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A Ki to ri The Ebankfobt Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher - A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KT JANUARY 21 WEEK 189 TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XVI- Number 20 Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report FIRES DURING THE J L T i V IP S V I4V f ft R Monday morning the boxing around MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY to the tank at the Old Crow distillery caught fire and threatened to do conbuE fortunatey siderable damage the engineer Win Jones discovered it in time to cut the plank away and save the distillery from destruction Monday night an alarm was turned in from box 12 at the corner of Mr direct supervision of the ministers of all tho churches in the city the Henry Williams grocery on the South Side The fire department mayor and city council promptly responded but on their BLESSED IS HE THAT CON We ask for donations of clothing for women and children especially arrival at the scene of the blaze SIDERETH THE POOR The need is great for all kinds of which was nothing more than the An Organization of Citizens for help and above all things it should burning out of a chimney at Mr Our buyer will leave in a few days for New York and to make room their Systematic Work in This He that George Berrys residence be given immediately for Spring purchases we must reduce our present stock assistance was not necessary It was Direction Let giveth quickly giveth twice For thirty days we will offer Special Low all receive the members of the solic extinguished without any loss Prices on our entire line of In filth and hope the world will disagree iting committee kindly when they Tuesday morning about the break- Â¬ But all mankinds concern is charity call and respond generously to their fast hour the handsome new resi- city has a charity or- Â¬ appeal At last the dence on Second street of Mrs Ann ganization to provide systematically A number of irentlemen made the Morris and her daughter Miss for the deserving poor It has been proposition that a charity concert Emma was in great danger of de- Â¬ needed for a long time for impostors be given to night and it was ac- Â¬ struction Smoke was discovered so thoroughly worked the city cepted with thanks and preparations issuing from beneath and around a have heretofore as to make the most to that end immediately put under tiled hearth and the ladies of the charitably disposed citizens suspi- way The committee having charge house sent for Capt Headley their cious but the extremely cold weather of the concert are Rev E A Penick next door neighbor to come to their which appears to have taken a death Dr Win Baxter Mr WicklifTe Chap- Â¬ assistance Capt Headley however grip in this latitude produced such man Mr Vernon L Clark and Rev had not yet arisen from bed and no Each de- Â¬ widespread suifering among tne poor Dr J McOlusky Blayney prof other man at the time was near enough Dont miss this opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains partment complete with new and strictly first class goods generous outburst of Wayland Graham has the direction to be of anv service in extinguishing as to cause a sympathy and assistance from all the of the musical programme which in- - the blaze before ifc could make any benevolent people in the city In order sures the success of the entertain- - headway Mrs and Miss Morrip n that the good work might be made ment in an artistic point of view and their extremity were exerting them more effective and the efforts be suc- Â¬ ic is now with the citizens who have 8elves to tear down tne mantle anrl cessfully directed to those in actual been blessed with an abundance to take UP the hearth but the work re distress a meeting was held at the respond liberally to the movement luired stronger and more dexterous State Library Monday to complete anrl aid in mnkiniHt an fintml mmc am lmnds which happily were furnished a charity organization The meet-Â¬ flnnnciallv Tho tickets are nlaced soon after in the person of Mr ing was attended by the pastors of all at flftv cents Amontr those who Richard Tyre who chanced to be He easily ac tne nouse the churches members of the city W aUn nnnrrfhnfpfl fn P council and the Humane Society and Ua COmplislied the work and the ladies lr nf ohnrlfv nro th W A a great many others interested in the TVTrH TVTnrv of the neighboring houses supplied 51 flRA balnea rinmnnnv cause boketB of water to ex Thomas Col he George Darsie was made Hendrick Mrs Landon Rev tinguish the flames The fire had Mrs Mary Brown E Polk Temporary President and Mr Ben Day Mr Johnson its origin in a defective construction Ben T Farmer the minis- T Farmer Temporary Secretary ters of all the churches and numer- Â¬ of the box that held the hearth and On motion of Mr B 0 Milam the the loss in the damage done to the following regular officers of the ous others fine mantle and hearth will be about Recovers His Speech Humane Society were declared the 100 It will not fall on the owner of permanent officers of the Charitable the property however as the house Alphonue Hempling of Summit Society viz township Butler Co Penn made an was insured President E Polk Johnson Vice affidavit that his twelve-year-olson Mr Tom Fletchers house in Belle Pres Pastors of various Churches who had had St Vitus Dance for point caught fire Tuesday but was Secretary and General Manager B twelve years lost his speech was extinguished before much damage cured after T Farmer Treasurer A W Over- Â¬ j completely Dr Miles using three was done Restorative bottles of ton Directors L Mangan W S j Nervine and also recovered his Dehoney J E Miles Dr S E James apceuii JUUUBUUUB loauuy iu v un Â¬ All Along tho Line derfill cures from using it for ner- Â¬ and Prof McHonry Rhoads nervous vous diseases dyspepsia The following soliciting committee debility dullness confusion of mind Is hoard praise of Dr Hales House o Four doses of this hold Ointment Mrs I S Jacobs of three men and seven ladies one headache Church was then ap- Â¬ Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns of Farmington Maine writes that from each South Bend Ind who had been she suffered five years with varicose pointed viz suffering with constant headaohe for veins and two running sores on her W H Sneed M P Gray and D 0 three months Trial bottle and ele- Â¬ leg and was Completely cured by its D S Fillery Salisbury Vt gant book free at J W Gayles use Crutch er and 4 We cannot live without it writes Baptist Church Miss LenaKirtley it relieves my sister of asthma at First Presbyterian Church Mrs MR B F FIRESTONE once it cures a burn or a hurt of any Mary Hawkins 1 Under date kind almost instantly Methodist Church Mrs Jno E Fell Wednesday Broke His Leg of May 30 1892 R H Simpson Lt Roy N Y writes I used Hales Miles and Died From the Ointment for rheumatism throe Second Presbyterian Church Miss Shook years ago and have not been troubled Mag Russell since It is the finest ointment in Wednesday morning Mr B F the world for general use 25c and Miss Mannie Christian Church Firestone the well known saddler 50c per box For sale by P H Car Powell penter 4 Catholic Church Miss Carrie VVeit who had been lame from his zel youth caused by white swelling For Rent Miss Jennie in stepping out of his door to Episcopal Church turn the water on at his hydrant Duvnll Tho new two story frame dwelling B T Far slipped and fell to the ground and house of 8 rooms beside attic and It was ordered that Mr llmlMliM VWlJHwIII51F5iT 3 illlrJralmi mer at the United States Express hroke his lame leg The shock wnsoatn room on tne nortn sido o second street between sneiby and office bo the authorized agent to re- Â¬ so great to his nervous system as to Main streets the property of Miss ceive all donations of money cloth cause his death a few hours after the Julia Blakemore For terms apply ing food to John B Linijsky c and to expend the same accident 18 tf to the best advantage Mr Firestone who was fifty six The following address to the peo- years of age has been a resident Miles Norve and Liver Pills ple of the city relating to the work here for thirty years and his high of the organization was then pre Â¬ character won for him a large circle Act on a new principle regulating of warm friends who were deeply the liver stomach ana bowels though pared for publication Dr We request the cessation entirely pained to learn of the sad ocourance the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness of promiscuous charity referring all He was a prominent Odd Follow and bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ such to the central organization his body was attended to the grave tion Splendid for men women and where the cases will be at once inves Â¬ by the members of that order children Smallest mildest surest A wife and a daughter Mrs Robert 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at tigated by the officers of tho society 15 1 y and the needy promptly rendered Hicks of Louisville are left to mourn J W Gayles Frankfort Ky their loss assistance LA DIGS Wo appeal to all our citizens that Needing a tonic or children who want budd- Tho Most Pleasant Way In up should take they co operate with this organiza Â¬ IlKOWNS IKON BITTEUS Of preventing the grippe colds tion in the noble work of relieving It is jikimnt cures Mulariii IndlCMlo want and aid it in centralizing the headaches and fevers is to use the Hilloiunes Liver Complaints and Neurulji charities of our city so that the du Â¬ liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Pigs Tho largest oolleotion of Sou plicating of donations bo avoided whenever the system needs a gentle will keep a complete yet offootive cleansing To bo bene Â¬ vonir Spoons 6ver brought to Tho Secretary record of all persons needing assist Â¬ fited one must got the true remedy Frankfort at Coppersmiths 15 tf ance how and when supplied also a manufactured by the California Fig recordof all donations from whom Syrup Co only For sale by all drug o Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria given This work is under tho gist In 50o and 1 bottles Bakin At Old Crow George Berrys Mrs Ann Morris and Tom Fletch Â¬ ers Residences HOWBB SCOTT Â¬ FRAZH Powde P ABSOLUTELY PURE CHABITY Great Bargains for 30 Days In House Furnishings Â¬ Â¬ Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies I Brower Scott Frazees Wlv Carpets Furaiture Wall Paper and Draperies MAIN AND BROADWAY Lexington Ky I I nef j I DOWN SHE GOES PP d Ice Creepers Weather Strips Shovels Lanterns Goal Hods j Glass I lilt 1 IJflJl 1 j i i Hardware Merchant Â¬ f WQ99RXCrcirV if J Â¬ i Jl j nvT feSF Tyfiwxfj 2 -- l j TT1 Wall Paper cents and upward Steel Nails per keg 190 base Wire Nails per key 195 base T s T Cutlery Chains Harness Collars IRON ROOFING Window Glass 80 per cent off list Door Locks complete 20 cents Fad Locks 10 cents Sherwin Williams Mixed Paints St 45 per gallon Germinia Mixed Paint Si 10 per gallon W Family Paints 15 cent S Buggy Whips to cents and upward We invite our friends and the public to call on us if they wish to save money oh goods in our liny rse Shoes S3 80 per keg Trace Chains per pair 35 cents Hunts Axes 60 cents Hunts No Hatchets 45 cents Distons Hand Saws 110 Alabastine 2- cents per package Boys Saddles 235 Bridle Hits 15 cents Buggy Harness 650 iRidirg Bridles 65 cents He 1 - M1LBURN I 1ST Gr s 4 WIW XT WIRE 1 WAGONS Oils T C cents Varnish Guns Brushes Large Sissal Rope 3 cents per pound Shot 6xi cents per pound Best Firmer Chisels 5 cents up Carriage Bolts per package 70 per cent off Rock Salt 60 cfnts per 100 pound Diamond Dye 5 cents per package Patent and Plain Grate Baskets 4 and 4J per pound Sewer Pipe yd per cent- off Outside Blinds 50 and 5 off - Blacksmiths and Wagon Materials Troy Slurries Tnrortli Belting 175 for 145 All goods sold on time Sash and Doors Paper Shades Crockery Iron Shot Shells Cartridges charged at regular price etc at the reduced prices Cor Main and Lewis Streets Personals Miss Maggie Brent is visiting relaÂ¬ Q COLLINS chant who has the congratulations of his many friends in this city Ayers Fitzhuqh Miss Daisy Fitz hugh society editor of the Lexington Leader and a young lady of many attainments who formerly lived in this city will be married next Thurs day in Lexington to Mr Edward F Ayers a young attorney of Wash ington Oity Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BFSO Opposite the Farmers Bank Judge P U Major wont to Carroll ton Monday to attend cqurt Mrs A S Herbert Â¬ of Burlington tives in Pniia visiting her dauuhter Mrs Iowa is Miss Carrie Selbert went to Cincin Win Neal on the South Side nati Tuesday Misses Etta Willis of Richmond Mrs Wm Lindsay made a short trip and Lyde Terry of Bridgeport visitt6 Louisville this week ed Miss Alma Schofleld this week