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Pi The GEO A Fbamfort Roundabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 20 i ft VOL XVLI Highest of all in Leavening Power FKANKFORT KY SATURDAY JANUARY 20 1814 Latest U S Govt Report Foot Badly Cut Â¬ Rp1 Powder snvravsHf Baking Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE A NPW SCIENTIFIC DEVICE Trautwine and Woodsons onometrical and Plutting Cliart Tiig- - Its range of applicability is p actically without limit it is at once useful to the engineer surveyor and draughtsman the pro- Â¬ fessors in college and the teacher in every school where geometry or surveying is trigonometry Even the uneducated taught carpenter who wishes to know the length to cut his rafter to suit a certain rise in a certain distance can find in this chart the long felt want of his life Easy of transportation it can be as useful in the field camp as in the city temple For practical field work all accessible distances or other unknown line lengths whether across a creek or bay the height of a hill or mountain can be instantly obtained after necessary measure ment of base and tangles without the long tedious process of usual calculations It can be used in the school room on the wall for reference and illustration in teaching as well as on the drawing board by which to plat given examples at once teaching principles as well as showing its practical uses The principles it embraces are unalterably and eternally true There is nothing visionary about it being exceedingly useful and comprehensive to the last degree and be yond all question or criticism Once perfected as we design for publication it becomes a complete device and we claim that for all practical purposes it is as far superior to the old methods of platting drawing lettering c as the latest pattern of the Mc Cormick Reaper and Mower is to As a time the old time sickle and labor saving device it is in keeping with the spirit of the times chart engraved With this on transparent material we can test the the area of any map or plat to a remarkably close degree and besides this it can be used to enlarge any kind of drawings or pictures with accuracy and dispatch All kinds of work can be done whether the chart be on opaque or transparent material with a precision and celerity hitherto un practiced if not unknown Â¬ Mr Still Smiley of the Bridgeport neighborhood was cutting BILLIARD3 AND POOL LAWYERS saw logs for Mr R D Armstrong near Avenstoke Shelby county CHAS G PAYNE CHAS T RA Y Billiards and Pool last week and in attempting to Attorney at Law make a lick with his axe it became Tie Club Main Sited entangled in the bushes and di- Â¬ The Finest Tables in the city Gymnasium and Frankfort Kentucky Bowling Alley attached verted the blade so that it came Omce In the Hume Building down across his right foot cutting CONFECTIONER WM CROMWELL it nearly in two just below the in- Â¬ JOHN R TODD Attorney at Law step The wound was dressed by Manufacturing Dr Johnson and Mr Smiley is now Confectioner Frankfort Kentucky able to ride out but it will be Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the 41 St Clair Street Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties a long time before he can walk Home made Candies Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream and will also give special attenton to the pur and Soda Water In season Clears and Tobacco chase iiiid sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans Near new bridge without crutches Business and Professional Directory msk I H I Â¬ t ff u Mr D M Woodson civil engineer of this city has just taken out a copyright upon a scientific device which will be of great value to civil engineers and sur-Â¬ veyors in simplifying and lessening their labors It is called a trigonometrical and platting chart and Mr Woodson is very proud of his production especially as in giving it to the public his name is associated with that of one of the most noted civil engineers in the world Mr John C Trautwine Mr Woodson of Philadelphia had been at work upon it for sometime and when completed submitted it to Mr Trautwine for his opinion of its merits That gentleman had already copyrighted something similar but lecognized the superiority of Mr Woodsons device over his own production at once pro- prosed to combine the advantages of both and jointly copyright it which was done and as a result Trautwine and Woodsons Trigo nometrical and Platting Chart will soon be upon the market The following extract taken from a description of the device which accompanied the application for a copyright will fully explain the great utility of the chart as a help to an engineer or mathema tician The chart is absolutely with Â¬ out limit in its scope of angular and linear measurements For mapping railroad line sur- Â¬ The veys it is especially useful angles radii curves and tangents can be laid off with great ease Any proprecision and rapidity file 20 inces at a time can be as easily obtained and indefinitely extended on tracing material It can be used for any purpose for which Cross Section paper is Dyspepsia used The chart also answers every Isnt pleasant nor Is it necessary purpose for the calculation of the Dr Hales Household ea will cure cubic contents ol embankments in ic We have a great many testimo nials from people who say ithasabso railroad work for which Mr lutely cured them It is ploasant to Trautwines Cross Section Sheet take and cost only 25o and 50o a package at P H Carpenters drug was designed b lines- can be in store Right angular Assigned stantly traced and any angle what Spacing ever at once obtained Mrs Josie Stephens who has and parallels can be traced to any desired width apart Parallel lines been doing a millinery and dress Â¬ can be ruled on any opaque sur- Â¬ making business on Second street face narrower than the width of made an assignment Saturday to the chart by the use of a common Mr L B Marshall for the benefit straight edge rule of her creditors Letters and figures can be traced m with great ease any desired shape It Should bo In Every House Â¬ hold or size and fancy designs and be rdering can be quickly traced Clay St J Wilson The length of diagonal distances burgB Pa says 371 will not beSharpes ho without such as is commonly obtained by Dr Kings New Discovery for Con Â¬ extraction 6 square root can be in- sumption OoughB and Colds that it his wife stantly obtained as for instance curedPneumonia who was threatond after an attack of with common house or barn rafters LaGrippo when various other rem Â¬ c edies and several physicians had done roof and bridge trusses Barker of It is a complete net work of her no good Robert Dr Kings Gooksport Pa claims It is New Discovery haB done him more right angles and triangles always ready for the demonstration than anything he ever used for it proposition in geometry ung Trouble Nothing like H TryÂ¬ of any Car it Free trial bottles at P or the solution of any problem in penters Drug Store Large bottleB 5 trigonometry 50c and f 100 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ She Committed Suicide Cone at Paris left this W DRUGS W CHINNJR Â¬ Attorney at Law H AVERILL Mrs F O letter My husband Forgive me if I Druggist Frankfort Kentucky cause you trouble but I suffer so Will You do not know what these long Main Street opp City Hall floor practice In all State Courts Office second Custom House wakeful wretched nights are to me A general stock of Drug Fine Stationery a and I am so tired darlingthe pain specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions will never be better It is not easy to compounded at all hours NEWSDEALER take my own life but I have been sick so long Goodbye my husband NO W RWILLIAMS CO GUY BARRETT I love you your wife his is one News Dealer and of the thousands that gives up in Druggists stead of using Dr Miles Restorative Bookseller Nervine and being speedily cured of 314 Main Street 332 Main Street their wretchedness Goto J WGayle Prescriptions and and get an elegant book and trial hours A linecarefully Fancy accurately tilled at all Fine Stationery Peilodlc ils of all kinds Fancy line of Toilet Articles Goods 6 bottle free J Â¬ house on Ann street For Sale or Rent J tf My dwelling T Buckley FLOUR AND FEED PAINTERS Â¬ M HARTSTEIN REOCK DONALDSON Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce Fincel Block South Side Oysters W B BRIDGEFORD The Painter IO hand St Clair Street Fish an Game In season Pickles aim Preserves I Choice Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on LIVERY WINES Â¬ MANGAN DARNELL GEO B S A LENDER Fine Livery Terms Reasonable Bridge Saloon 45 St Clair Street Wine and Liquor dealer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Will be a mighty interesting 219 Main Stiect There is too place this week many goods in the house and my store being small I am compelled to make a big cut in prices to Read this carefully reduce stock 500 yards white goods at 5 cents a yard 249 yards Dress Ginghams the very best onlv jV cents a yard 65 Tain Oshanter Hats for children only 20 eents a ICE CREEPERS Mats tor bailor piece 19 only 50 cents a piece ladies it trT y f Dress SHOVELS wool all vards loo Goods Storm Serge or Henriettas at 37 cents a yard retail everywhere at 50 ceuts 25 dozen LANTERNS L Colored Handkerchiefs for ladies or children only 2 eents a piece 10 dozen Towels all linen large size at 25 cents a pair worth 35 and 40 cents 64 yards White Table Linen at 45 cents worth 60 cents a vard 150 yards Striped Pressed Flannels at 30 cents worth 45 cents a yard 100 Pairs of Kid Gloves all sizes HARDWARE Black Tan Brown and Slate on ly 75 cents worth Si a pair Â¬ specialt California Wines a Down She Goes UA -- n - WEATHER STRIPS 5 COAL HODS Â¬ GLASS M Maj P GRAY MERCHANT Tumbled Down Â¬ The Kind or Soup It Was Â¬ 100 REfllNflHTS In embroideries in different widths i4 to 3 yards each will be sold at about half their value and remember this will be the last week for the - Â¬ Â¬ ranging from 10 PER CENT Early Wednesday morning the Henry T Stanton recently sent to the Louisville Post the wall of the rear end of W B following joke on the late Judge Lucketts livery stable on Lewis street fell down causing a loss of Alvin Duvall of this city A leak in a gutter Judge Alvin Duvall in addition 50 or 75 to being a gentle and most charm long neglected was doubtless the ing man in general society was full cause of the trouble as the wall of fun and always perpetrating had become saturated with water He some joke in his own family A portion of the side wall will took great pleasure in telling how his wife and children sometimes also have to come down as it is On one considerably sprung turned the joke on him when he came back from occasion Discount Hosiery On Wool Underwear You Blankets and Comforts should take advantage of this sale and come before they are picked over Â¬ At No 319 Main Street new State National Bank Washington where he had been for several weeks attending the Supreme Court he went into din ner and his wife asked Alvin will you have soup Ah my dear said he with the air of a gourmet at Delmoni cos is it green turtle consomme mullagatawney or Its bean soup you old fool and its a responded Mrs D good for you heap too The Judge was responsible for this story and used to tell it with great gusto Hock lltiveii Â¬ About a year ago I took a violent attack of la grippo 1 coughed day and night for about six weeks my wife suggested I try Chamberlains Cough Remedy At tlrst 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 doso I took another and it was only a few dayB until I was free from the cough I think peoplo in general ought to know the value of thisÂ¬ remedy and I tako pleasure in ac