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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rV 1s t Tttf GEO A FlfcAIKFORT ROUNDABOUT A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERDEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XVIII fyTmJfPlCrX e FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JANUARY IV 1895 20 H v Ct iV Wednesday evening being the time upon which a committee of the State National Bank made an Of the great Great Clearance Sale Another annual examination into the affairs of the bank counted the cash in the vault added up the amount of the bills c on hand the ROYAL BAKING POWDER is more economical than Of goods have been officers of the bank gave the dibrands because of its greater leavening strength as rectors a supper after their labors were completed A few gentle- Â¬ shown by both the U S and Canadian Government Reports men not members of the board The other baking powders contain from 20 to 80 per cent less were also invited to attend and at In addition to the great bargains advertised last week the ROYAL So the ROYAL even should half past ten oclock the whole leavening gas than party repaired to the restaurant of it cost more than the others would be much the cheaper Mr J W Freeman where an canananann eacucacaea In addition to this the superior flavor sweetness wholesome elegant spread had been prepared and to which all did ample justice ness and delicacy of the food raised by ROYAL BAKING Thr fpact rnnaiQffd nf ciihctTint ialo rnnnrana POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant as well as delicacies and was topped Bauucaisu off with wine and cigars While of all in The verv low prices no toasts were drank or speeches Latest U Government Food Report made many a good story was C nundred yards White Goods listened to and the party sat at the at 5 cents worth 8J a yard lot of Embroideries choice table until the hour of midnight I c cents worth 15 to 20 cents at ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL 8T NEW YORK lne business management of a yard the bank being in the hands of 4g boxes Ice Wool all colors able financiers is one of the most at 15 cents a box worth 25 cents Only Fell on the Pavement Another Thief Caught prosperous financial institutions in 847 yards Foulard Calico the be5t made onl 5 cents a yard Only a pebble dropped In the sea Officer Gordon arrested George the State and its officers know as Mrs John T Buckley started Dropped on the oceans silent crest dzen B f ched Twels to go out to her flower pit at her Grives a young negro on Wed- well how to manage a banquet as Only n ripple It seemed to be Ruffled the surfuce soon at rest home on the corner of Second and nesday upon the charge of break Â¬ a bank as all can testify who par- Â¬ 15 cents a piece But steadily onward the wavelet bore Main streets Tuesday evening ing into the shoe shop of Mr took of their hospitality 22 White Counterpanes very Till the waters were shaken from thore to shore heavy large size at 85 cents Only a word In n careless tone when she slipped on the icy pave- Â¬ Allen Brady several weeks ago Elected Deacons worth Si 25 Silently caught by a listening ear ment and fell striking the back of and stealing a pair of pants and a Only a shade on the countenance shone 150 yards Canton Flannell vat 4 After the regular prayer meet- Then seemingly passed as a falling tear head against the bricks and cut- Â¬ pair of shoes When caught cents worth 5 cents a yard But onward the thrill to the soul was borne ting an ugly gash in the scalp Graves had the pants on but had ing at the hirst Presbyterian And the heart In the darkness was secte ly torn HF which rendered her unconscious for sold the shoes to a young man by Church on Wednesday evening a a half an hour and causing great the name of Ballew who told congregational meeting was held ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH uneasiness to her family but she Officer Gprdon where he got them at which the following gentlemen were elected to serve the church 3Ir Joseph II Bullcy Ek ires at lias about gotten all right again and led to Graves being arrested in the office of deacon Col Graves has been guilty of several Bridgeport Wont he Fooled With thefts in the last year cr more Charles E Hoge Judge W C and Messrs David It s getting dangerous to mon having broken into the shoe shop Herndon Mr Joseph H Bailey died sial- Nicol J Buford Hendrick and T oclock key with the courts in this city of Mr John Hahn some time ago dt nly at Bridgeport at The de In the last few days Judge Barr and also stolen a guitar from Mr L- delen The deacons already Wednesday morning H- offi e are J- - M- - Tudd HAnd Heavy Balmoral Skirts at He is a bloom ceased had been in failing health fined a juror twenty dollars for Thomas Averill Ilss than cost for some time but was never con- being five minutes late and Judge ing candidate for the pen and is Watson Dr Siml E James Dr W fined to the bed aad his death was Cantrill fined a number of negroes likely to accompany Chalk Eye J Q A Stewart and J Pruett He was born and in the Circuit Couit for applaud and his pals to that institution unlooked for raised in this county where he ing when a jury returned a verdict Many stubborn and aggravating Gets Only Eighteen Years cases of rheumatism that were bespent most of his life and was one of acquittal in the cise of a negro lieved to be incurable and accepted of the best known men in the woman charged with cutting and have The trial of Winnie Smith who as life legacies Balm yieldedtoto Cham- much the sur- J0 214 St Clair St next tloor to barlains Pain many wounding county where he naci murdered Mr Western B Thomas prise and gratification of the suffer- R K McCluTB One application He was a civil engineer friends Within the shadow formerly of this city near Indian ers and suffering andwill relieve the its continued pain as by profession had served apolis Indiana some months ago use insures effectual cure For sale The numerous friends and relaby PmL Carpenter South Side Drug- county surveyor city engineer and was begun in that city last week pQ-p tives of Mrs Sarah Sneed in this hutstreet commissioner of this city tli rnsc Hirf nnf rnrli t hr The price of the Old Bridge cLiiijwni A V FARM LATUIY for several terms and was also a city will be pained to know that jury until luesuay wnicn Dody Cromwell one linlf mile eist of Frankfort Etchings has beeil reduced to 55 she is lying very ill at the home of on Versailles turnpike The farm contains M United States Gauger under the after being out twenty four hours Only a lew loft acres ami Is well sit In rn- - anil Milted for Mr Samuel D -- dairy purposes Possession nlveii on November Presidents Ar her administrations of found the defendant guilty of 1st 18Jl Kor terms apply to 7 Winter in St Louis Missouri Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder WMCnOMWKLL thur and Harrison In early mau- manslaughter and fixed his punish- A Pure Grape Crem ot Tartar Powder Aug 11 tf and grav doubts are entertained hood he married a Miss Hall of inent at eighteen years confine- - mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 9 this county who lived only a short as to lcr recovery ment in the penitentiary The de time leaving him a widower thirty To Lexington Over the Mid- - fense moved for a new trial land three years ago and he never Of late years Indicted for Manslaughter married again Passengers for Lexington can made his home at Mr take train No 5 on the Kenhe had The giand jury returned an Coly Crocketts in Bridgeport tucky Midland leaving here at indictment against Joe Newton Make your whole family hippy by a present of a Carriage Surry Mrs Crockett being his niece and 830 a m and arriving in Lexing-Â¬ Saturday for the killing of Jeff or Buggy was there at the time of his death ton at 1045 a m Lucas at the Forks of Elkhom having only a short time before charging him with manslaughter Clinton Feed returned from a visit to his broth His bail was fixed at 500 The er Dr William Bailey in LouisRead what Mr Thos W case was cauea 1 nursaay in rue ville Heart disease superinduced Thompson who does the largest Circuit Court and postponed until by Brights disease is supposed to diiry business in Franklin county the April term have ben the cause of his death nas l0 say about Peoria Gluten i m Had he lived until the 5U1 l Feed on another page 100000 People Die March he would have been 05 Annually in this country of con In Olden Times sumption Think of it One adult1 His fuueral took years of age out of every six and yot in the early place Thursday afternoon People overlooked the importance stages nil pulmonary complaints may Get a Harness Saddle Buggy Robe or Pair of Leggins They be readily controlled by Dr Hales of permanently beneficial effects Household Oough Cure It is a cor- Have your vehicle are sure to please them A New Order and were satisfied with transient tain remedy for coughs and colds painted and repaired by which if left to themselves bring on A lodge of the Benevolent action but now that it is generally pulmonary consumption Pleasant Tho price Protective order of Elks will be or- known that Syrup of Figs will to tako Children like it 50 cents a is right only 25 and gan zed in this city in a short time permanently cure habitual consti bottle at P H Caraenters drug b The new lodge will start off with a pation well informed people will store membership of about forty and not buy other laxatives which act Old Be sure to get one of the will doubtless be a prosperous for a time but finally injure the Bridge Etchings before they are all gone svstem Dec PGin organization Better Cheaper im An Elegant Spread Second Week NEW LOT THE Â¬ Marked Down LOOK I Highest leavening strength S READ SiswSu Jsl i J Â¬ Blankets i I 1 1 Comforts Cloaks Capes - i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KTSTEINS REiTT I j j Â¬ -- - son-in-la- w Useful Presents - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m For The Boys Bud k Harness iris ft hmX Â¬ Â¬ I Pf i- - ft MkrJtatf V -- t fflfc -- i - 1- ifghjfat y i UNUSUAL ran 129 T m rn ca rrt ca ra ca ca ca rcn ua ji J ra ua rm na To mark new goods at so much less than their value We nave a large stock of win Â¬ ca ter clothing and have marked it at prices which are probably lower than such rca ca K7 goods will be sold fo again ca ca tju Mens Suits 4 5 cu ra pa ca ua U9 rsn 650 750 8 10 12 15 16 17 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 ca ca ca na ca ca en tu HUDSON HUMPHRIES PERSONAL Â¬ CASSELL 1BT -- ra ca na ca ca n ca ca na ca tici ca na ca na ca na1 ca Crj ca ca 12 H ft 11 cacacacacBcacacacacacacacaccacucacccacacacacacacacacacaLacucacacaca Miss Genevieve Weitzel entertained a few friends very handsome- Â¬ Mr W W Longmoor spent Sunday ly on Thursday evening last at her in Louisville parents home on Madison street Mrs SamD Johnson spent Sunday Dr J Henry Cromwell of Rich