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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w The Fbamfokt Roundabout OEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS KY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XV FRANKFORT DECEMBER fi 1891 Number 16 per ct difference ROYAL BAKING POWDER y f F BROWER Main and Brnadway ZESTS CO Strongest Purest Most Economical Certain baking powder makers are publishing falsified extracts from the Government reports with pretended analyses and certificates wherein an attempt is made to compare their baking powders with the Royal or making bogus tests from house to house their obvious purpose being to counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising from their impurity low strength and lack of keeping qualities as shown by the Government chemists and others As to whether any of these baking powders are equal to the Royal the official tests clearly deter- Â¬ mine When samples of various baking powders were purchased from the grocers and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Boards of Health the reports revealed the fact that the Royal contained from 28 per cent to 60 per cent more leavening strength than any other cream of tartar baking powder and also that it was more perfectly made of purer ingredients and altogether wholesome As these powders are sold to consumers at the same price by the use of the Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one third besides the advantage of assured purity and wholesomeness of food and of advan- Â¬ bread biscuit and cake made perfectly light sweet and palatable in the use of the low grade cheaply made baking pow tages not to be had ders that contain lime alum and other impurities HOLIDAY GOODS 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 HEADRESTS GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF GASES Lace and heavy curtains in great variety If so desired purchases made now can be laid away for future Prices lowest Call and examine our stock delivery Â¬ ttt i iffl in Pin J I W h X Carpets Furniture Wall Paper Draperies C H G F BROWER BEATTY at Law Attorney BEATTYVILLE CO Real Estate Agtt LEE CO Coinnitinlcated Editor Roundabout Your correspondent from Jett in last weeks issue did Constable Dave Peters and Deputy Sheriff Albert Kirtley a great injustice Doubtless it was unintentional and from lack I of information on that subject Inow that these two gentlemen havo to been especially active in trying arrest Minor They have consulted and advised with me not less than a dozen times and I expect they have been in the country looking for Minor not less than twenty times They have been out at all hours in the night they have done more than the law requires in their enthusiasm and determination to arrest the murderer They have exceeded the author Â¬ ity cranted to them under the law and havo cone into the counties of Woodford and Scott looking for him and all of this was done before the Governor offered a toward for Minors apprehension Newspaper men owe it to the publio and should expose every oflicor who fails to do his duty but when we have men who actively energetically and conscientiously discharge their whole duty the press should not uniustlv insinuate that they refused or failed to respond to the calls of Respeotfully duty L P Johnson County Attornoy child Walter survives them Stewart liayie was a man or strong peculiari- Â¬ ties but honest and square towards all men and he enjoyed the highest respect and esteem of all who knew him When he learned that his wife was dead he announced that he de- Â¬ sired to quickly follow her and from that time refused all medicine offered to relieve his sufferings or prolong They were buried in the his life same grave on Thursday afternoon Rev A J Hess conducted the funeral services Out of respeot to them every place of business in the town was closed during the period of the funeral Clinton Democrat j Case Dead Jerome I Case tho famous manu Â¬ facturer and horse breeded of Racine and Wisconsin owner of Phallas died at his home on Tuesday His son in law committed suicide just after his death which created a great sensation as he is supposed to have had some hand in causing Mr MATTEE1T JM THE- - Cases death Solid silver and silver plated ware in endless variety at Coppersmiths All goods sold by Coppersmith tho jeweler engraved free FiitiiTHitr If 334 MAIN STREET KY FRANKFORT LEE BREATHITT WOLFE PRACTICES IN Clay and other Powell counties Sept 5 tt J CHINN JR Of- Â¬ Has a Future Before Her Two young ladies havo recently gono from central Kentucky to Ger Â¬ many to study music Miss Maria Lindsey of Frankfort and Mis Nellie Buckner of Pans We have not tho pleasure of Miss Buckners acquaintance and therefore cannot speak advisedly of her talents and prospects but we shall be greatly disappointed if MIsb Lindsey does not become an artist in the true sense of that much abused term She possesses in a marked degree the three requisites mentioned by Mo The master said Three zart things are necessary for a good and then ho pointed signif cantly to his head to his heart and to the tips of his Angers Miss Lind Â¬ sey has the mind tho soul and the Angers of a musician and more she has the ambition the poise of char acter and tho will power to surmount the difficulties that lie in tho path With her which she has chosen equipment and with the opportuni Â¬ to her the attain Â¬ ties now opened ment of a nigh measure of success in her sphere is only a matter of time Â¬ Â¬ Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House JanSXMy Mastin Bros SPORTING GOODS Ladies Are you suffering from weakness Do you Are you have constant back ache Do you feel all tired constipated out If you have any of these feel ings begin at once to use Dr Halos Ilousohold Toa It will give you a clear complexion will restoro you to health and strength and will make you feel liko a now person Get it to day at Carpenters South Side Drug 4 Store Is your complexion sallow Maysvillo Commonweal Tlie One lioss Sliay Tho poouliar feature of tho ono built in W L Coppersmith challenges com Â¬ hosa shay was that it was it had no parison in Btook his stock is now and suoh a wonderful way that Tho weakest pait weakest part of the latest designs of n woman is invariably her back and lomalo weaknesses aro only too Hurled in tlie Same common With tho uso of Dr Grave Pierces Favorite Proscription this may be avoided and women may bo as Btiong as their On Wednesday December 0th Mr compaiatlvoly Pxolapsus and Mi s B S Gaylo after journeying brothers periodical Inilammation pains loueorthrough life for four decades or moro ulceration laid down their burden together and hoa draKKiuK down sensations do- nervousness slooplossnoss passed to their final rest on tho same blllty day Mis Gaylo died in tho morn dospondonoy ate only a fow of tho ing and Mv Gaylo breathed his last symptoms of weakness of tho femalo about 11 oolook at night Ho was oxgalls whloh tho Favoilto Prescrip about sixty oight yoais old and bIio tion is warranted to remove was a few years oldor Both we understand wore natives of Frank Â¬ W L Oopporsmith has somo bar Â¬ lin county lContuoky but they had gains In solid gold ladios and gents lived in Columbus slnco 1857 One watches Â¬ Â¬ The best GUN in the market for the money Company with Just received 10000 loaded shells loaded by the Hazard Powder TTheO T-theSOTXMEDFL market Agents for best in - COLT JJXTJD SIXTIES Q TTIfcTS FRANKFORT Watches Diamonds Jewelry Novelties Clocks Silverware mens ojLgfeV Jl7fotdnfsf JLn HOLIDAY GOODS POE -- AKTIOTJIj-TS SEE Opera Glasses Gold Pens Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses Gold Personals Capt T 0 JoneB has returned from Washington Oity Prof A F Case is in Lexington spending the holidays Miss Ruth Ely is at home from Danville for the holidays Mr Merritt Waytsof Georgetown was in the city Wednesday Mr John Reading is home from school to spend the holidays Mr Will Gorman left Thursday for Louisville to spend Christmas Mr Louis Harris of Cincinnati is in the city visiting his parents Mr Richard Henry of Louisville is in the city visiting relatives Capt Thos 0 Jones has returned from his trip to Washington City Mr Harry Stanton of Louisville is visiting his parents in this city Mr Pat Noonan of Missouri is visiting his daughters in this city Miss Maggie Taylor returned last evening from a visit to Henderson Judge W P D Bush of Louisville was in the city the first of the week Col Thomas Rodman is quite sick at his residence on the aoutn bicie Miss Etta Wells of Richmond is visiting Miss Lide Terry near this city Mr Mason Barrett of Princeton College is visiting his mother in this city Miss Clara Buckley is at home from school at Nazareth to spend the holi days Misses Eva Hoge and Daisy Mason are at home after a visit to Harrods burg Miss Annie South of this county is visiting Miss Carrie Bush in Louis- Â¬ ville General Scott Brown is very ill a his residence on the Lawrenceburg pike Dr John Young Brown of Anchor age was in the cltythe flrsc of the week Rev W H Hampton and family of Ashland were in the city the first Â¬ Headed Canes c Officers 233 of Kuiglits Honor SkiajTH CIjAIB STBBET and Lindsey Blayney of Centre Col- Â¬ lege DanviJle are visiting their pa- Â¬ rents in this city loft Mr Sherley Wintersmith Thursday for Louisville to spend the holidays with his parents Mr John Green who is attending school at Centre College Danville is home to spend the holidays Mr Joe Hubble left Tuesday morn Â¬ ing for Columbia Tennessee to spend the holidays with his sister Mr Milton P Craig of Corpus Ohristi Texas was in the city Mon- Â¬ day shaking hands with old friends Judge and Mrs Caswell Bennett and daughter left Monday for Smith land their old home to spend Christ- Â¬ mas Mr M 0 Strattan and bride of Louisville spent Thursday in this city the guests of Mr Lee Hulett and wife of The following officers were elected by Frankfert Lodge No 10 Knights of Honor on Tuesday night for the ensuing year V Berberich Dictator Jacob Ahler Vice Dictator C D Nelson Assistant Dictator W W McEnnis Past Dictator 0 A Nelson Reporter W T Reading Financial Reporter H H Watson Treasurer Ohas Keeman Guide Peter Ahler Host E C Slaughter Inside Guard Trustees P C Sower J N Miles and George Salender WE HUE ZLPocIszet ing1 ZESIni n-unition 11 ftk A large line of KnivesZEBazoxsÂ¬ ves Carv and Straps G uns and All useful Christmas Prehents Pour Blade Pocket Knife fcSHI Mrs J Montgomery and dren leave Saturday for Eddyville where they will make their future home Miss Maggie LeCompte accompa- Â¬ nied by her mother left yesterday for Lakeland Florida to Bpend the Z chil- Â¬ Oil What a Cough Will you heed the warning the signal perhaps of the sure approach of that more terrible disease Con- Â¬ sumption Ask yourself if you can afford for the sake of saving 50c to run the risk and do nothing for it We know from experience that Shilohs Cure will cure your cough It never fails This explains why more than a Million Bottles were sold the past year It relieves croup and whooping cough at once Mothers do not be without it For lame back side or chest use Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J W CRAY 25C CHURCH i weeic Mr 0 L Gayle of Catlettsburg spent several days in this city this week of Paducah is visiting her father at the Capital Hotel Mr Alex Robertson has arrived home to spend the holidays with