Mrs Cook Means of Ashland iB visiting friends in this city Mrs M J Dudley of Covington Is visiting Mrs VV P Dandridge Miss Jennie Gaines went to Cincin- Â¬ nati Wednesday to visit friends Mr Finley Bush of Louisville was BARGAIN Chairs Oak Oak Oak former price OfttLaLaa Now Â¬ rK iiV r Li- w VV fc fc It ft S b Misses Maggie J and Louisa Daniel 1600 13CO visited Miss Mary Lucas of Spring Walnut Wright Brady Mr William C 2000 2466 Station and returned home Monday Wright and Miss Lydia Brady daugh Â¬ Mr and Mrs John R Proctor have Mr H WBrady were granted rooms at the residence of Mrs James ter of a license Wednesday to marry The Now former price Cherrv 7006 8500 W Tate on Shelby street South ceremony was performed in Louis Â¬ Walnut 6500 5500 Side ville Thursday Oak 5006 In the city YVedneda- - attending the Mrs T H Locke and Miss Fidelia Manly Wise Thursday a license Walnut 1600 1400 Locke of Louisville after a visit of was granted to Mr Wm D Manly to Superior Court 1 Ash 00 900 Mrs M L Todd of marry Miss Bettie Wise both of Mr Egbert Stephens and his bride several weeks to to their homes Peaks Mill formerly Miss Maud Wilson arrived Bellepoint returned Saturday home yesterday Now 300 CO Mahogany former price 35000 How to Cure a Cold The Lexington Leader of this week Mr Arthur Armstrong was present Walnut 10000 1500 at the Jillson Ward wedding Wednes- refers to the following young ladies Simply take Ottos Oure Wo know Birch 10000 8500 of this city day in Cincinnati of its astonishing cures and that it Oak 12500 10000 any Frankfort is Miss Judith Miss Maud Kirk after a visit to spending this Drane of in New York will stop a cough quicker than winter known remedy Miss Nellie Orbison returned home with her brother Paul and is devot- Â¬ If you have Asthma Bronchitis ing herself to the cultivation of her Consumption or any disease of the to Covington Tuesday Now 9000 Turkish Suit former price 1000 throat and lungs a few doses of thisÂ¬ Hon Henry Dixon of Henderson vplce great guaranteed remedy will sur Mahogany 10000 8750 Another Kentucky beauty who is the guest of his sister Mrs Brown tracted attention in New York Oityat prise you Oak is 6500 5500 tryjitcallat our store If you at the Executive Mansion Mrs George L Willis until a few on Main wish toand we will be pleased Oak 5500 4500 street Miss Annie Field of Louisville is weeks ago Miss Ruth Stanton of to furnish you a bottle free of cost All other goods will be included and the sale will continue until we on It is visiting Mrs Snively at Dr U V Frankfort tour said that when therethe and that will prove our assertion people stopped on her bridal make room for our Spring Stock Chapman Williams 45 Williams on the South Side streets to gaze at her so beautiful Mr and Mrs Allen after a visit to was she On one occasion when she LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ opera attired in u at KET Mr and Mrs George Berry returned appeared gown the herglowingloveliness blue silk Jtui21 ly home to New York Saturday attracted much attention Foulfc a DURRETT photographer of New PURNISHKD BYGLOVEU fashionable Mrs Pattie Ashurstof Georgetown York Oity was so struck with her LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE the Consul of this country at Tama is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs great beauty that he requested her tave Madagascar of the death on to sit to him lor a picture Sales on our market for the week June 6th last of V F Crockett a John Marshall on the South Side justclosed amountto 3210 hhds with Misses Alice and May Lounsbury receipts for the same period of 2723 native of Kentucky The legal rep- Â¬ Social Events of Stamford Connecticut are visiting hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ resentatives of the deceased who- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 6934 hhds Sales ever they may bo are requested to Jbheir sister Mrs W P Hudson jr Misses Minnie Gloro and Kittie of the crop of 1891 on our market to apply to the State Department for S10 Mrs L 0 Kendall has gone south af B7IYT3aVVrAwVV lttWlH Gorman were entertained Monday date 16828 hhds 0 spend the winter in company with AILES The receipts and sales of the new further information MILES Mrs C 0 Spalding and children evening by Mr and Mrs Dick Ander- Â¬ burley crop have been large again A -- WMaw A large this week son on the South Side A Horrible Railroad Accident The market has been W vSUSftM6ffiBR fSAV Miss Kate Green will go to Green- Â¬ were present on very active throughout the week number of friends ville Miss next week to spend the with some advance in prices on the Is daily chronic in our papers also occasion with her sister Mrs George the Paul Drane son of Judge Geo common and medium grades the the death of some dear friend who llTlii lili IrllW WaSjMMBIWilCt MfflWH winter Mr bettor gradeB of new burley reached has died with Consumption whereas Alexander C Drane of this city has been pro as high as 2100 per hundred during if he or she had taken Ottos Oure THE SHORTEST TO Vice President elect A E Steven- Â¬ moted to the responsible position of the week The common and medium for Throat and Lung disease in time grades of old burleyshow a recent ad- Â¬ life would have been rendered happi Â¬ Â¬ son of Illinois was in the city Wed- the managing editor of the New vance of from 1 to 2 per hundred Heed the nesday night to call on his particular York Weekly Sun Mr Drane has The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ er and perhaps saved warning If vou have a cough or Miiklug direct connections in Central Union friend ex Governor Knott who is at shown marked ability in the news Â¬ resent our market for new burley to any affection of the Throat or Lungs Depot for baoco 1892 crop on the South Side his home call at Chapman Williams and get paper profession and it is easy to Trash dark or damaged a trial bottle free Large size 50c St Louis Chicago Buffalo Can- Â¬ Mr M B Morton who was former- Â¬ predict that he will climb to the 5 50 3 50 tobacco 45 ada New England New 8 00 ly the correspondent of the Courier top before many more years pass Common Colory trash 5 50 Medium to good colory York Boston Journal in this city the first of the over his head Electric Bitters 10 00 8 trash session of the Legislature has return Â¬ Miss Lou Walby after a visit to the Common lugs not colory 7 00 THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST TO This remedy is becoming so 00fi 8 00 ed from Louisville to resume his Mjsses Hughes on the Sputh Side re Â¬ Common Colory lugs 10 00 well 8 00 known and so popular as to Harrodsburg Louisville Frank jvork turned home to Lexingion Wednes- Â¬ Medium to good colory 10 00 12 00 need no special mention All lugs fort Kentucky Hon James B McCroary and Hon day Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 0T who have used Electric Bitters Wm J Stone are in the city to can Â¬ SHOltTKST AND QUIGKKriT LINK TO 10 00 sing the same song of praise 14 00 Medium to good leaf Mr Wm R Griffith of OwenBboro 16 00 20 00 Good to fine leaf vass their Senatorial prospects Hon is here visiting his friends A purer medicine does not exist Select or wrappery Casslus M Clay jr abandoned hope 20 00 23 00 and it is guaranteed to do all that tobacco Mr Lee Cohen went to Louisville in that direction and returned to his is claimed Electric Bitters will Solid tnuna uaggage Cars biuoklng Cars Da Wednesday to attend the wedding of home in Paris Shortsightedness cure all diseases of the Liver and Coaches Pullman Ooudolr SleenarH through his brother Dr Saml H Cohen without change via Chattanooga Birm Miss Buelah Olore of Henderson will remove Pimples ingham Meridian muklng direct con- Â¬ To waste your money on vile dirty Kidneys after a visit to Miss Clara Moore nection enrouto for Knoxvlllo in- Â¬ Boils Salt Rheum and other affec- Â¬ Mr William Price watery mixtures compounded Aahevllle und tuo Sherley of Louisville arrived Mon Â¬ the Peace at TRichlanda Justice of experienced persons when youby Nebraska have tions caused by impure blood day to visit Mrs Sum Steele on was confined to his bed last winter the opportunity of testing Ottos Will drive Malaria from the sys Â¬ with a severe attack of lumbago but OUro free of charge Why will you Wapping street a thorough application of Chamber Â¬ continue to irritate your and tem and prevent as well as cure all At Chattanooga for Mr George Coleman of Mt Ster lains Pain Balm enabled him to get lungs with that terrible throat For cure of hacking Malarial fevers ling who at one time resided here as up and go to work Mr Price says cough when Chapman Williams Headache Constipation and Indi- Â¬ Atlanta Charleston Augusta Ma Â¬ The remedy cannot be recommend- Â¬ will furnish you a free sample bottle N Railroad an employe in the L En- Â¬ con Savannah Brunswick Let any one of this great guaranteed remedy gestion try Electric Bitters office was in the city the first of the ed too highly or troubled with rheumatism neuralgia Hold a bottle of Ottos Oure to the tire satisfaction guaranteed Thomasville and Fiorina week visiting his brother Mr John or lame hack give it a trial and they light and observe its beautiful golden money efunded Price 50 cts Points Coleman will be one of the same opinion 60 color and thick heavy syrup Lar per bottle at South Side cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle gest packages and purest goods and Palace Hleoping Cars to Jacksonville without Mrs Jennie Ohinn wife of Dr druggist drug store 45 Large bottle 50c change Quick time to Selma und Montgom Carpknter Olem Ohinn who is wintering in P H ery Uuntavlllo Decatur Florence Mem 5 phis uud Solid Silver Novelties at Cop Â¬ Jackson Georgia for his health was Matrimonial C Bhoa Mrs B 15 tf here a few days this week to visit her persmiths children who upon her return ac Â¬ Jillson Ward On Wednesday in Of Milford Neb says she suffered Direct connections made ut New Orleans without Top Drawer companied her to the Doctors place Cincinnati at the homo of the bride greatly from a complication of dis omnibus transfer at for latveston Houston of sojourn Mrs Ohinn says that Mr R B JillBon jr of this city to eases of fomalo weakness and llvor GENERAL MEXICO TEX15 MD her husbands health is greatly im Â¬ Miss Ada F Ward a young lady of and kidney troubles Hor health was A Kentuckian Dead The State fully restored by using Dr Hales proved and that lie has gained as many superior personal and mental The onlr through line to much an ten pounds They are qharma Mr Jillson who is the pro Popartmont at Washington Oityan- - Household Tea the most pleasant nd ffecfcive mdiefHe knoiyn Sc ackson Vicksbur2iMisAfeys liutfwlft UvtiCMu Ei Of oftb j A jit w Mf nUi itfr asaarK a 4 m riiui 3300 2800 Dozen 2500 2200 Sideboards 4oo Bed Room Suits 1 Â¬ Parlor Suits 1 R ROGERS SON Pttffiflr PliIMIw WESSgSM Cincinnati New Orleans Â¬ So-uutifcL-ZEsi- st Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Arkansas Points BaJtrt fttoMft WJMJW iirSMSWLJW fe - jrf MMii 1 LVl I W If i yi G 1 HANNEN committee rom Congress to whom P O SOWER the matter of accepting the river was referred said was the most beau tiful and promising in Iho wealth of DEALERS IN A Representative Meeting At its development in the State He said the people didnt want to tended by Many Distin- get their coal a thousand miles from home when it was within their own gnishod Pcoplc State and ho thought thoy were right in giving their Representatives ZKZjy-Congressman Berry Attornoy Gen Â¬ to understand that the matter of the yon want a speedy completion of these rivors was WHEN eral Hondrick Hon Theodore of more importance to them than will never PLOW Mint Ad- Â¬ Hallam and Others make yon any thing else they could possibly angry ami always keep dress the Meeting advocate for their interests He be- yon glad flint yon present the matter bought if just come in Resolutions Requesting Congress lieved thetoway toRepresentatives is t and er yoir nn properly the to MakaJJargo Appro- Â¬ show them that you are in earnest in priations your request by adopting a series of OLIVER CH LLED strong resolutions setting forth the The convention called to meet in purpose of the meeting and appoint Â¬ SOLD UY this city yVodneBdny for the purpose ing a committee to go beforo Oon of taking steps to urge the speedy groaa to urge the appropriations completion of the improvement to asked for and then to keep up the G L HANNEN river navigation before Congress was agitation in every county and not re mmm3mmmmmmmmmmSfimmlllmJ7 MMmHIHM attended by a large number of dele lax in the effort to accomplish the obzi5mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm gates from the various counties in- ject sought As for himself he pledged C0 terested in the work It was aiep that he would gladly co operate with Juii7 im resentativo meeting and