knowledging the boneilt I have re- Â¬ Madison Mustard ceived from it Otway Ohio 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by J W Gayle drnggist KVtiLt wrariys ITl V iHINWWJWWW w I THE BOX OPENED And the Ballots Counted obedience to the order of Judge Cantrill the officers of the November election at the Gas House precinct went into court yesterday afternoon were given the ballot box used at that precinct on that occasion and repaired to an upper room in the Court House counted the ballots and made a return showing that Judge Julian and most of the Democratic ticket for councilmen received a majority in the entire city at the November election The officers were out from 230 oclock in the afternoon until 7 at night before making a report In wifo and daughter accompanied hi m as far as Louisville where they will reside in the future IfMHLS iLrLUYifir R A White T J Ransdell Wm Gaertner Circuit Court The contested election cases from this KQOT -- Utlir T Green Hiver Tobacco Warehouse its CD Frapu MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE WHITE RANSUELL R B U I Hi fi I It r5 Mr D McHenry was in Louisville on Monday last Mr and Mrs Vernon L Clark were in Louisville on Monday Hon J T Helm of Louisville spent Tuesday in this city en B W Duke of Louisville wag in ho city on Tuesday Little Miss Lena Pusoy has return Â¬ ed to her home Jn Louisville Hon D L May of Louisville Spent Wednesday in this city Hon Laf Joseph of Louisville was in the city on Tuesday last Mr Grant Grpeh Jr has returned from a bushiest trip to Chicago Mr Woodford Longmoor returned Sunday from a visit to Louisville Miss Jennye McDonald returned Monday from a visit to Louisville Dr J Q A Stewart returned Sat Â¬ urday night from a trip to Louisville Mr J W Crutcher and wife spent Sunday with relatives in Georgetown Dr William Cheatham and wife of Louisville were in the city Wednes Â¬ city which were laid over from last week were again taken up Monday afternoon and their mSUFOR A CASE IT WILL NOT CURE Anncrreeablo Laxatlvo nnd NEItVE TONIC consideration continued at a night Sold by DrusrRiMs or sent hy mull 25c 6O0 session At adjournment they and SlOQper package Samples free VO VFft The Favorite TOOTB TOWSlS were still further continued until AV HwforthoToethandBceath86c W Tuesday evening at which time For sale by HALLSMcKee Hardie OLD STAND Jan28 lv the argument on both sides was concluded and the Judge took Hard Times but them under advisement and yester Still in the Ring day handed down a decision that the ballots cast at the Gas House Look at the following prices precinct should be counted and 19 lbs Granulated Sugar 100 directed that the officers of elec- Â¬ Arbucliles Lron nnd XXXX 25 cents He st iiecn Coffee i2lfa conts tion at that precinct be summoned Rood Greei Coilee 20 cents PERSONAIi Meat ptr pound 10 culls pounds 190 to come into court at 2 oclock in Bjst Flour per 100 10 cents Polks Tomatoes Miss Adele Gaines is with relatives the afternoon and receive their in- Sueur Corn 10 cents Perfection Corn lityj cents in Louisville structions as to proceeding with Caramel Syrup Moln ses per gallon 30 cents Jelly per pound 5 cents Â¬ Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Storage Free of Charge Four Months CSfWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Shclbyville Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville Jan 20 tf THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only the count The case of R C Church vs Kentucky Midland Railway Co which has been once tried ap- Â¬ pealed reversed and sent back by the Court of Appeals was tried again on Tuesday and resulted in B hung jury The Case of Beatty L Davis charged with the murder of Win Coble was commenced late Tuesday afternoon and concluded Thursday morning when the jury brought in a verdict of not guilty Radcliffe was tried James Thursday upon a charge of stealing and resulted in a hung jury Â¬ Â¬ ADDle liutter Der nound 7tt rents Preserves per pound 10 cents 3 lbs Table Peaches 15 cents 8 lbs Pe Peaches 10 cents Maple Syrup per Jue 50 cents Good Tea per pound 85 cents Oat Meal per pound 4 cents Lima Beans per tound i cents Jnvy Beans per pound 4 cents Prunes per pound 10 certs French Sarahies 15 cents Mustard Sardines 10 cents American Sardines 6 cents Gallon Can Apples SO cents Marrowfat Pens 10 cents Everything else Just as cheap CASH ONLY Cor cross and Murr y Jan 20 lm E GARDNER it How About The Weather The Weekly Courier Journal published at Louisville Ky delights in keeping its subscribers Â¬ Council Meeting The city council held a meeting Thursday evening and refused to take action in relation to the bridge and which estimate now due Messrs amounts to 1057050 appoint- Â¬ Lewis and Hendrick were ed a committee to ascertain if possible if the present council is a legal body in case the city muddle is not settled at an early date A resolution in relation to the Kentucky River Improvement was day Miss Etta Weitzel of Wheeling W Va is theguest of Miss Qenevieve Weitzel Mr John M Todd and wife of Louisville are visiting relatives in this city Mrs Sam Klass and children went to Louisville on Thursday to visit relatives Miss Nellie Samuels of Newport is is the guest of Miss Kate Overton on Shelby street Miss Tilla Cox of Woodford coun- Â¬ ty is visiting Miss Rebecca Averill on Washington street Mr Will Gayle who has been visit in his parents here left Monday for his home in Columbus Mrp William Cromwell left Wed nesday for Henry county to visit her Bister who is quite sick Misses Mary and Maud Weller of Louisville have been visiting Senator John H Weller this week Mi E L Cronk editor of the New Era and Mr Noland of Louisville were in the city Wednesday Miss Beulah McLoney of Harrison county is the guest of Hon J A Hammon and wife at the Capital Â¬ adopted The matter in relation to changing the location of several arc lights was referred to the committee on gas Then the council adjourned Â¬ In addition to being guessing the greatest Democratic newspaper published it has been a pioneer in enterpnsees tnat re- Â¬ quire thought and figuring on the part of its subscribers The Weeklys estimating contest on the election in 1892 by whrch 14300 in gold coin were distrib- Â¬ uted among forty five guessers is a sample of this The latest guessing offer of this paper is on the weather that one subject on which we all consider ourselves prophets The Weekly Courier In one of tlxt Journal proposes to give jSiooo in cash to its subscribers who can name the coldest day in the month of February 1804 at Louisville Ky and guess closest to the low- Â¬ est temperature on this day The contest closes January 31 1894 Every new subscriber who sends 1 can make one guess and every old subscriber who renews send- Â¬ ing 1 can guss Send for a sample copy of the paper for full particulars Write at once as the time is short Â¬ 1 Per Year Our Job Department bait in the State and Xt tr prepared to tura out on ihort notice t X Will Act In Ills Absence F Johnson leaves for Washington City this afternoon Mr L and will not return for several days m Another KoiituclcianIn It NEW CORPORATIONS v VA X m Vi K During his absence Mr Jas A December 26 Black Mountain Violett will attend to the duties of Gold Mining Milling Company County Attorney incorporators Albert B Fall George W Wood John Mack N Take the Tj and RichaJd L Young residents The following articles of incorporation were filed in the office of the secretary during the past week Â¬ x m 9 xxtfx SfS L X X X m x If you are going anywhere and want to go in style speed and Hotel N the shortThe L comfort Miss Nancy Lee Mynheir of Mt est and best line to Nashville DeSterling who has been visiting Miss catur Chattanooga Atlanta Bir Havens in this city returned home Thursday Mrs J O Hopple and daughter Miss Julia of Cincinnati are the guests of Mrs Geo W Ohinn on Broadway Prof Lovett of the University of Virginia Charlottesville is visiting the family of Major H S Hale on Second Street Mrs Elizabeth Macklin formerly of this county is quite ill at the resi Â¬ Rev T J dence of her in Georgetown Stevenson Mrs J A Hummon and Miss Edith Hummon wife and daughter of Representative Hammon of Scott are visiting him at the Capital Hotel Mrs Walter Kelly of Hopldnsville i visiting relatives here having been summoned by the dangerous illness of her mother Mrs Agnes H Mc Oluro Mrs II Clay Lilly wife of the pastor of the Southern Presbyterian Church has joined her husband here and they have taken rooms at Mr A Pilkingtons cornor of Second and son-in-la- Steele streets Col E Polk Johnson who has been visiting his family hore left Monday His for his post of duty in Chicago of Las Cruces N M capital stock 500000 divided into 5000 shares of board of 100 each Â¬ directors incorporators place of of business Las Cruces N M Â¬ New Indiana Democrat Montgomery mingham Orleans San Antonio Pensacola MINERAL EMPIRE Jacksonville and all cities in the south southeast and southwest is Judge Fall I3utton IIolcl for a also the ideal route to St Louis Talk on the Now Black Kansas City Denver Ogden San Mountain District Diego San Francisco and all the Probably the richest unprospect cities in the west northwest and ed area in the country is being southwest also the best line be- Â¬ encroached upon just now by the tween Frankfort and Chicago and coming of miners to the eastern all intermediate points either via slope of the Oregon mountains Louisville or Cincinnati Between Some thirty two miles east of Las Frankfort and New York Wash Â¬ Cruces the Black Mountains ington Baltimore Philadelphia mining district has been organized Old Point Comfoit Norfolk Va by miners and prospectors chiefly It is noted for its fast time and from Colorado Utah and Idaho In fact to any olid comfort Hon A U Fall talks of the point in the bounds of the United new district in the most encourag States there is no road to day that ing terms At present 100 men can offer accommodations to equal are employed in the mines there the Louisville and Nashville and every day brings new prosIf you are contemplating a trip pectors from the frigid north Up dont fail to give us a call we to this time the Maud S Sunol will be able to direct you over the and the Mormon mines are the best line Call on or address chief gold producers An Ala- Â¬ C E Millek Ticket Agent bama company is also arranging H BLogsoon Agent for active work and a Mr Gashe o rie of California has opened you weak some rich properties The quartz worn out take veins in the above named mines and BROWNS IRON BITTERS are four to six feet between per- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BINDERY Blank Books of ell kinds gotten np in the highest style of t Ji Ml V the art Old Books and Music bound at lowest rates Job I Work of all kinds solicited feet walls of granite and chist The ofb is an iron oxide iron and copper sulphuret while the pay streak is fifteen inches in width that will yield an average of JS85 in gold to the ton The assays run from 65 to 2800 per ton This whole district will be given fresh impetus when the new 10 a mill being erected by stamp Messrs Fall Mack and Wood blows in on February 15 The Sunol is remarkable for the fact that thirty feet north and running parallel with the main vein is a sixteen inch vein of copper ore running 285 per cent copper 27 ounces in silver and 12 in gold This copper vein is supposed to come across the San Agustin plains from the Jerilla mountains thirty five miles dis- Â¬ tant and which are phenominally rich mineral deposits which the New Mexican will treat of in another article in the near future Nexv Mexican Sante Fe N M January 6 1894 Well Hot a Cent It Is to call your attention to tho fact that Dr Hales Household Ointment