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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rVW fmmmmt A w fci 1 Tee YOL XVII TTorllct r all In T Pramfort Roundabout WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED FJRANKFORT KY TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 18 v SATUEDAY JANUARY 6 1894 WANTS TO QUIT 8 Jawnincr Prtur T nfet TT Q rnuTcnArf UrM wv parang Powder yesterday and took up the fiscal docket Postmaster James M Sulrcl Re signed and S 13 Holmes Appointed Saffell who has been postmaster in this city for Mr James M Business and Professional Directory BILLIARDS AND POOL LAWYERS CHAS G PAYNE Billiards and Pool CHAS T RAY ABSOUUTELY PUBE Curriers Address long past mldnlgnt and nfter the ball Ive watched you there In the dizzy waltz And the mualc was fine but the notes seemed TIS Indies and gentlemen one and all Wednesday the grand jury returned indictments against Beatty L Â¬ false For eveiy enchanting voluptuous strain Tell on my ears like n cry of pain For I danced by such music sweet and low When I was a boy long ago And I mind me well with a sigh and tear Of Just such a happy bright new year I can hear the violins wall and scream And the orchestras groan like a far away dream I can see the dancers gliding along A tombing giddy and gleeful throng I see the lights as they gleam and blaze And fill the room with a golden haze And I almost feci that the girl Is near That I danced with once on a bright new year Tho girl with the soft and enchanting eyes That took their hue from tho star lit skies The girl around whom my whole life clung And I worship yet though she died so young That went long ago to the silent grave And left me alone with no one to save And I plunged In the reckless stream of life With Its storms and tempests struggles and strife Till ragged and wretched Im standing here And watching you danco on this bright new year Ah me if I could onlyjust go buck Tor a little while cih lifes rugged truck It I could but touch the soft white hand 2tow tar away In the Beautiful Land And hear her magical voice speak While her perfumed breath fanned my flushing cheek And guide her steps mid the giddy throng By the weird waltz music all night long Xlfe would no longer seem dreary and sere As It seems to me now on this bright neaw year Davis for murder and Wood- Â¬ ford Hughes for hog stealing and as they are in jail will be tried the first of the week The Legislature The General Assembly met in this city on Tuesday and organized by electing the following officers SENATE t President Hon Wm Goebel Chief Clerk T G Poore Assistant Clerk Wm Crom- Â¬ well Enrolling Clerk Richardson Sergeant-at-Af Mrs F B ms Chas Som mers Janitor Geo A Kendrick Doorkeeper J E Whitaker Edward Cloak room Keeper Stanton Pages Steve Fulton Tracy James McDonald HOUSE nearly four years and who has Frankfort Kentucky the made one of the best officers who Tlio Finest Tables In Alleyscity Gymnasium and Bowling attached Offlco In tho Hume Building ever held the position tendered CONFECTIONER his resignation several weeks ago WM CROMWELL to take effect December 31st but JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law Manufacturing it was not known until Monday Frankfort Kentucky Confectioner does not Mr Saffells time Also Real Estate Aeent Will Dractlen In tho expire until the 4th of April 41 St Clair Street Courts or Franklin and the adjoining counties and will alao give special attention to the pur Â¬ Home made Candles Fruits Nuts but does not care to hold on and Soda Water In season Clears and Ice Cream chase uud sale of real estate collection of rents and Tobacco claims and the negotiation of loans Near new bridge has private interests as he DRUGS which he desires to look after WJ CHINNtJR Mr Chas W Saffell the assistant W Attorney at Law H AVERILL postmaster and Miss Emma MorDruggist Frankfort Kentucky ris the stamp clerk have both re- Â¬ Will Practice In all State Courts Oftlco second Main Street opp City Hall lloor custom House Mr Saffell takes a signed also A gsneral dock Stationery position in the Farmers Bank and sptclalty Cigars of Drus Fine Prescriptionsa and Tobacco compounded ut all hours NEWSDEALER Miss Morris will be succeeded by GUY BARRETT CO Miss Katie Halloran JNO WR WILLIAMS News Dealer and Mcsrs G R Rodmn and S Druggists Bookseller B Holmes were both applicants for 314 Main Sttect 332 Main Street the place the former backed by Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at a Fine Stationery Ferlodlcnls of all kinds Fancy Representative Breckinridge and hours A Hue line of Fancy Toilet Artlcli b Goods the latter by Senator Lindsay FLOUR AND FEED PAINTERS but as it is the custom to allow REOCK DONALDSON W B BRTDGEFORD a Senator to name the postmaster Flour Meal Feed and for his home town Mr Holmes The Painter Country Produce was appointed Thursday by the 10 St Clair Street Fined Block South Side President to fill the vacancy Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Â¬ 1 Tu Club Main Street Attorney at Law a t r m m Oysters Fish an I Game In season Pickles and Preserves LIVERY Choice hand WINES Stuart MANGAN DARNELL Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street GEO B SALENDER Bridge Saloon 45 1 L i But I lost all hope and I lost all pride From tho very first day that she sank and died I started downward on lifes rough track And Ive never since had the strength to turn buck And as I now gize on the lights within I see outside only darkne s and sin And I groan and shudder and stirt with fear As I think of the past on this bright new year Within Is the tread of the merry feet As I stand and list on the lonely street TIS time you and I were at homo I think But It I were there could I sleep a wink If I lay In my garret and close my eyes I can only think of a lost lores sighs I could only think cf that new years ball When fche and I w ere the gayest of ul I And gaze at the stars that are shining clear t And think of the lost on this bright new year old and worn and gray To hope for a fairer an happier day Ive gone too far on tho road of crime To look for a better and brighter time TIS rather late tor a man llko me To remain so long at this scence of glee So I bid j on goodbye and to be of good cheer And I wish you a beautiful bright new year Hon A J Carroll Chief Clerk J E Stone Assistant Clerk Green R Keller Enrolling Clerk Ulie T How Bargains in all ard Speaker HARTSTEINS St Clair Street California Wines a Wine and Liquor dealer specialty Â¬ jn sunn the departments The Iron Going Up That portion of the iron mem- Â¬ Run Dnj and N Ight to the public the ferrymen have made an arrangement by which the ferry- Â¬ boat will run all night instead of until 12 oclock as heretofore The hours between which the boat will run free will remain the same From from 6 a m until 10 p m until 6 in the morning 10 at night the men in charge of the boat are authorized to charge a fee of five cents for setting a person across the river and if anyone pays more than that amount it is his own fault If more is demanded it need not be paid that is all The men in charge try to treat everyone who comes upon the boat politely but are frequently imposed upon by persons who stay out late and then cross the river without paying the fee As an accommodation Sergeant-at-Ar- ms Robert Ty- Â¬ ler 10 Per Cent Off I Doorkeeper A G King Janitor Todd Hall But Im fur to Cloak room Keepers J Oscar Glenn Seth Beckner 25 HUNDRED YARDS Pages Harris Alexander Will Willie Johnson William Of calico including blue and red Hines at 5 cents a yard On all wool hosiery underwear and blankets F Wheatley As soon asx an organization was effected the Governor was notified and sent in his message which was read and then both houses adjourned On Wednesday the speakers com announced the standing mittees and the bodies settled down to routine business Last night a Democratic caucus was held to nominate candidates for U S Senator and State Librarian and the nominees will be elected next Tuesday When tins is done an effort will be made to get through with the business within the sixty days fixed bv the new Constitution as the length of the session Â¬ HUNDRED YARDS Of white goods choice 10 cents a yard worth 15 and iS cents Circuit Court The regular January term of the Franklin Circuit Court met on Monday when the following grand 7 Hundred Yards Embroidery at 10 cents worth yard 15 cents a E 1 LOT OF BUTTONS jury R was impanneled and charged Rogers Foreman Thos W Scott James Carter Jeff Jones Marion Featherston Calvin Hockersmith H G Mattern Jno Sanders George Harrod Chas Bedford John Sea and W D Including handsome DRESS BUTTONS Another at onlv 5 cents a dozen lot of RIBBON REMNANTS All silk ribbons at 10 cents apiece 1 LOT OF MISSES LOT OF HOSE SATIN worth r r Children who are puny pale weak 30 cents or scrofulous ought to take Dr Pierces Qolden Medical Discovery That TTOTJ WAJfcTT builds up both thoir ilesh and thoir strength For this and for purifying A dress Now is your time to get it We will sell any all wool dress goods at the blood theres nothing in all medi 40 cts a yard former price 50 cts cine that can equal the Discovery In recovering from Grippe or in Tit from pneumonia convalescence fevers or other wasting diseases it Ice wool in blade cream white red he Â¬ Â¬ speedily and surely invigorates and liotrope and blue tit 20 cts a box builds up tho whole system As an worth 30 cts These are all great appetizing rostorativo tonic it sots bargains and must be taken at work all tho processes of digestion advantage of at and nutrition rouses every organ into natural action and brings back health and strength For all diseases caused by a torpid liver or impure blood dyspepsia T D Hale billiousness scrofulous skin and scalp Several minor cases were tried diHesaes oven consumption or lung earlier stages tho Tuesday and Wednesday morn sorofulai in its tho only guaranteed is Discovery At No 319 xMuin Street near ings but at noon Wednesday the romody If it doesnt benefit or cure in State National Bank udge dismissed the juries until every case you have your money back Â¬ Park The court then adjourned until Tuesday morning when the following petitjurors were present Milton Arnold Chas Thorn J 5 Bryant A B Bacon Lewis Harrod Ambrose Quarles jr John Suter Ed Wiley John Moore Alex King E G Allison Harry Tichner E J Flynn Wm Sudduth Samson Gordon O R Crutcher J 1 Williams Colby Taylor Chas Johnson Sam Tracy Sam Martin S M Shields Fast black all size regular made at I2j4 cents u pair worth 20 cents 1 FINE Damask Towels at 20 cents apiece DO Â¬ m a bers of the bridge for which the construction company have been waiting arrived Monday and Tuesday morning things assumed a lively aspect about the south end of the old structure Good progress has since been made in the work and it is now claimed that the new bridge will be completed by the end of this month The Seckner Construction Company is not wasting any time and in four days has raised and placed