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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w XmWWVTtfWftTWi I w t Tee VOL I Mmfort A Romdaboiit TERMS i GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advance NO 19 m XVII FKANKFOKT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY JANUARY 13 1894 Highest of all in Leavening Power W vasf m A Summer Day leave the flowery dells ABSOLUTELY PURE t R r n s Aurora gooddess of the dawn The sable veil of night hath drawn And PhcebuB with his charging steeds Across the vault of heaven speeds The merry birds once mora awake Their morning bath In dew drops take Then from the dripping grass they spring To plume their wings and softly sing The squirrel leaps from tree to tree Among the leaves his form you see Or from the forrest dense and dark Comes echoes of bis playful bark All natue seems to smile and sing Till man forgets his every sting And only feels with swelling breast That etn on earth his life is 6lessed But restless time moves ever on And with him fades the rosy morn The sun drinks up the sparkling dew From every rose and lolet blue The busy bee now wings his flight To sunny fields and meadows bright Where through the long and sultry hours He sips the nectar from the flowers P The scorching sun now high oer head His brightest rays to earth hath speed But seems to linger for a space As If to seek a resting place The cattle leave the pastures green To hide behind some friendly screen Where as the hours slowly die They stand and fight the hungry fly The tired bird has ceased to sing The bee files home on weary wing The squirrels to the shadows creep And nature seems to fall asleep The shawdows neath the trees grow tall The sun becomes a fiery ball And from the west his parting glance Awakes the world as from a trance person to the Legislature a copy of these resolutions and by nil BILLIARDS AND POOL honorable ways to aid in securing the ends herein set out CHAS G PAYNE The resolutions were heartily Billiards and Pool seconded in a warm speech by Tie Club Main Sheet Mr Angus Allmond and were The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys attached The chair appointed adopted a committee consisting of Messrs CONFECTIONER W W Bowden Allmond and JOHN R TODD Thum the same three who fought Manufacturing MorriF of Jefferson county W so hard for the capital removal to Confectioner L Dulaney of Warren county bring the resolutions to this city Gen D W Lindsey and Dr E 41 St Clair Street and present them to the Legisla- Uome mude Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream E Hume of Franklin county nndSodu Water In season Cigars and Tobacco ture Near new bridge They are to meet the first TuesDRUGS day in July to organize and are State op Ohio City op Toledo B Luoas County authorized to employ a secretary Frank J Obeeney makes oath that W H AVERILL Is the firm at 1200 a year also to employ he F the senior partner of business of J Cheney Co doing Druggist assistants and architects in the city of Toledo county and State Main Street opp City Hall It shall be the duty of this aforesaid ofand that said firm will pay one hundred dollars for A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a the sum board to put in repair and com each and every case of Catarrh that specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions can not be oared by the use of Halls compounded at all hours plete the State House and public Catarrh Cure CO NO W R WILLIAMS Frank J Cheney offices on the Capitol Square at a Sworn to before me and subscribed cost not exceeding Druggists 1000000 in my presence this 6th day of De- Â¬ cember A D 1886 The bill goes into details about A W GLE ASON 314 Main Street Notary Public letting of contracts and the nature J SEAL Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all To enable Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken inter hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles of the improvements the board to carry out the object nally and acts directly upon the blood FLOUR AND FEED and mucous surface of the system and purposes of the act there is Send for testimonials free DONALDSON F J CHENEY CO Toledo O REOCK appropriated out of any money in iSrSold by all druggists 75cents Flour Meal Feed and Treasury not otherwise approCountry Produce priated during the fiscal year Ftncel Block South Side 1894 5 the sum of 100000 and Oysters Fish anl Game In season Choice Pickles and Preserves 200000 each for the four succeeding fiscal years and 100000 LIVERY The members the fifth year MANGAN DARNELL are to receive no compensation but will be allowed mileage at the Fine Livery Terms Reasonable rate allowed members of the Gen eral Assembly 219 Main Street Baking snpSTB Business and Professional Directory -- LAWYERS CHAS T RAY Powder Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Office In the Hume Building WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ and chase and sale of real estate collection ot rents claims and the negotiation of loans h Â¬ U a Â¬ WJ CHINNJR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts tloor Custom House NEWSDEALER Office tt a second J Fine Stationery Periodic lis of all kinds Fancy Goods GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street PAINTERS Â¬ m W B BRTDGEFORD The Painter 10 hand Â¬ St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Â¬ BINS P T A E T T P WINES GEO B SALENDER Bridge Saloon wlne and L11U0r 45 St Clair Street scfJityCallfornn Wlnes a The milch cons And slowly come with tinkling bells To where the calves Impatient wait Beside the old time milking gate The plomnnii leads bis weary team Beside u cool refreshing stream And as the horses slowly drink He sings beside the grassy brink Purple glows the western skies The fading daylight slowly dies And oer the world that gently yields The power of slumber softly steals liOUISVILIiE COMMERCIAL CLUB Is for a Capital Appropriation Strong Last June just after the fight for the capital location in the Legislature the Roundabout said -JWIV w1 kn uinB UUWV1 VV1IUIII J C l It i i III FOR A NEW CAPITOIi Sills Introduced on Wednesday to Make the Appropriation i i f v IF ji ri On Wednesday two bills were introduced in the Senate to pro- Â¬ vide for the erection of a new State Capitol building in this city One was presented by Sen- Â¬ ator Thos H Hays of Louisville and the other by our own Senator Hon W W Stephenson That introduced by Senator Haysprovides for the construction of another wing west wing to the Capitol It provides that be appropriated out of any money on hand or that may come into the Treasury not other- Â¬ wise appropriated Commissioners are to be appointed to contract for and conduct the improvement The commissioners are authorized to consider and include in any contract they may make the labor of convicts requiring the contractor to pay a reasonable hire for them to be deducted out of the amount to be paid to the contractor Senator Stephensons bill makes provision for the completion and erection of Capitol buildings It for the incorporation as a provides body politic to be known as the it further Resolved That these resolutions Board of State House Com- Â¬ be spread upon the minutes of the missioners of R P Jacobs of Boyle county George V Payne meeting that a copy thereof be given for publication to the press At No 319 Main Street near of Scott county Ephraim Sayre of Louisville and Frankfort and of Fayette county George W that a committee of three be ap- State National Bank Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ members of the Louisville Commercial Club and now we want to take it all back and swear we never said them At the regular monthly meeting of that body on Tuesday evening Mr M B Bowden president of the club presented the resolutions given below and left the chair to make a speech in support of the Now in dress goods You can save same OeiElt on every dress pattern that you will buy The resolutions areas follows my as 1 Whereas It was by the last spring must make room for stock Legislature settled that the State Capital shall remain at Frankfort - LOT And whereas The necessities A - SPECIAL of public business and the dignity Of vests for ladies marked down of the State alike require more to 20 25 cents worth 40 cents modern commodious and impres- dozens of nice plain white handsive capital buildings than the kerchiefs for children or ladies at unfinantiquated inconvenient 2 cents each worth 5 cents ished and unsightly structures now at Frankfort and Whereas Buildings adequate THE 10 GENT COUNTER to the needs and commensurate with the dignity of the Common- Of Hamberg Edgings are still on wealth can be erected without an sale and they are VERY VERY THE 10 CENT COUN- Â¬ increase of the present low tax cheap TER of white goods striped and rate therefore be it Resolved By the Commercial ci oss barred are the best values Club of Louisville that the pres- ever offered in Frankfort ent Legislature be requested to provide out of the State revenue for the necessary number of years a fund for the erection at Frank- Â¬ On all cloaks for children for this fort of capital buildings and for a week only suitable commission to take charge of the erection of the same and it Â¬ lSJ can Duy yur unuerwear hosiery blankets comforts flannels in any grade skirts shawls or anything that you may want now at the former prices with the This is a saving above discount for you So bring your money and I will see that you will go away perfectly satisfied A New State House The Evening Post publishes toIs the hit of the times It suits day the figures relative to receipts the rich as well the poor and expenditures taken from the books of the Auditor These show that the Governors estiIs taken off on a11 woolen goods mate of a surplus is an error and m mm uum sale Bob Coming Back Home Mr Frank W Keyes who has been with the LeCompte Gayle Co South Side druggists for the past five years leaves the first of the week for his future home in Ashland and Messrs LeCompte Gayle Co have secured as his successor Mr Robert W Tilford an old lime Frankfort boy whose smiling countenance will be seen behind their counter and prescrip- Â¬ tion case on Monday Bobs old friends here will be glad to welcome him back and hope he has come home to stay as he is one of the most popular young men who ever left this city to seek his fortune Â¬ Â¬ Great Bargains 25 2er of a reduc- Â¬ practicable tion of taxes not But jt is possible with existing revenues to do two needed things trusting to an increase in icceipts as the tax machine ry works with more ease The first is a better provision for the care of the insane This State has undertaken to provide for these unfortunate people and it must do it wisely fully faith Â¬ his recommendation fully M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 20 Per Cent Off prominent contractor and builder of Adams N Y was a great smoker The Evening Post puts this for years He liked his qigar but did suggestion before this Legislature not like the serious throat trouble that because it believes that at last we shapebegan to come upon him in the of a bunch or growth As he body of expressed it he was afraid he was have a representative men careful of the interests of the going to have a Grant throat At in taxation A Next the people of the State demand a new State house The capital is fixed at Frankfort The agitation for a removal has done great injury to that city and hav ing thus suffered and now suffer ing from