relatives d Mrs M H P Williams sr is very ill at her residence on upper Main Miss Alice Withrow Â¬ Mr R A Denson and wife of Louisville will arrive in the city Monday to visit Mr George Huffman and wife Mr Wm Neal wife and child left Tuesday for Pennsylvania where they will spend several weeks with his parents Prof McHenry Rhoads and family left Wednesday for Millwood Gray son county to spend the holidays with relatives Mrs E H Black of Stamping Ground who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Helen McOlure has returned home Mr Edmund W Taylor who has been living in Chicago for the past three months has returned to his home in this city Mr W L Cannon wife and chil- Â¬ dren of Chattanooga are visiting Mr Hiram Mrs Cannons father Berry in this city Mr Hiram Berry and wife who have been quite ill are on rising ground again Mrs Berry has about recovered and Mr Berry is improv- Â¬ ing Dr J Whit Baxter of Owenton who has been assisting hiB brother Dr W E Baxter of this place for the past three months in dental practice returned to his home last Thursday Nobody but a woman can write scientifically of womans apparel The man who attempts it is lost It is different with Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Either sex is fully acquainted with the merits of this noted remedy winter See notice of Dr Walters next visit in another column Grand opening of Holiday Goods at 11 tf Sower Ahlers Monday All the best grades sf coal for sale at 12 cents per bushel by the Frank- Â¬ 12 tf fort Elevator Coal Co FOR 40 YEARS DR WM PWW flwjmmiiViAnkWliZA Gayle 37 Petrified Pups Halls Balsam Mr Richard Thomasson of the COUGHS COLDS CONSUMPTION LA HOARSENESS Switzer neighborhood this county GHIPPE faORE THROAT PNEUMONIA CATARRH INFLUENZA ACUTE AND iIS ASTHMA killed a sow about a week ago whioh WUOOPlCHRONIC BRONCHI PLEURISY PAIN G COUGH CROUP had in her womb a litter of seven INTHESIDEANDSPlTTINCrOF BLOOD und all dlseuses of the petrified puppies Some of them Chest and Lungs Throat had one ear like a dog and the other like a hog all had dogs tails and were I il V V I III marked like a dog Not thinking of LeadhiKtoI I DR Win HALLS BALSAM no onlum the value of such a freak of nature morphine nor liny deleterious contilns It soothes clruK Mr Thomasson broke one up with a and heals the Membrane of the Lungs Inflamed hatchet and gave the others to a lit and poisoned by disease and prevents night sweats and tightness across the chest It Is taste This pleasant to theBALSAM Be sure and ask for DR tle boy who destroyed them WM HALLS and take no other story may sound a little tough For sale by J T7s7 but Mr Thomasson is a truthful gen Druggist Frankfort Ky tleman and it is vouched for by PRICE 25C 50C t00 others DR WM HALL CO NEW YORK Has been a never falling family remedy for FOR THE LUNGS EBHH C 15 lir33T to AND QUICKEST Georgetown ntlre Triln lew Orleans Time 25 Hours Cir Diy Coache-Sleepers run through without clungo THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST Rii9 to Georgetown Jacksonville Ala Time 26 Hours Througl leepera without ohiuge line beu cen Cincinnati and Lexinqton Ky Time 21 The Short Hours 12 Knoxvillk Tkns N a 17 Asctkvillk 11 ChattanoouaTknn O 16 Atlanta ALA BlKMINGUAM 16 Direct Connections at New Orleansand Shreve Was It Cancer Oct 21 tim port r Tex is Mexico and California Le e Frankfort via Kentucky Midland Railway stetown 515a marrlvnClnclnnatll025 via am Quicker than unyotherllne Alltralns arrlv at depart trom Central Unloo Depot Cincinnati ForRatesMapsc Vlce Pres street Resigned turned Tuesday from a visit to cinnati Mr Howard Russell Rodman re Â¬ Cin- Â¬ Mrs Alia S Long Postmistress at Midway has resigned Miss Mamie Brislan was in Lexing- Â¬ ton the first of the week visiting Mr Parks the new manager of the friends Meriwether Hotel has changed the Miss Susie Kavanaugh is home to the from school at Shelbyville for the name of the old hostelry Parks Hotel holidays Dropped Out Miss Bonnie Hockorsmith has gone Caldwell Busli to Stamping Ground to spend the holidays Col John F Davis late Commis Â¬ Mr Will Caldwell and Miss Sue Miss Lizzie Hill of Lexington is sioner of Agriculture who has been Bush formerly of this city were visiting Mrs Kate Patton on the a candidate for the Democratic nom- Â¬ quietly married at the home of the South Side ination for Circuit Clerk of Shelby brides father Judge W P D Buah Mr Hugh Rodman is home from county has withdrawn from the race in Louisville on Wednesday school at Ann Arbor Mich to spend It gives mo ploasuro to certify that the holidays Shilohs Consumption Lieutenant Busiok of the Central Cure Miss Evelyn Brown is in Louisville Police District used Salvation Oil on the guest of Miss Fannie Hendron on a rhoumatio arm A few applications This is beyond question the most East Kentucky relieved him and wrought a jnorma- - successful Cough Medicine wo have ouro Oil nont Salvation doses invariably Mr Al Martin of Now York Oity oallod in will verify this statement if over sold a few cases of Cough ouro the worst was in the- city the first of the week SnnoT H A Ryan Croup and Bronchitis while its won Â¬ visiting relatives Central Police Station Balto Md derful success in the cure of Con Â¬ sumption is without a parallel in the Mr Z J Montgomery and family We Have Tliem history of modiclne Since its first will leavo to day for their future discovery it has boon sold on a home in Eddyvillo If Mrs Sarah FoathorBtono of guarantee a tost whioh no othor Mrs Ellis and family left Tuesday Forks of Elkhorn will send to this medicine can stand If you have a for Washington Oity where thoy will office she can recover the gold spoc- - cough wo earnestly ask you to try it make their future homo 1 60o If fnni Wn Prico 10o onost or back your lungs w M vwj vw are sore Messrs John Green Henry Oraik lame use a day or two after the notice of their Shilohs Porous Plaster Sold by J Martin D Hardin A H McGluro 37 W Gayle Wallace McOloy John W Reading loss appeared in this paper Changed Its Name In the summer of 1800 something began to appear on my face similar to a cancer I tried vorious remedies but nothing gave relief until I used S S S which entirely cured me I used only six bottles W F Stearns Alexander City Ala We have had a number of remark able cures reported to us of epithe liona or skin cancer S S S seems to cure by forcing out the poison and the poisonous germs the general health is in the meantime improved and finally the sore heals the scales S drop off and the patient is well S S is entirely vegetable and harm- Â¬ less Our treatise on the blood and skin will bo mailed free to all who will apply for it Address Swift bpeoifio Co Atlanta Ga Â¬ OC nARVEY FRANK WWOOLLEY Traveling Pass Agt Lexington Ky D G EDWARDS addresr CINCINNATI J i Vk AT Valley Co Mississippi Washington Baltimore Philadelphia Now York Old Point and the Sea Shore Accin Dally AND ALL EASTERN CITIES IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 15 1891 TONIC OTJIWES I EAST BOUND Lexington Lve Winchester Mt Sterling Ashlund Oattlettsburg Huntington Washington Philadelphia New York Arr WEST BOUND 00am 025am 087am G 1 ExSuu ex Sun 5 80pia 7 7 Acm Dally 00pm 85pm LOSS OF APPETITE Indigestion Dyspepsia Nausea Sour Stomach Sleeplessness Headache Nervous Pros tration Neuralgia Pal Â¬ pitation of the Heart Loss of Energy Weakness of Back Feelings of Languor and Lassitude Gen eral Debility La Grippe Etc Etc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1007pm 1023pm 1047pm a lupm 820pm 550m DAILY In uio for 25 years by eminent physlolana and surgeons tn the United state und pro nounced by them the best TONIU exiunt others fall It cures where allyour Druggist Try It und bo for It convinced As ington 045pm 14pm iVI 1111 Ex Sun Mt Sterling Lve 10 27nm 508pm 1 20pm 11 15am n 45pm 1 55pm Winchester Lexington Arr U05pm 201111 4245pm Louisville Arr 5 25pm 050pm yupni LIMITED VK3TIHULED TRAINS rim dally In connection with Chesapeake A Ohio F F V to Now York FAS MUL TRAINS rims dally and make local stops between Lexington uud Hunt Â¬ Ashland 205pm Huntington Lve Cattlettsburg 85pm lrnpm 7 PItlOB J ED HAY 100 PER BOTTLE CO HUNTING rON tlons run dally MOItllEAD uccommoda Manfs and Proprs w fww 2AItIB KY W uopiuu LEXINGTON M0HEHEVD LEXINGTON MT STERLING accommodations run dally oxTHROUGH - H AVERILL Junel3 ly Sole Ky Agent SLEEPING CARS to and from nshlngton and New York without change BKOWN 0 L Frankfor Gen Pass Agent W S o A Lexington Hariubon GA Ashland Ky CJ W DAHNKY Ky Tfl ing elsewhere iJL Have received a large lot of this delicious fruit which I will sell very low Call and get prices before purchas Â¬ 9mt KTrTtuif irJLi JLi OS Extra Select Norfolk First Prosbytorlan Oysters in Cans And Bulk Also Fine Celery J HEENEYS SOUTH SIDB GROCERY TIME TABLE The following Mtno tublo is now offoofc upon tho L Si N road TBAINB WtST Leave your Christmas orders if you want the best at A School sent a lot of Christmas confoctiona and fruits to tho Locstown Mission School Fine Sample JAY-EYE-S- EE Hiiclnc Wis Buys of Alter ttjlrtf ory known romedy Ircinocd n lnrfeoUiimh oi two years standing from a 3 jenr old lllly S w ltL fcureo applications of f -- No 17 loavoB Frankfort No 21 Ioiivob No2ftlonve8Frnnkfort No 19lenvoB Frankfort TnAINBEAHT Frnukfort fG0 n m 940 a m 300 p m 788 pm 1010 a m IS 435 No 20 lofivoB Frankfort K85 p n No 24 nrriven Frankfort U15 No 22 leavoB Frankfort Nos 28 17 and 21 connect at Lagrango No 28 and 21 connect for Cincinnati at Anchorage for DloomQeld Branch W W No 18 lonvoB Frankfort pm pm Not if you go through tho world a Dr Ackors Dyspepsia dyspeptic Tablets aro a positive ouro for tho worst forms of Dyspepsia Indiges tion Flatulency and Constipation Guaranteed and sold by 9 J W Gaylb Druggist Â¬ IIFE WORTH LIVING Captured tlie Audience the sweet part in the Burloy tobacco which measured forty two inches in length and eighteen inches in width This just boats by two inches in length any thing wo have heard of in that line It was raised by Mr Wm Eddens on Mr John Hanlys place near Jetts and was a top leaf of the stalk Mr M H Cromwell brought to our ofllco on Thursday a leaf of White Mn T T flAOtr TTInlrnrv CJrnvn Pnrm tinnin Â¬ nr a g Euchre Party The first entertainment of tho Young Ladies Euchre Club was given by Miss Joe Duvall and Miss Kath- Â¬ leen Halloran at the residence of Mrs B F Duvall Wednesday even ing The ladies prizes which were very handsome were won by Miss Natalie Sawyior and Miss Birdie Browd Mr Road Rogers and Mr Thos B Rodman being the fortunate prize winners among tho gentlemen The supper which was elegant and beautifully served at 1130 oclock was much enjoyed by all in attend- - m Alexander Agent Miss Nellie Orbison Binger of this city took mm C Hiiiiiiiiiiiii ItlsfhobostpioparntlonIhaocvoruMKlof lrurd of 1 heartily recommend It to ull Horsemen IVohaio hundred of such testimonial PrlccSl50 per bottle Ask jourdnigglstforlt If ho dots not keep It strut us 23c stamps or bIU cr for trial box W B EDDY CO Whitehall N Y concert given at Georgetown on Friday night of last week for the A man who has practiced modioine for 40 years ought to know salt from benefit of tho Catholic Church in that place and the Times says she fairly sugar read what he says Toledo O Jan 10 1887 captured tho audience and was en- Â¬ Co Gen- Â¬ cored again and again Messrs P J Ohoney tlemen I have been in the general practice of medicine for most 40 Box Parties