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The FRAffiPORT Roundabout GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 17 VOL XVIII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 29 1894 Queen Crescent Itoute The Queen Crescent Route always meets the public require- Â¬ ments For holidays this year they are the first to announce low C points and rates to all Q to certain territory on connect- Â¬ ing lines Ask agents for par- Â¬ ticulars Holiday rates on the Q C this year are made at a fare and a third the round trip Tickets on sale Dec 22d to 25th and Dec 20th to January 1st inclusive Good until January 3d for re- Â¬ turn Chas W Zell D cinnati O P I raisKrcasKrcasKrec Mnjrn4irMirriifrrttifrMtfAr4rfvi MIST1S Is Over Old Accept None of the Pretended Substitutes Royal w FOR Baking Powder A Cin- Â¬ Santa Claus Done I inferior and cheaper made baking preparations are BECAUSEwholesale a price so much lower than Royal at some grocers are urging consumers to buy them in place of the Roval at the same retail price If you desire to try any of the pretended substitutes for Royal Baking Powder bear in mind that they are all made from cheaper and inferior ingredients and are not so great in leavening strength nor of equal money value Pay the price of the Royal Baking Powder for the Royal only It is still more important however that Royal Baking Powder is purer and more wholesome and makes better finer and more healthful food than any other baking powder or preparation Todds Fruit and Candy Prices Look at these prices at J Todds store near the bridge R I Good Oranges 15 cents dozen Best Apples per peck 35 cts Mixed Nuts per pound 12 cts Malaga Grapes per pound 20 cts Home mixed Candy 3 pounds for 25 cts French Candy per pound 12 cts My store is headquarters for Christmas fruits and candy I make my own candies and know they are pure Goods delivered to all parts of the city free J R Todd Â¬ His Work Well NOW i ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO BSSt5gPS 108 WALL ST NEW YOBK For Sale We have two fine second hand I WILL DO MINE 4 A Toucli ojhv inter The first real Winter weather we have had this year set in Wednesday morningVwhen snow began to fall and continued until late at night covering the ground to a The 3 depth of eleven inches N passenger tram L oclock Â¬ W F Brawner G W Conway Coley Crockett Ernest Crutcher O M Furr W H Gordon H H Glore T B Hutchison F C Johnson W C Marshall Mervin Parrent J VV Shaw C B Taylor VV H Van Winkle R R Woodson M G Olson Will from Lexington stalled in front of the Capitol square on Broadway Wednesday afternoon and the which Louisville accommodation leaves here at 550 in the morning did not get out of town Thursday morning until nearly 7 oclock and the other trains were from a half to two hours late but by noon Thursday the tracks were cleared and everything going and The sleighs coming on time commenced running Wednesday night the jingle of the bells sounding merrily on the frosty air and everything out of doors now presents quite a wintry appearance The temperature drop ped down during Thursday night and yesterday morning the ther mometer registered 40 above zero Â¬ Tet the Matter J C Bryant late captain of one of the military companies in Lex- Â¬ ington has through his attorneys Judge W H Holt and Carroll Hagan fi ed suit in the Circuit Court asking for a mandamus to compel Governor Brown to ap prove the pay account of his com pany while in a camp of instruc Â¬ tion in Bdlepoint just below this city in 1891 The militia were ordered into camp by Gov Buckner and the camp fixed near this city that they might be here to participate in the ceremonies incident to the inauguration of Gov Brown The suit is to test the legal point involved and affects the vouchers for the entire amounting to second regiment Â¬ Â¬ light carriages for sale both in first class order one made by Cold weather has made its appearChanges 011 the Midland Seller Carriage Co cost ance and you certainly need 350 A new time card takes effect on The other made by Columbus BLANKETS COMFORTS We will the Midland to morrow and an Buggy Co cost S300 FLANNEL Underwear Call and see SHIRTS SHAWLS Cloaks train will be put on be- take S75 for each additional and CAPES All kinds of tween this city and Georgetown them Mastin Bros will GOODS WOOLEN No changes will be made in the Dec 22 2t be sold at reduced prices time of trains Nos 1 2 and 4 but Misses spring heel shoes from No 3 which now leaves at 4 the lightest weights to the heaviest oclock will leave at 230 p m gradesjat making connection at GeorgeMeagher Marshalls town for Cincinnati No 6 will ar 6 tf rive at 715 a m bringing pas Holiday Hates No sengers from Georgetown December 22d to 25th and De- making cember 28th to January 1st the Ho 214 St Clair St next door to 5 will leave at 830 a m connection at Georgetown for Midland will sell tickets at out R K McClure Lexington and other points South and one third fare for the round Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PBBTSTEIN 1 G No 8 will arrive at 2 p in and trip No 7 leaves at 415 p m taking For Sule The Sunday care of local travel Good second hand phaeton in train will arrive at 140 instead of Call and see it v good repair 130 as heretofore IIursey 1 1 H MATTERS THE Black Ulood Will Tell According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim Bridge ples sallow complexion and various all gone erruptions of the skin If in good order it shows in the clear complexDr Prices Cream Baking Powder ion the glow of health the good Worlds Fair Highest Award The latter condition you spirits can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Be sure to get one of the Old Etchings before they are Pbotopiher 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K 1 A number of mer- - sore c chants of this city are interested The new military company or in the result of the suit as they Be Careful And Shoot Xo Quail ganized here was mustered into bills for supplies fur The game law prohibiting the the State service Saturday even- have unpiid nished the troops while in camp killing of quail and pheasants H Gaither The ing by Col E company numbers forty men rank during certain months of the year A Large Class and file and adopted the name of goes into effect on Monday and administered hunters should be careful not to Judge llerndon It will be McCreary Guards as company B and upon the cases of twenty seven kill either of these birds as there designated assigned to the second b ittalion delinquents in the police court is a fine of from five to twentv of the second regiment Follow Wednesday morning as the result five dollars prescribed for each ofof the great flow of eggnog and fense and the Fish and Game ing is the complete roster Noel Gaines Captain L S other drinkables the day before Club of this county propose to Graham First Lieutenant A T being mostly p d and d and d see that it is enforced You can Kirtley Second Lieutenant G cases not hunt kill or have either of W T Brown W P Arnold these birds in your posession any A True Friend Crutcher W K Choate Jesse more until next fall unless you about 4000 Â¬ Â¬ McCreary Guards Useful Presents Make your whole family happy by a present of a Carriage Surry or Buggy f Â¬ 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 H B Case H H Farm er F L Gordon F L Grinstead H T Graham Estin Heiatt Aleck Johnson Julian Kersey Howard Lee Miller J B Pence S S Payne B D Tracy C T rThompson Win C Woods C S Whitehead R A Brawner Choate t They A friend in need is a friend in Â¬ Every family should be pre deed pared to treat scalds burns bruises wounds cuts ko by keeping a box of Dr Hales Household Oinment handy No other remedy gives suoh quick relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ ing effect For irritated eyelids sore nostrils chapped lips and hands rough skin boils felons sores etc nothing equalsit Price 25c and 50c at P HT Carpenters drug store c Â¬ want to pay a fine For rheumatism I have found noth Â¬ ing equal to Chamberlains Pain Balm It relieves the pain as soon as applied J W Young West Liberty W Va The prompt relief it affords is alone worth many times the cost 50 cents Its continued use will effect a perma Â¬ nent cure For sale by Phil Car Â¬ penter South Side Druggist Dec 8 6m ft Bud k ta Mi v i Uj lfrS - ji j MmtmuktmmA w I If y i mmt SU ea run ta rjj nsi kq fSH A DECIDED CUT mf fCLOT H 1 3STG- tU nn isa na 12 til rn 1354 ca en I3U en ca 13 rsn RJ1 IXiJ We are offering the greatest bargains in Clothing ever known in this city Every mans Suit and Overcoat every boys Suit and Overcoat every pair pants II have been marked down to prices that will make them go If you are in need of j RBI ii ho sa lot na id a a a a lp Da rsa ia Grt C9 BE liii nsi be RSf ua CO ra ua Ff i a 11 12 Or if you will be in need of it thi winter come to us and buy now If you will look at our goods we will give you prices that will satisfy you that we are offering 11 L3a en LIU ca aa na LIU tau Ba na 12a THE GREATEST BARGAINS HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSONAL Â¬ en en ca en ea en BB en I2E I2U BE LIU en ca en da ea en L3U en ca en II en ca en ca en ca en ca en ca en gg In Clothing ever known in Frankfort The reason for this big cut is that we II have too many goods I he same big cut in prices has also been made in our ca en tailoring department ca en ca en ca ca inrTrrrinrrirJrnrrririrrrrr7irTrTrnrnrtrrnrirnenerirC7rrnirieneaenrn enenenenenenenenenreneiesirarirrirniinriirriri irririirisiirrcirririirrii cucacacucacacacacucucacucacacacacucucacacacacacaccacacacucaca cacucyc2Bac2cacacacacacucac2cacacuca Miss Sarah Harper of Cincinnati is visiting her son Mr George B Harper in this city Dr Waller 0 Green of Louisville spent several days with his parents in this city this week Mr Lucien Waggener of Prince- Â¬ ton College New Jersey is visiting his father in this city Mr S French Hoge and wife of Romeoville Illinois are visiting his parents in this county Mr Thomas B Macklin who has been in Savanah Georgia for some time is at home again Mr Nick Weitzel is at home from Perdue University LaFayette In- Â¬ diana for the holidays Mrs Cornelia Bush of Louisville is visiting her daughter Mrs George Berry on Shelby street Mr John Morris of Louisville is visiting his sister 3Irs Charles W