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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 The GEO A ftp AMFOBX EoraDABOFT A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS FRANKFORT KY TERMS 100 In Advance Volume XVI Highest of all in Leavening Power JANUARY 28 1893 Number 21 Latest U S Govt Report A GOLD WATCH Royl THE COUNCIL Elected a City Assessor and Enter tained a Proposition from the Citizens Co Oporative Com Â¬ Â¬ Baking jmm rowde Â¬ Is the Testimonial of Esteom Pre sented to Mr Charles O Reynolds Â¬ BROWER SCO mm Um KY t H i TO ABSOLUTELY PURE assessor who is instructed to enter upon his duties at the earliest moment It was adopted On motion of Mr Gray the finance committee was directed to make a settlement with the Treasurer on February 4 after which date the clerk was instructed to turn the tax books over to the marshal The mayor was authorized to provide for the payment of the interest on the Kentucky Midland bonds which falls due February 1st The following proposition from the Citizens Co operative Electric Light Company of which Mr Sam J Shea is manager was read and referred to the gas committse and City Attor- Â¬ ney viz To the Honorable Board of Council men of the City of Frankfort Â¬ pany to Furnish Electric Lights At the meeting of the city council Tuesday night nil the members were prenent except Mr Swigert Mr James N Mles elected at the last meeting to succeed Mr George W Reock from the First Ward was sworn in by Mr W H Posey Mr McClure moved that an assessor be elected and nominations declared in order It was adopted and the following gentlemen placed in nomination viz Jno W Jenkins Jake Abler A H Waggoner Chaa L McKee R C Steele J B Utterback H K Brawner and Thos J Hutchinson For four ballots the votes were scat Â¬ tering and on the fifth ballot after the hindmost candidate had been dropped the vote stood Brawner 5 Â¬ ger of James E Peppers distillery in Fayette county was made the re cipient Saturday night of an elegant gold watch by his friends in the revenue service A telegram sum moned Mr Reynolds here and on his arrival he was taken to the Capital Hotel and entertained at supper and then escorted to the deputy collectors office in the United States Court building Mr O G McAllister arose and on behalf of the large number Our buyer will leave in a few days for New York and to make room of gentlemen in the room made the for Spring purchases we must reduce our present stock Mr Reynolds presentation speech For thirty days we will offer Special Low replied that it was a testimonial Prices on our entire line of which he appreciated and would al ways be proud to wear The inscription on the watch was as follows Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Chas O Reynolds who recent- Â¬ ly resigned as district deputy in the Internal Revenue service of this dis Â¬ trict to accept the position of Mana Â¬ MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON Great Bargains for 30 Days In House Furnishings Â¬ Â¬ To Charles O Reynolds from his revenue friends of Frankfort Â¬ January Mrs It Of Milford Nob 21 1893 C Rhea Â¬ y- - ir i Ahler 1 Jenkins 1 Mr Brawner was declared whereupon duly elected to the office In regard to the proposition that the city adopt a souvenir spoon as selected from the best design offered in competition for a reward by the city which design and spoon were intended for exhibition at the Worlds Fair Mr Ellwanger as chairman of the committee to which the matter was referred mado unfavorable report which the council Waggoner 1 Â¬ N i lih m m r y from the school comwould displace 70 gas lamps in mittee reported adversely to the North Frankfort and 4 arc lights further continuance of the West End would displace 9 gas lamps in South Frankfort for which the city pays school or a total After discusion on the report in 24 each per year Citizens of 1896 tier annum The which Mr Watson and Mr Furr ex- Â¬ tive Electric Light Company hereby pressed the opinion that the school proposes to light the twenty 2000 had not been a success and Mr candlepower arc lights per location and Wakefield who was present and was on the map all night now every night paying for for the sum you are given a hearing on the subject made an unsatisfactory service only part a strong appeal forthe continuance of the night and will give bond to of the school Mr McClure moved faithfully perform this service for the rent of 100 until February 1st any reasonable period A motion was made and adopted be paid to Mr Burkhardt the owner that the second Tuesday night in of the house with the notification Â¬ the that the rent of the school if con- Â¬ each month be selected as board regu and tinued at all must be paid by the lar meeting night of the adjourned school board and not out of the city thereupon the council treasury The motion was adopted State op Ohio City of Toledo The same report paid a tribute of Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that praise to the school board for the firm senior faithful manner in which they have he is theCheney partner of the busi- Â¬ doing Co of F J discharged their trust and recom- Â¬ ness in the city of Toledo county mended that the attorney selected to and State aforesaid and that said assist in the preparation of a charter firm will pay the sum of one huneaoh and be directed to ask the Legislature to dred dollars for cannot beevery case cured by of Catarrh that have the charter so drawn as to admit the use of Halls Catarrh Cure of this city adding a manual training Frank J Cheney department to the city schools The Sworn to before me and subscribed Â¬ this recommendation was agreed to Mr in my presence 1880 6th day of De A D L Mangan and several others in per- Â¬ cember A W GLEASON son requested the counci to repeal Notary Public SEAL Â¬ Co-opera sustained Mr Watson For several years Gentlemen there has been more or less complaint by the citizens in the business portion of the city in regard to the method of lighting the streets with gas lamps lighted by moon schedule and lighted for only a part of the night and the citizens and police both claim that the police are a use less expense alter the lights are ex Â¬ tinguished say from 3 a m until daylight We have a plan for light ing the business part of North and South Frankfort with twenty 2000 candlepower electric arc lights six teen in North and four in South all night and every Frankfort night at a less expense than they are now lighted by gas for only a part of the night and that by the moon schedule Everyone will atmit that the moon schedule cannot be relied on to light the streets in a city the size of Frankfort By referring to the map of gas lights herewith submitted you will observe that 16 are lights placed where the crossmarks are on map Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ greatly from a complication of dis eases of female weakness and liver and kidney troubles Her health was Dont miss this opportunity to secure Genuine Bargains Each fully restored by using Dr Hales partment complete with new and strictly first class goods Household Tea the most pleasant and effective medicine known 25c and 50c per package atPH Carpen 1 ters drugstore Â¬ says she suffered Carpets Furniture Wall Papers Draperies M n de- Â¬ REPUBLICAN LEAGUE The Executive Committee to Meet in This City A meeting of the Executive Committee of the State League of Republican Clubs will be held in this city on Tuesday next for the purpose of making arrangements for a State Convention which will probably be called to meet early in May The meeting of the committee will be held at the Capital Hotel and a number of the prominent Republicans throughout the State are expected to be present Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rower Scott r Frazees Â¬ Carpets Furniture Wall Paper and Draperies MAIN AND BROADWAY Lexington Ky The Most Pleasant Way Of preventing the grippe colds headaches and fevers is to use the liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs whenever the system needs a gentle yet effective cleansing To be benefited one must get the true remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only For sale by all drug gist in 50c and 1 bottles Â¬ WATCH THE TIDE You will see that all the people with Money Buy Hardware Paints Oils Varnish Glass and Sporting Goods from the enterprising Pensioned pension Capt Geo W Daniel agent has secured pensions for the following persons during the last George Gray of Polsgrove week For this county 12 per month William Neal an increase to 12 from 6 per month Come Up and Settle Mr George L Payne as adminis Â¬ trator of his brother the late John W Payne gives notice in another column to all persons indebted to or having claims against the estate of the said decedent to call on him and adjust the same M P GMT Hardware Merchant Â¬ V Tl K Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ from obstructing the streets The nally and acts directly upon the request was referred to the street blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free committee F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Mr W T Reading The petitions of Sold by all druggists 75 cents and Mr L Tobln in regard to license S reductions were referred to the license committee Two More Physicians Mr Gray presented an ordinance Dr O H Reynolds of Bagdad making it an offense to burn paper any kind whatever alapathiBt and Dr W H Merideth boxes or trash of on the stroets the penalty for which of Eminence homoeopathist have was placed from two to ten dollars located in this city for the practice of their profession The latter gontle and it was adopted committee stated that man will be associated with Dr J The clock they had secured the services of Mr A Lucy Sam Whitehead for the position of For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ clock keeper use or Mr McClure from the city hall the ordinance prohibiting vehicles A New Professor at the K M Ool I ed Professor of Military Sslence at the Kentucky Military Institute and will report for duty by February 1st Should bo kept af stables and stock Oil is the best friend not only of man but of dumb beasts as well For swelled joints strained tendons old sores saddle galls and wounds of all kinds there is no rem edy like Salvation Oil Price 25 cents per bottle Â¬ Samuel It Douglas ex army officer and graduate of West Point of the class of 76 has been appoint Â¬ yardsSalvation m Â¬ ble i tt W L Coppersmith gives the strictest If attcntlou to big rutin r department Mr Watson moved that the clerk your watch or clock stops take it to Cop Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla 15tf procure the necessary outfit for the porsmltb tbo Jeweler committee announced that the mittee had the opera houso com- Â¬ d bROWNS IRON BITTERS Indigestion variety at Jeweleri Holiday novolties t in endloss Coppersmiths the 1 5 tf Allgoods bought of Copper16 tf smith engraved free Â¬ amy 530 17 J 10 Distons Hand LING ooo L We will close out as follows Troy Surreys worth Si 75 at 145 Williams Paint at Si 45 per Sherwin gallon Germania Paint at Si 20 per gallon Eagle Lead at 7 cts per pound Tube Paints 0j4 cts each Diamond Dye at 6 cts each Window Glass 80 per cent off list O Sl3 TLX T f I Oolt of AT 51 6l2t ITaJLl JEtc oujpar cents 1 and Wagon Material Cutlery Brushes of all kinds Uopc Lamp Chimneys Sewer Pipe Crockery Ware Sash Doors Blinds Building Paper Barbeil and Plain Wire Cartridges Seed Oits Field and Garden Seed And i full line of We make the following cash Prices Steele Nails per Keg Si 85 base Wire Nails per Keg S190 base Pad Locks 10 cts Door Locks 20 cts Saw 1 10 Horse Shoes S3 75 per 100 pounds Shot 6 cts Rifle Powder 20 cts Guns and Fishing Tackle at cost Shells 27lA cents Per box Trace Chains 35 cts Farmers Harries 50 els Collar Pads 35 cts Collars Si 25 Grate Baskets 4 cK per pound Milburn Wagons Iron Roofing Lime Plaster Cement Oils Varnish Harness Whips Saddles Belting Hose Coupling Iron Steel GENERHL HHRDWHRE GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Cor Main and Lewis Streets this week on business connected the road Hon Claude Thomas of Paris was Mrs Dora Ferguson is ill at her here this week home on Broadway from a Miss Jennie Gaines is home Mr Pat Newman and wife and chilvisit to Cincinnati dren are home from Roby Covington Judge W W Oleary of Miss Kate Overton of Newport is was here this week visiting Mrs A W Overton visitMiss Lowry of Covington is Mr George Wilson of Lagrange ing Miss Laura French is visiting relatives in the city is Miss Sue Rodman of Louisville Mr Hub Whittington went to visiting her relatives here Owen county Thursday to visit Mrs Russell Sneed made a brief friends for several weeks visit to Louisville this week Messrs Wm Coovert and W B Louis- StelTee went to New Albany Indiana Judge Wm L Jackson of this week to visit friends ville was in the city Tuesday wife Miss Fannie Moore after a visit to Cape W F Dandridge and Mrs S A Thomas returned to her visited in Richmond this week Mr Alex Szymanski vieited in home in Georgetown Tuesday Misses Mamie and Annie Starling Louisville the first of the week Mrs M J Dudley returned to her of Henderson attended the funerai of Mrs Jacob Swigert yesterday home in Covington Wednesday Riinheam