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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v S The rr Femkfort Roundabout A v GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 15 VOL XVII A XEW DIVISION i i FBAXKPOBT KY SATUEDAT DECEMBER 16 1893 said slough and up Main Elkhorn to Preci net No 1 is described as follows r- r J STS a rc V EfiL ft t- - t ik- - w Jr L - frk P - fcV u I Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report the old Macklin Mill thence with the Bounded by the L fc N R R the mill race to the mill dam on South Kentucky river and a line bearing Ilc-nThe Voting Precincts as Elkhorn thence up the same till the N 45 E starting from the intersec- Â¬ rangccl hy tlie County most westerly point of said creek is tion of the St John pike and the reached between said dam and the Flat Creek pike and extended to Judge residence of Wm Wilkerson thence both R R and river Voting place j in a straight line to a point opposite to be at BellepoinU To the Voters of Franklin county said residence so as to exclude it Precinct No 2 of said district ia Beginning at The first arrangement of voting thence in a straight line southeast to described as follows the crossincr of the L If R R and the intersection of thn Flnr firoBi precincts unacr me new election the Woodford county line thence and St John turn oikes thence with law was necessarily experimental with the same to the Kentucky river the Flat Creek turnpike to the Bald -and although made after mature thence down the same to the Frank- Â¬ Knob nikc thence with the mmi ml fort limits thence around with the a OOinC onnosito thf mnnrh nf Hfiplr consultation with the magisterial same to the beginning the voting Branch thence across 6toney Creek district commissioners I regret to place- to be at the Cratcher school and up Bark Branch with a public road to the St say it has not proven entirely sat house John turnpike Precinct No 2 of said District is near tne resiuence 01 isfactory Beginning at the Smith dividing on thus described ridce tnencu up the same to South Benson His Term Out The law requires that there crossing of the L N R R and the thence due west nassinir north of thence up the same to the mouth of shall be as nearly as practicable Woodford county line thence with Smiths house i to the Shmhv onnnrv a branch which runs through the Squire Milton H Kendall who rms the same to the and not less than three hundred nor tnence witn line Scott countyacorner line thence with the same to the L Pollln8of Jhn Dennisbranch Taylor thenRe aP said N R R thence with the same or same to to its was sent to the Penitentiary from point more than three hundred and due east of tne intersection of the down Benson Valley to the corner of eaa thence southeast in a straight fifty voters in a precinct and that Forks of Elkhorn turnpike and the preuiuub jwo i tnence witn line or U1 puoiiu Scott county for killing one of the j vuo public road which passes by the farm same north 45J east to the place of roaa on cne t ouisvnie turnpike near- - Jarvis boys in Georgetown has in making said precincts no magisRnflprPnunii- bejnnniner The residence est to of terial district line shall be crossed saidMace Lucas thence due west to at Benson Depot votincr nlnro tn h thencethe a straight of to the inter- served out his term and was re- Â¬ in line intersection thence with said In the arrangement made im- public road nassinir the Lucas resi Precinct No 3 of said district is section of the Lawrenceburg pike leased Wednesday dence to the first turn to the left or described as follows Beginning at and the Lanes Mill pike thence mediately after the law went into west thence due west to Main Elk Â¬ the northeast corner of No 1 on the across branch to an old public road effects absolute conformance to horn thence up the same to Its a Mistake the old Kentucky river thence down the leading to the old Cardwell Ferry on its provisions was undertaken and Macklin mill thence with lines of same to a branch at or near the resi the Kentucky river just below a the consequence has been a fall- Precinct No 1 so as to include the uence oi wiuis Jbtarrou thence up point opposite the month of Glenns o neglect caring for a cough or cold you cough you increase as to Ureek thence ing off in the voting strength of residence of Wm Wilkerson to the the valley of said branch so tn Mia city limits linedown the river to the xvery umeand soon place of beginning the voting place include tTirrmlR rpiifnnl of Frankfort thence the trouble an inflammation our county owing to the great to be at the Forks of Elkhorn dividing ridge at the head of said around with the same to the place of is started that in a short time is distance some voters were required Precinct No 3 of said District is urancn tnence in a northwest course beginning The voting place to be difficult to control Dr Hales House- described thus hold Cough Cure has such a magic Beginning at the so as to include the residence of at Utterbacks blacksmith shop to travel Precinct No 2 of said district is effect upon a cough allaying all irri intersection of the Forks of Elkhorn Louis Harrod to n noinf in tho Plot At the recent November elec- Â¬ turnpike and the public road which Creek pike opposite the mouth of a described as follows Beginning at tation so nninlrlv thnt nvorv lumnn I n tion it was disclosed that in the passes by the Head or Mace Lucas branch emptying into Marshalls ial crossing oi cue rraiiKiort wand in the land should always have a bot- Benson turnpike on the L N R 11 oi cms wondenul medicine on tie Market house and Gas house pre- farmj thence due east with line of branch jusc below Louis Harrods R at Conways mill thence with band to begin taking at once upon Precinct No 2 to the Seotfc nnnnhr house thence across Mnrshnlta cincts there were two many voters line thence with the same northwest branch and up the other and fol- Â¬ said turnpike to its bridge across the first appearance of a cold It and that a change in said precincts to tne corner or Magisterial Districts lowing a public road around a ridge Benson thence up the same to South costs only 25c and 50c a bottle at o was necessary In other precincts Nos 2 and 3 thence withfthe same to to the Bald Knob pike on top of Benson thence up the same to the P H Carpenters drug store mouth of which runs Bald Knob thence thence changes teem desirable also It Main Elkhorn Precinct up the same to the Flat Creek pike with said pike to through the a branch John Dennis farms of the corner of No 2 thence gives me pleasure therefore to with line of same due east thence same to the St John pikewith the and Taylor Collins thence up said to the thence branch to its head thenoe in a submit the following arrangement said public road and thence with the north 45 east to the place of begin- Â¬ same to the place of beginning the ning The voting place to be at the straight line southeast course to a with the hope that it may prove voting piece ta be at Harvieland school house at the mouth point in Louisville pike intersection Switzer reasonably satisfactory of same and a public road nearest Magisterial District No 3 is divided of Davis branch on Stoney Creek as follows Precincts Nos 1 2 3 4 Precinct No 4 of said Hintrint Vn Butler Branchs residence thence Respectfully 4 is divided as follows and 5 Beginning ac with said road and the old precinct B G Williams Precinct No 1 is described thns the crossing of the Jacksonville or line between Bridgeport and Cedar County Judge Beginning at the city limits of Frank Â¬ Shelby public road and the Bald Run to the Anderson county line Magisterial District No 1 offrank- - fort corner to Districts land 2 thence Knob turn Dike on the ton or thence with the same to tho Shelby lin uuuuiy jauutuuKy or uiu city oi with division line between them to Bald Knob thence with said county line thence with the same to N the Frankfort is divided into voting pre- Â¬ point on Main Elkhorn where said Dike to a noint onnoaiha tho mnnth to L placeR R thence with the same the of beginning The voting Magisterial Districts line leaves it of Bark Branch thence leaving the cincts as follows at All that portion of South Frank- Â¬ thence down Elkhorn to Knights nike Crossincr Stonev Orefilr nnrf nn place to be No Bridgeport 3 of Precinct fort east of Shelby street to be desig Â¬ Bridge thence due west to the Ken- nuns urancn to point wnere the St i described as follows said riintrmfc i Beginning at a tucky river thence up the same to John turnpike leaves the ridge at or Latest news from nated as Precinct No 1 and the - c uuiaviue voting place to be at Voglers store the city limits of Frankfort thence uear mo resiuence oi aiarsn smith All that portion of South Frankfort with the same to the place of begin Â¬ thence due west passing north of his PkeI thence with line of same to the wentuf Shelbystreet to be designated ning the voting place to be at Thorn bouse to the Shelbv conntv lino- - Anderson countv line thenna with thence with the same northerly to tne same to the Keatusky river as Piccinct No 2 voting place to be Hill Prpoinnk No 9 ia Hi it a oonnko the Jacksonville or ridge road outh thence down the same to the upper at bridge toll bouse All of that portion of North Frank- Â¬ Beginning at Knights Bridge on Main west corner of No 5 thence with or southeast corner of precinct No Is that he will visit all good chilfort south of the Versailles turnpike EiiKuorii tnence aown tne same to its said ridge road or the south line of - uaww nuiiiiuuui oamc ix auuiucr dren on the night of the 2Ath r prettv things and and Main street as far aB St Clair mouth on the Kentucky river thence No o to the place of beginning of its corners at the Lanes Mill pike fu u thence north on St Clair street to up the same to a point a corner to The voting place to be at Bryants with another line of No 1 a straight us advise also is that I must be Broadway thence west on Broadway Precinct No 1 thence with line of store ou St-- John turnpike same due east to the place of beginn Â¬ Precinct No 5 of said district is de- Â¬ line northwest course ti the place of prepared to load him up when he to the Kentucky river to be desig The nated um Precinct No 3 and the ing the voting place to be atBloom scribed as follows Beginning at a beginning school voting place to be at c imp point on the Flat Creek pike uelow Parn tou huse voting place to be at the court house ington Precinct No 3 is dfisprihpr nnfalJ the residence of Louis Hariod and All tht portion of North Frankfort north of the Versailles turnpike and lows Beginning at the mouth of opposite moutn of a bnincn empty Â¬ Holiday II tos east of High street to Holmes and Elkhorn thence up the same where ing into Marshalls branch thnnoM With Holmes Rtrnnf tn tha TPrnnlrlin it makes the greatest southeast turn down the said pike to apoint opposite You will find a very handsome The Kentucky Midland Railway near Indian Gap Hill or near the the mouth of another branch juat and Owen turnniks mid with li e of Dolls some Talking Dolls same tp the city limits line and with residence of Will Graham thence above the Harp school house tnence