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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v wmtmm The GEO A Frameoet Komdabout A LEWIS Publisher WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XVII 7 FKANKFOET KY SATURDAY MAY 26 1894 Latest U S Govt Report 38 Highest of all in Leavening Power The Girl They All Want to Marry Rfe r r Baking Powder Â¬ Business and Professional Directory ABSOLUTELY PURE Verdict for 10OOOw Andrew Scott returned from Catlettsburg Monday Hon Jas evening where he had been at- Â¬ He wasattorney tending court in the case of Judd for the plaintiff O Railroad and succeedvs C ed in getting a gioooo verdict for his client Judd was a conductor on the railroad and was killed while sitting upon the pilot of an engine attempting to make a coupling The engine had been in the round house a day or two before for repairs but through carelessness had not been properly inspected and when Judd signaled the engineer to slow up for the coupling he reversed the lever and instead of the engine going back- Â¬ ward it went forward with a rush crushing Judd between the pilot and the car His widow sued the road for damages alleging de- Â¬ fective machinery of the engine with the above result Â¬ the street approaching the bridge on the South Side and that the Reddish property on the West side of Bridge street be condemned and tie city property adjoining be sofd Adopted The council then aHjourned until Tuesday week Ho Gets the Money Â¬ w w iM During the long session of the Legislature of 1892 3 Squire Pat McDonald performed the duties of copyist for which the Legislature in its appropriation bill allowed The Governor vetoed 1150 that portion of the bill and Squire McDonald brought suit against the Auditor to compel the payment of the amount appropriated The case went to the to him Court of Appeals and that tribunal rendered a decision on Tuesday in the Squires favor and the Auditor will draw his warrant for the amount Â¬ Â¬ The lecture given at Cedar BILLIARDS AND POOL Chapel Tuesday evening for the ROBERT GORDON benefit of the church was well at CHAS G PAYNE Painter and Paperlianger tended by a refined and appre Billiards and Pool ciated audience and was in many FURNISHED ON The Cub Main Street ESTIMATES satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders particulars a success left at The Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium nnd promptM P Grays Hardware Store will31receive Mar attention 3m Bowling Alleyts attached The address was delivered by Pev H V Moore pastor of LAWYERS CONFECTIONER the Methodist Church at Law R TODD WM CROMWELL renceburg on The girl they all JOHN Manufacturing Attorney at Law want to marry and well may the Confectioner Â¬ people of the Farmdale neighborFrankfort Kentucky Paf nta Arrant hood be congratulated upon the Home made Candles 41 St Clair Street Alsn Ppfll uuntkw cfui Will nvinMM In tliA uv fcllt fill lUVtlO Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Courts of Franklin nnd adjoining counties opportunity of hearing the talent- Â¬ nnd Soda Water in season Clears and Tobacco nnd will also give specialthe attention to the pur Â¬ Near new bridge chase and sale of real estate collection of rents claims and the negotiation of loans ed young lecturer This gifted DRUGS young minister was educated at W J CHINN R Kentucky Wesleyan and Vander W H AVERILL Attorney at Law bilt University and all of his Druggist friends are justly proud of him Frankfort Kentucky Main Street opp City Hall His ideal of a true woman mov A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Will practice In all State Courts Office secnnii floor Custom House and ing like an angel of light in the specialty Cigars hoursTobacco Prescriptions compounded at all NEWSDEALER sphere of her fireside is queen of CO NO W R WILLIAMS the human breast and the noblest GUY BARRETT Druggists was truly de- Â¬ gift of Heaven News Dealer and picted and clearly unfolded 314 Main Street Bookseller The lecture was followed by a Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all 332 Main Street hours A tine line of Fancy Toilet Articles Fine Stationery Periodicals of all kinds Fancy song The Old Battered Horn Goods by Mr William Pattie which was FLOUR AND FEED well rendered PAINTERS REOCK DONALDSON 111 Â¬ 1 71 a tf 8 lvfl SMi vS Tisler a prominent merchant of the town gave her a bottle of ChamberÂ¬ lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says she was well in forty minutes after taking the first dose For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side druggist Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award A lacly at Tooleys La was very sick with bilious colic when M 0 Flour Meal Feed and Country Produce Fincel Block South Side Oysters W B BRIDGEFORD The Painter 10 St Clair Street Wall Paper Paints Oils and Glass constantly on Fish and Game In season Pickles and Preserves LIVERY Choice hand ft - fA fr stk T K fc i t Captain J Crittenden Watson U S N who was born and reared in this city is at Bluefields Nicaraugua where our govern- Â¬ ment is having some trouble with the natives and his ship the San Francisco was sent there to protect American interests No better S2ooo man in the navy could have been Petition of John Waters for a selected for the purpose for he reduction of taxes was allowed will stand no foolishness and see Have always enjoyed the confi- Â¬ City Attorney Rodman asked that our flag is protected or die in dence of our customers and that he be allowed a per cent on the attempt we trust our complete stock Re- Â¬ all money collected by him Twenty five Cents ferred to finance committee much money but it will buy a Isnt City Attorney notified council bottle of the finest Cough cure on for earth That is what we of suit of Jung Brewing Company Dr Hales Household Cough claim and Cure fasti Â¬ against the city to recover taxes what thousands of people have told Suit your taste however a cough It may We are City Engineer reported plans us Dont neglectdollars or possibly dious you may be cost you as many certain that when you call you and cost of building sewers on your life When you feel the first to P H Carpenters will symptoms Clinton and Mero drug store go Broadway invest 25 cents in a bottle of Dr Hales Household Cough Cure streets d and cure yourself Mr Pruett moved that bids for Take a Drink Broadway and Clinton street sewers Be disappointed in the style be advertised until October also By order of the City Council qualities and prices and that to advertise for material for exten- Â¬ the drinking fountain in front of you will have no hesitaucy to sion of Mero street sewer the Custom House has been re- Â¬ Adopted yeas 11 nayso paired and the water turned on The City Engineer reported es so that the thirsty can now take a timates and specifications for im- Â¬ drink at this heretofore useless Our word when we say that provements on Cross East Main ornament we can give you better value at Second streets and around the Knocked Him Out the prices Capitol HoteC The street commit tee was authorized to draw up or-Â¬ That snow storm Sunday morn- Â¬ dinances covering the same ing was too much for the oldest The Hall Committee asked more inhabitant He had never seen time in which to settle with lessees as heavy snow so late in the spring Own interest demands that you Council granted time and gave and like the little boy the hen ran call before buying your Dry the committee authority to make over he had not a word to say Goods Notions or Fancy Goods best settlement possible for we give you the worth of The resolution to place two Worlds Columbian Exposition your additional water plugs on Holmes Will be of value to the world by street one on Taylor Avenue and illustrating the improvements in one on Logan street in South the mechanical arts and eminent Frankfort four hundred feet south physicians will tell you that the of Todd street was adopted progress in medicinal agents has Resolution to place the tax been of equal importance and as books in the