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The VOL XVII COGSWEIjIjS Peankfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 17 IEANKFORT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 30 1893 chime OillciMs Elected CHRISTMAS CATASTJtO 1 - ftfc h7I i a w r if i L J t A trf ifV I llniiiod Faces and Bruised were The following officers IJodles elected by Hiram Lodge No 4 Christmas was celebrated in the The village of Graefenberg just A Y M on Wednesday evening for the ensuing year usual vociferous and across the line in Shelby county hilarious Worshipful manner in this city and as it William Cromwell was the scene of a sensational L came on Monday this year the shooting affair Wednesday even- Master J 2zsm za C Gran Graham Senior War fun commenced Saturday and coning It seems that a young man tinued until MonJay night by the name of Robert Cogswell den The Paul Sawyier Junior Warden only restriction laid on the boys boarded with Mr Robert Darling W T Reading Treasurer by the police was that they should ton in Graefenberg last summer Placing the Iron at Tmst several days and it was hoped by Ben T Farmer Secretary not shoot pistols dynamite or guns but failing to pay his board Mrs relatives here that he is some bet- Â¬ Gus Schaefer Senior Deacon on the street but everything else On Wednesday the first iron ter but a letter Darlington told her husband he received Thurs R A Baker Junior Deacon which could make a noise was members of the new St Clair day stated that he was must send Cogswell away as they worse Ed J Kershaw Steward and brought out and used to the full- street bridge were placed in posicoulcl not afford to keep him for agtin est extent and as a result numer- tion just forty two days after the nothing Cogswell was according Tyler Blood Will Tell time when the contract of the ly notified to leave and returned After the Lodge adjourned ous accidents occurred Little Louis Meagher second King Bridge Co with the city According to the condition of it to his fathers in this county Worshipful Master Cromwell inSince then there has been no good vited the brothers to accompany son of Mr John Meagher and and county calls for t le com- If in bad order it shows itself in pim Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various feeling existing between Cogswell him to the Old Dominion Res- some other boys were shooting a pletion of the bridge The heavy erruptions of the skin If in good order it and the Darlingtons the two men taurant where an elegant oyster cannon Monday made of an old iron shoes in which the batter ion the shows in the clear complex glow of health the good not being on speaking terms lunch was partaken of pistol barrel fastened on a block posts and bottom chords rest spirits The latter condition vou can produce by the use of Dr Hales Wednesday afternoon Cogswell using fire cracker fuses to touch were placed on the South nKnf ODD FELLOWS iiuuoouuui leu wo giuuu uiuuu puri Â¬ it off was in Graefenberg and about A heavy load was placed ment the first floot beam was low- fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c Capital Lodge No 6 I O a package at P H Carpenters drug in it and the fuse lighted but it ered into position and one section sfore dusk went to the home of Darc O F elected the following lington and called him to the did not go off as soon as Louis of bottom chord laid on the W L Coppersmith is officers Monday evening for the door when some words ensued thought it ought to so he went west side This is the beginning pushing things right along ensuing six months and Cogswell shot at Darlington up an J was bending down to see Let us hope that the work will go and will be able to show Charles McEnnis Noble Grand what was wrong with his face right along now and that there you as nice twice but missed him Cogswell aline of holiday W B Morgan Vice Grand then ran to the Methodist Church within a foot or so of it when the will be no further delay from bad novelties as you will find George Donaldson Secretary 14 tf whither Mrs Darlington had gone cannon went off most of the charge management or imaginary causes in Frankfort W Reock Treasurer blowing out through the tube and George to attend prayer meeting rushed Christmas goods in great Selling Without License C W Merchant Host up the aisle with his hat on and He was striking him in the face variety at Barretts 14 tf carrying the pistol in his hand badly burned from the chin to When on a visit to Iowa MrK A Scurvey Scountlri 1 When he reached the pew in which the edge of the hair and it is feared Dalton Russell county Kansas call ed at laboratory Mrs Darlington was sitting he His fc Co the Moines to of Chamberlain Same miserable cur who went he will lose his eyesight Des show them his raised the revolver and fired upon over the ferry Monday night father took him to Louisville Tues six year old boy whose life had been saved by Chamberlains Cough Rem hert inflicting a flesh wound in her stood on the upper side of the day to consult Dr Cheatham edy it having cured him of a very Mr Dalton left forearm He then attempted boat and hacked at the rope with We are glad to know severe attack of croup Later is certain it saved his boys life and is to shoot himself but was prevent- his pocket knife as the boat went the doccor has pronounced his enthusiastic in his praise of the rem edy ed and disarmed by some of the along cutting it in a dozen places sight ail right but says great care gist For sale by J W Gayle drug men in the congregation when he and weakening it in one place so will have to be taken of it for Sick in a Strange IJand leftand went to his fathers house that one stran parted under the sometime where it is said he procured a strain caused by- the high wind Little Hiram Williams son of Mr James Sneed formerly of shot gun and again tried to shoot blowing that night and the next Mr Marion Williams made him a himsJf but was prevented by his morning a delay in starting the cannon out of the metal shell of a this city has been very ill for father He next came on to the ferry of a couple of hours was cartridge fastened it upon a stick several weeks at Parson Kansas residence of Sheriff R D Arm necessary until the rope could be and was shooting it on Monday with fever It was thought last week that he could no recover strong near Bridgeport and sur- spliced Once it failed to go off at the rendered to that officer who No reason can be assigned for proper time and he started to ex and his mother his grandfather brought him to this city and such cussedness except that the amine it In doin so he brought Mr Walker Stephens and his That Christmas is over left here lodged him in jail Shortly after fellow who was guilty of the act it too r1rf tnn Ills fre nnrl iiiQf aunt Miss Stephens Friday to go to his bedside No Sheriff Armstrong arrived here crossed after 10 oclock and had uicu uic Liuiiyc cAuiuucu uuiu news was received from him for Many Thanks for the Liberal with his prisoner Mrs Darlingtons to pay a nickle for his ride ing and blackening the side of his rt ft rinnwiriimnn itrwrt husband father and a neighbor A person mea n enough to do face but fortunately his eye es reached the city in search of Cogs- such a thing should be thrown caped injury Patronage well and told the Sheriff that if into the river if caught and every A young man by the name of they had found the young man honest person on the boat at the Newton Horgan who lives near And the few things that I have left will be sold this week at a before he had a chance to place time should lend a hand to toss Harvieland came into town to Prices will be no great sacrifice himself under the protection of the him over celebrate with the boys on Monobject on all Dolls Plush Cases law it would not have been neces- day and became overloaded in and Fancy Articles bought for the Irregularity holiday trade The first loss is t sary to taKe mm to jau Cogswell Is that what troubles you Then which condition he walked over was very much frightened until he always the best as I will not carry its easily and promptly remedied by the cliff on East Main street just Have you seen the They was locked up as lie evidently Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets them over regulate the system perfectly Take below the Arsenal falling into the largest and finest doll ever in feared mob violence i one for a gentle laxative or corquarry forty feet below bruising Frankfort and the boy doll ChrisAs the crime was committed in rective three for a cathartic topher Columbus They are both you suffer from Constipation himself up so terribly that he If Shelby county he will have to be Indigestion Bilious Attacks Sick or could in my show window and look alnot be removed to his home Bilious Headaches or any derange taken to Shelbyville for trial most as natural as life They are ment of the liver stomach or bowels for several days CMXTJS 2EJNTJOY Mrs Darlington the wounded try those little Pellets they being a both for sale and will be sold Both tho method aud results when cheap is a daughter of Dr George pornament oure Instead of shocking lady A Pastor Called and weakening the system with vio Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant Horine and a cousin of Miss lence like tho ordinary pills they and refreshing to the taste and acts perfectly easy and natural act At the congregational meeting of gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Madeline V Pollard the plaintiff wayin aTheyre tho smallest the in the Pollard Hreckinridge dam easiest to take and tho cheapest for the Southern Presbyterian Church Liver nnd Bcwols cleanses tho sys give satisfac held on Sunday morning a call tem effectually dispels colds head age suit which is exciting so much theyre guaranteed to returned tion or your money is aches and fevers and cures habitual Counter of Handkerchiefs I bewas tendered Rev B Clay Lilly constipation interest at present Syrup of Figs is the Tho cleansing antiseptic and heal of Mt Sterling to take pastoral only remedy of its kind ever pro lieve nearly everybody got some of them There is only a few left ing qualitlos of Dr Sages Catarrh Fire Wednesday Night Mr Lilly duced pleasing to tho taste and ac and they go this week at and 8 charge of the church Remedy are unoqualod 4 ceptable to the stomach prompt in has accepted the call and will take its action and truly beneficial m its cent Remember The alarm of fire sent in from key was charge of the church at once effects propared only from tho most Found A clasp box 14 Wednesday night was picked up on the doorand left street at healthy and agreeable substances its - WeeK Only occasioned by the burning of a this office The