is the finest romedy in tho world for general ubo It takes away pains at once For cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a hundred ailments ono is apt to have You want it in the house all the time ana alter you nave once without it 25 tried it you wont be p You will read this nf1 fin hfl m If all feel I teks druer store hox t H nAnf 6 r 3 1 1 JVL a selberx STERLING SILVERWARE Fine Watches Diamonds and Jewelry C Kyr To California The Kentucky Midland Railway tickets to San Jose Los Angeles Colton San Bernardino San Diego or Portland Oregon and return for 9165 on account of Midwinter Fair at San Fran- Â¬ cisco Cal December 1st to April 30th 1894 will sell Â¬ Ho 333 Entertained tlie Bar Hon James Andrew Scott gave an elegant supper to the members of the bar and a few other friends at his home on the corner of Shel Â¬ by and Cross streets last night Some thirty odd guests were present and spent an exceedingly pleasant evening A Doctor in tlio Neighborhood Dr C M Cook has recently located in the Ducker Station neighborhood and wishes the people of that locality to know it hence his card appears in another column Â¬ St Clair Street ITrarxlfort the facilities of our Such provision public schools is already made in the interests of Is it not as the colored schools essentially necessary to the advancement of the schools for white children in improving Â¬ J Compulsory Education Editor Roundabout In the Bureau of Education at Washington D C a record of reports from superintendents of the States in which compulsory education laws have been tried shows that up to the present time such laws have been inefficent have failed utterly to accomplish the purpose intended On the contrary the statement is made that immediately upon the passage of such a law in the State of Con- Â¬ necticut there was a great decrease in the enrollment of the schools and that the compulsory law itself had contributed to this reThese are the words of sult the Hon C D Hine Secretary of the Board of Education of that State The State of Texas once had a compulsory law While no serious effort was made to enforce it the law was so unpopular that it contributed to a re action in public sentiment against the whole public school system Texas lost ten years in the progress of its public schools on account of this re action This is a statement of Oscar H Cooper State SuperinFrom New tendent of Texas York the report comes The com Â¬ pulsory laws in this State do not This is the general compel statement from all Twenty five States have passed laws of a compulsory character They are inefficient because of the lack of power to enforce them The case is singular in that the presented people through their legislators have expressed the desire to compel children to attend school at the same time the people are un willing to comply with the law An unenforced law not only fails to lessen the evil it seeks tocorrect but it degrades law in the estima tion of the people and increases the evil These efforts have been made chiefly in that section of our country in which public school sentiment is strongest and consequently where public opinion would be expected to give support powerful enough to enforce the laws yet such laws are inopera- Â¬ tive Education is general in the United States to day James Boyce a most profound student of political economy than whom no higher authority on that subject exists says of us that as a people the average knowledge is higher the habit of reading and thinking more generally diffused than in any other country The average of tempeiance chastity truthfulness and general probity is somewhat higher than in any of Christian the nations of Europe ity influences conduct more than in any modern country Possessing such a reputation without the aid of compulsory education laws it seems that an effort to establish such a law is an effort in the wrong direction The greatest need of Kentucky schools to day is an efficient corps of professionally trained teachers State Normal Schools should be established and well supported for Such an effort this purpose would be in the right direction No greater effort could be made Â¬ Â¬ Have Yon Thought About going to Florida this win tei Its the greatest resting place in America Season soon opens Elegant hotels magnificent tropical surroundings While people in the north shiver and button their great ceats closer you can sail summer streams lounge through the magnolias or rest under the bloom of orange Â¬ Forks of Elkliorn Regular services at Buck Run to morrow at the usual hours Prof S C Mitchell of Georgetown College officiating Â¬ The public schools are closing Some will extend the session to ight months A move in the right direction Mr B B Bigstaff of Eastern Ky has been in our community for the past two weeks shaking hands with his many friends Desiring the benefit of a reguÂ¬ lar graded school several boys of this section are attending the city school in Frankfort Our doctors report quite a num ber of our people on the sick list None are seriously ill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The weather for this season of the year is very much like spring Â¬ A considerable number of our male population have been attend Â¬ ing court in Frankfort during the past three weeks Dr Buckner and wife visited friends at Georgetown last week Mr Howard Lucas and Miss Mattie Triplett were married last Monday at the residence of the Rev brides mother in this tovn Geo Darsie officiating Mr J F Goddard visited relatives in Woodford county the first of the week Mr Mike Slusher of Mt Ster ling has been in our midst since Uncle Mike is always last report welcome Master Elmer Buidin has re turned home from a visit to friends Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at Mt Sterling Misses Bettie Jones and Annie South have been visiting friends at Stamping Ground several days this week The tobacco men are about through stripping The prices realized however are not calculated to produce very great encouragement Taking advantage of the ex ceeding fine weather the farmers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ms have been plowing and otherwise preparing for the cropping season For County Cleric We are authorized to niinounce N U SMITH as a candidate for re election to the ofllce of County Cleric of Franklin county subject to the action of the Democratic party The presistent cough which usu Â¬ ally follows an attack of the grip can be permanently cured by taking Chamberlains Cough Remedy NV A McQuire of McKay Ohio says La grippe left me with a severe cough groves After using several different medi- Â¬ You can angle in the best stockcines without relief I tried Chambe- Â¬ ed fishing waters of America rlains Cough Remedy which effected a permanent cure I have also found You can have the most perfect it to be without an equal for children hotel service when troubled with colds or croup The way to reach Florida is by 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by J the Vestibuled Trains of the W Qayle druggist o Qeeen Crescent Route A Iilttle Deceiver Finest trains in the South It cannot be called a little fraud ersSolid trains and through sleepto Jacksonville as it is of too great value and is 109 miles shorter than any other not to blame for being missed line Service as perfect as a Vicks New Branching Aster modern American railway can when out resembles the chrysan- Â¬ make it or send Apply to themum so closely that only ex- Â¬ your address any agentRINEAR to W C perts can tell the difference and SON G P A Cincinnati o as it comes into flower six weeks for winter tourists rates schedules before the and at a information as to hotels etc See mums time when flowers are scarce it that your tickets read over the is a great temptation to the florist Queen and Crescent Route mums to sell these Asters for Announcement The Branching Aster can be easily grown out doors and the No apology is necessary on the seeds cost only 25 cents per score of medical propriety for packet so that every person who thus announcing to the profession has a foot of ground can enjoy a and the public that we have made grand treat for almost nothing a long careful and special study If you want honest goods send of cancerous diseases together io cents to James Vicks Sons with all malignant and other Rochester New York for Floral tumors and are able to offer the Guide it costs nothing as the io results of our extensive experience cents may be deducted from first in Kentucky and surrounding order countries in a system of rational and successful treatment that we TjUihI Seekers Excursions believe has never heretofore been attained and we are able to point Would be pleased to have all of successful canes farmers or others who are inter Â¬ to thousands not in a boasting but rather in a ested drop us a card asking for of thankfulness that we are information about our Land Seek Â¬ spirit able to prove so clearly our thus ers Excursions assertion that our system does Tickets at one fare for the round cure cancer With a positive trip from Cincinnati Louisville knowledge of this fact now so or Lexington Ky to points in fully endorsed by thousands of suf Kentucky Tennessee Alabama ferers and approved by the pro Â¬ Mississippi and points in Georgia fession we should be wanting in as far east as Augusta also to humanity if we neglected any New Orleans and Mobile means in our power Excursions January 8th Febru- glad tidings among to spread the those afflicted ary 8th March 8th and April 9th with this most terrible and hopeLimited to twenty days for return Write to W P Cooley T P less of diseases We have printed a pamphlet A Cleveland O C A Baird cause giving the symptons T P A Detroit Mich or A J varieties of cancers and c Lytle N P A Chicago Ills tumors Anyone feeling inter for information as to rates etc esting can get a copy free by adand for literature on the South or dressing to Drs Current Smith W C Rinearson G P A Paris Ky Cincinnati O above cancer doctors will The be at the Meriwether Hotel on Electric Hitters Monday February 5th Court hiB remedy is becoming so well Day known and bo popular as to need no 17 tf All who have used apodal mention m Electric Bitters sing the same song of Twonty Uvo Dollars Kowurd praise A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all A reward of twenty five dollars that is claimed Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver and will be given for the return to this Kidneys will remove Pimples Boils office of a solitaire diamond stud Salt Rheum and other affections between Ann 011 Broadway caused by impure blood Will drive lost Malaria from the system and prevent and St Clair streets on December as wall as cure all malarial fever For cure of Headache Constipation and 25 1893 indigestion try Electric Bitters En FOn DYSPEPSIA tiro satisfaction guaranteed or money Indigestion mul Stomach disorders tako refunded Price 50oandl per bottle IIKOWNS 1HON UITTKHS AU dealers keep It SI per bottle Uenulnchaa at South Side drug store trademark and crossed red lines ou wrapper 5 P H Carpenter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Bucklens Arnica Salve The best salve in the world for Cuts 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¬ My resi Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the Presbyterian Church Mrs W B Rodman Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though Dr the nerves A new discovery Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at J WQayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly Found A clasp door key was picked up on the street and left at this office The owner can have same by calling and proving Phil Carpenter For Sale or Rent 8 ly w property who