Saifell on Second street Mr P B Winn and daughter of Winchester are visiting Capt Dan dridge and wife at the Capital Hotel Is the best and cheapest known Mr W J Chinn returned Saturday from a sojourn of two months in N says Colorado much improved in health Read of one sack Dr W P Banta of Louisville came 1 up Monday and spent Christmas with the veryhave been using the Gluten Feed wtth most excellent result It seems to be thing that dairyman needs for improving the milk and his his parents Mr John M Banta and good condition My cow has increased wonderfully in the yield ofkeepingsince cows in milk I began CASSELL Orutoher en ca en ca en ca en ca EU Mr Ed 0 Leigh is visiting relatives in Paducah Mr Tom Green of Louisville spent Tuesday in this city Miss Maggie Dudley has returned from a visit to Covington Miss Mary Ely has returned from a visit to friends in Illinois Mr J G Schweerp spent Christmas with his family in this city Mr V L Clark and wife are visiting relatives in Winchester Mr Alex Innes of Bowling Green spent Christmas in this city Colonel and Mrs E Polk Johnston of Louisville are in the city Miss Lizzie Hill of Lexington is the guest of Miss Rose Crittenden Mr C Dwyer of Memphis Tenn is visiting Master Wm Buckley Miss Cornelia Gordon of Chicago is Jvisitihg Mrs Geo F Berry Mr Sherley Wintersmith went to Louisville Monday to visit relatives Mrs George A Lewis is visiting her cousin Mrs Maggie G Clark in Lex- PMKIA GLUTEN FEED what Mr Jno fair trial after a Â¬ wife Uiing this feed She has gained two gallons and is now giving 5 gallous a day Rev Ed H and Mr John Bull came home Saturday from Chicago IlliBellepoint Dec 19 1S94 nois and spent Christmas with their A Call upon Mr G C Shaw or Messrs Crutcher parents Moore and get a small lot to try and you will always use it Misses Lillie Powell and Addie Ed stine of Glendale Ohio are the guests of Miss Sheffer Stephens on Cross street Dec JGUin Mr Thomas H Bradley and wife JNO N ORUTOHER E L Stanton Mgr of State Agency Advertised Letters at Frankfort Â¬ ington Miss Mary Watts Brown has returned from a visit to friends in Cov- Â¬ ington Mrs Mary Brown Day is visiting her sister Mrs J T Gaines at Cres- Â¬ cent Hill Mr E Wc Hines went to Bowling Green Saturday morning to spend Christmas Prof J D Coleman left Saturday fco spend the holidays with relatives at Hartford Mrs A F RespeBS left Monday to spend the holidays with her mother Â¬ I I iii Maysville Miss Mary Brent leaves to day for Paris where she will make her future home Mr W L Cannon wife and chil Uren of Midway visited relatives here this week Hon W C Owens of Georgetown Congressman elect was in the city Wednesday Miss Kate Strauss of Louisville visited MiBses Carrie and Amelia Weitzel this week The German Wednesday evening given iy the Mieses Pepper was a very pretty affair Â¬ of Georgetown spent several days with Mrs Lou F Woods on High Mr W H Jeffries left yesterday for street this week a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr Woodson Woods who has been Mr W H Newhall wife and visiting his mother in this city left children went to Louisville yesterday Wednesday afternoon for his home in to visit relatives Mr Walter G Chapman left Satur- Â¬ Mrs J B Vernon of Louisville is day morning to spend Christmas St Louis Missouri Mr George W Lewis of Louisville visiting her sister Mrs W H Jeffries with relatives in Lebanon and on Logan street Mrs Fannie Trabue and daughter spent Christmas with his brother Mr W A and Miss Margaret Mr Charles Denson of Louisville of Louisville spent Tuesday with sister Lewis in Bellepoint is visiting his sister Mrs W H Mrs Murphy in this city Messrs Silas and Samuel Mason Jeffries on Logan street Mr Frank W Keyes of Ashland of this county are at home from Miss Maude Ponder of this city spent Tuesday and Wednesday in school at Charlottesville Virginia left Wednesday for a visit of several this city visiting relatives to spend the holidays Mrs Bernedetta Thomasson of Mr Pen Morris who came up Sat- Â¬ weeks to friends in LaGrange Misses Evelyn and JesBie Walbeck Georgetown is visiting Miss Pattie urday to spend Christmas with rela- of Louisville are visiting MrB Jas Graham on the South Side tives here returned to Louisville A Murray at Glen Willis near this Misses Pearl Watts and Mary Pax Wednesday afternoon city ton of Waddy Shelby county are Mr W F Grayot and bride return- Â¬ Mrs L B Longmoor Miss Tiny visiting friends in this city ed Saturday from their bridal trip Addaras and Messrs Gabe Addams Messrs H P Robert and Claiborn and have taken rooms with Mrs Van and Wood Longmoor spent Christ Â¬ Mason came home from Romeoville Derveer on Shelby street mas with relatives in Cynthiana Illinois to spend Christmas Dr William Cheatham and wife of Miss Pattie Graham gave a social Mr Lon Butler who is attending Louisville spent Christmas in this medical college in Louisville is city the guests of Mr James Rod- Â¬ at her home corner of Logan and Campbell streets Wednesday evenspending the week in this city man and wife on Wilkinson street ing in honor of her guest Miss Master Louis Weisenburg who has Mr Robert A Mason leaves the Det Thomasson of Georgetown been attending school at Dayton first of the week for Hampton Vir Some thirty young people were Ohio is at home for the holidays ginia where he will be united in present Mr Jas R Banta who is attending marriage to Miss Lucy Tabb on law school in Louisville spent Christ Â¬ Thursday of next week To Cincinnati mas with his parents in this city Messrs Len Hughes John South Messrs John S and Frank Cannon and Nevil Garrett who are attend Â¬ Feb Jan spent Christmas in Lexington with ing medical college in Louisville April and i8 ioth their cousin Mrs H A Guthrie came up Monday and spent Christ Â¬ the Midland will sell tickets to Mr C W Dorsey and wife of La mas with relatives here Cincinnati and return at half fare Grange spent Christmas in this city Misses Alice and Maggie Lally of to persons holding an admission with Mr and Mrs P H Carpenter Maysville who has been attending ticket jto the Cincinnati Orchestra Mies Florence Salender is at home school at White Sulphur are spend Â¬ or Apolo Club concert on the from school at White Sulphur spend ing the holidays in this eity the above dates Tickets good for ing the holidays with her parents guests of the Misses Salender three days Â¬ Â¬ 17-18-Â¬ Kentucky Below will be found a list of adver- Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Dec 29 1894 Brown Mrs Lizzie Hockly Rodie Dade Mr Royal Juniper Alice Goodman W E Jones Mrs 0 Howe Mrs Jordan Mrs Har- Angelan vey Thncu Miss Mat Hickenbotloen Mr B tie Hicks Miss Ger- - Randolph Mrs Hall Marion Reed Harrison Hedger Miss Rosa When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M advertised trude Martha A Herald of the Infant Year Clip the lust thirty years or more from the century unci the segment 111 represent the term of the unbound sA popularity of Hostetter Stomach Bitters The opening of the year 16C0 will be Hlgnallzed by the appearance of 11 fresh Almanac of the Bitters In which the uses derivation unci the uctlon of this world famous medicine will be lucidly set forth Everybody should read It The calender unci astronomical calculation to be found In this brochure are al ways astonishingly accurate and the statistics Illuei rations humor and other reading mutter The llos rich In Interest and full of profit tetter Company of Pittsburg Pit publish It themselves They employ more than sixty hunds In the mechanical work unci more than eleven months In the year ure consumed In Its prepara It cup be obtained without cost of all tion druggists and country dealers unci Is printed In English ierinun French Welsh Norwegian Bwedlsb Holland Bohemian and Spunlsh Â¬ - m m Times are hard and shoes are cheap at 6 tf Meagher Marshall and For trunks umbrellas valises cheapp call on Meagher - 0t Marshall itip- - 4S H IMi Mi iiifriififfi 1 fcv VSA- - KifilfcVtoiktfl E 0 Zehagen Graduate Optician Of Lexincton will bo with usZZI A II -- jSA 4 Watch Man M - sVS fe i FOUR DAYS EACH WEEK In This is his third year with us From January 7th to 31st inclusive that time he has fitted many nnd everybody satisfactorily Those desirous of availing themselves of his service will kindly make inquries I i Thiit will toll the time with unfailing accuracy A watch that will env we are selling for J O0 r V i - m He Examines the Eyes With Oculist pins Bracelets we are selling etcat too able you to keep your new year record correctly Watch for our 1895 bargains We wish you good times in 1805 and there v is no better way to commence than by purcbas hJj ing some of our glittering gems Rings Breast prices trimmed to suit any pocket What Silverware Sterling in quality but astounding in its little price iS i jf Test case c Free of Charge Buy while it is bargain time i lens s Ground to Suit the Vision PAWN TICKET 210 M Frames Accurately Made to fit the Face 233 THE LEADING JEWELER - St- - Olair St IFrarilsfcrt 1 Â¬ M SeLBGRW y DEALERS IN At the Opera House Next TIiiith lay Xight Jan 3d piece Bouquet after bouquet after piece of choice flowers and cheer upon cheer which fairly shook the house greeted Miss Amy Lee Frank Doane and P Aug Anderson three as popular favorites as ever appeared at the Empire Theatre The audience was large in fact standing room was at a premium and many of those in the house were old admirers of these clever persons whose efforts to entertain have proved highly successful in the past A more charming or more vivacious little soubrette than Amy Lee could not have been found to Her play the role of Mag sweet musical voice which she uses to great advantage in the Â¬ Tyler have an assistant She is a first Providence 715 p m and Boston class teacher and the Board have 830 p m The F F V is the only modern irain lighted throughdone well in securing her services out with Electricity carrying a Masonic Election Dining Car and an Observation Car At the meeting of Hiram Lodge The Washington and Atlantic No 4 A Y M held on Thurs- Â¬ Express also an Electric Lighted day evening the following officers Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ were elected for the ensuing nati at 700 p m reaching Washington 240 p m and Old Point year Comfort 600 p m Connection Gus Schaefer Master is made at