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TflTF GEO A RAMFORT A Roundabout TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOOIETYNEWS FRANKFORT KY JANUARY 7 100 In Advance Volume XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power 1893 Number 1ft 41 i Latest U S Govt Report PUGILISTIC PRIEST Rov Rfdfel k- Baking Powder PURE He was also on the school bonds instructed to make a report of the expenses of the work house for the past year and have it published Father Donley Tough on a Train Cools Off a ac- Â¬ Â¬ 3R m-- X J ABSOLUTE Carriers Address You mur tell In clumnlng nml wonderful rhymes Of the grand Improvements of modern times Of the progress made In our world nnd Its ways And all the advances of modem days But I prefer though sluggish and slow The good old times of the Long Ago You may write of our useful nnd new Inventions Of the pride of the people and future Intentions Of mankinds wonderful elevitlon And the prospects bright of the present nation But I fall to discover wherever I go The good old times of the Long Ago I We Strong Witnesses Among the thousands of testimoni- Â¬ als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Cure is that of Nathan Allison a well known citizen of Glen Rock Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in left side shoulders smothering spells etc one bottle of Dr Miles New Heart Cure and one box of Nerve and Liver Peter Jaquet Pills cured him Salem N J is another witness who twenty years suffered with Heart Disease was pronounced incurable by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately after using the New Cure he felt bet- Â¬ ter and could lie down and sleep all night and is now a well man The New Cure is sold also a free book by 2 J W Gayle K r muysend our telegrams over the ocean And raise In a moment a dire commotion Mny fly like a bird oer the continent grand And with steams mighty strength iklm the water nnd land But far moro happy we were I know In the good old times of the Long Ago rv Kfji LiJ m1- - In the good old days of pumpkin pies When people were honest and true and wise When the farmer happy nt set of sun Bested happy his days work done By the hickory fire with Its cheerful glow In the good old times of the Long Ago When the merchant gave bonek and upright measure And regarded his consclo ce far more than his Will Probated The will of Mr Joseph Parrent dated December 4 1892 was admitted to probate Monday The deceased bequeaths to his wife Elizabeth dur Â¬ ing her natural life and in lieu of her dower the farm on which the couple resided on South Benson and all the stock household goods furniture provisions and other personal prop erty which may bo on the premises at the time of the death of the testator Power is granted to the wife to sell as much of the personalty as will be sufficient to pay the just debts of the decedent After the death of his wife the testator directs that the real estate and other property shall be divided equally among His three children Richard and Taylor Parrent and Mary Susan Wheat Richard Parrent is named as executor of the will which bears the attestation of G W Hall G W Chinn and J H Parrent Â¬ Â¬ treasure When a beauty in llnsey and cvillco dressed Was esteemed and considered us good as the best When there were no classes of high and of low In the good old times of the Long Ago When there was no striving for other mens places And eminent lawyers had very few cases And doctors were senrco und their patients were few And each of them had very little to do For the people lived f rug il and careful and slow In the good old times of the Long Ago When there were no selllsh and shrewd politicians All striving and seeking for lofty positions Debasing the people with nil sorts of measures To gratify only their own selfish pteisures And the statesmen were honest as all of us know In the good old times of the Long Ago h Li the glorious Heavenly times When the State got along without trouble or crimes When the old women knitted and made their own clothes And the juien had no big bills nor worries nor Ob for woes Oh bring bock the days to the high nnd the low Of the good old times of the Long Ago THE CITYCOUNClL A Contraet for Bridge Lights and Other Matters Attended to It SIioumw House Be - 3 very r W K i- - y t ti r KSk At the meeting of the city council Tuesday night all the members were present excepting Messrs Collins and Haff Mr John Sinclair was granted a license for a saloon at the old Tobin stand The Board of Health notified the council that they had elected Dr Gporge Ohinn the city physician and fixed his salary at 600 per annum The report which also embraced cerReport of County Clerk tain sanitary recommendations was referred to the new counoil and the As the law requires County Clerk salary fixed by the Board concurred Smith on Monday made his quarterly in report of the collections of the States The gas committee reported that a money to the circuit court and paid contract had been made with the oyer to that court about 160 for jury Gas Company for ten incandescent expenses and the balance to the lights for the St Clair street bridge State Treasurer- - The report em- Â¬ at sixty five cents each per month braced the period from October 17 The contract was unanimously con 1802 to January 2 1803 and contained firmed the following items viz Mr Darnell made a minority report 88 Deeds 49 00 31 50 to allow J B Kircley 100 additional 63 Mortgages 26 00 salary as assessor the veto of the 50 Marriage licenses 4 50 9 Seals Mayor to the contrary notwithstand3 Licenses to sell spirituous and vinous ing and the vote resulted yeas 5 30000 liquors nays 2 which for want of the re 7 Licensed to sell spirituous vinous nnd 1050 00 malt liquors quired number to pass it oyer the 300 00 Druggists licenses Mayors veto was lost 2 Licenses to sell pistols nnd bowle An appropriation of 80 for Joe 100 00 knives 30 00 Burkhardtfor four months rent of 2 Stud licenses 2 00 2 Bull licenses West End Sohool house was made A license for a dry goods store in 1K2 00 Total was granted to Ed Harris stand Â¬ Â¬ J B Wilson 371 Clay St Sharps Ituig Pa says he will not be without Dr Kings New Discovery for Con- Â¬ sumption Coughs and Golds that it cured his wife who was threatened with Pneumonia after an attack of LaGrippe when various other remedies and several physicians had done her no good Robert Barber of Cooksport Pa claims Dr Kings New Discovery has done him more good than anything he ever used for Lung Trouble Nothing like it Try it Free Trial Bottles at P H CAnPEHTERB Drug Store Large 5 oottles 50c and 1 00 commodation train ontheQO Rail road left Cincinnati Monday after- Â¬ noon five tough characters got on board and went into the smoking car where Rev Father E T Donley of Nicholasvillo was seated enjoying his cigar Just after the train pulled outof the city the toughs began fir- Â¬ ing off their pistols in the car and Father Donley arose from his seat and told them it must be stopped They began to abuse him when he walked back in the train hunted up the conductor told him what had happened and requested him to come into the smoker and help make the toughs quit shooting The conduc- Â¬ tor went forward into the car and demanded to know who had fired the pistol but no one said a word when he notified the passengers in the coach that suoh conduct would not be permitted wont out and pro- Â¬ ceeded to take up tickets in the rear coaches Father Donley returned to his seat for the purpose of finishing his cigar but the conductor had hardly gotten out of the door before ono of the toughs began to curse and abuse the priest As quick as a flash the Reverend Father struck the fellow blow in the eye a stunning with his fist raised a window collared him and threw him out After waiting for a few minutes to see if any of the fellows companions wished to tackle him Father Donley quietly walked back into another coach took a seat with several gen- Â¬ tlemen and was carelessly relating what had occurred as if it was a mat- Â¬ ter of no consequence when a rough looking character with a very black eye and a gash cut in his head and apparently large enough and stout enough to tie the reverend gentle man in a bow knot came in at the rear door and walked slowly through the car Father Donley caught sight of him in an instant and remarked That is the duck now and hes look- Â¬ The follow came up the ing for me seeing the Rev Father aisle and with one hand grasping the arm of his seat and in a position to spring upon him if he made a single hostile demonstration only glared at the priest and passed on When he bad gone Father Donley remarked The lad thinks he can lick me but he had beBt not try it I know the whole lot of them they get off at my station and may attack me there but I am loaded for them significantly tapping his hip pocket Fortunate for the fellow who made Â¬ Just before the Junction City k3 jvvxYrfMiYrT Friends Patrons and Citizens thank you for your liberal patronage during the old ear and wish you all a happy happy and pros- perous new year and promise that faithful service to the public which has been so chaiac eristic and secured your favor Respectfully I desire to M P GRAY Hardware Merchant wrTWwrnTf Wan MEM 0 P K DAVIDYAN Of Constantinople will I open a display of 800 OBIEDTBL From Turkey India PK Bofcara AMD 6BBPETS Â¬ Persia Teheran and other Eas at tern Kug Markets Brower Seott ON Frazees the unwilling trip through the win- Â¬ dow the train was slowing up at the time and not being seriously injured by his fall he was able to scramble up and catch the back platform of the rear coaoh as the train went by him The Reverend Father is not very tall but compactly built and very athletic and the tough customer evidently thought he had struck a cyolone when he had time to Bit down and pull himself together Our informant left the train at Lexington and was unable to learn whether there was further trouble but he firmly believes that Father Donley is a member of the Church Triumphant as well as the Church WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 est JMJtMliTflM 1 MNA9fffinH9i in Mutant Do You Know That a large percentage of deaths in this country are caused by consump tion and lung trouble A little cold negleoted in the beginning often terin consumption Every minates time you cough you increase the trouble and an inflammation is soon started which is difficult to There is one remedy that control uros quickly every kind of cough That is Dr Hales Household Cough Ouro It is the best Are you not For sale at 25 entitled to the best and 50o a bottle at Carpenters drug 2 store Â¬ im in 1 w 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HHhASEkTbTvIHHHH 1 placed at 30 The clerk was directed to pay over all money in his hands due the Sink ing Fund Commissioners and with the chairman of sohool board to col lect the interest due the sohool fund Co Hechb BroB W McKee Hardies licenso was DYSPEPSIA Indlgcstiou and Stomach disorders tako itKOWNB HION IHTTFHS AH dealers keep It 81 per bottle Genuine has trade marfc ana croBsed red lines on wrapper ron Â¬ Â¬ An open front coal Frankfort at Coppersmiths 15 tf stove tile lined and good as new is Also a offered for sale at a bargain a New Process gasoline stove only used one season Apply at this office Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria The largest oolleotion of Sou- Â¬ venir Spoons ever brought to T5w For Sale July 80 lf ipppllp11 11 jmiwwib j fw rTTTi C1 t 3 Hi We invite our friends and the public to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line Wall Paper 3 cents and upward Large Sissal Rope 3 cents per pound H rse Shoes 8o per keg Shot 6l cents per pound Steel Nails per keg 190 base Trace Chain- - per pair 35 cents Oils ttest Firmer Chisels 5 cents up Wire Nails per keg 195 base s Axes 60 cents Hunt Carriage Bolts per package 70 per cent off Window Glass 80 per cent off list Hatchets 45 Chains Hunts N Hand Saws 110cents Rock Salt 60 cmtstper 100 pound Door Locks complete 20 cents Disstons Diamond Dye 5 cents per package Pad Locks io cents Alabastine 25 cents per package Williams Mixed Paints S145 per gallon Sherwin Guns Patent and Plain Grate Baskets 4 and 4l2 cents Boys baddies 235 per pound Germania Mixed Paint 110 per gallon Bridle Bits 15 cents W Family Paints 15 cents S Sewer Pipe 70 per cent off Buggy Harness 650 Collars lOutside