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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ifTlE Frankfort mw mm WW mmt 4 ItoraMBOUT TERMS ASS GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WEEKLY PAPERr DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS 100 In Advano vol xviii FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JANUARY 12 1895 A 8UDDDEN CAIL Mr Neville P Whiteside a NO 19 mer Frankfort Boy Dies in Kansas City For THE to KNIFE HAS GONE J g m 1 1 m pSii fSEBflJ Made from the most highly refined and ex- and PI 1 I 1 1 J9 g4 WWW JN leaves neither acid nor alkali in the food 10 WALL ST NEW YORK K fi ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO km THE TERRIBLE KNIFE in and Drs Hume and Thomp oi AWAY UP IN G Was the Jeff Lucas Fatally Cut by Joe owton In a Fight at the Forks of Elk horn Saturday rv ii l 1 ST re 1 W A cutting scrape occurred at the Forks of Elkhorn Saturday morn- Â¬ ing which resulted fatally for one of the participants and c eated quite an excitement in that part of It seems that Mr the county Jeff D Lucas who lived near the Forks had taken a stove to the hlarksmith shon of Toe Newton in the village to be repaired and had removed the same on Fridav withont paying the blackmnkhs the work and the tro had bill some words about it at the time was quite prominent Saturday morning Lucas returned county in matters having taken to the shop when the quarrel was j Political in the Breckinridiie- i reneweu uie two men uhilucu an active uart He Owens canvass last summer and in the struggle got outside the f TA lcr T UUBC 1 a door of the shop where Lucas Wdh meinoero of this city of Phythias thnw Newton and falling on top Knights wwen nurseu unit of him struck him several blows tne memDersuI after he was cut and attended his and jammed his head against the Young Polk South was funeral in a body burying the ground of the standing rie r holding his horse remains with the honors The funeral took place and just as the combattants came order afternoon from the Bapist out of the shop and fell to the Tuesday re- ground Messrs Will J and Waller Church at the Forks and the in the familv H Lewis drove up in a buggy on mains were interred their way to this city Neither of burying -- pv the men was saying a word and Improved Order of Red Men tht gentlemen in the buggy supposMendenhall Chief Mr J H ing it was only a friendly wrestle Organizer and Mr J R McCon- started to drive on when Newton called o it for someone to pull him ell of Lexington were in the city off Mr Polk South turned his Tuesday making arrangements for horse loose and Mr Will Lewis the organization of a Tribe of the jumped from his buggy and the Improved Order of Red Men in two succeeded in separating the this city They will be here again January men and pushing Lucns away on Sunday afternoon from Newton some little distance 20th at which time they would andwere standing between them like to meet all persons interested when Newton arose from the in theorder in the north hall of ground dcshed around Messrs Odd Fellows Temple where they Lewis and South and before they wish to talk to them about the could hardly realize what vvas matter There should be a large going on was using a knife savage meetng as the gentlemen will ly upon Lucas stabbing him once talk very entertainingly right in the back under the In Olden Times shoulder blade once in the chest and the third time laying open a People overlooked the importance gash 6 inches long in the adomen of permanently beneficial effects through which the intestines pro- Â¬ and were satisfied with transient truded by which time Lucas action but now that it is generally caught his hand and held it so known that Syrup of Figs will that he could not cut him any permanently cure habitual constiLewis and pation well informed people will more and Messrs Sduth got hold of him and had not buy other laxatives which act great difficulty in making Jiim for a time but finally injure the Lucas was svstem withdraw the knife taken to the residence of Mr Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Barry South Dr Keithley called Worlds Fair Highest Award I lr summoned from this city who dressed his vvoundsit being neces- Â¬ sary to sew up two cuts in the intestines It was at first thought that there was some hope of his recovery and he insisted himself flsfr h time nninrr tn rrh uroll hnr f thr nrlnrk Mnndav morn- ing death came to relieve him of suffering Newton was arrested a short time alter the cutting was done done by Deputy Sheriff Joe Holton and lodged in jail Lucas was the son of M B Lucas- a farmer who is at Prcsent serving as United States store- keePfer- - and vvas a cleVer warm hearted and jolly young man who had ny friends in this city and Kings Daughters Tuesday Evening Entertainment of the I There was a large audience at the OperaHouse Tuesday evening to witness the entertainment given b the KnS Daughters for the benefit of the poor nearly all the seats in the house being taken and the performance was one of the best ever given by amateurs in this city In the first part the vocal solos by Miss Anita Muidoon of Louisville carried off the honÂ¬ itj I I 1 1 grod Â¬ Â¬ ors as she was in fine voice alJd sang only as she can sing but the violin and piano duet by Misses Daisey and Nellie Cox was very fine as was also the guitar duet of Messrs fltnry Brady and Gus Ritchie and the selections given by the Mandolin Club were first class each one of the young gen Â¬ tlemen acquitting himsell well The recitation a scene Iroin Leah was exceedingly well ren dered by Miss Alula Spaight ho has a very sweet voice well modulated The Unexpected The farce was given in a manner Guest highly creditable to every person in the cast all of whom were well up in their parts and there were no sticks on the stage The leading characters of Mr and Mrs Campbell which were susstained by Mr Foster Baird and Miss Mary Hale could not have been improved upon while Miss Katie Overton as Mrs Crashaw Miss Katie Green as Mrs Curwen Miss Rose Crittenden as Mrs M Mrs J Roberts and VanDerveer as Mis Belfort were in t at exwciic iii itu- juiiii vv mi Belfort was im lam as Mr mense Prof Wayland Graham was a first rate Dr Lawton and Dick VanDerveer as Jim work ed the telephone racket to perfec- Â¬ tion The audience was delighted and we have heard nothing but the highest praise of the whole per formance The receipts arm tint ed to 250 Â¬ The sad news was received by telegram Monday evening by Mrs Ada Garrett that her brother Mr Neville P Whitesides had died suddenly in Kansas City Kansas No particulars were that day given but heait disease is sup- Â¬ posed to be the cause The deceased was the oldest son of the late Ephraim White sides and was raised in this city After attending the best schools of the city he went to college in Ohio and after graduation was elected one of the teachers in the public school of this city Re signing his position he removed to Ohio where he married and continued to live until some eight or ten years ago when the manufac turing establishment with which ne was connected sent him to Leaven- worth Kansas to take charge of a branch house and he continued to reside there until a short time ago when he was transferred to another house of the compariy at Kansas City where he was at the No more man- time of his death voting lv uDririit and honorable J Q j man ever ltft Frankfort to seek his fortune than Neville White- sides and he had made his mark in the business world His un timely death brings a great and irreparable los upo his business firm his friends and devoted wife and several children in addition to his only sifter Irs Garrett who now stands alone as the repicsentaiive 01 ner tatnet s family- - to mourn his loss J -- U t me H I Want Money AND Must Have OF It W Slaughtering Sale MY This week GOODS -- - -- 8100 vill Reward 100 v Â¬ The reader3 of the Roundabout be pleased to loam that Frankfoit ihero is at least one dreaded disease hat sciencehasbeenabletocureinall its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ ease requires a constitutional treat ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the No 214 St Clair St next door to blood and mucous surfaces of the R K McClure system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative orCCPIEU BY A W gowers that they offer One Hundred milK FAUJI LATKLY mile wist or Frankfort i Cromwell one halt for any case that it fails to on Versailles turnpike Tlie farm contains bO cure Send for list of testimonials ncies ami Is well sit in iruts and suited for Imxpsieii iilven on November dairy purpose P J OHEENEY ft CO llloJi i or tfiirb ap to Toledo 0 WM CROMWELL 2 8 Sold by druggists 75c Aug 11 tf Prices lower than ever heard of before Hope Cotton 6 cents Masonville Lonsdale or Fruit of the Loom at 7 cents checked Ging The best apr r cents ham Dress Gingham 44 cents Fast Black Seamless F lose for Misses and Children all sizes 10 cents a pair Res 6uting cloth at 8 cents worth 10 cents Good Outing Cloth at 5 cents worth 8 J- Vorseis Ji gra e co cems cent grade 60 cents 75 I lot of Dress Goods at 10 c nts a vard worth 15 and 20 cents bolt Black Henrietta Dress Good at 57 cents a yard posi- tivelv worth cents bolt Bafk Henrietta Dress positively Goods at 48 cents worth 65 cents 1 lot Torchon and Smyrna Linen Laces tanging from 4 cents up I lot remnants in Ham burgs at This about half the usual price is poMthey the greatest Bargain Sale in Dry Goods ever offered in 1 it n WA t Hi n iUTEINS Â¬ FOR RENT Sff M A fl Useful Presents Make your whole family h ippy by a present of a Carriage Surry or Buggy a ti Â¬ Â¬ 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 Â¬ Â¬ gist Many stubborn and aggravating cases of rheumatism that were believed to be incurable and accepted as life legacies have yielded toOham borlains Pain Balm much to the sur Â¬ prise and gratification of the suffer ers One application will relievo the pain and Buffering and its continued ubo iuHiireR effectual cure For wale by Phil Oaupenteh South Side Drug Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ They -- mt sure to get one of the Old Bridge Etchings before they are all gone Be Ky BnMToi Harness Worts Dec 8 Cm 11 MtRKsS ftScLv Pi WOTr W ji jiKiwviiTairfjiriM i ai7iijTaiTHi v ujb- - r jiit ar i p itv f mi bim fin i i jb t t - ni j r j i l jp idhb iitiiBiKrLEiffjvBiv7 at rrwBHBiBnwT - iv vu i ninrwTivt rBrrl i mwhui jvi jt M i ilgS- isu Ht Kmw KUKf EU EC UNUSUAL Mens Suits 4 5 rca K354 m M4P 21ftA 9 ja wa iza EG ra an TBk cm ca rm net K2IS FgwP J32SR em fc - IBISr fiBrV We nave a larere slock of win- - m ter clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such gg gooas win De soia iot again 120 net To mark new goods at so much less then their value B E nn i bus 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 17 EM na ca ncr na CUE BR raw 133 BIB ra EE 133 These prices are from Si to 8 a suit less than their value and less than we have been sell- Â¬ ing the goods for Boys and childrens clothing also marked down to under value prices not iaa EQI nn HUDSON HUMPHRIES w 53nanaran7inBnianap3iEnBEinBEannn3EnBiai3EjrnF3aniani caEUEaEUEaEaEaEBEBEaEUEaEMEBEaEUEUEUEBEaEaEB cBnCTnaninnnnaniannnnnnrsBianBBPRBBsnisriianBrnnsGSRPBSBiananianiaBnnnisia HaEMEUEaEaEUHBEaBaEaEaHUEucanBeBeflEaiaauauan Â¬ CASSELL 2 TT nsr 123 139 HOI BE3 ea C3 Chicago V Debs and the other officers and directors of the American Railway union wont to the Cook county jail Tuesday to begin serving the sentence recently imposed on thoui for contempt of