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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fWi vj m 9 i A 1HE i Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS Ai GEO A LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advano V-- XVIII FRANKFOKT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1894 NO 16 3fee msmm ZT Y M C A Meeting the Baptist Church Monday evening in the interest of the permanent organization of the Y M C A was a very successful one The meeting was called to or- Â¬ der at 730 oclock with the Presi- Â¬ dent McKenzie R Todd in the chair After devotional exercises the President with a few remarks introduced Mr Henry E Rosevear State Secretary who detailed the purposes and advantage derived by such an organization in our city The plans for securing head- Â¬ quarters with gymnasium with baths etc were discussed and the following resolutions were offered and passed by a unamious vote in Â¬ The meeting held Dont Liose Any Time Christmas will soon be here and you havnt The United States Official Investigation of Baking Powders Made under authority of Congress by the Chief Chemist of the Bought Anything minute but YET Dont put it off until the last Come To Department of Agri- Â¬ culture Washing-Â¬ ton D W ROYAL Powder Â¬ Baking at Onee From s We And make your selections have a large assortment C shows the w to be a cream of tartar baking pow-Â¬ der of the highest quality superior to all others in strength leavening power and general usefulness ggr Select mm Cheapest dolls that you ever saw A large line of r The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world Royal Baking Powder makes the finest sweetest lightest and most whole- Â¬ some food It goes further in use and is more economical than any other m mmmammmzmmaimmmvmmi wmm Mysteriously Mr James Harp being substituted for him The nominations were confirmed The Finance Committee reported a resolution which was adopt- Â¬ ed instructing the City Attorney to demand payment of Mr Jno T Buckley the amount due the clty for the 0ld Bridge and if he refused to pay said sum to bring suit officer James Glanton Â¬ ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO 106 WALL 8T NEW YORK Whereas The young men of Frankfort Ky are without a place of resort where opportunity is offered for physical mental social and spiritual culture and vvntKr As ine oung mens unnstian Association as at present operated in most of he cities and towns of our country is largely supplying such a need therefore we the youne men of Frankfort favor the organization of such an association in our city to include the following features Physical A well equipped gymnasium with baths and instructions with out- Â¬ door sports in season 2 Mental A reading room supplied with the best current literature educational classes in practical branches and course of plain talks and lectures 3 Social Parlor and reception room well furnished provided with games and music ana social receptions 4 Religious Younc Mens Meetinir Bi- 1 Â¬ j QTll K mm - bWVWmmW KflflTc Q WlVlUJi T t or Children from 5 Cents Up Plush Albums Work Boxes Writing Desks Silk Head Rests Silk Throws Muffs Fur Sets for children t Handkerchiefs styles For All LEFT HIS HAT A Photographer Disappears Some three weeks ago Mr F P Wanee proprietor of the photograph gallery at the corner of Second and Shelby streets placed an artist by the name of H E Hays in charge of the gallery and returned to his home in Lexington dn the 1 2th Hays disap- peared leaving his hat and some other wearing apparel at the gallery and has never been heard of since Mr Wanee is at a loss to know what has become of him whether he has committed suicide by jumping in the iver or left for parts unknown without letting anyone know of his inten- Â¬ tion The first intimation Mr Wanee had that all was not right was contained in a letter from a customer inquiring about some work left there to be executed and came to this city Tuesday after- Â¬ noon to look into matters when he found the gallery closed aays gone ana no trace 01 mm to Mr Wanee wishes his be found custome rs to known that he will be here next week and will reopen and run the gallery himself Â¬ 1 Â¬ A HUSTIER Is Mr Tj City at All Times B Weisenburg of this and is Ivept Busy The Street Committee recom- Â¬ f Council Proceedings W A large crowd was drawn to the Council chamber at the regular Well Hoc 11 Cent meeting of the Common Council call your Tuesday night as it was expected You will read this It is toDr Halos attention to the fuct that the members of the fire depart Â¬ Household Ointment is the finest remedy in the world for general use ment would be elected and the It takes away pains at once For neuralgia and a policemen appointed for the en Â¬ cuts burns bruisesono is apt to have hundred ailments suing year An examination of You want it in the house all tho time after the charter revealed the fact that trlod it and wont boyou have it once 25 you without the firemen elected last February and 50 cents a box at P II Carpen Â¬ b when the present council went in ters drug storo to office held their positions dur The price of the Old Bridge ing the life of the body which Etchings has been reduced to JS5 elected them and many applicants Only a lew left for places went away sorrowful Teachers Bibles The Mayor stated that it would The finest line of teachers be necessaiy to re appoint the Bibles ever brought to the city police force for the next year and and at prices lower than ever be- Â¬ nominated for confirmation of the fore coffered is to be found at Council all of the old force ocept1 Barret news depot i6 it Â¬ mended a new pavement curbing and gutter be put down at the intersection of Cross and Conway streets and the spreading of 20o perch of rock on Steele street The report was adopted An ordinance was presented by Mr Williams providing for the increase of the pay of the police from 350 to 60 per month Lost The Mayor called the attention of the Council to the fact that there were no rules or ordinance adopted by the Council for the government of the fire depart ent ind the Ordinance Commit- Â¬ tee was directed to Irame an ordinance Dr 1 M Scotts bond as City lJnysican was recieved and approved The Council then adjourned to meet the second Tuesday in January Â¬ Â¬ tain remedy for coughs and colds seventy five barrel roller flouring which if left to themselves bring on pulmonary consumption Pleasant mill for the latter firm He is a to take Children like it The price quiet gentlemanly young man Is right only 2o and 50 cents a H Caraenters drug bottle who does not make much noise in store at P 6 the world but is getting there right along in this country of conHockensmith at Peaks Mill Think of it One adult and for Messrs out of every six and yet in the early this county stages all pulmonary complaints may Franklin Bros at Orr Anderson do reaauy controiie a by Dr Males having already built a Household Couch Cure It is a cer county Annually sumption Mr Louis B Weisenburg mill right of this city some time ago put up a one hundred and fifty barrel roller fl uring mill for the Bardstown Roller Mills Co at Bardstown Kentucky and is now engaged in putting up a second mill at the same place for Mr L G Shehan of sixty barrels capacity He has just completed a one hundred and fifty barrel roller fiourins mill for Messrs Mason Co at Sonora Ky and Bros has contracts to place hydraulic power plants for Messrs Ramboe Â¬ amount opposite our names not less than 500 each payable when called for after Jan I 1S95 this to entitle us to all privi Â¬ leges for one year from diy of opening and this not to be binding on us until 250 names of young men aie subscribed hereto After the adoption of the resolutions an invitation was given for the young men to sign the resolutions and tbout 50 responded This orgauizitinn should be supported by all the young men of our city and thus place Frankfort in line with other cifes in our State When you are asked to sign the agreement be suie and do so and thus insure its succ ss fast lovely patterns only 10 Membership To be of two general edges 5 classes Active Any young man who is cents a piece better ones at 15 a member in good standing of a Protestant 2Q and 35 cents that are worth Evangelical Church Associate Anv young One hundred and much more man of good character 6 Miauagcmcm me whole to be in iuny tWO White uciiibiiii i DUre charge of a competent secretary under the sjlk large size for men at 25 direction of a small board of managers worth 45 vn ot business men who shall have control of cent ulrant V subscribe our values in all kind of goods suit policy and finance names tor membership in tuc an as- - ble for Christmas gifts can be had fcnninlinn if nrrrnntyi nnrtirimr tt nit fl a direnthemaininB I ClaSSCS or thSe wh sles Twenty seven dozen different Pain white handsome bordered and embroidered at 5 rpnts a niere N neteen different in silk and embroidered 4 IBTSTEiTS Mo A 214 St Clair St next door to R K McClure 100000 Peoplo Die H G MATTEUCT THE- - Â¬ Plitiuula 054 MAIN rmi im K FRANKFORT Back in the School I At a meptinn- nf the Board nf Education held on Tuesday even Â¬ Useful Presents Make your whole family lnppy by a present of a Carriage Surry or Buggy A Â¬ ing Miss Margaret A Lewis was elected over a dozen other applicants assistant teacher in theJHigh School department to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignaMiss tion of Miss Sadie Grant Lewis is thoroughly qualified for the position having been a teacher in one of the lower grades of the school for ten years and de voted much time and expense to fitting herself for higher education She will enter upon the discharge of her duties at the beginning of the session after the holidays Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V For The Boys Get a Harness