the location of the peni tiary it is only just that the State build there a capital worthy of our people This does not mean the begin ning of years of extravagance Complete plans should be selected and full estimates be made and the whole cost counted The work should be finished in five years and a handsome house fitted for the needs of the State and a specimen of modern architecture as exhibited at Chicago can be built without any increase Â¬ m Killed Instantly A convict by the name of VVm riolcomb was standing under some shafting in the chair factory Tuesday when a- hanger gave way letting the shafting fall It struck Holcomb squarely on top of the - 4 k Â¬ Â¬ head crushing his skull and killing him instantly Holcomb was a twenty one year man sent from Letcher county for murder and had served nine years Â¬ Wm II Wheeler Household Ointment applying it directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A Shilous Cure the Great Cough and few weeks of this treatment entirely Croup Cure is for salt by us Pocket cured tho bad throat and Mr Wheel Â¬ slzo contains twenty five doses only er states that it worked a most won Â¬ 21 25o Children love it derful cure in his caso and that ho re gards Dr Hales Household Ointment LADIES as the groatest medicine of the 19th Needing a tonic or children who wont buildin up should tako century It cures all inflammation BROWNS IKON UlTTERS 26c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen It Is pleasant cures Malaria Indigestion - State and proud of its history Louisville Post this stage he began using Dr Hales Biliousness Liver Complaints and Neuralgia ters drug store a m 11 in ms 0 H Taylor recently ap by President Oloveland Dr J Ed Ray of Paris was in the United States Minister to Bolivia city Monday While will visit tho city Jan 23 bo tho guest of Presl Mrs John Weitzel and children are here ho will -- Onirics I A - JfoWm dent J H Jackson State Normal visiting in Louisville School Mr Frank Moore of Lexingtonwas in the city Monday Deaths Mr R Leo Suter of Louisville was in tho city Thursday Kerry Mr Louis A Berry lPfaO rOH A CftSC IT WILL NOT CURE Mr James M Saflell is visiting si died at lus home in Versailles AnntrrccabloLnxntlvonnrtNEUVE TONIC Sold by nrnfTKistsor Sue 50c by relatives in Voroailles yesterday after a protracted illness nnd SlOO Dor packagesent mnllfree Samples EOOXH TOWMtB Mrs Russell Sneed has returned of dropsy aged The AW 1Ttffe The Fnvorfto 43 years JHWfcrthoTcctliandlireatliyoc from a visit to Louisville was a brother of Mrs For sale by W McKee Hardie deceased Mr John Welch of Nicholasvillo HALLS OLD STAND James M Saffell of this city and Jnn28 It spent Monday in this city Mrs Mary Half spent Friday last had many friends in this county For Assess r The family are truly unfortunate Wo tiro authorized to announce LEWH A in Louisville with friends JHARROn as n candid ito for tftfesorot Franklin Miss Maggie Clay of Paris visited for only a short time ago Mr county subject to tho action ol the Democratic party Miss Lutio Ware last week Higbee a brother-in-laof Mrs Mrs John Crumbaugh is very ill at Sftell diedandnowfor the second Will Run Acnin her home on Holmes street time within a few weeks she is Miss Nellie Hagerty of Lexington Judge Ben G Williams our called to stand by the open grave is with relatives in this city present County Judge announces Miss Jennie Du vail returned Satur Â¬ of a loved one himself in another column as a day from a visit to Louisville Kennedv Mts Catherine Ken candidate for re election He has Mrs Margaret Taylor is lying very nedy wife of Mr Frank Kennedy made a faithful and efficient officer ill at her home on Broadway died at the residence of her hus and asks an endorsement at the Miss Katie Nickles left Saturday band on Campbell street Sunday hands of his party for Louisville to visit her Bister 1 Mrs Caswell Bennett returned from morning aged 33 years after a Founded Upon Facts Louisville on Saturday evening lingering illness with consumption Mrs R H Qayle has leturned from The deceased was a sister of Few of thethou ands who have a visit to her brother in Danville meloB and J T Larkin witnessed the Armerican Messrs W Mr G R Sneed has gone to St and leaves to the care of her drama The Power of the Press Louis and will probably locate there the play heart broken husband five small have realized thatof actual is but events Miss Jennye McDonald went to a reproduction Louisville Tuesday to spend a few children which happened in New York Her funeral took place Monday City a few years ago and that its days from the Catholic characters and scenes are the Mrs A M Knott of Louisville is afternoon visiting the family of Mr R K Mc Church and the remains were results of the life studies of tl e Olure author Manager Augustus Pitou laid to rest hi the cemetery Mr Pitou in reading a leading Is Mr Sam Bush of Louisville spent ont of tlit best in the State and tft art prepared totura Pieffer The infant child of New York daily paper a few years Sunday with his sister Mrs Geo Berry Mr Lewis Pieffer died Monday ago was struck by the recital made out on short notice Mr Henry Hukill of Lexington night at the home of its parents therein of certain evidence presented before the Governor of the visited relatives here the first of t e v Mrs Wiley Shaw died State going to show the innocence Shaw week recently released Mr J Allen Stout of Louisville has Fridav night of last week at the of a prisoner from HngSing alter having served been visiting relatives in thiB city home of her husband at Duclcer an unjust sentence of seven years this week station after a lingering illness in that institution iv ivaiie vj r misses Tri s ureer ana ivate r ytu consumption The funeral Curiosity led him to follow up flirAtf sl n1l ridltinrv valnfilaa in X tool Pace Sunday and the remains the story and the persons it conLouisville in cerned and bit by bit he built up Mr Sain B Holmes and wife enter- - were brought to the cemetery the real story of the lives of the tained the Matrimonial Club at cards this city for interment X X X V characters which he has brought X X X X last evening I he into the play he has called Births Mr D Murray of Denver Colorado Power of the Press in honor of waB the guest of Miss Rose Critten the service done in the cause of Tobin In this city on Sunday den last week January 7 1894 to Dr Hugh L humanity and justice by the daily Mr Wm McEnnis left yesterday paper referred to for Uniontown where he haB secured Tobin and wife a daughter x X xl X X X X X All traces of identity of the employment various characters have ol course Williams In this city on Sin X X X Miss Mary Brent attended the Pat day January 7 1894 to Mr been destroyed in Mr Pitous X tie performance in Louisville last dramatic work but the various Jesse P Williams and wife a son men and women who were inter- Â¬ X Friday night X X X X X X Miss Mary F Payne of Lexington reested or implicated in the case Matrimonial was the guest of Mrs SamD Johnson ferred to were sketched with such the first of the week fidelity that many who saw the Crabtree Merchant At the play during its long New York Mrs Z J Montgomery and daugh Â¬ home of the bride in South Frank- run were able to identify them ters of Eddyville are visiting friends in this city and county fort on Thursday evening JanuThe lifelike character of the scenes is thus easily explained Miss Pauline Brown entertained a ary 11 1894 by Rev George number of her friends Monday even- Darsie Mr Rufus NV Crabtree and the stage settings are equally ing at progreasive euchre life as they have been of Louisville and Mrs Kate Mer- true to built Irom photographic made and Maj H S Hale State Treasurer returned Thursday from a visit to chant of this city were married reproductions of the localities visited by Mr Pitou in his re- Â¬ Eddyville on official business Circuit Clerks Convention searches for the material used in Mrs Hugh Mulholland who has the play been visiting her father in this city Blank Books of all kinds gotten up in the highest style of There was a meeting of the The services of Mr George has returned to her home in Louis Circuit Clerks of the State held Jessop were made use of by Mr the art Old Books and Musio bound at lowest rates Job Tille in this city on Thursday at Pitou only after the piay was care- Â¬ Misses Mary and Nellie Hagerty Work of all kinds solicited of Lexington attended the funeral of which abou twenty were present fully outlined and it is a singular their aunt Mrs Frank Kennedy in The object of their coming to- fact that after the two authors completed their work the name Announcement this city on Monday Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ tumors gether was to secure the passage of The Power of the Pi ess was esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ Miss Eveline Hoge will give a mas Â¬ querade entertainment to the As of a law giving them fees in felony written out by both as the indiNo apology is necessary on the dressing vidual choice of each gentleman score of medical propriety for You Like It Olub at her home near cases and a bill was drawn up Smith Drs Current this city on Monday evening which will be presented to the without previous consultation or thus announcing to the profession Paris Ky Misses Etta Weitzel and Kate Legislature now in session and the public that we have made The above cancer doctors wiM It dicussion Eichole of Wheeling West Virginia provides that clerks shall be paid At the Opera House Thursday a long careful and special study beat the Merriwether Hotel on are visiting the family of Mr Louis of cancerous diseases together Monday February 5 th Court ten dollars in fees in all felony January 18 Weitzel on Madison avenue with all malignant and other Day Heart Disease Curable Misses Pattio Qreen and Willmon cases whether there is a convic tumors and are able to offer the 17 tf Under the present results of our extensive experience Edwards who have been visiting tion or not this statement may bt The truth Twenty five Dollar Howard Mrs Helen Green in this county have law a clerk has a great deal of doubted by ofmany but when Dr in Kentucky and surrounding returned to their home in Woodford work to do in criminal cases for lYnnklin Miles the eminent Indiana countries in a system of rational A reward of twenty five dollars apecialiflt claims that heart disease and successful treatment that we Hon W C Owens of Georgetown which he receives nothing will be given for the return to this is curable and proves it by thousands was in the city Wednesday and of testimonials of wonderful cures believe has never heretofore been office of a solitaire diamond stud by his new heart cure it attracts the attained and we are able to point lost on Broadway Thursday making the acquaintance between Ann Two Kinds of Women attention of the millions suffering to thousands of successful cases of the voters and shaking hands with and St Clair streets on December with short breath palpitation irreg Â¬ Need Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip not in a boasting but rather in a old friends ular pulse wind tionthose who want to be made tide or shoulder in stomach pain in spirit of thankfulness that we are 25 1893- smothering spells W H Carter left Tuesday for strong and those who want to be Mr e A dropsy Davis Midwinter Fair Florida to make arrangements for the made well It builds up invigorates fainting Creek Nebraska F using thus able to prove so clearly our by Silver cures assertion that our