in Lexington Hill Missouri who has been visiting Miss Annie Hale is visiting rela- Â¬ his parents Mr M H Cromwell and tives at Mayfleld wife near Jett Station left for home Mr Fred Sears of Nicholasville Saturday spent Sunday here Rev J McClusky Blayney D D George Denny was in this goes to Louisville to day to exchange Judge pulpits with Rev J H Herbener of city on Tuesday last the College Street Presbyterian Mr Earl Rogers left yesterday for Church in that city a trip to Waco Texas cacacacucLacucacacucacucucacacacucucacuccucucucacjcacacaBiaBa heartily and his youngest grand Â¬ son little George Cannon who is only about eighteen months old and a wonderful singer for his Mr Beny years took part although feeble spent a pleasant and happy day and retired in better spirits than he had been for a long time THE LARGEST IN BY- TIE IS RUN - I MR THOMAS W THOMPSO N READ WHAT HE SAYS OF And Still Another PEOSIA GLUTEN FEED Frankfort January 17 1895 I did handle and feed thirty three 33 cows it took all of them to sup ply milk for my customers PEORIA GLUTEN PEED was recommendedX to me as superior to any other and I gave it a careful and personal test I can state that I have been able to disDose of eieht 8 of tnv cows and am now milking only twenty five 25 which yield more milk than the thirty- enree am Deiore using cms teea Tiiua w TJtiUMrauJN Sold by Messrs Crutcher Moore and Mr Geo 0 Shaw Frankfort Ky- - 4 h Dr John A Lewis of Georgetown was in the city Monday Hon Geo Alexander of Louisville spent Sunday in this city Mrs M A Collins visited her sis Â¬ ter in Lexington last week Mrs Russell McReary is visiting her parents at Dayton Ohio Dr Brown of Lakeland spent Tuesday with his parents here Mr R A Swigert of Lexington was in this city on Saturday last Mrs Lucy Evans and Miss Helen Swigert left Monday for Indianapolis Ind Miss Bettie Keenon is visiting the family of Capt S M Swigert in Lex- Â¬ ington Mr and Mrs James Crutcher at- Â¬ tended a reception in Georgetown Tuesday evening Miss Tiny Addams has returned from a visit of several weeks to relatives in Cynthina Mi6s Frances Lillard of Lawrence burg spent Tuesday with Mr Jno E Miles and family Mr John S Grant of Chicago is visiting his parents Major J A Grant and wife on Broadway Miss Marian Lindsey left last week Â¬ for Thomasville Georgia to spend the balance of the winter r i I I -- T urday afternoon Judge Joseph I Landes of Hopkins ville was in the city Tuesday and Wednesday on business before the Court of Appeals Miss Mary Len Gaines who has been visiting relatives here for severÂ¬ al weeks left Saturday for her home Miss Rilla Addams of Cynthiana is visiting her cousin Mrs L B Longmoor on Second street Misses Ethel and Lillian McQueen of Louisville are visiting their grand- Â¬ Rev W T Boiling D D of mother Mrs Lewis in Bellepoint Mrs G T Blackley entertained at Lexington will deliver a lecture luncheon Wednesday afternoon in at the Methodiht Church on honor of Miss Graves of Lexington Tlnusday evening next Januaiy Miss Carrie Wise of Cumberland 24th upon the subject of marriage Maryland is the guest of her sister to which an admission fee of Mrs H B Case on East Main street Dr cents will be charged 2 Mr W B Johnuon of Mt Sterling Boiling is not a professional lec- Â¬ visited hisparentB Mr J W Johnson and wife on Cross street the first of turer but is the eloquent preacher who attracted such large crowds the week of people to hear his bermons in Miss Anita Muldoon who has been visiting Mrs Chas W Saffell re- Â¬ the Methodist Chuich in this city turned to her home in Louisville Sat two years ago Â¬ M Mr Last October T Judge J Harry Brent late of the Mitchell who keeps a grocery on Superior Courc and daughter Miss Mary and son Mr Hugh returned the corner of Mero and Wilkin to their old home at Paris Wednes Â¬ son streets had a watch stolen day where they will reside in future from him and on yesterday Mrs Frank W Keyes of Ashland Officer Gordon arrested Bud Page who has been visiting her mother and Â¬ sister Mrs Lucy Markham and Mrs a negro upon the charge of hav committed the thief and C B Chinn corner of Shelby and ing Campbell streets left Saturday even- lodged him in jail It seems Page ing for home sold the watch in question to a Mr Thaddeus Smith of Pelee barber who works at George Island Lake Erie and his daughter hop on St Clair Mrs Wray of Napanee Ontario Shinkles street which gave him away Canada enroute for Florida were the guests this week of Mr and Mrs If this thing continues the police John E Miles will be able to keep the grand Mrs Guffy of Morgantown wife of jury employed for the balance of Judge BL DGuffy of the Court of Appeals is with her husband at the the term f Capital Hotel having arrived on Wm II Wheeler Wednesday They will go to house- Â¬ keeping in a short time A prominent contractor and builder Mr W C Magruder of Louisville of Adams N Y was a great smoker He and bride nee Miss Eva Liter who for years the liked his cigar but did not like serious throat trouble were married in Louisville Thursday that began to come upon him in the came up the same evening and are shape of i bunch or growth As he visiting his parents Mr W R Ma- expressed it he was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At gruder and wife near Graefenberg this stage he began using Dr Hales Miss Maggie Flynn of Lexington Household Ointment applying it and Mr James Mahoney of George- directly to the bunch inside his throat several times each day A town will be married at St Pauls few weeks of this treatment entirely Catholic Church at Lexington on cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel- Â¬ Both the er states that it worked a most won the 24th of this month are well derful cure in his case and that he re Â¬ bride and groom-to-b- e known in this city and their many gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 19th friends congratulate them in advance century It cures all inflammation 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ a Dr Boilings IJcctiii c ters drug store Â¬ E L Stanton Mgr and State Agt THE ROUNDABOUT THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads Subscription Only x Â¬ Â¬ it li s Miles Nerve and Liver Fills Act on a new principle regulating the liver stomach and bowels though 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 Samples free at 50 doses for 25 cents J WGayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly 1 Per Year li SOUTH Lv Lexlimton Midway N TIME TABLE A us p m Job M A 31 P M EPARTK ENT and we are prepared to turn out No 17 No 19 No 21 No 23 tins spring ine Yarnallton 845 001 925 Cincinnati and Lexington papers in which cities he has delivered this lecture speak of it in the highest terms of praise Srlnu Station Frankfort Pltiisnrevllle Eminence Anchonme Ar Louisville UiBriuri J17 PeweeValey LagraiiKe 103s 634 1014 041 1115 707 1135 733 1144 745 1219 812 A 1023 017 050550 155 fj ijj 212 227 050 235 06 I 800 720 183 71 349 8061 357 813 425 838 448 865 460 OKU 520 036 Is one of the best in the State on short notice Family Reunion NORTH Lv LouNvlllfl Anchorage Prweo Valley M P M P M P M 22 at Valley Station rt fcV Maysville have been visiting Mr Attilla Norman this week Misses Evelyn and Jessie Walbeck of Louisville who have been visiting Mrs Jas A Murray at Glen Willis returned home Saturday afternoon Wednesdiy being Mr Hiram Mr Carroll Power of Flemings Berrys seventy fourth birthday burg and Mr Stanley Watson of it was made the occasion of a family reunion and all his children and grandchildren gathered in to congratulate the old gentleman and wish him many returns of the In the evening there was day music in the parlor the Mandolin Club being present and the mem bers of the family sang many songs in which Mr Berry joined Â¬ No 18 No 20 No No 24 Lagrange iRdad Kmlnenc J ileasurevllle 735 811 824 850 020 1020 1045 1055 1111 Frankfort hnrliiK Station Midway 949 0 U 410 433 448 516 542 035 020 654 830 4 01 0 05 eo Â¬ Yurnallton Ar Lexington 1130 1005 733 768 806 825 865 920 929 940 7 05 410 428 450 456 559 621 640 69 535 6 06 Senator William Lindsay and wife and Mrs Holmes who have been at home for a week or so left Sunday evening for Washington City where they will remain until spring No tit will stop at Anchorage and Ghristinnsburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Noh 17 19 and 21 oonneot at Lagrange for Cincinnati Noh lJ and 21 oounoot it Anchorage for BloomftoUl Jiranoh AAtv v w WMW yflywml- - t iiiifc mm i Hfffi UWM TTfp Myr - ryxvw j1 m m mi m l E 0 Zehagen That He Who Runs m Graduate Optician Or Lexington will bo with us May Read Cost civfi Wo dn not c - hnrirnnK ati- rj- XSL PiAi1 Wur if so tor mmfl hntmakp rmrsolvfts tirfilv a mighty name by soiling Jewelry that is down to date You can not get more out of a bottle than you put in but you can purchase more Jewelry here for the same X -- KPI FOUR DAYS EACH WEEK In This is his third year with us Those desitlus of ho has fitted many and everybody satisfactorily w availing themselves of his service will kindly make injuries From I that time Januiry 7th to 31st inclusive ish in the pleasant valley of Little mav trip and fall on the sharp edge rocks of high price by purchasing Jewelry from others but ours flour Â¬ why we tell you so plainly ISour Jewelry is a tiptopper that ou He Examines the Eyes With Oculist Test case c Free of Charge Xc nses Ground to Suit Frames Accurately Made to fit the Face th Vision money than elsewhere and much more than you imagine Eighteen ninety five is here and we have trimmed things to suit the bright new year We are all aglow with busi Â¬ ness bustle I THE M A SELBERT THE JEWELER 233 St Olair LEADING St An Old Time Winter what we are having in these M H SeLB6RTi JEWELER - Franfefcrt TZLy Monte Cristo Unaffected by the changed times den Is and still strong in his ten years No reptile or creeping thing After the severe spell parts upon the new garden faced globe DEALERS IN which set in on the 26th of De- Â¬ success with Dumas masterpiece to beset a second Eve foiling the cember let up everyone was in Americas only surviving romantic p urity ol asainted race Doubthopes that the balance of the actor Mr James ONeill is this less the inhabitants of this new winter would be open which season repeating his prosperity of earth will multiply through the hope was encourged by the pre- Â¬ former years To the American same process as did the inhabi dictions of weather prophets pub- Â¬ theatre going public at large Mr tants of the one that fled away Still they will behold nature in her On ONeills name carries the assur- operations as did Adam and Eve lished in the newspapers A COMPLETE LINE OF Friday of last week the sun shone ance of artistic perfection elevat- before the wily serpent did thrust RUNNING HORSE GOODS brightly and the mercury stood ing methods and undoubted dis- Â¬ his head above the tender shoots HNG play of a rare genius remarkable