in position enough iron to show that it will rush the work to an early completion if not hampered by the failure of the bridge company to get the particular pieces of iron here by the time they are needed to go into the bridge but let us hope that the King people have repent- Â¬ ed of the error of their way and Ohio State of LUUAS City ok Toledo J ss COUNTrY will not further delay the work Frank J Oheenoy makes oath that ho is tho senior partner of the Arm Iv or P O Ulcers of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State The following officers were aforesaid and that said Arm will pay tho sum of ono hundred dollars for elected bv Dexter Lodge at its each and every case of Catarrh that meeting last Friday night to can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure serve for the next term viz Frank J Cheney Sworn to before mo and subscribed B G Graham C C in my presence this 6th day of De Â¬ cember A D 1886 C F Prohel V C A W OLE ASON Notary Public R B Franklin Prelate SEAL R Lee A Owen K of S Halls Catarrh Guro is taken inter nally and acts directly upon tho blood C E Elhvanger M of E and mucous surface of the system Cabel Hardin M of F Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Jack Fuss M at A gySold by all druggists 75conts Â¬ Â¬ t HARTSTEINS Â¬ During tho epidemic of 1ft grippe Chamberlains Oongh Romody took tho lend horo and was much better likod than other cough medicine H M Bnngs druggist Ohatsworth 111 Tho grip is much tho same ns a vory Bovoro cold und roquires pre cisely tho same treatment This romody is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendonoy of tho disease toward pneumonia For sale by J W Gaylo druggist Â¬ A clasp door key was picked up on the street and left at The owner can have this office same by calling and proving Found property Or you aro all worn out really good for nom ine it Is ftoneral debility Try ivrovn hack Aonus Â¬ BKOWNS IKOlf JUTTJSJtS It will euro you cleanse your Ucr ana a good appetite glvo L- - M PERSONATj Mrs Johnson Barrett was in Cin Â¬ cinnati last week Miss Irma Labrot returns to school Librarian in Cincinnati to day Gen B W Duke of Louisville was in the city Wednesday Mr Sam Baldrick of Louisville spent Monday in this city Hon Arthur Wallace of Louisville spent Monday in this city Miss Clara Buckley leaves to Â¬ day for school at Nazareth Hon T G Stuart of Winchester spent llonday last in this city Mr J BJames and wife of Lexing Â¬ ton sptmt Monday in this city Miss Lizzie Lowrey of Covington is visiting Miss Flossie French Miss Mary Hale will return to school at Cincinnati next week Mrs Lou VanWinkle of Danville is visiting relatives in this city Mr J B Wathen of Louisville spent Saturday last in this city Dr C 0 Lewis of Stamping iround was in the city Monday Misses Louise and Lyne Pepper re- Â¬ turn to school at Cincinnati to day Miss Bronson of Victoria Texas is the guest of Miss Janie Dehoney Mrs Wm Cheatham of Louisville arrives next week to visit her mother Mr and Mrs F K Rodman have returned to thoir home in Cincinnati Mr Geo A Newman jr of Louis ville was in the city on Saturday Misses Paulino Hardin of Coving Â¬ ton Lyda Carrico of Owensboro and Emma Guy of Scottsville havo been in the city this week pushing their claims for the position of State iy C UPffi THE ROUNDABOUT Messrs Ben Johnson W N Hal deman Oliver Cromwell D L May Gus Straus W J Abraham and Henry Kremer of Louisville D II Smith of Hodgenville Joe McCain Waller Sharp of of Oarrollton Owingsville Harvey Meyers of Cov- Â¬ ington and John Welch of Nicholas ville arrived in the city Monday and were interested spectators at the caucus on the same evening THE PEOPLES PAPER Both the method and results when fijynip of Figs is taken it is pleasaut and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on tho Kidneys Liver and Bcwels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luccd pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects prepared only from the most healthy ana agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO Â¬ Matrimonial Nicewaner Savtyier Mr Ed- Â¬ ONI5 ENJOYS win G Nicewaner of Baltimore Md and Miss Mary Campbell Sawyicr of this city were mar Â¬ ried in New York City on Friday December 28 1893 Rev The J G B Heath officiating marriage was quite a surprise to Â¬ Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only 1 Â¬ it the friends of the fair young bride in this city as the matter had been kept so very quiet that it to even her was not known immediate family and the above announcement will be the first intimation many will have of the same Â¬ Per Year Â¬ Â¬ Births on Thurs day January 4 1 894 to Mr E L Banta and wife a daughter last Banta In this city Â¬ day Marshall In this city on Misses Edna Bennett and Joe Bloom field left Thursday for Nazareth Acad- Monday January 1 1894 to Mr emy Ben Marshall and wife a daugh Misses May Pepper and Lallie Star- Â¬ ling were in Lexington Tuesday even ter ning Rogers In Bellepoint on Miss Minnie VanBerveer visited friends iii Woodford county mst Tuesday Jan 2 1894 to Mr week George Rogers and wife a daugh Mr Wm Showalter is visiting his ter cousin J V Showalter near George- Â¬ Stephens In Glendale Ohio town Mrs Mary Wicklifle of Louisville on Monday January I 1894 to spent New Years with MrB Jos H Mr Addin K Stepens and wife Lewis a son weight 124 pounds Miss Lillie D Showalter is visiting friends and relatives in Shelby Preparing for the Trolley county Miss M Fulton of Anchorage has The Klectric Railway Company been visiting Miss Janie Behoney this week have put up the cross wires nearly Judge W W Cleary of Coving- Â¬ all over town and in a few days ton is attending court in this city will begin stretching those for the this week Mrs E Polk Johnson and daughter trolley so that in about thirty leave to day for Louisville thtir days the road will be ready for future home The engine and boiler Mr Lindsey Blayney left yesterday j operation for Danville to resume his btudies at are already in position at the Center College house and the dynamo will TVTra T C Vonrloll mill lunvn in n power few days for Lakeland Florida to be here in a few day so that tl e spend the winter bridge h the only jieit oKsacle Dr Jacob S Coleman returned in the way of an early start or Tuesday evening from a months Btay in New York City the cars Tne cars are now being Mr Nat Hale who has been visiting built and are of a very handsome his parents here left for his home in pattern beautifully finished inside Mayfield Thursday One cat will be a comMr Charles Haydon of Louisville and out in kthe city Monday shaking bination for carrying both freight was hands with old friends and passengers and will be used Misses Owens of Maysville and Brenston are the on that portion of the road over of Lexington guests of the Misses Pepper which the company has the right Judge Jas H Mulligan of Lexing- Â¬ to carry freight They will be ton came down Monday last to see in ample time to commence the Legislature start off all right here Mrs R A Peter and little daugh- Â¬ running as soon as the bridge is ter of Louisville spent Thursday and completed yesterday in this city with relatives Misses Wright and Hatton of Cin- Â¬ A New Enterprise cinnati have returned home aftor a pleasant visit to Miss Irma Labrot of The enterprising firm of Mastin this city Mr Foster Baird the well known Bros have rented from Dr Hume young druggist has accepted a posi the old machine shop on Lewis tion in tho drug house of Holmes Â¬ Â¬ Mr A C Witherspoon of Law renceburg was in the city Wednes Â¬ Louisviue xr SAN FRANCISCO CAL new york ny Advertised Letters at Frankfort ur Job U one of the best in h EPARHENT State and K Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Morse Miss Ida M Merille Lizzie McOlaren Mrs D W Bettie Collins Willie Rolley Joseph Damron Ed Rake Mrs Norton Herndon B M Spencer Robert Hamkin Capt BillShucks Thomas Harris George Saintclare Cyl Sayre Mrs Eva Holder R H Jennings J I Updike Luther Lintern Susie Winter Miss MayJ Lalor William B White Mrs Ellen Morgan William Waters Mrs Klttie Mitchusson Mrs Modern Stories Novelty Co 2 Rebecca Magowan John When calling for these letters say Bowling Mattie art prepared to iuri January 6 Burke 0 1894 ont on short notioe Mrs xA V Ox tA it V X A Q X X v A X advertised J M Saffell P M Our Business Directory In another column will be found a list of firms in the vaiious busi Â¬ all of ness lines of Frankfort are reliable business men whm We pe t bave the list increased next we k a- - we were unable to see m ny of the merchants in time to get their card for this issue 1 v X X I Â¬ Specimen Cases BINDERY the highest style of lowest rates Job Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ tumors esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ No apology is necessary on the dressing score of medical propriety for Drs Current Smith Paris Ky thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made 17 tf a long careful and special study Twenty five Dollars Howard of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other A reward of twenty five dollars tumors and are able to offer the will be given for the return to this results of our extensive experience in Kentucky and surrounding office of a solitaire diamond stud countries in a system of rational lost on Broadway between Ann and successful treatment that we and St Clair streets on December believe has never heretofore been 25 1893 attained and we are able to point Midwinter Fair tothousands of successful cases in a not in a boasting but rather The Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ spirit of thankfulness that we are road will sell tickets to San Fran- Â¬ thus able to prove so clearly our Accisco and return for 39165 assertion that our system does Midwinter Fair With a positive count cure cancer C D Bkrcaw knowledge of this fact now so Pi A fully endorsed by thousands of suf ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ TV L Coppersmith is fession we should be wanting in pushing things right along humanity if we neglected any to show means in our power to spread the and will he able you as nice a lino of holiday glad tidings among those afflicted with this most terrible and hope- novelties as you will iind 14 tf in Frankfort less of diseases We have printed a pamphlet Fon Sale cause houso on Annon Rent- My dwellinggiving the symptons street varieties J T Buckley c of cancers and tf Â¬ Â¬ Halloran ville and Hon Ed Damn of Brooks ville members of tho last Sonate were in tho city several days this week Miss Thornton of Lexington and Misses Wymond and Horndon of Louibvillo attonded the Assembly Hop at the Capital Hotel Thursday Miss Clara Crutcher who has been visiting friends iu this city returned to her home near Ducker Station Thursday Mr Len Hughe returned to school at the State College Lexington Monday after spending the holidays with his parents in this city Hon M S Downer of Hopkins night Miss Belle Insko of Nicholasville