Blinds 50 and 5 off Buggy Whips 10 cents and upward Ridirg Bridles 65 cents IRON 1j X LSI Vjt Ji MILBURN WAGONS ROOFING 4 -- T OT WIRE Cutlery 1 Varnish Harness Brushes Troy- Blacksmiths and Wagon Materials Belting Slurries wortli i7B B Sash and Doors Paper Shades Crockery Iron Shot Shells Cartridges etc charged at regular price fr 145- All goods sod on time at the reduced prices Cor Main and Lewis Streets Personals ern half of B OOLLIN3 L ESRO Opposite the Farmers Bank at 7 Social Events J G McLeans residence corner Third and Steele streets Miss Lyne Pepper on Monday Mr and Mrs John R Procter have Mr Mason Barrett has returned to taken rooms at the Capital Hotel Princeton night entertained the Belle Club Mrs M B Tandy and Miss Hallie Mr John H Stuart was in LexingMiss Lulie Suter of Arlington Bailey of Ghent are vibiting friends Heights entertained the Capital City ton Tuesday Mr D W Lind8ey jr has return- here Society Tuesday evening Miss Maud Wilson went to Aber- Â¬ Literary ed to Princeton Mr and Mrs George B Salender deen Ohio Monday to visit her Miss Clara Dudley of Lexington is parents assisted by MissJBeatrice Ready gave visiting relatives here Capt Tom C Jones returned this a reception to their friends on New Capt and Mrs Bart W Jenkins are week from a visit to Hot Springs Years evening visiting in Eminence Arkansas Prof- Wayland Graham entertained Miss Kitten Hoge returned to school Mies Mary Walby of Lexington is his young friends by a dance and reat Cincinnati Wednesday visiting the Misses Hughes on Mur freshments Monday night at his Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles ray street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is with Miss Lena Stone Col M H Orump of Bowling Green was here this week Miss Clara Buckley returned to school at Nazereth Monday Hon Chas J Bronston of Lexington was in the city Monday McDonald visited Miss Jennie friends in Lexington Tuesday Col and Mrs E Polk Johnson have removed to the Capital Hotel Miss Janie Dehoney visited in Georgetown and returned home Tues Â¬ Â¬ day day Mr Attilla Norman was in Chicago last week and returned home Tues- Â¬ day Miss Gracie Suter of Monterey is the guest of Mrs Lena Aubrey south Miss Dessie Wingate of Spring Station visited relatives here Mon- Â¬ side tives Mr Thomas Porter of Covington was hero this week visiting his rela- Â¬ I 11 a Louisville Wednesday Major and Mrs Henry T Stanton have removed from tho Dudley In Â¬ stitute building and taken tho East er and sister Miss Eva Madden of Louisville after a visit to friends here returned home Monday Miss Reynolds of Lexington after a visit to Mrs James A Murray returned home Monday Mr T G Julian and wife after a visit to relatives hero returned to Mt Sterling Tuesday Miss Clara Moxley of Shelbyville attended the German al the Capital Hotel Thursday night Miss Lillie Showalter of Shelby county is the guest of the family of Mr W 13 Showalter soutii side Thomas Rodman and Prank Daly returned to school at Purdue University at Lafayette Ind Tuesday It is gratifying to learn that Mrs Wm McEwan of the South Side who has been quite ill is slowly recovering Miss Emma Hanor of St Louis arrived this week to make her home with the family of Mr B P Firestone Mrs Phillips and Miss Francis of New York City after a visit to Mrs W P Hudson Jr returned home Wednesday Mr J W Graham Superintendent of the Louisville Division of the Ad ams Express Company was here Wednesday Mr Ooburn 0 Kavanaugh of the Little Rock Ark Gazette who has been visiting his motuer nere re turned home Friday Mrs Oantrill of Georgetown was with her husband Judge Jatfies E Oantrill at tho Capital Hotel this week She returned homo Thursday Mrs Wirgman and daughter Miss Mary Ella and son John D Wirgman after a visit to Mrs Wirgmans sister Mrs Sam Smith returned home to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Atwood Martin of Louisville visited Miss Rebecca Averill this week Miss Margaret Mitchell of Louis- Â¬ ville was at the Capital Hotel this week Mr Thomas DeLime of Chicago was here this week visiting his moth- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hall on Madison street Miss Mary Ely gave an entertain- Â¬ Bellepoint ment Saturday in honor of Mrs W Miss Maggie LeCompte of Lexing- Â¬ P Hudson jr and her guests Mrs ton has been visiting friends in this Phillips and Miss Francis city this week Mrs Theodore Wylie and Mrs Sam Miss Lena Coke of Louisville E James entertain the Afternoon visited friends and relatives in this Euchre Club this afternoon at the week city last Miss Dea McOrady after a visit to residence of Mrs Wylie on Shelby relatives here returned1 home to Cir street South Side cleville Ohio Saturday The reception given by Mrs W J Miss Eva Macklin Adelma Orutch Hendrick Thursday evening at her er and Sidney Ayres returned to elegant home in the country school at Shelbyville Tuesday Miss in honor of her guest Miss Julia Hardin of Nicholasville Mathews of Missouri was attend- Â¬ who has been visiting Missi Annie ed by a large number of ladies and Belle Chinn returned home Monday gentlemen from this city Miss Eva Hoge and her jjuests Â¬ The Frankfort German Club of Misses Bennett and Merrian of Denver returned to the College of Music which Mr Sam D Johnson is the at Cincinnati Wednesday president gave their initial dance of Miss Bessie Sandusky of Lexing- Â¬ the season at the Capital Hotel ball ton was in the city the first of the room Thursday night There were a week the guest of Misses Tlllie good many visiting ladies and gentle Branch and Sue Kavanaugh Mr Douglas Sherley of Louisville man present and all in all about thirty came up Wednesday with the Worlds couples led by Mr and Mrs Sam Fair committee to use nls lnliuence D Johnson participated in the pleas- Â¬ with the Legislature towards secur- Â¬ ures of the evening The ball room ing the appropriation was handsomely decorated and the Mr James E Cowan an experi Â¬ ladies wore thoir most elegant and enced newspaper man of Louisville also of Springiield Missouri is in the becoming gowns for the occasion and city as the legislative conespondent never appeared more beautiful or in of the Louisville Commercial and better spirits Wolfs orchestra fur Post nished the music t Mayor Henry S Tylerof Louisville by Miss Chris Â¬ and his wife and many other ladies of The entertainment that city were in attendance at theÂ¬ tine Reynolds at her home at Fleet- Â¬ House Wednesday during tho consid- wood Wednesday night in honor of eration of the Worlds Fair appropri- Â¬ her guests the Misses Westfeldt of ation North Carolina was attended by a The mttny friends of Master Saffell large party of young ladies and gen- Â¬ Phythian will regret to learn that the little fellow is lying dangerously ill tlemen from this city A departureÂ¬ at the home of his mother in Indian Â¬ from the usual euchre and whist en apolis Indiana to which city the tertainment was made by Miss Rey family removed several months ago nolds in the games played during the Rev W H Hampton wife and evening There wore ten tables and child after a visit to friends went to at each a different kind of game was Monday as where Henderson Diocesan Evangelist in the Episcopal in progress the head table being Church My Hampton will reside whist the second rings tho third and engage in the labors of his office casino the fourth old maid the fifth Rt Rev 0 0 Penick with his wife euchre tho sixth tiddlody winks tho and child of Louisville is visiting seventh euchre the eighth angling his brother Rev E A Penick and family on Washington street Mr the ninth hearts and the tenth did Penick who was once a Bishop in the dledy winks Episcopal Church in Africa has for a Mr Will Grayot in a score of eleven number of years past boon tho rector won the first prize and Miss West- Â¬ of St Andrews Episcopal Church feldt the second Besides Miss Rey Â¬ one of the handsomest church edi- Â¬ nolds and the Misses Westfeldt thoso fices in Louisville present wore as follows The Bagdad correspondent of the Misses Sally Holt Todd Saffell Ma Shelby News says Dr Reynolds has his goods all rian Lindsay Laura Pepper Ruth packed up and will move same to Rodman Maria Pepper Kate Green Frankfort whore ho is going to lo- Lizzie Popper Rose Crittenden May cate His many friends here will be PepperMary Mason ScottLouise Pop very sorry to give him up and will per Emma Morris Emily Thomas wish him good luck in his new homo Wo can commend Dr Reynolds to Maggie Brent Birdie Brown Evelyn the people of Frankfort as a man of Brown Fannie Crittenden Messrs good moralB and an honest and up Â¬ W F Grayot Frank Halloran Robt right citizen and a splendid doctor Pepper John Gannon Will Rodman Buoklons Arnica Salvo Frank Cannon Joe Rodman Fayette The best salvo in the world for Hewitt French Hoge Hugh Rodman Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Hord Brown Goorgo Hunt R A Van Rheum Fever SoresTetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Derveer James G Dudley Robert Skin Eruptions and positively cures Burns Wilson Rob Trabue Harry Piles or no pay required It is guar Â¬ Rodman Tilford Olark George Webb anteed to give satisfaction or money Noble Lindsoy refunded Price 26 cents per box Forsale by Phil Carpenter The ladies ot tho Columbian Club 8 ly of this city of whioh Mrs Wm Children Cry for Pitchers Cststonru Lindsay is tho President have ar Miss Alibel Miller of Owensbqro is the gueBt of Miss Lizzie Pence in Â¬ Â¬ ranged for a novel entertainment to aid in raising the required fundB to furnish a Kentucky parlor at the Worlds Fair It is designed to hold a royal reception Tuesday night January 17th at the residence of Judge Lindsay on Wapping street at which a regular Spanish court with Queen Isabella on the throne attended by her ladies in waiting will form a part of the programme The etiquette of a court will be observed the callers after entering waiting to be summoned to the royal presence in the throne room where Her Majesty will graciously discourse on the topics of the day particularly that of tho Worlds Fair which as a part of the great results of her generous equipment of a fleet for Columbus to make his discoveries is a source of much pride and gratification to her The callers will then be conducted to tho supper room where refreshments will be provided for them For this splendid entertainment whtih will bring back the period of Ferdinand and Isabella and pay the fittting tribute to the memory of that Queen who placed her faith and money in the adventure of Columbus a charge of fifty cents will be made towards raising the proposed funds As it is wholly a move ment on the part of the ladies and becanse it was Isabella and not Ferdi nand to whom Columbus was indebt ed for his fleet tho court will be held by Isabella alone in her own Castilian right of sovereignty Who Isabella will be has not yet been learned but it is said that a lady has been selected who will most worthily wear the honors The entertainment although just planned within the last few days has enlisted the interest of all society and promises to be the most brilliant social event of the season Â¬ Â¬ ness His funeral takes place this afternoou and the remains will be in- Â¬ terred with the honors of the United Brothers of Friendship of whioh order ho was a member Wiley Mrs John T Wiley died Wednesday at her home in the coun- Â¬ ty and was buried in the cemetery of oclock after a two weeks ill- Â¬ this city yesterday Stiqers- - Mr S F Stigers of Hat ton died Wednesday night Top Drawer GENERAL Â¬ Convicts Dying Something like an epidemic- has broken out among - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the Arkansas convicts at the Little Rock Penitentiary which it is feared A number have died and is cholera many more are dangerously ill An investigatipn is now being made Lawrencebur- g- Our little neighbor in Anderson county sustained a heavy loss Monday night by the burn- Â¬ ing of fifceen buildings including Co- Â¬ llins hoteland two saloons Itwassup posed to be the work of a prisoner in the city lock up named King who fired his cell and perished in the flames The loss of goods besides the buildings was very heavy Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Â¬ I Â¬ MOST SUCCESSFUL Â¬ HE j m vj And Chronic DIseuse bpeclullst lh tho state Big Excitement in Town Over the remarkable cures by the grandest specific of the