OVERCOATS These prices will send sorrow to the other small dealers but joy to the fortunate buyers 4 for Mens Warm Overcoats sold for 6 and 650 650 for Mens Medium and Lightweight Overcoats sold for io and 12 975 for Mens Overcoats sold for 1250 and sold for 1350 aiid 12 for c Mens Kerseys 15 Meltons 31650 Kerseys 15 for Finest Meltons Beavers c sold for 20 and 22 18 for Finest Imported Chinchil sold for las and Fur Beavers 25 Â¬ 750 for Mens Ulsters that sold for 10 and 1250 22 Fine Chinchilla sold for iS and and 15 Ulsters were 25 cut to 10 CASH ONLY weie 6 fine bear Skin Overcoats 30 cut to 1850 annriiwniinruiat We were tempted early in the 425 for all of our Ladies Fine season by reason of the splendid Shoes sold for 5 and 6 crop prospects to place large or3 for Ladies Fine Kid Shoes ders with the manulacturers in the that sold for 350 and 4 East for Shoes 0ur Clothing 225 for Ladies Kid Shoes that buyer made his second trip sold for 275 to New York to attend the great 165 for Ladies Kid and Goat 375 Mens Suits former prices 8 Auction Sale of Fechheimer Good Shoes that sold for 2 and 225 9 and 10 cut to 5 6 and 37 kind Co s stock of the finest Si for Ladies Kid and Grain Shoes that sold for 125 and 6S0 Mens Fine Suits sold at 12 Clothing ever sold in America hammer and was 18 3135 20 and 25 cut to under the 15 Utr flw nam T fMV 8 and iS 12 10 15 PRICES and in plain English Mr Eli overbought himselt Cash Only Gets Them Shoes banks our shoe buyer did the 20G for Mens Fine Scarfs TecksT same thing Puffs and 4 1n hands greatest ZB03TS The late season close money 550 for 400 pairs Mens Fine Hand Sewed Shoes that sold for y bargains you ever saw worth market and dull times have helped double 650 and 7 175 Boys Short Pant Suits 4 to matters none 4 for Mens Fine Calf Shoes that 45c for Tecks Puffs and 14 years sold for 250 to 3 sold for 5 all go at 175 and 2 TI10 DSnglish 2 for 300 pairs Mens Calf Shoes where you pay 75c for else 200 Boys Short Pant Suits sold that sold for 250 and 275 75c buys Fine Scarfs worth 1 6 and 750 cut to 4 of which is we have double the 3 for 500 pairs Mens Shoes that for 35 and 12 stock we should have and it must and 35 sell eveiy where for 1 35 for Mens Suspenders worth J 12 1 his isyour time now move out anywhere 2 5 c We begin to day and slaughter 150 Knee Pants cut to 50c for Mens Brown Mixed Half prices Shoes Clothing Hats and nose soia ior 15c Boots Pants best goods sold Furnishings They all have march 423 Jeans We have but one ob I7lc for Mens Fine Unlaundered for 125 150 and 175 cut ing orders Shirts sold the world over for ject in view get the CASH for That sold for 1 50 2 3 3 50 to and 125 50 and 60c these goods and CASH is the cut to 2 25 and 25 50 40c for Mens Heavy Scotch Grey only thing that will get them Only Cash Gets Them 275 Undershirts worth 75c 50c for Mens Camels Hair Shirts Call for the suits from last season and Drawers usually pay 1 Carriage and Buggy Rugs Arctic Overshoes sold for 1850 cut to 10 M for them 1 for Mens Fine Natural Grey Fancy Plaids best values you ever 12 Japanese Goat Rugs felt pairs cut to 75c IlucucMiucci onirts and Drawers saw about 125 of them left lined were 4 5 and 6 cut 1000 worth 3 50 2000 pairs Ladies Rubbers that to 3 350 and 450 Great sell everywhere for 30catid35c 25c for Mens Domet Shirts- bargains 75 Black Cheviot Suits were io CASH ONLY worcn 4Qg cut to 19c Our prices will convince you 1250 18 and 20 cut to 8 35c for Mens Domet Shirts 10 and 15 that we must have the cash Must have the CASH worth 60c SUITS S uits Â¬ j 250 Mens and Boys Caps that sold for 40c 50c and 75c cut to 25c 160 Mens Wool Hats sold for 50c 60c and 75c cut to 35c and zoc 1000 Nobby Stiff Hats sold for pz 5o 3 and 33 50 pi iu cut to 99c 1 50 Si 75 2 and 2 50 750 Crush Hats all go at 40c to 50 1 ATS Mens Fine Mens Furnishings S j Plain Â¬ 1 ic Â¬ Eipp 1 8c 1 1 1 Auction prices on FINE SUITS AND CI ITCH I I STARK FRANKFORT Main Street Bargains Bargains All over our house Buy OVEBCOATS CJMBft Fourth Jefferson Oamly LOUISVILLE your Holiday presents NOW