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The GEO A Frmkfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS IS LEWIS Publisher 100 In Advance NO VOL Br XVIL FRANKFORT KY Latest U S Govt Report SATURDAY APRIL 28 1894 34 Highest of all in Leavening Power m X Nipped in the Bud a2aE ciectjs is otkie 1 rrzxxxTG- - jlptee a XjII Baking Powder IlEPUBUOAN IKAGUE Following is the official call for the meeting of the State League of Republican Clubs in the city Newport Ky April 18 1894 To the Republican League Clubs Pursuant to an order of your Executive Committee made at a meeting held at Frankfort on the 10th day of February 1894 author- Â¬ izing me so to do the State Con- Â¬ JVtnGJ2JM ABSOUTELY PURE A SINGULAR ACCIDENT Which Changes a Oas Jjamp The Official Call for the Meet ing Into a Torch ls Will Keaton the lamp lighter on the South Side went to the gas post in front of the residence of Mr Jos Robinson on Steele street- - Wednesday evening climb ed up and started to light the gas but as the burner was foul he un crewed it from the pipe for the He purpose of cleaning it out standing upon a small ladder was and as he has but one arm was holding a match in his mouth and before he could plug up the pipe to stop the flow of gas the ladder turned with him throwing him against the post the head of the match in his mouth also came in contact with the post and was ignited The gas instantly took fire and a flame ten feet high shot into the air brilliantly illuminat Â¬ ing the whole street Keatons hand and face were severely V IS 1 Kj- - L tv 8liH ffi irneVthef glass around the burner was melt- Â¬ ed to pieces and he had to go for assistance before the light could be extinguished and the burner x screwed on again vention of the League is hereby called to meet in Frankfort Ky on Thursday May 31st next at 10 oclock a m for the purpose 1 of electing officers of the State the walls League for the ensuing yearj and nil TMnEiiWillWniiTniMri hi mIBT Josiah Allens Wife delegates and alternate delegates authoress of My Opin- Â¬ to the National Convention of the The famous Betsy Bobbetta states ions and RepublicanNational Leaguewhich that she owes her freedom from colds has been called to meet at Denver and general good health during the Col on Tuesday June 26th winter season to the use of Dr Hales AwoTld of A of Chimpion Celebrities Household which re 1804 and for the transaction of gards as the Ointment medicine she the greatest of age other proper business Old Dr Hale having been her The State Convention will con- Â¬ physician years ago gives her great All the Cream of the World skimmed off and served in the Feast of Â¬ Dr sist of delegates selected by the confidence inall ofbest Hales House the Marvellous Unique New Exciting Novel and Best Per- hold remedies the in the world League clubs on the basis of one 8old bv PH Carpenter d formances ever seen in this or any other county all in A party of seven convicts all POSITIVELY THE 3 st ANNUAL TOUR OF Â¬ sent to the penitentiary from LouisThe Great The Genuine The Original ville made a plot to escape from that institution on Monday night but Deputy Warden Rooney got j wind of it in time prevented the outbreak and the parties concerned Americas Oldest Largest Greatest and Best Exhibition in the plot are novy locked up in solitary confinement John Myers J T McCaddon Jas Anderson Lessees and Managers sent up for five years for burglary THE BEG CITY SHOWS will exhibit at Henry Kreiner for ten years John F Love George G Stuart William Braden and Charlie Taylor colored all five year men and William Smith colored a thirty two year man were the Most of thc men had parties provided themselves with keys to their cells which hid been made by Smith and their plan was for Myers and Kremer to saw out of their cells take the keys to the other cells unlock the doors and let the occupants out when they would kill the night guards in the- cell house break out through the root and make tneir escape over -- 1864 AM 1894 FOREPAUH SH w FRANKFORT SATURDAY IVI A Y 12 ffvwfilH i Â¬ Miss Cops The Wires Crossed R In changing the wires on Main afternoon street Wednesday preparatory to the removal of the telephone exchange one of the telephone wires became crossed with an electric light wire in front of Messrs J W R Williams Co s drug store and almost immediately the telephone connections at the Auditors and Insuroffices ance Commissioners Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JW and J Gayles drug stores and Lexington and Versailles were destroyed The damage was at once repaired and the instruments were in use again yesterday Messrs Williams Cos Â¬ New Odd Follows lodge Sf l On Thursday evening next a new Lodge of Odd Fellows will be instituted in this city by Grand Master William Remington of Paris and Grand Secretary R G The new Elliot of Lexington Lodge will start of with twenty most of whom have taken their withdrawal cards from Capital Lodge No 6 rnd will probably be called Phcenix the name of a lodge which existed here some thirty odd years ago The membership of the new organization will be composed of enthusiastic Odd Fellows who will soon work up a good substantial Lodge members Â¬ and the officers of the State League who are exofficio dele gates the names of the delegates and the names and locations of the clubs sending them to be certified by the secretaries of the respective clubs to D H Stine Assistant Secretary of the State League at Newport Kyton or before the 25th day of May next According to the call for the National Convention the ratio of will be representation therein i i r tt six delegates ai large irom eacn State and Territory and four from each congressional district and one from each College Republican Club in the United States The League fs the organized standing army of the Republican party and on its numerical strength and the strength of its organization the hope of the people for better By government largely depends activity and the interest taken its from now in it by Republicans until the end of the next State Campaign will the effects and beneficial results of that campaign be largely measured We will call upon the Republi- Â¬ cans of Kentucky to unite them- Â¬ selves with League clubs to form new clubs to attend the Conven- Â¬ tion whether delegates or not and to exert themselves to the utmost to make the coming Convention the greatest in the history of the Attest State League D H Stine L J Crawford President Ass t Secretary 1 - -- Dr A Prices rtim Baking Powder Pure Qrape Crekn et Tartar Powder THE PEEBLESS ADAM 4 PAW CIBCTJS The Jungles and Forests of the Uttermost Parts of the Earth have led their Strangest Rarest and Wildest Beast that they may be seen in UARTS E JlT movd r w THE MATCHLSSS ADAM 4 PAW MENAEBIES - The One Great Sensational Equestrian Feature of the Age MME MARANTETTE 0 St Clair Street Harris old stand next door to R K Son McClure where I will have more room and can show you more Pretty Goods than ever I make a specialty of Vwnewly v And her Champion Trio of Equestrian World Breaking Record Makers FILEMAKER The Champion High Jumping Horse of the World A 1 lis Official Record is GLEARING BAR 7 FEET 4 1 2 INCHES HIGH Fancy Goods Novelties and Notions and you will always find large stock of CHAMPION PONY JUPITER of the world HIGH EVERGREEN SHOWS UNDER JUMPING THE SADDLE TWELVE DISTINCT GAITS pawv The Justly World Famous Adam 4 Herd of Performing and Dancing Elephants Staple Dry Goods and prices that will compare with Louisville or Cincin Â¬ nati I believe in Trained Animals of all kinds that do everything but talk The best Riders the best Gymnasts the best Acrobats the best Aerialists the best Contortionists the best Leapers the best Tumblers the best Equilibrists the best Wrestlers the best Specialists the Largest and Finest Collections of Animals ever seen in a Menagerie the Choicest Selection of everything that Capital can secure that experience can suggest that Wisdom can advise are all to be seen in this Crown ing Effort to make these the Cleanest the Purest and the Best Shows and prove Â¬ A FIT CAP FOR THEJHONORBD SHEAF OF 30 YEARS In serving the public with newest brightest and the finest of everything that goes to make up the Favorite Shows of the people AS A Physleiun Quick Sales and FpP i IS V irv In the great Adam Foropaugh Shows all the olden time but ever now features of the circus are pre Â¬ sented but upon ouch a Hcalo as was probably never dreamed of at a time within the recolleotion of the aver age reader For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ To these are added in extravagant profusion new acts dence on Main street opposite the which display human skill and daring Come and see the two handsomein its very highest Btate of develop Presbyterian Church ly dressed show windows Mrs W B Rodman ment possible Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Seldom recommends a proprietary A groat many use our medicine Household Remedies both in their families and in their practice Dr N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes us that he has had occasion to use Dr Hales Household Ointment in several cases of burns and thinks it He writes he has as prices tell and everybody tells the prices has few equals also used the Dr Hales Household Tea in his own family and finds it is bo good that ho cannot afford to do without it It is the great blood pu Â¬ Positively rifier and nerve tonic cures dyspepsia constipation bilious ness etc 25 and 50 oents per puck ago at P H Carpenters drug store d FREE AS SUNSHINE DO NOT MISS SEEING ITi THE SUPERB STREET PARADE f -- Small Profits It will be the longest and the mpst magnificent pageant that has It will move ever passed through the streets of your city well worth promptly at 10 A M and will be You can not traveling miles to see it be disappointed in it 10000 i HflRTSTIEN SUPERB SEATS 2000 OPERA OHAIR RESERVED SEATS Notwithstanding the magnitude and expense of the shows the performances are given and the same prices of admission charged in all cities and towns alike Â¬ j3LdLrrxisioxv CHILDREN UNDER - - - 25 OENTS 9 YEARS OP AGE Coupon numbered uctuiilljr reserved sent tickets at u slight advance SO cts I m rvr I U- c - i