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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r The GEO A Fbamfort A ROUNDABOUT TERMS LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FUANKFORT KY 100 In Advance Volume XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power JANUARY II SKATING 189 Number 19 Latest U S Gov t Report DROWNED WHILE The Ice on Benson Broks and Job I the Water Saturday morning at eleven oclock as Mr Job Smith was skating on Benson creek the ice broke with him near tho point where the creek empties into the river No one saw him at the time but two men in a skiff heard his cry as he plunged beneath the ice and made every en deavor by projecting poles at the place he disappeared to rescue him W Gaines Ed Power Jno T Buck byt failed to accomplish their pur ley D M Woodson W E Bradley pose A number of people after V Berberick B C Milam S R wards assisted in tho search for the Smith Chas E Hoge Theo Wylie body which was found within half n n riKni nhor R K MnfilnrG W L E Harrie Johnan hour about ten feet from where Murray H At the resi Meagher Fayette Hewitt Thomas the accident occurred donee of Mr Job Smith sr of Belle Rodman sr Jake Abler George A point an uncle of the deceased Cor Lewis John B Drydeu J W Marks bury W H AVerill J W Gayle B oner Dehoney held an inquest over the remains which had been removed C Milam James Darnell Charles F thither and the jury returned a verCharles E Haff Jos T Exum Staten Daniel Lindsey and John W dict of accidental drowning Sunday afternoon the funeral took Rodman the city officials and every place at the Antioch Church and the other citizen who feels an interest in body was interred in the church cem the movement A committee on invitation and ar etery in the presence of a large conrangement was then appointed and gregation of sorrowing friends The deceased was thirty two years subsequently they retired and re of age a son of Mr John H Smith of turned with the following form for a circular letter of invitation to be the county and a cousin of County He was in the sent out to the various counties Clerk N B Smith employ of Mr Henry Mattern the cities and towns viz photographist of this city and was Frankfort Kw Jan 9 93 the County Court Judges Mayors regarded a skilled man in the busiTo reliable and in of Cities and Towns and the Presi ness He was genial large circle of dustrious and had a dents of Boards of Trade or Chamfriends to mourn his untimely death bers of Commerce You are invited to attend a meetHow to Become Fleshy ing of the citizens of the various cities and towns interested in the Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all early completion of the Kentucky nervous diseases headache blues nervous sleeplessness River Improvement by the General neuralgia prostration dance fits and St Vitus Government to be held in the city of hysteria but also builds up tho body Frankfort at the court house on I am pleased to say that after years Wednesday January 18th 1893 at 12 of intense suffering with nervous disease headache and prostration I oclock m tried Dr Miles Restorative Nervine You are also requested to appoint and in two weeks gained eight pounds I could not lie down to such additional number of delegates in weight to attend said meeting as the inter sleep but now sleep perfectly easy still improving wonderfully ests of your city or county may and am say enough for the Nervine--Mr- s Cannot dictate L B Millard Dunkirk N Jno E Miles One oustomer used Nervine Y L Hord and gained fifteen pounds in flesh Maybury Cortland says Brown P McDonald N Y Trial bottles and elerrant J W Pruett Â¬ DOWN SHE GOES fH Ice Creepers Weather Strips ABSQ THE CITIZENS MEETING- va pure I Â¬ Shovels Lanterns Coal Hods gXJ Glass Â¬ Monday Night to Arrange for the Kentucky River Convention The citizens are showing a com- Â¬ T Ul VUB E- lV fe k i N mendable interest in the Kentucky River Convention which has been called to meet here next Wednesday Monday night despite the inclement weather there was a good attendance of the citizens at the court house to make the necessary prelimi nary arrangements for the convention and the enthusiasm displayed was an indication of the earnestness with which this important matter has been seized upon Mr Charles Exum called the meet ing to order and Judge Lysander Hord who has for years devoted him selfto the interests of this river was made chairman and Mr M P Gray the secretary Before entering upon the work in hand Judge Hord ad dressed the meeting on the purposes for which it had been called and the object and scope of the convention He said fixed for next Wednesday that if the people along this river and in this city could only be made to realize the great wealth of coal iron clays timbers and building stoneB that were locked up awaiting the opening of the river by the improvement of the navigation they would not hesitate to make the jour ney to Washington City in wagons on horseback or foot to urge the passage of a sufficient appropriation for the speedy completion of the work undertaken by the General Government even as the California pioneers in 1849 in the midst of dangers made their way across the trackless west in search of gold He spole of the necessity to show Congress that- the people of this State who since 1880 when the river was ceded to the General Government had paid into the United States 100000000 Treasury more than were in earnest now in asking for a large appropriation to complete the locking and darning of a river which will return to the people a hundred fold benefits for the amount required to accomplish the work The money that Kentucky has paid into the Treasury he said was used in building harbors and improving rivers in States which contain neither coal nor iron and he thought as it has been stated that the Pennsylvania coal mines are becoming exhausted and more difficult to operate and the necessity is making itself felt especially in this part of the Ohio valley for a coal region to take the place of the Pennsylvania mines that by proper effort on the part of the people interested Congress could be brought to a realization of the importance of the Kentucky river as an outlet for a coal field of greater extent than Pennsylvania He advocated the idea of a convention of the people and believed that such an expression of their will would be given the consideration due it by their representatives in Congress A motion was then made thnt the following named gentlemen bo made tho committee on reception for the delegates who are to assemble here on the 18th inst Pat McDonald J W Pruett Win MoOloy M P Gray Jno B Miles W II Nowhall Jr Ed M Drane Judge B G Williams Judge L fiord It 0 Steele A II Waggoner Jdromo Weitzel 0 P Exum Thos B Ford Win Lindsay E H Taylor Jr Oapt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft RMGUlWJi P GRAY Â¬ Â¬ Hardware Merchant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ORIENTALS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ G K DAVIDAN 0G5 Hokarn Â¬ Of Constantinople will open a display of M P W H Gray book free at J W Gayles 3 00 ORIEHTflL jjj t at D CARPETS - Â¬ was then made and adopted that Squire Pat McDonald as President of the Board of Trade call a meeting of the Board to take similar action and co operate with the citizens meeting in making the convention a grand success A Newhall motion Jr Noble Grand Abler After the installation of Mr Jake Ahler in the honorable postion of No ble Grand of Capital Lodge No 6 1 O O P Monday night he invited the members of the order to the number of thirty and more to a regular banquet at Sower Ahlers where to the music of Wolfes orchestra the gueBts sat down to a table and en Â¬ joyed a menu of oysters game and all the good things to eat that the house could provide Tho entertain- Â¬ ment was concluded with coffee cigars and speeches From Turkey India Persia Teheran and other Eas I tern Rug Markets I State of Ohio Oity of Toledo Luoas County j SB Brower Seott ON Frazees 1 Â¬ Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm Co doing busi- Â¬ of F J Cheney ness in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case Â¬ of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uso of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON f -i SEAL Notary Public Â¬ 2228672 These figures rspresont tho number of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov Â¬ ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which wore sold in the United States from March 91 to March 92 Two Million Two Hundred and Twentv Eicrht Thousand Six Hun dred and Seventy Two bottles sold in one year and each and every bottle was sold on a positive guaran- tee that money would be refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use The secret of its success is plain It novor disappoints and can alway bo depended on as tho very best remedy for Coughs Colds oto Price 60c and 100 At Phil Car- - WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 82C l3rurficJLaxrxKKYAruM inninnmiimniuaimiuiiatw iihki t - - ft d - nally and acts directly upon tho blood and mucous surface of tho system Send for testimonials free CO Toledo O F J CHENEY flgySold by all druggists 75 cents 3 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ H N3 I I 1 Dr Stockdale The good success of Dr Stockdale has had with his numerous patientB in this vicinity is the result of his t Â¬ penterh Drug store J Â¬ thorough education and knowledge of thodisoases he makes his specialty Ho can not euro all cases nor does he claim to HiH careful mode of ex amination and familiarity with tho slightest changes in the different organs enable him to tell at once whether or not a cure can bo effected His ideas are now and his methods the latest Ho is not an old fogy nor does ho use methods that wore in uso years ago and which havo been tried Â¬ A Cold Rido Mr Buckner Allen and Major S I Gross of Lexington drove down to this city Monday in a sleigh They came by way of Versailles thence across to Midway and on heie They wore about chilled through when mm wmma TdGhfl tfw KhUsw TviLVa Ys they arrived notwithstanding they carried a liberal supply of blankets robes and chill tonic along with them t Sam Sandqrs R Tobin G W Daniel J W Chapman S B Holmes 0 L McKoo J M Wakoilold T J Oon gloton W J HugheB W L Pence David Nicol Jno O Barrett John The larffost oolleotion of Soir Tho doc- Spoons ever brought to tors next visit to Frankfort will bo venir Irnvf of I nnnoiomiMia h x nnn Thursday January 10th at his office c r I riTVil nnM r1 TTfnl VJUfJIbiii iiuuun and proven unsuccessful 1 uuuivu Children Cry for Pitchers Cistorla Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla I JH ljr V jfflkAifldfri 2 M 3 4 We invite our friends and the public to call on us if they wish to save money on goods in our line Wall Paper t1i cents and upward H rse Shoes S3 80 per keg Large Sissal Rope 3 cents per pound Steel Nails per keg 190 base Shot 64 cents per pound Trace Chains per pair 35 cents Oils Wire Nails per kep 195 base Best Firmer Chisels 1 5 cents up Hunt s Axes 60 cents Carriage Bolts per package 70 per cent off Window Glass 80 per cent off list 1 Hatchets 45 Chains Hunts NoHard Saws 110cents Dis sfons Rock Salt 60 cents per 100 pound 0oor Lpcks complete 20 cents A PaH 1 nrks in rnnts Diamond Dye 5 cents per package Alabastine 25 cents per package Skerwin Williams Mixed Paints 145 per gallon Guns LPatent and Plain Grate Baskets 4 and 44 cents Boys Saddles 235 Germania Mixed Paint per gallon Bridle Hits 15 cents per pound W Family Paints 15 cents S Sewer Pipe 70 per cent off Collars Buggy Whips 10ceritsand upward Outside Blinds 50 and 5 off IRidit g Bridles 65 cents IRON ROOFING L LI Cutlery Harness m IN G- - 4 O XT WTRE M1LBURN- WAGONS Varnish T C V 1 M M wi t ss v w sr w vv iio Brushes Blacksmiths and Wagon Materials Troy Sixrriee wortli i75 for j B 145 All goods sold on time m j - Belting Sash and Doors Paper Shades Crockery Iron Shot Shells Cartridges etc at the reduced prices cnargea at regular price Cpr Main and Lewis Streets Personals F L McOhesney Esq of Paris was in the city Monday Miss Mayme Gaines returned to iier sohool at Louisville Tuesday Mr Thomas Todd went to Cincinnati Monday on a brief business -- CLLINS L BR Top Drawer LOCAL Opposite the Farmers Bank Injured Mrs Merohant wifo of Mr Wood Merohant of Bellepoint on Wednesday was badly injured by falling over in a rocking chair from which one of the rockers had come off Kavanaugh Frankfort is Wm again on top The electors in Arkan Â¬ sas on Monday elected Mr Wm Kav Â¬ fA rr h IV Ej Mr nr p t I- - fc FV r French Nettie Walcutt Frankfort Lizzie Lowry Covington Frances Price Eminence Margaret Parrish Mattie Hughes Edna Starks Edna CogarMidway and Messrs Sam San trip ders Mason Brown Frankfort Chas anaugh formerly of this city but Col and Mrs Frank Riohardson Hardin Harrodsburg Alford Blacknow the manager of the Little Rock are now quartered at the Capital burn Ike Parrish Walter Thornton Gazette the messenger to carry the jr Hotel E L Davis and Walter Harper Presidential vote of the State to Dr Wm P Banta was home this Mr Albert Sidney Johnson of Senator G John Carlisle was enter- speech Washington City week from his medical studies in Louisville visited his parents Col tained Wednesday night at tea by Ears Frozen Mr George Hunt Sohool House Burned From and Mrs E Polk Johnson at the Mr and Mrs Will Saffell on the JLouisvillo of tho Farmers Bank while out Mr W M SafTell entertained Sena- Capital this week South Side The rooms were decor- some unknown cause the sohool sleighing Tuesday had his ears badly tor Carlisle and a few friends at din Misses Etta