court There was no formal procedure The men dropped in one by one and surrendered themselves to the marshal The appeal to the supreme court will be presented the lutcer part of this week being now in course of prepara tion The chances aro the prisoners will be obliged to remain in jail for ut least two the better weeks before the supreme court can be Miss Fannie Johnson of Coving- Â¬ heard from Judge Buck waiter seems to have Unless the decision at that time is ton is visiting her sister Miss Lizzie forgotten that there are lynchings favorable they will have to bervo out Johnson South Side their terms Miss Kate Overton left Thursday in Ohio sometimes and he might -- from an acquaintance with him extending over a period of many Miss Ruth Ely is visiting relatives years we are prepared to say his in Covington Mrs Russell Sneed has gone to St death will be a great loss to his Louis to visit relatives city and State and many a heart Mrs Fannie Trabue of Louisville throughout this broad land will spent Sunday in this city feel sad when the news goes forth Hon W A Sudduth of Louisville that Frank Owens is no more spent Monday in this city Hon Wilbur F Browder of Russell Duckcrs vllle waB in the olty Monday Hon John Shelby of Lexington The drouth is at an end plenty spent Monday last in this city of water everywhere Mr Geo B Harper returned The Lexington Exposition is Thursday from a trip to Virginia the fad Said to be a grand sue Miss Bettie Craig returned to her cesa home at Danville on Saturday last Mr J D Smith sold his to- Â¬ Mr and Mrs T B Rodman have bacco at nine cents at home returned from a visit to Mt Sterling Col N B Risk wants to repreMrs James Saffell has returned sent Woodford but as the Colonel from a visit to her sister in Lexing- Â¬ talked Settle and voted Breckin- Â¬ ton ridge it is not unlikely that the of Settles and Owens following will Ex Judge Warren Montfort Pineville is in the city attending object court Many of his friends and admirers Miss Maud Ponder returned Mon- Â¬ wish Hon D L Thornton to day from a visit to friends in La make the race f r representative Grangi and should he conclude to do so Hon T P Carothers and wife of he will easily distance all comers Newport are spending the week in Free turnpikes seems to have at this city Â¬ Mr Tbos H Bradley of George- - last become a subject of some iminvestigation is fast town spent Thursday in this city on portance and leading the public mind toward business Men of affairs Master John Meagher left last the true state begin to see the folly of paying week for Gethseniena where he will thousands of dollars annually for attend school privilege of using their own Mr and Mrs Baker of Alton visi- Â¬ the property The infamous toll ted Mrs Anna Moyers on Main system must go and the sooner street Tuesday Â¬ PERSONAL punished by law lynchings however much to be regretted will 7 continue to take place not only in Kentucky but Ohio as well Milk 332233 22 7 7T 7T 7 IT TT 7 7 222222 7 9T 7 K lT Bulldofus Do You Want Your Cow to Give Milk THEN USE Milk Milk Horse Iiost A black mare Milk about 12 or 13 Milk years old with a few white hairs near one ear was lost out on the Milk Owenton pike several days ago Anyone returning her to George Milk Stone at Fleetwood Farm or furnishing him such information Milk as will enable him to get Tier will Milk b liberally rewarded PEOEIA GLUTEN - FEED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Read what Mr J C Vaughan says I can cheerfully bear testimony to the excellence of Peoria Gluten Feed Its nutritive power Is very great and the yield of my cows has been wonderful My eows Increase when using this feed nlmost Immediately and decrease when I change to any otber a trial of one back will convince any neron accustomed to handling cows that it Is superior to any other prov ender J c Vacohan This feed is pure cooked corn meal costs Si 65 a sack of 125 pounds and one sack will keep a cow a month and produce more and richer milk than any known feed It is sold by Mr G C Shaw and Messrs Crutcher Moore Milk Milk The price of the Old Bridge Etchings has been reduced to 5 Only a lew left Milk E L STANTON Mgr of State Agency Milk s The Midland will sell tickets to Cincinnati and return at a fare and a third certificate plan to delegites attending the National Association of Manufacturers A R U I i s a s s s sliisi i THE ROUNDABOUT f i LEADERS JAILED Deos and tlio Others Surrender Amy DIxciiRftlon Jan 8 Eugene Wlthrat THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only Â¬ morning for a visit to relatives in Greenville Mississippi1 Miss Anita Muldoon of Louisville spent this week with Mrs Ohas W Saffell on Second street Mr W B Moody of New Castle was in the oity Tuesday on business before the United States Court Mrs J W Stevens of Lexington f 7i WM KW PIT viyzfiP JEfe 1 has returned home after a pleasant vlsittoMi88 Amanda Williams Misi Maggie Clay of Paris is visit Â¬ ing her cousin Miss Lutie Ware corner of Ann and Clinton streets Mrs Geo T Stagg and Messrs Stanley and Frank Stagg left Wednesday for Florida to spend the winter Prof George RohbinB will leave Monday for Nashville Tennessee where he will take charge of the manual training department in the Public School W Xeuring the End The Louisville afternoon papers of Thursday contained dispatches from Maysville stating that Col Frank S Owens of that city head of the Owens Hardware Company had suffered another attack of paralysis and his death was considered only a matter of a short time Col Owens was one of the biggest hearted most gen ialand companionable of men and was the friend of every man he When a boy he attended knew the school of the late John Lewis at Llangollen this county and l rfcliV LW nr State wherein a prisoner has been three times by three separate 80fcciomVr 3 333 eo juries of his peers sentenced to Chicago life imprisonment yet the case Hogs Select butchers U 654 75 mixrd hannrc fir nnnii a flim5v nretevt t r Cattle - J1ime steer We H waa ou called a legal technicality T5others 12 50a 25 cow and w -- be reminded that though he may be superior to Governors Brown to say nothing and McKinley of the Constitution of the United States yet an army of such as he ran never induce a Kentucky Sheriff or Governor to submit to any kind of humiliation If the Judge chooses to violate the law of Ohio of Kentucky and of the United States he must not expect Kentuckys Chief Magistrate to humor him in it not even to obtain possession of a negro criminal Lynch law is wronjj and is too frequently resorted to both in Kentucky and Olio as well as in every state in ine union dui the courts themselves are responsiNot ble for this state of affairs long since it was next to impossible to punish a criminal in Cincinnati Twenty three murder- Â¬ ers in her jail all protected by so- called legal technicalities the peo pie sought to administer justice Because me courts wouia not t number of lives and much prop erty were sacrificed but since time a murderer1 may occasionally be punished by the courts of Cin- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VATICAN ROBBED it h 1 Many Miniature From Ancient Parch Â¬ ment Volumes M1s1uk Â¬ London Jan 3 A despatch to the Standard from Rome says that it is re ported that thefts of valuable minia Â¬ tures from the Vatican library have been detected Among the objects taken are 41 miuiutures lroui a parchment volume of the year 1100 entitled LOmelia di Fiatu Giacomo and 17 miuiutures from a parchment volume entitled vLTriouli rti mrarou The thefts it uppeurs wore discovered by Professor Cliiarioi and the min iatures have till been sold to foreigners The police have arrested Professor Surdi alias Bispurdi aud an antiquary named Tavazzi It is stated chat the thefts have been known for some time but the uuthori www me vuweau were aisiuuuueu to Bppeal t0 the Italiuu Another Kiclimoud For Elkln Wheeling Jau 4 Hon Nelson Is one of the best in the Stale and we are prepared to turn out Whittaker the millionaire iron manu facturer ihurduy issued a publio let on short notice ter announcing his candidacy for the United States senate Whittakers friends cluim that he has not less than 10 votes certain The announcement of Whittakers candidacy simultaneous 1 Per Year 59 Â¬ Â¬ Our Job Department Â¬ Â¬ V and Hutchinson iudioate a well planned a uuu movement to aeieac Anti Elkins men here claim gJS wiue-sm-ea- SSrtffi Wheat MKo w00h voteg pledgedto nnf - w - Iiooa a racA n -- maoiEnati Corn 41a5c Cat- tie select Dutcuers 4 10J4 oo IKtairT to T UillAlinnmmn -S- elected and prime butchers H 501 tTAUJ Jl 1 -- -- - 35 TUJ fe c A iKbs 3 604 Mew York their duty or the people will do it Cattle 45S5 85 Shee-pfor them Until crime can be lambs 3 tl 750460 mitui- - Lilii haun mnrp innriVf Ann IPS oc mills -- -- 1 03 r 40 I ti Sheep 258 0008 Mf y w xxtii z J- - jHiiiFJxmf sj t Tvwivvw vJrCtK aKrtKiFramrvsvtV wm rjr f y E K - E 0 Zehagen c FROM bilver and Mondiiy unHl stock taking time January 15h we will offer the of our entire srook of Watches in Solid Gold Gold Filled and - jj Graduate Optician Of Lexington will bo with uszzi Save you money Wo propose to give a discount of 10 per cent for cash no discount on goods charged J HE J POUR DAYS EACH WEEK r In This is his third year with us From January 7th to 31st inclusive Those desirous of that time he has fitted many and everybody satisfactorily availing themselves of his service will kindly make inquries Thing we have always claimed th tt we are a little cheaper than other houses Watches being one of our specialties so with our discount you are gainer at least 20 per cent He Examines the Eyes With Oculist Test case tV Free of Charga Point our goods will be sold on honor and past reputation This offer is bona fide and is made as we dont want to carry so many goods over for next season AUOTHEB M - oH M 1233 Ler se s Ground to Suit the Vision Frames Accurately Made to fit the Pace Council Proceedings At the regular meeting of the city council Tuesday evening the following business was transacted TJie assessment on the property of Mrs Skein which is the west end of the old Mansion House was reduced from 500 to4 poo An ordinance for the govern- Â¬ ment of the fire department and fixing tHe time of electing firemen on the first meeting of the coun- Â¬ cil in December of each year was presented and adopted An ordinance requiring proper- Â¬ ty owners on Conway between Second and Third streets to build brick sidewalks in front of their property was passed An ordinance prohibiting fast driving on the new St Clair street St j THE LEADING JEWELER - Olstix St IFrarifefcxt 2lym SGLBGRT DEALERS IN tJ m J r-r- bridge was adopted Xhe ordinance annexing Belle- point was given its first passage Mrs Smith of the South Side made complaint to the council that her cow had been injured whie in the pound The matter was re ferred to a committee to investi gate Mr Zack Thomasson was al lowed to appoint a deputy and he named Mr Water M Franklin which appointment was confirmed Mr Graham and Mr Kinneer of the Standard Construction Com- Â¬ pany were invited to and talked to the council on the subject of brick streets and the two gentle Â¬ men were listened to very attentively by the members After allowing the regular monthly accounts the council ad- Â¬ Â¬ journed A special meeting of the counÂ¬ F V cil was held Wednesday afternoon at which the ordinance annexing Bellepoint was passed for the sec Â¬ ond time and that town is now the Fourth Ward or West Frank The action was taken in orfort der that the assessor who is now