are thin hollow-chestor growing too fast are made Strong Robust and Healthy by ed Children COtt Emulsion the Cream of Cod liver Oil It contains material for mak- Â¬ ing healthy Flesh and Bones Cures Coughs Colds and Weak Lungs Physicians the world over endorse it Dont be deceived by Substitutes repired by Scott Jt Bowno N Y All DruggUti i i tiese te3e MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points ORTH and WEST Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations For Further Information Address S L Bryan C PA W Crush D Fi A m LOUISVILLE OR KY Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 JiiiJii Win I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered nt the post office at FrnnkfortKentucky us aocond elnss mutliible mutter Populist Convention of this county assembled in Convention at the court house Saturday after Â¬ noon and Mr John Dennis was chosen Chairman and Chas T Flynn was made Secretary The following gentlemen were nomi nated for the various county offices to be filled at the November election viz County Judge F M Shelton Jailer L D Poindexter Sheriff John Dennis Assessor Frank Peffer Coroner James Whitehouse Constable for First District William Roberts Magistrate for First District M J Foley The following preamble and resolution was adopted unanimously by the meeting viz Whprkas The working men of Frankfort and Franklin county here assembled recognize the in- Â¬ ability of mechanics and laborers to secure employmennt under the present conditions and we further understand and recognize the source from which this inability sprung We also believe that unemployed workmen have the Constitutional right to go wheresoever they please and to ask when hungry for that which sus- Â¬ We believe that the ar- Â¬ tains life rest and condemnation of worthy men when in the act of seeking employment is a shame and abuse of authority and be it Resolved By the Peoples Party of Frankfort and Franklin county in convention assembled do con demn in unmeasured terms the law making power of Kentucky for the enactment of statutes which condemn honest and worthy men to imprisonment for no other reason or cause other than being out of employment and money The following delegates were appointed to attend the Conof this gressional Convention district the time and place which it will be held to be anat viz nounced later on JD B South Moore W T John Dennis Lewis Choate A B Ba WB N CarrBridge con ford David Kirkpatrick and Thos Wilson C T Flynn John Denn is Secretary Chairman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Peoples Party GEO A LEWIS Editor arid Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 20 1891 On Washington A committee composed of Gen Fayette Hewitt Maj Nor man Gen D W B Lindsey Gen W J Hendrick Capt W F Dandridgc Col J Stoddard John ston Messrs Stephen Black M P Gray Geo L Payne and Geo B Harper will leave here to day for Washington City to appear with the Congressmen and Senators interested before the Rivers and Harbors Committee with a view and hope of demonstrating the importance of the work of further improving the Kentucky river by an appropriation sufficient to complete the river navigation to the coal iron and timber fields of Eastern Kentucky Circulars have been sent out to the boards of trade and city councils of the following cities and towns viz Louisville Cincinnati New Albany Jeffersonville and Covington Indiana Madison Danville Newport Richmond Nicholasville and Lawrenceburg requesting that they pass resolu tions urging upon Congress the importance of a liberal appropria tion to the Kentucky river and if possible send delegates to accompany the committee from this city The present is the most favora ble opportunity we have ever had of securing a recommendation from the Committee on Rivers and Harbors of an adequate appropri ation to complete the locking and damming of the Kentucky and it Everv citi should not be lost zen who is likely to have a particle of influence t Washington and can spare the time should join the committee on their trip and do his level best to secure for the Kentucky what she is entitled to a liberal amount in the River and Harbor appropriation bill Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LC Â¬ Thoros cither a perfect and permanent cure no matter how bad your caso or of how long standing or theros 500 in cash for you Tho proprietors of Dr Sagos Remedy in perfect good faith agroo and contract to giva you one or tho other liko you dont They may perÂ¬ haps help you for atlmo But when Catarrh is driven from tho head by such means something clso is suro to sufTer Usually nino times out of ton its tho lungs With Dr Sagos Remedy theres a perfect and permanent cure by sensiblo methods The worst chronic cases yield to its mild Boothing cleansing and healing properties Not only Catarrh itself but Catarrhal Head Â¬ ache Cold in tho Head all tho troubles that may causo Catarrh or may como from it if Catarrh if youll tako Doctor Sagos Catarrh Itomody With tho poisonous ir Â¬ ritating snuffs strong caustic soÂ¬ of You nee the last JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET CO balms and lutions creams tho Have Removed From the Batzell Building TO 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Eapital Hntel short time CSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Just before the guests departed for their homes an unfortunate acci dentoccutred MissGertrudeSouth had put on her wrap preparatory to going home but stepping into the dancing room she commenced to waltz with a lady friend when her wrap fell from her shoulders and became entangled in her feet throwing her against a window The glass was broken by her weight coming against it and her neck was cut quite severely in several places by the jagged edges of the glass HALLS OLD STAND FR 4NKF ORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARDIE Jan21 lv C I GAYLE H I JOE T I STATEN CO r 1 i In the Grip of the Grippe Information received here a few days ago is to the effect that the family of Mr E C Went from erly of this city were having a siege with the grippe at their home in Lewiston New York Mr his wife two daughters and Went the cook were all in bed with it at one time and he came near dying but was some better at last accounls Will Kun for Have purchased the entire stock of 1 d 3 41 FURNITURE j t Of Frankfort Furniture Manu- faeturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT j Jailer ji Â¬ Â¬ - Mr F M Scofield will make the race for Jailer of this county Mr as a Republican catididate is one of the most popu- Â¬ Scofield lar men in his party and if he receives its nomination will make it lively for his opponent who- Â¬ ever he may be During the epidemic of la grippe Chamberlains Oongh Remedy took the lend hero and was much better liked than other cough medicine H M Bangs druggist Ohatsworth 111 The grip is much the same as a very severe cold and requires pre Â¬ This cisely the same treatment remedy is prompt and effectual and will prevent any tendency of the disease toward pneumonia For sale by J W Guyle druggist J i Come now and look wa have 100 i OHEVAL 1500 1800 i J j Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in the next few months 1 4 The Resolutions Presented The committee appointed by the Louisville Commercial Club came to this city Wednesday and presented the resolutions adopted by the Club asking the Legisla ture to make an adequate appro priation for the erection of a new capitol building to a joint meeting of the Committees on Library and Public Buildings of both houses Short and logical speeches were made by Messrs Henry Sherley and M B Bowden on behalf of the Club urging the committee to recommend a liberal appropriation After they had concluded the Hon J V Crenshaw Representative from Bullitt and Spencer counties took the floor and you want to believe your Uncle Vard is dead square agin an appropriation for he spoke up right peart to the pint He sang the same old song of the poor down trodden tax- Â¬ payers who were a earnin of ther livin by the sweat of ther brow having to pay for the magnificent building proposed to be erected and times weie too hard to add to 226 ANN STREET j When War is Deelared Against u mans happiness by his btomacli the enemy may be pacified und brought speedily and easby to terms That potent regulator of dlges tlon Hostetters Stomach Bitters disciplines the Indigestion arises rebellious organ thoioushly from weakness of the stomach und the food In It for want of the power to digest decomposes and acidifies giving rise to heartburn flatulence und pain besides u multitude of sjinptoms both changeful and perplexing Hut penes soon reigns when the great stomachic Is resorted to and used wlh persistence Dyspepsia gives rise to morbid discomposure of mind and even sleep Â¬ To lessness and hypochondria In chronic cases the complete dismissal of these the Bitters Is fully adequate Liver complaint constipation debility rheumatism and malaria are complete- Â¬ ly subdued by this genial medicine YOU WANT4J - Mlllville Mr and Mrs W R Owen of Clark county are visiting the family of Mr Ben Johnson TO CKBT I2T OlST THIS OFFER inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Miss Hogcs Entertainment Miss Eva Hoge gave an elegant masque hop at the residence of her parents three and a half miles from the city on the Versailles pike Monday evening The attendance of young people was large and the costumes worn handsome and unique An elegant lunch was served during the evening and dancing to music furnished by the Capital City Orchestra was kept up until a late Â¬ Â¬ hour Mr and Mrs I T Darnell gave Our STERED FURNITURE quite a delightful party at their home near here on Wednesday offer We will night a splendid supper was served at 1 1 oclock and dancing was indulged in until a late hour and all present had a most enjoyable time in our stock consisting of Parlor Misses Lemira Roberts and Every piece of Upholstered Furniture Come while c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Thedosia Buckhannan of Paynes assortment is unbroken the Depot are the charming guests of Miss Dixie Hawkins Miss Susie Darnell of Duckers is the guest of her cousin Mrs J T Darnell this week Miss Djxie Hawkins gave a candy pulling on Monday night of last week in honor of her guests Misses Roberts ahd Buckhannan all had a pleasant time until further notice greatly at Â¬ REDUCED PRIGE8 R ROGERS SON their burdens c After he had concluded the committee adjourned and it is not known yet when they will report one or the other of the bills now before them Lawn Mowers auH on LAWN MOWERS I - Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fairs Friends I stand at the HEAD for Hardware Soon to Wed The wedding of Miss Katie M Newman daughter of Mr Pat Newman of this city and Dr J C Brennan of Louisville has in the Louisville been announced papers to take place in April PRICES The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder AptlUMy Used in Millions of Homes Kf Lead The Market a-3 500- A 450 No Ammonia No Alum 40 Years the Standard 323 BEOjftuDWiLT Street tl A JM ti Aj i J6 k sl v aijjiri m Hfyiftwjim U 1 ft r M r f 5 1 i O 2R CETJaCaE3I Prosldoat T TTv C CTOrCECIEIR Secretary iif1 IV JT If tlj 1 1 a fc uggies KY IB XT TO SIS And all styles Vehicles Harness and Saddlery of the PllLetOIlS m BUGGY fc HARNESS WORKS We are the only large and completely equipped manufacturers of these goods in Central Kentucky and BUILD ONLY THE BEST HAND MADE WORK We build all these goods in wholesale quantities and you are not which we soil at prices as low as that asked for the cheap factory work heretofore sold here manufacturers All styles Vehicles etc used in this locality on