hands of the tax a strengthening laxative that Syrup is far in advance of all collector so that he could proceed of Figs others with the collection of taxes was For Sale or Rent My dwelling No 214 St Clair street next door to R K adopted house on Ann street McClure Mr Marshall moved to widen J T BOKLEY tf May 22 94 Mayor Julian and all the coun cilmen except one were present The journal of the previous meeting was read and approved The assessment of Pat Newman was reduced from 2500 to Council Proceedings Tuesday A Frankfort Boy There MANGAN DARNELL Fine Livery Terms Reasonable 219 Main Street Job work neatly exe Â¬ PTSTEIN WE cuted at this office Â¬ As You Like It i Reduction in prices for CASH to make business move along on v WILL Lawn Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose The PLACE The TIME To save money on what you buy And all along down the line in HARDWARE NOT The PRICE TAKE M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT DEALERS IN xtfk YOUR Black 8c Hursey FINE HARNESS M SADDLES MONEY A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND HfiRTSTEIHS mar 10 3in 232 m KTIST STREET Uv 1 Hudson Humphries Cassell rnr nearer irtrieirnKariJiryi cuLiiCUKSiEiiisiieyisuEUtfii r frV i - IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR v i Ready Made Clothing Come in and look at ours We handle the best makes we know it is ALL WOOL good fitting and wears well Dont believe what we say about it but come in and see We always have time to show our goods and talk to you WJ T about them K 9 f V i r y h 4 v I- - t- - s - Hudson HumphriesCassell Miss Janie Baker of Eminence Mrs Bert Ashurst of George- Â¬ Died Suddenly town is visiting her parents Mr spent Wednesday in this city visiting Miss Tinie Addams has been quite John N Marshall and wife on Logan friendB Aunt Kitty Jackson a well ill the past week street Mr James M Todd jr of Louisville known colored woman died sud- Â¬ Miss Kate Green is at home from a Mrs T H Bradley and son Mar was in the city yesterday visiting his denly yesterday morning at her visit to Louisville shall of Georgetown are visiting her parents home in Battle Alley South Mr Charles Pryor of Richmond mother Mrs L F Woods on High Mrs Sallie 0 Berryman who has She was sick sime Frankfort street was in the city Tuesday beeen visiting her son at Washington weeks ago but had been up Mr H Pope Hawkins of Green- Â¬ for the past two months returned Mr Jos B Lewis of Versailles ville Mississippi is visiting his home Wednesday and going about for some time spent Tuesday in this city Â¬ father Dr J Russell Hawkins Mrs Caswell Bennett and daugh About a half hour before her Mrs A Meriwether of Louisville near this city ter little Mjbs Virginia returned death she became ill and had just is visiting friends in this city Mr R K McOlure returned Mon- - yesterday from a visit of several Mr Woodford Longmoor has re- Â¬ gotten to bed when she died day from a visit to his sisters in weeks to Paducah turned from a visit to Oynthiana Weatherford Texas and Hopkins Miss Mamie Bull returned Thurs- Â¬ Miss Bullock of Lexington spent ville Kentucky Grave Mistakes day from Cincinnati where she has Sunday in this city with relatives Physicians frequently make mis Â¬ Mr R D Denson and wife of been visiting friends and attending takes in treatment of Heart Disease Mrs John W Headley left Wednes- Louisville spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ the May Musical Festival The rate of sudden deaths is daily in- Â¬ day for a short visit to Louisville day in this city with Mr George Mr A Pilkington will move next creasing Hundreds become viotims Mrs James Bransom of Tyrone Huffman and wife week into the residence formerly oc- Â¬ of the ignorance of physicians in the treatment of this disease One in visited friends in this city on Tuesday cupied by Mrs Lpu Tate corner of four has a diseased heart Shortness Miss Cora Darling of Oarrollton Mrs J E Brennan of Louisville who has been visiting MisaAnnie Shelby and Second streets of breath palpatation and fluttering is visiting Mr and Mrs Pat Newman Steele on Washington street left Mrs Gus Macey of Versailles ar- Â¬ irregular pulse choking Bensation breathing pain or tender Â¬ CaptW F Dandridgo left Wed Â¬ Wednesday for home rived in the city yesterday and is the asthmatic ness in side shoulder or arm weak nesday for a business trip to Chicago Miss Bettie Sanders who has been guest of her sister Mrs 0 M Berry hungry spells are symptoms of Heart Â¬ visiting Disease Dr Miles Now Heart Cure Miss Florence Cromwell left Sun the Misses Overton on man on Washington street Â¬ is the only reliable remedy to visit friends in Lex- Â¬ Shelby street returned to her homo day afternoon Mrs Anne McElwain who has been ands testify to its wonderful Thous cures ington in Cincinnati Wednesday visiting relatives at Washington for Books free Sold by J W Gayle 6 Miss Jenevieve Roche of Paris is Master George Denson of Louis- several weeks past returned to her visiting her grandfather Mr M ville has been visiting his aunt and home in this county Wednesday A Fine Speech Parker uncle Mr George Huffman and wife Miss May Hocker Hazelrigg who Hon Evan E Settle of Owen was one of the attendants at the Mr W A Lewis spent Sunday in kn Cross street this week W T Handy and wif of Oyn Â¬ Jenkins Hocker wedding in Lexing- Â¬ county candidate for the Demo- Â¬ Mr Geo Louisville with his brother Mr W Lewis thiana who have been visiting Mrs ton returned Thursday from that cratic nomination for Congress ad on Second city Hon Grant Green and wife left Loulie B Longmoor Mr Dan M Bowraar editor of the dressed a large and enthusiastic street returned home Tuesday Wednesday for a visit to friends in Â¬ Miss Mary Baker who has been Woodford Sun Versailles was in the audience at the Opera House yesLouisville city yesterday looking on at the de- Â¬ The house was Mrs Pat McDonald and daughter visiting Mrs J W Marksbury for liberations of the Democratic Con- - terday afternoon filled many of the audience being Miss Jennye are spending the week a week or more returned to her ffnnilinnni onm mUtA home in Eminence on Saturday last in Cincinnati M88 Be88e Addam8 and mUe ladies and the speech is pro- Â¬ Mr Knox Brown of Owen county nieces MisBes Precilla Nanoy and nounced a splendid effort by all Miss Mary Warfleld of Lexington spent a few days this week with Miss and Mr Yoder Poignard of Spencer Hattie Handy of Oynthiana who who heard it voting frs Loulie B county were in the city Monday to Christine Reynolds w v Col J 0 Mr William Freeman left Wednes- attend the funeral of Specimen Cases day afternoon to make his future j Persons who sympathize with the Mr Will Lindsey who has been afflicted will rejoice with D E Oarr S H Clifford of New Cassell Wis home in Philadelphia living in North Carolina for the past of 1235 Harrison street Kansas City was troubled with Neuralgia and Miss Hallie Herndon of Lexington Rheumatism his stomach was disor Â¬ bealrt s horn e is visiting her brother Mr W 0 two dered his liver was affected to an again looking in splendid physical fore been troubled in this climate alarming degree appetite fell away Herndon on Conway street condition Last winter he went up into Wiscon- - and he was terribly reduced in flesh Gen D W Lindsey and John W 8ln and in consequence v has had and strength Three bottles of Elec Â¬ Rev W 0 Taylor of this city and another attack Rodman Esq were in Louisville It came upon me tric Bitters oured him Edward Shepherd HarrodBburg Wednesday on professional business Rev E S Alderman of Woodlake again very acute and severe he said returned Saturday from the meeting My Jlnt8 swelled and became in 111 had a running sore on his leg of Miss Sallie Bullock of Lexington flamed touch or three tZ lnnk nt sore to fhft rffint almost to eight years standing Used seven unknot TInnn was the guest of MisseB Overton on of the Southern nf bottles of Eloctrlo Bitters and my mother-in-laI tried Chamber boxes of Bucklons Arnica Salve and Shelby street Saturday and Sunday