Wells of Richmond ated wjth flowers and hyacinths and house in district No 33 known as the frost bitten ner Thursday and Lyde Terry of Bridgeport are the table with its elegant cut glass Gregory school house caught fire and burned to the ground Friday Misses Louise and Lyne Pepper re the guests of Miss Alma Scofield on silver and china presented a beauti- Â¬ night of last week The people of BROWNS IRON BITTERS ful sight Those present were Sena- Â¬ turned to Cincinnati Wednesday to Campbell street the districts had just finished paying n cures resume their studies Dr John McClure Bull of this tor Carlisle Mr and Mrs John Lind Â¬ for the now furniture and the loss in Mr McKenzie R Todd returned to city has written his friends here sey Mr and Mrs W M Saffell Judge consequence bears heavily upon Ann Arbor Michigan Monday to that he has secured a position in the and Mrs Wm Sneed Mr and Mrs them wholesale drug houqe of Fuller and Phythian Saffell Misses Fannie Gray resume his law studies RELIABLE Todd Saffell Emma Morris and 0 W Towboat Sea Lion Tuesday as the WANTED for fruit and MEN TO SOLICIT ornamentul nursery Miss Mamie Kirke of Covington Fuller of Chicago Saffell towboat Sea Lion which had been stock varieties adapted to the South stock war Mr Robert Burns Wilson has on agents ranted true to name liberal terms Is the guest of her cousin Mibs NelAfter tea Senator Carlisle repaired towing coal for tho Frankfort Eleva- una permanent employment to toloiul can tuose wno display at OBriens Art Gallery in lie Orbison on Ann street work te uy For particular aldress R G Chicago a large number of water to the Opera House to occupy the tor company waB fimrno od in Dreas- - CuA8K Co 1430 8o Penn SJ mia Pa Mfss Fidelia Locke of Louisville box presented him by Mr Cleveland mg toe ice on cue river arouna tne ct was the guest this week of Mrs colors The newspapers in that city to witness the minstrels He invited coal barges belonging to the Elevaare liberal in their terms of praise of Mary L Todd at Lakd Park MOST SUCCESSFUL the Frankfort artists collection the following guests to accompany tor Company it was discovered that Miss Helena Weitzel has gone to Twilight Morn Coast ofNovaSco him Mr and Mrs James M Saffell a great hole had been knocked in the visit her brother Mr Louis P tiaj An Mr and Mrs John W Rodman Mr hull into which the water began to Impressions of Spring in Indianapolis Ind Weitzel EOD THROAT The Chill and Mrs W M Saffell Misses Emma pour in a flood threatening to sink EYE Instructive Musician Miss Grace Suter returned home Mist and A Haunted Wreck re- Morris and Todd Saffell and Mr the boat in a few moments The pumps were set to work coal thrown Chas Saffell to Monterey Monday after a visit to ceive special mention And Chronic Disease Specialist lu tho State out of the boat and every effort bent Mrs Lena Aubrey on the South Side The Louisville Post this we ek apMr and Mrs G F Berry enter to save tho craft from going down in Mr Arthur Weitzel after spending pears to have learned the reason a tained the Matrimonial Euchre Club twenty two feet of water in the holidays with his parents haB Frankfort young man didnt return Thursday evening to meet Mr and andabout finally after an hour or more gone to Indianapolis to accept a posi- home It says Mrs Bradley of Mexico Mr and Mrs during which time a large number of tion Mr E Watson Taylor another of Frank S Stevens of Swansea Massa Â¬ people were looking on from the St Lindsey was in Louis- the Kentucky contingent that sev chusetts and Mr and Mrs George Clair street bridge in great expectanMiss Maria its connection with Robys winville Saturday attending the Theo- eredtrack didnt return Home with H Allen of New York Mr and cy at the operation success crowned ter dore Thomas concert at the Audi- the others Despite the blizzards Mrs Stevens are visiting at present the labor of the men and the boat from Dakota and the marrow freezing Mr and Mrs Berry torium was saved from disaster in the ice winds that sweep in from lake and Messrs Frank Barret and John prairie Chicago is said to be a very A large party of friends stormed gorged waters Scott returned to Lawrenceville N attractive place for the young handi- Mr and Mrs Lee A Owen at Jett Contract Signed Mayor Tobin Indeed if report be true this county on Friday evening of last JV Wednesday to resume their capper Mr Taylpt will shortly lead to the week and were handsomely enter Â¬ on Monday night announced to the studies city council that he had signed the altar one of the wealthiest and most Misses Sallie McElroy and Ruth beautiful of Michigan avenues belles tained by those hospitable people contract for lighting the Sb Clair Dancing and other amusements were street bridge with incandescent Chapman of Bowling Green are the kept up until a late hour and all en lights This is good news to the quests of Mrs J Proctor Knott and Social Events joyed a pleasant evening Quite a people of the South Side who have Mrs WicklifTe Chapman Miss Oriana Hoggins entertained partyjfrom this city was in attend been bumping up against each other Mr Will Freeman who formerly ance in the bridge for the past six months was the manager of the telephone the Capital City Literary Society at her home on the Owonton turnpike and more The German Club will give their exchange in this city is here visiting Tuesday night second dance at the Capital Hotel his mother Mrs- Sallie Freeman Presidential Electors The FedAt the entertainment of the Matri- ball room next Thursday night It eral law requiring it the electors Mrs Henry T Stanton is suffering from a sprained ankle caused by a monial Euchre Club Friday night of is proposed to surpass the first enter Â¬ met in the hall of the House of fall on the slippery pavement and last week by Col R P Pepper the tainment and distribute elegant fa Representatives Monday and re of New York The necessitating her walking on crutches prizes were won by Mrs L C Nor vors Mr and Mrs Sam D Johnson peated their formal vote for Cleve- City eelobrute l Specialist formerlySouthern Med now Consulting Phytilclan man Mrs WicklifTe Chapman Major will lead and Prof Wolfes orohestra land and Stevenson as announced at ical Institute of Louisville Kyof will be ut tho Misses Tillio Cox and Efile Falkner L 0 Norman and Judge OHara of supplemented by two Cincinnati muthe meeting the first Monday in last CAPITAL HOTEL runklort and Mr Peter Powell of Woodford Covington sicians furnish the music month Mr Frederick 0 Riddell of county made up a sleighing party January 19th At the entertainment Saturday of Miss Susie Williams ontertained Bourbon county was also elected the Thursday Monday and visited friends in this the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club her friends Tuesday night at a dance messenger to carry tho vote to Wash Â¬ returning every four weeks DR STOCKDALE city bus hud yeans of experience In the largest Hosby Mrs Theodore Wylie and Mrs Sam ington City pitals lu the country In u graduate of several of of E James at the residence of the Miss Nellie Orbison entertained Ex Lieut Gov Underwood the best colleges und has for n nunibei of years Fine Trotters Mr R 0 Church mude u hi eclalty of all chronic and surgical dis Chicago and Mr Ed Hines and his former lady on Shelby near Camp Thursday night at cards successfully nnd does of this city will on January 21st at eases He treats cure can be guaranteednot take the case unless a son of Bowling Green were the bell street there were sixteen tables 100 Reward 100 Acute Lexington sell his entire stable of Deafness und Chronic Catarrh IUnglng In Ears guests this week of Mr Henry F and five prizes The first prize a Disease of the Eye Ear Nose Throat fine trotters Lungs Kidney Urinary and Bladder Troubles c Duncan piece of won in a scoro The readers of the Roundabout Brlghts Disease Diabetes Djspepslu Constipa and Paralysis of seventeen by Mrs WicklifTe Chap- will be nleased to learn that Prisoner REMOVEDThe Shoriff tion Rheumatism positively cured Mrs Hallie Bailey of Carroll counEpllopsy or Flte there is at least one dreaded disease of Whitley came to the oity Tuesday Young or middle aged men suffering from ty visited her brother Mr Eulie J man The score of sixteen by Mrs that science has been able to cure in nil po and took from the jail Len Tye Spermatorrhea I in toner Eruptions theItresults Is too of errors or excesses should call before Rep Ed Honsloy and Miss Birdie Brown its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Howard and her father-in-laWe guarantee u cuio It case has not gone lute Bailey at the Kenyon was played out and resulted in the Catarrh Curo is tho only positive cure colored who criminally assaulted a too far resentative second prize a Linoges pitoher going now known to the medical fraternity Miss Bryant of Williamsburg and Hotel this week Catarrh being a constitutional dis was brought here last month to avoid to Miss Brown and the third prize a ease Stanton of Maysville silver tea spoon to Mrs Honsley mentrequires a constitutional treat a mob which pursued tho prisoner BLOOD AID SKIN DISEASES Mr Clarence Halls Catarrh Cure Ms taken brother of Mr Henry T Stanton For the fourth prize a scoro of fifteen internally acting directly upon tho from Williamsburg thence to Somer As Syphlllls Scrofulu Stricture Gleet etc remedies Agent of the New York Life Insur- was made by MrsW J Hendrick Mrs blood and mucous surfaces of the set and Harrodsburg Tye will now cured by never fulling such us Lucorrhea Painful Disease of Women Company will remove to this W H Holt Mrs W H Nowhall jr system thereby destroying the foun- stand trial in Whitley county at the Menstruation Displacement of Womb Bearing ance dation Down Pains In Back relieved In short time and giving the city with his family and make his Mrs Thomas B Rodman and Mrs W patient of the disease building up the present term of tho court The Doctor carries all his portablo Instruments strength by und comes prepared to examine the most obscure headquarters hero F Dandridgo and on cutting Mrs constitution and assisting nature in He undertakes no medical Stealing Officer Whittington and Incurable und surgical cuses hundreds given up doing Tho proprietors disease but cures George H Allen Edson Rodman scoured the oup and Saucer have so its work Messrs muoh faith in its curative Marshal Williams on Monday arrest to die Consultation free und conlldenUaf Bradley pf Now York and Mr Frank and Mrs Hendrick tho fifth jmzo a powers that they offer One Hundred ed Lucy Hall colored on the charge Address j Dollars for any case that it falls to of stealing 2250 from Miss Mary S Stevens of Fall River Massachu candle holder STQGKDHLE The Midway Clipper oaysj Miss cure Send for list of testimonials Her case setts were hero this week attending Burns of tfho West End F J OHEENEY CO meeting of the stock uuBBiu wmgace encorcainoa in a will receive tho attontlon of tho the annual Toledo O crvann mrtr now in sesion LOUISVILLE holders of the W A Gaines Company charming manner a numbo ra nt nop 9Sf Sold by druggists 75c 2 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Stevens was accompanied by his wife Miss Mamie Starling of Hender- Â¬ son is the guest of the Misses Brown at the Executive Mansion Mra Ida Netherton returned home to Louisville Wednesday accompa Â¬ nied by her sister Miss Lucy Cox Mr E Watson Taylor the noted handicapper is home from Chicago visiting his father Col E H Taylor young friends on Thursday evening last at the hospitable country home of her aunt Mrs J WnHace Harper Those present were Misses Flossie Vi v Â¬ Assignment Mr Adolph Kratzel the butcher on Monday assigned to Mr S Fuhs The liabilities are placed at 300 and assets at 200 Caned Chief of Police John Tobin who has just been retired from the force was presented by his subor dinates Tuesday night with an ele gant gold headed cane Mr Robert Franklin made the presentation LfJ- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i m i Â¬ dyspepsia digestior Debility Â¬ Â¬ A - M I w Vf - 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i j Â¬ rt - Â¬ Â¬ DRSTOCKDALE 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 41 tfl Â¬ tl l Â¬ Â¬ bric-a-bra- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w Â¬ M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r i Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ BJ E -- I AJTJ I Matrimonial Combs Taylor - Joo B Combs and HURT REPEATS ITSELF G L HANNEN Edmonia Taylor both woll known PKAtKKS IN and popular colorod pooplo were Â¬ granted license on Saturday to marry Tho Cities of Louisville and Cin DAUGEiERTY FitrzzELLE Mr John cinnati now Wrostling ovor High Prices of Coal HDaugherty of Peaks Mill and Mrs Mollio Frizzolle of Excelsior Institute noar Jetts wore married on Tho Kentucky Bivor Improvomont ZFramHsifbzt UgLy Wednesday by Rev Polk South Nocossary to Relieve Thorn Loiiby - Partee - County Clerk Wigood PLOW thnr Smith on Saturday issued a license will never nmko ou for the marriage of Mr Frank Lorey nngry nnd nlwnys keep to Mrs Annie Partee The wedding An Old Documont on tho Subject yon wind flint you Most Interesting Now bought it just come in was solemnized at tho brides home and get you it n on Highview Sunday afternoon Tho attendants wore Mr William Reed In the Courier Journal of Decemarid Miss Mary OConnor Rev W ber 30 1887 the following article ap OLIVER CHILLED 0 Taylor of the Baptist Church per peared which just at this time is of HOLD GY form tho ceremony in the presence great interest both to this city and of a select number of tho friends of the cities of Louisville and Cincin tho happy couple Mr and Mrs nati which are in tho