Hemnstead of Miss Jane Cantrill of Louisville Mirh Louisville is visiting relatives here after a visit to Mrs Snively at Dr Williams returned home Wednes Mr and Mrs T Griflin of Louisday ville are visiting their relatives here Mrs McEnnis the mother of Miss Maggie Gorman of LouisMessrs Wm and Charles McEnnis ville visited Mrs J G Schweers this is ill at her home at Oklahoma near week this city Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington Mr John B Mastinjr of Owenton Is visiting her brother Mr Wm 0 a prominent candidate for Collector Herndon of the Fifth District was in the city Mr George BMarkham of Carroll yesterday ton was here Monday visiting his Mr John Botts jr of Winchester relati ves viBited his father Hon John Botts Mrs Clay Hatchitt of Newtown Representative from Shelby county Scott county is visiting Mr and Mrs this week R P Pepper Mrs A J Alexander and Miss Belle Rev Wm M Pratt D D of Louis- Breck of Woodburn attended the ville was in the city Wednesday Spanish reception at Judge Lindsays visiting friends residence Tuesday night Mrs H Owsley of Spring Station Mr Edmund Rodman has resigned visited her father Capt Sam San his place with Mr G R Rodman and ders this week accepted a position in the office at Capt Jno Barrett and wife of Cin the distillery of W A Gaines Co cinnati are visiting Mr and Mrs Mrs L M Maus of Prescott Johnson Barrett Arizona wife of Dr Maus of the Hon I A Spalding of Morgan United States Army is visiting her field was here this week the guest sisters Mrs Mary B Day and Miss Mag Russell of Judge Wm Lindsay Ella Newhouse returned home Miss Mr Robert Jillson and bride to arrived from their trip to New York this week from a months visit and Washington Thursday night and friends at Ohristiansburg went to New are stopping at the residence of Mr Miss Maud Steffee Albany Ind Tuesday to visit her Jillsons parents Major H S Hale State Treasurer aunt Mrs Selena Dnrbin Mr D B Walcutt was assigned to it is said has leased the new residuty Saturday as gauger at the 0 F dence on Second street belonging to Miss Julia Blakemore and will re0 and Carlisle distilleries Miss Rosa Gorin after a visit to move to it next week returned Mr John Hawkins and son ClarMrs J M Vanderveer ence will go to Chicago to day The home to Louisville Tuesday Miss Mamie Quiggins of Elizabeth former is under employment at the town who has been visiting relatives Worlds Fair and the latter has se cured ar position in a largo drug in this city has returned home Mr and Mrs Hal S Oorbett of house Pineville arrived Tuesday to visit Mr Louis Harris of this city a Mr Corbetts parents in the city musician of great Bkill and power is endeavoring with favorable prosMiss Maria Pepper and her father pects of succeeding to secure a posi001 Pepper and brother Robt Pep musical department of per jr were in Lexington Saturday tion in the WorldB Fair Ho will bear with the Miss Lizzio Pence and her guest him the endorsement of all the Miss Alibel Miller of Owensboro State Commissioners and many other visited Mr W L Pence in Lexington State officers and members of the Legislature this week is Mies Annie Frazee of Maysville Misses Nellie Hagarty Virginia and with her father Hon J M Frazee Annie Richardson and Maggie Oar Representative from Mason county roll and Messrs Pat Hagarty and at the Capital Hotel Leonard Shouse of Lexington Miss Mrs John Young Brown Maggie Gorman and Mr R D Board Dr and Jr who visited at the Executive of Louisville Miss Hannah Smith of Mansion last week returned homo to Versailles and Mr Michael Oonroy the Central Asylum at Lakeland Sat of Mt Sterling were among the visi urday tors at the fanoy dress hop given by Mr R H Ingram assistant to the Sedarmoc Club at the Capital President M H Smith of the Louis Â¬ Hotel ball room Friday night of last Nashville railroad was here week ville PERSONAL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iVI A COLLI Mg Social Events Gj Opposite the Farmers Bank p Mr and Mrs George Wilder enter- Â¬ tained their friends Saturday even- Â¬ ing at a candy pulling Messrs Henry Brady Charlie Long and Frank Hodges furnished the music for the occasion Mrs Charles E Haflf will enjtertain the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club next Monday Sj m 11 RWl Jn J fcS W mmhm former price Mk V w r GJMB tSM Oh airs Oak Oak 3300 1600 Dozen Now Oik Walnut 28 00 2500 5200 2000 account of the Senatorial next Thursday night the Frankfort German Club has changed the date of its next dance from from Thursday the 2d to Wednes day the 1st of February Miss Henrietta Blackburn gave a house party the latter half of the week at which Mr and Mrs J M VanDerveer Miss Birdie Brown Miss Rosa Gorin of Louisville Mr W R Griffith and others were among the guests On Caucas Sideboards Cherry Walnut Oak former price 2400 8500 6500 5006 1600 1000 Now 3co Â¬ Walnut Ash 7000 55oo 4500 1400 Bed Room Suits Mahogany former price 900 Now Walnut Birch Oak Â¬ Mrs Wickliffe Chapman will enter- Â¬ tain the Ladies Afternoon Euchre Club this afternoon Mrs Philip Carpenter will enter Â¬ 35000 11500 10000 I2C00 1 30000 10000 10000 8500 Parlor Suits A11 Â¬ tain her lady friends at cards next Wednesday between the hours of twelve and four in honor of her sis ter Mrs George L Willis Â¬ San Captain Sweeney U S A Diego Gal says Shilohs Catarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good Price 60 cents Sold by W 21 MeKee Hardie Now 9000 1000 Mahogany 10000 8750 Oak 6500 5500 Oak 450O 5500 other goods will be included and the sale will continue until we make room for our Spring Stock Turkish Suit former price R ROGERS The West End School SON MOST SUCCESSFUL Jan2Hy Real Estate Transfers James R Smith and wife to G W and J P Wheatley a tract of thirty acres of land in the county for 750 near the Forks of Elkhorn Lloyd Featherstone and wife to Miss Ella Ready and others a tract of three acres in the county for 350 near the Forks of Elkhorn Co real Messrs L B Marshall estate agents have sold for Col J Stoddard Johnston a lot on Second street 50 by 190 feet adjoining the property of Geo A Lewis to Mrs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ While the public school in the West End may be an expensive experiment there is no doubt but that it has done great good during its brief existence of which fa cb one can easily be convinced by drop- Â¬ ping in there at any time When the school was first organized most of the scholars were ragged unkept and ignorant but now they are all tidy in their dress their faces are clean and bright thoy have advanced rapidly in the branches taught and it is to be regretted that there is a Mrs probability of the school being Lulie B Longraoor for 1875 Longmoor will erect a handsome abolished The city council has re residence upon it in the spring fused longer to pay the rent of the Gayle and wife to George house in which it is taught and the Walter L Payne for 1100 a double frame members of the School Board are undor the impression that they have house on Cross street South Side no right under the law to expend any lot 75 by 112 feet Louis and Celia Woitzel to VV H part of the fund under their control Â¬ Hockensmith for 1200 house and for the purpose of securing a building in which to hold the school so it lot on Washington street seems that the poor children who have W H Hockensmith and wife to enjoyed the privilege of being taught Jennie OConnell for 1550 house there will have to go to the school on and lot on Washington street the South Side or grow up in igno rance It seems to us that some pro- Â¬ A Leader vision should be made to continue Since its first introduction Electric the school even if it is expensive as Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor until now it is clearly in the it has been proven that the children lead among pure medicinal tonics in that locality will not go Jo the and alteratives containing nothing South Side and were glad to attend which permits its use as a beverage near at home Education lessens or intoxicant it is recognized as the purest medicine for all ail- Â¬ crime and it is far better for the best and ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys city to pay a comparatively small It will cure Sick Headaohe Indiges Â¬ sum for improving the minds and tion Constipation and drive Malaria making good citizens of the street from the system Satisfaction guar Â¬ anteed with each bottle or the money gamins of to day than to incur the Price only 50o large expense of taking care of them will be refunded per bottle Sold by P H Carpen when they become the criminals of z ter I next year as they surely will if al Glad Tidings lowed to grow up in ignorance Â¬ Â¬ EYE EUR THR necl lut tn he tiitn T And Chronic WfWiR0 DRSTOCKDALE The celebrated Specialist formerly of New York City now Consult lit Physician of Southern Med Â¬ ical Institute or Louisville Ky will be at the CAPITAL HOTKL l ruiiklort between the hours in on of 1030 am and 8 1 1 returning every four weelcs DR STOCK HALE has had yearn of experience In the largest hos pitals In the country Is a graduate of several of the best colleges and has for a uunibel of rears made a specialty of all chronic and surgical dis eases He treats succoHafully and dos not take the case unless a euro can be guaranteed Acute and Chronic Catarrh Ringing In Ears Deufness Disease of the Eye Ear Nose Throat Lungs Kidney Urinary and IJladder Troubles Brlirhta Disease Diabetes Dyspepsia Constipa tion Rheumatism mid Paralysis Epilepsy or Fits positively cured Young or mldd e aged men suffering from Spermatorrhea Impotoncv Eruptions the results of errors or excesses should cal before It is too We guarantee a euro If case has not gone late Â¬ Momlay February 13th Â¬ Â¬ i BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES As Syphlllls Scrofula Stricture Gleet etc cured by never fulling remedlos Disease of Women such as Lucorrhea Painful Menstruation Displacement of Womb Hearing Down Pains In Dack relieved In short time The Doctor carries all his portable Instruments and comes prepared to examine the most obscure medical and surgical cases He undertakes no Incurable disease but cures hundreds given up to die Consultation free and couuuenuai Address Â¬ Â¬ The testimonials which the mail Dr brings in every day run thus Bulls Cough Syrup cured the baby It cured me of a most of croup distressing cough or it cured my great herbal tonie stimulates the little boy of sore throat We could digestive organs regulates the sys not do without it tem to vigorous health and energies Large packages 60o Samples free Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 46 Sold by Chapman Williams Â¬ The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age Dyspepsia Liver Complaint Rheumatism Cos tivenoss General Debility etc is Aunt Fannys Health Restorer This Â¬ I 1 STOCK E LOUISVILLE KY D ij JMumt m season if it is desired the books will bo drawn for by lot or ns nnnounced before bo turned over to the cause of a public library JUDGE LINDSAY THE NEXT DEAD CINCH SENATOR G L HANNEN P O SOWER G L HANNEN DEALERS IN CO Sash Doors Glass Big Excimtent in Town n if ic rJ lt M V fe l Over the remarkable cures by the grandest specific of tho age Aunt Fannys Health Restorer which actB Yesterday Gov Joe B McOrenry as a natural laxative stimulates tho notiiled his friends that he had with- Â¬ digestive organs regulates the liver is natures groat drawn from the race and later Capt and kidneys andrenower you want a healer and health WHEN PLOW that Stone made a similar announcement If you have Kidney Liver or Blood will make you which gives the Democratic nomina Â¬ Disorder do not delay but call at angrynever always keep and Williams drug store for a you tion to Judge Lindsay who is every Chapman Rind thnt you free trial package Large size 50c inch a gentleman and a Senator bought it just come in 46 and get you an worthy the great honor which his THE KENTUCKY PARLOR party will unanimously tender to him next Thursday night Spanish Entertainment at OLIVER CHILLED Hon A E Willson of Louisville And Judge Wm Lindsays has been nominated by the Republi Â¬ SOLD BY can members of the Legislature aB The Spanish entertainment at the tho nominee of their party to opposo residence of Mrs Wm Lindsay on Judge Lindsay but of course they Wapping street Tuesday night was G L HANNEN are so much in the minority the nom- Â¬ attended by a largo number of peo- Â¬ ination is nothing more than a com- Â¬ ple many of whom were visitors pliment to an able enthusiastic and from other cities The rooms were G0 hard working member of the party beautifully decorated the royal col- Â¬ Jin Jiin ors of Spain predominating with A PUBLIC LIBRARY fancy little Spanish ornaments to A GREAT STATESMAN heighten the effect The ladies were A Great Need for Want of Which attired in Spanish costumes and the James Gillespie Blaine Writer Ladies Will Organize a Pri Â¬ gentlemen in full dress suits Prof Successor to W H Hall vate Circulating Library Congressman and Presidential Wolfes orchestra varied by the That May Yet Take Candidate Dead guitar club as Spanish students disWider Steps coursed the music for tho evening Though Hon James G Blaine has This city the Capital of the State A regular Spanish lunch was served been very ill