Hudson HumphriesCasseil KULIUBUUUBUUUUUBUtfmulLi READY MAI CLOU j 1 niERCHflHT TRILOPiING -- J4 2Ti We would impress upon you that we buy only of the best manufacturers and that our cloth Â¬ ing t Is Better Fits Better i Wears Better S5 Ph CO We Than the ordinary kind call your special attention to our 10 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 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¬ VS H SPRING WOOLENS In the choicest and latest designs now ready for inspection i V - Hudson HumphriesCasseD Matting Mr Howard Gray of Louisville is The Roadbetl Graded visiting relatives in this city rolls of choice matting at 50 Mr J Swigert Taylor left Monday floortest and quickest between Work upon the extension of the low prices Miss Mattie R Knott of Louisville for Mt Sterling is visiting Miss Margaret A Lewis electric road to Thorn Hill Park CINCINNATI AND RMKFQAT Co Sam D Johnson 33 2t Rev George Darsie and wife spent in Bellepoint Only direct line between Sunday in Louisville Mr Henry Hale returned to Hag was commenced on Monday the Ginghams Frankfort Georgetown and Paris Cap Miss Minnie VanDerveer was in sett Institute at Danville Monday grade has been made and many of after a weeks visit to his parents in the ties laid so that when the rails A fine line from 5 cents a yard Lexington on Tuesday lisle KaysTilh Cyithiim Fal Â¬ up The Misses Overton have returned this city arrive they can be laid in a short from a visit to Louisville Co Sam D Johnson Miss Mary Purdy who has been 33 2t mouth and Covington Two short trestles will have visiting her uncle Mr W C Purdy time Hon W 0 Owens of Georgetown ASK FOB TICKETS VIA KY MIDLAND has returned to her home in Gallatin to be built but can be spent Sunday in this city Dress Goods put up in a Tennessee As usual we have the finest TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDAR13 Mr Wallace Harper of Midway Mrs William McEnnis and children few days so that the wires can be stock of TfHr spent Monday iu this city dress goods in the city left Tuesday for Uniontown to join stretched and that part of the road 1894 TIME TABLE APR Mr V L Oiark leaves to day for a her husband and make that place in running order in a few weeks Call and see them business trip to New York A M their home P M iy bAM D Johnson Lo 33 2t TRAINS EAST No 1 No 8 No ft Miss Corrigan of Louisville is the Mr Nat Hale and bride who have Its Scmi Ceiiteimial guest oi Airs a Newman been visiting his parents on Second Millinery Lv Frankfort A 700 420 100 7116 4 26 Mr Crockett of Hawcsville street left Thursday for their home 110 Mr John M Bull has placed us Our stock isjinusually attractive Lv Summit in Mayfield 4 32 711 LvElkhorn 126 is visiting relatives in this county 1401 718 LvSwItzer 440 Mr E P Bryan formerly of thiscity under obligation for a copy of the and we aie receiving daily the Lv Stumping Ground 4 61 728 200 Judge J R Jewell of Lexington who has been visiting relatives here Semi Centerinial styles Lv Duvall 784 468 210 number of the latest and most choice Lv Johnson 504 was in the city Monday on business left Tuesday morning for his home in 740 220 Trimmed hats from 1 up Lv Georgetown B 612 746 236 Chicago Journal It is a mam- Â¬ St Louis Mo Lv C S Depot 765 300 520 MIbs Belle Green of Lexington is Co Sam D Johnson 33 2t Lv Newtown 6 81 820 aH the guest of Mrs George Wilder in Dr R J OMahoney of Lexing- Â¬ moth sheet of 56 pages giving an Lv Centrevllle 6S9 816 386 Lv Elizabeth 34fr 543 city aA this ton was here on Tuesday looking interesting history of the Windy Special Sale of Silks 4U Ar Paris a30 0 666 Mr Clarence Julian returned Tues after Col W C P Breckinridges City during the fifty years exisA M M P P M On Monday all of our wash day from a visit of several days to political fences TRAINS WEST INo 2 No 4 No8Noll tence of the paper cents Lv Paris silks will be on sale at 42 Louisville Hon W W Stephenson of Har C Tffi 905 006 4PS Elizabeth 916 unrrl 016 -rir j- - PriV w Vr lVTnnHau nnlv Ar Ceaterll Miss Maria Pepper spent the past rodsburg was in the city on businessÂ¬ De fdC88 Cant Be Cured r Ar 606 920 019 week with her sister Mrs Hatchitt with the State Board of Equaliza Ar Newtown 627 681 928 SAM U JOHNSON 2 10 33 2t tion Wednesday Ar US Depot 66U 641 940 at Newtown By local applications as they cannot B Ar Georgetown 1037 645 747 Miss Carrie Selbert left Tuesday reach the disoasedportion of the ear 1147 661 Ar Johnson 800 Judge F R Feland wife and chilGinghams Ginghams 6 67 Ar Duvall 1163 aiO dren of Lawrenceburg were in the for Cincinnati having been sum- There is only one way to cure deaf 1100 703 880 Special sale for Monday 1 5 off moned by telegram to attend the ness and that is by constitutional city Wednesday 1110 718 850 funeral of a friend 1117 720 906 remedies Deafness is caused by an the price of all ginghams for that Ar Eikhorn Mrs Ohas W Saffell and Mrs John Ar Summit 726 1123 915 Miss Kitten Hoge who has been j inflamed condition of the mucous day only A ArFrankfort 1130 786 926 W R Williams left Tuesday for a county l lining of the Eustachian Tube When visiting her parents in this Co visit to Louisville Sam D Johnson the tube gets inflamed you have returned to school at Avoudale near rumbling sound or imperfect hearinga 34 2t A connects with L N Mr and Mrs Ed Rosser of Har Cincinnati on Monday B connects with Q C and L8 C connects with K C and when it is entirely dosed deaf rodsburg were the guests of Mrs C Jaconet Duchess Mr J S McKendrick and wife of ness 1b the result and unless the in Â¬ E Hoge last week SUNDAY TRAINS Lawrenceburg who have been visit- Â¬ flammation can be taken out and this Just received a beautiful stock Miss Mag Quinn of Jett Station is ing the family of Mr W J Hughes Lve Frankfort 900 am Arr Georgetown 1000 tube restored to its normal condition of the above Vnll UllU qpp rhpm 1 Tvo nanriyatnam In TiKinMiri the guest of Miss Winona Goodwin returned home Wednesday hearing will be destroyed forever iisoam Co on West Broadway nine cases out of ten are caused by 34 2t Sam D Johnson Mrs Mary Leigh and daughter The Kentucky Midland Railway and connac tlons form the shortest und cheapest route to all Mr Jerry P Newman of Louis- Â¬ Miss Ora left Wednesday for a catarrh whicb is nothing bat an in Â¬ points north south east and west ville attended the Brannan Newtnan visit to Paducah Memphis Tennes- Â¬ flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ Ducks Ducks Vnr fnrthnr Infnrmntlmi nnnlv tn ttiolp ntunti face wedding Wednesday see and Morrillton Arkansas e b weithcl d Pma Wo will give One Hundred Dollars 30 pieces of this popular suiting c fjn bercaw lot rlfr T wlrnl- loan Mrs Webster Gazley of Louisville Rev Carroll Q Wright U S N is for any case of deafness caueed by just received GEO B HARPER Gen Supt is visiting her mother Mrs Virginia spending a brief leave of absence catarrh that tve cannot cure by Co Sam D Johnson r Duvall on Steele street family at the residence of taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for 35 2t with his N TIME TABLE L Mr John E Miles circulars free Miss Lizzie Rodman is at home his father-in-lafrom an extended visit to her sister The following tinb e is now Miss 011a B Suttles of Benson The Adam Forepaugh Shows are Mrs Mallary in Chicago N n effect upon the L Valley left yesterday morning to the only shows on the continent Mrs Henry Owsley of Spring visit friends and relatives in Lexing- Â¬ which have played in all cities of TBAIN8 WEST Station is visiting her father uapt ton and Oynthiana She was accom Â¬ 50000 population and upwards in this 5fi0 am LL PERSONdl INDEBTED TO THE FIRM NoU3leaveBFrankfort Sam Sanders in this city panied as far as this city by her country and Canada and are the rV Sc Hulloran are reauested to No 17 leaves Frankfort 960 a tn sister Mies Lottie where sho is at only shows which are known every- Â¬ come of Holmes forward iindseUIeaa the business must be un f leaveB Vmnlrfnrt Miss Pearl Jessee of Henry counqkk p m S B HOLMES settled up at once where this side of the Atlantic ty is visiting her sister Mrs Wil- Â¬ tending school No 19 leaves Frankfort Surviving rartner April 28 tf 785 pm liam Cromwell near this city The following ladies and gentlemen TBAINSXABT Miles Norve and Liver Pills went to Lexington Thursday to at-Mrs E P Bryan and son Scott tnnrl frlio funnrnl nf Mva WJ TT Tlnrla No 18 loaves Frankfort 1020 am of St Louis Mo are visiting Mrs Misses Annie Brown Mary W Brown No 20 leaves Frankfort 468 pm Act on a new principle regulating Fine Farm for Rent L Labrot on West Main street No 24 arrives Frankfort 786 p jn Minnie VanDerveer Virginia Brown the liver stomach ana bowels thoucrh No 22 leaves Frankfort 866 p mi Hon John J McHenry and bride of Kate Green Mrs P H Carpenter the nerves A now discovery Dr CITY DDDLEY FARM ADJOININR No 20 will stop at Anchorage and Hartford are the guests of Mr D H Mrs L P Tarlton Mrs WeHtfelt Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Georgetown pike limits McHenry and wife on Ann street Mrs V E Olark Messrs Mason bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ 265 acres on the residence tobacco containing Christiansburg for passengers for large barn and Brown V L Olark Hord Brown tion Splendid for men women and Splendid dairy and tobacco farm Lexington and points beyond Henry George and wife Robert Burns Wilson Arch D Brown children Smallest mildest surest stables given March 1st 1KM For particuWarden Possession Nos 28 17 and 21 oonnect at Lagraage left Tuesday for Mayfield to attend Henry Ware W P Grayot and Geo 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at lars apply to for Cincinnati Nos 28 and 21 oonneot KRANKCHINN the funeral of Mrs Georges father Willis atAnohorafre for Bloomneld Branch Frankfort Kj J W Gayles Frankfort Ky 45 ly July22 tf 1 PERSONAL Kentucky Midland ly 1 I I f Â¬ Â¬ I A 9 jv i I Â¬ Â¬ JWm 111 tf M i w NOTICE Â¬ I I Â¬ l t i m ff NEW GQODS are constantly adding new goods to our line and now have ready for inspection a fine assortment of M x H H H H H M ffl A UU SELBERT ra LU ra WE ri H H H M M THE JEWELER Wedding and Birthday Presents IlfcT IHRJLMKIKORT H H H H SEE OUR ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OP KY wo