age Aunt Fannys Health Restorer which acts as a natural laxative stimulates the digestive organs regulates the liver and kidneys and is natures great healer and health renewer If you have Kidney Liver or Blood Disorder do not delay but call at Williams drug store for a Chapman free trial package Large size 50c 4G Births Saturday to the wife of Mr Bon Utterback a son weight 9 pounds The little fellow came into the world on the last day of the week month and year Tuesday to tho wife of Mr G T Graham of Thorn Hill a daugh DBSTQCKDALE insulting Physician of Southern Med Â¬ ical Institute of Louisville Ky will be at the CAPITAL HOTKL I ranklort City now 1 The celebrate I Specialist formerly of New York Thursday January 19 th Â¬ Â¬ ter Tuesday to the wife of Mr H H Watson a daughter Lottie Smith Deaths Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thomas Mi Ed Thomas died at The de Bloomington Tuesday liis 54th year and came ceased was in to this county about four years ago from Owen county He was a soldier in the Confederate army enlist DISEASES ing in Capt Tom Irelands company BLOOD AND SKIN from Owen county in 1802 and serv As Syphlllls Scrofula Stricture Gleet etc remedies ing until the surrender of the First cured by never falling such us Lucorrhea Painful Disease of Kentucky rogimont at Washington Menstruation Women Displacement of Womb Hearing relieved In short time Georgia His remains were buried Down Pulns in Duck all his portublo Instruments Tho Doctor curries the in tho cemetery of this oity Thurs und comes prepared to examine He mostobscuro undertakes no medical und surgical cases day incurable disease but cures hundreds given ui und conUdentlul to die Booker Spencer Booker a well Address Consultation free known colored man who haB for STQGRDHLE years followed the business of house 1 and oarpeb cleaning died at his homo LOUISVILLE KY on Socond street Thursday evening Â¬ returning every lour weeks DR STOCK PALE has had cars of experience In the largest hos pitals In the country Is a graduate of several of the best colleges and tins for a nunihel of years made a specialty of nil chronic and surgical dis eases Ho troats successfully and does not take the case unless a curd can be guaranteed Acute and Chronic Catarrh Hinging In Ears Deafness Disease of tho Kje Kar Nose Throat Lungs Kidney Urinary und Hludder Troubles UrlghtH Disease Diabetes Dytjpepsm Constipa tion itheuiuutlsin and Puruljsls Kpllopsy or Fits positively cured Young or mldd aged men suffering from Spermatorrhea Impotoncv Eruptions the results of errors or excesses should cal before it is too We guarantee a cute If cuse has not gone lute too far Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ v BJ 1 A TESTIMONIAL To Mr Walter Franklin the Re tiring Cirouit Clerk by tho Â¬ Frankfort Bar I I V V On Tuesday after the adjournment of tho Circuit Court at noon the rhembors of tho bar organized a meeting by making Judge P U Major Chairman and Judge B Q Williams Secretary A committee on resolutions composed of Judge Ira Julian and John W Rodman was then appointed and subsequently reported the following resolutions expressive of the sense of tho local bar oh the retirement of Mr Walter Franklin from the ofllce of Clerk of the Circuit Court a position which as deputy and clerk Mr Franklin has held for the past fifty year3 Since our esteemed personal friend and most excellent public officer Walter Franklin has retired from his duties as Circuit Clerk of this county we the members of the Frank fort bar desire to express our admiration and unbounded commendation of his faithful career as clerk and a high toned honorable citizen None but a remarkably efficient well qualified and popular officer could have served the people so acceptably through a continuous period of fifty years as Mr Franklin has done for this county We know that thi3 bar can never forget our long association with him nor cease to thank him for his laborious methodical and systematic dis charge of his duties us clerk He has always been the real friend of the bar the court and the people by his remarkable knowledge of his duties and his fearless criticism of irregularities in the practice from whatever source they emanate If this bar was asked who is the best Circuit Clerk in the State we would say in one Voice Walter Franklin We cordially endorse the language of our late Circuit Judge Warren Montfort when he said in a recent letter I have had much to do with clerks and courts and I now say Walter Franklin is the best clerk I have ever known We wish our faithful friend and officer to know that he carries with him in retirement our unqualified ap- Â¬ proval of his official service for naif a century our kindest and sincerest good wishes for his prosperity in the future Following tho report of the reso lutions Judge Julian in a speech of some length dwelt feelingly upon the long and faithful service of Mr Franklin and he was followed by Mr Frank Judge Drane and Judge Chinn Major who also bore testimony of Â¬ Â¬ in Shelby county Mr Thomas is a young farmer and stock raiser who is most highly commended by all who know him The bride is tho daught or of tho late Mr Joptha Robinson of this olty and is a young lady of superior personal and mental charms Q L HANNEN P O SOWER G L Oils Paints you want n PLOW tlint will never make you angry nml always keep you Kind that you bought it just come in and get ymi an HANNEN -- CO Sash Doors Glass rsuMLtefbit 3L-y- - DEALERS IN Harness Saddles Representative Geo E Willott of Washington county mar ried Miss Jennie Winsott of the same county and the happy couple came to this city Tuesday and are stopping at Mrs Grays at Lewis and Broadway streets Huguely Gaines - On Tuesday County Clerk Smith issued a marri age license to Mr Jacob Huguely to wed Miss Minerva O Gaines on Monday Â¬ Willett Winsott -- In Louisville Â¬ c 323 jBroad s7a37 WHEN OLIVER CHILLED record of uninterrupted cures for nearly half a century has convinced sensible people that Dr G L HANNEN Bulls Cough Syrup is the best in the market Why try now things when you know that you have what you G0 need It is infallible A Â¬ SOLD BY Â¬ Top Drawer LOCAL Jm7 3in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Collector op Fifth District Mr John B Martin jr of Owenton who was a clerk in the State Audi Â¬ tors office in 1883 is an applicant for Collector of Revenue in the Fifth Is the place to buy Farmers you can buy Mr Martin District in Louisville is a brother-in-laof ex Lieut Gov Bryan and also of Mr Attilla Cox who formerly held the office under President Cleveland and who it is now said will be tendered the posi- Â¬ tion of Commissioner of Internal vi3onijES-AXjS Revenue No one can be better qual- Â¬ ified to fill the office at Louisville than Mr Martin nor can anyone present You can get a vehicle painted or repaired infirst class style You can buy the Oliver Chilled Plow less than ever before stronger claims for the appointment Every thing sold at wholesale prices and a pin may be stuck in thiB now as v a direct pointer that President Cleve- Â¬ land is not likely to look further than SUCCESSORS TO O R CO Mr Martin when the time for the apw Kentucky Buggy and Harness Works HAEUESS AND FAEM IMPLEMENTS BUGGIES t -- prices 150 Â¬ CRUTCHER pointment arrives Good Guessers tfhe large doll that was on display at SowerA Ahlers for some time past was won by Lillie B Park who guessed that 6333 beans were in the jar which on being counted by a committee composed of Messrs Albert Wolfe John Kopp and Peter Sower was found to con tain 6337 beans Mr M J Hall of the Switzer precinct was the lucky guesser of the number of seeds in the gourd at Mr JohnJT Buckleys store which a committee composed of Messrs George A Lewis E J Roberts and J B Dryden found con- Â¬ Salesroom opposite court house Factory South warehouse ZETT IE rCfCTZES BUOG T lEIIbTTIEID March 26 tf Â¬ Â¬ will be sworn into office and settle down to work in earnest by the elec- Â¬ tion of a new fire and police commis- Â¬ sion The council chamber on that night will be crowded with interest Â¬ ed on lookers at the organization and proceedings of the body JACOB SWIGERT Have Removed CO Mr Franklrns faithfulness as a pub lie servant Mr T B Ford the successor of Mr Franklin was chosen to make the speech in presenting Mr Frank Â¬ lin with a very handsome and costly arm chair upholstered in plush Mr Franklin responded briefly hoping he said to continue to merit the respect and good will of the bar and thanking them sincerely for their tain 557 seeds u kindness There were present at the meeting T N Lindsey W H Posey T P Tremere Wm Cromwell Common wealths Attorney Hon John Smith County Attorney L F Johnson Judge G C Drane T L Edelen T B Ford Jeff Lucas Hugh Rodman D W Lindsey B G Williams P U Major J B Lindsey 0 F Exum T G Poore W H Julian James Pols grove R B Franklin Judge Hardin of Harrodsburg Frank Chinn S E Blackburn Judge Ira Julian J W Rodman John L Scott jr H G Rodman R S Dinkle J A Violett and W 0 Herndon Before adjournment Judge Drane moved that the resolutions be spread upon the records of the court and a copy furnished Mr Franklin Iowa desire to inform Â¬ Chamberlain Co Des Moines yet been produced for coughs colds and croup It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than any The article re Â¬ other treatment ferred to is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its merits and one that can always be depended upon It is the only known remedy that will prevent croup It must be tried to be appre Â¬ ciated It is put up in 25 cent 50 cent and 1 bottles For sale by J W Gayle druggist ii l that they are manufacturers of the most successful preparation that has tho public valued at fifty dollars was the prize Â¬ that went to Mr Hall Kentucky Parlor The Colum- Â¬ bian Club of this city with Mrs Wra Lindsay as President met at the parlor of the Capital Hotel Tues- Â¬ day and arranged for committees to raise Frankforts pro rata sum re- Â¬ quired for furnishing a Kentucky parlor at the Worlds Fair Miss Ida Symmes of Louisville Mrs Susan Brown of Owensboro and Miss Lucy Hill of Lexington were present at the meeting and displayed much interest in the plans of the club Frankfort at Chicago Messrs Walter Franklin John Grant and Â¬ Ferd Van Derveer of this city have all secured employment at Chicago tho two former at the Worlds Fair and the latter as an operator at the Postal Telegraph Company They Belmont Mare Killed Mrs W live together at the home of the fath Â¬ L Collins had a fine brood mare by IE B GS TTIOOSr IFriaaelpal er of Merrill Buckner who was for- Â¬ Belmont for which she had refused O-- X5 JrJbJST Secretary merly of Paducah and a student at 800 killed Wednesday night by tho the Kentucky Military Institute Shorthand Business Correspondence Louisville Nashville railroad train Business writing The Coldest Night Thursday Commercial Law Book keeping Typewriting Business Transfers Mr Anthony night the thermometer struck bottom Leitcn has bought out Mr Taylor Arithmetic Grammar Spelling etc at 2 below zero which it is said was Daileys White Crook saloon on The advanced student Night school from September to June The backward pupils encouraged the coldest weather experienced here Broadway We have the beet home school of business Diplomas awarded Mulshed Mr Dailey intends to ot Kentucky In the State since 1885 Fine sleighing and skatÂ¬ devote his attention to fine trotters ing are now enjoyed by the young Bottling Works The bottling people and if the weather holds out 0o are com- Â¬ few days the floating ice in the works of W A Gaines a plete and on Monday a large force of river would warrant the prediction that the Kentucky will bo turned hands will commence bottling Old Crow and Hermitage into a skating park A Favorite Range New Marshal and Chief -- Next week Mr M H P Williams the present City Marshal will become ON MAIN STEET TO Chief of Police and Mr B B Jeffers who was elected last August will succeed to the office of City Marshal Resigned R E Deakins who was appointed a deputy sheriff resigned his former office of constable of the Basement nf the Capital Hntel Bald Knob district Tuesday and County Judge Williams appointed 86yThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a v Mr J B Moore in his stead short time Change of Deputies Mr Ohas O Reynolds Deputy Collector of this division of the Seventh District has