Washington with the Paul Sawyier Senior Warden Boston Express or the Limited reaching New York bout 900 Jas Smith Junior Warden p m At Norfolk connection is Wm T Reading Treasurer made wiji the Old Dominion Ben T Farmer Secretary Steamships Line reaching New Will B Morris Senior Deacon York 300 p m the next day Jas K Howard Junior Deacon Come and look through our J E Kershaw Steward and entire line cost nothing see lots Â¬ Black Bl Hursey FINE HflFIHESS and SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mar 10 3m 232 -T3ST -A- STREET a Meaghek Marshall Tiie Modern Mother Old Bridge Sjfoon at LeCompte Has found that her little ones are Gayle Coost 250 improved more by the pleasant The onliest place to find chil laxative Syrup of Figs when in drens shoes in all styles at lowest need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other prices Meagher Marshall and that it is mo e acceptable to 6 tf Children enjoy it and it them Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder benefits them The true remedy A Pure drape Cream ot Tartar Powder Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only Â¬ singing of a numberof catchy sorigs her magnetic stage presence which seems to cast a ray of sunshine and joy to the more sombre portions of the play and her general attractiveness all go to make reception tendered her last night Frank Doane is a clever comme i Tlx JB 44 4l3 5 Â¬ Â¬ Miss Lee a prime favorite and she fully deserves the enthusiastic Mens boys and youths winter boots low down at WEAK WOMEN and all mothers who are nursing babies derive great benefit from Scotts Emulsion This preparaIt tion serves two purposes gives vital strength to mothers and also enriches their milk and thus makes their babies thrive Â¬ Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Calico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort 24 Yards Wide Sheeting cents io 5 5 75 I2 Meagher V dian with a splendid voice his rendering of several songs with Miss Lee being very enjoyable and Mr P Aug Anderson was excently cast in the role of Uncle Harris the pawnbroker a char Â¬ acter in which he achieved suc Â¬ cess with Lotta Both these players were accorded a fare share of plaudits In the cast were al Â¬ so Messrs J 1 Sherry Lionel Bland F A Connor Misses Sara Lascelles Nellie Dunbar Mrs Rose Watkins and others each of whom gave the co stars excellent support in their various roles Pawn Ticket 210 is too familiar to theatre goers to require re hearsing at this late period It is an old favorite with much new dialogue and taking songs introduced Philadelphia Â¬ up-to-date 6 tf Marshalls F V LIMITED THE NEW the F This is the lowest price ever maift on these A large stock of Dry Goods cheaper than ever known goods Inquirer October 30th 1894 Another Teuclier Elected Miss Margaret A Lewis having declined to accept the position to which she was elected last week in the City School the Board of Education on Monday evening elected Miss Maggie J Daniel to fill the vacancy Miss Daniel stood the best examination of any of the graduates of the High School last June a year then took a course in higher education at a select private school in Louisville and is now teacher of the public school at Switzer which she built up until the number of pupils in attendance became so large that she was compelled to Commencing Sunday May 13th F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ 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 unproved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially laced on the ObservaBuilt by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation 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 follows that the ChesaDeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery interesting enough to demand an Observation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which are reached by the F F V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p m New London 530 p m 1 Septus J Oct 6 3 ni L RODMAN SON CO V mulsion Is a constructive food JACOB SWIGERT pro- Â¬ motes the making of healthy tissue and bone It is a wonder- Â¬ ful remedy for Emaciation Ceneral Debility Throat and Lung Complaints Coughs Colds Anaemia Scrofula and Wasting Diseases of Children Sittdfor Pamfkltt en Scottt EinuUion Frit Scott that i Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hntel will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a short time BowneNY All Druggists 60c and 1 Â¬ FOR RENT FARM Cromwell on Versailles acres and Is 8They Â¬ The farm contains bO and suited for dairy purposes Possession glvtn on November 18J4 Kor terms apply to 1st well turnpike LATKLY OCCUPIED BY A W oiie lmlf mile eiist ot Frankfort sit In grass Â¬ Aug 11 tf WM CROMWELL GROCERIES Why goods at lower prices mmmmmmmmmj pay old prices for old goods when you can get new -- Â¬ OLD JUDGE I S i 1 WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Oats Oatmeal Rice Hominy and Beans all new goods New York Cream Pine Apple and Edam Cheese California and French Prunes French Peas Beans and Largest stock of Olives Olive Mushrooms Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city 7 10 4 VI Â¬ THE BEST WHISKY INFRNAK- fort for t i FAMILY OAMEDIGAL USE 1 Corn per Can 19 Pounds of Granulated Sugar Try it and be convinced For sale by 2 packages Coffee 45 cents Oood Salmon per Can U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hurdle J E M Flour per Barrel 325 Tomatoes per Can W W Cherry and M T Mitchell 8J cents cents cents EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION THERE WILL Company 1894 held at the Capital Hotel January 17 for the purpose of electing a board of live directors for the ensuing eur Dec 15 4 JA9 11ULETT President BE A MEETING OK THE of the Benson Turnpike Roud JAS HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER oct 27 2M iAirtViikikttfV- l - - M tLr a rtarttvx i 4ifc g fefe Wi -- iU WHTCH ES US WMTCH ESSWMTCH ES s 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 be 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 W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler creditable one the music made by the orchestra beini esDeciailv Entered at the post office at Frankfort Kentucky good while the singing and as seconu cins8 manauie iimuri dancing was equal to any sem or GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub heard on the stage of the Opera House in this city The proFRANKFORT DECEMBER 29 1894 gramme was very lengthy the performance lasting several honrs CHRISTMAS 227 St Clair St CONFECTIONER LAWYERS i EANKF0RT ROUNDABOUT DR W I KElLEY Business and Professional Directory JOHN R TODD Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream and Soda Water in season Clgurs and Tobacco Near new bridge OF CINCINNATI O will he at the Â¬ PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY IVAT CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ i - I Wns Celebrated in this City in the Usual Way lletwccn the Bridges Mr A Jackson Hulette the model Pedigogue has closed his school and on last Friday even- ing a splendid exhibition was giv- en to the patrons and others There were recitations music c all of which was very fine I Saturday January 6 1895 Saturday January 19 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Plies cured without surgicn operation uiid ultu little or no puln chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans The boys had a merry time firing cannon crackers roman can- Â¬ dles and other fireworks com- Â¬ mencing Monday morning and keeping it up until Tuesday night Various kinds of entertainments were gotten up for the children of the various Sunday schools most of the Frankfort people sojourn- Â¬ ing away from here returned to spend the day with relatives and there was many a happy family The em- Â¬ reunion in the city ployes of the Capital office made Editor George Willis General Manager S C Sayres and As- Â¬ sistant Manager John Stewart of happy with that establishment handsome and useful presents Mr Samuel C Bull was presented with fifty dollars in gold by the congregation of the First Presby- Â¬ terian Church and the boys of the Roundabout office and bindery laid on the desk of the old man a dozen each of handsome silver table knives and forks They know how much we appreciate their kindly remembrance as an evidence of their friendship and told being without esteem and we only mention this that the outside world may know what a splendid lot of fellows compose the corps of galley slaves ink fin Â¬ gers and heet dingers of this es everyone a good tablishment citizen as well as good looking and no man has h better or m re faithful lot of employes Â¬ WJ CHNNR NEWSDEALER tl j W McKee J A acott KEEEltENCES Hardle Franktort Ky Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky -- J The wood chopping at PIrs Stiggers last Wednesday was a delightful affair Many fine jokes were exchanged Mr George Moore who is known as a model joker related how once upon a time he captured a fox tail squir- Â¬ rel which was enjoyed immensely Â¬ DAYS Pamphlets describing thes diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnutl ami where he may be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ Jas Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky T staten Frankfort Ky V Berberich Frankfort Ky Rev L P Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky V J Hughes Frankfort Ky Davia Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfort Ky GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fnncy Goods Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House DRUGS Office second V V at Frankfort Ky W H AVERILL Druggist Main Street opp City Hall PAINTERS general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions compounded at all hours A FREE W B BRTDGEFORD NO W RWILLIAMS C0y The Painter Druggists A Mr Geo L Mitchell started to the mill the other day and on his A way home his meal sack tore half IS THE STOCK in two and he took a half sack in each hand and went on his way Peoples Homestead home rejoicing greatly Mr O B Sudduth made great preparations to entertain Santa Claus this week The old coon has the cheek to expect Santa to bring him a pretty young wife Well now wouldnt he look nice with a wife Mr Sylvester Hulettehas about completed his new mansion on the