included all tbjij wishes of the meeting in the classes of people from the farmer matter - nuy utterance maku to the con and mechanio to bankers Stato ofli Hon Theodore F Hallam of self to the development of Kanawha people of Kentucky and will con- vjution would I bomight to misconstrue liable tribute largely to the comfort and cials and Congressmen Covington was then called upon for river growth of the United States will be tion The hour fixed for the meeting vros remarks He spoke of the vast coal Questions were asked of Capt insignificant as comparea witn tne I send ly this f mail to our address copies of the River and Harbor Acta 12oelock but was about a quarter and iron districts in Kentucky and Hoag relating to this river which he resultant benefits therefore be it lst and 2d Resolved That our Senators and passed by the 49th SOU past 12 when ilr John W Rodman that all the State needed was the answered as follows Representatives in the Congress of Congresses as the convention may desire moved that Judge Lysandor Hord of united effort of the people to induce It will require four or five more the United States be instructed and to know the exact nature of the legisla Â¬ this city be made the chairman of qur Representatives in Congress to locks and dams to reach the coal earnestly requested to urge upon tion on that cnbject You will observe Â¬ the convention It was unanimously prosecute the matter of large appro- fields which are about 225 to 250 miles that body the appropriation of such that in the 4Jth Congress there was ap Â¬ sums of money as will insure the propriated for continuing the improve adopted priations for the development of the from the mouth of the river speedy completion of the locks and ment of tho Kentucky river the nuin ot Mr John W Pruett then moved State He said the Federal Govern- Â¬ The slow progress of the work is dams in course or construction and 187000 in tho fiOth 180000 in the that Mr M P Gray of this city be ment by accepting the river assumed attributable to the inadequate ap- the erection of the other locks and Wat 180000 in the 6Jd J50O00 Tho made the secretary and it was a contract to complete the locking propriations by Congress and that if dams necessary to complete said im- film Congress passed acta permitting con Â¬ tracts to be made for deepening the har provements and provide said adopted and damming within a reasonable time large enough appropriations were water navigation at the earliest slack bor at Galveston Baltimore fcc and in pracHon V S Bailey of Carroll coun- and not be prolonged forever The made say a million dollars all the ticable time and thereby secure to the act papsed by the 52d Congress there ty stated that the county judge of locking and damming of theKanawha locks and dams could be constructed the people of Kentucky and of the was appropriated outright in round the of 21000000 and au his county had requested him to act by the Federal Government has at once and In about three years the Ohio and Mississippi valleys the in- numbersgiven sum contract for about 31 Â¬ to calculable benefits which will surely thority as the representative from Carroll brought immense wealth to West entire work completed 000000 in addition The reduction of the result therefrom In the Kanawha the Government He understood that all and that his county was enthusi- Virginia Resolved That the chair appoint a appropriation to the Kentucky river to astically in favor of the early com- Â¬ the appropriations the Government directly built the first two or three committee of five to constitute an SloOOOO and the very large um author Â¬ to to be duty it pletion of the work had made to Kentucky for her rivers dams but now the work is under the executive committee whose time to ized againstcontracted Ifor caused me the vote that bill feared that in shall be to designate from Judge Hord by this time toot the was 1000000 whioh was not a drop contract system time committees from the various condition of the Treasury sums so large The cost of each lock and dam on counties to go in person to Washing- as those that wonld have to bo paid in chair and in a few remarks in which in the bucket in proportion to the he called attention to coal famines in taxes paid by the State the Kahawha river and there are ton to forward the objects herein liquidation of the contracts might either prevent or diminish tho appropriations winter from ice and summer from Attorney General Hendrick next eight has been between 250000 and contemplated Wm needed for the Kentucky river At this J Hendrick shallow water on the Ohio river said spoke and said that he endorsed 300000 while the highest cost of one session we will be probably compelled to Chairman that the convention had assembled to fully what Col Berry and Mr Hallam in this river would not exceed 200 appropriate somethitig oyer 16000000 W S Bailey in payment ou those various contracts W Gourley G consider the best method of urging had said and that the large attend- 000 mul tlmre will remain for the next Con- O B Hill the rapid completion of the most ance and enthusiasm of the meeting A motion was then made that a gross some 26000000 to fie appropriat T F Hallam important work to the people of the gave him heart to hope for the de- committee be appointed to draft suiti incioso ed to pay on those contracts J W Pruett State and the whole Ohio valley that velopment of these great interests at able resolutions and that the meeta tabulated statement inBdo for the use Lewis E Harvie of tho committee on appropriations S F J Trabue Congress could possibly perform for an early day He said he knew that ing adjourn until 330 oclock when which shows the amount authorized for P McDonald them thirty years ago Frankfort and Win- it will re assemble to hear and act tho various improvement enumerated in W H Murray Hon Albert S Berry of Newport chester paid from two to three cents upon the committees report It was these acts the sums heretofore appropri J W Gaines member of Congress from the Sixth a bushel more for Beattyville coal adopted and the following committee ated to meet the contrucls the balance to L F Mann he horeafter met and the estimate vor E M Pryse district was called for and made an than for Pittsburg and that unless appointed Attorney General W J this Congress for while the estimate a re W S Bailey address to the meeting the waterways are developed as the Hendrick Chairman Hon Albert S put under the year 18D4 the appropria A motion was made thac a perma tions have to be passed by this Cngre38 He said he had always taken great present experience shows the people Berry County Clerk 0 B Hill and interest in the improvement of the are at the mercy of the railways County Judge G W Gourley of Lee nent executive committee be appoint Other sums have been paid oufc of the Ohio and tributary rivers and had The cost of transportation as be- county Hon Theodore Hallum of d whose duty it shall be to continue U S Treasury for the Kentucky river covered by the eight the privilege of introducing the bill tween water and rail ho said was as Covington Representative W S the work begun at this meeting by during tho olst and years Congresses and f2d 4Jth 50th in the Legislature that gave the pos- one to eight that where it cost ono Bailey of Carroll county and Squiro designating from time to timo and uot included in the appropriations set session of this river to the Federal dollar by water it cost eight by rail rP McDonald and Messrs John W county to county such persons as in out above hut inoluded in what is known permanent Government While wo have been apparently in Pruett Lewis E Harvie W H Mur their judgment should co operate as The work of appropriations internal improvements beÂ¬ He had promises then made on the different to the wealth of our moun- Â¬ ray J W Gaines and S F J Trabue with tho committee and if necessary ing under the control of tho engineering part of the Federal Government that tains Wall street New York and the of Frankfort Hon L F Mann and to go to Washington City to urge cores of the Army whose ofllcOrs are lia prompt measures upon Congress It ble to coustant change of location does the river would be speedily locked Maine and Michigan lumber com Hon E M Pryse me and dammed but from the progress panies are awake to the value of that Letters of regret that they could not was adopted and the oommittee not proceeu ifwun could rapidity jl thiufc would follow be donoi it that has been made in the twelve part of our State and are gradually be present were received from Col named as follows Gen Hendrick tho supervision of civil engineers under but a years since it was ceded he did not obtaining great tracts He had been W C P Breckinridge member of Chairman Joseph Robinson D M change of system has not met the faror think the grandchildren of the pres to Washington often and had ot Congress from this district Col J Woodson W H Murray Hon E H of uuy administration nor cf a majority ent generation would witness the heard the voice of a congressmen Stoddard Johnston and Gen John B Taylor jr Judge Ben G Williams of tiither House of Cougres I cordially sympathise with the object completion of the work He said the from Kentucky raised in behalf of Gastleman of Louisville The meet- Â¬ and Mr Grant Green of the convention I think tho improve Â¬ Col Thomas Rodman moved that a ment of the Kentucky river is of great people of Kentucky with coal right the river interests He thought they ing then adjourned at their doors are bound to depend were not deaf but were blind to the Upon re assembling 4tt 330 oclock vote of thanks be tendered to Col importance not only to the counties for their supply on the mines from real interests of the people and he there was a noticeable accession of A S Berry as the only Kentucky through which the river runs but to the development and prosperity of the entire Pennsylvania that those living along had great hope now that they could delegates in attendance a large num Congressman who has shown enough State this river draw it many hundred be made to hear the call urging ber of them being members of the interest in the movement to attend In the 49th Congress the Chairman of miles down the Ohio and then up them to united effort for what was Legislature who could not be present the meeting It was adopted by a the Committee was a Kentucky Represen tative who was the Kentucky when if the naviga- justly due them from the Federal at tho first meeting Chairman Hen Â¬ rising vote just as CoL Berry entered this whole subjectthoroughly familiar with aud the con tion were improved to the headquar Â¬ Government He likened the State drick road the resolutions prepared the room and received a loud ap- dition of our river Since needs aud haver then we ters as contemplatedit would require to a cow in winter at a fodder rack by the committee when Mr M P plause In reply to the vote Col Berry not had on that Committee any Repre itB transportation but a few miles nibbling husks for her sustenance Gray moved that tin amendment be said he didnt deserve any thanks for sentative from our State With cordial down this river A suggestion he while others regularly came to milk made to add a resolution that an offi Â¬ performing his duty and what to hirn cere pergonal good wishes aud with sin Â¬ respect to you I nm said had been made that the im- her He said the Democratic party cial copy be certified to each member was a pleasure to servo the interests Very truly yours provement be put under the contract as Col Berry had said rauBt realize of Congress from Kentucky The of the people of the State He said W C I Bbkokinkidgk system whioh it was represented that the matter of internal appro Â¬ amendments and alBO the resolutions it was not necessary to speak further would accomplish the requirements priations now is a fixed pojioy we were then adopted unanimously as on the subject but it just occurred to Any Person of the meeting him that the great tow boat John S cannot change and must accept follows For fifteen or eighteen years after we ao not accept it as pro The State of Kentucky Williams recently took on one trip That is troubled with constipation the war the speaker said the repre- Â¬ tection but because the people byWhereas General Assembly has three quarters of a million bushels of can got immediate and permanent acts of the relief sentatives of Kentucky in Congress are the masters and the Government transferred and ceded to uhe United coal from Louisville to Now Orleans Tea by using Dr Hales Household -One refused to accept the idea of the Fed- the servant who has merely collected States the locks and dams construct It would take the railroad all summer 25 and 50o dose a day Pafc bed time packages at H Carpen on the Kentucky river to do eral Government making appropria- Â¬ the money for use to the highest ad- ed bytheState