system does of the crop of oranges from the regulates and sale girls just entering four bottles cf Dr Miles New Heart Its for With a positive The Kentucky Midland Rail- Â¬ grove he owns in that State He will womanhood young women who have Cure was completely cured after cure cancer for twelve years suffering from heart knowledge of this fact now so road will sell tickets to San Fran be absent about a month reached the critical change of life dineuRo This wonderful remedy ir for women expecting become Ac- Â¬ Mr Robert Trubue recently ap Â¬ mothers for mothers whoto nursing told by J W Gale Books free 5 fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ cisco and return for goi 65 are ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ count Midwinter Fair pointed Consul to Swansea Wales and exhausted forEVEUY woman who To Jjtind Seekers fession we should be wanting in C DI BliRCAW left Tuesday for Washington City to is run down delicate or overworked humanity if we neglected any G P A Favorite Prescription is the only receive his instructions and will go February 8th March 8th nnd means in our power to spread the remedy so unfailing that it can be thence to his post of duty guaranteed if it doesnt benefit or April 9th the Kentucky Midland W L Coppersmith is Little Mies Lena Pusey who is on a cure in every case the money will be Ky will sell tickets to points iu glad tidings among those afflictedÂ¬ pushing things right along with this most terrible and hopevisit to her grandparents Dr and returned and will bo able to show Kentucky Tennessee Alabama less of diseases Mrs J Q A Stewart entertained Choking sneezing and every other Missiesipi Georgia und Louisiana We have printed a pamphlet you as nice aline of holiday her little friends Tuesday afternoon form of catarrh in the head is radi Â¬ Â¬ giving cause novelties as you will find the symptons About thirty five little ones were cally oured by Dr Sages Catarrh at one fare for the round trip ac14 tf count Land Seekers excursions varieties Remedy c of cancers and in Frankfort present Hon PERSONATj pointed mMwnmsm THE ROUNDABOUT tff THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads - 4 -- w it Â¬ Subscription Only Per Year Our Job Department H Â¬ - - I I XXAsAXXX sfcXtfA V r XoX Â¬ XXXrX X8i 4 Â¬ uH fl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BINDERY Â¬ Â¬ vi r Â¬ s 6 t I I M A SELBERT C Fine Farm for Rent m m Fine Watches Diamonds and Jewelry STERLING SILVERWARE Ho 333 i s t Kentucky Cliir Street FrsLnlcfort Ky Take the Ii N Have You Thought If you are going anywhere and want to go in style speed and N the shortThe L comfort est and best line to Nashville Decatur Chattanooga Atlanta Bir New Montgomery mingham 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 be- Â¬ tween Frankfort and Chicago and all intermediate points either via Louisville or Cincinnati Between Frankfort and New York Washington Baltimore Philadelphia Old Point Comfoit 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 todirect you over the Call on or address best line C E Miller Ticket Agent H B Logsdon Agent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Report of The Cemetery Co Â¬ Advertised Iicttcrs at Frankfort Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending ii 1 1 A law passed by the last Legislature requires the directors of all incorporated cemeteries to make a report of the financial coridition of the institution in their charge in January of each year and in com pliance with the provisions of that act the following report has been made by the Board of Directors of the Frankfort Cemetery Company Â¬ January 13 1894 To the Lot owners of the Frankfort Cemetery Co The following is the condition of the Frankfort Cemetery Uo January Â¬ 1st 1894 Liabilities None Assets m 7VI m v Secured by good individual 629 security Secured by good collateral 3550 Seven City of Frankfort 6 7000 per cent bonds Cash in hands Treasurer 1286 12469 50 00 00 51 01 fcio liV lP Lf W 1w ifiS In addition to the above they have eighty live acres of land more or less and the improvements thereon And the graves Bold S O Bull E L Samuel Secretary President W T Heading Treasurer A copy of this report has been J M Saffell P M sent to every lot owner whose ad- advertised dress is known and if any one has IiOUISVIIjIiE TOBACCO MAR bailed to receive the same he or KET she can obiain one by calling upon Mr S C Bull or Mr W T FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT Â¬ Adams George W Lynn Miss Ruth Bush Alice J Miles Mrs Kate Mathley James Baldwin H J Batts Henry Madden M Bailey Elick Nichols Ohas P Boatman J R Napier G S Browi Mrs Mack 2Phillips Mrs An Branham Miss nie Nannie Parker Clarence Clark Mrs Dora Peffer Ohas H Caldwell A S Phillips Joel Cravens E S Peffer James Cook Miss Gillie Peffer Miss So phronia Coleman J L Cannon James Penn Miss Martha Cunningham Miss Robinson Mrs Lucy Kate Sayer Mrs Eva Crowe Wesley Dawson Merrit Southerland F I Daviess Robert Smyth E M Spencer John Damrell W M Fall Mrs Fannie Smith J H Glass H J Streets Miss Mar- gret Gaines W T Harris Mrs Bell Tindal Mrs Mar gret Heron James Hoover Harrison Triplett W M Ice Mrs Mary A Whitney Dr A A Jackson MissMol Willis E A lie Willis Mrs Pollie Keesee R F 2 White W O Knox Judge WhallanMrsWH Letcher Mrs Liz- - Wilson W T Yeager Mrs Nora zie James Mrs Minnie When calling for these letters say lars apply to cal surroundings While people in the north shiver July22 tf About going to Florida this win DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY tei Its the greatest resting place limits on the tyoraetown pike containing 265 acres largo residence tobacco barn and in America Season soon opens dttry farm Elegant hotels magnificent tropi- stibles SpiandMMarch 1st and tobacco particu Â¬ 1MW Possession given For Â¬ FRANK COINN Frankfort Ky 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 Crescent Route Qeeen Finest trains in the South Solid trains and through sleepers to Jacksonville 109 miles shorter than any other Service as perfect as a line 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 Â¬ Timber Bought cr Sawefl HAVE TIMBER PERSONS WHOwho want sawing TO SELL ON or done by the hundred had better call on R H Suter who has the best portable saw mills In Ken lucky also ma Â¬ chinery to manufacture the rough grades of tlTJber Into tobacco hogsheads Always rendy to move anywhere Dec 80 3m CHICKENS FOR SALE I have for sale a few pure bred Â¬ Plymouth Rock Chickens Those who want pure bred chickens for raising or for laying eggs the Plymouth Rock Is the best They will be sold at 1 each For further Infor Â¬ mation address me at Frankfort or call nt my residence 3 miles from Frankfort on the Peaks Mill Pike 16 2t MRS O P DEAN Notice Â¬ Miles Nerve and Liver Pills ri vv -- k1 I MMtti mrcAvh A Heading The Bridge ffi M 11 x m on the fourth one They were delayed more than a day in their work because one of the connections of the top chord was put together wrong and quite a num ber of rivets had to be cut and a piece taken off before the heavy irons would fit together right If the good weather continues and there is no more trouble in connecting the members Mr Seckner expects to have the bridge hung by the last of next week or the first of the week after Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11612 the iron this week and are at work this date amount tomarket hhds The sales on our this Sales on market since Jan The Construction Company hhds 1st amountour 2581 hhds Sales to uary have put up the third panel of of the crop of 1893 on our market to The Kentucky Midland Railroad claim in their notice printed in all papers Wednesday that they N would pay all toll over the L bridge while the St Clair street LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the week bridge is obstructed going to or just closed amount to 2581 hhds with from K M depot This would lead receipts for the same period of 1398 people to believe that the L N Â¬ Flooded A joint of the water pipe at the south end of the St Clair street bridge blew out Wednesday night and the south abutment of the bridge was flooded but no serious damage was done The dirt which has been dumped into the space between the wing walls and abut ment was so well settled by the water however that it will need no ramming to make it solid The presistent cough which usu ally follows an attack of the grip can be permanently cured by taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy V A McGuire of McKay Ohio sayBiLa grippe left mo with a severe cough After using several different medicines without relief I tried Chamber Â¬ lains Cough Remedy which effected a permanent cure I have also found it to bo without an equal for children when troubled with coldB or croup 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J W Gaylo druggist Â¬ Select or wrapper 5 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 7 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 00 Medium to good leaf 14 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Trash dark ordamagod 2 50c7i3 tobacco 4 Common Colory trash 3 50 Medium to good colory 4 00 7 trash 5 Common lugs not colory 4 00 week were light on account of the recent unfavorable weather for handling the new crop The medium good and fine grades of new burley sold higher on our market this week than before the holidays while the common grades were maintained at about the snme figures The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley 1893 crop co 50 00 50 00 7 00 00i8 00 21 50 9 00 10 0C 14 00 J W Fuirlmnta Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taBte torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 oents Samples free ut J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly House of four For Rent Company had charged toll to Apply at this office rooms shippers before said St Clair Q tf street bridge was obstructed N I beg to say that the L W L Coppersmith the Company has never charged toll jeweler is now ready for N depot for Christinas in his new quar Â¬ to or from the L N bridge years over the L ters 237 St Clair street We earnestly solicit your busi 14 tf ness and promise fair treatment and best attention and the toll Dr Utiles Household Ointment shall be free to shippers until Is the finest remedy in the world further notice It absolutely cures catarrh It cures H B Logsdon Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum Agent in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids To California Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific The Kentucky Midland Railway for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns will sell tickets to San Jose Los Chilblains Sores of long standing Angeles Colton San Bernardino Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else to all San Diego or Portland Oregon else it has no equal -- 5superior boxes and 50c and return for gi6 on account Largo size cheapest Sold at P H 8 of Midwinter Fair at San Fran- Carpenters drug store cisco Cal December 1st to April 30th 1894 -- CAN A For a opinion Srompt answer and an honest nearly write to Sz CO who have bad fifty years experience In the patent business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Handbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patent and bow to ob Â¬ tain tbem sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and scientific books sent free Co receive Patents taken through Munn epocial notice In the HrlentlflcAmericnn and tuns are brought widely