for a number of months a center of refinement and culture Mrs Cowan and Misses Mary Page the announcement of his death yes- Â¬ Toilet Articles Combs Brushes has no public library from which and Jennie Gaines presiding over the terday was a sad surprise and imme Â¬ Patent Medicines Sundries c Physicians prescriptions accurately compounded those who are too poor to buy good tables About 100 was realized from diately upon receipt of the informa the entertainment which the ladies tion the Legislature adjourned out of reading matter can obtain the loan at nil hours by C L GAYLE who is thoroughly of books or the use of a chair in a of the Columbian Club of this city respect to his memory competent and reliable room with fire and light to read by intend to donate towards the furnish Â¬ Mr Blaine was one of the few great in peace and comfort away from tho ing of the Kentucky parlor at the statesmen whose ability was recog- cares and sorrows of life and out Of Worlds Fair nized by both political parties and sight and hearing of loafers gossips whose influence as a leader of one of A Ministers Good Fortune or other enfeebling or vicious influ Â¬ the parties has left its impress on ences to which without counter atRev J R Miller pastor of the the legislation of the country First M E Church of Biff Run Pa He was born at West Brownsville traction they might readily succumb Jan 21 1 y Lafayette Ind Echo as Washington county Pennsylvania Poor people have no means by which writeB the Overwork in follows ministry January 31 1830 they can provide their children aside last winter caused me to the and educated in that break down from achool text books with such completely I treated with several county and at Lancaster Ohio where reading as their tastes may lead them physicians without relief and finally he lived for a time in the family of to select and in consequence such gave up and traveled eight weeks Hon Thomas Ewing then Secretary doctoring all the time and came children grow up in comparative ig- Â¬ home no better I then began the of the United States Treasury About norance of history biography po- Â¬ use of Dr Miles Restorative Is ervine 1848 he became a professor in the etry science and general literature four bottles of which cured me and Western Military Institute at George- Â¬ which often give the mind direction I am now as well as ever in my life town Ky and after a labor hereof and power The ladies of Midway two years returned home to Pennsyl State Board of Equalization and Owensboro and other towns in vania to practice law In 1853 he reON MAIN STEET TO Gov Brown on Tuesday appointed moved to Augusta Maine to take this State a few months ago success fully established a public library from the following gentlemen members of charge of the Kennebec Jour- Â¬ the proceeds of entainments and the the State Board of Equalization viz nal and joined the Republican co operation of those who were dis- Â¬ B H Vansant of Sandy Hook J S party on its formation and in posed to aid the cause by the contri- Â¬ Phelps of Fayette county Joseph J 1858 became noted as one of the Capital Hntel nf bution of books or money and now Murray of Louisville and Edward great political speakers and was the citizens of those towns refer to Starks of Fulton county The three made chairman of the State Commit- Â¬ BSFThey will fill this space with an entire jjnew advertisement in a their institutions with pride as a secretaries of the former boards have tee of that party He was successive- short time place of great resort and public ne been Mr John W Payne Mr W H ly a member of the State Legislature cessity The sum of one hundred Posey and Mr John Harrod all of member of Congress first in 1862 the dollars judiciously expended would this city As the two latter gentle Â¬ leader of the Republican party on the we mingle our tears with theirs sIlllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIU buy at the present low prices of men are experienced in the business death of Hon Thaddeus Stevens would point them to Him who hasÂ¬ promised a matter most essential to the Speaker of the National House in less and a to be a father to the father- I books at least one hundred and fifty husband to the widow well bound volumes which if sup- Â¬ proper performance of the work of 1869 a number of times since then the Resolved That a copy of these n i mi u SEWING MACHINE plemented by a small contribution jmic uutviu iv i piuuuuiB 11 iiuvy win uts foremost candidate for President resolutions bo spread upon the min- Â¬ re elected by the new board if chey not to succeed in obtaining the office utes of our lodge and our Secretary Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiil from the many private selections in be requested to send a copy same the city of such works as the owners desire to apply for the place The and Secretary of State under Presi Â¬ to the family of our deceased of brother WARRANTED may not care to preserve any longer first named secretary being dead will dent Garfield and also President Har Â¬ and the city papers be requested to 5 YEARS or may have in later or more com- Â¬ require the selection of a new man rison until he resigned about a year publish the same i Resolved That the members of plete editions duplicated copies The board however will not meet ago to retire to private life and wait Capital Lodge No 6 1 O O P wear would give the movement a start that and organize for a number of months the end which he then felt was ap- Â¬ the usual badge of mourning for thirty 30 days and our charter would not cease until tho public li- Â¬ yet as the new revenue law does not proaching TJTWBwfcillBt 1 HmT EbIHWC ciraped in crepe provide for the return of the assess His Twenty Years of Congress brary of Frankfort was established Albert Chilson on a secure and permanent basis ment rolls until next June but in the published in 1883 and his speeches Tiios Hunter meanwhile the Auditor is authorized and addresses before tho House par Â¬ wide reaching in the scope 01 its in O A Nelson Committee fluence and furnishing the strangers to call the board whenever there are ticularly the eulogy pronounced on the evidence of general culture in the enough returns to begin the annual President Garfield are regarded as city that a private library reflects labor of equalizing as between the superior dignified and eloquent rhet Shilohs Vitulizer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver Yellow counties upon the individual in his home oric Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Â¬ As a public library appears to be Is Marriage a FailureP anteed to give you satisfaction one of the unattainable things for Dr Hales Household Ointment Price 75c Sold by W McKee Hardie Frankfort a number of ladies in the Have you been trying to get the iiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinifc city have conceived the plan of or- Â¬ best out of existence without health Is the finest remedy in the world in your family Have you been It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Hnsalarco Hlrrh Arm ganizing a private circulating library wearing out you life from the effects Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures - Haaholt8etUnirNdIo 5 Electric Bitters S Has a Soir threndlnp Shuttle k with the ultimate purpose in view of Dyspepsia Liver Complaint and Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum H8 No Equal in Construction 5 This remedy is becoming so prove agreeable to Indigestion you sleepless at in the most soothing manner Cures Has a Mechanical Appearance Are that if it should b B Elegant Finish 5 the club the books might be retained night Do you awake in the morning Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids well known and so popular as to 5 lias anrerfeot Adjustment Has a a Cures Coughs and Colds feeling languid with coated tongue Can be need no special mention All s Has n Positive TnKe Jii s as a nucleus for a public library to and sallow haggard looks Has Furultura Dont do taken internally A positive specific who have used Electric Bitters b Has StylishGood Moro s aoes a Lnrgor Sewlnc Qualities and which they would be donated when- Â¬ it A shout in tho camp tells how for Pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Itanpro ofGonral Work b Aunt Fannys Health Restorer has Chilblains Sores of long standing sing the same song of praise ever tho number would justify tho p tlian any SewlngMachlno In tho World Trial Corns and Bunions are cured quickly A purer medicine does not exist opening of such an institution or the cured others it will cure you 50c Examlno THE ROYAL for points of I package free Largo size at different from all else superior to all and it is guaranteed to do all that Â¬ people of the city would show a dis- Chapman excellence and you will 1 else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes is Williams claimed Electric Bitters will buy no other Large size cheapest Sold at Carpen Â¬ 46 position to take hold of the matter cure all diseases of the Liver and 8 ters drug store and inaugurate a movement to that Top Drawer Kidneys will remove Pimples g ROYAL S M CO Rockford III 1 Â¬ end At present however it is pureSolid Silver Novelties at Cop Â¬ Boils Salt Rheum and other affec- Â¬ BIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllltlirillIK ly a private club that a number of u GENERAL persmiths tions caused by impure blood 15 tf ladies on the South Side intend to A Kentucky Desperado Wils Will drive Malaria from the sys form at a meeting to bo hold for that Howard the noted desperado from Resolutions of Respect tem and prevent as well as cure all purpose next Wednesday afternoon Harlan county in this State was For cure of at tho residence of Mrs Kate Mauer found guilty of the wilful murder of Tho following resolutions wore Malarial fevers Headache Constipation and Indi Â¬ Â¬ on Shelby street Already twenty la a deaf mute at Lebanon Missouri on adopted by Capital Lodge No 0 I AT gestion try Electric Bitters En Â¬ dies have signified their intention of Wednesday He will bo sentenced to O O P at tho regular meeting on tire satisfaction guaranteed or becoming members and by the time bo hanged but will probably appeal Monday evening ZEP ULblic money efunded Price 50 cts is believed that the case of tho first meeting it Whereas The Grand Master of per bottle at South Side as many aB forty will have subscribed the universe has again visited our and OUDLR Â¬ Cholera Scare A child of Thom lodge and taken away from us to the drug store BY John H OK THE COPRT IN THE CASE OF to tho movement Tho initiation fee NutteiH idinr against JonnlR Nutters heirs A c I will rent nt public outcry to our P H CARlIiVTER 5 will be one dollar and dues ten or as Wattingly about four miles from Grand Lodgo on high who beloved the hluhest bidder at the court house door In Bro B F Firestone was an Frankfort Ky on With this Lebanon Ky died Tuesday night Odd Fellow of many years standing fifteen cents a month be bought as with all tho symptoms it was believ Â¬ having been initiated Doc 18th 1805 money such books will SZBSTJ-AK-S- Devoted to the principles of our Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 1893 eaoh member may indicate and at ed of genuine Asiatic cholera order and true and steadfast in tho stated periods a genoral exchange Change op Cities -- Tommy Shan faith he walked upright in friend Â¬ tho farm of 187 acres situated In Franklin will take place until tho round of non who was once a page in the Leg ship love and truth therefore Ky adjoining the In ench city WATGrTTTTI MANAGER country place to ennnty tanner near andScholield Henry lands of A JuU town and Thos i aml W Clay of Resolved That wo deeply deplore showHXi the olub has been made with the islature but now a well to do book Â¬ samples of and Tip MCoun his sudden death as our great and Wntcheu Jewelry Shoes ClothingunriDress Hoods color Ben White rent the rami until und near Fnrimlale Will liuve price Silverware conies purchased There will bo no maker has closed his pool room in January 1894 the renter to execute bond for tho loss That we sympa lists distributed Send stamp can make 500 duplicate copies and eaoh book will Olnoinnatl and gone into business irroparablehis family in the groat lossÂ¬ to 1000 per day Man or Ladyfor quick answer amount of rent due Jai uary 1 1694 with good thize with to tecurlty uiuus uo Louisville Ky WUPOSEY n be numbered and at the end of tho with Payne in Covington whioh they have sustained and while Jan 28 2ts Master Commissioner F c 0 Gov Withdrawn From tho Raco Mc Dreary and Capt Stone Oils Paints Harness Saddles - c 323 Bioad wuy FraaaOsfeit ZKy W EicKEE BARDIE Drugs and Â¬ Pure Chemicals I 20S St Clair Street Halls Old Stand Â¬ JACOB SWIGERT CO Have Removed From the Bafzell Building I Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 AWN STREET Basement the Â¬ Â¬ I I I ui ROYAL I uii I I Â¬ 111 Â¬ Farm For Bent C ULtcrsr 1 e Â¬ 1 t I v 4 PAMFOfiT WW A ROUNDABOUT Hiilnriilinn Llio thhiirs Littoral at the post odloo at Frankfort Kentucky as aeconcl claae mailable matter heart and mind and give stability to character being of prime import tillUi In fact that enrich the I AMUSEMENTS Mr Pottor of Texas mil pmy iiiib I its 1 11 uu uxuuuuiil uramjitiz