Sterling Silver and Extra Plated Ware PRESS ASSOCIATION H H H Belt Buckles Hair Pins Hat Pins and Silver Novelties Getting Ready for the Meeting Hero in June The executive committee of the Kentucky Press Association having fixed upon Frankfort as the next place of meeting of that body and designated the 6th 7th and 8th of June as the time the local commit- Â¬ tee of arrangements composed of JVtessrB Geo L Willis Ed O Leigh M B Morton Fat McDonald and Geo A Lewis have begun to make preparations for the event At a meeting ot tne committee neia on Thursday afternoon the following programme was agreed upon The members of the Association are expected to arrive here on the forenoon trains Wendesday June 6 They will hold a business session or session devoted to whatever their own Executive Committee may have decided upon in the Hall of Representatives beginning about noon The reception committee will be expected to meet the incoming trains show the guests the way to the hotels and to the State Houbo where at noon they will be wel- Â¬ comed in an address by Mayor Julian After this meeting and time for din- Â¬ ner the city transportation commit- Â¬ tee will give the guesta a sight of the Hale J G McLean Henry T Stan- Â¬ ton L S McHenry R Burns Wilson Nicholas McDowell A O Wm Lindsay Finance J GrosB Committee Edward Leigh Major H S Hale Vernoa I Clark P H Carpenter M P Gray R L Greene B T Farmer Ladies Reception Committee All the ladies who will go to the hotel and see to the comfort of the visiting THE ABOVE OUT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON fe ladies The members of the above named committees and all of our citizens Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of ft city and its environs including parks disbase ball grounds factories tilleries etc After this excursion and time given the guests for their supper the evening will be taken up with a reception by the Governor at The Mansion to which the State officials home people and friends of the association will be invited The forenoon of Thursday or the day following will be allowed the as eociation to hold another of its busi- Â¬ ness of social sessions and in the afternoon they will be taken on an excursion up the river to the first high bridge returning that evening in time for the ball and banquet which will occupy the whole of the evening if not of the night It is presumed that a majority of the guests will be too fatigued next morning to do anything but hold a final business session and submit to informal entertainment during what Â¬ ever remaining time they may be pleased to stay The chairman announced that he had selected the following mittees and the were Â¬ r confirmed Committee on Reception May or Ira Julian Judge B G Williams Col Pruett McHenry Rhoads Committee on City Transport McDonald Prank Kava naugh John T Buckley J W Marks- bury Committee on Ball John H Stuart D M McHenry 8 0 Sayers Fox Respass John W Milam Chas Swango Henry B Ware R H Van Derveer Ed L Stanton Wm Grayot Lindsay Halo Noble Lindsey Ellis Headley A D Brown Attilla Nor Â¬ man Lewis Craig Woodford Long moor A Addams Johh Rodman Committee on River Excursion John B Dryden Theodore Wiley P McDonald Henry Murray Geo A Kendrick Samuel Bangs M P Gray Lieut H E Waterman Committee on Banquet Geo A Lewis Fayette Hewitt W J Hen drick W H Gardner S B Homes R W MoRery J L Rodman L O Norman E L Woitzel W F Dandridge John W Headley D 0 Orutoher 0 E Hoge H S D W Lindsey E H Taylor Jr MB Morton J W tion Pat Selector wrappery 7 50S 10 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 50i 12 0C 12 00 Medium to good leaf 16 00 16 00 Good to fine leaf 18 00 18 are earnestly requested to take an And articles suitable for wedding presents active interest in the arrange Â¬ ments for the meeting and in enter taining the members of the Press when they arrive as it is hoped this Apr 14 3m will be the most pleasant gathering they have enjoyed for many years PARADISE OF YOUTH Frankfort in June is one of the pret- Â¬ places on earth and we want tiest to send every editor who comes here Youngsters to Have their Inning Iiook Out for Em to his home in love with the place BILLIARDS AND POOL Great Scott Now is the halcyon and our people ROBERT GORDON time of American youth Hear them laugh and shout hurrah The small CHAS G PAYNE A Great Benefactor boy is happy For is not that great Â¬ Painter and Paperhaoger Billiards and Pool est and best of all shows coming to Educators are certainly the town on Saturday May 12th and he FURNISHED ON The Club Main Sheet IpSTIMAlES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT greatest benefactors of the race and will have a chance to carry water Orders reading Dr Franklin Miles for the elephant if he has not the The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium and lett at M P irays Uaidware Store will receive after prompt attention Mar 31 3m Bowling Alleyb attached popular works we cannot help de Â¬ wherewithal with which to pay his claring him to be among the most way into his seventh heaven of de Â¬ entertaining and educating of au Â¬ light Yes the Adam Forepaugh L IWYERS CONFECTIONER New York Daily He is not Shows are coming to town and the thors a stranger to our readers as hiB ad- Â¬ small boy has a right to be happy JOHN R TODD CHAS T RA Y vertisements appear in our column And if the truth were known now Manufacturing every issue calling attention to many of us old fellows have out- Â¬ in Attorney at Law the fact that this elegant work on grown that youth which found its Confectioner Nervous and Heart Disease is dis Â¬ apex of happiness beneath the white tributed free by our enterprising canopies of the snowy canvas city Frankfort Kentucky 41 St Clair Street druggist J W Gayle Trial bottlei as the circus man so eloquently calls Home made Candle Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Onice In tbe Hume Building of Dr Miles Nervine are given away it Not many it is believed by the and Soda Water In season Cigars and Tobacco also a book of testimonials showing writer who frankly admits that he Near new bridge that it is unequalled for nervous has still a weakness that will not be WM CROMWELL DRUGS prostration headache poor memory overcome and he is glad of It so far dizziness dleeplessness neuralgia as going to the circus is concerned Attorney at Law W H AVERLL hysteria fits epilepsy 2 Our better halves say they could Frankfort Kentucky Druggist IiOUISVILTE TOBACCO MAIN not keep house without Chamberlains Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In tbe Cough Remedy Franklin and It is used in more KET Main Street opp City Hall Courts oralso give specialthe adjoining counties and will nttenton to the pur than half the homes in Leeds Sims A general stationery Bros Leeds Iowa This shows the specialty stock of Drug Fine Prescriptionsa clmse and sale or renl estateot collection or rents claims and the negotiation Cigars and loans FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT esteem in which that remedy is held compounded at all hoursTobacco LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE where it has been sold for years and W CHINN JR Sales on our market for the week is well known Mothers have learned NO W RWILLIAMS CO just closed amount to 3220 hhds with there is nothing so good for colds Attorney at Law receipts for the same period of y25Q5 croup and whooping cough that it Druggists hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ 6ures these ailments quickly and per-Â¬ Frankfort Kentucky uary 1st amount to 64530 hhds Sales manently and that it is pleasant and 314 Main St ofthecropof 1893 on our market to safe for children to take 25 and 50 Prescriptions carefullv and accurately tilled feet Will practice tn all State Courts Office second this date amount to 65774 hhds cent bottles for sale by P H Car Â¬ hours A fine line of Fancy Toilet Articles at all floor Custom Houso Our market for all grades of burley penter South Side druggist tobacco has been rather stronger this NEWSDEALER FLOUR AND FFED week than at any time since the be Â¬ ginning of the year we therefore ad- Â¬ GUY BARRETT REOCIC vance quotation on some grades DONALDSON News Dealer and The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ Flour Meal Feed and resent our market for burley to- Â¬ Bookseller bacco 1893 crop Country Produce Trash dark or damaged 332 Main Street Is averted or if too late to Fincel Block South Side Fine Stationery Periodicals or all kinds Fancy tobacco 2 50 3 50 Common Oolory traBh 4 00 Goods 4 50 an I avert it it is often cured and Oysters FishPickles Game In season Choice and Preserves Medium to good colory always relieved by 5 00 trash 7 50 PAINTERS Common lugs not colory 4 50 6 50 LIVERY 6 50 Common Oolory lugs 7 50 W B BRTDGEFORD Medium to good colory MANGAN DARNELL Â¬ STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES Gayle Co LeCompte South Side Business and Professional Directory CONSUMPTION Scotts vjj 00ft 22 50 Electric Bitters Emulsion Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly hand n the Cream of Cod iiver Oil This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no Cures Coughs Colds and special mention All who have used Weak Lungs Physicians the Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise A purer medicine does not world over endorse It exist and it la guaranteed to do all Dont be deceived by Substitutes that is claimed Electric Bitters will ouro all diseases of the Liver and Vrtptrid bjr Scott A Ilownn N Y All DrujmUti Kidneys will remove Pimples BoHb Salt It lieu m and other affections oaused by impure blood Will drive No looal dealer can compete with us Malaria from the system and prevent tn variety or price uurnew as well as cure all Malarial fevers For designs and colorings are cure of Headache Constipation and handsomer than ever before Indigestion try Eleotrio Bitters En Â¬ tire satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded Price 50oandl per bottle We can save you SO per cent on every roll at South Side drug store vnil hliv rf Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN hue Wall fnnr fcenu xu mmm saddles A COMPLETE LINE OF ALWAYS ON HAND 5 P H Carpenter cenia loipay posiugcuu wigs im