Jessamino county have been visiting tho family of Mr G M Galbraith at 551 Short street this week ing tno holidays with her paronts in this city returns to Louisville Mon Â¬ day whore she is attending Mibs Hamptons school Miss Jonnio Johnston of Pleasure ville who has been visiting Miss Sue Kavanaugh in this city for sever Â¬ al days left Wednesday for Pols grove where she is teaching school Mr George Kenton anil sister Miss Mary of Newton Scott county and Miss Maggie Daniel who is spend Â¬ eight years standing Used three bottles of Electric Bitlors and seven boxes of BucklenB Arnica Salve and bij leg is sound and well John Speaker Catawba O had five large fever sores on hi i leg doctors said he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ the river and v ill tric Bitters and one box Bucklens street near Arnica Salve cured him entirely about February 1st establish what Sold by the South Side drug store P H Carpenter this city has long since needed a 3 fit st class repair and paint shop Xiund Seekers Excursion for vehicles and wagons The Would be pleased to have all old shop will be raised one story farmers or others who are inter Â¬ and will be equipped with all the ested drop us a card asking for modern machinery for that kind of information about our Land Seek Â¬ Only the most skilled ers Excursions work Tickets at one fare for the round workmen will be employed as Louisville trip from Cincinnati they propose to do only first class or Lexington Ky to points in work Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi and points in Georgia Xenrlv a Serious Accident as far east as Autjusta also to One of the trucks of the trav- New Orleans and Mobile Excursions January 8th Febru eler being used in the erection of ary 8th March 8th and April 9th the new bt Clair st eet bridge Limited to twenty days for return jumped the track yesterday afterWrite to W P Cooley T P noon and the tall umvieldly struc- Â¬ A Cleveland O C A Baird ture came near toppling over into T P A Detroit Mich or A J the river Had it done so it Lytle N P A Chicago Ills would have carried down with it for information as to rates etc and for literature on the South or all the iron now up and caused to another stoppage of a month or W C RlNEARSON G P A Cincinnati O more in the work Â¬ S H Clifford of New Cassell Wis was trouhled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disor Â¬ dered his liver was affected to an Blank Books of all kinds gotten np in alarming degree appetite fell away and he was terriby reduced in flesh Old Books and Muaio bound at and strength Thrae bottles of Elec the art trio Bitters cured him Harrodsburg Work of all kinds solicited Edward Shepherd 111 had a running sore on his leg of Announcement Â¬ 2l Â¬ Â¬ -- ftfctoitwM vUnK5 T jjl Af flfljfgtT I 3 i 4 M SELBERT STERLING SILVERWARE Fine Watches Diamonds and Jewelry C Kl3r ine Farm for Rent tjH 1 Ho 333 NOT IN POLITICS St Clair Street ITrsnilsfort Take the Jj X Have Yon Thought Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Llar Z I I II ft Wfii 3 flf it Br ing to use our honored order to I am advance my own interest Tho Masonic Order Misrepre Â¬ unwilling to even seem to be try Â¬ sented by a Lexington ing to do that I am sure that Correspondent you will appreciate my feelings in the matter Please extend my The Lexington correspondent thanks to those interested with of the Courier Journal sent that you in extending the courtesy Truly yours paper on Wednesday evening of W C Owens last week December 27 a dis After we were seated and the patch stating that Col W C P dining had progressed Col Breckinridge had attended a MaBreckinridge entered and traversed sonic banquet in that city on that the entire length of the banquet evening that he received an ova hall to his seat without a sign of tion and that his response to a recognition amidst a silence that toast was loudly applauded To was ominous and broken only by the initiated this seemed a strange the articulation of the vertebra of proceeding under the circumstan several gentlemen as they braced rethemselves against ces and we were glad to see the ception the Colonelthe chilling received following correction of the highly Later on Col Breckinridge re- Â¬ colored dispatch above referred to sponded to the toast intended for published in the Lexington Lead- Mr Owens His speech was prettily eloquent and full of sentiment er of Saturday and evoked hearty applause but I contributed have in my mind another speaker While the air js full of flying re- at the same board who distinctly ports of the doings and undoings won greater favor and whose of astute attorneys the comings speech won him more applause and goings of veiled wotnen the than was accorded Col Breckin italicized and dramatic declarations ridge of statesmen of the do or die You ask who in the face of type and the Congressional incu- only such occurence as I narrate bator appears to be working on had the nerve to send out the time all of those important events aurora borealis stories of ovations are overshadowed by the interest tremendous applause unrestrained felt in many quarters in discover- entnusiasm exc cic wny you ing what really happened at the ought to know how things of that Masonic barrquet on St Johns sort are brought about better than day So many persons have asked I However in the light of the fur an authentic account of what ref sal of the tpastmaster to read really occurcd upen that occasion at the banquet or even allow with special reference to the friends of Col Owens to see his presence the reception and the letter declining the invitation I speech of Col W C P Breckin am forced to believe that the ban- Â¬ ridge that the writer cornered a quet incident and the fake ovation prominent Mason and threw out reports sent out to the foreign his sounding line as follows newspapers were worked up for Were you present at the ban political effect The reporters and quet Wednesday night and could correspondents lent themselves to you give me an account of what a scheme for the prostitution of a transpired there social Masonic reunion into an I was there and can give you attemptod booming of a political the information you want young candidate in distress man responded the Mason but The Masons as a body take I want to disavow here and now no part in politics and the mem in submitting to the interview for bers of the lodges in this city any purpose other than the cor are not as a rule extreme partirection of the wild eyed reports of sans and I have heard many exthat banquet sent out by corres pressions of displeasure from ponclents to foreign papers Masons over the attempts of cerHow did Col Breckinridge tain newspapers to magnify into a happen to be present queried political boom the ordinary civility the writer always shown even an impromptu Well you see it was perfectly speaker on asocial occasion natural that he should be present The withholding from publicain fact he is a member of Lexing Â¬ tion of Mr Owens letter of regret ton Lodge No 1 and the ban- Â¬ and the fake stories of an ovation quet was given under the auspices to Col Breckinridge unjustly of that body and the Devotion place the Masons in the attitude of Lodge I confess I did not know lending special encoura2ement to he was coming until I was seated the candidacy of the latter It is to set the order right and do at the banquet table Is it true that he responded to justice between man and man thatri the toast intended for Hon W I furnish these facts for publica tfon C Owens Yes Mr Owens was invited By the way the above quoted to be present and respond to the letter of W C Owens to the Masonic Friendship Masonic Committee is nearly a sentiment and answered the invitation in the literal copy of the original written following letter by Mr Owens yesterday at the S T Campbell Esq Lexing request of several Masonic friends denied who had ton Ky Dear Sir Your kind of seeing beenoriginal the privilege the invitation received Ordinarily it Fair Play would give me much pleasure to accept it but now when I am a candidate for office there are not BROWNS IRON BITTERS n wanting those who would be cures Dyspepsia quick to say that I was attempt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ groves II ON PR30NS WHOnh WE TIMBER TO SELL the by or want You can angle in the best stock- hundred had better e ill on Rsawing donewho hni II buter the best portable s iw mllls in Kentucky also ma ed fishing waters of America cMiiery to nmnuiKture the rouh grades ol You can have the most perfect tliiber Into tobai co hogsheads Alwajs ready to Dec 30 Sin moe an where hotel service The way to reach Florida is by the Vestibuled Trains of tl e CHICKENS FOE SALE Qeeen Crescent Route I hae for sale a fe pure bred Finest trains in the South sleepSolid trains and through ers to Jacksonville Plymouth Rock Chickens 109 miles shorter than any other line Service as perfect as a Those who want pure bred chickens for raising laying tKUt the Rock Is the best modern American railway can or for will be sold at Plymouth For further Infor They each me at Frankfort or call ut my mation address make it residence 8 miles from Frankfort on the Peaks MRS 0 P D11AN Apply to any agent or send Mill Pike 10 2t your address to W C RINEAR SON G P A Cincinnati q for winter tourists rates schedules See information as to hotels etc that your tickets read over the Queen and Crescent Route K A pniir mrcAvt AI KAUt MARKSV For Sale or Rent My house Notice COPYRIGHTS on West Main street at present CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a answer and an honest opinion write to occupied by Col Corbetts family The Kentucky Midland Rail I U NN tS CO who have had nearly fifty rears experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ road claim in their notice printed Possession given immediately tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patents and bow to ob Â¬ W B Rodman in all papers Wednesday that they 52 tf Mrs tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free N would pay all toll over the L Patents taken through Munn ft Co receive Miles Nervo and Liver Pills special uotlco In the Scientific American and bridge while the St Clair street thus are brought widely before the public with Â¬ tumor bridge is obstructed going to or Act on a new principle regulating out cost to tho Inventor This SDlendld far tho issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by largest circulation of any scientific worl in tho from K M depot This would lead the liver stomach and bowels though world 3 a year Sample copies sent free nuiiQing caition montniy fsoa year ouiKiu Dr copies cents rjvvry N the nerves A new discovery people to believe that the L uuiuuer contains oeuu- Jo in colors and Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness of Company had charged toll to bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ uiui plates plans enabling photographs show new house with builders to the secure contracts Address