announces one mil e third lare too same to the Versailles pike to be uuo ea8C leaving uranam on tho across Marshalls branch into the for the round trip for paisengers can siy mamma and papa prices designated as Precinct No 4 and the south in Precinct No 4 far enough mouth of the other and thence due traveling during Miieirg from 5 cents to 6 the holiday voting place to be near intersection 8that a due north or south line from west to the Shelby county line A large line of games such as C D Bekcaw Buch point will be run and just pass thence with the same southwest to Broadway and High streets Fishing Ponds Nellie 131y Around All thatportion of North Frankfort tne E- - w- - Gregory residence to the the northwest corner of No 4 thenco A jent beginning with tho intersection of ea3t leaving him in eithorNo 3 or 4 with line of same around ridge road the World Road to Washington o Main and High streets thence with thence with such line due north to or what is called Shelby or JacksonUniversal Spelling Boards Colum High to Holmes thence with Holmes6 Owen county line thence with ville road to the Bald Knob pike its a pian max bus Blocks VN to tho Owenton turnpike thence with tne same to the Kentucky river thence continuing around ridge road proves something wooos Vw same to the citv limits lino- - thence up the same to the beErinnint and with line of Ho 3 to the place of the Glove Handkerchief and Collar uuc oniv tua thence westwardly with the same the voting place to be at Swallow- - beginning The voting place to be d r X makers nf Tr IUIIU VUliT XJUC3 v Ti1U TX at the Bald Knob school house until it intersects tho center lino of field Doll babv Shoes Mufis Caps Medical Discovery St Clair street produced thence with Prpninof Mn d ia rlnaovitio1 no Y1 near the residence and store of adopt it Its a ind Hats tne same to its intersection with lows Beginning at the Magisterial George Harrod Main street thence with the same to District corner on the Scott county Precinct oti is described as fol Â¬ sT v A large line of Books at 25 what you expect the begnniiug to be designated as line thence with division line be lows Beginning at a corner of No 0 cents worth 50 cents tweon Districts 1 and 2 to Main Elk-Â¬ 5 on tho brankiort and Flat Creek nEfM Precinct No 5 and the voting place horn thence down the same with turnpike as before indicted below their remedy fails to beneGt or cure you to be at the Markethouse blieli lui CUShlOUS Pin travs All that portion of North Frankfort line of Precinct No 1 to Knights the residence of Louis Harrod thence small size west of St Clair extending from Bridgeja corner to Nos 1 and 2 thence with said pike to its crossing or end trovtrronutiMtitsIiretty1StldL Broadway until the center line of St down Elkhorn with lino of No 2 to on Flat Creek near the residence of aire to do all thats claimed for it And IO cents large size 20 Cents rlnn vt Handsome Calenders for 1S94 juwi iiiioiDcuia uiu cuuitrr line oi earner or No 3 thenoe uuo ntoh O B Polsgrove thence a due north Hill street thence with the Bame ex-- passing north of Wm Graham line to the Henry county linej thence uiouu are curea oy it or au tne many All Silk Ribbon Remnants tended until it reaches the Kentncky residence with line of same to an with the same to the Kentucky river forms of Scrofula and for the most obstinate suitable for fancy work at 10 Skin and Scalp Diseases Salt rheum Tetter tiiunce up tne saxie to center other corner to No 3 thence due thence up the same to corner of No ftrpma Erysipelas and all kindred ailments 3 thenco with lines of same to the cents a piece ranging from ij4 lino of Broadway produced to the south to Camp Pleasant Branch it is an unequaled and unfailing remedy yards long iivui buuuuu wiin urouuway 10 tne do- - thence up the same to the first right place of beginning The voting place It proves that the Discovery is best to 2 nanu prong thence up same until a to bo at tho Flat Creek school houso blood medicine or it couldnt be sold the such ginningto bo designated as Precinct on Childrens Fur Sets Muff and No 6 and the votinrr rlnr- tn he nt DOint is reached which is N 45 of above the residence of John Henry terms and the cheapest for you pay only Cape only 1 and a great many for the pood you get tho head of the left hand nrontr Moore the Gashouse And it proves too that nothing else other goods too numerous All that portion of North Frank- - King up of Sulphur Lick thencei - Precinct No 7 of said district i is to its fort beginning at the intersection of S 45 E to said head or divide thence described as follows Beginning at offeredasingood place byv the dealer can be mention just tho center lines of St Clair and Hill duo east from the top of the ridgo at the Sold the Now I must call vour attention streets thence with the nnnter linn said noint to the Scott countv line Flatnortheast corner of No 5 on indi Â¬ over by dealers in medicines th world Creek turnpike as before to my immense stock of Handkerof St Clair produced northward- - thence with the same southeast to cated near tho Harp school house ly to the city limits line thence with the beginning tho voting place to be thence with a line of No 6 down the chiefs and Mufflers for ladies and the same westwardly to the Ken- - it Peaks Mill pike to Creek and gents Handsome Embroidered tucky river thence up the same to Precinct No 5 is doscribed as fol- - north to Flat Henry countythence due Fine Bent the line tho Handkerchiefs at 10 15 20 and witu tho Cuntr lino lows Beginning at a corner of No northwest corner of Precinct No 6 of Hill street produced thenco with 4 on Camp Pleasant thenco due thence with tho Henrv countv liro tr 25 cents worth a great deal more DUDLEY FARM aDJOIXIN CITY thO BamO tO tho bocrlnnincr to be north an nn tn Inak nnco nnat- nP thn tho Shelby county corner thenco hmwv wjw vm VMvr Mutts oa tae teorgetoini pike conMlnlug The 5 cent counter of Handker designated as Preoinot No 7 and the E W Grecrorv residence to tho with tho Shelby county line to the aV acres large residence tobacco barn and voting place to bo at or near inter- Owon county line to a corner of No northwest stibles SptendM Lilrr ami tobacco farm chiefs is the talk of the town loAe5lmKlren March 1st 1KM For particu Mufflers as low as 15 cents section of Wilkinson and Hill streets 3 thenco with tho Owon county lino thence withcorner of Precinct No 5 lars apply to Magisterial District No 2 is to be to the Scott count oornor thenco duo east totho north line of same FRANK C1IIXX beginning You are invited to come and divided into voting precincts as fol- with its line to tho north east corner voting place totho at Baileys MillTho t Juhr 22 U Frankfort Kj bo look lower 1 2 and 3 of No 4 thenco with lino of same Magisterial District 5 is Preolnct No 1 is thus described duo west to tho top of dividing ridgo as follows Precincts No and divided 1 2 3 Boginuing at tho city limits lino on at head of left hand prong going up ProoinctNo lis described as follows Tlnly Hmnnn X fco r tho Owenton nlke thnnnn with nnm rtf Snlnlm on tho L N R at or tho division lino botwoon 1M1 right hand prong going up of Camp Beginning limits lino adjoiningR tho tho oity terial Districts 2 and 3 along both Pleasant thenco down tho samn anil Bollopolnt Prooinot or No 1 of No 4 tho Owenton and Peaks Militurn Camp Pleasant to beginning The thenco with said R It or Magis ZE3Co pikoa to a bridge on tho lattorovora voting place to bo at Elmvillo terial District lino to tho crossing of slough which runs through tho farm Magisterial District No 4 is divid tllfk llOlllrili nnu DsttnA ltn jjumbuu J1KU Kb A HOUSK vt SEVEN ROOMS LUUATKIi At No 310 Main Stroot near UU4 1HUMVIU of Honry Qhuroh thenco loaving tho ed as follows Proolnota 1 2 3 4 5 G Conways mill theuoo with said plko w street south aw is tor turnpiko at said bridgo and down and 7 to Its bridge over main Benson Stato National Bank FwwmwSCHMWKiL I i Royal X ass J1cuu Â¬ Baking J JL Powder - I ABSOLUTELY PURE - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ 4 T -- - m m Â¬ fUJg Â¬ Ml Santa Claus j Â¬ I Â¬ am Prepared i Â¬ 1 j I T A v- 1 rlJ iJ 1a A xir SOThaS w - Â¬ i01011 i farmjor - - -- ww w Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE ose and tla1 Â¬ Â¬ nl Xjot ora M4 PEIISOXAX Births Mr Richard Dehoney of St Louis In this county Whitehouse is visiting bis parents in this city on Sunday December 10 1893 Mr W W McEnnis returned Mon Â¬ day evening from Little Rock Arkan Â¬ to Mr James Whitehouse and sas wife a son Mrs Lucy Tate is quite sick at her Baldwin In this city on Tueshome corner of Second and Shelby SUCH A RUSH Crowds and pushing of last year -- t 4 - Do you remember it STANDING BOOM AT A PHEMITJM Hundreds could not get in 20 clerks could not serve the crowd the house Such was the success of the Â¬ street day December 12 1893 to Mr hi Mrs Kittie Kendall is quite ill at Herman Baldwin and wife a son the residence of Mr L B Marshall at Thorn Hill Crutcher In this city on Mr John B Lindsey has been con- Â¬ Sunday December 10 1893 to fined to the house for several days by Mr Thomas Crutcher and wife a a severe illn ess Mrs James It Watson of Louis- Â¬ daughter ville is visiting friends and relatives on the South Side Heal Estate Transfers Mrs Helen McClure is visitinc her Mr L H Finnell sold the parents Dr E H Black and wife in Stamping Ground first of the week through the Mr J WMarksbury who has been real estate agency of Messrs L reading law in Louisville has return- Â¬ ed here for the winter B Marshall Co the brick cot- Â¬ Miss Anna P Ledridge left Thurs Â¬ tage of four rooms on East Main day morning to visit Mrs Lucian treet which he purchased some Williams in Cincinnati Mr W S Saffell left Wednesday time ago from Mr C E Ellwang Mrs Virginia Duvall became for a trip to Beattyville on business er connected with the river the purchaser for 1525 Miss Clara Crutcher of Ducker Station is visiting her aunt Mrs Rank Chnngcs Geo A Lewis in this city Mr Lyman Graham has given up Mr J Wit Shipman who for his position in Cynthiana and the past six years has been the turned to his home in this city Col George R Dunl p of New individual book keener at the York has been in the city this week Farmers Bank has resigned his shaking hands with old friends Mrs Isabella Montgomery who has position and will leave next week Vve will offer a been quite ill at her home on East to make his home in New York Main street is some little better He will be succeeded by Mr Mr Frank G Montgomery of Cov- Â¬ Jas B Hawkins ington is in the city visiting his mother who still continues very ill Candy Pulling of 16 per cent on all handMrs A 31 Knott and daughter Miss Mattie R Knott of Louisville A missionary candy pulling at spent Tuesday and Wednesday in kerchiefs bought on above Thos Poynters near Duckers on this city visiting relatives Mr W G Montgomery of Louis next Friday night Cream candy ville has been in the city this week days and taffy cheap and pure Ever havingbeen called here by the illness body invited of hismother Mrs I Montgomery Messrs H C Murra3 and Lindsey 2228072 Hale were in Lawrenceburc Tuesdav CO as witnesses