J A I V as a gentleman remarked r p0W01ful novel8 As presented on the other day Frankfort is no loss the stage of the Opera House last evening it ranked high among tho a village than Bagdad and still more pieces FRANKFORT JAN J8 1893 which have occupied tneso fjn V of a cosmopolitan city JlLI The characters UUlirUH MUS HUIlHUn ville It is a villago in its quick are all thoroughly individualized in THE SITUATION SEOTCHESSS spreading news its social amenities the story it may be said without ex- Â¬ inhabitants for ception admirably handled last eve- Â¬ kind solicitude of the The Caucus Will be Held Next the welfare of each other and the air ning Mr Henry Weaver jr as tho and for blutf hearty whole souled cattle Thursday Night and Judge of contentment and general repose king from Texas is an unqualified Lindsay Nominated CaatorUia bo veil adapted to children UuU OMtoria enros Colic Constipation His clever acting leaves which is breathed over the place and success Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation I recommend itMsuperiortoanjr prescription Senator Mr Hugh Kills Worms girea sleep and promotes dl causes the visitors from the large nothing to be desired A AacnxK M D known to mo II rcstlon kind hearted old on in astonishment at Gibson is aB tho and is just tho man Without injurious medication Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N T peer natural Thqugh a majority of the members cities to look Â¬ petitioned the Democratic Caucus the tranquility in such olose proxim- Â¬ for the character while his inciden Â¬ For sereral years I hare recommended agita tal assumption of the role of Ralph The uso of Castoria Is BC nnlTersal and your Castoria and shall always continue to Committee in both houses to hold a ity to never ending effort and Its merits bo well known that it seems a work A word in- Â¬ Errol is no loss successful of supererogation to endorse it Few are the do bo as lb has invariably produced beneficial caucus this week to nominate a Sen- Â¬ tion But it is a great city in the Mr John E Haynes intellfeont famines who do not keep Castoria results1 strangers all of whom unlike of praise is due the character of Van within easy reach Edwin F Pahcm M D for his work in ator to succeed Hon John G Carlisle flux of ClHLOl JLinTTN D D a city of greater magnitude may be Oott the Anglo American dude a Tbo Wlnthrop 125th Street and 7th Ave City New York the committee a majority of whom New York City direct part most difficult to sustain and Late Pastor Bloomincdlo EoX onnod Church are opposed to Judge Lindsay ig Â¬ seen here and brought into As withal well done Mr Guy Nichols the nored the petition and postponed the contact with the people and Snapper are inseperable and Tmt CsMTAua Coinuirr 77 Murray Street New York Capital of the State drawing visitors do extremely well Miss Stella Bonidate for the caucus to next Thursday also night No new candidates in the from al1 Parts of the State and con- - face carries a difficult role to the closing scene with power grace and nountrv the citizens are race wero announced or likely to the to sink self out of finish Miss Busy as the beautiful enter and in the light of the con Â¬ stantly required daughter of tho big Texan is charm Feb 13 ly tinued nroddinp- hv tho nress for the sight and learn that there are people ing She has a delicacy of presence Legislature to eleofc a Senutor and cet and places of equal if not more im that makes her acting well nigh per Â¬ fect Miss James is petite and grace Â¬ down to work at the earliest moment portance to the government than the ful and does well In fact tho cast is the action of the committee was in people of Frankfort This unceasing a strong one and their performance the nature of a disappointment It flow of fresh blood fresh ideas is is worthy of commendation Lowell Â¬ system Courier wnH fiinnviv nvidanfc thnr thR fiommit- - bound to invigorate the whole tee were endeavoring to train time in and enlarge the scope of the view of At the Opera House Monday even- Â¬ the hope that in some miraculous the people In Louisville now where I ing January 30th way the majority of the votes in the have lived all my life there are really Whiteside as Hamlet caucus which are certain to be cast more narrow confined routine pro for Judge Lindsay could be overcome vlnclnl people in every three blocks The management of the Opera An effort was made to break the than youll find in this whole city House will introduce to its patrons If not you owe it to yourself your family and your estate to ex- Â¬ Lindsay phalanx by inducing other They think that all Kentucky is cen Wednesday February 1st the bril- Â¬ tragedian Mr amine it before you insure It is the fairest safest and cheapest poli- Â¬ candidates to announce themselves tralized and exists in Louisville that liant and artistic A critic writes Walker Whiteside F Hargis of outside of it there is nothing worth His conception of character and the cy offered notably Judge Thos Louisville but this gentleman a the living If you were to ask one in intelligence with which he acts is a Write the date of your birth on a postal card and mail to me and staunch friend of Judge Lindsays what part of the State a certain town revelation a surprise eveu a marvel get a statement of what it will cost man of like others who were prevailed upon or county was situated it is most and stamps him as being aindomiVV A McNKELY Genl Agent could not tell you positively remarkablo mental strength was not caught in the Senatorial trap likely he Lexington Ky table will and intensely dramatic MALCOLM FRANKLIN and the situation to day remains the that there was any such town or force worthy of any role and favora- Â¬ Special Agent J R Williams Local Agt As for any ble comparison with Booth Barrett same as last week with no other county in the State Frankfort Ky He is natural Nov 2G 3in entries than Judge Lindsay and Con points of history concerning the and McCullough and the glowing original artistic gressman McCreary of the Eighth State and the illustrious names that genius that constantly shines forth and Congressman Stone of the First every boy in Frankfort is as familiar tells that the delineations of the district It is not thought now there with as the names of his daily corn characters he portrays is his own work will be any change in the situation panions that is something wholly lesson and not perfectly memorized He is taught oy another out of their line of thought or read gifted with a fine voice over which and whether the three gentlemen are tinned in nomination before the ean- - ing The love of home is commend- he has complete control and to watch INM cus or not Judge Lindsay is certain able and a quality that cannot be too his mental grasp ot meanings which is in to get there and with a sufficient ma- - much encouraged but I have traveled have puzzled older heads which itself have a study to the audiences jority to make his supporters feel a good deal in my life and I know everywhere been gratifyingly large quite easy over the unnecessary post- Â¬ that the world is filled with broad Mr Whiteside will appear as Ham Â¬ and growing people every- - let supported by an able company cultured ponement of the caucus Judge Lindsay is a brainy man where in the cross road precincts of a from Travelers may Calicos 5 eminently able to wear the large the country as well as among the Mr C D Cone learn lesson attor- Â¬ a prominent mantle of Carlisle and a Senator in surging and struggling masses of ney of Parker Dakota who says I Best Blue Calicos 6 whom Frankfort may justly take New York Paris or London and it is never leave home without taking a Good Cotton 5 pride as the worthy successor of her viewing the world at very short bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol- Â¬ me Diarrhoea Kemedy lead one to suppose era and many occasions havewith with last great Senator John J Oritten- - range that would ran and on Hope 612 that the Inchest development ot It to the relief of some sufferer and den For A large and well assorted stock of Dry Goods Carpets mans powers can only take place in have never known it to fail and THE STATE COMMISSIONERS the large cities of the land Many sale by J W Gayle druggist Cloaks cheap parents in interior and small towns Por Worlds Pair Appropriation make that mistake in the weakness Excursion Bates on the Midland He appointed and Organized of a vanity to have their son obtain February 0th to 12th the Kentucky the advantage as they call it of city Mid land Railway will sell tickets to Nov 5 am The Governor last Saturday ap life and frequently pass away them- Â¬ Mobile Alabama and New Orleans pointed the old board of commission selves before the unhappy sequel of Louisiana and return at one fare for ers for the Worlds Fair with the ex disappointment and the undistin- - the round trip limited to return of Mardi Gras ception of Mr Young E Allison who gulBhnble mass become their sons March 7th account to 20th they offer On February 23d Co ueciineu w serve tub names oi um futurQ Even if they are obliged to one and one third fare for round trip members of the board are Messrs W Uve in a les8 pretentious style in to Winchester account of Y M CA H Dulaney of Louisville Dr J fcheIr native town they preserve Convention C DBbrcaw D Olardy of Hempstead Christian MnHfv ani are looked noun GPA county Hon J D Black of Bar with esteem by their fellow citizens Hon A D James of and by people who may visit the boursville Kings Royal Germateur Central City Muhlenburg county town and who is it that does not Pre eminently the medicine of the and Hon John W Yerkes of Dan- Â¬ swell with pride in the thought that century Its phenominal success as and favorite ville The board met in the Gov- Â¬ he is of some consequence in the place a seller acknowledged with the people wonder of the is the ernors office Wednesday and after where he lives Bub in Frankfort medicine world Based upon the SEE GET being sworn organized by electing especially where there is every ad Germ theory of Diseases it is unique CALL com- Â¬ Mr Dulaney Chairman and Mr vantage physically socially mental- Â¬ modern and at once popular necessary house- Â¬ mending itself Yerkes Secretary Subsequently they ly and morally everything that lifts hold remedy asItaadvertises best by elected the former lady commission- Â¬ the man and gives him the stamp of its use Specific for all Catarrhal MANHOOD RESTORED The Services tho SAMATIVO ers viz Mrs Susan Brown ofOwens nobility I ofcen wonder why there diseases a Nerve Tonic and Blood Wonderful Spanish OF- It is without doubt the Ileruedy la aold with a boro Miss Ida Symmes of Louis- Â¬ should ever be seen drifting away Purifier Written Ouarantoo most reliable germ destroyer in ex to euro nil Moivoui Dis ville and Miss Lucy Lee Hill of Lex- Â¬ to the large cities of the country istance and to the extent that the cuses Buth as Weak ington They will proceed at once in search of a few more paltry dollars germ theory is correct Kings Royal Memory Loss of Brain Power Headache to oonclude a contract for the Ken- Â¬ than they might earn at home so Germoteur is tho remedy It is no Lute Musical Director Wakefulness Lootilnn VoyugerUnem Co us hood NorvoticnciBLiii tucky Building at Chicago and make many of the sons of the most worthy accident but is the result of fifteen 5 I Bltudo all dial mid Jr Uso low 6t power or tim other arrangements for the outlay of and esteemed families It is a pity years study of medical genius For Before After 1 uencrauvo uigana in riiotogrnpliearromiHC 19 Williams sale by Chapman I cither sex caused ly in the 100000 appropriation for the dis that the field here is not large enough over exertion youthful iwllncretloiisor tho cxccmIvo Can be secured by 0110 or two bauds within rea jsuoi iouocco opium or ruiriiiums uincn iiiiininiciy sonable distance of Frankfort play of Kentuckys evidences of to furnish employment to all but lend to Inilrinlty CoiiKiiiniitloii mid Iiismltr Put ii For Rent Correspondence Solicited Inconvenient form to carrv in tho vent pocket 1ilce progress and resources at the Worlds ft a rnckngc or for 85 with cveiy order o ulve n Im sure that wherever they may go Nov 19 tf written to euro or Circular Fair The new two story frame dwelling money gunrantoo to any address rofund tho Address FRANKFORT KY Dent there will come a time when they house of 8 rooms i beside attio and in pluln envelopeby mall this pujiei Addi ess free Mention will look back upon their happy life bath room on the north side of MADRID CHEMICAL CO Branch OmcoforUSA Corner Chat 3C8 Ueaiborn Street CHICAGO ILL in Frankfort with its development Second street between Shelby and W CHINN FOR SALE IN FRANKFORT KY BY People of large cities are apt to of mind and character with the Main streets the property of Miss For terms apply P H CARPENTER believe that the inhabitants of small yearning of a captive in a foreign Julia BJakemoro JOHN 15 LINDSEY Druggist to Â¬ AXTQRlBraS AT W cities or towns are correspondingly land to return to freedom indepen18 tf fcSJclcj I AuKtHt 13 ly small in the views they take of life dence and home sweet homo Will practice in all State Courts Of It was doubtless true at one time cant undertako to say how all these Miles Nervo and Liver Pills