beforotbe public with Â¬ out cost to the inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any scientific work In the COPYRIGHTS WI OBTAIN PATENT f vU HAUt MARKsV tlful plates in colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show the uiiest uesiKim uuu secure cumrncrj Address CO-- New Yoiik 301 CltouwAT MVHH tszs the MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to 5 CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one mokage of your Dr Hales House lold Tea and it is the first medicine I have found that has done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For the iast 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move oftener than once a week Aftor taking one package I am much better and now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular For dyspepsia constipation all liver and Kidney troubles etc it has no equal Only 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug store o liucklens 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 give satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ Pale Faces show Depleted Blood poor Anaemia For Further Information Address v B L nourishment everything They are signs of bad Drjan C P A W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE OR KY Phil Carpenter 8 ly Scotts Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil with hypophosphltes en- Â¬ riches the blood purines the skin cures Anaemia builds up the system Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived Prcpirtd by Jus Barker G P A Chicago 111 at Barretts and all kinds of stationery 14 Gold pons fountain pens JOHN DRISCOLI a3E3IS3 tf Found picked up this office same by m property For Sale or Rknt My resi- Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the A clasp door key was Presbyterian Church Mrs VV B Rodman on the street and left at The owner can have exe Â¬ Job calling and proving Liquor A 1235 Merchant opposite State Uouse work neatly cuted at this office full Una of pure Anderson county whiskies wines brandies etc niUUDWAY April lB tf Substitutes All Orugglrta by Soott 4 riowna N Y I f FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post ofllco at Frankfort Kentuckyi as second class mailable matter hcn Coming in appearance will be at the Opera Frankfort House January 16th in the play with which she has become most closely identified in the popular mind Josephine Empress of the French The play derives its chief at traction from the development of Josephines character and the exhibition of the admirable traits ich belong no less to the tenderi and affectionate wile and loyali subject than to the majestc grandeur of imperial womanhood Napoleon in the play is a clear cut incisive and interesting character whose conduct is moulded by his belief in fate in fact the Man of Destiny as described by most biographers Josephine is the dominent figure of the play and is in every way a loving and lovable woman a sympathetic mother a loyal wife filled with a patriotic zeal which partakes of the nature of religious devotion and which leads her to make the greatest of personal sacrifices for the good of France Â¬ Rheas next tf own hands if youll tako it you nossos mi d wo Â¬ mans ailments And you havo it on navo tho remedy for womans woak Riaht in vour JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO mm CO GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 13 1894 TWO IOT3 FACTORIES Will bo Established Here in n Short Time The Electric Railway Company have about concluded negotiations for the Ice Factory to be run in connection with their power home of which we made mention a short time since and expect to have a plant in operation in a short time which will turn out twenty five tons of ice per day It is also said parties out of town supposed to be the Lexington Ice Company have secured N Railroad ground from the L Company on High street and will atonce put tip a building in which an ice factory with a capacity cf twenty thousand pounds per day will be operated As competition is the life of trade and produces low prices also we may expect to get pure crystal ice next summer at a very low figure Our home people mean business whether the other fellows do or not and will push their work to an early completion - 1 terms Dr Pierces Favorite Prescrip tion is guaranteed to help you or it costs vou nothing If it werent tho most certain and efTectivo remedy in tho world do you think it could bo sold in any such way run aown wo- jtsvery ovorworueu ami man and overy delicate and sufTerinc woman needs it It uuilds up and invigorates the wholo system regulates and promotes the proper lunctions ami restores neaitn ana strength Its a legitimate medicine not a beverage purely vegetable perfectly barm Â¬ loss and mado especially for womans needs In every disorder and derangement pecu liar to tho sex periodical pains weak bock bearing down sensations and kindred ail Â¬ ments Favorite Prescription is guarant-Â¬ eed to benefit or cure or you have your Â¬ -- romarkablo Have Removed From the Batzell Building 101 AND 102 ANN STREET RasEmEnt nf the Eapital Hntel short time 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST money back Â¬ ft Â¬ When War is Declared iorget Not the Frog Now that the old bridge is being torn away to give place to the new and the piers thereof will soon be demolished and the historic drft pile endangered a former citizen of this place but now a resident of a distant State enters his protest against an old dweller among the drift whose familiar voice has been so often heard by late travelers across the bridge on warm summer nights being disIn acknowledging the turbed receipt of a cane and cup made from the old bridge timbers he writes I shall feel like an old land mark is gone sure enough when I visit Frankfort and the familiar I old bridge is not to be seen trust you will not interfere with the drift pile it would kill the old frog that use d to alarm the boys late at night C K of A OfllcerB Â¬ Against a mans happiness t7 his stomach the enemy mar be pacified and brought speedllr and easily to terms That potent regulator of dtges tlon llostetters Stomach Bitters dlsclpllnts the rebellious orgtn thoroughly Indigestion arises from weakness of the stomach and the food In It for want of the power to digest decomposes and acidifies giving rise to heartburn flatulence and pain besides a multitude of symptoms both ehmigeiul and perplexing But peace soon reigns when the great stomachic Is resorted 10 and used wi h persistence Dyspepsia Rives rise to morbid discomposure of mind and even sleep Â¬ lessness and hypoihondrla In chronic cases To the complete dismissal of these the Bitters Is fully adequate Liver complaint constipation debility rheumatism and malaria are complete Â¬ ly subdued by this genlil medicine Ainlree is by Selton a Derby winner out of Electric by Thun c derbolt A splendidly bred horse he is On the turf he v as very successful landing the Scurry Stakes and Walton Handicap at Newmarket the Prince of Wales Handicap and the Nursery Plate at Liverpool the Leicester Plate c Electric the dam of Imp Aintree was a fine race mare having to her credit several stakes Sired by a Derby winner and out of a stake winner and a stake winner himself Imp Aintree should beget many high class horses Visitors are invited to inspect the stallions Live Stock Record Â¬ HALLS OLD STAND FR ANKf ORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HAEDIE J111121 1T C L GAYLE JOE T STITEI A GO i stock j Have purchased the entire of Rock Haven advertised to make public seasons and taking everything into con- Â¬ sideration their fees are very reasonable At the head of the stud is Blue Eyes one of the most successful sires that ever stood in this country Look at this great record thirty eight winners out of forty five starteis And among the winners there are several stake winners of phenominal sdeed Blue Eyes is unquestiona bly one of Enquirers yre tet sons and Enquirer is one of the njost prepotent sons of the great Learn ington Blue Eyes was a superior race horse captured the Merchants Stakes Golden City Cup c Although his career in the stud has been very successful we Branch 83 Catholic Kniglits of expect some of our greatest race America elected the following horses to yet come from the loins officers at their meeting on Mon of Enquirer and Buchus splendid day evening to serve for the en son The tecond sire on the list is suing ear viz Portland by Vinil out of Fine Henry Gober President work by Lexington As a race E Fewer 1st Vict President horse in his career Portland was a brilliant performer E L Meagher Treasurer capturing the Juvenile Surf Great John T Hunt Secretary Post Tyro Test Stakes c and Pat Coleman bentinel defeating such really good two Trustees James Heeney Joe year olds as Ban Fox Dew Drop Schroffand Dan McElligott The Bard CyclQps Precoma c Such performances are his creIts a Mistake dentials and they entitle him to JJo neglect caring for a cough or cold be classed among the greatest that Every time you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation have appeared in this country He is started that in a short time is has been in the stud but a short difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ time but he has clearly demon hold Cough Cure has such ornagic effect upon a cough allaying all irri strated that few sires are his supe- Â¬ tation so quickly that every person rior Three starters represented in the land should always have a bot Â¬ Portland in 1893 and two of them tle of this wonderful medicine on band to begin taking at once upon weie winners while the others the first appearance of a cold It finished second several times costs only 25c and 50c a bottle at Imported Aintree one of the a P H Oakpentehs drug store best horses that ever crossed the ocean is the third sire Imp Under tho Civil Service Ijaw Â¬ Â¬ two-year-old Â¬ Â¬ About a year ago I took a violent 1 coughed day attacK ot la grippe and night for about six weeks my wne suggestea 1 try unamberlains Cough Remedy At first I could see no difference but still kept taking it and soon found that it was what I needed If I got no relief from one dose I took another and it was only a few days until I was free from the cough I think people in general ought to know the value of this remedy and I take pleasure in ac Sires at Fleetwood Farm knowledging the benefit I have re- Â¬ ceived from it Madison Mustard At the Fleetwood Farm near Otway Ohio 25 and 50 cent bottles Frankfort Ky three stallions Lre for sale by J W Gayle drnggist Â¬ FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu facturing Co Â¬ s ta Friday Nlglit8 Fire About 1 t Pric33jC0T Prom 10 to 15 per ot h oclock Friday night SOLID OAK SUIT of last week the training stable of Messrs Church Bros on Holmes street was destroyed by fire together with the residence of Mr Lunce Graves adjoining There was no stock in the stable at the time but it contained some vehi Â¬ cles sleighs and a little provender all of which were destroyed The family of Mr Graves were from home and everything in the house was consumed The loss was about six thousand dollars Messrs Church Bros were partially in- Â¬ sured but Mr Graves had no insurance and his loss was total Â¬ OHEVAL I 1500 1800 Came now and look we have 100 Suits and over 300 Bedsteads io sen in rne next lew months 226 ANN STREET j Jl vat 1U - 4v a mi m J I YOU WANTTO GKET 4 - I2ST03ST Ml m 1 All Free Those who have used Dr Kings Now Discovery know its value and