age of samples Match borders and ceilings Paper TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS mar 10 Sm down from overwork or household cares Rebuilds the intern aids digestion removes excess of bile cure malaria Get the genuine Many Persons are broken ThoHEGAN WALL PAPER CO Incorporated Browns Iron Bitters m 848 Fourth Aye LOUISVILLE KY inarl0 2in 232 -- AKT2NT STSEEI A ARE YOU AWARE THAT 15000 is the sum THE VERDICT IS RENDERED and that the jury says satisfies Madys tune STERLING SILYER 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 Kntered at the post offlce atFrnnkfortKentucky as second class mailable matter W L COPPERSMITH The best and individual attention given to my repair department as I of my business go neglected dont intend to let this part Wedding Bells Brennan Newman The ttren-nan-Newm- The bride Miss Katie Nevman the only daughter of Mr Patrick Newman one of the best known and successful merchants of the city was born and reared in our midst her education was directed by the Sisters of Nazareth at their renowned academy in Nelson county where she graduated in the class of 91 The bridegroom Dr James E Brennan was born in Louisville and graduated from the Kentucky Medical College a few years ago Since graduating he has established himself in his native city where he has already become a popular well known and promis ing physician Dr Brennan and his beautiful young wife left on the 3 oclock train on their wedding day for the Falls City where they will maKe their future residence That their lives may be long prosperous and happy is the sincere wish of their Frankfort friends Â¬ Â¬ tiller Hose nm wedding which took Will GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub place in the Church of the Good Wire Screen Buy Shepherd in this city on Wednes 28 1894 FRANKFORT APRIL Biggest Oils day at high noon was one of the Bargains Clou Hoes anil INSURANCE RATES most elaborate which has ever ocEver Had curred within the sacred walls of Arc Wc Not Entitled to a Re Â¬ venerable old land mark The that Bnisnes duction altar brilliantly lighted with scores When the new water works sys- of wax tapers and banked with tem was put in we were told that graceful ferns and beautiful cut a reduction of insurance rates was flowers that exhaled a delightful sure to follow but no reduction fragranc which permeated the en was made by the fire insurance tire church formed a magnificent companies doing business here background for the impressive Then there was a demand for a re- marriage ceremony of the church duction upon the part of the citi- and the whole made a picture of zens and the insurance people said uncommon beauty HARDWARE MERCHANT no you have no system of elecÂ¬ Promptly at 1 45 four bridestric fire alarm the firemen do not maids appropriately arrayed in One white with flowing veils emerged getto a fire soon enough of the best of fire alarm telegraph from the sacristy on the gospel systems was put in and againalsfde of the altar and were met reduction was asked but the in at the sanctuary rail by an equal surancepeople said your fire de- Â¬ number of groomsmen who en- Â¬ 1 JIIPH f9ESH Hls U partment has not been irnproved tered from the sacristy on the notwithstanding your system of espistle side of the altar and Twenty five Cents alarms and an agent was sent together proceeded to the main en Isnt much money but it will buy a LINED bottle of the finest Cough cure on whole city trance of the church where they earth That is what we claim for here who re rated the Cough Cure and increased the rate on many classes met and greeted the bride The Dr Hales Householdpeople have told what thousands of of property and many thousands wedding procession then proceed us Dont neglect a cough It may AND or of dollars worth of insurance was ed to the high altar to the joyful cost you as many dollarsfeel possibly your life When you the first placed elsewhere in consequence strains of Lohengrins wedding symptoms go to P H Carpenters report of march four ushers preceding two drug store invest 25 cents in a bottle The forthcoming of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure d Insurance Commissioner Duncan and two followed by the four and cure yourself 1 in the table of premiums re- bridesmaids and their attendants They Wunt Jfamcs ceived and losses paid in the State and they in turn followed by the The Russell Art Publishing Co by the fire and fire marine insur- Â¬ maid of honor who was attired in of 928 Arch street Philadelphia ance companies during the year an exquisite costume of gauze Charcoal filled 1893 will show that the com- over canary colored satin The desire the names and addresses of panies doing business here re- bride leaning on her fathers arm a few people in every town who ceived in premiums paid in this followed and was met at the altar are interested in works of art and city last year 59296 and paid by the bridegroom to whom she to secure them they offer to send Cupid Guides the Boat a Refrigerators During the was presented by her father 13464 in losses Alj frek superbly executed water colored year 1891 they received 67376 having entered the sanctuary and FOR SAU BY in premiums and paid losses to surrounding tne altar steps the picture size 10 x 13 inches suitable for framing and sixteen of 16400 the amount Rev Father Kdward Donnelly In 1891 the companies made a the acting pastor of the church other pictures about the same size profit of 50976 and in 1893 with the Rev Fathers Bosche and in colors to any one sending Deduct from these Mulconry on either side pro them at once the names and ad45832 figures one third which the com- Â¬ nounced the beautilul marriage dresses of ten persons admirers panies claim it costs them in com- Â¬ ceremony of the church and sup- Â¬ of fine pictures together with six missions and other expenses to plemented it with a brief and elo- two cent stamps to cover expense of mailing etc The regular price place the business and the net quent address of these pictures isjSioo but they profit is sufficient to entitle the The bride and bridegroom led can all be secured free by any per- Â¬ pe ple of this community to a the march from the altar and it son forwarding the names and considerable reduction in rates was then trfat the lovliness of the stamps PROMPTLY The claim of the insurance peo- bride was revealed to the immense Note The editor of this Our disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ ple that the means of protection congregation gowned in a superb paper has already received copies STERED FURNITURE against fire is not sufficient to production of heavy corded silk of above pictures and considers them really Gems of Art We will notice offer justify them inf making a reduction cut witlv full court train and gar- Â¬ Advertised Letters at Frankfort is not good for it is very seldom nished with rich point lace A Kentucky the case that a house burns to the veil of exquisite delicacy com ground now even in the most pletely enveloped the bride and Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ sections of the city as few extended to the edge of the long tised letters for the week ending Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in ourstock consisting of Parlor remote April 28 1894 Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while places in the State are as well pro- train The countenance of the the assortment is unbroken vided with the appliances for fight bridegroom indicated as far as Carpenter W W Rodgers Miss Handley Henry Sallie T ing a fire as we are possible his complete happiness in Hodges MfssFan- - Renner James H Reunick Alexan- nie The re rating scheme was tried the acquisition of such an accom- Jones Wm der on iMaysville last fall which city plished and beautiful bride Kirk Saml 2 Sheets Kate Miller Mies Boll Washing Eddie has a water works system similar The maid of honor was Miss Yount L F to our own and isas well protected Maggie Carroll of Lexington When calling for these letters say S B Holmes P M against fire and the result was The bridesmaids were Miss Lillian advertised local board of under- Â¬ Corrigan Miss Helen Brennan of that the Two iJives Saved writers went to pieces as the peo- Louisville and Miss Maggie New Thomas ple would not stand the raise and man and Miss Debora Parker of Mrs111 Pheobotold by her of Junction was doctors she City were placing their insurance else- Â¬ this city had consumption and that there was The groomsmen were no hope bottles of Paris and Georgetown Messrs Gus Thomas and Theo Dr Kings for her but two completely where New Discovery were each given a reduction in Zimmerman of Louisville and J cured her and she says saved her life Mr Thos Eggers 139 Florida St insurance rates when they put in P and J L Newman brothers of San Francisco suffered from adread- man I will sell to any water works and in neither place the bride The ushers were Messrs ml cold approaching consumption triod without result everything else for 45 ton on months is the system to be compared W J Gorman T B Newman then bought one bottle of Dr Kings you a note with the one in thiscity then why E W Zoller and J B Gorman Nqyv Discovery arid in two weeks was cured Ho is naturally thankful It call a sample should not we have it also are we all of this city George Thompson is such results of which these are of Louisville did the honors of samples that prove the wonderful not entitled to it the best man and beautiful little efficacy of this medicine in coughs Free trial Ada Miller of Louisville acted and colds drug store bottles at Car Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder penters Regular size as ribbon girl 60c and f 1 Worlds Pair Highest Award 5 Cash Paints the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M P GRAY m fl Â¬ Â¬ 1 THE MONROE PATENT Stoneware i Kjfi m u Â¬ Â¬ wKMm H8h1 iff MM HiyffililoH if IMH Tty RisaKa m A Â¬ a Â¬ Â¬ YOU WANT inventory tfjj TO GKET I3TOasr THIS OFFER at Â¬ REDUCED PRIGE8 R ROGERS until further greatly I I s i J Â¬ A U All ik m 1 Â¬ SON w - KENTUCKY TOBACCO 4W Â¬ Crockers Honest Fertilizers in ton lots reliable per eight time with without interest If dont want ton and get order Â¬ G L HMNNEN AlKS ivi in r ZJ JlNTm- iMf- - w nn net ret f uu We make all kinds of na ua Pfe R2I i a H u u net 1 liU W ret uu nn nil YEIICLES I ill I Iill nI 111 HAIftMNI I Ia I u i MOM Kta C5J -- mm En y MB M M I mm I Gil lai k I HHRNESSaQfiSfiDDLERT I la r IIIKM I M DlIIQiSil 133 III H III I I II ri III W wx CU D B k 1 11 I Cri r IEJI H 1I 1its1 1 R 1 Ira Ib A IIllKiQ r - We make all Hand made rf bec 111 i cu Ul FiER n net is a ncr net tail rKiarriPSiariiPsnriariiannraRirirnrncanianiarfianci - au g I il ES r Of all hinds of Vehicles 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 II appliances ior doing the wont m first class manner Send m your worK Terms very reasonable DU na nn uu rata IW au no ran uu ran DGi THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRIOEP BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS csa Etl Bin uu taci if ca tost on ca na na ma ra a 12 FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE ra I ranaKanaranaRaGnKaBaBnKaGacaRaHnrinnB ra bh na ira BUY OP US nn nzi run IMPLEMENTS AND EXTRAS FOR SAME rsa ran 1 Binders Rakes ra ub THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS BnnnRaRaBaRaRaBianniBiaKaraKaKncaBaBinnooaKaGnBaisarnnaHaKaKaraRnnara cu isa ecu if ea naEanarararaRaEarjaraKaEaGanaraKaRaRanacnnaRananaKarinrartaisaKarsananB i K m a- FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT APRIL 28 1894 Council Proceedings ik nance upon application of merchants from date The council then adjourned to meet upon call of the Mayor to receive report of Supervisors Â¬ DR W KELLEY Gas for Cooking Purposes OF CINCINNATI O will be at the Tuesday April 24 94 sion Mayor Julian presiding and nine councilmen present The read- Â¬ ing of the journal was dispensed with Petition of M L Carmody for coffee house license was granted Petition of C S Chambers was referred to Finance Committee Petition of J A Egelston to build a frame residence on Holmes Folded Their Tent The parties who have been op- Â¬ Â¬ FSOENXS HOTEL IX LEXINGTON KY r The council met in regular ses- Â¬ i fc street was granted 3aturday April 28 1894 erating a careusal on North Wil Saturday May 12 1894 kinson street for several weeks Saturday May 26 1894 hive pulled up stakes and gone Saturday June 9 1894 to a place where the children have HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without a more plentiful supply of nickles operation an d with little or no puln REEERENCES The wet weather interfered very W McKee Hardle Frankfort Ky materially with their business J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort Ky during their stay here J T Staten Frankfort Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Kj Rev L P Uulett Benson Ky A H McClure Frankfort Ky J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky Jas M Wlthrow Frankfott Ky surglca e is 1 Co to The Complexion of a Chinese Petition of J Swigert for protection make improvements against fire on City Hall was re- Â¬ Is not yellower thun that or an unfortunate I PI L r fc w L s 1 u w IwrJ r w m J JW ferred to Hall Committee Report of Board of Supervisors of Assessment was presented with increase and decrease in vajuation as made by the City Assessor Uponmotion of Coun- Â¬ cilman Marshall the report was re- Â¬ committed to Board of Supervisors to take some action as regarding personal property The Street Committee reported statement of City Engineer recon improvements ommending Murray Logan Main Second Upon Cross and Shelby streets Utterback motion of Councilman the report was re referred to tlie Committee to determine what part of the expense of improvement the property holders would be called upon to pay The License Committee report Â¬ ed petitions of John Todd and without ex- Â¬ Geo B Salender pression of opinion for rebate on Upon motion of Mr license Utterback rebate was granted Ordinance Committee reported an ordinance defining the duties of City Tax Collector and fixing his bond at 25000 which was adopted Three reports from the police committee on petitions were dis- Â¬ That- to remit the fine posed o ofThos Griffie was granted the adverse report on that to remit fine of Margaret Graysons daugh- Â¬ ter was sustained that of Frank Lewis to remit fine for cruelty to animals was re referred The Finance Committee report- Â¬ ed that Howard Gaires desired to pay S200 on balance of 600 due the city by him and the amount was received and ordered credited The license ordinance was then taken up and for section 6 the substitute adopted in caucus was offered by Councilman Marshall and adopted It requires merchants to pay 10 for each line carried not exceeding four no merchant to pay more than 40 Section 7 regarding insurance 10 companies was changed from 5 per annum livery Section 13 regarding stables was changed from 35 to Â¬ Â¬ - liullvliliril wliosH liver complaint has assumed the chronic form The eyeba Is ot the sufferer assume a saffron line there Is dull imln in the region of the organ ultectedthe tongue Is coated bmith sour sick heuriacliei usually but not always occu and there Is sometimes dizziness Conrtlpatton 011 arising from n bitting posture DR KELLETS ofllce and residence Is at 26b West Eighth streetUlnclnnnll anu where he may be found every day of each week except S ATU R and iyspenslaxire also attendants oPtutsvery comfnon ailment always In Its aggravating form liable to breed abcesses of the liver which are very dangerous Hostelers Stomach Bitters wholly eradicates It as well as the troubles com Â¬ plicated with It and which It originates In chills and fever a complaint which always yields to the Hitters the liver is seriously Involved PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE This fine ulteratlve tonic removes costiveness and Indigestion rheumatic nervous and kidney AIL S L Thomasson nre hereby notltledlto trouble and debility come forward and settle with me Immediately and all persons having claims against the estate will prekentthem to me properly proven before B CHKAP RAILROAD RATES the ilrstlday of June Admr STONE S L ThomaRson April 2m DAYS Pamphlets describing these dlseusef and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KKLLEY M D by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE ilHaU MEII3KiHHIaBBEHBfc3HR9B8BBaBw NOTICE The season for Gas Stoves is now at hand and your attention is respectfully called to the advantages 01 u as ior iuei purposes Company last season for the introduction of this popular and cleanly fael encourages them to renew the original offer All stoves to be set on approval In case the prove satisfactory it will be restove should not moved at no expense to the consumer except Â¬ R R will sell round trip tickets to Dallas Tex May 8th to 10th st one fare Tickets limited to 30 days from date of sale On account of Southern Baptist Convention j J TheL THE SUCCESS by the Attending the liberal methods pursued - bw C Plk yiND On Account of the General As sembly Presbyterian Church the N R R will sell round trip L tickets to Nashville Tenn at one fare May 14th 15th and 16th Tickets good until June 2nd ence of M Church South the L N R R will sell round trip tickets to Memphis Tenn at one fare April 30th to May 2nd Tickets good until June 1st May 7 8 and 9 the Kentucky Midland Railroad will sell tickets to Dallas Tex and return at one fare good to return 30 days Irom date of sale Account Southern Baptist Convention On account of General ConferÂ¬ the Gas burned during the trial For fuel purposes is sold at the extremely low price of 1 per thousand cubio feet And no chargi for pping or running ser Â¬ vice is made to the consumer The best stove iu the market sold at 15 Samples of all the leading make on exhibition at the Companys office and information rheefully given Nearly 100 Gas Stoves now iu use testify to the popularity Remember That Gas V21JW lER m Seot 23 May 15th the Kentucky Mid- Â¬ RECEIVED PROPOSALS land Railway will sell tickets to SEALED noon on the 8th WILLof BE 1KW by May day THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE Notice to Contractors DIDNT USE tf the Board ot Directors if the tltusant IWgeit Polsgrove Lnndlng Turnpike Co forthe con Â¬ struction of 2iij miles of McAdlmlzed road It will be let In one fourth mile sections and the bidder will be requited to furnish bond to com Â¬ plete the same In accordance with protllo ami jm nifloHtloas and requirements of the County Court Profile and snecllleatlons by 1 SI Woodson can be seen at the ofllce of J A Scott WKSLE SIitJUILLlN Pres by Oko ONan Secy Api II JSMt b003 of Gas Cooking in Fraukforr Call and exanine the stock we can save you labor and money Superintendent E C HTHWJIY Cincinnati and return at 1 1 fare Account Odd for the round trip celebration Fellows C D Bercaw G P A DeclG lj SAPOLIO McKEE HARDIE OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY Now is the time to plant- - May 7 to 14 the Kentucky Midland Railway will sell tickets to Lexington and return at reduced Account of the races rates C D Bercaw G P A Â¬ W G-a-rde-n H G MATTERS HALLS THE- - Dr Priced Cream Baking Powder World Pair Highest Medal and Diploma W v it ft- - f The ordinance had its second reading the vote was then taken on its passage and and it was passed by a vote of 9 to o There was then a few minor changes in committees made and the Clerk was instructed to issue license under the new license ordi 25 Bucklons Arnica Sulvo The best salvo in the world for Outs Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tions and positively cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to satisfaction or money refunded rice 25 cents per box For sale by Â¬ 334 MAIN STREET Phoiiw LANDRETH8 We have a new and complete stock of On hand and will ask you to give us a call Phil Carpenter 8 iy FRANKFORT K W McKEE HARDIE JUI121 1T C L GAYLE wm - BROTHERS MASTIN XUCXaaSK2HEXUd M1 the agency anil will keep in stock the follow Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H II Bab cock IT A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Stoddard Avery Walton Plows Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormiok Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakes A fullystock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc We have secured m t m A 11 M VV SBi sa i coimiie ac Ex