fice second floor Custom House when railroads and newspapers were things might be accomplished to Act on a new principle regulating few and tho intermingling and inter- - prevent men from leaving a small tho liver stomach and bowols though EY-AT-LA- W changing of people and thought did town for a large one I merely toll the nerves A new discovery Dr you how it appears to me viewed Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness not assume the proportions they do to day That period however is past from a long and varied experience bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ RJSAL JBSTATJB AGENT tion Splendid for and moral growth can take place in a which enabled mo to gather not ohildren Smallest men women and mildest surest WILL JTKACTICE IN THB CODBTS Of village as well as in a metropolis It much more wisdom or wealth than 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at Franklin And tht adjoining counties uc wmmmmmmmmsmamaammt Hill also Eire we purohwi 45 ly and sale u realiDAelal attention is even possible for a more perfect might be caught as tho sands of a J W Gayles Frankfort Ky eatate collection of trnU claim and the lecottatloa of loans and splendid development of the muddy river in a fish net I may InriSui W L Coppersmith the Jew- Â¬ bo in error in all I have In therefore man in a village than in a city the latter place whore the prizes of said but that is for you to see it eler caters for the wants of 15 tf the people wealth are thought to be moro plenti- Goodnight 0HRES H0THIN8 BUT PILES MUUM SMMMNBMte WWCSHW UUtJHWirlt itriMWWWf ful and easily obtained tho struggle For Sale An open front coal SOL UAltRTS WILL PAY THE HIGHEST A SURE onl CERTAIN CURE Karls Cloror Hoot tho now Blood to secure them bends all the energies or Jfur skins such ns coon red and Purifier gives freshness and clear Â¬ stove tile lined and good as new is known for 13 years as tho DEST cj of the man to that one object In the ness to the Complexion and cures offered for sale at a bargain Also a gray fox mink ottor cat oposum nmskmt root newlund old feathers ginseng and yellow REMEDY FOR PILES former sueh prizes while not dis Consumption 25c 50c and 100 a New Process gasoline stove only c SOLIIAHRIS rrfpurnllilllllUliliHtltTAYLORUKU CO 8T IOCtS Frankfort Ky Nov 12 3in 22 used one season Apply at this office pised are secondary matters of con- - For sale by W McKee Hardie LEWIS Editor and Publisher Tu I Infants Children Â¬ Â¬ - Have You Investigated the New Level Rate Policy of the Prov ident Savings Life Assurance Society V I J I Â¬ j J OMAN SON BIG BARGAINS Best Dark cents Indigo cents Brown cents Bleached Cotton cents J L RODMAN SON i Flaunt Fiifniiure manufaciurlng Have opened Sale Kooms on Ann Street near Christian Church Â¬ ID M Â¬ iD PIES m A Diehle 113 Teacher and Director Â¬ J J JR Soutli WM CROMWELl ATTORN TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE Â¬ Cash Paid TMENT v Lilililililililililillililililli 5 - county road notifying our people in the usual boastful tonus that I will BR I KELLEY Moores Poultry Remedy c apply and I will close road c It causes much merriment here TS THE OLDEST POUTRY REMEDY ON TQE OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the because this is tho same notico that FRANKFORT JAN 28 1893 1 market Postlvely prevents and cures was posted here twelve years ago Somopeoplo declare thatit is the sumo CHOLERA AND GAPES Resolutions of Eospoct piece of paper and congratulate tho Moro then pays for Its uso In the extra produc IN LEXINGTON KY road closers on the groat progress tion of following resolutions were they made in twelve years they The Saturday Feb 4th 1893 having finally reached the I will ap passed by the Sunday school of the ply stago Saturday Fob 25th 1893 Get a trial box M E Church South in this city HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca Years ago our entire male populaoperation an d with little or no pain January 22d 1893 on tho death of Mr tion between tho age of 10 and 50 REEERKNCK3 CHAPMAN John W Payne late Superintendent years were called out to make a road WILLIAMS W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky from hero to Frankfort and after 7 A Scott Frankfort Ky of the school years of service in keeping tho road Dr E M Gober Frankfort Ky PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS- J T Staten Frankfort Ky It is no uncommon thing that we in repair this notice says in effect to V Durberlch Headquarters for PERFUMES TOILET GOODS Frankfort M are called on to pay tribute to the our people You shall not travel it Nov L P Uulett Uenstm Ky AND SUNDRIES memory of a departed co laborer in The people of Franklin county A H McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes Frankfort Ky the Sunday school but not often does possess so much good sense and inApril 9 ly ON3S David it happen that death claims one telligence and to those people Pea Both the method mid results when Jus M Moore Benson Ky Ky Wlthrow Frankfort whose loss we feel so keenly as we do Ridge appeals not to lot this monDR KELLEYS offlcennd residence Is at 259 Syrup of Figs 13 taken it is pleasant West Eighth that of our late Superintendent strous wrong bo done fltreetClncltinntl and where he may THE DICTIONARY HOLDER Gentle reader do wo ask too much and refreshing to the taste and acts be found everyday of ench week excetit katmr John W Payne This Sunday school Did you ever Itarn whit f ibuloui molti pnr vol of tht unohcture by Mr Kojrei of an orntmtaUl ituid la bold th Pamphlets describing these diseases was to him indeed an object of affec- Is it such a great favor to allow us to gently yet promptly on the Kidneys DAYS Tlis itary fbl but and the mode of treatment sent free to any one dictionary question retds like arer notifod to Ull It on matt thm idrirtiMmiBl tion and from his earliest manhood travel the road wo have built and Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys- by addressing Hit you Mk mother W I KELLEY M D tht Aermotor Corupmjr which 1U1U out u f ollowi he had been an active and intelligent kept in repair for so many years 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O tem There is nothing said in the notice acheseffectually dispels colds head worker in the school first as a teach45 sold in v80 CONSULTATION FREE and fevers and ernes habitual er and then as officer about paying for tho work done on sofid in v89 Syrup of Figs is the In every relation of life brother tho road neither is it claimed that constipation 8oBc2 iny90 Payne acted well his part a devoted their is a nearer and better road for us only remedy of its kind ever pro- WEEKLYcOURIER JOURNAL son brother husband and father to travel All our people want tho duced pleasing to the taste and ac8oflcS5n91 loyal friend useful citizen and faith- road open so the application comes ceptable to the stomach prompt in will bo sold In OOOQ1 HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR ful public officer but above all and now as it did in the past from thoso a stoei wirramiH ana otew yet as part of all these he was the who have no sympathy with our peo- its action and truly beneficial m its Tower every 3 minutee effects prepared only from the most DESI DEMOCRATIC NPEI PUBLISHED a Christian His ple or interest in their welfare highost type of C7 Those figures telKba story oftne ever growing Christianity was to him in truth a The matter might be left to the healthy and agreeable substances its ever going everlasting ONLY SI 00 A YEAR reality and entered into and directed justices of this distaict or to the peo many excellent qualities commend it 8teol Aormotor Where liis whole life In the church of his ple but it appears that tney are tne to all and have made it the most virci Byu union iwiiutt and we Take the Country ini5 Vt3 Best Storle- - News choice he was an earnest worker and people not to do consulted KsiAlIjm Best Condensed WU tht MtaWUlinunl ncHrgi TrTTrsm His was a strong There is more in this road closing popular remedy known w roe uiiu u wise counsellor uesc jrscenany loLVrne wliiet It r s built ntint with is the tliinl largest Figs is for sale in 50c Has The Best Womens lnge Syrup of character and he made no compro- business than appears on the surface op until it Department Best Children totrotittel Initio West bong mises where matters of principle It is an attack on the educational and 1 bottles by all leading drug Best Answer to eorresponuents only exceeded by two of tho m ffiftrfWEfM were involved He always dared to system of the State and the writer gists w o j uenartmem rut lUnntcr conipnnlef reliable druggist who Any wu wholly furnished by tho ojM B3t Editorials right In the going out of his as an officer of the pnblic school may not have it on hand will prodo the tneuonary noiuer uuiincm brings us back to tho Holder ant life we have suffered an irreparable system of Kentucky would be false who It gives away a valuable premium every day or the innetti inquiry as to hotr it took loss but in our sorrow we are com- to the trust reposed in him by the cure it promptly for any one largest club received and held and still holds the flald JHHB0Q7tMB forted by the thought that he has people of this district if he did not wishes to try it Do not accept any Sample copies of tho Weekly Courier Journal Increasing rapidly from year toycar The secret of that success is this expose it Dont take the writers substitute gone to a rich reward r IToyes has marts a roost perfect will be sent free to any address Write to artistic and meritorious article atid Resolved That this tribute to broth- word for this but take the map of baa maintained a high standard of FIG excellence and supplied er Payne be spread upon the minutes Franklin county look at the location CALIFORNIAFRANCISCO SYRUP CO Courier Journal Co Louisville Ky ata low price The meritthoofArticle these CAL SAN of this Sunday school and that a of the road and the school house Dictionary Holders has been so great LOUISVILLE XY NEW YORK NY THE that they literally sold themselves to his family and then ask yourself how can the pa Â¬ copy be transmitted ana in sucn great quauf lies that a small profit on trons and pupils attend or receive with assurance of our sympathy each one has made tbo any benefit from the school when its rasnlt abova mentioned RELIABLEMENTOSOLICIT fhey hare gone to almost every AND THE secret enemies have closed the road WANTED tor fruit and orniimental nursery The Verdict Unanimous aabitable portion of the globe leading to it stock varieties adapted to the South stock war WEEKLY to inlands of COTJItlEIt JOURNAL tnaaea the remotekept by all bo agents and are To the friends of our public school ranted true to name liberal terms to localwho can nataslUn employment to those It pleases the lawyer and his client Pea Ridge to day sends greeting and permanentFor will bo sent one year to any uddress for 190 too to have the verdict of the jury hoping they will honor this appeal work steady 1430 So pirtlculars address PaR G Address Co Chase Penn SqPhIla GEO A LEWIS A great jury composed and assist in this contest which is 6t unanimous Frankfort Ky of the American public has rendered not of our seeking an unanimous verdict on Dr Hales Woodlako Household Cough Cure as a medicine Scientific American Heart Disease Curable agreeing that its promises ofa speedy Agency for cure for coughs colds and bronchial Mr R A Wilson went to Louismay be ville Tuesday morning on business troubles are always carried out to The truth of this statement fmm rj2S3B2ErssV rV LAND FRONTING ON THE FRANKFORT J and Versailles turnpike road within three the letter This pleasant verdict has doubted by many but when Dr We are glad to miles of the cty of Frankfort Kentucky and not been obtained without great pains Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana Wilson who has learn that Mrs F one half mile of Hopes Station oneandone been quite ill is taken to make it the best cough cure specialist claims that heart disease convalescent ouarter miles of Jett depot postotllce Ac on Try a bottle when is curable and proves it by thousands the railroad connecting Frankfort with Lexingon the market ton and within one and u quaiter miles of you have a cough or cold and you of testimonials of wonderful cures Miss Mary Enlow of Woodford is nW BBs vm CAVEATS Summit station on the Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ unanimous ever by his new heart cure it attracts the visiting her aunt Miss Bettie Epler will belong to the TRADE MARKS road The Improvements consist of a dwell DESIGN PATENTS In of six rooms kitchen porches cellar cabin after For sale by P H Carpenter attention of the millions suffering this week of live rooms stable barn room for housing six with short breath palpitation irregCOPYRIGHTS 1 eta druggist acres of tobacco two wells els tern springs and ular pulse wind in stomach pain in Misses Fannie and Bessie Lewis jj or inronnaiion ana free Handbook writo to pond young orchards In be ring of apples bureau side or shoulder smothering spells are visiting friends and relatives in Oldest patent for securing patents In America Pea Ridge peaches pears plums cherries grapes and ull Kvcry token out by us is brought beforo A F Davis Lexington c of fainting