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ESMSEraSE i r F tf The VOL XVII Framfort Roundabout A GEO A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO 38 Ja FBANKFOBT KY SATURDAY APRIL 21 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Col Borrys IJesponse tag TILE DEADTA PISTOL Highest of all in Leavening Power Baking Powder Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE Monroe Dean Killed by littin Bradley Wll- - The following letter from Hon Albert S Berry has been received BILLIARDS and pool in response to the one written him G PAYNE by Mr W Ht Murray last w ek CHAS Billiards and Pool in regard to securing an increased appropriation for the improve The Club Main Sheet ment of the Kentucky river The Finest Tnblps In the city Gymnasium and Bowling Alleys uttached Washington D C April 13 94 Â¬ Business and Professional Directory ROBERT GORDON Painter and Paperhanger ON FURNISHED SHORT IjISTIMAiES satisfaction guaranteed Orders left at M P Grays Haidware Stor will receive prompt attention Mar 31 Um iin l2 Mr Wm H Munay Dear Sik Your letter received CONFECTIONER LAWYERS I A difficulty occurred on the corner of Wilkinson and Clinton streets Sunday evening about 730 oclock between Monroe Dean better known as Boley Dean and William Bradley which resulted in the almost instant death of the former It seems that a party of young men were standing near Mr P At Fuhs grocery Bradlev among them when Dean who was under the influence of liquor came along and trod upon Bradley asked Bradleys foot him not to step on his foot when Dean said he would cut his d n feet off or something like it and started toward Bradley who walked Dean followed away-- from him him up when Bradley warned him once or twice not to come any nearer but as Dean continued to advance upon him Bradley drew his pistol and fired the ball striking Dean in the heart and killing him Bradley went immedi instantly ately to the jail surrendered to Jailer Williams and was locked up The case was laid before the grand jury on Monday and that body returned an indictment Wednesday morning charging Bradley with manslaughter His bond was fixed at 1000 by Judge Cantrill which he gave and was released from jail The case was called Thursday morning and postponed until next term Bradley who is only seventeen years of age is a son of Mr John Bradley foreman at the Kentucky River Hemp Mill and a quiet young man who had made his arrangements to go East on Thurs day to learn a trade which the unfortunate affair will prevent his Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ml ay 11 41 St Clair Street I Home mado Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream ed and urged upon the House which to prepare and file briefs wish you would send me the andSoda Water In season Clears and Tobacco new bridge The Cincinnati Chamber of Com- several pamphlets heretofore pub- Near DRUGS merce case was transferred to lished and any suggestions you ad- Â¬ may be able to make upon the bill Louisville and the Commission W H AVERILL which journed to meet in that city on like I send you to day I would to have Judge Hords suggesDruggist Wednesday tion in behalf of the mer Main Street opp City Hall Yours Truly The Connty Ticvy A general stock ot Drii Fine Stationery a Cigars and Tobacco A S Berry Prescriptions specialty compounded at all hours on The Court of Claims met A True Friend Monday and fixed the county JNO W R WILLIAMS CO A friend in need is a friend in- Â¬ levy as follows For general purDruggists deed Every family should be pre poses 40 cents on the hundred pared to treat scalds barns bruises 314 Main Street dollars railroad tax sixteen and wound3 cuts fcc by keeping a box of Prescriptions carefully and accurately fllled at nil Dr Hales Household Oinment handy two third cents tithes one dollar No other remedy gives such quick hours A flue line ol Fancy Toilet Articles relief or exerts so soothing and heal Â¬ and a half FLOUR AND FEED ing effect For irritated eyelids sore Squire William Smoot one of nostrils chapped lips and Mhnds felons sores DONALDSON the magistrates from the Bald rough skin boils Price 25c andetc REOCK 50c nothing equals it Flour Meal Feed and Knob district having resigned Mr at P H Carpenters drug store c Countrv Produce John Harrod who has been nomTypewrter for Sale A No Fincel Block South Side inated as a candidate for the posi- Â¬ 2 Caligraph Typewriter in excelOysters Fish unl Game In season Choice tion at the November election lent condition is offered for sale Pickles and Preserves A pply at this offiee was appointed by County Judge at a bargajp LIVERY Williams to fill the vacancy qual- Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder MANGAN DARNELL A Pure Grape Cream ot Tartar Powder ified and took his seat as a member of the court Fine Livery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I will as I have always done make in the best fight possible for the fair of the railroads The evidence the Miles case was heard and the recognition ol the Kentucky river The amendment will be present- Â¬ attorneys given sixty days in JOHN R TODD Manufacturing Confectioner CHAS T RA Y Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Office In the Hume Bulldlnp WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties and will also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase uiul sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans W J CHINN JR Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky OfUee J second imvt Â¬ Will practice In all State Courts ltoor Custoni House NEWSDEALER u GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller 332 Main Street Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Bancy Goods PAINTERS -- Â¬ Â¬ j m Â¬ W B BRIDGEFORD i Grasp the Opportunity druggist P H Carpenter cordially invites you to try a 25c bottle of Dr Hales House Â¬ hold Cough Cure This new remedy acts quickly on the bronchial tubes throat and lungs lessens the desire to cough and heals mucous mem- Â¬ brane If consumption it will cure you Pleasant to take The children c like it Our enterprising THS JPLAINL Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on hand TELL LAWN zkotxt-x-jIot- s MOWERS 12 To The Base Ball Park The Capital Railway Company HAKTSTE1JJ lOJnch doing Dean the man who was killed nad the reputation ot being a Cut Ijoosc quiet orderly citizen when not intoxicate but inclined to be quar- Â¬ Abut two hundred saw logs be relsome when under the influence longing to Mr Abe Gum which of liquor were tied up to the bank in Belle Interstate Commerce Com Â¬ point were turned loose Saturday night and allowed to float off down mission It was evidently the the river Three members of the Interstate work of some scoundrel who Commerce Commission viz Hon wished to catch them below and W R Morrision of Illinois W claim salvage on them G Veazy of Vermont and Hon Tho Evolution J C Clements of Georgia met in this city Tuesday as a court to Of medicinal agents of gradually to hear the cases of Messrs Miles relegating the old time herbs Son and the railroad Commis- pills draughts and vegetable ex sioners against the L N and C tracts to the rear and bringing O Railroads and the Chamber into general use the pleasant and of Commerce of Cincinnati against effective liquid laxative Syrup of N Railroad the L Messrs Figs To get the true remedy see that it is manufactured by the Miles Son were represented by Messrs Knotl Edelen and the California Fig Syrup Co only sale by all leading druggists Railroad Commissioners by At- For Cedar Posts Anyone wishing torney General Hendrick while a supply of red cedar posts will do Judge Ed Baxter of Nashville well by calling on John C Quire and H H Jackson Esq of Cin- near Old Crow Distillery Woodi cinnati looked after the interests ford county 31 im Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ have secured from Mr Jas A 3 50 3 75 6 00 4 00 Murray the right of way through -his place and will extend their line out to Thorn Hill Ball Park a These machines are guaranteed in every respect and to give satisfaction or returned at my expense distance of about three thousand feet The road will leave the main -- II line in Mr Murrays field run along the north side of the orchard and thence up the Please take notice that I will move hill to the ball grounds The from my present location to work of construction will begin as Harris old stand soon as the rails arrive and be HARDWARE MERCHANT pushed to an early completion 34 16 to mr Whom - Â¬ Plan Contfi id M P GRAY A Z No 214 St Clair Strati K Son on Â¬ No apology is necessary on the score of medical propriety for thus announcing to the profession and the public that we have made a long careful and special study 7 of cancerous diseases together And if you are in need of any- with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the thing in the Dry Goods results of our extensive experience Fancy Goods or Notion in Kentucky and surrounding line you should take countries in a system of rational of and successful treatment that we advantage believe has never heretofore been this attained and we are able to point to thousands of successful cases not in a boasting but rather in a spirit of thankfulness that we are thus able to prove so clearly our As Prices Tell and Everybody assertion that our system does Tells the Prices With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of suf-Â¬ ferers and approved by the pro- Â¬ fession we should be wanting in humanity if we neglected any means in our power to spread the glad tidings among those afflicted At No 319 Main Street near with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases State National Bank Next door to R McClure Announcement m Â¬ We have printed a pamphlet giving the symptons cause c varieties of cancers and tumors Anyone feeling interesting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ dressing Smith Drs Current Paris Ky 17 tf Â¬ W J Scottow keeps on hand a fresh supply of Aromalc Dont fail to include a package in your next order for groceries 28 6t Dr Halos Household Ointment It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Oures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in tho most soothing manner Oures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Oures Coughs and Colds taken intornally A positive specific It