of the garden Children will about the freezing paint but that Quipped by nature with scamper away over hill and dale ALWAYS ON HAND afternoon the sky became over- power a personality whose versatile char- and return unmolested by the lion cast with clouds and a dispatch and the sneaking panther the lion came from tle signal service acter enables the possessor to ab- and the lamb will lie down to-mar 10 3m bureau to hoist the cold wave flag sorb himself completely in the gether the dumb animals will predicting a drop in temperature part it was no wonder that James have a government far superior in About 7 oclock in the ONeill scored an unprecedented serenity and mutuality to that of of 22 the government from the evening a light snow began falling success upon his first portrayal timeJewish of Moses to John the Bapwhich continued all night About of Edmond Dantes in Monte tist inclusive I1 T3T7KA1TCB AGE1TTS There David out Cristo at Booths Theatre New of his several prolessions will midnight a blizzard struck us and By close choose the musical there he will the wind blew so strong and cold York ten years ago ON MAIN STEET TO as almost to cut late pedestrians study and by maintaining an una pour strains of music into the ear bating interest in Dumas hero of an audience who are more to the marrow and when the peo clement and graceful than were ple got out the next morning they Mr ONeill is enabled to render Saul and his courtiers There found that not only the drop ot to day a representation as effective neither Saul nor David will slay Basement nf the Capital Hotel 4vventy two degrees predicted by fascinating and spirited as of former his thousands nor tens of thouBSTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a Mr U rMeill must have sands the weather bureau had come but year short time Through everv gate the mercury had gone Old Probs imbbed of the fountain of peren- Â¬ comes pouring Noahs of the city menagerie about twenty better and was nial youth according to the re- Â¬ into the Ark resting on the hanging on the twelve degree peg ports heard all over the country river Noah is scarce done ex about the scenic revival of Monte hibiting when Moses appears in below zero thus giving us one of the greatest and most sudden Cristo this season in which he will the distance at the head of the changes in temperature experi- Â¬ be seen at the Capital Opera nomadic race hi comes to the river and the same greit miracle enced in this locality since the House on Thursday January is exhibited to those who h ive 26th lor the first time in 6 years cold new year of 1864 seen and read of it Turning to His company embraces a num- Â¬ the theatrical department of the The goose bone predicts cold all city we see General Joshua march DEALERS IN- weather for the rest of the winter ber of excellent players with his valiant soldiers and here is what Prof Irl R artists of rare ability and a small ing by followed close behind by the cauHicks says of the balance of the fortune has been expended on tious Gideon and the daring Jep scenery costumes and mechanical month tha The next scene presented is and calcium effects the remarkable career of Elijah The storm diagram shows a and Elisha in which the 250 Mercury period extending from Communicated prophets of Bial are quite con the 17th to 26th In this Mercury spicuous Editor Roundabout period falls regular Vulcan period Closing the career of Isreal the After the final judgment St from 18th to 2 1st a reactionary period about the 25th and 26th John tells us that he saw a new chief captain of Nebuchadnezzar the new moon on the 25th and heaven and a new earth and that leads the captive Judeans in double moon in Apo jee on the 26th Two he saw the holy city New Jerusn fie across the stage of the Syrian Finally the last stage per- Â¬ distinct storm disturbances will lem travding to locate upon the desert Apostle to the And I heard a great formance is the show themseives duri ig the Mer new earth The gong strikes the voice out of heaven saying behold Gentiles cury penoi the hrst from the 19th to 2 1st but the most severe the tabernacle of God is with men curtains rise we behold him in being about the 25th and 26th and he will dwe 1 with them and the midst of Mars Hill present Â¬ Much warmer days will precede they shall be his people and God ing tmre vividly with pruned the storms of rain sleet and snow himself shall be with them and be lanuaje his chains and his suffer Â¬ ings than would the real enact XXI 3 but a gencml and intense cold their God Upon this new earth does every ments themselves With language wave will follow closely behind them The last will bring cold believer in God hope to traverse flowing from lips like water from a weather all over up to about the in and out at the gates of the precipice he sprays the entire The moon being at Apogee golden city does eveiy believer in Gentile world with eulogies on 29th its most distant point from the God hope to pass pure and unde- Â¬ the conquerors of Israels race or earth on the 26th so near its new nted From every direction un Â¬ With language descriptive of the may modify the tendency of the der heaven are the saved ol Star in the East he thrills infinite new moon to aggravate our ter- Â¬ Adams race to p iss in and out at space sets the demons to rolling We believe that the gates of the dimensionless city on the lake and swells the tears of restrial affairs the moons greatest influence on to dine upon the twelve fruitsj the vast multitude causing the the earth is exerted when new ahd to carry away the leaves of river of water of life to inundate And John saw no the city and flood the new and moon happens at Perigee it being healing Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report then not only between us and the temple there as was in old Jerusa Â¬ verdant earth God and the Lamb was the J E Howard sun but nearest to us We insist lem of which all our readers watch this temple of it out that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder point close The storm diagram flowed a river forming cataracts Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma will furnisn the data each month and fountains to which the saints The period central on the 30th were led by the shepherd and his Strayed or Stolen will bring a return to warmer staff If we can but partly com causing storms during the closing prehend Pauls definition of char Â¬ ity we may well imagine that the ONE LABfi KREl COW WITH A FEW WHITE hours of the month upon her Hllppeil will martyrs will traverse that city weigh about 14H ami one horn Will pay u liberal reward lor tier e turn or such information as will enable me Or Prices Cream Baking Powder from east to west scatter over the to Ktt her Z T Collins Corner of lirulge mid Second streets new earth and pluck the fruit of Worlds Pair Highest Award 4 tr Jan the vine as did Adam and Eve the fruit of every tree of the gar- Â¬ Black 8c Hursey and HUE HARNESS ana SADDLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- TROT Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 232 ktist stebbi1 JACOB SWIGERT CO Â¬ Have Removed From the Baltzel Building Â¬ 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Â¬ -- II Mt -- m Â¬ Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and ii tH Stationery IKAITKIFOIKT IK2 Â¬ 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE - i i- - - Nftr It w tSS- - J JkJtofr- w I p aBBHpHMHHPVpuMiy w - flRWf Euiii2iiKlMHflEflKKH t9 w i frnrr- Wlfftta - wPPW v V wW w WfWi WnnimnnpntnMHRvrMHPRTvflMHr i - flrr wNflRMilEwlBHmliMlMHAyJWliffJtyRET TFprrf j F J i rtt1 4 Wf -- w-f- - - When Sales Are Not What They Should Be Us shop keepers must do something to procure honet bread So you must try to realize the merits of anything So trv me on your next JOB OP REPAIRING as I am giving my personal attention to my REPAIR DEPARTMENT and I am determined that work intrusted o me shall not be excelled anywhere Now if your watch or clock wont run bring it to me W L COPPERSMITH The Jeweler FHANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlce at FrnnkfortKentucky as seconil elnss mailable mutter 227 St Clair St The Iiliiiitcd Mall Â¬ Elmer E Vances realistic railroad comedy drami which comes OHO A LEWIS Editor and Pub to the Opera House next Tuesday night Jan 22 is a well c mceived FRANKFORT JANUARY 19 1895 melodrama with a remarkable DR W I KELLEY O WHEN YOU NEED PLOWS OF CINCINNATI will be at the PIIOE1TI2I HOTEL -- Caught tlie Itacals Howard Burbridge better known as Chalk Eye Overton Wilson and Hamilton Hathawav three young negroes from this city were arrested in Louisville Tuesday upon the charge of having broken into and robbed the grocery store of Mr W J Scottow on Sunday After being night a week ago Â¬ talced into custody and questioned by the detectives they confessed to having committed the robbery The watches stolen were found at a pawnbrokers hop and the description given by him of the parties who pawned them led to They the arrest of the negrot s were brought back here Wednesday morning and lodged in jail the grand jury now in session will doubtless indict them and they will all land in the penitentiary by the end of this term of court s Â¬ Somewhat IJatc A correspondent signing him- Â¬ self A Friend to the Poor sends us a communication protesting against the annexation of As the Bellepoint to this city spirit seems to have been a little slow in moving Friend to write and his commui ication reached us several weeks after the event he tries to prevent had transpired it s hardly necessary to give space to it even had he not neglected do that which was very essential publication the to securing send his real name along with his communication Â¬ series of exciting and decidedly thrilling situations It deals with railroads and rail road people It contains telegraphers tramps section men and train wreckers There are click- Â¬ ing telegraph instruments realistic engines palatial Pullmans and railway postal cars There are tracks hand cars switches and tunnels and the railroad is utilized on the stage as it has never been before for the author was a telegraph operator and train despatch er at Columbus O for years and his leisure time was not devoted to loafing or dissipation nor to empty observations about the depot but he saw the limited mails come and go daily and nightly and he has given them their orders The successful production of his conception is the result of years of study and he deserves the success he is every- Â¬ where meeting and those who witness the performance here should remember that it represents the work of many nights for many years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday January HEMORRHOIDS 19 1895 tiiiiil - operation and W McKee Piles cured without surgiio wltu little or no pulu HEEERENCE8 iaBBBtJic5uP j Uurberlcii Frankioit K Rev L F Hulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky Ky