midst of the G L HANNEN jjgHBBtSBBgB5sljjjW Lorey will reside in Kansas City and annual troublesome question of how took their departure for their future to reduce the price of coal home on Wednesday The opening of the Kentucky river G0 Tho Louisville Times this wejk an- - and of tho great Eastern Kentucky such pressing importance Jun 3iu nounced tho wedding of Mr Ted coal field is the coal in view of famine is Bagby of Louisville formerly of costing consumers immense which of sums Glasgow to Miss Minnie Woode money that the following communi- also of cannel coals unequaled in any part of daughter of Dr John D Woods the cation of a committee oi the Frank area inpresent time tho United ritaien The when a coal fain fort Board of Trade to the Louisville member of the Legislature from War Board of Trade is interesting ine oppresses the Ohio and Missis It is ren county the ceremony to take probable that the Louisville organiz- sippi valleys in consequence of pro place January 31 at the Presbyterian ation will take immediate action in tracted low water renders it peculi Church in Bowling Green Miss the matter There are some valuable arly appropriate to set forth tho ad Z3ST3T73RA3TOE CKEIfcTTS following communication vantages of the proposed improve Woods during the period of her fath- Â¬ facts inisthecopy of one that has been ments as rendered the recurrence of which a such an evil impossible With the Keners residence in this oity as Public mailed to President Weissenger tucky river made navigable to these Ky December 29 Printer made a host of warm friends Frankfort Harry Wcissinger Esq President coal beds at the Throe Forks Louis- and admirers who will wish her the Board Trade Louisville --De villoj Cincinnati and the region interof ar ON MAIN STEET TO highest happiness attendant on the The undersigned a committee Sir mediate between those points and apmarried state The gentleman is to pointed by resolution of the Frank the source of supply would have facilities for securing fuel which be congratulated upon his selection fort Board of Trade to correspond low water would not affect with the Board of Trade of your city of such an estimable young lady period in which for the purpose of securing your co- During the Stephens Wilson Cards are out operation in urging Congress to com- you have been cut off from your sup the Kanawha ana Manon announcing the marriage of Mr plete the slack water navigation of ply fromalthough the drouth in KenBasement nf the Capital Hntel gahela the to Egbert Stephens and Miss Maud sentKentucky river beg leavethe pre tucky has been similar to that affect for your consideration folWilson at the Methodist Church in lowing factSj showing the importance ing the Ohio there has been no inter JSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a ruption to navigation from low water short time Aberdeen Ohio on Wednesday next of the work in question The Kentucky river has its source in tne poois oi tne iventucny river 18th The bride is a well January and had the dams been continuous base of the known and popular young lady in at the in Eastern CumberlandinMoun to the Three Forks Louisville and Kentucky three Cincinnati and all intermediate this oity where she has had charge tains u iuuiunua wnicn aicer traversing of the millinery department of the Eastern Kentucky coal fields for points cold have been supplied with scarcely any interruption from low miles Messrs Sam D Johnson Cos es about one hundredcounty unite at water in the Ohio So that if an esti Beattyville in Lee the localtablishment while- - the groom is a ity being known as the Three Forks mate be made of the consumption of skillful and industrious young printer near the western edge of tho coal coal within these limits alone during months of at present an employe of the Capital field Thence for a distance of 261 the four amount paidscarcity the in-Â¬ for coal over miles it passes through thirteen of creased office but for many years an attache that which it would have cost if this bluegrass counties of the of the Roundabout office in which the richest empties into the Ohio at a source of supply had been available State and he learned the art The many friends point nearly equi distant between would more than pay for the proSoutheast corner Main and St Clair streets improvement It estimated of the young couple wish them a Cincinnati and Louisville Although posed it will require tenis locks and that conuneu a single prosperous and happy journey along State its to tne limits oi navigaole dams to complete this system at an importance as a the pathway of life and trust that stream has long attracted attention outside cost of 2250000 If the consumption of coal at LouisB G TTX03sTT Principal the overwhelming clouds which all More than 50 years ago its improve- daily be placed at 70000 of New Alment by slack water navigation was ville O- 3D DPEasraDIjEy Secretary must encounter may be to them but begun by the State of Kentucky and bany and Jefferson ville at 20000 bushlight and silver lined for nearly one hundred miles from els Madison and points between Business writing Shorthand Business Correspondence its mouth it has been through this Louisville and Cincinnati at 25000 Cincinnati and environs at 125 Book keeping The Most Pleasant Way Commercial Law Typewriting means made navigable for steamers and along of 300 tons burden Valuable how- Â¬ 000 bushels while of points 25000 and Arithmetic Grammar Spelling etc we river at near Of preventing the grippe colds ever as this has been for local com- Â¬ shall the Kentucky daily consumption have a total and for placing backward pupils from September to headaches and fevers is to use the merce eaBy reach of the its produots of 270000 bushes Estimating the Night schoolfinished Diplomas Jane The We have the be t encouraged The advanced student awarded home school of business within markets of excess in In the State of Kentucky price of coal for this peliquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs Louisvillo Cincinnati and other more whenever the system needs a gentle cities its ohief value has not been re- riod at eight cents per bushel condithan that paid under normal Â¬ alized from the failure as yet to com yet effective cleansing To be bene tions we have a daily Iobs of 21600 water Bystem plete fited one must get the true remedy Threetne slackand thus secure to the or a total for 120 days of 2592000 Forks to the Porks of Elkhorn importance have been erected Now manufactured by the California Fig population of this and other States which would build the dikes and in order that we may keep abreast of dams and leave an excess of a quarSyrup Co only For sale by all drug the abundant supply of coal iron and ter of a million Or in other words the times a charter should be obOld time winter timber which exists at its headwagist in 50c and 1 bottles officers elected and side a proper foresight led the large had Tee houses are full of a superior tained ters walks paved 1880 Keutucky having expended population thus heavily taxed to have quality In The Grand Jury Miss Lillie Goodbut of Louisville more than one million dollars in the secured from the General Govern No preaching at Buck Run last and Mrs Sallie Hockensmith of construction of five locks and dams ment this expenditure so small in Sunday Pastor absent The work of the grand jury is about following the precedent of West Vir- Â¬ proportion to the millions annually Missouri have been visiting friends finished1 They made an examina- ginia in the case of the Kanawha and contributed by the large internal rev Mr Frank Clubb and family have nnd relatives in our section for some enue interested there weeks tion of the comity institutions and Pennsylvania of tho Monongahela have States saving of thissum would removed to Henry county been a to tho ceded to the United States without Mr John Suter has rented and penitentiary as tho law requires and price these improvements Mr Howard Black consumers The climatic and the causes whiohof fuel the navigation from his recent severe has recovered taken possession of the Bowen farm illness obstruct submitted their report to Judge Can river to the end that the General Mr Bowen will occupy the house They found the jail and the pen Â¬ Government might complete the sys oi tne Unlo by alternate freezing and trill Mr Barton Clubb made a business now inhabited by Mr J H French drouth Mr French removing to his farm itentiary in first class condition but tem of slack water navigation to the suoh as are said by scientists to be trip to Pleasure ville this week may lead to recurrence of Three Forks and give free navigation The fall were not pleased with tho work house through its whole course experience in the future and it is Mr J H McBride has been very close next session of our school will Since that this part Friday Jan 20th and the indisposed for some days of wisdom to guard against much After their visit to tho work house period Congress has from time to the spring session will commence the similar calamity There is no hope however the keeper had the premises time made appropriatlous sufficient Russell Estes had his right arm following Monday Jan 23d Patrons the Ohio navigable all of thoroughly cleaned and replaced the to repair the original locks and dams the making of having the coal mines broken last Monday by a fall from a please take notice and govern youryear or selves accordingly old filthy beds with new ones which so as to give free navigation through- of Pennsylvania or West Virginia ladder out the entire year for the distance Misses Maggie and Pearl Ireland Mr Will Bonar has returned home put the building in splendid condi- of about one hundred miles to nlace accessible by water navigation uninterruptedly but here at hand is pre- from a two years sojourn in Stella Wells Lillian LeCompte and tion It is said that among the in- under contract a sixth lock and dam Messrs John LeCompte nnd Wm a feasible scheme by dictments are several billiard and and to build an experimental dam at sented fuel can always be made which Louisana Holland all of Henry county has cheap avail Deputy Sheriff Joe Ifolton is the been tht guests of Miss Minnie Clubb pool rooms keepers charged with al- the Tree Forks whioh has after one able years trial proven practically a failway w3 now s ty u Hydes to you since last communication lowing gambing on their promises We therefore in pursuance of the o a fellow ure Tho object for whioh we seek your co operation is to prevail upon trust conildod to us and in further Mr Barry South jr who has been Physicians prescriptions have fail Â¬ Congress to change its policy of ance of a scheme which has had the Miles Norvo and Liver Fills sick for several months remains ed to roach may cases of rheumatism small annual appropriations under indorsement of the beBt engineering known to have been subsequently quite feoble Act on a new principle regulating which the completion of the system skill both of the State and Federal That is the tho Very little business in progress at cured by Salvation Oil the liver stomach ana bowels though will be indefinitely postponed and to Government invite body co operation and of simi this time in consequence of the ex- - reason why the popular voice is pracof your intelligent the nerves A new discovery Dr make suoh provision as will enable tically nnanimous in its favor 25 Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness tho remaining distance of one hun- lar bodies of other cities interested tromo cold weather cents in the object aimed at to soeure bad taste torpid liver pilos constipa- dred and sixty one miles to be made from Congress such legislation Mr F M Feathorston and wife and tion Splendid for men women and navigable at the earliest practicable appropriation as will lead Spencer Booker have returned homo from a visit to children Smallest mildest surest date it being equally as feasible to speediest practical completion to the relatives in Union county of the place all the remaining looks and 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Our community wits greatly shocked to learn of of river dams under U S Circuit Court called atone time as J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly to construct contract piece meal We navigation yourthe Kentuckytake is number of our people has Frankforta he death of this worthy citizen and upright man What form action may to them by on the night of the 5th Inst after a short and shall not weary you by a detailed ex of courne submitted to your own during the past two weeks Deaths painful Illness He was widely known nnd uni consideration but we rospectfully hibit of the great quantity and supe Last Tuesday night was the coldest versally respected and the sorrow at his un rior quality of coal which will thus suggest that it be bucIi as will enlist thermoneter timely sincere Hulette Friday of last week Mr become accessible to the inhabitants your representatives in Congress in of the season thebelow zero regis leaves adeath Is eight and widespread lie wife and children three sons and not only of the State continguous to tho zealous support of tho measure tering 11 degrees Hulette of Hatton aged about of whom ho was a faithful its waters and of tho cities to which and that you also appoint one or Mr Boston Clubb had the mis five daughters to nil gentle seventy years diod at tho residence we husband and father especially appeal for aid in this moro ropresontativoa of your honor- fortune to lose one of his horses last provider a kind and of his son Mr Will Hulette endeavor but also to tho Mississippi able body to meet with us and simi week This is the second