Saddle Buggy Robe or Pair of Leggins Have your vehicle are sure to please them painted and repaired by They 1 store Dr Halos Household Tea will euro it Wo have a great many testimo nials from peoplo who say it lmsabso lutoly cured them It is pleasant to take and cost only 25o and 50o a paokago at P H Carpenters drug Â¬ Isnt pleasant nor Uyspepsiu is it necessary Ky Dec 8 Cm Bum Harness Works wf 1 b mmr V V - 4Lvjy iJwlilifay t JSjff wfBpWw - r r jupk 1 J rF3rtnrnrcBr3Ran3rriicnrKriaFCTrarrrincnrarCTrrBarianrCTrnraRcsrnrnrjCirarrnri i2auauaujKaLuKuuiuauuiaKUKuuuEaKuuuiLyk cu ca rsa ra cu na BEI ca ra ca ra ca ra ca ku A DECID ED CUT r rnjraBaranacarararHranrirrjrnr nrjarrjriarianarjnriaranariaararririara uJtuuuuyurjiLrjuijiiuiiaaiuuuua tv ra na ca na ca ca aa rca If isa We are offering the greatest bargains in Clothing ever known in this city I Every mans Suit and Overcoat every boys Suit and Overcoat every pair pants have been marked down to prices that will make them go If you are in need of gj GO ra ta - ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca rca ca 11 12a -- iiKw t VJ lV --L JETS J -- LM 1 JT 4 Hh ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca rsa ca ca ca Or if you will be in need of it this winter come to us and buy now If you will look at our goods we will give you prices that will satisly you that we are offering THE GREATE have too many goods tailoring department BARGAINS CASSELL DHTJGG XST HALLS OLD STAJID FRANKFORT In Clothing ever known in Frankfort II ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca The reason for this big cut is that we The same big cut in prices has also been made in our Pi ca ca ca en ca ca ca ca ca cc C ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca Nca tea ea n ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca ca c ca ca ca ca ca M 8 I i 8 ca carracacacacararacacacacacacacacaracacacacacacacaKaracacacacacacarja cacyw cacacacacacacacaccacacacacacucacjcucucucucucacucacucucacacacaca cacacacacacacacacacacac cacacaccacucacacacacacucacacacacucacacacacucacacacacacacacacu PERSONAL Mr Mike Buckley was in Louisville last week Mrs Kate Mauer has returned to HUDSON HUMPHRIES Judge dhas M Thomas of Dead wood Dakota is visiting Mr H F Duncan on Steele street Mr Thaddeus Smith of Pellee Island Canada visited Mr and Mrs John E Miles this week Misses Anne and Emily Thomas returned Monday from a visit of several weeks to New York Miss Lizzie Scott of Louisville who has been visiting friends here re- Â¬ turned to her home Thursday Rev D Clay Lilly wife and little daughter returned Thursday from a visit to relatives in Jessamine county Mr W II Rose and family of Grassy Springs visited Mrs Bartlett on Arlington Heights the 14th and Â¬ ca ca am i Miss Kitty Hawkins who has been visiting this city for the past leaves to day to visit of Clifton relatives in two weeks W Washington Mr James Heeney spent Monday in Cincinnati Mr Will A Lewis spent Tuesday in Covington Mrs John T Buckley spent Tues Â¬ day in Cincinnati Dr W E Baxter returned Tuesday from a trip to Chicago Miss Rose Crittenden will spend the holidays in St Louis Mrs Sam D Johnson entertained friends in Stamping Ground Miss Nora Carr returned to her home at Turners Station Monday after a visit to Miss Mary Shelton She leaves for Missouri Saturday where she intends spending the re mainder of the winter Â¬ McKEE HARD9E KY Mr R D Denson wife and son Master George of Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs George Huff man corner of Cross and Conway streets and will remain during the We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call W McKEE HARD IE Jnn 21 C L UAYLS holidays H at cards Tuesday evening k P Miss Alice Trabue of this county is visiting relatives in Louisville - The Misses Overton of this city are visiting Miss Eliza Reed in Louis- Â¬ John returned day afternoon from a business trip to Beattyville Rev H G Henderson of Win- Â¬ chester wasjin the city Wednesday visiting friends Misses Mercer of Independence Mo are the guests of Miss Hazelrigg on Main street Mr Frank S Haff is able to be out again after a two weeks illness with rheumatism Mr Frank Barret is at home from Princeton College New Jersey to spend the holidays Mrs Fannie Freeman leaves to day for Philadelphia to spend Christmas with her daughter Miss Evelyn Brown spent this week with her brother Dr John Young Brown at Lakeland Miss Annie Lyons of Pleasure ville is the guest of Mrs Bartlett on Arlington Heights Mrs John Young Brown and daughter Miss Virginia are visitting relatives inlHenderson parents Mr K J Hampton editor of the Winchester Sun was in the city Messrs Thomas and Garrard Rod- Â¬ man are at home from Perdue Uni- Â¬ Tuesday versity LaFayette Indiana for the TuesMeagher Mr Â¬ ville Mrs I M Ponder has been spend- Â¬ ing a few days in Lagrange this week Master William P Buckley is at Miss Mary Ely will return to- Â¬ home from school at St Marys day from a short visit to friends in College to spend the holidayswith his Illinois For rheumatism I have found noth Â¬ ing equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It relieves the nain as soon as applied Miss Louise R Holladay of Spot- Â¬ J W Young West Liberty W Va sylvania county Virginia is visiting The prompt relief it affords is alone her aunt Mrs M J Lewis in Belle worth many times the cost 50 centsÂ¬ Its continued use will enect a perma point nent cure For sale by Phil Car Â¬ Mrs F W Keyes of Ashland is vis- Â¬ penter South Side Druggist iting her sister Mrs 0 B Ohinn corner of Shelby and Campbell streets Go Sam D Johnson Kith The Barlep Hating OI V UMUUWU raT c rniFf7i IUVD1 Offer for the Christmas plates Trade holidays Messrs 100 styles of beautifully decorated 135 styles of cups and saucers at the great reduction of Japanese 25 per cent discount cups and saucers for 5 cents up i4 3t James Ely Willie Hay craft Henry Hale and Sam Rodman are at home from school at Dauville for the holiday Mr Maurice Tuttle of Rochester New York is spending the holidays here with his college friend Mr Garrard Rodman Mr Lounsbury of Stamford Conn has joined his family in this city and will spend the winter with Mr and Mrs W P Hudson Jr Mr William McEnnis and family who have been living in Union county for some months returned Millinery We offer our stock at cost and Must close out less than cost this stock by January 1st Co Sam D Johnson i4 3t EVERY STOVE GUARANTEED PERFECT I FOK S AJLiE Cloaks Cloaks Everything in this department will be sold at cost to close out here Thursday to reside Miss Mary Keith Miles came home stock Sam D Johnson Co yesterday from school at Paris to visit her parents Mr and Mrs John E Miles during the holidays Mrs L B Longmoor Miss Tiny EX POWER IP YOU USE i4 3t YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVlJ Addams Mrs Mary Leigh Miss Ora Leigh Miss Allie Mercer Judge W H and plain woolen dress goods will Gardener and wife and Col S O be sold at cost until January 1st Sam D Johnson Co Sayre attended the Exposition at Lex Â¬ Dress Goods Our stock of fine novelty suits WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY ington Tuesday i4 3t SAPOLIO - lfcJtHyi WJjPWW IJsF f rjww ry t IWSWJJMiy PC ta DIAmODS XIRTGtiES tt CUOCKS JECJUEliY r tffi CHRISTMAS PRE8RNT8 rnii HOLIDAY M A ea -- GOODS Gold Head Canes I Selbert The Leading Jeweler 233 ST CLAIR STREET c niRt Wares Opera Glasses Gold Pens Gold Spectacles Eye Glasses aw Extra Plated WL IfnfflfflWRfflMilWiTOil He aged 74 years birth but had was an Irishman by The excellent entertainment spent the greater portion of his tgiven last evening- - in the chapel life in this city His funeral took rooms of the college consisted of place yesterday afternoon at 330 select recitations a sword drill from the Church of the Good The pro- Â¬ tableaux and music Shepherd gram called for recitation by Miss The New Men and two Perditia Spaight minuets The Charge of the Light The precinct meetings held last Brigade with sword drill by six- - Saturday to select committeemen teen young ladies in military cos- Â¬ to fill the vacancies in the Demo- Â¬ tume Miss Ethel Crutcher cap- cratic County Committee made tain Tableaux Poses Plastique the following recommendations representing Death of Virginia for appointment by the State Farewell Central Committee Bridge Fred 4In Sight of Home Dance of the Muses to Home Gordon Market House Dr H Adorning the Bride and A L Tobin Bellepoint S T Pence Vocal Crutchers School House Hiram Charm from the Skies duet Misses Harriette L Baumes Jett Harvieland Van D Harrod Frankfort College the heart F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only Â¬ 4 Guitar trio Peaks Mill JohnScott and Ethel Dixon Prof Brady Misses Jennie Baumes In Full Blast Instruand Dike Hazelrigg ifhe great Lexington Exposition mental duet Misses Elizabeth Hazelrigg and Ethel Crutcher and and Midwinter Fair open on Tues other renditions in music day and all those of our citizens who have seen it pronounce it a Slipped on Frost first class exhibition and one well Mrs Dudley Baker was walking worth a trip to that city to see an the back yard at her home on It is not of course gotten up as Arlington Heights early Tuesday grand a scale but what they have morning and stepping upon a is fully equal to the Worlds Fair plank covered with frost slipped at Chicago last year and fell to the ground breaking Mr Ira P Wetmore a prominent Â¬ Â¬ mmm ftR Medical as- Â¬ sistance was at once summoned and both fractures reduced but Mrs Baker will be confined to bed for a long time The family is peculiarly unfortunate as only a few weeks ago Mr Baker had his livery stable destroyed by fire and was thus thrown out of busi- Â¬ ness her left arm and hip Fire Thursday Night The alarm of fire Thursday evening about 7 oclock was occasioned by the burning of a small frame building in