W J Hughes Frankfort Davlu Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frankfoit Ky Jas DR KELLEYS offlce and residence Is at26D West Eighth streetClncliinutl and where he ma be found every day of each week except SATUR DAYS rampnieis tiestnuiiiK mes j uiseuper and the mode of treatment sent tree to any one W I KELLEY MD by addressing V 259 llardle Frankfort Ky J A scott Fruiikfoit Ky Anthony head Iranktort Ky J r stulen Frankfurt Ky Knives Scissors Tools Saws Chains Anvils Gears Nails Wire or any thing in the way of Harness Or if you need Sash Doors Blinds Wagon Material Powder Shot and Shells Call on Iron Pipe w Eight St Cincinnati FREE O C E CONSULTATION COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer -- ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION UF THE frank Rockhaven Bellepoint fort urnpike Company Under the Iiws nf the Commonwealth of Ken tuckv Be It known that John D Moore W L Pence Sunurl Huett John Moore btoddard Moure Slvmtersuillutli II E bheets and W H Netherton htivt this 28th day of December lbjl unorpo ated tiieinsehes under the style of llin RojulMven Be lepolntand Kranktort Turn Â¬ under the following conditions pike Coiuui to wlt 1 immune ot the corporation 1 shall be the Frankfort Turnpike Rockiaviii B ltepolnt principal place of business and Company Its olllce s all be Bellepoint Iranklln County Ky I he ne ei I nature ot the business of the corporation shall be he construction of a turn Â¬ pike road from tne Rockhaven farm to the town of Faiihfort by he way of Bellepoint Ky a The capital stock shall be six 6000 thousand dol urs divided Into shares of twenty live Sib 00 dollars each 4 The time of commencement of business shall be the 1st of January lti5 and shall con tlnuj for twent ne jens 0 Theaffalrs of the corporation shall bo con- Â¬ ducted by a boar of tlve directors Also a Presi Â¬ dent Vlce Pres dent tiecrettry and Treasurer u The hijmest amount 01 uiueine ness or liability to which the corporation Is at any time to subject usei shall not exceed two thirds of Its capital sto k 7 The nr vate nronerty of stockholders shall be exempt from corporation debts Given under our hands this 2th day of Decem Â¬ ber litij 1 1 The Ballet OIL STOVE teting The Guild Concert The ladies of the Ascension is E3j t V t i An Important Paper B h The paper read before the Kentucky State Medical Association at its meeting in 1894 by Dr Waller O Green formerly of this city but now of Louisville upon the subject of Systematic Anesthesia for Examination of the Rectum Sigmoid Flexure and REFRESHMENTS Lower Colon1 is published in the The public most cordially last number of the American Practitioner and News a medical maga- vited Admission 25 cents Â¬ Â¬ Church Guild will give an enter-Â¬ tainment next Tuesday evening Jan 22 at the residence of Mr Geo H Watson South Frankfort Shelby street at half past seven W II Netiifhtok W L Pksik oclock The musical programme john i moiikk John Mooke will be as follows EVERY todimhi vooke s sunnirrii Piano Duett Misses Brown and II SHEET bAM Hulett Jan Mm Orbison Vocal Solo Mr W M Franklin Violin Solo Mr Louis DENTAL - LABORATORY Harris Zither selections Miss Rooms 4 and 5 Sophia Zink Vocal trio Mrs Weitzil ODminell Building W L Cannon and Messrs FrankFRANKFORT KY EXTRACTED WITHOUT lin Mandolin Club selections TEETHwith Vila zed Air or local application Best Artificial Teeth CALL ON Vocal Solo Mr Geo F Berry No extra on Rubber 3 to sio extracting urtlll Piano Duett Professor Miss charge forare ordeied without pain whenpropor t lal teeth Otcer work In Jan 6 ly tion All work warranted Graham Vocil Solo Mr J M VanDerveer Solo and Chorus The Turnpike Gate Mr Hiram RENT FARM Berry and family H iBBnE3i STOVE GUARANTEED Â¬ wfo 11 E POWER street nsrnsr IFOIR SIjEI BIT PERFECT t 1 Â¬ M A COLLINS -- DO 13d FOR BARGAINS IN- - M Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass Oils Â¬ in- Â¬ Â¬ The zine published in Louisville Dust on the Snow Doctor handles his subject in a masterly manner showing that he fa The strange phenomenon of a thorougl ly posted in the treat- Â¬ coating of dust on top of the ment of the diseases of which he snow which fell on Friday night of makes a specialty last week which was noticed at points in Indiana and at Owens- Uroke Her Limb Â¬ dally and marketing For paitlculars apply to the undersigned at her residence on Ann street or to Imtik Chlnn ntiormy Mim Mahv J Dudley 12 tr FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE the city limits ot Omnkforton the Ver Â¬ sailles pike containing 205 acres is for rent from The place Is March 1st ltfJSto March 1st 18 well adapted to general farming stock raising gTowlug and linn advantages for and tobacco THE Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc OLD JUDGE S THE BEST WHISKY IN FRNAK L CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS There is good reason for the popula rity of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Davis Buzard of West Monterey Clarion Co Pa says It has cured people that our physicians could do nothing for Keys Found A bunch of keys try abottle ofWo persuaded them to Chamberlains Cough padlock and trunk was picked up Remedy and they now recommend it of at the corner of St Clair and it with the reBt sale us 25 and 50Â¬ by Phil Car and brought to this cent bottles for Clinton streets penter South Side Druggist office which the owner can have by calling and paying for this Old Bridge Spoon at LeCompte notice Gayle Co cost 250 Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mahala McDowell had the misfortune to fall on Saturday of last week and break her limb The unfortunate lady is ninty four years old and it is hardly probable she will be able to walk again as the physicians think that the frac tured bones will not knit together and the best that can be done is to make the old lady as comfortable as possible under the circumstances Kaa AJatlf I icflo nnl fUl Â¬ fort for YOU WANT TO ckejo places in this State was also apFamily or pieflical parent here While it was black in some places and grey in others here it had more than the appearTry it and be convinced For sale by No one ance of turnpike dust U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hardle has been able to account for or W W Cherry and M T Mitchell explain this strange appearance of the snow Â¬ THIS OFFER 6 insroT H G MATTERS THE- Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ STERED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer ar greatlv ill uimtr k V Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while the assortment is unbroken REUUGED PRIGES ROGERS - 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ityfr O R ktMi- Mffei y - imv vK y jk W- - r avu SON a miwwi V 5 tfpP0fRc mfjmm 2araf FRANKFORT iW mm mm n ffi W I p m P Gv FAtV II S m ess tifi m fl tVf ww 1SW H w M Afl tIWOW MWi iC flfc I tween Cross and Cimpbell and Which Existed Hair a Century the sink is now on the lot ol Mr Eugene Williams Kendall Co Ago had an account allowed or print- Â¬ As our extracts last week from ing The tax rate was again fixed the old minute book of the Hoard at 10 cents on the hundred dolof Trustees of the town of South lars and the clerk ordered to ad- Stephens against that body John Frankfort proved such interest vertise that the tax books w uld J Vest was allowed an account of ing reading to our older citizens be retained at lm lmme open to four dollars for repairing bridge we are encouraged to continue the inspection of all persons owning on Steee street the treasurer to the same and give below another property until the first Saturday in pay the same in Com nonwealths August when the board would sit paper chapter n election March 3 1827 April 6 1S24 Thomas Hamp- for the purpose of removing any ton and George Gayle were ap- Â¬ grievance from the assessment of was held at the house of Thomas E S Coleman was Hampton for a new board of trus- Â¬ pointed a committee to have re- Â¬ said town pairs made on a bridge on Steele paid 15 for the improvement of tees when E S Coleman S I M Major J J Vest Larkin street next to the river the ex the street near his tan yard S muel and Thomas Hampton March 111826 BenEdrington pense not to exceed 25 Same became a member of the board were chosen The board met on committee were authorized to have several ponds on Miin E S Coleman was relieved of the the 8th of May at the house which then Graham Mont- payment of all back taxes up to of Larkin Samuel street drained his having stood where Mr Hiram Berrys gomery was ordered paid 20 for 1825 by reason of his services as clerk of the board been assessor of the town Larkin stable now stands on the corner during the year 1823 Thomas Samuel and E S Coleman were of Second and Logan streets and Hampton and Lewis F Stephens appointed assessors for the year organized by electing J J Vest as were appointed as a committee and allowed ten dollars each for chairman Larkin Samuel was ap- Â¬ to ascertain the cost of repairing their services The chairman and pointed assessor and allowed five Nowlands spring and the pump clerk were authorized to make B dollars for his services Hickman deeds to lots Nos 145 on Shelby street May 15 Met at the house of Evan Evans was al- to 152 inclusive and also make Thos Hampton and appointed a appointed by President Jackson June 5 lowed twenty five dollars for re- Larkin Samuel deeds to lots Nos committee to inquire into the Fourth Auditor of the Treasury 26 27 28 29 30 37 58 and 155 cost of digging a well in Second in 1S29 and removed to Washingpairs on bridge and Cammack they having purchased them at street and of repairing well and ton City five dollars for re- Â¬ He was also Post- Â¬ Goins allowed tax sales pairs on pump pump near H Cooks property master General from 1S35 to 40 September 17 Board met at June 6 George Gayle having The accounts of D C and Mrs and in 1845 became manager of the bridge and elected E S Cole- removed from the town thereby Mary Humphreys were allowed Prof Morses interest in the tele- Â¬ graph business He died in Wash man a trustee in place of J J vacating his offices of trustee and for work done on Second street Vest who had moved out of clerk of the board Allen F Ma If there is a person at present ington City November 12 1869 or Kit D C Humphreys and curdy was elected a trustee to fill prominent in municipal affairs who Christopher Cammack town a com- Â¬ the vacancy and made chairman of thinks he will be missed when he Cammack as he was called was an Thos Hampton appointed Edward W Cammack drops out of life and his memory uncle of Misses Mary and Lucy mittee to have the necessary re- the board He was a great swim- Â¬ pairs mide on the street leading and Michael McKaig were allowed kept green for years he should go Cammack from the bridge to Mrs Hum the sum of seven dollars in Com- Â¬ down to the river thrust his mer and would ofcen turn an iron monwealth paper for cleaning