dropsy fruit tho public by a notico given frco of chargo In tho kinds ashsmall a cash Terms -- Eighty dollars per acre or payment ot not les than Nebraska by using During the severe cold weather Silver Creek Dr Miles New Heart Mr Houston Wood and sister Miss two thousand dollars or more to suit the pur cases of frozen four bottles cf chaser Balance of purchase money In ten euual Annie havo just returned from a visit there were several annual Installments with six per cent interest Cure was completely cured after to Lexington feet and ears here payable annually or In fewer installments to suit Lantest circulation of any scientific paper In tho twelve years suffering from heart Bplondldly illustratotl the purchaser Possession given March 1st 1893 No Miss Mamie Gallahue is visiting world should bo without It Weekly Intelligent Tho principal subject of conversa- disease This wonderful remedy is man If not sold this farm will he for rent Apply to StOO year J150 six months Address AllJNN A CO tion here is the attempt to close our sold by J W Qayle Books free 5 her grandmother Mrs H Stone W U MCMILLAN Publishes 301 Broadway New York City Dec 3 t5 county road from here to Frankfort Paris Ky Mr Stuart Baker who has been All our people want it open TOBACCO MAE- - visiting Mr C B Wilson for the LOUISVILLE KET past week has returned to his home Mr Joe Tracy is hauling hay for G Mr W Harrod from the Julian farm in Louisville to Frankfort DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER Mr R A Seay spent last Sunday in Cicero Capt Will Tracy President of the LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE are n formidable trio yet the weak Pea Ridge Turnpike Company has Chiperson frequently has to meet all of Dr C a meeting of the stockholders Sales on our market for the week cago to K Wallace has gone to and called tpemat once How can he overcome settle up his business February 6th to with The answer Is with our Compoond at the court house directors for the just closed am ountto 2724 hhds 1622 will return in a few days to resume Oxtoek and ours only The countreceipts for the same period of elect a board of less demonstrations of 23 yeurs war hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ his practice ensuing year rant this reply uary 1st amount to 8078 hhds Sales Born To Mr Ed Flynn and wife Our treatment lsavallable for home Mr Jim Tracy and Mr W M of the crop of 1891 on ourmarket to use neither need your occupation be a son each got a long list of date 19045 hhds Interfered with The value of these Crutcher have features Is obvious What about your names signed to a petition to keep The very cold weather of the past need Abnokuf explanation and proof Kentucky Illinois tho Pea Ridge road open Some peo- week curtailed the receipts and the Is yours to consider If asked for now 334 MAIN STREET ple who live right on the pike think offerings have not been large PALEN Drs STARKEY Our From Danvillle 111 Mrs H ion Arcn aireet rniwueipnia ra they are not interested in the matter market for new burley has been firm J FRANKFORT KY I have been using Dec 24 ly because they do not travel the road and active with material advance in Nabors writes What a mistake If our road was the low and medium grades The your remedies for scrofula and am closed the toll on the Devils Hollow offerings of the week embraced some greatly benefited My back was al ftesir cr quAirrrT umnrquiuir pike could be raisod and all our peo- old burley which sold at highly sat- most one solid sore Two boxes of ple compelled to pay it The toll on isfactory prices Dr Hales Household Ointment Shortest and quickest t etween that pike has been doubled once and The following quotations fairly rep healed it entirely might be raised again if there was resent our market for new burley toFrom Olivo Hill Kv Mrs MJ CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Is it not a bacco 1892 crop no other road to town Matney writes May 13 1892 My Only direct line between daughter has been afllicted with fact that quite a number of the Choateville people used the county Trash dark or damaged 3 50 erysipelas in her eyes from infancy 5 50 tobacco and Paris Car Georgetown road for a long time because of the Common Colory trash 5 50 CREAM 8 00 She is now past 12 years old and one Frankfort 25c box has cured her excessive toll and is it not well known Medium to good colory It costs no Get a box at that during the high water people lisle Maysville Cynthiaiu Fal Â¬ 10 00 more to get the best 8 00 trash were compelled to travel the county Common lugs not colory 7 00 l 8 00 P H Carpenters drug store road or stay away from Frankfort mouth and Common 10 00 8 00 Common Colory lugs YEARS FOR who was so un- Medium to good colory Mr Andy Dowden Advertised Letters at Frankfort 12 00 10 00 lugs ASK fortunate as to lose his house by fire FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Has led all Worm Remedies Kentucky Common to medium leaf 9 00 14 00 iB living on the Woodward place EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED 14 00 16 00 Medium to good Below will bo fouirJ a list of advertised THAINS RU BY GENTHAL STANDAflD TIME Mr Sam Tracy is hauling for Col Good to fine leaf leaf 1G 00 20 00 SOLD EVERYWHERE L P Tarlton on the Fleetwood farm Select or wrappory Prepared by nilIUnUSOSTATLORHKD CO STtOUlS letters for the week ending Jnuuary TIME TABLE DEC 12 lbJ2 20 00 23 00 LSst 18J8 tobacco Mr Z T Collins has some very nice A U f M p which he will butcher in beef cattle Alexander Mrs Cook R J No 1 No 8 No 7 TRAINS EAST the next few weeks Those who like Lula Hutchison Miss LSBISmUtlASimiELLLII Guaranteed Cure to see him at good beef will do well Armstrong S J Fannie 12 45 A Lv Frankfort 410 000 his store in South Frankfort COO 1255 Lv Summit 416 Barrett Mrs J G Myers Anthony Tbe QBfek aat tint rent from Lv Elkhorn Wo authorize our advertised drug Dickinson Miss Rowlins Miss 110 Ull 422 LV Swltzer There is a very neat little maga gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis 480 125 618 Ella Alico GH2 Lv Stumping Ground 445 145 LOOISIILLE Tl IBMISIS zine published at Augusta Maine covery for Consumption Coughs and Cavet May R B Sanford Dick IN TEXAS LV uuvan Rev 155 68J 452 called Comfort that circulates here Colds upon this condition If you 6 44 205 Lv Johnson 46J When calling for these letters day ad LV Georgetown The January number contains a very are afllicted with a Cough Cold or 5 03 B G52 220 Oaa kaadred aad fty adlea Lv C S Dopot 515 245 656 pleasing story of life in Kentucky in any Lung Throat or Chest trouble vertised 700 527 305 Iv Newtown the early settlement of tho State and will use this remedy as directed J M Satpklii Lv CentrevlUe 585 718 320 SHORTEST TO LITTLE BOCK scene of events related is laid in giving it a fair trial and experience The 380 Lv Elizabeth 540 723 Postmaster C 550 Ar Pails 345 737 Franklin county and the writer Ib a no benefit you may return the bottle And Ua Mly roate A MIIM UHllM Franklin county lady Mrs W L and have your money refunded No 2 No 4 INobMNo12 TRAINS WEST offerod four We could not Comfort Collins C 545 Without Change of Cars Lv Pnrls 820 ii32 prizes for stories and Mrs Collins not know that make this offer did wo Dis Kings 527 833 642 Ar Elizabeth captured the first prize of twenty covery could Dr relied on New nevef When Baby was sick wo garo her Castoria 453 646 be 838 Ar Centervlllo It If ju are ela to emlgrat to five dollars There are three other disappoints 651 847 Ar Newtown Trial bottlos free at When she was a Child aho cried for Castoria 701 900 Ar C S Dopot stories in tho same numbor that were Phil Carpenters Drug Store B 062 1035 710 ArtieorKStown Sherman Dallas Fort Worth When sho became Miss sho clung to Castoria awarded prizes but get tho January Large size 60c and 100 2 1042 705 717 Ar Johnson Comfort and read the stories You 1048 723 715 Ar Duvall Whon sho hod Children sho gave them Castoria Austin Houstin 730 10 55 735 Ar Stamping Ground can borrow it of some of your neigh Salvo 1110 744 765 Buoklons Arnica Ar Swltzer or twenty five conts will get the bors Tali U tht 810 1116 Ar Elkliorn 750 The best salve in tho world for magazine for a year 76G 1122 820 Ar Summit Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt A 1180 805 830 Ar Frunkfort CHEAPEST AND JJEST HOUTE Rumor says that toll on tho Pea Rheum Fever Soros Totter Chapped is in somo cases excessive Hands Chilblains Corns and all Eidge pike Gold headed walking oanes at A Nt chnc of ova to If any person has been charged more Skin Eruptions and positively cures W L Coppersmiths 234 St B connects with L N and LS C connects with Q KQHTG0MEBY MOBILE MEMPHIff than the rates fixed by the County Piles or no pay required It is guar C connects with K C 15 tf Court tho amount of overcharges anteed to givo satisfaction or money Olair m AID NEW 0ELEAHS will be promptly refunded by ad refunded Price 25 cents per box The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connec ojjioddu pooS v tions form the sliorteit and cheapest route to all dressing John Edge Secrotary and For sale by Phil Carpenter OAia pa jiu taol osnvap nol wno jn u further laltraAUaa nddrwo points north south east and west Treasurer of the company giving 8 ly For further Information apply to their agents Koui suxMojsa niuriiu day and date D BERCAW E B WEITZEL F ATM ORE GP TA mou loi poo3 4rrwi rtno wo n an vai jo a Gen Pass Agt city Ticket Agent rmuoY xora wox A notice has been posted on tho Children Cry for Pitchers Cwtoria B HARPER Gen Supt GEO IrMIdYlLl JK K1NTUCKT MAiNKFURT ttOUNDABOUl ftpP0fflG W Â¬ Â¬ je 0r m - Â¬ Â¬ ENJOYS V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2288 6268 20049 92 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7 i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Ji Â¬ Farm For Sale 120 AOEES ft J Â¬ H Â¬ iSpw Br Â¬ Â¬ A Â¬ M w Work Worry and Disease H MATTERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Piitiimltr 4 -- Â¬ M 4i Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Midland By A i rj Â¬ Â¬ WORMS WHITES 20 VERMIFUGE Â¬ M a I i 11 I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I I Â¬ Â¬ 41 x ftl IT m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ir i C A m CALL AT BUCKLEYS 3stzd a kJ 1 I siee TxazEJ zETrzisrzE stock cif1 CHINA GLASS QUEENS WARE TreaciE largest HhHtes of Â¬ TOV Boligious Â¬ THE RIVER IMPROVEMENT Rev George Darsie of the Chris- Work of the Executive Committee and What They Intend to tian Church and Rev W C Taylor Ask For Church will exchange of the Baptist evening pulpits to morrow The Executive Committee of the Southern Presbyterian ChurchRev W - -i G Neville will occupy his 11 pulpit to morrow morning at oclock and at 7 p m as usual Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the pastor will oc6upy his pulpit at 11 a m and 7 p m as usual to-morr- First Presbyterian Church Episcopal Church Penick the rector Rev E A will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 700 The Union Sunday school Teachers meeting which meets each Wednes- Â¬ day 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 UA mOLau Kentucky River Improvement Convention do not propose to suffer the movement begun in this city last week to slacken for want ot interest and action on their part They have already had two meetings at the Attorney ofilce of the Chairman General Hendrick and inaugurated such a systematic plan of presenting the matter of large appropriations to speedily complete the improvement of the rivers in Kentucky as cannot fail to become effective in accomplishing the end Mr W H Murray is the secretary of the committee and to him is entrusted a large part of the correspondence that will arise in the pros ecution of the work of the commit- Â¬ tee At the meeting Thursday it was moved and adopted that Attorney General Hendrick prepare a memoÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t battling with The Young Peoples Society of they nre constantly Stomach BittersIneffectual will battle weapons Histetters Christian Endeavor will hold its It Mere purgatives will not reform a disordered weekly prayer meeting in the condlton of the liver Indicated not by constipa tion alone butulso bislck headaches yellowness Lecture Room at 620 ot the skin and eye balls nausea furred tongue usual Woodson bo appointed to furnish all services at the Church of the Good the data which the past movers in Shepherd to morrow will be con- the matter of the river improvement ducted by Rev Father V E Gorey made use of in their work It has che pastor been determined to ask for 1000000 High mass at 8 a m low mass for the Kentucky river 500000 for at 10 a m and vespers at 300 p m the Green and Barren and 100000 Big Sandy Baptist Church Rev W C Tay- for the Licking and representative request every lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit and from Kentucky in Congress not to to morrow morning at 11 oclock to obtain these Rev George Darsie of the Chris- relax in his efforts sums which are no more than Kentian Church will preach at 7 oclock tucky is justly entitled to receive p m money amount Sundaj school at 930 a m in the of the immense annuallyofpouring which the State is chapel into the Treasury of the General Usual ser Government OflKiMiiAA