those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver Â¬ tised Druggist and get a Trial Bottle free Send your name and address to H E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills Free as well a copy of Guide to Health and Household In All of which is structor Free guaranteed to do you good and coBt nothing at Phil Oaepknters Drug 4 Store Â¬ THIS OFFER Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE V We will until further notice offer at 7 si 2 m T greatly Billy Gets a Job Mr W B Jenkins of this city who has been an employe of the Capital office for several years was notified Wednesday by Col- Â¬ lector Shelby to report at once or sPecal auy as a Ul auger His commission will doubtless follow the notice in a few days Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas is unbroken the assortment REDUCED PRIGE R ROGERS w fM 1 J SON I Halloran and Mr Albert Kirtley were appointed to positions in the Post Office on Tuesday under the civil service law the former as clerk and the latter as a substitute mail carrier Miss Katie Lawn Mowers Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware autf on LAWN MOWERS I a Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Pairs DRPRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder An Owens Club campaign is opening up in this county and an Owens Club is being organized The list already contains quite a number of names The congressional Apriuni Used in Millions of Homes ansa Lead The Market 40 aie323 BROnrWA- 4L a4IaaclaL CHES AaytEFXON 450 500 - No Ammonia No Alum 40 Years the Standard Street Vf II ffi ffl sum O 3E CE2XT1C EaiEJK ZFreclderit 3 W CBTJTCHEB Secretary 1 V ft m Buggies KY which we soil at prices as low as 3LSS fc i 1 And all styles Vehicles Harness and Saddlery of the Pll wi m ri fflifi BUGGY that asked fo HARNESS WORKS B M We are the only large and completely equipped manufacturers of these poods m m If fir in Central Kentucky and BUILD ONLY THE BEST HAND MADE WORK We build all these goods in wholesale quantities and you are not the cheap factory work heretofore sold hire All stylus Ye licies etc uskI 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 Tutf Goods and supplies if nil ItUAl- - il SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES Very low prices on Robes Wnips and Horse Blankets for 10 days FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JANUARY 18 wm a RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE DR if Iff iff TO CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine And Flowers The Midwinter W KELLEY 1894 Fruit HANNEN OF CINCINNAT IO will be at the ft HURSEY Souvenir Pokers St Clair street bridge are all the rage and canes cups and inkstands ate being turned from timber taken from it but about the most useful things we have seen are souvenir pokers made from he iron which held the old bridge With one of them a together person can stir up his fire these long winter evenings and while sitting by the bright blaze thus made imagine he sees in the burning embers images of the old structure which for so many years furnished a safe and dry passage over the Kentucky while the raging waters roared and You want one foamed beneath of these and Mr James Scofield at the blacksmith shop of Mr J W Rankin on Second street will turn them out for you in any style you may desire at a reasonAn order left with able rate either Mr Price Williams or Mr Frank Hutchison of the South Side Fire Department will receive prompt attention Got Under the Dump Tuesday afternoon Lee Jenkins a convict sent up for life from Lexington was at work in the new cell house which is being erected at the penitentiary when a wheelÂ¬ Just now souvenirs of the old already much talked of bids Exposition fair FHOE1TI2I HOT3L IN LEXINGTON KY DEALERS IN W i 1 J nmwa m iw mm tsupbwum I1 m SI 1 barrow loaded with brick which was being wheeled by another convict up an incline to a scaffold above was upset by a plank turn- Â¬ ing under it and the bricks fell upon Jenkins as he was in a injuring his stooping position back so badly that he will be disabled for a long time Tn Olden Times mously agree that the Pacific operation mid with little or no pain REFERENCES Coast is worth many times the W McKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky time and money spent to visit it J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky in its return of delightful climate Ky sunlight wondrous growth J T Staten Frunkfort hy mellow V Bcrberlch Frankfort L P Uulett Bensun Ky Rev of vegetation and the heretofore A H McClure Frankfort Ky Ky rir J Hughes Frankfort industries unheard of net work of David Moore Benson-- Ky and Jas M Wlthrow Frunkfoit Ky connected with fruit raising the shipping of the product DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may In order to give an opportunity be found every day of each week except SATUR Pamphlets describing these for everybody to visit this wonder- Â¬ DAYS mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one and the Â¬ W I KKLLEY MD land during the Exposition Cali- by addressing V Eight St Cincinnati 0 259 Cres- Â¬ fornia rates via the Queen CONSULTATION FREE cent Route have been reduced and every one nay find the cost of such a trip within his means G As for equipment it is the only line by which you can travel from TKB- Cincinnati to San Francisco absoTourist lutely without change cars run every two weeks sleeping through from Cincinnati to San Solid vestibulcd trains Francisco twice a day from Cincinnati to New Orleans where connection is made with through trains and 334 MAIN STRKfcT Pullman sleepers daily to Cali FRANKFORT K fornia points Through car service to either New Orleans or Shreve port making direct connection for Texas Mexico and California From Louisville through trains make direct connection at Lexing ton with solid vestibuled service to New Orleans Send to us for further par- Â¬ ticulars Ask agents for rates schedules and other information or address W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati O to rival the great fair that has just Saturday January 20 1894 closed at Chicago not in size Saturday February 3 1894 but certainly so in Saturday February 17 1864 perhaps originality in richness and in deHEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca lighted visitors who will unaniÂ¬ Â¬ Wagons Carriages and Buggies OF Farming Implements MANUFACTURERS Hand Made 232 CO H 1 Harness and Horse Goods -ZNTIfcT STIEeiEIET Â¬ CD H MATTERS pP tn H CD Â¬ Flinagher J j O CDvd - o w go o ef PCD 2 wg g Km WW Tlio Finest Train in America Is conceded to be the Southwestern Limited via Big Four Route This to New York and Boston Â¬ fi WHERE People overlookfd 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 constiÂ¬ pation well informed people will not buy other laxatives which act for a time but finally injure the system Will Nominate To day I kn CtillU fe 9 nmv m The Peoples Party will hold a mass meeting at the court house to day to nominate candidates for the county offices to be filled at the next November election County Judge Sheriff Assessor and County Attorney magnificent Wagner Train has been built especiallv for service between Cincinnati New York running through and Boston solid to these cities without change Composed of Elegant of cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Coaches Library and Cafe Car and Hotel Dining Car it has become famous Complete in all of its appointments it is to day king of the road It leaves Cincinnati at 6 p m daily from Central Union Station all with connections making 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 train D B MARTIN General Pass enger and Ticket Agent e o Mccormick Passen ger Traffic Manager io 8t Captain Sweeney Diego Oal says U DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OP Sent 23 tf Jee 16 ly SAPOLIO i for a DOUBLE Â¬ mM Winchester BREECHLOADER Shot Qnns Iron Rifles 200 to 925 to 5000 1200 10 00 Self Cocttnii RrpM Loadini Rife 200 to Reyotters Nickel Plated NewWinchester Repeating Shot Gin Model Sand SeBUap for OO paga CUIfO ad8aMiiareat 125 1893 1688 109 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It metm that tha Queen and Creirent Rout It IT mllei ihorteit between Llnilntutl ami Ltxlngtou 43ullea hortest Cincinnati to Illr mlnnham ft mllei ahortcat Cincinnati tn Nctr Orleans KiJ uiiletibortett Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JackouylU Florida GRIFFITH 51 5 MiirlH-D- - SEMPLE Main Street LOUISVILLE KY SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS 4r-FOS- -TIV- l4T12 J i I 1 w For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ ble orIndigestionuse bROWNS IRON BITTERS- - Shiloha Oatarrh Remedy is the first medicine I have ever found that would do mo ony Price 50 oents Sold by W cood 21 McKee Hardie S A San keeping old t tile Four weeks by our method teaching book the Is equal to twelve weeks by Positions guaranteed under certain and 80 paise catalogues Our free conditions Send for them Drauijhons will explain all Business College and School o Shorthand and Teloeruphy NuHhvlle Tenn Unter uny time Cheap board Novaoitloa Address J F Ukauuhon Prcs Nushvllie ienn Through Can to Vlckilurn and Ahrere between all of the aboro jKilnti purt Ouljr lluo running through caxi Cincinnati to Knoivllle and AlbeTlllo K O Direct line to Texaa and Mexico vU New Orleani or via 8hraveiort Ailc agenta about tours to California From Loulsfllle PhelbyTllleV and Lawrence burg direct connection la nuulo at Lexington with Ytatlbulcd tralna to all voiati tioutn vr o niNEAitsotf Oenl laiar Agent Cincinnati O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v J i RELIGIOUS long as their physical welfare is not interfered with The revolution hav ing been peacefully and successfully accomplished no matter by what means at this distance it would seem tho wiser plan to either annex the islands of else maintain their in- Â¬ tegrity as an independent State arid Â¬ I Baptist Church to morrow will be conducted at both services 11 a m and 7 p m by RevW 0 Taylor the pastor Sunday school at 930 a m in the chapel not try to overthrow what has al- Â¬ ready been done as the President Oatiiolio Ohukch The usual seems to have determined services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con Â¬ A ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey from dispatch to the United Press Lansing Mich dated the 10th the pastor gives the intelligence that a Low mass at 8 a m High mass inst general attempt is to be made to re dt 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m vive wnat usea to be Known as The name of Christian CiiURCH The usual ser- Â¬ Know Nothingism the order is The Ancient Order of vices at 11 and 730 oclock tomorrow by the pastor Rev George Darsie Loyal Americans and its general Morning subject Putting Away idea is to oppose everything foreign night subject as contrasted with everything Ameri- Â¬ Childish Things can Those joining who must be Cleanness Young Peoples Society of Chris native born Americans are required to take a hide bound oath not to tian Endeavor in the lecture room at reveal the secrets of the order It 650 would be interesting to know how Episcopal Church Rev R L this strikes the Hon Ike Quigley McOready the rector will conduct who is so opposed to the American the regular services to morrow morn Â¬ Protestant Association that he has introduced a bill into the Legislature ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m to suppress it However worthy