absolutely cures catarrh Is the finest remedy in the world Removal Sale TS for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains Sores of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all else superior to all else it has no equal 25 and 50o boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H lrf Carpenters drug Btore For Sale on Rent house on Ann street J tf 8 Mv rltvnlllnn1 T Buckley 1 m iSrV f 2 I I Hudson HumphriesCasselJ UUUUI3UI2UUI2il2Uk2EmjiWU Y - ri t 8fl - H READY MID m I J UJJ Iu Â¬ HIT PhO 5 H THILORIHG m 8J J ing We would impress upon you that we buy only f the best manufacturers and that our cloth 1 Is Better Fits Better i Wears Better We Than the ordinary kind call your special attention to our SIO 1250 1350 1500 suits They are the best to be had for We are reliable the money dealers and never misrepresent Try us for a spring suit rTtEnrarrtrrrcrrmarrmar Our success is due to the fact that we not only use the best ma terial but give the utmost care to every detail of construction It is our constant aim to make the best and that we succeed is proven by our large business both at home and from a distance Â¬ A 11 i SPRING WOOLENS In the choicest and latest ready for inspection designs i M n fi ifj now r Hudson HumphriesCasselI Rev B Clay Lilly and Capt Thomas G Poore attended the meet- Â¬ Mr Saml R Smith left Wednesday ing of Louisville Presbytery at Eliza bethtown this week for a visit to Louisville Mr Henry Hale came home from Miss Mason of Virginia is the school at Hogsett Institute at Dan Â¬ guest of Miss Eva Hoge ville Friday and remained until Wed Â¬ Hon Willis L Ringo of Ashland nesday visiting his parents was in the city Saturday Mrs Kate Patton and Mrs Fannie Gen B W Duke of Louisville Trabue of this city have been ap- Â¬ spent Tuesday in this city pointed to clerkships in the Pension Louisville and will g6 to Mr W Lindsey Hale returned Sun Â¬ Office at to reside that city day from a visit to Mayfleld Mr Stuart R Knott of Louisville Hon W 0 Owens of Georgetown N RailVice President of the L spent Wednesday in this city road was In the city Tuesday as a Judge Jos H Lewis nnd wife have witness before the Interstate Com Â¬ returned from a visit to Glasgow merce Commission Mr Will Johnson of Lexington Mrs Dade wife of Dr W H Dade is visiting his parents on Glens Greek of this city has been dangerously ill of Miss Alice Withrow has been visit Â¬ at the home but her father in Woodford county ing relatives near Midway this week improving slowlyat last accounts was Miss Virginia McAteer of Louis ville is the guest of Miss Annie Head Bfatrlmonial Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL H3w City Mr Humphrey Evans returned Monday from a visit of several weeks to Ashville N C Hon Henry George Warden of the Penitentiary left Wednesday for a trip to Washington Mrs Wm Kelley and Miss Mary Agnes Thompson of Louisville are vittiting Mrs Caswell Bennett Mrs H T Groom of Lexington is visiting her parents Rev T N Arnold and wife near thib city Mrs Loulio B Longmoor and son Mr Woodford Longmoor returned Monday from a visit to Cynthiana Mr Western B Thomas and wife of Anderson Ind are visiting Mrs Ellen Thomas on Washington street Mrs Carrie Jett and daughter Miss Belle Giltner returned Saturday even Â¬ ing from a visit to relatives in Lex Â¬ ley Attorney General W J Hendrick lqft Tuesday evening for Washington large number of the relatives and old friends of the Bacon family as also of the personal friends of Messrs John S and Lewis E Harvie who have been life long devoted friends of the N Bacons gathered at the L depot in this city Wednesday morning to pay their last sad re- Â¬ spect to the remains of the late Mr Lingston M Bacon and of his sister Miss Sarah Bacon which arrived from Rogers Ark on the The majority of above day those present at the depot best who were among the and many of them the oldest citizens of Fiankfort also attended the reinterment ceremonies at the cemetery which were conducted Campbell Keller Mr Jesse by the Rev Geo Darsie of the Christian Church snd friends Campbell and Miss Laura Keller with all due solemnity other respect and were married at the Howard House for the honored dead Thursday by Rev W C Taylor Advertised Letters at Frankfort Cardwell Rossen Mr W W Kentucky Card well and Miss Mattie Rossen adver Â¬ Below will be found a list were married at the home of the tised letters for the weekof ending brides sister in Louisville on April 91 1894 Hermes Snn Wednesday by Rev H M Pols Baker Win Bruwner Sallle Ann llardslck Reud Hrey John grove They will make their Bradley Major Broun Jenever Juckson Wni home in this county Knight Lizzie Uielant W Quite a As a Meeting Point Â¬ Mr John F of bhelby county and Miss Dora Corn of this city were married Monday evening at the residence of Mr John Taylor on Holmes street Rev H G Hen- Â¬ derson officiating Foster Foster Corn i Defuess Cant Be Cured f WW BP By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachiun Tube When the tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when It is entirely closed deaf Mr George L McOhord and wife ness is the result and unless the in of Georgetown have been visiting flammation can bo taken out and this Mr G M Galbraith on Short street tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever this week nine cases out of ten are caused by Capt Jacob Swigert will leave next catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ week for a trip to St Louis and Fort flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ Leavenworth in hopes of recuperat Â¬ face ing his health We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by Mrs Rollins of Memphis Tenn who has been visiting Mrs M W catarrh that we cannot cure by Woodson on Wapping street left taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars freo Tuesday for home ington Bradley and son and Mrs Adams of Philadelphia Mr Bradleys sister spent Thursday in the city Miss Clara Orutcher who has been visiting friends in this city returned to her home near Ducker Station Thursday Mrs T H Dress Goods The Synod of Kentucky and usual we have the finest As the Presbytery of Ebinezer in stock of dress goods in the city October Call and see them Co Sam D Johnson 33 2t How Much Rain Will Fall Millinery The weekly Courier Journal has Our stock is unusually attractive struck a popular note in its weather and we aie receiving daily the guessing contests A wonderful amount of interest was takn in latest and most choice styles up its offer of 1000 for the closest Trimmed hats from Sam D Johnson Co 33 2t guesses to to the coldest day and temperature during February at Special Sale or Silica Louisville and much valuable On Monday all of our wash information was gathered by subsilks wili be on sale at 42 cents scribers on the subject This contest has just been decided per yard Price for Monday only there being twenty eight lucky 33 2t Sam D Johnson Co guessers The Weekly Courier now makes another offer Great Novelty Freo Journal on the same line For the closest A very uniq ie and handsome guesses to the amount of rain that will fall at Louisville during the nickle plated box for carrying month of May the Weekly postage stamps in the vest pocket Crutchllfld Hallle Lottus Thomas J Ulelile Mollle Miirblmll Adeuley will give Courier Journal iooo will be mailed free upon receipt of Davis Sum Mitchell Z W Uoeblln Julliin Marshall Blrdu divi- ed into eight cents for postage This money will be Stamps irBory Jullu V Partln 8 0 Address C B Ryan iiny t K nineteen presents one of 500 accepted Held Mr D E Jrnhani l O ltotuler F A two of ipo each two of 50 each A G P A C 0 Ry- Cin Uoilu Mrs Bell Smith Peter Harris Mrs Louis Simpson Sallle 2 four of 25 each and ten of 10 cinnati Ohio linger Ida Spear Noah lluss Mrs Lou Tamil Will each liacn guess must be acHolt A J Tevlne Bob companied by liynes P H Williams Auhur to pay for one Awarded When calling for these letters say years subscription to the Weekly Highest Honors Worlds Fmir S B Holmes P M advertised Courier Journal the best Democratic paper published The rainFail to do Their Duty i will be held in this city this year Co Sam D Johnson 33 2t Â¬ The State League of RepubliGinghams can Clubs in May A fine line from 5 cents a yard The Press Association in June up The Normal Teachers Associa- Â¬ 33 2t Sam D Johnson Co tion in June The following State meetings low prices Matting 50 rolls of choice matting ui at 11 fl 1 Â¬ I - - 1 Â¬ Â¬ fall is scientifically measured Â¬ Everybody has at times failed to do their duty towards themeslves Hun dreds of lady readers suffer from sick headache nervousness sleeplessness and female troubles Let them follow the example of Mrs H Herbrechter Stevens Point Wis who for five years suffered greatly from nervous prostration and sleeplessness tried physicians and different medicines without success But one bottles of Dr Miles Nervine caused sound sleep every night and she Is feeling like a new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheeler Laramie City Wyoming who tried all other remedies declares that after three weeks use of the Nervine for headache nervous prostration Sold etc she was entirely relieved by J W Gayle Trial bottle freo Â¬ to Â¬ DR Â¬ the hundredth part of an inch The heaviest rain fall in May dur ing the past twenty years was i seven inches and forty six hun Â¬ dredths of an inch The lightest was one inch even The measurements are made by the Govern- Â¬ ment officials of the Weather Bureau at Louisville Sample copies of the paper with full par- Â¬ ticulars of the contest will be Write sent free to any address at once as under no circumstances will any guesses be received after April 30th Address Weekly Courier Journal Louisville Ky Â¬ CREAM BAKING POWMfi MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD A n iwtsfvjB9fvHitMki m smimmum IWmW Wtf T Fwt M 3 1 NEW GOODS 6l i H H H M Ai mJjIjIJIjII lp r Wi are constantly adding new goods to our line and now have ready for inspection a fine assortment of WE H H rt R M THE JEWELER n n nrarnriririnmr uirrjjujujcjujiukjujcj ujiiuujuuujju rnrnrnrtrrirTiririirtr Wedding and Birthday Presents I2sT FRAHKFORT SEE OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF KY H H Sterling Silver and Extra Plated Ware BEAUTIFUL BRIDES Wcdclliijj oT Mr S French Ilogo and Miss May Fulton