owner can have preaching his first sermon many excellent qualities commend it wood shed at the residence of Miss same by calling and proving to all and havo made it tho most popular remedy known Margaret Campbell corner of property Grasn tho Opportunity Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o Logan and Cross streets The Midwinter Fair Our ontorprising druggist P II and SI bottles by all leading drug South Side Fire Department made Carpenter cordially invites you to gists Any reliable druggist who 25o bottlo House a quick run and extinguished the The Kentucky Midland Rail- try a Cough Cureof Dr Halos remedy may not havo it on hand will pro hold This now road will sell tickets to San Fran- acts quickly on tho bronchial tubes euro it promptly for any ono who flames in a few minutes Do not accept any Ac- throat and lungs lossons tho dosiro wishes to try it cisco and return for S9165 substitute to cough and heals mucous mem- Slillohs Cure the Great Cough nnd count Midwinter Fair At No 310 Main Street near Croup Cure is for salu by ua Pocket braue If consumption it will euro CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO C D BliRCAW sizo oontnins twonty flvo dosos only you Pleasant to tako Tho children SAN FRANCISCO CAL G P A 21 25o Children lovo it llko it Stato National Bank 0 LOUISVULeAY NEW YORK NY A luiuly Shot At and Wounded TIIIES Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report in a CImreli at Grnci- cnberg MASONS Royal Â¬ Baking Powder Â¬ Â¬ ABSOIVTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ISIlffiM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I - Â¬ IM GLADI AINT YOU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ The 5 and 10 Cent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ This Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MUTSTEIM Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mrs Jnmes Hconoy Bpent Thurs Â¬ s V i R day in Cincinnati Miss Katie Strauss iB the guest of Miss Carrie Weitzcl Mr F L McOhesney of Paris was in the city Tuesday Mrs John 13 Dryden is up again after a weeks illness Miss Alice Trabuo has returned from a visit to Louisville Mr Sam Smith spent Sunday with his daughter in Louisville Mr Geo Weitzel returns to school at Harvard on Monday next Mrs Cornelia Bush of Louisville is visiting Mrs Geo F Berry Miss Annie Orutcher went to Lex- Â¬ ington Monday to visit friends Miss Sadie Tanner has been quite sick this week but is improving Hon James H Mulligan of Lexing- Â¬ ton spent Saturday in this city Miss Mayme Gaines goes to Versailles this week to visit friends Mr Albert McOlure loft Saturday to visit relatives in Hopkinsville Mr John Parker of Louisville is visiting his father Mr M Parker Mrs J M Banta who has been quite sick this week is much better Dr W vI Dade and wife spent Christmas with Mrs Farra atPisgah Miss Mamie Kernan returned from a visit to Lexington on Saturday last Dr W O Green of Louisville visited relatives here the first of the week Mrs Isabel Montgomery is slowly recovering from her recent servere A Herald or the Infant Year Clip tho lust thirty years or more from the illness century mid the segment will represent the Miss McKee of Covington is the term of the unbounded popularity of Hostet guest of Miss Julia Hardie in Belle ters Stomach Bitters The opening ot the Â¬ Dr Ohas Kearns and daughter of Covington came over Monduy to at tend tho funeral of Mrs Josephine Fessler his sister-in-laDr Henry Williamson of Boone county came over Saturday to spend Christmas with his father Mr J H Williamson near this city Mr Nat Halo of Mayfleld came up Sunday afternoon and spent Christmas with his parents Maj H S Hale and wife in this city Hon J 0 C Black member of Congress from Georgia was in the city Wednesday on a short visit to his sister Mrs Helen McClure Mr J B Vernon wife and daugh Â¬ ter and Mr 0 F Denson of Louis Â¬ ville spent this week with Mr W H Jeffries and wife on Logan street Mrs J F Lewis Messrs Chas J Clark and John 0 Herndon of Louis- Â¬ ville came up Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Thos M Porter Mr W J Smalley of Louisville has returned here and will remain during the winter as an assistant operator at the Western Union Tel- Â¬ egraph ofUce Miss Bloomfield of Paducah is the guest of Miss Ada Bennett Both young ladies are from school at Naz areth spending the holidays at the home of Miss Bennetts father Chief Justice Bennett Mr Ohas A Kiler proprietor of the University Hotel Chicago with whom about six hundred persons from this city stopped during the Fair spent several days in this city the first of the week Â¬ Take the Ii 3s X If you are going anywhere and want to go in style speed and N the shortcomfort The L est and best line to Nashville Decatur Chattanooga Atlanta Bir New mingham Montgomeiy Orleans San Antonio Pensacola Jacksonville and all cities in the south southeast and southwest is also the ideal route to St Louis Kansas City Denver Ogden San Diego San Francisco and all the cities in the west northwest and southwest also the best line between Frankfort and Chicago and all intermediate points either via Louisville or Cincinnati Between Frankfort and New York Wash ington Baltimore Philadelphia Old Point Comfo t Norfolk Va It is noted for its fast time and polid comfort In fact to any point in the bounds of the United States there is no road to day that can offer accommodations to equal the Louisville and Nashville If you are contemplating a trip dont fail to give us a call we ill be able to direct you over the best line Call on or address C E Millek Ticket Agent H B Logsdox Ajent Â¬ Â¬ SUCH A RUSH Crowds and pushing of last year Do yon remember it Â¬ STAlTDIlTq KiOOM AT A PREMIUM Small Profit Plan Again we are loaded to the brim with the largest stock in the city Come and see our goods and prices Hundreds could not get in 20 clerks could not serve the crowd Such was the success of the the house Â¬ 10000 PRESENTS TO SELECT FROM HOLIDAY OPENING OF DECEMBEIL - Â¬ RACKET STORE WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF Guaranteed Cure We authorize our advertised drug Â¬ gist to sell Dr Kings New Dis Â¬ covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds upon this condition If you are afflicted witH a Cough Cold or DeclG ly SAPOL10 v m THE ROUNDABOUT point and action of ttie use lerlvit Mr Will Cannon and family of H nioH medicine onwill be lucidly this world- set forth Midway are visiting Mr and Mrs H Kvjnbody should read It The calendar and astronomical calculations to be found In this Berry biocture are alwajs astonishingly accurate ii id tons humor Miss Rose Criltenden has been other the statistics tllustr In Interests and aid reading matter rich full oi pollt The llotetter Company or Pitts Â¬ visiting relatives in Owenfeboro this burgh Pi publish It themselves They em ploy more tin sixty hands In the mechanical week uiiv Kiwi infiri than tvtn months In the year are consumed In Its preparation It can Muster Louis Weisenberg is at home from school at Dayton Ohio for tuc country dealers an i Is nrlnted In English leiman French Wesh Norwegian Swedish holidays Ilul and Bohemian and fpunUh Miss Mary Hale is at home from Matrimonial school at Cincinnati to spend the holidays McDoNALifOsnuKN Mr Harry Misses Louise and Pinnie Pepper are at home from Cincinnati for the McDonald and Mis- Easter Eliza beth Osburn were granted license holidays Mr John T Gray of Louisville to marry on Monday by County spent Sunday with his daughter in Clerk Smith and the ceremony this city was performed Thursday afternoon Miss Jennie Quinn of Georgetown by Rev John H Burdin at the has been visiting MissJanieDehoney Baptist Church in this city this week Mrs M McEnnis is quite ill at her Pitman Cromwell Mr C B home in Bellepoint from the effects Pitman of Muhlenburgh county of the grip and Miss Lou B Cromwell of Mr Will T Crutcher and family of will be married in a Hartwell Ohio are visiting relatives this county feHv da s The bride left here in Bellepoint weeks ago to spend the Mr Henry Brent who is attending some where the school at Knoxville spent Christmas winter in California with Judge Brent groom will join her and the cere- Â¬ Miss Emily Woods left Tuesday for mony will be performed in San a visit to her sister Mrs T H Brad- Â¬ Diego They will make their ley in Georgetown future home in the Golden State Â¬ - ear 1894 will be signalized by the appearance or a fresn Almanac ot tne Hitters in which any Lung Throat or Chest trouble and will use this remedy as directed giving it a fair trial and experience no benefit you may return the bottle and have your money refunded We could hot make this offer did wo not know that Dr Kings New Dis covi ry could be relied on It nevor disappoints Trial bottles free at Phil Carpenteus Drug Store 2 Large size 60c and 100 THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Notice The Kentucky Midland Railroad claim in their notice printed in all p ipers Wednesday that they N would pay all toll over the L bridge while the St Clair street bridge is obstructed going to or from K M depot This would lead N people to believe that the L Company had charged toll to shippers before said St Clair street bridge was obstructed N I beg to say that the L Company has never charged toll N depot for to or from the L N bridge years over the L We earnestly solicit your busi ness and promise fair treatment and best attention and the toll shall be free to shippers until further notice H B Logsdon Â¬ it 1 Per Year Agent The Columbian Desk Calendar -- A Leader Since its first introduction Electric Bitters has gained rapidly in popular favor until now it is clearly in the lead among pure medicinal tonics and alteratives containing nothing which permits its use as a beverage Mr Frank K Rodman and wife of or intoxicant it is recognized as the Cincinnati spent this week in the best and purest medicine for all ail- Â¬ ments of Stomach Liver or Kidneys city visiting relatives It will cure Sick Headache Indiges and drive Mr Humphrey Evans of Indian- tion Constipation SatisfactionMalariaÂ¬ from the system guar apolis Indiana has been visiting his anteed with each bottle or the money will be refundod Price only 50o mother in this city thiseek per bottle Sold by P H Carpen Â¬ Miss Ooranel Mattern who has ter 2 been visiting her grandparents in Gold pens fountain pens Louisville has returned home Mrs W M A Townsend of Spring Â¬ and all kinds of stationery 14 tf field Mo arrived Christmas to visit at Barretts her daughter Mrs W H Newhall For Sale or Rent My house Circuit Clerk John R Adams and on West Main street at present Judge Rowlett of the Oldham Era occupied