xisnE stock W A MASTIN BROTHERS twenty years Up to the first of Baptist Church Rev W C Tay this year she enjoyed remarkably lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m good health for one of her age and 730 p m to morrow as usual Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 Her memory was clear and disa m tinct as to the incidents of her J Christian Church Rev I to- early life especially in regard to frequent trips she made from her Spencer of Louisville preaches morrow at 11 and 730 Young Peoples Society of Chris home in Henry county on horsetian Endeavor in the lecture room at back to Louisville when the roads 650 were mere bridal paths through Catholic Church Low mass at the woods and Indians and wild S a m High mass at 10 a m and animals were plentiful in the Vespers at and Benediction at 730 p m country For long years she had Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS SOMETHING UNUSUAIi L B MARSHALL GAINES The Comitys Debts Paid and She Has Wealth in Her Flank The Court of Claims settled with Sheriff Armstrong on MonÂ¬ L 6 MARSHALL k 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 Â¬ Â¬ The mission which has been con Â¬ ducted during week by Fathers JBosche and Mulconry will be closed to morrow night Father Mulconry will preach to morrow morning and IFather Bosche will speak at night The Church Established subject iby Jesus Christ been a consistent Christian and when the end came she gently and peacefully fell asleep to awaken in the new Jerusalem The remains were taken to Louisville Monday morning after Episcopal Church The usual services to morrow will be conducted a brief funeral service at the home by Rev R L McCready the rector of Judge Diane and laid to rest Preaching at 11 and 730 in Cave Hill Cemetery IRev Church Quire Mrs John Quire died McClusky Blayney D D will occupy his pulpit to morrow at Saturday at the home of her husHI and 730 The Young Peoples Society of band in the Antioch Neighbor- Â¬ Christian Endeavor will meet in the hood and the remains were buried Lecture Room at 645 p m You are J Â¬ First Presbyterian day and gave him his quietus then after paying the interest on the bonded indebtedness settling in full the floating debt and cur rent expenses of the county it was found that 5800 still remained on hand Thereupon the court ordered that 5000 be ap- Â¬ plied to the purchase of outstanding bonds at not exceeding par This is an almost unprecedented showing as the county has gener- Â¬ ally been in debt at the end of the year and proves that the countys finances are being much more ably manage i than at any time for years Â¬ Â¬ OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET desirable property and will be rented at a moderate price Is very frame resideme ofsevrn Two story Cross street nsar Conwav This on FORRENT PLUS AM NOW PREPARED Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated FOR SALE TO SUPPLY A FINE grade of early cabbage and tomato plants Sweet potato pepper celery and other plants In season Plants are on sale by Ellwanger Bros James Heenev und J M Bunta I TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCB on Cross street near Conway Thlt proper Â¬ ty has a veiy good lot is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low figure A The Season of 94 The Hermitage Distillery comÂ¬ invited Henderson the pastor will preach to morrow morning at 11 and at 730 p m as usual Sunday school meets at 930 a m The Epworth League will convene an the class room at 7 oclock Methodist Church Rev H G Â¬ Hev B Clay Lilly the pastor will preach at 11 and 730 Sunday school Southern Presbyterian Church at 930 paBt week conducted by Rev I J Spencer of Louisville have been marked by crowded audiences and numerous additions to the Church On Thursday night there were ten responses to the invitation S C Bull There will be service to night at 730 The friends who see this notice The meetings will continue into will confer a favor by telling every- Â¬ next week body they see Expectations Realized The meetings at the Christian Church the Antioch menced running last week for the season of 1894 the first mash was Sunday school for Pea Ilidgc made yesterday at the Old CrowÂ¬ Distillery and the J S Tavlor DisHaving been urged by some of tillery will commence running next the good people of Pea Ridge to week FINELY Lo Â¬ 210 FARM start a Sunday school I desire to Frankfort A FINEroadmilesOFIrom ACRES is a on good cated 8 upon which there brick resi turnpike say that there will be a meeting dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and in the school house near Miss Ann all other necessary Improvements This land is In a high state of cultivation the Improvements Tracys at 3 oclock to morrow are in fine condition and In order to make a quick sale wH bo offered at a barcnln Sunday afternoon for the purpose of considering the matter and if sufficient interest is manifested I will be glad to do what I can to Come further the enterprise everybody and bring your Bibles GO A1UE3 WITH 2 RESIDENCES A FARM OF necessary Improvements two and other and your Gospel Hymns property all in Church Sunday afternoon at FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS residence of 6 rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ TWO 14 acres of land In Bridgeport Tills bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ Is good property and Is offered at a bargain sary Improvements AU of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new FOR SALE FOR SALE A t jS2s -- FOR SALE 11 and in nrat class condition This farm has a quantity of tine tobacco land and would ulso make u tlrst class stock farm It also hns a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit Â¬ FOR SALE OF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES RESIDENCE property has a lot 67 by 150 teet and U wellocnted J FOR SALE B FOR RENT A FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON Conway street South Side This property Is In is miles from Frankfort This grass and would make au excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent it at 16 per month Garden farm Deatlis Mrs Blanche Farra Dade Dade wife of Dr Waller H Dade physician at the penSaturday at died itentiary the home of her parents Woodford county after a brief illness and the remains were interred in the Lexington cemetery The death of this on Tuesday and attractive youug lady bright Â¬ Cm Â¬ Having been was peculiarly sad married only a few months with prospects for a long and happy existence before her death came when life was bright and sunny and turned joy in the heart of a devoted young husband to black- Â¬ est sorrow and prostrated him under an exceeding weight of woe The hearts of his friends in this city go out to him in his hour of affliction in sincere sympathy Both the method und results when Syrup of Fi 3 is taken it is pleasant The young ladies of the Metho- Â¬ and refreshing to the taste aud acts dist Church will give a luncheon at gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Mrs Julia Thompsons residence Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head on Shelby street South Side aches and fevers and cures habitual Thursday evening May 3d from constipation Syrup of Figs is the This is a only remedy of its kind ever pro 6 until 10 oclock to the taste and ac duced worthy cause and it is hoped that ceptablepleasiug stomach prompt in to the the people will patronize it The its action and truly beneficial in its charges have been fixed at the effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its low price of 25 cents many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most Matrimonial popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drugSprengle Goin Dr W M Any reliable druggist who gists Sprengle and Miss Mollie Goin may not have it on hand will prowere married Wednesday evening cure it promptly for any one who at 6 oclock at the home of the wishes to try it Do not accept any groom on north St Clair street substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO by Rev J McClusky Blayney SAN FRANCISCO CAL NEW YORK NY LOUISVILLC D D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Imnchcoii L MARSHALL EEM0VES R OHOATE CO Choate m VM Cleans the Scalp and Formerly of Wakefield LHFINNELL DANDRUFF AND CUBES PLANING MILL AND ECZEMA HOGSHEAD FACTORY il PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOORS SHINGLES TURNED SASH WORK BLINDS STAIR WORK FRAMES AND KVL KINDS OF di m M W i m m Â¬ Restores the Hair from Lifeless Condition For Sale by nil Druggists Frlco 25c feb 10 ly TliADE MAHK Â¬ House Finish For a Factory one and a as tobacco hogsheads as half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited well t CHOATE Sept 2 ly FINNELL Y If Drank Mrs Judith C Drane died at the home of her sjn Judge George C Drane Friday night of last week aged 92 years The deceased spent most of her life in Henry county but had resided in this city for the past Â¬ be had by taking Chamberlains OF THE WILL BE A MEETING stockholders of the Franktprt and Flat Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy WORK EXECUTED PROMPTLY AND Paper hung in Creek Turnpike Road Company at thn court satisfaction guaranteed In many instances the attack may be on Wednesday Mav 9th ut house In style at the prevented by taking this remedy Sidelatest per boltthe following prices 10 cents 11 oclock Frankfort the election of officers and a m for wall the transaction of any other buslnei s that may as soon as the first symptoms of the Ceiling per bolt 10 cents come before the meeting disease appear 25 and 50 cent bottleB L A HARROO president PEN MERCHANT for sale by P H Carpenter South 030 Shelby street DEN MARSHALL Secy and Treas Side Apr 21 td south Mar 3Mm Side druggist It will be an agreeable surprise to persons subject to attacks of bilious colic to learn that prompt relief may Painting Pawing Notice to Stockholders Â¬ Orchard tawn v V i GARDEN shrubs and every thing usually found in a nursery We sell direct to the planter establishment and have no agents Catalogues on application H FIHLLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 10 3m FULL STOCK OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL grape