display at our retail store charged either freight or dealers commissions by buying of us as together with a large stock of Plows and extras for same Plow and Wagon Gear Saddles etc All kinds of Turf Goods and supplies U SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE REPAIRING OF OLD VEHICLES Very low prices on Holoes Whips and Horse Blankets for 10 days FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JANUARY 20 1894 RETAIL STORE OPPO COURTHOUSE DR TO CALIFORNIA The Land of Sunshine Ami Flowers W I KELLEY O Fruit HANNEN OF CINCINNATI will be at the At the Gate ll m m m to BY JOSEPH DEKT SMILEY St Peter stood cuard nt the golden gate With a solemn nielli and ulr hedate When up to the top ot the golden stair A man und a wvniin ascended therts Applied lir admission They came and stood Betore St resi so great and good In hope the City or Peace to wln And asked St Peter to let them in The woman was t ill andlank and thin Wltn a scraggy ueardlet upon her chin The man short and thick and stout And his stom uli was built so It rounded out Ills face was pleasant and all the while He wore a kindly and genial Mulle Tiie choirs In the dlstince the echoes awoke And the man kept still while tne woman spoke Oh thou who guarded the gate said she We two come hltner beseeching theo To let us enter the heavenlj land And piny our harps with the angel band Ot me at Peter there Is no doubt Theres nothing from heaven to bar me out a weak Ive been to meeting thrc timesspeak And almost always Id rise and II m i nil M I I im Wf iiV i 2 Ive told the sinners about the day When theyd repent or their evil way I ve told my iielgnbois Ive told them a 1 Bu Adam and Eve and Prim il Pall Pve shown them what theyd hava to do If theyd pass In with tlia chosen few Pie marked their path of duty clear Laid out their plan Tor their whole career long Ive talkd and talked to oni load and stiong For my lungs are uod and my vuleo Is clearly see fo good St Pettr oull The gate of neaven is pen for uie But my old man I regret to say the narrow way Hasni walked In exactly und grave faints hes got Ho smokes and ho swears And 1 dont know whether he il pass or not He never would pray with an earnest vim Or go to revival or Join In a hymn So F had to leave him In sorrow tnere While I with the chosen united in praye He ate what the pnntry chanced to ailord While I In my parity sang to tne Lord And If cujumbers wore all he got Its a chaucj it he merited them or not But oh St Peter I love him so To the pleasures of heaven phase let hlin gol Pve done enough a saint Ive been let wont that atone I Can t jou so hlui in By my grim gospel know tis w unrepeiitent must frj below That the But isnt there some way you cun see That he may enter whoso dea to me m iHSWH mm ViilI yicva m m Its a narrow gospel by which I pray But the chosen expect to Had a way 01 coaxing or fouling or bribing jou So that their relation can amblo through And say taint Peter It reems tu me This gate Isnt kept as it ought to be You oujut ta stand rlut by tlia opening there And never sit down In that easy chair And say St Peter my sight Is dimmed But I dont lUe the way your whiskers are trimmed Theyre cut too wide anil outward toss across Theyd look better narrow cut straight Well we mst e golug our crown to fin So open St Peter and well pass lul M 11 I nMwAA7 viytv 9 MM j v St Peter sat quiet stroked his staff But In spite of his olllce he had to laugh eye Then he said with u flrey gleam In his Whos tendlug this gateway you or I And then he urose In his stature tall And pressed the button upon the wall And said to the Imp who answered the bell itscort this lady around to hem The man stood still as a piece or stone Stood tadly gloonily there alone A lire long settled idea he had That bin wife was good and he was bad He thought that if the women went below That he would certainly have to go regions That If she went to theof a showdim him for There wasnt the ghost Slowly he turned by habit bent To follow wherever tht woman went bt Peter standing on duty there Obser ed that tho top oi his head was bare Ha called the gentleman buck and said Friend how long have jou been wed Thirty years with aweary sigh And then be thoughtfully attded Why down St Peter was silent With head bent crown He raised his head and scratched his Then seeming a different thought to take fclowly halt to hlmso f he spake i Thirty years with that woman there No wonder thJ man hasnt any hair Swearing Is wicked smokes not good He smoked and swoie Iflhould think he would The Midwinter Exposition already much talked of bids fair to rival the great fair that has just closed at Chicago not in size perhaps but certainly so in originality in richness and in delighted visitors who will unani tnously agree that the Pacific Coast is worth many times the time and money spent to visit it in its return of delightful climate mellow sunlight wondrous growth of vegetation and the heretofore unheard of net work of industries connected with fruit raising and the shipping of the product In order to give an opportunity for evtrybody to visit this wonder- Â¬ Cali- Â¬ land during the Exposition Cres- Â¬ fornia rates via the Queen cent Route have been reduced and every one i ay find the cost of such a trip within his means As for equipment it is the only line by which you can travel from Cincinnati to San Francisco absolutely without change -- Tourist sleeping cars run every two weeks through from Cincinnati to San Solid vestibuled trains Francisco a day from Cincinnati to twice New Orleans where connection is made with through trains and Pullman sleepers daily to California 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 Lexington with solid vestibuled service to New Orleans Send to us for further par- Â¬ Ask agents for rates ticulars and other information schedules or address VV C Rinearson G P A1 Cincinnati O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FHOENZS HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY Wagons DEALERS IN k HURSEY i ja C Saturday January 20 1894 Saturday February 3 1894 Saturday February 17 1864 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation and with little or no pain Buggies MANUFACTURERS arriages and OF Farming Implements Hand Made Harness and Horse Goods REEERCNCES Hardie Frankfort Ky J A acott Jftnnkfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky 1 T Staten irankfoit Ky V Berherlch 1rankfort hj Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A II McClurt Frankfort Ky Ky V J Hughes Frankfort W MoKee 232 ZNTUST STESET Jns David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthroiv Frankfoit Ky DR KKILEYS oillceand residence Is at 259 West Eighth street Cincinnati and where he may be found overy day ot each week except SATURxMinphleta describing these diseases DAYS and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone W I KELLEY M D by addressing 259 V Eight St Cincinnati 0 PONSFLTATION FREE KM T I Â¬ p o tiro p 03 p H Ok MATTERS vt- C m jyftff1 J ctBruJ c fIIEvHBkVBEy H Pliiiiii iter 334 MAIN STRKhT 8 CD CD p o9 h 5MB FRANKFORT K 0 O 53 Q aaaaV Stw CD 53 WHERE DIRT GATHERS WASTE RULES GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF mm Me HH- Siill MM - Tlio Finest Train In America Is conceded to be the Southwestern Limited via Big Four Route This to New York and Boston magnificent Wagner Train has been built especially for service 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 Â¬ Â¬ npc3p Sent 23 tf DeclG ly SAPOLIO 17 Thirty yoars with that tongue so shurpl live him a harpl Ho Angel Uabrell A leweied harp with a golden string Good sir pass in where the angels sing Gabriel give him a seat ulooe up near the throne due with ti cushion to play their best Call up some angels Let him enjoy the music and restl See that on llnest ambrosia ho feeds Hes had about all the hell he needs thing It Isnt haidly the rightund In to do tho future To roaat him on eartli too They gave him a harp with golden strings ot wings a glittering robe and a pairthe ltealms of Day And he said us he entered Well tills beats cucumbers anyway And so the scripture liad come to pass That The last shullbe llrst and the first shall be last I 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 making connections with all 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 Passenger and Ticket Agent E O McCORMICK Passcn ger Traffic Manager mm for a DOUBLE BREECHLOADER 5000 200 Shot Qtus from 925 to 1200 Winchester Biles 200 to 1000 Rrettii Loailiiiff HUH 125 HicM Platefl self coctoE ReYolers Repeating snot Qm Model 1893 1688 Now Winchester nt 8S pr CiUlogi tn4 8 Bend it SUmp for 00 p to vUm GRIFFITH SEMPLE 51 5 Mar 18 ly F 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Main Street LOUISVILLE KY It mm that tho Quern anil Creirent Routt il IT intlei ihorlral Inillcj ahurteit Cincinnati to lllr between Ciucinuati ami liilngion nilnxhami Simile thurteat tliuluuatl tu Nw Orleanni 1 mllo aUortt Cincinnati to Chattaniioca Atlanta ur JackaonvllU KlorlJa Â¬ SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of tho ahoTo polnti Through Cars to Ylckiourr anil MireT port Oulr lino running through cun Cineinnatl to KnoxTills and Athefllle X U Direot line to Texat anil Mexico via New Orleans or via Shreveport Aik antnn about turt to California From LouliTille Shrll vtlle ami Luwrencaburfr direct connection li madia at Lexington Tilth vettltukJ train to all lointi buutfi Vf 0 RINEARSOy Genl laitr Agent Cincinnati O 4-POB-T- IV-LTr12 io8t Or you aro all worn out really goodfor noth inir it mineral debility Try SkllokB Vitullzer is what you need for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver YellowÂ¬ Skin or Kidney Trouble It is guar anteed to give you satisfaction Prioe 75o Sold by W MoKee Hardie if roun hack AcnBs HUOIIWS mOK 111TTXKS It will euro you cleanse-- your llcr ana glvo a good appetite Four weeks by our method teaching book Â¬ keeping is eiiual to twelve weeks by the Positions Kuarauteed under certain old style conditions Our free 6U and Hlpiute catalogues hend for tliem Prauuhons will explain all Business Col lew and School of Shorthand und Telegraphy Nashville Tenn Enter anytime Cheap board Novaoitlou Address J F uhauuhon Pres NnshUlle lenn k QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE J JytT ir ffW tflfjlt T 4Hl IIEIiIGIOUS Baptist Church to morrow will be conducted at both services 11 n m and 7 p m by RevW C Taylor the This is one of the most dangerous fallacies possible Let tho expenses be put on one class and in tho course of time that class will obtain all tho powers It is only human nature to wish to get what one pays for and if the rich are compellod to pay for tho Government they cannot be blamed if they attempt to take possession In a contest they would have all the L 13 MARSHALL times the country with its vast W A GAINES productive resources must become prosperous The Legislature is in session the session is limited and the business to be accomplished is Will these wise solons immense waste the session in factious disputes and contentions over local Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a matters in foolish fillibusterinjj share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased and lively card tables or will they A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times devote themselves to the interests of the people make such approOFFICE 236 MAIN STREET priations as are necessary such laws as are calculated to protect the people and punish the crimiLOCUST FOR SALE nal and then adjourn sine die What will they do Nous verrons at the Baptist Church Public worship L 8 MARSHALL CO pastor Sunday school at 030 a m in the 1-- chapel Â¬ Real Estate and Insurance Ags