the alley back of the Brewery The house belonged to Mrs Petry and was Â¬ real estate agent of San Angelo Tex- Â¬ as has used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his family for several years as occasion required and always with perfect suc cess He says I find it a perfect cure for our baby when troubled with colic or dysentery I now feel that my outfit is not complete without a bottle of this Remedy at home or on a trip away from home For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ gist Mens boys and youths winter boots low down at Â¬ train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for DEALERS IN breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in tne union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p A COMPLETE LINE OF m New London 530 p m Providence 715 p m and Boston RUNNING HORSE The F F V is the 830 p m only modern train lighted through- Â¬ ALWAYS ON HAND out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic mar 10 3m Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Wash- Â¬ ington 240 p m and Old Point Comfort 600 p m Connection is made at Washington with the Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York nbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New Best Indigo Blue Calico York 300 p m the next day Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Good Bed Ticking A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort the formula for making Scotts 2 Yards Wide Sheeting Emulsion has been endorsed by physiciansof the whole world No This is the lowest price ever made secret about it This is one of its goods A large stock of Dry Goods strongest endorsements But the ever known strongest endorsement possible is in the vital strength it gives Black 8c Hursey SADDLES GOODS W MIU 232 ZNTCST -A-- TROTriNG and STEEET 4l2 cents y 5 10 5 5 FOR 20 YEARS 75 2l2 on these than cheaper Scotts JLRGDMMJSGN Oct 6 3 m Emulsion nourishes It does more for weak Babies and Growing Children than any other kind of nourish- Â¬ It strengthens Weak ment Mothers and restores health to all suffering from Emaciation and General Debility For Coughs Colds Sore Throat Bron Â¬ chitis Weak LungsConsumptlon Blood Diseases and Loss of Flesh ScottBowne N Y All Druggists 60c and If JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO CO Meagher Marshalls Have Removed From the Batzell Building THE NEW F F V LIMITED Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila m delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Emphasis is Observation Car especially placed on the Observa Â¬ Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily fol Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter esting enough to demand an Ob Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to trans act business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which arc reached by the Â¬ Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN BasEiriEnt nf the Capital Hntel short time occupied by a colored woman by the name of Taylor The house and contents were completely con- Â¬ sumed and the poor negro lost everything but what she had on She had only a few minutes before left home and taken her child with FOR RENT on Versailles turnpike The farm contains bO acres and Is well set In grass ami suited for dairy purposes Possession slveii on November 1st for terms apply to FAIMI LATELY OCCUPIED BY A W Cromwell one Itiilf mile east of Frankfort BThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a lil AUB11 tf UM CROMWELL GROCERIES Why pay old prices for old goods when you can goods sit lower prices get new her To bo Mustered To night E H Gaither of the Second Regiment Kentucky State Guard will to night muster into the State service the new military company organized in this city The members of the new organiza tion will assemble at the Court House at 730 for the purpose Col Â¬ OLD JUDGE TS THE BEST WHISKY fort for INFRNAK-i- WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT FAMIY OEMEDIGiALUSE Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Oats New Oatmeal luce Hominy and Beans all new goods York Cream Pino Apple and Edam Cheese California and French Prunes French Peas Beans and Mushrooms Largest stock of Olives Olive Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city 714 V If Death dime Suddenly Mr James Iutpatrick an old dnd well known resident of this city died at his room on Broad Â¬ way Thursday norningafter a few 1 Corn per Can Id Pounds of Granulated Sugar Try it and bo convinced For sale by 2 packages Colleo 13 cents J Good Salmon por Can U Knjrin J Lusobor MoKoo Hnrdlo J E 3M Flour por Barrol U25 Tomatoes per Can W W Oborry and M T Mitchell contsyR centsr centsjs- 10 8J Â¬ hours illness with rheumatism of T1HWK WILL UK A MKKTING OF THK L Stockholders ot the lliiison Turnpike Honl Company iield at the Capital Hotel January 17 18JI tor the purposrtof electing aboard ot live directors for the unsulni enr JAS HULETT President Die 15 1 NOOTCE ft EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION JAf b Hfttfj- SOUTH SIDE GROCER HEENEY WSBB oct - If 0 -- Li A I W x i wt m Upffigi ft WMTCH ESiiWKTCH ES 0 rft -- I -- - An unheard of desire to move them out Saturday Monday and Tuesday are special days to conduct the drive I am determined to make things hum and they are all to he solid gold Now is the chance of a life time to come in pos session of a gem of rare beauty and of intrinsic value WATCHES W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler 227 St Clair St FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT home in Greenville Mississippi to join his family Bob is one of post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky Entered at ttie the most popular young men who ns second class mailable matter ever lived in this city and carries GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub with him to his southern home the best wishes of a host of friends FRANKFORT DECEMBER 22 1894 for his future prosperity He has ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH been succeeded by Mr O B Gayle who has entered upon the Mr Jonathan Knight of this duties of pharmacist and is asCounty Expires After a sisted temporarily by Mr Hervey Few Minutes Illness Berryman Mr Jonathan Knight one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of the Blooming ton precinct died suddenly at his home Sunday afternoon in the He had 8oth year of his age been doing some chores about the house and complained of a pain in his shoulder when one of the family applied a linament which did not give relief and he was gotten to bed In a very few minutes after lying down he was a corpse The physician called in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Superior Court Dead The Superior Court held its last session on Tuesday and ad- Â¬ journed sine die its term of existence expiring on the last of Presiding Judge this month Brent will return to the practice of law at Paris Judge Barbour will do the same at New Castle while Judge Yost will locate in this city and practice principally before the Court of Appeals I FOR BARGAINS IN- All the latest books both cheap and fine suitable for Christinas HiOTEL as well as a full line of novelties IN LEXINGTON KY can be found at Barretts news He is selling them off at Saturday December 22 1894 depot ggies Collide Call and Saturday January 5 1895 prices to suit the times V f Freeman of Ducker examine his stock before pur- Â¬ Saturday January 19 1895 Oils i6 it Station wJghborhood and his chasing HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgico operation an u wiin nine or 110 pain niece Miss Rosa Freeman of Misses spring heel shoes from J Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmith Texas were driving into town the lightest weights to the heaviest BEEERENCES Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Jlaster Hue and V7 McKee Hurdle Franklort Ky Monday afternoon and on the hill grades at J A scott Frankfort Ky Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc Anthony Leuch Frankfort Ky Meagher Marshalls near the Arsenal met another J X staten Frunkfort Ky V Uorberleli 6 tf Frankfort Ky buggy containing two ladies who Rev L p Uulett Benson Ky CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS A 11 Mctlure Frunkfort Ky For Sale did not give enough road and Mr A J liutfhes Frankfort Ky Davlu iloore Benson Ky Freeman having but one hand M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky Good second hand phaeton in las 259 DR KELLEYS ofllce anil residence Is at may guide his horse skill- good repair Call and see it could not West Klehth street Cincinnati and where he except SATUR be found every day of each week fully and the wheels of the two Hursey Black DAYS Pamphlets describing theso disease Â¬ and the mode of treatment sent free to any one buggies came together Mr FreeW I KELLEY MD by addressing 259 V7 Eight St ClnclnnatlO mans buggy was upset and he All fine shoes on C D or E CONSULTATION FREE and his niece thrown out He es- Â¬ width at caped injury but Miss Freeman Meaoher Marshall s fell upon her head and shoulder and was severely bruised up The Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder you want shoes of the latest style and at prices that defy competion We have a great many bargains that we are going to dispose of regard Â¬ Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma in the other buggy never ABOUT 50 ACRES WITH IM OF ladies pr vements lying on the Glens Creek turn less of cost Just glance over these prices then come and see the goods Stopped but drove on and it is pike three mile fr in the cty being part of and we will prove to you that all we say is positively true j the old Woodson farm For terms ddress IIUOHR AYKRS I supposed no damage was done to A Mens and Boys Coarse Boots and Ladies Goat and Grain