the aims of a Presbyterian Church First Rev J MoClusky Blayney D D secret society may be the formation will occupy his pulpit to morrow at of such as propose to influence the political action or opinions of their 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of members is to be discouraged by all The princi- Â¬ Christian Endeavor will meet in the right thinking people Lecture Room at 645 p m You are pal complaint that the A P As make again Bt the Catholics is the invited influence of the priests in secular Methodist Church Rev H G affairs but such societies as the A Henderson will occupy his pulpit P A are only a means of fighting the to morrow morning and evening at devil with Are no disrespeot to the priests being intended by the simile the usual hours Sunday school meets at 930 a m There are times when fire is an indis- Â¬ The Epworth League will convene pensable element for successfully cop- Â¬ ing with his satanic majesty but to an in the class room at 7 oclock unprejudiced mind there is no neces- Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church sity for regarding Catholicism as Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor the arch enemy in disguise The will occupy his pulpit to morrow influence of Rome in politics one morning at 11 and at 730 p m way or the other is not so great in this country as to call for extreme Rev W F Eberhardt of Midway measures although the existence of will preach at Evergreen Church any such influence on the part of the near Bridgeport on Sunday Janu- Â¬ Uatholie or any other church as a ary 21st at 11 oclock a m church is to be deprecated There will be a union mass meeting The North American Review for of the three Endeavor Societies of January contains an interesting Frankfort that of the First Presby- Â¬ article on the Wilson Tariff Bill by terian Church that of the Southern the Hon Wm L Wilson Chairman Presbyterian Church and that of the of the Ways and Means Committee Christian Church on Sunday after- Â¬ for whom the measure was named noon February 4th from 4 to 5 However one may differ with Mr oclock in the lecture room of the Wilson in his theories it must be First Presbyterian Church It will be acknowledged that his arguments are in celebration of the 13th anniversary not to be despised From the stand of the great Christian Endeavor point of the present administration movement An interesting program it is the best explanation of the has been arranged and all are in- Â¬ present condition of financial affairs vited which we have seen although its partisanship is clearly apparent in General Comment attacks upon the policy persued by Mr McKinley while he was the The Hawaiian question has assumed renewed prominence this week from Chairman of the Committee the news which reached the daily The Prince of India Gen Lew papers Tuesday that Minister Willis novel has more food Wallaces had demanded the restoration of for thoughtlatest and research into histori- Â¬ Â¬ Queen Lilioukalani and that the Proany other book visional Government of the islands cal matters in it than which I remember to have een for had refused to acceed to the demand many years For instance in deeven when Mr Willis threatened to scribing the model of Solomons use the Naval Force of his country to Temple which the Prince is said to enforce it At the time the press in the tomb of Hiram advices left Honolulu no further have found King of Tyre he says that it would jtrouble had arisen and the general soul of Cellini opinion there was that the threats of have delighted the of How many readers the book knew using force were merely a bluff and who Cellini was The history of this that having been called the Minis in itself would make ter would await further instructions remarkable man novel and it will rea most exciting from home before making a new These advices have not as pay any casual reader to lay aside move yet been officially confirmed Mr even such an interesting book as the to find out what the Willis dispatches not having reach Â¬ Prince cvclopedias say of him Nor is this ed the State Department It would be interesting to learn the the only instance where the Generals knowledge of history real condition of affuirs in Hawaii consummate apparent There is scarcely since the landing of the Marines becomes in the book a chapter that does not from the U S ships and the exact some name or fact proper status of the causes which led to that mention comprehension of which will re- Â¬ action The reports and utterances quire the use of books of reference of the two men who had the most to by the reader There were many do with present uncertainty in the such I passed in my reading without public mind Messrs Stevens and me even noticing it Blount are so opposed to each other weeks to finishbut took andthree the book the both in general tenor and in details interest did not flag in the least it that unless tho reader has such vio- was the rather heightened by as lent prejudices that he accepts all thorough an acquaintance as I was one has to say and rejeots all the to obtain with facts and persons other claims it is imposible to form able casually mentioned in the text but an opinion If we consider however I do not think the style of language the condition of civilization in the in the Prince of India is so lofty as in islands at the beginning of the cen other great tury and the utter impossibility of Gen Wallaces an historical book novel BenJHur but as the natives having so far advanced my humble opinion is that it will live Â¬ in education and culture in the inter- as long as the English language exists val is to be capable of intelligent self The Recluse government the force of much that Mr Blount alleges is greatly weakTheir First Concert ened granting that it is all true Not even Mr Blount denies that the The Frankfort Ideals will give majority of tho white residents of their first concert of the season at the islands are against Queen Liliou- the Academy of Music on Friday kalani and it is hardly probable that the natives are much concerned so night next January 19th A fine Â¬ Â¬ at the Baptist Church Public worship programme will be presented and all lovers of good music should be All of the entertain- Â¬ present ments given under the direction of Prof Wayland Graham are de lightful and this will be no exception Â¬ Â¬ L B MARSHALL W A GAINES L 6 MARSHALL CO Real Estate 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 Still Another Candidate Mr Lewis A Harrod is an nounced in another column as a Mr Harcandidate for assessor rod filled the office for one term very acceptably and if elected again will discharge the duties as faithfully as in the past Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET LOCUST POSTS FOR SALE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conwat Thlf proper Â¬ ty haa a very go t lot is in an excellent neighbor- Â¬ hood and will be sold at u low figure Mops Both the method rup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidueys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luced 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 and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading druggists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro- Â¬ cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ wish to buy two hundred S foot looust pasts to b9 delivered at Thorn Hill I B MAESHALL Z A FOR SALE bacco and stock barns beside- - all other necesÂ¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements including the fencing on this pr perty are new and In nrst class condition This farm has a quantity ot fine tobacco land and would also make a first class stock farm It also hns a young FOR RENT LARGE BRICK RESIDENCE ON SECOND residence of A FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a t rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ street South Frankfort known as the Ilanna property This propertj has large grounds fine shade tiees and Is a very desirable location either for a home or boarding house peach orchard ot a thousand trees besides other fruit FOR SALE TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOM I acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and is offered at a bargain TWO f 14 FOR SALE with residence tenement houses stock and toÂ¬ bacco barns apple orchurd and other necessary improvements This land Is mostly In timber and gross ami will make a good tobacco or stock farm It is offered at a bargain OF 100 OR A FARM Frankfort125 on a from 1E0 ON NJOYSwhen and results 35000 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we are authorized to sell for three hundred and fifty 15 ACRES 8 MILES good turnpike road dollars FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD on a good Johnston on Snelby street now occupied by turnpike road upon which there is a brick resi- Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and Mrs L B Longmoor Possession given about all other necessary Improvements This land is 1st of December In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain FOR SALE FOR RENT rV cated Smiles from Frankfort A FOR SALE miles from Frankfort ACRES WELL IM A GARDEN FARM OF 12U good turnpike road 3 proved located on a FOR RENT FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This propen y Is In good repair and we are authorized to rent it at A 15 per month Â¬ L B Rormerly of Wakefield F CHOATE MARSHALL Choate CO LH FINNELL SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVIUS KY PLANING MILL Courier - Journal AND Is u ten page eight column Democratic News Â¬ paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor Stockholders 1 Meeting HOGSHEAD FACTORY 2 Frioa 1 A Year The WEEKLY COURIER JOPRNAL makes very liberal terms to agents and gives free premiums V Till CltPtW mtinnci nirrt te copies ot tne paper and four PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL for clubs Sample HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs page Premium Supplement sent free to any puny nt the oHloe ot Huh Hodman in the city of address Write to Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish uuiiuui nmiurtv riuiiiuuii uuii nruncnuu election of n board of 11 oclock -- JOURNAL in for the CO SHINGLES directors una me transaction 01 unj inner uum DOORS TURNED SASH ness wlilcli nay he prtsented LOUISVILLE KY WORK BLINDS J C DENNIS aTAIR WORK FRAMES President Jan 13 1 1 COURIER THE STATEMENT Of the Condition of the half blocks from Post Ofllco on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited House Finish For a Factory and a ROUNDABOUT hogsheads as as well tobacco one -- AND ALL KINDS OF i AND THE- Deposit Bank of Frankfort At Close of Business WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL will be sent one year to any address for Address GEO A LEWIS 190 i CHOATE Sept 2 ly FINNELL Frankfort Ky M aa Â¬ Loans and Discount Cash Due from Banks 33SCSM5EI3 30 1BS3 ASSETS 72 223356 35100 78 27G20 900 7M FOR SALE X3Zo Chesapeake NEW YORK TOK Ohio Ry WA5HIM C Furniture Protest Ileal 18 05 LilwExeHe mate J 287950 13 1812 78 use and Si ULiOt PHILADELPHIA BOSTON ti Â¬ Â¬ Ciiultal Stock Surplus Old Dividends Dividend No 61 3 per ct ExieiiHo contingent Individual Depositors Interest and Discount Tux LIABILITIES sale at a bargain Oct 7 tf fV A HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED on Conway street south side Is offered for For terms apply to and all Eastern iies WM CORMWELL 34178 77WC 91 50 60 2322 00 4K IKI 6U 00 108081 64 ISVILLB 287950 13 