H H M H H Belt Buckles Hair Pins Hat Pins and Silver Novelties Wright lie Hulc llitlgoway Nuptials v ll r fe K invited guests The gallery was crowded the choir was filled with people and chairs had been placed in the side aisles to ac- Â¬ commodate the guests leaving only room in the center aisle for the entry of the bridal party A boundary of white ribbon enclosed a space set aside for the family and immediate friends and relatives over 100 in num- Â¬ ber who alone were invited by per- Â¬ sonal invitation no cards to the house reception The altar was also decorated with a wealth of palms and potted plants It was 830 oclock before the en trance doors were thrown open wide and Mr R Jefferson Hall at the organ struck the opening chords of Lohen Â¬ grin and the bridal party entered The buzzing hum of voices ceased and all eyes turned toward the door The party advanced to the altar in the following order Messrs Fax Loughborough and Eugene Polk Claude Thompson and J E England jr D F S Galloway and Ed Win fleld Morohoad Wright the brides brother and D H Cantrell Misses Annie Cockrell and Eva Hoge of Frankfort Ky the grooms sister Carrie Hempstead and Alice John Â¬ son Lucy Gannt and Annie Watkins remainder of the Frankfort party Leah Thompson and Maud Sevier of left on their special car for Frankfort New Lewisville Ark followed by Ky After a short sojourn in the Blue MisB Oaroleno Peay the maid of Grass State the happy couple will go honor and tlio bride loaning on the to Jhlcago their future homo arm of her father Capt W FWright A brilliant reception was given the As the bridesmaids stationed them young couple at Ingloside tho selves in a broken semi circle about groomsmen in a country home of Ool C E Hoge on the altar and the similar circle just below the groom Wednesday evening The numerous Mr Stephen French Hoge and his guests invited from tho city went out boat man Mr Robert Irvine Mason of Frankfort Ky preceded by the on a special train over tho L h N rector Rev Wallace Oaruahau ad Â¬ railroad and by private conveyance vanced to meet them The elegant home was beautifully It was a beautiful yet impressivo decorated with flowers the grounds group The organ hushed its in spired strains and in a clear earnest brilliantly illuminated arid Saxtons voices the rector spoke the solemn Orchestra from Lexington furnished words and vow was given for vow tho music while the supper was which made tho young couple man and wife The ceremony was brief elegant Mrs Hoge was assisted in although the ring was used Tho receiving her guests by Mrs S maid of honor unfastened tho bridal French Hoge Mrs P B Hogo of veil which had heretofore concealed Baltimore Mrs G T Blackloy the features of the brldo and drew it Misses Evlyn Hogo Frankfort Mary over her head Every eyo was sot upon tho picture Emma Bright Winchester Ruth of loveliness disclosed roseate with Mason Dora McPhorson Lowisburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ago Still greater interest centered in the event when the parentB of the groom Mr and Mrs Ohas E Hoge Gen Fayette Hewitt and Mr G J3 Harper a distinguished party of Frankfort Ky were announced to have arrived in a private car to be present at the ceremony which was Announced for last night at uhrist Long before the hour fixed Ohurch for the ceremony Christ Church was crowded to its utmost capacity with We are indebted to Mr W M Kavanaugh formerly of this city but now business manager of the Little Rock Gazette for a copy of his paper containing the following account of the wedding of Mr S French Hoge and Miss May Wright in that city on Wednesday of last week Although he kindly sent the paper by special delivery it reached us a little late for publication in our last issue For weeks past Little Rock society has been in a flutter of excitement over the prospective marriage of one ot its iavorites miss May Fulton Wright one of last seasons debutan- Â¬ tes and Mr S French Hoge of Ken- Â¬ tucky The fact that society wed- Â¬ dings have been few and that the bride was beloved and popular beyond the hope of most young ladies wa8 beautiful as well and that the groom was a comparative stranger in Little Rock added unusual interest Long before to the coming event the cards were out it was the chief topic of social gossip and the friends of the bride prospective felt drawn more closely to her in ties of friend Â¬ ship since sho was to be taken away from them and become a resident of a foreign city Invitations for the event were issued about two weeks Â¬ Â¬ society belles and were attired in gowns of white organdie trimmed with lace the hnaid of honor carry- Â¬ ing a bouquet of pink roses and the bridesmaids bouquets of Easter lillies The presents displayed at the house were numerous and elegant many of them being costly while numerous tokens of remembrance esteemed as dear as gold and silver yere sent in from her host of friends Those from the grooms Kentucky friends showed the high esteem in which he must be held at home Little remains to be said of the bride that has not already been told The daughter of Capt and Mrs W F Wright beloved of everyone who has had the good fortune to know her endowed with rare personal beauty a sincerity of nature and sweetness of disposition a fortune for any young lady her absence will make a permanent vacancy in the social circle and her husband has won as rare a prize as Arkansas can afford The groom Stephen French Hoge is the son of Ool Ohas E Hoge of Frankfort Ky 0 E Hoge is Presi dent of the Mason Foard Co Cashier of the State National Bank at Frankfort and connected with other enterprises French Hoge is a young mun of splendid business attainments was auditor of the Ken- Â¬ tucky Midland Railroad for several years and at present is in charge of the work of digging the ship canal from Chicago to the Illinois river for which his fathers company has the contract He is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and is a model young man in every respect having won many friends during his brief stay in the City of Roses The bridal party accompanied by the parents of the groom and the strains of Mendelssohns Wedding March had died away the bridal party were being driven to the residence of the brides parents on West Markham street where a reception at which only the immediate friends and relatives were present was held the wedding cake cut and after hap- Â¬ piest congratulations with loving regrets the happy couple were bid adieu and took the train for Frankfort Ky The bride was radiantly beautiful in a rich gown of duchesse satin en traine trimmed with St Galle lace diamond and pearl ornaments the gift of the groom Her veil was pinned to her wealth of dark hair with a diamond brooch She carried in her hand a bouquet of lillies of the valley The maid of honor and bridesmaids were a group of Little Rocks fairest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ blushes a happy smile in her magnificent eyes She took her husbands arm led the way from the altar kiss- Â¬ ing her hand to Mrs Thos Laflorty in the audience as she passed her slightly bowing and smiling recognition to friends as she passed them The party followed her in the follow ing order Mr R I Mason and Miss Carolene Peay Mr D H Cantrell and Miss Leah Thompson Mr Morehead Wright and Miss Maud Sevier Mr Ed Winfield and Miss Lucy Gannt Mr D F S Galloway and Miss Annie Watkins Mr J E England and Miss Mr Carrie Hempstead Claude Thompson and Miss Alice Johnson Mr Eugene Polk and Miss Annie Cockrill Mr Fax Loughborough and Miss Eva Hoge Before the last Â¬ THE ABOVE CUT BEPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents LeCompte Apr H 3m Gayle Co McLean and 0 F Exum and Missc s Bettie Keenon Ora Leigh Rebecca Johnson and Rose Crittenden Sax tons Lexington orchestra discoursed sweet music during the evening South Side Va Miss Emma Hoge and Miss Mary Echols Last evening they were entertained by Mr G T Blackley and wife at their home on Ann street THE IIALB RIDQWAY NUPTIALS THE HIGHEST AWARD The following account of the mar Â¬ riage of Mr Nat Hale son of State Dr Price Unking Powder Ue Treasurer H S Hale and Miss Ruby eeives It Ridgway is taken from the Mayfiold Mirror of April 13th Chicago Tilbuue For leavening powder keeping At the Methodist Church Wednesday night in the midst of flowers qualities purity and general excelferns and friends Mr Nat A Hale and lence the Worlds Fair jury decided Miss Ruby Ridgway were bound to- that Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder gether for life at Hymens throne by had no equal On each of its claimsÂ¬ it was awarded a first prize ora diplothe silken cord of love The church with the seating ca- Â¬ ma All the baking powders entered pacity of about eight hundred was for prizes were subject to a most ex- Â¬ packed and standing room was at a haustive examination and the jury premium Friends by the score wero was the best equipped to make the compelled to return to their homes decision ever gotten together Their by reason of being unable to enter verdict was supported by the testi- Â¬ Never in the history of our little city mony of Dr H W Wiley chief chem- Â¬ have the eyes of the people feasted ist of the United States Department Dr upon such a brilliant scene in mar of Agriculture at Washington riage circles within her walls The Wiley is an expert on food products church was beautifully decorated and the highest authority on such This verdict with evergreens and cue flowerj and matters in America beneath a snowy white umbrella they settles a long debated question as to wore pronounced man and wife by which among the many baking Rev O P Speigel of the First powders is the best Christian Ohurch The lady attend- Â¬ For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ ants dressed in white Paris muslin gowns and Gainesboro hats trimmed dence on Miin street opposite the with pink roses and moire crepe carrying a bunch of pink roses the Presbyterian Church Mrs V B Rodman maid of honor in a rich brocaded silk and the bride in a beautiful cream satin en train with bridal veil and Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Medal and Diploma white roses exceedingly beautiful The grooms best man gentlemen attendants and ushers wore conven- Â¬ appeared tional full dress suits doubly handsome by the reflected beauty of the fair ones The flower