years and would say that in all my praotice and experience have never The right box at tho Opera House seen a preparation that I could prescribed with as much confidence of Tuesday night when Julia Marlowe successs as I can Halls Catarrh Cure appeared in Twelfth Night was oc Have pre- Â¬ manufactured by you scribe it a great many times and its cupied by Gov and Mrs Brown effect is wonderful and would say in Misses Birdie and Susie Brown and conclusion that I have yet to find a Rose Stewart and Messrs John M case of Catarrh that it would not Rodman and J M Van Derveer cure if they would take it according Tho left box was occupied by ex to directions Gov Knott and wife Mr J L Edelon Yours truly LLGORSUOHMD and wife and Mr and Mrs Wickliffe Office 215 Summit St Chapman 100 for any case of We will give not be cured with Catarrh that can A CHILD KILLED Halls Catarrh Cure Taken inter- Â¬ Another ohild killed by tho use of nally opiates given in the form of Soothing F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Syrup Why mothers give their 2 children such deadly poison is surpris Â¬ tSTSold by all druggists 75c ing when they can relieve tho child using troubles Deatli of Mrs Dr Charles of its peculiar Soother by containsDr no It Ackers Baby Pliytliian opium or morphine Sold by 9 J W Gayle Druggist Mrs Phythian wife of Dr Charles Phythian died Tuesday at the home Bridgeport of her husband in Cincinnati of pneumonia leaving a babe only six A merry Christmas to all days old Dr Phythian a former Mr Willie Demaree and wife of Frankfort boy is the son of Dr Louisville aro visiting relatives in John L Phythian and had only been this section the grocery F married a little more than a year and Morris has bought Wilmot and fixtures of R H His friends and relatives in this oity moved to his own store room deeply sympathise with him in his where he will be found ready to wait on customers great Borrow Mr J Smith did a good job when he took the photograph of tho Woodside Farm Bridgeport school Little Richard Towles was quite Mr Clarence S Bate of Harrods Oreek sends the following 4Your sick the first of this week trial box of Quinns Ointment has Miss Emma Jenkins is on the sick pleased me wonderfully I used it to list D H Crockett was confined to his remove incipientFistula of Withers This is the universal expression of bed for several days with la grippe those who are using Quinns Oint Â¬ Prayer Meeting was held at Mrs Wednesday Armstrongs Salina ment Â¬ rOR LOW PRICES CALL ON- - E COLLINS IDEXj33KS - TUT BRO Hardware Wall Paoer anil BeciiratiorsLinie Plaster Cement fluj Oils nd K i Paint Htih Iron Steal Bdtisg Sash o dor Sact aaxd Slislla ICoors Bliar 6 s Sc ALSO A FULL LINE OF Sewnr and F2m Pipe and Rack Jett Sloped to New Albany Shelton of this county Nannie Dixon of New and Castle eloped from tho homo of tho bride Tuesday evening and were married in New Albany Indiana at 1 oclock Wednesday morning The groom is the son of Mr F M Shel- Â¬ ton a well known farmer of this county and tho bride a daughter of a prosperous citizen of New Castle who was very much opposed to tho Mr S B Miss match Specimen Cases S H Clifford Now Oassel Wis was troubled with Neuralgia ana Bhoumatism his Storaaoh was disor Â¬ dered his Liver was affected to an alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength Throe bottles of Elec Â¬ tric Bitters oured him Edward Shepherd Harrodsburg HI had a running soro on his log of oight years standing Used three bottles of Electric Bittors and seven boxes of Buoklens Arnica Salve and his leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had five largo JFover soroB on his leg doctors aaid Jhe was inourable One bottlo Elec Â¬ tric Bitters and one box Buoklens Arnica Salvo oured him ontiroly Sold by tho South SIdo drug store 8 P H OAltrENTBB Christmas With tlie Sun day Scliools Tho children of tho Christian Church Sunday sohool woro given an elegant OhrlBtmas troo at tho Ohnroh Thursday aftornoon Tho Baptist Sunday aohool woro given a candy pulling at tho Armory tho Metho Â¬ dist Sunday sohool also had a oandy pulling and tho Southern Prosbyto Â¬ rlan Sunday sohool woro glvon a fish pond Tho ohildron of tho There have been so many casos of la grippe in this section that it would be impossible to memtion all of them Miss Lucy Brown who has been in attendance at the Catholic school at White Sulphur is now at home for tho Christmas holidays Prayer meeting next Wednesday night at Mr R H Wilmots Elder Geo Darsiosannointmentsat Bridgeport closed last Sunday a fine audience was in attendance to hoar his last sermon and it unless to say that it was well receivod Tho candidates for sheriff are now hustling themselves in this section To meddle in tho affairs of othors brings trouble without a screen to hido behind A new turnpike board will bo eleoted on tho first Saturday in Jan Â¬ uary for tho Fnrmdale and Bridge- Â¬ port pike Meeting will be held at South Benson toll gato Inquisitive people learn muoh that is of no value to them butdangorous to others wolfaro Mrs Catharine Garlin and family will move to Shelby county next week Rumor says tho boys will buy tho now store house for a ball room Corn ia a roady sale at two dollars per barrel Without an objootion Bridgoport Preoinot is in favor of separate coaohes for white and colored Tho following young ladies and gentlemen took In Bridgoport last Sunday Misses Mary Wash of Alton of Graofonburg Boftio Vawter Emma Jessie of Sholbyvillo Messrs Hal Gaines Sholbyvillo E Arm Â¬ strong Frankfort R Money E Shol burno A Morris Farmdalo and last but not least Dr J O Robinson of Bridgoport All onjoyod tho profuse hospitality of Mr and Mrs Morris onco seomod allvo Bridgoport Wo woro more with young pooplo all glad to see thorn ospooially whon tho swoot protty girls oomo to lond ouohanting smiles K W Gaines and family aro visit Â¬ ing rolatlvos horo MrGalnesancl fam Â¬ ily will looato in Loulsvillo instead of thib neighborhood na wasstatod wook boforo last night y arryfa 17jTiImWto5TJW WSWPaKWWGum boot weather rain and grip Dr G F Thompson was in town AIN AND LEWIS 8TKEZT-43-lITAKFQRT KENTUCKY- Tuesday Miss Eloise Trumbo returned home last Wednesday much to the regret of the young men of the neighborhood Miss Hancock of Missouri who is attending school in Shelbyville is visiting her aunt Mrs Margaret Quinn L A Trumbo Hillery Bedford and Mr Will Stafford were in Louisville this week Mr Mitchell LeOompte and wife visited Mr Ls parents this week Mr Tichenor and Logan Smith are building a new patent wire fence for Mr Overy Our Bohool was suspended for three days this week on account of the ill ness of our faithful teacher Miss Leona Jett Grip -- ttBaeement of Capital HstelBorn To G H Jott and wife a Oh Papa daughter Miss They will fill this space with an entirely new advertisement m The Jett Bible Society has provided themselves with a fine lot of new short time chairs also have removed the par- Â¬ tition The hall presents a nice appearance By tho way this society only a year or two old has done a lot of good and it should be en- Â¬ couraged by all whether religiously inclined or not The following pitiful lamentation was heard to escape from ono of our business men the other day Oh grip why couldnt you spare the gentler sex the fair ones wo depend on for daily bread I have often shuddered at the thought of what -AND DEALER IN- they had to contend with but now oh ye Gods little fishes and hungry men I know from experience what a hard road tho cook has to travel I had it to do three days the past STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO week and just think Stove red not PIPE AND FITTINGS BTO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK stake burning in the bread pan GUARANTEED coffee boiling out of the tea kettle corn enke scorching in tho stowing In rear of Salondors Grooary FRANKFORT KENTUCKY pan hands full of dough apron around my noclc stove full of burn- Â¬ ing Bmoking grease eyes nearly out Thorough Practical Instruction Gradu ates assisted to positions ttS Catalogue Thought it was nothing to cook in FREE Write to fact thought I was a French culinary Stratton Business College Bryant artist or a Mr Bowser when I began KY but alas I didnt know nothing and L0UI8VILLE soon found timo amid my trials to ask the dispenser of all that is good to Itlcmofiam Repairing of all kinds neatly and speodil y restore my cook to her health and relived me from cooking and I LEWIP It Is with a sml heart we record the promptly executed by the Kentucky Buggy and Harness Company 15 tf would never utter another complaint death of Mm Kebeccu Lewis who fell asleep la about anything that waB wrong Jesus December Dth lbJl The subject of this brief notice was the wife of William Lewis sr about tho cooking to tho Her name Is y Â¬ Salt JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Batzeli Building -- 1101 MD 102 OTN STREETthe - - Â¬ DWARD pzEe-A-aTia-A-nir CLAASSEN Plumber GasSteam Fitter Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets Gas Fixtures JlMiMiM lu maiden unknown writer Â¬ LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET DURRETT FURNISHED BY 1LOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE juBt closed amount to 2029 hhds with receipts of 1472 for tho samo period Sales on our market for the wook Sales on our market since January TIME CARD 1st amount to 152745 hhds Sales of EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 2IST 1890 the oropof 1800 on our market to date 101545 hhds GOING EAST 3 The sales of now burloy have not Engine ron Sale I have n second Â¬ Leiivo Lexington J 00 p m boon qulto so largo this wook as they p in Winchester 4 woro last The market haB been ac Â¬ hand Gaar Scott portablo stoam en Â¬ Leave Clay City Leave 4 51 p in tive and strong and prices roalizod gine in good order for Balo cheap Arrive Lumber Point 25 p m W T FEATHERS ONE Arrive Three Forks 630 n m have boon up to tho expectations of 15- - It Forks of Elkhorn Ky Loavo Three Forks 11 SO a m sollors and fully as good as the wook Arrive Elkatawa l20 p m previous Wo look for larger salos next wook N R R will soil round Tho L GOING WEST Tho following quotations fairly trip tickets to Cincinnati Ohio at Leave Elkatawa 836 u m represent our markot for burloy 3J0 during tho holidays Arrlvo Three Forks 100 a m tobacco W W Alexander Agent Leave Three Forks 6 00 a m Trash dark or damaged Arrive I umber Point 0 05 n m 2 00 3 50 tobacco 7 37 a m Arrive Clay City Notice W L Coppersmiths out Arrive Winchester 0 00 80 a m 3 00 Golory trash sale until tho first of January 1802 UP a m Arrive Lexington Common lugs not colory 3 50tfi 4 00 0 50ai 10 00 Oolory lugs Connections made at with 5 OOfa 8 00 Common loaf If you havo a buggy carriago or steamer for UeatOvllle Lumber Pointnearest Elkatawa Is 7 60 12 00 sot of harness whioh needs repairing station to Jackson Ky Trains between Three Medium to good loaf 12 00 22 00 take It to tho Kontuoky Buggy and Forks and Lexington run dally between Three Good to fine flllors Soloot or wrappory Harness Company on oast Broadway Forks and Elkatawa dally Sundays excepted J L MURPHY 22 OPffi 33 00 All work promptly oxooutod 15 tf loaf General Passengor Agent K G H with his mother In her death the husband has lost a faithful wife the children a deoted mother a tjood neighbor She was audthecommunlt seent two years old und had been a member of Her Illness tho Christian Church thirty