by Col- - Corbetts family of LaGrange were in the city Tues Possession given immediately day Mrs W B Rodman 52 tf Mr Will Grayot of tho Auditors office returned Wednesday from a Christmas trip to his homoat Smith ville is visiting her sister Mrs Mattern South Side Mr Lucian Waggoner of Camden New Jersey spent Christmas with his father in this city Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miss Mollie I McCoy of Louis- Â¬ H G which is issued annually by the Pope Manufacturing Company of Columbian Bicycle fame is out for 1894 much improved in appearance It is a pad calendar of the In ono of the best in the State and Kr ar same size and shape as those of out on short notice previous years having a leaf for each day but its attractivenes has been heightened by the work of a clever artist who has scattered a series of pendrawings through its pages It also contains as usual many appropriate and interesting contributions from people both bright and wise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ur Job EPARTMENT prepared totur Found In a Kentucky Midland coach on Sunday Nov 12 a stick pin with chain pendant and medal attached The medal bears the following inscription on the face Advanced Grade Gen Avg Edon the reverse side 961 The owner can ward Darnaby have same by calling at this office paying for this notice and rewarding finder V YV W m A rftt Aw M t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o 1 Â¬ land Messrs Ed and John Bull of Chi Â¬ cago came home the first of the o spend tho holidays with inreek kb uhwvMELMmmm w Ty sffnrvw aLalm si jn Lindsay is at home Washington to be on hand to from 950 FOR A CASE IT WIU NOT CURE look after his re election when the AnnoTOab1o Tjixntlvo find NUTIVE TONIfJ meets Legislature Bold by DmgfltfAtsor sent liymall 26c 6O0 Mr Walter J Cox of Sunman and SlOOpor paokugo Sum pics free IT Wfl TheFavorltoTOOXBTOWDte Indiana who has boon visiting rela Â¬ JEW HU for tho Tooth and Broath80c tives in Bellepoint loft for home For sale by W McKee Hardie Wednesday morning Jan 28 lr HALLS OLD STAND their parents Judge Wm itfWJ J iiiM S J zKimMKm em Fine pocket books card and leather cases and gold silver and pearl handled penholders at Barretts 14 tf dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman aro broken down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds tho Iron system aids digestion removes excess of bile and euros malaria Oct the genuine - y 9ir H1 V For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ BINDERY Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of the art Old Books and Musio bound i Many Persons Browns Bitters at lowest rates Job Work of all kinds solioited T tf r i r fiDC H rl 0 4 0 U J pllL n 0 II STILL -- HEP IFOZE h 0 HOLIDAY PRESENTS mtssaawmmD 0 M H Fine cL i Fr 0 A o wi wrTtinrrwiiT inwriiBiiMiini wimmii in mihtiiiw in n 3VE Musinj -- A iMrrmnirni inrmrrnwiw I sit alone In my room to night And Idly muse in the mellow light That comes from the lire so warm and brght As It sparkles and burns In the grate Myriad shadows are round me cast Pictures of future present and past But none of the visions long will last For my thoughts seems to wander of late Backward I look nlowr the dark way Where frivolous lancy has led me astray All of my footprints in silent array I can count In the dust of the past Some of my br ghtest hopes have died As flowers I dropped them withered and dried They are scattered along on either side Of the road I have tiaveled so fast LOUISVILTE TOBACCO KET FURNISHED BY GLOVER S elToeirL i Bin ir imiii Canes Opera lasses Sterling Silver Staples Sterling Silver ZbTovelties ZESzstra Elated XT ares O old Silver and Pearl Pen ZE3Iclders SouTrenir Spoons Bridge Oiir O wn Designs Capital C3 7atcfcLes n i Â¬ Mil Have Yon Thought DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on pur market for the week just closed amount to 3702 hlids1 with receipts for the same period of 3290 hhds Sales on our market since Jan uary 1st amount to 137088 hhds Sales of the crop of 1892 on our market to Â¬ I shade my eyes from the futures glare No peace no comfort is centered there Only th shadows of dark dlspalr Are cast on the path ahead I long for a star in the distance bright To lead me on through the coming night For bitter tears have dimmed my sight To see where my footsteps have led followed my fancys brightest gleam Chasing the bubbles down lifes stream -From the eyes of pleasure each smiling beam As a magnet has led me on I look in my hands for the bubbles caught For the iloners I eagerly gathered and fought But only the chilling sense of naught I have this date amount to 126850 hhds The offerings of new tfurley were very large again this week The only change to note in the market was a marked decline in very com- Â¬ mon grades during the early part of the week from which the market partially recovered during the latter part of the week The good to fine grades of burley leaf continue high No change to report in the condition of the market for old burley The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1892 crop Trash dark or damaged 4 00 4 75 tobacco 700 Common Oolory trash 5 00 Medium to good colory v s Is left all al are gone No not all I cannot hide That long dimmed light my former guide 33en now as a llamo It groweth wide Fed by the shattered wrecks of time Henceforth and forever its light shall be 3Iy hope my stay for tternlty A guiding stur for the pathless sea Ueld In the hand of a power divine C L Select wrappery styles18 j 100 Howard will Common lugs not colory 5 Common Colory lugs 6 Medium to good colory 9 lugs Common to medium leaf 9 15 Good to fine leaf trash 7 00 8 00 G 00 50 00 00 00 00 900 0C 00 10 15 18 26 00 00 00 100 Christmas at tlic Sunday Schools V rJ h Tjie Sund y schools of the city generally h ive some sort of an entertainment for the children at Christmas time and this year was no exception At the Christian Church the children were given packages of candy Sunday morning Monday evening the Baptist Sunday schoo was given a candy pulling in the chapel and on Wednesday the children of the Methodist Sunday school were aso JJcny Kates to St Tjouis via Big Four Route given a candy pulling at the chinch In addition to selling tickets atf low rates between all points for A Great Improvement Christmas Holidays the Big For sore throat there is nothing Four Route will make a special better than a flannel bandage damp reduced rate of 12 for the round ened with Chamberlains Pain Balm It will nearly always effect a cure jn trip Cincinnati to St Louis and one nights time This remedy is return affording everybody an also a favorite for rheumatism and opportunity to visit the west at an lias oured many very severe eases 50 cent bottles for sale by J W extremely low rate Oayle druggist The improved service of the Big Four Route providing solid Births trains with elegant parlor cars and hotel dining cars between Caflinger In this city on Cincinnati and St Louis makes it Tuesday December 26 1893 to the popular line for western travel Mr Alfred Caplinger and wife a Make no arrangements for your holiday trip without communicatdaughter ing with J E Reeves General Southern Agent Cincinnati O Tho Modern Motlior E O McCormick P T M Has found that her little ones are D B Martin G P T A improved more by the pleasant General Passenger Department December 12 Cincinnati O laxative Syrup of Figs when in 1893 1531 need of the laxative effect of a Uuekleiis Arnica Salve gentle remedy than by any other andthatitis more acceptable to The best salve in the world for Outs them The true remedy Syrup Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Soros Tettor Ohappod of Figs is manufactured by the Chilblains Corns and all SkinHands Erup tions and positively cures Piles or California Fig Syrup Co no pay required It is guaranteed to Â¬ Â¬ The readers of the Roundabout be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred ollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials P JOHEENEY CO Toledo O 8 2 Sold by druggists 75c Â¬ About going to Florida this win tei Its the greatest resting place in America Season soon opens Elegant hoteli magnificent tropical surroundings While people in the north shiver and button their great ceats closer you can sail summer streams lounge through the magnolias or rest under the bloom of orange groves You can angle in the best stocked fishing waters of America You can have the most perfect hotel service The way to reach Florida is by the Vestibuled Trains of the Qeeen Crescent Route Finest trains in the South Solid trains and through sleepers to Jacksonville 109 miles shorter than any other line Service as perfect as a modern American railway can make it Apply to any agent or send your address to W C RINEAR SON G P A Cincinnati o for winter tourists rates schedules information as to hotels etc See that your tickets read over the Queen and Crescent Route Milos Nerve and Liver Pills Â¬ Jeweler LL OIF1- - BOOTS SHOES AT- HATS CAPS Â¬ 1 We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Act on a new principle regulating tho liver stomach and bowels though the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and ohildren Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly House of four For Rent rooms Apply at this office 9 tf To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your win t it stock of goods until you have looked v If you wish to purchase a Chirstmas present for a friend Barrett has a com Â¬ plete stock for you to se Â¬ At our goods lect from 14tf Di Hales Household Ointment It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive speoiflc for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpenters drug store iaj v 1 xu jj iMm rm yrn man It absolutely cures catarrh -- know what you need have the goods and will please you Wn Is the finest remedy in the world RKMCLURESOK NStfMPTION is averted or if too late to avert it It is often cured and always relieved Â¬ by Scottfs Emulsion the Cream of Cod llvor Oil 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mcani that tha Queen ami Crcicrnt Rout li IT mlli ihortrst tetwtin Liucinuutl anl Lexington 3 miles thorteat Cincinnati to lllr inlugliam omilcstliorteitClminimti to New Orltanai Ion uillu lUortct Oincinuatl to Chattanooga Atlauta or JacktuuvilU Ilurlda SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS txtweon oil of tha above point V Â¬ retts Gift Standard and Mis Â¬ 8 ly cellaneous books and hand Phil Carpenter some picture frames at Bar Â¬ Barrett carries all kinds 14 tf of Chirstmas goods 14 tf give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For salo by Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse it D3it be deceived Ffeptrt J by Soott Jt llonno Through Cart to Vlckibura ami Mireve lort Only Una running through mr Cincinnati to Knoxvillo anj Aihevlllo N O Direct lino to Tciui unit Mexko U New Orleans or via ShMveiwrt Aik agent about tour to California Trow Loulvllle pneltiy villa and Lawrrncetiur direct touuectloa U maJo at Loxluntou Vitli utlbulej tralui to all luluW 8oUtfi Y C RINUARSOX Agent CiuUuoatl O Gcul lanr I by Substitutes All DrugliW J j QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v N Y HHHHjHHDttiKHBHnlBllHIBHnHHHBHH Wm A FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT THE CITY 13IECTION JJJjJJ Entered nt tho post onico at FrimkfortKontucky as second olnss mnlluble mutter MUD- Case A Statement oT the GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER 30 On the 7th day of November last an election was held in the 55f8r head wlion you clear tho stortmch and bowols You cant think with your system all stagnant Thats just tho tlmo to contract disease too Put yourself in good It clears the x J L RODMAN SON x i chokou up and 1893 city of twelve STIIL OJjIMBIXG Frankfort Councilmen for Mayor LOWER THAN EVER xf U a s tfi It la Vice President E1 Brynn Now I Mr E P Bryan formerly of this city but at present SuperinNash tendent of the Louisville ville Railroad terminal facilities at St Louis has been gathering honors thick and fast lately At the meeting of the St Louis Terminal Board on Thursday of last week he was elected Vice President of the board and it is understood that he will succeed Dr Wm Taussig who has been president of the board and mana ger of the great St Louis bridge ever since it was first erected upon In his retirement next March addition to this Mr Bryan was elected President of the St Loiis Railroad Superintendents Association on Saturday Mr Byrans friends here are glad to hear of his promotion and if with his additional honors he gathers in more wealth they will be all the more delighted He is a first class railroad man well posted in all the details of the business and possesses the ability to place him upon the top round of his pro where he is sure to land fession sooner or later We are looking at you old man go on up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trustees Marshal and Prosecutor Official certificates were made of the vote cast in four of the five precincts to wit Voglers Bridge Court house and Market house In addition there were returned from Voglers precinct four uncounted or contested ballots four from the Court house and eight from the Market house or sixteen Â¬ six School Police Judge I with Dr Piercos Pleasant Pol lots You wont have to have a strugglo with thorn as you do with tho ordinary pill You wont notice thorn Mildly and gently but thoroughly and effectively thoy cleanso and regulate tho whole system Sick or Bilious Headaches Constipation Indigestion Bilious Attacks and all derangements of tho liver Btomach and bowols aro proveuted rcliovod and cured Thoyro tho best liver pill known purely vegetable perfectly harmless tho smallest easiest nnd ucst to tako Thoyro tlio cheap Â¬ est pills you can buy too for thoyro oruar anteed to givo satisfaction or your monoy is returned Valuo received or no pay its a plan peculiar to Dr Piercos modicines condition m in all In the Gas house precinct owing to differences of the election officers and others rep- Â¬ resenting the two parties only a partial count was made of the ballots cast but near enough to The election indicate the result was regular proceeding quietly to No formal return of the close the vote was made but without discharging their duty as the law required the ballot box with the ballots inside and the official regis- Â¬ try of votes was placed in the custody of the County Clerk A large stock of an appeal was taken to the Con Â¬ This is the lowest price ever made on these goods Dry Goods cheaper than ever known testing Board appointed by law lo try contested elections Â¬ Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton Good Comfort -- - cents cents cents 10 cents 5 cents 5 cents 95 cents 5 5 5 Yv Â¬ Goes to the Circuit Court The Contesting Board consisting of County Judge Williams Magistrates J L Rodman and G W Hall which met on Saturday to try the mayoralty contest beBerberich and tween Mr V Judge Ira Julian was in session from 9 oclock in the morning until late in the afternoon when a decision was reached and an ap- Â¬ peal taken to the Circuit Court When the board met in the morning Magistrate Rodman declined to serve but the attorneys for the plaintiff refused to allow him to withdraw and the case was proceeded with After considerable argument by counsel on both sides the evidence was finally gone into All the affidavits taken by both sides were read and some of the votes rejected by the officers of election at several of the precincts were examined and counted but when it came to opening the ballot box of the Gas House precinct and counting the ballots which would have settled the whole matter Judge Williams and Magistrate Rodman being a ma jority of the board decided that as the vote of that precinct was not properly certified by the officers of election it must be rejected The case will come up next week before Judge Can trill when Circuit Court meets Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Now Ico Plant The Capital City Railway Co is negotiating with parties for an artificial ice machine which will be operated in connection with its powerhouse and expects to have the same put in within the next sixty days As the machinery at the power house will furnish much more power than is ample to operate the electric railroad the surplus can be utilized for running the ice machine and as water is very convenient for the purpose the company will be in position next summer to furnish our peo ple with pure ice at a very low figure Â¬ cfij SOIT This Sepsr Sm Board decided that it had jurisdic tion but when it came to try the case after hearing part of the evidence refused to count the ballots from the Gas house precinct An appeal was taken to the CirIn the case of the cuit Court ON MAIN STEET TO Council the Returning Board issued a certificate to the Democratic candidates legally defective Sub EasEiriEnt rif the Capital Hotel sequently after they had adjourn ed they issued another also de- SSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a The City Council then short time fective The ballot box with the ballots in office took evidence upon apcast in the Gas house precinct is plication of contest by the Repubnow in custody of the Safety lican candidates and declared and Vault Co subject to the order of issued certificates to ten Republithe Circuit Judge the votes un- cans and two Democrats although counted and containing the will of subsequently a clerical mistake the legally qualified voters of the was discovered miking the result OLD FR ANKFORT KY Gas house precinct one of the nine Republicans and three Demofive precincts of the city of Frank- crats The Democratic candidates We keep a full of fort There seems no dispute refused to appear and denied the PATENT that the box or the ballots have jurisdiction of the Council to try DRUGS AND but it is the case or issue certificates been tampered with And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Injunctions were gotten out by agreed it con ains the actual 0 L GAYLE W McKEE HAEDIE legal vote of the Gas house pre- both sides and the citv is to day Jan21 lv No money is out of business cinct The Republican candidates have being received or paid out on offi 3 insisted that the votes of the Gas cial orders Both contests come up before house precinct be counted as one of the precincts of the city and Judge Cantrills Court next week added to the result in other and unless settled in some way precincts and they would abide will doubtless go to the Court of the count The Democratic can- Appeals I stoclc j The issue seems to be all didates hwe opposed the count01 ing of the votes of the Gas house through that the Republican coni precinct evidently because they testants want tie votes of the 4 believe if that precinct is counted Gas house precinct counted as a i it will show they or a majority of part of the integral vote of the i tliem were not elected There city and the will of the people can be no other rational explana- declared while the Democratic tion of the position they have contestants dont want that vote i taken Theydesire to take and hold counted and are resorting to every offiee by the count of the vote in legal and technical device to preManu- - 4 I How any done four precincts andthe exclusion of vent its being Co J the vote in the fifth precinct No good citizen could desire to hold allegation of fraud in the election an office believing he has not i been elected thereto or upon the i or fraudulent votes has been made hi basis of a suppression of part of i as to the Gas house precinct is some ct From 10 to 15 The Republican candidates for the legal vote of the city may find hard to explain Council proposed to their oppo- thing he 4 in the long years to come SOLID OAK SUIT nents that the Returning Board j Citizen CHEVAL consisting of the County Judge County Clerk and Sheriff all Go to Barretts for all fr Come now and look we have 100 j should count the kind of Mocks games and Democrats I votes cast in the Gas house pre- books suitable for children 300 Bedsteads j Suits 14 tf cinct and they would abide the I 4 few months to sell This proposition was reresult Students Kates jected j The Kentucky Midland Rail The Returning Board had refused will sell tickets to all points to count the vote cast in the Gas way and return limited to January n house precinct giving as a reason 1804 at one and one third fare that no official certificate was for the round trip to students returned only the ballot box and going home for the holidays C D Bercaw ballots GPA case of the Mayoralty In the J I BODMAN 4 t -- JACOB SWIGERT CO A Â¬ 1 Â¬ Have Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST STAND line Â¬ Â¬ HALLS Â¬ MEDICINES Â¬ JOE T STATEN CO Â¬ Â¬ Have purchased the entire Â¬ Â¬ FURIITURE Of Frankfort Furniture facturing Pric93CUr per 1500 1800 Â¬ t Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and over in the next Â¬ 226 ANN STREET 1 Lawn Mowers - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs DPRICES Lead The Market itptfUiBaking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware antf- - on LAWN MOWERS I V USJPowder A No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions I of Homes AptUlft 17 40 Years the Standard Ok Hi- H ZE3Csunnen Street- - 500 