St John pike Safe Investment OF THE 10 St Clair Street 314 Main Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all band hours A line line of Fancy Toilet Articles 1 Savisg Assn CLASS OFSTO K IN THE PEOPLES Homestead and Stvlng Association Hill be opened January 1st mis Is the only Building and Loan As oc atlon which has paid oft three classes of stock six months In advance of the udvertlsed time for It t mature Do not care to sell more than v50 chares of stock and it you wish MMibsNbe now Is the time IaCOB aWIGERT Secretary Dec 22 2t The Barler Hewing OIL STOVE KlfeJ FARM M RENT Â¬ FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE the city limits of Misses Lulie and Minnie Moore THE pike containing 203 Frankfort on the Veracres Is for rent from sailles entertained a number of their March 1st 1895 to March 1st 1896 The place Is well farming stock raising young friends at luncheon on and adapted to generaland has advantages for tobacco growing Christmas day They sang sever- dairy and marketing her For particulars apply to residence on Ann street the undersigned at al duets and the party dispersed ortoFrankChlnu attorney 12 tf Mhs SlAiiy J Duulev feeling very joyous Old Dan Â¬ was there Messrs Whitman Lea have BLUE moved their la win ill to St Johns where they expect to run it Sue UfCllBrili the balance of the winter cess to you Jim iflSS HIES z9ktuL wl LlAWN n J USfOSIIi ok The Benson depot and Bryants Vllle turnpike IS irn completion Iflg nmnlotlMi rapidly approachcol- - ADVERTISING PAYS How a Widower Found a Wife lector to be careful and collect the toll from the man who drives the Mr Wiley Shaw who is agent cattle and not from the man comN railroad at Ducker ing behind for the L Station seven miles east of this this city being a widower and lonely concluded to advertise in the Cincinnati Enquirer for a wife and the advertisement was an- Â¬ swered by a young lady in AlaA correspondence follow- Â¬ bama ed and a month or so ago he visited her at her home and being well pleased with each other the day for the marriage was set The first of the week he again paid a visit to Alabama they were married on Wednesday and passed through this city Thursday morn in on their way to their future home at Duckers looking as happy as is possible for mortals to be Â¬ We would caution our toll it- - mental iir rn hhrubs Small vines Asparagus and everything jtv lt Mien an escaonsnineni We do not sell through agents but planter catalogue on apmication Oct e Hm full st and of fruit Fruits orna- Grape usually f und us on prices direct to the EVERY STOVE GUARANTEED PERFECT HF HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky Â¬ Messrs Geo Mitchell and Wm Sudduth seem highly offended be- Â¬ cause the boys do not invite thern to the parties following the wood Now who would choppings them old things at a party want Poor Mans Chance NIcCOY DEALERS IN E POWER nricnrnrarrnrinrnrnrTirrrirTi rwnrnirinrarnr3nrnrEirnnnnaric HOWARD I ret DONT BUY YOUR en w V Our new pike was progressing very nicely but we must not omit to note the great damage done a few days ago when Greasy Willie became entangled in his wagon while at work and in his herculean efforts to free himself he kicked about two rods of stone off the road bed Things looked kinder greasy for quite awhile Mr Richman Peyton enter- Â¬ tained quite a number of his friends last Saturday with some delightful music on his banjo at the home of Mr Wm Sudduth Lizzie Yocum Any one who has children will re- joice with L B Mulford of Plainfleld N J Hie little boy Ave years of age was sick with croup For two days Staple and Fancy Groceries Have marked their stock down to ROCK BOTTOM PRICES for Read the followCASH ONLY ing 2 1 Winter Boots rn Shoes 1 rn ret gj Christmas at the Pen The convicts confined in the penitentiary here were given holiday and a regular Christmas dinner v of good things on Tuesday and at night were allowed to give a minstrel performance in one of the large buildings at which there was Â¬ pounds J E M Flour 45 cents or 325 per burrel 25 puunds Arctic Flour 40 cents Aruuckles Lion and XXXX Coffee 2 packages 45 cents Rest Mocha and lava Coffee 3 pounds for 1 nn Extra ireeu Coffee 22 cents per pound I2U iood Ureeii Collet 20 cents per pound liranulatrd Sugar 2i pounds for 1 Ext a Grown sugar 21 pounds for 1 Brown Sugar 22 pounds for 1 LU Best New Orleans Molasses U5 cents per gallon Hlg Sandy Sorgham 16 cents per gallon Tomatoes three 9 pound cans for 25 cents Den drop Corn 12M cents per can Sterling Corn Maine packed lit cents per can Sugar Corn 3 cans for 25 cents or DO cents u m Until you look at our stock A Mans Boot for 150 i Mens First Quality Whole g 1 ran U he uu rc rn en I2U II dozen a crowded house composed of convicts and a number of ladies and gentlemen from this city The troupe was made up of prisoners and the performance was a very and nights ho tried various remedies recommended by friends and neigh Â¬ bors He says I thought sure I would lose him I had seen Chamber 11 ti j i inin s uougn Kemetiy aaverwsea anu thought I would try it as a last hope 0Ud and am happy to say that after two doses ho slept until morning I gave gBviomHAKntSSfr it to him next dav and a cure was ef-- Good Hrooms 15 cents each fected I keen this remedy in the Everything else In proportion house now and as soon as any of my children show signs of croup I give it to them and that is the last of it 25 McCoy and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist 341 St Glair St - 1 iallon can of Apples 26 cents fiilifiirnlii Peaches two Vnound cans 15 cents California Apricots two 3 pound runs 35 cents dcpi ilircil ictii uii tenia ici yuuuu iood ireen Tea 35 cents per pound Royal Raking Powder 45 cents per pound Evaporated Peaches It and 12VL cents ler pound a pounus 20 cents ia norma rrunes pounds for ior cents 25 French Primes z Lenox noun u uars for 20 cents Everyday Soap 7 bars for 25 cents Good ha sins 3 pounds for 25 cents ucst iimaiiin iu ucum uei uuuiiu nest Leaf Lard 10 cents per poundParagon Hams 12 cents per pound- stock Boot only 200 LIU ran ret BCV tOur Women and Girls Nonrippiug Snoesgn are the Shoes for mud and school 3XJieSpp IR ret WA K McCLURE SON ua no no rats LIS LIU ltj ra rn LIU Boots Shoes Hats Books Stationery Howard n rnrannrFtrrtnctriPtrnrnrnrrtrrtra UUt1UUUULlUtiUUULlUk3UKaCUi2 LIU UU ZFSSTKIIFOZEeT rn an LIU ti rptrctrEtrarniaoisnBnnEirnKnBianQ LttlfSUtfUtf UBaCUUULJULIUBSifiaUB m kn i He -- U-iiJ- - s S FRANKFORT FRANKFORT KOIJNMBOUT head of Ji 18t4 DECEMBER Evtrnrls IVom Itov 1 Fnv Mills Sermons Delivered in tills City We thought that a few of the pithy sayings of each sermon preached by Mr Mills to this community would be acceptabe therefore we offer them i i our columns FOURTEENTH SERMON Preached by Mr Mills to an audience of two thonsand men He read Deut 30 10 20 which Moses is the farewell of Moses is worthy an audience for he was at once and preminently a Lawgiver a Philosopher a Poet and more than that he was a great He had all that goes to man make up character Mr Hillis sang what Mr Mills It called My Mothers Prayer is more familiatly known as My Â¬ forth with motherly solicitation to look for He could have the crying fawn killed it with Iris rifle but just then a flood of tenderness flowed over him and instead of firing he waved his arms and scared the doe back Oh Men while into the thicket this great flood of tcnJenfess of Gods love is all about you why will ye not be rescued why will ye not be manly Why will you postpone to the last moment until the death bed holds your form and then have nothing to offer to God but the dregs of a a doe peered was ed life 2 Gods work needs you The noblest reason for loving God is not that you may be happy here or hereafter nor is it to be god only Ill refrain from sin Â¬ ning because my sin will make the world worse This should be y ur cry Jesus Christ not only calleth men to come and be saved but also to come and be saviours You the world needs your help have done nothing Your child never heard you lift your voice in You never attend divine prayer You have done nothing worship to promote Gods kingdom Gods work needs you Why will you not lend your help A woman cried from the window of a burning building to a man nasiincr hplnw Oh Hplrv Hpln W r V MV save me What would you tninK of a man who would reply Madame you are in danger I advise you to get out of that building as soon as possible if you wish to save your life but you must excuse me I do not belong to the Â¬ Trundle Bed I call Text Deut 30 19 heaven and earth to record this day against you that I have set v I IT before you life and death blessing and cursing therefore choose life that both thou and thy seed shall live Man is defined as a rational and Reasonableness animal righteousness are the same thing Righteousness is godliness I to- Â¬ day appeal to these three elements of your nature which are the same thing one with another Â¬ -- n Reasons for living a Christian life Because it is manly To be I once manly is to be godlike attempted when a boy to write a composition on manliness I wrote the title in large letters and then and I began A man is I laid the write no more could Sometime after I paper away came across the paper destroyed it and began again I wrote man is and I did not know then what a man is When a sculptor is carving a beautiful statue from marble he may be advised to shorten a line here to lengthen a curve there to cut away a portion here but with all these directions you cannot expect a perfect piece of statuary unless the artist knows just what a man is and just how to work it out of the marble To It is a very simple be a man matter To be a man is to be god like While walking with a friend a man of some prominence who was not a Christian I summoned up courage enough to ask him He why he was not a Christian stopped hesitated and replied Because lam not man honestly Oh My dear brother enough To be a lost man is to be less than a man Men are not Christians because they postpone from time to time the entering upon Christian duties Men I want to talk common sense What would you think to you of a person who owed you a debt if he should come to you and say Well I can pay you now just as well as at any time but I think that I shall put off the payment a If he should say little longer