jenrs was lout and painful yet she bore her sufferings with great fortitude bhe Is gone her body luus returned to the dust and her spirit to Uod who gave It Weep not for her for Just oer beyond In the City of Sold Where never an Ilium betide Whero sweetly and ever new beauties unfold My dear ones lu safety abide J K P SOUTH though she had lived wm Iruukfort all her life Shu was the mother of live children four of whom sun Ive her and one a manly boy Is at rest Wanted Fur Skins PY T WILL IIIfilirST CASn PRICE FOR ALL 1 kinds of Fur Skins at old Tiinard uear Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland depot on Cllutou street JAMES SULLIVAN Dec 19 lm KENTUCKY UNION RAILWAY CO S9l o 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 13 The Place to Buy Fine Xmas Presents M Give me a call FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Catered at the postoQlce at Frankfort Kentucky as second class mailable matter flEO A LEWIS CToIn Commendable Editor and Publisher DEC 26 1891 FRANKFORT morning from the residence of her son the services being conducted by Rev H Q Henderson of the Metho- Â¬ dist Church of which Church she had for many years been a member Rev J McOlusky Blayney of the First Presbyterian Church assisting in the services T Â¬ Death of Mrs Browinki ifaYiies F ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce W H PAtt RhNT of Franklin county us a candidate for Assistant Clerk of the House of Representative of the next Legislature subject to the uctionof the Democratic caucus Aug 15 te Vifl Supposed to be Drowned Joseph Sullivan Superinten- Â¬ dent of the Chair Factory of Messrs Mason Foard Co at the Peniten- Â¬ tiary disappeared very mysteriously on Saturday morning and has not since been seen He was attacked with the grippe on Saturday for which he took sev- Â¬ eral doses of quinine and whisky and about six oclock in the evening left hisjiome on Arlington Heights telling his wife he was coming down town He was last seen about two oclock Sunday morning on Broad- way walking in the direction of the river Diligent search was made for viim Sunday and on Monday Officer Mack Phythian and Mr James Sulli- Â¬ van brother of the missing man went to Louisville to look for him thinking perhaps he had wandered oft into the country and taken a train at some station down the road On Tuesday Officer Mack Phythian learned that Albert Dean a resident of the north end of the city had found a hat in the river between the mouth of the Mero street sewer and Congleton Bros saw mill about noon on Sunday looked him up and got the hat which upon examination was thought to bo the one worn by Sullivan when last seen That afternoon dynamite was ex- Â¬ ploded in the river at different points and a canon was fired over the spot where he was supposed to have gone Neither had any effect and down the fate of Sullivan is still shrouded in mystery Mr All claims not consistent with the high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the Cal Fig Syrup Company It acts gently on the kidneys liver and bowels cleansing the system effectually but it is not a cure all and makes no preten Â¬ sions that every bottle will not sub 13 lm stantiate Couldnt Go 1 We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation to dine at the Willard Hotel Louisville yesterday but having a previous engagement with the head of our house were unable to be present Weare just as much obliged to Manager Logan as if we had partaken of the good things we know that he spread before his guests A Good Investment i The attention of those of our readers who have a small sum of money to invest is called to the fact that the Peoples Homestead and Sav- Â¬ ing Association will open a new class of stock on the first of January By investing a small sum weekly with this Association you place your money where it is perfectly safe and get a good return for the same Compromise Proposed At a meeting of the creditors of Mr James M Wakefield held at the Council Chamber in the City Hall Tuesday afternoon he proposed to compromise at 20 cents on the dollar to give security within six months for the payment of the same and the business to be turned over to him by his assignee The matter was referred to a com- Â¬ mittee of the creditors who are to formulate a plan of compromise and report at an adjourned meeting to be held at the same place to day Mrs isora Conh Broivinski wife of Capt JamfekF Browinski died at her home on High street Friday morning about 3 oclock after an illness of only six days The bright and happy wife and mother last week buoyant with hope and health lives to day only in the hearts of those who loved her The fell shaft of death could not have been aimed at any other and produced more profound or more general sorrow among this people The sweet embodiment of gentleness intelligence and grace she wab held in high esteem by all who know her and most tenderly loved by those whose relationsnvith her were intimate With moral characteristics of the highest order and her reli- Â¬ gious nature ripened into a perfect Christian character is it any wonder that a wide circle of friends pay the tribute of unavailing grief But the sorrow of the household ah there is a poignancy in it that finds no ex- Â¬ pression in cold barren words Last Sunday morning a daughter was born in the happy home The mother was soon taken with inflam- Â¬ matory rheumatism and then with the prevailing enfluenza her suffer- Â¬ ings being intense and the sad re- Â¬ sult has been told Married June 11 1878 she was tho mother of three children a daughter aged ten a son eight and the little babothat will never know its mother Her age was about thirty five years and her life was spent in Carrollton She had long been a devoted member of the Methodist Church As memory reproduces her image an image whose loveliness will not be marred by time as would have been the case had sho lived the only consolation will be that He doeth all things well The funeral will take place to day at 2 oclock from the Methodist Church Services by Rev C J Nugent the pastor A number of the relatives from a distance are Â¬ For Sheriff Wo are authorized to announce JAS G BRAW NER as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin coun- Â¬ ty subject to the n tlon of the Democratic party at the primary election to be held Mureh 19 1892 Dec 19 te We areauthorlzed to nnnounce R D ARM STHONGos a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county subject to the action of the Dmocratlc convention of Saturday Mureh lSth 1892 We ore authorized to announce A G JEFFERS ns a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin county subject to the Democratic primary election 14 te cwsns Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the tastej and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the system effectuall dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever produced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt hi its action and truly beneficial in its eflect3 prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS Residence for ent Frankfort Ky fPHE RESIDENCE PROPERTY KNOWN AS 1 the Dlackburn place stuated at the south end of Lobui street in South Frankfort containing about dh acres of ground is for rent Posses Â¬ sion given Dec 1st Nov 21 1691 tf FRANK CIIINN FOR CHRISTMAS Folding Beds China Closets Ladies Desks Book Cases Fine Chairs Leather Couches Sofa Lounges SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK i NY hereCarrollton Democrat As the commander of the U S 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- Â¬ bined in a manner hitherto unknown Parlor Suits Hat Racks Carpet Sweepers Dining Tables and the latest thing in Tea Tables ZE3 Struck the Wrong Man Mr A H McClure Secretary of the Kentucky Midland Railway Company and of the Frankfort Water Company was standing upon the street the other day when a young woman ap- Â¬ proached him and asked if he would not marry her When he had recover- Â¬ ed sufficiently from his embarrass ment he informed the young lady that ho already had one wife which was all the law allowed a man in this country and he must respectfully de- Â¬ cline the honor Law she exclaimed I thought you were Mr Arnold the Christian I dont want to marry preacher you but some one to marry mo to a better looking man Â¬ Snag boat Kentucky Capt Browinski has made a host of friends along the river many of them boing residents of this city who deeply sympathise with him in the great sorrow which has darkened his hitherto bright and happy existence Masonic Election As St Johns Day tho 27th of Next Thursday The Legislature of Kentucky will meet on Thursday next and the ses- Â¬ sion will likely be the longest held Already the by that body in years candidates for the different offices to bo filled by the House and Senate are beginning to gather in to await the arrival of the Senators and Represent Â¬ atives Death of Mrs Leach Mrs Lydia Loach died Tuesday night at the residence of hor son Mr S 0 Bull 100 Cross street in the 80th year of hor age after a brief illness Sho had been in hor usual health up to Sunday last when she was attaoked with grippe which re Â¬ sulted in her death as above stated Tho funeral took place Thursday December comes on Sunday this year OF THE tho annual election of officers of Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M will Was Born in this County bo held on Monday evening next gs iniuuug The following notice of tho death December 28th All tho members of RY THESE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Go of a former resident of Franklin the Lodge are requested to be present KNOW ALL MEN Mitchell 0 W PRESENTS Munllus T Fincel and SOLD BY ALL JUaGIBT county is taken from the Paducah at 7 oclock of that evening in tho Hei ry Fincel hate associated themselves together north hall of Odd Fellows Temple and formed a corporation under Chanter 56 of Standard the General Statutes of Kentucky anil do hereby adopt the following articles of Incorporation It was with much pain that his Dr Stockholders Meeting 1 The name of the Corporation snail Â¬ bt Tim Hales Household Oint friends received the satl intelligence Old Judge Distilling Company and the principal ment Sunday evening that Dr Reuben place of business shall be Frankfort Kentucky 2 The general nature of the business proposed Sanders was dead His lately en mllK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK transacted la the and The feebled condition and that ho was Is tho finest remedy in tho world 1 holders of Ky Frankfort Water Company to be of whisky brandymanufactureother distillation wine liquors of lite for of ill was known but the dootor had It absolutely cures catarrh It cures torsFrunkfolt transactingtheofelectioncorporate Direc and to t uy and as may same or to do such and and the busi other business sell the be necessary In other connection pulled through so many spells of ail Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures ness will be held ut its ofllce In the city of ment that his friends and kindred Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Frankfort on Thursday December 31st 1691 at therewithcapital stock of said corporation shall The A II McCLlKE hoped he would this time also bo as in the most soothing manner Cures 11 oclock12 a m be twenty thousand dollars 20000 divided Into St secretary Dec shares of the par vulue of one hundred dollars His advanced ago how Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids fortunate 100 each Said capital stock may be Increased Can be over was against this tho recent Cures Coughs and Colds at any time to an amount not to exceed fifty attack of la grippe proved too much taken internally A positive specific 50000 thousand dollars The capital stock blmllberatd In at Mien times and in such and tho venorablo doctors last battle for Pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns amounts as the Hoard of Dliectqrs may deter Â¬ His death occurod Sunday afternoon Chilblains Sores of long standing mine 4 Tho corporation shall commence on tho 20th at 1 oclock tho sick man simply Corns and Bunions aro cured quickly Forks of Elkhorn Ky day of Not ember 1601 and contlnuo for fifty into an easy and ondless sloop different from all else superior to all j ears next succeeding unless sooner dissolved by r Sanders was born in Franklin olso it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes two thirds of a HAVE JUST THIS WELL county near Frankfort September 0 Largo size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ WE kiiouninlll lFITTED UP latest Improved votoof allalrs of the the capital stock Inbeforce 6 Tho con corporation shall li all tho ducted by a board of three dlrectois but the 1808 boing therefore lately past his ters South Side drug store 5 ly machinery and are prepared to do custom grind Increased by a otoof ing and pay caslilorwlioit Flour and Corn number maybethey may think properthe director Ho was roared eighty third year to any number The board ileal nlwns on hand mainly in Frankfort boing appren Â¬ of directors shall elect from their number n Farmers arc Invited toglvo una trial Badly Hurt President Secretary and Treasurer The board ticed whon a boy to the trado of a ELKHUHNMILL COMIMNY of directors and olllccrs aforesaid shall be elected Nov lMJm Forks of Elkhorn Ky book binder His oarlier education op the 20th day or November lbJ and they shall Frank Hicks a colored employe at was obtained principally through tho serve until the Unit Monday In June following and they shall beelectod on the tlrst Monday of perusal of books and works that pass Â¬ Mr Goo B Hays stablo back of tho Juno following of each year and shall serve for WM ed through his hands in the course of Penitentiary was badly injurod by one jear from tho date of their election or until work upon them as binder At tho a young horse Wednesday morning their successors are elected and iiualllled The highest amount or liability to which the ago of twenty four ho omigratod to ATTORNEY-AT-LA- W corporation shall at any time subject Itself shall Alabama settling at Wetumpka in Tho horso kicking him threo times not exceed two thirds of Its capital stock 7 i that State Later ho turned his at Â¬ in tho side and twice in tho faco His private property Is to be exempt from any tention to tho study of medioino and wounds wore dressed by Dr Duvall JRJS AX JBSTATJS AGBNT and all corporate debts In testimony whereof the said Incorporator while in the South attended a courss and ho is getting along very nicely PRACTICE IN TIIE COUHT8 OJ have hereunto signed their names this the 20th of lectures at Charleston S 0 Franklin and the adjoining oountlei nr day of November 1B01 U T MIT0HKLL will lio giro ipAclal attention to the purobut Afterwards he attended the Jefferson C WK1NCKL and tale of real ojuu collection of r nU clluu Medical Oollego at Philadelphia Gold hoaded walking canes at and tbe ecoUatlnn of loam HENRY FIN0KL where he graduated in 1830 Ooppersmithsthe joweler Nov281m 1nn3Mt Â¬ Â¬ U WILL DO all mat is claimed for HAND 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 Sent by express on receipt of price 160 per bottlo MOTHERS FRIEND Sogers 3s Son May2 ly ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Old Macklin Mills J Â¬ Â¬ CROMWELL C 11 tfttANKFOBT KOUJMABOUT lars valuation Tho taxwas incroasod FRANKFORT DFO 2C one third cents on tho hundred dol Â¬ A Mystery Explained 1801 Consult Dr Walter He may bo the On his next visit means of saving you much misery and much unhappiness Ho never fails to cure any chronic disease ho under- Â¬ takes Will Grow Longer As Monday waB tho shortest of the year tho days will now begin to longthon out but it will bo several weeks before thoy will bo percoptably longer Paralyzed at his home near with paralysis Ducker Station Woodford county on Monday and it is feared ho will never recover Mr George W Robb was stricken m Called to Versailles Rev J L Darsio of Norfolk Vir- Â¬ ginia has been called to and accepted the pastorate of tho Christian Church Ho is a brother of at Versailles Rev George Darsie of this city Mrs Murray Dead ead intelligence Sunday by telegraph Mr Henry C Murray received the of the death of his mother in Florida She had been ill for several months but it was not thought the end so Tho pnpora contain frequent notLcoc of rich pretty and educated glrl eloping with negroes tramp b and Tho well known special Â¬ ooaohmen ist Dr Franklin Miles says all suoh Col Bob Stradcr Dead girls are move or Iohb hysterical nor voun vory impulsivo unbnlancedi Col R S Strador one of tho best usually Bubjootto headache neuralgia sloeplossness immodorato crying oi know trotting horsemen in Central laughing These show o weak ner LexKentucky died at his homo in vouu system for which there fa m remedy equal to Reatorativo Narvino ington on Tuesday Trial botUefl and a fine book contain ing many marvolous cares froo at William Skcllcy J W Goyloa who luo sells And ftuar Mitees Dr Milos oolebrated New Jamesvillo Heart Cure the finest of hoart tonics Of 11 Acadomy St Wis under dafb of May 23 says Cures fluttciing short breath ofco Thomas This is Messrs Kenyon 0 to certify what I know about Dr Halos Household Ointment I have Will We Get In had a bothersome sore on my lip for 15 years which terminated in a can- Â¬ Tho following is from tho In and cer I had tried various remedies purporting to cure but all without About Kentucky column of the avail until I purchased a box of your Courier Journal Dr Halos Household Ointment and Tho representatives of tho third with two months using it has entire- Â¬ class cities failed to assemble last ly cured it and I freely give this for week at Henderson and are now tho benefit of tho people called upon to meet at Frankfort Truly yours January 4 Unless Bowling Green WM SKELLEY and Frankfort succeed in havintr This wonderful medicine is for sale themselves ranked a little ahead of at Carpenters South Side Drug Store their census standing as they aro 4 probably justly entitled to do the class will only include Paducah HenTuesdays Fire derson and Owensboro But Frankfort and Bowling Green really belong An unoccupied residence belonging in this class and will most likely be to Mr J T Larkin was badly dam Â¬ assigned to it Frankfort falls short The only 8 and Bowling Green 193 of havaged by fire Tuesday afternoon ing tho required population even by 10 and the census count alarm was turned in from box and this trival although the run is one of the longest difference is not enough to make a in the city to tho corner of Steele charter for Paducah Henderson and Owensboro inapplicable to Frankfort and New streetsthe fire department and Bowling Green Yet if they were promptly on hand and extin can not count up the requisite popu- Â¬ guished the ilatnes in short order lation to meet the Constitutional limit how can they be hoisted into 500 -i- nsured The loss is about The fire is supposed to be work of the class over the Constitutional barrier against special and local an incendiary legislation -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to meet a floating dobt of about cloven thousand dollars created in building turnpikes in tho county AT COST AT COST V R K IWCLURE OFFERS HIS ENTIRE STOCK OF Boots Shoes Hats And Caps JJ COST POE CASH SHILOHS CATARRH REMEDY marvelous cure for Catarrh Diphtheria Canker mouth and who repre- Â¬ Headache Col Bruco Haldeman With each bottle there sented the Courier Journal here dur- Â¬ is an ingenious nasal Injector for the ing the sitting of tho Constitutional more successful treatment cf these without extra charge Convention will be married on the complaints Sold by J W Gayle 37 Price 50c 20th of January to Miss Annie Milton i of Louisville For rent A brick cottage of fchrfifl rooms on the hill ODDOSito Courtesies Between Drug Â¬ John L Scotts residence toPossession given Sept 7th Apply gists A m To Wed in January irMpt rUKLD that 51 tf Henry Gobber V The business of the registery de- Â¬ Office in this city is much larger this year than ever before at this time of the year This is the seventh Christmas Assis tant Postmaster O W Saffell has spent in tho office and he says he has Consumption done nearly twice as much work re dis- Â¬ ceiving and sending out registered The most to be dreaded of all He was eases often begins in a simple cold packages than ever before simply neglected No cough shouldÂ¬ kept on the jump for three days be- CANT SLEEP NIGHTS bo allowed to run a single day with- foie Christmas waiting upon parties Is the complaint of thousands sufferout using the finest remedy in the sending off Christmas presents ing from Asthma Consumption world Dr Hales Household Cough Coughs etc Did yoa ever try Dr Cure It acts like magic strengthening is all Ackners English Remedy It is the the lungs allaying all irritation andÂ¬ What a pity it is that his face best preparation known for pimples cures a cough where all other reme- Hed be very fine loooking if t wasnt Troubles Sold on a positiveall LungÂ¬ guaran 25 and 50c per bottle at dies fail tee at 25c and 50c for that Carpenters South Side Drug Store 0 Gayle Druggist Miss Vere with a smile Said pretty J W 4 at the dimples Reflected from under the nobby Track Sold spring hat As she looked at herself in the glass The race track of the Kentucky softly sighing Association at Lexington was sold at That she had for the young man a HAVE A PURE BRED BLACK BFHKSHIRE tender regard boar which will bo permitted to ere sows public sale on Tuesday and was HUNK S HAFF There wasnt the least need of knocked down to a syndicate headed Near U K C Cooper sho denying Dec 5 2m On L A S Railroad Hull Davidson and Milton for every one knew it His beauty is by J The funiture marred by the frightfiilred blotches Young for 95005 I wonder if he of the club house brought 1200 all over his face something to cleanse The syndicate proposes to have races couldnt takeand drive them away his blood CARM OF I next spring as usual Ho heard what she said about his 1 from B igdad Kj MARKSBURY120 ONE MILT well containing looks It hurt his feelings but he Improud and all In crass will be aires at a Mild couldnt deny she told the truth He bargain For tonus and other Information tall Dr Bliss Coming IAS ANDREW biUTP remembered a iriond whose face on Dec 25 Im Dr T F Bliss tho eminent oculist used to be as bad as his It had beHe went to of Springfield Ohio will visit this come smooth and clear change had of him and asked how the city on Monday and Tuesday Jan- been brought about Simply by uary 4th and 5th for the purposo of using Dr Pierces Golden Medical pLAS II IN THE OLD RKLIVBLE PEOPLES Iloint stead and towlmt Association will be meeting such of his frionds as wish Discovery was tho reply Take that The past of opened for snbcrlptlon on liiuu irj you to consult him in regard to their eyes and Ill warrant