resigned to take the superintendence of a distillery and has been succeeded by Mr Tilford Clark Badly Frosted Judge James Harlan formerly of this city was overcome by the intense cold Thurs1S91 day night on the street in Louisville and his hands and face were badly Southeast corner Main and St Clair streets rom the Bafzell Building 3 a 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Capital City Business ESTABLISHED College F1EISEFoET 3szEnsro7TXoE5r JT iE7 City tl Matrimonial Thomas Robinson The marriage of Miss Sallie Robinson to Mr Joseph Thomas was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at five oclock ut the residence of tho brides mother on Third street South Side A groat many friends of tho couple wore present to witness the ceremony whioh was performed by Rev W 0 Taylor of the Baptist Ohuroh Aftor a short trip Mr and Mrs Thomas will make their home near Bagdad 1 I i good and few or no dangerous cases of contagious or infectious illness is reported The Health Board in their communication to the city council Tuesday night said that the death rate has been less than 12 to the 1 000 for tho past fow months and that there was no danger whatever from fever of any kind Sheriffs Books- - Auditor Nor Â¬ man as the new revenue law directs has completed a form of books and tax receipts for tho sheriff of tho Health It is remarkably while at the Louisville Nashville depot Monday had her pocket picked of nine dollars The thief was not discovered Pocket Picked Mrs H J Hyde Handsome Christmas Examine the large line of Presents Guardian Mr August Mauer on Tuesday was appointed guardian of Aleok Mauer a minor Peter O Sower becoming the security on tho bond Ladys Desks Parlor Tables Pine Chairs Leather Couches -- Tho Kentucky Bivor Convention m Will bo held at Frankfort January 181893 For this occasion tho Ken- Â¬ counties and yesterday sent outspeoi tucky Midland Railway will grant fare for the round men copies of the forms to all those one and one third should ask tioket trip Delegates officers who are required to keep agents for receipt when purchasing their books and receipts accord- Â¬ tiekets whioh when oountorsigned by the Convention will entitle hold Â¬ ingly ers to return at one third faro Tuesday night tho now city council c c To be found at- - The New City Council -- Next O DBeroaw GPA R ROGERS SON fe -- f AN EDITORS ERROR appropriation tho friends uAiNKFUKT KUUJNMUUUT vote for tho claiming that any thing of tho bill bo sufneiont for Ken Ho Waited for His Change on a futttml vx tho pont olUco ut Fnmkforl Kentucky less will not Stroot Car us tfowuU olium mailable matter tucky to make any kind of a orodlta ble display at Chicago A number of The chief poncil pusher on one of KO 4 LEWIS Editor and Publisher members olaim that their objection our dally papers late the Caliph of to tho bill grows out of tho boliofthat Bagdad concludod a fow days ago FRANKFORT JAN 7 18J3 the present or former Commission that ho would take a ride on a street have by their subserviency to the car to see if tho sensation of bowling THE KENTUCKY RIVER Governors caprices shown an utter along the streets over smooth rails incapacity to properly expend the was as pleasant as jolting over tho A Mooting of Citizens Requested money to the States highest advan mud roads on Mulborry According to Mako Arrangements for the for and Children tage that if the bill were ly ho bonrdod a car and as the whole Committee of County the Governor is certain to business was new to him did not ob Dolegates Castorla te bo well adapted to children that Oaatoria enres Colic Constipation the former commissioners serve tho notice Put tho correct Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend It as superior to any prescription puts tho matter un fare in Kills Worms girea sleep and promotes dl known to mo1 A few public spirited citizens re which virtually II A Arcbkb M D the box Supposing the fare der the direction of tho Governor receiver was some kind of a patent Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N T Without injurious modkatioa nlizing the great importance of the They say further that tho same money changing machlno ho stepped TCentuolcy river to tho growth and H For seyeral years I hare recommended The uso of Castorla Is no nnlrersal and prosperity of this city nre making commissioners despite their own up to it dropped a quarter in tho its merits so well known that it seems a work your Castorla and shall always continuo to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial of supererogation to endorse it Fow are the tho effort to enlist in the cause the refusal to test the validity of slot and sat down to see how the results intelligent families who do not keep Castorla from as far bauk within oas7 reach Edwin F Pardks M D attention and encouragement of thq tho former bill dratted thing would grind out his Carlos Makttw D D August un ohange Tho car moved on MTbeWinthroplC3th Street and 7th Are Now York City entire community particularly the as the latter part of gave rapidly Now York City his con Late Pastor Bloomlngdale Belonned Church Believing that til the Governor finally business portion and course of time neared the sent to it repeatedly maintained that point in nothing will succeed to which a prowhere he wished to get off once Tbk CairrAtra Comtaxt T7 Murray Sibmi Njsw York found indifference is displayed it is if the money was not paid out at not when he began to grow unoasy by tho Auditor tho State could proposed that a convention of repFinally he could stand it no longer resentatives from every county possibly have sufficient time to make and going to the forward end of the along tho river from the headwaters a display and yet it s now January car said to the driver When do I Feb 13 ly to the Ohio and including the cities and still they say theyll have ample getmy change What change time to expend the entire sum and asked the mule persuader Why for of Louisville Madison and Cincinmake a nati be held in this city on tho 18th members magnificent display Other that quarter I dropped in here he desire to reduce the amount inst to memorialize Congress upon said placing hiB hand on the cash of the appropriation to 50000 on the box the necessity of making larger ap the blamed thing must be out propriations to the improvement of groundthat the State should do no of gear for I dropped the money in the navigation of tho river than in more than ereot a building and place just after I got on and tho ohange the past twelve years during which on exhibition a certain number of hasnt come out yet and Im out but one new lock was added to the public evidences of the condition twenty cents Oh thats it is it number of locks built by the State progress and development of the said the driver Well I guess youve and ceded with the river to thd State and leave the rest to individual paid pretty dear for your rido for enterprise where they say it prop- every thing United States in 1880 that goes in there stays If not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to exThis convention besides presenting erly belongs The State should be until night and I have no authority represented at Chicago and it would to change money It is the fairest safest and cheapest polithe advantages that will grow out of unless I recieve tho amine it before you insure a speedy completion of the work in bo a pity to defeat the appropriation money first You should have in- cy offered Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and liand will testify to Congressmen entirely but if the measure should quired what that box was for before finally be rejected as it now appears you especially in the districts interested fooled with it it is like the grave get a statement of what it will cost that the people are in earnest in it will be the Governor and his pliant never gives up anything Sorry for W A McNEELY Genl Agent urging the matter before them and commissioners will be responsible for you but cant help you MALCOLM FRANKLIN Lexingttfn Ky respectfully insist that it bo given it however much their friends en Special Agent Well Ill be darned mused our J R Williams Local Agt the consideration that such an im- deaver to shift the blame friend I thought Id been in town Frankfort Ky Nov 2G 3m portant public enterprise demands O N Rogers long enough to get the green rubbed The people of this city to whom the off but blamed if Ive got as much most benefits of the work are bound Of Adams N Y ate nothing but dry sense as Polsgroves mule that to flow are merely asked to lend the bread for three years on account of tried to run over an engine on Dyspepsia cause their hearty support and aid that terrible diseaseentirely cured He the railroad bridge I guess Id better by states that he was the projectors of the movement in Dr Hales Household Tea and chn walk hereafter as riding is too ex- Â¬ This greatest pensive arranging for the convention by now eat anything imiiHiiui meeting at the court house next medicine known is sold at 25 and 50 cents per package at Carpenters Monday night at 730 oclock to form drug store A Great Benefactoi 2 ulate a programme and appoint comThe Famous Dictator Educators are certainly the mittees to make all necessary pregreatest benefactors of the race and liminary preparations If no action Of an aged trotting sire owned by after roading Dr Franklin Miles is taken in this matter it will require Best Dark Calicos 5 cents a former resident of this county the popular works we cannot help de at the present rate of progress a to Home and Farm of Louisville of this claring him and be among the most quarter of a century or more to comentertaining educating of auBest Indigo Blue Calicos 6 s New York Daily He is not thors which if shortened week says plete the work Good Brown Cotton 5 cents The old and famous trotting sire a stranger to our readers as his adto five or six years will give the Dictator will soon be thirty years old vertisements appear in our columns period of at least a whole generation He is looking better than he did this in every issue calling attention to Hope Bleached Cotton 6 1 2 to tho utilization of the benefits de- time last year and his owner Maj the fact that this elegant work on Heart Disease is dis- A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods rived This river is really Frankforts H u McDowell of Lexington thinks Nervous and by Carpets and our enterprising Rail- the chances are good for the old fel- tributed free chief outlook for her future Cloaks cheap low living through the coming win- druggist J W Gayle Trial bottles roads may come and make competi- ter He istfed on molasses and meal of Dr Miles Nervine are given away tion to a small extent an advantage with some nice clean fodder to pick also a book of testimonials showing for nervous to the shipper but the river unlike tlVUOUlJV VUO AlltlUC VJ iUUUUD 1UU1 that it is unequalled to eat sorghum molasses but the prostration headache poor memory Nov 5 3m a rail is open to many competing aristocratic old brother of the great dizziness sleeplessness neuralgia 2 lines of transportation against which Dexter would not touch it He eats hysteria fits epilepsy on certain freights the railroads can- Â¬ nothing but the best golden syrup Besides it Dictator was an old horse when Maj not enter the contest Real Estate Transfers 25000 for but Go must not be forgotten that a largo McDowell gavein stud fees him proand he has earned Wm McOloy and wife to Hallie de- duce over 150000 for the proprietor part of the wealth which the Being tho sire of the Alexander for 1475 a house and lot velopments at the headwaters will of Ashland wonderfulJay Eye See and the grand on north side of Main street east of send down the river in coal timbers sire of Sale building stones clays and other Direct Nanpy Hanks Directum and High street on besides the progenitor of Dan Glanton to H H Whalin for material enriching the counties from hundreds of other fast horses Dic which they come and along which tator will always hold a high place in 876 two acres on the east side of the Franklin and Owenton turnpike This they float cannot pass tho only trotting horse history conveyance was date October 10 1888 large city on the river without leavIs Marriage a FailureP but filed for record this week ing it a corresponding advantage J W Appleton and wife George Give the matter then a few moments