at Dallas Texas lains Pain Balm to reduce the swel Â¬ hid leg is sound and well John Dr L M Maus Surgeon in the U ling and ease the pain and to my Speaker Catawba O had Ave largo Rev George Darsie Taylor Hock- ensmith and Western D Furr dole S Army has been visiting relatives agreeable surprise it did both I fever sores on his log doctors said gates from the Endeavor Society of and friends in the city this week have used three fifty cent bottles and he was incurable One bottle Elec Â¬ finest thing for box the Christian Church to the Hopkins having accompanied the remains of believe itto be the and swellings ex- - tric Bitters and one him Bucklons rheumatism pains entirely Arnica Salvo cured ville Convention left Thursday morn Â¬ Ool J 0 Bailey here from San tant For sale by Phil Oabpenter Sold by the South Side drug store K ing to attend that meeting i Antonio Texas 3 ooutn bide druggist P H Cabpenteb PERSONAl LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MA- RKET PUBNISHED BY GLOVER DUBBETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WABEHOUSE Â¬ just closed amount to 1 Â¬ m Mt Trash dark or damaged trash in May The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to- Â¬ bacco 1893 crop 2 50 tobacco Common Colory trash 4 00 Medium to good colory hhds with receipts for the same period of 2485 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 75781 hhds Sales of the crop of 1893 on our market to this date amount to 76354 hhds The market this week for all grades of burley in good condition has been active with a tendency s to higher values Considerable progress has been made in setting the crop in some localities and if seasonable transplanting weather prevails for the next ten day an unusually large- Eer cent of the crop will reach the 2961 Sales on our market for the week- - 3 50 4 60 7 50- - Â¬ Common lugs not colory 4 50 6 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory 7 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 8 50 12 00 Medium to good leaf 16 00 Good o fine leaf 5 00 5 60 7 5f lOOO- A i Select or wrappery 18 00 12 OCr 16 00-18 00 23 50 J OS 3 MS fit a ca SiJsS a O CO wESSS CO 4 3 2 SbSws SgSS o I 13 139 Â¬ ftJ ua j P Oft ca 8SS ul- - t T SUSSES i Dr Halos Household OintmentIs the finest remedy in the world It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the mostooothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can bo Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific 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 Largo size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpentebb drug store - nt - 11 l w mmt m8teiais tV7 ITEDEKAIj --A DECORATION DAY Grand Pnrado of Old Soldiers arid Secret Societies The Federal Decoration ONLY tt iK 650 My ft lm in t a f j Day will be celebrated in this city on Wednesday next in grand style An olght day half hour Btriko movement A G Bacon Post G A R in a fine Celluloid Veneered Case making the finest marble finish over invented We Capital Lodge No 6 IO O F have decided to sell this Clock at a price Dexter Lodge K of P ard never before offered making it the cheap Â¬ militia will participate in the est as well as the best Clock for the money parade and fourty four little girl in the market Note the price will be each representing a State Cathedral Gong Gilt Dial All a feature of the procession Width10 inches old soldiers and sailors and citizens Height 12J in invited to attend and generally are For once take into consideiation the The take part in the ceremonies quality and then compare same with the music will be furnished by the low price wo are making on this Clock and Prankfort Brass Band and drum we are sure you will buy one at once corps The procession will be formed in front of the Custom House and will move at 3 oclock in the afternoon J Persons having flowers to do- Â¬ nate will please send them to the The Leading Jeweler Custom House or Sower Ahlers Wednesday morning - - KY Below will be found a list of those who have been appointed on Matrimonial the conimittee on flowers for the occasion All or as many Buffin Purvis Mr Geo Buffln of them as possible are- requested and Miss Annie Purvis were mar Â¬ to meet at the U S Court House ried Wednesday morning at the next Monday night to complete County Clerkls office by Judge B all their arrangements G Williams Mrs D W Lindsey Mrs H R McDonald Ditto Mr Rich THE ABOVE GUT KEPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Williams Mrs Edelen Mrs Wat ard C McDonald formerly of this kins Mrs Sam Bull Mrs Judge Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 Call and inspect our new line of city and Miss Marguerite Ditto Sneed Mrs John Rodman Mrs of Pleasureville were married Judge Holt Mrs Will Saffell Mrs Tuesday the 22d inst at the John Buckley Mrs Chas Saffell home of the bride The groom is And articles suitable for wedding presents Mrs Geo Lewis Mrs George a young man who has many friends Salender Sr Mrs H Hyde Mrs and relatives here and is at Humphries Mrs Henry Gayle present traveling for the firm of Mrs Mrs Judge Thomson Apr 14 3m David Baird Son of Louisville Hiram Berry Mrs Jos Ruff Mrs while the bride is one of Henry Will Saffell Jr Mrs W B Bridge THE SEW F F V LIMITED reaching New York nbout 900 Deaths fairest daughters p m ford Mrs Mattern Mrs Henry countys At Norfolk connection is Mitchell Mrs Frances A Important Change In Schedule made with the Old Dominion Moore Callahan Mr Jas Ahler Mrs Tanner Mrs C Mer-Â¬ reaching New Steamship Line of the C Os Pet Train chant Mrs J W Jenkins Mrs Moore and Miss Helen Callahan Mitchell died on Tuesday May York 300 p m the next day Daniels Mrs Julia Thompson were married Thursday evening 14th 1894 at her home in Bryan Commencing Sunday May 13th Mrs Geo Watson Mrs H Berry at the home of the brides father Texas aged 85 years the F F V Limited will leave Notice The deceased was the oldest Cincinnati dailv at Miss Adele Drane Mrs Proehl Mr Dan Callahan on Arlington 1220 noon Frankfort Ky May 25 1894 Mrs Tom Todd Mrs Chas Furr Heights Rev Father E J Don- - child of the late John Lewis of arriving at Washington at 740 a Langonllen this county and was m Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ Examinations of applicants for Mrs I T West Mrs S P ley officiating an aunt of Messrs W J and W delphia 1120 a m and New positions as teachers in the rub Mrs Chamberlain Browder IJecture at Alton The train will lie Schools of city of Frankfort H Lewis of Woodlake and of York 140 p m Miss Alma Scho Mrs Hayes consist of Composite Car Elegant will be held in white school build Rev B W Spilman of North the editor of the Roundabout field Miss Una Marshall Miss M Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ ing beginning at a in on June 9 Carolina will deliver his lecture partment Dining Car Pullman 18 and continuing three days Mrs McGrew Mrs Campbell Mary the infant Roberts Laugh and Grow Fat at the daughter of MrWm Roberts ditd Sleeping Cars of the latest and All applications must be in the Bob Taylor Mrs R Pepper Mrs Geo B Salender Mrs John Lind Public Httll in Alton on Saturday at the home of her parents on Shel Â¬ most improved design and an handwriting of the applicant ad- Â¬ Observation Car Emphasis is sey Mrs Howe Watson Mrs evening June 2dsfor the benefit by street Tuesday morning after especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ dressed to the Secretary of the Board of Education city of Szymanski Mrs Selbertr Mrs of Evergreen Baptist Church this an illness of several days with tion Car Built by the Pullman Frankfort filed on or before Mon- Â¬ Reed Mrs Kittie Dryden Mrs county Mr Spilman is highly pneumonia by Company from Chesapeake and day June 18 1894 superinduced Applicants Sower Mrs Lucy Connor spoken of as a lecturer and if you whooping cough The funeral Ohio plans the F F V Obser- for positions in the colored school Jim Mrs Bertha Ahler Mrs LaFon wish to enjoy a nice drive and an took place Wednesday afternoon vation Cars serve their purpose to be made in the same