the finger into the swiftly running pot over his head and walk on the phreys Several pages are torn out here well near Hosea Cooks property water withdra v it and look for bottom of the river the pot but on the 25th of April 1825 June 10 The assessors having the hole it rmde in going into the serving to hold him under water S I M Major became a member returned the assessment the clerk stream No matter how large a and retain the air about his nose of the board was elected chair- Â¬ was ordered to give notice by two hole he may fill now in city mat- and mouth for a time But in atman and his signature to the min insertions of an advertisement in ters or how well known he may be tempting this feat once too often utes resembles very much that of the Commentator that the board when he passes off the stage of he was drowned his son the late Co S I M would meet on the last Saturday action the stream of time will flow The Commentator was a weekly Major for many years editor of in the month at the toll house of as steadily on and his mine be paper published here for a num At this the Bridge Company to hear ap- blotted from the memory of man ber of years and was purchased the Kentucky Yeoman meeting the sale of lot number peals if there be any who think only the records of the city re by the late Col A G Hodges 18 which had been made on themselves agrieved by the assess Â¬ maining to show that he ever had about 1832 who changed its August 28 18 8 by John Camp ment Larkin Samuel was elected an existence so far as the general name to the Commonwealth unbell collector for taxes amount- Â¬ as clerk and treasurer and Benji public is concerned der which name he continued its ing to one dollar and forty five min Edrington collector for the We have been struck with the publication until 1S72 when it cents due the town was confirmed year and both required to give truth of the above when alter passed out of existence and Lewis F Stephens to whom bond with security The ground where E S Cole- Â¬ reading over these old minutes Richard Fell who purchased it June 24 On application of we have started out to get infor mans tanyard was is now all built at the tax sale had transferred Mrs Lucy Todd and William mation from some old citizen in over Mr J M Colemans Mrs it was given a good title the Washington through their agent regard to the people whose names John Rupes and several other owner having let the three years George Todd the assessment of we came across in the book who residences at the south end of in which he was allowed to te the formers property was reduced they were and what became of Steele street standing upon the deem it run out without offering to eight thousand dollars and the them It is the fewest number lot Mr Colemans house stood pay the tax with the one hun latters to fifteen hundred to On who remember any of them vhere Mr John D Griffins resi dred per cent per annum added motion of S I M Major an some no one seems t j h ivo hlearu dence now is and the buildings which the two was allowed by law ordinance was passed denning the of before connected with the tannery were to charge The Up Although the name of Hosea immediately back of it duties of the town officers May 2S George Gayle was to this time there seems to have Cook appears frequently in the water from the spring now known paid his years salary of S20 as been no town marshal but by the minutes and the well and pump as Colemans was brought to the clerk of the board A committee ordinance the collector was also vats in the yard by means of negotiate with made the Town Sergeant and was was appointed to woe den troughs the Bank of Kentucky the fixing to patrol as often as the board Court Adjourned of the avenue and walling up the thought necessary and all those same through which the stream that he found in improper places The United States District Court finished up the work of its from Mitchells spring now passes or guilty of improper conduct he Awarded in order to prevent the accumula- was to take before a justice of the winter term on Wednesday and Highest Honors Worlds Fair adjourned Quite a number of tion of a pond peace to be dealt with according moonshine cases were disposed of The town officers were June 2 The board met at the to law and some important civil suits bridge and authorized Ben Ed prohibited from speculating in decided rington to open a road to the river claims against the town The salnear the old pillar the same to be ary of the clerk was fixed at 20 Before 11 Full Head of Steam subject to the inspection of George a year payable quarterly in the Is gathered by that tremendously destructive Todd and Thomas Hampton when paper of the Bank of the Com engine malaria put on the brakes with llos completed tetters Stomach Hitters which will check Its The proposition of monwealth The collector was to progress and avert disaster Chills and feer Paulus E Irvin concerning the receive as compensation 124 per bilious remittent dumb ague and ague cake are promptly lelleved and ultlumtel cured sink at Beatys old spring was cent of all the moneys collected by this genial specllle which Is also a com agreed to and Messrs Grooms by him payable at every settle Â¬ prehenslvo family medicine speedily useful blllloustiess coiintl In cases of djspepsla Monks and Gayle were appointed ment with the treasurer and the patlou sick headache neivouMiess rheuma tism and neuralgia Against the hurtful ellects a committee to superintend and salary of the Town Sergeant was of sudden changes of temperature exposure In wet weather close application to lubuilous MOST PERFECT MADE direct substantial operation and to be fixed by the board mental pursuits and other liillueuces prejudi m r r cial to health It U a most trustworthy safeguard work on Beatys spring At the September 4 Larkin Samuel It tortltles the system against disease promotes appetite and sleep and hastens convalescence next meeting Paulus E Irving presented his bond as clerk and YEARS THE STANDARD aiier debilitating ami flesh wasting diseases 40 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ROUNDABOUT was allowed S20 for fixing the sink at Mitchells or Beatys old FRANKFORT JANUARY 1805 spring the Bank of Kentucky to LOOKING INTO TUB PAST pay onolinlf of the amount by This spring is in agreement the alley running from Main The Ifrcorrts or tho Town of to Logan through the block be South Frankfort 1 treasurer with James Shannon as security and the bond was ap proved The public well near Hosea Cooks properly eems to have given the board n great deal of trouble as at nearly every meeting there was an appropriation for repairs on the pump or cleaning the well October 28 Larkin Samuel was appointed agent for the board to defend a suit brought by Jacob Swigert as assignee of Lewis F Â¬ near his property seem to have been very expensive to the town in those early days we have never yet found a man who could tell us who Hosea Cook was or in what No part of the town he lived one remembers Lewis F Stephens yet he was chairman of the board of trustees and seems to have taken an active part in the affairs of the town and the same is true of many others Mr David C Humphreys who was chairman and for many years a member of the board removed to Woodford county became a farmer and lived until the time of his death in 1864 upon the farm at present owned by Mr Anthony Deywe think near Spring Station Him we remember as a Presbyterian Elder officiating at the old Harmony Church the members of which are now all dead or moved away when as a little tot we were taken to that edifice to worship but invariably went to sleep on the hard upright backed pews the tops of which we could hardly see over S I M Major as we have said was the father of Col SIM and Judge PU Major Amos and Mrs Kate Williams Kendall of the firm of Kendall Co which firm published the Western Argus in those days was Â¬ Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acta cntly yet promptly 011 the Kidneys Liver and Bcwela cleanses the sys Â¬ tem effectually dispels colds head Â¬ aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro luccd pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in fs action raid truly beneficial in its efFects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug Â¬ gists Any 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Express No2 dally 116Ua m Midland Accom No 20 dally ex Sun 815 a m Vestlbuled Express No24 daily 7 pm Mt Sterling Accom No28dallyex SunCiSOr M WKST BOUND Â¬ Arr Lexington Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dully ex siun7 60am Express No 21 dally Atlantic lllfA m Midland Accom No 25 dallyexSun4 KH r m Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally 000 pm Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 2G hours Frankfort to New York via this roue Â¬ I ttSBZSSSZSkSL v - Uoth through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers i W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky C B RYAN H W FULLER UdUl F ass AKt ASStUiUl Fass Agt Washington D C Cincinnati nr- - m ftWt JttS fHyn JA V Ay rj 4 ir l jfiffpaiii rs r l rm r v xvwwPTwi Ii7 bwmMPWwywwm I Garland OAK the ozLSTZLvsr OAK With Perfect Ash Pan ZgB BMasaaasp- jSjanfPtKy CALL AND SEE THEM W Vf JOHN T Â¬ BUCKLEY L hccnme to Kenyon College takBaptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- ing the full course and graduating On the 10th lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit in the class of 1869 to morrow morning at 11 and 700 of June 1870 he was united in Â¬ RELIGIOUS p m Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 a m Rev George Darsie preaches at on Be Subject One to Another and at 730 on A Bible Allegory The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Leader Miss Annie Christian Church 11 Â¬ Hockensmith Sunday school meets at 930 Catholic Church Rev Father W E Gorey the pastor will conduct the services at Church of the Good Shepherd tomorrov Low mass at 730 a m 10 High mass am Vespers at 3 p m s Rev R L McCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as Episcopal Church usual Rev J H Herbener of Louisville will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p m The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 First Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Rev F S Polletc the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p Ui inthe class room n Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn- Â¬ ing at 11 oclock und at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church Messrs Fantly Johnson N B Risk D L Thornton Field Mc Leod and Dr Sleet are men- Â¬ tioned in connection with the Democratic nomination for Repmarriage to Miss Ella Cooper resentative from Woodford onlydaughter of Mr John Cooper It begins to look as if every and immediately became associat- Â¬ Democratic State in the Union ed in business with the latter in and the Democratic Union are OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET A small Engine Manu- all about bankrupt the John Cooper He left here change of administration might facturing company prove beneficial with his family in April 1885 for on Clinton street Why shouldnt the people of FOR where he Kan Leavenworth WILL DUY YOU A FIUME OT BARGAIN IS OFFERED IN THE became Secretary of the Great Franklin irrespective of party HDROO tage of 3 rooms on Second street jJV Malt House property on Mero street This bring forward and elect Judge South Side property Is well equipped for malting or would About a William Sneed to the Legislature Western MTg Co make a line warehouse or manufacturing establishment year ago he moved to Kansas Judge Speed is conservative and FARM FOR SALE ON City a- manager of a branch has the inteiests of his county and TjlOP XVCim J STOREROOMSouth SEC VXV R IT IXTT pud street Side his great A FINE FARM OF OFFER house of the Leavenworth con- State deeply settled in WE110 acres FOR SALE the ieTgetown turnsituated on propike 8 He is survived by his wife big patriotic heart and we believe ductive miles trom Frankfort This is very sup cern land Is well Improved abundantly Franklin could not do better than plied with water and Is especially adapted to and the three children above to elect him stock raisins The neighborhood is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur the heartfelt mentioned who have roundings attractive TE OFFER FOR SALE A FARMOF150 ACRES The question of the hour in Vt of line tobacco laud near Forks of Elk sympathy of the community in this county is acres sod broken this year leaving the horn Will Capt Joe terms call at remmi lnc 12 acres ACRE FARM our ofllce or on R mgiaes Furagent on the their sudden and sad bereavement get there C Church Of course it depends premises The funeral will take place li the next general assembly fine lnd with good improve from the residence of Mr John should be Democratic then Capt ments situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is QftnnwllLIiBVA FRAME COTTAGE OF offered for sale This larm Is well adapted to 5 rooms on East iluln street Cooper on Gambier street at 130 Joe will get thtre if Jimmy Mc stock ralslnir or will rake lino tobacco as well us pJ Creary dont out run him But if all otliercrops suited tor this climate Will sell on easy paymants p m Thursday Standard time BUY Oil fnCi wir- 7 roomsA BRICK RESIDENCE as seems quite possible we have XyJKJ150of oi Holmes street feet with lot 07 by it will a Republican Legislature May Fill Mr Darsies Pulpit certainly be BillyO Bradley In- Â¬ OFFER FOR SALE It is very likely that Rev W deed Capt Joe has no cinch on iilRAME COTTAGE OF FOUR ROOMS AT 1AT oAJUIjj WEdouble frame cottige IMXl QtTll1 u the next senatorship by any means Hill This property will be sold cheap on East Mam str et at a bargain 1J Taylor for the past five years and on very easy payments only a small cash payment Madison had a hanging Frank- weekly being required with the balance paid pastor of the Christian Church at is to have one soon and if Mexico Missouri will supply for fort newspaper accounts are to be Mr Darsie while he is absent on credited Mercer should have one acres with RADnCN FARM new seven cottnge of Mr Taylor form also his long tour UAnUCil rMniYl four triune Keep up the good work TAYLOR AVENUE AND THE rooms and nil other necessary improvements Male offered erly preached at Eizabethtown and lynching will be numbered BETWEEN on n fortwenty on easy terms locat d on good turnpike load two miles from foot street and Frankfort Is offered for sale These lots are iood This Is very adjoin Judge Dianes propeity and Eminence in this S ate and with the thing of the past desirable property Bulldofus is highly esteemed both as a man A GREAT BARGAIN and a minister by all who know AVell Bet a Cent 8 MARSHALL CO Â¬ Real Estate Agents RENTS Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tobacco Laud Â¬ 260 m M JJ M IA - Â¬ XjOTS FORSALE S I I V You will read this It is to call your attention to the fact that Dr Hales Tjeused the Kenyon Household Ointment is the finest remedy in the world for general use Mr W T Gaines the livery It takes away pains at once For Ijate Nevil WJilteshlcs man has leased the Kenyon cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a The hundred ailments one is apt to have Hotel from Mrs George Buhr You want it in the house all the The following notice of the and will take charge of it on the time and after you have once tried it you wont be without it 25 death of Mr Nevil Whitesides first of May at which time the and 50 cents a box at P H Carpen Â¬ 6 drug store formerly of this city is taken him TS OFFERED IN A NEW TWO STORY FRAME L residence of seven rooms and two acres ot FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo Â¬ cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good cated fronting on the Ovtentou turnpike and turnpike road upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ will be sold on weekly pajments to the right dence of 6 rooms a tenement of four rooms und party If not cold Immediately will rent at a all other necessary Improvements This land Is low llgure In a hlsh state of cultivation the Improvements are In fine condition und In order to make a quick sale will be offered at a bargain FOR SALE i A 1 FOR SALE 111 h from the Mt Vernon Ohio Ban- Â¬ ner of January 10th Mr John Cooper Whitesides received a telegram from Kansas Monday evening Mo City Nevil his father stating that Whitesides had died that after- Â¬ noon and that his remains would arrive here Wednesday afternoon accompanied by Mrs Whitesides and her two daughters Ada and lease of Capt T E Boone who has been running the hotel for several years expires ters FOR SALE TWO Is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESI PENCE OF GROOMS Lewis street with lot 63 by 10G feet This i m it if THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ ties at Chicago COTTAGES ROOMS TWO FRlMETaylor avenue OF FOUR Is good on This property and w be sold on easy payments to tbf right party If you are Interested come quick Laura Death was caused by rupture of the aorta the result of an attack of heart disease a few days previous The end came while he was at home and duting the absence of his wife who had gone in haste to summon the physician The news was a great shock to the numerous friends of the deceased in this city where he re sided for a number of years and was held in the highest esteem Nevil Whitesides was born at Master Willie Fogg who has Lagrange Ky April 13 1845 been suffering with spinal disease He moved with his parents to since last Apiil does not seem to Frankfort Ky from which place improve very much Â¬ Â¬ the Illi- Â¬ All trains Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary nois Central enter Ohicagoon miles of tracks along six Tea will cure Dr Hales Household it We have a great many testimo- the Lake Front through the most of nials from people who say ithasabso ficturesque portion the the city and magnificent in is pleasant to lutelv cured them It street Central Station on take and cost only 25c and 50c a Now Lake Front This Twelfth is con- Â¬ station P H Carpenters drug and package at venient to the Auditorium Richelieu ft store Victoria and Leland Hotels and with- Â¬ in two blocks of the State and Duekers Wabash Street Cable Lines and the South Side Elevated Railway Convenient stops are also made at Hyde Snow nothing but snow Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Mr P L Gibson is in Cincin- Â¬ Second street Stations Trains Vestibuled Magnificent nati this week with tobacco Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Miss Nannie Vanderventer js Private Compartment Buffet Sleep Oars No ing Cars visiting friends at None Such in transfer and Superb Dining to make across Cincinnati this county connections Your ticket should read via the Big will Four Route to enjoy these privileges Miss Annie Bell Fgg teach a summer session at the E O McCoumick Pass Traffic Mgr Tkt Agt D B Martin Genl Pass school house in this district Big Four Route Cincinnati O The recent weather has been THE IMPROVED very severe upon stock and in have many instances the touls frozen to death Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dyspepsiu L f fcV J B MARSHALL 17 CO 1 iI m t Hi- 109 23 90 WHAT DOES IT MEAN m - It meani that tho Queen Rn4 Crciei nt Pout la IT mllei thortett between Cincinnati ami Lixingtuni MihIIm iliumst Cincinnati to Illr mlnsliami ninlluhnrtctClniinnitl ti Niw rleii imuiiUf ihortut Cincinnati tu Chattanooga Atlanta or Jackiciuvllle HurlJa SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS tetwecnnll of thenWo pnlnM Tlirnncn Ct ti Vlcklur on MireT-eS C Itlrtt t Hue lexitunl He It i U I trv Orliani or AihuTil l rilaTlli ili rnla ia filiNeixirt Al uminu aluiit tiiir Hull tnlw innl I inroucliMrc iir1 1 timsctiU 14 Bilio ut lAAiiitifa uu ut Wllt laU I tt J ka 1 ii l SO fcC tl w i iMMrN CJEEN AKD CBESSEKT R3UT- - mh For sale by THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway opposite L it N depot Also needles oil etc lor ail hewillB mammies a simreui jwui imiiiwage solicited Jul Dec Si li The Roundabout t jul Executes neatpromptly ly Â¬ Job Printing icMa- liyggA iSWfc Lu Igp7fiy iAiii - flppipwpw A SLICK SCHEME h mi iiiijjiiiimfffff w T1IK 25 yvNg EW P P V m rt4 tJMp RECKlVKFiS children to attend the South Side and the balance the West HOW A PtiDDIHR AVIIO Side which is nearer home So STOOD IN WITH THE is taking time to think the Hoard SHIPPING CTjTCKK jthe matter over LIMITED JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE Worked u Louisville House Pap it Â¬ The Commercial Trust iliillrilnir lwiif Â¬ i Hi fo r i- - M The third annual statement of Mr Thomas H Stark Treasthe above building and loan assourer of the Louisville Paper Comciation which has a branch in this pany was in the city yesterday to KiijUPionucuiroiiiuiauiisiMUJiimm WM Mild liXKTniFiNC city shows it to be in a first class get a horse and bujjtjy which he condition with assets amounting had sold to a peddler on the in t 35756868 and undivided ltUCCO COMMKSKHSSC l ANCRIUI MWYCHH stallment plan but the peddler not USA profits of 2416867 The com only failed to meet his monthly ABSOLUTELY PURE pany has loaned on real estate payments upon the horse and THE OLD RELIABLE in the building and vehicle but drove the rig up here 17926001 loan department only while the in December and put it up at CAPORAL investments and loans of the Manga n Darnells stable where fund amount to S106 a considerable livery bill had ac- guarantee for which it has real estate Has stood the Test ol Time cumulated which Mr Starks was 594 security of 56375469 the loans MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER compelled to piy before he could RANDS COMBINED made up to date averaging only It seems the get his property Dec 15 1 y i V H Co peddler whose name is