before the Circuit Court S D JOHNSON in the case of the Commonwealth vs j Thesc figures represent the number Gudgell of bottles of Dr Kings New Discov- y for Consumption Cougfts and Miss Willmon Edwards of Odessa Missouri and Misses Janie Edwards Colds which were sold in the United For Christmas vc offer an elegant r Vorcoiiiw n States from March 91 to March 92 and PMtip Rnpn wo Hundred and visiting Mrs George S Green near Two Million stock of Twenty Eight Thousands Six Hun- Â¬ Farm dale this county Two bottles sold dred and Seventy in one year and each and every Convicts Fisrlit bottle was sold on a positve guaran- Â¬ tee that money would be refunded if Henry Burst colored life con- Â¬ satisfactory results did not follow its CJ use he secert of its vict from Anchorage was struck plain It never disappointssuccess is and can by HampTugel a 15 year man at always be depended on as the very Colds etc best the penitentiary yesterday at Price remedy for Coughs Phil Cab 50c and 100 At 6 noon almost killing him Burst penters Drug Store was eating his dinner when Tugel Hare Bargains entered the dinning room i ith a Mr James Welch is selling wagon spoke concealed under his HHHUKERGHIEFS POE Again we are loaded to the brim with the largest stock in the city mall Profit Plan Come and see our goods and prices i n i 1 10000 FKESEITTS TO SELECT FROM HOLIDAY OPENING OF DECEMBER - vVfl 3 CHRISTMAS M -- k RACKET - STORE A Monday WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS PROM THE USE OF Tuesday and Wednesday Dec 16 lr SAPOLIO ROUNDABOUT Am T II l DISCOUNT THE Â¬ Â¬ k THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes V i it i - utt 3 lass EVEKYBODY READS IT Hanca3sexcltiles coat appi caching Burst struck him a heavy blow over the head felling him and scattering his pro pective meal itaving ictim in a senseless cond tion his The parties had previously had trouble Burst wastaen to the hospital where medical attention was given him Silk Throws at 45 cents Figured Siiks at 70 cents per yard and a large line of Doylies at 5 cents Try Covers 10 cents each and Silk Handkerchiefs from JO cents up In fact you will find every thing in the novelty line at his store cheaper than it can be pur Go there first chased elsewhere Â¬ Subscription Only E3IosIer3r 1 Per Year 14 3t- - OoaJzs XDxess Goods craaaTDiellas r2 r ESJ t T T i Sued for 10000 Mrs Helen McMullen ginia as administratrix has filed suit in the United States Court in this city against the East TennesGeorgia Railroad see Virginia C Company lessees of the Q Louisville Southern Railroads and seeking to recover Si 0000 damages for the death of her son who was killed at Georgetown about a year ago b a train on the Louisville Southern Railroad backing into a Kentucky Midland freight train on which ycung McMullen was employed as a breaks man He was upon the rear car Midland train at the time of the of the collission was caught be Â¬ tween two cars and crushed tc death Â¬ Gold pens fountain pens and all kinds of stationery of Vir at Barretts 14 tf Â¬ Kair Ill IK w V f 1 11 m m lin IK K In rLVlff 1 828 m m M llr m A nT h JrV K I v Il niipiiw -M 5- T L m VB n m fl n Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Cuts Braises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum All the above goods at the lowest Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup- Â¬ prices tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by on West Main street ar present occupied by Col Corbetts family Possession given immediately Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf Is one of tht beit in fha State and 5r art prepared to tura out on abort notioe Â¬ Phil Cakpenteb For Sale or Rest 8 ly S D JOHNSON CO My house Â¬ kind of blocks games and books suitable for children 14 Go to Bai retts MILLINERY All of our Trimmed and Untrim- mccBonnets and Hats at T for all AAAAAA t V AW X tf For Another Tcrni In another column will be found the announcem ent of Mr Minus Williams our very efficient Jailer as a candidate for re election room on For Uncle Minus has made a record Main Rent A front for office street suitable since he has been in office which Address M this office he can be proud of and can well 52 tf ask the people to indorse him by Midwinter Fair re election W Ii Coppersmith the jeweler is now ready for Christmas in his new quar ters 227 St Clair street XXsEXX y 5 D JOHNSON CO vvr YAAA X - v X A X X X X 2 X X vti 11 Y M V n Christmas goods in great cures Dyspepsia variety at Barretts 14 tf digestior Debility The Kentuckv road will sell tickets to San FranMiss Annie Hall of Bridge Accisco and return for 39165 port gave an elegant entertain- count Midwinter Fair ment to her young friends in the C D Bercaw city at the residence of Dr U V G P A Williams on Steele street last evening BROWNS IRON BITTERS Â¬ Party ImsL 2fijlit I Midland Rail Â¬ CLOAKS Our entire stock of Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks at cost Â¬ 1BINDERY Jlank Books of til kinds gotten up in the highest style of Job the art Old Books and Musio bound at Itwcst jrato S D JOHHSOK CO Wrk tf all kinds solicited IT 1 3 7 i vJ 1 u n Ml H w TILL HEHDQUHBTE 0 ti 0 h M 4 H HOLIDAY PRESENTS Canes Opera OKLasses Sterling Silver Staples Sterling Silver ZfcToTrslties ZEsstra Elated vRTares 3 old Silrer and Pearl Pen ZEEclders Souvenir Spoons Bridge- 0 ur Own IDesig ns OapitsuL 3-old-lxea- dd o u JililHBPnNH ft JMRaHHr I i l it il i1 iW W I 11 j ill TsEjaP 1 v 1 t 0 ri LrwkSr s- -h n m JVC PJaiincd to Escape k Â¬ E3elkert9 Spccitil Term 1 The Optic Specialist Vsre WINTER S Hi Woodford Hughes and James Ratcliffe both of whom are confined in jail upon a charge of rob- bery had planned to make their escape but their little scheme was thwarted by the watchful eye of Uncle Minus Williams the jailer Seeing that they were plotting some deyilment on Sunday he caused them and their cells to be searched when a long rope made from the sheets of his bed torn in strips and plaited was found in the possession of Hughes part on his person concealed under his shirt and the balance in the mattress of his bed which had been cut open and a knife made into a saw was taken from Ratcliffe It was their intention to get out on the roof through the trap door opening into a room in the third story where prisoners are allowed to remain during the day then lower themselves to the ground with the rope Or failing in this the bars of a window were to be cut with the saw and through the opening mideto leach the ground by means of the rope They have now been separated and placed where they would find it rather hard work cutting their way out even if they had the tools to do it Â¬ Judge Jas E Cantrill will convene the Franklin Circuit Court in special term on Monday next to hear the injunction cases growing out of the Precenf city election and upon his decision rests who will be the Board of Common Council for the city of Frankfort When that decission is ren dered the muddle we have gotten into will be straightened out so far as the council is concerned and then let us hope peace will Â¬ Â¬ Dr R Goldstein the optic specialist of Louisville is in town and will remain a few days Those who have defective eyes will do well to call on this eminent specialist as his reputation is second to none in his specialty The doctor has been fitting glasses to our best citizens for years and has given universal satisfaction Those suffering with neuralgia of the eyes and head will do well to call on him at the Capital Hotel Office hours from io to 3 during his stay 15 it FALL orBOOT SHOES C3b - HATS L CAPS reign Holiday Excursions A Huiwlown Reduced rates will be made by the Queen and Crescent Route during the holidays from points on its line Tickets will be on sale Call beginning December 22d on agents for rates and all particu- and used up feeling is the first warning that your liver isnt doing its work And with a torpid liver and the impure blood that follows it Â¬ you are an easy prey to all sorts of ailments That is the time to take lars Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discov- Â¬ W C Rinearson G P A ery As an appetizing restorative tonic to repel diseases and build up Cincinnati O the needed flesh and strength theres nothing to equal it It rouses every For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ organ into healthful action purifies and enriches the blood braces up dence on Main street opposite the the whole system and restores health Presbyterian Church and vigor Mrs W B Rodman For every disease caused by a din ordered liver or impure blood it is TV IJ Coppersmith is the only guaranteed remedy If it doesnt benefit or cure in every case pushing things right along you have your money back be able to show A K MGLURE t - SONS We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right - remedy perfectly and permanently cures the worst cases you as nice aline of holiday 500 is offered by the proprietors of Dr Sages Catarrh Remedy for an novelties as you will find 14 tf incurable case of Catarrh Their in Frankfort Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and will with a A Grcnt Improvement r 15 t has oured many very sevoro cases SO cent bottles for salo by J W Gaylo druggist One of the greatest improve ments male by the recent City Council was the substitution of electric for gas light upon the streets without increased expense The lights were turned on for the first time Saturday night and illuminated the streets beautifully As is the case with almost all new machinery when first started did not work as everything smooth as it might and after running Saturday and Sunday nights the lights were turned off until Wednesday by which time everything was gotten into good shape and the lamps lighted again much to the delight of our people for when once accustomed to electric light to return to gas is like going back to the tallow dips of our fathers All honor to the Council who gave us this and many other good things the best Council we have had in years They started the old town up grade and let us hope Strength and Health that those who are to come after If you will keep her going in the same healthy are not feeling strong and try Electric Bitters If LaGrippe has left you yeak and direction weary use Electric Bittora This remedy acta directly on Liver Stora For sore throat there is nothing aoh and Kidneys gently aiding those bettor than a flannel bandage damp- organs to perform their functions If enod with Chamberlains Pain Balm you are aflliotod with Siok Headacho It will nearly always offoct a euro in you will And spoodyand permanent one nights time This romedy is roliof by taking Electric Bitters Ono also a favorito for rheumatism and trial will convince you that this is the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though About going to Florida this win the nerves A new discovery Dr tei Its the greatest resting place Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipain America Season soon opens tion Splendid for men women and Elegant hotels magnificent tropi- children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samplesfree at cal surroundings