Button 0 98 502 Cross tit Frankfort Ky Deo 9 4 65 Shoes from 125 up Misses Fine Button Oloth Top vehicle their 13 THE STOCK OF THE Mens and Bovb Pine Shoes from 1 Misses Good School Shoes 75 uomg oouiii Agmu Childrens Fine Button Pat Tip 50 Ladies Fine Dongola Button RENT FARM Saviag Assn Peoples Homssteftd 35 1 00 Infants Fine Dongola Button Pat Tip Mr Robert W Tilford who And all other goods in proportion A full line of FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE or the past year has had the city limits of Frunkfort on the Ver CLASS OF STOCK IN THE PEOPLES THE will be sailles pike containing 260 acriH Is for rent from Hometiteiid mid Cut Prices charge of the South Side Drug opened Junuury 1st SavingIs Association Building March 1st 1W5 to March 1st 1896 The place Is Mens and Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Low the only This well adapted to general fanning stock raising and Loan As oclutlon which has paid oft three APS INCLUDING ALL KINDS OF HATS AT Store of Messrs LeCompte has advantages classes of stock six months In advance of the and tobacco growing and particulars apply for to For udvertlsed time for it to mature Do not care to dairy and marketing posi- - sell more than i60 shares of stock and If you the undersigned at her residence on Ann street e Co has resigned his h 204 ortoFrankChlnn utiormy wish to subscribe now Is the time Mas MakyJ DUDLur 12 tf ll txmas JACOB bWIGKRT Secretary ind left yesterday for his Dec 22 2t -- will be opened on association the fisrt of January and if you wish to lay by your money by paying in a small amount weekly and receive a good rate of interest his is a safe place to put it The association does not care to sell more than two hundred and fifty shares of stock in this class and if you want to get in it will be well to subscribe now JOIIX BOYD TIIACHER A pronounced the trouble rheumaWITNESS Mr Knight tism of the heart had spent most of his life in this He Fully Verifies a Disputed Worlds Fair Award county was a good neighbor and an honest upright citizen whose John Boyd Thacher is laconic loss is deeply felt by the cor nu and decisive in his statements During the lively campaign just in which he lived n The largest and most complete assortment of- closed in New York this marked t ft to to Put him especially as chairman of the Dem crat Committee your money was equally State of him as chair-It K r pi true ve a sure re man of the Executive Committee whenIn the city can be found at ne stock of the on Awards at the Worlds Fair turn invest and Saving This is the positive and sentenPeoples Ho estead Association as this is one of the tious way in which he verifies in an official letter the honors won best managed Building and Loan by Dr Prices Baking Powder Associations in the State and is I herewith enclose you an official ihe public is cordially invited to call and inspect their large stock of toys novelties candies nuts and other things that serve to make a merry Christmas Something can the only one which has ever ma- copy of your award which in due be found at our store suitable in the diplotured three classes of stock and time will be inscribed Thus the paid it off at par six months in ma and forwarded question respecting the award aivance of the time advertised raised by an envious New York Clasj N in the rival is settled beyond cavil This You will surely find what you want for some friend or relative by calling at our place for it to pay out tote liiflls at sower k Airs v -- A v - c Â¬ HOLIDAY SOWER WV - GOODS Â¬ AHLERS Â¬ Â¬ FOR PERSONS OP ANY AGE rfm Dec I5 2t i same rival by the way is vvid- ly advertising an award for itself The official records prove this claim wholly false as they show the New York pretender was not so mnch as an exhibitor at the Worlds Fair - J VT ht8 JDM fe Wit DR Christmas Books WI KELLEY CALL ON A COLLINS rn OF CINCINNATI O will be at the PBiOENIZ Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass I Â¬ Â¬ SPECIAL SHOE SALE For Sale JACOBS FERD CLiLIB ST 2Q4 ST Â¬ 11 Safe Investment M Â¬ v UK ia FERD JACOBS 1 - St c Street 1 v lypjt tiifyiA yJvi I iJPfWplW mmmmiu I 1 w tyv- Bprir7TTRUUnBHyMUBIHHHmirm 4r M I I H mWM mwumm abm fiMll feHfcjWith l GARLAND OAKS the oirij r oak jmrs Perfect Ash Pan BUCKLEY as good as he can be Paul shook the viper from his wrist and be- Â¬ came the leader of the people Friends we must shake off the vfpers from our wrists if we ex- Â¬ pect to lead others 2 The text applies to the back- Â¬ He is not usually a bad slider person The Bible treats with great tenderness the one who Two thirds of it is backslides I never written to backsliders saw a happy backslider 3 The text applies to the moralist and self righteous man You can measure this man by his words of which there are many 4 It applies to the man who criticizes the church Whether his criticism be just or unjust in making ithe invites God to judge him by a stricter standard Men O men have the courage of your convic- Â¬ tions forsake your ways and do all sin O friend bring your sin your enemy and lay it upon Gods m - A km I fWk r ttt- g CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN I FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT refuse its FRANKFORT DECEMBER 22 1894 Extracts from llov B Fay Mills Sermons Delivered in this City a m We thought that a few of the pithy sayings of each sermon preached by Mr Mills to this community would be acceptable therefore we offer them ii our columns TENTH SERMON Text The Master is come and w e calleth for Thee Reasons why the resurrectionl of Lazarus is like a revival i It is an important matter Death is always an important matter Men turn from business or from social matters when a During a revival our friend dies friends are in danger of hardening their hearts by refusing to listen A to the calling of the spirit time of opportunity is always The deserted a time of peril streets and closed business houses on this mid week Sabbath means that men sympathize with the momentus question of the hour Mary and Martha sent a messen Â¬ ger to J sus that was a mistake Do not depend upon others to do your work in time of revival Manifest an inteiest in your friends and nei hborsand you can reach them I never saw a natural interest among men who were con- Â¬ cerned about their fellows They are always excited somewhat 2 Come and see where they laid him the sisters said not go and see Come is the revival word I see some who are using it and some who do not use it 3 Why do not men accept the invitation There is a stone in the The stone of pride of way worldliness of avarice of unholy business of bitterness of heart of Many people are indifference waiting for you to get right then they will get right I have seen some people here trying to get off the grave clothes from a Lazarus I see some who dead in sin make no effort Friends help all A time of rewithin your reach vival is not a time for formality Â¬ Oh the blessings baseness of the sin of ingratitude You who are cherishing a 2 secret hope for entering the king dom without confessing Christ with your lips are stumbling in the noon day as in the night There is no other way than through confession open con- Â¬ fession You are stumbling if you wait for a Christian experience before confessing Christ Â¬ 3 You who are church members and who pass through a time like this without great concern and without effort to save some unconverted friend are stumbling in the noon day as in the night 4 He who has no concern about his own soul is stumbling in the noon day as in the night It is easy at a time like this to ask forgivness 5 There is no excuse for anyone present to stumble longer at The very air is the noon day vocal with the spirit of Jesus Others are waiting for you to A small steamer ran upon move in the Mississippi river a bar when a large boat passed making great waves and floated it off the bar Some one is waiting for you to pass by Jesus of Nazareth is Will now passing by for you you accept his help Â¬ Â¬ bottom of the ocean there are the same kind of fish as at the surface but being in darkness they are blind Men harden their hearts and lose sight of Gods truths in the same manner The laws of nature are inviolable Sow thought and you reap acts sow acts and you reap habits sow habits and you reap character sow character and you reap destiny By refusing to believing there will come a time when you cannot believe Observation testifies that in 3 many instances unbelievers die easily they have no fear of pun- Â¬ ishment their death bed scenes are not horrible In many in- Â¬ stances this is true but those persons die as the dog dies with- Â¬ out hope without comfort all is blank before them I am Said a person to me afraid there is no pardon for me If you desire Christ to pardon you you are yet pardonable The spirit is pleading with you whenever you feel sorrow that you are a sinner Â¬ altar and forsake it Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Care P J OheneyCo Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry oat any obliga- Â¬ tion made by the firm WestTruax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio W aiding Kinnan Marvin WholeÂ¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interÂ¬ nally acting directly upen the blood and mucous surces of the system Sold by all Prioe 75c per bottle -9 druggists Will Tickle Them in the children call and way of a book for examine the stock at Barretts He has those which news depot will tickle the little ones most If you want something right 5 16 it THIRTEENTH SERMON Let the wicked man for I see some of you sake his sin settle back as if you were not to Â¬ Text TWELFTH SERMON ELEVENTH SEKMON Text We stumble at the noon- Â¬ day as in the night The Jews had lived in the noon day of history but they had for saken God and hardened their r-t- Â¬ hearts 1 People