at work can assess the property over there f r this years taxes The fire committee was instructed to tender Mr C S Whitehead 75 in full of the bill for plumbing work done by him at the engine house A sworn report from Mr John T Buckley Treasurer of the Capi tal Railway Company showing the gross receipts of the electric line from March 29 to November 788748 was 29 1894 to be presented by the City Clerk On motion of Councilman Miles the clerk was instructed to make out an account against the Rail- Â¬ way Company for 2 per cent of the earnings and collect same The council then adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a woman s old ianionea DiacK silk dress which he has donned right over his trousers and a quaint wig Why should he not Charleys Aunt impersonate in petticoats will do Anything At first he declines but they tease him and finally he yields with the explicit understanding that it will be for only 15 minutes The complications that arise out of this are too comical It is not fact that his trousers are only the visible that he tries to constantly pocket his hands that he pulls up his skirts when he sits down to prevent their getting knee sprung but the incidents of them selves are side splitting At the Opera House Tuesday Â¬ about this beautiful plant Hypericum Moserianium and also ie Charleys Aunt the great garding their offer of 300 cash N Y and Boston success will be for a name for the New Double presented for the firsttime in this Sweet Pea city The main idea of the piece IiOUISVIlBTOBACCO MAIt KET is I think taken from one of Chas Levers stories but Im FURNISHED BY GLOVER gt DURRETT blest if I just can repall which one LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Sales on our market for the it is in Which a gay collegian dress- just closed amount to 2749 hhds week with Two receipts for the same period of 741 es up in womans clothes hhds Sales on our market since Jan Oxford fellows are to serve tea for uary 1st amount to 2740 hhds Sales crop of 1804 two young and pretty girls in their of thedate amount on our market to this to 12542 hhds Sales on our market this week inrooms The aunt of one of them new hurley hhds is expected cluded 1645 as wereofcurrent before Charleys Aunt Such prices that day from Brazil where the the holidays for new hurley tobacco were fully maintained for the medium nuts come from and is to act as good and fine grades of leaf and for the chaperone After the girls ar- but common grades with high color the market was irregular and rive and while they are promenad- Bomewhat easier for the common ing a telegram is brought saying grades of burley greenish or mixed in color that Charleys Aunt has been The following quotations fairly todelayed The boys are in a deuce represent our market for burley bacco 1894 crop of a fix They do not want to Trash daik or damaged 2 75 1 50 tobacco lose the tea yet they know the Common Oolory trash 3 00 3 75 Medium to good colory girls will not stay unless proper3 75 5 50 trash In this dilemma Common lugs not colory 3 00i 4 50 ly chaperoned Oolory 4 50g 5 50 one of tne students who is getting Common to good lugs colory Medium 7 00 ready for private theatricals comeslugs 5 50 10 6 Common to medium into the room dressed in his togs Medium to good leaf leaf10 O0M 13 00 00 00 Â¬ Charleys Aunt Black 8c Hursey FINE HUPS 232 AuINniSr and SADDLES Â¬ A COMPLETE LINE OF TROT riNG and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mnr -10 3m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ STREET CO JACOB SWIGERT ON MAIN STEET TO Â¬ 1 Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Besement nf the Capital Hotel short time - Selector wrappory Good to fine leaf 8They will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a 13 00 16 00 16 OOaj 20 00 Before a Full Head of Steam Is gathered by that tremendously destructive engine miliaria put on the brkes with Hos Â¬ tel ters Stomach Hitters which wilt check Its pro ress and avert disaster Chills and feer bilious remittent dumb ague and ugue cuke me promptly lelleved and uttlmutel cured by this gauial spe 111c which is also a com Â¬ prehensive family medicine speedily useful In cases ot dyspepsia bllllousaess consti Â¬ pation sick headache nervousness rheuma tism and iieuriigla Against the hurtful effects of sudden changes of temperature exposure In wet weather close application to laborious mental pursuits and other lutlueuces prejudi Â¬ cial to health It la a most trustworthy ateguard It fortifies the i ystem against dlbease promotes appetite and sleep and listens convalescence after deblliutmg and Itesh wasting diseases Â¬ W DRUGS McKEE HAS3DSE DRtTGrGIST D HALLS 0 STAND f R ANKfORT KY We keep a full lifie of AND PATENT MEDICINES 4- And cordially ask our friends to give us a call that when you buy Scotts Emulsion you are not getting a secret mixture containing worthless or harmful drugs cret for an analysis reveals all there is in it Consequently the endorsement of the medical World menus something Dont Forget Scotts Emulsion cannot be W MKEE HARD IE Jan 21 C L 4AYLK s fro Vj li Â¬ B K McCLURE A SON 1 night Jan 15th The Gold Flower se- Â¬ ANNOUNCE TO THEIR CUSTOMERS AND FRIZND3 This Flower so fittingly called Gold Flower was produced by M Moses of Versailles France and introduced in Europe last season the plants selling at a very high figure only a few plants coming The flowers are overcomes Wasting promotes to America two or three inches across of a the making of Solid Fleshy and bright shining golden yehow and gives Vital Strength It has no equal as a cure for Coughs Colds bearing numerous handsome s a Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs mens The plant n of low spreadConsumption Scrofula Anaemia Em a ing branching growth with handelation and some leaves the upper side much Wasting Diseases of Children darker than the 1 nver It is per Scott BowneN Y All Druggists 60c and fectly hardy forms an excellent border or is grand for bedding rayed or tolen while as a single pot plant it is charming with its clean bright COW WITH green foliage as a back ground ONE LAMiEIfKD and one horn AFKW WHITE a upon her slipped W II Will pay a for for the flowers great shiny yel Â¬ weigh bout 140U Information liberal reward me as will enable her return or suoli Z T Collins low disks brilliant in their reflec together Corner of Bridge and Second streets tions as burnished gold Jan 4 t f This year an enterprising firm THE IMPROVED is offering it at the price of ordi- Â¬ nary plants viz 25 cents a plant By sending 10 cents to James Vicks Sons Rochester N Y For sale which opposite Lby T1103 A JOYCE 430 Uroadway for Vicks Floral Guide A N depot Also needles oil ttu Old Bridge Spoon at LeCompte amount may be deducted from for ull sewing in ichliies a share ot your patron age solicited first order you will learn all Gayle Co cost 250 uei re tuu Scotts A SHEA T SAGRIFI OE SALE stock beiny too large and needing money we have deter Â¬ OUR to offer a good part of our goods at an immense cut for ONLY TEN DAYS COMMENCING MONDAY JANUARY 7th at 9 oclock and closing Wednesday January 17th at 4 p m Notice some prices One One One One One One One One of Womens Fine Button bhoes price 5 cut to of Womens S4 Button Boots cut to of Womens 2 50 Shoes cut to of Womens 150 Shoes cut to of Womens Grain Button Shoes cut to lot of Mens 5 Shoes cut to lot of Mens 4 Shoes cut to lot of Misses 2 Shoes with heels cut to Other lots too numerous to mention lot lot lot lot lot 2 1 1 wv m Emulsion jv V 1 fc mm 1 - l Â¬ Â¬ 45 95 45 95 Â¬ 1 70 2 1 45 95 95 Our Heavy Boots for Men Boys and Youths cut way DOWN IN PRICES It will pay you to buyluavy boots even if you keep them until next winter All Cash No goods Remember this sale lasts only TEN DAYS Come early or you may be taken back no tickets given on this sale left Cost of goods not considered but money is what we want and Sacrificing the goods lor cash only Ai Â¬ S K McCLUBB mmtmiwrne SON mmasmmismi wnaSERKM 18 2t lU y SsssMWsjsSsmiSSalSEa TtfMtsBmwMsm WkMralmmr MwiiBXPMtE - - viMni4iinni w 7 i WMTCH ESSWKTCH ESSMMTCH ES jjK Wf 1 An unheard of desire to move them out Saturday Monday and Tuesday arc npeclal days to conduct the drive I am determined to make things hum and they re all o be solid gold Now is the chance of a life time to come in possession of a gem of rare beauty and of intrinsic value W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler PKANKFOllT ROUNDABOUT jtf nteredatthepost offlceatFrankfortKentucky as second class mailable mutter 227 St Clair St zo QBO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT JANUARY 12 189S THE COUltTS United States Appellate Cir Â¬ cuit and County i U The United States District Court met in the court room at the Custom House in winter term on Monday with Judge John W Barr presiding and W J Chinn Clerk District Attorney Smith Assistant District Attorney Arthur Wallace and Deputy Marshal The Sam E Blackburn present following grand jury was empanrendered eled and charged by the Judge Richmond The case of George McGee Thompson Burnam ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Power Frankfort the negro convict who murdered a E foreman OF THE W J Hughes Frankfort I T fellow convict by cutting his FrankSower throat in the dining room at the Rockliavsn Bsllepoint Jas West Frankfort fort Turnpike Company Frankfort Jno E Miles Fank penitentiary several months ago Switzer came up next and late in the H Switzer fort J of Ken f Under the Eugene Rucker Georgetown J afternoon was given to the jury lucky Be It Inns the Commonwealth W L known thut John D Moore u Moore Stoddard S Huiett U N Bradley Georgetown J M who found him guilty of murder Fence in uter audduth JohnE sheets aid W Moure3tv II Nethf rton have this UtJtU day of December Hunt Georgetown H K Ward in the first degree and fixed his 1M1 linoipo tedBethemselves under tlto stylo of j Iih Koekitiieii leiolnt and Kranktort Turn punishment at death pike ComJiny under the following conditions Versailles Chas E Cunningham it name of the corporation shall be the Harrodsburg Richard Vowels COUNTY COURT Frankfort Turnpike Rock avai lleiolnt Company Its inlticlpil place of business and Sparrow C C Trent Lawrence Tne new County Court met in ofllce s iill be Bellepoint Franklin County Kv er 2 Ih of the husluets the burg J W Parrish Midway W its first session Monday morning corporatione shall nature construction of uofturn be the pike lotul fioiii t e ltOvKUnveh lurm to the town B Childers Georgetown County Judge Williams had him- of Fa fori o he iiy of Bellepoint hy Vltnt capital Muck bhallbe of 6000 jury had gone self sworn into office and then ad- thou Miiddoliirs divided into shares blx twenty After the grand 5 dollars ach live to its room the petit juries were ministered the oath of office to the 1 The time if lomiiimcement of business Januury 1 sLill called and the court proceeded to newly elected County Attorney tlilu be the 1st olHe ysi a 15 and shall con lor iwentj 6 TheaftHIrsof the corporation shall be conbusiness Quite a number of Sheriff Clerk Jailer Assessor ducted by a boar of live directors Also u Presi dent Vlct Pres dent atcrtt iry and Ireasurer for violations of the internal Surveyor andMagistrates cases 6 The highest amount of lndebte ness or liability to which the corporation Is at an time to revenue laws were disposed of subject iise f shall not exceed two thirds of Its The new court is composeJ of capital sto k stockholders shall The prvate property the first of the week but Thurs- the County Judge and the follow- be7exemutfrom