manner better than any others that have and an examination will be held taine Mrs Henry Ellwanger Mrs evening of genuine pleasure it Wilson The remains of Dr J ever been constructed at the same time in the same Rev W Thos Hutchinson Mrs Lewis will pay you to attend As the F F V Limited is the building J Wilson for many years a dent Â¬ Finnell Mrs Henry Ringold L Pickard pastor of the Broad Â¬ ist in this city who died at Perry only train having n Observation By order of Board of Education U V Williams President Mrs I DaviS Mrs Jos Schroff way Baptist Church Louisville ville several years ago were re Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and says G T Blackley Secretary Mrs V Mrs M Berberich moved to this city on Tuesday Ohio Ry alone has scenery inter White Board of Examiners The lecture by Rev R W and interred in the cemetery Busam Mrs Louis Weitzel Mrs esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ McHenry Rhoads U VWilliams on Laugh and Grow Jerome Weitzel Mrs Schneidejr Spilman one of the servation Car The F F V Limited G T Blackley Fat is best that I have is the only train running through Mrs Will Nickles Mrs Joe Burk heard Birth Colored Board of Examiners It is very instructive It from Cincinnati to New York that McHenry Rhoads W H Mayo hardt Mrs Emil Haldi Mrs sparkles with humor and fhshes Gober In thisvcity on Friday enables the business men to trans- - U V Williams G T Blackley Will Lutkemeier Mrs J J with wit It is a happy combi- Â¬ M act business in Cincinnati one day May 1 8 1894 to Dr E Cjuinn Mrs Peter Sower Mrs nation of the elements that go to and New York the next It is No more profitable nor safe in- Â¬ wife a son H Gobber Mrs Chas Feather make a lecture thoroughly enjoy- Â¬ Gober and the only train for Jersey City Coast able who hear it will have vestment can be found than stock resorts which arc reached by the in stone Miss Jennie Gaines Miss an hourTlose Cook Wanted the Commercial Building Asso- Â¬ of good time F F V at dinner time instead of Rebecca Averill Mrs Lulie ciation It is the only She Committed Suicide Mr Grant Green of the Farm in the evening Morse Mrs Grant Roberts Mrs train that enables business men to 15 John Cox Mrs John Crutcher Mrs F 0 Cone at Paris loft this ers ink wishes to hire a good transact business in Cincinnati one Mrs Duvall Mrs Dabney Todd letter My husband Forgive me if I and reliable cook day ai d reach Washington for cause you trouble but I suffer so breakfast the next morning It is Miss Laura Bailey Mrs N I You do not know what those long the most desirable train for New wakeful wretched nights are to me McDaniel Mrs Hampton Mrs Awarded and I am bo tired darling the pain hollow-chest- ed Smith Mrs Jim Brawner Mrs C will never be better It is not easy to Highest Honors Worlds Fair Englandin resorts connections being who are thin made the Union Depot in or growing too fast are my own life vbut I Brawner Miss Maggie Lewis Mrs take so long Goodbye myhave been with the Colonial Washington sick husband made Strong Robust and Jane Lewis Mrs Thompson Mrs I love you your wife This iB one Express running through to Boston Healthy by that which reaches New Haven 410 p McEnnis Mrs Robt Nickles Mrs of the thousands Miles giveB up in stead of using Dr Restorative m New London 530 p m Power Miss Emma Rossell Nervine and being speedily cured of Ed theirwretohedness Goto J WGaylo Providence 7 5 p m and Boston Miss Emma Conway Miss Mary and get an elegant book and trial The F F V is the 830 vp m 6 Mrs Pat McDonald bottle free Page only modern train lighted through- Â¬ M H Mrs P Williams Iicaguo of Republican Clubs out with Electricity carrying a Dining Car and an Observation Mrs Mary Scott Mrs Bettie Convention Brown Mrs Lettie Garrard Mrs Car the Cream of God liver Oil The Kentucky Midland Railway Kittie Holmes Mrs J M Todd The Washington and Atlantic It contains material for mak Â¬ Mrs Buford Hendricks Mrs Jas will sell tickets to Frankfort and Express also an Electric Lighted ing healthy Flesh and Bones Saffell Mrs Jas Graham fare for the round Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Mrs return at one Cures Coughs Colds and nati at 700 p in reaching WashRichard McClure Mrs Landon trip on May 30th and 31st good Weak Lungs Physicians the Mrs Geo Thomas ington 240 p m and Old Point Account Darsie to return until June 3d MOST PERFECT MADE world over endorse it l Â¬ Miss Laura Starling EveryConnection Messrs of the above convention Comfort 600 p m Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder H G Banta Will Pence Henry body invited Dont be deceived by Substitutes from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant is made at Washington with the C D Bercaw G P A Craik and Wayland Graham Boston Express or the Limited Preprd by Scott Down N Y All DniggUU YEARS THB STANDARD 40 650 M A SELBERT FRANKFORT 4 - Â¬ STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES Gayle Co LeCompte South Side Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Children DRr vwcet CREAM 1 Scotts Emulsion BAKING PWVDHt Â¬ If y v I IH I vapQ - w TT 4 4 W L COPPERSMITH IFOIK TXaiEl WILL GIVE YOU SOME BARGAINS IN The Jeweler r Solid Gold Gold filled ETZEO FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT Entered atthe post offlce at FrankfortKentucky as second class mailable matter The best and individual attention given to my repair department as I dont intend to let thiB part of my business go neglected l AJ A3 TH1ETT JD ASZTS toTHK Silver Watches MONKOJE j the damp weather causing rust to ST JOHNS DAY r P set in Extensive Preparations for a The novel sight of a snow storm Gieat Masonic Celebration on the twentieth of May brought at Louisville GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub many persons out of bed an hour The Masonic Bodies of Louis or so earlier than usual to see it MAY 26 1894 FRANKFORT ville have arranged for an entertainment at the Auditorium June Badly Needed W C P Breckinridge 25 for the benefit of the Masonic The fire engine house is being Widows and Orphans Home Will speak at the court house thoroughly overhauled and re- Â¬ The grand scenic and pyrotechnic in Frankfort at 2 oclock p m paired a much needed improv spectacle Americus will be given td June 4 One Thbusand Dollars in gold ment as the house was in an almost will be distributed among those DEATII OF MISS EliliEN tumble down condition The holders of tickets who guess nearOBRIEN joists of the ground floor had est to the temperature between Horribly Burned While Alone in rotted off entirely and were lying June 24 and July 4 both inclusive Her Room on the ground the upper floor The largest present is 300 and the smallest o The tickets co It sunken out of position the rear wall fifty cents each Full descriptive Miss Ellen OBrien formerly of falling down in places the plaster- circulars will be sent on applicawith a terrible of this city met ing off all over the house and the tion to the Masonic Widows and Tennessee death at Knoxville place generally in such a bad con- Orphans Home Louisville Ky She was an several weeks ago m dition that a stroke of the bell on Dr S F Scott Blue Ridge Harri attendant at the Lunatic Asylum the tower shook it from one end son county Mo says For whooping in that place and was found in her cough Chamberlains Cough Remedy to the other is excellent By using it freely the room at night so badly burned disease is deprived of all dangerous that death ensued in two hours consequences There is no danger in Bid Fairly Well giving the Remedy to babies as it She was alone at the time and it contains nothing injurious 25 50 The strawberry festival given by cent bottles for sale by P Hand is not known how the accident ocCar penter South Side druggist curred but it is supposed that a the ladies of the First Presbyterian lantern she had in her hand was Church Tuesday evening was not They Want Names turned up too high and set fire to as great a success as their enterher clothing A note from the tainments usually are owing to of The