Have you been trying to get the Lancaster and wife and J M Duff of out existence without health of your time Monday night and best your offamily E GOD HL L you been in whether you are a merchant manu- wearing out you life Have the effects Lexington to Belle Vogler wife of from facturer artisan professional man or of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Charles Vogler for 270 a lot at Third citizen of other business pursuits you Indigestion Are you sleepless at and Logan streets South Side have aided a cause which cannot fail night Do you awake in the morning Frank Russell to L B Marshall for MANHOOD RESTORED The Se vices feeling languid with coated tongue 8ANATIVO tbo to promote the interests of the city and sallow haggard looks Dont do 100 a lot on the new road to Thorn Wonderful Spanish OF Remedy Is sold with a in which you make your home and it A shout in the camp tells how Hill from the Owenton turnpike Writton Guarantee to euro oil Neivous Dis livlihood Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has eases such as Weak Kings Royal Germateur cured others it will cure you Trial Memory Loss of Brain 1owcr Ilcndnche Large size 50c at Pre eminently tho medicine Late Musical Director THE WORLDS FAIR Sackage free Wakefulness LoBt Man of the Williams Voyager Opera Co as hood Nervousness Las century Its phenominal success as situde oil drains and 4G a seller and favorite with the people Before After Use loss of power of tho The Appropriation of 100000 Ccneratlvo Organs In Photographed from life is the acknowledged wonder of the Again up for Consideration cither box caused hv Rev Willis Wayts Ordained orer ezertlon youthful indiscretions or tho excesslvo Can be secured by ono or two bands within rea medicine world Based upon the aso of tobacco opium or Before the Legislature sonable distance of Frankfort etlrrulants width ultimately Germ theory lend to Infirmity Consumption and Infinity The Western Recorder of Decem- modern and of Diseases it is unique Â¬ Inconvenient lurm to carrv in tlicwst pocket Put up Correspondence Solicited 1ilco comThe House has a billbefore it for ber 20th gives the following account mending itselfat once popular house- SJ upacknge ordforSS With every Soidcr micivoa as a necossary to oure or Novl9 tf tho appropriation of 100000 for the of the ordination to the Baptist min hold remedy It advertises best by writton BUDrontoo to nnv address rotund tho Address FRANKFORT KY circular free moner Bent by mail In plain envelope Mention this paper Address Worlds Fair and the Senate one for istry of a former Frankfort boy in its use Specific for all Catarrhal MADRID CHEMICAL BrauJi Office for U 8 A diseases a Nerve Tonic and Blood 50000 The former body made the Louisville 853 Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL W J CHINN Purifier It io without doubt the matter a spocial order for Wednes FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY The Rev W L Wayts was ordained most reliable germ destroyer in ox day and a large delegation of ladies to tho ministory at Walnut street istance and to tho extent that the P H CARPENTER DrUQQlSt and gentlemen came to the city that church on the night of December 14th germ theory is correct Kings Royal SSlclts The occasion was oL special interest Gormetour is the remedy It is no August 13 ly day from Louisville and other places Dr W M Pratt presided Dr F H accident but is the result of fifteen Will practice in all State Courts Ofto use their influence in securing the Kerfoot conduoted the examination years study of medical genius For fice second floor Custom House passage of the bill Much opposition in the presence of the congregation sale by Chapman Williams 19 was developed while tho House had Dr J Wm Jones led in the ordain Course 1 ing prayer Dr J A Broadus pre the question under consideration sented tho Bible and gave tho charge and finally an adjournment waB ef to the candidate The hand of felTaught Privately to Adults Only fected to gain time with the hope lowship was then given and the that the next day would find a larger benediction was pronounced by When Baby was sick wo garo her Castorla attendance of the friends of the meas- the candidate Bro Wayts is a young When Bhe was a Child sho cried for Castorla man of unusual promise He has HOOKS EXAMINED CONSULTATION CONFIure Thursday however the bill was charge of the mission in Shipping When oho became Miss Bhe clung to Castorla dentlul made a special order for next Tues port and he is pursuing studies in the When she had Children she cave them Cautorla E BUUION at Capital City Business College Seminary Mrs Wayts is a neico of day Oct 16 Sm O Bradley and The Senate bill will come up to day the Hon Wbecome a Baptist she has only lately CURES H0TH1H0 BUT PBLES as a special order but it is probable UNIVERSITYofVIRGINIA it will also bo postponed In the For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ CHAELOTTSV1LLE VA SURE and CERTAIN CURE meantime every argument and inGold headed walking oanes at Next session begins 15th Sept Courses in Art A known for IS years as the DEST use or fluence that can bo devised are Coppersmiths 234 St Engineeringto Law Medicines For announce REMEDY FOR PILES BTMtJU ment apply PnpirtdbHIClUKBHOaTAYLOKHKD IRON BITTERS brought to bear upon the members to iROWNS WM M THORNTON LL D Chairman ant io ti Â¬ Â¬ Infants Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 m i i Â¬ -- r Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ n 8 h J L RODMAN SON Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ BIG BARGAINS cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WJL I J II RODMAN SOtf Â¬ Â¬ ftaifort jfniioie Itettiunufi a i Â¬ Have opened Eooms Ann Street near Christian Church m M m mt j Â¬ Â¬ P ID get ices i Â¬ Wm A Diehle W Â¬ J Teacher and Director Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ CO Â¬ JR M South t Â¬ Â¬ m mm hmm Â¬ TAELERSpiir eUGKEYETILC f Â¬ - Â¬ INTMENT CO Â¬ ble Indigestion WL Lktri 1 Jj JKAjNKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JAN 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET For School Trustees at Elootion 1898 ftuPofRci Cash Paid COL HARRIS WILL and old PAY THE Moores Poultry HIGHEST Remedy GAPES tho extra produc- Â¬ Tho Republican V i4 r tkh p v- L H Finnoll Third Ward V Borborich Jas M 1020 a m No 18 luavoB Frankfort m Todd 440 p No 20 Iobvob Frankfort OJSH G40 p tn No 24 arrives Frankfort By authority of tho Republican Both the method and results when 855 p nit Oity Committee No 22 leaves Frankfort Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagrange Saml R Smith Chairman Nos 28 and 21 conuoot and refreshing to the taste and acts for Cincinnati Tho duties of the school trustees at Anchorage for Bloomilold Branch yet promptly ou the Kidneys W W Alexander are responsible and require in their gently and Bowels cleanses the sysLiver Agent performance tho most capable men tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ who may be found williug to serve aches and fevers and cures habitual Spooial Series of Sermons the public interest and is believed constipation Syrup of Figs is the that the gentlemen well known rep Â¬ only remedy of its kind ever pro- Â¬ Col Ingersoll has substantially resentative citizens composing the duced pleasing to the taste and ac aaid that the female characters in the ticket presented will if elected ccptahle to the stomach prompt in Bible do not challenge our respect make safe and offlcient officers for its action and truly beneficial in its and admiration With this as a oue the discharge of thiB high and im- Â¬ effects prepared only from the moat Rev H Q Henderson preaohed a portant trust healthy and agreeable substances its aeries of seven Sunday evening dis- Â¬ many excellent qualities commend it There is a Best to all and have made it the most courses last year in the Methodist popular remedy known Ohurch in this oity upon Women In Ointments Dr oyrup of Figs is for sale in 60c Mr Henderson will In overvthnrr of the Bible Hales Household Ointment stands at and 1 bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ on Sunday evening begin the second the head It is effecting more wonAny reliable druggist who series of discourses upon this inter derful cures and giving greater satis- Â¬ gists the faction than any other remedy in the may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ esting subject In order that For cuts bruises burns readers of the Roundabout may world frostbite chilblains chapped cure it promptly for any one who sprains wishes to have the continuity of the series we hands and lips eczema salt rheum substitute try it Do not accept any publish below the entire list of top- Â¬ piles c it nas no equal We claim great things for itand guarantee what CALIFORNIA hG SYRUP CO ics we claim It is the great pain and san francisco cal 1st series preached last year new york ny skin cure Put up in 25 and 50c louisville ky Large size cheapest For boxes 1 Sarah The Faithful sale by Phil Carpenter druggist 2 Raohel The Beautiful 2 3 Esther The Heroic 3 Hannah The Pious Solid Silver Novelties at Co- Â¬ 5 Queen of Sheba The Wealthy 15 tf ppersmiths 6 The Virgin Mary Tho Honored ALL 7 Womans Sphere To day Glad Tidings 2d series to be delivered The grand specific for the prevail- Â¬ 1 Rebecca The Modle Wife ing malady of the age Dyspepsia 2 Deborah The Leader Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos tiveness General Debility etc is 3 Ruth The True TBAINB EAST have put a ticket TIME TABLE school trustees at Tho following tirao tnblo in uow in thorized by law to effoot apon the L fc N rond Tho following is the TRAINS NORTH mittee namod GBO a m No281oavosFrnnkfort First Ward -- I T No 17 lonvoB Frankfort 935 a m son No 21 leaves Frankfort 300 p m Second Ward R No lOlonvoB Frankfort 735 pm Oity Committee in tho fiold for the oloction au- bo held to day ticket tho comÂ¬ O price Tor Jfur skIiis such is coon red and 1 market rioj fox mink otter cat oposum muskrat Ac new renthpr t ltL Nov 12 3m TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON THE Postlvely prevents nnd cures ginseng and yellow root SOL HARRIS CHOLERA AND In Frankfort Ky Moro then pays for its uso DR W I KELLEYT O JE CHAPMAN tion of Br Gr let atrial box Si GOODS WeBt 0 ANel- Â¬ t OF CINCINNATI will be at the W McRory L fhoesstis ENJOYS HEMORRHOIDS IN LEXINGTON hotel KY WILLIAMS DRUGGISTS- PRESCRIPTION Saturday Jan 14th 1893 Saturday Feb 4th 193 Saturday Feb 25th 1893 Piles cured without surglca operation an d with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky J A Scott Frankfort Ky Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found everyday of each week except SATURPamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any ono by addressing W I KELLEY M D 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE Â¬ Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET AND SUNDRIES April 9 ly Notice AN ORDER OF THE FRANKLIN COUNTY Court theFrankfort Safety Vault nnd Trust Company has been appointed administrator of the estato of Samuel Calmese deceased All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are called upon to settle same and all persons having claims against the same are re quired to present them properly proven FRANKFORT SAFETY VAULT TRUST CO Â¬ J A by Fayette Hkwiit President Nov 12 2m Scorr Attorney Kentucky Central Railwav Â¬ Â¬ 45 sold In v88 9288 sold in 89 BLUE GRASS ROUTE 6268 soBd in f90 20049 sold in 9 1 ShortettandQuicket trout efr ou be sold hi 92 OKNTRAL KENTUCKY 60000 stew wriramtH ana steei WW IMd yon erir Itam whit ftbaloni multi ftrw tat of Uit manufacture toy Mr 17o ti of an ornamental --Und to hold Un dleUonarjr t The -- torjr Midi lik a fable bnt to UU It on tnmt Havnyon ater notlftd tho adrarttMBaBi another quetlon f tha aannotor Company which ttarU out a fcllawa I THE DICTIONARY HOLDER A TO ALL rOINTS 07 Theee figures tell the ever going everlasting Steel Aermotor Where one toes other follow and ws Take tha Country Hi Tower every 3 minutes mi mi west mo squthwesi KASTLINE BETWEEN CURES LEXINGTON rfCtlEOLLK AND CINCINNATI aITniw noynnuiuB aaani with which it irai built cpnntllltlitliathlrdlargnt WU that eatalillihnient lwlogi TrTr IN EFFECT NOV 16TH 1891 South Bouna No 3 Accoiu Dally Express lust Hue Ex Sun Nol Dally No 5 Daily Ex sun DISEASES 4 Elizabeth The Saintly 5 Mary and Martha The