one in the Words can not describe tho greatness of their loss A more energetic and Industrious man valley south of itsjmouth Those lar representatives of other bodies last few months never lived As a workman he was always In The Ideals details will be found officially sot at such time and place as may be The death of Rev R M Dudley demand nnd because of the superior quality of forth in the reports of tho Kentucky agreed upon in order to adopt the President of Georgetowu Col I want the Ideals to meet at my Geological Survey in whioh these best line of action deemed neces D D creates a vacancy in the Baptist bin labor no less than the amount of It be was lege sary to compass the desired end able to command almost his own compensation room Saturday afternoon January coals have been thoroughly described He enjoyed the favor nnJ regard of all he ever arrango concert programmes and analyzed Suffice it to say that In conclusion we begto submit with ranks not easily filled 21st to served by reason of hl reliability his honestly for winter ana spring 1 want any they will bear us out in tho assertion this soveral pamphlets and docu Mr J H Bowen has recovored and all whoare interested in music that us a source of supply this river ments bearing upon the question from his recent illness and again his ronsclentousnesH and his faithfulness It will limits of this communica entered on his duties as agent for tho bo many a ytir tll one Is found who cm 011 tho to be present I expeot all of the offers a field as extensive as eithor whioh the peculiarly ireful plice he so long occupied It members and any that would liko to tho Kanawha or the Monongahela tion forbid us to notico moro in do MoCormiek Machine Company seems a sad lot for one so groitly needed to be and entitles it to equal consideration tail Vory respectfully join this musical organization prime In but we In the as the object of Congressional approWayland Graham Our town has improved vory rapid cut downsuumlas veryto the of life Disposer bow all Stoddard Johnston Chairman great of on humble priation For not only does it present A W Overton John W Prueit past few years Three events whom Spencer Hooker earnestly irlod to ly during the care o whose dlvlno comfort an area of bituraiou3 G Berry new churches two white and one to servo and family Is new committed In and coa All goods bought of Copper- Â¬ quantity and quality tocoal oounl in D F Lindbey Geo A Lewis tbe his stricken Wm Lindsay W tho fields of colored and about liftmen new resi fldent assurance that He will be a husband to thai 16 tf smith engraved free Pennsylvania and West Virginia but Committee dences besides others of minor widow und a father to the fatherless G L HANNEN P O SOWER CO Oils Paints Harness Saddles c Sash Doors Glass il Â¬ 323 Broad way i 8 H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have Removed From tha Batzeii Building Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Capital City Business College Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ if 1 i N Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ II - 3 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ F V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m HkkkilU H I 1 T Killed by Coal i E r moved from our midst yet his light His fiineral took Drigntiy shines man place on the 30th and was attended Robert Johnson u vounc wUkkI at the post offlce at HrmiMort Kentucky about twenty five years of age an in- - mourning friends Rev J A Head as accond clasa mailable matter mate of the Feeble minded Institute of Monterey ojllclated Tho family A LE WW Editor and Publisher who was employed us a helper to tho have the sympathy of tho scribe 4R Close Observer fireman at that institution was in- stantly killed Thursday morning by chamberlain FRANKFORT JAN 14 t8H Co Des Moines a quantity of ooal falling upon him Iowa desire to inform the public ai cney are manumcturers oi tno from tho larcre coal nile near the fur- most successful preparation that has THE SPANISH BECEPTION nace door Gapt Henry Wilson the yet been produced lor coughs colds engineer at the institution ordered and croup It will loosen and relieve Queen Isabella of Castillo will the furnace early in the morning to aseverp cold in less time than any Receive Her Loyal Subjects other The t article re- tell Johnson not to wheel any coal Co fniiMn1 treatmentt J a hI fl n1 u t Next Friday Night dthe fireman until after dinner ahthai Tlfas part of won lame and popularity on its The Spanish reception at the then to take it from another can always he told merits and one residence 6f Mrs Wm Lindsay on the pile but when the fireman care depended upon that It is the only WappYng Btreet next Friday nignt him Johnson said that he did not known remedv that will prevent instead of as we announced last what Cant Wilson said he was going oroujj It mu8B bo tried tQ eiated nut ud week promises to be tho social event to wheel the coal then a3 he had cent and It1isbottles in 25 cent 50 For sale by J help and Capt Wilson being tempo of the season Though no invitations rarily room W Gayle druggist absent from the engine Are to be issued and the entertain- Â¬ he took his wheelbarrow and proBluegrass Trots for 1893 ment is open to all who choose to ceeded to the place where he had come and pay the admission fee of An- Â¬ Monday afternoon the members of fifty cents the interest of all the been taking coal from the pile other one of the inmates of the insti- the Bluegrass Trotting Circuit met in social circle has already been elicited and the success of the entertainment tution called to him to come away annual session at Lexington The assured The Queen has been select Â¬ from there as Mr Wilsdn said he old officers were ro elected and the din- following opening dates chosen for ed for the occasion who it ie said must not wheel coal until after ner He again replied he did not the leading Kentucky meetings Mt will grace the throne room and most worthily wear the honors of Royal care and taking a pick proceeded to Sterling July 4 Shelbyville July 12 Eminence July 18 Sharpsburg July Isabella and the lovliest young ladies dig the coal from the bottom of the 25 Danville August 1 Nicholasville in the city will be chosen as her pile which undermined that at the maids of honor A request has been top and caused about two tons to be August 8 Versailles August 15 He was Maysville August 22 Lexington Au Â¬ made of the people that they attend precipitated upon him buried so deeply that it required a gust 29 Paris September 5 Win- Â¬ in Spanish costumes asrmuch as possible and give the occasion the air half hour to remove the coal from chester September 12 Oynthiana and brilliancy of a royal court Re- Â¬ over him and when the body was September 19 No races longer than two in three will be given freshments yill be served to the finally gotten out life was extinct Johnson was sent to the Institution Is Marriage a FailureP quests and rosettes of Spanish colors sold for a small price by a number of from Ohio county and after being Â¬ Have been trying to young ladies The orchestra led by kept in school until it was demon- Â¬ best outyou existence withoutget the of health anystrated that he could not learn Â¬ Prof Wolfe who has generously tenin your family Have you been dered it for the occasion will dis- Â¬ thing more was assigned to work wearing out you life from the effects course the sweetest and latest music about the furnace and had filled the of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and sleepless at The proceeds of the entertainment position of helper for some time Ashe Indigestionyou Are you the morning awake in to claim the night Do will be devoted to the furnishing of had no family or friends feeling languid with coated tongue a Kentucky parlor at the Worlds remains the body was buried in the and sallow haggard looks Dont do it A shout in the camp tells hoV Pair for which purpose all the Co- - cemetery Coroner Dehoney was notified and Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has lumbian Clubs of the State are en- Â¬ cured others it will cure you Trial deavoring to raise the sum of 5000 with a jury held an inquest upon the package free Large size 50c at Williams The club of this city is officered as fol- Â¬ body u verdict being returned in ac- Â¬ Chapman 46 lows Mrs Wm Lindsay President cordance with the above facts W L Coppersmith gives the strictest Mrs Jennie C Morton Secretary An Enemy Baffled attention to His repair Ueimrtment If and Miss Mag Russell Treasurer rn4il svm klriAlr n4sit enemy with whom thousands ate xll There JU1I1 HIllLUUl UlllCIt 314119 take it to Cop- Tickets for the royal reception are familiar Is antheir Uvea because they are born persmitli the Jeweler jo tr all placed for sale at the State Library with a tendency to biliousness With this enemy Uarretts news depot and the store of they lire constantly battling with Ineffectual For Sale An open front coal weapous Hostetters Stomach Bitters will baffle stove tile lined and good as new is Co Messrs Sam D Johnson offered for sale at a bargain Also a It Mere purgatives will not reform a disordered on of the liver indicated not by constipa- a New Process gasoline stove only condlt tion alone but also bj sick headaches yellowness used one season Apply at this office Continued Cold Weather aAMFORT ROUNDABOUT i i J for 4 - -- 30 1 Infants and Children Cantorl cures Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sloop and promotes dl portion Without injurious medication For several years I havo recommended your Castoria and shall always continue to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pardkk H D Tno Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Avo New York City s 1 C aa t o rl a is to well adapted to children tiuU I recommend it a superior to imjr prescription known to mo H A Akchxr M D 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y I Â¬ The uso of Castoria la so universal and its merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endoroo it Fow are tho intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach Carlos Martym DD Now York City Lato Pastor Bloomingdalo Reformed Church -- Tins Ckmtacr Company 77 Murray Street Nkw York Â¬ Â¬ I Feb ia ly W -- J ar lvt Â¬ Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society Â¬ f If not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to ex- Â¬ amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli- Â¬ cy offered Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and get a statement of what it will cost W A McNEELY Genl Agent MALCOLM FRANKLIN Lexington Ky Special Agent J R Williams Local Agt Nov 2C Mm IT 3m Frankfort Ky m J L RODMAN ft SON Â¬ BIG BARGAINS Sest Dark Calicos 5 cents Best Indigo Blue Calicos 6 cents Good Brown Cotton 5 cents Hope Bleached Cotton 6 1 2 cents A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods Cloaks cheap and at oclock Wednesday morning stood at 83 below zero many thermometers registered 10 and 15 The water pipes and water below backs in stoves froze up and plumbers were in demand everywhere Several persons came near being seriously injured by the explosions caused by making fires in stoves in which water in the coils of the water backs were frozen At the residence of Capt John W Headley the coil in the kitchen stove exploded blew the stove to pieces and scattered frag ments around the room promiscuously Wednesday the mercury rose twenty odd degress and that night it snowed again but Thursday the temperature began to drop and yes terday morning was only 2 above zero The river is frozen over the ice being six inches thick and th a price of coal is going up 2 or 3 cents per hush el a day fa Â¬ The cold snap which Bet in two weeks ago is still with us and the mercury has been hugging zero un- Â¬ Tuesday morn- Â¬ comfortably close ing itregistered 4 above moderated little during the day but in the afternoon began to grow colder and at 7 oclock in the evening many thermometers stood at zero That night the mercury continued to drop ot the skin and eye balls nausea furred tongue and uneasiness more particularly upon pressure on the light side upon and below the short ribs Avoid drastic purgatives which gripe and weaken the Intestines and substitute this world famous antl bilious cordial which likewise remoes ma larial stomachic and kidney complaints rheuma as a laxative of the tism and nervousness bowels painless but effectual it Improves appe- Â¬ sleep and the ability to digest and possesses tite the uddltlounl advantage of a standard tonic Â¬ Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton Railroad U Tht the only eler caters for the wants of 15 tf the people Zilpah W L Coppersmith the Jew- Â¬ The Finest on Chair Cars on Day Traina and Sleeping Cars on Night Trains Line Running Pullmans Perfected Safety Carpets and betwem Cincinnati Indianapolis Chicago St Louis Toledo and Â¬ Vettibuled Trains Mr Luther Harrod was in Frank- Â¬ with fort Monday last Dining Cars Christmas has come and gone and between J L RODMAN Nov 5 3in SON Co Detroit last called on Miss Lulie JoneB Sunday Miss Millie Pool of Harpers Ferry is visiting relatives in this commu- Â¬ winter is here again indeed Mr Willie Adler of Harpers Ferry Cincinnati Indianapolis and Chicago M Earth Chair Car between Cincinnati and Keokuk Frankfon Furniture nianufacturinn i nity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Internal Revenue Service Collector McDowell at Lexington on Monday appointed Mr D B Wal cutt of this oity a gauffer in the revonue service of tlie United States He will doubtless obtain an assign Â¬ ment at once Mr Walcutt has a number of friends in