corporationofdtbts Given under our hands this 2th day of Decem is ing magistrates day the civil docket which ber 1691 W II Netherton quite large was taken up Frankfort R E Gaines W L Pence AT Â¬ J W Gaines foreman J A I KELLEY Williams J R Hawkins Jr Jno DR Mastin Sr R L Grinstead W OF CINCINNATI C will te at the J Lee J A Harrod D B Wal cutt Henry Polsgrove E J Par- Â¬ ker J W Suter and Church FHOEStfKS HOTEL Vaughan IN LEXINGTON KY- The jury went to their room and tin court adjourned for the Saturday January 19 1895 HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surtijc day Tuesday morning the petit operation and wltn little or no piiln juries repotted and the criminal REEKRENCES docket was taken up The case W McKoe Hurdle Frunktou Ky of Willian Bradley charged with J A scott irtinkfoi t Ky Ky Anthony Leucli irankfort Knives Scissors Joois Saws Chains Anvils Gears Harness J r st u ten irankfuit Ky the killing of Boley Dean about a V Berberlch Frankfort K Nails Wire or any tiling in the way ol 1 Hulett Benson Ky Iter year ago was called and both A H LMcClure Frankfort Ky J uutflies Frankfort sides being ready the trial was David Moore Benson Ky Ky jas M WlthrowKrankfoitKy proceeded with It occupied the DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at25H Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Iron Pipe x Powder Shot and Shells Call on West time of the court until a late hour be RishthstreetClnclnuatIaiui where he may every day of each week except SATUR fonnd DAYS Pamphlets describing thess Wednesday night when jt was and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one W I KELLEY M D given to the jury Thursday morn Â¬ by addressing 259 W Eight St CincInnatlO ing a verdict of not guilty was CONSULTATION FREE Broadway W WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS -- ra Â¬ C E COLLINS The Hardware Dealer Â¬ The Barlet Heting OIL STOVE n 1 Â¬ 1 11 i 1 Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ GO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ APPELLATE COURT The new Court of Appeals met in January term on Monday with to l w HI v U t B IT charged Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes Try it and be convinced For sale by 1 us aa follows I have taken but one U Kagrin J Luscher McKee Hardie of your Dr Hales House old Tea and it is the first medicine W W Cherry and M T Mitchell disclosing too UPHOL Â¬ Our I have found that has done me any good STERED FURNITURE For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou- Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For We will offer the laat 10 years I have not been able THERE MLL BE A MEETING OK THE the Benson TurplK Road to do much or any work I feel dull Company eld at the Capital Hotel January 17 ipstaff sleepy and as though I could not stir 1854 for the purpos- - of electing u board of Ave CIRCUIT COURT My bowels would not move oftener directors for the ensuing year JAS HULETT President Die 15 4 than once a After taking The Franklin Circuit Court also package I week much better one am and Every piece of Upholstered Furniturr in our stock consisting of Parlor met on Monday with Judge Jas now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Llghtnlni Hot Drops E Cantrill presiding and Com- For dyspepsia constipation all liver is unbroken the assortment WhataFunnvNama troubles etc it has no monwealths Attorney John S and kidney 25c equal Only and 50c a package Vary Tru hut It Kills All Pala Smith present The following at P H Carpenters drug store a Sold EVorywhoro Evoiy Da- ygrand jury Tvas empaneled and Without Rollof Thora la No Par Dr Prices Cream Baktaf Powder Retiring six judges present Chief Justice Quigley presided at the opening of the court and until the orders made before the adjournment for the holidays were read and signed when he retired and Judge W S Pryor commenced his two years term as Chief Justice Three of the newly Paynter elected Judges Grace and Guffy presented their commissions were sworn in by Deputy Clerk R L Green and took their seats on the bench The docket of the day was then called by Chief Justice Pryor after which the court adjourned Wednesday afterfor the day noon the court completed its re organizition by electing the officers to serve for the next four years Mr E W Hines who has made a splendid officer was re elected Reporter of the Court Mr W S B Hill the Sergeant-at- Arms was also re elected Judge W P Coons of Maysville Was elected Mr Assistant Sergeant-at-Arm- s C C Turner of Mt Sterling was clidsen as Tipstaff and Mr G R lodman re elected as Assistant Â¬ Â¬ JonN D Moore Bridgeport and Farmdale C EVERY STOVE John Moore i TODDAKD HOOKE H Thomas S SUDDUTH HHEETH II Bald Knob Fiat Creek and fcAM Hulett Jan Mm a a aecae raoa Benson Harrod DENTAL - LABORATORY Peaks Mill and Bloomington Rooms 4 and 5 L Hannen ODiniiuU Building Weilzel Forks of Elkhorn and Switzer PRANKFORT KY Jas A Lyon EXTRACTFD WITHOUT k rpEETH with local Pain The following wills were pro- Â¬ MBaaalaa appllatlon Vl u llzed Air orTeeth CALL ON Best Artificial JrTaBP GUAUANTEED 5S PERFECT JJ Â¬ bated James Fitzpatrick B M Hawkins Mrs Susan A Crutcher W B Tracey John J Quinn and Bartlett Davis COUNTY Â¬ No extra 3 to 10 charge for extracting without pain when artifi Â¬ Otter work In propor Â¬ are ordered cial teeth Jan 6 ly tion All work rarrantea WTHGT on Rubber i E POWER nsrT stkeei M A COLLINS -- FOR 3LE ESQ BIS FOR BARGAINS IN- - FARM FOR RENT PLACE Ver Â¬ Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass Oils Will save you money on Guns and A nmunition SUPERVISORS The Board of Supervisors of Tax met at the Court House MonÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ day morning and commenced go- Â¬ the underslgiiMi at nerresuknet on Aim street ing over the books of the Assessor ortoFruuiiCnlnn attorn y Mary J Dudley 12 tf Mrs The board is composed of the following gentlemen John S Har rod Geo S Green Z T Thom asson JohnDriscoll E B Wiley Jesse Riddell and S M Shields fS THE BE3T WHISKY INFRNAK Mr Geo S Green was elected L fort for chairman and County Clerk N B Smith is acting as clerk Family or medical Â¬ sailles pike containing 265 acres Is for rent from March 1st 1W5 to March 1st 1896 The place Is well adapted to general farming stock raising and tobacco trowing and has advantages for dairy and marketing For particulars apply to KNOWN THF FARMcity limitsAS THE DUDLEYthe of Frankfort on the Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Goal Hods Cutlery etc OLD JUDGE CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS BTREETB YOU WANT TO inventory GKE3T I3ST03ST - J W Fairbanks THIS OFFER much until further notice greatlv at l RRDUGED PRICES R ROGERS ttftfa Â¬ mpr uJkLvl I A Pur dray Crew - vm n- - fomb jtamwisnam mk f Tartar Pawjtor jjaj i L lolilftlB SafcVi itiVt jKwrswj ajx A X SON H L f LAWYERS th collector to pay over the sune for pedestrians was kept open represented by their children or to the Treasurer before the next through it until some fifteen years grandchildren in our community WM CROMWELL FRANKFORT JANUARY 12 1815 stated meeting Edwird S Cole ago when the alley was opened Geo W Graham was the grand Attorney at Law man wrs appointed assessor and March 10 1821 Georire Todd father of Prof Wayland Graham LOOKING INTO THE PAST Frankfort Kentucky John Canpbell collector for the was elected a member of the and Mr AJ Graham E S Cole ao ten Kstiite Awnt Will pnictlce In the Court ut Franklin ami man the grandfather of Dr J S iirul Mill also tjlvn sppclalthe ndjoli Iiik counties Â¬ The Records oT tlio Town of year Larkin Simucl aud David board nttPiiton tn tlio pur Graham were elected tr istees to July 30 Met at the house of and Mr J M Coleman Thos chase 11ml sail of real estate of collection of runts South Prankrort claims nud tin negotiation loans fill vacancies occasioned by the E S Coleman Robinson Ba s Todd was the father and Chas S IV CIIINN Which Existed Half a Century resignations of Charles S Todd Larkin Samuel Richard Deaver Todd a brother of Mr James M Ajro Attorney at Law Hosea and Henry Wingate were elected Todd aod John A Mitchell Col Chas S Todd was Rsbinson patrols for 12 month Tax rate an aid upon the staff of Gen Will practice In nil Frankfort Kentucky Some of the present citizens of Cook William Cook St ite Courts Ofllce second Frankfort nre not aware that the Bass and James L Hickman fixed at 10 cents ot the 100 and Wm H Harrison during the lloor custom House w M were appointed patrols for the 100 poll tax war of 1 812 who appointed him South Side was at one time a September 12 Thos V Lough Minister to Russia when he be- arate corporation from Frankfort year Hosea Cook to be captain 01 the Condition of the burrough was given permission to came President He also served yet such is the case and we have of the same May 18 18 19 Larkin Samuel inclose Water street between lots as Minister to Bagota under a Deposit BanR of FranKfort been kindly loaned byMr Landon took his scat as a trustee but Nos 25 26 27 and 28 and the succeeding - administration Mr Taylor an old book containing the At Close of Business David Graham refused to serve river when cai ed on to open the John H Hanna was an uncle of records of the proceedings of the DEO 31 1894 meetings of the Board of Trus- - and George Gayle was appointed same by order of the boaid he was the late J W Hunt Reynolds and ASSETS Edward S Coleman to have the right to remove the lived where the Fern de College is tees of the Town of South Frank- Â¬ in his place 247447 53 Loans and Discounts q s73 25 was elected chairman of the board fails he to pay taxes Overdrafts at present At times there was Cash fort from September 12th 1818 29377 12 162a J6 November 17 Citizens so dis- Â¬ quite a contest for the position of Due from Banks It is The property owners on the up to February 12 1850 211 42 LuwExperiM you o Cross Gimp posed were given the privilege of Trustee aud on one occasion Mr Furniture interesting to look over its square lying between quite 13 03 Protest lbl2 7a pages yellow with age though bell Shelby and Steele streets paying their taxes by working on Hanna and Mr Lirkin Samuel Keal Estate 304294 0 of the were ordered to open the alley Steele street at the rate of 100 were candidates for the position the proceedings of many 77400 00 Capital An order per day The race became so close that Surplus Stock meetings are dull only routine through said square ftj010 44 397 00 January 12 1822 Ordered that when Mr Hanna late in the Old Dividends 63 8 per ct business being transacted yet one which has never been obeyed to 2322 00 Dividend No 1WI396 73 ndlvldual Depositors Work was ordered a fine of 2 be imposed upon any- Â¬ evening voted for Samuel it made ITax gets acquainted with the names of this day 4CU2 04 Expense contingent G0 0 vho managed the affairs of Suspended on Steele street and one watering horses at public the vote a tie with only Samuel interestnna Discount those uoo 30 304294 09 to vote and when the officers of the ttown in the early part of the the street on the bank of the wells Net earnings for six months ending asked Mr Samuel how February 23 fcli bmith was elG Dec 31 1894 6509 95 century names which are not rivtr between Shelby street and Applied as follows The authorized to expend the amount he voir e said he thought Mr No 53 00 owners having the abutment of the bridge Dividend 2322 familiar now their u 36 Interest and Discount Tax 70000 long since passed off the stage of tax rate for the year was made of his taxes in improving Cross Hanna a pretty