Catholic Church The usual services at the Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow will be con- Â¬ ducted by Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor Low mass at 8 a m Figh mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m vices at 11 and 730 oclock to morrow by the pastor Rev George Darsie JVIorning subject The Habit of Cheerfulness night subject Occu- Â¬ pation Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 650 McCready the rector will conduct advantages W ti Christian Church The usual ser Â¬ Episcopal Church Rev R L Â¬ the regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Rev J McClusky Blayney D will occupy hia pulpit to morrow 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society Christian Endeavor will meet in Lecture Room at 645 p m You invited First Presbyterian Church D The name of Senator Lindsay has been casually mentioned for the va- Â¬ cancy which the rejection leaves on the Supreme bench but even if the appointment should be tendered to him it is doubtful if he would accept it as the duties would require such close attention as to compel him to give up his lucrative law practice en- Â¬ tirely and being by no means a rich man it is hardly probable that the salary of Associate Justice will be a sufficient temptation As Senator he is not precluded from this means of increasing his income Secretary Carlisle and others are also mention- Â¬ ed for the place but it is said the President has made up his mind to offer it to Senator Gray of Delaware and will send his name to the Senate in a very short while Â¬ Â¬ POSTS Kulldofus Grave Mistakes at of the are Rev H G occupy his pulpit Henderson will to morrow morning and evening at the usual hours Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Church Rev B Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p m Rev W F Eberhardt of Midway will preach at Evergreen Church near Bridgeport to morrow morning at 11 oclock The Union Christian Endeavor meeting February 4th in the lecture room of the First Presbyterian Church promises to be a great suc- Â¬ cess All our Endeavorers and their friends and the public generally will be welcome Southern Presbyterian Church Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ takes in treatment of Heart Disease The rate of sudden deaths is daily in- Â¬ creasing Hundreds become victims 253 ACRES 3 FROM A FARM OF on a good turnpikeMILES with a Frankfort road of the ignorance of physicians in the residence of o rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to treatment of this disease One in bacco and stock barns beside all other neces Â¬ four has a diseased heart Shortness All of the Improvements ON SECOND sary Improvements THE LAROE BRICK RESIDENCE as the Banna Including the fencing on this property ore new of breath palpatation and fluttering South Frankfort known und in nrst class condition This farm has a bas irregular pulse choking sensation property This propertj very largo grounds fine quantity ot tine tobacco land nnd would also make and Is a desirable location a first class stock asthmatic breathing pain or tender Â¬ shade tiees home or boarding house farm It also lms n young either for u peach orchard ot ti thousand tiees besides other ness in side shoulder or arm weak fruit hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Disease Dr Miles New Heart Cure FOR SALE 0 is the only reliable remedy Thous- Â¬ TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 R001H A great many people seem to be of ands testify to its wonderful cures TWO 14 acres ot In Bridgeport This 0 Is good property and land the opinion that in the event of the Books free Sold by J W Gayle is offered at a bargain death resignation or inability of the OF 100 125 OR Â¬ A FARM Frankfort on a150 ACRES 8 MILES good turnpike road from President and Vice President the IiOUISVIIiliTL TOBACCO MAR with residence tenement bouses stock nnd to KET temporary succession goes to the 15 ACRES OF LAND 3 MILES bacco barns apple orchard and other necessary from Frankfort on Benson Creek which we Improvements This land Is mostly In timber Chief Justice of the Supreme Court are authorized to sell for three hundred and fifty ntit grass nnd will make a good tobacco or stock by glover durrett dollars farm It Is offered ut a bargain This is a mistake The members of furnished tobacco warehouse louisville the Cabinet are in the line of suc- Â¬ Sales on our market for the week cession in the following order Secre- just closed amount to 3622 hhds with tary of State Secretary of the Treas Â¬ receipts ior cno same period of 3077 ury Secretary of War Attorney hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ 6203 hhds RESIDENCE OF COL J STODDARD Sales A cated 8 miles from Frankfort on n good General Postmaster General Secre- uary 1st amount to on our on Snelby which there Is brick turnpike ofthecropof 1893 market to dence of road upontenement of foura rooms resi- Mrs JohnstonLongmoor street now occupied by LB and Possession given about rooms ti tary of the Navy Secretary of the this date amount to 14725 hhds necessary Improvements This land Is 1st of Docember nil other Interior Secretary of Agriculture We have had a very active market In a high state of cultivation the Improvements fine If Congress is not in session when throughout the week forthe medium are Insale willcondition anda In order to make a be offered at barealn good and fine grades of new burley quick such officer assumes the duties of FOR RENT the tone of the market for these President he must immediately call grades being stronger than at any an extraordinary session and will time since the appearance of the new FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON only hold the office until his succes- Â¬ crop The common grades of new 12 ACRES WELL IM A Conway street South Side This property Is in burley remain about as they have A GARDEN FARM OF u good turnpike road 3 good repair and we are aulhoilzedtorentltat proved located on sor is elected by that body Twenty been for some weeks past 15 per month miles from Frankfort days notice of the extraordinary ses The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ sion is given before Congress assem- Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop bles Trash dark ordamaged Â¬ S wish to buy two hundred 8 foot looust posts to be delivered at Thorn Sill L B MAESHALL F0K RENT Z TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conwar Thl proper- Â¬ ty has a very co n lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold ut a low figure A FOR SALE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FOR RENT Â¬ G Â¬ FOR BAIaEl Â¬ Genernl Comment The rejection by the Senate of the nomination of Mr Hornblower to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Bench las been the National event of the week which has attracted the most attention and caused the most gossip The unfavorable report of the Judiciary Committee of the Senate had prepared the public mind ibr the rejection but the interesting part of the matter was the names of the Senators who led the opposition to confirmation The Senate was of course in Executive Session but the proceedings might as well have been open for all the secrecy attached thereto The prominence of Senator Hill in the matter has re opened the breach between the followers of that gentleman in the daily press and those whose admiration of Mr Cleve land is so strong that the mention of his name justifies any action without further investigation of it In the absence of information as to the grounds on which the Committee de- Â¬ cided upon Mr Hornblowers unfit Â¬ ness for the appointment the Cleveland wing of the Democratic press has been rehashing all sorts of stories about hostility to the administration the truth of which is as problemati- Â¬ cal as the means of preventing the proceedings of Executive Sessions from becoming public property Â¬ The opposition to the proposed in Â¬ come tax has become more and more manifest as time has passed and there is scarcoly a newspaper of any prominence in the country which has not contained an editorial denounc ing it The reasons assigned for such opposition are as various as the papers taking part in the discussion but the one most generally used is the inqusitorial and class character Popular senti of such legislation ment in this country is best expressed in the epigram the people who are beat governed are those who are least governed and to be compelled to take oath as to the amount of ones income is rather too much govern Â¬ ment for the average man The only people who seem to bo pleased are thoBe ultra populists who believe that all the expensos of Government should be borne by the wealthy Â¬ Â¬ Everyone abuses universal cry We hear of the hard times thousands who are starving to death we see none of them We listen to the tales of woe but we find times about as good as at any We havent time in our history now and we never did any money Observation teaches us have any that the hard times are largely imaginary Those who have no money now never had any and those who have it now always had itso things are about as usual If people will make the best of the circumstances surrounding them work more and talk less of hard 2 50 3 50 tobacco 4 00 The incident of the massacre of Common Colory trash 3 50 the British Troops in South Africa Medium to good colory 4 00 7 50 trash by the Metabeles who succeeded in Common lugs not colory 4 00 5 00 drawing them into ambush furnishes Common Colory lugs 7 00 5 50 an example of Anglo Saxon courage Medium to good colofry 9 00 7 00 lugs and heroism which is worthy to go Common to medium leaf 7 00 10 0C into history by the side of Leonidas Medium to good leaf 10 00 14 00 and his Spartans All reports agree Good to fine leaf 14 00 18 00 18 Q0a 21 50 that every man in the little detach- Â¬ Select or wrappery ment fought until he was killed not withstanding that many of them were covered with wounds and not a one of them tried to escape by deserting his comrades Whatever may be said against the English policy of aggression in South Africa ona cannot help giving the high Â¬ est meed of praise and honor to such men Many of these soldiers were men of good family who has volunteered for the campaign and who had everything to make life worth living Many a tear was doubtless shed in London drawing rooms over the fate of these brave lads but if the aim of a soldiers life is to win OJSTIS glory they die not live and die in Both the method and results when vain Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant The Recluse and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly ou the Kidneys Duckers Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys Â¬ M easels are epidemic in this tem effectually dispels colds head and fevers and cures habitual aches neighborhood Syrup of Figs is the constipation It is an ill wind that blows no only remedy of its kind ever pro unsettled luced pleasing to the taste nud ac good The warm weather Is disastrous to the health ceptable to the stomach prompt in of the people but the doctors are ts action and truly beneficial m its effects prepared only from the most reaping a rich harvest healthy and agreeable substances its Several of our farmers have sold many excellent qualities commend it their tobacco at prices ranging to all and have made it tho most popular remedy known near ten cents per pound Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c Mrs W R Shaw of this place and 1 bottles by nil leading drugdied on the 6th inst of consump- Â¬ gists Any reliable- druggist who tion She was a most estimable may not have it on hand will prochristian lady and will be mourned cure it promptly