the city who will be glad to learn of his appoint- Â¬ ment Hord Brown who has been storekeeper for a year or more has been promoted to an appointment in the office of Collector McDowell at Mr Lexington Mr Grant Roberts a gauger for three years or more has resigned and accepted the position of assist ant book keeper for tho George T Stagg Company at their distillery near this city Mr Ohas O Reynolds resigned as special Deputy Collector and has Â¬ in the collectors ofilco Mr Joseph Weitzel has boon ap pointed a storekeeper and assigned to duty nttho Hormitapro distillery been succeeded by Mr Tiiford Clark of Lexington who was third deputy Miss Debbie Edrington was the guest of Miss Carrie Byers of Defoe last week Shortest and Quickest between Misses Lida Sudie and Stella Cook of Bagdad visiting Miss Lulie Jones CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Friday last Only direct line between Miss Lulie Moore of Scrabble is visiting her sister Mrs J T Deakins Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car of Croppers lisle XajoTillo Gynthiana Fal Â¬ Mr John Roberts of Croppers visited friends and relatives at Fair mouth and Covington view Saturday last Mr Jes3ie Phillips of Honeysuckle left Monday for Woodford county ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND where he will engage in business TIME Miss America Roberts of Tioga THAIHS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDfiBD spent part of Christmas week with TIME TABLE DEC 12 ltfJZ Miss Edna Moore in this community M Messrs John Keaton Joe Deakins No No 8 No 7 TRAINS E AST and James Baker of Croppers were the guests of Miss Lulie B Moore Lv Frankfort G00 A 410 12 45 GOG 1255 41G Lv Summit during Christmas 110 Lv Elkliorn ill 422 125 G18 430 Messrs Walter Phillips and John LvSwltzer GS 145 445 Harrod of Honeysuckle left Mon- Lv Stamping Ground G3U 155 452 Lv Duvall day for Croppers whore they will Lv Joliiirion 0 44 205 45J 220 H 508 Gf2 Lv ieorgotowu engage in strpping tobacco 245 515 560 Lv C S Dopot 71W 805 527 Miss America Roberts of Tioga I v Newtown 8V0 535 718 Ceutrevllle gave a singing in honor of her cousin Lv Elizabeth 330 540 723 Lv The singing of Ar FarlK during Christmas 845 C 550 737 Mr John Harrod was highly appreIM IA KIPJIIIH ciated Miss America let us enjoy No 2 No 4 No 8 No12 TRAINS WEST more of the same 645 G32 C H20 Lv Paris 527 G42 8U3 Ar Elizabeth School closed Dec 30th in district Ar Contervllle 451 888 G4IJ 44R 054 847 No 37 Miss Sallie Boll teachor de- Ar Nowtown 426 7G1 900 Ar parted for home bearing with her Ar O S Depot 662 7KJ leorRptown B 1035 kind wishes of her pupils Ar JontiHon the 705 717 1042 715 723 Duvall 1048 patrons and all who formed her Ar SUtmningGrouml 735 730 10 65 Ar acquaintance in our midst 765 744 1110 Ar Swltzer 810 750 Ar Klkiiora 1110 Lebanon Church Deo Ar Summit Died near 75G 820 1122 29th Uncle Billie Snook as ho was Ar Frankfort 805 830 A 1130 commonly called aged 09 years Ho N A connects with L was a faithful member of the Baptist C and LS B connects with Q Church at Lebanon prompt to attend K C his Church meetings ever ready to C connects with Midland Itnllway and conneo The Kentucky bear his part and aid others to do tlons form the shortest and cheap est route to an the same His remains were laid to points north south east and wes further rest in tho burying ground at the 0 For BEUCAWinformation applyE toBtholr aeents WEITZEL D In sight of his home Church City Ticket Agent Gen Pass Agt GEO B HARPER Gen Bupt Though his presence has been re 1 I Have opened Sale Eooms on Ann Street near Christian Church Kentucky Midland By B 0 MoCORMICK DW00DF0RD President General Manager General Passenger A Ticket Agent CINCINNATI O CALL IIP SEE M SKD M OF- - PRICES MANHOOD RESTORED ths Wonderful Spanish Jtcmcdy is eold with a Writton Cuarontoo to euro all Noivous JJls cascs ouch as Weak Memory Loss of Drain OANATIVO Tlie Services rower Headache Wm A Diehle Late Musical Director Voyager Opera Co as 1 Kprvotisness Las Â¬ all drains and Jos Before After Uso situdeof power of tho Generative Organs In Photographed from life cither sex caused by over exertion youthful Indlflcretloimor tho excessive Qe of tobacco opium or stltruliiuts which ultimately lead to Inflnnity Ctitmuinptlnii and Intimity 1ut tip In convenient form to carry in the vent pocket 1iice f a package or for 5 with every r order io cl e a 1 Teacher and Director Can be secured by one or two bauds within rea Â¬ sonable distance of Frankfort Coriisponriciuc Solicited Nov 10 in plain envelope writton money Mention this piper Address MADRID CHEMICAL CO Ilranch Office for U S A 33S Dearborn Street CHICAGO ILL KV HY guarantee to cure or refund tho sient hy mall to any address Circular free Adilress FRANKFORT KY tf Â¬ FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT W jrCHINN Jr7 Of P fl CARPENTER DrilQQiSt August 13 If South ly teUelc Will practice in all State Courts fice second floor Custom House ly Â¬ I I Book keeping J CommBsial Course Tun 30 Â¬ Taught Privately to Adults Only iexjeckkaese3 z TlOOKS EXAMINED CONSULTATION CONFI- - TABLERSpilC r A dentlal Oct 15 Sin at Capital City Business College E BGUION Cash Paid grey fox mink otter cat oposum muskrat Ac new tund old feathers ginseng and yellow root SOL HARRIS iic Frankfort Ky Nov 12 3m HIGHEST PAY SOL HARRIS WILL such THE as coon red and for Jfur skins known for SURE Prtfireribr and CERTAIN CURE 13 yocrs as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES CO bTLOOIS UUIUIIHSONTAYIOIIUKD S 5 4 FKANKFOJttT ROUNDABOUT St Clair street bridge in compliance FRANKFORT JAN 14 18911 county for the failure to raise tho j Beal Estate Transfers Commissioner Wm Oromwell made tho following sales of real estate on Oounty Couro Day which within the next week or two will bo regularly conveyed by deed recorded in tho Oounty Clerks ofllce viz Anderson Powers 44 acres near Bridgeport for 700 to 0 G Aikens A lot fifty feet belonging to Smith Robinson and others opposite Rules saw mill to H Davis Harrod for 045 Hick Flynn property on the South Side one lot on Todd street to W II Posey for 1005 lot on Elm street to James Norrel for 501 and strip on river front for 20 to Mrs Sue Jett Stedmans woolen mill at Forks of Elkhorn for 1500 G T Blackley residence for 1310 to same and mill machinery for 105 to same purchaser Robert Ohoato and wife on Tues Â¬ day conveyed their residence on Broadway for 3000 to Mrs J A with the orders of tho Secretary of War District Attorney Jolly stated that ho had too much business on hand toproparo tho necessary papers and the caso will therefore pass over to the next term of the court The term closed Tuesday and Judge Barr and all the rest of the court ofllcials returned to Louisville Unsolicited The following testimonial came to us Konyon Thomas Co Adams N Y Gentlemen For the past two years I have suffered terribly with During what doctors call eczema this time I have consulted several physicians and used a number of well known remedies but could get no relief until finally I was urged to give your remedies a trial I cannot say enough in praise of them At present I am as well as I ever was in my life and owe my sincere thanks to you for Dr Hales Household Oint ment and Tea Any one doubting tho sincerity of this testimonial will confer a favor by addressing very r N J McNaub truly yours Leominster Mass These remedies are for sale at 25c and 50c at P H Carpenters drug store Jfrds OjNTIH Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Â¬ STATEMENT Of the Condition of tho Moores Poultry CHOLERA AND Remedy GAPES DEPOSIT BANK OP FRANKFORT At Close of Business TS THK OLDK3T IOUTRY RKMKDY ON THE X market Iostively prevents nnd cures More then pays for Its use In the extra produc Â¬ tion of IDHJO Loans and DNcounts Cash Duo from Hanks 31 189S ASHHTS 2liifJ8 75 Furniture Protest 27187 07 22718 78 1000 Ki f HI Heal Kstute 1812 78 4207972 CO CHAPMAN JE Jet a trial box FOB S AXjE BZ AND SUNDRIES WILLIAMS DRUGGISTS- GOODS PRESCRIPTION k isjstjoy m r Iffi Southerd House and lot of Belle Bancroft on Long Lane for 1015 to Frank Johnson for another person Admitted the Facts Newspaper editors have to be very careful in opening their columns for tstatements But aware that the Dr Miles Medical Co are responsible we make room for the following testimonial from R McDougall Auburn Tnd who for two years noticed a stoppage or skipping of the pulse his left side got so tender he could not lie on it his heart fluttered he was Alarmed went to different doctors found no relief but one bottle of Dr Miled New Heart Cure cured him The elegant book wNewand Start Â¬ ling Facts free at J W Gayles It tells all about heart and nervous dis3 eases and many wonderful cures Â¬ Â¬ i USfT f 4 Advertised Letters atFrankfortKy Below will be found a tf - letters list of ndvertised for the week ending January 14th 1893 Arnold Brad Agar Rev F Baker Jack Bourbage John Baily Miss Laura Buckner Miss Nellie Crawford James H Johnson Ohas L Jordon Mrs Eliza Jeeter James Joms Prof L Jamison Robert Jefferson Bob Jouett mie Miss Tom Bailey Miss Sallie Kirk Montervale S Kauda Miss Sallie V F in l Mary Downing Geo Ellis Miss Kittie Merchant Miss Ella M Ellis J P Flynn Robert Price Dempsy Poore Mrs Susan Finn Russell Gledden Col H Rodgers A C Robinson Miss K Grinnoch Jsahiah Elizabeth Smith Mrs 0 J Grove Porter Sparks Miss Helen Goodwin Miss Nona Smith Miss Mar- Â¬ garet Hawkins Homer Hutcheson Mrs Simpson Miss Downing Miss Lutz Charles M Le Knight Mason George Minor Hirem Ella Hawkins W G E Mattie Thomas Mrs Annie L consumption both lunjjs affected 1 10 00 I1HVO had tO Sfillrt llPr nilHl S tmmlt station on the Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ Iiad mirlnnl In tnf uai road The improvements consist of a dwell 8 00 keep her nllve but since she has been taking Common lugs not colory liur of six rooms kitchen porches cellar cabin 10 00 Rudams Microbe Killer she has been rlchtnt Common Colory lugs rooms stable home attending to her business and is In better WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL of tlveof tobacco two barn room for housing six acres wells clsieru springs and Medium to good colory health than she has been In 20 rears pond young orchards in be ring of apples 12 00 10 00 lugs It T POOLE Cedartown la peaches pear plums cherries grapes and all Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR kinds or small rrult Terms Eighty dollars per Several Dlscnses Cured acre ash or a cash payment ot not less than 16 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf two thousand dollars or more to suit the pur- Â¬ 20 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf I cheerfully testify to the curative powers of BEST DEMOCRATIC PUBLISHED PAPEH chaser Balance of purchase money In ten equal your medicin- e- Having been a sufferer from Select or wrappery annual Installments with Mx percent interest payable annually or In fewer installments to suit 23 00 weak lungs bronchial affection and Indigestion 20 00 tobacco ONLY SI 00 A YEAR after taking Microbe Kllicr all of the above the purchaser Possession given March 1st 189a symtoms have entirely disappeared If not sold tills farm will lie for rent Apply to Best Condensed News i ours etc W II MCMILLAN Glad Tidings Best Stories THOS L DAVIS ec 3 t5 purls Ky Best Miscellany Janitor Howard Memorial Library Kesr Womens Page New Orleans La Â¬ The grand specific for the prevail Best Children Department ing malady of tho age Dyspepsia Best Answer to Correspondents Asthma and Catarrh Cured 7W Wf0i i B Department Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos st Editorials I have been u sufferer from asthma and tiveness General Debility etc is catarrh for more than two years past getting Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This most of my sleep sitting u j In bed orreclit ing In It gives away a valuable premium every day or the largest club received great herbal tonic stimulates the a chair l nine used one Jug of Rulains Microbe Killer lust three weeks have digestive organs regulates the sys Â¬ sleepingand for the soundly nnd sweetly been Sample copies of the Weekly Tourler Journal will be sent fne to any address Wnte to tem to vigorous health and energies shlld I naturally my relief to the remedy rs a attribute and Samples free Large packages 50c heartily recommend lt to any one suffering from Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky asthmatic or catarrhal trouble 46 Sold by Chapman Williams Respectfully EDWIN R MOORE THK Cashier in Bank of AdulnllleGa Eloped to Lexington THE DICTIONARY HOLDER and refreshing to the taste and acts 297972 m Did you ever learn whit f tbuloa rnlti pew cat of tht Biuiafietart by Mr Kojres of n ornimenUl Und to hold tht gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Net dletiomryt Tnnitorjr redi like a fablsbut to tll it on rnuit earnings for si months ending quettion Hat you ever noticed tin ailvtrtixmaol Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys December 81 1892 532i 44 uk notlir f th Aarmotor Company which itarti out aa follow Applied as follows tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ Dividend No 49 2322 00 sold in Kxpensc cnntlimeutj aches and fevers qnd cures habitual 250 00 Interest und Discount 800 00 soSd in constipation Syrup of Figs is the To Surplus 1554 41 8oBd in Tax only remedy of its kind ever pro kkiki 5820 44 1 duced pleasing to the taste and ac soOd in ceptable to the stomach prompt in H H WATSON will bo sold In Cashier its action and truly beneficial m its Sworn and sulocilbed to betoru me this 2d day A Steel Windmill and Gtsei Towor every 3 minutes U Kkknon