J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly While people in the north shiver and button their great ceats closer For Rent House of four you can sail summer streams Apply at this office lounge through the magnolias or rooms Q tf rest under the bloom of orange groves If you wish to purchase a You can angle in the best stockChirstmas present for 11 ed fishing waters of America frjiend Barrett has 11 com Â¬ You can have ihe most perfect plete stock for you to se Â¬ hotel service 14tf The way to reach Florida is by lect from the Vestibuled Trains of the Fine Portrait Qeeen Crescent Route Finest trains ih the South In elegant frames would make Solid trains and through sleep- a nice Christmas present In er to Jacksonville order to secure them in time bet109 miles shorter than any other ter order them now before the line bervice as perfect as a holiday rush and we will give ou modern American railway can the finest work that ever left our make it establishment Apply to any agent or send Mat terns Photo Studio your address to W C RINEAR 12 4t SON G P A Cincinnati O JF YOUtt HACK ACTIF8 for winter tourists rates schedules Or you oro all worn out really good for noth ing It Is Rcneral debility Try information as to hotels etc See BlCOirtPS J HON MTTJtltS that your tickets read over the It will euro you cleanse your liver and giro a good appetite Queen and Crescent Route Â¬ Â¬ Have Yon Thought To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked Â¬ At our goods Wn know ay hat you need have the goevds and will please you MXLURE SON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 109 90 7fC Dr Halos Household Ointment It absolutely curea catarrh WHAT DOES IT MEAN II Bim that the Qneen nnd Crescent Rout li IT mile shortest between Cincinnati ami Lexington VSmilei tliorteit Cincinnati to llir tntnaham to mile hurteit Cincinnati to New Orleans un milt horlt Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jacksonville Horlda Is the finest remedy in the world It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles liko magic Oures Salt Rheum in tho most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyolids Oures Coughs and Colds Can bo taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Cute Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all romedy you need Largo bottlos also it has no oqual 25 and 6O0 boxos only 50 cents at Phil Carpenters Largo sizo oheapost Sold at P H drug store 6 8 Oarpkntbr8 drug store SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS Through Can to Ylckiburg and Mirere between atl or the aboro point ort Oulr ino running through car Cincinnati to Knuxville an I AiherUIe X C Direct lino to Texaaamt Mexico U New Orlean or Tla Shreveport Aik agent about tour to California From IouIitIIIc HhfltijrTllla and Lawrvncehurg dirvct connection i made at Lexington with ttiuuled traiui to all oiut boutE W C RlNKARSOy Agent Cincinnati O Ocnl Iaur j QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v HSH HI i M FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the poit omco nt Frankfort Kentucky itH aecond cliiHS miillable mutter Tins XjAst game won Frankfort JJofcals Winchester for the Second Time MuSGs J L ftODMAU SOU x-- V GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER 1G 1893 For Tates Pardon asking Governor Brown to pardon James W Tate the late State Treasurer has been in circulation in this and adjoining counties for the past week and has been numerously signed over four hundred persons having attached their names in this city alone The petition states that Tate has already suffered much by voluntary banishment even if he is guilty that he has expiated what ever misdeeds in this particular he may have heedlessly committed that there is reason to believe Tate was mpre sined against than sinful that if he took any of the public funds improperly it was from an excessive amiability and disinclination to say no to his friends than through any premeditated desire to defraud the State A petition Â¬ Â¬ The Publication to Continue i i r r The Louisville Times announces that the publication of the Frankfort Capital will not be discontinued on the first of January as When Col E was supposed Polk Johnson who has for several years so ably presided at the helm of the paper retire- - fiom the editorial charge about the first of January he will be sucillis ceeded by Mr George L at present correspondent of the Louisville Courier Journal and Times in this city and Mr S C Sayres the present book keeper for the Capital Printing Company will become business manager of We wish the the establishment success and new management will have no trouble in trust they guiding their craft into smooth water at all times and under all circumstances Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trial Postpom d The County Contesting Board composed of County Judge Ben G Williams and Esquires Pat McDonald and Jos L Rodman met on Monday for the purpose of hearing the mayorality contest of Mr V Berberich and Judge The plaintiff entered Ira Julian an objection to Squire McDonald sitting in the case and it was agreed to send for one of the country The futher considermagistrates ation of the matter was then postponed until Tuesday of next week owing to the illness of Gov Knott one of the counsel for the defendant and the board adjourned until that day at 10 oclock a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Used at the Worlds Fair Â¬ The traveler which the Construction Company received here on Monday for use in putting up the new St Clair street bridge is the same used by them in the erection of the intermural electric railway at the Worlds Fair in Chicago If it will only get a move on itself and put up the bridge with the same speed and in the substantial manner that they do things in the Windy City our citizens will be more than delighted that it came among us Â¬ The last foot ball game of the season was played at Lake Park between the home boys and the Wesleyan College team of Win chesteron Monday and was won by Capt Swangos men by the score of 10 to 4 a very close - game 5 Best Indigo Blue Calico The visitors put up a very stiff 5 Best Colored Calico OTSTE 3BJNTJOYS defensive and offensive game and Both the method and results when Good Canton 5 -- 10 cents on two occasions held their oppo- Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasaut Good Bed Ticking and acts 5 nents for four downs when they and refreshing to the taste Kidneys Yard Wide Brown Cotton gently yet promptly on the 5 were within five yards of making Uver and Bowels cleanses the sys Yard Wide Bleached Cotton effectually dispels colds head Good Comfort 95 a touch down They lost the tem game on fumbles one of which aches and fevers and cures habitual This is the lowest price ever made on these goods A large stock of Syrup of Figs is the constipation Dry Goods cheaper than ever known was indirectly and the other dinly remedy of its kind ever pro rectly responsible for tlie two luced pleasing to the tnste and ac a ram L touch downs scored by the locals jppulile to the stomach prompt jn ts action and truly heneficinl m its The firnt of these occured in effects prepared only from the most the first half Wintersmith fell healthy and agreeable substances its on the ball as it was dropped by many excellent qualities commend it the most to all the Winchester back and after popularand have made it remedy known several center plays the ball was Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Have passed to him for a run around left and SI bottles by all leading drugAny reliable f druggist who ON MAIN STEET TO end Guarded by the splendid gists may not have it on hand will prointerference of Swango and the cure it promptly for any one who line he passed the entire Win- wishes to try it Do not accept any chester team and made a touch- substitute BasEmtnt nf the Capital Hotel CO down on which Swango failed to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP SAN FRANCISCO CAL BSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLC KY kick goal owing to a head wind short time which swerved the ball This was the prettiest play of the game better for the physical training the distance gained being over received The home team lined up as folfifty yards When the first half closed the lows Jackson right end Longmoor score was 4 to o in our favor Winchester having the ball near right tackle Averill right guard OLD FRANKFQRT KY South center Glore left guard the center line left Soon after the beginning of the Kelly left tackle Rodman We keep a full of back Van second hah with the ball about end Lindsey quarter thirty yards from Frankforts g al Derveer right half back Winter DRUGS AND PATENT smith left halfback Swango fullthe other fumble was made and And cordially ask our friends to give us a call VanDirveer secured the ball in back and Captain Kelly is a member of the W MoKEE HARDIE C L GAYLE exactly the same way he did on Jan21 lT Thanksgiving diy Nearly all of Louisville Athletic Club team but theWinchebter men being in the being unacquainted with the sig4 scrimmage Dick had a clear field nals could not give as much assistance as his fine individual and made an easy run of eighty The yards for the other touch down playing would indicate Winchester boys also had an adSwango kicked goal Score dition from the Central Univeisity Frankfort 10 Winchester o By a series of short rushes team so neither side had any the 3 aided by an allowance of 20 yards best of it in this respect This is the way the visitors lined for foul tackling and five yards for offside play the visitors then up Buchwahcr right end L Beck made their only touch down but Boatman right failed to Kick goal owing to the ner riht tackle wind Score Frankfort 10 guard Eckton center Price left left tackle Holloway guard Winchester 4 Time was called with the ball Strode left end Strother quarter4 dangerously near Winchesters back Kidd right half back S fr goal line where by magnificent Beck ner left halfback Winn Manu- - 3 t defensive work they had kept the npfnvi no iHn f home boys from again scoring but A Herald of the Infant Year or Clip the had just obtained the ball on four century the last tlility yeiirs will more frbm the represent nnd the segment downs when the game ended term of the unbounded popularity of Hostet ters Stotnucu The game was a hard clean one year 181 will beBitters Iho opening ot the i signalized by tlie appearance which fresh Almanac of was a pleasant contrast to that of u uses derlvat on and the Bitten this world Pri033 OCrr Proaa 10 to 15 4 I aid hctlon of the famous medicine will be lucidly set forth with Georgetown in that there Everybody should read It The calendar and to be found lu this Ji SOLID OAK SUIT was little or no slugging and no astronomical calculationsastonishingly accurate i brochure are always and lllustntons humor and the statistics kicking against the decisions of other reading matter rich In Interests and full OHEVAL Company or Pitts 5 the referee and umpire Messrs A of profit iThe Hostetter They em burgh Pa publish It themselves sixty hands In the mechanical ploy