vines asparagus small fruits iAiS Hi W I 7 1 f WB 75 YEARS OLD WAS AT T can ur Prices TO CALL AND PURCHASE ttLoy gret tlxe I nSTVI TE1w 7lils beneiit of o ILjo What they need in our line Note a few of the items below 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 I k f E P IYI V COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank Brother Gorden asked one of petition and lowering of wages such the Daughters of Kebekah who a measure is imperative for our own preservation That cartoon in one of the comic papers recently which represented Uncle Sam as being crowded out of bed by the motley crowd of guests whom his hospitality had permitted to enter was not an inapt suggestion of what we are coming to THE INDEPENDENT made the lemonade and when she ORDER OF ODD FEJVLOAVS replied We all had a hand in it ON THURSDAY he did not know whether to drink And the Event Vns Appropri Â¬ or not ately Celebrated Another Soul Made Iluppy The seventy fifth anniversary of Mr J E Pickett Woodson was Odd Fellowship in America was appropriately celebrated by Capital yesterday assigned as night storeIn keeper at the Hermitage Distillery Lodge No 6 on Thursday the afternoon the membership and went on duty last night formed in procession and headed The Evolution by the Frankfort Cornet Band paraded the principal streets in Of medicinal agents of gradually the evening there was a splendiJ relegating the old ti ne herbs pills draught and vegetable ex entertainment at their Temple on One of the largest tracts to the rear and bringing St Clair Â¬ Â¬ 20 ciN GIVEN AWAY srsr mt m til - 1 Ir cession The bill has been favorably report Â¬ ed by the Judiciary Committee and it ought to bo passed as soon as possi- Â¬ NOTES ble The only objection which can Brother Bridgeford as master possibly attaoh to the measure is of ceremonies conducted the ex that it will compel us to cease our ercises skillfully and everything proud boast that our country is a refuge for the opprossed of all moved smoothly without a jar nations If the country were as was an- sparsely populated and homes were When the banquet MOST PERFECT MADE nounced Brother Dehoney stepped as easy to obtain as was the case fifty years ago suoh a measure might well A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free holdly to the head of the pro- meet with disapproval but with our from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant audiences ever assembled on a similar occasion was present in the hall when Noble Grand Mc Ennis rapped for order at 8 oclock and the exercises were opened with the singing of an ode by the membeis of the order which a fervent prayer after was offered by Rev V C Taylor After music by the orchestra Mr Robt B Franklin delivered a bi au- tiful and appropriate address upon the object and aims of the order and told in eloquent language of General Comment the great benefit it had been to mankind how it cared for the One of the measures now on the widows and orphans of its de- - calendar of the House of Representa- Â¬ ceased members and dispensed tives is An Act designed to secure large amounts in charity each a better grade of immigrants introduced in the House by Hon Wm A year Stone of Pennsylvania and we give The following programme was it below in full Bo it enacted by the Senate and then carried out House of Representatives of the Overture Consecration of the Temple United States of America in Congress assembled That no alien immigrant by Latome shall be admitted within the United Vocal Solo Mr Walter Franklin States of America unless be Waltz Aphradike Jaxon or she shall exhibit to the Recitation Mrs Lancaster United States inspectors of arriving Fontaine LaPalonara Missard Messrs immigrants at the place of admission Leiderkrantz Quartette Alex Schneider Chas Keeman a certificate signed by the United Charles Steubenrauch and John States consul or other authorized representative of the United States Schnebele Recitation Miss Mamie Bridgeford at tho place nearest where said im Â¬ migrant last resided setting forth Medly the Old and New Berger that the said consul or other United Recitation Miss Maggie Merchant States representative has made an Schottische Capers Far Away investigation concerning said immi Â¬ Vocal Solo W Franklin Grand Selections Americans Tobam grant and that said immigrant does notTjelong to the class or classes of Recitation Miss Gracie Grant Song accompaniment by Prof Gra- Â¬ alien immigrants excluded from ad- Â¬ mission into the United States under ham the provisions of the Act of Congress Leader of Orchestra -- Pr6f Wolf approved March third eighteen hun- Â¬ By special request Mr Robert dred and ninety one entitled An B Franklin sang a comic song Act in amendment to the various Acts relative to Immigration and the accompanying himself upon the importation of aliens under contract or agreement its piano which biought forth an amendments orto perform labor by supplements or encore the orchestra played Auld any other law of the United States exists or may hereafter Ang Syne and then the company that now Said immigrants shall be passed in was invited into the north hall to addition conform to all present re quirmonts of law partake of an elegant banquet preIt shall be the duty of United pared by the Daughters of Re States consuls and United States representatives in other countries sisters to investigate and grant or withhold bekah and the wives shall daughters and sweethearts of Oda certificates as under be disnlosed on investigation the directions Fellows The feast like all those and instructions of the State Depart Â¬ ment spread heretofore by these ladies Unitedaccording to the laws of the States as aforesaid Sec 2 That this Act shall take was both delicious and bountiful effect from and after the first day of the large audience being fed and January anno Domini eighteen hun Â¬ still great basketsful remained to dred and nine five be carried away or sent to the Â¬ Â¬ The National Council of the Jr O U A M with headquarters at Chica go has taken this matter in hand and is trying to arouse public sentiment to demand a speedy passage of the bill One of the significant facts which is brought out in the report of the Judiciary Committee and on which particular stress is laid by the Press Committee of the O U A M is that with a total foreign born popu Â¬ into general use the pie sant and lation of 1477 per cent over one INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a package of McCLURES FAMOUS SOUASH SEED and effective liquid laxative Syrup of half of our white convicts and To get tiie true remedy paupers were born outside of the to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOL- Â¬ Figs see that it is manufactured by the United States The act in no way LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest Caliiornii F g Syrup Co only discriminates against any country THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash For sale by all leading druggists sect or religion but applies to all All to be grown from our seed who are candidates for citizenship We have a large and complete stock of within our borders Its necessity is In order to answer many inquries its efficiency may be it may be stated briefly that the apparent N Adam Forepaugh Shows which ex Â¬ questioned but it is certainly worthy hibit here on Saturday May 12th are of a trial Should both this measure For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times the old original Adun Forepaugh looking to the Shows which have for the past thirty and the one years been tlio acknowledged best classification of and the application shows in existence The last tour of a sort of civil service rule to thy nude anywhere East with theÂ¬ consular service become laws our R A White we Wm Gaertner T I RASDLL exception of the cities of Philadel phia Washington Baltimore was believe the result would be felt in a two years ago in the season of 1892 short time and felt for good in more ways than one I K MCLURE SON Boot Shoe Hat and Book Dealers rleasTisrFosi B K MoCLTTBE SON I The REcLtTsE Those who never read the adver- Â¬ tisements in their newspapers miss more than they presume Jcnatcan Kension of Bolan Worth Co Iowa who had been troubled with rheuma tism in his back arms and shoulders read an item in his paper about bow i - 6RECH RIVER TC UC o WAREHOUSr a prominent German citizen of Ft Â¬ Madison had been cured He procured the 8am e medicine and to use his own words It cured me right up UK wTrrWr He also says A neighbor and his wife were both sick in bed with rheumatism Their boy was over to my house and said they were so bad he had to do the cooking I told him of Chamberlains Pain Balm and how it had cured me he got a bottle and it cured them up in a WHITE RANSDELL CD Props week 50 cents bottles for sale by P H Carpenter South Side druggist MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ L t 1 HffiM rTi3 Green Hiver Tobacco Warehouse J W Fairbanks MARK YOUR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of your Dr Halos House old Tea and it is the first medicine I have found that has done me any good For 30 years I have been troubled with liver and kidney trou- Â¬ bles growing worse all the time For the last 10 years I have not been able to do much or any work I feel dull sleepy and as though I could not stir My bowels would not move oftener than once a week After taking one package I am much hotter and now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular For dyspepsia constipation all liver and kidney troubles etc it has no equal Only 25c and 50c a package at P II Carpenters drug store o Returns Promptly Made Auction Sal s Daily Storage Free of Charge JgfWe refer shippers Four Months Shelbyville Jan 20 tf to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drovers Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville German or Scandinavian will be ent il desired Potal card is as In this county on good as letter Owen Address Price Tuesday April 17th 1S94 to Mr Baking Powder Co Chicago 111 W R Owen and wife a son SPEND YOUR OUTING ON TUB GREAT Dallas McKinlev -- Jilrths Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair poor w CREAM Â¬ BAKING POWDHt LAKES Visit picturesque Mackinac