Russell Art Publishing Co 928 Arch street Philadelphia Dr Campbell the cool and inclement weather desire the names and addresses of Superintendent says she was a valuable attendant However they cleared about one a few people in every town who and her death was a great shock hundred dollars which is not so are interested in works of art and to secure them they offer to send to all of the inmates of the in- bad m free Cupid Guides the Boat a stitution where she was a great Failed to Get There superbly executed water colored PATENT Stoneware LINED AND V Â¬ Â¬ HraHfin nOnM r illBill J awafifii2f YJr fw Mft Hflfl taLH 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IHhBIH FOR Tne Risaka Charcoal Filled Â¬ Refrigerators SALE BY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ YOU WANT TO GET inventory I3ST03ST Â¬ raL h x picture size 10 x 13 inches suit- Â¬ able for framing and sixteen other pictures about the same size in colors to any one sending Our disclosing too much UPHOL Â¬ them at once the names and ad- Â¬ STERED FURNITURE dresses of ten persons admirers of Â¬ e i nne pictures rogetner witn six We will offer two cent stamps to cover expense of mailing etc The n gular price of these pictures is Si 00 but they can all be secured free by any per- Â¬ Mans Inhumanity to Himself son forwarding the names and Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor stamps promptly x c Come while Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas The most Inhuman outrages outrages which Note The editor of this paper theassortment is unbroken would disgrace the savage man perpetrates Knoxville where she had been upon his own system by swallowing drastic has already received copies of his stomach above pictures and considers them convulse purgatives which about twelve years agonize his Intestines and weaken his system During all the years of her ab- Many people constantly do this under the Im really Gems of Art pression sence from this city she retained violent In that medicaments only which areÂ¬ A Card their action and particularly ca a lively interest in her old home thartics are of any avail Irreparable Injury Having leased the property of to health Is wrought under this mistaken and the friends she left here ldta The laxative which most nearly ap Â¬ the Capital Brewery Company I proaches the benttlcent action of nature Is Her death will be a great shock to Uostetters Stomach Invigorateswhich Is painless have concluded to continue in Bitters but thorough and the Intestinal those who knew her when as a canal Instead of weakening and Irritating it operation only the ice machine The liver and stomuoh share In the benign of the plant I am prepared kind hearted jolly good natured discipline Instituted by this comprehensive part whose healthful medicine influence Is felt to deliver ice to the citizens of throughout the sjstein Malarious rheumatic kid girl she dwelt in our midst in manufactured Frankfort ney and nervous complaints succumb to It Frankfort and in any quantity de- Â¬ Iitttc Snow Send Your Flowers sired and at the lowest possible price As my machine is a Frank After continued warm weather Those of our country friends tort enterprise employing only for several weeks it turned consid- Â¬ who have flowers to donate for the Frankfort peopje I respectfully man lots will sell erably cooler on Friday afternoon Federal Decoration on next Wed- Â¬ ask a liberal share of the patro- Â¬ for 45 on nesday the inst will please of last week and early that night send them 30ththe United States nage I will manufacture ice from a you to Thanking a cold ram Degan tailing wnicn Court House early next Wednes- Â¬ pure distilled water get a sample the citizens of Frankfort for their call changed to snow about midnight day morning in order that they liberal patronage heretofore given The flakes came down fast and may be made into designs me and asking a continuance of Mrs V Berberich same I am respectfully heavy for a few minutes but melted Pres Womens Relief Corps N I McDaniel 35 tf Rain almost as soon as they fell then set in and continued all day Bucklen8 Arnica Salve Contracts Awarded Saturday and Saturday night but O-O TO- Messrs Ellwanger Bros were The best salve in the world for Outs about 4 oclock Sunday morning it Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Bruises again changed to snow which con- Â¬ awarded the contract on Tuesday Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands for furnishing supplies at the Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup tinued until Jthe house tops were tions and positively cures Files or Custom House and Mr W H no pay required It is guaranteed to covered nearly an inch deep The or money refunded Averill was also awarded the give satisfaction per box For sale by Price 25 cents flakes came downabout the size of 8 ly for druggists sundries Phil Oabpentee a half dollar and adhered so contract j closely to the leaves on the trees A Household Treasure For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ dence on Main street opposite the as to weightjdown thejboughs near D W Fuller of Canajoharie N Y Presbyterian Church ly to the ground says that ho always keep Dr Kings Mrs W B Rodman Much of the wheat and other New Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best standing grain was bent down and results follow Its use that he would For Sale A combination hay absolutely Whiskies Bran Â¬ be without in many instances broken and not Q A Dykeman it if procura- rake and stacker Apply to vVm dies Druggist Oatsfor medicinal and family use ble 37 tf Four-year-ol- d vegetables were laid flat Cucum- Â¬ skill N Y says that Dr Kings Now Cromwell 2 Anderson Go the best bers and otherjtender plants were Discovery is undoutedbly used it in Many Persons nro broken gallon Older goods cough remedy that he has or household cares killed and manyj wheat crops his family for eight years and it has dorm from overworkBitters Rebuilds the same low Browns Iron failed to do all that is claimed system aids digestion removes excess of bile never ruined as thefstalks were mashed for it Why not try a remedy so long and cures malaria Get the genuine free so flat that they failed to raise tried and tested Trial bottles afMA of T TJ ry ATi3xvjmVTla 7tiirv Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder a rlii fliA cum Lnnmt nut ngum nnA xveguiar i rn i an u j wHi orrnin A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder May 2G 6m vuwi tv sizes ouceniH favorite The deceased was a native cf Ireland but came to this city when a girl and was for many years an employe at the Capital Hotel and later at the Feebleminded Institute then removed to Louisville from which place she went to Little Rock Arkansas and entered the Lunatic Asylum as an attendant remaining there several years she then removed to Mr D C Hardin clerk of the Railroad Commission in this city who was a candidate for the Dem- Â¬ ocratic nomination for County Clerk of his home county Nelson was defeated in the primary election on Saturday much to the regret of his many friends here THIS OFFER at 1 RRDUGED PRIGE8 R ROGERS until further notice greatly Â¬ Â¬ SON KENTUCKY TOBACCO Â¬ Crockers Honest Fertilizers - 1 in ton to any reliable I per ton eight months time with note without interest If dont want ton order and G L- - HKNNEN -- M Â¬ JOHN DRISCOLL TIKE- v JWi 3i as Â¬ LJQUOfi MEfiCHMT c pure per Wines Whisky at the l Jfi Â¬ For rate 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square V smimi if 1 1 j tfuw ut V anui jr jHl ytVi 7 AiLiAivtteAAiafc vo r 1 QUBUI3UlQi2UUUUJU-4kHUUW-t3Uk14UU-t- MMWIMMMMM---MMaBM- E C I24 i2UUUmiiaaU3JaEUl2aEaEytilUIJl We make all kinds of cici ca uu we maKe an 11 no iaa iaa CiaKnRnBnisnisanaBaBaRapsncianarssiBiacjiarnGiri Q -- YEHICLES PAINTING ntrAnNol QiiuiQiQ2ysiii3Quacuiuiucai2yuiu na ggi cn caGanacarjacanacanariacacacanaRacanana E BaBaBUBUBacaBaBUEaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBU iMuifli i nana -- w-- na uu i gs maae en BU cat i ca i ea RC1 ca rua