Notary Public effects prepared only from the most of Jan 1893 DTheeo flguros tell the atory oftho ever growing healthy and agreeable substances its DIVIDENDNOTICE ovor going evorlaetlna many excellent qualities commend it A dividend of three 3 per cent will be paid on Steel Aormotor Where oris others follow to all and have made it the most the capital stock ot the Deposit Hank of Frank Â¬ i M and va koob the Country Tako fort on and after Thursday Taiituirvn 1893 - popular remedy known Wall that MtaMIhmnt ixiolf LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARJn2t H II UMTriON Cashier lo L Yerna w nojc aim inn KET Beam with whith it wasbullt Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c op until lt is tha third largrtt and SI bottles by all leading drug- Â¬ tser nf tUtl In the West being only exceeded by ttto ot the FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT gists Any reliable druggist who DR treat llareter eoinpanlei I f urnttbed by tha LOUI8VILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE ki wholly Holder business This I Dietienirr may not have it on hand will probrings ua back to the Holde- - and cure it promptly for any one who auggests inquiry as to how it took Ul CINCINNATI O will be at the Sales on our market for the week and held nnd Mill holds the field lncresing rapidly from year tojcir IrYMraHBtyffll justclosed amount to 2724 hhds with wishes to try it Do not accept any Therecret of that nuces is tins Mr Noyeshas mails a most perfect receipts for tho same period of 1056 substitute artUtioand meritorious article and hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO IN LEXINGTON KY bas inaintained a high alandtrdot excellence and supplied the article uary 1st amount to 2724 hhds Sales at a low price The merit of these SAN FRANCISCO CAL Saturday Jan 14th 1893 crop of 1891 on our market to Dictionary Holders has beta so rrcat of the LOUISVILLE KY NEW YORK NY Saturday Feb 4th 193 mat rney literally oia irucuijciier date 14151 hhds andiniuchcreatauiiitl Saturday Feb 25th 1893 des that a smalt profit on Our market opened up this week aacli on has made the HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surnlca decidedly irregular and weaker on result above mentioned rney hare gonetoalmnsterery operation and with little or no pain MJiMlvri1irlM new burley tobacco especially the DlblUble portion of tha plobf REEERENCES common and medium grades but to Â¬ ten toth remote itlands of ha tea and are kept by 111 W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky ward the close of the week all grades MOCMlIara J A Scott Frankfort Ky above common rallied from the deDr E M Jobtjr Frankfort Ky pression and the market closed about J T Staten Frankfort Ky ALL V Borberlcli Frankfort Ky as it was before the holidays for the Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky medium good and fine grades of A H MeClure Frankfort Ky burley There is no chance to report V J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky in the condition of old burley Jus M Withroty Krankfoit Ky The quotations which we give DR KELLEYri olllce mill residence Is at 259 below are for the new 1892 burley West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may V LAND FRONTING OX THE FRANKFORT crop be found every day of each week except S ATU R U and Versailles turnpike road within three describing these diseases miles of the c ty ot Frankfort Kentucky ami Trash dark or damaged DAYS ramrhlets Consumption Cured and the mode of treatment sent free to any one one hiir mile or Uoges Station one and one 5 50 3 50 tobacco W I KELLEY M D by addressing tiuarter miles of Jett depot postofllce Ac on 8 00 Common Colory trash 5 50 VI beJve lt t0 be ono ot e best medicines 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O the railroad connecting Frankfort with Lexing Â¬ sola The physicians tv years ino said my Medium to good colory ton and within one and a muter miles of CONSULTATION FREE wile Â¬ Â¬ Capital J itork J biirplus Old Dividends Dividend No 40 It per ct Kxr ense contingent Individual Depositors Interest and Discount Tax 77401 X Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET April 9 1 J079i 81 223 50 Ml 250 00 185820 02 300 IXi 1350 87 2822 2288 6268 20049 60000 45 89 9 9 92 88 - Â¬ W KELLEY CURES Â¬ Farm For Sale 120 DISLASES aoeses trash 8 00 7 00 8 00 rl Has The Zsji2Jjfl H G MATTERS THE Pll Fever and Flux Cured Mr James R Thompson of Wood- Â¬ ford county and Miss Mattie Scott daughter of Hon Thomas W Scott of this county eloped to Lexington on Wednesday night of last week and were married by Rev W H Fe- Â¬ lix pastor of the Baptist Ohuroh in I cheerfully EOXJJiTIDA30UT oiiher BtSTISQCiXItr Hoidaid Miss Laura Hawkins Mrs When calling Taylor D Ulman Ohas ad- - for these letters say AN1 TUK testify that after taking Microbe Killer for lllteen days I am entirely cured after being sick two yeurswlth malarial f jver and WEEKLY UOUltlEK JOUllNAL during which time I contracted other diseases llux etc I was atended during this time by three will be sent one year to any address for lJl Address of the best doctors of the city without being bene GEO A LEWIS 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ttflST IT QUHTITT KY vertisod lltted 10 Celeste St New Orleans La WMDOHERIY Fnnkfort Ky J M Safvkll Postmaster uninterrupted cures for nearly half a century has convinced sensible people that Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is the best in the market Why try riew things when you know that you have what you need It is A reoofd of Â¬ emony the young couple went to Microbe War shows what disease Is nndwhatthe remedy to cure lt Read lt Cincinnati where they remained un Â¬ circulatemust beyouund do discoverer for saving will the lt und your life Address til Saturday and then returned to the RADAMS MICROBE KILLER Nashville Tenn home of tho groom near Spring Sta- Â¬ J W GAYLE or LkCOMPTE fc ft AYLE CO that city Immediately after the cer- Mr Itadams Microbe Killer Cures all Diseases by Removing the Cause Send 2 cents stamp for 48 page circular and the 4 Z Â¬ Scientific American Agency for WORMS WHITES CREAM infallible tion sole agents for Franklin county Jan lG ly Kings Royal Germateur Pre eminently the medicine of the century Its phenominal success as and favorite a seller acknowledged with the people wonder of the is the Based upon the medicine world Germ theory of Diseases it is unique modern and at once popular commending itself as a necessary household remody It advertises best by its use Spooiflc for all Catarrhal diseases a Nerve Tonic and Blood Purifier It is without doubt the most reliable germ destroyer in ex Istance and to the extent that the germ theory is correct Kings Royal iermeteur is the remedy It is no Accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius For 19 sale by Chapman Williams Â¬ Â¬ The Old Original Remedy Sick people Bhould not be deceived by pretenders who talk about Mi germs baccilli crobi c to sell their preparations thus prevent- Â¬ ing people from buying the original Radams Miorobe tested medicine Killer is what you need It is now making and for years has been more cures than all other remedies Change of Name The name of the First Independent Baptist Church colored of this city has been changed by the congrega gation to that of the Corinthian Bap tist Church Quite a revival of inter est in ohurch work has been brought about by their new pastor Rev B combined Read their advertisement W Farris who has large congregain this paper Dont be deceived tions every Sunday Opera chairs Tho Kentuoky River Convention are to replace the old pews and tho interior of tho churoh is to be otherWill be hold at Frankfort January wise improved 18 1893 For ths oocasion the Kentucky Midland Railway will grant one and one third fare for the round trip Delegates should ask tioket agents for receipt when purchasing Tho United States Court tickets which when countersigned When Baby was sick ro garo her Castorla by the Convention will entitle hold- When she was a Child she cried for Castorla In tho United States Court this week ers to return at one third fare When 8ho became Miss she clung to Castorla O DBeroaw tho case of H H Quire of this counA When she had Children she gave theiu Castoria GP ty charged with sending an obsoono letter through the mail was dismissed Bucklons Arnica Salvo there being no proof found to sustain Tho best salvo in the world for Guts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt the charge case of Charles Lee admr Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped The Hands Chilblains Corns ana all walking oaiies at of John Wiley vs Ohosapeake Ohio Skin Eruptions and positively curoB W L Coppersmiths 234 St Railroad for 25 000 damages for tho Piles or no pay required It is guarÂ¬ Glair 16 tf death of Wiley while crossing tho anteed to give satisfaction or money Price railroad track in Carter county re refunded by Phil 25 cents per box Many Persons aro brokeu Carpenter For sale down from overwork or household cares turned a verdict for tho defendant 8 ly Browns Iron Bitters Rebuilds the Tho grand jury did not have tho BVBtem aids digestion removes excess of bile and cures malaria Get tho genuine 5aso agaiiiBt Frankfort and Franklin Children Cry or Pitchers Castorla Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CAVEATS TRADE MARKS DESIGN PATENTS IfefcP COPYRIGHTS etc For information and free Handbook wrlto to CO 861 BllOADWAY NEW YOllK MUNN Oldest bureau for securing patents in America Every patent taken out by us is brouRht beforo tho public by a notice- given rroo of churgo In tho I gs w JjhB r iTi AJi i V IRMIFME Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED IVepaird by nilimtDSOSTATLOal FOR 20 YEARS MKD CO - Â¬ timttik mmtw SOIjI everywhere BTLOCTB Â¬ Largest circulation of any sclentlflo paper In tho world Splendidly illustratoU No Intelligent man should bo without it Weekly 8300 a yean 160 six months Address MUNN CO lUDLiauEiis atll Broadway Now York City iDUHMLULLUIl Tha qnkrt Â¬ Work Worry and Disease tiro a formidable trio yet the ueak person frequently has to meet all of tnem at once Hon can he overcome The answer Is with our COMrotiNP Oxvokn and ours unit The countÂ¬ less demonstrations of li jears war Â¬ rant this reply Our treatment IsavallahlH for home use neither lifted your occupation h e Interfered with The value or these features Is obvious Whatahont our need Ahookufexplaiiatloiiund proor Is yours to consider If asked for now tat direct toot ttea 1IM1S1S 111 TEXAS HOWE Tl SHORTEST And Ose Manured and fifty blUm TO LITTLE K0CK u wly rests Without Change of Cars If joa are gvlBg to emigrate to Drs STARKEY 162U Dec 24 ly PALEN Arih Street Philadelphia Ia Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin Houstin Tali U WM CROMWELL ATTORN EY-AT-LA- th CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE M W chance of cui to alio kits special attention to the purohaw and tale ol real estate collection ef trnts elates and the legetUtlea of least will RBAI ESTATE AGENT S3cncnc m tm coubts Vranklln and th idjolnlng counties oi n laaft lf MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS AID HEW 0BLEANB Vr fttrthrlRtemUoB address C P ATlttORE GP TA LODISTILLK K1NVU0KY iAUli2L1lrjJLidlvtia QaVMaflHialHNMsHsHaVaBiislsBBSsVMaVaHaaMai 4 Q RISn iWf J1f PATj TZD -S-Zfc- Ann SIEIE TOEaZEl RTTriRT nIEJ STOCIC TT YQ S1 I M CHINA GLASS QUEENS WARE A M HM i i VW STOVES IN THE CITY Religious JOHN W PAYNE Aftar n i i wL - Bev W G Neville will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 Death has claimed a valuable citi- Â¬ oclock and at 7 p m as usual zen and good man has gone to his An First Presbyterian Church rewardyesterdayannouncement about noon that Mr John W Kev J McOlusky Blayney D D the passed away was after Â¬ Payne had pastor will occupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 7 p m as usual wards verified and communicated to his friends who despite the hopeless Episcopal Church Rev E A condition of the deceased and the Penick the rector will occupy expectancy for several days past that his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 his death would occur at any time oclock and in the evening at received the sad intelligence as a Mr Paynes health painful blow 700 bad been failing for a number of Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- Â¬ years past but it was about two years lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit ago that he became alarmed over his feo morrow morning at 11 oclock and condition and earnestly turned his He attention to his restoration at 7 oclock p m 930 a m in the sought the advice of the most emi- Â¬ Sunday school at nent physicians here and in Louischapel ville and Cincinnati and twice bore Church The usual painful and dangerous operations by UATiiuLiy services at the Church of the Good the surgeons knife For a while it Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ was thought he might recover but ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey relapses set in and his long weaken Â¬ ed constitution at last fell under the the pastor 8 a in low mass strain and obliged him to go to bed a High mass at at 10 a in and vespers at 300 p m number of months back from which he never rallied long enough to The Union Sunday sohoolTeachers revive hope with his friends meeting at the chapel of the Christ Â¬ In many particulars the deceased ian Ohuroh each Wednesday after was a remarkable man As a mero noon at 4 oclock is being well attend boy by force of circumstances he be- Â¬ ed and the sessions are very inter- came the head of his family consistAll