Island A Cook Book Free It will only cost you about S1250 from Do 15 f rom 18 from is the troitthe round Toledoincluding Cleveland Table and Kitchen for trjp meals and title of a crok book published by berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel Â¬ the Price Baking Powder Compa- Â¬ ing on tho D C floating palaces Tho attractions of a trip to tho Mackinac ny Chicago Just at this lime it nro unsurpassed Tho island itselfregioii is a will be Snt free if you write a grand romuutic spot its climate most in vigorating Two new steel passenger postal mentioning the Rounda- - steamers have iust been built for tlm 1 ms ouok nut uecu incu uppcr kko rouf cost uuu ajoOOOO each Dy ourselves and is one 01 tneTHey are equipped with every modem Besides convenience annunciators bath rooms very best of its kind ctc illmniniltcd throughout containing over 400 receipts tor all aud nro gUanintccll to bo by electricity tho grandest kinds of pastry and home cook- - largest aud safest steamers on fresh water heSi ery there are many hints for the tuo steamers favorably compare with ercut ocean liners in construction and t ihlo and kitciien snowing now to gpeedi Four tripg per wcek bctweeu set a table how to enter the dining Toledo Detroit Alpena JIacklnac St Pctoskey Chicago Soo Mar room etc a hundred and one Ignace and quctto Duluth Dully between Clove- hint 4 in every branch of the land md Dotroit Cieve- Cookery of the land and culinary art The cabins parlors very finest and richest as well as ttnd staterooms of these steamers are de- Â¬ 1- - Â¬ increasing population greater com- - 40 YEARS THB STANDARD of the most economical and home like is provided for Remember Table and Kitchen will be sent postaEe prepaid to any lady send- ing her address name town and A copy in State plainly given -- utial equipment tho luxury of tho ap- Pototmcnts makes traveling on these tiffig ZtSSL Put-in-Bay 8 A A Schantz G Detroit Mich P T A D C XI MyjM I 8 v Lovi Announcement 1 Love Is but u fond delusion And youll reach the same oucluslon Should jou only stop mid draw aside tie blln For It mutter not a neimy Whether Annli Sue or Jenny -Their devotion llveth only In yur inliid This world lslinmaterli For theres nothing m It re il And many things are far tiom what they feem And youll nnt up ii relcctloii That this tiling they call aCectlon Is nothing but the coloring of u dream They will say these guileless crejinres That they like your hunsnm features And you a ready sucker bwnltow all But youll llud that youve been dairy For a hook was In the taffy When they pull you for a sissy aft the hall SlOItT Zllpali Health is very good at this time very few are on tne sick list Plenty of rain and farm work is progressing very slowly Died In this community on Monday last Mr Piute Lindle He leavts a wife and child to 1 he remains mourn his death vere laid to rest in the burying -- nia this week We are sorry to report Uncle Powell Skelton no belter The house Reuben Moore rent- Â¬ ed from Mr Link Clarkand which he proposed to move into Monday burned down last Saturday night Mrs M B Moore and Mrs C W Perkins visited the family of Henry Skelton this week We learn that some one bor- Â¬ rowed a barrel or so of corn from Uncle David Graves a few nights ago The probability is that it will not be paid back We sadly miss the items from the fluent pen of our brother cor- Â¬ respondent Catchem Let us fliear from you brother if you are still in the land of the living As the Pollard Breckinridge trial has closed what next As the old song goes tiere is always ground at Union Church Henry county Mr Cul Sheets of Tioga was in our community last week on a trading tour W B Moore and wife visited Owen Moore and family at Peyti 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 of cancerous diseases together with all malignant and other tumors and are able to offer the results of our extensive experience surrounding in Kentucky and countries in a system of rational and successful treatment that we believe has never heretofore been 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 assertion that our system does With a positive cure cancer knowledge of this fact now so fully endorsed by thousands of sufferers 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 with this most terrible and hope- Â¬ less of diseases We have printed a pamphlet cause giving the symptons c of cancers and varieties Anyone feeling inter- Â¬ tumors esting can get a copy free by ad- Â¬ dressing Â¬ oALIj XTRAORDINARY CRUTCHER Mens and Boys all Wool Cheviot Suits fifteen Styles WORTH PROM 12 to 15 STARKST ONLY 3 FOE CASH rvl 4ffl bm m 4 ONLY 10 FOR GASH One Large Lot 6 Colors Childrens D B suits ages 5 to 14 years WORTH 5 and 6 and Fancy Cheviot Suits Splen Â¬ did Quality all Wool Latest Outs and Styles WORTH 15 Men and Boys Black Blue t Dks Current 17 tf Smith Paris Ky The Southern Baptist Conven Â¬ tion Will be held at Dallas Texas May 11 to 15 1894 Large numbers of bap Â¬ tists in all parts of the South are in- Â¬ terested in the questions how to reach Dallas and what it will cost The Queen Orescent Route takes pleasure in announcing a low rate of uno rare lor tne Kound Trip irom points on its line This route is the direct line from the southeast Through sleeping cars daily from Atlanta Birmingham Meridian Jackson and Vicksburg to Shreveport with direct connection at Shreveport for through trains to Dallas Solid Vestibuled trains every day in the year from Cincinnati Lex Â¬ ington and Chattanooga connect at Birmingham and Meridian with through cars to Shreveport TrainB vice ONLY 3 F0 CASH SHOES EXTRAORDINARY MENS LADIES AND CHILDREN FV tion at Lexington with through from Louisville make close connec- Â¬ ser- Â¬ time J R Duncan is still not able to be out Rumor says we are to have a wedding in our community soon Strong Witnesses On May 10th through cars will be run from Meridian Jackson and Vicksburg through to Dallas without change to accommodate delegates something new and visitors from these and inter Â¬ G F Moore contemplates mediate points your name We will Let us have building a new barn Whitman take pleasure in writing you full in- Â¬ Leay are cutting the lumber with formation as to the rate schedules selling dates etc from your point their mill on his farm ChaR W Zell D P A Cincinnati 0 Lexington Ky Owen Moore and wife of Pey J S Leith T P A A Whedoh P A Louisville Ky tonia visited the family of John E T Charlton DPA Chnttnnoogn Tenn S C Rny T P A Samples on Sunday night Birmingham Ala J W Johnson T A Birmingham Ala John Perkins and his brother J J Gray T A Meridian Miss Vicksburg Miss Jep of Bagdad were in our com- Â¬ I Hardy A G P A It H Garratt AGPA New Orleans La munity trading this wrek W C Rineiiricm G P A Cincinnati 0 We are torry to report Mrs Wui Gordon no better at this A Splendid Itond For Quality For Price For Style For Wear For Comfort -t- ji 17 - i I f yl p -icjej te- - JOE T STATEN CO MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Have purchased the entire stock of CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST I H Among the thousands of testimoni Â¬ als of cures by Dr Miles New Heart Cure is that of Nathan Allison a well known citizen of Glen Rock Pa who for years had shortness of breath sleeplessness pain in loft side ehoulders smothering spells etc one bottle of Dr Miles New Henri Cure and one box of Nerye and Lirer PUIb cured bim Peter Jaquet Salem N J is another witness who twenty years Buffered with Heart Diaoaso was pronounced incurable 1804 by physicians death stared him in the face could not lie down for fear of smothering to death Immediately after using the New Cure he felt betÂ¬ ter and eould lie down and sleep all night and is now a well man The New Cure is sold also a free book by No other O came over the 0 railroad in America is as much talked Ohio about as the Chesapeake railroad said he Comment is made upon its scenery the smoothness of its tracks battlefields and other historical points along the route as well as the superiority of its train service and the clock work regularity with which the schedule of the P F V limited and other through trains is Ohio maintained Tho Ohespeake trains are the only modern ones lighted with electricity and carrying a through dining car service to Washington and New York Mr New would not discuss politics bo full was he of his advertising of the 0 O Tivies Star Cincinnati April 11th Â¬ Hon John C New stopped over an hour in this city yesterday on his way home from Washington City He FURNITURE l M Of Frankfort Furniture Manu- factoring Co Prices CUT From 10 to 15 per ct Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Clasgs Accommodatfons For Further Information Address S L Bryaa t C P A W 6 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certain conditions Best patronized Business College In the South 500 Students In attendance the nast year Eleven Teachers Nashville Is the educa- lonul center of the South Cheap Board No vacation Enter any time iiome Htuay We have recentlv nrmwirpd hnntra nn Rnniriranino Shorthand and Penmannhlp especially adapted to home study Send for our Free Illustrated 80 page catalogue and state your wants Ad- dress J F Dkauohon President Drauehon Practical Business College and School of Short iiuu unu leiegrapny nas ivi e Tenn N B we pay 5 cash for vacancies as book keepers stenographers teachers etc reported to us provided we nil same Mention this paper AGENTS when you write Carpenters drug store faouso on Ann Cedar Posts Anyone wishing will do For SaleorRentstreet J tf - -- My dwelling- T Buckley A No Â¬ a supply of red cedar posts well by calling on John C near Old Crow Distillery ford coupty 31 Have Removed From the Batzell Building ON MAIN STEET TO Quire WoodÂ¬ Ma r MS I have for sale 2000 A No 1 CEDAR POSTS For further particulars apply to me on my premises T N Arnold 2 Vi im TVPEWRTER FOR SALE 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement of the Capital Hntel They will short time fill 2 Caligraph Typewriter in excellent condition is offered for sale at a bargain Apply at this offie For Malaria Liver Trou Â¬ ble or Indigestion use MROWHS IRON BITTERS this space with an entire new advertisement in a Feb tf y