Ho did to get ridface six mouths have been the most ltt prosperous In so His your pimples history of the Association and or hearing All those who aro suffer Â¬ became healthy and oloar And next the a s ite Imestmnut should not let per ons winn ing this onnoituest ape L liMAKbllAU ing from any disease of tho oye or week hell bo married to pretty Miss nll JACOB them ERT President b Id oar should boar the dates in mind Vere fcccy Treas Dec G2t lOlHMAiinstreit Ho will bo and go and seo him We Get There All the found at tho Capitul or Kenyon Same or Hotel If this paper is late in reaching our subscribers this week thoy can at- Â¬ Wiiat Is Good Baking Powder tribute the delay to Christmas whioh T W Mite comes this year upon tho day that t S THE AGENT OF a k eatK bargain1UHDSON I lw the house for sale at carbon Â¬ It is a well known fact that paper In which Hive lontnluliiK rooms and will sell or is used by bakers In tho bulk of tho work upon tho ate of ammonia rent the double tenement adjolulu umtuliilnuB Â¬ rooms leet boutliFruiiKfort the preparation of tho finest and is usually executed and as a conse a house on Campht lisi omnium Ni n stiet t Also containing 4 most wholesome bread and cake and quence much of yestordayB work TKUMs One third cash balance In ne and lias been from timo immemorial It was done this morning Our office two ears wlthluteiest or will maUea bl i Is fur cash is among tho oldest and at tho same force has also boon crippled by tho count 81 am Oct JAS ANDREW fcCfTT time most healthful constituents of is all evolved in grippe at least two mon being laid baking powdors It WANTED to soil gas by tho heat of tho ovon and up with it at a time As soon as two Whites Lilly leaves no traco of itsolf in the food would bo ablo to work two raoro and it is this that gives it its great have taken it o tho V alloy Tho head center is valuo as a leavening agent in the Tho crreatesfc discovery of opinions of the physicians New still on dook howovor but has only tho Century for Beautifying the York Journal kept going by liboial doses of quinine Complexion and imparting a Satin vanaHutlno and like Toxturo and Bloom of Health Raised tlie Rate Write for Tonus to Agents en Â¬ DR ACKERS ENGLISH close 2 cent stamp for reply Tho Court of Claims whioh was in PILLS Agents make from 84 to 0 per day session on Tuesday increased tho pure For siok head county levy from forty to sixty conts Aro aotivo and stomaoh loss of ap WHITES TOILET CO ache disordered and reduced tho Kontuoky Midland potlto bad complexion and bilHous 411 to 413 W Jefferson St Railway tax from twonty ono toBlx noss thoy have novor boon equaled SOUTH BEND IND and twa thirdoontsboinganet either in America or abroad toon 0 J W Gayle Druggist Dec ISth lm increase of county taxes of fifteen and Both the members of the firm of Holmes Halloran druggists were laid up lor several days the first of the week with grip and Col AVick liffe Chapman of tho firm of Chap Williams volunteered his man services and took charge of the es- Â¬ tablishment for them Â¬ Heavy Business partment of the Post force out through the skin the microbes or germs which produce In this matter Swifts disease Specific has been about sixty years in advance of medical science as it has for that length of time been curing blood and skin diseases by eliminat- Â¬ ing the germs and poison the pores of the skin S S S does this effect- Â¬ ually safely and quickly It is en- Â¬ tirely a vegetable compound and harmless to the most delicate child Mr W C Curtis editor of the Mecklemburg News at Boydton Va says that he has been entirely re- Â¬ lieved from an abcess which formed in his throat and caused intense pain He could not almost choking him swallow solid lood and was in a most painful condition Ho says that he took only three bottles and that it effected a comple cure Treatise on blood and Skin Diseases mailed free Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga OUT Sci us now the best and safest way to euro diseases oi the blood and skin is to them entiststell Â¬ Berkshire Boar Farm for Sale overstocked and not bound to have money but deter mined 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 Bo iks Stationery Knives and Christmas Goods No use quot ing prices you know wrat yuo have paid before come and see what you can buy for now A great many goods we will gladly sell cost at less than Some at one half price All goods exchanged and money re funded if goods do not suit Â¬ Wer e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Series j Stock Â¬ For Sale Rent Three Houses and Lots A G CHRISTMAS GOODS AND COMPLETE LARGE STOCK OF BOOKS ALBUMS POEMS BOOKLETS AND GEMS SUITABLE FOR USEFUL PRESENTS Â¬ itativ mm Â¬ R K McClure St Clair St v 919SeedinMMPumpkin Chas Stephems Nov 2 guessed 920 Miss Nattalie McDaniel Nov 11 guessed 919 Olyde Williamson Nov 11 guessed 919 J S Darnell Nov 28 guessed 917 Prizes awarded to MISS McDANIEL and CLYDE WILLIAMSON Meagher Religious We would fc Marshall 306 Main Street CHRISTMAS KILLING be grently obliged to the ministers and officers ol churchesin the city if they would furnish us with any announcements which they may wish madel Mr Darsio preaches at Graofen burg to morrow afternoon at 3 oclock 930 in the chapel Public worship at 11 and 730 conducted by Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor Baptist Church Sunday school at l Rev W G Neville will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 oclock a m ter Resolved That the City Marshal be and 7 oclock p m required to furnish his report of taxes collected and pay the amount due First Presbyterian Church The the city on or before January 1st usual services to morrow at 11 a 1892 t m and 730 p m conducted by The saloon license granted James Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the Daley at a former meeting was re- Â¬ voked pastor The license committee reported in favor of granting James Woolfok Episcopal Church Rev E A colored and Mrs Ellen Brown occupy white beer and liquor license Penlck the rector will A salary ordinance was presented Ihis pulpit at Ascension Church by Councilman Mastin and action morning at 11 oclock and at was postponed until the first meeting 730 p m in January The license committee reported in Catholic Church The usual favor of license remaining at the services at the Church of the Good same figures as at present Adopted Mayor Richard Tobin presented Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ his certificate of election and it was ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey ordered filed The reports of the city officers were the pastor First mass at 8 a m second mass received and filed The council then adjourned until at 1030 a m Vespers at 3 p m December 29 Methodist Church Rev W H The Garfield Club Anderson D D of Carlisle Ken Â¬ to morrow morn tucky will preach The Garfield Club will hold their regular serai monthly meeting at ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school convenes at 930am headquarters in the Sower building The Epworth League will meet in this evening at 730 Come one and the class room at 645 oclock p m all There will be business to attend to and it is hoped every member will Christian Church Rev George bo present By order of 0 A Nelson Chairman Darsie will AH his pulpit at the W H Van Winkle Secretary Christian Church to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual How to jjec Tliin Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold theirweekly pray loliable treat Tho only safe er meeting in the Lecture room at ment for obesity and suporfious fat is the Loverette Obesity Pills which 7p m gradually reduced the weight and Rev George Darsie who has been measurement No injury or incon- Â¬ preaching the flist and third Sunday venienceLeaves no wrinklesacts by absoiption afternoon in each month at Bridge This cure is founded upon tho most poit and the second and fourth at scientific principles and has been Graofenburg preaches his last ser Â¬ used by one of tho most eminent Europe in his private mon at Graefenburg to morrow Physicians of years with tho most practice for five afternoon and has given up the giatifying results Mr Henry Perkins 29 Union Park charge of both churches as tin eo seruse of the mons on Sunday is too much of Boston writes From the my weight Loveretto Obesity Pills strain upon his health has been reproduced ton pounds in my general health eo Liver tinveryweeks and Miles Nerve and is much improved The princi- Â¬ Pills ples of your treatment are fully in- Â¬ In dorsed by any family physician Aot on a now principle -- regulating proof of my gratitude I herewith tho liver stomach and bowels though give you permission to use my name Dr if you desire to do so the nerves A new discovery Prico 200 por package or throo Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- packages for 500 by registered mail tion Splendid for men women and All orders supplied direct from our ohildron Smallest mildest surest office Samples free at Tho Leverette Specific Co 339 50 doses for 25 cents J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 15 ly Washington street Boston Mass 10 lm m Buorcries oarriaeos and harness re by the Kentucky and Harness Darbys Prophylactic paired 15 tf Company Use itin every sick room Will keep the atmosphere pure and Council Proceedings wholesome removing all bad odors Tuesday Deo 22 1891 from anv source All prosont except Chairman Sta Will destroy all Disease Germs ten Tho following petitions wore pro infection from all Fevers and all aentod contagious diseases Petition of John Klobor asking a The eminent physician J Mari- Â¬ 30 to reduction of his license from I on Sims of New Yoik says 25 Refused Petition of Gobor and Lutkomoior am convinced that Prof Darbys asking for bar room lioenso Referred Prophylactic Fluid is a most valu to noxt meeting 21 Petition of Anderson Morris ool- - able disinfectant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church ored asking license to sell cloths and cassimeres at his home on Clinton street Referred to Finance Com- Â¬ mittee Petition of R R Ohoate to build a dwelling house on West Broadway Granted Petition of Mr Williams asking remission of fine imposed by police court Laid on the table Co Petition of Mack Salyers asking the transfer of their butcher license to A G Jeffers Granted A communication was received from Marshal Williams stating his readiness to make a settlement with the city when furnished with the statement of his account by the City Clerk The following resolution was adopted in relation to the above mat Â¬ Â¬ Job n Luukin Sboots Nathan Powell Through the Heart Â¬ The prico for all of tho best grades of coal Pittsburg Campbells Crook and Plymouth Raymond -- reduced to 12 cents Call on Frankfort Elevator 12 tf Coal Company g Uft Ky til now sffl Late of LoulsWIle located In m Some colored people gave a dance at a house on North Wilkinson street Thursday night and John Lunkin better known asDoughbelly a lame young negro who has heretofore been in all sorts of trouble went to the house armed with an old fashioned navy pistol and with murder in his heart He waited upon the outside until Nathan Powell who has been driving a lumber wagon for Messrs Congleton Bros came out when he stepped up to him with the remark Ive had it in for you for some time raised his pistol and fired the ball passed entering Powells back through the heart and came out of