Sisters 6 7 Dorcas The Helper Christianity and Woman i Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs regulates the system to vigorous health and energies Samples free Large packages 50c Â¬ LveJluclnnatl LveCovington V Sold by Chapman Williams 46 p l I t- - ft MfV K JL L 3 W L Connersinitli fflves the strictest If attention to his repair department Frank J Oheney makes oath that your watch or clock stops take it to Cop Â¬ he is the senior partner of the firm persmith the Jeweler 15 tf Co doing busi- Â¬ of F J Cheney j ness in the city of Toledo county The Old Original Remedy nd State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hun not Sick people dred dollars for each and every case by pretendersshould talk be deceived about Mi who of Catarrh that cannot be cured by orobi baccilli germs c to the use of Halls Catarrh Cure sell their preparations thus prevent- Â¬ Frank J Cheney Lve Lancaster original Sworn to before me and subscribed ing people from buying the Microbe Arr Stanford Asthma and Catarrh Cured medicine Radams in my presence this 6th day of De Â¬ tested is what you need It is now Killer I luive been a sufferer cember A D 1886 making catarrh for more than two from asthma and years past getting and for years has been A W GLEASON 1 f most of sitting more cures than all other remedies a chair my sleepused one up Inofbed or reclining In North bound 1 Notary Public J SEAL combined Read their advertisement Killer andbae the last Jug Ridams Microbe for three weeks have been sleeping naturally soundly and sweetly as n Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter-Â¬ in this paper Dont be deceived I attribute my relief to the remedy and child State op Ohio Oity op Toledo County Lucas j BS sold The physicians two years ago said ray Lvc Paris 11 25am wife had consumption both lungs affected I A rr Winchester lUlOun have had to send her outh for several sprlnss to Lve Winchester 12 40pm keop her alive but since she has been taking Arr Richmond Id5pm Radaras Microbe Killer she has been rlshtat Lve Richmond li5pm 10me attending to her business and Is in better LveBerea j 2 05pm health than she has been In 20 years ArrLivincstoni 3tipnt R T POOLE Cedartown Ga 3 15pm Lve Livingston 4 10pm Lve London 4 60pm Arr Corbln Several Diseases Cured Lve Cor bin 500pm 5 52pm I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of Lve Barbrville your medicine 641pm Having been n sufferer from Lve PltievlUe LveMlddlesbh 7a5ptn weak lungs bronchial affection and Indigestion niter biking MIcrobo Killer all of the above Arr Cu in b Ga p 7 55pm symtoms have entirely disappeared 4 50pm Lve Corbin ours etc Lvo Wllllasbg THOS L DAVIS t 20pm Arr JelUco Janitor Howard Memorial Library Lve Richmond 1 50pm New Orleans La I Consumption Cured belJ1V0 u t0 b0 ono of the best medicines Arr 810am 8 00pm 8 ltimu BUUpni Falmouth 9 46am 9 ltipm Cynthiana 104MU 9 59pm 11 lbatn 1023pm Iaris Lexington 1210un 11 00pm 2 65nm aozpui utrof tUel In tha Vest being only exceeded by two of the treat Htneiter companies waa wholly furnished by tha Tills Dictionary Holder builnesi brinn os back to the Holder en jnntsts Inquiry as to how it took ana neia ana sun noius mo neiu increasing rapidly f rum year toycar Th secret of that success is this Mr IToyes has made a most perfect artistic and meritorious article aud baa maintained a high standard of excellence and supplied th article at a low price The merit of these Dictionary Holders has been so great tbst they literally sold themielvei ties that a small proflt on each one has made tie result abore mentioned fhey hare gone toalmost every eabiUble portion of the globe Ten to tha remote Mands of he sea and are kept by All okMlUrs lH5iiMLaaafaV II II ll 1 anainsucngreaiquanu 4 3bpm 6 10pm 7 btttipm 6 15pm ffKj Ml v 00pm S iaaW B h50pm 7 05pm 8 00pm Farm For Sale czo L VND - -- 4 45pm 0 20pm n V No 2 Dally Ex Sun Express I Dally No 4 No 6 Dally Ex Sun j nally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free JSold by all druggists 3 Below will bo found 4 F J OHENEY STATEMENT Of tho Condition of the heartily recommend It to any one suffering from asthmatic or catarrhal trouble Respectfully EDWIN R MOORE Cashier In Bank of AdalrvllIeGa CO Toledo O 75 cents DEPOSIT BAN DP FRHfKFORT At Close of Advertised Letters atFrankfortKy letters 7th 1803 - alist of advertised for the week ending Jnnaury iDEio Loans and Discounts Cash Due from Banks 3i isaa t 1 Business ASSETS after Lve being sick two years with malarial f iver and Lvo Plueviluv Barbrville during which time I contracted other diseases Arr Corbln Hux etc I was atended during this time by three Lvo Corbln of tliebest doctors of the city without being bene Lve Loudon Â¬ Arr CorMn Fever and Flux Cured LveCumbGap I cheerfully testify that after taking Microbe Lve Mlddlesbh Killer for lllteen days I am entirely cured Lve Stanford Lancaster Arr Richmond LveJelllco Lvo Wllllasbg 01 7 05am 7 00am 10 15am M 4Rim 33am a r S i 8 50am 9 35amt 6 7 vt FRONTING ON OF and Versailles turnpike THE FRANKFORT road within three mile- of the oty ot Frankfort Kentucky and one lnlf mile or Hoges Station oneandono tiuarter miles or Jett depot postofllco A c on the railroad connecting Frankfort with Lexing- Â¬ ton and within one und a au liter miles ot Sininiit station on the Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ road The Improvements contlst of a dwell- Â¬ ing of six rooms kitchen porches cellar cabin of live rooms stable barn room for housing six acres of tobacco two wells els i em springs and pond young orchards In bearing of apples peaches pears plums cherries grapes and nil kinds of small fruit Terms -- Eighty dollars per acre jish or a cash payment ot not less than two thousand dollars or more to suit the pur- Â¬ chaser Balance of purchase money in ten eaual annual Ituitnlliuents with six per cent interest payable annually or In fewer Installments to suit the purchaser Possession given March l3t 1893 If not sold this tarm will he for rent Apply to W II MCMILLAN uOiss 6 58nm Hw 47am 8 35am J 25am 9 am 10 11am a a MATTERS TKCS Dec 3 t5 Paris Ky ii fitted 393 76 10 Celeste St WWBi W i kV M n H h - i Boon Mrs Harriet Hay don John Mary Moxley Alex Moody George Jane Brown Miss May- - Moonson T A mie Piene Miss Mollie Buckner Sam P Baker Sam Powers Dick Cox G W Perrin Tom J Coldairn Lueeller Roberts Henry F 2 Read Mrs H P Cook Mrs Mary Richardson Wil Davis Mrs Bell liam Dennis Earnest Skelton Rev D E Dickinson Miss Spalding Mr and Ella May Mrs Henry Dye John Scott John Sparks Tom Demint Jno Stephens Rufus Davis William Darby Walter Shear Will Grisins A G Wilson a H Green Mrs John Hamilton Co Barrett Furniture Protest Real Estate 27137 07 22718 78 1900 00 4 31 1812 78 WMDOHERTY New Orleans La Mr ltadams Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Removing the Cause 297972 CO Arr Livingston Lve Livingston1 Lvo Berea Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Lve Winchester ill G 05am 11 15am 12 lOnn 1241pm 051m 12 41pm i 55am 1 35pm 7 10am 1 55pm 7 45am 227pm 7 00am 2 00pm 3 45pm 7 53am 2 37pm 4 25pm 821am 3 07pm 4 48pm LIABILITIES CapltalStock Surplus Old Dividends Dividend No 49 3 per ct Exrense contingent Individual Depositors Interest and Discount t Tux 77400 00 30796 31 223 CO 2322 00 260 00 185320 12 800 00 1359 87 Send 2 cents stamp for 48 page circular and the Microbe War shows what disease Is undwbatthe remedy must be and do to cure It Read It circulate It und you will the discoverer for saving your life Address RADAMS MICROBE KILLER Nashville Tenn J W GAYLE or LkCOMPTE GAYLE CO soleagents for Franklin county Arr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington Air Paris fiitimitir 334 MAIN STREET Jan 10 ly Lve Cynthiana Lve Falmouth 923anu 4Uipm Arr Covington 1054am 5 85pm Arr Cincinnati 11001m 545pm M 530pm f37pm 6 45pm FRANKFORT DBT IN qtUSTITT NO 12 KY S297972 60 For Sale county about a mile from Jett Station on the Versailles turnpike If not sold bofore February it will be offered at public sale at the court house door In Versailles on county court day of that month The farm contains 85 acres well set In grass and Is a barglan for some one For inforÂ¬ mation apply to Snnronl Golns on the placo or Nowbold Golns 210 Cross street Frankfort Ky Dec 81 2t MRS A JLOECIIER T OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE THE FARM OF the late D O Newbold situated In Woodford AYSVILLE BRANCH Dally Ex Sun lihBTlXQUALITT Nq10 North Bound Lve Net earnings for six months ending December 31 1892 Applied us follows 2322 00 Dividend No 49 260 00 Expense contingent 300 00 Interest and Discount Tax Daily Ex Sun 2 55 pm 532644 I ToSurplus 1554 44 90000 Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Parts Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Cincinnati 5326 44 Hutcherson HH Peter Ibald Horton George When Arr Johnson Arr Maysville 1010am Ex Sun 5 20 302 pm 7 00 a m 520 pm 7 55 a in t15pm 8 18 a m 638 pin 8 40 a in 7 00pm 9 34 a in 7 64pm 8 30pm WORMS WHITES CREAM Co l H H WATSON Cashier 5 calling for these letters say ad i vortisod Sworn and subscribed to before me this 21 day U Kkenon Notary Public of Jan 1693 J Rl Sattell Postmaster si s4 r Wanted Ladies and gentlemen suffering with throat and lung difficulties to call at our store for a bottle of OttoB Cure whioh we are distributing free of oharge and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy for Coughs Colds Bronchitis Consumption and all diseases of the throat and lungs It will stop a cough quicker than any known remedy We will guarantee it to oure you If your children have oroup or whooping cough it is sure to give instant relief Dont delay but get Largo sizg 50o a trial bottle free Sold by Chapman Williams Â¬ Jan DIVIDEND NOTICE A dividend of three 3 per cent will bo paid on the capital stock of tho Deposit Dunk of Frank fort on und after Thursday January 5 1893 7 2t Work Worry South Bound Johnson Millersburg Arr Paris Carlisle Lve Lve Lve Lve Maysville No 9 Daily No ti Daily Ex Sun VERM1FUI3E Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED Prepared by HICIURDSOOTJtTLOB Â¬ and Disease II II WATSON Cashior i Scientific American Ajjenoy for Lexington aro a formidable trio yet the weak Arr Covington person f reuuently has to meet all of Arr tem at once How can ho overcome Arr Cincinnati The answer Is with our Compound Oxyoen and ours only The count Â¬ SRKNOTT CPATMORE less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ Trnfllo Manager Gen Pass Agt rant this reply General Ofllces Louisville Ky Our treatment Is avallabln for home S F B SIORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt use neither need your occupation b e Ofllco ChamberofCommercnBldg Cincinnati O Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious What about your No 1 Dally to all points except Rowland Divi Â¬ need A book of explanation and proof sion which Is dally except Sunday Is yours to consider If asltod for now No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing Â¬ a in 160pm 5 57 am 227pm G 50 a in 3 20pm 7 15 ft m 3 45pm 7 40am 4 10pm 8 28am 700pm In 54 n m n37pm 11 00 am 6 45 phi FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVEBYWHEREBT LOUTS MKD CO l Nut series FRUIT and ORNAMENTAL HLUtUKASS Drs STARKEY ilii ft DE8IQN PATENTS fiQHVRlnllTB atnl vw yor information awr free Handbook write to MUNN A CO- - 861 DUOADWAT NBW YOBK Oldeat bureau for securing patents In America Hrery patent taken out by us Is brought before the publlo by a notloe given free ox charge In the -- mi mm mmimw OAVKATfl TRADE MARKS Dec 24 ly PALEN ww iucu civaoi ruiimiaiiiiuu ru WML CROMWELl 46 Largest circulation of any selenUflo paper la tae world Splendidly Illustrated Uo intelligent maa should be without It Weekly 93UH fix months AddreM MOnTtA 001 JearfgLGO 301 Droaaway New York UtrV I eler caters for the wants of 5 tf the people W L Coppersmith the Jew- Â¬ PBlCTIni m TIM C0UBT8 01 fanMo od the adjoining eountlet aa will alto Ktv apeil uttanttorTTo the purchso wd Mir of ml mum eeUactioa f nta ohUou nd the tKeUnticHi ef ion TJITILL ELBAI BSTA5TJB AGENT f lanm l Nol Runs dally No 4 Runs dully from all stations except the Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday No 6 Dally except Sunday No 5 runs dully except Sunday between Cln clnnatlnnd Lexington No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation daily Leaves Lexington 