EE Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS I Time card In effect Nov 1st EAST BOUND 1892 m 383408 The quick nud direct route from Net earnings ror six months ending Applied as follows Dividend No 51 Dee 30 1893 5777 CO Expense contingent Interest and Discount ToSurplus Tax H H 2322 00 600 00 400 00 GB Louisville to Arkansas and Texas One hundred and ilfty miles 5777 C9 Lve Lexington 22 dally 715 am Midland Accom No 26 dally ox Sun 1140 a h Vestlbuled Express No24 dally 615 pm Sit Sterling Accom No28dallyex Sun630p w Atlanta Express No llUMO 1455 WATSON Cashier Sworn and subscribed to before me this 30th day of Dec lb93 U Kkknok Notary Public Correct Attest SHORTEST TO LITTLE ROCK And the only route J HUFOItl llKNDHICK Vice President Jul8 2t WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS Arr Lexington ex Sun 8 00 a m 21 dally 1245 r m 25 dally ex 8un4 15 r m Express No 23 dally Vestlbuled 015 pm f olld Yestibuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York without change No Bus transfers G W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky Lexington iccom No Louisville Express No Lexington Accom No 27 dally WEST BOUND H W FULLER Geul Pass Agt Â¬ DIVIDEND NOTICE A dividend of three 3 per cent will be paid on the capital stock ot the Deposit Hank of Frankfort Ky on and utter Friday Tan 5 1891 If you are going to emigrate to WaihUttton D C Asst Genl Pass C B RYAN j Cincinnati Agt Jan 6 2t Sherman Dallas Fort Worth Austin or Houston This Is the L N TIME TABLE TBAINB WEST The following time table is now hi street upon the L fc N road No 17leaven Frankfort No 21 leaves Frankfort No 19 REMOVED W L COPPERSMITH HIS JEWELRY E3TABLISH HASHKMOVED St Clatr street Into the room formerly occupied bv George Keasora drug store where he lias opened a full and complete lino of No281eavesFrankfort CHEAPEST AND BEST ROUTE No change of cars to leaves Frankfort 960 a m 255 p m 735 pm 1020 660 am TBAINBKABT No 18 leaves Frankfort Â¬ Montgomery Mobile Memphis and New Orleans For further Information address 463 No 20 leaves Frankfort No 24 arrives Frankfort 735 p n 856 No 22 leaves Frankfort No 20 will stop at Anohorago and am pm pm Jewelry chas ne Watches Clocks Diamonds c Â¬ Call and examine goods and prices before pur- - watcn repairing prcranuy executed W LCOPPERISMITH Frankfort Ky Dec9tt O P ATMORB G P LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY T A passengers for Ghristiansburg for Lexington and points beyond Nos 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage for Cincinnati Nos 23 and 21 conneot at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch i K II Wm CCAS M AvB INVI ffe What tliev need in jKdmarLjjDJCjHrjj39 juYm g 1 il TO CALL AND PURCHASE our line Tyiiils they can gret tle benefit of oxlx ILjo w Prices Note a few of the items belo v xxLXj S 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 Sa ddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Tho Courts Â¬ J C P IVl A COLLINS FULL Opposite the Farmers Bank A Third Trial The Court of Appeals on The Circuit Court has been occupied this week with the trial of Thursday reversed the judgment civil cases some of them of little of the Owen Court Circuit In the suit of Kinney n the case of Dr J L Massie importance N Railroad the jury for the killing of Jesse Hona v L upon peremptory instructions of ker and the case now goes back for the Judge found for the defendant a third trial it having been tried In the habeas corpus case of for Thompson v Hockensmith possession of a child the the court ordered that the child re main in the custody of its grandparents Hockensmith and wife until it was olderThursday afternoon the contested election cases of the candiÂ¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ tVl IV dates for Mayor and City Council were reached and were taken up at the night session Argument fen the motion to dissolve the on the Republican injunction whole case in the Council contest was first heard and then the The Mayors case was taken up balance of the time until the adjourning hour was occupied in readinggthe papers and depositions in the case and then the matter was continued and probably may come up again to day The United States Court has also been trying civil cases this In the suit of the Columweek bian Finance and Trust Co v The Mingo Mountain Coal and Coke Co O M Woodberry of Mid was appointed re- Â¬ dlesborqugh In the damage suit of ceiver White admr of Green Kennedy G Railroad Co v E T V the jury brought in a verdict of Bennett 4v500 for plaintiff Witte of Cincinnati sued A H Rennebaum of Middlesborough for 4000 worth of lumber and the jury gave them the lumber and 100 damages The jury in the case of Mulcahy v The Mayor Chief of Police and City of Lexington for 10000 damages hung It is understood that eight of the jurors were for a nominal sum but four were opposed to giving judgment for one cent The case of Mrs Farra v C T P Railroad Co was N O It will be taken up yesterday remembered that a vehicle con- taining Mrs Farra and her children was run into at a turnpike crossing near Nicholasville by a special train on the Cincinnati Southern Railroad carrying ex cursionists to New Orleans to witness the Corbett Sullivan prize fight Mrs Farra and one child were badly injured and one child Mrs Farra brought waskilled thrje suits against the road one for herself one for the child injured and one for the death of her child claiming damages of about 20000 in each case The the trial of these cases will prolong the term of the court into next week 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twic before and each time Dr Massie was giving a life sentence He has been in the penitentiary confined in jail here ever since he was first arrested except during the time court was in session at Owenton as it was feared he Good Looks would be taken from jail by a looks are more than skin Good mob and hung deep depending upon a healthy con Â¬ dition of all the vital organs If the Liver be inactive you have a BiliouB Wlio Will bo the Man Look if your stomach be disordered you have a Dyspeptio Look and if The people seem to be waking your kidneys be afflicted you have a up to the importance of selecting a Pinched Look Secure good health good loots successor to Col W C P Breck- and you will nave great alterativeElec and tric Bitters is the inridge as Representative of the Tonic acts directly on these vital or Asnland District in Congress gans Oures Finples Blotches Boila a good- - complexion Whether Col Breckinridge shall and givesCarpenters Drug StoreSold4 at Phil succeed himself or not is now the m question How About The Weather There is said to be a widespread desire to see that The Weekly Courier Journal position filled by some competent published at Louisville Ky de gentleman from the west end of lights in keeping its subscribers In additioo to being the District The kids are now in guessing the saddle and are disposed to the greatest Democratic news things their own way paper published it has been a have They are weary of dancing pioneer in enterprisees that re- Â¬ attendance upon veteran politi- quire thought and figuring on the They begin to pirt of its subscribers cians or soldiers The manifest a desire to select a man Weeklys estimating contest- on more in sympathy with themselves the election in 1892 by whrch who will recognize the fact if 14300 in gold coin were distrib- Â¬ chosen that he will he debtor to uted among forty five guessers the boys in the trenches more is a sample of this The latest than to his own superlative powers guessing offer of this paper is on who will not neglect the very large the weather that one subject on class who have lately become which we all consider ourselves voters prophets The Weekly Courier In this cohnection it may not be Journal proposes to give Siocfo amiss to suggest that among the in cash to its subscribers who can localities that may be expected to name the coldest day in the month supply material for the contest of February 1804 at Louisville Frankfort may be named and Ky and guess closest to the loiv among the number there who esttemperature on this day The might be found serviceable stands contest closes January 31 1894 a vigorous lusty teiiow wno no Every new subscriber who sends doubt would feel that a great 1 can make one guess and every honor had been confered upon old subscriber who renews send Â¬ Send for a him if he were selected as the ing 1 can guess bearer of the Seventh sample copy of the paper for full standard His vigor particulars Write at once as the Congressional District is short and comparative youth together time with his raven locks and manly County Clerk Smith issued li- Â¬ bearing to say nothing of hi intellectual powers would constitute censes to the following colored a rallying point for the young people to marry Thursday aftermen who if reports be true noon viz would soon learn that James Dovid Burner and Nettie Lewis Andrew Scott would not be likely Clarke Birdwhistle and Mildred to forget or neglect his friends Eminence Constitutionalist x 19 it Harris m For Sale or Rent My dv lling Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m leans to San Francisco Tourist Sleeping Cars on these excursions run through from Cincinnati to San Francisco without change This is the only car line from Cincinnati to San I rancisco Ticket rate from Cincinnati Berth in Sleeping Car 5150 only S400 Ask agents for further informa Â¬ tion or address W P Cooley D P A Cleveland U C A Baird T P A Detroit Mich or Chas W Zell D P A Cincinnati Ohio W C Rinearson G P A Cincinnati Ohio WINTER OIF1 STOCK BOOTS SHOES catJLi HATS CAPS r i kuiie prices are right i We have the best goods the largest stock and 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 yrm need have the goods and will please you Â¬ R Â¬ I MCLURE SON 1 Nervous Prostration house on Ann street large manufacturer whose affairs were very much embarrassed nnd who was overworked and broken down with nervous exhaustion went He was to a celebrated specialist told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of care and worry nnd have a change of thought This doc- Â¬ tor was more considerate of his paÂ¬ tients health than of his financial circumstances He ought to have advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ ative Nervine the best remedy for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziness headache ill effects of spir Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium o Thou Â¬ sands testify to cures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 5 A tf J T Buckley 00SES25 jltiEGREf SHILOrTSI KzES sVZvSWH CURE vilBlH tiia --Jr AvJkaVSViYiH Throat Cures Consumption Coughs Croup Sore Sold by all DrufwUis on a Guarantee For a Lame Side Back or Cheit Shilohs Porous Plaster will give great satisfaction a cents says ShHoha Vitallur SAVED MY LIFE hoii consider u we vest remeayjaraucim I ever used1 For Dyspepsia Liver or Kidney 75 eta trouble it excels Price Mrs T 8 Hawkins ChattanoogUjTenn SHILOHS VITALIZE iu t FOR DYSPEPSIA and Btomach disorders take BHOWN8 IRON BITTHHS All dealers keep it SI per bottle Genuine ha trade mark ana crowed red lines on wrapper Indigestion Low Bate California Excursions Every Thursday evening a Personally Conducted Low Rate Tourist Excursion to California leaves Cincinnati via the Queen and Crescent Route to New Or leansrand S P Ry New Or HtLOHWCATARRH Remedy ItwlU Hnvavou Catarrh Try thta 60 eta xau in Price JtorftesuofultKtmenttafurnlshe4 