Powell sprang several his breast feet in the air and fell dead Lunkin was arrested a few minutes after the shooting by Chief of Police Jeffers and lodged in jail Ofllco and rooms at Kenyon Hotel Oct 31 am EoVt B Franklin n iy Frankfort Ky Nurseries FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL BLUEGRASS TREES Tho roomfl In disorder Tho cats on the table Thoflower Btand upset and thomlachiof to pay And Johnny ia screaming As loud as nos able For nothing goes right when mammas away OF ALL KINDS Small Fruits Asparagus Grape Vines and everything usually found in such an establishment A full stock Prices Low Wo pay no agents Descriptive catalogues on application The Boys God Bless Them Remembered the old man yesterday with a handsome Christmas present Just before breakfast the head of the Roundabout household led us into the parlor and showed us one of the handsomest and most comfortable arm chairs in which we have over been seated It bore a card with the following inscription To Mr Geo A Lewis Compliments of Your Employes The Evening Jour- Â¬ nal The Sunday Call The Bindery Christmas 1891 It had been sent over the evening before and hidden away to be sprung on us at tho proper time It is just too nice and when we loll in it in the years to come and puff a fragrant too fer we shall see the faces of tho good fellows who sont it in tho smoke we puff and remember tho kindly feeling it represents to our dying day breaking down from a combination of domestic caics and female disorders make it your first business to restore her health Dr Pieices Favorite Pie Ecription is without a peer as a remedy for feeble and debilitated women and is the only medicine for tho class or mala- Â¬ dies known as female diseases which is sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in every case or It Is a the money will be refunded positive cure for the most complicated cases Its an invigorating restorative tonic and a poothing and strengthening norvino imparting tone and vigor to tho whole system Its a legitimate medi Â¬ cine too carefully compounded by on exnerif nced physician and ndapted to womans delicate organisation What a scene of discomfort and con- Â¬ fusion home would be if mamma did not return If your wife is slowly H F HILUENMEYER LEXINGTON KY Oct 10 3m Who has a Nationtl Reputation for the Treatment of Chronic and Nervous Diseases Treated o er Ten T hous- and Patients in the State of Indiana Last Year i j If KENDALLS Y Christmas at the F M I We had tho pleasure of witnessing tho Christmas exeroises at the Feeble Mindod Institute which took place on Thuisday evening and wo enjoyed them very much Each one of tho children received a present of somo kind and a largo bag of candy and Tho recitations and songs nuts were rondorod in a manner that agreeably surprised us Thoro was quite a largo crowd present but Dr Stewart entertained them handsome Â¬ ly Tho HIoHt Successful Remedy everdUcor cred as It is certain In Its ctlccta and docs not blister Read proof below s L P Walter M D Kendalls Spavin Cure Dr n J Kendall Co flouts It Is with tho greatest satisfaction that I Inform you that I havo cured tho followlngdUcasos- Hhouldor Joint JtiineucHHBtlllu JjumcneHU In olut JiUiiieiieMH amHhoo Jloll on working ore Foot Hln Jolnt J jtuuencHHund Iwill euro that all with KeuUallai Spavin Cure It Is the best Liniment for manor beast I have evor used I recommend It to all horso owners Horses tlmtlhavoworkulon uro valuable but without your Llnlmout would be worthless I havo friends who used It for HpruliiM and JlrulMCN and cured them They say It Is tlio host Yours truly IS U b WELLS they evor used Little Rock Ark Aug 20 9a Tho Celebrated Specialist und President of tho bouthern 1 red leu und burglcul Institute Louisville Ky who nas created such a sensation lnimd around Louisville by curing diseases thut bullied tho medical fruternlt of thut city by special request of many patrons lu und uround our town will visit It rankfort at tho Capital Hotel January 2 1892 Smashed a Glass A crowd of diunkon mon stand Â¬ ing in front of Councilman Geo 0 Shaws flour store on Broadway Thursday night smashed ono of tho largo plate glass of his show window Tho police from pure cuBsodness mado a descent on thoorowd caught ono of tho gang and looked him up Kendalls Spavin Cure Monto Visto Colo Deo 31 1889 Dr D J Kendall Co Kuosburgh Falls Vti Oents In the year 1631 1 treutul with Kendalls Spavin Cure a Jlouo Hpuvlu of suveu years stund lng uearly as lurgo as a hens ogg and completely stopped the lumonoss and removed the enlarge ment Havo worked tlio horso very hard ever since he never has shown any lamuuess uolthcr can I sou any dlffereuco lu tho size of tho hook V U COOLKY Yours truly Until oclock p m One day only Treats all Curable Medical und Surgical Diseases Cross Kjoh straightened with Â¬ out Pain Cancers cured without knife or Costlc Acute and Chronic Catarrh Diseases of the Lyo 1 ar Nose Throat nnd Lungs Dyspepsia Hrlghttt Disease Dlabotls Kidneys Liver Dlttddor Ctiroulo leinulo and bexuul Diseases LPILhPdY OK FITS CURED k IOSITIVL OUAKNTKK Young und nilddlo ugod men sulrerlng from MJf abuse In joutli or excess lu mature years and other cuuscs pioduclug somo of tho following utlects us emissions blotches debility nervous Â¬ ness dizziness confusion of Ideas uvoislou to society defective ineuioiy and sexual exhaustion which unlit tho victim for business or marriage tiro permanently cured In remedies not Injurious 111001 AND BK1N DlfaEASFS tsySyphllls and complications us sore throat fulling of hulr puln lu tlio hones eruptions etc uro pet fectly eradicated without using mercury or Spermatorrhea und Impotency as thu tesult of j per bottle or six bottles for or can yet 8 All drugylHta The miserable weather wo had on for you or it will have it to any adit bo tent Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday dren on receipt of prico by tho propria ruined tho Christmas trado for our tar DR B J KENDALL CO merchants all of whom brought on Eno8burgh Falls Vermont AuffMy largo stocks of Christmas goods Price 1 Poor Business other Injurious drills lonoirhau licet Stricture und nil Urlnaiy und Kidney Troubles are sneodll cured by treatment that bus never fulled He uaderstakes no Incurable eases but cuies thousands given up to die Itomomber the dato und coiuo early us his rooms uro always crowded whoroer ho stops Address TUB BOUTllKUN MKD ft SUItO INST 010 6th St Louisville Ky Oct 17 ly Correspondence CONSULTATION solicited FKKK and confidential It is the Elghosi Art lo Please We dont make pleased countenances with a brush but more effectively by the best of goods promptness the lowcs of prices We do the finest and civility and best tailoring We keep the largest stock of Â¬ d S -- READY MADE OVERCOATS The largest assortment in town Fall and KTinter 00 up to All prices from 2500 Heavy Overcoats suitable for farmers We keep only reliable goods Call and look at them Height of Cruelty Nervous women seldom receive th sympathy they deserve While often the pictures of health they are con stantly ailing To withhold sympa thy from these unfortunates is tht heigtht of cruelty They havo a weak heart causing shortness of breath fluttering pain in side weak and hungry spells and Anally swelling of ankles oppression choking smother ing and dropsy Dr Miles New Heart Cure is just the thing for thorn For thuir nervousness headache weakness otc his Restorative Ner Â¬ vine is uneqmiled Fine treatise on Heart and Nervous Diseases and marvelous testimonials free Sold and guaranteed by J W Gayle Â¬ Â¬ 0 Peaks Mill Awfully muddy The grip has us in his grip Many more of our citizens are added to the sick list Born A Christmas tree will be given to the members of the Sunday school ODONNELL In this cltv on Monday Thursday evening next December 21 1891 to Mr Hurry B ODonnell and Santa Olaus succeeded despite the wife twins n son and daughter mud in reaching our town with a EMMET In this city on 1 uesday December very nice lot of presents 22 18il to Mr buy N Emmet and wife a son Miss Lizzie Poindexter has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Switzer Mr David Spencer of Bath coun- Â¬ ty has taken possession of the farm lately bought of J P Williruas Mrs Lou Pierce is visiting her daughter Mrs George Cohorn of Switzer Mr Harry Sullivan is still confined to his home with a severely sprained ankle hurt some time since Shortest and quickest between Mr Will Hookensmith of Louis- Â¬ ville is spending the holidays with CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT his parents Mr A W Leitch of Frankfort is lull i m in leivmi Bmall crops of tobacco buying the in this neighborhood and 1b prizing Frankfort and Paris Car Georgetown it near Pinnacle Point Miss Mollie ONan of Polsgrove lisle Haysville Cynthiana Fal is visiting Miss Lucy Bacon Mr and Mrs William Glanton of mouth and Comgton Frankfort spent last Saturday andÂ¬ Now Try 1lils Sunday visiting Mrs Glantons paMr and Mrs T N Sullivan rents will cost you nothing and will sure ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Mr Harry Jackson of Louisville lyIt you good if you have a Cough do is spending the holidays with his Cold or any trouble with Throat TRAINS RUN BY CEHTBAL STAIiDABD TIME grandparents in this vicinity Ohost or Lungs Dr Kings New DisEM Eye covery for Consumption Coughs and THIS TABHE MAY 17 185X1 m or guaranteed to give Too Careless Wltli tUe Colds iswill be paid baok relief Sufferers money p m m i English Language from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use had a speedy Mixeu rasa A clothing dealer in Boston ad- Â¬ and perfect recovery Try a sample isTiT ITS vertised all wool pantaloons for 2 bottle at our expense and Jearn for Lv Frankfort 4 00 645 12 25 4 12 6 41 5 68 Klktiorn adviBingthe public to make haste yourself just how good a thing it is 12 43 4 4 bwltzer 619 606 and secure the great bargain saying Trial bottlesfree at Phil Carpenters 1 07 7 0b 4 6 faUimp Grod 6 21 Probably Drug Store Largo size 50c 100 1 47 They will not last long 7 24i b 45 5 00 Ar Georgetown 3 they would not Neither will your via Lv Ueoigtn 24 you dont take 7 25 7 25 3 06 5 Q 0 health last long if Unclnnatl 16 care of it Keep Dr Pierces Pleas Â¬ Their Christmas Gifts Ar Georgetown 10 25 100 15 5 32 b2 00 7 Lv 05 60 05 Pellets in your house They are ant 7 40 7 05 5 19 2 25 Newtown indispensable to every family as they 7 15 7 50 4 30 2 45 Ceutrcvllle Mr Moses OConnor editor of the positively cure biliousness with its Evening Journal was taken ill Wed Â¬ Ar furls 3 15 b 10 7 35 5 48 endless train of distressing ailments 425 763 Paris via the grippe and is Lv Covington KO 10 44 637 sick headaohe irritability constipa- nesday night with 10 61 Ar Cincinnati 645 indigestion a still confined to the house tion dizziness and 5 48 7 56 Lv Paris via K C for liver and kid Â¬ marvelous specific Messrs B Todd Orutcher and Will 0 25 8 43 Carlisle ney troubles and a pure vegetable 7 55 10 10 Ar Maysvllle compound They are sugar coated Reed of the Roundabout force have Lv ParlsvlaKC 11 27 148 the smallest pills made and the best also been laid up for several days 10 6 16 12 Winchester p m because they do all they promise with the same complaint 35 7 20 Ar Richmond All druggists sell them and the pro- Â¬ AM A Mll MA Mr M prietors guarantee them and refund WE CAN AND DO No 8 No 12 Nob No 2 No the price if they fail Pass Pass Mix Mix Guarantee Dr Ackers