more fr C Norman and Mac Blayney work and thii than eleven months In the more Come no look we have 100 j 11 can year are consumed in its preparation No one was seriously hurt and we be obtained without cost or an druggists anu jj over 300 Bedsteads j Snits country dealers ana Is printed In English are inclined to think the game Geinan French Welsh Norwegian Swedish j llol and Boiemian aud Spanish few months i to S9ll will live and flourish in spite of Students Rates f the opposition with which it has met in certain quarters The Kentucky Midland Rail In all the games played by the Way will sell tickets to all points 4 home team outside of a black and return limited to January 11 AAiftrAiftr Aiftriftr AA AtWcAA eye or two and a few scratches no 1894 at one and one third fare trip to students damage has been done aud even for the round the holidays going home for the most carping critics must C D Bkrcaw allow that the young men are the GPA LOWER THAN EVER 4ct f JtJ Flannel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cents cents cents cents cents cents m fm m m m - I Â¬ J RODMAN soar JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Removed From the Baize Building Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ b 4W A Â¬ W IVIcKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND line HALLS V J it Â¬ MEDICINES Â¬ 1 JOE T STATEN CO Â¬ Have purchased the entire stock of Â¬ FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture 111 Â¬ per ct 1500 1800 Â¬ wan i and in the next 226 ANN STREET d Lawn Mowers m JLe Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pairs ORPRICES rtirfllLBakmg The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware anr on LAWN MOWERS I Go See Him Dr R Goldstein the optic specialist is in the city on one of his periodical visits and if you need new glasses fitted to your eyes go and see him at the Capital Hotel iJLiW Â¬ Lead The Market 500-- Used in Millions ofHomei AptJUHy ikjh Powder tj ua No Amaiosia No Alum 40 Years the Standard jJiAji mm ik lit v i JOaAjVLlkAVl 33 BKODWu i v 1 Sr StXMt s- - v1 WE HAVE Four different styles aud qualities of Initial Handkerchiefs from 25e to SI We have Christmas Handkerchiefs both Silk and Linen of all kinds at low PRICES Shirts Mackintoshes Neckwear Umbrellas Suspenders Walking Canes Underwear Gloves Dressing Robes Mufflers Smoking Jackets Hats Boys Overcoats Col Â¬ lars Mens Overcoats Cuffs Boys Suits Cuff Buttons Mens SuitsrScarf Pins HUDSON HUMPHRIES FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT DECEMBER 10 1893 CASSELL HURSEY DEALERS IN nard ns Steel Â¬ Written at the Lock I stood on the bank of the river By the side of the motionless mill And the moon rose over the treetops From behind the old Fort Hill Liken queen she arose In her beauty Not u breath not a sound could be heard Not a bird left Its roott on the hillside Not a leaf In the slleilce was stirred I gazed oil the crjstal waters Where the moon beams softly played Where the tace of the queen lust arisen In a frame of silver was made v t i The poels have whispered of Slltude ft i And said twas the nurse of Woe But all of my heartaches left me And went out with the rivers How Like bubhles they Hoated downward Carried on by thegentletlde Until lot to my view In the distance Like a speck on the ocean wide thought as I looked on the drift wood As It slowly and silently passed That such was our life and existence In a stream we are helpless and last From out of the darkness we come forth And lloat for awhile In the light For only a space we will llngor Then again we are lost lu the nUht I The iron rods which have held the old St Clair street bridge to OF CINCINNAT IO will be at tne gether for the past forty six years have become crystalized with HOT2SL age and are nearly as hard as IN LEXINGTON KY steel The discovery was made in cutting one of them at the Saturday December 16 1893 forge of the Construction Compa- Â¬ t without surgica HEMORRHOIDS Piles ny which is putting up the bridge operation and with littlecured pain or no Monday and sincethen thete has REEERENCES been quite a rush for piece of the W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky Frunkfort Ky iron to preserve as souvenirs of J A EScott Gober Frankfort Ky M Dr J T Staten Frankfort Ky the old structure V Berberlch Frankfort h DR W I KELLEY HANNEN -- I PHOBITIS Wagons C Buggies MANUFACTURERS arriages and OF Farming implements Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods t a- - As 11 breath that Is blown on the window As a spark on u winters night For only a time ihey are with us Then for ever Jhejro lo t to our sight Still the drlfi wood nas passim And Luna rose brighter on hlnh I prayed for the mind of u poet But the answer1 was only n sigh C L Mr J P Blaize an extensive real estate dealer in Des Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one of the severest attacks of pneumonia while iu the northern part of that State during a recent blizzard says the Saturday Review Mr Blaize had occasion to drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly chilled that he was unable to get warm and in Â¬ side of an hour after his return he was threatened with a severe case of pneumonia or lung fever Mr Blaize sent to the nearest drug store and got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy of which he had often heard and took a number of large doses He says the effect was won- Â¬ derful and in a short time he was breathing quite easily He kept on taking the medicine aud the next day he was able to come to Des Moines Mr Blaize regards his cure For sale by J as simply wonderful V Gayle druggist Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McCIure Frankfort Ky y J Uughe3 Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky J as M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found every day of each week except S ATU R Pamphlets describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE H D G MATTEM THE- LHr BID P EfpJf I I L ij eW iir iiTfTTfMMlMLMfflf dp ffiWB MmgfmsSKmfm H lilTO 1U1 AW 1 - 1 nailer KY ib How We Cross the rt- TSlver - The St Clair street bridge was closed permanently Wednesday afternoon and the ferry came into The hours fixed constant use for the ferry are from 530 in the morning until 10 at night between which hours all pedestrians can pass free but after 10 oclock p m the ferrymen have a right to charge a fee for setting anyone across A nice wooden walkway has been built up the bank from the ferry to Bridge street on the South Side part of it being covered so that persons waiting for the ferry in bad weather will be in some measure protected whiie On the standing upon the walk north side a shed has been built on the wharf for the protection of those waiting in the rain with a walk leading from it to the ferry An over head wire landing cable has been put up across the river over which a trolly will run from which a line will be attached to the ferryboat to be used when there is sufficient current in the river to operate jit but when the river is low the old fashioned pull rope will have to be used This arrangement is raher slow and some delay is necessarily experienced in getting over the river but all that is necessary is a little patience and a determination to make the best of a condition of things which cannot be avoided Â¬ Â¬ I p01llloldei8 -- Fine pocket books card and leather cases and gold silver and pearl handled in 4n a 334 MAIN STRHbT FltANKFORT I Wli mrm- MmWt - at Barretts Cr I BiltHwIllililBlLWlHtllH i JeBDnrTfrl iBnlmirlltullMluKBBWHirtrJJWTrayin1 I li53uiSEH III fc On St Clair street a small Catholic Rosary which the owner can have by paying for Found this notice Found In a Kentucky Midland coach on Sunday Nov 12 a stick pin with chain pendant and medal attached The medal bears the fol- Â¬ lowing inscripiion on the face Advanced Grade Gen Avg Ed- Â¬ cm the reverse side 961 ward D miaby The owner can have same by calling at this office paying for this notice and rewarding finder Â¬ The Majestic Range made of Steele andiron willJasta Lifetime If you have Plumbing work to do leave your orders and Mr Ed Claassen will be sent to do it 2 1 v p u i CAKE FRUIT 1 of Ohirstmas goods Barrett carries all kinds 14 tf Sent 23 tf ftl If you expect to have Good Oake for Bipod should be rich to Insure health Poor blood means Anaemia diseased means Scrofula blood for a DOUBLE BREECHLOADER TWivii AND- - Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil enriches the blood j cures Scrofula Coughs Colds Weak Lungs and Wasting Diseases Physicians Anaemia Scotts stint nnns from Winchester Rifles nrpprtuTAflilillor MUM SUI COCldBI EBWlTIB 200 925 200 to to 5000 1200 125 1688 tO S10 00 MerPlatU New Winchester Hepeatins Shot Qun Model 1893 CUIgu tad B 8 for GO p Btiil GRIFFITH 51 5 Main Street Mar IB IT t8Uap fr et SEMPLE LOUISVILLE KY Call on me and get the best money will buy mmi 4-POS- -TXV- LY2 2 retts Gift Standard and Mis the world over endorse It cellaneous books and hand- DMt ki deceived by Substitutes aonie picture frames at Bar Â¬ 14 tf rrprtd by Boott A Bonn N Y X JJruj gnu Four weeks by our method teaching book Â¬ keeping Mb eaiial to twelve weqks by the PoMtlons cunrunteid unU r certain old tvlp condltloim Our free 60 mid HUpuip ruttlogues Sviid for thorn -- DnumuonV explain till will Ruslnem Colleue nnl School of Shorthand uud Telegraphy Nushvllle Tenn Cheap board No vucitlou Ente any time Address J F DiuuoiioN Fres Nashville lenn Raisins Citron Currants Figs and all kinds of Nuts perfectly fresh we only handle these goods during the holidays and there Â¬ fore have no old stock to dispose of THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER t i i KMuESli3ZJXKZZVBCaiA2ra ft mmmmsBamma3mKE5zxz8sz m i ssxasssxesxxssaxsssti SffiE2E2EraflMHS xxJM JLJ Tlxe ma3a3r 33eau1 ifuil iraiiKLg X liave XAMINE to slxcrw for Ell f 4 one I know eversr ver lilsesto call and let us sno sxr and pricenereTosr cne to see beautif u1 things and X inTrite e TCi HOLIDAY PEESENT8 y goods to 3ro-uL- I 5J Eemember EVERY ONe IS WGLCOME y 77l2etlier 37 013 dKEau jP3 msssEsmazr Hrcs IIETjIGIOUS y tex ox it is no goodsnot and prices txoiable to slxoxr or g-i-sz- e H3K A Very Good Suggestion J iJP1 il MARSHALL JL KWnv W A GAINES Deaths Mr Fountain T Hay don an old and prominent citizen of the Peaks Mill Precinct died at the residence of his son in law Rev Geo W Hill at Williams town on Thursday The remains were brought here yesterday and will be buried at Bloomington this U B Baptist Ciiukcii Public worship at the Baptist Church to morrow will be conducted at both services 11 a m and 7 p ra by RevW 0 Taylor the pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Haydon The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ morning at n oclock ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Mr Haydon and wife had gone the pastor to visit their Low mass at 8 a mf High mass to Williamstown at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m daughter Ms Hill and were Christian Church Rev George both taken sick about the same Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 and time Mrs