323B3ESO-A3Dvr-- r i Iv WE HAV Four different styles and qualities of Initial Handkerchiefs from 25e to SI We have Christmas Handkerchiefs both Silk and Linen of all kinds at low PRICES m Shirts Mackintoshes Neckwear Umbrellas Suspenders Walking Canes Underwear Gloves Dressing Robes Mufflers Smoking Jackets Hats Boys Overcoats Col lars Mens Overcoats Cuffs Boys Suits Cuff Buttons Mens Suits Scarf Pins Â¬ f HUD SON HUMPH FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT and to have loved a pretty maid and to have been loved as pretty FRANKFORT DECEMBER 30 CASSELL KELLEY DR W I 1898 t VL 1 Clirlstums Presents Â¬ bj- - X r The clerks postmen and other employes of the post office presented Postmaster Saffell with a pair of elegant water color views of the old St Clair street bridge on Saturday The clerks in the Auditors office made Maj L C Normal State Auditor and wife the recipients of a handsome set of solid silverware in a beautiful polished oak The set con case satin lined sisted of spoons of various size knives and forks the latter having The gift was the pearl handles most elegant that could be purchased at the establishment of Mrs M A Selbert the jeweler The employes of the Capital office presented Col E Polk Johnson with a splendid gold pen Mr S C Say re the business manager of the Capital was also made the recipient of a similar present from the Capital boys Last but not least the old man received renewed evidence of the friendship and esteem of the employes of the Roundabout office in the form of a handsome pair of buttons beautifully gold cuff It chased with diamond setting is pleasant indeed to know that one is well thought of by such good fellows as compose the present force of this office and the last evidence vof it is appreciated May more than we can express their lives be long and all their burdens be as light as we have always tried to make them and when they go elsewhere be fortunate enough to strike a better job than we have been able to offer Â¬ maids will love handsome chival- Â¬ rous and wicked men The story is of outdoor life and the Sher- Â¬ wood forest scene lends charming effect to the romance and gives opportunity for handsome costumes It is a refined opera with- Â¬ out horseplay full of melodies that live in the memory These are the qualities that have made Robin Hood popular and suc- Â¬ cessful wherever it has been well sung It was admirably given The company pre- Â¬ last night senting it is rot a star with one or two singers of note and other less famous singers with very bad Â¬ HANNEN -- HURSEY DEALERS IN OF CINCINNAT IO will be at toe FHOEETIS Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY February 3 1894 February 17 1864 Piles January 6 1894 January 20 1894 Wagons C arriages and OF Buggies operation and with little or no pain REEERENCES W McKee Hnrdle A HEMORRHOIDS cured without surgloa Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS J Â¬ Frankfort Ky v J Hughes Frankfort It is better than a star David Moore Benson Ky Ky notes company It is a good all around Jas M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky company of talented actors and BR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 259 West Eighth streetClnclnnatl and where he may capable singers selected for this be found every day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these DAYS opcri and working harmoniously and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KKLLEY M D results Miss by addressing together with happy 259 V Eight St Cincinnati 0 Fatmah Diard prima donna is a A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort hy Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky H McClure Frankfort Ky Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods 232 g3 XIX -- nsrnr steeet Â¬ hi Â¬ Â¬ m fBSSr v Robin Hood lit the Grand ayune Opera House At the Opera House to night by Reginald DeKoven Hood and Harry B Smith was hand somely presented at the Grand Opera House last night to an appreciative audience This opera was badly done here last season and in consequence cid not receive the attention its merits deserve It is really a charming work in a musical way and has been sung so many times in northern and western cities by the Bos tonians that it has become a popular standard opera and one of the best of its class deserving to rank The Chimes of with Martha or the Bohemian Normandy an attractive story Girl It has one that has been used by many dramatists and great poets and Tennyson himself made a play on the legend or tale of tradition which deals with the gallant out law who is said to have robbed the rich and given to the poor Â¬ prime favorite in New Orleans and her appearance was a signal for hearty applause from the hands of her old friends in the She was the lovely audience Maid Marion and has lost none of the charm of voice and cleverness of acting that made her so popular here in the summer seaIn fact son of opera a year ago she is a better singer than then for she is earnest and studious and is constantly improving in her art taking the high notes with a clear voice that rivals the flute and rins Miss Mary like silver chimes Palmer has a lovely contralto voice and made a hit as Allan a Mr Jeromv Sykes was a Dale surprisingly good Sheriff of NotHe is a legitimate tingham comedian who can both act and sing and confines himself to the business of his part making the best kind of fun without gags or Mr Ross David has buffoonery a pleasing little voice and was Mr built for the part he plays Wentworth plays the title role well and Mr Isham and Mr Ricci are excellent in their parts The chorus is effective if not pretty and a thoroughly enjoyable performance of the pleasing little opera is given New Orleans Pic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONSULTATION FREE Tl H G MATTEEF THCIE- - r m rf W S1 pS CD CD 3 Ftitiimker 334 MAIN STREET f Z CD CD CD - B CD 9 FRANKFORT K CD mj P P rf d CD BCD hriM B O ft X CAKE FRUIT If you expect to have Good Cake for Sept 23 The tuneful comic opera Robin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ estate dealer in Dob Moines Iowa narrowly escaped one of the severest for a DOUBLE attacks of pneumonia while in the during a northern part of that State BREECH LOADER recent blizzard says the Saturday Mr Blaize had occasion to Review drive several miles during the storm and was so thoroughly ohilled that he was unable to get warm and in Â¬ side of an hour after his return he sm dims from 200 to 5000 was threatened with a severe case of pneumonia or lung fever Mr Blaize 925 to 1200 Winchester Rifles sent to the nearest drug store and nrppphTiartlnor Rifls 200 10 10 00 got a bottle of Chamberlains Cough 125 Stf CocUniE Reyotters NlcM Med Remedy of whioh ho had often 1688 Model 1893 heard and took a number of large Kflw WUclester ReotatoK snot onn Ho says the effect was won Â¬ Bnd it SUap for 60 pH CaUlogM and Bite SJ jr Mat doses derful and in a short time he was SEMPLE GRIFFITH breathing quite easily Ho kept on LOUISVILLE KY taking the medicine and tho next 515 Main Street MnrlB lr day ho was able to come to Des his euro Moines Mr Blaize regards For sale by J as simply wonderful W Qaylo druggist Mr J P Blaize an extensive real tf HSPII AND WW Call on me and get the best money will buy 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 W L Coppersmith the jeweler is now ready for Christmas in his new quar Â¬ ters 287 St Clair street 14 tf Four weeks by our method touching book Â¬ keeping Is equal to twelvo weeks by tho Portions iniaranteed undr certain old itle conditions Our free f6 and 80 pane cnUiloRuea Send Tor them -- Drauchous will explain all Iiustness Collect and School of Shorthand mid Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Cheap beard Nov acit Ion Entor anytime Address J F DiuuomiN Pros Nashville Tenn 4 pos ti v-- zrsri2 JAS HEE1TET THE SOUTH SIDE GROCER r HTr a v iv H jiTrwrTWn j ijSS3C3iM3i3aE5Stj2l2Ki3iiiffi x j I 6 EXSJECSESZSESai sii siaiiX sssiiSMasfflfiss TT7TTT1 ill 7 -- 7W7rvzrF7VrmrrnfKiTJiH7T-7rTvvtir rnrererrMiwMCT 0 t iSm 1 W J S J 1 1 J K F INI ii JH JL JRia J JK Jl JL i JLH very one to see beaULtifu l tilings and I Ihereby I IsrnojvT- - evite e ver lilsies to call and let us elio w and price iaa cne to yon nay goods IE2emember many Beaulifal Tilings I liave to slio r for TW TXtfYT YTfe A 7 Tixe f fe Y iXVJLJJLfix3i lJ -- Jul zsk5SS3rsk3C2iq jomwr RELIGIOUS UHUROli EV6RY ON6 IS MELCOMG you or XTvnetner a lovable character and was the light of the lives of her devoted Mo apology is necessary on the Baptist Chuhcii Public worship husband and loving mother whose score of medical propriety for at the Baptist Church to morrow will t Â¬ Â¬ Tony goodsnotand prices troiable to sno vr or give it is no SaK2MHBEE22E3SJ SUdlSlLi KiasflBiSaHiSaiaMBMB5SBBBM L B gESSPEa g W A smBUHmmnamMSSSim GAINES M Announcement MARSHALL Her be conducted at both services 11 a m only child she was and 7 p m by Rev W 0 Taylor the has prostrated both hearts pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel The usual Catholic at the Church of the Good services Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W B Gorey the pastor Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Darsie preaches to morrow at 11 and 730 oclock as usual Morning sub- Â¬ ject Christ in You the Hope of A Model night subject Glory Wife Christian Church -- Rev George If B Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Â¬ Rev R L McCready the rector will con- Â¬ duct the regular services to morrow EnscoPAL Church morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m feS Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D will occupy hia pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor willhneet in the Xecture Room at 645 p m You are invited Henderson will deliver a New Years discourse to morrow morning and evening Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Rev B Clay Lilly the new pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p m Rev Jno H Burdin will proach at Pleasant Ridge Church to morrow First Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Rev H G Southern Presbyterian Church death thus announcing to the profession under and the public that we have made a weight of exceeding woe and a long careful and special study together shed a gloom over a large circle of of cancerous diseases with all malignant and other friends anl relatives tumors and are able to offer the - results of our extensive experience Rice Anderson Rice a wellknown and highly respected col in Kentucky and surrounding rational ored man died at his home in this countries in a system of and successful treatment that