I know that my note is due to day but I do not want to pay it although I have plenty of money in my pocket I will give you another note for the same amount Would you call that manliness in Why can you business matters not be manly in your Christian Putting off matters obligations is not manly A hunter of moment had a whistle which imitated the cry of a young fawn He blew it and soon from a thicket the 1 fire department O but you say I lend my effort my influence to Christian How my brother Well I dont belong to church myself I never attend meetings but I say to my clerks Now if you feel like going to meeting or joining church I advise you to do so but if you do not want to do either it is all I dont go myself but I right want you to remember that I have used my influence with you for good Shame shame Doctor oh doctor said a dying patient pray for my pardon will you pray for my pardon Excuse me said the doctor I am a physi- Â¬ cian not a theologian I will see if I can find a minister to pray for O the poor weak man he you could not render that little help A son lay upon his dying bed His father came in and said My son I will do anything for you Wjhat can I that I possibly can do Only one thing father pray for my lost soul And the man who had never prayed or had been oiled on before for such assist- Â¬ ance turned away helpless and self condemned in that bitter bitter hour and the lost soul passed into eternity There is a great blessing in 3 I had rather suffer serving God all the torture to which man may be subjected than to be without the love of God in my heart I stepped into a meeting in Chicago once and when the privilege was extended to those present to say something for Jesus a most wretched specimen of man hood arose One would have thought him in the deepest depths I wondered what of degradation he would say It was this A few years ago when a youth I had one of the pleasantest homes a loving father and a devoted sister I spurned their love and all else that was good and embraced all that was evil At last my father said to me one day I have just two things to request of you one is that you will leave your home effort Â¬ Â¬ here never to return again the completely and for a long time Mr Moody stood by his broth Â¬ is that you will change your shed bitter tears copiously At ers grave his face beaming with name I came to Chicago changed last he composed himself and read comfort as the clods struck upon my name and plunged into the He said Life is at best a desert the coffin lid withOh that dull t i depths of degradation A few morn and deathends all cMIU WHJ1 uiiuiouHUduii auilllU ings ago I was turned out of the Ah My dear friends Moses hands outstretched toward heaven station house with these words made some mistakes but he never in the triumph of Christian hope Dont you come here again Tliey made such a mistake as to feel cried O Death where is thy sting did not want me even in the at deaths door the dying man must O Grave where is thy victory I want comfort too when I lay prison With no money for food look beyond into the blackness no desire for work I decided to of darkness my dear ones away I want one into nothingness I had no When death takes one of my standing by my side who will end it all by suicide money for purchasing poison and loved ones as he surely will some strengthen and support I want was just on my way to the river day I want a more cheerfiil pros- - to be able to say My hope is to cast myself in and thus close pect to present itself to me and built on nothing less than Jesus my miserable career When 1 i I shall have it I shall have it in blood and righteousness My reached the front of this building the hundred fold recompense of friends will you be comforted in I thought I would come in it joy on earth and the the recom this manner would only postpone for a short pense of life everlasting with loved A good old Scotch lady once time the terrible death I had de ones in the brighter sphere saw a meteoric shower Not un- Â¬ cided upon I heard what changed It takes more than bravery to derstanding the phenomenon she my determination to destroy my be a Christian General Grant decided that the world was coming self and when the opportunity was a brave man Running into the Near the close to an end I stated my case and asked of life he embraced Christianity offered house she found her boy Sandy for prayers Those prayers were He expressed a wish that he could asleep She shook him crying Some of my old com be spared another year of life to Sandy Sandy Sandy answered By this panions tell me that I am paid to show people that he could lead a time Sandy was in the middle of tell this story to you Turning to Christian life It takes nore than the floor rubbing his eyes Sandy his old companions and at the business ability to be a Christian the world is coming to an end same time drawing two letters Roach built many a staunch vessel Sandy replied Im ready Im from his pocket he continued which sailed majestically upon the ready Oh that we all could say When our broad ocean but he never built with Sandy Im ready Im ready Boys here is my pay prayers were answered I immedi- Â¬ one that could bear an immortal 4 You should lead a Christian my fatherand soul across the ocean of death to life because you must make some ately wrote home to sister and asked their forgivness eternal life All who hear me It takes more than decision noiv Here are the replies of my loving intellectual culture to be a Christ- Â¬ are now making some decision father and dear sister and they ian Aaron Burr was an intel- You must make a decision you inviteme home Roys I am paid lectual giant but he died a de cannot avoid it If you do not jrjt spised murderer and guilty of openly take your position on the jr gwng wmoirvw the pjwer of Christ to savesinners treason It takes more than liter- Â¬ side of God you are lost This Will you be saved A friend of ary ability or attainments to be a is the last time some of you will mine who was present at the Christian Byrons name was on hear this call Do not longer Robert Ingersolls every tongue funeral of He was world withstand the pleading of the told me that Ingersoll ap- renowned at thirty years of age spirit of God brother peared and stood by the side of He died at thirty six a miserable A captain and his wife were Â¬ his brothers coffin with his care- discontented despairing man his clinging to a rock not far from fully prepared manuscript which life a failure Yes my friends shore The life savers threw out When the broth- there are many instances in which a line to them It was tied about he was to read ers face was exposed just before Lips cry God be pitiful which the wife and the captain told her broke down never said God be praised reading Ingersoll He to do just what he said watched a great wave coming in and just as it seemed ready to overwhelm thfm he said to his wife Jump jump toward the shore she hesitated Jump quick she hesitated Jump she did but a moment too late The terrible undertow had caught her and dashed out her life against the rock u on which the husband He did not know it stood He Another line reached him tied it about his body and then waiting for another great swell he sprang at the right moment and was carried safely to- - the shore by the mighty wave only to find that his wife was lost by acting a moment too late Ah Men Will you will you act now while yet there is time for salvation I call heaven and earth to record this day against you that I have set before you life and death blessing and cursing therefore choose life that both thou and thy seed shall live I call on heaven on God of the loving heart on Christ of the wounded hands on dear ones on loving wife gone before Within Her Sphere She Reigns Supreme precious child and sainted mother to witness your choice of life or Woman claims her own Her field widens constantly I call upon earthly friends death Every day brightens her prospects Her progress fore Â¬ by your side on loving wife and shadows the greater triumph at hand Emancipation and dear child at home to witness your choice this clay Shall it be equality will be hers in the years to come for life or death Prophetic of final victory were her achievements at the other Â¬ imiKui 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ The Womans Era M W li Worlds Fair At her shrine there erected the nations bowed The lesson taught at the Womans Building will last till time shall be no more Their enlightening influence will be felt around the globe throughout the dawning century Only less memorable were the honors gained at the Fair by Xtrvoiis IrontiUtlon Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder The highest award conferred on this peerless preparation is a fitting accompaniment of the laurels won by the women of America Â¬ A large manufacturer whose affairs wore very much embarrassed and who was overworked and broken down with norvous oxhaustion went to a celebrated specialist He was told that the only thing needed was to be relieved of caro and worry and have u change of thought ThiB doc Â¬ tor was more considerate of his pa Â¬ tients health than of his financial circumstances Ho ought to have advised him to use Dr Miles Restor Â¬ ative Nervine the best remedy for nervous prostration sleeplessness dizziuess headache ill effects of spir Â¬ c Thou Â¬ its tobacco coffee opium sands testify to cures Books and trial bottles free at J W Gayles 6 kiMMimmMmmik Arv kijtfw V itiP j JJSTJ3 Garland OAKS TKIEI OIjTXj T OAK With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM JOHN T IIEIjIGIOUS at 6 or 7 Â¬ BUCKLEY L 8 MARSHALL CO L B MARSHALL W A GAINES oclock the whole yeir Guitar Instruction unci Piano Tuning Surely the merchants r f round Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- Frankfort are not so far behnd Henry Brady teacher of J lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit the time that they cannot do it for guitar will give lessons in Sax to morrow morning at 11 and 700 method the 2J months during the dull season tons celebrated pm Merchants of Frankfort unite and latest and most approved Pianos Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 First class push this through and I can assure tuned and repaired a m For terms you will not lose by it references furnished you