faries delighted all as they tripped along and opened the gates ot tho should he rich to insure floral arch for the entry of the party health Poor blood means to the altar The party was greeted by a charming bridal chorus rendered Anaemia diseased blood by the voices of Mesdames J T means Scrofula Myles W S Halo Misses Margaret Reed and May Wilford and Mr J D Watson and the cornets of Messrs E A Johnson and 0 R Boone Miss Mary Halo of Frankfort sister of the groom was the maid of honor and the grooms best man was Mr J N Beadles jr of Hickman the other attendants were Miss Emma Green and R O Wilford Miss Ilattle Al britton and W T Landrum Miss the Cream of Cod liver Oil enriches tho blood Gussie Youngs and J L Stuntson cures Miss Cameron Boone and A S Ander Anaemia Scrofula Coughs son JUiss iiessio Wiltom and w Colds Weak Lungs and Lindsoy Hale Miss Malona Farthing and H J Wright and the ushers Wasting Diseases Physicians wero Messrs G E Budko John the world over endorse it Ligon W B Bolingor and W L Austin tho flower children Johnnio Dont be deceived by Substitutes Bell Kestorson Elmer Simpson Fropsred bjr Scott i Uuwno JJ Y All Uruesitu Mabel Norman and Nicholas Boadles After the ceremony tho couple loft for Frankfort on the 1021 train where they will spend a few days with the No local dealer can compete with us in variety v ywvv vm parentB of the groom after which designs and cooruK4 are they will return to Mayfiold and take handsomer man e er oeiurc rooms at Mrs Youngs Tho young couple wore handsomely 60 entertained Tuesday evening by tho We can save you roll per cent on c ery grooms paronts at their homo on Send 10 cents toipay postage on large pack Sonond street on which occasion tho age of samples Match borders and ceilings hostoss was nssistsd in receiving tho fjjg HEGAN WALL PAPER CO Incorporated guostB by hor daughters Misses 348 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY Annie and Mary Halo Mesdames OaBwell BonnottThos G Pooro J G i mar 10 2m Â¬ m M Cleans the Scull iiml EEMOVES DANDRUFF AND OTJEES ECZEMA Â¬ Â¬ Restores the Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by all lnisssts Price 23c KMy Ji THADE MAItK Â¬ Â¬ leb 4 EQ-U-AL- 12 Blood I e Four weeks by our method of teachlngbook keeping Is equal to twehe weeks by the plan Positions guaranteed under certain old conditions Best patronized Business College In the South 500 Students in attendance the past jear Eleven Teachers NashUlle Is the educa- Â¬ tional center of tne South Cheap Board No vacation Knter any time Home Study We hue recently prepared books on Book keeping Shorthand and Penmanship especially adapted to home study send for our Free illustrated 80 page catalogue and state jour wants Ad dress j f Diuuuhon President Draughons Practical Business College and School ot Short Â¬ hand and Telegraphy Nashville Tenn N B We pay J5 cash for vacancies as book Â¬ keepers stenographers teachers etc reported to us provided we 111 same Mention this paper when ou write painting Emulsion Scotts 4 1L WORK EXFCUTED PROMPTLY AND rl satisfaction guaranteed Paper hung In the latest style at the following prices 10 cents Side wall per bolt Celling per bolt 10 cents l PaDernanginn PEN MERCHANT KJO Mar Sl lm Shelby street South Side Chesapeake NEW YORK TON BOSTON Ohio Ry Â¬ PHILADELPHIA WASHING Ciies and all Eastern Shortest Line between LOUISVILLE LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect Nov 1st KAST 1I0DN1 1802 Wall Lve Lexington 22 dally 715 am Midland Accom No 20 daily ex Sun 1140 a m Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally 615 pm Mt Sterling Accom No23dallyex Sun530i u Atlanta Express No Paper WfcST UOUNli I I j without change No Bus transfers Lexington Accom No 27 dally ex Sun 8KX a m Louisville Express No 21 dally 12451 M Lexington Accoin No 25dallyexSun415 1 m Vestlbuled Express No 23 dally C15 v m Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Through Sleepers from Lexington to New York O W BARNEY H W FULLER D Arr Lexington P A tienl Pass Washington Agt D C Asst Kv C B RYAN Genl Puss Age Lexington Cincinnati L 4 i ARE YOU AWARE THAT Si 5000 is the sum THE VERDICT IS RENDERED r the jury says satisfies Madys tune and that STERLING SILVER GOODS ARE A GODSEND IN THESE HARD TIMES Thrift and success crowns the jeweler who is abreast of the times that sees the wisdom to handle them Your instruction from the Judge is that you call on FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered at the post offlce nt FrankfortKentucky ns second class mailable matter W L COPPERSMITH The best and individual attention given to my repair department as I dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected General Comment Why Christianity has Failed in India is the title of an article in The Forum by Virchand A Gandhi and it is worthy of study by all who are interested in religious problems Max Muller says that the Hindoos are better fitted for Christianity than any people who have accepted it and the author of the article in ques tion claims that Buddhism is a much further advance in the direction of truth as applied to ethical problems than is Christianity itself Be this as it may there are many scientists in this country and Europe who believe that Buddhism and Christianity of all the religious of the world are nearest the scientific truths of existence and who attempt to prove that true Christianity stripped of what they term its mythology and what is called esoteric Buddhism are one and the same According to this Hindoo writer no true Brahmin has ever been converted to Christi Â¬ anity in all the years since missions were started in India while many Christians have been converted to Buddhism Perhaps after all the Jews were not the only people who knew Christ and in attempting to convert the Hindoos we are trying to teach Christianity to a people who are better Christians than we are Â¬ GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT APRIL 21 1894 Circuit Court For the past two weeks the greater portion of the time of the court has been taken up with the trial of civil cases of minor im- Â¬ that any attempt in the body of a tariff act to distinguish between the qualities and levy greater or less specific duties by reason of such difference will make the act itself cumbersome and unwieldy Both arguments have considerable base but the general concensus of opinion in all countries having a more or less protective tariff system is in favor of the specific plan so held W IVlcKEE HARDIE KY Now is the time to plant - HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT Q eurcLen W MoKEB HAEJDIE Jan 21 11 portance The grand jury concluded its labors Wednesday returning one hundred and six indictments and made its final report stating that body had found the penitentiary jail and workhouse all in good con- Â¬ dition The case of the election officers at the Gas House precinct at the last November election who were indicted at the last term of court came up Wednesday on a de- Â¬ murrer to the indictment which was argued the demurrer over- Â¬ ruled and the case postponed until the September term A demurrer was also filed to the indictment against the city found at the last term on account of the bad condition of the workhouse was also argued and overruled the case being set for trial Â¬ Â¬ The Evening Post of Louisville some time since made an offer to all its Kentucky readers to pay 5 each for ten short stories to be selected from those submitted by competent judges and all of which must con- Â¬ form to certain conditions set out in the offer Of all of those sent in but seven were deemed worthy of publica- Â¬ tion and of these seven two were from Frankfort being by Col Thos B Ford and Maj H T Stanton Col Fords was a story of the escape to Cuba of Gen Jno C Breckinridge at the close of the war and was pub Maj lished in Tuesdays paper LANDRRTHS On hand and will ask you to give us a call We have a new and complete stock of 4 C L IAYLE CTWF1 I JOE T STATEN ft CO ourselves Leaving out of the question all the scientific disputes which have arisen regarding each religion sect and schism it does seem a very peculiar philosophy and rather a relic of barbarism than anything else that we who preach a religion of univer sal brotherhood should so strongly claim that the truth has been re- Â¬ vealed to us alone that no other people and in the days when Christi Â¬ anity was established the Jews and even the Roman Empire were but a small part of the world have had the fostering care of a loving God That is universal brotherhood with a vengeance And how dare we looking at Christian countries as they are now and as they were in the middle ages say the lives of the other peoplea of the world prove that they did not have the true religion I firmly believe that when all is revealed to us we will see that God had his own way of making Him self known to all nations and that our mission has been to develop and reform rather than to originate a belief which is present everywhere where man has risen above the con- Â¬ dition of animalism Â¬ Â¬ Stantons has not yet appeared In commenting on the failure of the contributors to send in the full num- Â¬ ber which conformed to all the con Â¬ ditions and were of sufficient inter- Â¬ est to secure publication the Post which many makes the remark would be novelists have found out for themselves that Story writing is not as easy as it seems Hve purchased the entire stock of j 3 im FURNITURE e The Recluse Blood Will Tell According to the condition of it If in bad order it shows itself in pim Â¬ ples sallow complexion and various erruptionB of the skin If in good order it shows in the clear complex Â¬ ion the glow of health the good spirits The latter condition you can produce by the use of Dr Hales Household Tea the great blood puri Â¬ fier and nerve tonic 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug Of Frankfort Furniture Manu facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT it 1 Thursday The case of Coyen charged with setting fire to the blacksmith and wagon shop of A J Bartlett Co in which fire the late Chas T Egbert was so badly burned that he died from the effects was taken up Thurseay morning an indictment having been found at this term and the defendant was released on his own recognizance B sore c Â¬ LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAR KET DURRETT FURNISHED BY GLOVER LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i f Come now and look we have 100 i OHBVAL 1500 1800 Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 2654 hhds with i receipts for the same period of 1824 i hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ Frankfort Commandery No 4 uary 1st amount to 61310 hhds Sales i Knights Templar elected the fol- Â¬ oftnecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 62731 hhds lowing officers on Thursday evenk JlAJWJlr JWAAJW The market showed increased strength over that of last week on all ing to serve for the ensuing year grades While there can be no John Bradley Eminent Comquestion of the fact that a large per mander cent of the plants which were already up were destroyed by the recent cold V L Clark Generalissimo there is nothing in the situation to Guy Barrett Captain General curtail the proposed planting if the DEALERS IN Jacob Swigert Prelate weather in June is favorable ibr transplanting Geo W Wilder Senior War- Â¬ w The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ den The Roundabout has received resent our market for burley to- Â¬ David Nicol Junior Warden from Senator Voorhes Chairman of bacco 1893 crop V A Kaltenbrun Treasurer the Senate Committee on Finance a Trash dark or damage d 3 50 2 50 tobacco M P Gray Recorder copy of the Tariff and Administra Â¬ Common Oolory trash 4 00 4 50 Standard tive Customs Acts of 1890 and the Medium to good colory John T Murphy 7 50 5 00 Bearer trash Bill H R 4804 or more popularly A COMPLETE LINE OF 5 00 Common lugs not colory 4 00 Henry Wilson Sword Bearer known as The McKinley and Wilson Common Colory lugs 6 50 7 50 Geo A Lewis Warder Tariff Bills which are compared sec- Â¬ Aiemum to gooa coiory RUNNING HORSE GOODS Gus Schaefer Sentinel 7 50 9 00 lugs tion by section and thoroughly in Â¬ dexed The pamphlet forms an in Â¬ Common to medium leaf 8 003 11 0C ALWAYS ON HAND 11 00 15 00 to good IJiirjrlurizcd teresting study but it is hard for the Medium fine leaf leaf 15 00a 18 00 Good to average person to form any intelligent Select or wrappery 18 00 21 60 The grocery of Messrs Howard comparison of the two bills for the -KntT See the Worlds Fair for 15 Cts mar 10 Sni McCoy on StJCIair street was reason that the duties in the McKin entered on Sunday night by a ley act are mainly specific that is at Upon receipt of your address and so much by weight or quantity thief who broke open the back while the Wilson bill is mostly con- Â¬ fifteen cents in postage stamps we will mail you prepaid our Souvenir door and stole about six dollars structed on the principle of so much Portfolio of the Worlds Columbian from the cash drawer This is the per cent ad valorem One must be Exposition The regular price is fifty GKEJT I3ST03ST we want you to sixth time the store has been a walking cyclopedia on the market cents but as the price nominal have You one we make robbed and still there is no clue to prices to tell how much per pound will find it a work of art and a thing ten twenty or thirty per cent ad to be prized It contains full page the burglar views of the great buildings with de- Â¬ valorem will be scriptions of same and is executed in Ileal Estate Transfers highest style of art If not satisfied This difference between the two with it after you get it we will re- Â¬ Our disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ Mr Noel Gaines has sold acts has caused much discussion pro fund the stamps and let you keep the STERED FURNITURE through the real estate agency of and con in the newspapers and re book E Address H Bucklen Co Chicago 111 One side insists that the 4 Co the reviews Messrs L B Marshall offer We will ad valorem plan has given scope for office building on Main street ocMiles Nerve and Liver Fills frauds wherever tried and has had cupied by him as a coal office to to bo abandoned in every case for the Act on a new principle regulating Mrs Virginia Duvall specific system and that it is a retro Â¬ the liver stomaoh ana bowels though grade movement to adopt the latter the nerves A new discovery Dr Strawberry Festival Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor while on the other hand it is contend Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ Every piece of Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while bad taste torpid liver piles constipa The ladies of the First Presby- Â¬ ed that the difference in grade or tion Splendid for men women and the assortment is unbroken quality of the variousproducts should Smallest terian Church will give a straw- be provided for by the valuation and children for 25 cents mildest surest 50 doses Samplesfree at 45 ly berry festival in the parlors of the that cheap goods should not be com- Â¬ J W QayleBjFrankforttKy church in the near future for the pelled to pay the same specific duty Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder benefit of the church as the more expensive ones It is al Worlds Pair Highest Award Knights Templar Election Suits and over 300 Bedsteads to sell in ihe next few months i i i Â¬ 226 ANN STREET JUIJWA Â¬ Black Hursey HUE HBBHESS a n d SADDLES TROTTING and 232 -A- STREET i YOU WANTTO inventory THIS OFFER at i Â¬ RRDUGED PRIGE8 R ROGERS until further notice greatly 1 Â¬ Â¬ SON i 3HHIIHSHHIHHHHflHIHIIlHHIHflHHHBIHHI9IBjub I S 1 rjnRnnanrrnCTnnranrirrinnrrinrriCTnnrinrineinrrnnriEiririrnrnriiJinrpirT uuujijyuJUjujujKyuyujwiuuu jy nn We make all kinds of nn ri rrrrirrirrnrrnrinrnnnrnnrrnrnnnrannrnnnnrarranrintanncianTirnnci wj ujjujLJUJLJLJLLwuLJUjLuurJiJwaiuiujLJuiucjrJuJUJiUuuiuuui2ji r7 cjij WVi Y V molrn nil TTonrLmcirln J11U1VI 1UVIV UUUVI -- 1 VEHICLES nncnnEinarnrnrjrjiRTiracinnrnraranarinn no 3 rtki I3U PAIHTIHG net nn nn rifl I IIII i 1 I Hi 1 iii ii 1 1 1 1 1 n HBIIIehII III M GIB r PBBHESS amTSBBDLEQY a rnmrjiriarCTrnri3nariirrnnnrrrnnfinnnCTrnnn L n BS rn U 12 Oil Of all hinds of Yehieles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern appliances for doing the worK m first class manner bend m your worK Terms very reasonable GO rjk1 gg tan Eii en nn aa nn CCI CJ rn na rci THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRICES BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS rn ua en BUY OP US ua en ca en eia en en ca en fe FACTORY HEAD OF BROADAVAY tin 12 IMPLEMENTS f i Oil lu enenenenenenenenenencinenennneneeaenenrnrnenrnenrienenenrnrnrnKn en rnnenetnesenrnnnenenenrnenenenrnrnenenrineneneneneneneeaenenennn LJU AND EXTRAS FOR SAME na 12H VJ STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE 1 Binders Rakes era en THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS r i eta en rL V so fc i Irt T J t- - - pj 7 St v Ft 4 life company 10 agents 10 insurance company 20 life insur- Â¬ ance agents 10 building and loan FRANKFORT APRIL 21 1814 investment company 4 guaran tee co COUNCITj proceedings 20 telephone company 25 lawyers physicum and denTIic Xiiccnsc Ordinance Adopted tists 10 real estate and pension In the Jbnee of u Kemon- - agents 10 laundry and laundry stranee Prom the Tjead- agents 20 peddlers 75 auction- Â¬ inj Mcrcliants eer 10 gas and electric light companies 125 water companies The City Council met in ad- Â¬ 100 street car for each car 1 journed session Tuesday evening meat dealers ice dealers 25 50 with the Mayor and eight council stock yards 50 penalty for openmen present ing coffee houses on election days following remonstrance fine 100 The signed by several of our leading This is the first passage of the business men was presented and ordinance which must be read and read viz passed a seqond time at another To the Gentlemen of the Common meeting This will be done next Council Tuesday evening We understand that the license Committee of the council are to The Complexion oT a Chi11esc report a license system classifying the different business according to Is not yellower thin that of an unfortunate the stock of merchandise carried Individual whoso lUer complaintof lias assumed the MilTerer the chronic form The ejebils If this is a fact we desire now to assume a sallron Hue there Is dull rain In the notify you that we will not pay region ot the otRitn aftected the tongue Is coited any more license than is charged breath sour sick headaches usually but not alnays occur and there Is sometime dizziness the smallest dealer in our Constipation on arising from a sitting posture also attendants of this very lines The character ol this and dyspepsia arealways In agKnitatliiii form common ailment clasof cities guarantees us this II ible to breed abceases ofits liver which are the Stomach Hitters and if necessary we will appeal to very dangerous It Hostetters the troubles coni wholly eradicates as well as In with it and which It originates pllcited the courts for our rights chills and Tevcr a complaint which always yields jo the bitters the ller Is seriously lnolved Very respectfully This tine alterative tonic Dry and Indigestion rheumatic removes costlveness ODonnell Weitzel nervous and kidney trouble and debility Goods Marshall Roots and Meagher CHEAP KAfLltOAD KATES Shoes Cassell Hudson Humphries Tailoring 1 R R will sell The L Dry Co Sam D Johnson round trip tickets to Dallas Tex Goods May 8th to 10th ct one fare I Davis Dry Goods Tickets limited to 10 days from Henry Ringold Dry Good date of sale On account of Son Dry Southern Baptist Convention J L Rodman Goods Starks Crutcher On account of the General As Son R K McClure semblv Presbyterian Church the Mr Pruett then made inquiry L N R R will sell round trip of the City Attorney as to their tickets to Nashville Tenn at one rights in the matter of graded licen- Â¬ fare May 14th 15th and 16th ses and was informed by that officer Tickets good until June 2nd that the council had the right to govern such matters Mr McClure On account of General Confer- Â¬ addressed the council on the subwas answered by Council ence of M Church South the L ject and N R R will sell round trip man Pruett who explained the ordinance tickets to Memphis Tenn at one intention of the license fare April 30th to May 2nd as reported by the committee The ordinance was then taken Tickets good until June 1st up by sections Sections I 2 3 4 and 5 were April 22 23 and 24 the Kenadopted defining the duties of city tucky Midland Railroad will sell officers tickets to Birmingham Ala and