good judge and ToSurplus 197109 the same as the year before but street Expense contingent 500 ou Accounts of Christopher would vote as he did for Samuel Of all those human existence Bad Debt charged off 411 50 6509 95 who served the town in an official what it was the year before de- Cammack for repairing pump too thus electing himself George Todd was the father of and Kendall Russell for print- Â¬ capacity during the period covered ponent sayeth not H H WATSON Cashier Sworn Ordered that a ing allowed 12 1819 Mrs M J Lewis and the late lst 1695 and subscribed to before me this Jan June by the book not one is now living U Kkenok Notary Public New board composed Mrs Agnes H McClure David Correct Attest mem- Â¬ fine of two dollars and fifty cents 2 March Mr J J Quinn who was a J BUHIKM Hevdmck Vice President Board of Trustees dur- Â¬ be imposed upon any person who of Evan Evans George Todd Graham was the father of Mrs ber of the DIVIDEND NOTICE ing the years 1849 and 1850 sur shall shoot a firelock within the George W Graham David Gra- Â¬ Elizabeth Vallandingham and Mr A dividend of three 3 per cent on capital Ky the If the person ham and Larkin Samuel elected W L Graham George Gayle stockboofpaid toDepolt Bank of Krankfort Sat vived them all but he too was limits of the town will stockholders on and after urday January 6th 1895 gathered to the fathers a few so offending was under age the Geo W Graham made chairman was a brother of the late John Ed Gayle and a teacher who taught weeks ago and only the old book parent or guardian was to pay the and Henry Wingate clerk fine a slave hewasto receive ward S Coleman appointed as- the first school Mr Jas M Todd If remains to tell the present generaG Â¬ ever attended in a house which not less than five nor more than sessor tion what took place at the meet lashes twenty March 16 George Todd and stood where Mr J L Rodmans providing the TSaCB- ings of that bodv Â¬ -The board seems to have had master or some other person did David Graham were appointqd a residence now stands Henry Win no regular place of meeting and not pay the fine for him and ex committee to have spring on Dr gate was the father of Mrs N J The Mitchells lot where Mrs Welch Sawyier and for many yeirs teller held its sessions at private houses empt him from the lashes Ten dollars in the Bank of Kentucky Rev for a number of years generally citizens of the town were given then lived repaired Â¬ permission to finish the market and all the stone necessary for the Eli Smith lived in a house which at the home of one of its memThe stood where the residence of Mr 334 MAIN STREET bers The first meeting of which house at their own expense so purpose was appropriated there is any record in the book that the same might be used as a spring referred to is upon the W J Hughes now stands and FRANKFORT was held September 12 1818 at school house It was ordered that property at present owned by Mr owned Aunt Eddie the old colored Treasurer was woman whose life the boys of the the house of Israel Ellis and a fine of two dollars and fifty T L Edelen George W Graham Hosea Cook cents be imposed upon anyone ordered to pay George Todd 800 city made a burden with their and Edward S Cole an were who should run or strain a horse for 4th and 5th volumes of Littles gibes for nearly half a century before her death Evan Evans was present the latter being president within the limits of the town If Lws of Kentueky Conde ised News 8 An order was en- Â¬ the person was under age the George Todd and the father of the late Humphrey board of the June Stories tered selling that portion of Main parent or guardian was to be held Larkin Samuel resigned as mem- Â¬ and James Evans and built the MiscHlany street lying between Todd street responsible and if a slave he was to bers of the board and David C wonderful stairway in the old capi Womens Department and the town limits to Thomas receive not less than five nor more Humphries and Edward S Cole tol building Thorn is Hampton Childrens Department Todd for one hundred dollars than twenty lashes with the same man elected in their stead was the grandfather of Messts July 13 Tax rate fixed at 10 Richard and Will S The ground thus sold is now the proviso as above Morris Agricultural Department RodSamuel South the father of the 18 19 Henry Win cents on August 7 property of Mr John W 100 and poll tax 50 Political Department and is included in the grass gate was ordered to remove no cents Evan Evans was requested late Col jerry South and J J man Answers to Correspondents father of Hon Geo G - lot lying between his residence more dirt from Main street and to view Steele street and ascertain Vest the U S Vest one of the present Editorials and that of his brother Mr Rus to repair the damage already done what will be the probable cost of Senators from Missouri Everything on Todd street to said street The well in Second making a good road and culvert in sell Rodman Â¬ There is good reason for the popula WILL BE FOUND IN THE At the same meeting it was Or- Â¬ street near Shelby was appropri- Â¬ same rity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Buzard of West Monterey March 19 1823 Samuel South Davis dered that the property holders ated for the use of the town and Clarion Co Pa says It has cured Weekly Conner Journal on so much of Second and Shelby Larkin Samuel and Hosea Cook elected a member of the board to people that our physicians could do A WRH eight column Democratic Newspaper streets as is or may be embraced were appointed a committee to fill the vacancy occasioned by the nothing for ofWo persuaded them to ten HENRY WATTE IISON Is me Editor try a bottle Chamberlains Cough by the turnpike road be dirt cied keep the well and pump in repair resignation of Evan Evans Remedy and they now recommend it PRICE 100 A YEAR 25 and 50 of it with the Â¬ November 17 18 19 The busiMarch 21 Ordered that no cent bottles rest sale us to pave on each side of said turnby Phil Car for The WEELY CaimirftJOimNAL makes pike in front of their respective ness of the year was closed up slaves be permitted to hire them- - penter South Side Druggist liberal terms to agents S unpin copies of the iselves and keep house in the JDont Tobacco Spit or Smoke iKtnUwrtte property and said paving shall and all accounts allowed SulMert wnt fMt0W to ary bounds of South Frankfort On the 4th of March 1820 commence proceed with and be Yoiip iJifo Away VJUUitlEiK JUUniNAli JUlMrANX ordered to same time with election was held at which Ed- Â¬ April 23 Eli Smith completed at the The t uthful sturtllmr title of a b ok about Louisville Ky An order the p operty ward S Coleman George W remove obstruction from Murray bacco hablt the onlyIf harmless tomuakantIKU to said odd -- T H- Eyou want cure iiuli anil cant use No to Hosea Cook Larkin street made by fencing across it eliminates bnc Brac i up ulcotiiiizrd nerves holders paid no attention to as no Graham nicotine poisons makes weak men gain strength weight sidewalk has been laid on part of Samuel and David Graham were Said order suspended at next meet or money refunds and vigor Positive cure or Address Hook at They met on ing at which Francis C Mont- Â¬ The Sterlingdruggist Co mailed free Randolph the streets included in the order chosen as trustees Hemedy Chicago 40 AND THE St New York 10 Spruce St OctC ly the nth and organized by elect- Â¬ gomery was appointed clerk for to the presentday Messrs John H Hanna Alex ing E S Coleman chairman and balance of the year and required Weekly 6auiier Journal Awarded Edward to give 1000 bond for the faith- Â¬ J Mitchell and Charles S Todd Henry Wingate clerk richest Honors Worlds Fair Wlbesentonejearto any addres for 20f were appointed a committee to S Coleman was also appointed ful performance of his duty Bond confer with the turnpike company assessor approved obMay 30 1820 The tax rate March 6 1824 New board and ascertain the level to be in constructing the pave was fixed at 10 cents on the 100 composed of David C Humphries served Accounts of and 100 for every tythe Hosea Thomas Ha npton George Gayle ments aforesaid George Todd for 9050 and of Cook was appointed collector The Lewis F Stephens and John J David C HumPeter G Voorhies for 15 were meetings were now being hed at Vest elected COPYRIGHTS CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT For as allowed and the collector ordered the house of Hosea Cook Several phries made chairman and George prompt answer and an honest onlnlont write to J N fc CO who hare bad nearlr ttf ty years to proceed immediately to collect meetings were held during the Gayle clerk aud treasurer E S experience In the patent business Communlca Mom strictly confidential A Handbook of InÂ¬ otherwise summer but little business was Coleman appointed assessor and formation concerning Pa tenia and bow to ob-the taxes by distress or imu mem sent rree aiso a catalogue 01 mecnan Ical and scientific books sent free March 19 1819 The board transacted Larkin Samuel collector Patents taken tbrouKh Munn A Co recerva special notice In the HclentlfloAmerlcnB and November 18 1820 John H thus are brought widely before the public wtto- Many of the names which ap held a called mesting at the house vu Bin mveiiiur mia spienaia paper uu T elegant lr tint rated huhT of Israel Ellis f and ordered the Hanna was ordered to open the pear in the above are unko vn largestimu itrpulatlon of any scientific work InrtM tna roria S3 a Tear Sample copies sent free MOST PERFECT MADE Building Kdltlon monthly W60 a year Blngl treasurer to call on the cpllector alley running north and south iere npw the individuals having svsAaM Al T4NBia sBmala bbaa wwwwiiuiiiiHrnnfUH riw copies as cents Brery number contains beau which he moved away and left no descend frommAmmonia Alum or any other adulterant UtUI plates In crtmuaotomuEaofMw for a statement of the amount due through his square 2 05j w p0 enabling Sunders to show the DyheMastyeartfWe to do Ithougha passwayfents whiltjjetf othgrse jgnjy Ut4kafh YIAPHl STANDARD WWjT6Tiokk JWo3Swat I wtmmm Â¬ FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT m S1 ti STATEMENT s Ai 1 Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H MATTEEN PuiiMiltr B 11 Â¬ BEST O i Vi 3 H Â¬ Â¬ M s Â¬ I 1 Â¬ ROUNDABOUT wxi DR Â¬ tfictr BAKING POWDfH T KTtlaHRM BBMAwuirL W Â¬ 111 M mm fiWSfcfilar VKHMgrmlF mmmmw 1 MP jf4 t7l tf3 I W Garland OAKS TIKE OZfcTXE OJEC il m With Perfect Ash Pan CALL AND SEE THEM nil A JOHN T BEIilGIOUS Wants to Be Secretury of State BUCKLEY L 4X J ti - w R 0 Fell From a Trestle Baptist Ohurch Rev W 0 Tay of Col J Stoddard Johnston Mr Ben Robinson janitor at lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit Louisville formerly of this city the Custom House who lives to morrow morning at 11 and 700 N railroad near has announce himself a candi down the L p m date for the Democratic nomina- the old Judge Distillery was ceil Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 a m tion for Secretary of State but ing into town early Wednesday V says however that he has neither morning and in crossing the trestle OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Christian Church Rev Georee time nor money to make a canvass just beyond theresidence of Mr Darsie preaches at 11 on Consider As several other R C Nicol he slipped on the One Another andat 730 on The of the State gentlemen who want the same icy ties and fell to the ground be- pnp pcivfrn a six room rksi- Peril of Conceit JSx XL Li ll dence on Clinton street Young Peoples Society of position seem to hive both are low a distance