we evening the believe has never heretofore been city on Thursday 28th inst at 7 oclock of heart attained and we are able to point He to thousands of successful ca es failure aged about 70 years is survived by a wife and two not ui a boasting but rather in a His funeral takes spirit of thankfulness that we are grandchildren thus able to prove so clearly our place this afternoon at 2 oclock assertion that our system does from the Enrst Colored Baptist cure cancer positive Witjh a knowledge of this fact now so Church The deceased was for many fully endorsed by thousands of sufÂ¬ years sexton of the Christian ferers and approved by the pro-in fession we should be wanting Church humanity if we neglected any Sheets Mrs Sarah J Sheets means in our power to spread the died Tuesday afternoon at her glad tidings among those afflicted home near the Hemp Mill aged with this most terrible and hopeless of diseases She is survive by a 72 years We have printed a pamphlet large family of sons and daugh- giving the symptons cause c of cancers and ters varieties Anyone feeling interMr John Selbert tumors Selbert esting can get a copy free by addied on Monday at the home of dressing Indihis daughter in Kvansville Smith Drs Current Paris Ky ana after a brief illness aged 80 17 tf The deceased was the years father of the late Philip Selbert For nice work in the and grandfather of Mr John and watch clock and jowlery Miss Carrie Selbert of this city line call on W L Copper Â¬ The remains were taken to Cin- smith the jeweler 14 tf cinnati where the funeral took place and Mrs M A Selbert Fou Sale A good second hand Apply at 126 for cooking stove and Miss Carrie left Tuesday Steele street South Frankfort that city to attend the same 16 2t Mrs William Toney Tonev died at the residence of her husWriting desks collar and cases Mill Wed cnif boxes necktie band near the Hemp and games of all kinds at nesday morning Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO Real E state and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times rt m OFFICE 236 MAIN STEEET FOE BENT LAROE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND street South Frankfort known as the Haniui property This property has large grounds line FARM OF 100 ACRES ON JOOD TURNPIKE road 2 miles lrom Frankfort shade ttees and Is a very desirable location This proper- Â¬ ty has the usual necessary Improvements and either for a home or boarding house would make a good dilry or stock farm It is ven desirably located and Is in an excellent FOR SALE A f YlS i FOR SALE neighborhood Is good property and Is offered Two story brick residence of 8 room 14 acres of land in Bridgeport This at a bargain 35000 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES FIFTEEN on Benson Creek which we are authorized to bell for three hundred and llfty 15 FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of brooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns beside- - all other neces Â¬ sary improvements All of tho Improvements Including the fencing on this property lire new and In nrst class condition This farm hns u Quantity ot II e tobicco land nnd would also mak u llrst clasit stock farm It also has a young peach orchard of a thousand tiees besides other A I dollars FOR SALE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME HESIDEVCE Till- - proper Â¬ on Cross street near Conwa ty has a ey eo d lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low llgure fruit A 4 FOli SALE ARESinENCEOKIROOMSONMAINSTREET lent repair and would make a Hist rite Invest Â¬ ment as there is no property in irankfort that rents better Â¬ FOR SA LE Â¬ with residence tenement houses stock and bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary This land Is mostly in timber improvements and grass an i will make a good tobaico or stock farm It is offered at 11 bargain OF 100 OR A FARM Frankfort125 on a150 ACRES 8 MILES good turnpike road from to FINELY L0 A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES good rV cnied 8 miles from Frankfort on turnpike roid upon which there Is a brick resi dence of 5 rooms tenement of four rooms and This lind is all other necessary Improvements In a high state of cultivation the Improvements and In order to make a are In line condition UuIck sale will be olfered at a bargain 11 Â¬ 11 FOR SALE FOR RENT THE RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD on Saelby street now occupied by Possession given about Mrs L H Longmoor 1st of December FOR BALE miles from Frankfort FOR RENT good repair and S15 per month A GARDEN FARM OF 121j ACRES WELL IM proved located on a good turnpike road 3 A FRAME COTTAGE Side This property is in Conwaystreet South we ure authorized to rent It at OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Â¬ morning at 11 oclock and at Mt Pleasant to morrow night at 030 Barretts 14 tf Seas I MARSHALL CO How to Become Fleshy Dcntlis Fessler Mrs Josephine Fess ler died at the residence of her husband in Georgia on Friday and the remains were brought here and laid to rest in the family The deceased lot on Monday was formerly Miss Josephine Cox youngest daughter of the late Austin P Ccx and was born and raised in this city Mrs Nellie Porter Porter died at the home of her husband in Covington on Sunday after a lingering illness and the remains were brought here for interment The deWednesday morning ceased was a daughter of the late Thos B Page her mother being formerly Miss Harriett Clark and was the wife of Mr Thos M Porter the well known and popu She was a lar traveling man lady of great personal beauty and Â¬ Timler Boilit or Sawed Dr Miles Nervine not only cures all nervous diseases headache blues nervous prostration sleeplessness ON neuralgia St Vitus dance fits and HAVH TIMBER TO RSONS by or P the I111UWHO who want 11 Suter SELL the hysteria but also builds up the body hundred tunpbetter call on Hsawing ilonewho 1ms I am pleased to say that after years tho btSt portable siw mllls In Kentucky also ma of intense suffering withnorvous dis chinery to manufacture the rough grades or easo headache and prostration I Homer Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to Dec 30 3in tried Dr MiIch Restorative Nervine move anywhere and in two weeks gained eight pounds in weight I could not lie down to sloop but now sleep perfectly easy STOCKHOLDERS and am still improving wonderfully Cannot say enough for the Nervine Mrs L li MiUiARB Dunkirk N Y One customer used Nervine WILL BE A MEETING OF THE and gained fiftcon pounds in flesh THERE of the Mayhury Cortland says Brown N Y Trial bottles and elegant DEPOSIT BANK OF FRANKFORT PUQIGTmflQ M Â¬ up DID nil no Leather Couehes GOODS MEETING on You are invited to call and see the elegant Leather Couches and chairs we book free at J V Gaylos 3 At Its banking house in Frankfort To California The Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to San Jose Los Angeles Colton San Bernardino San Diego or Portland Oregon on account and return for gi6 uf Midwinter Fair at San Francisco Cal December 1st to April 30th 1894 MONDAY JANUARY 1st 1894 have just received tor Christmas Between the hours of 10 oclock a in nnd 12 oclock in for tho election ot eight directors to Bcrvo for tho ensuing year II II WATSON Cashlt r 10 2t Â¬ CHICKENS FOE SALE I have for sale a few pure bred t Â¬ Plymouth Rock Chickens Bissell Carpet Sweepers cd We all know tho hard work expended by handling brooms the amount of dust raised Avoid the dust and labor by buying a carpet sweeper Bissells the best We have tho Bissell it r ir- you feel weak and all worn out taka If EROWNS IRON BITTERS Thoso who want pure bredehlnkcns for raising or for Ialng eggs the Plymouth Rock Is the best Tliov will be sold at 1 each For further tnfor- nation address mu at Frankfort or call at my resilience a mnes irom iriuiKion on me reuu s MRS O P DEAN Mill IMke 10 21 1 mm ami R ROGERS SON WE How the Tnriff 13111 ISIlccts the Development of tlic South The Washington Post of December the 22d con til ned the following article which is of interest to the people of this State where the vast coal fields of the mountains are just beginning to be developed If the tariff bill now before Congress becomes a law it will ruin the business of the miners and the railroads and strenuous efforts should be made at once to have it amended Editor Post Permit me to say a few Â¬ TTvHbuile tih ey ITVTT TT 111 ostn get tlxe What they need in our line ICSni XjlJhJ DFrices benefit of oiar 10-7- Note a few of the items below TO CALL AND PURCHASE General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe Flue Pipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Oor Main and Lewis Streets C E Â¬ M A COLLINS Struck Another Snag Opposite the Farmers Bank THE I HON AND COAT IX Tho importation free of coal at the Atlantic ports will Dave the immediDUSTItV ate effect of reducing tho output and price of Southern coal What is true of coal is equally true of iron ore It is estimated that tho wages paid in the ore producing dis Â¬ tricts of the United States are twice those paid in England and about four times higher than in the Spanish mines It should also be remembered that for every dollar the coal and iron company lose the railroad com Â¬ panies will lose two or three These twin industries are all labor labor labor labor from the moment the drill taps the rocks until the iron or coal is hoisted into the blast furnace In tho interest of labor see that these industries are fairly treated I do not believe in making flesh of one in- Â¬ dustry and poor red herring of the other GEO M MILLER Washington Dec 21 Â¬ m 1 words from a business point of view on the disposition made of coal and iron ore by Mr Wilson in his pro posed tariff bill As one largely in Â¬ terested in the industrial develop- Â¬ ment of tho South I have watched with satisfaction tho remarkable de- Â¬ velopment of the iron and coal region Â¬ of Alabama West Virginia Virginia and Tennessee Why should all this Why should the in be stopped dustrial awakening of this part of the country be checked Y Why should the particular industries in which the Southern States are interested and upon which the continued prosperity of so many localities so many rail And worse roads be thus doomed still why should these industries be stricken down by removing all pro tection while the rates of duty in nearly all other schedules have been cut about 33 per cent Is there any Â¬ fairness or justioe about this Is there any principle about such a bill Why should Mr Wilson And it necessary to destroy his own particularindutries to demonstrate his loyalty to a principle while in other sections of the coun- Â¬ try he is