shippers before said St Clair tion Splendid for men women and latest designs andNEW YOltK UU1 DnoAmvAV MUNN Cchildren Smallest mildest surest street bridge was obstructed N 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at I beg to say that the L 45 ly W GaylesFninkfortKy otiezie- Company has never charged toll J House of four N depot for For Rent to or from the L Apply at this office rooms N bridge years over the L o tf We earnestly solicit your busi ness and promise fair treatment Dr Hales Household Ointment and the toll and best attention The Direct and Popular Line to shall be free to shippers until Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures further notice Cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism H B Logsdon Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Agent in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds To California And all Points NORTH and WEST taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruisest Burns The Kentucky Midland Railway Chilblains Sores of long standing will sell tickets to San Jose Los Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Angeles Colton San Bernardino different from all else superior to all San Diego or Portland Oregon else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Palace Chair Oars Large size cheapest Sold at P H and return for 91 6 on account Carpenters drug store 8 Pullman Buffet Sleepers of Midwinter Fair at San Frana niniiecaajMijit rutroriTTyTnaoccM cisco Cal December 1st to April And Only First Classs Accommodations 30th 1894 For Further Information Address Â¬ Kansas City Denver Ogden San Diego San Francisco and all the cities in the west northwest and southwest also the best line be- Â¬ tween Frankfort and Chicago and all intermediate points either via Louisville or Cincinnati Between Frankfort and New York Wash- Â¬ ington Baltimore Philadelphia Old Point Comfot Norfolk Va It is noted for its fast time and In fact to any solid comfort 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 will be able to direct you over the best line Call on or address C E Miller Ticket Agent H B Logsdon Agent If you are going anywhere and About going to Florida this win DtDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY want to go in style speed and tei Its the greatest resting place limits on i Gpornetown pike containing short- in America Season soon opens to iciim lii rMiience tobacco barn and N the The L comfort Ntiblef Suloml liry and tobacco farm est and best line to Nashville De- Elegant hotel magnificent tropi Postslnn iciven Mmulst 1MM For partlcu lirsappljto catur Chattanooga Atlanta Bir cal surroundings FRANK CHINK July 22 tf Frankfort Kjr in the north shiver New While people Montgomery mingham Orleans San Antonio Pensacola and button their great ceats closer Jacksonville and all cities in the you can sail summer streams TMer Boilit cr Sawefl south southeast and southwest is lounge through the magnolias or also the ideal route to St Louis rest under the bloom of orange Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rlHdiil W 1 K m O- -l2se3 MONON ROUTE CHICAGO s vmt m m r Â¬ Bucklcns Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to Kive satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ suffering with weakness and emaciation who give little nourishment to babiesshould take Brothers S L Bryan C P A WGMDiA KY OR LOUISVILLE Phil Carpenter 8 ly Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil and hypophosphltes It will give them strength and make their babies fat Physicians the world over endorse it Dont bo deceived by Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 Gold pens fountain pens ami all kinds of stationery 14 tf at Barretts dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman JOHN DRISCOLi Timers For Sale or Rent My resi Â¬ Liquor A Merchant digestior Debility cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ full line of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc J85 BROADWAY opposite- State House April 15 tt Substitutes All Druggists repwed by Scott it Bowno N Y J xV w FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT The increase Entered nt the post odlce nt Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter a GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub -- z FRANKFORT JANUARY 6 1894 General Topics or the Week Representative Bailey of Texas in has bill introduced a Congress to do away with the Retired List of the Army Navy and Judiciary which costs the NaThis tion 3000000 annually together with the remarks on the subject in the newspapers reminds me of an incident in a novel I read recently a book which by the way has attracted general atten- Â¬ The Heavenly Twins tion The heroine an Englishwoman is spending the winter in Malta and forms a friendship with a distin- Â¬ guished American diplomatist In the course of their many- conversations the American remarks that he fails to understand why the English nation with its broad ideas of liberty and equality tolerates such an expensive sinecure The answer as the Royal family of his fair friend is one in the spirit of which the country should reply to this bill and to the honfrom Texas member orable we love the Royal Sir Said she family and we can well afford the Â¬ in the amount of the One in seven of all deaths comes from Con Â¬ tax is but small being ten cents sumption Thats about tho proportion And per gallon placing the new rate almost overy death from I3TST7JRA3SrOE O EJiTIS consumption comes irom at 1 and the news of the com Â¬ neglect and delay Theres neglect in preventing tho mittees action has gladdened the disease delay in curing it Have You can provent it and hearts of the distillers in this dis- Â¬ euro it if youll act in ON MAIN STEET TO timo with Dr Pierces trict who were much concerned Golden Medical Discovery by the recommendations of Secre Â¬ Foor and impure blood makes you an easy victim tary Carlisle in his annual report a scrofulous condition of tho system invites it in which he opposed the cxter Basement nf the Capital Hntel You must reach the dis Discovtho blood whie ease through Its tho mostand tho and offoc Â¬ sion of the bonded period potent ery does it 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a advocating a large increase in the tivo blood cleanser strength restorer and short time flosh buildor thats known to medical science The scrofulous affection of the lungs thats tax JACOB SWIGERT CO Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET -- -- m iw - Â¬ Â¬ Mr Gladstone has celebrated his eighty fourth birthday and is reported as still in possession of all his brilliant faculties which means that he is the foremost statesman of the world and his The bodily health rugged spectacle of Grand Old Man is a lesson which many of our statesMr men would do well to study Gladstone has always been a hard worker but he was never so busy that he could not find time to take bodily exercise and sufficient rest and sleep while the average American man of affairs will not until nature pause a moment Our life is forces him to do so too fast and passed at too high a tension and although this subject has been harped upon so often that it has become trite it is one which should be put forward un Â¬ til its purpose is accomplished Â¬ called Consumption and every form of scrof- Â¬ ula and blood -- taints all yield to it For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Bronchitis Asthma and all severe lingering Coughs its on unequaled remedy And its the only one thats guaranteed to do what is claimed for it If it fails to bene Â¬ fit or cure you have your money back Â¬ W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST KY luxury The American people are not in sympathy with any move nent which will imply penuriousness and the sooner the politicians find it out the better it will be both Exfor them and the country is not wanted but the travagance greatness of the nation should not be insulted by the suggestion that it cannot afford to provide for those who have grown gray in its service is announced that the Committee on Ways and Means of Â¬ The Recluse When War is Declared Against n mans happiness by his btomuch the enemy may be paclftd and brought speedily and easl y to terms Tint potent regulator ot dlges tlon Iostetters Stomach Bitters dlsclplltis the rebellious org in thoroughly Indigestion arises fom weakness of the stomach und the food In It for want ot the power to dlg st decomposes and acidities giving rise to heartburn flatulence and pain besides a multitude of symptoms both But peacft soqn changelul and perplexing reigns when the great stomachic Is resorted 10 anl used wl b persistence Dyspepsia elves rise to morbid discomposure of mind and even sleep To lessness and hy MK hondrlu In chronic cases the complete dismissal of these the Bitters Is fully adequate Ller comnlatnt constipation debility rheumatism and malaria ure complete ly subdued by this genl il medicine Â¬ reliable solid and substantial ma terial from which to select in filling Nothing but an imthe vacancy perative sense of necessity of this step could have actuated me in this declination and I trust you will so consider it You will remember that without solicitation from myself with a de clared protest against my being a candidater and in fact without knowledge that my too kind fellow citizens were even pressing my name in sincerity I was as the result indicated elected to the office of Police Judge This fact will relieve me of the apparently questionable position of seeking an office and then declining it I only feel a regret that such partial Â¬ ity on the part of my lellow citizens and tax payers cannot be ITe met by my acceptance reasons I have already stated What our town is to day and what she is likely to be in the future in prosperity grovth population good order and good government will find no mote ardent and earnest promoter and well wisher My home is here than myself my life and heart are here and here I expect to remain perhaps until the shadows fall across my Thanking you for your path courtesy and tendeiingmy resig nation of the office I am with Yours truly respect Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND Jan21 lv PATENT MEDICINES C And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W MoKEE HARDIE L GAYLE JOE T STATEN k CO J I Have purchased the entire stock of fITTTIlfflllfTIIII i i i r uniuiuiuji i kji jpranKiort jpurniiure 41 anu- - 4 j factoring Co Pri33CUr From 10 to SOLID OAK SUIT a OHEVAL 03CQ3 15 J N Â¬ Mt VmMcCloy L HUTCH EK h is been se Â¬ It Ills Honor Itesigns To the lected to fill the vacancy per ct i 4 1500 i 1800 i i i i Raising Revenue has agreed upon and an income tax of two per cent on incomes of 4000 and In theory an income tax over is he most equitable of all means of providing for the expenses of government but in practical opera tion il is a flat failure If all men were honest the burden of taxa- Â¬ tion could by this means be put upon