Haydon being too ill at 730 oclock as usual Morning sub Â¬ the time of her husbands death ject Beanis and Motes night sub- Â¬ to accompany the remains here ject A Model Mother The deceased was a brother-in-laYoung Peoples Society of Chris of Capt Sam Sanders of tian Endeavor in the lecture room at this city and Messrs Jas T and 650 Frank Duvall of this county UauRCii w Jatholic Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev R L Both of the latter gentlemen are McCready the rector will conduct the regular services to morrow at the bedside of their mother jnorning at 11 oclock and at 730 who is very ill at her home in p m Monterey Owen county Â¬ Eev J McClusky Blayney D D has returned and will occupy his pul- Â¬ pit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are invited eph Rand of Lexington duct the services to morrow morning It being the first and evening Quarterly meeting for this Con- Â¬ ference year a full attendance is desired Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Rev B Clay Liliy of Mt Sterling will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ ing at 11 and at 730 p m First Presbyterian Church The Xew Cell house Methodist Church Rev Jos will con- Â¬ Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church Mr S R Smith received Friday Antrru att a r Miw Mnrv Ftrn wlin hi henn Uwnf Avnn RnnrCTV KirnTTnv iU at the home of her For the coming year the officers of Wng ver the Endeavor Society of the Chris- - uncle Mr Brent Moore in Louis- r J T1 i r m ill tian unurcn in rrumuun wm lu vine lor tne past lew weeks She President James R Banta Vice s n yin d hh no unfor President Miss Annie Thomas Secre- tary Weston D Furr Treasurer seen backset she will be able to Franklin Miles Librarian Harry P return Home shortly Mattern Corresponding Secretary Miss Mima Humphries Chairman of Xow Sewer Lookout Committee Leo A Owen The new sewer on Main street Prayer Meeting Committee George Darsie Bible Meeting Committee 0 South Side running from Second Furrj Music Committee Mrs C is about completed Social Committee to the river George Darsi Mr J M Banta Missionary Com and when catch basins are put in on each side of Main at the inter mittee Mrs J W Gayle ninety members section of Second will carrv off Tho society has t maintains an average ubtuuuuuuu ui the water which usually forms a ninety llvo at its woekly prayer meet ing and is in a flourishing condition pond at that point duringjthe winter and spring Cough and Shllohs Cnro tho Great Fon Sale on Rent My dwelling Oroup Ouro is for sale by us Pookot flizo contains twenty five doses only houso on Ann street Wt2lUs i 21 25o Children love it J T Buckley tf Special Sermons Rev George Darsie begins to morrow night a series of Sunday night talks en He will talk of A Model Models A Model A Model Son Mother Wife and A Model Friend S C Oyer Co are making fine progress with their work on SALE the new cell house in the penitenRESIDENCE OK4ROOMSON MAIN STREET A This ts very desirable property Is In excel tiary They have gotten up to lent repair and would make a III st rate Invest ment as there Is nopropertylnhrankfortthit the top of the second story with rents better They their brick and stone work are executing their work in a very 210 substantial manner and when L0 A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good Frankfort on a cued 8 miles will be one of the upon which there Is a brick resi turnpike road completed it Why Dont You Stop dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and nllother necessary Improvements This land is best jobs ever put up in this jjart in a high state of cultivation the improvements These words are very familiar to are In due condition and In order to make a of the country The new structure our readers as not a day passes with Illicit sale will be ottered at a bargain will contain four hundred cells out1 the report of the sudden death of which will give to this penitentiary nation is Heart Disease Therefore something over one thousand cells beware if you have any of the follow- Â¬ ACRES WELL IM FARM ing symptoms Short Breath Pain in A GARDEN located OF 12 good turnpike road 9 proved on a all told Swollen miles from Frankfort Side Smothering Spoils Ankles Asthmatic Breathing Weak Writing desks collar and and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Fluttering of culF boxes necktie cases Shoulder and Arm Pulse These Heart or Irregular heart and games of all kinds at symptoms mean remedy disease is Dr The most reliable 14 tf Barretts Miles Now Heart Ouro which has saved thousands of lives Book of testimonials free at J W Gayles Much Hotter who also sells the New Heart Cure Â¬ Editor Roundabout We are all aware of the fact that Frankfort and Franklin county a e soon to have a new bridge crossing the river and uniting North and South Frankfort as of yore This magnificent structure should be christened by a test suggested by a merchant of our city as follows As soon as the bridge is completed anJ turned over to the city and county as being finished and opened for travel the Mayor to appoint the day and date for a holiday and for each and every delivery wagon and vehicles of all kinds to load up to their fullest capacity and form in procession make a grand test and a good christening for the new bridge Let some of our enterprising business men call a meeting of the manufacture s business men and all citizens who use vehicles of delivery huckster ing or of pleasure to meet and determine what will be done in this movement and have one of the largest turnouts we have ever had We can doit if we commence in time Wont some one tike hold of this Meet organize and appoint your different committers in good time so that we can be in readiness by the time the biidge is completed Let every vehicle that a horse can be hitched to help make this a grand success even W B Bri geford and his little A Merchant Geeter Â¬ L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times J ni M OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET FOR RENT LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND street South Frankfort known as the Uannu property This property has large grounSls line FARM OF 100 ACRES ON GOOD TURNPIKE shade ttees and Is a very desirable location road 2 miles from Frankfort This proper Â¬ cither for a home or boarding house ty has the usual necessary Improvements and would make u good dairy or stock farm It Is very desirably located and Is In an excellent neighborhood FORSALJE A FOR SALE mWO fcTORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM L and 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This is goodTroperty and is offered at a bargain 35000 IFTFEN 15 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we are authorized to sell for three hundred and fifty dollars FORSALE OF 253 ACRES 8 MILES FROM Frdiikfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of b rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property nre now and in tirst class condition This farm has a quantity ot llie tobacco land and would also mako a llrst class stock farm It also 1ms a young peach orchard ot a thousand tiees besides other F A FARM FOR A SALE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RE3IDEVCE on Cross street near Conway Thl proper Â¬ ty has a ery go d lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low tigure fruit FOE FOR SA LE with residence tenement houses stock and to Â¬ bacco barns apple orclmid and other necessary improvements This land Is mostly In timber an1 grass ami will make a good tobacco or stock farm It Is offered at a bargain OF 100 OR A FARM Frankfort125 on a150 ACRES 8 MILES good turnpike road from Â¬ FOR SALE FOR RENT Â¬ RESIDENCE OK COL J STODDARD Johnston on Siolby street now occupied by Mrs L H Lnugmoor Possession given about 1st of December J m FOR SALE B FOR RENT good 15 ROOMS COTTAGE A FRAME street South OF SEVENproper y IsON Conway Side his In 1 per month repair and we are authoilzedtorentltat L MARSHALL CO a -- 1 ie Honored More Jlighly Hon John R Procter of this city recently appointed a Civil Service Commissioner by President Cleveland has been elected president of the Commission to succeed Commissioner Lyman who resigned the position cubisms Leather Couehes You are invited to call and see the elegant Leather Couches and chairs we j Â¬ 1 1 1 i3 ti MK Hq eUn -- have just received ior Christmas lULUVdir s Â¬ mam j W3Q Bissell Carpet Sweepers Wo all know the hard work expended by handling brooms the amount of dust raised Avoid the dust and labor by buying a carpet sweeper Bissells the best Wo have the Bissell FOff A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE I l AnnirrooabloLaxntlvo and NERVE TONIC Sold by Druggists or sent by mall S5o COo and SlOO Dor package Samples froo VXg The Favorlto TOOTH TOWDtl For sale by W McKec Hardie Jan 28 ITI Wkt UvforthoTeothandlircaUuMo HALLS OLD STAND lr R ROGERS SON I 71 7imr t JkJJCi3C MX MSjn MJB0fc And will defy competition both in price and quality Preparatory to Changing of Our Location dispose stock JCjL QLliSi7 mflefcll ZPaupexr At C3r3TOtl V 52 3E WE STXXjXj E 3C goods MONEY of o oxjk -- We ask our friends to call before purchasing as we will make it to their interest We enumerate below a few of the items we carry in stock and will SAVE THEM rcV ft W Mixed Paints Brushes Glass Oils Lime General Hardware and W all Paper Harness Whips Leather Lead L Cement Plaster Salt Sash Doors Blinds Wagons Wagon Material Surreys Iron Roofing Sewer and Flue Pipe Powder Shot Shells Guns Wire c Oor Mainland Lewis Streets S fL ET 9 M A COLLINS Supper nt the Forks J Opposite the Farmers Bank JOHN DRISC0LITiHirs - Goosebone Predictions Council Proceedings r fi LIT V The coldest weather will be about the middle of January the spell beginning near the fifth and continuing until the twenty fifth when it will moderate slightly February starts in cold and remains so to the end Now watch the predictions and see how near correct they are If they fail it will be the goose bones fault and not ours for we dont know anything about it whereas the bone 1ms quite a rep as a prognostic tor -- - Mrs J H Williamson has sent Tuesday Dec 12 1893 us a goosebone taken from the Present President Lewis and breast of the bird which graced all the councilmen except Ell her table on Thanksgiving day wanger Miles and Weitzel The goslin was hatched early in The minutes of the last meeting the spring and was eight months were read and approved old when killed We are not Johnsons grocery license on much of a goosebone interpreter Main street was transferred to but here is what we understand Howard St McCoy De- Â¬ the bone before us to say The licence of Williams cember starts in warm with bad Hughes on Broadway was trans- Â¬ weather overhead which grows ferred to Crutcher Moore first of Janworse until about the There being no further business uary when the ground will freeze the council adjourned to meet and remain frozen the balance of again on the 25 th inst Â¬ the winter Â¬ Yon Can Get There Since the south end of St Clair street has been so filled up with Selling Without Jjleenso