that but will gain the heartfelt thanks c apply at 318 Clinton street Christian Church Rev George of your employes and the public 45 tf OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Darsie preaches at 11 on Which is Respectfully Living or better Kindness to the A Patron of And at 730 on Honor to the Dead Dry Goods Merchants UlTMTl A SIX IOOM RKSI Pilates Wash Basin J UXl Hi IN 1 dence on Clinton street The Young Peoples Society of WITH IMWet feet sore throat diphtheria A FARM OF ABOUTon50theACRES Creek turn- - Kff WILL BUY YOU A FRAME COT-pruvements lying Glens Christian Endeavor meets in the lectage of 3 rooms on Second street ty being a part of pike three miles fr m South Side ture room at 645 Topic Looking and doctors bills Wear our shoes the old Woodson arm the c For terms address 117 E OFFER FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES VT HUGHR AYERS of line tobacco land near Forks of Elk Backward Psalm 145 1 21 Leader and be swed 502 Cross St Frankfort Ky Eec 3 4 horn 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the Meaghek Marshalls remlilng 123 acres in grata For terms call at Miss Mima Humphries FARM FOR SALE our onice or on R C Church agent on the 6 tf Sunday school meets at 930 premises Real Estate and Insurance Ags Ifn For Sale THE IMPROVED robacco Laud Â¬ Â¬ 1 Catholic Church Rev Father W E Qorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass Vespers at 3 p m 10 am Episcopal Church Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual sas For sale by THOS A JOYCE 480 Broadway opposite L A N depoc Also needles oil etc for all sewing machines a share of your patron Â¬ age solicited Dei- 2i 6in - OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF acres situated nn the Georgetown turn- Â¬ pike 8 miles from Frankfort This in very pro- Â¬ 9LCKClC WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup- Â¬ qj v v 5 rooms on East Ma in street plied with water and Is especially adapted to stock raising The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and ull sur- Â¬ roundings attractive WILL BUY ABRICK RESIDENCE of 7 rooms ou Holmes street with lot 67 by 150 feet WE J 260 ACRE FARM ftl Rnn q2tvsJ rUXi B Pi- The regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and in the evening OKTE at 730 conducted by Rev J Mc D D the pastor Clusky Blayney Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs h taken it is pleasant and acts Methodist Church Rev F S and refreshing to the taste Kidneys -entlyyet promptly on the Polletc the pastor will occupy his Liver and Bcwels cleanses the sys pulpit to morrow morning at 11 tem effectually dispels colds head oclock and in the evening at 730 dies and fevers and cures habitual Sunday school meets at 930 a m ortilation Synip of Figs is the Epworth League convenes at 7 p only remedy of its kind ever pro xa in the class room Ujccd pleasing to the taste and ac cjtnMe to the stomach prompt in Presbyterian Church its action and truly beneficial in its Southern Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will cfllcts prepared only from the most occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ lieal thy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m to all and have made it the most Sunday school at 930 Â¬ First Presbyterian Church ENJOYS T V TAT ioAliEi u double FINE LND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is on East Mam str et at a bargain offered for sale This farm Is well adapted to r stock raisin or will rale line tobacco as well as A MEETING all other crops suited for this climate Will sell OF THE WILL BE Stockholders or the Deposit Bunk of Frank Â¬ on easy paymants fort at Us banking house In Frankfort on Mon- Â¬ day January 7th 1895 between the- hours or 10 oclock a m and lJoclock m for the election of eight directors to serve for the ensuing year RADI1CM PAQU OF seven H U WATSON Cashier Dec 29 2t UnnULtl rMnm new frame rooms and nil other necessary COTTAGE OK FOUR ROOMS AT locatd on good turnpike road IjIRAME Hill This property will be soul cheap Frankfort Is offered for sale and on very easy paymeits only a small cash desirable property payment being required with the balance paid Stockholders Meeting - C A WE OFFER FOR SALE frame cottage forsale FOR CALL AT cottage of four improvements two miles from This is very acres with C S Bells FOR YOUR Jr Boons weekly Â¬ 232 ANN STREET adjoin Judge Dianes propeity AND THE TAYLOR BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms sale on These lots are on a good twenty foot street and S LOTS A GREAT BARGAIN OFFERED FRAME ISresidence of IN A NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo-Â¬ cated fronting on the Otventon turnpike and will be sold on weekly pameu s to the right party If not hold Immediately will rent at h low figure CDiisias FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike road upon which there is n brick resi Â¬ dence of 6 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allother necessary improvements This land Is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition and in order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain SALE ROOMS is good Fruits Nuts Candy Oysters and Celery A nopular remedy known quick Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER and 1 bottles by all leading drug HOUSE IN THE CITY Any reliable druggist who To the Dry Goods Merchants of gists may not have it on hand will pro- Our Oyster and Celery Stock will ar- Â¬ Frankfort Ky cure it promptly for any one who rive Monday for Christmas use i TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS Gentlemen As the time is wishes to try it Do not accept any FRAMERESinENCEOFOROOMS TWO STORYstreet with lot 53 by 10G feet This TWO 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Lewis now at hand when business is very substitute good property and Is offered at a bargain is is very valuable property dull after the holidas I desire to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO address a few words to the dry SAN FRANCISCO CM KY NEW YORK NY AM HERE TO STAY LOUISVILLE REMEMBER goods merchants of this city in regard to closing their stores at 6 p m during the months of JanAll the latest styles in soft and N TIME TABLE 1 property and will be hold on easy payments to tb right party If you are Interested come TWO FROIE COTTAGES OF FOUR ou Taylor avenue This A Card Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FOR SALE L B Call Early 1 MARSHALL AT CO J7 3 R U 3t PW Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds goods merchants of Frankfort taken internally A positive specific Ky will not turn a deaf ear to this for pneumonia Cuts Bruises BurriB standing Chilblains Sores petition and when one or two of Corns and Bunions of long quickly are cured our most enterprising merchants different from all else superior to all call upon you during the next few else it has no equal 25 and SOc boxes Largo size days you will one and all willing Carpenterscheapest Sold at P H 8 drug store ly attach jour signatures to the petition to close the stores at 6 Miles Nerve and Liver Fills p m everying evening exept SatAct on a new principle regulatin urday from the first Monday in thoug the January until the 15th of March the liver stomach ana bowels Dr nerves A new discovery A short two months and a hall Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness during the dullest season of the bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for year too All the cities of any ohildren Smallest men women and surest Lexington 50 doses for 25 cents mildest free at size in Kentucky Samples 45 ly c close their stores J W QaylesPrankfort1Ky Louisville Â¬ Â¬ merited rest served knows that there Every merchant is not enough business after 6 p m except Saturday to pay for the gas and electric light that is burnt Close your store at 6 p m and you will save your gas and electric light bill which is no small item It is to be hoped that the dry and well uary and February and give their stiff hats at hard working clerks a long de Meaghkk 6 f Marshalls A M A M 19 P No M 21 P M SOUTH Lv Lexington Midway No 17 No No 23 Dr Utiles Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world Yarnullton Bagdad It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Spring Station Frankfort Pleasurevllle Eminence Lagrange Iewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville 1038 1044 1115 1135 1144 1219 A 10017 634 7 rf7 901 917 925 950 550 i41 B45 777 TiE 733 745 812 P 212 227 235 300 3S3 349 357 425 448 456 520 M 615 636 650 657 720 813 838 865 93b P M SPECIAL SHOE SALE 71 806 9 KB FERD JACOBS xse st 204 st azLi you want latest style and at prices that defy competion DOWe have a shoes of the bargains that we are going to dispose of regard great many less of cost Just glance over these prices then come and see the goods and we will prove to you that all we say is positively true Â¬ M NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewee Valley Lagrange Mp 410 433 448 616 542 650 No18 No20No7a 735 811 824 850 926 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 No 24 620 654 75 733 758 825 855 920 929 946 Eminence Pleasurevllle Frankfort Spring Station Midway Bagdad 9tt 949 8 06 6 05 6 5 830 402 410 428 450 456 509 535 559 621 640 6 06 Yarnullton Ar Lexington 1005 Mens and Boys Coarse Boots and LadieB Ooat and Grain Button Shoes from 125 up Misses Fine Button Cloth Top Mens and Boys Pine Shoes from 1 Misses Qood School Shoes Childrens Pine Button Pat Tip Ladies Fine Dongola Button 1 00 Infants Fine Dongola Button Pat Tip And all other goods in proportion A full line of 0 98 65 75 50 35 No 21 will stop at Anchorage and for passengers Christiaiidburg for Lexington and points beyond Moa 17 10 and 21 connect at Lagrange for Cincinnati Noa 19 and 21 connect at Anchorage for Bloomfleld Branch Mens and Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Lowest Cut Prices INCLUDING ALL KINDS OF HATS AND CAPS FERD JACOBS ll txmas - 204 St Clair Street MATKIMOXIAL MooKK SuuDuni Mr Haine Â¬ WHEN YOU SfrBEB PLOWS orinerli ot Wakefield CIIOATK I Choate II FINNKLL Moore and Miss Hlla Sudclutli will be mariied at North Benson Baptist Church in this county on Thursday evening next January 3d at PLAUI1TG MILL AND 630 oclock HOGSHEAD FACTORY Mooke Triilett Virgil Mr Moore