content to lot it rest by a withdrawal of one third of the pro- Â¬ tection I sincerely hope you will call the attention of fair minded Democratic members to this luck of harmony in the Wilson bill with a view to rectifying it in the House and Senate It is purely a question of la- Â¬ bor Give tho United States the same priced labor both on the rail- Â¬ roads and steamers and in the coal mines and it might bo possible to compete with foreign coal Hore are the wages in coal mines at home and abroad taken from the books of large operators United Great States Britian 2 19 Miners 126 Some of the papers have it that 60 2 00 Drivers 96 2 50 Blacksmiths Cogswell who shot Mrs 2 20 Miners by ton 100 Robert 91 2 50 Darlington in Graefenburg was Engineers 1 05 2 00 o Trackmen the same young man who drove a Oareful estimates show that fully 95 per cent of the cost of coal is wagon for the U S Express Co labor The long and short of it is in this city which is a mistake wages of the American miner must come down if the duty on coal comes Will Cogswell was with the ex- Â¬ oifl Reduced to an ad valorem basis press company here for a while the duty on bituminous coal anthra- Â¬ cite coming in free is now less than and being a quiet law abiding 25 per cent The MoKinley tariff put a lower duty on coal than the Clay citizen feels that an injustice has tarifTofl842 and lower than the Walk been done him in saying he com- Â¬ er tariff of 1816 To put coal on the mitted the deed free list would therefore bo nothing m i short of a wanton blow at a class of The Corbett Mitchell fight which men who perform a disagreeable and dangerous work for pay which is now is docketed to take place on the far too low When coal comes to the seaboard whioh is the place where evening of January 25 in Florida the price of it is affected it is as we is the all absorbing topic of con- Â¬ have said probably 95 percent labor Goal is not worth more than from 10 versation by the sporting fraternity to 15 cents in the mines For the of the country eako of cheapening tho price of bi Â¬ tuminous coal a few centB per ton Admitted the Faots to wealthy manufacturing concerns and to enrich the foreign producer it is proposed to reduce the wages of Newspaper editors havo to be very their nearly 350000 coal minors and there Â¬ enrofur in openingaware columns for by impoverish nearly 1500000 men Blutemonta ButCo are that the Dr responsible women and children whoso exist Â¬ Miles Medical for the following tes ence in a measure depends upon tho we make room MoDougall Auburn prosperity of a groat mining indus Â¬ timonial from It two years noticed a try carried on in no less than twenty Itul whoor for hia nine States and Territories There Btoppago gotskipping of the pulse not so tender ho could left aide is no demand whatever for free coal lie on it hlB heart fluttered ho was from the Amorioan people wont to different dootora Tho prebont duty on bituminous alarmed roliof but one bottle of Dr any way a hardship It found no coal is not in curodhlm New Heart simply enables tho bituminous coal MiloH elogant book Cure and StartÂ¬ Now Tho operators to pay a higher rate of ling Pacts free at J W Gayloa It wages to the laborers who mino the and nervous dis tolls coal Tho impoverishment in this oaaosall about heart and many wondorful oures 3 particular ease will come to tho South which produced in 1892 about 25000 exe- Â¬ 000 tons of bituminous coal or about one fifth of all tho bituminous ooal office Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The work of putting up the bridge came to another haltThurs day afternoon It was discovered that the south abutment was two and half inches too high an will have to be chiseled down before an iron beam can be placed upon the top of it As soon as it was known that there was something wrong with the abutment rumors flew thick and fast that it had setc tled was falling down The work of chiseling off the surplus rock was commenced yesterday and will not cause much delay as Leg Broken some of the iron most needed has Master Lee Edwards the ten not yet arrived year old son of Mr F M Ed- Advertised TJotters at Frankfort wards was playing in front of the Kentucky residence of his grandfather Mr Below will befound a list of adverJ A Suter on Arlington Heights tised letters for the week ending Thursday afternoon when the car- December 23 1893 riage of Gov Brown was driven Arnold Mrs M Laudrum J R A Lasiey Mrs Geo by and the little fellow ran out Ann Ashton William caught hold of the hind axle and Brown Miss McKee Sarah Nelson Kate Carrie was swinging on to it when his Bliss Harry ORourk William right foot was caught in the wheel Bowser Gus P Polsgrove H A Brown William Peavlor Davie His leg was drawn forward by the Oprns Mrs Lucy Rogers Mrs Mary Reed Frank motion of the wheel and broken Dam r ell Wm Darland Robert Smith Mrs O J in two places once below and Duffo Dern Todd J H once above the knee He was Herbert Mrs Alex Turner Albert T Williams F M taken into the house of his grand- Howard George Warfleld S A father where he was attended by Harvey Mrs Mol- - Whalen Mrs Sarah Ann lie Drs Dade Thompson and Gober Herbert S O Wilhelm Mattie who reduced the fractures and it Jckson Raymond Willound Miss Mary Karrick Richard is hoped the little fellow will be When calling for these letters say about again in a short time but it advertised J M Saffell P M is feared the limb will be a little My dwelling- For Sale shorter than the other as a result of house on Annor Rent streot J T Buckley the accident It is no fault of the tf driver as he did not see him or know that he had caught on to the carriage until called to by persons SHILOHSI who saw the accident to stop the carriage y BPJM3 iLl M Ji The Wrong Man Â¬ f0 5jt jL9J9MKf9 r FvJirjrY TUTTflB EKvjvIbsW IH kti b Hh m Â¬ JOHN DRISCOLL th Liquor A riHiin fMifl L mJAJULMMm tTa Tni Merchant opposite State House full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY April 15 tf Orchard Lawn Garden -- CAX I OBTATN A PATENT For a prompt answer and an honest opinion write to M Wk N CO who havo had nearly fifty years experience In tho patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Ilnndboolc of In Â¬ formation concerning Patents ana how to ob Â¬ tain teem sent free Also a catalogue of mochan lcai and scientific books sent free Patents taken through 31mm Co receive special notlco In tbe SelcntlHc Aincrlrnn and thus are brought widely before the public with Â¬ out cost to tho inventor This splendid paper ssued weekly elegantly illustrated by tho largest circulation of any scientific has far tho work In world S3 a year Sample copies sent free Building edition monthly riSO a year Single copies 25 cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest designs and secure contracts Address CO UUNN NEW YOUK W COPYRIGHTS 301 DuoADWAT -t- -SlKe xesie- - FULL STOCK OF- - Fruit CURE Grape Vines Asparagus SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually found in a nursery establishment We sell direct i Ornamental Trees MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to J Cures Consumptl on Conshs Croup Sore Throat Sod by all Druggists on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Chet Shilohs Porous Plaster will give grest yati faction 35 centay to the planter and have no agents Catalogue on npnllcatlon U F UILLENMFYER Oct21 Sm Lexington Ky CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Mrs T S Hawkins Chattanooga Term says SMlohs Vitaltztr SAVED MY LIFE I consider itthebestremedvforadebattatrdsvstcm ever used For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney I SHILOHS VITALIZES Price 75 cts W J CHINN JR troublo It excels Havo you Catarrh Try this Remedy I twill relievo and Curo you Price 60 cts This In jector for lte successful treatment n furnished Jreo Bhiloh8 Remedies are sold by us oa a guarantco to give satisfaction S HLOHVCATARRH Will practice in all State Courth OI lice second floor Custom House REMEDY WM RJBAZ Vestibule d Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations For Further Information Address S L Bryan C CROMWELl EY-At-LA- ATTORN A aitd P A VG Cruh D Pi A Â¬ For sale by W Jan28lv HALLS McKee Hardie OLD STAND ESTATE AGEJK7 f LOUISVILLE KY OR STRAYED or STOLEN STRAYED OR WAS STOLEN FROM my place live miles from Eminence on tlie Shelbyville pike on December 7 lft3 one BLACK HORSE live year i old hind fret white bushy mane considerable white In face Will pay liberal reward or tbe return of tbe home nr In formation by which I can get him O C KENNEY dec23 3t UTILL PRACTICE IN THE COUBT8 Ov tt Franklin nod tbs adjoining counties m nlll alto giro iptclal attention to the puron and sale of real estate collection at nti elalut and tbe lecottatioo of leant Jus Barker G P A Chicago 111 X3Io use sale at a bargain Oot 7 tf FOR SALE For terms apply to WM CORMWELL PLAOTG MILL AND and Hot offered for LOCATED NOTICE Deo 16 T SEVEN A HOUSE OFstreet south ROOMS on Conwiiy side Is HOGSHEAD FACTORY Â¬ REGULAR MEETING OK THE STOCK holdersof this bank will be held at the of Â¬ fice of the President of tho said bank on Tues Â¬ day the Oth day of January 1831 All tho stock Â¬ holders should be represented in person or by CHAS E HOGE Cashier proxy Work Worry td and Disease Cqjigletou liros DOOHS SASH PURCHASED THE PLANINO MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs I am prepared to furnish ine Farm for Rent FARM ADJOINING CITY DUDLEY limits on the Georgetown pike containing 2iiS acres larita residence tobacco barn and sttbles Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Â¬ Possesblou Klveu March 1st 1KI For particu lars upply to FRANK OHINN JulyS2 t Frankfort Ky miiK Job work neatly cuted at this STAIR WORK Oxyokn und ours only The count less demonstrations of 23 years war Â¬ rant ths reply AND ALL KINDS OF Our treatment lsavatlable for home use neither need your occupation be The value of these Interfered with features Is obvious What about your need A book of explanation and proof as well us tobacco hogsheads Factory ono und a Is yours to consider If asked for now half blocks from Iost Olllce onrlver iroit PALEN Drs STARKEY A share of public pntrouuge Is solicited 15W Arch Street PhlladelphlaPa R C1I0ATE Sept 2 ly Dec2My Â¬ are a formidable trio yet the weak person frequently has to meet all of tiem at once How can he overcome The answer Is with our Compound HLINDS FRAMES SIlINfiTFS TURNED WORK Finish For a House Holiday cause you can MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS Always a suitable gift for husband father brother or son No other house can comOur selling pete with us prices about like their cost prices 5 for mens heavy winter 