those best able to bear it but the ease with which the amount of ones income can be concealed puts such a premium upon the evasion of obligation to the country that the effect of the It measure is simply immoral should therefore be resorted to only m cases of extreme necessity and no such necessity at present Â¬ Household Remedies both in their regret that so families and in their practice Dr soon alter the expression of the N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes has had us public confidence manifested in Dr that he HouseholdoccuHion to use Ointment in Halos my election to the chief office of several cases of burns and thinks it your municipality I should be has few equals He writes he has used ttiu compelled to decline the duties also in his own Dr Hales Household femily and finds it is Tea but after patient consideration I so good that he cannot afford to do find that the demands of my pub- without it It is the great blood pu Positively lic affairs are such that I cannot rifier and nerve tonic dyspepsia constipation biliousmyself and a proper cures etc 25 and 59 cents per pack in justice to ness attention to my business accept age at P H Carpenters drug store d the important office tendered me coNo judge with a jurisdiction Fire Alarms in 03 Honorable Board of Conn Seldom recommends a proprietary A great many use our cilmen of the Town of Bcllcpoint medicine A Pliyslciun Gentlemtn I Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months now and look wa have 100 1 226 ANN STREET krtr A i i Â¬ Â¬ XAJLAA AAAAAr dr AAAAAAA Â¬ Â¬ CHRISMS Leather Couehes GOODS extensive with the magisteiial office of the district and necessari- Â¬ exists It is true that in a deficiency is Â¬ ky the National Treasury but such deficiency is merely temporary The pension roll is now at the highest and from this time forward unless reckless and are unjustifiable appropriations of the made the expenditures There are nation will decrease many other ways in which this deficiency could be provided for without resorting to such a meas ure as an income tax threatened ly having to try and decide cases in- Â¬ volving questions of jurisprudence covering both the statutory and common law cm justly and fiirly execute his officii duties without giving more time and study than 1 feel I can fairly yield to public I feel with you a common affairs and deep interest in the preservation of order and the business growth of the town and with personal pride shall ever strive to advance its material and moral inAs an humble citizen terests who has seen our town emerge as it were from the very crndle itself and expand and extend its powrrs and energies I do not feel that I am shirking a place in its develop- Â¬ ment in yielding the position that the kindness and overweening con- Â¬ fidence 6f the people have placed upon me Fori judge and believe you have abundance of good Â¬ Â¬ Following is the report of the number of alarms of fire during the year just closed January February Marcli 2 2 7 April May 4 4 2 7 1 You are invited to call and see the elegant Leather Couches and chairs we have just received tor Christmas Wc all know the hard work expended by handling brooms the amount of dust raised Avoid the dust and labor by buying a carpet sweeper BissellY tho best We have the Bissell - June July August September October November December Total O 3 3 4 39 Bissell Carpet Sweepers M MMMM n The total loss by fire in this city for the year 1893 wasg 1484 The total number of feet of hose used during the year was R ROGERS SON W iWWll II ill 9850 E H Taylor Electrician ih H u k The increase of trx on whisky and the extension of the bonded period from three to eight years which has also been agreed upon speaks much better for the committee particularly the extension Such a of the bonded period will probably prove of measure more material benefit to this sec tion than any other general law which could be enacted and its effect upon the whole country will not be otherwise than favorable Â¬ Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Fairs Lawn Mowers -- - PRICES frPafllBaking The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware autf on LAWN MOWERS I Lead The Market aie323 Lj BZESO-A-HTW-- A IBJiPowder 500 Street No Ammonia No Alum Used in Millions of Homes AprlU6 ljr 40 Years the Standard kSMp1 I m m C IK CR CTTCHBR Ereoldeat T W CXJOTCEaiEK Secretary 1 1 m mm MM hr uggies Suiriries KY BUGGY fe B TJ IXEfc And nil stylos Vehicles Harness and Saddlery of the M m HARNESS WORKS We are the only large and completely equipped manufacturers of these goods in Central Kentucky and BUILD ONLY THE BEST HAND MADE WORK which we soil at prices as low as that asked for the cheap factory work heretofore sold tare We build all these goods in wholesale quantities and you are not All styles Veiicie3 etc used in this locality on display at our retail store charged either freight or dealers commissions by buying of us as manufacturers together with a large stock of Plows and extris for same Plow and Wagon Gear Saddles etc All kinds of Turf Goods and supplies SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES Very low prices on Hobss Wnips and Horse Blankets for 10 days FACTORY HEAD OP BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Has Returned Dr J S Coleman who has FRANKFORT JANUARY 6 1894 OF CINCINN AT IO will be at tne been absent in New York City for in the study of his the past month Mr Robt B Franklin specialty arrived home last TuesIN LEXINGTON KY In another column will be found day and can be found at his office the announcement of the above as usual Saturday January 0 1894 Saturday January 20 1894 named gentleman as a candidate Twenty live Cents He is a Isnt much money Jaut it will buy a Saturday February 3 1894 for County Attorney cure on Saturday February 17 1864 bright young lawyer a hard work- Â¬ bottle of the finest Coughclaim for HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca earth That is what we er and if elected will discharge Dr Hales Household Cough Cure and operation and with little or no pain told people the duties with ability He is one what thousands of a cough have may REEERENCES It us Dont neglect W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky cleverest fellows in the cost you as many dollars or possibly of the Frankfort Ky feel the first J A ScottLeach Frankfort Ky When Anthony world who deserves wtll of the your life go to P you Carpenters symptoms H J T Staten Franktort Ky people of this county where he drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle V Berberlch Frankfort hjKy P llulett Benson Cure RevH LMcClure Frankfort Ky A He has of Dr Hales Household Congh d was born and raised Ky W J Hughes Frankfort cure yourself m and David Moore Benson Ky been hard at work for the past Jas M WIthrow Frankfort Ky How About thOjWcather two years trying to build up a DR KELLEYS olllceund residence is at 269 Cincinnati and where he may practice and the offiee he seeks The Weekly Courier Journal West Eighth street of each week except SATURbe found every day DAYS Pamphlets describing these published at Louisville Ky de- Â¬ and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases will help him along in that line any one I KKLLEY M D lights in keeping its subscribers by aodresslng 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O The Grent Meeting Day In addition to being guessing CONSULTATION FREE the greatest Democratic news United paper published it has been a The AppellateSuperior States Circuit and County Courts pioneer in enterprisees that reG and the County Supervisors bf quire thought and figuring on the The Tax all me in this city on Mon pirt of its subscribers TIESCE- Weeklys estim iting contest on and a large crowd was on day the election in 1892 by whrch our streets in consequence while 14300 in gold coin were distrib the hotel lobbies were filled with uted among forty five guessers members of the Legislature which is a sample of this The latest and guessing offer of this j aper is on body met the next day weaMier that one subject on MAIN STRKLT mixing around among them were the which we all consider ourselves 334 nearly as many candidates for the prophets The Weekly Courier FRANKFORT KY various offices to be filled by the Journal proposes to give Si 000 Legislature as there were legisla- in cash to its subscribers who can tors so all together Monday was a name the coldest day in the month jof February iSo4 at Louisville lively day with us Ky and guess closest to the lowest temperature on this day The Will Change His liase contest closes January 31 1894 At the meeting of the Board of Every new subscriber who sends Directors of the Farmers Bank on 1 can make one guess and every who renews send Â¬ Tuesday Mr Chas W Saffell at old subscriber guess Send for a ing 1 can present Assistant Postmaster was sample copy of the paper for full elected individual book keeper of particulars Write at once as the Mr Saffell will enter time is short bank the upon the discharge of his duties ENT on Monday and will make a good 01 the Condition of the efficient officer and Â¬ RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE DR W I KELLEY HANNEN -- ft HURSEY IN- - PHOENIX HOTSL DEALERS Wagons C arriages and Buggies Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS OF Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods ti ACVrtfrt mm kb ft VKskt HLVi flMMl 11 Â¬ YV m O tiQ Cfl CO m Â¬ CD et 11 WM iW Â¬ H MATTEM m H m Plitiiiiiler CD PS CD C m CDW a d rtSH a- - o mtm ll t o ojtfo P J CD Â¬ 1303 Sg p PCD mj Â¬ Sgp PQrqP oo STATEM l WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF w I11 Olden Times Deposit Bank of Frankfort At Close ot Business People overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and were satisfied with transient action but now that it is generally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual consti- Â¬ pation well informed people will not buy other laxatives which act for a time but finally injure the system U S Court DECX3MEE23 30 1S03 ASSETS Loans and Discounts Cash Duo from Banks Furniture Protest Real Estato Law Expense 35000 70 WJW W 00 1 12 Sent SMI DeclC ly SAPOLIO 7 109 Uww 287950 13 for a DOUBLE LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus Oltt Dividends Dividend No 51 3 per ct Expense contingent Individual Depositors Interest and Discount Tux MS 342ri 2322 ft W MM 3 51 5 Mar lK 4-FO- Uy BREECHLOADER UjS uH uo 287930 13 Shot Onus from WincHester Biles Breech Loadins Bines 200 925 to to 5000 11200 90 -- The United States Court met in this city Monday with a full docket Most of the time has been Net earnings for six months ending Applied as follows Dividend No CI Expense contlngtMit Interest and Discount To Surplus Tax H H Dec 30 1WJ 5777 no Â¬ 2822 00 WX 00 400 00 1000 125 self cocMne ReYoliers Mel Plated New Wincliester Repeatuis snot aan Model 1893 1688 Seal St Stamp for 00 pM Catalogae and Sat e 21 per sent 200 if Florida WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mean that tha Queen am Crescent Route li IT mllei ihortett Ktucin Cmtlnnati aiul Loilugtuni lliuilei iliurtot Cincinnati to lllr tninphumi Stmilu iliortest Cincinnati to New Orleani 109 uiilei tUortett Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or Jacksonville occupied in the trial of cases for the violation of the internal revenue laws but some important cases have also been disposed of The term will probably last until some time next week Slillohs Yitallzer Ih MM liiiw w GO GRIFFITH 5777 CJ SEMPLE Â¬ Main Street 1 LOUISVILLE KY day of DeclbSKl Correct WATSON Cashier Sworn and subscribed to before me this 30th U KKhNON Notary Public SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS S-TI V- - X J Attest UUFOHU llENUniCK Vice President ST12 ji Julj8 2t be paid Hunk f 1- - DIVIDEND what you nood A dlvldendof thiee 3 NOTICK will Yellow on the iiiiltnl stock otpercent or Dyspepsia Torpid Liver the DeiKvlt kin or Kidney Trouble It is guar Frankfort Ky on und niter Friday anteed to kIvo you satisfaction im Jan 6 2t Price 75c Sold by ty MoKeo Hardie Jan 6 Four weeks by our method teaching book keeping Is equal to twtlVrf weks by the old tle Portions KUiirauteMl und r certain condltiiiii Oar Tree fill ami HOpaije eat ilogues will explain ill Snd for them -- DrmmhonV Husliiusi Collect and fcclmol ol Shorthand and Telegraphy -- Nashville Tenn Cheap board Novae tMn Ente anytime Address J F Ditvuunov Pres Nashville fenii etwecn nil of the abnre points Through Cars to Ylcksbnrat anl Mirero Iort duly line runnliiK through cars Clnelnnatl to KnoxTille anj AsheiiUe X C Direct line to Texas ami Mexico via New Orleans or Ask agents about tours to California Krom Louisville via Shreveport Shelby vlllo and ncehurK illrfct ounuttlon ti maJo at JexIuijtoa with vcstilulcJ trains to all points Soutfi W C R1NEARSOK Agent Cincinnati O Gcal 1 Iarf Iaur QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v -- -- r CALL AND EXAMINE Tle 32ciarL37- Beaui ifu1 Tliin grs I liave to slio w for - RBnUH km to see tilings areid I 3nerelo3r I Iszio w eTrex3r one lilszesto call and let us slxo w and prie cne in srite Toea-u-tifvi- l e-vex-- HOLIDAY PRESENTS y yi my goods to foia3r -- voia- - 23emember ffl EVGRY ON6 IS MGLCOME 7lietlier 3tovl N IIEIjIGIOUS Baptist Church Public worship at the Baptist Church to morrow will be conducted at both services 11 a m and 7 p pastor raM or or and it is no goodsnot glre prices trovLlole to sliov BXTCSKIXL STBB7t fJh vm by RevW 0 Taylor the Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be conducted by Rev Father W E Gorey Â¬ 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 Sir We Would see Jesus night subject A Model Friend Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 Christian Church -- Rev George Episcopal Church Bishop Thos U Dudley will to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m who shot Robert Cogswell In the evening he will preach a Mrs Darlington at Graefenburg special sermon to young men last week was taken to Slielby- Â¬ Tuesday he First Presbyterian Church ville on Friday D D waived an examination and was Hev J McOlusky Blayney will occupy his pulpit to morrow at held over to the Circuit Court 11 and 730 The sacrament of the Lords Sup- Â¬ W L Coppersmith the per will be administered at the morn- Â¬ jeweler is now ready for ing service Christmas in his new quar Â¬ The Young Peoples Society of ters 22 7 St Clair street Christian Endeavor will meet in the 14 Lecture Room at 645 p m You are services conduct the regular L B MARSHALL Newman Esq then came forward W A GAINES and in a neat little speech intro- Â¬ Smith er Mr Daniel Smither duced the Hon B S Gaines died at his home in this city Wed- Â¬ orator of the occasion Mr Gaines nesday morning of pneumonia in his usual wity style did justice occasion predicting that The remains were taken to the to the ere another century h td passing country Thursday Jetts would be the capital of KenStedman At his home in the tucky and the United States Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Bulldofus Porks of Elkhom Wednesday share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased night Mr Alfred Stedman after A good line of both city and country property forsale at all times Recovers His Speech a lingering illness The deceased Alphonce Hempling of Summit OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET was the oldest son of the late township Butler Co Penn made an son Stedman and had for many affidavit that his twelve-year-ol- d John who had had St Vitus Dance for years been a merchant at the twelve years lost his speech was LOCUST FOR SALE His funeral took place completely cured after using three Forks Dr Miles Restorative bottles of yesterday Nervine and also recovered his FRAME Â¬ A TWO STORY DOUBLEConwa RESIDENCEÂ¬ on Cross street near Thin proper Thousands testify to fo Tichnok Mr T J Tichnor speech cures from using it for wonty has a very go lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ nerderful hood and will be sold at a low llgure 8 foot died Tuesday night at his home vous diseases dyspepsia nervous debility dullness confusion of mind to b9 in the Cedar Run neighborhood headache c Four doses of this The funeral took place Thursday Nervine cured Mrs W E Burns South Bend Ind who had been L B afternoon and the remains were suffering with constant headache for FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 FROM ele- Â¬ A Frankfort on a good turnpikeMILES with a brought to this city for interment three months Trial bottle and 4 road residence of b rooms 2 tenement houses 2 togant book free at J W Gayles FOE RENT Dontlis L 8 MARSHALL CO Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags POSTS Â¬ I wish buy two hundred looust posts delivered at Thorn Hill MABSHALL 1 FORSALE Â¬ Taken to Slielbyville Cedar Run tf invited Suckers iUr Rev H G We had fine weather for the will occupy his pulpit Henderson holidays to morrow morning and evening Sunday school meets at 930 a m Mr Sam Johnson and family The Epworth League will convene spent Christmas in Owen county in the class room at 7 oclock Our young folks enjoyed a nice Presbyterian Church dance on Christmas night at the Southern Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor residence of Mr Moses Spurgeon will occupy his pulpit to morrow Misses Barbara and Virgie morning at 11 and at 730 p m Thompson entertained their little Methodist Church The week of prayer will be ob served at the First Presbyterian Prayer meeting Church next week will bo held in the lecture room of the Church every afternoon during the week at 3 oclock Â¬ A Spcclnl Sermon Bishop T U Dudley will occupy the pulpit at the Episcopal Church to morrow morning and evening In the evening he will preach a special sermon to young men and everyone should hear him as he is one of the most de- Â¬ lightful preachers in the State All are invited to attend both ser- Â¬ vices Â¬ The presistent cough which usu Â¬ ally follows an attack of the grip can be permanently cured by taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy W A McGuire of McKay Ohio says La grippo left mo with a severe cough After using several different medi- Â¬ relief I tried Chamber cines without when troubled with colds or croup 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gaylo druggist lains Cough Remedy which effected a permanent cure I have also found it to bo without an equal for children friends on Thursday night of last week Mr W B Jones Miss Lutie Johnson Mrs Sherman Jones and Miss Sallie Jones are complaining of la grippe Mrs Martha Perhams family have the measels On the night of the 25th inst the tobacco barn on the farm of Dr B W Thompson near this It place was consumed by fire contained about twelve or fifteen acres of tobacco belonging to Mr Montague and a tenant by the TURNED WORK Montague had name of Reinfro STAIU WORK insurance while Reinfro 1300 AND ALL KINis OF fELl5 and Dr Thompson had none This is one time the poor tobacco lLOYI yap cant be charged with burning u j well a tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a r--the bam ihulMM half share of from Post Office on river front i iy f MfK9K0km A blocks public patronage Is solicited Our little city of Jett continues T CII0ATE Sept 2 ly Her enter to push to the front prising citizens have arranged for the reports of the U S Signal fcnH Uu ko r aca s e i un e M Service and on Monday erected a t w i u w o t cTONIC An beautiful pole for the display of Soldaoreeablo Laxativo and NERVE2fic60o by Druggists or sent by mail OF THE rillli REGULAR MEETING be hold at STOCK After the pole had and 5100 por package Samples freo the flags tho of L holders of this bank will said bank on Tues of the The Favorlto TOOTS T0WS1B mi ft for tho Teeth and Breath Stto llce of the PresidentJanuary 1891 All tho stock been hoistsd the stars and stripes day the Oth day of JAW fl w In together with the cold wave flag For sale by W McKee Hardie holders should be representedHOGEperson or by CIIAS E proxy Cashier were thrown to the breeze Daniel Jan28 lv Dec lC t d HALLS OLD STAND I Messrs Carter and Bee Smiley of Bridgeport were the guests of Misses Mary and Louise Thom FOR SALE asson Monday f TORY TWO 14 acresBRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM of Tills A nice social was given Friday Is good property and land In Bridgeport Is offered at a bargain night of last week by Miss Florence Thomas There was a large crowd present and was en- IFIFTEEN 15 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we joyed by all are authorized to bell for three hundred and fifty dollars Miss Carrie Wyatt of Shelby county is visiting relatives and friends in this neighboihood LoACRES Mr Thos Tichnor died at the A FINE FARM OF 210 FrankfortFINELY goodÂ¬ on u cated 8 miles from of is son in law Mr Q turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi residence rooms and dence of rooms u R Smith on January 4th aged all other 5necessary tenement of four This land Is Improvements In a high state of cultivation the Improvements 6 years are in line condition niui In order to make a UUIck sale will be offered at a bargain Preaching at Cedar Church Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock by the regular pastor Rev HV Moore FARM ACRES WELL IM On Wednesday of last week A GARDEN locatedOF 121 good turnpike road 3 proved on a Mr Frank Thomas of Cedar miles from Frankfort Run and Miss Luiie Davis of Shelby county were united in the holy bonds of wedlock at the residence of the brides father Mr G B Davis near Slielbyville at I oclock p m The ceremony was performed by the Rev T J Thompson pastor of the Ever j green Church after which the ANt happy couple returned accompa- Â¬ nied by relatives and friends to HOGSHEAD FACTORY the residence of the grooms father Mr R W Thomas where a grand supper was awaiting them PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL and the evening was pleasantly HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congletoii Bros I am prepared to furnish spent The neighbors and friends heartily congratulate them and DOORS SASH BLINDS wish the young couple a long and FRAMES happy life SHINGLES all other neces Â¬ LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND sary improvements All of the iinprovementfl Including the fencing on this property ure new street Soutn Frankfort known us the Hnnnii property This property hns large grounds lino and in ilrst class condition This farm has a shade tiees and Is u very desirable locution quantity of flue tobacco land and would also make a first class stock farm It also has a young either for a home or boarding house peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit bacco and stock barns beside FOR SALE with residence tenement houses stock and to Â¬ bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary Improvements Thw land l mostly in timber ami grass aim will make a good tobacco or ktock farm It Is offered at a bargain 1 35000 A FARM OF 100 125 OR 150 ACRE3 8 MILES from Frankfort on a good turnpike road Â¬ FOR SALJEL FOR RENT RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD on Saelby street now occupied by Mrs It 0 Longmoor Possession given about 1st of December I S 81 Â¬ THE rl ii 181 Â¬ FORSALE B FOR RENT FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This propeny Is In good repair and we are authorized to rent It at A 15 pei month L MARSHALL THE CO VyriEIEIECXjr r1i M M i PLANING MILL -- i M Courier - Journal la u ten page eight column Democratic News Â¬ paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTER60N Is the Editor gg Frio a 1 A Year gg 1 The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample copies of the paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to COURIER - JOURNAL LOUISVILLE THE CO KY f utis Vsauua Finish For a f House ROUNDABOUT i AND THE -- WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 190 Ky will bo sent one year to any address for Address GEO A LEWIS Â¬ Kiankfort NOTICE -- STRAYEDorSTOLEN STRAYED OR WAS STOLEN FROM llo miles from Eminence on the Slielbyville pike on December 7 lBJJ one BLACK IIORsE live Jenrn old hind fuct white bushy inane considerable white In face Will pay liberal rewind for the return of the horse or hi formation by which I can get him O OKENNEY dec2S St milKItK 1 my place Vt Â¬ Â¬ N Viti i I WE Going to Aslilaml Mr F W Keyes who has for Wliile tliey can X2TVITEj gret What they need in -- tlie benefit of our Xjo w Prices Note a few of the items below 4rL X i X i TO CALL AND PURCHASE our line 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 Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe Flue Pipe Doors Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets J p P M A COLLINS an J stage business are novel and effective It is an admirably constructed comedy admirably staged and admirably acted from Mr Goodwins character to the small- Â¬ est part in the cast The entire company are fitted with cood oarts and all do A thorough justice to them Gilded Fool will no doubt receive a warm welcome here At the Opera House Wednesday January 10 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Opposite the Farmers Bank The Firat of the Season The first of a series of hops to be given by the Assembly Ball Club during the winter took place at the Capital Hotel on Thursday night It was largely attended a Â¬ the past two years been with the South Gayle Co IeCompte Side druggists hast resigned his position and will leave Monday Week for Ashland where he will brilliant success and greatly enHe joyed by the members of the go into business for himself has picked a live goahead town Legislature and other strangers for a location and we trust the within our gates to say nothing Co will im of our home people The music new firm of Keyes bbe the spirit of enterprise which was furnished by Saxtons orchesprevails there and grow right tra from Lexington along up with the place Joslnli Allens Wife For Re election A Mr Keyes is a first class drug The famous authoress of My OpinBobbetts Sheriff R D Armstrong an- ions and Betsy freedom from states gist an excellent chemist and an colds that she owes her all around good fellow whom we nounces himself in another column and general good health during the Hales winter season to the heartily recommend to the good as a candidate for re election Household Ointmentuse of Dr she re which people of Ashland As he has made a good officer he gards as the greatest medicine of the age Old Dr Hale having been her deserves the endorsement of a physician years ago gives her great Next Week confidence in an 01 ur times House- Â¬ second term hold remedies the best in the world d Sold by PH Carpenter The City Council contested Physicians Puzzled election case was to have come After The Ball Many persons are unable to sleep up before the Circuit Court on he cause has on their left side Tuesday upon a motion of the long been a puzzle to physicians After the Ball with Robt E speak with great Metropolitan Democratic claimants to dissolve interest of papersFranklin Miles Graham in the stellar role will re Dr the injunction gotten out against the eminent Indiana specialist in ceive its first production in this who heart them by the Republicans upon nervous and that this diseases arises city to night The piece has has proven habit face of the papers by from a diseased heart He has ex- Â¬ been played through the South but the amined and kept on record thousands agreement of counsel the matter of cases His New Heart Cure a and according to all accounts has was postponed until next Wednes- wonderful remedy is sold at J W made a success After the hoiiBands testify to its Gayles it is thought the case value as a cure for Heart Disease Ball is an adaptation from the day when Mrs Ohas Boney Loveland Col may come up upon its merits and says its effects on her were marvelous French of M Pontin by Joseph be disposed of Elegant book on heart disease free 4 M Herbert the actor It is decase is The mayoralty contest farcical scribed as a legitimate Nat Goodwin Coming on the equity docket and is likely comedy and must have been Mr Nat C Goodwin the talentto be called up at any lime broad in the original version ed and genial comedian will sig- Â¬ judging from the story but in Mr The New Post Office Force nalize his engagement in this city Grahams version all of the doubt v by the production of a new come ful passages have been eliminated Mr Sam B Holmes the newly dy written for him by Henry Guy In the first act there is a scene appointed Postmaster in this city Carleton and entitled A Gilded thai forms the starting point for will probably take charge of the Fool The play has already all the ensuing fun The trouble His assist- Â¬ office about the 15th been seen in all the large cities for the hero is caused by his ants so far as selected will be and its success has been so great promising to marry two girls at the Mr Louis D Craig Assistant that the comedian has made it the same time and place Mr Gra- Â¬ Postmaster and Miss Katie Hallo prominent feature of his present ham who is well known in Chica ran Stamp Clerk Other changes tour laying aside for the present go as a clever and droll comedian in the office force will be made the other pieces in his repertoire is said to play his part with a but he will not be in a hurry A Gilded Fool was presented great deal of animation and spirit Miss Halloran is alabout it in New York at the big Fifth The cast will include Misses ready in the office learning the Avenue Theatre for a run of four Fanny Dudley Rose Beaudet duties of her new position and weeks It caught the popular Carrie Francis Brenton Thorpe Mr Craig will go in later on fancy at once and the crowds that J M Herbert Cyril Young and A New Orunge thronged the heatre were so large others equally as well known the orchestra was banished Assistant Adjutant General F that from its usual abiding place to B Richardson has been introduc- Â¬ ing a new orange into this market make room for more chairs Then which was grown in his grove in the run was extended four weeks fhe end of that time the m Florida It is called the Parson and at was withdrawn in the height Brown and is a grafted orange of play splendid flavor and russet coat It of its popularity because it was Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Soro Throat Sold by all Drutreists on a Guarantee is a delightful fruit for table use and impossible to secure more time for For a Lame Side Back or Chet Shilohs Porous Plaster will give great atifaction 35 cents when once tried will supplant all it in the house ViTALIZER In A Gilded Fool Mr Good- MrsSHILOHS Chattanooga Turin saya other oranges in the estimation of T S HawUlns Shilohs rttallzerXAVED MY LIFE 1 every housekeeper They are for win plays a part that is peculiarly consider it the best remedy far a debtlttated siistem I ever used For Dyspepsia Livor or Kidney sale by all fruit dealers in the city adapted to his abilities as an actor trouble It excels Price 75 cts and you want to call for the Par- which are by no means restrictt d HJLOHVATARRH to humorous or farcical work As son Brown when purchasing REMEDY Chauncy Short theGilded Fool Remedy itwlll Havavou Catarrh Try this 50 Now TryThls This In and Cure you he is called on to act in scenes of relieve for ta successful Prleo cts furnlsnod treatment lector Shlloha Remedies are sold by us oa a free It will cost you nothing and will pure pathos and he shines as guarantee to givo satisfaction surely do you good if you have a brightly in this field as in the For sale bv VV McKee Hardie cough cola or any trouble with HALLS OLD STAN He forces his Jan28lv realm of comedy throat chest or lungs Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs audiences at will to laugh and and colds is guaranteed to give relief The play has or money will bo paid back Sufferers weep alternately from la grippo found it just the thing a story with a motive which can Â¬ and under its use had a speedy and gry a sample not be said of many so called Eorfect at recovery X3Io our expense and learn for It abounds in dramatic good a thing it is comedies yourself just how OV SKVKN ItOOMS LOCATED A l 14 UUIU4U IIVU ill UJU4 LH j interests bright and crisp full of r HOUSB on Comti trot south side lato offered for drug store Largo size 50c apply ters spaikling lines and the situations sale at atfbargain For term Wf COHMWKLL 1 3 Oot7 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FULL WINTER OF- - STUCK BOOTS SHOES --AT- HATS CAPS fl I M CLUHE I We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked At our goods Wu know what you need have the goods and will please you Â¬ R K MXLURE SON x issgja BTSHILOHS 1 t851 CURE JBEBBgaggaBcz Â¬ Â¬ S 1 1 FOR SALE use smd mot V 8 iJ nmm l f w Nothing Reserved IjXj OT7Z ran Last Resort Between our expectations and realizations stand nearly 1000 faultless and fashionable pa Eta EU RsiBariarinnanaRnRnnRLiBnRnnsi