and Miss Lena Triplett of this city were married at the residence of the officiating minis ter Rev G F Campbell in Louisville Wednesday afternoon Odd Fellows Elect OHlcers FRANKFORT LODGE NO PUnCHASKI T1IK PLANING MILL HAVING tobiico lioKshcail tnctorr of Messrs Congletoti Bros I inn pretmreil to furnish uwtMOMMtiisnmitgiictjjmsjMJMiMii Mild ttcTRAFiNE WSy J DOORS SHlNCtlKS SASH TURNED BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK tHE AMMMK TDIUCO COMMM SUCCtSSOR W Knives ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE Â¬ Scissors Tools S nvs Chains Anvils Gears Nails Wire or any thing in the way of Harness AND AM KIMIIOF 28 jzl Or if you need Sasli Powder M9 Door4 The following officers for Oriental Encampment No 4 were elected at the meeting last night to serve for the ensuing term viz SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hm stood the Tett of Time Wagon Material Shot and Shels Call on Blinds wv a Finish For a Houso as well as tobacco hogshe ids Factory one and half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited je Iron Pipe a 9H CHOATE Sept U ly FINNELL RECEIVERS Heniy Peiffer High Priest S H Geo Warden Sid Davis Junior Waiden George Donaldson Scribe C W Merchant Treasurer ORIENTAL ENCAMPMENT NO Baker Chief Patriarch Swearinger Senior W MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 y C E COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer - JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE i 1 H Co C 0 TUB S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago All trainft enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ nois Central tracks along six miles of YOU WANTTO ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Ms TO Limilefl MEMPHIS 4 electÂ¬ The following officers were ed by Frankfort Lodge No 28 at their meeting Tuesday night to serve for the ensuing term viz Fred Sutterlin Noble Grand Ferd Jacobs Vice Grand S A Thomas Secretary W H Jeffers Treasurer L Harrod Host Many Courts in Session One week from Monday the Court of Appeals will hold its first session of the January term and for the first time with six Judges on the bench the seat of the seventh being contested and his commission withh Id Ifo United States District Court will also begin its winter term with Judge John W Barr presiding and the Circuit Court will meet on the same day Judge Jas E Cantrill on the bench and last but not least it will be county court day If a litigant cannot get a hearing out of the lot he must have a tough case the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of the city and land passengers in the magnificent New Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Victoria and Leland HotelB and with Â¬ M4 M4i in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Cable Lines and the disclosing too much TJPHOL South Side Elevated Railway Con- Our venient stops are also made at Hyde STERED FURNITURE Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibuled Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars We will offer ar Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Cars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should read via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Big Four Route Cincinnati O Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while GET IHSr 03ST LOUISVILLE TQ THIS OFVER IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS VICKSBTJRG NEW OKLEANS AND ALL POINTS Â¬ inventory - 1 j South and Southwest Â¬ until further notice greatlv Rates Tickets and all information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co tf not address W Traveling Pass Agent J McBRIDE Louisville mi 3 Ky T B LYNCH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky The Queen and Crescent Route Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ mer Resorts on its line in the picturesque mountains of Kentucky Tennessee and Alabama The line passes near the famous battle fields Â¬ Â¬ the assortment is unbroken Kentucky Midland Ry G 15 Harper Receiver Only direct line between R ROGERS SON KY CINCINNATI Frankfort AND FRANKFORT and Springs Mission Ridge Chickamauga and Lookout Mountain They are surrounded by charming summer resting places at Burnside Cumberland Falls High Bridge Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Moun- Â¬ tain Springville Alabama and other Mill at ritioitest Rid iiuicKest oeiweeti Georgetown Uaysville mouth ASK W McKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST PATENT Paris Fal Â¬ Cat Gyntbiana Ctvmgton VIA and points Low We FCR TICKETS BY KY MIDLAND r3 jH V mountain homes quiet railroad rates Charming Perfect rest and Had a Good Trade fully giving the information desired for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer recreation on our line W C RlNEARSON invite correspondence cheur HALLS OLD STAND FR aNKFORT We keep a full line of DRUGS AND And cordially ask our friends to give us a call TRAINS RUN GENTRU STANDARD TIME 1 In ttlect Eec 10 1834 SCHEDULE OF TRAINS A M M I J P M 5 No 7 I I I a The merchants of this city did a larger Christmas trade this year than for many years preceding Several merchants with whom we have talked place their sales many hundred dollars above those of last year and the year before The people were slow getting started in making their purchases but when they did commence came with a rush and extra clerks were required in almost all of the fruit and confectionary establishments to wait upon them toy Â¬ P A Cincinnati Ohio G MEDICINES Lv A TRAINS EAST I fro I No 2 io 3 No I Summit Lv Elkhorn Lv I rankfort a 7 00 7 Oti Our shoes are way up and our Come and prices are wav down see W McKEE HARDIE Jan 21 C L H GAYLk rn 3 UB Lv Stamping Ground Lv Duvall LV Georgetown Ar C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle LvsviUer 711 LIG -- 4 1 4 830 8 0 411 71o 734 740 bl 747 755 8 S Lv JoliiiNOti 7b3ii 3rti 3 OS 1G 85 0 Oi 100S i 415 423 440 455 515 550 Meagher 6 tf Marshalls 333 348 jliTi 31J 415 430 la JH n S JS vm Wt Wtt M WB IIS 100 545 iijH 3a CALL ON The Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at a fare to and a third certificate plan delegates attending the National Association of Manufacturers Goodyear from 6 tf M A COLLINS -- en Ar Paris LvEllzabeth c 82n A tlto m i p m No 4 TRAINS WEST No 2 C a m pj NoiGNo 8 n SB k - m m PM FOR BARGAINS IN- - Lv Lv I I goods at Welts in all styles All guaranteed up 250 Hardware Harness Paints At Lv Newtown IV 0 S Depot Lv Georgetown B Lv Johnson Lv Duvall Lv Stain pln G rou nd Paris Elizabeth u Centervllle 9 45 10C0 0r6 The Glee Club The Guitar lin Club from Banjo and Meagher Marshalls Wall Paper Glass Oils Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Elkhorn Summit ai Frankfort Lv Lv 10 45 a in 10 JO I Lv Swltzer Leave a 1130 FiunkrortPSOu m 7 l 1122 I04i 6 51 fi 57 10 5 10511703 1100 7 13 lllG 720 1018 1037 1040 tln 542 l 5J5 645 0 17 531 545 645 1230 1232 i Hi 4 105 fiS5 125 fi45 140 726 7iti 1E0 735 715 200 arrive Lexington Fa MM Mfe Si rj m 1 the Virginia gave a first class entertainment at the Opera House last evening before a good audience After the performance the young gentlemen composing the club were entertained at a dance at the Capital Hotel Tobacco Spit or Smoke University of Dont Your Tjife Away Â¬ Mando Leave Frankfort n in a in i arrive Cincinnati arrive Cincinnati The 1 utli fill nerves use No to bnc Brace up nlcotinlz eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men Positive cure gain strength weight and vigor or money refunded Book at druggists or mailed free Address The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 15 Randolph Oct G ly Si j New York 10 Spruce St startling title of bock about the only harmless ouahantkkii cure If jou want to iult ami cant U 11 Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Master Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc tJj p 11 evu Frankfort in p in CORNER t MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS toa m Leave Frankfoit J30 p in arrive Geoigetown D2 p in Leave FranktoitSOp in nirlve Cincinnati G Jo p in Leave Cincinnati a in arrive Frankfort 1180 a in Leive ieorgtown SUNDvY TRUNS 1037 a in arrive Frankfort 70 100 Reward 100 For school books and school The readers of the Roundabout supplies call at will be pleased to learn that Meagher Marshalls there is at least one dreaded disease 6 tf that science has been able to cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Hop At the Academy Oatarrh Cure is the only positive cure Prof Wayland Graham gave his music and dancing pupils a delightful masquerade hop at his Academy of Music Thursday evening iQuite a large party of young people were present and enioyed themselves until a late hour Â¬ 17 Large line of ladies Rochester and Cincinnati fine shoes at the medical fraternity Oatarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Oatarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in The proprietors doing its work have so much faith in its curative that they offer One Hundred Bowers for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials now known to Â¬ Â¬ 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mcm that tlioQun C D BERCAW The Kentucky Midland Rallvay and oonnec tlons form the shortest and cl eapest route to all points north south east and wct For further Information apply to their agents or Gen Pass Agt Fraukiort GKO B HRPER Reclver and Gen Supt Ky f KfWWmi HMAWuirL A cAVhAI 51 flflUt MARKS n nmi Crcinut Ioute la 17 mllet liorte mill BetHtui Iliiilnnill 1111 1 iixliifti nt ulnirimt Cimiimatl to llir tninxham Hiiiiilnsliiirtmt Cliuiim HI 1 Ni Crlmm niuilltihurttt Clmlniutl to CluttuuouiM Atlanta ur JnliMnllu 1 lurid SOLiD VESTIBULED TRtNS IM T i wii between 1 of tlienlmo point rs ilnrtnnl Mirove- I Only 1 no lumiiiiK lliriU i KinxuUj auj i ir ii C n Aslierll Dim t IIiid 1 Iia OrUam or i vH RhrifHirt Afk nunt iiln lit tmiri 1 ilifuiiili mUtINo Ihii 1ltxlutttun Miiltiilo nml I iiirnii iniiv illm t iiuuioiiu is uudj ut Mr ultli iuitiuutn uUi jut V V 1 VI lUl 1 IjJir Anlllt uutl Meagher Marshalls CO P J OHEENEY Toledo O 2 Sold by druggists 75c J I CJEEH AKD CSttSCEKT HSUTC CAV I OBTAIN A PATENT 1 Fop a prompt answor and an honest opinion wrlto to 1 11 N N A CO who have had nearly tlfty eurj experience In the patent business ommunlea