Deputy U S Ma hal A c -- j C fc fr vr B Scott and Mr Geo T Ireland of Eminence brought four negroes to this city yesterday morning charged with violating the InterAmong them nal Revenue law was Robert Butler who was for a time last fall a candidate for M ivor One of the numof Eminence ber Jerry Hoffnan of Croppers had an examination before U S Commissionei VV J Cbinn yes terday and was held in 150 bond to appear at the term of the U S Court which convenes in this city Tuesday week but failing to give bond was sent to jail The others Robert Butler Dick Conner and Phil Casselman all o f whom are from Eminence will be tried next week Â¬ Â¬ Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of your Dr Hales House old Tea and it is the first medicine I have found that has done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou- Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For the last 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move oftener than once a week After taking one him package I am much better and now can take hold and work Have Fail to dp Their Duty a good appetite and bowels regular For dyspepsia constipation all liver Everybody has at times failed to do and kidney troubles etc it has no their duty towards tljemeslves Hun equal Only 25c and 50c a package dreds of lady readers suffer from sick at P H Carpenters drug store a headache nervousness sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow For nice work in the the example of Mrs H Herbrechter nve watch clock and jewlery Hteven8 Point Wis wtio lor years suffered greatly from nervous line call on W L Conner- prostration and sleeplessness tried S1111M1 1 tllC jeWGlCl 4 11 physicians and rilfTArnnr medicines without success But one bottles of Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep Fork of Elkhorn every night and she is feeling like a new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel- Â¬ Regular services at Buck Run er Laramie Oity Wyoming who tomorrow Rev S C Mitchell tried all other remedies declares that after three weeks use of the Nervine pastor Also at the Christian for headache nervous prostration Church to morrow at the usual etc she was entirely relieved Sold hours Rev Curry pastor by J W Gayle Trial bottle free Mrs Mary Belle Barrett and Tho New Telegraph Office little son Leonard who have been visiting her parents Hon L The new office room for the J Cox and wife during the ptst Western Union Telegraph Co in four months have returned to Â¬ timber and stone incident to the building of the new bridge many customers of Mr John R Todd the confection seem to be under the impression that his door has been blockaded but such is not the case as the sidewalk is entirely clear and any lady or child can reach his place without the least danger He is still doing business at the old stand and will be glad to see all who may drop in upon The Society of the Kings Daughters will give a supper on Tuesday evening at the residence of Capt W T B South in the Forks of Elkhorn Prof Louis will furnish the Harris of this city music for the occasion Full supper will be served for twenty five cents cream and cake 10 cents Win II Wheeler The proceeds will be devoted to A prominent contractor and builder charitable purposes of Adams N Y was a great smoker for years He liked his cigar but did Going to Ohio nob like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the or he Col D F Boy late Superin- shape of a bunch was growth Aswas expressed it he afraid he tendent of the Kentucky Military going to have a Grant throat At began using Dr Hales this stage Institute has accepted the super Household heOintment applying it intendency of Miami Military directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A Institute of Twin Valley College few weeks of this treatment entirely at Germantown Ohio and y ill cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel er states that it worked a most won enter upon the discharge of his derful care in his case and that he re gards Dr Hales Household Ointment duties January 1st as the greatest medicine of the 10th century It cures all inflammation J W Fairbanks 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen a ters drug store Â¬ A great many improvements nave taKen nlace in our midst during the past fall thereby add- ing very much to the appearance and comfort of our environments The small pox scare causes vaccination to be fashionable at this particular time The farmers are about through gathering corn Liquor A Merchant full line of pure Anderson county whiskies nines brandies etc 235 BRO April 15 ID WAY opposlto State House tf Â¬ Orchard Lawn Garden FULL STOCK OF Fruit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grape Vines Asparagus to the planter and hate no agents Catalogue on apnllcutlon II F UILLENMKYER Oct21 3m Lexington Ky SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually found In a nursery establis hment We sell direct i Ornamental Trees Â¬ Gracfcnhurg There will be a soci il at the Chirstian Church to mght Every- Â¬ body is invited to attend W J CHINN zrEQ2mT e Will practice in all State Courts Of fice second floor Cutom House raw JR Â¬ The entertainment Thursday night was certainly a success WM The music was a treat Mr Jesse Darlinjtnof Louis ATTORN EY-AT-- L AW ville is paying his friends and UTD parents a visit REAL BSTATB AGJBNT We ar glad to le irn that Mr tXTlLL PRACTICE IN TUB COURTS Of Iranfclln and th adJolnlDg J VV Gibbs is a candidate for lll alio sire pctM attention to counties sai the purohaw nd sale of real estate collection r r nU claim Doorkeeper of the Senate Mr tud the leeotlAtino of Itani innSM J VV Gibbs to sty the least is the man lor the place He is a straightforward Democrat and a man who would do honor to Kentucky Legi latuie should he be e ected CROMWELl Â¬ MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO Cures Consumption Coughs Cronp Sor Throat Sod by all Dnmitts on a Guarantee For a Lame Side BaccorChet Shllohs Porous Plaster Will give gre t 3tifaction as cents Mrs T S Hawkins Chattiinoogn And all Points NORTH and WEST s the basement of the Capital Hotel their home in Texas iirklgo Souvenirs is about completed and Manager Mr C B Cox and sisters souvenir spoons Newton expects to move in about Misses Daisy and Nellie are on an Handsome with views of the old St Clair the 20th inst The place has been extended visit to relatives in street bridge engraved in the bowl handsomely fitted up and will Texas Bro Burdin ministered to his are on exhibition at the jewelry have new furniture and after it is flock at Beech Ridge Si elby store of Mrs M A Selbert completed the place will present county last Saturday and Sunday There are two views of the old very much the appearance of a Mr L Kirschbaum has restructure one takep from the city office moved his family here and will south side of the river showing engage in the blacksmithing busiTho Modern Mother the Custom House and the spires ness during the cpminji year of the Catholic Church and the Has found that her little ones are Mi s Stella Cannon has been Court House in the background improved more by the pleasant visiting at Georgetown this week and the other taken from down laxative Syrup of Figs when in Mr S Black made a business river the showipg the bridge need of the laxative effect of a trip to Louisville last week alone They are beautifully exe- gentle remedy than by any other Mr A Stedman who has been cuted and if you want a handsome very ill during the past several reminder of how the old bridge and that it is more acceptable to weeks still remains quite feeble looked before it was dismantled them The true remedy Syrup Mr Henry Colston was in go and get one before they are of Figs is manufactured by the Louisville last week where he disall gone California Fig Syrup Co posed of his tobacco When on a visit to Iowa Mr K For tho Holidays The weather for this season of Dalton IIubboII county Kansas call J ea at tne mDoratory ot unamberiain the year has been fine for the past Js Co Des Moines to show them his The Superior Court adjourned week or two six year old boy whoso life had been saved by Chamberlains Oough Rem Wednesday and the Court of ApMr Llewellyn Cann m and wife edy it having cured him of a very peals will adjourn to day for the have removed to our village severe attack of oroup Mr Dalton Both will re assemble is certain it saved his boys life and is holidays Miss Jennie Goddard has re enthusiastic in hlB praise of the rem for the January term on Monday turned home from a visit to rela- edy For salo by J W Gaylo drug i tives in Lexington January 1st gist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SHiLOHS VITALIZE Tenn it excels Prlco 75 cts consider itthebestremedyf or adehilttatnlsvstem I ever used For Dysiepsia Liver or Kidney ShilohsVitallzert AVED iHT LIFE 6ays I trouble Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address B ft HILOHSIlCATARRH Have you Catarrh Try this Remedy It will relieve and Curo you Prico 60 cts This in Â¬ jector lor itasuccessf ul treatment furnished freo Bhlloho Remedies nro sold by ua oa a guarantee to give satisfaction 1 alSPR E M E DY L Bryan C P A WGMDFiA LOUISVILLE KY For sale by W Jan28 lv McKee Hardie or HALLS OLD STANI Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 NOTICE milE REGULAR MEETING OF THE STOCK L holders of this bank will be held at the of ttco of the President ot the said batik on Tues Â¬ day the 9th day ot January WH All the stock- Â¬ holders should bo represented In person or by proxy CHAS E HOUE Cashier Deo 16 PLAIOTG MILL AND HOGSFIEAD FACTORY td and Disease Work Worry Â¬ PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SASH Â¬ Â¬ BLINDS are n formidable trio yet the weak FRAMES person frequently has to meet all of SHINGLES How can he overcome t em at once TURNED WORK The answer is with our Coutoond Oxygen and ours only STAIR WORK The count less demonstrations of 23 years war runt this reply AND ALL KINU8 OF Our treatment Is available for home use neither need your occupation b e Interfered with The value of theto features Is obvious What about your need A book ot explanation and proof is yours to consider u asked lor now aa well as tobacco hogsheads on Factory one and a half blocks from Post Omce river rrontj Drs BTARKEYA PALER A share ot public patronage Is solicited low Arch street Philadelphia Pa DeciMy Sept2 ly RCUOATE Finish 3Tor a Houii WSJ I 8 MjBwtjT Holiday Gifts cause you can MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS Always a suitable gift for father brother or husband son No other house can comOur selling pete with us prices about like their cost prices 5 for mens heavy winter suits worth 8 SS50 for mens all wool black cheviot suits Sold by the small dealer at 1250 10 for mens suits that cant be matched for less than 15 3 50 for mens heavy arm Â¬ j TSTCTCTJEt Early SHOES N 1 Dont wait until the last week or the last day but come now and make your selections You get a better assortment and can get better attention We have never shown such sensible and suitable articles for holiday gifts at such low prices What shall you