stumble to day God may hold you responsible for being a citizen of the United States It is an awful thing for a man to drink in the blessings of Christianty in a Christian land and -- I After reading Matthew 25 Mr My subject is a solMills said emn one whether a man can be spiritually dead and be spiritually alive Text They would not believe therefore they could not believe A three fold cord is not easily The text gives three Â¬ broken fold testimony 1 It is the testimony of the book of God 2 It is the testimony of Sci ence 3 It is the testimoi y of Ob servation 1 If God had kept back some condition man would have some excuse for refusing to believe All Opportu- Â¬ conditions are known nity is the story of the Bible from The wise beginning to end avail themselves of opportunites There is an unpardonable sin that of resisting the influence of the Spirit of God the sin against Sin against the the Holy Ghost Son or the Father tmy be par- Â¬ doned but the sin against the Holy Ghost is unpardonable Esaus birthright which he sold There is was his soiritual claims a sin unto death The testim ny of science 2 shows the analogy of Gods work- ings in nature with his workings In the upon the human soul Â¬ Two be spoken to this morning thirds of my sermons have been to the church members and this one is for you Let us first settle who the wick Â¬ ed are 1 A man is wicked who is not For school books and school The text applies to a man who will say wicked things about supplies call at Meagher Marshalls To strike a the church willfully mother in the face is a shameful Old Bridge Spoon at LeCompte act but it is an act of manliness Gayle Co cost 2 50 compared with the act of one who strikes God in the face by saying BLUE BBSS wicked things of his church But a light brightens the back ground Let the wicked forsake PffilES Â¬ his way and further on we read He will have mercy upon him and FCLL STiCK Of rnriT AND orna A will abundantly pardon What Vinesnieitiil Ir fs shrubs Small Fruits Grape Asparagus tnl everything usually fmnd Did he say at Mich sell eNtnbllsliiiiont Try us on prices sins Scarlet sins Wo do not through agents but direct to the He cleanseth from planter Catalogue on apiillcatlon scarlet sins U F MLLENUEYER 1111 Orchard MEs6ard6D Oct fi 3m Lexington Ky Poor Mans Chance OFFICIAL NOTICE or this It HOWARD DEALEHS IN IWcCOY WORLDS FAIR AWARD TO Staple and Fancy Groceries Have marked their stock down to ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for Kead the follow CASH ONLY ing 2 pounds J E barrel M Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Executive Committee on Awards at the Col- Â¬ umbian Exposition writing from Washington D C to the Price Baking Powder Company UI herewith enclose you an official copy of your award which in due time will be inscribed in the Diploma and forwarded to your address unless other Â¬ Flour 45 cents or 325 per John Boyd Thacher Chairman of the says wise indicated by you Thus are the honors awarded Dr Prices Baking Powder at the Worlds Fair fully verified On the other hand the claims to awards at the Fair by a New York Baking Powder Official records are proven wholly false Was not even an exhibitor show it was it because it contained Ammonia Flour 40 mits Arbuekles Lion and XXXX Colfee 2 packages 45 cents Best Mocha and Java Coffee 8 pounds for SI Extra ireen Cotlee liy cents per pound tlood Jreeu Colfee 20 cents per pound ranulatfd Susar 2u uoundii for 1 Extt a Brown tiugar 21 pounds or 1 Brown Siumr 22 pounds for SI Best New Orleans Molasses 85 cents per gallon Hit suuiy sorgunin 10 cents per gallon Tomatoes three 3 pound cans for 20 cents DeudropCorn 12lcenls per can Sterling Corn Maine packed 10 cents per can Sugar Corn 3 cans for 25 cents or 90 cents a dozen iallon can of Apples 25 cents California Peaches two h poundcans 35 cents California Apricots two 3 pound cans 35 cents Best ireen Tea ci cents per pound oodGreen Tea 35 cents per pound Royal Bakliut Powder 45 cents per pound Evaporated Peaches Hi and Piicents per pound Ca Ifornla Prunes 3 pounds for 25 cents French Pruues 2 pounds for 25 cents Lenox Soup 0 bars for 25 cents Everyday Soap 7 bars for 25 cents Hood Hnslus 3 pounds for 25 cents Best Raisin 10 cents per pound Best Leaf Lard 10 cents per pound Paragon llatus 12 cents per pound Breakfast Baoon 12 centy pur pound uacon in cents per pouuu Best Brooms 20ientseueh Cood Brooms 15 cents each Everything else In proportion 25 pounds Arctic f - Howard McCoy 341 St Clair St i iriYma1 rflWifytr ummMsm HpHHH The Varsity Musicians VTfWRFF RELIGIOUS Â¬ The University of Virginia Glee Baptist Church Rev W 0 Taylor the pastor will occupy his pulpit Banjo and Mandolin Clubs who to morrow morning at 11 and 700 last year won for themselves so pflFuss l 4 l iM Kt ZSJWT p m Sunday school in tho Ohapol at 930 TV Darfcio preaches Christian Ouuncn Rev George at 11 on 4Tho Wise Men from the Eist and their Gifts a Christmas sermon and at 730 on The Kings Business The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in tho lecture room at 645 Topic Carrying Leader to Others Christmas Joy Â¬ Miss Bonnie Dean Sunday school meets at 930 T7 E Gorey the pastor will conduct services at Church of the Good the Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m Catholic Ohcjkoh Rev Father Episcopal Church Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual The regular services to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 conducted by Rev J Me Olusky Blayney D D the pastor Â¬ First Presbyterian Church iii- - Methodist Church Rev F S Polletc the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p m in the class room much praise and congratulation on their tour throughout the West and South are the principal attraction booked at the Opera House for Xmas week They will reach Frankfort over N from Lexington about the L nine oclock on the morning of December 28th and will be met at the depot by a committee of the local allumni who will take them The con- Â¬ in charge for the day cert will begin promptly at 815 and will consist of three parts of six members each In all three clubs there are about forty students among them Mr M WPope the star full back of last years victorious foot ball team and the President of the clubs and the hero of the grid Â¬ iron also accompanies the clubs Mr Saunder Taylor whom King Princetons great quarter said could not be excelled on the foot ball field Mr Andie Burthc the bar- Â¬ itone who made such a great rep- Â¬ utation last year will also be with the boys and all who hear him will feel fully repaid for their trouble Taken altogether the University Clubs will give a concert which we arc confident will be equal to that of any college clubs in the country and we advise all who love to hear good music by purely amateurs to take advantage of the occasion and give the boys from Virginia a crowded house KUdsliis 1 CETCJ Ft J ttf 1 J - l Christian Church at 1030 this morning The deceased was the Todds Fruit and Candy Prices widow of the late Dr W L Look at these prices at J R Crutcher Todds store near the bridge Mrs Elizabeth Good Oranges Eberhardt 15 cents dozen died at the Best Apples per peck 35 cts French Eberhardt home of her parents near the Mixed Nuts per pound 12 cts Gripes per pound 20 cts Forks of Elkhorn Tuesday night Malagamixed Candy Home 3 pounds for after a lingering illness The de25 cts ceased was the wife of Rev French Candy per pound 12 W Eberhardt ami a daughter of cts My store is headquarters for Mr J W French of this county Christmas fruits and candy Early last summer she vent to I make my own candies and North Carolina in hopes the know they are pure Goods de- Â¬ climate would benefit her health livered to all parts of the city free J R Todd but failed to receive relief and returned here to die at the home of umbrellas and For trunks Her funeral took ftcr childhood valises cheap call on place Thursday morning from her Meagher Marshall fathers residence Hawkins Mr Bernard Haw- Â¬ kins died Saturday of last week at CALL AT home near Cedar Chapel this his county and the funeral took place Sunday The deceased was of Messrs W J a brother-in-la232 ANN STREET and J W Hughes of this city FOR YOUR and was a good substantial citi- Â¬ neighbo- Â¬ zen of the Farmdale His wife preceded him to rhood the grave last March Rodman Mrs Rodman wife of Dr James Rodman formerly Fruits Nuts Candy of this city died at the residence Oystuis and Oelery in Hopkinsville on of her husband Col Thomis Rod- CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER Thursday HOUSE IN THE CITY man left yesterday morning to at- Â¬ tend the funeral Our Oyster and Celery Stock will ar Â¬ Walcutt Mrs Annie Brown rive Monday for Christmas use Walcutt died at her home near this city Windy Side Wednesday morning about 10 oclock aged 6j year- after an REMEMBER I AM HERE TO STAY The illness of about two weeks TH3 IMPROVED deceased was the widow of the late Captain John Walcutt and iuuhdo was born and raised in Columbus She leaves one son her For biilc by THOS A JOYCE H0 Broadway Ohio I N depot only child Mr Dellano B Wal opposite A machines Alio needled nil ete dilute of your patron tor nil MiWiiif solicited cutt of county to mourn her less age Dei ifiMJin Â¬ 1 Â¬ m m She Committed Suicide Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn Â¬ Mrs F O Cone at Paris left this ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m letter My husband Forgive me if I Sunday school at 930 cause you trouble but I suffer so You do not know what these long Deaths wakeful wretched nights are to me and I am so tired darling the pain Mrs Susan A will never be better It is not easy to Crutch er take my own life but I have been Crutcher formerly of this county sick so long Goodbye my husband This is died in Lexington Thursday and I love you your wife gives up one