of about eighteen The Christian Endeavor meets in the lec- allowing no grass to grow under feet breaking three ribs and bruis- JfcKnO WILL DUY YOU A FRAME COT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE tjDUVSV tage of 3 rooms on Second street Soul Malt House property on Mero street ture room at 645 Topic This property Is well equipped for malting or would their feet and offices do not ing himself so severely that he South Side Hunger and Soul Food Psalm 84 make a fine warehouse or manufacturing establishment chase people down now a day has since been confined to bed 1 12 Leader Western D Purr FARM FOR SALE Sunday school meets at 930 will hardly get there the Colonel ON SEC Mctlures great cut sale posiJ JJX RTfl NT STOREROOMSouth Side ond wtreet if he sits down in Louisville and tively closes Wednesday Btttter OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF WE ucres situated on Georgetown Catholic Church Rev Father expects the office to come to him not wait or you will lose a bargain pike 8 miles from Frankfort the This is very turnproÂ¬ 8 MARSHALL CO p v v- - 1 Â¬ Â¬ Real Estate Agents i m i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W E Qorey the pastor will conduct Â¬ the services at Church of the Good Shepherd to morrow Snils February 10th Low mass at 730 a m High mass Rev George Drrsic sails from 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m New York February 16th orthe ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup- Â¬ plied with water and Is especially adapted to stock raising The neighborhood is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur- Â¬ roundings attractive TV VI Tobacco Laud Episcopal Church Rev R L McOready 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 Mc Clusky Bluyney D D the pastor The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor mqeta in the lecture room at 645 Â¬ First Presbyterian Church of the Normannia steamer Ham burg America Packet Com His party will number pany thirty and will include seven ministers of different denomina- Â¬ Three or four whole famitions lies including ladies will be along The members of the party have The been carefully chosen Roundabout expects to hear from him hcvera times while he is gone Â¬ 260 ACRE FARM FINE L4ND WITH GOOD IMPROVE ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is This larm Is well adapted to stock ralslutr or will rahe fine tobacco as well as all othercrops suited for this climate Will sell on easy pay in ants offered for sale of line tobacco land near Forks of Elk horn 25 acres sod broken this year leaving tbe renuli lnu 123 acres in gitus For terms call at our office or on R C Church ngeut on the premises O FFEH FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES fiAHn WILL BUY A FRAME COTTAGE OF 6 rooms on East Mulii street WILL BUY ABRICIC RESIDENCE oi Holmes street Â¬ 1 of 7 rooms with lot 07 by 150 feet KClC jvv COTTAGE OF FOUR IilRAME Hill This property will and on very easy payments only payment being required with the weekly ROOMS AT be sold cheap h small cusli on TfiP riXl Q A T OAiiDj East Main Tj1 we stret at a bargain a double frame cottnge offer for sale balance paid fyy aiid refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys 11 Below will ho found a list of adver- Â¬ Liver and Bcwela cleauses the sys liead tised letters for the week ending tem effectually dispels cold acles and fevers and cures habitual m Jan 12 189 1 Syrup of Figs is the constipation p Bates Mrs Maria Meehan Mr Anthony Breading Gar only remedy of its kind ever pro Bunting Miss Ponn Mrs Marduced plenVuig to the tnste and ac tha Uander oeplajlo to the stomach prompt in Southern Presbyterian Church Barbour Mrs A Poor James ifa action and truly beneficial in its Pavne Harriett L Rov D Clay Lilly the pastor will effects prepared only from the most Peifer Chas H occupy the pulpit morn Â¬ Callum Mibs Maggie Penn Miss Amelia lieal thy and agreeable substances its ing at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Riggs Miss E Currens Miss many excellent qualities commend it Pviicker Miss Alfa 10 all and have made it the most Sunday school at 930 Kitty Demars Mr Lutie Robinson Mr A pnpuhr remedy known Elliott Miss Rose P Â¬ isyrrp of Fig3 is for sale in 50c Synder Mrs The week of prayer has boen ob- Field Henry buttles by all leading drug Going Miss Caro Frances served at the First Presbyterian Spaulding Mrs line G Any reliable druggist who irics Ohurch this week prayer meetings Goitis Daniel Mary amy not have it on hand will pro being hold every evening during the Gray Mr John Short Mr Martin euro it promptly for any one who Hose Mrs W E Smith Mrs C Jweek in the lecture room Hayden Mr Alf Turner Miss Net- - wishes to try it Do not accept any ubilitute tio Ingtnman Mr MATRIMONIAL Vontres Sam Simon CALIFORNIA FIC SYRUP CO Willard James Jones Mrs O SAV FRANCISCO CAL Mr Jns Kidwell Wm Smith Muihoiland Mr John Winn HEW Y0IIK NY LOUISVIUC iY Miller H Smith and Mi s Fannie Mul Mvers Mr Lane Wigginton Mr Mrs Sarah John L Whittnker Mr holland of the Cedar Run neigh J S Methodist Church Rev F Polletc the pastor will occupy pulpit to morrow morning at oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meeta at 930 a Epworth League convenes at 7 m in the class room OJXTE Hoh the method and results when Advertised Letters at Frankfort cjyrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ENJOYS Kentucky his Â¬ adjoin Judge Dianes propeity TAYLOR AND THE BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms sale on good twenty foot street and Tliese lots are on a rooms and nil other necesviry improvements locat d on good turnpike road two iiillei from Frankfort Is offered for sale This Is very desirable property RADnCN PADU UnliULIl l nnrn FORJSALE P new Irame cottage of four seven acres with Â¬ FOR SALE Lo210 A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES FINELY good cated 8 miles Frankfort on a turnpike roid upon which there Is a brick resiÂ¬ Â¬ A GREAT BARGAIN Â¬ laud at Thorn Hill This property la nicely lo-Â¬ cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike anil will be on weekly paj men s to the right dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and party sold If all other necessary Improvements This land is low llgure not told Immediately will rent at a In a high state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition und In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain offered seven rooms and two frame Isresldenco of in a new two story acres of FOfSALE indl FGRSALE TWO Is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OK 6 ROOMS ovls street with lot 5a by 100 feet Tills on Taylor avenue This Is good property and will be sold on easy payments to tli right party If jou are Interested come TWO FBVME COTTAUE3 0FFOLTR ROOMS Â¬ L p- B MARSHALL 17 CO yi m Â¬ -- v ft Warren Ohio By Chesapeake were inarred at the Mud Miss Caroborhood line residence of Mr James Wilson When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M after- advertised in South Frankfort Tuesday WASHINB HEW YORK PHILADELPHIA noon Mistake Its a TQN BOSIOK and all Eastern Cities To neglect caring for a cough or cold Deaths Every time you cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation FRANKFORT Evans Mr Rob rt Evans son is started that in a Bhort time is Shortest Line between EASTERN LEXINGTON and difllcult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ POINTS of the late Humphrey Fvans died hold Cough Cure has such a magic allaying all irriTuesday evening at ihe home of effect upon a cough Time curd In effect M iy IS 1894 tation bo quickly that every personÂ¬ I euis street after in the land should always have a bot liis mother on EAST BOUND tle of this wonderful medicine on F F V Express No 22 dully Lve Lexington 1161 A H an illness of several weeks with hand to begin taking at once upon 815 a m Midland Accom No 20 dally ex buu 7 No 24 dully typhoid fever His funeral took the first appearance of a cold It Vestlbuled Kxpiess No 28 dally ex 8un580Ppm M costfi only 25u and 0O0 a bottle at Mt Sterling AccomWJUJT BOUMU place Thursday morning at n P H Oaupentkus drug store a Arr Lexington oclock from the family residence Mt Sterling ccom No 27 dally ex Sun7 60am J6 21 dally No Wantko A good cook Room Atlantic Express No 25 dally ex Sun 114 KK a m ru Midland Accom 600 pm Apply at Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally IMltJjS and fuel furnished Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dlnlnir Cars once to Only 20 hours Frankfort to New York via this roue In Uellepoint on Mks W Ii Rodman Hrawner Both tbnugU trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers Saturday January 51 h t Mr U W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky 0 BHYAN Henry Jirawner and wife a daught- Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder H W FULLER Â¬ Â¬ 9-f- 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN 1 It meam that tti Queen n4 Creient Jtnuto Is IT mllci ihortert tratwem Cincinnati ami lexlngtuut Ulniili i ilmrtiit Cincinnati to Blr tninphamt to mill iliorteit Cincinnati t Niw Orleans liuuillviihortoik Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JuikaouYille ilurldu SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS letween til of tho nhnvo yolnti Throiun Tars to VlckfcurR an 1 Mirer Uhy liiij running throiifrli i u inclunntl tj Knoxvllto and jiort Direct lluo to Jexua uinl JloxK j vU Ni w Orlcani or ii V Ashevtl la Win fejiort Aik aKinta ulxiut tmiM I iCulifurnli In in ImItIIIi n i it iraj ui rmKUa FhcllwMa ami I inriiiiinrK direct iu ultli vuwiiUl trui t j 1 uinti buutri W I KlNKVir jail 0 Ccnll 1rioi u J QUEEN AHD CREEC f K2liT -- V m W er Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma iiml Puss Agt Wafchlnutoii 1 0 ASSl UtUl CluclDnatl 1IUH AKl he Roundabout Exeoutestieat ly promptly v Job Printing fMBlttWlrf JAtiAiMltk jfk ii j - tWihkl ill i I I K w 0 u- - and finally result d in his rhind becoming affected and he was sent Some to the asylum at Lakeland For the First Time in Tlilrty months since he was walking up Odd Ycivva a Criminal Gets on the railroad track near Anchor the Death Penalty In the age having gotten away from Franklin Circuit Court the Asylum was struck by an L N train and so badly injured Georjje McGce a negro convict that paralysis ensued which finally in the penitentiary who stabbed produced his death to death a fellow convict Jin A Close Call the prison several months ago was tried in the Circuit Court Prof W A Diehle who was Thursday and the jury found him a resident of this qity for several guilty of murder in the first years came near being drowned degree giving him the death in attempting to cross the Ohio Unless the Governor penalty river from Louisville to Jefferson interfers and commutes the sent- Â¬ villc Indiana in a skiff Wednesence to imprisonment for life day night aftcrthe ferry boat had Frankfort win at last have a legal stopped running Hirf skiff was v hanging caught by drift wood and he came The last legal execution which near being carried over the dam took place here was in 1859 the After battling with the swift cur- Â¬ criminal being a negro woman a rent for nearly two hours he slave of the late Jacob Swigert abandoned his boat jumped into who was hired to Mr Hiram the nyer arid swam to a clump of l Berry as a cook and attempted to willows near the Indiana shore to family by placing poison the whole which he clung until rescued by a quantity of arsenic in a bowl of the night watchman at the car soup served