Sunday ing of his mother two sisters and esting and profitable school teachers are cordially invited two brothers for whose support be- Â¬ sides his own it became necessary Christian Church Rev J H that he should leave his homo in this Hardin of Cincinnati preaches at 11 county and come to the city to find a m the regular pastor at 7 p m employment He engaged to learn Subject of the night discourse Help- Â¬ the trade of a printer at the Yeoman ing the Poor office and no mau impressed with The Young Peoples Society of a heavy responsibility resting upon Christian Endeavor will hold its him ever performed his work more weekly prayer meeting in the faithfully or diligently n his efforts Lecture Room at 620 to master it and become an earner of sufficient wages to provide for those Methodist Church Rev H G who were dependent upon him Henderson will preach tomorrow While some would show careless morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m ness or waste their leisure time and In the evening Mr Henderson will hard earned money in superfluities deliver the second of the series of or in self indulgences Mr Payne Women of the would be found prompt and attentive discourses upon Bible Topic Deborah The Leader to his duties remaining long after Sunday school at 930 a m hours in earnest efforts to improve The Epworth League meets in his efficiency and never failing to the evening at 630 in the class room carry home to his mother every Travelers may learn a lesson from last cent of his wages which he knew Mr O D Cone a prominent attor- Â¬ was even then too small to answer I ney of Parker Dakotawho says a large and dependent never leave home without taking a the needs of proprietors of the Â¬ The bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- family era and Diarrhoea Remedy with me Yeoman observing his commendable and on many occasions have ran with qualities soon promoted him to fore Â¬ it to the relief of some sufferer and man of the newspaper department For have never known It to fail which he held until 1876 when ho sale by J W Gayle druggist was made assistant proof reader a Johnson Caught position requiring a man of consider- Â¬ A man supposed to be Charley able ability and experience which Johnson the burglar who broke into marks the rapid growth of the counthe residence of Mrs M S Hondrick try lad in the school of his tradeÂ¬ and stole Beveral thousand dollars from which he was deriving his eduworth of diamonds from Mrs Chap cation this time the close applica man Coleman and who was sent to About employment impaired his tion to the penitentiary in this city and afÂ¬ health his he went into the insur Â¬ and Â¬ terwards made his escape while beance business with his brother ing transferred to the Eddyville pon Payne itentinry has been arrested in New George L he was elected city treas In 1877 Orleans urer and served two years and two years ago made the race for city Births council from the first ward was Saturday to the wife of elected but resigned after serving a Robinson Ben Robinson in Bellepoint a daugh Â¬ year on account of ill health He ter also made the race fo county clerk Monday of last week to the wife N B of Rev W O Taylor at Rochester against the present clerk Mr nom- Â¬ Smith and was defeated for the N Y a daughter Saturday evening to the wife of ination by a very olose vote Since the law was passed in 1884 Mr Jos T Staten a daughter Kate to-morr- Southern Presbyterian Ohuroh TincrATln THtiprh TIiaH nrt Noon Yesterday establishing the State Board of Equalization he has been elected a clerk of the board and in the perform- Â¬ ance of his duties evidenced an abil9 ity in the difficult and laborious work of per centages and tables of figures that invariably called forth the praise of his associates and the gen- Â¬ tlemen constituting the board For a number of years past until a year AND DEALER IN- ago when his health was permanently impaired and during the time he was a Secretary of the State Board referred to he was employed as the STRICT ATTENTION GIVBN TO special collaborator of tables in the HPE AND FITTINGS BTO JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WOBK office of the Superintendent of Public GUARANTEED Instruction both under Prof J D Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY Pickett and Oapt Ed Porter ThompÂ¬ Â¬ DWARD CLAASSEN PKAOTIOAIj-- Plumber GasSteam Fitter Sas Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosefs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WELL BRED SOON WED GIRLS WHO USE he married Miss Sallie Gres ham of Georgia who with Bix chil dren Miss Georgia Emma and Florence Stoddard Lydia and baby Sallie survive him Miss Georgia is a teacher in the public school a graduate of the high school and a young TTour lady of splendid character and at- Â¬ tainments In 1874 Mr Payne joined Juij2 ir the Methodist Church of this city and has ever been an earnest worker VV A GAINES L B MARSHALL in the cause of Christ in whom he placed his most implicit He faith as the savior of mankind was superintendent of the Sunday school for years and a member of the official board of the Church Besides his own family his aged mother two brothers George L and Charles G Payne of this city and sister Mrs George Farmer of the county are left to mourn bis loss The deceased was a member of the Masonio order a Past Master of Hiram Lodge of Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a this city and while the members ofthe share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased lodge will attend his funeral they A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times will not assume the charge of the ceremony The body will be buried OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET from the Methodist Church this afternoon at three oclock Rev H G Henderson preaching the In 1873 Â¬ son Â¬ SAPOLIO ect House Cleaning yi Are Quickly Married Try It In L B MARSHALL k CO m Seal Estate and Insurance dpnls i n sermon Â¬ The deceased was forty five years A FINE FARM of age a man of warm generous impulses lofty character and strong IN 7 ROOMS WITH prejudices against what be con- OF South Fntukfoit A LOT 85 BY 200 FEETThis OF 210 ACRES OF CHOICE LaNDJ SITUATED 18 offered for sale on good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort ceived to be wrong in reason or prin- property la In good repair and Is well located In one u of the best neighborhoods In Franklin CO L H MARSHALL Apply to county The Improvements consist of a brick ciple and a friend in his sympathy Agents residence n tenement of 4 rooms a large stock all who were and advocacy of barn and all other necessary Improvements In order to sell immediately we are authorized struggling against the adversities A Good to oiler this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of March For further In and ills of this life In his death the formation apply to city has lost a good citizen whose CO Agents L B MARSHALL IN TUB DUDLEY Efrankfort Ky weight of example and moral char T 8 OFFERED street west of Mr PROPERTY ON 8 B Holmes I WupphiKThis us a be acter will bear down in the scales resilience u bargainproperly will sold offered ot 40 or It will be In lots nliole nt many others who were more fortu or 50 feet front to suit purchaser For terms CO Agents L B MARSHALL nate from a pecuniary point of view apply to rnllE PROPERTY OFv COL J STODDARJ and made greater display of public 1 Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets south Frankfort consisting of one large spirit and enterprise brick residence and ten valuable building lots A frame Cottage V Â¬ Â¬ Investment Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALJEl FOR SALE EXOM PROPERTY ON L B MARSHALL CO Dr Hales Household Ointment Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Piles like magic CureB Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids tian be Oures Ooughs and Oolds taken internally A positive speoifio for Pneumonia Outs BruisoB Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are oured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 60c boxes Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen 8 ters drug store Is the llneet remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Â¬ street consisting ot ti brick residence of 5 rooms and about two acres of land Tills prop Â¬ erty Is well located and on uccount of the large lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak ing a very desirable home For terms applv to Â¬ MURRAY consider this property the Cream of the us it 1 unquestionably the best to bo Market had In the city If you wistt u desirable location for u home we would advise you to purchase one of the lots while they tire to bo had CO LB MARSHALL Agents Wo Agents FORREMT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Improvements The above three tracts of land are located on n good turnpike road live and u half miles from FrunW prt For terms apply to L BMARSHALL CO BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS WITH lurge ground known ns the Orphans Homo This I j ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF property on Third street South Side property will be put In thorough repair us soon 1 I three rooms Apply to as rented 100 acres of land with mbderate Improvements CO Agts L B MARSHALL 20 ucres of land of tine quality with Ilrst class Farms For Sale Farm For Sale Frnnkfort lying between the Owen ton and Peaks Mill turn due roads containing DR WM MORRIS FARM 5 MILES Agents FnOM Jeweler variety at Holiday novolties in endless Coppersmiths the 15 tf Tobacco Land ACRES SALE HAVE WEfresh landFOR argepurt04 of whichOF GOOD Is ready a n C3SO tracts Is offered and all worn out take BROWNS IRON BITTEFS If you feel weak for sale as u whole or lutwo or more The Improvements conMsc of one resl for tobucvo this year There Is a residence and deuce three tenement three tobacco barns two tobacco burnti on the premises In order to This is one of the best located farms In Franklin soil quick we will offer this property ut a bargain county and would make a very desirable country home For terms Ac apply to L B Marshall Apply to CO L B MARSHALL Co agents 236 Main St Frankfort Ky r BrWWHW1 TO T Y Tp W v J I A Mll Illv W T5 THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR M A SELBERT ntftnntTtiTttimvfttvmtfymTfvi itevV JWJ- -- 1 -- w 5 I1 M V irr- 4 both offices and the latter because was not nesday the following Board of Direct he the city an owner of real estate as charter requires ors wore elected for the ensuing Councilman Furr was made chairyear man pro tem and an election was E H Taylor jr J U Weitzel R then held to fill the vacancy in the D Armstrong Geo Salender W C board occasioned by the failure of Lutkemeier Jonn Meagher and John Mr Brislan to qualify Welch Mr M P Gray was unanimously Immediately after the adjournment ohosen election of the stockholders meeting the applauseand histhe body received an from Â¬ Board ofDirectors qualified and elect The election of a member in the ed the following officers place of Mr Reock was postponed John Meagher President E H The election of a President was Taylor jr Vice President John W then declared in order and Mr 0 0 Pruett Cashier Furr and Mr Ben Milam were nomi Â¬ STATE NATIONAL BANK nated and on the first and second At a meeting of stockholders of ballots each received four votes Mr the State National Bank held at their Furrs name by his request was banking house in this city Wednes- withdrawn and Oapt Milam was de- Â¬ day the following directors was clared unanimously the President of elected to serve for the ensuing year the board General Fayette Hewitt L 0 Nor- Â¬ The race for the clerkship the best man H P Mason S B Mason H office within the gift of the council JRingold W L Pence R K McOlure next came up The candidates were Messrs Ohas H F Duncan W F Dandridge C E G Payne A B Hammond Thos L Hoge J W Gayle J W Gaines and Wiard and T J Todd Mr Todd 0 E Ellwanger Immediately after the stockholders won on the first ballot the voting remeeting the directors held a meeting sulting Todd 5 Payne 1 Wiard 2 Tho treasurers race was a more ex And elected the following officers General Fayette Hewitt President oiting contest three ballots being H P Mason Vice President Ohas necessary to a choice The candidates were Messrs W P E Hoge Cashier and Jacob Swigert Hudson sr Frank W Keys A H Teller McOlure and Oapt Ed Drane The GAS COMPANYS MEETING bollots stood At the meeting of the stockholders 1 2 Mc First of the Frankfort Gas and Electric Olure 3 ballot Hudson Keys Drane 2 Light Company held at their office Second ballot Hudson 0 Keys 3 Wednesday night the following directors and officers were elected to McClure 3 Drane 2 Third ballat Hudson 0 Keys 2 serve for the ensuing year McOlure 5 Drane 1 Directors D W Lindsey Pat Mc Donald J B Hendrick Wm Lindsay Mr McOlure was thereupon declared the treasurer and E L Samuel The election of an assessor clerk The directors elected the following bridge and work house keeper was officers immediately after the ad- Â¬ journment of the stockholders meet- postponed Mr Watson introduced a resolution that the tax books re ing D W Lindsey President E L main in the hands of the treasurer Samuel Secretary and Treasurer E until February 3 and lhat the treas urer bo authorized to receive and reC Hathaway Superintendent The regular semi annual dividend ceipt for all taxes without penalty It was adopted of 3 per cent was declared Mr Furr proposed for nomination the following police and fire com misJustly Entitled to It sioned who were acccepted by the Dr Hales Household Cough Cure council S R Smith George A Lewis J B Is iustly