the Big Sandy rivers it No stronger argument in tbrs drug store 4 the Licking and tions for internal improvements vantage of the peoples interests together with all the ground and ap- favor of the river as against rail need They contended that it was opposed All over the United States ho said purtenances thorounto belonging for be offered and he hoped the people Dr Hales Household Ointment to the true principles of government there is an agitation of canal and the purpose of enabling the United of all the counties would remember water and kept the State from obtaining river improvements going on They States to continue the slack the in- it and keep the agitation going Mr Is tho ilnest remedy in the world navigation of said rivers to the benefits of such appropriations are known to be the national high exhaustible supplies of coal iron and James A Scott then moved that a It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Cures which were uninterruptedly made ways which God himself lias given timber on tho upper waters of said petition be formulated and transmit Piles like magic Rheumatism Cures Salt Rheum and for rivers and harbors of the north to man and it is through thorn only rivers in the most soothing manner Cures Wheueab The appropriations here ted to the Speakor of the House of Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids ern and eastern States will that important question of tofore made by the Congress of tho Representatives requesting him to Cures Coughs Can be In the meanwhile Kentucky was freight rates bo solved In con United States ior tne turtner im Â¬ appoint Col Berry on tho Rlvor and taken internally and Colds A provement of said rivers since said Harbor Committee It was adopted for Pneumonia Cuts positive specific ono of the largest revenue paying clusion he said that the river imBruises Burns States in the Union and the appro- provement meant more to the peo- aots of cession have boon inadaquate and tho meeting adjourned subject Chilblains Sores of long standing to insure steady advancement in said Corns and Bunions are cured quickly priations were regularly made to ple of the State than any railroad work and a part of the dams in their to the call of the Chairman different from all else present condition aro liable to bo4 As Colonoi Droclciuridgo ri the member else it has no equal 25 superior to all other States until at last it settled interest that could now bo projected and 60c boxes into a ilxed polioy of the Government Capt I V Hoag the United Statos destroyed by floods and by of CongroHij from this district it is dutfl Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Wheueas The to contend against which now is Engineer in charge of the river im the department estimates made 8 of engineers show him that tho following letter explaining ters drug store sheer nonsense and stubborn opposi- Â¬ provemenfs said that ho thought all that the cost of completing tho looks his position in tho matter be published Holiday novolties in endless tion to the material interests of the the people needed to accomplish their and dams now in course ot construcWashington D J Jan 10 181H people of this State Having boon so purpose was concerted action to tion and tho other locks and dams Judge Ly8andcr IIordFrankfort Ky variety at Coppersmiths the necessary provide long therefore deprived of the ben stand up for their rights In Wost slack waterto navigation continuous 15 tfV My Dhau Sin on these It will be impossible Jeweler efits of these appropriations Colonel Virginia whore ho was stationed for rivers thereby opening up to tho for me to meet the oonviiition in Frank All goods bought of Copper- Â¬ Engagements here Berry thought it no more than justice awhile ho said that no man commercial world a territory unsur tort on the 18th 16 tf largo amounts should be expend would dare seek to represent the passed in the United Statos in min compel me to remain and I feel some smith engraved free that eral and timber wealth tho develop- what reluctant even if I could otherwise ed on the rivers of Kontuoky and people in Congress unless ho was ment of whioh will add millions of be present to visit Frankfort just now this stream in particular whioh the quick and sincere in pledging him dollars to the taxable woqlth of tho na my motives in both the visit und in Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla THE BIYEi COjiVENTIOK Â¬ G L HANNEN CO Â¬ Oils Paints Harness Saddles c Sash Doors Glass ZFranltfoxt 323 Broad wBy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ raan i Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 t 1 V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 fHHHiBHIHDHBHHHMHHP mm ft I BMMM I I Mil IP 11 L UiaB t if TTMIWI If ili IM Bll im I mm 1 J M - I I I II Hfc m jlltitihl il riMitifci iV llilfl 1 1KB tifadktbWflllAttit Ml WAS Haa v irtl AJXkFORT ROUNDABOUT - - fared at the post iu socoud A oMeu at Kruukfort Kentucky clatui mailable tiiUor to induce him to change his mind The council met Tuesday night and accept from the Governor for and all the members wore present FRANKFORT JAN 21 1898 the second time the appointment The mayor notified tho board that which will be tendered to the former j ho had approved tho resolution pro viding that tho tax book remain in TUE SENATOR FROM PRANK board L the lmnds of the oity treasurer until PORT An Enemv Bafflod u ThW is an enemy with ithom thoiHumls ure February without the penalty Pirst Last and All fcho Timo Away faiiiiitur all their lives becmisv they are born An election for councilman in the With this enemy First Ward in place of Mr Reock Out of Sight in Merit with it tendency to b llousness they ire tont tauti uhuuiik Wtb ineffectual wi0 failed to aualifv was then taken and Might weapons llimetters atointujn miters will Dame up and Mr S R Smith and Mr n It Mrrn The opportunity of electing a comllt on nnnrntlviw ull tint reform by Isnritartvl- James N Miles put in nomination eonstlpiol the liver Indicated not United States Senator from this city tlou alone butildu b sick headaches yellonness The first ballot stood Smith 4 furred tongue is about to present itself 4The resig- Â¬ ot tlio skin and eye balls nausea noon tiicxsuie Miles 4 and the second ballot gave and miens ess more particular tight short rib nation of Mr Carlisle is in and the on thedrasticAide upon and bflov theand weaken the election to Mr Miles by a vote of Avoid purgatlx which yrlue caucus by the Democratic party it is the intestines and MibsMtuto this world famous 4 to 3 reino es ma thought will be called nexo week autl billons cordial wlilch IIUewlii ilnts rheuma larial siouiucliljatid kliliuycoiniil A claim of Joe Burkhardt for 80 uervou mess the There will be no candidate among tism a dilnltss but effectual aIt laxative otappe- - for rent for west end school house Improve iimels to the many suggested and now at work tlte sleep ami the ability or iiljjHitt aad possesses was reteireu to tne scnooi commit- i upon the members of the Legislature the additional adwmtatfe nst miird tome tee who can approach our own distin- - j iiuy uiay jtmnosquo company The annual report of Judge W H guished citizen Judge William Lind Sneed was received and referred to say either in the majestic propor- Among the many burlesque com the work house committee tions of the man that give dignity j panies on the road and one that has The report of tho special commit- Â¬ and respect to his presence or in the the reputation of being the largesti tee consisting of Messrs Swigert powers of his mind and weight of and best is Sam T Jacks Lilly Clay Gray aud Watson stating they learning and national reputation that Colossal Gaiety Company who will had found the books of that city the command the earnest attention and be the attraction at the Opera House clerk and treasurer correct and well Visit win the conviction of his hearers V1A ittif tIrha- 1a si a ilt c l P was ordered to be filed He is at the head of the bar the burlesque bill 7Tu VT Colombo Ohristofo Chairman Milam announced the clearest and most forcible speaker and Mazeppar will be seen Emma following standing committees on legal matters that may be found Warde has been a foot light favorite Finance Swigert Watson and J in the State and has everything in for many seasons and her charms are N Miles his favorJo make this city swell with of the infinite variety which never Gas McOlure Gray and Watson pride and exultation over the supe fade or grow stale She is a graceful Streets Gray J N Miles and His dancer and a sweet singer and never Swigert rior merits of her candidate nomination will honor the intelli- Â¬ fails to captivate her audience Charity -- Ellwanger Jno E Miles j i t gence of the members of the caucus nrii hu n- - uuiiui ui ii uruuiziiiiiuu llni Fnrr iiiio tiio niu and give Kentucky a Senator who sue is only one ot the many lain Schools Watson Furrand Gray will stand shoulder to shoulder with damsels whose jollity adds to the License J N Miles Swigert and Mr Carlisle and challenge the admi- Â¬ interest of the burlesques A trained McOlure ration of the nation horse galloping across a bridge Work house Jno E Miles Mc- Â¬ A prophet finger is now pointing make8 quite an effective feature of to Judge Lindsay and Frankfort in realism The scenery and costumes Olure and Ellwanger Miles Swigert N Ordinance her enthusiasm may prepare to shake in the burlesque is a picture of gor and Watson J the very hills in the noise of her re- Â¬ geousnespand a bevey of prettier and Hall Swigert Ellwanger and Jno joicing more shapely women is seldom seen E Miles on the stage Seats on sale Friday at Bridge -- McOlure Furr J N Miles AT REST the usual place Prices 25 50 and 75 and Swigert Health Ellwanger Gray and Furr The Puneral Services Over the cents Water Watson Jno E Miles and Remains of Mr John W J I yU LEWItf Editor tuid Publisher E Allison of Louisville one of the Â¬ former commlsBlonerH would not An Important Mooting and ApÂ¬ pointment of Standing Comserve again it is not uiouriu umt mittees much persuasion will bo necessary Though it 1b stated that Mr Young THE CITY COUNCIL csscTa for Infants and Children I Ctwtorla cores Colic CoturtlpaUon Bout Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms girea sloop and promotes dl CMtorlAlcBowellitdptedtocMdrenuiat I recommend it m superior to ny proscription known to mo II A Ancnxx M D 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N T The use of Castoriais sonnlTersal and ita merits so well known that it seems a work of supererogation to endorse it Few are the Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria within easy reach CXKLOS MlKTTK DD New York City Late Pastor Bloomlngdalo Reformed Church reation Without injurious medication m H For seTeral years I have recommended your Castoria and shall always conUnuo to do so as it has invariably produced beneficial results Edwin F Pxrdbi M D The Winthrop 185th Street and 7th Ato New York City Tax Ckhtaox Coktaxt 77 Mubray Strew New York J Febl8 ly Ml 7 4 1 v k Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society Â¬ If not you owe it to yourself your family and yciur estate to ex Â¬ amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest polv 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 MALCOLM FRANKLIN Special Agent Nov 26 Sm W A McNKELY Genl Agent Lexington Ky J R Williams Local Agt Frankfort Ky J L RODMAN ft SON Payne Worth Knowing Though it was snowing hard during the hour for the funeral services over the remains of Mr John W Payne and the weather was exceedingly cold and the sidewalks in places so slippery that it was difficult to keep from falling every pew in the Methodist Church of which the deceased was an earnest and consistent member since 1874 was occupied by the large assemblage of friends who had gathered there to pay their last tribute of respect to the esteemed The body in charge of the dead following pall bearers arrived at the church a little after three oclock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Ed W Hines Geo A Lewis J Gray McLean F V Gray Philip Arnold J Will Johnson N F Rich- Â¬ ardson and W H Posey The pastor Rev H G Henderson met the casket at the door and preceded it up the aisle repeating on his way to the altar scriptural pasI am the resurrecsage beginning tion and the life The choir sweetly sang It is well with my soul and the minister offered up a fervent prayer for the bereaved family and read selections from the scriptures relating to death and spiritual changes promised to the redeemed The choir then sang 4A little further on and the services were closed with other selections from the Bible Asleep in Jesus and the hymn The deceased had requested that no sermon be preached at his funeral and tho body was conveyed out of the church in the same modest silence over the power of his example that had ever