1000 n in Arrives Paris lO oa m No 7 Falmouth Accommodation Leaves Cincinnati 515 p in Arrives Falmouth 7 05 p m dally except Sunday No 8 Leaves Falmouth 6am Arrives Cin Â¬ cinnati 755 a m daily except Sunday Nos land 3 make connections at Winchester M V Ry- - E D for points on the NN No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all n termedlatestatlous and runs dally ton to Cincinnati TREES Buch vinks mm cveryiniug usually rountl in an cstublishtnent A full stock wo pay trices ixjw cataloguesno ugonts Descriptive on application OF ALL KINDS Smalt Fhuits Aspahaous Oilapb H F UEXirMQTOrj HILLEfE YER KY i Oct8 3m W gggjgg1 CALL AT BUCKLEYS JJXTZD tx SIEIE THE FI3STE STOCK OIF1 glass queens ware china STOVES IN THE CITY Religious HON ALBERT S BERRY -- Southern Presbyterian Church to morrow morning at oclock and at 7 p m as usual Rev W Congressman Prom Newport Convention G Neville will occupy hie 11 terested in the Kentucky River In- Â¬ pulpit J McOlusky Blayney D D the pastor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 7 p m as usual Rev First Presbyterian Church Episcopal Church Rev E A Penick the rector will occupy his at 11 pulpit to morrow morning oclock and in the evening at Â¬ 700 Hon Albert S Berry of Newport has written a letter to Capt G W Daniel and A H Waggoner of this city in which he commends the ac- Â¬ tion of the citizens of Frankfort in their effort to have the improvement of the Kentucky river speedily com- Â¬ pleted and says that he will be here on the 18th inst to attend the meet- Â¬ ing of the delegates from the counties interested Col Berry is a gen- Â¬ Â¬ tleman of distinguished ability and Baptist Church Rev W C Taylor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 7 oclock p m Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel t it is fortunate for Frankfort and the I UathoiiIu Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor High mass at 8 a m low mass at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m meeting at the chapel of the Christ ian Church each Wednesday after noon at 4 oclock is being well attended and the sessions are very inter esting and profitable All Sunday- school teachers are cordially invited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Union Sunday school Teachers Â¬ Methodist Cfltrami Henderson morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m Mr Henderson will deliver the first of a series of discourses upon Topic ReWomen of the Bible becca Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 630 in the class room Rev H G will preach to morrow Â¬ k Rev George Darsie the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and at 7 as fiHkiNiiAn Ohurc feDBual uary to aid in any way I can the moat This remedy is becoming so desirable object of hastening the imwell known and so popular as to Kentucky river have provement of the Physicians prescriptions PROPERTY OF COL J STODDARD Sincerely yours All need no special mention failed to reach many cases of rheu Johnston on Second Third and Shelby S Berry A to have been streets south Frankfort consisting ot one large matism known who have used Electric Bitters brick resldenco and ten valuable building lots subsequently cured by Salvation Oil We consider this property the Cream of the sing the same song of praise That this is the reason why the popuas It Is unquestionably the best to be Market An Enemy Baffled in exist A purer medicine does not ON MURRAY had In the city If you wish a desirable location EXUM PROPERTY lar voice is practically unanimous There Is an enemy with whom thousands are street consisting of u brick residence of r for a home no would udvlse you to purchase one its favor 25 cents familiar all their lives because they are born and it is guaranteed to do all that rooms and nbout two acres of land This prop of the lots while they are to be bad Is located nnd on LB MARSHALL CO With this enemy Is claimed with a tendency to biliousness Electric Bitters will ertywill wella goid Investmentaccount of the large Agents In addition to mak be lot battling with Ineffectual Royal Reception they ire toiigtantly cure all diseases of the Liver and ing a very desirable home For terms apply to weapons listeners Stomach Hitters will baflle LBMARSHALL A CO will remove Pimples Agents not reform a disordered Kidneys Isabella of Spain assisted It Meie purgatives Queen FOR RENT corttllt on of the liver Indicated not by constipa Boils Salt Rheum and other affecby her court will receive all of her tion alone but also b sick headaches yellowness blood Sale furred tongue American friendB at the residence of ot the bkln und eye balls nuuspa upon pressure tions caused by impure and uneasiness more particularly Will drive Malaria from the sysTHE BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 K10MS WITH ground known as the Orphans Home Judge William Lindsay on Tuesday on the right side upon and below the short ribs This Avoid drastic purgatives which gripe and weaken tem and prevent as well as cure all ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF property on Third street South Side evening January 17th property will be nut in thorough repair as sooa the intestines and substitute this world famous three rooms cure of H acres of land with moderate Improvements us rented Apply to fevers For 100 antl blllous cordial which likewise remotes ma Malarial L B MARSHALL CO Agts larial stomachic and kidney complaints rheuma 240 acres of Headache Constipation apd Indi- Improvementsland of line Quality with first class Pills ah n laxative of the tism and nervousness Miles Norvo and Liver bowels painless but effectual It improves apa EnThe above three tracts of land are located on a Electric Bitters good turnpike road five and a half nillos from tite sleep and the ability to digest and possesses gestion try or Frankfort For terms apply to now principle regulating the additional advantage of n standard tonic Act on a tire satisfaction guaranteed LB MARSHALL CO the liver stomach and bowels though Price 50 cts Agents Dr Clevelands All United Minstrels money efunded DR WM MORRIS FARM 5 MILES FROM new discovery the nerves A per bottle at South Side Frankfort lying between the Owenton and and Pills speedily euro biliousness Â¬ Miles Peaks Mill turnpike roads containing bad taste torpid liver piles constipaDear old Mr Barnum dead and drug store tion Splendid for men women and gone used to dilate on his hobby P H Carpiintkr 5 children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at that his greatest on earth was a Holiday novelties in endless WE HAVE FOR SALE M ACRES OF GOOD JsofferedJorsale as a whole or Intwo or more ffne consist of resi a largepart fresh J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly traveling object lesson and W S variety at Coppersmiths the for tobaoco land year There of a which Is ready tracts threeImprovements three tobaccoonebarns tenement Is residence and dence this the minstrel manager Jeweler Cleveland In order to This is one of the best located farms In Franklin two tobacco barns on tho premises 15 tf sell quick wo will offer this property at a bargain county and would make a very desirable country tn All goods bought of Copper- Â¬ seems to have followed on the same home For terms e apply to L B Marshall a Apply to Co agents 236 Main St Frankfort Ky 16 tf lines as Phinan in his management Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria XBJUTtSHALLCO engraved free smith Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Covenant Morning The Gift of subjoot night Cap Sleep The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its weekly prayer meeting in the Lecture Room at 620 subject -- cause of the Kentucky river improvement that such an earnest and elo- quent advocate has been found to urge cne measure ui lurjju uppruprju tions in Congress Let the citizens now show an equal interest with Col Berry in the movement and attend the meeting next Monday night at the court house at 730 oclock to make all necessary preliminary arrangements for the meeting of the delegates on the 18th inst It is nec- Â¬ essary to notify the county judges to make the appointment of delegates to provide an hour and hall for the meeting and to arrange for a chair- Â¬ man to call the meeting to order who can properly presentthe objects and the advantages to be obtained by a speedy completion of the navigation to the inexhaustible coal and iron fields of Eastern Kentucky The city of Louisville which is experiencing much rouble with her gas which it is said is caused by a poor quality of coal is- now feeling the great need of the cannel coal which the Direc- Â¬ tor of the Geological Burvey states is practically unfailing in its supply and makes the finest and richest coal for illuminating gas that can be found in any part of the country Frankfort also should have coal at reduced ratg8 and when the navigation is completed and the mines are opened there is no reason why the citizens should not obtain it at eight instead of twelve cents Following is Col Berrys letter Â¬ For several seasons he gave us skilled companies of Japanese and the Orientals astonished by their marvelous feats and acrobatics Now he is presenting another strange people the twelve genuine wild Arabs whose performances are almost incredible in point of strength and human endurance While this added attraction swells the expenses it will increase the receipts as the other de Â¬ partments of the show are in no wise lessoned The first part presents such comedians as Barney Fagan John Queen the four Emperors of music Ed Howard Russell Kenna and Talbert and the original Big Four Smith Martin Quinn and Sparks The Worlds Fair Sextette of sweetsinger8Nankeville Howard Francis Davis McCollistor and B S James The olio is overflowing with originalities and startling specialties the entire ensemble maintaining the Cleveland standard of excellence At the Opera House on Wednes day evening next January 11th Â¬ EDWARD GLAASSEN I PEAOTIOAI -- Plumber G GasSteam Fitter AND DEALER IN- VJ as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Closets JIPB AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK AIJJ WORK GUARANTEED Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY u WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE ir S A POLIO Are Quickly Married Try It In Next House Cleaning1 July ly 2 STour GAINES a j troubled with rheumatism neuralgia or lame DacK give it a trial and they will be one of the same opinion 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle druggist His Cup Full Mr William T Price a Justice of at Richland Nebraska was confined to his bed last winter witH a severe attack of lumbago but a thorough application of Chambe- Â¬ rlains Pain Balm enabled him to get up and go to work Mr Price says The remedy cannot be recommend- Â¬ ed too highly Let anv one the Peace L B MARSHALL W A H ij L B MARSHALL I CO Bea I EstaiB aim Insuwe urn V x - December 31st 1892 Messrs G W Daniel and A H Wag Â¬ goner Frankfort Ky Gentlemen Your letter of yester- Â¬ day received It will afford me pleasure to be with you on the 18th of Jan Â¬ Â¬ Hon E H Taylor jr thie mem ber of the House from this county was reported the other day as one of the aspirants to the place in the United States Senate about to be made vacant by the appointment of Hon John G Carlisle to the position of Secretary of the Treasury under President Cleveland and questioned on the subject day before yesterday by the Courier Journal correspondent he laughingly denied that there is any truth in the rumor and said My cup of political ambition is full To be the Franklin county member of this Legislature and have the friendship of the ninety nine other members of this House which I have is enough for me Â¬ Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought Sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET tf A Frame Cottage property U In good repair und is well located L B MARSHALL CO Apply to Agents A FINE FARM 7 ROOMS WITH IN 210 OF South Frankfort A LOT 85 BY 200 FEETThis OF on uACRES OF CHOICE LND SITUATED Is offered for sale good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort A Good Investment I T1riTir Bitters TS OFKKHKD IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON Wapplng street west of Mr S 13 Holmes residence Tills property will be offered us a whole at a bargain or It will be sold In