tlona strictly confidential A llundliuok of In Â¬ formation concernluK Pat en In and how to ob- Â¬ tain them sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and sclentlflo books sent freo Patents taken throush Munn Co receive special notlcointhe Seientillc Amcrirnii and thus are brouuht widely beforothe public with Â¬ out coat to the inventor This splendid pair Issued weekly elegantly illustrated has by fur tTio largest circulation of any sclentlBc work in the world 3 a year Sample copies sent freo Ilulldlng KUltloD monthly S0 a yoar copies S5 cents Every number contains BlnRla beau Â¬ tiful plates In colors and photoKrapbs of new houses with plans enabltiyj builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address CO NEW YOHK 301 DltoAuwAT MUNN COPYRIGHTS a i t JJUjMjJ1MudiiiM fr p g3BgaMy gp jmrgJgy SgjJgSiMM Tr iiijwiwuiiMgtWwiietWMajj T fT 1 II 1 ft 5iAni5 Headquarters CHRISTMAS PRESENTS val- - By scanning the price Jist 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 Take Memorandum of the Following and Be on Hand Early m Handkerchiefs Girls and boys fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs Â¬ Suspenders All Silk with fine buckles great assortment all go at 50c Silk Umbrellas 100 Union Silk Umbrellas Working Gloves Mens Hats All the latest blocks from 1 up Holiday Slippers Gents embroidered 75c leather 150 to 3 warm Leather 5c paragon 1 frame only Gloves 35c to Si 25 50 Mufflers Gents Silk Mufflers extra quality new assortment 25c to 2 50 Mens Neckwear Tecks and Four-in-hand- Hosiery Driving Gloves Imported farnstock and buck skin to 175 1 Caps All the novelties and yacht Caps 25c and up Clothing Childrens Suits all sizes 200 styles s all fresh arrivals 25c to Childrens fine Japanese Embroidered Silk only Best quality all colors 99c IOC Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves fine 125 Jeans Pants I2c Mens Overcoats to 50c S25 Mens Merino Half Hose Si 25 to 7 Collars first Four ply toe to 20c Clothing quality Boys r Canes Choice lot of novelties 75c to 150 50 different styles S3 to Long Pants Suits 100 styles 250 to 12 Mens Pur Caps Electric Seal75c to Si 50 Boys Overcoats Great 10 Cuffs first Four ply ioc to 25c Clothing quality Mens Suits all styles to 20 S3 Gents Kid Gloves terra cotta and tan 150 to 175 Dress variety 250 to Shawl Straps All styles 25c to 1 Pocket Books Different 50c Childrens Kid Gloves Lined 65c and Blues blacks colors and styles 25c to Dress Shields Shirt Cardigan Jackets Mens i Jewelry All the latest novelties in Overcoats 50c 125 fancy Mens Silk brellas in price 150 to 250 to 150 Um- Â¬ from 2 Silk Garters With silver and gold les silk webb buck- Â¬ Link Buttons 125 Ladies ors to Mens Ulsters and coats S3 to S25 Over- Â¬ Mens Mcintosh Silk Handker Â¬ Range 25c to chiefs Holiday Slippers all the latest 1 Shoes Mens Dress Shoes Si 50 to S6 50 patent leather col- Â¬ to 7 Si Gents initial 50c to 2 50 S250 to S650 Mr Englehart the artist has left with us about 150 of 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 Jv They rr r CRUTCHER Resolutions or Respect BIG FOUR ROUTE IjO VIS VI LIVE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ held Friday evening the following resolutions of respect in regard our deceased but beloved brother i O S Walcutt were adopted Whereas It has pleased an All-wiProvidence to call from our midst our late worthy and es teemed brother O S Walcutt be it Resolved That by the death of our Brother Walcutt our lodge loses a useful and efficient charter member of the organization Whekeas The members of this Lodge deem it proper to place upon record an appreciation of his merits therefore be it Resolved That we deplore the less of Hi other Walcutt with deep feelings ot regret Resolved That we tender to his afflicted widow our sincere condolence and our earnest sympathy in her affliction at the 1 ss of one who was a good citizen a devoted husband and an upright man Resolved That our Charter be draped in mourning Cr thirty days Resolved That a copy of the foregoining resolutions be transmitted to the relations of our deceased brother and put on the record book of the Society and published in our Frankfoit pipers Bro O S v alcutt died at Columbus Ohio Dec 8 1894 s- STARKS VUIRJWUMHHKMRM Frankfort Best Iilne to the If ortli and East All lines from the South make Lodge No io Knights of Honor in Central connectiondirect KET Dandruff Kills -- At a meeting of - DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ with Cincinnati Station through trains of the Big Four to Chicago Sr Louis IndianapoNew Cleveland lis Columbus full infor- Â¬ For York and Boston mation call on nearest agent or Union Â¬ Â¬ receipts for the same period of 6177 MIMES DANhhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 161610 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 141936 hhds This has been the banner week for the Louisville tobacco market the address receipts and sales being the largest E O McCormick within the history of the trade for W a or DBMartin Pass Traffic Mgr j this theany other market Receipts week 6177 Sales for the ior Ticket Agent Genl Pass week 6233 hogsheads CLEANS THE Cincinnati O Notwithstanding the immense of ferings the prices have been well SCALP UNO EN Air Ira P Wetmore a prominent maintained and except for low real estate agent of San Angelo Tex Â¬ grades having shown some weakening LIVENS THE as has used Chamberlains Colic during the close of the week prices Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his have been stronger than at any time For Sale by All family for several years as occasion since the new crop commenced to required and always with perfect suc move An unusually large number Druggists cess He says I find it a perfect of hhds of new Burley was sold dur Â¬ TKAUK MAHK baby when troubled with ing the week between 12 and 13 20 feb 10 ly cure for our colic or dysentery I now feel that hundred was received for one my outfit is not complete without a Eer of new crop Burley this being bottle of this Remedy at home or on the highest price of the season Old a trip away from home For sale by Burley has been somewhat stronger Phil Carpenter South Side Drug Â¬ throughout the week gist The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ BUCKEYE resent our market for burley to- Â¬ Â¬ just closed amount to 6233 hhds with Sales on our market for the week U isuinuiBuiai 1 t2se te3e-w - the Hair M ON ON --- ROUTE rw w m m yl The Direct and Popular Line to D- e Mu J llffr CHICAGO And all Iomts NORTH and WEST Â¬ Ji a D A CO Vestibued Trains Dining Gar Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations For Further Information Address Brjran C SL P A WGMDU KY OR- - LOUISVILLE TABLERSDII At it Again bacco 1893 crop Having purchased the Hardware Paint Oil Wall Paper Saddlery and Harness stock of Mr George L Hannen I can now be found at the old stand where myself and brother did business on the corner of Lewis and Broadway streets In addition to the for 12 years large stock purchased from Mr Hannen I am putting in a large I will stock of new goods be pleased to see all of my od friends and as many new ones rs will favor me with their orders always resting assured I will sell goods in my line as cheap as they can be bought anywhere in the Â¬ Â¬ Trash dark ordamaged 2 00 tobacco Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 4 00 trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 4 50 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 6 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00 9 00 Medium to good leaf 14 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 Selector wrappery niaiJ Jas Barker G P A Chicago III 3 00 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES 4 00 00 50 00 50 00 14 00 18 00 25 00 BIB FOUR ROUTE and CERTAIN CURE IB years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES K ID MY AM DnUGGISTS PKMredbySICHABSSON USD ST X0M3 A SURE known for BEST LINE TO AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trains with furs Elegant Coaches Dining Sleeping Cam and latest Improved partment Buffet Sleeping Cars Buffet Parlor earn Wagner Private Com Â¬ magnltlclently May 12 ly BEST IN OUALI1 JOST Hi QUANTITY Hows This Â¬ furnished with toilet accessories in euch com Â¬ partment C A Nelson C G V Lafontaine Uekuekich Grasp the Opportunity Our enterprising druggist P H you to try a 25c bottle of Dr HaleB House- Â¬ hold Cough Oure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and luncs lessens the desire to cough and heals mucous mem Â¬ brane If consumption it will cure rou Pleasant to taKe The children ike it Carpenter cordially invites Wft Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder World Pair Highest Mtdal aad Dlptoaa We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case f Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure F J OueneyCo Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last IS years and C E Collins county believe him perfectly honorable in Nov 30 tf all business transactions and finan Â¬ cially able to carry out any obliga All fine shoes on C D or E tiont made by the firm WestTrnax Wholesale Druggists width at Toledo Ohio Meagher Marshall s Walding Kinnaa Marvin WholeÂ¬ sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Oure is taken inter Â¬ nally acting directly open the blood The price of the Old Bridge the Etchings has been reduced to 5 and mucous sarince of Seld system Prioe 75e per bottle by all Only a few left 14 i druggists WORMS ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars Klegant ouches Dining Cars and Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars vermifuge 20 Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE RKHARDBOH WHITES CREW FOR YEARS br BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car line from Cin Â¬ cinnati Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination Library Buffet and SmoklngCars Wagner Sleeping Guru Elegant Coaches and Dining Cars landing passengers iu New York City at 42d Street Depot Positively EVERY GUARANTEED BT SOU BY AM DRUGGISTS Freparrd IKDI U IMS CO IOCIS May 12 ly NO FERRY TRANSFER Â¬ Job work neatly exe cuted at this office Be sure your tickets read via BIO FOUR D B MARTIN E O MCCORMICK Pass Traffic Muaager Genl Pans Ticket Act CINCINNATI jfcUy HLaiJsV