been observed by his friends as a marked quality of his character Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Many thousand people have found Police -- Jno E Miles Gray and a friend in Aunt Fannys Health Re- Â¬ McOlure storer If you have never UBed this great Enrollment Furr Ellwanger and specific for the prevailing malady of Jno E Miles the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Clock Jno E Miles and Milam Calicos 5 Rhenmatism Costiveness Nervous Mr Watson moved that the Work- Â¬ Exhaustion Nervous Prostration Calicos 6 Sleeplessness and all diseases arising house Committee report at the next meeting on the best system of main- Â¬ from derangement of the stomach Good 5 liver and kidneys we would be taining a work house It was pleased to give you a package of this adopted 612 great nerve tonic free of charge The election of Assessor was post-Â¬ Chapman Williams 45 A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods Carpets and poned until the next meeting Cloaks cheap Chairman Milam stated that he had Y M C A State Convention been doing a great amount of The Twelfth Annual State Conven- Â¬ charitable work since the last tion of the Young Mens Christian meeting of the Council and Nov G 8m Association of Kentucky will be that with the assistance of Mr held in Winchester February 23d to Ben T Farmer he was glad to report 26th inclusive The names of lead- that the indigent poor of the city ing Christian workers are among had been fairly well provided for Go those announced to participate It is He thought the council should make expected that there will be nearly 300 a reasonable appropriation for the young men and business men present citys share to the charity fund raised at this gathering by the people who had organized a society for systematic work among Deserving Praise the suffering poor Clerk T J Todd and Treasurer A V desire to say to our citizens that for years we have been selling H McOlure were sworn into office by r Kings New Discovery fo retiring Clerk Charles G Payne Â¬ Consumption Dr Kings New Mr Todds bond contained the AmerD SEE BET 6000 OKD Company of New H L Life Pills Hucklens Arnica Saivt ican Guarantee tnd Electric Bitters and have York and Mr Olures bond Messrs never handled remedies that sell Charles E Hoge W F Dandridge D W Lindsey as securities MANHOOD RESTORED as well r that have Jven such and The Services 8ANATIVO tha The present salaries of the officers Wonderful Spanish We do not universal satisfaction OF ilptuedr la Bold with a of the city were adopted viz May- Â¬ hesitate to guarantee them every or 500 clerk 1000 treasurer 600 Written Quarantes to cure nil Neirous Dis eases such u Weak rime and we stand ready to reÂ¬ marshal 240 and fees attorney Memory Loss of Drain fund the purchase price if satisPower Headache 400 and janitor 162 Lute MuKlcal Director VoyagerOperu Co us Kcrrousncsa Lai factory restjlts do not follow their The council adjourned to meet Bltude All drains and Boforo After Use loej of power of the use These remedies have won again last night Generative Organi In Photographed from life either acz caused by their great popularity purely on overexertion youthful Indiscretion or tho eiccMlve Can be secured by one or two baiulu within rea Co Des Moines ate of tobacco opium or atlrriilniilx which ultimately Chamberlain their merits For sale by noiinble distance of Frankfort lead to lmlrmlty und Inuiilly Carpenter Druggist Iowa desire to inform the public In convenient formComumptlon the test pntkrt lut up CorreMpoiwlenoe SolieittMl In 1rico i to tarrv P H Swigert BIG BARGAINS Best Dark cents Best Indigo Blue cents Brown Cotton cents Hope Bleached Cotton cents J L RODMAN SON Â¬ FraDKfo it Furmture raiuii Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street near Christian Church m x M PHIS J A Â¬ Wm A Diehle Â¬ Teacher and Director FRANKFORT KY Nov 19 The bell on the engine house tolled as the procession was on its way to century Its phenominal success as the cemetery and in a bed of snow a seller and favorite with the people with the flakes falling upon tho is the acknowledged wonder of the Based medicine world casket and lining the grave and cov- Germ theory Diseases upon tho it is unique to a great depth the whole face modern and of once popular comering at of nature the remains were gently mending itself as a necessary household remedy It advertises best by laid to rest Specific for all Catarrhal The floral tributes to the memory its use Tonic of the deceased were very beautiful diseases a ItNervewithout and Blood is Purifier doubt the and so numerous as to completely most reliable cerm destrover in ex- distance and to the extent that the cover the grave germ theory is correct Kings Royal The Worlds Pair Appropriation Uermeteur is the remedy It is no accident but is the result of fifteen years study of medical genius For The Worlds Fair appropriation of 10 sale by Chapman Williams 4100000 has again been passed by f both houses of the General Assembly W L Coppersmith the Jew tho lower house last week and the eler caters for the wants of Senate last Tuesday and as It was the people 15 tf not amended and received a constituFor tional majority in both houses it is stove Sale An open front coal the Governor will nfFninri tile linedn and good as new is safe to predict that A lark a n hnrrvnfn fnr unln aign it as soon as it is enrolled and j a Now Process gasoline stove only used one season Apply at this office presented to him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in life that they are manufacturers of the most successful preparation that has Kings Royal Germateur yet been produced for coughs colds Pre eminently the medicine of the and croup It will loosen and relieve guarantee to euro or refund the Went circular G oner envelopeby mull to anyaddresi Audreas free plain Mention this paper written fl n package or ti for 15 Willi eveiy order o slve a Address tf The article re other treatment ferred to is Chamberlains Cough Remedy It is a medicine that haa won fame and popularity on its merits and one that can always be depended upon It is the only known remedy that will prevent croup It must be tried to be appreciated It is put up in 25 cent 50 cent and 1 bottles For sale by J W Gayle druggist Bucklons Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Soros Tetter Chapped Hands OhilblaiiiB Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posltivolv cures Piles or no pay required It is guar anteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Phil Carpenter Â¬ a severe cold in less time than any J fl CARPENTER August 13 Ilranch Office for U 8 A Deal born Street CHICAGO ILL FOR SALU IN PKANKFOKT KY HV MADRID CHEMICAL CO 35S W J CHINN JR Of DrUQfllSt Will practice in all State Courts ice second floor Custom House Soutli ly fc Id Course TaniXMy Book koeping Gommercia Taught Privately to Adults Only lOOK8 EXOIINKD CONSULTATION CONFI lentlal Oct IMim tablersdii c GINTMENT CURES KOTHIHGBBT PILES buckeyeTILC SURE I J I 1 at Capital City Huslness College K B UUION Cash Paid OOL HAimiS WILL PAY h 8 ly - the strictest O price for Jfur sklim uoh uh coon red and c If liret tox mink otter cat opoium inuskrut root attention to his repair department and yellow your watcher clock stops take It to Cop new untl old feathere ginseng SOL HARRIS o 15 tf Nov 12 3m Frankfort Ky pcrpHifth tho Jeweler V L Coppersmith gives THK HIG1IK8T and CERTAIN CURE IS years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES BTLOCIS rrtptredfcrlllllUIIUMISTAYiOnUCII A known for CO a FiUiNKMiT FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT JAN 21 18M EX PBESIDENT HAYES ing connected with roads In Ken Â¬ tucky that would so please the peo gle as the abolition of the toll system McKinley Ohios Bill McKinley has never dreamed of a tariff as extortionate ns the tolls on Kentucky in Kentucky There is perhaps noth- Â¬ DR W I KELLEY O Moores Poultry AND In Remedy GAPES the extra produo OF CINCINNATI will heat the FHOEETIX HOTEX IN LKXINGTON KY TS THE OLDEST POUTRY RBMKDY ON THE J market Postlvcly preventsand cures v I V it It ft k- fe i - n Died Suddenly Tuesday Night at and wheol banws turned into sleighs His Homo in Fremont The weather has been very hard Ohio upon stock especially so upon sheep Ex President Rutherford B Hayes and lambs the Tho farmers seem to snow will thoroughly think that died suddenly Tuesday niprht of par protect tho wheat alysis of the heart Ho was born in Miv Pat Newman and wievof At- Â¬ Delaware Ohio October 4 1S22 grad lanta were visiting friends here dur uated at Kenyon College Gambler ing tho holidays Ohio in 1842 studied law under With the exception of a few old Thomas Sparrow at Columbus Ohio fogies the citizens are happy over and attended Harvard University the passage of- the Worlds Fair ap and in 1845 was admitted to practice propriation by the lower House and now demand the immediate action of In 1849 ho established himself in Senate Kentucky must not lose this Cincinnati whero he enjoyed the opportunity to advertise to all the friendship of Salmon P Chase Thos nations of the earth her grand reEwing Thos Orowin Stanley Mat sources Since the Mason Foard Company thews Moncure D Conway Man does wish to ning P Force and others of equal again not the Generallease the prison Assembly grasp let celebrity v December 30 1852 he mar- the opportunity to forever aholisn ried Miss Lucy W Webb daughter of the system of leasing Dr J Webb of Ohillicothe O He was The senatorial champions are mar originally a Whig voting for Henry shaling their forces for a final strug Olay General Taylor and General gle We have no desire to detract from the chances of any of the aspir Scott but joined the Republican party ants but in view of past events it as soon as it was organizedand advo- does seem to us that James B Mc cated the election of Fremont in Oreary should stand pre eminently 1856 and Lincoln in 1860 He enlisted above all competitors iiULLDOFUS during the war and was made captain and after serving with distinc- State op Ohio City of Toledo j Lucas County tion in all the campaigns of the 23d Frank J Cheney makes oath that Ohio Volunteer Infantry he left the he is the senior partner of the firm service at the close of the war a brevet of F J Cheney Co doing busiGeneral and on December ness in the city of Toledo county Major aforesaid that said 4th 1865 took his seat in Congress and Statepay the sum and one hunof firm will In 1867 he was elected Governor of dred dollars for each and every case Ohio and again in 1869 defeating the of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Democratic candidates Allen G the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Thurman the first time and George Sworn to before me and subscribed H Pendleton the second time In in my presence this 6th day of De- Â¬ 1875 he was again elected Governor cember A D 1886 A W GLEASON and at the National Republican Con- Â¬ SEAL 1 Notary Public j J vention in Cincinnati June 14 1876 received the nomination for PresiHalls Catarrh Cure is taken interdent over such candidates as James nally and acts directly upon the the blood G Blaine Oliver P Morton Ben- system and mucous surface of free Send for testimonials jamin H Bristow Roscoe Conkling F J CHENEY CO Toledo O and John H Hartranft The ElecSold by all druggists 75 cents toral Commission in the contest be- Â¬ 3 tween Mr Hayes and Mr Samuel Post Omco Statement J Tilden the Democratic candidate who claimed the election gave the The following is a statement of the office to Mr Hayes He has lived at amount of business transacted at the his home in Ohio since the expira- post office in this city during the year tion of his term as President 1892 v receipts The remains were buried yesterday 16516 86 beside his wife in Oakwood cemetery To sale of stamps 207 50 To receipt of box rent Power of the Press Â¬ Â¬ - turnpike roads Tho fodder slides CHOLERA More then pays carts buggies aro being rapidly Saturday J m 14th 1893 Saturday Feb 4rh ld93 Saturday Feb 25th 1893 operation HEMORRHOIDS for Its use tlnn of KC surglcn and with little or no pain HEEBRENCES Piles cured without Get a trial box f I Â¬ I Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant mil ref nulling to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds liead OIlS ENJOYS SZW WSSSSsRSSiSR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ aclifs and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro- WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL duced pleasing to the taste and ac HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR ceptable to the stomnch prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its eilecls prepared only from the most BEST DEMOCRATIC PAPER PUBLISHED healthy and agreeable Bubstances its ONLY 100 A YEAR many excellent qualities commend it Beat Condensed News