inof the thousands that the remains will be brought here stead of usincr Dr Miles Restorative being speedily cured of this morning for interment the Nervine and their wretchedness uoto J w uayie funeral taking place from the and get an elegant book and trial 5 bottle free Â¬ Southern Presbyterian Church Sun Beam Corn 140 cts doz whole 3 Tomatoes lb cans 140 cts dozen Sun Beam Asparagus 3 lb cans 35 cts each audl Austin Nickles Cos Oyster Bay Asparagus 3 lb cans 30 cts each Austin Nickles Cos Oyster Bay Asparagus Tips 3 lb cans 30 cts each SAN FRANCISCO CAL Cal Asparagus 3 lb cans 25 cts NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY Cnl Lemon Cling Peaches 3 cans for 50 cts The onliest place to find chiCal White Heath Peaches 3 ldrens shoes in all styles at lowest cans for 50 cts prices Cal White Cherries 3 cans for Meagher Marshall 50 cts 6 tf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ayrnp of Figs is taken it is pleasant lid refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Uver and Bowels cleanses the sys vm effectually dispels colds head iclios and fevers and cures habitual vntipation Syrup of Figs is the nily remedy of its kind ever pro huod pleasing to the taste and ac pptnble to the stomach prompt in is action and truly beneficial in its fleets prepared only from the mo3t healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c bottles by all leading drug Any reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Goth tho method ENJOYS and results when New Mixed Nuts 12 Hand Made Cream Candy 20 cts lb cts lb Soft Shell Almonds 3 lbs for Fancy Lemons 15 cts dozen 50 cts Empsons Candy all kinds 50 English Walnuts I2cts lb cts pound Large Texas Pecans I2cts Fancy Bananas 15 cts dozen pound Fresh Cocoanuts 5 cts each Hallo wee Dates lib Pkgs 7 Oranges on the market Finest l cts each 25cts dozen Layer Figs 12 cts pound Choice Oranges 20 cts dozen Fancy Layer Raisins 12 cts Nice Size 5 Fresh Stick Candy 74 cts lb pound 2 Pkgs Fire Crackers 5 cts IL raticy Mixed 2 Pure lb FIRE WORKS PIKE WORKS SK Long Chaw lb 10 50 per cent cheaper than they Fancy Cream lb have ever been sold at before 5 1 tt 15 A FEW SPECIAL DRIVES jCal Apricots extra fine cts per can Gallon Cans Apples 25 cts 3 lb cans Apples 2 for 15 cts 3lb cans Tomatoes 2 for 15 cts Good Corn 2 for 15 cts Good Peas 2 for 15 cts Yarmouth Corn 10 cts Edam Cheese extra large size 90 cts Pine Apple Cheese 50 cts Standard Gr Sugar 20 lbs 1 00 Extra C Sugar 22 lbs 100 Arbuckles or Manilla Coffee 2 Pkgs for 45 cents Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning J Henry Brady teacher of the guitar will give lessons in Sax latest and most approved Pianos First class tuned and repaired For terms references furnished c aoply at 318 Clinton street 45 tf m tons celebrated method Avove goods are all new pack and are guar- Â¬ anteed strictly fin t class We are overstocked heDce the reduction Dont wait until they are all sold Come now CASH OlTIsr ELLWANGER BROS L B Large line of ladies Rochester and Cincinnati fine shoes at Meagher Marshalls m MARSHALL W A GAINES t Queen The Queen Crescent Route L B MARSHALL CO Crescent Route always meets the public require- Â¬ For holidays this year ment they are the first to announce low C points and rates to all Q OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET to certain territory on connect- Â¬ Â¬ Ask agents for paring lines ticulars EIAD PWMT A on Cllntn street C JJ UH HJlilM A denceSIX IOOM UKSl Holiday rates on the Q this year are made at a fare and a Y0U A frame cotaKnn WILL otBUYrooms on Second streettugo 3 third the round trip Tickets on tftiJ South Side 1 17 E OFFER FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES sale Dec 22d to 25th and Dec Vr of tine tobacco laud iieur Forks of Elk inclusive horn 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the 20th to January 1st remalilng 122 uores in gmta For terms cull at FARM FOR SALE Good until January 3d for re- Â¬ our office or on H C Church agent on the Real Estate and Insurance Ags fobacco Laud JJ 4 n iv Y turn Chas premises VV cinnati O Zell D P A Cin- Â¬ All the latest styles in soft and stiff hats at Meagher FINE FARM OF situated on the ie rgetown turn- Â¬ pike 8 miles lrom FriuiKfort This Is very pro Â¬ ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially udipted to The neighborhood Is excellent stock raisin churches und schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive OFFER WE110 acres FOR SALE A s ft flfin p J JJ 07 WILL BUT A FRAME COTTAGE OF 5 rooms on East Ala In street Marshalls 260 ACRE FARM with lot kl KnnwrLLBUYABRICK fjxiw by 150 feet of 7 rooms on Holmes street RESIDENCE C S Bells Jr w Gnnstmas Ms FINE LAND WITH OOOD IMPROVE- December 32d to 25th and De- Â¬ fVmerits situated near rorus 01 JSiKiiorn 1st on witMain street at aa burgulu frame cottige j for sale This tarm Is well adapted to J East oAliTj double cember 28th to January 1st the offeredraising or will raise line tobacco us well us stock other crops suited Midland will sell tickets at one all easy puymants for this climate Will sell 011 one third fare for the round and trip acres December 22d to 24th the Mid RARnFN iMnifl 0F SVKN cottage with new lrume UHnUrli of four land will sell tickets to Galveston rooms and nil other necessary improvements I1RAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT locat d on good turnpike road two miles from Texas and return at 2955 Thorn Hill This nioporty will be sold cheun Frankfort U offered lor sale This Is very Tickets good for 11 days Account and on very easy payments only a small cash desirable property payment uewK required witu tne balance paid Southern Educational Associa- Â¬ weekly tion Holiday Hates 1 AR QATP WE OFFER FOR SALE For 3 JESstle FORJ3ALE Dr Halos Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in tho world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are eured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpcntkus druu store XjOTSS A GREAT BARGAIN adjoin Judge Dianes propeity AND THE TAYLOR BETWEEN offered for AVENUE eusy terms sale on twenty foot street and These lots are on u ood lurid lit Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Â¬ cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pumeiiis to the right party If not sold Immediately will rent ut a low llgure OFFERED FRAME ISresidence of IN A NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two FORSALE dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and all other necessary Improvements This laud Is In u high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a barualn t e ited miles from Frankfort on u tood turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi 8 A FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY LO for sale FRVME COTTAGES OF FOUR ROOMS on Tulor iivoiiuo This Is good property and will be sold 011 eusy payments to right party If you are Interested come tho quick Â¬ Call Marly TWO - Miles Nerve and Liver Pills mn iimi Act on a new principle regulating the Hvor stomach and bowels though Dr TWO the nerves A now discovery Mllnni Pills HnflffUlv aura biliounness Is very bad taste torpid liver piles constipa tion rapienuux ior men wumuu uuu ihildreu Smallest mildest surest Samples free at 0 doses for 25 cents FOR SALE FORSALE STOUY nUMKRKSinENOB OFGROOMS mWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS L und 14 acres of land In DrMtwport This Lewis street with lot 03 by 100 feet This Is good property und Is offered ut a bargain vulunblo property i m WGaylestFrankfortKy St 45 ly L ARSHALL frUfa- - CO ijfcj- w 1 gl g M itJ tK v i- - V Taw vy 7 Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LAWYERS wsccayzarMnwDosanB CBtxmaa0uvimxfiiMaveKa Y M C A mamavMJTcm meeting - Formerly of Wakefield R CIIOVTE L H Choate FINXELL will bu a generAl P lltoptist Church Monday at 730 of all the men of rt Wio are interested in rganization of an all round Mens Christian Associi- rn which ample provision is made for the physical social ll and spiritual well being of Not mg men of the city t young men who are wining fecome members 01 sucn an fciation but all who are interpd in the general welfare of the lmunity and especially the iness men are urgea 10 De Mr Henry E Rosevcar isent e State Secretary of the Yourg ens Christian Association will le present 1 i ri UJA PLA3OTG MILL AND JOIhV R TODD Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and lee Cream and Soda Water in season Cigars and Tobacco Near now bridge WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky HOGSHEAD FACTORY KuiiMOiunHiiiiiuiiisiiJiniiia Mild vCScTn- - Fimc NEWSDEALER nc mkmux itmu cowm suttisson MW TOWN Also Renl Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties PURCHASED THE PLANINO MILL and will also give Bpeclal attention to the pur Â¬ HAVINGtobacco hogshead ractory of Messrs chase and sale of real etato collection of rents Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish clMms and the negotiation of loans DOORS SHINULES SASH TURNED W BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK CHINN R Attorney at Law - ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy Goods Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In nil State Courts floor custom House DRUGS Ofllce AND ALL KINDS OF second Finish For CHOATE Sept2 ly m Houot a SWEET CAPO RAL 332 Main Street W H AVERILL Druggist Main Street opp City Hall as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Ofllce on riverfront A share of public patronage Is solicited CIGARETTE Hit steed the Test of Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 FINNELL l RVrivn PAINTERS A general stock ot Drugs Fine Stationery a Prescriptions specialty Cigars and Tobacco compounded at ail hours JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Ilentltiuartcrs for Toys Abler have Sower such