one day for dinner He lost his violin coat works All of the family who ate the soup hat music stand and a lot of were made violently ill but no one music which he left in the boat died from the effects of the poison The woman was arrested and tried Store Burglarized Elijah Nuttal who before Judge A burglar entered the grocery was then Circuit Judge and Judge P U Major was the prosecuting of Mr W J Scottow on Broad attorney The case created great waySunday night by prizing open excitment and the courtroom was a back door opening into an alley crowded all during the trial and stole twelve gold filled and silver while Judge Nuttal was pronounc- Â¬ watches some cigars and what ing the death sentence after the change there was in the cash jury found the woman guilty one drawer leaving several checks unThe loss is about cne could scarcely hear a person touched The breathe so deathlike was the hundred and fifty dollars police have been at work on the silence in the dense crowd Captain Harry I Todd was Sher- case ever since and hope to land iff and Harry R Miller Jailer at the the thief in jail before many days timeand upon these two devolved Â¬ TO HAVE A TiEGAIi HANG ING BLUE NOTES G KASS NEAVS READ Â¬ JOHN KCIIOLS ST JOHN BOVLE f ECEIVKIK OF INTEREST TO OUR ERS IN KENTUCKY C 0 Till ki S W R R- Â¬ MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE mWM nwiMouii4tvsniuiiiiueuH Telegraphic KoportH of Given In 11 KvimiU ConcNo Fiirin - An lutei Jan 5 of the Week entlng tin Chore tub From Here Collection of Throughout tho State liiipi To Limited MEMPHIS W ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDK Hakuohsburg Ky a 111 Mils JvK rn fine iiiJiiviit lil AMERICAN cnw3 TGIUC3 COKPAtt MW VOWN Ullt m SUCCtSSCR ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE Â¬ SWEET CAP ORAL Friday Sheriff lolin I Van Arsdall shot and almost instantly killed Dr h L Harrod Tho killing took place on Lawyers Kow where Dr Harrod had an office Tho physician had just re turned from a call 011 Judge O A Hur diu who has been lying at the poiut of death After going to the postoflko ho had gotton as far as his office door where he was intercepted by the shoritf who opened fire on him at close quar ters firing threo shots two tukiug ef fect in the body aud one missing Â¬ Â¬ At 11 LOUISVILLE TQ IS THE M03T PERKECT SERVICE MEMPHIS VICKSBUKG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS laftJ w Â¬ tf i CIGARETTE Hm stood the Teit ef Time MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER RANDS COMBINED Dec 16 1 y a P U Cj 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 749 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila- Â¬ m delphia 1120 a m and New Â¬ if It was charged that Dr Harrod York 140 p m The train will was the author of this circular as ho lived in with Vau consist of Composite Car Elegant had aud was athe housesupporter ofArs dall the strong Day Coach with Smoking Com- sheriff in his first race The dead man partment Dining Car Pullman graduated ut Louisville four years ago He is a Sleeping Cars of the latest and and located here a young wifenative of Ohio He leaves a most Â¬ few seconds before tho shoot ing Van Aivdall was talking to Jailer Chatham who had started home but hearing tho first shot and tho doctor call out murder I19 returned iu time to see the last two shots and the doctor fall The causes leading up to the killing are attribuablo ro the recant election in this county Van Arsdall was u can didate for reelection and was opposed by tho doctor An anonymous circular in which Van Arsdall was raked fore and aft in his domestic relations was sent out He was charged with throw Â¬ ing a bucket of water ou his sick wife while she was in bed in order to make her get up aud cook breakfast It was also charged that he had unmercifully whipped his grown daughter with a club Van Arsdall was defeated for u Â¬ Â¬ Just South Rate and Southwest VI 1 Tickets nnil all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co If not address McBRIDB W J vellng Tr Pass Agent Louisville Ky T B LYNOH Genenl Passenger Aceiit Louisville Ky SE33NTX most improved Â¬ Â¬ rJT- - M I V m B 9 and James Â¬ Munday two convicts confined in the penitentiary were tried in the Â¬ Circuit Court yesterday for mak Â¬ ing their escape from that institu- Â¬ tion on the 17th of last Septemin a white ber and both got a verdict of one woman was dressed shroud seated upon her coffin in year longer in the pen an open furniture car and driven Yesterdays Fire through the streets to the scaffold the Sheriff and Jailer being seated The alarm of fire yesterday with the driver with a large afternoon about 130 oclock was Arriving at the occasioned by a small blaze in the crowd following gallows after the woman had been roof of a frame building at the given an opportunity to make her west end of Wapping street The last statement the rope was damage was slight and caused by placed around her neck the a defective flue wagon driven from under her and Will Lecture she was allowed to hang until dead Rev W T Bowling D D This was if we remember of Lexington will deliver a lec aright in September 1859 but ture at the Methodist Church in since that time six negroes have this city on Tuesday evening Jan- Â¬ been hung by mobs in the county uary 24th on the subject of mar- Â¬ five here and one at Peeks riage Mill but scores of others white Change of Time and black have committed crimes equally as deseving of the rope1 Cresent change of Queen some of whom have gone un- whipped of justice while the others time went into effect Sunday got off with light sentences Now November 18th Through train that a start has been made in the to Florida and to New Orleans right direction perhaps the good leaves Cincinnati 830 a m Lex1 100 a m arrives Chattawork will go on until the number ington nooga 630 p m Jacksonville of murders in this county is ma- Â¬ next morning at 1000 and New Life has been Orleans at 930 a m terially decreased Evening train carries sleeper to considered entirely too cheap here Jacksonville via Birmingham C for a long time W Ry ofGa andS F Local train for Chattanooga Uncle Joe Read Dead leaves 745 a m Blue Grass VesÂ¬ Hon Jos B Reed of Louis- tibule 400 p m Chas Wf ville who for several terms was Zell D P A Cincinnati O door keeper of the Senate and a 100000 People Dlo gentleman well known in this Annually in this country of con- Â¬ died Wednesday city morn sumption Think of it One adult out of morning at the Asylum at Lake- Â¬ stages every six and yet in the early all pulmonary complaints may land The old gentleman fell up- be readily controlled by Dr HaleB Household Cough Oure cer is on the icy pavement in this city tain remedy for coughs Itand a colds some four or five winters ago whiob if left to themselves bring on pulmonary consumption Pleasant breaking his hip and otherwise in- Â¬ to tako Children like it Tho price juring himself from the effects of is right only 25 and 56 centB a bottle at P H Caraenters drug which he never fully recovered store b Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the duty of conducting the execution A gallows was erected out on the Versailles pike just beyond the gate leading into the Dudley farm in an open lot between the pike and the old railroad fill On the day appointed the Â¬ One Year Each Keating Lackey Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake slnd 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 interesting 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 transact 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 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 New London 530 p m m Providence 7 1 5 p m and Boston Â¬ an charming lady who was a Miss WalObservation Car Emphasis is lace of Lexington No citizen stood higher aud had especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ built up a large aud remunerativeheprac Â¬ Â¬ design and M m ron a trial months subscription TO THE M H LOUISVILLE M M TIISI B B tice FOUR CORNERED Salvlsa DUEL Â¬ THE BRIGHTEST AND BEST AFTERNOON rKR IN THE Experts With Knife and Gun Come To Ky only modern tran lighted through- Â¬ out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Car The Washington and Atlantic Express also an Electric Lighted Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ nati at 700 p m reaching Washington 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 bout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day Â¬ 830 p m The F F V is the gether at Harrodsbuug Ky Jau 8 At Sal visa a small village 10 miles from here Sunday night iu a fight between Syl vester aud Seymour Jordan on oue side and Will Wright and Jim Cosby on the other Seymour Jordans throat was cut from car to ear and Sylvester Jordan was shot in the neck probably fatally How Wright aud Cosby escaped with out a scratch is a miracle as both the Jordaus wero exports in the use of both pistol aud knife Tho Jordans had been terrors iu that end of Mercer county for years Der wood Jordan another brother is uow serving a term iu the penitentiary It was these same Jordaus who sev eral years ago defied the couuty offi cers Sheriff Smith then asked Gov ernor Buckner for troops but was re fused The men were finally captured in the Kentucky river cliffs The latest news from the wounded men is that they cau not live blspute Ends In Murder Paducah Ky Jan 3 A terrible cutting ilray occurred near this city the victim being mortally wounded John Williams and his brother were discussing the comparative merits of the steamboat aud the locomotive with R D Meade a farmer The elder Wil liams and Meade came to blows and the other brother then interfered He drew his knife aud slashiug into Meado cut him in 12 places Suing- For a Diamond Maysvillk Ky Jau 4 Mrs Dr Wardle of Hartwell near Cincinnati has brought suit htre against her deceased sons wife to recover a diamoud shirtstud that she had presented to hr son while living Dr Wardle was one of thfc leading dontists here and his wife who was Miss Belle Wallingford is a member of one of the oldest and most respected families iu this com muuity War on Shiners Ashland Ky Jan 8 The war on the illicit distillers of the eastern part of the state is beiug prosecuted as vigorously us when first begun early iu the fall The last capture of importauce was made Sunday night ou Short creek near Boweu Station on tho Lexington aud Eastern railroad iu Powell couuty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H Latest Market Quotations H Latest State News H All the Local NewsReports H Complete Press H H I H fl bbbbbbI H H Largest Circulation in the South 30000 AND OVER DAILY I H B 150CENisyflONTH Or A 500 a Year by Mali H JNO H I r HALDEMAN Bus AVENUE 80S FOURTH LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY H VM H bbbbbV Kentucky Midland Ry G B Harper Receiver only direct line between - nti j3 tfcfjj CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT f rinorestnnd quickest between Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Car ttamille mouth and Cynthiana Corington VIA ASK FOR TICKETS KT MIDLAND TRAINS RUN BY GENTflAL STANDARD 0 1831 TIME In effect Dec SCHEDULE TRAINS E 1ST Lv Frankfort A OF A M I I TRAINS M AI No 1 No 2 30 M No 51 P M No 7 Summit LvElkhorn Lv Lv stamping Ground Lv Duvall Lv Johnson B Lv Georgetown Ar C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Lvrivltzer The spe No 2 fNo 4 IN06IN0 8 TRAINS WEST Dr Halos Household Ointment cial election held in Trigg couuty to C 945 681 decide the question of licensing saloons Lv Paris 965 545 Is the finest