Section 6 license for merchants return at one fare good for 15 carrying from Si to 500 stock 15 days Account Confederate Vetper annum from 1001 to 2000 eran Reunion from 2001 to 35 per anuum from per annum 40 3500 Mav 7 8 and 9 the Kentucky per annum 5501 to 5000 50 will sell tickets Midland from 5000 to 7000 60 per to Dallas Railroadand return at one Tex annum from 7000 and over 70 fare good to return 30 days irom per annum Account bouthern date of sale Mr Haly moved to reduce the Baptist Convention 1 to license on the class from to 10 and deduct the 500 Bucklcns Arnlcu Sulvo Which advalorem tax from that motion was lost Section 6 was The beBt salve in the world for Outs then adopted Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum The whole ordinance was then Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands passed and fixes the following Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and positively cures Piles or licenses no pay required It is guaranteed to Billiard table pool table 35 Rive satisfaction or money refunded For sale by 10 Price 25 cents per box ten pin or bowling alley 8 ly Phil Oakpknteii shooting galley 50 circus and menageries 100 side shows etc BROWNS IRON BITTERS 20 restaurant or eating house n- oures Dyspepsia 10 Dawn broker fco huckester Debility fire insurance 125 20 banks FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT DR W I KELLEY O Y TOBACCO OF CINCINNATI will be at the Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday May 12 1894 May 26 1894 June 9 1894 April 28 1894 Crockers Honest Fertilizers I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglca operation atid with little or no pain ltEEERENCES Hardle Franklort Ky J A bcott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky J T Staten Frankfoit Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Kj Rev L P Hulett Deusun Ky A II McClure Frankfort Kj V J Hughes Frankfort Ky W McKee g JnsM WlthrowFrankfoitKy West Eighth street Cincinnati aiM where he may be found everj day of each week except SATUR Â¬ David Moore Benson Ky DBKELLETS ofllceand residence Is at 259 DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the niodo of treatment sent tree to anyone W I XlLLEY M V by addressing 259 V Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE l hhnngn o r LIO PATENT NO TICK come forward and settle with me Immediitely and all persons having claims sualnst the est ite will piesentthem to me t lopcrlt pioveu before B hTONK the lliot d i or June April Admr S L Thorn isson DfelC l not ledto - ALL PERSONS INDEBTED T H L Thomusson are hereb T1IF ESTATE 1B MONROE Stoneware LINED ND- rJ pfrls FGAk M r IND 1 W effort KLi 3 irjrTO--u- -- usm is vimm mi 1 Sent 2l tf MV3rA i Axsarjaffi iff vvr Â¬ SlJlii -- irf z v tzm kvj raasv in Kiwis Tfi pisala FiiM km hooS FOR SALK MY- - Refrigerators Â¬ Ma 1 1 Posts Â¬ I have for sale 2000 A No For CEDAR POSTS further particulars appl me on mv premises T N Arnold Feb 2 tf t- - H G MATTERS THE- WHAT DOES IT MEAN It mctni that theQuem n1 Crtirent Umilt Ii IT mllfi ihortetl Ictwcia tmitnuitl ami LtxIiiRtun Jlinilra ihurttit Ciminnitl to lllr mlnnliamt Mmilc ilmrteit ClDclimall tu New lrkn lo mile iboruot Cincinnati ta LhutUnuug Atlanta ur JfcckmmvUU Horidl Â¬ SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS Plionaiher 334 MAIN STREET tetwctn all of the above point Through Care to Vlckstmr and Hhreie Duly lint running through care Cincinnati to KnoxYillo aaJ port Aiheillle N C Direct liuo to Texai anil Mexiio via New Orleana or via Hhreveport Aik ugenta about toure to California From Loulivllle hhelty ville anj Iawrenctliurit direct unnectloa ii mado at LexiogUia lth vtlbuk d trului to all puluts SoutD W C KINKAIlSOJf QenUaMrAgtsiit Cincinnati O QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE digestior FRANKFORT K nKaK3SuJHHaU U - BROTHER MASTIN ggManwtassCTXijiiana niiiiii 6M 4 4I 1 Ml s fi nmuiiMlAjwMeji1iiiflBnajiwmi the ugency ing vehicles implements etc cock II A Mower Lideigh Studebfiker Ohl Hickory and We have secured nnil will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ vl i Columbus Buggy Co H If Iiab Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly m tfiJfifcl0fl 3 - - -i-i- -r - - - -- SF MvBarTtjTjJM Wfc- fSarTft3Kv4 iJTt - - rs 3W ys WMtfLT iTCY-i btif Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Bakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc xusss m m i oome sz insiMiinsnE stooz W A Wl me l i IVS KETjIGIOUS AS TIN BROTHERS iFJIAXK IIALJjOIIAN Swigerts block formerly occupied Expired by Mrs Harris The store room BEAD L IJ MARSHALL GAINES Rev W C Tay- Â¬ Tho Popular DrurIht lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m Yesterday Morning After and 730 p m to morrow as usual Brief Illness Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 a m Baptist Ciiukcii I 1 -- a Christian Church -- Rev I J Spencer of Louisville who has been preaching every night this week preaches also to night ab 730 and to morrow at 11 and 730 Young Peoples Society 650 tian Endeavor in the lecture room at of Chris Â¬ Catholic Church Low mass at 8 a m High mass at 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m At High Mass a mission will be commenced and will be continued during the week with services at Rev Fathers 730 each evening Aloysius Boscho and P J Mulconry Jesuit Priests will conduct tho ser vices The usual services to morrow will be conducted by Rev It L McCready the rector Preaching at 11 and 730 Rev J McClusky Blayney D will occupy his pulpit to morrow 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society Christian Endeavor will meet in Lecture Room at 045 p m You Episcopal Church First Presbyterian Church D at invited of the are Methodist CiiURfii Rev II G Henderson the pastor will preach to- Â¬ morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p as usual Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene in the class room at 7 oclock m Jtev B Clay Lilly the paBtor will preach at 11 and 730 Sunday school Southern Presbyterian Church at 930 ville this morning to supply Mr Spencers pulpit at the Broadway Christian Cnurch to morrow Rev George Darsie goes to Louis- Â¬ a promising meeting Large crowds have attended the meetings at the Christian Church special seats being thiB week necessary on several nights The interest has grown rapidly from the Rev Mr Spencer of the first Broadway Church Louisville has done tho preaching and has greatly pleased the people He is a quiet earnest speaker and so plain that a There child can understand him have been a number of confessions He preaches again to night morning and night and also every night next week The Shoot the result of the Gun Club shoot Wednesday after- Â¬ noon g booby medal Gibbons Following is Luschcr Webber Hcffner 9 13 13 Shinklc Stubenriuch Hanncn ODonncll Gallery 28 12 17 13 OBrien P medal All Free 20 u SAN FRANCISCO CAL Those who have used Dr Kings KY LOUISVILLE NEW YORK NY Discovery know its value and New oppor Â¬ those who have not have the tunity to try it free Call on the adver Notice to Stockholders tised Druggist and got a Trial Bottle free Send your name and address Hemoverl to His New Stand OF THE to H E Bucklen Co Chicago and WILL HE A MEETING stockholders of the Franktott mid flat get a sample box of Dr Kings New court Turnpike Road Company Mr A Hartstein has removed Creek In Frankfort on Wednesday at the 9t at Life Pills Free as well a copy of Mav house Guide to Health and Household In- his stock of dry goods and notions 11 oclock ii m for tho election of olllcersand tlie transaction of any other buslnets that inii All of which is structor Free meeting guaranteed to do you good and coBt from the Main street store to the cumubelore the A HARROD President L nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug HEN MARSHALL Secyand Treus in Apr 21 td room on St Clair street 4 Store Â¬ Mr Frank M Halloran suffered an attack of la grippe a year or so ago which left him with a rising in his ear that caused him much trouble at times On Tuesday night he was taken worse and his uneasiness in bed awakened Mr Foster Baird who was sleeping in the room with him over the drug store of Holmes Halloran who asked if he could do anything for him In reply Mr Halloran said he was suffering great pain in his head and asked Mr Baird to give him a dose of morphine The latter wanted to go for a physician but Mr Halloran said it was not necessary as he thought the mor phine would relieve him and Mr Baird went down into the drug store prepared a fourth of a grain dose of the drug and administered it but it was almost immediately thrown up Mr Baird did what he could to relieve him and ab ut 2 oclock Mr Halloran said he was feeling easier Mr Baird laid down and dropped off to sleep Awakening again about 6 and finding Mr HaPoran unconscious he sent for Dr James and notified Mr Hs sister Miss Katie As soon as the Doctor saw him he pronounced the trouble infiama- tion of the brain He and Dr Coleman who had been treating Mr Halloran for the ear trouble attended him closely to the end but there was no hope from the st rt as he never regained consciousness passing away about 930 Duroclock yesterday morning ing his illness his sister Miss Katie was constantly at his bed side and his brothers and sister Mr Pat were telegraphed for Halloran came from Paducah and Miss Mary from school at Nazareth on Thursday and were with him in his last hours but his brothers Charley of Memphis Tenn and Will of Paducah did not arrive until all was over Mr Halloran had made numer ous friends during his residence of eight or ten years in our city and all that loving hands could do was done to oothe his dying hours Ho will be sadly missed and his death is sincerely mourned The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at three oclock from the Church of the Good Shepherd and the remains will be interred in the cemetery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ has been handsomely fitted up presents a neat and inviting ap pearance and is filled with a large and select stock of goods which is being sold at the lowest prices Being a live and progressive merchant who keeps abreast of the times he is determined that one wishing anything in his line shall always find it in stock and of the best quality His old time customers will now find him nearer