for any one who for by many friends including her wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute husband and little daughter Hard times seem to be the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ LB MARSHALL L H FINNELL- Choate CO F CIIOATE Rormerly of Wakefield THE WEEKLY 1 PLA3OTG MILL Courier AND Journal Is u ten page eight column Democratic News Â¬ paper It contains the best of everything going HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor HOGSHEAD FACTORY 23 Price PURCH ASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congletoii Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS JOPRNAL makes very liberal terms to ugents and gives free premiums for clubs Sample copies ot tne paper and four page Premium Supplement sent free to any address Write to I he WEEKLY COURIER A 7ear SHINGLES TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS TAIR WORK FRAMES AND COURIER JOURNAL CO KY THE LOUISVILLE as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one und a half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For a House ROUNDABOUT -- AIL KINDS OF AND THE- - WEEKLY COURIER -- JOURNAL 190 Ky CHOATE Sept 2 ly FINNELL will bo hent one year to any address for Address GEO A LEWIS Frankfort ENJOYS REMOVED W L COPPERSMITH REMOVED HIS JEWELRY ESTABLISH rnent across t t Clair street Into the room formerly occupied by George Keusors drug store where he has opened u full and complete line of AHwa 4 dVMTI Truni Â¬ Jewelry Watches Clocks Diamonds Sic Â¬ Call and examine goods and prices before pur chasing Watch repalrlngPJompUyxeuted Frankfort Ky DecJtf Fine Farmjor FARM Rent CITY CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For a prompt answer and un honest opinion wrlto to lU UNN CO who have bad nearly fifty years oxperlenco In the patent business Communica tions strictly confidential A lliimlhnok of In- Â¬ formation concerning Patents and bow to ob mom sent rroo Also a catalogue or mecnan tain Ical and scientific books sent free Patents taken through Munn tc Co receive special notice In the Hclontlllc American and thus are brought widely before the public with out cost to the Inyentor lhls splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated bas by far tho largest circulation of any sclentltlo work In tho world H3 a year Sample copies sent f reo Building Edition monthly tlM a year Blnglo copies iti cents Every number contains beau Â¬ tiful plates in colors and photographs of new bouses with plans enabling builders to show tho latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO HEW YOUK 301 BliOAUWAT W COPYRIGHTS Â¬ - Â¬ limits on the Georgetown pike containing large residence tobacco barn and 2G5 ucres Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stibles For partlcuPossession given March 1st 1K4 DUDLEY ADJOINING Chesapeake NEW YORK TON Ohio Ry irSlplyt0 July 22 FRANKCHINN tf Frankfort Kj PHILADELPHIA WASHING C SOSIOK and- - all Eastern lies SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE AY JOHN DRISOOLL THIS Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st 1692 CJ Jan 20 2t COOK PI D Physician - and - Surgeon DUCKERS KY Liquor A Merchant Lve Lexington v 7 15 A m Atlanta Express No 11 dally Midland Accom No 20 dally ex Sun 1140 a h Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 616 pm MtSterllngAucom No 28 dally ex Sun530p m WEST BOUND EAST BOUND Timber Bomlit or Sawefl WHO HAVE TIMBER TO SELL ON PERSONS or who wunt sawing done by the hundred bud wetter cull on R H suter who hasÂ¬ portable saw mills In Kentucky also ma the best chinery to manufacture the rough grades or timber Into tobacco hogsheads Always ready to Dec ao Sin move anywhere full lino of pure Anderbon county whiskies wines brandies etc 235 BROADWAY opposite State House April 15 tf Job work neatly exe Â¬ without change No Bus transfers Washington Lexington Accom No 27 dally exSun 800 am 1245 Louisville Express No 21 dully Lexington Accorn No 25 dally ex 8un4 15 p m 015 pm Vestlbuled Express No 23 dully Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York Arr Lexington im cuted at this office G W BARNEY H W FULLER Genl Pass Agt D P DC Lexington Ky 0 BRYAN Asst Gonl Pass Act A V einclnufl PtM WiV W 7 1 It1 i If 1 I M Sft t if 1 I JIBA I AT T WE3 car the TO CALL AND PURCHASE T77l2ile tlne37- - can get in benefit of Xjo-w- - Prices What thev need our line Note a few of the items below General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe PluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Oor Main and Lewis Sheets FACTORY FIRE Â¬ lli If H Q Deaths T V fl 11 w m wn Resigned m Crumbaugh Mrs Charlotte Mr Joel S Head Steward of The Furniture Factory De Crumbaugh died at her home on the Feeble minded Institute sent stroyed Yesterday Morning About two oclock yesterday morning the building of the Frank for Furnifire Factory was disHolmes street Monday morning at 730 oclock aged 79 years The deceased was the widow of the late John Crumbaugli and died in the house where she was born For many years she had been a member of the Methodist Church and died in the hope of meeting the loved ones gone before in the beautiful hereafter Of twelve children born to her she leaves but one Mr Henry Crumbaugh of Shelby county to mourn her loss Her funeral took place Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock and was conducted by Rev H G Henderson her pasÂ¬ Â¬ I w 1 m Sffl lUi lW raw Wi I II a i II fi TO covered to be on fire and an alarm The was sent in from box 24 fire department was promptly on hand but as the fire had gained considerable headway and the building being constructed of corrugated iron it was hard tc get at consequently the best that could be cone was to save the ware- Â¬ houses adjoining which they suc- Â¬ ceeded in doing The building and machinery were valued at about 10000 upon which there was only 3000 insurance 1500 in the West Chester of New York and 1500 in the Columbian of Louisville The factory was in the hands of Mr John W Gaines as assignee and he had also rent- Â¬ ed and was operating it at the 800 He had about time worth of stock in an unfinished condition in the building upon which there was no insurance and was a total loss Â¬ resignation late Thursday afternoon Bad health and physi Â¬ cal inability to perform the duties Mr Head are the causes given has made an honest and faithful officer and has made a host of friends during his residence in this city in his fa COLLINS FULL k BOOTS Opposite the Farmers Bank WINTER OF STOCK SHOES HATS CAPS Advertised Letters at Frankfort Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending T Fl January 20 1894 Montgomery Anderson Mrs Mrs A H Callio M Allen Miss Emma Modestry Jareb Been Ant Gully Price George Dempsay Broan Harry Simpson Miss Sallie Smith S E Bartlett Willis Ohenault George Smith Willy Cunningham Miss Wakefield Ohas Young Mrs S A Kate Blue Booth Photo Dailey Belle Dean Mrs Mollie Co Graves Samson Miller Lock Co Lavender Paste Lee Co Guinn R B John Walsh Co Hawkins A A Modern Stories Hockins G K Novelty Co Hill Rufus Milliken O W When calling for these letters say advertised J M Saffell P M Brightwell Wal- - tor Bronner K SmithRobert Crutcher At the home of IM CLURE SONS his prrents near Ducker Station in Woodford county on Tuesday January 16 1894 Newland M Crutcher M youngest son of Mr N Crutcher aged 11 years The We have the best goods the largest stock and prices are right I Mtfc Thursdays Fire About twelve oclock Thursday the roof of the house adjoining the Ascension Church was discovered to be on fire and an alarm was turned in from central station and the department was After promptly on the scene about fifteen minutes work the fire was extinguished but not before the roof was so badly damaged that an entirely hew one will have to be put on A great deal of it had to be cut away with axes before the flames could be reached Some damage was done the furnitere in the room directly beneath before it could be removed A defective flue was the cause of the blaze The house was occupied by Mrs Willis Green Â¬ 1 i i Fs little fellow had been in feeble health for several years though was seldom confined to bed more than a day or two at a time and was up and at play all day Tuesday but early in the evening was taken with spasms which succeeded each other in rapid succession until death came to his relief The deceased was a brother of Mr B Todd Crutcher of the Roundabout office and a nephew of Mrs Geo A Lewis and Miss Belle Giltner of this city The funeral took place Thursday from the family residence and the in the remains were interred cemetery in this city Â¬ -- - he is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County Frank J Cheeney makes oath that Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De- Â¬ cember A D 1880 A W GLEASON Frank J Cheney Notary Public To our many county friends we would say dont lay in your winter stock of goods until you have looked J SEAL J- - At our goods JlwSffilli tow- r rf V Childrens Hop fancy dress hop will be given by the Assembly Ball Club on Thursday evening of next week on which occasion the little folks will have the floor dur Â¬ ing the earlier hours of the even ing after which the regular weekly hop for grown people will take take place These annual fancy dress hops for the little people are always beautiful and interesting and are largely attended Howard Lucas of Skinnersburg Scott couuty and Miss Martha A Triplett daughter of the late Dr S B Triplett of the Forks of Elkhorn this county were united in marriage Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Send for testimonials free Matrimonial F J CHENEY CO Toledo O IgTSold by all druggists 7ocents Lucas Triplett At the home Liow Kates to Ashland of the bride Monday January 15th by Rev George Darsie Mr N R R will sell The L round trip tickets to Ashland Ky Jan 22 and 23 at 460 good to return until January 28 on account of Eastern Kentucky High School Entertainment H B Logdon Agt know what you need have the goods and will please you Wu m RK MXLURE SOX A childrens m II II 11 1 Iff I i I If w m mK the Queen and Crescent is as low See that as by any other line tickets read via Queen and your Crescent Ask agents for full particulars W C RlNERSON The Kentucky Midland RailThe Queen and Crescent Route road will sell tickets to San FranAcwill sell round trip tickets to Mardi cisco and return for 59165 Gras at New Orleans and Mobile count Midwinter Fair C D BliRCAW at low reduced rates The rate via GIA the handsome vestibuled trains of Mar dl Gras at Now Orleans and Mobile February 0 1804 Midwinter Fair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gi33f luSal YWWiCi SHILOH 5 A t I D XT 1 m Genl Passr Agt Cincinnati 0 In Olden Times To Lund Seekers Cures Consumption CoughsonCroup Soro a Guarantee Throat SoM by aU Dructsku Shilohs Porous For x Lame Side BackorCheU as cent3 give grctnatifaction Plaster will Mrs T S Hawkins Chnttnnoogn Tenn Shlloh8 YitaUzcr SAVED MY kmsiximm VXTALBZER People overlooked the importance February 8th March 8th and of permanently beneficial effects April Oth the Kentucky Midland and were satisfied with transient action but now that it is gerrerally known that Syrup of Figs will permanently cure habitual constipation well informed people will not buy other laxatives which act for a time but finally injure the system Ky will f cll tickets to points in Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississipi Georgia and Louisiana at one faro for the round trip ac Â¬ count Land Seekers excursions Karls Clover Hoot the new Blood Pttrillor gives freshness and clear Â¬ ness to the Complexion and cures Consumption 25c 50c and 100 22 For sale by W MoKoe Hardie SHILOHS For Dyspepsia I ever wed