Benjamin about 47 per cent of the actual cash value of the property on Sykes was not only trying to Deaths which they are made Hence the avoid paying for the horse and in buggy but in connection with money invested the stock of the Church Mrs Caroline Church is absolutely safe The wife of Mr Billy Monroe the shipping clerk company John F Church of home office of the board is in Louis- Â¬ this county died Thursday even Â¬ or porter in Mr Starks house ville but Dr U V Williamis is ing at 10 oclock at the home of was working a regular robbing and C Gran Graham her husband on the Peaks Mill scheme on that establishment the president secretary of the local branch pike age 83 years The deceased Sykes sold a great deal of station- Â¬ m Â¬ was the mother of Mrs M P ery on his trips through the counThe Meeting Postponed Gray of this city and had never which he procured from the try The meeting of those interested been in good health since the Louisville Paper Company but in the organization of a tribe of death of her daughter Mrs W always had Monroe to wait upon P Levis in Dayton Ohio some calling at the stord early in Red Men announced for him afternoon has been postponed four years ago Her husband and the morning before any of the until some time next week when five children one being absent proprietors of clerks got down is expected Rev W T Boiling in Texas attended her bedside town when Monroe would supply it will be present with during D D The inter- Â¬ her last hours him with what he wanted supMessrs J B Mendenhall and J ment will take place this after- Â¬ posed to be about twenty five or fifty dollars worth of goods at a R McConnell of Lexington and noon at 2 oclock at the cemetery time but only reported nominal deliver a lecture upon the objects in this city Due cash sales to the cashier never and aims of the order Cofer Mrs Mary Ellen Cofer notice of the time and place of more than two or three dollars widow of the late Judge Martin will be and the two would divide the Dro the meeting next week H Cofer of the Court of Apin the daily papers The ceeds of the balance Mr Starks given peals died at Elizabethtown on became suspicious made it con- gentlemen interested in the new Tuesday aged 70 years The venient to come down town early organization expect to establish a deceased lady was a sister of Judge one morning when he saw enough tribe which will number fully one VV P D Bush formerly of this city will to authorize him in setting de- hundred members and which and was well known here where tectives to watching the pair who do great good in the community she made her home during the finally caught them in their ras- as its object is purely benevolent time her husband was Judge cality and they are now in jail of the Court of Appeals Pardoned but to Hang Mr Starks also found a lot of Mitchell Mr Hawkins MitchGov Brown on Thursday issued N depot in goods at the L ell who lived near Hatton died this city which had been shipped a pardon to George McGee the suddenly Friday night and his to Sykes with sight draft attached negro convict now in jail in this death was supposed to have been to bill of lading but whether the city awaiting sentence of death caused by apoplexy package contained more than the for the murder of a fellow prisoner Newman Mrs Thomas New bill called for he was unable to The pardon only relieves McGee ascertain until the stuff was re- of service of the balance of the man died at the home of her bus term in the penitentiary for which band on the Versailles pike near turned to the house While here Sykes stopped at he was sent from Lexington the Woodford line Tuesday after the boarding house of Mr J W which will expire in June and an illness of only a few days with bhe leaves several Harrod but paid his bill when he was issued in order that no legal pneumonia complications might arise and the small children to the care of a left broken hearted husband death sentence take its course Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SWEET Â¬ CIGARETTE w Â¬ Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon arriving at Washington at 740 a m Baltimore 900 a m Phila delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is placed on the Observa Â¬ especially Built by the Pullman tion Car Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Obser vation Cars serve their purpose better than any others that have ever been constructed As the F F V Limited is the only train having an Observation Car attached it necessarily follows that the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter esting enough to demand an Observation Car The F F V Limited is the only train running through from Cincinnati to New York that enables the business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and New York the next It is the only train for Jersey City Coast resorts which arc reached by the r K V at dinner time instead of in the evening It is the only train that enables business men to transact business in Cincinnati one day and reach Washington for breakfast the next morning It is the most desirable train for New England resorts connections being made in the Union Depot in Washington with the Colonial Express running through to Boston which reaches New Haven 410 p m New London 530 p m Providence 7 5 p m and Boston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 C 0 TUB S W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY RODTK IMS Liitef ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS YICKSBTJEG NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS South and Southwest Rates Tickets anil all Inrormntlon furnished by Ticket Aisen t of any Railway Co If not address W J McBRIDE ivellng Tr Pass Agent Louisville Ky T B LYNOH Hener il Passenger Agent Louisville Ky M M FOR A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION TO THC LOUISVILLE M M TIES I M M M THE BRIQHTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE H Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ only modern train lighted throughout 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 rbout 900 p m At Norfolk connection is made with the Old Dominion Steamship Line reaching New York 300 p m the next day Â¬ Â¬ 830 p m The F F V is the H Latest Market Quotations JJ H Latest State News H H All the Local NewsReports 1 B H Complete Press Largest Circulation in the South H 30000 AND OVER DAILY H M IsocentsTmonth Or 500 Year by Mall H JNO H I A HALDEMAN Bus MaR 608 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY H M H Kentucky Midland Ry G B Harper Receiver Only direct line between Dr Halos Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world vf y It absolutely cures catarrh Â¬ Â¬ Somewhat Complicated 1 il I i 1 Shares Wm Groom B W Hawkins Mrs S BSimpson Elizabeth Knott Mr O Q Thompson Lizzie E Lentz John T town limits the Board does not When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M think the city acquired title to it advertised Â¬ The annexation of Bellepoint to this city has presented some knotty questions to the Board of Education which they are loth to act up on and have postponed until the next meeting The school property in Bellepoint was deeded to the district for school and chapel purposes and as the district embraces territory outside of the Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort White Mrs Lettie E White Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT in the most soothing manner Cures ri lortesann quickest oetwnti Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A positive specific Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car for pneumonia Cuts Bruises Burns lisle Chilblains Sores of long standing Uaysville Cynthiana Fal Corns and Bunions are cured quickly mouth and Covington different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes Largo size cheapest Sold at P H ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND Carpenters drug store 8 It cures Kentucky Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Jan 19 1894 Armstrong H 0 Moberly Miss Etta Mosbey Mrs Maria Bishop W P Beck Mrs Venna Ponder W H More Mrs Lizzie Pryer Mrs Millie Beath Porter Edwin ffi A contract was made with the teacher of the school for the year and a school will have to be taught there until the session ends but the enrollment of scholars is not sufficient to justify the maintainance of a separate school over there by the city wnereas tne scnoiars can be ac- Â¬ commodated in the South Frankfort school with little or no addi- Â¬ tional expense The children living in Bellepoint cannot be pre vented from attending the South Side school if they desire to do so notwithstanding the West Side school is still open for them and should a graded school be established over there it would not be just to require one part of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by the annexation Chanqe of Time C resent Queen change of time went into effect Sunday November 18th Through train to Florida and to New Orleans leaves Cincinnati S3o a m Lex- Â¬ ington 100 a m arrives Chatta- Â¬ nooga 630 p m Jacksonville next morning at 1000 and New Orleans at 930 a m Evening train carries sleeper to Jacksonville via Birmingham C W Ry ofGa andS F Local train for Chattanooga leaves 745 a m Blue Grass VesClns W tibule 400 p in Zell D P A Cincinnati O 1 Â¬ H M YfVKl IJU71 I in died at her in Louisville on Wed nesday aged S4 years The with pale or sallow complexions Mrs White Courier Journal says or suffering from skin eruptions was one of the best known and or scrofulous blood will find most interesting old women in quick relief in Scotts Emulsion All of the stages of Emaciation Louisville Several months ago and a general decline of health an interesting interview with her are speedily cured was published giving an account of some events that happened in the early history of Kentucky one of which was the description of the entertainment of LiFavette Sue was takes away the pale haggard by Col Dick Johnson of Franklin county and look that comes with General a native Debility It enriches the blood one of the earliest converts of the stimulates the appetite creates Baptist Church The deceased healthy flesh and brings back strength and vitality For Coughs was a sister of the late Mrs ColdsSore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs James Saffcll and Mrs Jane eases ofConsumption and Wasting DisChildren Egbert an aunt of Messis Wil Sen J for our pamphlet Mailed FREE liam and James M Saffell and SoottBowne N Y All Druggists 60c and Mbtar Mrs William H Sneed and a LAWYERS cousin of Mrs M J Lewis all of Her funeral took place WM CROMWELL this city Attorney at Law yesterday afternoon at 2 oclock in Louisville Frankfort Kentucky Anaemic Women TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD 0 1831 TIME In ellect Dec SCHEDULE OF AM Nc 1 7 PO TRAINS l1 M I A F it 5IN07 ZZZZ TRAINS Lv Lv Lv Lv L A EiST A I No 2 w H No Scotts Lv imvall Lv