entitled to the praise it is re ceiving Wherever introduced it has Hendrick R W MoRery V Berber proven itself the most reliable reme ich D W Lindsey J L Waggoner dy known for the oure of ooughs J M Todd and J W Milam olds hoarseness whooping cough bronchitis soreness of the lungs and From this list the Mayor will seloot every kind of a cough from a simple the board Marshal B B Jeffors was cold to incipient consumption sworn into office and filed his bond Purely vegetable Always reliable and effective For sale at 25 and with A G Jeffors John 0 Noel and 50 cents per bottle at P H Oabpen S J Salyers as security whioh was approved tebs drug store The oounoil adjourned to meet next THE CITY COUNCIL Tuesday night when tho President will have his standing oommitteos The New Members Sworn in and and the Mayor his selection of the Organize the Board police and fire commissioners ready Seven of the nine new members of for announcement the City Oounoil assembled at the Mr William T Price a Justice of oounoil chamber Tuesday night and the Peace at Riohland Nebraska were duly sworn into office by the was confined to his bed last winter City Clerk Ohas G Payne with a severe attack of lumbago but There was a large crowd of on a thorough application of Chamber lookers interested in the distribution lains Pain Balm enabled him to got Prlco says of tho offioial orumbs The names of up and go to work Mr recommendThe remedy cannot be the sevon members are ed too highly Let any one First Ward 0 0 Furr Jaoob Swi troubled with rheumatism nouralgia or lame back givo it a trial and they gort will bo ono of tho same opinion CO Second Ward - Ohas L Ellwanger cent bottlos for saloTy J W Gayle John E Miles druggist Third Ward B C Milam H H Watson R K McClure At Meetings of Stockholders of Mr John Brislan and Mr George Banks and Gas Company Reock failed to qualify as members of the board the former by reason of FBANKFORT NATIONAL BANK an appointment as trustee of the jury At the stockholders meeting of the Frankfort National Bank held at fund which makes him ineligible for ANNUAL ELECTIONS their banking house in this city Wed- Â¬ Â¬ Guaranteed Cure for Piles or whatever kind or degree External Internal Blind or Bleeding Itching Chronic Recent or eredltary This Remedy has positively never been known to fall 100 a box 6 boxes for 500 sent by mull pre Â¬ paid on receipt of price A written Guarantee nosltlvelr elven to each purchaser of six boxes when purchased at one time to refuno the 500 paid if not cured Guarantee Issued by J W GAYLK CO Drug Â¬ GAYLE and LKC0MPTE gists and Sole Agents Frankfort Ky Call for sample Janl6ly A i cgpLE r CORE MR CARLISLE j Cw JAPANESE Top Drawer GENERAL Kentucky Central Railway BLUB GRASS RtpTJTB Shortestand Quickest rytttetroui The house on Tuesday by a vote of 52 to 41 passed the Carroll bill ap prlating 100000 for Kentucky display Worlds Fair Appropriation CENTRAL NORTH EAST KJKJXTTJCK AND Y TO ALL JOINT Will Resign and the Vacancy in the Senate Will Bo Sought After by Many now that Hon John G Carlisle will accept the place of Sec- Â¬ retary of the Treasury in the Cabinet of President Cleveland and that his resignation as Senator from Ken Â¬ tucky will soon be filed with the Governor Of course the question of who will be his successor has set all the polit- Â¬ ical wiseacres going The candidates are said to be numerous nearly a great man named for each of the Congressional districts While many will doubtless obtain a few votes merely as a compliment from their district Representatives there is It appears Â¬ KASTLINE BETWEEN ing of the ice gorge Friday and Sun an im LEXINGTON AND CINCINNATI day at Cincinnati occasioned mense loss of coal estimated at not dClEDULE IN EFFECT NOV 15TE 1891 The towboat less than 325000 George Mathesbn was also crushed No and sunk The price of coal in con South Bound Nol No5 Accom3 Daily Daily Ex sun sequence of the loss was advanced Daily Express last Hue Ex Sun one dollar a ton Lottery Casks The arguments LveUluclnnatl in the lottery cases before the Court LveCovington 810am 8 00pm 2 55pm 818am 8 U8pm 302pui Appeals were made on Tuesday of Falmouth 46am y lbpm 43bpm Cynthiana I043ani 9 6Juni 536pm by Commonwealths Attorney Frank Arr Paris 1118am 1023pm 610pm Lexington muuu 11 00pm 7 00pm Parsons of Louisville and Major D 615pm1 1125am W Sanders for the lotteries and on Lve Paris 660pm ArrWinchester 1210nn Wednesday by Attorney General Lve Winchester 1240pm 7 06pm 800pm Hendrick for the State and Senator Arr Richmond 135pm 135pm Lve Richmond 205pm Lve Berea John G Carlisle for the lotteries ArrLivingston 305pm The cases were submitted 315pm Lve Livingston Â¬ Â¬ U at the Worlds Fair Cincinnati Ice Gorge The break- Â¬ WEST SOUTHWEST Â¬ Friday of last week it was supposed that Wm H Pope the absconding bank teller of the Louisville City National Bank had been caught at Starke Florida but Mr James A Leech the Vice President of tho bank who made the trip there to indentify him failed on Sunday to do it and ordered the release of the unknown captive Â¬ Louisvilles Bank Embezzler LveMlddlesbh ArrCnmbUap Lve Corbln Lve Wllllasbg Lve London Arr Corbln Lve Corbln Lve Barbrville Lve Pluevllle 4 50pm 6 52pm 6 41pm 4iupm 500pm Lvo Lancaster Arr Stanford Arr Jellico Lve Richmond 735pm 7 65pm 4 60pra 6 45pm B 20pm 150pm 4 45pm 520pm No 2 Dally w 4 North Boutin hardly any doubt that the race will narrow down to such formidable candidates as Governor Brown Judge William Lindsay Gov McCreary Gov S B Buckner if he should run or Gov J Proctor Knott Hon Cassius M Olay Jr and Hon Wil- ExSun nailr Express No C Dally ExSun Â¬ Strength and Health If you are not feeling strong and healthy try Electric Bitters If Â¬ ter to determine but the belief liam J Stone Who will get it is a difficult matter pre- Â¬ Â¬ vails among the knowing ones that Judge Lindsays chances are better than all This would be according hpnor to a citizen of Frankfort whose ability as a lawyer is acknowledged LaGrippe has left you weak and weary use Electric Bitters This ArrCorMn remedy acts directly on Liver LveCumbGap Stomach and Kidneys gently aiding Lve Mldiilesbh those organs to perform their func- Â¬ Lve Pliieyille tions If you are afflicted with Siok Lve Barbrville ArrCorbln Headache you will find speedy and LvoCorbin Lve London iiernament relief by taking Electric Bitters One trial will convince you Arr Livingston hat this is the remedy you need Lve Livingston Lve Berea Large bottles only 50c at Phil Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Carpenters Drug Store a Lancaster g Arr Richmond Lve Jellico i Lve Wlllladbg g Lve Stanford - 7 05aiH 7 00am 1Q ifoun ag Hot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ among the greatest at the bar and whose reputation as a jurist has a standing in the country the equal of the most eminent It is probable that Frankfort therefore will appreciate the situation and unite in the en- Â¬ deavor to secure this high tribute for one of her most distinguished citizens River vs Rail The Louisville Post of Thursday contained the following editorial pertinent to the question of coal and the speedy completion of the Kentucky river improvement which is now reoeiving the attention of the Â¬ 05am 1115am 12 10nn 1241pm 6 05am 1241pm ArrWlncnester 6 55am 135pm Lve Winchester 7 10am 1 55pm Arr Paris 745am 227pm 7 00am 2 00pm 3 45pm Lve Lexington 7 53ara 237pm 4 25pm Arr Paris Lve Cynthiana 8 21am 3 07pm 4 48pra Lve Falmouth 923am 4 01pm 630pm Arr Covington 1064am 635pm 637pm Arr Cincinnati 1100am 545pm 645pm 11 9 tfaml 10 Huml 50am a 35am 6 Mam 6 58am 7 47am 8 35am 9 25am h 45am iJ v at Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH North Bound Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington Lve Lexington Lve Paris Arr Millersburg Arr Carlisle Arr Johnson Arr Slaysville No 10 No xa Ex Sun 2 Â¬ Â¬ Dr Halos Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink whioh posi- Â¬ tively cures dyspepsia liver com Â¬ plaints and all kidney diseases One dose a day taken at bed time 25 and 50 cts does the business package Get it to day at P H Â¬ Â¬ aepenters drug store For Ront Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- LadieB and gentlemen suffering For terms apply B Lindsey with throat and lung difficulties to 18 tf call at our store for a bottle of Ottos Oure which we are distributing free Big Excitement in Town of charge and we can confidently recommend it as a superior remedy ton 10 Cincinnati Colds Nol Runs dally Over the remarkable euros by the for Ooughs and all Bronchitis Consumption diseases of the No 4 Runs daily from all stations except the grandest specific of the ago Aunt throat Rowland Division which Is dally except Sunday It Fannys Health Restorer which acts cough and lungs than will stop a No 56 Dally dally except Sunday any known No runs except Sunday between Cinas a natural laxative stimulates the remedy quiokor guarantee it to cure cinnati and Lexington We will digOBtivo organs regulates tho liver you No 16 Paris and Lexington Accommodation If your children and kidneys and is natures great whooping cough it is have oroup or dally Leaves Lexington 1000a m Arrives Paris sure to givo 10 6 a m healer and noalth ronewer Leaves instant relief Dont delay but get No 7 If you have Kidney Liver or Blood a trial bottle free Largo sizo 50c Cincinnati Falmouth Accommodation Falmouth 515 p in Arrives Disorder do not delay but call at Sold by Chapman 705 p m dully except Sunday Williams No 8 Leaves Falmouth 6 a in Arrives CinChapman Williams drug store for a 40 cinnati 765 a in dully oxcept Sunday free trial paokage Largo sizo 50o Noaluud 8 make connections at wlnohes ter M V Ry E D 46 for points on tho NN Solid Silver Novelties at Cop Â¬ No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all n Children Cry for PitcWs Castorla persmiths 15 tf termedlatesutlonsandrum dally Julia Blakemore to The new two story frame dwelling house of 8 rooms beside attio and bath room on the north side of Second stroot between Shelby and Main streets the property of Miss citizens Years ago the city of Louisville voted railroad taxes upon itself in order that it might always have oheap coal and not bo dependent upon the uncertain river Yet when the river freezes the price of Kentucky coal advances to a ruinous figure It is easily demonstrated that the rail- Â¬ roads can bring coal here and sell it at 8 cents per bushel and still make a fair profit but when river competition ceases the price is quickly doubled It is hard to understand ex- Â¬ actly what Louisville gained by giv- Â¬ ing millions to these coal roads Â¬ Ex Sun 7 00 Daily pm 688pm 840am 700pm 9 34am 764pra 1010am 830pra 7 55 nm 8 18am pm am 520pm 302 615 55pa South Bound LveMaysville Lve Johnson Lve Carlisle LveMillersburg Arr Paris Arr Lexington Arr Covington Arr Cincinnati S B KNOTT No 9 Daily Ex Sun B No it Ex Sua Wanted am 227 pm am 320pm 7 15am 8 45pm 7 40 am 410pm 828am 700pm 10 64 a m 37pm 11 00 am 6 45 pm C 20 6 67 6 60 am 160pm John P ATMORE 5en Pass Agt General Offices Louisville Ky S F B MORSK Asst Oenl Pass Agt Office Chamberof ComnierceBldg Cincinnati O No 1 Dally to nil points except Rowland Divi Â¬ sion wblch Is dally except Sunday No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from Lexing Â¬ Trafllo Manager Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e 4 oxm I ESaaKBmaJBffiS388m3HX7 20 ESSraKCKEBIEHWi KHtMK2nEmCiSnEfl CrEUE34kiar SACRIFICE TjTI I FOR CHSH ONLY ORSibSKigraK3K33H Nothing Like It Ever In The City Before WOIt 1 of 7500000 Mi Stioes Furnisning MS Â¬ I marked in plain figures and positively one price SHOES SHOES SHOES To be thrown on the market at prices which will as tonish the public This sale begins SATURDAY MORNING THE TTH at 9 oclock Every article CLOTHING 75 Furnishing and Hats Mens 1260 pair of ladies rubbers only cash 19 cents for 2 childrens suits age 4 to 10 years go at 99 200 childrens school shoes sizes 7 to gioo sold for 5125 to 135 180 ladies kid shoes go at go at 100 sold for 150 15 65 pair of ladies full stock calf shoes go at sold for 150 75 pair of ladies Dongola shoes common sense and opera toe sold at 5200 and 225 goat 50 cash only 5iooo cents for cash only 21 childrens overcoats age 5 to 8 years go at 85 cents for cash only 75 mens long ulsters were 56oo and 57 00 all go at 5450 for cash only All our mens 51250 and 51500 overcoats go at All our mens 5ioo undershirts and drawers a suit now go at 75 cents gray sold for 5i8ooto 52200 overcoats go at 51500 All our 52500 and 53000 overcoats go at 52000 On our front table we have stacked about 300 mens suits sold for 51200 to 5i6oo all go at All of our Bennett Berards ladies boots sold for 55 00 and 600 all go at 399 cash only One large lot of ladies grain button shoes sold for 5125 and 150 go in this sale for 100 One large lot of mens shoes sold for 5150 go in this sale at 5ioo and 5125 125 to fine button 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 of childrens 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 15 dozen childrens stockings go at only 5 cents 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 5700 all go in this sale at 5500 Hats and Caps One lot of boys caps go at 5 cents All our mens full stock calf shoes sold for 5300 and 5350 go in this sale at 5250 One large lob of boys shoes that sold for 5150 to 5i75 go at 5125 56oo 5650 and as no One large lot of mens caps assorted colors at 25 cents sold at 50 and 75 cents One large lot of mens stiff hats blacks go at 5125 sold for 5250 go Remember these prices are for CASH goods will be charged or taken back fashionable CRUTCHER STARK 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