an immense stock of toys suitable for Christma s gifts to the little ones that one must indeed be hard to please who cannot find something in their store to suit his fancy They have everything new from a climbing monkey to a steam engine in met every- Â¬ thing to delight the heart of every Read their child in the city largeadvertisement and then go and see their goods Messrs y J P H Co Finger Cut Oil Mr W B BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street NO W RWILLIAMS CO Druggists 314 Main Sheet C TDe THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Albert Chilson sawyer at the saw mill of Messrs W J Co Hughes had the middle finger of hi- left hand cut ofi by en J a knife used in the manufacture of ca hogsheads tobacco yesterday na - Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all band hours A fine line ot Fancy Toilet Articles OSW R R Mis Limiir ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE m 14 LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS T SERVICE DON T BUY YOUR ca U3 IS THE MOST afternoon It was taken off at na ra ca the second joint rsa ca rsa ca ca ea na ua na eia PERP Our shoes are way up and prices are way down see Come and ua EE1 our ea ra Winter Boots Shoes MEMPHIS VICKSBUKG NEW ORLEANS -- AND JS 4 ALL POINTS 6 tf m Queen and Crescent an- Â¬ The All the latest styles in soft and nounces a special rate of a fare stiff hats at and a third for the round trip from Meaghkr Marshalls Cincinnati and from all stations in Kentucky account Lexington For Sale Ky Midwinter Fair and Exposi- Â¬ tion December 19th to January Good second hand phaeton in 8th It will undoubtedly be the greatest exhibition ever held in good repair Call and see it Mursey Black Kentucky Tickets on sale via C every day during the the Q m good until January 9th to Fair Times are hard and shoes are return cheap at Chas W Zell D P A Cin- Â¬ Meagher Marshall cinnati O IJow Rates to the Fare Meagher Marshalls ra ca LJ ca ca p ca na Until you look at our stock na ea na na ea ca na ua - South and Southwest Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address A Mans Boot for S150 1 Mens First Quality Wholeca ea stock Boot only 200 ca aa ma caOur Women and Girls NonrippiBg Snoesga ta ra ra are the Shoes for mud and school ea ea ra ea ra ea ea ra a ea na ca ra ca ca ea ta ca na WTraveling Pass Agent J MoBRIDE Ky Louisville Ky General Passenger Agent Louisville T BLYNOH Kentucky Midland Ry Only direct Una between CINCINNATI ASK AND FRANKFORT MIDLAND 1 Wet feet sore throat diphtheria and doctors bills Wear our shoes We are not handling toys this year but are headquarters for the and be saved Meagher Marshalls finest line of candies to be found 6 tf in the city fancy Mixed candy Jft Fine Confectionery ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea ra gg R K McCLURE SON Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery 1 candies homemade taffies and i 1 carmels that cannot be equaled in Frankfort A large line of Lowneys Chocolates the finest chocolates made and also fine line of fruits fire works cakes and fancy confections at prices never heard of in the city Todds new store Notice the dis near new bridge play of fruits and nuts in the win- Â¬ dow as you pass by 15 21 Goodyear from 6 tf goods at Welts in all styles ea All guaranteed rararanarararaBararararara 250 up eaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeauaeuea E isrKzOEarararararararaBanararanana - ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea ra ea FOR TICKETS VIA KY TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD 18 M 1 1WM TIME p M TIME TABLE NOV A p M TRAINS EAST Lv iTanttfort A Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Lv Ar I No 700 706 711 728 734 No 3 4C0 No 7 S t - jtl ra ea ra ea LvSwltzer stamping Ground Georgetown C S Depot Newtown Centreville 718 740 746 411 418 4 0b 100 11U Johnson Duvall 428 434 44C 453 503 511 515 528 B erieusaweueaEaeaeueaeacaea Meagher Marshalls THE BIG FOUR ROUTE YOU WANT- at Lv Elizabeth Purls Paris Junction TRAINS WEST C 755 RJ8 816 820 830 446 5 25 I 140 200 210 220 286 800 320 38S 845 100 PM 435 455 511 5S0 12i n k 47 n II No C M I 2 Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of the Lake Front through the most ties at Chicago to Preaches To morrow The friends of Rev E O Guerrant D D will have an opportunity of hearing this splendid preacher to morrow as he will fill the pulpit of Rev D Clay Lilly at the Southern Presbyterian Church at both the morning and evening services Â¬ 3 Its a Mistake Jy To neglect caring for a cough or cold m ijfi ji in Is the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Lost Money on county court Cures Coughs and Colds Can be day About forty dollars wrapped taken internally A positive specific Bruises Burns in tissue pappcr by E Black for pneumonia Outs long standing Chilblains Sores of Swallowfield Franklin county Corns and Bunions are cured quickly Finder please leave at different from all else superior to all Ky Sower Ahlers or send to owner else it has no equal 25 and 50a boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at P H and receive liberal reward 8 Carpenters drug store Every time you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation is mstarted that in a short time is j i tt ur w aimcuio 10 control t xiaies nouse- hold Cough Cure has such a magic effect upon a cough allaying all irri tation so quioKiy tnac every person in the land should always have a bot- Â¬ tle of this wonderful medicine on hand to begin taking at once upon the first appearance of a cold It costs only 25o and 50o a bottlo at P H Carpenters drug store a 9 1 1 10 54 703 a30 picturesque portion of the city and Swltzer 1104 7 13 85P 905 1111 720 Hlhorn land passengers in the magnificent IM Summit 1117 726 915 New Central Station on Twelfth street A Frankfort 1115 735 920 and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ with L venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Our disclosing too UPHOL A connects with K C KC and LS B connects with Q Â¬ O ronneots Victoria and Leland Hotels and withNotk Xos 1 2 3 4 7 8 nna li daily except STERED FURNITURE in two blocks of the State and Sunday See bunday trains below Wabash Street Cable Lines and the SUNDAY TRVIN3 South Side Elevated Railway ConWe will West Leave Georgtown 1035 a m arrive at offer a venient stops are also made at Hyde Frnkfort 11 85 am Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty E8T Leave Frankfort 215 p iuj urrlveat Second street Stations Georgetown 315 p m The Kentucky Mmiand Railway and connec Magnificent Vestibuled Trains tions form the shortest and cheapest route to al Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars points north south east and west Private Compartment Buffet SleepFor further Information apply to their agents or ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor C D BERCAW E B WEITZEL transfer across Cincinnati to make city Ticket Agant Gen Pass Agt Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while connections GEO B HRPKR Gen Supt Frankfort Ky the assortment is unbroken Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormiok Pass Traffic Mgr N TIME TABLE L D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Big Four Route Cincinnati O A M A M P M P M THIS OFFER much g bt insrcosr Lv Paris Junction Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Parts r Elinbeth 945 10X0 10 C8 P M No 4 542 G05 6 15 A M No8Nol2 i Georgetown C S Depot Centervllle Newtown 0t8 619 6 27 B Johnson tmvall StamplnsjGround 1018 1035 1041 1047 642 645 651 C 57 747 800 810 650 inventory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rrdugrd priges SON i until further notice ereatlv Â¬ Dr Halos Household Ointment R ROGERS u S0UTI1 No 17 Noil9 No 9KI 21 No 23 Lv Lexington F Ynrnallton Midway 845 777 Tlii 109 J7 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN Bagdad Spring Station Frankfort Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Pieasurevllle Eminence Lagrange 917 925 950 550 1023 617 1035 G M 1044 641 1115 7 K7 212 227 235 300 3S3 3 49 615 636 60 iaa 813 838 935 657 71 8 06 115 A M 7 uH3 1219 812 P 1144 745 357 425 448 456 520 86 9 03 M NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley P M P M No 18 No 20 No 22 No 24 it5 Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Lost A black Shepherd pup Aot on new prinoiple regulatin about nine months old Liver the liver aBtomaoh and bowels thouc colored points tip of tail white the nerves A new discovery Dr A liberal reward will be given for Miles Pills speedily oure biliousness It meant that tha Quetn and Crcirent Rout la IT mlltt ihortctt between CitHlniuttl ami Lexington Umlli hurient Cincinnati to IILr mlnjhami on mllei ihorten Cincinnati In Ni w irlmno 1iiiuikiihorUik Cincinnati to Chattanoogj AtluuU or JuckMinville Wuridu Lagrange Eminence Pieasurevllle Bagdad Midway SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between nit of the aim a port Oilr lino runnlr AlheTlljTN L Hirer vi Rhr vt iMirt Aik uir Throiuti information or its return to me Dec 1 5 it D B Walcutt English 3 China Dinner Sets bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and ohildren Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samples free at ShelMUlo Mul Iiwrrnr It Uh Uviou tj HHVll 11 tli in In V cioVur ami Mirer- 1 trniiMui u Kiiuwiiiu and il iiou i u it irltant or il illfutni mjJo ilrlll Inn ILAlugwa Ion u kt C Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington Yarnallton 735 811 824 850 926 933 949 1021 1045 1055 1111 6 05 410 433 448 515 542 550 635 1130 10 05 620 654 705 7ffl 758 806 825 855 920 929 946 6KM 390 403 410 428 450 456 6 09 535 559 621 6 48 Yitl viaiv uatl VV t 850 af Buckleys V J 45 ly W Gayles Frankfort Kyi Dr Prices Crejun Baking Powder A L IIS CUEEf Pur QrapaCrMMOt Tartar Powder M i Mo 