remedy in the world resulted in a victory for the temperauce Lv Elizabeth 1000 555 uv Centervllle 108 610 It absolutely cures catarrh It cures people who carried the couuty by 400 Lv Newtown 1230 v 0 S Depot 1037 642 Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures majority B 1041 645 645 1283 Lv Georgetown Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum 1046 6 61 Lv Johnson His Neck Broken 1051 6 57 Lv Duvall in the most soothing manner Cures Newcastle Ky Jan 4 Charley Lv Stamping Ground 1069 703 617 106 Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids 1109 713 635 126 sou of R Pearsou was Lv Swltzer Cures Coughs and Colds Can be the Lv Eltctiorn 1116 720 645 140 7 1122 726 160 internally A positive specific thrown backward out of a sleigh and Lv Summit taken A 1130 736 716 200 for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns his neck broken He lived only a few Ar Frankfort Chilblains Sores of long standing minutes after being taken to his home arrive Lexington Leave Frankfort S0 a V 45 a in Corns and Bunions are cured quiokly Leave Frankfort 7 a m arrive Cincinnati Took Morphine different from all else superior to all 1020 a m else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Newcastle Kyi Jan 4 Miss Cos leave Frankfort 230 p in arrive Cincinnati Largo size cheapest Sold at P H sie Swigard of this county committed 625 p in SUNDAY TRAINS 8 Carpenters drugstore suicide by taking morphine Bad leave Oeorgtown 1087 a m j arrive Frankfort health is supposed to be the cause of the llb0Hni Leave Frankfort 280 p in arrive Georgetown rash act Miles Nerve and Liver Fills 8 Â¬ I 1 Hopkinsville Ky Jan Temperance People Wlu Ar Paris 0 700 706 711 718 728 784 740 747 753 808 816 821 830 k M I 236 244 249 306 313 319 333 348 405 415 430 SO 880 840 910 8G5 98l 100S 415 425 440 456 516 645 560 1000 M PM fMUM Hi 111 3 Act on a new principle regulatin the liver stomach ana bowels theme the nerves A new discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samples fret at J W GayleB Frankfort Ky 46ly Kentucky Notes arrive Frankfort were cremated iu their home ue r Wil Suit ion Ky liamsons The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec The leaf tobacco sales iu Louisville last shortest and cheapest rouiotoall year amounted to 101640 hogsheads for the tions form the points north south east and west information apply to their agents round sum of 10000000 For further Matilda Gaines colored wiia found 6KOBHABPM CDBERCAW frozen to death on the NlcholasvIHe pike Receiver and Gen Bupt Gen Pass Agt tbjgemnegjrom Lexington Ky Frankfort Ky Â¬ Four children of Daniel White colored Leive Frankfort 280 p in 62ft p m Leave Cincinnati 730 a 111 1130 a in arrive Cincinnati Â¬ O CRUTCHER Mens Clothing For Cash Mens Suits all wool Mens Suits Mens Fine Dress Suits Worth g now 12 5 STARKS i A M w vi M Hf m r va 1 on reliable and seasonable The extraordinary values which we are now offering gcods canbe judged from the following quotations Mens Overcoats For Cash Mens Chinchilla Ulsters 15 Worth Worth Worth Worth now JS750 and 25 now 22 Mens Stylish and Fashionable Ulsters Mens Stylish and Fashionable Ulsters Worth 20 00 now 1500 1000 now 600 1500 now 1000 Mens Underwear and Overshirts For Cash Mens Camel Hair Shirts and Drawers Mens Heavy Overshirts Mens Canton Drawers Worth 50c now 37c Worth 75c now 49c Worth 60c now 45c Mens and Boys Winter Caps For Cash All Wool Cassimere Caps Seal Plush Caps Fur Satin lined Caps Worth Worth Worth 50c now 35c 125 now 75c 1 25 now 75c I Meiis Shoes For Cash rtf fittS Mens and Ladies Arctic Overshoes For Gash Mens Good Warm Arties Mens Good Warm Arties Ladies Arties Ladies Plain Rubbers V Heavy Cork sole Shoes Heavy Boots Heavy Boots E Childrens Bootsj small sizes red tops Worth 300 now 2 oc Worth 250 now 175 Worth S200 now 5149 Worth 100 now 39c gi Only 75c 25 140 upto 175 Worth 1 25 now 90c Worth 35c now 22c Mens Pants For Cash Mens Best Jeans Pants Mens Best All Wool Cassimere Pants Mens Best All Wool Cassimere Pants Worth 150 now 95c Worth 350 now 200 Worth 650 and 800 now Ladies Shoes For Cash Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Patti Opera T e Patti Opera Toe French Kid all styles Bennetts make Heavy Calf Dongola Dongola Worth 150 now 100 Worth 200 now 150 Worth 500 now 3 00 Worth 150 now 125 Fur Rugs For Cash I Rocky Mountain Goat Rugs Rocky Mountain Gnat Rugs Chinese Cat 30 skins Russian Wolf Rugs Worth Boys 500 now 350 now 600 now 12 00 now 1250 and Childrens Suits For Gash Worth 400 now 275 Worth 1200 now 5 00 Worth 350 now 250 Worth Worth 8 00 Worth 1500 Worth 1650 Boys Satinet Suits 3 pieces long pants Boys All Wool Suits ayes 13 tq 19 Childrens Ail Wool Suits ages 5 to 13 Childrens All Wool Suits ages 5 to 13 Childrens Satinet Suits ages 4 to 13 400 Worth 200 now now 300 125 OaruLtcHei Sell the brick house with eiht acres of ground attached in Bridge Â¬ Dr W E Bixter has invented a port known as the John Jenkins hand oven for campers use The house property for 1450 which is also a kit case suitable to could not be built to day for less carry all the coling utensils th n twenty five himdred dollars used with it and can be sepaand Col Ford got a bargain rately or in connection with Win II Wheeler the convertible tabic which the Doctor patented some time ago A prominent contractor and builder a smoker ting made so as to fit into the of Adams N YM washis great bub did cigar for years He liked table when converted into a kit not like the serious throat trouble case This last invention is made that began to come upon him ina the A tlKnita rtf n ltinrVi n rrtftiTfli n f sheet iron wi h the inside case expressed it he was afraid he was have a Grant bright tin so as to reflect the Rolnjr to he began usingthroat At Dr Hales this stage i ne leys arc uewciidmc Household Uintment annivinir it fat airectiy co tne uuncn inside his u uluglMUUUM ft lv vw throat several times each dav A lot in use and when in cimp they few weeks of this treatment entirely oao inroai ana lan be fitted into pi ce in a second cureu methftt it vorked a iur wneeiep Btateg inost won rand the oven srottcn ready for derful cure in his case and that he re- baking only a few coals having to a8 tho jrreatest medicine of the 19th It cures all inilammation K w mUH nnrler it- frnm tlu- - Kiitin- century 9fifi atA ISOf linYPB nt P H Carpen- When packed the whole ters drug store fire a affair can be readily carried in the Down in a Coal Mine hand or slipped undar a bugy Eugene Hramlelt son of ex seat occupying very little room itself but capable of holding any Gov Thomas E Bngmlett who The was Governor of this State from quantity of mall articles Doctor will take out a patent upon 1863 to 1S67 is a coal miner and it at once A large firm in Chica- he and his sons are working in a go has taken a hold of and is coa mine at Rich Hill Missouri manufacturing the convertible Carlton Cornwell foreman of the table for the market and have Gazette Middletown N J believes writte for the oven to be sent on 8houid be in eVery homo He uBed to them at once that the two may it for a cold and it effected a aspeedy cure He Hays It is indeed grand be turned out together as they remedy I can recommend to all I used for think both will prove great sellers have also seen itbest resultsWhQdpirijr 25 and cough with the 50 cent bottles for sale by PiriL Car lleetors Aid penter South Side Druggist Â¬ Jpma W Kills m0 Hair 1 wmm Jini sVi 99 4 Another Invention BIG FOUR ROUTE Uestldnc to the Xortli and Eust All lines from the South make in Central direct connections Union Station Cincinnati with through trains of the Big Four to Chicago St Louis Indianapolis Columbus Cleveland New York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ mation call on nearest agent or address E O McCormick DB Martin- - Pass traffic Mgr Genl Pass Ticket Agent Cincinnati O Â¬ G m Diandruff jhe WIN rants - MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to ABSOLUTELY BIFF imr- K L m bbb AV CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST m m Vestibued Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs Accommodations mm BCUP the EM ii Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning J AMD- W LIIQS THE 11 II - Rv - 1- Brady teacher of will give lessons in Sax For Sals by All guitar tons celebrated method the jJ i latest and most approved Pianos Vc Vt ly tuned and repaired t First class references furnished For terms c aoply at 318 Clinton street m Henry Tf t vr iArK n i For Further Information Address SL Bryan C P 4 W 5 Crush D Pi A j LOUISVILLE OR KY J 45 tf TABLERSniln i BUCK EYE For Sale Good second hand phaeton in good repair Call and see it i 5 OINTMENT A SURE rillD USD CO Tas Barker G P A Chicago Tl tf Black IIursey CURES NOTHING BUT PILES m FOUR BflQTE THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago Alitrains enter Chicago on the Illi- - Â¬ BEST REMEDY for PILES Pretutd IKV known for IB years as tho by CBAB8S0 BT and CERTAIN CURE I0U13 BEST LINE S911 nTTLiTDiiTraGisTS ItMy chicIgo SolJd Ventibulcd Twins with Buffet Parlor Cars Elegant Couches Dlnlntj Cum Wugner SleepltB Cars and latest Improved Private Com Â¬ partment Buffet Sleeping Cars inanlllcleitly furnished with toilet accessories In each com Â¬ partment TO AND FROM nois Central tracks along six miles of 1 Â¬ The Rectors Aid of Ascension 1 Church will hold their weekly sale Feb ah of edibles to dny at the store of and i8 io April 23 Mrs M R llnff on St Clair the Midland will sell tickets to street m Cincinnati and return at half fare Cheap Property to persons holding an admission ticket to the Cincinnati Oichestra Co or Apolo Club concert on the Messrs L B Marshall real t state agents sold on Monday above dates Tickets good for to Circuit Clerk Thomas BFord three days1 j V f - To Cincinnati ri the Lake Front through the most picturesque portion of tho city and land passengers in the magnificent Now Central Station on Twelfth street and Lake Front This station is con Â¬ venient to Abe Auditorium Richelieu Victoria Hotels and with Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Wabash Street Qable Lines and the South Sjdo Elevated Railway Con venient stops arp also nmdo at Hydo Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Second street Stations Magnificent Vestibulod Trains Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Gars Private Compartment Buffet Sleep ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No transfer across Cincinnati to make connections Your ticket should road via the Big Four Route to enjoy these privileges E O McCormick Pass Traffic Merr D B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt ae lvour itouie Ulncinnatl- - u and-X-elanÂ¬ 10ST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREAM FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE EVERY GUARANTEED ST LOUIS Pn JieRnt 9uehei Buffet Sleeping Cars olid Vestlbdled Trains lIulr Cars with Buffet Tailor and Wagner BOSTON flieoiily UirouBh Sleeping Car line fioin Cin cinnati ilegunt WuKiierSleepliutars Â¬ SOU BY ALIO DRUGGISTS Prrpirfd bjr niciURiisos ami UINK CO st tons Mu j- - i2 Tif outhweftcrn Limited Solid Vtlbi led Tr id s wiin Combination Library Bullet and biuokluguun Wnner Sleepln Carn Klouant Cwiclieh an DlnlnirCarslaiiillnK piisseneers In New York City at 41 btieet Depot Positively NEW YORK ly NO FERRY TRANSFER Be sure your tickets read via MCCORMICK D y cuteHat tjiis a Job work neatly exe PussTrafllc Manager K BIG FOUR olce BMARTIN Genl Pass picket Agt CINCINNATI w i VfipjlL - L kkildfey 1V Wm i