to all and have made it the most Best Storle popular remedy known Best Miscellany Kes Women Kyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Has The Best Children Page Department Â¬ and 81 bottles by all leading drugBest Answer to Correspondents Deimrtment gists Any reliable druggist who B9t Editorials may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who It gives away a valuable premium every day lor the largest club received wishes to try it Do not accept any Sample copies of the Weekly rourler Joiirnii will be sent free to any address Write to substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky Â¬ Â¬ David Moore Benson Ky Ins M WlthroA Krankfott Ky UIl KELLKY8 olllceatul residence Is af 259 West ElKlith street Cincinnati und where he ma be found every day of each week except S ATU R Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY M D by aidressliiK 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O CONSULTATION FREE Frankfort Ky dcott Frankfort Ky Dr E M iober Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Borberlch Frankfort ry Hev L P Hulctt Benson Ky A II Mctlure Frankfort Ky tf J Hughes Frankfort Ky J W McKee Hurdle A CHAPMAN v WILLIAMS DRUGGISTS- - PRESCRIPTION Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET G00D3 AND SUNDRIES April y ly Did jrou lorn wht ftbuloui rtrolt frtw ut of thl nofulure bjr Mr Noyttot n ernamtnUl Und to hold lh like afblt but totell It ont muit dictloatryf Tneilory k toother question lltvf you erer noticed thi- - uhertlMmeal C Ibe Aermoior tompeny wnicn turn out u lounwi THE DICTIONARY HOLDER rr rdi 60000 45 sold in 88 2288 sold in 89 6268 sold In 90 20049 sold in 9 1 m WW be oM A 7tMA tj Â¬ Â¬ SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUS KY NEW YORK NY THE stock varieties adapted to the South stock war ranted true to name liberal terms to local agents and permanent employment to those who can work steady For particulars address R G Penn Sq Phila Pa CUAHKfcCol430So Â¬ RELIABLEMENTOSOLICIT WANTED for fruit and ornamental nursery BOTJITDABOXJT AND TUK WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL will Well that etfuMlihment iMiorg to La Verne w toyei uu in I modi with vtliith It wtibailt on until It is the tnira urgen Vl S3 tm Vefavnti WSm taer ot lUel In the Wet being only eieeeded by Wo of the great Hnretr companies was wholly furnished by the I This Dietionirv Holder business back to the nolder and brinn took euftests Inquiry as to bow it and held ind till holds the field Increasing rapidly from year toycar The secret of that success Is this Mr IToyts has made a roost perfect artistic and meritorious article and bat maintained a high standard of and supplied the- - article eictllenc at a low price The merit of these Dictionary Holders has been so great that they literally sold themselves nainsach great quanu dts that a small profit on each on has made tbe result abof e mentioned Inei hare gonetoalmoateTsry abltable portion of tli globe ma toth remote inlands of h sea aid art kept by All 3 minutes ofthe ever golnfe everlastlnt l7mWKaBVKBmF iteel Aermotor Where one sroee others follow and m Take the Country 07 These figures teUVttu evergnmtrtt story Tower steel wmamui ana eieei eycry y92 iuw9kmm lUAgjamm be sent one ysnr to any address for Address GEO A 90 Ky 6t Frmkfort LEWIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM CROMWELl ATTORN EY-AT-LA- J O Scientific American Arjency W sm formal Â¬ RBAL BSTATJS AGENT rill also rlT apAeiM attention to the pnrehui and of reel estate collection tf nta elalnu and the tegotUttos of loans WILL PBACnCX and th Df THZ COUBT8 unjoining eountlM u uc r innui Â¬ Advertised Letters atPrankfortKy Below will be found a list of advertised letters for the week ending January 21st 18it Kelly Estelle M Anderson Er-Lee F O neBt B Asbon Miss Liz- - Lewis Quid McFarlane Miss zie Berkley G C Grace Bur man Ira Merchant Mrs Minnie D Bansham Mrs Mary Murnam Miss Mary Booker Mame Menton MrB Blair S F Marthy Baker Sam Mosby Mary G Bush Wm Uorist Miss Hen- - Martin Tom Piterson Dave riotta Orutcher Mrs Proston James Plonski Mrs Henry Cunningham Miss Rubins Oharles Margaret Roush John H DawonGeorge W Stucker Hugh Ellis J P Sanders Miss Frazer Mollie Julia Frazie Miss Mary Smith Lewis L Stewart Rev J CAVEATS TRADE MARKS DESIGN PATENTS fr COPVRIRHTB J vot information ana free Handbook write to MUNN X CO S61 BnoADWAT nkw Yonrc Oldest bureau for securing patents In America Krcrr patent taken out by us is brought beforo the public by a notice glren free of charge in tho -- m AsSjB sftsvale J H j1tttttffc world mfom Lsrcest circulation of any scientific paper In the Splendidly 16724 36 ii iVV i l There certainly seems to be no need of the importation of the plays English of Sims and Petitand similarwork as writers when such effective Augus the Power of the Press by Jessop Â¬ tus Pltou and George H can be produced here The original American drama in five acts seven tableaux and fourteen scenes running this week and ibr many weeks to come- - at the Star Theatre is a suc- Â¬ It deals cess beyond peradventure with familiar phases of New York life presents well known localities avoids the slums tells a coherent etory and is interpreted by a company plot of signal excellence The New turns York upon the mishaps of a uhip wright who is unjustly accused of crime and sentenced to a term of years in Sing Sing His innocence is Illustrated No intelligent man should bo without It Woeklr 8300 a six months Addreaa MIINN A CO Toorf lUDLianKns 301 Broadway New York City t0 the railroad connecting Frankfort w lth Lexing- Â¬ ton and within one and a Quarter miles of Summit station on the Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ The Improvements comlat of a dwellroad ing of six rooms kitchen porches cellar cabin of live rooms stable barn room for bousing six acres of tobacco two wells els em springs and pond young orchards in be ring of upples peaches pears plums cherries grapes and all kinds of small fruit Terms Eighty dollars ner acre rash or a cash payment ot not less than two thousand dollars or more to suit the purchaser Balanoe of purchase money in equal annual Installments with six per cent Interest payable annually or In fewer installments to suit the purchaser Possession given March 1st ltfttt If not sold this farm will be for rent Apply to Â¬ one nan mue or quarter miles of UND FRONTING ON OF and Versailles turnpike THE FRANKFORT road within three miles of the cty of Frankfort Kentucky and uoges station one and one Jett depot poEtofllce Vc on Farm For Sale 20 ozeEJs tn Â¬ Dec 3 t5 W U MCMILLAN Paris Ky amt paid Post master 4810 and employes 4425 By amt paid carriers 510 By expenses of free delivery 105 By amt paid mail weigher 26 By expense account By amt remitted to Sub 6846 Treasurer By MAIL MATTER HANDLED expenditures 27 49 51 00 20 89 Work Worry and Disease arn a formidable trio yet the eak person frequently has to meet all of t em at once How can lie overcome The answer Is with our Comtoono Oxyokn und ours onlv The count Â¬ less demonstrations of 23 years war reply rant this Uur treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of these features Is obvious What about your need Abookif explanation and proof Is yours to consider If asked for now PALEN Drs STARKEY 162y Arch Street Philadelphia Pa Â¬ H G MATTEH1T 16724 36 FiitiimktT 334 MAIN STRHET No of letters registered No of registered letters 2831 de- Â¬ livered No of registered letters in 4089 1 a No of money orders issued No of money orders paid 927 afterwads established through the No of postal notes issued 735 power of the press in working up No of postal notes paid the matter But in the meantime No of special delivery 1632 stamps sold the hero between his release from prison and his vindication has a hard No of speoial delivery let1161 ters delivered time of it for with the convict taint he finds it impossible to get honest No pounds 2d class matter 19546 The delighted audience newspaper c work which applauded vigorously called M Saffell J out actors and authors and stamped Postmaster one of with the verdict of success the most attractive and sensible mel A Millions Friend o lramas of the day need is friend A The admirable and striking scenic and friend inthan one amillion indeed people not less effects were prepared by Young Mohn and Becker have found juBt such a friend in DrÂ¬ Reid Emens They include the front of the new Kings New Discovery forIf Consumpyou have Colds Athletic Club on Madison avenue tion Coughs andGreat Cough Medinever used this the coridor of the Imperial Hotel a cine one trial will convince you that Ship yard with men at work a night it has wonderful curative powers in scone in which the crew of the all diseases of Throat Chest and Mary Vale hoiBt anchor to the Lungs Each bottle is guaranteed to music of their own simple choruB do nil or money that is Nothing more realistio than this last be refunded claimed bottles tree will at Trial witnessed on our scene has been Carpenters Drug Store atage It was received with immense Phil 1 New York Music and Large bottles 50c and 100 applause Â¬ Â¬ transit 1738 2584 1834 Gincburg A Dec 24 ly FRANKFORT ifisT 15 qcAsrmr KY H Thompson Mrs Groves Mary El- - D M len Turner G W Grigsby G M Williams Emily Green Luewinnie Jane Wesler Henry Gunter Sam Vest Miss Nancy Hulett Allen Hulett Miss Ettie Wood Simpson Harris Mrs Ida Whitney Robert Harris William HWilliams Miss Granger Prof F Smith E H A Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and uu lcKrst rnetuuTf imtfi CINCINNATI Frankfort lisle AND FRANKFORT and Paris Fal Â¬ Car Only direct line between Georgetown WORMS WHITES CREAM Uaysville Cythiana mouth and Corington VIA KY Irvin J Johnson Berry James Frank Woods Robert Welsh Wm A When calling for these letters day ad Â¬ vertised J M SXTIKLIi Postmaster m Sarah VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED rwptradby BlCIURBBOHTATie Ml FOR 20 YEARS ASK FOB TICKETS MIDLAND TRAINS RUN BY GEHTBAL STAHDABD TIME SOLD EVERYWHERE8TL90TS CS Physicians Puzzled Many persons are unable to sleep on their left side The cause has long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles TIME TABLE DEC I 12 M 1 lKtt P M 1 A H TRAINS E AST A Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Lv Swltzer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Duvall O No No 8 No 7 12 45 unsmii lisimu l l liii TaeMcfiaii Ome fi00 COG Drama At the Opera House evening January 26th - Thursday Wanted to Know A bad case of Rheumatism cured with 75 conts Mr Aug Schenfle Last week St Louis Mo writes I had a very bad attack of rheumaÂ¬Â¬ tism Used three bottles of Salvation Oil which stopped the pain and cured me Duokors The therraometor varies from five The whereabouts of any member of Company D Sixth Kentucky U S Volunteer Veteran Calvary during the late war Any person who can give me the address of a soldier who belonged to tho company and regiment aforesaid will confer a great Mrs Ohas Bonoy Loveland Colo favor upon an orphan girl by ad says its effects on her wore marvelous dressing Elegant book on heart disease free 4 Sarah Gofortii Gurloy Madison county Â¬ Â¬ specialist the eminent Indiana Lv Johnson in nervous and heart diseases who Lv Georgetown has proven that this habit arises Lv C S Depot from a diseased heart He has ex- lv Newtown Centrevllle amined and kept on record thousands Lv Elizabeth of cases His New Heart Cure a Lv Paris Ar wonderful remedy is sold at J W Thousands testify to its TRAINS WKST Gayles value as a cure for Heart Diseases Lv Paris Â¬ 611 618 682 639 6 44 410 416 422 480 445 452 1255 652 656 46J 5 08 70 C 718 723 737 PA I 615 627 635 640 550 M A M 110 125 145 165 205 220 245 305 UII5I1L1E Tl IIUIS15 111 laalM4 TEX1S u4 Ut7 mum SHORTEST TO LITTLE U0CK Aaetaeeatyreete 3M M 380 345 C Ar Elizabeth Ar Centervllle Ar Newtown Ar C S Depot Ar Georgetown Ar Duvall Ar Xi Ar Ar A No 2 No 4 H20 b32 KIP p No8Nol2 645 527 Without Change of Cars U B Ar Alabama Gold headed walking oanes at to fifteen degrees below zero W L Coppersmiths 234 St When Baby was sick if e gave her Castoria When she was ft Child she cried for Castoria 15 tf Our looal physician Dr Harry Glair says the people are distressing Inneo When she became Miss sho clung to Castoria ly healthy BROWNS IRON BITTERS When she had Children she gave them Castoria The holidays brought an occasionoures Dyspepsia in Â¬ wedding with innumerable dinners al and danceB tf There is being a great deal said Children Cry for Pitchers Ctstorla Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria just mow about roads and roadways Â¬ Â¬ Ar Swltzer Johnson Stamping round A 1035 833 838 847 000 10 65 11V2 1130 1042 1048 1110 1116 Elkhorn Summit Frankfort 7 44 642 646 654 704 710 717 723 730 jw are erl te tJcnte to 46 052 705 715 735 765 810 820 Sherman Dallu Fort Worth