the point where 0thcy used to deal with him in the years gone by and will feel more at home when they call Remember he is now at Harris old stand and has every thing the ladies want for a spring If you dont believe it outfit stop and look at his handsomely decorated windows Â¬ L B MARSHALL CO Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET 1 Â¬ FOR RENT STORY FRAME RESIDECE OF SEVPJJ This rooms on Cross street 11 ur Conwin Is very Ueslrible property and will be rented ut a Life Insura no bought and sold and loans l i 1 moderate price FOR SALE PLANTS and tomato plants X grade or early cabb t Sweet potato pepper celery and other plants In by Eliwnnger Bros season Plants are on sale James Heeney and J M B mta T AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE WO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE Cross street near Conwav Thin proper- Â¬ ty has u very co l lot Is In an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low llgure AT Moving the Exchange Mr Adam Lake of Lexington Superintendent of the Telephone TORY Company is in the city and has a TWO 14 acresBRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMrf This of land In Hrldgepoit Is good property and Is offered at a bargain force of hands at work stretching wiies preparatory to removing the telephone exchange from St Clair street to the Collins building corner of Main and Lewis streets FINELY LO 210 ACHES FOR SALE FOR SALE A FARM OF 253 ACRES S FOR SALE Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of ti rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock bams besldei all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this pnpertyarenew and In hrst class condition This farm has a nuantlt ot line tobacco land and wouldalso make u first class stock farm It also 1ms a young peach orchard ot a thousand trees besides other fruit MILES FROM J u upRg 3 EiSN inn high state of cultivation the Improvements OF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES are In tine condition and In order to make a EESIDENCE propert has a lot 67 by 150 leet quICK sale will be offered at a bargain and Is well located FINE FARM OF cited 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpllce road upon which there Is a brick resi Â¬ dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allother necessiry Improvements This land Is A FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR SALE WITH 2 RESIDENCES and other necessary Improvements two miles from Frankfort This property Is all In erassand would make an exc lleut Dairy or Harden farm 15 ROOMS A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVENproperly IsON Conwaystreet South Side This In good repair and we are authorised to rent It at per month L B MARSHALL Formerly of Wakefield R CHOATE CO L H Both tho method and results when Syrup of Fiys is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste aud acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ROOM RECENTLY OCCUPIED BY THE Liver and Bcwels cleanses the sys Frankfort National Hank It Is one of the pply to tem effectually dispels colds head finest business places In M- i- elty VAULT CO SAFETY TRUST aches and fevers and cures lmhittinl Mar 31 4t constipation Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and rc Fine Farm for Rent oerttible to the stomach prompt hi hs action and truly beneficial m its CITY ADJOINING DUDLEY FARM effects prepared only from the most ieorxetown pike containing limits healthy and agreeable substances its 205 acres on theresidence tob icco barn and largo farm ninny excellent qualities commend it sttbles Splendid dairy and tobaccopartlcu For Possession given March 1st 1K1 to all and have made it the most larsapplyto KRaNKCHINN popular remedy known Frankfort Ky Jul 22 tf Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute W CAVtAI o rlftUt IYIAHKSjW CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO COPYRIGHTS FOR RENT Choate FINNELL Â¬ Â¬ PLA3OTG MILL AND Â¬ HOGSHEAD FACTORY PURCHASED THE PLANINU MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SASH IJLIVDS FRAMES AND SHINIfLFS TURNED WORK STAIR WORK AII KINI1SOF Â¬ Â¬ rlkHdVMTI -- as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Olllceon ilver front A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For a House CHOATE Sept 2 ly Â¬ CAN I OI1TAIN A PATENT For a prompt unawor and un honest opinion write to ill IJNN A CO who lmvo bad nearly tiny years oxpcrlcnco lu tho patont business Communica Â¬ tions strictly confidential A Jliimlbook of In Â¬ formation concerning Patents and hovr to ob Â¬ tain tuera sent free Also a catalogue of mechan Â¬ ical and tcloiitltlo hooks sont free Patents taken through Munn k Co rccelvo special notlco in tho Hclontlllo Aiucrlcnn and thus uro brought widely berorotho public with Â¬ out cost to tho inventor This splendid paper Issued weekly elegantly Illustrated has by fur tho largest circulation of any scientific work In tho world S3 a year Bnmplu copies sent frco JlulldlnK Edition monthly tlM a year Hlnslo cents Kvery number contains beuu copies tlful plates In colors and photographs of new houses with plans enabling builders to show tho Addross latest designs and securo contract W I FINNELL Orchard FULL Lawn GARDEN STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL grape vines usparagus small fruits shrubs and every thing usually found In a nursery Wo sell direct to tho planter establishment and liavo no agents Catalogues on application II F H1LLENMEYER Mur 10 am id MUNN CC NEW Lexington Ky YOIIK UUt DllUALWAY kjfffu cV 7 1 J AT T WW w tle TO CALL AND PURCHASE TTvliIle t3ne3T INVITB can gret in benefit of oiir XjO Note a few of the items below Prices What they need our line I General Hardware and Wall Paper Skates Guns Cutlery Powder Shot Loaded Shells Cartridges Harness Whips W Mixed Paints Brushes Oils Glass Plaster Lime Cement Salt Sash Saddles Leather White Lead S Doors Wagons Iron Wheels Rims Spokes Iron Roofing Wire Sewer Pipe FluePipe Fire Brick Farming Implements Mill Supplies c Cor Main and Lewis Streets Dcntlis Miss Sadie Brewer daughter of Mr James Brewer ET P M A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank -ise THE NEW ST CLAIR STREET BRIDGE tiee- - Brewer Wb l 5 It Mr Wl m kv h- m r 1x died Sunday morning at the home of her parents on South Shelby street aged 16 years Her funeral took place Monday afternoon Sharp The following notice is clipped from the Lawrenceville Georgia Herald of April 17th Mr S T Sharp who for a year or two has been a citizen of Lawrenceville died last Sunday He has oclock morning at been in very feeble health all the winter and his death would not have been a surprise at any time although he was able to walk A remarkabo about the house fact connected with his death is that he told his friends several days before that he would die on Sunday and his prophecy was He was buried in the verified new cemetery here yesterday by the Odd Fellows of which ordei He formerly he was a member lived at Frankfort Ky and onjy came to Georgia a few years since of Capi He was the father-in-laWe understand that he Comfort was 6g years old at the time of his death Tate Mrs Lucy Tate wife of James VV Tate late State Treasurer died about 6 oclock Monday evening at her home on the corner of Seond and Shelby streets after a protracted illness aged 52 years The deceased was born and raised near Millville Woodford county and was the daughter of the late In 1865 she W W Hawkins was married to Mr Tate and came to this city wrere she has con- Â¬ tinued to reside and where she has made many friends who will sincerely mourn her loss During her last illness she had the loving care and a attention of her only child Mrs Al Martin of Louis ville The deceased was a sister of Mr James B Hawkins of the Farmers Bank and Mr John Ed Hawkins of Woodford county The funeral took place from the First Presbyterian Church Wednesday morning at 10 oclock Tracy Miss Kate Tracy died at the home of Mrs Ann Tracy in the Pea Ridge neighborhood this county on Sunday after a lingering illness with consumption aged 19 years 1 w Â¬ MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Vestibuled Trains Dining Oar Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Classs AccommodationsFor Further Information Address - 8 L Bryan If A W G Crush D Pi A LOUISVILLE OR KY Tin nbov cir r rsentsthe new bridge which n w unites the north and south sides of the city extending across the river from the foot of St CUir street on the north to Bridge street on the 1 he South Side cut was made from a photograph taken before the bridge was entirely finished showing a hole in the floor through which stone was being taken from one of the Id piers to build the wall in the rear of the south abut- Â¬ ment with the engine used for hoisting the stone still in position The bridge is the longest single span structure in the State the length of span being 406 feet roadway 24 leet sidewalks 6 feet each and cost the city and county 65600 all of which has been eight months after the first stone Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 paid except 5000 which is re was laid in the north abutment The bridge is a handsome structained until the King Bridge ComKentucky Midland Ry pany of Cleveland Ohio which ture one that we all feel proud of Stiortest and quickest between corporation built it removes or and if we said anything about it Â¬ Â¬ has removed from the river the old piers which as shown in the cut are still standing The contract was let last July and the bridge was to have been com- Â¬ pleted by the 15th of November but after much cussing and jawing and the fact being developed that Frankfort had more bridge build- ers and kickers and the Rounda Â¬ bout was al ng towards the head of the class than most any town in the country it was finally all kinds of travel thrown open for on the 24th of March nearly Â¬ the company which was building CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT it or the engineer in charge during Only direct line between the time it was being erected for which we are sorry we are glad of Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Car it and thats all We have got a lisle Maysville Cyathiaaa Fal Â¬ bridge a good one and thats mouth and Covington what we were wanting with a great big W all the time and because ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND it was so long coming we kicked and kicked hard The south abut- Â¬ TRAINS RUN BY gInTHAL STANDARDTIME notwith- Â¬ ment is still standing IBM TIME TABLE APR standing our direful predictions in p M F M A M regard to it and may continue to No 1 No 8 No 7 TRAINS fi AST stand as long as wc live If it A falls after that time it is certain not Lv Frankfort 700 420 100 4 26 706 110 to carry us or any of our children Lv Summit Lv Elkhorn 711 432 125 718 440 140 down with it and we are satisfied LvSwltzer Groan A 4 51 723 Lv Stamping 200 Â¬ 1 I I 1 Lv Duvall 734 Â¬ 1WJ Lojjs Plentiful The recent tide in the river though not very high brought out a large number of logs and the sawmill men of this city have secured a sufficient supply to enable them to run the greater A num portion of the summer ber of rafts were also bought here by the lumber men of Madison Indiana Â¬ persons subject to attacks of bilious eolio to learn that prompt roliof may bo had by taking1 Chamberlains It will be an ngroeablo surpriso to Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy In mnny instances the attack may bo proventod by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms of tho disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by P H Carpenter South Side druggist Our liver his famous licture Born On April 13 1894 to Poor Kin at the Baptist Church in this place Tuesday evening Mr B T Gaines and wife a The occasion was one of rare en- Â¬ daughter Sarah Elizibeth joyment Russell Estes and sister Miss Mr James Crockett of Hawes Bertha made a business trip to ville a former Franklin county Midway last Thursday boy paid us a visit the first of the Marion Baker son of Mr John week ft was the first time he had has beni Baker of Woodlake been here in twenty years very ill several days this week Mrs Myrtle Gddard who has The Franklin County Teachers been sick during the past month Association was held at the Court we are glad to announce is better Mouse in Frankfort Saturday Miss Lucy Stedman has been April 14 1894 The meeting quite sick during the past week was called to order by Thos Mrs Rebecca Crockett of Hunter After praver by Prof Bridgeport and Mrs Sallie Crock- T M Good light the subject of was ett of Thistleton were the guests how to select trustees opened for discussion by Thos of Mrs Fannie Parrent the first Hunter The hubj ct was thor of the week oughly discussed by Profs Z O The weather has been delight King McHenry Rhodes John ful for a week past causing farm Robbins Goodnight and work to progress rapidly and Messrs Shelton and Pairent Bro Burden ministered to his Prof John Goodnight made a few congregation at Beech Ridge last remarks on Didactical marks Saturday and Sunday after which they adjourned to May 12 Mr S Black has about recov- meet again Saturday 1894 ered from his recent Him ss Born April 18 1894 to Mr The infant of Mr Sylvester Whitman died at the home of its George Turner and wife of Wood parents at Woodlake last Monday lake a daughter night Miss Mattie Greenup who has vV been quite sick for a week or T Featherston has in Mr course of construction a residence more has about recovered Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Hem jni wife who have on the site of the house recently Mr Henry resided in our town during the destroyed by fire Dr T T Eaton Editor of the Penn and family will occupy it a past two or three years have reWestern Recorder Louisville de- soon as it is completed moved to Missouri Forks of Elkliorn Lv Johnson Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Ar Paris Lv B Â¬ Edzubetb Â¬ 0 I A 830 M P 9 05 820 740 755 808 810 740 458 04 512 520 5 31 5W 643 515 M A 210 220 235 300 120 335 345 400 M M P TRAINS WEST No 2 C No 4 G19 Cough Remedy It is used in more ArCantervtlle i7 92d Ar Newtown Sims Ar U S Depot 940 641 than half tho homes in Leeds 10 37 Georgetown B 645 Bros Leeds Iowa This shows the Ar 651 1147 esteem in which that remedy is held Ar Johnson 6 57 1151 Ar Duvall 11 00 703 where it has been sold for years and Ar Stumping Ground 713 1110 Swltzer is well known Mothers have learned Ar Elkliorn 720 1117 is nothing so good for colds Ar Summit there 726 1123 r A croup and whooping cough that it Ar Frankfort 735 1130 cures these ailments quickly and per Â¬ manently and that it is pleasant and N A connects with L B connects with Q 4 C and L S 25 and 50 safe for children to take C connects with K C rent bottles for sale by P H Car Â¬ penter South Side druggist SUNDAY TRAINS n m Our better halves say they could not keep house withoutOhamberlains No8Noia T35 Lv Ar Elizabeth Paris 915 920 60 ti15 465 506 581 747 800 650 M0 830 860 905 915 925 S 3 CD CO Gk CO CD Lve Frankfort 900 a in Arr Georgetown 1000 Lve Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort 1180 a hi The Kentucky Midland Railway nnd connec Â¬ tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL C D BERCAW City Ticket Agent Gen Pans Agt GEOB HARPER Gen Supt J35J 355 3rswg L CO N TIME TABLE e is now en EEEL Tho following time N r iffuot upon the L TBA1NS WEST CO CJS3 ire rsS5 CD CO No 2 3 1 eavosFrnnkf ort No 17 loaves Frankfort No 21 leavoB Frankfort Mo 550 a 50 I leaves Frankfort 255 p m 735 p m am m TBA1N8KA8T Go to W J Scottows for Aro malt the great health drink iS 6t Indigestion All dealers keen It 31 per boKle trade mark and crossed red lines FOIl IJYSPEPSIA and Stomach disorders tnko HHOWNS lHO 1HTTKHS pnssengors Ghristiansburg for for Lexington nnd points beyond Nor 23 17 nnd 21 connect nt Lagrange Nos 23 and 21 oonneot Genuine lias for Cincinnati on wrapper it Anchorage for Bloomtield Branch 1020 a m No 18 leaves Fraukfort 463 No 20 loaves Frnnkfort No 24 arrivesFrnnkfort 735 p m 855 p m No 22 I eaves Fraukfort No 20 will stop at Anchorage and pm J - L 8 i i W W tttis -- Sus xH2k ttaP wKh k CLOSE LY t it a i sm WI i AND SAVE YOUR DOLLARS LIST The great financial depression is still hee notwithstanding some of our best financiers persuaded us that the spring of 1894 would be the most prosperous for years On their judgment we bought an immense stock in every department en rrtrriiarcnFSTirriEiircnraraenrcs K Kim 21 41 - 4 Cil EC Fir lift I Uj nnKnrirarnri7rnBiarnrnK yHkv T AND FUII 125J 15 If I3Z1 12U en arm uxrinJuinnnjTriJTnjajTn njm C7 rfijijuijinnjTJiJViJTJinnrLrLrv lnlJlJrnJUUJTlJJUJJt eil We can not afford to carry them we must sell and sell for yyy jyt ay lyi y ly y ay jy yyy m yyyny Jyt yy3 arm ixrinnnruxnixriJTJinnjxrinruinjiJxrin nnp C3 jAtaJS5IrI r lAr i g Sssi 1 A r W V e have decided to put the knife to them now and let them go but must insist upon AA f r AAAA JlrAAA AAA 3 ouu innnniuiruuirLrirtnjiniTLriJxnjTnju irinnjxorutririrn TBLK CASH CLOTHING 55 doz SHOES Ladies Kid Oxford Common Sense 60 cts Ladies Patent Tip Oxfords 65 cts Ladies Tan Goat Oxfords Si Ladies Kid Patent Tip Oxfords Si 25 Ladies Colored Oxfords two shades Si 25 Ladies Cloth Top Kid Oxfords Si 50 The greatest S2 line of Ladies Oxfords ever shown in Frankfort comprising all the newest styles in Kid Goat and Russian Calf All of Geo E Barnards S4 S450 and S5 low shoes for Watch our job ladies will go in this sale for 3 and S3 50 counter on shoes Geo E Barnards hand made shoes worth S5 and 6 none better all go in this sale for S3 50 Ladies KidOpera and Common Sense Si 25 Si 50 Â¬ - FURNISHINGS Neckwear We simply have everything in Tecks Windsors Bows etc 25c 50c 75c Four-in-han- Mens Cottonade Pants only 50 cts Sold former- - lySi50 75 cts 2 150 doz Mens Jeans Pants 99 cts d 150 doz Childrens Knee Pants 25 cts i 50 cts Underwear The biggest stock we have ever had 75c Si Si 25 Si 50 up to S3 a suit See it and you will leave your dollars with us 150 old style Childrens Suits good goods were S250 to S3- Ages to 9 years 15 150 One big lot of childrens all wool latest style 3 and suits Blue Gray Tan go in this salt at Ages 5 to 14 years S3 50 were S5 and 6 One large lot Childrens Black and Blue Cheviot Ages 4 to 15 were 7 and Suits go at S7-50- Sox and Stockings One large lot double twist gray mixed Sox 5c were 10c One large lot gray mixed were 15c One large lot tan black and gray mixed Sox 15c were 25 c One large lot embroidered Sox black 20c were 14 i t ti i T 7C OO years Boys Long Pants Suits ages 13 to 18 years all wool assorted colors Blacks Browns Tans Grays Single and Double breasted go at S7 5 were Sio and S12 173 i ti ti c 8c 1 Boys Blue and Black Fancy Cheviot Suits ages 13 to 19 years double and single breasted Sio to Si 2 were Si 175 5- - MENS SHOES 25 This is a rare bargain stockings 20c were 40c 50c One large lot boys long Handkerchiefs cut 25 per cent Mens Shoes Lace and Congress Si 250 Mens suits Cheviot and Cassimere all colors and all wool first class make good styles goat S8 former price S12 and Si 50 Si 75 00 Mens Tan Shoes in all shades and styles best quality of kid russet and calf and goat from 3 to 6 Torreys entire line of 6 and 7 Shoes go at S5 Banisters 6 and 7 Shoes are now S4 These prices mean CASH S3 5c ioc 15c 25c 40c 50c All these goods Si 5 S200 S250 About 350 Mens suits Black and Blue Cheviot Corkscrews Clay Diagonal and Fancy Worsted go at Sio and Si 2 cut from 15 and 18 150 very fine Black and Fancy Clay Diagonals the very finest go atS20 former price S25 and S27 Suspenders 15c 25c 35c 50c 75c All cut prices Driving and Working Gloves AngoraGoat Skin Si and Si Buck Skin the very best 50c 75c Driving Gloves 75c Si Si 25 Dress Gloves Si and Si 75 25 Si 50 1500 pairs Mens and Boys Fine Cassimere Pants 2 up to Si 25 250 4 S5 up to SS TRUNKS 3 BAGS AND TELESCOPES Iron Bottom HATS S3 50 for HATS 250 to S4 for the Dress and Working Shirts One large lot Madras working Shirts 20c and 50c One lot Domestic Shirts only 20c Co P K Bosom Shirts 50 doz Cluett Coon were Si 50 75c 150 doz Negligee Shirts in percals Madras Cheviott and Zephyr Si to S150 This is a grand line Our large line boys Shirt Waists 25c 50c 75c Si All styles V Trunks Zinc and Canvass covered 4 S5 up to Si 5- Bags of all styles Allegator Hog and Calf Skin S3 4 S5 P to Sio Telescopes all sizes 75 cts 1 up to S250 the best Co best hat only S3 50 R Dunlap Knox Miller and Stetson shapes all in best Childrens Saxony latest shapes 50c Boys fine Saxony all the new shapes 75c to Si 50 Mens Soft all the new shapes 75c Si Si 50 S2 up to J I 1 11 n m a CRUTCHER FRMRF0RT toiHMriitomiiHait STARKS