ca ca wa ca uu 3U Of all hinds of Vehicles done with a force of 25 experienced and skilled mechanics in a regularly and Bi caca COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern cm appliances for doing the worK m first class manner Send in your worK Terms very reasonable BU cai UE T THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRICES BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE GaGaBocacacapsacaisaRiacaRacanacaciaRiana m BQ caBiuaBQ2aciaci3aa3acajauici2acaij Ssi FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY BaiataBacacaBaBaBucmaia5caBatUBaBa3a ca car na BUY OF US eh ca ca Ca G3 ca au riai ca ca ua ca DO ca cacacacacacacacacacacacacncacanacaoa133 aw m- - IMPLEMENTS ca cu AND EXTRAS FOR SAME ca ca Binders Rakes wbwwij wwb wy THRESHERS AND CLOVER HULLERS Da I na -- A a m W BHuiHaajaHUEHBiuBHiiHi3uiauouH FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MAY 26 1894 ca i2aEaBaiiii3uuiiauaEaHiiai23iaaEU Itev George Darsie ca ca m i THE COMMONWEAIVERS Came Alio at and liCft Afoot Gen Jennings detachment Army arrived here Sunday afternoon on the Steamer Little Sandy having been loaded on the boat by the authorities of Madison Indiana and shipped up the river The boat landed them on the Sandbar in the lower end of town backed out and steamed of Coxeys v The State Convention of the Christian Endeavor Society met OF CINCINNATI O will be at the in Hopkinsville yesterday and is still in session The Independent PECOBlTZS of that city issued a large Con- Â¬ IN LEXINGTON KY vention Supplement Saturday con- Â¬ taining the programme of the Saturday May 28 1894 meeting with short biographical Saturday June 9 1804 sketches of the prominent work-Â¬ HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surglcs ers in the Endeavor movement operation un d with little or no pain who were expected to be present REEEBENCES W and from it we clip the following J AMcKeoJIardle Frankfort Ky Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Leach Frankfort notice of one of the most deserved- Â¬ J T Staten Frunkfort Ky Ky V Berberlch Frankfort Ky ly popular pastors in this city Rev L P Hulettr Benson Ky DR W I KELLEY Gas for Cookinq Purposes w -- HOTEL 23BiBrt-K gr3pMjHy ijwiipih down stream The detachment consisted of three companies of the First Indiana Regiment of the Commonweal Army under command of Gen Jennings and Col Adams numbering sixty men rank and file The men were comfortably clad although dirty and travel Â¬ Â¬ m life1 rata fflSffl m IW Ti stained and had morethe appearance of laborers and mechanics rather than ordinary tramps Shortly after landing a com- Â¬ mittee waited upon the Mayor and wanted to know what the city could do for them in the way of They were food and lodging told by His Honor that they were nothing but tramps enemies to society and outlawed but if they would agree to leave town by ten oclock the next morning the city would furnish them two meals consisting of bread meat and and coffee which was agreed to They were housed and fed in a vacant house on North Wilkinson strec j and according to promise left the next day the main body going outfto the Forks of Elkhorn where they went into camp and remained unjtil Tuesday when tney started on Cfoe march for Cincin- Â¬ nati via Georgetown They want to go to Washington but discov- Â¬ ered when they Reached here that they were getting too far South Mr Ballard a pointer from In- Â¬ dianapolis who vasa private in the command made a speech at the Court House Monday night explaining the object oif the move- Â¬ ment but failed to secure any recruits The command lost tkvo men while here one deserting and re- Â¬ turning to his home in Cincinnati and another a plasterer accepting a job with one of our contractors Adams who is Colonel pf the m regiment was a soldier in thfe late Josiali Allens Wife war and served four yearls in The famous authoress of My Opin Captain Jacksons Company lfc of ions and Betsy Bobbetts states from colds her Fourth Kentucky Infantry that she owes good freedom during tho the health and general Speed S winter season to tho ubo of Dr Hales commanded by Gen re which Household Fry at the beginning of the war gards as theOintment modioinoshe tho greatest of age Old Dr Halo having been her and later by Col R M Kelly physician years ago gives hor great confidence in all of Dr Hales House Â¬ Dr Prices Cream pairing Powder hold remedies the best in the world k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ George Darsie of Frankfort Ky is one of the most popular and prominent ministers in the Disciples church He is widely known not only among the con- Â¬ gregations of his 6wn church but among other religious people hav- Â¬ ing always been characterized by his spirit of broad sympathy with all good causes and interest in every phase of social and religious progress He has been a most efficient pastor as well as an -- eloquent speaker and the congregation at Frankfort of which he has- been pastor for now nearly twenty years is famous among the churches of its faith for effective work im all departments of religious activity for prompt and generous support of every good cause and for spir t Mr Darsies talent for ual life public speaking has caused him to figure more constantly perhaps than any other man of his age among the ministers of the Disciples on public occasions for convention addresses committee work etc and he also stands very high as a writer having always been a contributor to the periodi- Â¬ For cal literature of his church a number of years he has conduct- Â¬ ed one of the editorial departments of the Christian Guide one of the leading papers of the Disciples church and Darsies Page in the Guide has long been one of the most noted journalistic features of the literature of this paper Mr Darsie has always been an ardent friend and supporter of the Christian Endeavor work from its beginning and has figured promi- Â¬ He is a nently in its councils speaker of unusual attractions bright pointed incisive driving his points home with power and with a peculiar pleasant good natured style of his own but all this without any approach to the vulgarity and slang of the sensationalist Mr Darsie is a well read cultured and educated man full of life and vigor and his participation will certainly be one of the attractive features of the occasion A H McCluce Frankfort V Jas David Moore Benson Ky M Wlthrow Frunkfott Ky J UugheFrankfort Ky Ky rr BflHSlFjHBfty V DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases and the mode of treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati 0 CONSULTATION FREE DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 269 West Eighth streetClnclnnutl iiud where he may be found every day of each week except ATU R s NOTICE come forivunl and settle with me Immediately and nil persons having claims nulnst the estate will presentthem to me property proven before B 8T0NE the nrst day of June April 7 2m Admr S L Tl om sson TO THE ESTATE ALL PERSONSINDEBTED hereby notltiedlto S L Thomasson are v NOTICE The Capital Gas and Electric Light Co de siring to have an exhibition of the superiority of its gas as a fuel for cooking stoves offers to the ladies using their gas as fuel for cooking the following competative premiums for cakes baked upon a gas stove using its gas as fuel viz For the best White Cake the sum of For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of For the 3d best White Cake the sum of S3 Â¬ Vfc -- Warn vOlitVW- HftWEPP 1 Sent 23 ilk Zd2yBiv B8SR SQSv 4 5 tf 60 The contest to be had and the premiumsSto be awarded on WEDNESDAY JULY - 3 - 48 suring absolute fairness in the contest E C HATHWAY Superintendent 20 L5 0 by a committee of disinterested jladies after a a plan to be by such committe prescribed in Â¬ No local dealer can compete with us Wall We can save you in variety or price our new designs and colorings are handsomer than ever before THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDNT USE per cent on every roll of oaoer vou buv finr1 In fsnt tmnAv postage on large pack age of samples Match borders and ceilings Paper CO The HEGAN WALL PAPER Inoorpor ta DeclG ly SAPOLIO KY Now is the time to plant 848 Fourth Avo LOUISVILLE KY inni10 in WIO McKEE HARDIE HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT H a MATTERS TX3CB- - Plmiiiiilifir 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT G SLrden WMoKEE HARDIE Jan 2Mt --- LANDRETH3 On hand and will ask you to give usJa call --- We have a new and complete stock of World rir nignest mcMi ana uipioni Sold fey PH Oarpenter tl O C L GAYLE ftttli ViS AT yt 3AJ 1 i if 6 P li 1 MASTIN Hi -- BROTHERS the agency and will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H H Bab cock II A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Co Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdsell Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddnrd Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Hay Rakos A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc -- I i Wo have secured 3 v d H A a -- come 3c 3 ivinsr sarooiKi t - r MASTIN BROTH V IS W A tf - REIilGIOUS Â¬ SHOOTING AT SPRING IIIIiI All Here Quite a number of politicians were in the city yesterday dran here by the meeting of the DemIf ocratic District Committee one is to judge of the influence of Â¬ L B MARSHALL GAINES Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay- John Snider Attempts to Assn stimte B D OITortl lor the pastor preaches at 11 a m and 730 p m to morrow as usual Sunday school in the Ohapel at 930 Yesterday morning John Snider who lives with- his - L 6 MARSHALL HO a m brother-in-la- w Andy Brrwn the night watchman Oatholio Jhurgh Rev Father Hill Distillery of 33 J Donley will conduct the ser at the Spring Shep Messrs John Cochran Co near vices at Church of the Good herd to morrow this city went into the warehouse Low mass at 8 a m High mass at of the distillery and got into a row 10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m Â¬ some of these visiting statesmen by the size of badges they wore Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit they must be able to swing the share of the insurance patronage Real estate bought sold or leased a whole district around by the tail A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times although unknown to fame Real Estate and Insurance Ags OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET Church Rev W B Cooper preaches at 11 a m No night Christian service Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ tian Endeavor in the lecture room at 1350 Episcopal Church The usual services to morrow will be conducted IbyRev R L McOready the rector 3reaching at 11 and 730 ZRev occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 The Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at 645 p m You are invited To morrow will be observed as Childrens Day Anniversary A special programme used by the entire Methodist Church will be carried out at the morning service and in the evening the pastor Rev H G Henderson will preach a sermon to the young people Sunday school meets at 030 a m The Epworth League will convene Su the class room at 7 oclock B Clay Lilly the pastor occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 First Presbyterian Church J McOlusky Blayney D D will Methodist Church Southern Presbyterian Church Hev will Delegates to the State League fcljft T J We Will Save SPEND YOUR OUTING ON THE GKEAT Your Hair LAKES Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It will only cost you about 1250 from De troit j 15 f romToledo 18 from Cleveland for tho round trip including meals and F M Scofield VVm Jenkins berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel Wright Chas Weitzel N I Mc ing on tho D C floating palaces Tho Daniel James Sower C A Nelattractions of a trip to tho Mackinac region aro unsurpassed Tho island itself Is u son H J Hyde H G Banta grand romantic spot its climate most in Â¬ Keep Your Lewis Finnell for sometime N Crutcher vigorating Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for tho Graves Hancock S S Shepherd Quarter Postponed upper lako route costing 300000 each M P Gray John W Milam T They aro equipped with every modern Lose Your Hair J Todd T R Todd Chas Herd convenience bath - rooms The all day picnic which it was ft w llltlmlnjitnrlannunciators Vr AlAintr Hirnnrrlirmf John L Scott jr Ed Drane imvuguuuu J lillll twit jr Sod by All Richard Morris W H Sneed 1 announced would be given at and aro guaranteed to bo the grandest and safest steamers Thorn Hill Park to day has been largest steamers favorably on fresh water Druggists T West J W Gayle These compare with will be a meeting of the postponed until next Saturday tho great ocean liners in construction and feb 10 ly There THADE MAllK speed Four trips per week between owing to the wet and cojd weather Toledo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St several Committees at Sower jrciosKoy two MarAhlers Hall on Tuesday evening continuing so close up to the time ignace and Duluth umcago between Clove Â¬ 1Miles Nerve and Liver Fills quette Daily at 730 at which time all arrange- Â¬ that it was impossible to have it land and Detroit Daily uetween Clove and The cabins parlors But to day land staterooms of these steamers aro de Â¬ Aot on a new prinoiple regulating ments will be completed and re- Â¬ properly advertised and the stomach and bowels though ported to the Executive Com- Â¬ week Mr Marshall will have a signed for tho complete entertainment of the liver nerves A new discovery Dr humanity under homo conditions tho Â¬ This will be the final first class programme arranged so atial equipment tho luxury of tho pal Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness Â¬ mittee ap bad taste torpid liver piles constipa pointments makes traveling on theso meeting of the Committee before thatjja day of unalloyed pleasure steamers men women and Send for tion Splendid for thoroughly enjoyable Smallest the Convention and it is hoped can be enjoyed in his park upon Illustrated descriptive pamphlet Address children for 25 cents mildest surest Samples free at 50 doses A A Bcn ANTZ G P T A D everyone will be present the hill J W GaylesFrankfort Ky 45 ly Detroit Mich Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Garfield Club met at their Iheadquarters last night and elected the following delegates to the State Convention of Republican League Clubs which is to be held in this city next Thursday V Berberich A B Hammond Geo W Reock Thos J Hutchinson W H Van Winkle J H Bailey C C Furr R L Grin stead Alex Inries B C Milam James Saffell Geo A Lewis C D Bercaw J U Weitzel jr S R Smith T P Rogers John W Â¬ Both tho method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation remedy of it3 kind- - ever pro only duced pleasing to the taste and ac eeptuble to the stomach prompt jn its action and truly beneficial m itt effects prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend il to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and SI bottles by all leading drug A PRIMARY ELECTION gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro And September 15tli The Day cure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to The District Democratic Com- Â¬ substitute try it mittee met in this city yesterday CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL for the purpose of fixing the time LOUISVILLE NEW YORK NY M and manner of nominating a can- Â¬ didate for Congressman from this Fine Farm for Rent district andatter being in session Â¬ the ware- Â¬ houseman who looks after the cooperage and was ordered to leave Snider went not of the house cursing Offord and threaten- Â¬ ed to kill him before night He then went off armed himself and returned to the old saw mill just above the distillery wh ere he lay in wait until Offord passed by on his way to dinner when he step- Â¬ ped out and opened fire upon him with a revolver He fired five shots one of which struck Offord in the right side ranged around and was afterwards cut out