Ohurc vices by the pastor at 11 a m Rev An Enemy Baffled W O Taylor of the Baptist Church There Is mi enemy with whom thousands are will occupy the pulpit at 7 p m in familiar all their Uvtp because they are born With this enemy with u tendency to biliousness exchange with Mr Darsie Church The rial for Congress and that Mr D M I Â¬ The funeral took place yesterday morning from the Episcopal Church and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the cemetery Denson Mrs Susan F Denson died at her home in Louisville on Saturday January 21st aged 62 years The deceased was the mother of Mrs W H Jeffries of this city Finn Mr Wm Finn died at his AND DEALER IN- home on the Lawrenceburg turnpike Monday The funeral services were Gas conducted at the South Side Presbyterian Church Rev W G Neville IPB AND FITTINGS ETC STRICT ATTENTION GIVEN TO the pastor officiating and the re JOB AND CONTRACT WORK ALL WORK mains were buried in the cemetery GUARANTEED Opposite State House FRANKFORT KENTUCKY this city on Tuesday of Noonan Mrs Margaret Noonan c died on Saturday January 21st at WELL BRED SOON W ED GIRLS WHO USE Louisthe residence of her son in ville at an advanced age The deceased was for many years a resident of this city and was familiarly known to out citizens as AuntPeggie The remains were brought to this ITovu city for interment and the funeral took place Monday morning from the SText Church of the Good Shepherd July2 ly The relatives who accompanied the body to this city from Louisville V A GAINES L B MARSHALL wero Mr and Mrs John Noonan Mr and Mrs Mike Noonan Mr and Mrs Curley Mrs John Tiorney Mrs Hannah Ryan Mr Pat Murphy and WARD CLAASSEN -- PEACTICAI umber GasSteam Fitter Fixtures Bath Tubs Sinks Ciosets Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAPOLIO House Cleaning Ar Quickly Married Try It In L B MARSHALL CO Miss Maggie Noonan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Huklb The infant child of Wm Huklo died Wednesday and was buried Thursday Mrs Sarah Faulconer Jones Jones wife of Mr B F Jones died at the residence of her husband near Switzer this county yesterday morn- Â¬ Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a ing at 130 oclock in the 54th year of share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased her age The deceased had been a A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times member of the Baptist Church since childhood and was a devoted wife and mother She was a daughter of the OFFICE STEEET late Hawkins Faulconer and was mar Â¬ ried to Mr Jones on the 14th of Feb Â¬ Seal Estate ana insu ance fipis 236 MAIN m ruary 1855 the fruit of their union Â¬ being five sons and one daughter Four of the former viz Mossrs Ben Henderson will preach morning at 11 oclock and at 7 p m In the evening Mr Henderson will deliver the fourth of the series of Women of the discourses upon Topic Elizabeth The Saintly Bible Sunday school at 930 a m The Epworth League meets in the evening at 630 in the class room Methodist Church Rev H G to morrow Nervous Prostration A largo manufacturer whose affairs were very much embarrassed and who was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry and have a change of thought This doc- Â¬ tor was more considerate of his paof his tients health than ought financial to have circumstances He him to use Dr Miles Restoradvised ative Nervine the best remedy for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium c Thou sands testify to cures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frankfort at Coppersmiths 15 The largest oolleotion of Sou venir Spoons ever brought to Â¬ tf Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla tion jamin Hawkins Fielding and William still survive one son and her 200 FEET IN 7 ROOMS WITH OF South Frnnkfort A LOT 85 BY sale This Is offered for upon pressure daughter having preceded her to the and uneasiness more particularly property a In good repair und Is well located on the right side upon and beloiv the short ribs grave CO L B MARSHALL The heart broken husband Apply to Avoid drastic purgatives which gripe and weaken Awenta world famous and sons have the deepest sympathy the intestines mid substitute this aiitl blllous cordial which likewise removes ma larial stomachic and kidney compliiluts rheuma of a large circle of friends as a laxative of the tism and nervoiiBiiess The funeral will take place this bowels painless but effectual It Improves appe Good tite sleep and the ability to digest and possesses morning at 11 oclock from the North the additional advantage of a standard tonic Fork Baptist Church IS OFFERED IN THE DUDLEY PROPERTY ON Deaths Mr S B Holmes 1 Wupplng street west Cure the Great Cough and residence Tills property ofwill be offered us u Shilolis Croup Cure is for sale by us Pocket whole u bargain or It will be sold In lots of 40 Swigert Mrs Sue M Swigert size contains twenty five doses only or 50 at front to suit purchuser For terms feet L I MARSHALL CO Agents upply to 21 wife of Oapt Jacob Swigert Coun- 25c Ohildren love it cilman from the First Ward died at To the Mardi Gras the residence of her husband on Ewing street Wednesday morning N R R will sell round The L at 430 oclock aged 37 years The trip tickets to Mobile Ala New milE EXUM PROPERTY ON MURRAY deceased had been a great sufferer Orleans La Feb 5th to 12th at one 1 street consisting of a brick residence of 5 two acres of land This prop rooms from Asthma for a number of years fare limited to return March 7th erty Is and about and on account of the largo well located account Mardi Gras lot will be a good Investment In addition to mak had received the best medical attenH B Loqsdon ing u very desirable home For terms apply to CO L B MARSHALL tion to be obtained in Louisville CinAgent Agents cinnati and this city but the distress ing disease could not bo checked and Sale finally caused her death The de ceased was a mosnexcellent Christian I i ACRES OF LAND WITH A RESIDENCE OF lady whose modest and retiring dis three rooms I vsiw position prevented her true worth 100 acres of land with moderate Improvements pURtfes 220 acres of land of lino quulity with llrst cluss from being known and appreciated Improvements fcOOI The above three tracts of land are located on a by any except those who enjoyed an good turnpike road Ave and u half miles from intimate acquaintance with her She Frunkfort For terms apply to CO L BMARSHALL was formerly Miss Sue Lyno of HenAgents RMAUMMKrSHillBHHMHl derson and leaves two ohildren W3U FPU CASC IT WILL NOT CURE little Miss Mary Hendrick and Master Annarroeablo Laxative and TONIC Lyno together with the stricken Bold by Druggists or sont byNERVE26o 50o mall husband to mourn her loss who have and 100 per package Samples free HH The Favorite TOOTS T0W1 the warmest sympathy of a large IT A JDLworthoTeethandnreaUuKo PROPERTY ON NORTH BT CLAIR ST recently occupied by Mrs Fr emnn circle of friends in their great afflic For sale by W McKee Hardie boarding bouse Is offered for sale or rent usApa Â¬ A Frame Cottage A FINE FARM M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Investment In one of the best neighborhoods In Franklin county The Improvements consist of a brick residence a tenement of 4 rooms a lurge stock barn und all other necessary improvements In order to sell Immediately we are authorized to offer this property at less than Its value Possession given 1st of Murcli Fur further In Â¬ formation upply to CO Agents L B MARSHALL 210 OF CHOICE LaND OF on aACRESturnpike 8 miles from SITUATED good Frankfort Â¬ FOR SALE Farms For Third und Shelby streets fcouth Frankfort consisting of one large brick residence and ten valuable building lots We consider this property the Creum of the us It 1m unquestionably the best to be Market had In the city If you wish u desirable location tor a home we would udvlse you to purchase one of the lots while they are to be had on Second L B MARSHALL CO milE PROPERTY OF f6rsaiIel COL Frankfort Ky 1 Johnston J STODDARD Â¬ Agents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORJKHT BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 RIOMS WITH lurge ground known us the Orphans Home property on Third street South Side This property will be nut in thorough repair us soon us rented Apply to CO L B MARSHALL Agts Â¬ irniu w Â¬ n CURB zzs f IN I Farm For Sale Peaks Frankfort DR WM MORRIS FARM 5 MILES FROM lying between the Owenton and Mill turnplKe roads containing All Â¬ A Boarding House L B MARSn A LL Â¬ Av Jan Â¬ 28 ly ply to CO is offered for sale as a whole or Intwo or more tracts The Improvements consist ot one rest donee three tenement three tobacco burns This la one of the best located farms in Franklin county and would make a very desirable country home For terms fco upply to L B Marshall Co agents 230 Muln St Frankfort Ky 380 A OIESZEIS ii tiiifMAiii-i-ikTtlkr- f Hi tfiiVi iliriiiii ulln iii mi iin Imith iiiMJfTiH M vvl yjPJPIPIJSWr JT1 F r HMBi V tsjt BRfiMi B I nwi MMHHnJi WtUtMKt Lhi lii j iS The address of any person not acquainted with the fact that The Leading Jewelry Store in the City a LOO St Â¬ ir St Where you will find the largest stock of WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY and SILVERWARE that are sold at the LOWEST PRICES THE FIRE DEPARTMENT The iElect the Members Who Will Commissioners Meet and Serve This Year The Police and Fire Commissioners met Wednesday night to elect the members of the fire department The following gentlemen were appli Â¬ cants for places Messrs E H Taylor E A Phillips James Smith Fred Gordon Julian Kersey Sauford Coins Cabbell Con- Â¬ way F 0 Hutchinson E J Haly 3eorge A Brawner Nort Rake Dan Kennedy Ed Grant Tom Smith Oscar Willis R E Evans Geo Tur Â¬ ner Will Rossen Frank Moore Alex Snyder Tobo Grime and Harry Mc JEwing bridge where it is thought they will not be damaged to any great extent by the ice when the break up occurs City Physician The new Board of Health on Tuesday elected Dr Al vin Duvall City Physician It was a good selection and places the treat ment of charity patients in tho hands of a competent and worthy gentleÂ¬ Â¬ man From among the number the board made the following selection E H Taylor eleotrician Fred Gordon hook and ladder Julian Kersey driver Jas Smith pipeman Will Rossen and Tobe Griffle runners Kersey succeeds to the place in which E J Haly has been serving temporarily for Harry McEwing and Rossen and Griflle take the places of Alex Snyder and Ooley Whitehead Taylor Gordon and Smith were the only members of the old force re Â¬ tained The board adopted the rules gov- Â¬ erning the old force and fixed the second and fourth Tuesdays in each month as their regular meeting nights and adjourned Remedy It is a medicine that has won fame and popularity on its merits and one that can always be depended upon It is the only known remedy that will prevent oroup It must be tried to be appre- Â¬ ciated It is put up in 25 cent 50 cent and 1 bottles For sale by J W Gayle druggist most successful preparation that has yet been produced for coughs colds And croun It will loosen and relieve a severe cold in less time than any The article reother treatment ferred to is Chamberlains Cough that they are manufacturers of the Co Des Moines Chamberlain Iowa desire to inform the public j Â¬ Mrs Ellwanoer On Sunday as Mrs Charles Ellwanger was returning from Mr James Heffhers funeral she fell on the slippery walk and sustained severe injuries from which she has not yet entirely recovered Serenaded On the occasion of the 59th anniversary of his birthday Mr Peter Ahler on Tuesday night was treated to a delightful serenade by Prof Wolfs orchestra Leo Broken John Suter of the Swallowfield neighborhood had his leg broken Tuesday by a log rolling on it Amputation was necessary and Drs Hume and Williams performed the operation The patient is in a serious condition and it is feared he may not recover from the injuy Civil Service Postmaster SafTell has received letters of instruction from the President of the Civil Ser vice Commission in relation to the order of President Harrison placing all employes in free delivery post offices under the rules governing tho Civil Service This necessitates the regular examination of applicants for positions in this post office just as for positions in the offices of tho large cities of the country and insures better service to the people and more secure employment to the successful applicants A Fifty Dollar Break -- On Tues day tinners at work on tho roof of the building at Meagher Marshalls accidentally let a lot of tin they were lowering with a rope from the roof swing against the plate glass show window and make a break that will require at least fifty dollars to reÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Patterson Harris The Courier hounds enjoyed a great fox chase at South Benson Wednesday and cap Â¬ Journal of yesterday announced that Miss Ellen Harris daughter of Mr tured three foxes Abner Harris the well known tobacco Stock Purchased Mr Walter broker of that city will be married Hersey who has been with Mastin to Prof John Letcher Patterson of Bros has purchased from the widow the State College at Lexington about the stock and good will of the harness February 1st Prof Patterson is a son shop on Ann street