aj Remedies are aold by us on free Bhllohs guarantee to give satisfaction f REMEDY For sale bv W Jan28 lT McKee Hardie HALLS OLD 9TANH i m 8 Nothing Reserved AXjXj OTT2R Last Resort Between our expectations nnd realizations stand nearly 1000 faultless and fashionable raisaniarjannariaRnnnBnrararritrasarnrn raRaRviraRaRaBanaBaRaRarinRararaRaRa UaKattaaaKaJUaiLiauaiSJUiaKaKaUUiraUU eaisauaKauaEaEauauiuuaiauEaeueutfauaisa 12 RaEaBaBaRaraRaRaRaRaBaRaRa uatiatfatiauuEaLUEaLauaLiaiuiauu rf na SHOES LU ua rarararararanjixnrararamra uakai2uuaiaguusauaLaEULauuua Ra ua Ra kjy Ba isa Ba U BuuacakjauaLuutfucatjaiwUEUusj HATS must Go En taa rsn en k3U Bfl kia CEI ma j ra ra cu ra ra Ljy BaraRanarar rirarararararamrararara rararararararararararararararcflrarara uauaisaKaLjauauiuciuKJBCiaHUBacaisukJUtiauu KUQUBayatiaKacawauacattauaKaisauauaKuca Unsold We had hoped to Bright prospects have turned to disappointing realities You know of the stumbling blocks in the way double our business this season for saving your money your neighbor hasjaad his and thus Youve had your reasons our hopes were hlasted jwfik those purse strings Weve made a sacrifice fcnat yotf must appre- Â¬ But well untie ciate an offering that you must improve or you 11 forfeit all claim to being prudent and provident To day 9we put oja sale these suits and ask you to help yourselves for ra Mens Suits m Ba Ba BaRaBaRaEnRaRaEaRaEaEaEaRaRaEaBnRaRaBaEaEaRa i2akiai2auacak3UiiaEatayacatuuat3aBataEaEacacacau3a ra cu ra Ba We iffusi GeiRidof Tnem Got Too Many Here are the Price 200 Ladies Fine Hand sewed Bennett Benard 5 and 6 Shoes Choice now for Eaeat3aeataLaLaaiauuaLauaea nacananacncnEnrannEisircaninrjn eh Ca HATS HATS All our 2 and 250 Derby Hats good shapes choice One fjj X Dollar J i SED C Ba Ba rantarararararararararararararararaniHBHrara catiatiuuauacatJjtiaEutiyuiiJcyEacuicacuauuacacatiaay m m Ba J - 3 About 250 pairs of Ladies Calf Pebble Grain and Kid Button Shoes Sold for 150 and gr75 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 m Hundreds of them are 15 and 16 suits and every 13 50 and 1250 Fancy Cassi hh re 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 Q fjS Dollars X32ME 2 All Crushers were 150 and Come and take your choice for One X Dollar MENS OVERCOATS 16 15 14 13 1250 Choice NOW for 10 rvoouc 225 canisrer cr lorry fine Calf and Kangaroo HancJL Sewed sold for 650 and 7flW Take your choice I Meter Pea Ridge I once was pleased with Sheriff But now Im mad us fury A Ms CRUTCHER dances have taken place two at Mr Joe Tracys two at Miss Ann Tracys one at Mr A V Tracys and quite a number of others Our County Superintendent has received a petition from citizens of Choatesville asking for a new school district to be formed out of parts of Benson Pea Ridge and Bellepoint As this will improve our county by building a school house and bring another teacher into it the Ridge Scribe approves of the measure The newschool house will be locatedijfon the Calmes farm near Mr lames Black on the Devils Hollow pike Mr Will Dennis is working on a foundation for Mr Z T Collins new house on Pea Ridge pike Born On Dec 30th to Mr Eias Herndon and wife a daugh- Â¬ STARES Metier starts im For when the courts came on he failed To put me on the Jury Miss Olla B Suttles closed her school here Friday before Christmas with many songs speeches recitations a blaze of glory and an avalanche of candy fruits and Â¬ nuts Mr Will Tracy is serving on the jury this week Mr James Tracy who has been very sick is much better Mr Warford who has been living on the Arnold place has moved his family to the Pence place The usual number of renters are riding around hunting places for the year Mr O C Stine of the Caxton Co of Chicago dealers in school supplies visited the Ridge last weeK ana soia a sei 01 cnaris maps gioDes c 10 me irus for the use of district No 4tees This is a move in the right di rection and will be an immediate benefit to teacher and pupil Teachers in some parts of our county have had a hard time similar to a soldier being sent into battle unarmed being compelled to fight ignorance with a piece of chalk Mrs Lena Tracy who has been visiting Mrs Lucy Tracy has returned home Bills are posted here announc- Â¬ ing a Peoples Party convention at Frankfort Jan 13th to nomi- Â¬ - wj y ter Those who wonder what the attraction is for ladies in the office Qf State Librarian should know hat it is not the saiarv that is too small for that resoonsible office but it is the rare literary feast that the State spreads Volumes so deliciously interesting that it lays the works of Rider Haggard or There Jean Libbey in the shade will be no lack of lady candidates while the State Library contains such thrilling works as Jays Political Econ H Secret 1775 Affairs Journal State N Journal Foreign c Public Lands nate county officers Mr Wilton Pierce will move on the Pence farm as soon as a house can be built for him There is not an empty house or vacant farm in all this neighborhood The country seems to be filling up in some cases with people from town Now let there be the merry is sound of music and of dance applicable to the Ridge at this time for numerous parties and While in a neighboring city the scribe met an old resident of Frankfort who inquired about nearly everybody in town After receiving the information required he made a statement which a number of our citizens can subYou see I had been stantiate working along the L S R R helping to arch the tunnels and for some triflng service I rendered one of the masons he was very friendly with me Soon after the tunnel was done I got sent up to the pen for fouryears and three days after I wassent oijt with 3 squad to help the masons on a Â¬ new house opposite the depot Scribe refuses to give the con- Â¬ One day a new mason came victs name but assures him that around and got a job and when the mason did get his hammer he came up on the building I saw Mr Will Pierce who lives on he was my old C S friend As Pences farm Jias bought a tract soon as he saw me he asked the of land on e Devils Hollow FULL STOCK OF- foreman to let me help him which pike containing forty six acres he did so I worked all that week known as the Bryant place Fruit Ornamental Trees handing bricks and keeping his j Mr and Mrs Hiatt of Fair mortar soft When I told him I Grape Vines Asparagus was in for four years he said I view visited Mr and Mrs Hern SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS nnd everything usually ought to be in for ten aiid was don this week found In u nursery establishment We sol Tree t to the planter very rough in his manner to me Mr and Mrs Walter Smith and upnllcatlon und have no ucnts CataliWe on h F HILLENMKYhR Lexington Ky when the guards were close by Mrs Herndon and her sons of Oct 21 flni However he gave me writing ma- - Fairview visited Mrs E Hern terial tobacc molasses and a don this week Midland dozen of other things when he S lorteataniUjuicneat between During the epidemic of la grippe had a chance for which I was Chamberlains Oongh Remedy took CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT very thankful for at the time I the lead here and was much better speak of there were quite a num- Â¬ liked than other cough medicine Only llratl line between ber of better boarding houses in H M Bangs druggist Ohateworth Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car is- - much as Kentucky than mine in facC I 111 The grip cold and the same prea very severe requires lisle Majsville Cynthiana Fal Â¬ was nearly starving to death cisely the same treatment This One day after dinner I mean after remedy is prompt and effectual and mouth and Covington of the reporting at my plate I got no will prevent any tendency For sale disease toward pneumonia ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND dinner my friend dropped his by J W Qayle druggist hammer off the second story and TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD TIME sent me down to the cellar to eet ANNOUNCEMENTS TIME TABLE NOV 26 18D3 it As I went down the ladder he For Jailor p n A M P M said I think it dropped in a bar- Â¬ We are authorized TRAINS K AST No 1 No 8 No 7 rel look and see I LIAMS as a candidate to announce MINUS WIL Well when far re election to the offlce of Frankflln county tothe got to the cellar I looked in the of Jailer the Democratic party subject 15 ro Lv Krankfort A 700 400 100 action ot Lv Summit 7U0 406 110 wttattiuiiipicicaunWo are authorized to announce WT GAINES Lv Elkhorn 711 4J2 126 11S Jailor of Frankllu county LvSwltzer 4 20 718 of Clothes I dropped the Stripes subjectcandidate for of the Democratic party 140 to the action Lv stamping Ground 729 4 SI 200 got into the clothes picked up a Lv Duvall 786 418 210 We re authoaflted to announce II F SHOW Lv Johuxon 742 443 220 piailK ana waiuea out right past ALTER us B for Jailor of Franklin Lv Geojgetown 74J 460 285 county subject to the action of the Democratic Lv 0 Hbepot 768 606 800 Tom South and two other guards party Lv Nevvxown atfl 617 820 Lv Centrevllle 816 up the hill to the Arsenal 625 885 Lv Elizabeth 820 629 345 For Assessor where I threw away my plank and Ar Paris o aaO 640 400 found a skiff on the river bank in We are authorized to announce J AS DESMOND HlfMU U T M Frank INo2 lNo4 INo8jNo18 which I crossed the river and got OCONNOR as a candidate for Assessor ofRepubli Lv TRAINS WEST lln county Subject to the action of the c 906 rarls 115 660 can party a ride to Lawrenceburg that even Â¬ Ar Elizabeth 916 600 4f8 Ar Centervllle 920 D26 60 ing and then hoofed it through Ar Nnwtnnn 928 612 645 For County Judge AT C S Depot 940 680 600 Harrodsburg to Danville that We are ueorgewwn B 1117 Ar 635 iM O authorized jonnson 1124 night boarded a freight train go- LIAMS as a candidate to announce B the WIL Ar Duvall 642 office for re election to c unty JudKd of Franklin county subject to Ar Stamplnir Ground 1130 648 Sffl ing to Chattanooga and got there of action ot the Democratic party Ar 1137 666 830 the Swltzer 7 08 1149 860 the next morning met with an We are authorized to announce Squire DAN Ar Elkhorn Ar 1166 715 906 MOORE as a candidate for County Judge of Frank Ar Summit 1202 721 916 old railroad friend who took me to lin county subject to the action of the Democratic Ar Frankfort A 1210 730 925 Dec 9 te New Orleans that night where I party A connects with L N got on a boat going to Galveston For County Attorney B connects with Q 0 and LS C connects with K C Quite a number of Frankfort Waare citizens will remember about a FRANKLINauthorized to announce RJBFRT B SUNDAY TRAINS as a candidate for County Attorney Lve Frankfort 945 a m Arr Georgetown 1040 or raiiklln county subject to the action of the Convict on the South buildin a in Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort Democratic party 1210 p Til being lost in the cellar He was The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec For Sheriff supposed to have dropped through tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west or fell in an old well He refused to announce It We are ARM- For further Information apply to their airenta tft give the masons name but STRUNG authorized as a candidate for Sheriff E B WEITZEL ranklln 0 D BEROAW county snbjrct to the action of the City Ticket Agent mocrutlp Gen f ass Agt hoped he got his hummer The party November 1894 GEOB HARPER Gen Supt Orchard Lawn Garden -- M raj i I j Kentucky Ry d3 M 31 f W 3 Â¬ I M 1 - I A U Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Jj Â¬ I i 4 is