F5d uaEaEacaEBEatjaciaeaEaEaiaaiPa Pit 1 SHOES 8 Ea t3a cacaEuuucaiaaiauugiaaEuiaaiauttsi rsnKiaRaraRnRBannRLiRciReiRBiRia 1 iM EucaeaEaauak2UfcatfauaLatai2HUaw2yk2aiiai2iii 3 XT A TCI na ga EQ EC ss Eaai2aLacaaLJBaEaeiaiJaLJai2a nVXULSt C3r HATS HATS and 250 Derby Hats good shapes choice All our 2 ua Ea rnnncaRiariar5utriin3BnEiariari5ra5inriararjircii EuueiEacaEaeataLJaEUEaEaEueuEiafiaEacaEal leaEaEaiiataEaEaeaEaEaeuEaEaEaEaEUtfa Unsold Bright prospects have turned to disappointing realities We had hoped to You know of the stumbling blocks in the way double our business this season Youve had your reasons for saving your money your neighbor has had his and thus our hopes were hlasted But well untie those purse strings Weve made a sacrifice that you must appreciate an offering that you must improve or you 11 forfeit all claim to being prudent and provident To day we put on sale these suits and ask you to help yourselves for Â¬ Mens Suits ca3iic3r3iar53raFjaRarinnarnF5ni3iarjnBaFaEnRiarniSHr2inin IUaEa2UlttauataEacaUaEaEaEakIaEaEaEaBa EU EC1 vvemusiGeiRiaof Tnem -4- 1 ca Got Too Many Here are the Prices 200 Ladies Fine Hand sewed Bennett Bcnard 5 and 6 Shoes Choice now for EaEaEaEauaEaEacaBaaakzaEaEacaEaEauaEUEaHaEacia One J5 X dollar Ea 12a About 250 pairs of Ladies Calf Pebble Grain and Kid Button Shoes Sold for gi 50 and 175 Come and take your choice for All Dunlaps Stiff Hats and other first class makes were 450 Come and take your and 5 choice for uaLaEaEaEaEaizaLaacaEaEacauacaiaaEaEaiaaGaQaisa Hundreds of them are 15 and 16 suits and every 13 50 and 1250 Fancy Cnssi mire and Cheviot suit in the house is included together with some Black and Blue Cheviots We dont want to talk about the loss dont want to think about it We screwed our courage up to the sticking point and drove the knife to the hilt Its our duty that has spilt these prices Its your duty to Three All Crushers were 150 and Come and take your choice for One is 3 X Doll ars TEZTHK 2 About 225 Banister Torry fine Calf and Kangaroo Hand Dollar MENS OVERCOATS 16 15 14 13 1250 Choice NOW for 10 sold for Take your choice Sewed 650 and 7 i4 MQei Hock Ilavcn Slams GRUTGHER TO CALIFORNIA STARRS ANNOUNCP SIENTS Â¬ Metier isranesKXffi Starts v lighted visitors who will unani inously agree that the Pacific Coast is worth many times the time and money spent to visit it in its return of delightful climate mellow sunlight wondrous growth of vegetation and the heretofore unheard of net work of industries connected with fruit raising and the shipping of the product In order to give an opportunity for everybody to visit this wonder- Â¬ Cali- Â¬ land during the Exposition Cres fornia rates via the Queen cent ivouie nave ueen reuuecu and every one nay find the cost of such a trip within his means Mr John C Moore the owner As for equipment it is the only of Rock Haven will make some line by which you can travel from much needed repairs on his tavern Cincinnati to San Francisco absoin the near future lutely without change Tourist Bradley had one of sleeping cars run every two weeks Mr Thos his thumb pulled off some days through from Cincinnati to San Solid vestibuled trains ago from which he suffered great- Francisco twice a day from Cincinnati to iy is Miss Nannie Baker will teach a New Orleans where connection made with through trains and subscription school at the depot Pullman sleepers daily to Caliduring the winter fornia points Through car service Brother Burdin will preach at to either New Orleans or Shreve the Benson Church next Saturday port making direct connection for Kphriam and Sunday Texas Mexico and California From Louisville through trains About a year ago I took a violent make direct connection at Lexingattack of la grippo I coUghed day and night for about six weeks my ton with solid vestibuled service to wife suggested I try Chamberlains New Orleans Cough Remedy At first I could see Send to us for further par- Â¬ no difference bub still kept taking it Ask agents for rates and soon found that it was what I ticulars needed If I got no relief from one schedules and other information dose I took another and it was only or address W C Rinearson G a few days- until I wrts free from the P A Cincinnati O cough I sthink people in general ought to know the valuo of this remedy and I take pleasure in ac Â¬ Karls Clover Koot the new Blood knowledging the benefit 1 have re Â¬ Pwiflor gives freshness and clear Â¬ Madison Mustard ness to the Complexion and cures ceived from it Otway Ohio 25 and 50 cent bottles Consumption 25c 50a and 100 22 for sale by J W Gayle drnggist For sale by W McKee Hardie Â¬ Â¬ - Dan Moore will have a walk over for County Judge I never saw I such unanimity of sentiment dont find anybody opposed to liim The health of this community isbadat the present time and the doctors are reaping a harvest Mr Bud Sudduth was seriously hurt the other day by his horse throwing him Mrs Mahala Polsgrove is quite Her daughter Mrs ill with grip James Hodges of Lexington has been summoned to her bedside The Constables bee is buzzing in the bonnet of Sam Hullette The Land of Sunshine Fruit Ami Flowers Well there is nothing like it old is there is nothing like boy that a real good constable in my knowlThe Midwinter Exposition edge and I trust if you get the already much talked of bids fair place you will do your whole to rival the great fair that has just duty and nothing else closed at Chicago not in size From present appearences I am perhaps but certainly so in inclined to believe that Old Squire originality in richness and in deÂ¬ Â¬ Tlie 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 FULL STQCK OF Utlll UUHL L3JJVLIUIIV lUi OI HII suuject to tne action 01 tne uemocratic party between Cincinnati New York We are authorized to announce 11 F SHOW Ornamental Trees ALTER and Boston running through county as iicindldate for Jailor of Franklin Fruit subject to the action of the Democratic solid to these cities without change party Grape Vines Asparagus Composed of Elegant of cars SMALL FRUITS SHHUBS and everything usually For Assessor Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars found In a nursery establishment We sell direct to the planter We are authorized to announce JAS Library and Cafe Car and Hotel OCONNOIt us a candidate for AssessorDESMOND application uud have noucents Catalogue on U F UILLENMKYEB of Frank Oct 2l 8n lin Lexington Ky Dining Car it has become famous cancounty Subject to the action of the Republi party in all of its appoint- Complete ments it is to day king of the Midland For County Judge road S lortestatidnutolcest between We are authorized to announce Squire DAN a candidate for County It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m MOOItE as subject to the action of Judge of Frank lin county the Democratic CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT daily from Central Union Station party Dec 9 te Only direct line between all j with making connections For County Attorney through trains from the South and Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car lands passengers in New York Wdare authorized to announce RJBRT D County FRANK IN as a candidate lisle Majsville Cyatbiaa Fal Â¬ City at Grand Central Station or Franklin county subject for the actionAttorney to of the party Democratic avoiding ferry transfer mouth and tagton When you go East take this For SherlU ASK FOIt TICKETS VIA KV MIDLAND train D B MARTIN General Pass Â¬ We are authorized to announce R D ARM STRONG as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin nRUNBYGHSTAIVDAIlDTIME enger and Ticket Agent county subject to the action of the Democratic TIME TABLE NOV W 1B93 E O McCORMICK Passen party November 1891 A M M P M ger Traffic Manager TRAIN3 B A8T No 1 No 3 No 7 10 8t Lv Frankfort A 700 400 100 Chicago via Monon Reduced Lv Summit 710 400 110 Lv Elkhorn 711 Christinas and New 412 125 W L COPPERSMITH I We are authorized to announce MINUS 7IL LIAMS as u candidate for re election to the ofllce of Jailer of Franktlln coutity subject to the action of the Democratic party I5 te We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as a candidate for Jailor nf Franklin county For Tailor Orchard Lawn Garden -- 1M J Â¬ Â¬ Kentucky Ry I XB Â¬ a 51 M I 1 iwffi mi m Â¬ i REMOVED I I I V ear Rates C Ky and TheL N A Monon Route will sell tickets on Dec 33 24 25 30 31 and Jan 1st REMOVED HIS JEWELRY ESTAIILlSlt rnent across fit Clair street Into the room formerly occupied by George Keasors drugstore where he has opened a full and complete line of LvSwltzer Lv stamping Ground Lv Duvall at one and one third of the Jewelry Watches Clocks Diamonds goods before Call and including Chicago and chasing examinerepairingand pricesexecuted pur points Watch promptly W L COPPERSMITH stations on the C H DBig 4 lec9 tt Frankfort Ky I D W L E St L L N TIME TABLE M Vandalia O and Wabash R Rs account of the Holidays The following time table is now in Tickets good returning -- until effect upon the L fc N rond T1IAINB WEST January 2d No231oaveBFrnnkfort For students holding endorse- Â¬ No tm first class limited fare to all local k Â¬ Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Furls - 730 758 742 740 808 810 I 718 729 B 420 431 488 443 460 617 DV3 140 200 210 COO 0 I 820 830 A 620 640 300 320 335 345 400 440 20 235 M V M TRAINS WEST Lv INo 2 No 4 ment from Principal of School College or Seminary limit will be extended to January 11 Finest trains and only Dining Car Service between the Falls and Windy Cities are operated by the celebrated Monon Route Details accorded on written applications to E Bacon G P A Louis ville KvorF T Reed G PI A Chicago III 17 lenvefl No 21 leaves No 19 loaves Frankfort Frankfort Frankfort 950 a m 255 p m 785 pm 550 am Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Centervllle Newtown O S Depot Georgetown Duvall Purls Elizabeth f B A M IM INo8INolit Johnson Swltzor Stamping Ground Elkhorn Summit Frankfort A 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1150 1202 1210 015 920 928 940 005 eoo 001 012 G30 610 4f8 525 645 655 7 08 035 642 648 749 800 810 830 8C0 600 730 715 721 925 905 915 TBAINBEABT A connects with L B connects with Q C ti 0 1020 a m Nol81oavoH Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort 453 pm SUNDAY TRAINS 7U5 pm No 24 arrivos Frankfort Lvo Frankfort 945 a in Arr Georgetown 1040 No 22 leaves Frankfort 855 pm a in p Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort 1210 in No 20 will stop at Anohornge and The Kentucky Midland Hallway and connecOhristiansburg pnssengors for for tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west Lexington and points beyond For further Information apply to their agents Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lngrango D E B WEITZEL for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot O Gen BEltCAW City Ticket Agent Iass Agt at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branoh GEOB IIARPER Gen Supt connects with K 0 and LS Â¬ jm