give is suggested by a look into our windows and through our magnificent stock Remember that a little given with love is more than much given be BOYS A V4 4 i SUITS AND SUITABLE A A A A A HOLI - FURNISHINGS One large lot of Marino one half hose to close only were fjoc OVERCOATS For twenty years we have been known as headquarters for boys clothing and to day we are simply supplying the county and entire country thats accessible to our town with boys clothing Our clean ing up season now and we have many bargains but we havent space to name but few For boys overcoats sizes broken lots at less than half price 250 now for boys heavy cape overcoats 4 to 10 years that ate worth 4 4 50 for boys Ulsters and overcoats 4 to 15 years you cant buy for 7 elsewhere One small lot boys overcoats go at 75 cents to close Â¬ DAY GIFTSsilk umbrella smoking jacket woolen bath robe pair slippers pair silk suspenders A pair fine gloves Silk handkerchiefs Ladies silk garters A silk hat A fine derby hat j ulsters sold for 6 and 6 50 5 for mens heavy ulsters and overcoats others want 8 for S 10 buys you a fine overcoat or ulster that you cant match for less than 15 Silk mufflers Shoes for the needy Boys suits for the poor Boys overcoats for charity A nice trunk Torrey has quit making shoes You can buy any of their 6 50 and 7 shoes for 5 00 No factory in the country produces better goods Also about 75 pair of as A Banisters hand made shoes sold at 6 50 and Large lot of la 7 go at 55 dies hand welt and hand turned shoes odds and ends you can buy them at less than half price Mostlyismall sizes One lot of miss springheel shoes plain toes Â¬ 2c t Â¬ I worth 2 to A traveling bag A pair kid gloves We show a great line of the above 150 These are great values One lot infants shoes sizes x2 2 former price 75c price now 25c and Our line of 2 shoes for ladies and misses mens and boys for two weeks will be sold for jSi75 We are agents for a general waterproof blacking and Â¬ 1 5250 now 12 One bi lot of Cardigan jackets go at 99c 125 5150 and 2 only about one half their value GLOVES Leather gloves lined good and warm go at 39c 49c 65c 75c 99c up to 2 Heavy yam mitts only 20c worth double the money See our great window display for 25c neckwear other houses want 50c for Overshirtj plain net lace front 49c reduced from 65c Overshirts fancy blues and brown stripped go at 65c reduced from 85c Â¬ Â¬ a - iV Oar uitclier sxxdi 3EririalsLfort Afternoon Ten The parlors of Miss Burnley tentive member 117 Wapping street will be open Resolved That to the public Tuesday Christmas Dec 19 The occasion is an Afternoon Tea from 4 to 9 oclock given by the teachers of the Industrial School for the benefit of increasing the funds necessary to carry on the work of the It is a most worthy school charity and while it is supported entirely by donations poor chil dren of all denomination will be taught to sew and garments are made by the teachers and dis- Â¬ tributed among the sick and Great pains have been needy taken to make this entertainment dainty and pretty and a number of charming young ladies will assist at the various tables Mrs Sam has charge of D Johnson thp rlmrnl itp uiuie uiss Ti iviy nolds pours the tea Miss Van Derveerwill offer for sale a de- licious assortment of home made candiesMrs Sally Greenhow will have an attractive table of inexpensive fancy articles for sale There will be a substantial lunch of salid oysters and coffee all so reasonable as to attract a large Â¬ Â¬ GRAND SPECIAL BARGAIN -- oatiTJiopantsCZCs I - sold everywhere for t 1 IjOTJLiei-villo- - S 3 11 i viv wOvJL JbSuCD wrssxaamaJm fM Resolved That the Post in his death loses a faithful and at- Â¬ a copy of these TO CALIFORNIA ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce MINDS WIL Â¬ LIAMS as u candidate f r re election to the oflico of Jailer of Frankflln county subject to the 15 te action of the Democratic party We are authorized to nnnounce W T GAINES as u candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county Bubject to the action of the Democratic party The Lund of Sunshine Fruit And Flowers before resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the Post and a copy Exposition Midwinter The sent to the wife of our deceased already much talked of bids fair Comrade to rival the great fair that has just I West Committee closed at Chicago not in size J B Drvden J t periiaps out certainly so in originality inrichness and in de 100 Reward 100 lighted visitors who will UtianiThe readers of the Roundabout inoUbiy agree mat Uie lacinc will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease Coast is worth many times the that science has been able to cureinall time and money spent to visit it Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls in its return of delightful climate Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure mvtli now known to the medical fraternity mellow sunilgllt WOllCirOUS ni Catarrh being a constitutional dis of vegetation and the heretofore ease requires a constitutional treat unheard of net work of industries ment Halls Catarrh Curo is taken internally acting directly upon the connected with fruit raising and blood and mucous surfaces of the theshippi ng of the product pystem thereby destroying the foun In order to give an opportunity dation of the disease and giving the for everybody to visit this wonder patient strength by bunding up the constitution and assisting nature in land during the Exposition Cali- ItB workt doin The proprietors forum rates via the Chieen Lreshave so much faith in its curative cent Route have been reduced powers that they offer One Hundred dollars for any case that it fails to and every one nay find the cost cure Send for list of testimonials of such a trip within his means p j 0HEENEY CO As for equipment it is the only Toledo 0 ine by which you can travel from 2 Sold b druggists 75o uiuiiiiaii to San Francisco abso- ow Katcs to St Ijous via ig lutely without change Tourist Four Route sleeping cars run every two weeks through from Cincinnati to San In addition to selling tickets at Francisco Solid vestibuled trains low rates between all points for twice a day from Cincinnati to Christmas Holidays the Big New Orleans where connection is Four Route will make a special made With throiiffh trains and reduced rate of 12 for the round Pullman sleepers daily to Call- trip Cincinnati to St Louis and fornia points Through car service return affording everybody an to either New Orleans or Shreve--por- t opportunity to visit the west at an making direct connection for extremely low rate Texas Mexico and California The improved service of the From Louisville through trains Big Four Route providing solid make direct connection at Lexingtrains with elegant parlor cars ton with solid vestibuled service to and hotel dining cars between New Orleans Cincinnati and St Louis makes it Send t us for further par- Â¬ the popular line for western travel ticulars Ask agents for rates Make no arrangements for your schedules and other information holiday trip without communicat- or address VV L Rinearson G ing with J E Reeves General P A Cincinnati O Southern Agent Cincinnati O E O McCorjhCK P T M nnfniii Sivpcnnr U S A Sam T A Diego OalenyH Shilohs Catarrh D B Martin G P modioine I have Itomedy is General Passenger Department ever foundthe first would dome any that Cincinnati 0 December 12 good Price 50 cents Sold by W 21 MoKeo Hardlo 1893 i5 3t 11 t - For Jailor CHAS T RA T ttorn6y at law FRANKFORT KY Office in the Hurne Building We are authorized to announce H F SHOW ALTER as acmdlditu for Jailor of Franklin county subject w the act on of tho Democratic party i Kentucky Midland By i For Assessor We are authorized to announce JAS DESMOND OCONNOR as a candidate for AsseHsor of Frank- im county Subject to the action of tho Reimbll- - S lorteatundgulCrCeflt between 41 41 caPfity CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT For County Judge We ra nutuorlzed to announce Squire DAN MOORE as a candidate for County Judge of Frank Only direct line between Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal- - Car Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Doc 9 te H yj MaysTille Cynthiana VJ Â¬ REMOVED ASK mouth FOR and Mgton MIDLAND TICKETS YlA KY a - W L COPPERSMITH where he has opened a full and complete line of REMOVED HIS JEWELRY ESTABLISH inent across tit Clair street Into the room formerly occupied by George feasors drug store lrniis una iriaruisnuiii Ia3 I time TIME TABLE NOV W A M M JflWfl VVatoltOB Clocks tads fa TRAINS fi AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Duvatl A No f 1 No 3 P M No 7 cuasng m Call and examine goods and prices before pur wutch repairing promptly executed Dec9 tf j w l coppersmith 700 700 718 729 730 742 749 768 808 810 821 I Frankfort Ky Sheep for Sale FOR SVLE 100 HEAD OF FIRST T HAVEewes I class which I will selLon fix months time Also a few Shropshire und South Down bucks that I will sell cheap crowd Resolutions of Respect The following resolutions of spect were passed at the last meeting of A G Bacon Post on the death of Comrade Wm Co- Â¬ ble re- Â¬ I Â¬ i Whereas It has pleased Al mighty God in His infinite wis dom to remove from our midst Comrade Wm Coble who was a member of this Post and had served in the army during the last war with distinction to him helf and honor to his country therefore be it Â¬ Â¬ 335 345 EDO 0 400 M 1 M I A A M PM TRAINS WEST No 2 No 4 No8 INo12 thimble southForks of Elkhorn Ky BUM- Lv larls C 0 05 TiO bbO 100 Ar Elizabeth 4fH 015 Ar Centervllle 920 525 00 TIME TABLE Ar Newtown N U28 012 L 645 Ar O S Depot G80 940 600 B Ar Georgetown 1117 fi35 749 Tho following time tabic is now iu Ar Johnson 1124 644 800 effect upon tho L fc N road Ar Duvall 1130 048 810 Ar Stamping Ground 1137 830 655 TBAIHB WEST Swltzer aeo 7 03 Ar 1149 Ar Elkhorn 1160 906 716 No231eavesFrankfort 550 a m Ar Summit 1202 721 916 A 1210 925 780 No 17 leaveB Frankfort 060 a m Ar Frankfort No 21 leavos Frankfort 255 p m No 10 leaves Frankfort p m A connects with L N B connects with Q 0 and LS ZBAIHBXAST connects with K 0 0 Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar LvSwltzer Lv stamping Ground Johnson Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centrevlllo Elizabeth Paris 711 400 406 412 4 20 443 4b0 517 525 629 540 4iS 4ai 100 110 125 140 200 210 3 20 50G 285 800 20 Ui yB 75 Â¬ I for Ohristlnusburg for passengers Lexington and points boyond Nos 23 17 and 21 counoot at Lagraage for Oinolnnati Noa28and21 connect at Anohorage for Bloomfleld Branoh 1020 am Nol81eavoB Frankfort 463 pm No 20 loaves Frankfort 7851 p m No 24 arrives Frnnkfort 855 pm No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will utop at Anchorage and SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 945 a m Arr Georgetown 1040 a in Lve Georgetown 1111 Arr Frankfort 1210 p m f The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tions form tho shortest and cheapest route to all points north south oostund west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL 0 D BEROAW City Ticket Agent Gen f ass Agt GKOB 1IARPER Gen tiupt hA