troubloltoxccl3 Price 75 eta f Liver or KlUuoy will wws liHwiilll Â¬ If w f reo LOHS4 CATARRH SlfeaaPR E M EItD Y iiritirrli TrirlitsHeineUvalila In eta rcllovo and Cure you Prleo torforltaBUccefultrentnientl8furni3licl H I v B0 Shllohs ltemeules are sold by us on a guaranteo to fflvo satisfaction For sale by W Jan 28 McKee Hardie lv H ALLS OLD STANM 1 Reserved uA Resort Between our expectations and reilizutions sfcnnd nearly 1000 faultless and fashionable EaEaEaEaEaEJEaEaEJEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEJUjI lEUEaEauaEaEaEaEUEaEaEUEaEaEaEaEaEa en eej lZrJ naEaBaBanrtBaraBaBTiRaRCTEann EaEUEaEaEUEaEaEaEaEaEaEawa na ua na ua tea na ca ua na ra Ea raBaBaranaBaBaBarnBaBaBana uaEaEUEaEaEUEaEaEaEaEaEaEa ra 12a SHOES ra rca ra Ea wi IjXj 0X723 EUBaeUEUKaiJaUJULiLrJLiaCULiaC en ua nn eei EU HATS BBcaeaisuLiUEUiajuufiuuaLaEaEa ran HATS HATS All our 2 and 250 Derby Hats good shapes choice EauaEaEaEaEaEaEaEaeuuaEUEaEaEaEaEaEal lEaEaEaEaEaEaEUEBEaEaEaEaEaEaEaEUEu We had hoped to Unsold Bright prospects have turned to disappointing realities double our business this season You know of the stumbling blocks in the way Youve had your reasons for saving your money your neighbor has had his and thus our hopes were hlasted But well untie those purse strings Weve made a sacrifice that you must appre- Â¬ ciate an offering that you must improve or you 11 forfeit all claim to being prudent and provident To day we put on sale these suits and ask you to help yourselves for BaBaBaBaraBaBaBaBaraBaBaBaBaraBaBaBaBnBaBana euuauaeaLjatJauauacaeatjatacacaEaujacacatiauaEaGa Ba Mens Suits dfeQ lijBtMiMtilw Got Too Many Here are the Prices 1 rsci EU Ea fl na V3 200 Ladies Fine Hand sewed Bennett Benard and 6 Shoes Choice now for ii One gjj X Dollar All Dunlaps Stiff Hats and other first class makes were 450 Come and take your and 5 choice for ca csi RaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaraBaBaBaBaBaBaoaBaBaBaBaBaBa caLiacacaEauaiaatiacaiiaeatiacaiiacacacaeacaeacaca Hundreds of them are 15 and 16 suits and every 13 50 and 1250 Fancy Cassi mre and Cheviot suit in the house is included together with some Black and Blue We dont want to talk nbout the loss dont want to think about it We Cheviots 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 ririi 15 13 Ba About 25Aairs of Ladies Calf Pebble Grim and Kid Button Shoes Sold for 150 and 1 75 Come and take your choice for 3 Three j 3 Dollars 3 3EA33 All Crushers were 150 and Come and take your choice for One 2 JjJ X Doar MENS OVERCOATS GSttAJBi AGcJJLl16 EM 14 m About 225 Banister fine Calf and Kangaroo Torry Hand y and - ntiwiwiiifttLMilwniwinjTf1 1250 Choice NOW for 10 sold for Take your choice Sewed 650 M Cruicner I 9 Brutcner starts CRUTCHES 6 STARRS ANNOUNCEMENTS Ms M m Sii 1 4 4 - Ii t M yA AMUSEMENTS A Trip to Cnhintown m comes to the Opera House ihis evening flushed with its phenominal success in New Yoik at Hoyts Madison Square Theatre where it held that Stage for more than seven hundred consecutive nights and displayed the standing room only sign at every performance Mr Hoyt is original and fertile in the production of an American kind of fun that is plenty in the newspapers and that it is anecdotal in the conversation of the country but which nobody so cleverly as he has put into plays Moreover he chooses some easily appreciable subject to satirize and he in A Trip to Chinatown makes a target of hypochondria for his shaft of wit He names the principal character Welland Strong a man possessed of the belief that he is ill and weak The adventures of this gay old chap in The Golden Gate City are the He is ac central happenings companied by other vicissitudinous ana the ap frrepate of plights and equally jolly COmiC extrications are rapid and numcr Â¬ Â¬ A Trip to Chinatown Manager Litts latest and greatest success In Old Kentucky as another instance of Litts luck Jacob is a young manager who has made a great deal of money in ihe last half dozen years by bkillfullv directing a number of profitable theatrical enterprises Luck did not make the success of Yon Yonson The Ensign and The Stowaway Hard work allied with good judgment won for these plays It is the same with In Old Kentucky He saw in it a dream of unusual force originality and attractiveness and undeterred by the prospect of a bad season he put it on lavishly He took big chances but confi dent in his judgment he went ahead and the result is In Old is the biggest hit of Kentucky the year and has set managers who have no confidence in them selves or the public maveling about Litts wonderful luck Dr Pierces Purely vegetable Pleasant Pellets Theyre a com- of refined and concentrated otanical extracts These tiny sugar- coated pellets the smallest and the easiest to take absolutely and per Blr Eddy A big ball at Mr Shovalters across the river on Monday night of last week Messrs Geo Thompson Jarret Moore and Goffie Richardson are about ready to ship their crop of tobacco They want a trip to the flMM We are authorized to announce MINUS WIL LIAMS as u candidate for re election to the olllco or Jailer or FrjiikMn county subject to the 15 te action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W T GAINES as a candidate for Jailor of Frankllu county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce H F SHOW ALTER as 11 candidate for Jailor of Franklin county subject to the actionof the Democratic For Jailor Â¬ Orchard Lawn Garden FULL STOCK OF Vi m Fruit Ornamental Trees Asparagus ciy party Grape Vines 11 y uuiibnijuwun iuuicd-pu-son- s sJck and blUoUB headaches fl7inflSH hilimiR fittnoks md all do- ranRements of the liver stomach and bowelu They permanently because Singing and dancing go along they act cure naturally They dont shock with the rest of the things and and weaken the system like the huge And theyre the speaking averages a joke per old fashioned pflls more effective One little pellet for sentence o corrective or laxative three for a Chinatown cathartic In one respect Theyreil the t cheapest pills1 you can will be a revelation here in farce a DUV Ior tlloy le guuraniueu to kivo Tt is prom sea tna ic BafciBfaction or vour monov i return comedy will be produced in this city on a ej most elaborate scale as to scenic j You pay only for the good you get Even the and mechanical effects c will bePr- - Halos Household Ointment draperies and brought from Madison Square n ha nill1 Theatre the same used there dur iit absolutely cures catarrh It euros ing the record breaking run in that Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum city in the most soothing manner Cures The sale of seats is now going Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be on Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Showmen are quick to attribute for of ln-r- RtWndln This is Corns and Bunions are cured quickly any great strike to luck not due so much to their proverbi- - different from all else Csuperior to all els0 ifc and 50 boxeB al superstition as if- is to tiieir Lftre has no e1Ual fiJze cneapest Sold at p H thoughtlessness They speak of Carpenters drug store 8 I SMALL FRUITS SHRUBS and everything usually Clearence Gayle will soon For Assessor found In a nursery establishment We sell direct have his house ready for occuto the planter and have no agents Catnltcuo on We are authorized toannounce JAS DESMOND application F HILLENMKYKR pancy He is making a very pret- Â¬ OCONNOR as a candidate Tor Assessor of Frank Oct2l Sm Lexington Ky lin county Subject to the action of the Republi ty place of it can party ro nuthorlzed announce lewis a Mrs G L Thomoson is visitino- HARROD as a caudlditetofor assessor of Franklin county subject to the action oi the Democratic in Shelby county party Snortct and quickest between Miss Etta Moberly has returned For County Judge CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT to school at Lexington We are authorized to nmiauncn n i Wir Only direct line between MAMS as u candidate tor re Dau it- ivir h Mjualhr s was 0f CvuntyJudgaof Franklin election to the office ine county subject to Frankfort and Paris Car Gdorgetovo a nice affair Several came out the actum of tne Democratic party We re nuthorlzed to announce Squire DAN from town among them was jjiuuiir tinau uiuiuuto lui utmill juuhui lisle HaysTills Cynlhiana Fal- rfilllK Messrs Robert Franklin and Jim lln county subject to tho action of the Democratic fcecO te 1armouth and Covington l Plcr njr Bvw u 1n iK For County Attorney 1SK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND We understand that Mr G L Thompson was offered 141 cents Wttare authorized to announce RJBFRT D RUN BY 171 STANDARD TIME FRANK IN as a candidate County all around for his tobacco but he or Franklin county subject for the actionAttorney TRAILS to of the Democratic party TIMK TABLE NOV 2G 18U3 rejected the offer A M r M r it Miss Eloise Trumbo is visiting For Sherill TRAINS B AST No 1 No 3 NoT We are authorized to announce R D ARM near Jetts Station STRONG as a candidate for Sheriff of Franklin Lv A Frankfort 700 400 100 g ytTrt11011 ot tUo Denocrutc Lv Summit Miss Jennie Hardin of Gest is 7111 400 110 Lv Klltliorn 711 412 126 visitin relatives here 71H 4W LvSwltzer 11 140 LvSbtmnlng Urouml 79 4 HI 200 Lv Duvall N TIME TABLE 7UU L Mr Jarret Moore st will move 4S8 210 Lv Johnson 742 443 221 Lv Georgetown to Shelby county March ist B 741 460 285 The followBg time tnblo now in Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i M - Kentucky Midland By - m sa Kc - I m 1 I 1 J There is some talk of working TBAINB WEST on the Asher Boom No23lenvesFrnnkfort No 17 leaves Frankfort Born To Mr Goffie Richard- No 21 leaves Frankfort son and wife a son No IDleavoB Frankfort Â¬ effeot apon tho L N road 960 255 735 1020 550 pm am am pm am Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar O Elizabeth Purls S Depot Newtown Centrevlllo 808 0 I 7H 8S0 A M I 820 81U VM I 600 617 520 52J 540 kM aco a20 a35 s45 400 5a I TRAINS WEST Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar PM 440 4fH 526 545 000 100000 People Die TBAINSKABT Ar Elizabeth Lv fans e No 2 No 4 0 U6 DU No8Nol2 bric-a-bra- store Annually sumption out of every six and yet in the early stages all pulmonary complaints may be readily controlled by Dr Hales Household Cough Cure It is a cer- tain remedy for coughs and colds which if left to themselves bring on pulmonary consumption Pleasant to take Children like it Tho price is right only 25 and 50 cents a bottle at P H Oaraenters drug b No 18 loaves Frankfort No 20 leaves Frankfort in this country of con- - No 24 arrives Frankfort Think of it One adult No 22 leaves Frankfort 453 pm B Johnson 785 p jn Duvall 856 pm A r Stamping Ground Ar Swltzer No 2o will stop at Anchorage and Ar Elkhorn ohriatiauaburg for pnssengers for Ar Summit Lexington and points beyond A Ar Frankfort No8 23 17 and 21 connect at Lagraage f0r oiuoinnati Noa 23 and 21 connect A connects with L B connects with Q Bt Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch O Centervllle Newtown c S Depot Georgetown 016 028 UO 1117 1124 1130 1137 1149 1160 1202 1210 N C eoo 601 012 010 GS0 6U5 066 716 721 7 08 642 648 730 860 906 915 926 749 800 810 880 m connects with K 0 and L8 Vi BROWNS IRON BITTERS - digestior Debility cures Dyspepsia n tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents HOUSE OF SEVEN ROOMS LOCATED E B WEITZEL on Conwuy Htreet south side Is offered for 0 D BEHOAW City Tloket Agent Gen toss Agt sale at a bargain Vor terms unply to GEO B HARPER Gen Uupt WM 00RMWELL Oct7 tf House stud Hot FORSALE SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 945 n m Arr Georgetown 1040 a m Lve Georgetown 1110 Arr Frankfort 1210 p m Trie Kentucky Midland Railway and connec-Â¬ 1 A