Tuiinon Lv Georgetown Franktort Summit Elkhorn dwitzer tumping 70U J rouiui 7 IS 7 28 7111 711 23S I 243 24 830 840 am i 7411 B 8 Emulsion Ar LV C S Depot Newtown 75 747 OS 310 313 333 348 405 415 430 8f5 9 JO 03 101 1005 i 415 425 440 455 515 3 ID 545 560 Lv Lv Ar Centrevlile Elizabeth Paris TRAINS WEST 810 CI C I 8 S2i to k Ml No2 945 Ur6 10X0 10 IW IM No I iMlPM i NoGNo 8 Lv Lv u Lv Paris Elizabeth Centervllle New town ivC S Depot Lv Georgetown Lv lotinsou Lv Nuvall Lv Swltzer Lv KUliorn Lv Summit X B Â¬ LvSluiiplmtUroiilHl Â¬ 1 G25 p in I eave mnkfort i i I 81 Leave Frauktort 830 a in 1C45 a m Leave Frankfort 7 a in arrive Cincinnati 1020 a in Leave Frankfort 230 p in arrive Cincinnati SUNDAY TRAINS ieorutown 1037 a in arrive Frankfort 105J 1100 1110 1122 105i 1037 1040 1040 tilu fi45 051 C 555 531 545 645 I 042 67 1230 1232 017 105 125 035 140 045 710 150 gQQ 7MS 715 arrive Lexington 703 713 720 720 t 4 Jtiitli s Gaixus January In this city on Friday nth to Mr A O Gaines and wife a son ft- Also Real Estate Agent W1U practice In the Courts ot Franklin and the adjoining counties mill will ulso Kite special attcnton to the pur chase uiul sale ol real estate collection ot rents clMius and tli negotiation of loans Â¬ 230 p in arrive Jeorgetown 325 p in Leave Frankfort 230 p i arrhe Cincinnati 021 p in Lene Cincinnati 730 a in arrive Frankfort 1130 a in The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec tions loriu the shortest and cheapest ronte to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents or C D Â¬ llU0ani Leave Frankfort W J CJ1 INN A BROWN SfRON BITTERS Attorney nt Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In all State Courts tloor Cust ini Home Olllce second digestion Debility cures Dyspepsia In Â¬ Or Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure Q rape Cream ot Tartar Powder lien Puss Agt BERCAW Frankfort EO B HARPER Receiver ar d Gen Bupt Ky lvk r 11 - flftr1 ij pfT Tr w Ire B3MSBSER3WSBSBSBaM PjMlp KfP leap fJssr w CRUTCHER Mens Clothing For Cash Mens Suits all wool MensSuits Mens Fine Dress Suits Worth Sg now Worth 12 now 750 Worth 22 and 25 now 15 STARKS Mens Overcoats For Cash Mens Chinchilla Ulsters Mens Stylish and Fashionable Ulsters Mens Stylish and Fashionable Ulsters 1000 now 600 1500 now 1000 Worth 20 00 now 1500 Worth Worth on reliable and seasonable The extraordinary values which we are now offering goods can be judged from the following quotations Cbbbbuc 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 50c now 35c Worth 125 now 75c Worth 125 now 75c Mens Shoes For Cash Heavv Cork sole Shoes Heavy Boots Heavy Boots Childrens Boots small sizes red tops Mens and Ladies Mens Good Warm Arties Mens Good Warm Arties Ladies Arties Ladies Plain Rubbers Arctic Overshoes 1 For Gash 25 Si Only 75c Worth Worth Worth Worth S300 now S20C 250 now 175 200 now 149 Si 00 now 39c 40 up to Si 75 Worth Si 25 now 90c Worth 35c now 22c Mens Pants For Cash Mens Best Jeans Pants Mens Best All Wool Cassimere Tants Mens Best All Wool Cassimere Pants Worth 150 now 95c Worth 350 now 2 00 Worth 6 50 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 Si 50 now Si 00 Worth 200 now 150 Worth 500 now 3 00 Worth 150 now 125 niiaiaBBaaaBBiiBnBaaaaBiBaaiaBBMaMH H Fur Rugs For Cash Roclcy Mountain Goat Rugs Rocky Mountain Goat Rugs Chinese Cat 30 skins Russian Wolf Rugs 00 now 350 8 00 now 600 Worth 1500 now 12 00 Worth 1650 now 1250 Worth Worth 5 Boys and Childrens Suits For Gash Worth S400 now S275 Worth 1200 now 500 Worth 350 now 250 Worth Boys Satinet Suits 3 pieces long pants Boys All Wool Suits aies 13 to 19 Childrens All Wool Suits ages 5 10 13 Childrens All Wool Suitsages 5 to 13 Childrens Satinet Suits ages 4 to 13 Worth 200 now 125 4oo now 300 b Crutclier 82 avt h tjjngSJeiMMfcVK 3EBBBBKBSSamBBBS JBtstrltes Kills lecture at the Opera House Â¬ BIG FOUR ROUTE All lines from the South make in Central direct connections Cincinnati with Union Station through trains of the Big Four to Chicago St LouK Indanauo lis Columbus Cleveland New For full infor York and Boston call on nearest agent or mation address E O McCokmick Pass Traffic Mgr D R Martin Ticket Agent Genl Pass Cincinnati O JiOUISVIJIE Mr J Honning Nelms will de BestlJiiie to the Xortli and Ijiist liver a lecture on Joseph at the Opera Jloue in thi city on Mon Â¬ day January 21 t Mr Xelni- - is and handles his 111 able speaker subject in a masterly manner Read the testimonial- OPINIONS EAf KET TOBACCO MAR Â¬ i FURNISHED BY GLOVER St DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE just closed amount to Or IllOMIXENT IKOlLK Prof James Iv Patterson of Ivy State College said It is a remarkable piece of composi- Â¬ tion from the wide knowledge of bietory ancient and modern which it exhibits from the large range of general information which it reveals and from the skill with which its conclusions are worked out It is vigor Â¬ ous dramatic and novel and cannot fail to interest any intelligent audi- Â¬ ence Col Geo W Bain the great platform orator said It is full of true sublimity impor- Â¬ tant history and exquisite beauty It teaches what the young men of this age need to know Rev J W McGarvey of the Bible College of Transylvania University said It is interesting and instructive The style of composition is beautiful The and the lessons are impressive subject is old but its treatment en tirely now Gen Basil W Duke Editor of the Southern Magazine said It is a beautiful treatment of an in- Â¬ teresting subject Prof A R Milligan of Ken Â¬ tucky LTniversitv said In language chaste and by argu ment replete with historical illustra- Â¬ tions suitable to the dignity of the subject Mr Nelms proves the great- Â¬ Carlton Cornwall foreman of the Gazette Middletown N J believes that Chamberlains Cough Remedy should be in every home He used it for a cold and it effected a speedy cure He says It is indeed a grand remedy I can recommend to all I have also seen it used for Whooping 23 and cough with the best results 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist Â¬ hhds with receipts for thn same period of 2513 hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 6958 hhds Sales of tlie crop of 1S94 on our market to this date amount to 10151 hhds Prices for new burley during tho h week have been very steady and regular the demand continuing very active for the good to fine grades of leaf prices for such ranging from 9 to 15 cents with occassional hhds selling still higher The common grades have largely predominated in CIEUS THE tho offerings of tho week and prices EN- for such have been fully maintained SHIP M with a tendency to improved values 1KB THE The following quotations fairly Â¬ represent our market for burley to- Fr All 4 209 Sales on our market for the week j V Dandruff 3k C9W s the Hair ABSOLUTELY MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to SHflMPOrVfl Si JiTvr 7r by 1 Bid1 re imd- - llfF CHICAGO And all Ioints NORTH and WEST 2LrMCI ii ITOri 1 Trash darkordamaged tobacco f I 1 bacco 1894 crop Ji TJlADKMUtK Vestibued Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations For Further Information Address A SI O Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning tons celebrated method i V Rt lugs Common to medium Henry Brady teacher of Medium to good leaf J guitar will give lessons in Sax Uood to lino leaf wrappery uoinmuu uuiury Liiisu a uu Medium to good eolory 3 lofy trash Common lugs not eolory 3 00fi 4 50 Common Colory lugs Mediumto good coloxw 50fS2 fifSZ 75 a 75 I feu KMr 30 BLBryan CP Wfftraih KV OK D Pi A 5 50 4 50 5 50 LOUISVILLE t the Selector 7 00 5 50 leaf 6 OWo 10 00 10 00 1300 16 00 13 00 20 00 16 U0 i TABLERSmi D BUCKEYE OINTMENT A SURE rlllU J us Barker G P A Chicago Til i ith Â¬ rp K 2 j At IuJdSa ness of that good man of antiquity latest and most approved Pianos 100 100 Howard tuned and repaired Fiist class references furnished For terms The readers of the Roundabout aoply at 318 Clinton street will be pleased to learn that c there is at least oae dreaded disease 45 tf that science has been able to cure i n all its stages and thatiB Catarrh Halls To Cincinnati Catarrh Curo is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis Â¬ Feb Jan ease requires a constitutional treat April and 18 19 ment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken the Midland will sell tickets to Internally acting direetly upon the the Cincinnati and return at half fare blood and mucous surfaces offoun system thereby destroying the to persons holding an admission dation of the disease and giving the ticket to the Cincinnati Oichestra patient strength by building up the nature in or Apolo Club concert on the constitution and assistingproprietors The doing its work above dates Tickets good have so much faith in its curative three days that they offer One Hundred Eowers for any case that it fails to list of testimonials Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke cure Send forCHEENBY it CO F J Your IJifo Away Toledo O 8 10- - Sold by drvggfeta 76c 17-18-Â¬ CURES NOTHING BUT PILES BIG FOOD ROUTE BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD BY AXZ DRUGGISTS PreputlJrSXOEABSSOft MED CO ST LOUIS known for 15 years as the and CERTAIN CURE BEST LINE TO AND FROM CHICAGO Solid Vestibuled Tnilns with Bullet Purlor nirs KleKutit CohcIich Dlnhur Cars Wuraer Sleeping Ciiih nml lutcst Improved Private Com Â¬ partment Bullet SlHcpliiK Cars muKidllcIently itiinlslirtl with toilet accessoiles In eun conw Mt IOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALM tment Â¬ WORMS WHITES CREW ST LOUIS CirHeHit olid Vestlhuled Trains with Buffet Parlor oaches Ulnliii Cars and Wagner nutlet Sleeping Curs fr BOSTON riieniilj through Sleeping Cur line from cinnati Jilegnnt Wiigner Sleeping Cars Cin Â¬ VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE HICfURDSOif NEW YORK Soiitlm extern Limited Solid Wstlbuled irdis with Combination Library Bullet und binoklngOars Wagner Sleeping Cam Klegunt IlicheH ami Dining Cars landing passengers In ew ork City at 4AI Street Depot Positively EVERY GUARANTEED1 SOU BY AXI DRUGGISTS The J P Hurry Priest of St Pauls Lexington Ivy said I think it well calculated to foster taste for scriptural and historic reading Rev J tWj No to one Urac- - up nlcotiiilz d nents eliminates nicotine polsoas makes weak men guln strength weight and vigor Positive euro or money refunded or mailed free Address Hook at druggist Tlie Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph Oct G ly St New York 10 Spruce St Thet uthful startling title of Inok about the only harmless IUuumkki curt If jou want to quit and aint 11 u rrprd KDICUIK i CO 8T LOCIB For Sale Good second hand phaeton in good repair Call and see it I 5 ility kl ly NO FERRY TRANSFER tr KLACK IlURLEV Job work neatlv cutod at this office exe- - K Puss Tralllc Munager Be sure our tickets read vlu BIO FOUR O MrCORMICK D B MARTIN Genl Puts Ticket Agt CINCINNATI