Blood Elixir TRAINS WEST Sun train train train train Only Dticlcers for It has boon fully demonstrated to v Richmond via the people of this country that it Is 6 10 1 05 K 0 7 15 1 5H superior to all other preparations for Winchester Weather quite changeable 7 48 2 33 The little folks are jubilant over olood diseases It is a positive ouro for Pnrls of Santa svphilitio poisoning Ulcers Erup Lv Maflvllle vial tho approaching advent 5 20 150 K 0 tion a and Pimples It purifies the Olaus 6 50 3 20 Carlisle Ool G W Itobb is very ill of la svholo system and thoroughly builds Ar Paris 7 40 4 10 Mis Virginia Thompson ip the constitution grippe Lv Cincinnati vial 2 20 0 K C and two children Mr John R Mor Â¬ J W Gayle Druggist 2 26 CovliiKton ris and four or five ohildron are all 6 37 Ar Paris sick with la grippe Indeed tho dis Â¬ 4 80 9 01 8 30 0 20 Buckleua Arnica Salve Lv Parm ease seems to bo prevalent through 5 00 9 20 8 50 6 39 Centrevllle 9 519 out this section Nmvtnwn best salve in the world foi ArQeorKetown 9 80 10 02 0 49 The 6 40 7 04 02 9 45 Mr George Taylor who is very low an attack of pneumonia lost a Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Lv7dinclMimtl vlnl with i wi 7 00 4 00 u u Tetter Ar Georgetown 1002 1002 7 04 Fever Sores ohild a fow days ago with congestion Rheum of the brain Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns Lv Georgetown 10 02 110 02 7 06 6 45 A short time since a gentleman Stamp Grod 10 21 10 21 7 31 7 21 7 50 10 38 110 38 7 47 8wlt7or from on the Hudson carried away and all Skin Eruptions and posi7 55 10 10 46 Il0 4 fasci Â¬ tively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ Vtkhorn one of our most beautiful and ft 10 P 10 11 01 11 00 Ar Frankfort Immediately quired nating young ladles It is guaranteed to give Nom i a 7 H and 12 liillr except Sunday Nos uftorwards another was oapturod illy Nos ft and 6 Hunmivs only by a gentleman from Atlanta and perfect satisfaction or money re au d HOW MM OR HON Auent Price 25 cents per box GEO 1 IUUPKR Gsn fliiiHrlnteudent Is now it is publicly announced that funded early In January two others will bo For sale by South Side drug store VERNON CLARK General laa enier Agent CLAUDE BOWLS City Ticket Agent olalmed by Louisville and Lexing Â¬ P H Carpenter KRANKKORT KY 5 iy GENERAL OFFICES ton respectively Oomo boys brush Â¬ stir your stumps or they may all escape The Jett Quill Driver wisely an- Â¬ nounces his section for the candi- Â¬ date for sheriff who will give them a deputy Ducker has felt the an- Â¬ noyance of the drunken blasphemers who make Saturday night hide- Â¬ ous with their yells We got a spe- Â¬ cial deputy arrested some of them and administered wholesome fines since which time we have not been troubled They now stop at Jett Give them a taste of law Uriah and they will cease to trouble you The many friends of Miss Virginia Fogg now at school in Florida will be gratified to learn that at her first examination she received a high mark of distinction throughout and in several studies the highest We are all proud of your success We have a new Constitution We will soon have a new Legislature and it is to be hoped the new Ligis lature will be composed of some- Â¬ thing other than old fogies Will they give us a House of Refuge for youthful criminals Will they in- Â¬ crease the number of capital offences Will they adopt the whip- Â¬ pingpost law Will they take away all discretionary powers from juries If not if they intend to continue in the old ruts imprisoning children filling the penitentiaries with men who ought to be hung and others who ought to be soundly thrashed then it had been better for Kentucky and her people if they the Legisla ture had never been born or at least had never been elected There Beems to be quite a scram- Â¬ ble for the 14003 offered by tie Of course every Courier Journal one expects to guess the exact vote for President The vote will doubtless be above 12000 000 and there are two or three chances to guess wrong However any good weekly newspa- Â¬ per is worth a dollar a year what- Â¬ ever its religion or its politics so we are going to guess even though we should be so unfortunate as to strike one of the very few chances to guess wrong Bulldofus off your flies and Â¬ Special Announcement Wo have made arrangements with 13 J Kendall Co publishers of A Treatise on the Horse and his Diseases which will enable all our Dr 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 bpfore reached by any publica- Â¬ tion in the same period of time We feel confident that our patrons will appreciate the work and be glad to avil themselves of this opportunity of obtaining a valuable book It is necessary that you mention this paper in sending for the Treat- Â¬ ise This offer will remain open for only a short time 4 tfP flVV c A SURE AND To 1 iS M I I mUl mm KNOWN FOR 15 YEARS AS THE BEST REMEDY FOR PILtS PREPARED BY RICH ARD50N TAY10R MED CO ST LOUIS M0 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES CERTAIN CURE Plants Bulbs Seeds Metal Designs 1J NO THOMPSON 261 WEST JEFFERSON STREET TELEGRAPH ORDERS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT TELEPHONE 1050 RING 2 eSukt Rose Buds a Specialty floral Designs Â¬ TIL 2BestZDax3sOalIccs Grood LOWER -- Â¬ Best XindLigro Bl ae Oalico -- I I Apion 3 iaagrlxams Oolored i G ood ZFladd Ootton 5c Oanton IFlemnel 5c 7ide S uitingr r7c were 3c Kc c 2c CByZzt Â¬ was lOc I Poplin for Comtort J L RODMAN DR W KELLEY 0 w 1 OF CINCINNATI ill be at the KY SON gMIIIII r ru jou writtia If you litn t nlidom tnd Inttlllftnt yl mblllon vtiiii io air iromin you my iuffit i IN LEXINGTON Â¬ Saturday January 2 1892 Saturday January 23 1892 Saturday February 13 1892 HbMORRHOIDS Piles cured without aunleul operation and with little or no nuln REEERENCES Dr E M lOber Frankfort Ky T Staten Frankfort Ky J V Ilorberlcli Frankfort hy Rev L P Hulett Ueiitton Ky A II MtClure VranKfort K V J Hiulies Frankfort Ky David Mooro Ilonson Ky K 1a 51 WltlirowFnmkfoit DR KELLEYS ofllceand residence Is at 26J West EIkIUU ntriMit Cincinnati and where ho may hjmb jmmmmmL Â¬ ht - r Mr jitiioa 9i aimir mx wno can ana wrllt and vrho fitr Instruction will work Indm triouilr how to irnlhrM Thou land Dollari a rear In tnilr own tch any nlillltnl I un- Illation ItrUk to brifly faltljr pelil ptrionl ma I vthir- ocalllln Tir thy lira I will alia furnlih tht tltuallon or niplojminl at which you can I i Â¬ H 1 1 he found but day of each wwk except SATUR DAYSi Inini Iilota describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to an one by addressing W 1 KELLEY M 1 lSIghtSt 2rmv CONSULTATIONCincinnati O FREE difficult or that much uro i piiira out ont pirion from aon amnci or al Â¬ county I ready taught and1 proWJidwltbim ployuitnl a larg nuiubir who ar making orer 1 tires 1 houiaud Dollars a Yar each All li mw aolldiurt Full partlculari fi e Altar you know all If you fSpclnds to go no fuithr why no harm li dona Addn u WmmW W7 YStmL Bb O JLtVKJi am that amount I charfa nothing and ricilr noth Â¬ ing u n a I iu- - ciiirui ai Nothing to Mini aDova rqulra hi DeoO ly llux A0 Aimuita Muluc- - No goods sent on approval None charged CASH only buys them Listen to the Music every These prices for day until this stock is sold Bring the CASH CRUTCHER STARKS STOCK AND 75000 SHOES HUTS FURNSHHGS Bu MARCHING ORDERS TO THE TUNE OF Low Prices Startlin Mens and Boys J Mens and Boys We are in tie 7 OVERCOATS These prices will send sorrow to the other small dealers but joy to the fortunate buyers 4 for Mens Warm Overcoats 6 50 sold for 6 and 650 for Mens Medium and Lightweight Overcoats sold for 10 and 12 sold 975 for Mens Overcoats for 1250 and 13 50 200 Boys Short Pant Suits sold c sold for 15 and for 5 6 and 750 cut to 4 of which is we have double the stock we should have and it must and 5 move out This is your time now Kerseys 15 for Finest Meltons We begin to day and slaughter Beavers c sold for 320 and 150 Knee Pants cut to 50c prices Shoes Clothing Hats and 22 Boots 423 Jeans Pants best goods sold Furnishings They all have march Â¬ We have but one oband 175 cut ing orders for 125 18 for Finest Imported Chinchil150 ject in view get the CASH for That sold for 1 50 2 3 3 50 to 1 and 125 sold for las and Fur Beavers these goods and CASH is the 1 2 25 and cut to 1 25 50 25 only thing that will get them Only Cash Gets Them 275- 750 for Mens Ulsters that sold for 10 and 1250 Call for the suits from last season Carriage and Buggy Rugs Arctic Overshoes sold for 1850 cut to 10 22 Fine Chinchilla Ulsters were Fancy Plaids best values you ever 12 Japanese Goat Rugs felt sold for 18 and 25 cut to 10 1000 pairs cut to 75c saw about 125 of them left lined were 4 5 and 6 cut and 15 CASHONLY 2000 pairs Ladies Rubbers that to 3 350 and 450 Great sell everywhere for 30c bargains CASH ONLY 75 Black Cheviot Suits were 10 cut to 19c 6 fine bear Skin Overcoats were Our prices will convince you 1250 18 and 20 cut to 8 10 and 15 that we must have the cash Must have the CASH 30 cut to 1850 12 for Mens Kerseys Meltons 1650 We were tempted early in the season by reason of the splendid crop prospects to place large or- Â¬ ders with the manufacturers in the East for Shoes Our Clothing buyer made his second trip to New York to attend the great 375 Mens Suits former prices 8 Auction Sale of Fechheimer Good 9 and 10 cut to 5 6 and 7 kind Cos stock of the finest 680 Mens Fine Suits sold at 12 Clothing ever sold in America hammer and was 18 20 and 25 cut to under the 15 tempted by the very LOW 18 8 12 15 and io PRICES and in plain English Mr Eu- overbought himself Cash Only Gets Them banks our shoe buyer did the same thing STJLits The late season close money market and dull times have helped 175 Boys Short Pant Suits 4 to matters none 3 14 years sold for 250 to all go at 175 and 2 SHOES HATS 3 1 SUITS Boys 250 Mens and Boys Caps that 425 for all of our Ladies Fine sold for 40c 50c and 75 c cut Shoes sold for 5 and 6 to 25c for Ladies Fine Kid Shoes 160 Mens Wool Hats sold for that sold for 350 and 4 50c 60c and 75c cut to 35c 225 for Ladies Kid Shoes that and 50c sold for 275 1000 Nobby Stiff Hats sold for 165 for Ladies Kid and Goat 1 50 2 2 50 3 and 3 50 Shoes that sold for 2 and 225 cut to 99c 1 50 1 75 2 and for Ladies Kid and Grain 2 50 Shoes that sold for 125 and 750 Crush Hats all go at 40c to 3135- 1 50 Mens Fine Shoes 550 for 400 pairs Mens Fine Mens Furnishings- - The Plain English 20c for Mens Fine Scarfs Tecks Puffs and 4 in hands greatest Hand Sewed bhoes that sold for bargains vou ever saw wnrMi 650 and 7 double 4 for Mens Fine Calf Shoes that 45c for Tecks Puffs and sold for 5 you pay 75c for else Â¬ 2 for 300 pairs Mens Calf Shoes where that sold for 250 and 275 75c buys Fine Scarfs worth 1 1 for 500 pairs Mens Shoes that and Si 25 sell everywhere for 1 35 i2cfor Mens anywhere Eipp Â¬ Â¬ andc over for so and 60c 40c for Mens Heavy Scotch Gtey Undershirts worth nto 50c for Mens Camels Hair Shirts and Drawers usually pay 1 for them 1 for Mens Fine Natural Grey Fleece lined Shirts and Drawers worth 1 50 25c for Mens Domet Shirts woith 40c 35c for Mens Domet Shirts worth 60c Fine Unlaundered 37c for Mensthe world Shirts sold Mens 8c for sold forBrown Mixed Half Hose 15c 25 c Suspendeis worth Auction prices on I FINE SUITS AND UTCHER Fourth Jefferson LOUISVILLE I STARKS FRANKFORT Main Street Bargains Bargains All over our house 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