8 suits worth 850 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 iJSk 350 for mens heavy warm ulsters sold for go and go 50 5 for mens heavy ulsters and overcoats others want 8 Â¬ BiTir toxx3ol vjrJLA Lib Early Â¬ I I 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 Eemember that a little given with love is more than much given be BOYS SUITS AND SUITABLE HOLI SHOES quit making You can buy any of shoes their 650 and 7 shoes for 5 00 No factory in he country produces better goods Also about 75 pair of as ABatnsters hand made shoes sold at 6 50 and Large lot of la7 go at 5 dies hand welt and hand turned shoes odds and ends you can buy them at less than half price Mostly small sizes One Jot of missspringheel shoes plain toes worth 2 to S2 50 now 125 and These are great values One lot infants shoes Â¬ Â¬ FURNISHINGS One large lot of Marino otie half hose to close only 25c were 50c One big lot of Cardigan jack- Â¬ 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 cleaning 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 19 j1 DAY GIFTS A silk umbrella A smoking jacket A woolen bath robe A pair slippers A pair silk suspenders A pair fine gloves Silk handkerchiefs Ladies silk garters A silk hat A fine derby hat Silk mufflers Shoes for the needy Boys suits for the poor Boys overcoats for chanty A nice trunk A traveling bag A pair kid gloves We show a great line of the above - Torrey has r aJ ft j Â¬ ets go at 99c Si 25 150 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 1 s for 10 buys you a fine overcoat or ulster that you cant match for less than S15 ulsters and overcoats 4 to 15 years you cant buy for 7 elsewhere One small lot boys overcoats go at 75 cents to close 250 now for boys heavy cape overcoats 4 to 10 years that are worth 4 450 for boys i0 Â¬ Â¬ sizes 2 former price4 75c 1 and price now 25c Our line of 2 shoes for ladies and misses mens and boys for two weeks will be sold for 75 We are agents for a general i4 waterproof blacking Heavy yarn mitts only 2op worth double the money See lour great window display for 25c neckwear other houses want 50c for Overshirtu plain net lace front 49ci reduced from 65c Overshirts fancy blues and brown stripped go at 65 c reduced from 85c Â¬ v at Â¬ oariatcxiear Jrao The Correspondents The following gentlemen will rD MTi ox liblAL vjJttAiN JJ QDT7PT AT TP TMJdAJlIuAIIN T3 A A ne large lot the best Jeans Pants sold everywhere for 150 to 200 an go at 100 lfToirt etmci XjOTLXis-villo- - S xsuarls s jgggaggHg IIMIIWMIIi k TO CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine Fruit And Flowers The Midwinter Exposition already much talked of bids fair to rival the great fair that has just closed at Chicago not in size but certainly so in perhaps originality in richness and in deTribune Mr George Delaplaine the lighted visitors who will unani inously agree that the Pacific Louisville Courier Journal Coast is worth many times the the time and money spent to visit it Mr J W Marksbury Louisville Times in its return of delightful climate mellow sunlight wondrous growth Fanndalo of vegetation and the heretofore unheard of net work of industries The cold wave has come connected with fruit raising and Rev T J Thompson mini- the shipping of the product stered to his flock at Evergreen In order to give an opportunity Sunday week for everybody to visit this wonderA daughter of Mr B Haw land during the Exposition Calikins was out riding in a surrey a fornia rates via the Queen Cresfew days since when the mare she cent Route have been reduced was driving fell dead in the shafts and every one nay find the cost within his means Mr Frank Thomas came near of such a trip As for equipment it is the only having a serious runaway a few a1 tjr rf AI n Wy St t days ago A clip came loose a Francisco abso Cincinnati to San from the buggy letting the shafts lutely without change Tourist fall on his horses heels and fright run every two weeks ening her so that she attempted to sleeping cars Cincinnati to San through from run but as Frank is a splendid Solid vestibulcd trains driver he succeeded in stopping Francisco day from Cincinnati to twice a her in a short distance New Orleans where connection is Cards are out for the wedding made with through trains and of Mr Frank Thomas and Miss Pullman sleepers daily to Cali The groom is the fornia points Through car service Lula Davis son of Mr R W Thomas of to either New Orleans or Shreve- this community and the bride a port making direct connection for P I 9 fT aaugnceroif ftir Lx n uaviS OIlTvn Movim nnri California Shelby county Frank has many From Louisvillc through trains friends in this county who wish make direct conection at Lexing him much joy ton with soti vcstibuled service to NLW Orleans A True Friend oena to us lor lurtucr par- Â¬ Ask agents for rates is a friend in ticulars A friend in nood Every family should bo pro crlirTnlrc nnrl nfliAr infnrmntinn dood pared to tront BcaldBburno bruises Rnearson a r fifir yvÂ¬ represent the daily papers of other cities here during the session of the Legislature which begins on Tuesday Mr Walter Emerson the Louis ville Post the Cincinnati Commercial-Gazette Cincinnati and Tlio Finest Train in America Is conceded to be the Southwestern Limited via Big Four Route This to New York and Boston magnificent Wagner Train has been built especially for service New York between Cincinnati running through and Boston solid to these cities without change Composed of Elegant of cars Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Library and Cafe Car and Hotel f juining iar ic nas oecome iamous Complete in all of its appointments it is to day king of the Â¬ - ANNOUNCEMENTS We nro authorized to announce MINUS WIL LIAMS as 11 candidate f r re election to the offlce of Julloe of Franktlln county Bubject to the Â¬ Por Jailor CMAS T RA T Attorney at Xiaw FRANKFORT KY Office in the Hume Euilding action ot the Democratic party 16 te We are authorized to announce W T GAINES a a candidate for Jailor of Fronkllu county subject to the action of the Democratic party Â¬ v vwmiivii iw 11 wuuiuitvu ivt nonwnui VI IHIA lln county Subject to the action of the Republl- can party road njJP For Assessor For County Judge We nro authorized We are authorized to announce II F SHOW ALTER as a candidate fcr Jailor of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party Kentucky Midland Ry Biiortest and quickest between CINCIN Frankfort lisle ATI AND FRKFIChT and Only direct line between Georgetown Mayovills Paris Fal Â¬ Car Â¬ Cincinnati at o p m MOORE lis a candidate for County Judira of Frnnk daily from Central Union Station jgWoflieiieuonoiuiaiiouo making connections with all it leaves to announce Squire DAN Cyaihiana Covington mouth ASK and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ through trains from the South and lands passengers in New York City at Grand Central Station avoiding ferry transfer When you go East take this enger and Ticket Agent ger Traffic Manager 10 8t FOR TICKETS YIA KY MIDLAND REMOVED j I THJlfHS BUN BY GEHTRAL STAMOAHd TIME m D B MAR UN General Pass- - ln e o Mccormick Monon Passen- - 1 N V j Ohioago via Reduced i Â¬ Christmas and New ear Rates C Ky The L N A and - tthero he has opened a full and complete line of Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Jewelry Watches Clocks Diamonds Sic Lvbwltzer Lv Stamping Ground Lv Duvall Call and examine goods and prices before pur Â¬ Lv Johnson chasing Watch repairing promptly executed Lv Oeorgetowii Bv W L COPPERSMITH Lv C S Depot Frankfort Ky Decfltf Lv Newtown Lv Contrevlilo Lv Eilzubeth Ar 1urls 0 W L COPPERSMITH LTAS IiEMOVED HIS jfEWELUY KSTADLISHll ruent across rit Clnlr Btreet Into tho room formerly occunled by Georce tteasors drui storo TIME TABLE NOV I 2C M 1 J893 P - TRAINS B AST A No No 3 400 406 438 443 460 617 025 640 H hp it 100 110 140 200 210 235 303 a20 386 345 No 7 711 700 716 718 41i 72 736 749 7W a08 8 10 4 20 4B1 ia 742 zao G00 sfl fj 11 820 30 A i ft N atP wounds outs o by keeping a box of Dr Halo8 liousonoia utnmenc nanay No other romody gives suoh quick rollof or oxortoBO soothing and heal incroiroot For Irritated oyollda eoro nostrils ohappod lins and hands rough skin bolls felons sores oto nothing equals it Prloo 25o and GOo lLOAmENTEU8 drpg Btoro o - V i 1 - Captain Swccnoy DIoro Onl sayH Romody Is tho first modloino I hayo rt T TWnn I V A ovor found that would do mo any Ville Ky or l Keed good Price 60 oonts Sold by w A Chicago III 21 MoKoo Hardlo B connects with Q 0 and L8 jlonnsiir nA fiM am No28lmveBFrankfort 0 connects with K 0 endorse- - No 17 loftVOB Frankfort For students holding 050 n m SUNDAY TRAINS ment from Principal of School No 21 loaves Frankfort 2ir5 p m Arr No IDleavea Frankfort 786 pm a Lvo Fnmkfort 945 it ni 1110 neorgeown 1040 College or Seminary limit will be ieoryotown in Lvo Arr Frnnklort 1210 pm jcbainbkabt extended to January 11 The Kentucky Mldlnnd 1020 nm tlpnii form the nnortetit und Rallwny and connec Finest trains and only Dining NoiBleavos Frankfort cheapest rorti to all points north south onutmul vext Car Service between the Falls and g00 I 7H5 p m Frankfort For further Information apply to their niwnts Windy Cities are operated by the No 22 armeB Frnukfortw KB WEITZKL 8C5 pni a D BKRCAW leaves Details No 20 will Btop nt Anohorngo nna lcn 1niH Aut IIARPKR City Tloket Agent celebrated Monon Route GEO B Gen Hupt U S A San for Shlloh8 Catarrh accorded on written applications OluUtlniiaborff for pnsaengora Monon Route will sell tickets ohHAVE FOR SALE 100 HEAD OF FIRST nt t a rtt jw jm rtnA jinn T clu38 ewes which I will selln rtx months tr or -j jl ISt atone and one third of the time Also n few Shropshire and South Down wU1 WtiTtrimdle first class limited fare to all local bucka thlt l Fork of Eikhom Ky points including Chicago and D Big 4 stations on the C H jr TIME TABLE L I D W L E St M and Wabash THw f Mrhrir flnriu ffittlA 4a i rhtv iu Vandalia O R Rs account of the Holidays ecteot npon tho L N road tickets good returning until TBAIKfl WK8T Tl vw Sheep for Sale Hi I H I 1 TRAINS WK8T lurls Ar Elizabeth Ar Centenllle Lv Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar e B INo2 INo4 015 020 828 040 SW COO No8Noft t M FM TlO Georgetown JolniHon CS Depot Newtown 601 12 48 62S 545 600 6H0 Lj Duvall ArStamplnKQround Ar Swltzor Ar Klkhorn Ar Summit Ar A Frankfort A 1117 1124 1180 1187 1149 1156 1202 1210 N 635 G4i 648 6JS5 749 800 8E0 005 015 925 8 aio SO 70S 715 730 721 connects with L v K T ouc 1 Lexington and points beyond U f0r Olnolnnatl No28aud ai oonneot at Anohorago for Dloomflold Branch Job work neatly exe Â¬ cuted at this offlce j ji IB - JSrfl I SJI 1JL