lots of 40 or 60 feet front to suit purchuser For terms L B MARSHALL CO Agents apply to I In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brick tenement of 4 rooms a large stock residence barn and all other necessary Improvements In order to sell Immediately Me are authorized to oiler this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of Match For further In Â¬ formation apply to L B MARSHALL CO Agents Frankfort Ky FORSALR FOR SALE Farms For i Â¬ Â¬ 111 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farm For Sale -OIEeZES -A- Tobacco Land 380 in NA I Nl UTS E ttHi4ttA M A SELBERT aaaaaaaa THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR 9 -- I c tt V Tiie Je weler i t CIRCUIT COURT I r 1 A New Set of Officers and the Work of the Week Hon James E Cantrill of Georgetown the new Circuit Judge and Jno S Smith of Bourbon Hon county the new Commonwealths At- Â¬ torney of this district came to the oity Monday and opened the first Â¬ U- - r r t N h- - A w term of the court under the new circuit court bill Mr Thomas B Ford who succeeded Mr Walter Pranklin was at the desk and Mr R D Armstrong the new sheriff and lis deputies Messrs J L Holton of Porks of Elkhorn R E Deakins of Bald Knob Ben Poindexter of Peaks Mill and Nick Sullivan of this city all of whom had previously qualified by taking the oath were present and ready to enter upon their respective duties The first day was given up to thesheriffto sum- Â¬ mon the grand and petit juries which on the second day were duly -- with killing Ohas McFall colored more than a year ago on an excursion train at Jetts was again continued until next term Ben Marshall obtained a judgment against Kate Smith and others for the salo of a tract of land Charles Williams colored the convict who cut another colored convict named Fred Price in the penitentiary last spring got an additional sentence of two years for the crime Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Travelers may learn a lesson from O D Cone a prominent attorney of Parker Dakota who says I never leave home without taking a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea liemedy with me Wm Calfus Frank S Haff J N and on many occasions have rah with Orutcher Wm McCloy and J G it to the relief of some sufferer and Schweers For The following were held as have never known it to fail sale by J W Gayle druggist Mr Â¬ Â¬ A Guaranteed Cure for Piles or whatever kind or decree External Ipternnl Blind or BleedliiR Itching Chronic Recent or eredltary Tills Remedy has positively never been known to fall 100 a box 6 boxes for 500 sent by mall pre paid on receipt of price A written Guarantee positively given to each purchaser of six boxes when purchased at one time to refunn the 500 paid ir not cured Guarantee issued by J W GAYLE CO Drug GAYLE and LKCOMPTK gists and Sole Agents Franktort Ky Call for Jan 16 ly sample I Â¬ vr 1S JAPANESE THE ROUNDABOUT CURE Â¬ JOB DEPARTMENT Is ono of th beit in tne Stats find tfre arc prepared to tun out on short notice EXTRA JURORS GOVERNOR VS LESSEES The Message on Penitentiary Affairs Interesting to the dmpanneled as follows GRAND JURY Public and Especially Frankfort U r i w Charles F Exum Trustee of the Jury Fund the former office paying in fees about fifteen hundred dollars it 1s said and the latter about one hun Â¬ dred dollars Mr Posey was the eommissioner under Judge Montfort and had the recommendation of the largest part of the bar He has made a capable official and will doubtless prove as effloientand faith ful in the future as ho did in the Dast The duties of the Trustee of the Jury Fund are light but they are responsible and because such a largo bond of 5000 for such a small pay was necessary Mr Exum declined to qualify and the court it is said will appoint John A Brislan of tho Farm ers Bank His bond is now in course of preparation Tho oase of Riohard Kirk for carry ing conoealed weapon was in the hands of tho jury last evening George Graves colored on Thurs day for Stealing a guitar from MrW H Avorill was triod found guilty and given a verdiot of six months in jail There were sixty six ohanoory suits continued until next term also tho ease of the convict Hurst for an at tempt to escape Tho case of James Gill colored who with his brothers was oharged Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Governors Message on the John foreman Penitentiary affair was received Mastin sr J T Buckley Win Davis Geo Bryant Geo Green Robt Thursday in the House and Senate R L French L A It reads very peculiar to those who McGruder not know the lessees and some Trumbo James Conley W R do not facts in the case and seems to of the Lawrence and Zack Thomasson be short in some particular whether PETIT JURY NO 1 it be the facts or a peculiar style of 0 N ltiner S T Heiatt Jno May expression is just a little hard to de- Â¬ hall H T Yount Aus Robinson termine It is to be hoped that the James MulhollandvWm Polk Robt coramitttee on prisons to whioh it was Frazier Dan Meagher sr P 0 referred will not pigeon hole the Sower Wm J Lewis and Ed Wiley message but give the lessees an PETIT JURY NO 2 early opportunity of defending their position and the public the whole Wm Ireland Hilory Bedford Sam Martin T J Lee Thos McOaw J facts as they are both interested F Bailey Jas Tichenor Job Smith especially Frankfort in the probablo David Hall Van Harrod Tom Nash evil result from a sanitary point ot view of tho over crowded condition nd Lewis Cox as provided The Governors vetoes have so far The term of this court in the new court bill can bo extend Â¬ been very expensive affairs and ed to three weeks but it is not should he by his arbitrary ruling thought that the docket is large and autocratic position in the prison enough to furnish work for this matter bo the cause of throwing the length of time It is noteworthy care of the prisoners upon tho State that no murder case will be tried at at a no less cost of 100000 per year heÂ¬ will go out of office as the most ex this term pensive executive Kentucky has Tuesday Judge Cantrill charged the grand jury and on Wednesday known he appointed Mr W H Posey UNITED STATES COURT and Mr Mastor Commissioner J L Rodman The Cases of Local Interest sidered Con- Â¬ Judge John W Barr Distriot Attorney George W Jolly Marshal D J Burohott Assistant Attorney Shaw and Assistant Marshal Weaver of Louisville came to the city Mon day and with Mr W J Ohinn jr of this city as clerk opened the semi Â¬ annual term of tho United States Court Tho grand and petit juries vile impannelled are as follows Â¬ Â¬ reported they couldnt agree and Judge Barr dismissed them Thurs day and ordered the case re docketed for the next term The cases of Wm Bright cashier Frank Gilmore teller and W H Oheppu the bookmaker of Lexington in whioh the two former officers of the National Exchange Bank of Blank Books of 11 kinds gotten up in the highest style of that city with the last named gentleman for aiding and abetting were the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job indicted on thirteen counts for mak Â¬ ing false entries and reports as to Work of all kinds solicited certain individual accounts by reason of which these individuals overdrew their accounts moro than 300 was called and finally continued until the next term in June The four cases from Jaokson county Frank James ex county surveyor Dr Wm D Steele postmaster F R Davidson and E S Winkle who were also indicted for counterfeiting were continued and transferred to tho next February term of tho court at Louis Â¬ Johnson Barrett Wm Jackson Mike Meagher John Goddard Lew Church and J H Sheets The case against Frank Steele of Versailles who was indicted at the last term of the court for alleged intimidation of witnesses Mr and Mrs Henry White as they were en route home from this city after testi Â¬ fying against Steele in another case in whicli he was acquitted was nolle prosequied and Steele discharged The case against Zack Moreland of this county who was indicted for having molds in his possession for making counterfeit money and also passing counterfeit money was under trial for two days Mr James Andrew Scott of this city and Mr John B ONeill of Covington representing the defense and District Attorney Jolly the United States The jury had the matter under consideration for nearly twenty four hours when they v s Q q9i2 STEREOTYPING m xfr BINDERY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ all its Brandies GRAND JURY The Most Ploasant Way Â¬ Of preventing tho grippe colds hoadaohes and fevers is to use the Nowton J Moore Ben Sweeney J liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs W Denny II O Hodges G B Tur system whenever loyJW Miller W T Bond A W yet effectivetheoloansing needs a gentle Â¬ To be bene Maoklin B Farmer Jno Watkins fited one must got the true remedy J P Pfoiffer and Author Howard manufactured by tho California Fig PETIT JURY NO 1 Syrup Co only For salo by all drug W T Tevis George gist in 50c and 1 bottles L Tobin Mountjoy Oliver Houohins Bon O For Rent Hardin J W Davis Jno H Kearney W H Edwads B J Mitchell Pres Â¬ The new two story frame dwelling ton Burrls Hugh Anderson and house of 8 rooms boside attio and Henry Wilson bath room on tho north side of Second street botween anoioy ana PETIT JURY NO 2 property of Miss Main W E Gill George W Goodo E B Julia streets the For terms apply Blakomore Thomas Wash Slamons Prontiio to JOHN B LINDSEY Clubb Joseph Orom Moses Hardesty 18tf Â¬ James Garrett foreman Wm Ma gruder Robert Marion S J Hieatt All work promptly executed and satisfaction guaranteed GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 215217 l 219 St Clair Stmt Up Stairs Frukfwt Kj 4v ilttthttT- - JUi MHIRLikl bi OUR C TrTF ThTS 3k T - i H ylMS nh VflWJi w JANUARY SACRIFICE FOR CHSH ONLY b -- - s VSUi I T Nothing Like It Ever In The City Before M m s 7500000 Sloes j Ms ana Furnisnin M 4 Worth 1 01 no it Ms Â¬ im w f t To be thrown on the market at prices which will as tonish the public This sale begins SATURDAY MORNING THE 7TH at 9 oclock Every article marked in plain figures and positively one price SHOES SHOES SHOES rm m 1 u ojS CLOTHING 75 Furnishing and Hats V A 1260 pair of ladies rubbers only cash 200 childrens school shoes sizes gioo sold for 5125 to 135 180 ladies 7 19 cents for 2 childrens suits age 4 to 5 10 years go to go at cents for cash only 21 childrens overcoats age cents for cash only 75 mens long ulsters were go at 54 50 for cash only at 99 Mens undershirts and drawers 5100 a suit now go at 75 cents gray sold for to 8 years go at 85 all 100 sold for Si 50 15 65 pair of ladies full stock calf shoes go at sold for 150 kid shoes go at 1 600 and 5700 of ladies Dongola shoes common sense and opera toe sold at 200 and 225 go at 15 75 pair 5iooo 51500 All our mens 51250 and 51500 overcoats go at cash only All our mens 5i8ooto 52200 overcoats go at All of our Bennett Berards ladies fine button boots sold for 55 00 and 600 all go at 399 cash only One large lot of ladies grain button shoes for 125 and 150 go in this sale for 100 One large lot of mens shoes sold for 150 go in this sale at 100 and 125 sold All our 52500 and 3000 overcoats go at 52000 On our front table we have stacked about 300 mens suits sold for 5 12 00 to 5 16 00 all go at White mareno undershirts and drawers only 90 cents a suit 35 dozen of mens white unlaundried shirts go at These goods sold for 75 cents 58 cents One lot unlaundried shirts few sizes left goat 37 cents sold for 60 cents 35 dozen childrens shirt waists go at 24 cents One lot ofchildrens flannel shirt waists go at 75 cents sold for 5125 A few sizes of red flannel drawers left at 69 cents sold for 51 25 dozen childrens stockings go at only 5 15 cents -- i mt s 5900 We have on our childrens table about 220 suits ages 4 to 13 years single breasted sold for 5600 to 5750 all go in this sale at 5400 500 pair mens pants that sold for 5600 5650 and 5700 all go in this sale at 5500 125 to sold for Hats and Caps One lot of boys caps go at 5 tVI cents All our mens 300 and 5350 5175 goat gi25 full stock calf shoes go in this sale at 250 One large lot of boys shoes that sold for 150 to Remember these prices are for CASH goods will be charged or taken back as no One large lot of mens caps assorted colors go at 25 cents sold at 50 and 75 cents One large lot of mens stiff hats fashionable blacks go at 5125 sold for 5250 CRUTCHER STARKS