24 will stop at Anohorage and Christiausburg for passengers for Lexington and points beyond Moa 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange Noa 10 and 21 oonneot for Uiuoiunatl at Anohorage for Bloomeld Branch i u w - l oJ I jjamra CRUTCHES ATI II 1 ft aiAniu Headquarters CHRISTMAS PRESEN1 i Rwf By scanning the price list below you will see that the bargains to be offered are simply greater ues than ever shown before and if you are wise you will i Take Memorandum of the Following and Be on Hand Early sHah 91 jnw Handkerchiefs Mufflers Gents Silk 25c to Mufflers 2 Suspenders Girls and boys fine Hem- Â¬ All Silk with fine buckles stitched Handkerchiefs great assortment all go 5fj at 50c Silk Umbrellas 100 Union Silk Umbrellas Working Gloves Mens Gloves 35c to Hats All the latest blocks from 1 up Holiday Slipper Gents embroidered 75c j leather 150 to S3 warm paragon frame only gi25 Leather extra quality new assortment Tecks and so Mens Neckwear Four-in-han- ds Hosiery Driving Gloves Imported - Caps All the novelties and yacht Caps 25c and up Clothing Childrens Suits all sizes1 200 styles 125 to 7i 1 all fresh arrivals 25c to Childrens fine Japanese Embroidered Silk only Rest quality all colors 99c IOC Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves 125 Jeans Pants I2c Mens Overcoats to 50c 50 different styles 25 3 Mens Merino Half Hose farnstock and 1 to buck skin 175 II - Mill Canes Choice lot of novelties 75c to 150 Collars first Four ply 10c to 20c Clothing quality Boys to Long Pants Suits styles 250 to Si 2 100 j Mens Fur Caps Electric Seal 75c to 150 Boys Overcoats Great variety 10 Cuffs Four ply first ioc to 25c quality Clothing Mens Suits to S20 all styles S3 Gents t i Dress Kid Gloves terra cotta and tan 150 to 175 fine 250 to Shawl Straps All styles 25 c to 1 Pocket Books Different styles 5QC- - jpimmi t Childrens Kid Gloves Lined 65c and Blues blacks and colors 25c to Â¬ Dress Shirt Shields 150 to 250 Cardigan Jackets Mens 1 Jewelry 125 Overcoats Shoes Mens Dress Shoes Si S250 to 6 50 to gi50 All the latest novelties in Mens Ulsters and Over- Â¬ Link Buttons 50c to coats S3 to 25 t 125 fancy Mens Silk Um brellas Range in price from 7 Silk Garters With silver and gold 2 Mens Mcintosh buck- Â¬ les silk webb 1 to 25c to Silk Handker Â¬ chiefs Gents initial 50c Holiday Slippers Ladies ors all the latest 1 col- Â¬ to 250 to 650 patent leather 50 Mr Englehart the artist has left with us about 150 xf his Oil Paintings for sale at same prices can be seen in our show windows The store will keep open until 9 oclock every night next week and Saturday night until 12 They CRUTCHER School District Jfo 34 Editor Roundabout Sometime since we called at- Â¬ r tention to the ignorance of our trustees in regard to the school laws and I am sorry to say the chairman of the board of trustees in our district is also wanting in the knowledge to fill out a blank form to levy a tax for school purposes You should see the notices to I took one of appreciate them them down and carried it as a curiosity to tue office of Public Instruction and had a copy of it They are worthless as far made as serving the purpose for which They were they were intended posted the first of the month and our school nearly out too and call for a poll tax of sixty cents on each male 21 years old in this district and a levy of sixty cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in district Now as to the poll tax the chairmans object is to collect this for incidental expenses which can only be collected of the patrons of the schools As to the tax on property the limit of the law is only twenty five cents on each one hundred dollars worth of property in any one Â¬ Â¬ STARKS MAR Â¬ on him herein he shall be fined fifty dollars therefor IiOUISVIIilE TOBACCO KET Dandruff Kills T-A-K- TIKE if year The chairman was kind enough to say in his notice that he gave us five months to pay it in which is a month longer than the law al- Â¬ fc lows I have been looking over the last report of our State Superin tendant and I find it is not in our district only but in nearly all the districts that trustees will not do their duty and staring them in the face is Sec 91 of school law page 52 which says If any person who is1 elected or appointed trustee of a common school under the provisions of this act shall willfully fail or neglect after having accepted said office to perform the duties imposed u Any interested party may go before the grand jury and it is a duty required by law of the vari- Â¬ ous county superintendents to re- Â¬ port neglect of trustees to the grand jury The law requires each district to have a treasurer to collect all taxes for school purposes Why was a treasurer not appointed at the first of the school year and a levy made sufficient to raise money enough to have a fence built around our school house and to buy coal enough to do during the school and to build a coal house and not throw the coal in one corner of school house where the dirt from which keeps the children with a burnt cork appearance And by the way the county had to pay nearly all the expenses to build the school house as the trus- Â¬ tees would not levy and collect a tax to pay for same but went before the County Court and by some hook or crook got an appropriation as though the district was a pauper one and some in the boundary at the time worth twenty or thirty thousand dollars But so it goes We are always ready to rob the county or State which reminds us of the lumber which was left over from building our school house some four or five hundred feet of first class pine flooring One of the trustees hauled it home and utored it in his barn and while he was away from home a a few days after trustee No 2 went with his team and hauled it all away and to make it secure from possibly trustee No 3 he nailed it down by repairing his old floors with it Â¬ Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER tt DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE just closed amount to Line to hhds with REMOVES CANreceipts for the same period of 1139 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 151260 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 146711 hhds The sales on our market this week embraced 716 hhds of new burley And all Points NORTH and WEST tobacco and there was a decided im Â¬ provement in the quality of the offerings over previous weeks with f Vestibued Trains an increased demand for the medium good and fine grades A great many GLEANS THE Dining Car Services hhds were sold during the week at Palace Chair Cars prices ranging from 39 to 12 with SCAIP AND EN frequent sales at prices ranging from Pullman Buffet Sleepers 12 to 14 and several hhds sold from LIVENS THE 15 to 17 the latter price being the highest yet realized for the new crop For Sale by All And Only First Classs Accommodations The market was stronger throughout For Further Information Address the week for the better grades of old Druggists burley and decidedly stronger for feb 10 ly S L Bryan C P A TRADE MAIiK common grades with nigh color WSMD A Â¬ The following quotations fairly rep resent our market for burley to- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or damaged OR TABLERS i 2 00 3 00 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 005 4 00 Jas Barker G P A Chicago III BUCKEYE Medium to good colory 4 00 6 00 trash 4 50 Common lugs not colory 3 50 4- 50 6 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory BIG FOUR CURES NOTHING BUT PILES J 6 00 7 50 lugs 9 00 Common to medium leaf 7 00 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE 9 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf known for IB vears an thn 14 00 18 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 25 00 BEST REMEDY for PILES Selector wrappery TO AND FROM 1994 Sales on our market for the week the Hair mt jPsuinniminLi MONON ROUU The Direct and Popular XI O- CHICAGO J u Ji CO - OINTMENT ROUTE BEST LINE CHICAGO I J W Fairbanks PrepiMdbrBICHASDSOHMED StiliD BY AII DRUGGISTS 8 LOUIS The chairman-to-b- e next year will conduct the affairs of the dis trict in a more businesslike man ner we think Patron Be sure to get one of Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of your Dr Hales House old Tea and it is the first medicine I have found that has done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For the last 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move oftener than once a week After taking one package I am much better and now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular Fordyspepsia constipation altHver trouDies etc ainnaney 256 and 50c it nas no Only a package I Carpenters drug store a m May 12 ly JOOT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Curs Elegant Coaches Dlnlmc Sleeping Curs and latest Improved partment Buffet Sleeping Cars partment Buffet Parlor Cars Wagner Private Com Â¬ magnlHcleiitly furnished with toilet accessories In tich com Â¬ ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Katl ches Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Curs WHITES CREM VERMIFUGE FUR TEARS 20 Mm larl all IVOBH BOTTLE RICHIBDSO I BOSTON cinnati brough Sleeping Car line rom Cin Â¬ Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled ESlBf 4th Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Klegunt Coaches ami DlnlngCars landing passengers In New York City ut 42d Street Depot Positively DuhuIIm tOCIS EVERY BUAR AHTEED NEW YOEK OU BY aXIi DaHJOaUTO Frpsrd bj BDfCIKB CO BT linage all gone ntchings glass Salts and Peppers each at Buckleys I ltormr NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure your tickets read via BIO FOUR Â¬ E O MCCORMICK P B MARTIN Pass Truffle Manager Oenl Pass Tlcitet Aat CINCINNATI 1 hu Kjftfc J1p0 W Job work neatly exe cuted at this office tifeKfo iS w J J M s r