owned by Mr B of Prof J K Patterson of the same F Firestone deceased institution The wedding is to be a A Handsome Present The pages quiet one Miss Harris is a cousin of and employes of the House on Thurs Â¬ Miss Kate Green of this city whom day presented Dr A D James the she has often visited and has a large member from Muhlenburg county circle of friends here who wish her who resigned to accept the appoint- Â¬ every joy in life ment of a Worlds Fair Commission Â¬ Wanted er with an elegant diamond pin Hon Emmet Dickson the member Ladies and gentlemen suffering Â¬ with throat and lung difficulties to from Bourbon county made the precall at our store for a bottle of Ottos sentation speech Cure which we are distributing free Pipe Burst The water of charge and we can confidently Water It as a superior remedy pipe at the residence of Mrs Lind recommend Colds Bronchitis Con- Â¬ for Coughs sey on Shelby street South Side sumption and all diseases of the It will stop a burst Wednesday night and consid- Â¬ throat and lungs than any known damage resulted from the flow cough quicker guarantee erable remedy We will it to cure of water before it was discovered you If your children have croup or sure to whooping cough it Administrators This week Mr instant relief Dontis delay but give get John H Donley was appointed ad- a trial bottle free Large size 50c ministrator of the estate of Mrs M Sold by Chapman Williams 46 A Donley deceased and Mr Wm M Smith administrator of the estate Half Fare to Louisville of J J Smith deceased A Check for 50000 Auditor The L N Railroad will sell round Norman yesterday signed a warrant trip tickets to Louisville FebruaryÂ¬ FebruGood on the Treasury for one half of the 3d one fare Occasion returning benefit ary 4th of the am ount of thej Worlds Fair appropria- Â¬ tendered to Miss Ourrie Duke Ken- Â¬ tion and the check for the money tuckys talented daughter H B Logsdon was forwarded to President Dulaney Agent at Louisville N R R Bridge Pre The L paratory to beginning the work of raising the Louisville Nashville Railroad Bridge in compliance with Â¬ Wood Barron It has been an Â¬ Friends interferred and dif- nounced that Dr John Scott Wood both getlomen were escorted in ferent directions of New York City formerly of Wood lake in this county will on February Fox Chase Messrs George Hayes Miss Elizabeth King Barron Yuba Mangan George Shinkle Joe lab wed New York Cromise and Sam South with thirty of Chappaqua like a dog Kentucky Central Eailwav BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortestand Quickest rout erroin O HJNTRAL EAST tCLCJSTTUCJKY AliO SOUTHWEST TO ALL POINTS NORTH WEST FAST LINE BETW EEN LEXINGTON SCHEDULE AND CINCINNATI IN EFFECT NOV 15TH 1891 No 5 Daily Ex auu No 8 South Hounc Daily Express tastllne Ex Sun a 10am 8 UOpm 818am UOopui U Nol Ddllj Accoiu LveCliictnnatl Lve Covington 255pm 3U2pui I 10pm 4 35pni Falmouth 945am Cynthiana lU43am J SUpm 63opm 1023pm 6 10pm Arr Paris lllttun Lexington 121Uun llOOpm 7 UJpm 615pm Lve Paris H 25am ArrWinchester Arr Richmond Lve Richmond 12101111 Lve Winchester 12 40pm 2U5pm Lve Livingston Lve Loudon Arr Corbln Lve cor bin Lve BarbrvlUe Lve Pliieville Lve Corbln Lve LveUerea ArrLivingston 135pm 135pill 3 15pm 705pm 800pm boUpni 805pm 410pm 4 50pm LveMlddlesuh ArrCmnb Gap Arr Jelllco Lve Richmond Lve Lancaster Arr Stanford 500pm 552pm 6 41pm 7 85pm 7 55pm WlUlasbg 4 50pm 545pm ti 20pm 150pm 4 45pm 5 20pm No 2 North Bouuu Express ExSun DIlF Vn 4 ExSuu 7 7 No 6 Daily Lve Stanford Arr Richmond Lve Jelllco Lancaster J a s p 0am ooani q i5iim ArrCorm Lve Wllllasbg i LveCumbHapi g Lve Mlddlesbhl Lve Plneyllte feHlLOffsJ Arr Corbln Lve Corbln Lve London Arr Livingston Lve Livingston LveBdrbrvilleiS I ha 45am a 50uu 9 35im c 38am g 58am 17 47dinJ 8 85am 9 25am 9 li5am 15 10 11am 111 I 05am1 1111 Top Drawer LOCAL L N Goldsmith of Louisville who murdered Robert Skillman of that city at Columbus Indiana three years ago was on the second trial of the caBe acquitted this week Skillman years ago lived in this city and was a nephew of Col Charles E Taylor Manager of the Western Union Telegraph office here Newton Dean hurt his leg severely Monday night while coasting on Wilkinson street Acquitted Injured While Coasting Young From Exhaustion Saturday VJ l irv rff i fa while at work on the drift pile Geo Gibbsfell from exhaustion and had to be carried in a wagon to his home in the West End He was cnred for by the Charity Organization Slippkd on Ice Mr Will Coke on Monday slipped on the ice on Steele streot and broke the small bone in his foot He will be confined to the house for a number of weoks Wrist Sprained John Vest on Monday night while coasting on the hill at the head of Shelby street had his hand and wrist badly sprained A Safer Harbor The tow boat Sea Lion tho first of the week broko the ice above and below tho bridge and towed the coal float and barges belonging to theFrankfort Elevator Company to a harbor below the Arr Richmond the order of tho Secretary of War 1241pm Lve Richmond 6 05um 1241pm the bridge carpenters have erected a ArrWinchester 6o5am 185pm Lve Winchester 710am 155pm derrick at Tom Pences quarry and 7 45am 227pm Arr Paris CourIib Cures intend to proceed rapidly with the Throat ConsumptionDrucjjists onCroup Soro Lve Lexington 7 00am 2 0lpmi 8 45pm a Guarantee Sold by all 7 5aun 287pmi 4 25pm Arr Paris Back or Chet Shilohs Porous tearing down of the present struct Â¬ For a Lame Side great fattsfaction as cents 8 24am 3 07pm 4 48pm Lve Cynthiana pair will give Lve Falmouth 923am 4 01pm 580pm ure to make room for the handsome Plaster Arr Covington 10 54am 535pm 637pm Charity Concert The opera house new bridge which the company proVITALIZES SHILOHS Arr Cincinnati llOOaiul 545pml 6 45pm Mrs T S Hawkins Chnttnnoogn Tenn eaya was well filled Saturday night and pose to substitute for the old one SAVED MY LIFE 1 SlittohsVUalizcr conslderitthebestremedyforadebilUaUdmistem MAYSVILLE BRANCH the Charity Concert pronounced a For Dyspepsia Liver or JjJdney ever used I success by all who attended The Mr William T Price a Justice of trouble It excela Price 75 cis No 10 No 13 Daily Daily North Bound net receipts from the entertainment tne reace at Jtucnianu Nebraska Ex Sun Ex Sun was confined to his bed last winter were 15545 with a severe attack of lumbago but 2 55 pm REMEDY Lve Cincinnati Lve Covington 302 pm Means Business Chief of Police a thorough application of Chamber 7 00 am 520pm thla Remedy I twill Lve Lexington TTovnuratArrh M H P Williams has entered upon lains Pain Balm enabled him to get relieve and Cure you Trv 7 55 a m 615pm Price 60 eta This In Lve Paris up and go to work Mr Price says Millersburg 8 18 a in 688pm lector for ita Buccessf ul treatment isiurnishod the duties of his office with a deterThe remedy cannot be recommend- free Bhiloho Remedies aro sold by us on a Arr Carlisle 8 40am 700pm Arr 9 84am 764pm mination to make a splendid record ed too highly Let any one guarantee to give satisfaction Arr Johnson 1010am 8 80pm troubled with rheumatism neuralgia For sale bv W McKee Hardie Arr Maysville for himself He means business and No 9 No xi or lame back has notified the saloon keepers that will be one of give It a trial and they Jan 28 ly Daily South Bound the same opinion 50 Ex Sun Ex Sun the Sunday law must be observed or cent bottles for sale by J W Gayle Lve Maysville 5 20 in lBOpm he will see to it that all violations are druggist Lve Johnson 6 67 a m 227pm vigorously prosecuted He has also Lve Carlisle 6 50 am 320pm Matrimonial 7 15 am 345pm Lve Millersburg turned his attention to the ordinance Paris 7 40 u m 410pm PKIt ONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST Arr Lexington against obstructing tho streets or 8 28 a m 700pm Dawson Roberts -- A license was ALL oUate of John W Payne deceased are Arr Covington 10 54 a m 6 37pm sidewalks and gives warning to tho granted to Wellburn Dawson Tues hereby directed to present them to me properly Arr Cincinnati 11 00 a m 6 45 pm those Undine Arr pioeu according public to be careful in the future on day to wed Miss Cynthia L Roberts themselves lu ebtedto law and all are requested to said estate to come forward and settle this score if they dont want to pay both of Bridgeport SRKNOTT CPATMORE GEORGE L PAYNE Trafllo Manager Gen Puss Agt 28 lm Administrator tho penalty General Ofllces Louisville Ky Todd Ross Cards Jannouncing the Jan S F B MORSE Asst Genl Pass Agt War of Words Col E Polk John- marriage of Mr James M Todd jr Oftlce Chamber of Commerce Bldg Cincinnati O Small son Public Printer and editor of the of this city to Miss Ross of Lexing- A Good No 1 Dnlly to all points except Rowland DiviAT sion which Is dally except Sunday Capital engaged in a war of words ton were received here by the No 2 Runs dally except Sunday from LexingCOMMISSIONERS SALE ton m Cincinnati on Wednesday at the Capital Hotel friends and relatives of the contract Nol Runs dally with Mr Walter Forrester the man ing couple Wednesday They read as No 4 Runs dally from all stations except the Division which Is dally except Sunday VIRTUE OK aging editor of the Louisville Com follows BYFranklin Circuit THE JUDGMENT OF THE Rowland Dally except Sunday No 6 -Court In the case of lien Mr and Mrs Clifton B Ross Marshall against Kate Smltti Ac I will sell to No 5 runs dally except Sunday between Cinmercial Tho latter paper had been the highest and best bidder on cinnati and Lexington request your presence publishing cartoons and correspond No 10 Parlt and Lexington Accommodation nt the marriage of tlulr daughter daily Leaves Lexington 1000 u in Arrives Paris ence rolative to the office of public city of Frankfort At the court house door In the Nettle Bennett 10oii 7in Ky on a credit of twelve months the farm No Falmouth Accommodation Leaves printer which angered Col Johnson to Arrives Falmouth iwiimit no urn uuuiicn i wuuit mini niiutiioii Cincinnati 615 p in Mr James Madison Todd Jr and caused him to notify Mr For near the Kentucky river a snort distance below 705 p m dally except Sunday No 8 Leaves Falmouth 6am Arrives CinFrankfort Kentucky and containing about 45 rester that unless he desisted from on Wednesday evening February thi eighth acres The place Is well Improved cinnati 7 65 a in dally except Sunday eighteen hundred and ninety three The purchaser will bd reiiulrod o give bond Nos 1 und 3 muke connections ut Winchester attaoks on his character he would ut nine oclock with approved security bearing 6 per cent Inter forpolntBontheNNMV Ry E D hunt him out whether in Frankfort 135 North Broadway est from day of sale No 1 Carries through cars from Cincinnati to W II POSFY Mlddlesborough and Cumberland Gap and all n or Louisville and shoot him down Lexington Kentucky Master Commissioner jauaiSt terraedlatestatlons and runs dally Â¬ I LveUerea Ill 12 10nn Â¬ Â¬ ShilohVAtarrh Miittators Hint Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4 j yy - 53232 MSHnQSBBSREX3lJMWIIUSSMuBaEa n rr BKjfw It rTrr N irnrrrnnnrrnrT1 uym Jimm OXJJEC 2 TE3J5 8 M j w JANUA EMtaMiKLiaiaKigwaG3KS8 V A T CRIFIC TT1 f lijg WBCTilillWWniWilH I FOR CHSH ONLY Jl 1 Nothing Like It Ever In The City Before 7500000 Worm i A Hals Furnisning Â¬ J a marked in plain figures and positively one price SHOES SHOES SHOES To be thrown on the market at prices which will as tonish the public This sale begins SATURDAY MORNING THE TTH at 9 oclock Every article CLOTH ING 75 U Furnishing and Hats Mens undershirts and drawers gray sold 100 a suit now go at 75 cents for 1260 pair of ladies rubbers only cash 19 cents for 2 childrens suits 200 childrens school shoes sizes 7 to 100 sold for 125 to 135 180 ladies go at cents for cash only 21 childrens overcoats cents for cash only age 4 to 10 years go at 99 age 5 to 8 years go at 85 100 sold for 150 65 pair of ladies full stock calf shoes go at 115 sold for 150 kid shoes go at Dongola shoes common sense and opera toe sold at 200 and 225 go at 150 cash only 75 pair of ladies 7J mens long ulsters were 600 and 57 00 all go at 450 for cash only All our mens 1250 and 1500 overcoats go at White mareno undershirts and drawers only 90 cents a suit 35 dozen of mens white unlaundrfed 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 P 1000 Berards ladies fine button All of our Bennett sold for 5 00 and 600 all go at 399 cash botts only for All bur mens 1500 i8ooto 2200 overcoats go at One large lot of ladies grain button shoes 125 and 150 go in this sale for 100 sold All our 2500 and 3000 overcoats go at 2000 On our front table we have stacked about 300 mens suits sold for 1200 to 1600 all go at 900 We have on our childrens table about 220 suits ages 4 to One large lot of mens shoes sold for 150 go in this sale at 100 and 125 All 125 to 750 150 to years single breasted sold for all go in this sale at 400 13 600 to Hats and Caps One lot of boys caps go at 5 cents 300 our mens full stock calf shoes sold for and 3350 go in this sale at 250 500 pair mens pants that sold for 700 all go in this sale at 500 600 650 and as no One large lot of boys shoes that sold for 175 goat H 125 Remember these prices are for CASH goods will be charged or taken back 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 - I CRUTCHER uJtJMtV U STARKS uu FT a I k vuxiadam UQbJjHTtfHBH