Austin Houstin This U th 750 756 805 CHEAPEST AND JiEST B0UTE i 830 He ehanc or cub te digestion Debility connects with L A N MONTGOMERY MOBILE MEMPHIS C und L S B connects with O C connects with K C AID HEW 0LEAH8 The Kentucky Midland Railway and connections form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east und west f r further Istfematlao 4drei For further information upply to their agents Â¬ C D BEROAW len Pass Agt GEO B E B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent HARPER Gen Supt c r ATiuoRE ap TA LOUiaTlLH KXN9U0KY yij ill uLirtiAju iiiAJto3lL Jit JfMkitMfJ iiiukWi Aii 1 Mill 3STXD -A-- JujL X SEE THE BUCKLEYS ZlsTE av1 - 1 s wHl Pfj STOCZ OIF1 tl CHINA GLABS I QUEENS WARE T sd i VJ flr V kf r STOVES IN THE CITY Religious Rev W G Neville will ocoupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 1J oclock and at 7 p m as usual FlusT Southern Presbyterian Ohuhoh -- Presbyterian Church Rev J Mc0hi8ky Blayney D D the pastor will ocoupy his pulpit at 11 a m and 7 p m as usual Episcopal Church Penick the rector his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 700 Rev E A will occupy lor the pastor will ocoupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and Baptist Church Rev W p m C Tay at 7 oclock chapel Sunday school at 930 a m in the every family has a block sheep and it is therefore nothing new to learn that one has been found but the announcement of the recovery of such in estray might produce as much of an unexpected rush as that which astonished and confused the temperance lecturer in Maine who carried around with him from place to place a red nose individual as an and when in a cer awful example town he asked the red nose gentain tleman in the audience to please step forward he was suddenly confronted by forty red nose men Frankfort Still on Top In Louisville Monday the Columbian Fire Insurance Company elected W P D Bush formerly of this city the president and his son Harry R Bush assistant secretary Judge Charles S Grubbs who was made one of the directors married a daughter of Gen John Rodman deÂ¬ Â¬ at the corner of Main and St Clair streets by the runners catching in the otreet railway track He sus tained no injury and at once proÂ¬ ceeded on his way The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting which meets each Wednesday at 4 p m in the chapel of the Christian church is having a large attendance and is developing a fine interest in Bible study Â¬ ceased UAiuuiiiu services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow ducted by Rev Father phe pastor High mass at 8 a at 10 a m and vespers Church The usual will be con Â¬ W E Gorey m low mass p m at 300 Uusual ser Â¬ ORBibiiaw OHUBCti Rqy George Darsie the pas Â¬ vices by tor at 11 a m and 7 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will hold its wdekly prayer meeting in the Leoture Room at 620 Methodist Church Henderson morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m In the evening Mr Henderson will deliver the third of the series of Women of the discourses upou Topic Ruth The True Bible Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 630 in the class room Travelers may learn a lesson from Mr O D Cone a prominent attorI ney of Parker Dakotawho says never leave home without takine a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with me and on many occasions have ran with it to the relief of some sufferer and For have never known it to fail sale by J W Gayle druggist Top Drawer Â¬ Rev H G will preach to morrow Â¬ Friday night of last week the house and all its contents belonging to Andy Dow Â¬ ney a worthy citizen of the Benson depot neighborhood was destroyed by fire and his family consisting of his wife and eight children were thereby rendered homeless and destitute They came to this city Saturday and a number of citizens became inter ested in them and temporarily re lieved their distress Very Few Escaped Even the water pipes in the home of the Superintendent of the Water Works froze up tighter than Dicks hat band Sunday night and could not be thawed out for several days The Prodigal Lamb The Journal of this week contained a genuine ad Found A vertisement as follows black shcop It is said that nearly Fire and Destitution T h local Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thomas A Prisoner Removed Bartlett a saloon keeper who killed the wife of a physician in Carrollton about two years ago because she refused to elope with him and then fled and was captured and afterwards brought to this city for safekeeping was taken to Carrollton for trial last Tuesday The Kenyon Hotel Captain San dy Pence transferred his lease of the Kenyon Hotel co Mr Samuel Boone Will Arrive Next Tuesday and Re Â¬ who assumed charge last Wednesday ceive Her Loyal Subjects at Mr Boone has had a successful expeJudge Win Lindsays rience in keeping a hotel both at Residence His son Hartford and Bardstown For the reason that there were too Mr T Boone wiU be associated with many conflicting social engagements him in the management this week Queen Isabella of Spain Tom Hendricks Officer Owen of her arrival in this Bellepoint on last Sunday arrested again postponed Tuesday city until next night at Tom Hendrick at While Sulphur on royal court which time she will hold a the charge of robbing a man of 25 and expect every loyal subject in her while they were together in a wagon realm to be present at the residence en route to Bald Knob and placed of her esteemed friend Mrs William him in the keeping of Jailer Wil Her Lindsayon Wapping street liams of this city Majesty attended by many of the Rabbits Galore A farmer living loveliest young ladles of the city as in the Sand Ripple neighborhood her maids of honor will receive in came into town Wednesday with the throne room between the hours three hundred and sixty five rabbits of 8 and 11 oclock and while the loaded on a sled and retailed them Spanish costumes are not obligatory about the streets They were caught she requeats that the ladies who call in traps and the load represented on her will at leat wear some mark about the largest offering ever seen of Spanish dress As the occasion of in this city at one time Her Majestys visit is to show her Mandolin Club A number of royai iavor co one most praiso musical performers in the city are worty efforts of the ladies of organizing a mandolin olub under the Columbian Olub of this city in the lead of Mr Gus Ritchie with raising jointly with other similar Prof Wolfe as the musical director nlnhn in triR ttrnte the sum of 5000 They expect to enroll sixteen mem- - tQ furnish ft Kentaoky parlor at tho bers and after practice iurnish mu- - Worldfl Fair an admission fee of CO Bic of a high order cent8 wiU be 0hargedfor which after by a Benevolent Order an audience with the Queen coffee Banqukt The Young Mens Institute a Cath- and light refreshments will be served olic organization of this city after Badges for the gentlemen have been the regular business proceedings at donated and will be furnished to their lodge room on St Olair street them without extra charge Wednesday night gave a banquet at Prof Wolfe has kindly tondered Ahlors in honor of a num the services of tho orchestra and a Sower ber of visiting members of the order number of Spanish students have from Oovincton Wolfes orchestra been engaged to play on their guitars The lodge and vary the musical programme for furnished tho music donation of 100 to tho evening made the liberal the charity fund of the city As the elegant mansion will bo Changes - Mr J L beautifully decorated for the occasion Railroad Coleman tho agent of the Kentucky and Spanish costumes be worn by Midland in this city resigned and many who will be present and observe on Tuesday Mr E J Parker was ap the etiquette of a royal court the en pointed in his stead Mr John Rod tertainment promisqs to be the most man assistant agent also resigned brilliant and interesting society but his succossor has not been named ovent qf the season Sleigh Upset Dr U V Williams Tickets are for sale at Barretts and on Tuesday was upset in his sleigh at the hotels Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Mrs Emma Lane The Cincinnati Enquirer of Wednesday tells the story of a girl nineteen years of age who went to Cincinnati from Win chester with the intention of going AND DEALER IN- to the hospital until she became a mother but the police had her taken to the Home of the Friendless The girl said she was married and expect- Â¬ STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ed her husband to meet her there but JtPB AND FITTINGS ETC JOB AND CONTRACT WORK AI4L WORK that he had Tailed to do it She said GUARANTEED her name was Emma Lane and that Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUOKYU she had been living for some time seven miles from Frankfort Ky GIRLS WHO Work for the Poor The Humane WELL BRED SOON WED Society are furnishing employment to the poor in cutting wood at the drift pile and paying them in food clothing and provisions Judgment for Tobin In the Circuit Court Thursday judgment for Za 800 in the case of L Tobin vs the ISTeact South estate was awarded to the JulylMy plaintiff Roof Fell -- A part of the roof of L W A GAINES MARSHALL the Church Bros stable fell in from the weight of the snow Wednesday and damaged a number of vehicles belonging to the proprietors QUEEN ISABELLA Â¬ -- PEACTIOAI Plumber GasSteam Fitter as Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets DWARD CLAASSEN J USE Â¬ SAPOLIO House Cleaning Are Quickly Married Try It s Your1 L B MARSHALL CO eai Estate anfl insurance llpis - Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit ashare of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times I i OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET V m NB Jit A Frame Cottage property Apply to 7 ROOMS WITII OF South Frankfort A A FINE FARM 4 - LOT 85 BY 200 FEET IN 210 ACRES OF CHOICE LaND SITUATED This OF on a good turnpike 8 miles from Frankfort Is ollered for sale good repulr 11ml Is well located Is In In one of the best neighborhoods lu Franklin CO L B MARSHALL county The Improvements consist of a brick Apents tin l A Good Investment j residence a tenement of 4 rooms a large stock In barn und all other necessary Improvements order to sell Immediately hb ara authorized to offer this property at less than its valuePossession given 1st of Match For further In Â¬ formation apply to CO Aeents L B MARSHALL - Mi il IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON Wapping street west of Mr S B Holmes residence This property will be offered as a whole ut a bargain or It will bo sold In lots of 40 or 50 feet front to suit purchaser For terms CO Agents L B MARSHALL apply to IS OFFERED 1 Fiankfort Ky FORSALE rnllE PHOPERTY OF COL J STODDARD 1 Johnston on Second Third and Shelby streets touth Frankfort consisting of one large M brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Cream of the as it is unquestionably the best to be Market had in tho city It you wish a desirable location we would advise you to purchase one MURRAY for a home while they are to ue had ON EXUM PROPERTY of the lots street consisting of a brick resilience of 5 CO L BMARSHALL rooms and about two acres of land This propÂ¬ Agents erty Is well located and on account of the large lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak Â¬ ing a very desirable home For terms apply to FOR SALE L B MARS1IALL Agents CO FORJKHT p WITH Home Farms For Sale 1 acres of land with moderate Improvements 220 acres of land of fine Quality with llrst class Improvements The above three tracts of land are located on a good turnpike road five and a half mllcsfrom Frankfort For terms apply to L BMARSHALL I I three KjO i ACRES OF LAND WITH A rooms This property on Third street South Side property will be put in thorough repair as soon Apply to RESIDENCE OF as rented CO Agts L B MARSHALL THE BRICK RESIDKNCE OF 8 1HOMS 1 large ground known a8 the orphans Farm For Sale Fmnkfoit lying between the Owenton and Peaks Mill turn pi ie roads containing DR WM MORRIb FARM 5 MILES FROM Agents CO Â¬ Â¬ is offered for sale as a whole or intwo or more The improvements- coriblst of one real donee three tenement three tobacco burns NORTH ST CLAIR ST This Is one of the best located farms in Franklin inllE PROPERTY ON by Mrs Fr email as a county and would make a very desirable country recently occupied uiuiniiuu u boarding house Js dflered for sale or rent Ap liumu fur luriiio otu uiniij iu jj u Ky Co agents 230 Main St Frankfort MARSHALL CO ply to Boarding House tLB 380 -- OIEeiEISI - tracts i mjm wmm Mbmi r rr H t 7 I J- - The address of any person not acquainted with the fact that 4 h The Leading Jew ulljO iiv ein the City is at 233 Â¬ ir St Where you will find the largest stock of WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY and SIL VERWARE that are sold at the LOWEST PRICES KV i3s MAS ELBERT INTEBESTING PIGUEES i Jeweler Frankfort Ky W Pure fcc years out of the fifty and date January 18 8 5 6 below zero Miles On Cold Weather for the Past THE POLICE dence 149 Ann street and was conHalf a Century Furnished by ducted by Rev George Darsie her Dr Williams And Fire Commissioners Organize pastor and Elect Policemen Heffner After a lingering illness Many people who have very good memories are often at fault when the Son to mourn his loss The funeral took place at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon from her late resi- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IVicKEE HARDIE Successor to W II Hall Drags and Chemicals proof that few will attempt to dispute Such a record is shown in a report compiled by Dr U V Williams Â¬ subject of comparisons of the weath Â¬ er by the seasons of past years is brought up but a record kept at the time by a reliable man furnishes j from data collected by himself for the past twenty four years and also from other trustworthy sources for the rest of the period baok to fifty years From the figures tabulated by him he finds that in the fifty years the coldest weather record was below aero for twenty six of these years And the average date was January 19 and average temperature 8 5 6 de crees below zero For sixteen of the years the coldest day was above zero and the average date January 19 and temperature 5 degrees above aero The six zero years bring Jan 23 as the average date and from all the grouping and averaging of dates and temperature the doctor finds that the average time at which the temperature began to rise was Janu ary 16ch from which he argues that this winter promises less cold weath er for the rest of the season The table prepared by the Doctor Â¬ Â¬ From the nominations made by the City Council last week Mayor Tobin selected Messrs R W McRery S R Smith V Berberich and John W Milam as the members Who with himself constitue the Police and Fire Commission The Board mot Thursday night and organized by the election of Mayor Tobin as chairman and later entered upon the consideration of the olaims of twenty two applicants for police- Â¬ men From among the number the follow- Â¬ ing gentlemen were elected Alex Innis H J Hyde Henry Brown W R Wells Claude Mitchell Charles Glore and W H Gordon Tbereare fifteen applicants for po- Â¬ sitions in the fire departmentbut the Board concluded to postpone the election of firemen until next Wed- Â¬ of several months duration Mr James W Heffner passed away at his home on Broadway Thursday night in the 54th year of his age The deceased was the eldest son of the late Nelson Heffner and was born and raised in this city where he leaves a large circle of friends He was a quiet unobtrusive citizen and was appreciated most by those who knew him best During the past two years he was a member of the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners It is a strange coincidence that he died at the same age in the same month ofthe year and with apparently the same disease that his father died some twenty odd years ago He leave a widow formerly Miss Millssa Case of Oircleville Ohio and one son Mr Will N Heffner to mourn their loss Patent Medicines Sundries Toilet Articles Combs Brushes Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded at nil hours by 0 L GAYLE who is thoroughly competent and reliable 206 St Cluir Street Kalis Old Stand FEA1TZFOBT TTST ly Jan 21 Capital City Business SS7AELISHED IE College 1S91 Southeast corner Main and St Clair streets nesday night and accordingly journed to meet Again that night ad- Â¬ Births Green Wednesday to the wife of Mr Grant Green a son To the wife of Mr Put Money in Thy Purse Always How Say doctprs bills keep on hand a bottle of that finest of remedies Dy Hales Household Cough Cure to alley the first irrita- Â¬ tion caused by a oold Dont think you can fix up something just as good when for 25o or 50c you oan have jr B 3 TDIOT Erinclpetl G-- Bridqeford U DPIEIIsTIDXjIE Secretary W B Bridgeford a daughter MOST SUCCESSFUL Business writing Book keeping Arithmetic Shorthand Typewriting Grammar Business Correspondence Commercial Law Spelling etc T- Is as follows List of coldest days and which did not reach zero 3 above 1844 Jan 29 1 1850 Feb 19 4 1855 Feb 26 4 1860 Dec 31 2 21 1870 Feb 2 1872 Dec 28 1874 1878 1881 1882 1883 1888 EYE Ella THRORT The advanced stndent Night school from September to June The backward pupils encouraged We have the beet home school of business Diplomas awarded finished In the State of Kentucky the result of years of practice and experience expended in making this preparation absolutely the best For 4 sale by P H Carpenter And Chronic Disease Specialist In the State iLiiniiiimniiiiiiiminmmmffiiimMfliiimiiraiiti Charity Concert To night The following is the programme of the entertainment to be given at the Opera House this evening for the benefit of the Buffering poor of the city PART I JACOB SWIGERT I2STSXJ CO Jan Jan Dec 15 1 Dec 24 8 mwh- U l 4 4 8 415 A0JTCE ACKEIfcTXS Have Removed rom the Batzeli Building m r t Vn i c IPSKA rv - i - ftr- - KJ- - I Rossinni Overture Turco in Italy Frankfort Orchestra Vocal Duet Gentle be thy Slumber 1890 Mar Miss Laura Pepper Schlesinger 1891 Feb and Miss Kate Sanders 1892 Jan 15 Song Mr Frank Hutchison Average for 16 years January 19 Violin Solo Trovatore Mr Louis 8 above 26 days below ayorage 8 Harris days at zero and 16 days above Selection Guitar and Mandolin Club average Fancy Dance Miss Susie McHonry Liab of days below zero in past 16 6 6 4 8 6 13 7 4 Jan Jan 1889Feb 22 76 ON MAIN STEET TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Easement nf the Capital Hotel BaFThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a - flfby years 1843 Feb 16 1845 Deo2 1846 Deo 28 1847 Jan 11 1848 Jan 10 1849 Feb 19 182 Jan 19 1853 Feb 19 1854 Fob 23 1856 Jan 10 1857 Jan 10 1858 PART II DRSTOCKDALE The celebrated SpeclullBt formerly of New York City now Consulting Physician of Southern Med Â¬ ical Institute of Louisville Ky will be at the CAPITAL HOTEL Huiiklort between the hours ot 1080 a m and 8 p m on short time 4 T 10 7 9 6 7 11 below Vooai Duett Glover Miss Lucy and Miss Daisy Hughes Song Mr Rout Franklin Violin and Piano Misses Daisy and Nellie Cox Reading Maj H T Stanton Waltz Danube Waves Ivanovice Monday February 13th Â¬ Â¬ 85 4 IK Frankfort Orchestra Tableau Charity Two Scenes m ti Feb 23 225 225 105 125 t 1859 1862 1864 Doc Feb 23 11 1 g 1865 1866 1867 1868 1869 1871 1879 1880 1884 1885 1886 Jan Jan Jan Dec Dec 20 15 Feb Feb 10 30 28 28 - 8 20 6 3 11 4 1 excellent remedy is what Mr W H Ames 712 S 17th St St Louis Mo says cyf it in thesa words I have used Dr Bulls Cough Syrup and found it to bo an excellent reme dy for eoughs and colds cAn Â¬ returning every lour weeks DR STOCK PALE has had years of experlenuu In the largeAt hos pitals In the country lsuurmhmte of several of the best colleges una hits for a nutnbet of yearn mnde a specialty ot all chronic and surgical dis eases lie treats succenstully ami does not take the case unless a cure can be guaranteed Acute and Chronic Catarrh Hinging In Ears OF GROUND Deafness Dlseuso of the Eye Ear Nose Throat FIVE ACRES and wigon ADJOINING TOWN Lungs Kidney Urinary and Bladder Troubles with necessary Im Horse Drlgnts Disease Diabetes Dyspepsia Constipa plements furnished Also two Holds ot thirty tion itheunintlsm and Paralysis ami 16 acres suitable for corn or oats Apply to Epilepsy or Fits positively cured MRa WM B RODMAN Young or mldde uged men suffering from Point Breeze Jim2J tf Spermatorrhea Impotoncr Eruptions the results of errors or exci sses should cal before It Is too late We guarantee a cure If case has not gone too far in each city town and country place to show samples of Shoes Clothing Dress Goods Wutche Jewelry Silverware and have price lists distributed Man or Lady can make 500 to 1000 per day Send stamp for quick answer CO Louisville Ky DIGGS to jun21 3m MANAGER JL UTAVPtin W jOLJI XjJJ TALES FROM TOWN TOPICS tne most successful Quarterly ever published More than LEADING NEWS- Â¬ PAPERS in North America have complimented this publication during its first year and uni- Â¬ versally concede that its numbers afford the brightest and most entertaining reading that can be had Published ist day of September December March and June Ailc Newsdealer for it or send the price SO oents in stamps or postal note to GARDEN ON SHARES OH vi vear 3000 Â¬ Â¬ A Good Small Farm SALE TOWN TOPICS 21 West 23d St New York EC This brilliant Quarterly is not made up from the eurrnt yeartt issues of Town Topics sketches Deaths Donley Mrs M A Donley died at ton minutes to 4 oclock Thurs day afternoon after an illness of several weeks with pnuemonia aged 50 years The deceased had for many years been a consistent member of the Ohristiun Ohuroh and died in the full faith of a glorious life in that beautiful land ueyond the tomb tSho JttYM ont sou Mr Joh DonUy who BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES As Syphllls Scrofula Stricture Gleet etc cured by never falling remedies Disease of Women such as Lucorrhea Piliful Menstruation Displacement of Womb I3u irlng Down PaliiS In Duck relieved In short time The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surglcul cases lie undertakes no Incurable disease but cures hundreds given up to die Consultation free uud confidential Address COMMISSIONERS VIRTUE OF BYFrunkllu Circuit THE Court V 2 10L 7 JUDGMENT OF THE In the case ot Ben Mursuull against Kate Smith Ac 1 will sell to the highest una best bidder on At the court house door In the city of Frankfort Ky on a credit of twelve months the farm known as the Charles T Egbert farm situated near the Kentucky river a short distance below Frankfort Kentucky and containing about 45 ucrori The place Is well Improved Tht purchaser will be required o give bond with kpftroved security bearing 0 per cent Inter- WKiaMttqaT or iirc 14 IV H TgriMiTTTT - but contains the best stories bur- - 4 fc Jan 3 Doc 20 Jan 6 Jan 22 Jan 11 in- - tiupcsi raciest mo complete ana to an UICN AND WOltlKN the mntl inttrrt ing weekly ever issued Subscription Price Tm Toplei pwyHT 9100 105 t 5 mLLJ lM7iJm iif2 75 - luft j 4i tLKSi I IJ itfti J M mL WiA j TiIh Froa ToaTsflei pwjiir 200 Tbt tvs ekbbal 800 Town Tories seot S maatba on trial for 8X00 N Km t TAtM wM to JUMBBilU CuwubamJaJ v ii M MMiSSmhMTfi iutilJ ibimii rMMft mt M r 8 4 caao OUR 3r JECjES k Ti tn K Vt JANUARY SACRIFICE n FOR CHSH ONLY V 9 s wJmTwkm mLmmmimJLmLl f Nothing Like It Ever In The City Before 1 7500000 1 A -- m iM TJt VI IS r W Aft WortQ of cioiio snoes Hats ana Fumismna Goons r K S I K 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 7TH at 9 oclock Every article a SfckAl COTHIITG 75 Furnishing and Hats and drawers gray sold for a suit now go at 75 cents 100 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 125 A few sizes of red flannel drawers left at 69 cents sold for 125 childrens stockings go at only 5 15 dozen cents ii km f i m i 1260 pair ot ladies rubbers only cash 200 childrens school shoes sizes 100 sold for 5125 to 135 180 ladies 7 19 cents for childrens suits age 4 to 10 years go at 99 5 Mens undershirts to 2 go at cents for cash only 21 childrens overcoats age w im to 8 years go at 85 sold for Si 50 6 pair of ladies full stock calf shoes go at 15 sold for 150 75 pair of ladies Dongola shoes common sense and opera toe sold at 200 and 225 go at 150 cash only kid shoes go at 1 roo cents for cash only 75 mtns long ulsters were S600 and 7 00 all go at S450 for cash only All our mens S1250 and 1500 overcoats go at 1000 All our mens H 1800 to 2200 overcoats go at Sifjoo All our 2500 and 3000 overcoats go at 20oo On our front table we have stacked about 300 mens suits sold for 1200 to 1600 all go at 9 00 m All of our Dennett Berards ladies fine button boots sold for 500 and 600 all go at 399 cash only for One large lot of ladies grain button shoes 125 and Si 50 go in this sale for Si 00 sold One large lot of mens shoes sold for Si 25 to Si 50 go in this sale at 100 and 125 All our mens full stock calf shoes sold for S3 00 and 350 go in this sale at 2 50 One lare lot of boys shoes that sold for Si 50 to Si 75 goat Si 25 We have on our childrens table about 220 suits ages 4 to 13 years single breasted sold for 600 to 7 50 all go in this sale at 400 500 pair mens pants that sold for 700 all go in this sale at 5 00 Remember 600 6 50 and these prices are for CASH as no goods will be charged or taken back cents One large lot of mens caps assorted colors go at 25 cents sold at 50 and 75 cents One large lot of mens stiff hats fashionable blacks go at 125 sold for 250 5 Hats arid Caps One lot of boys caps go at CRUTCHER BKBMIMBiBHBiBEBBBMBBBBMMBBBHBwMBKBBBBiBBFJnffrg STARKS j r i- -