of the middle of his back Offord had borrowed a small pistol thinking perhaps Snider might carry out his threat with which he returned the fire striking Snider in the left arm and inflicting a slignt wound It is not known how serious Offords wound is but it is hoped will not prove fatal Snider has not been arrested at the time we go to press Offord with Mr B D Jfrns 03NTE FOR SALE TWO is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OFGR00MS Lewis street with lot W by 106 feet This Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated capital moderate price OF THE BEST BUSINESS ESTABLISH city consisting of good clean stock of Roods and a well established profitable trade This Is a One opportunity for a man with FOR SALE mentslnthe FORRENT STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEVKN on Cross street near Conway This Is very desirable property and will be rented at a TWO FOR SALE ENJOYS PTANS grade of early cabbage and tomato plants Sweet potato pepper celery and other plants In season Plants are on sale by Ellwanger Bros James Heeney and J M Banta I AM NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY A FINE TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conway This proper Â¬ ty has a very good lot is in an excellent neighbor Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low figure A Â¬ FOR SALE STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This Is good property and lsotTered at n bargain FOR SALE FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of tj rooms 2 tenement houses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of the Improvements Including the fencing on this property are new and In first class condition This farm has a quantity of fine tobacco land and would also make a first class stock farm It also 1ms a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other i A TWO FOR SALE 210 Lo A FINE FARM OFfrom ACRES la FINELY good Frankfort on a cated 8 miles upon which there a brick resiturnpike Â¬ fruit Â¬ road dence of 5 rooms a tenement of four rooms and allotber necessary Improvements This land Is uF 7 ROOMS ON HOLMES In a high state of cultivation the Improvements RESIDENCE property has u lot C7 by 160 feet are In fine condition and In order to make a and Is well located quick sale will be offered at a bargain FOR SA LE FOR RENT Â¬ FOR SALE A ACRES WITH 2 RESIDENCES A FARM OF 60 necessary Improvements two FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON and other Conway street South Side This property Is In miles from Frankfort This property Is all In grass und would iriake an excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent It at Garden farm siDpermontn i i S L B MARSHALL Dandruff Kills The Hair Have You Dandruff P Have You a QuarterP Give us the Quar- RCHOATE Formerly of Wakefield Clioate CO L H FINNELL several hours finally ordered a primary election to be held on Saturday the 15th of September This gives the three candidates for the nomination more than three months in which to see the boys and jaw each other on the raging stump and the probabilities are that the warm weather will be made a great deal hotter by the boiling of the political pot which has been sizzing and sputtering DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING dTY on the Georgetown pike containing 260 ncres large residence tobucco barn and THE Splendid dairy and tobacco farm stables Possession given March 1st 1894 For particu apply to lars FRANK CHINN July22 tf Frankfort Kv Â¬ ow VLmOr ANto MILL m TAT HOGSEIEAp PURCHASED Congleton Bros DOORS SASH FACTORY OL1 THE PLANING MILL HAVINGtobacco hogshead factory of Messrs I am prepared to furnish i BLINDS -- uuv n SHINGLES TURNED WORK STAIR WORK IfRAMES ANDALL KINDS O- F- as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half bloclcs from Post Ofllce on river front A share of public nutronage s solicited Finish For a Houa 2 t CHOATEFINNELL Septj ly Orchard 1 Lawn Put-in-Ba- y GARDEN TilpLL STOCK QF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL asparagus small fruits X1 trees grape vines shrubs and every thing usually found in a nursery We sell direct to the planter establishment and have no agents Catalogues on application It a ItlLLKNMKYER a r MarNWni Lexington Kv 1 AtoWJ u w jtv k3 IAMiTU itt kkxt V SMiMi - 4 t vafedfc v 1 2 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Willfams Paints Lead Oils and Colors Iroh and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows J Barbedand Plain Wire Varnish and Brushes Blacksmiths Material Mill Supplies Sash and Door Rubber Cloth Sole and Harness Leather Rubber Hose Whips and Glass Lime and Cement Rims Spokes and Wheels Hoes Forks and Rakes Rock and Barrel Salt Rope and Twirieof all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot arid Shells Shovels and Picks Sewer and Flue Pipe in need of them On the above and hundreds of other articles we are making unusually low prices Do not fail to call when m Cor Main and Lewis Streets PROM f C A M A V n t J h l f newspaper men record the fact of his presence in the plate he passes through with date c and these books Will be the evi- aence ot nis penorming nis contract faithfully when he arrives at the end of his journey He visits the chief executive of each State he passes through if not too far off register his route and has them him as he calls it He called upon Gov Flower and Lieutenant Governor Shehan at Albany New York and has their autographs was the guest of Gov McKinley at Columbus Ohio and has his autograph and photograph and his visit here which is out of his Â¬ Â¬ when he left London and has only had 173 since he came to this He will receive no country money but of course is glad to receive clothing food and lodging He had with him when he left London a Scotchman an Irish England During his stay in Boston he Hamilton Ohio while riding in a made a contract with a publishing folding canvass boat which was house to furnish the manuscript presented to him at Miamisburg of a book he is writing while go being run down by a steamer and ing through this country as a having to dive under the craft to tramp for which he is to receive save his life Notwithstanding 6000 thus carrying out that part his hard life he is enjoying good of the agreement to earn 5000 health and thinks he will reach the He is but 37 while on the trip end of his journey without serious years of age having arrived here inconvenience as his service in the day after his birthday but has Egypt accustomed him to a warm seen more of the world and rough climate service than most any man of his Upon reaching Monterey he is years in the country to send out postal cards to various Vyvyan Grey is a name as- points announcing his safe arrival sumed to hide his identity vas his there and has promised to include real name which is to be given the friends he made in Frankfort way was to call upon Gov Brown upon his arrival at Monterey is in the list He has until the 17th He took no money with him well known all over the world of March 1895 in which to return His return trip will be made in to London Â¬ TO MEXI Â¬ man and two dogs for companions CO but the men and one dog broke The Prince of Tramps In Our down at Elmyra New York and Midst he left them behind The other dog was worn out when he arMr Vyvyan Grey an English rived at Columbus Ohio and he newspaper correspondent who is left him with the Chief of Police making the trip from London in that city who is to take care of England to Monterey Mexico it until his return as he prizes the upon a wager that he could make animal very highly it having been the journey without money ar- Â¬ presented to him by General rived in the city Thursday after- Â¬ Lord Wolsley He now has noon at 120 spent the afternoon with him an Englishman by the and night here and left yesterday name of Ware Jie picked up in morning for Somerset to which Pittsburg On the road he ingra point he directed his mail for- Â¬ tiated himself into the confidence warded going by way of Lex- Â¬ of professional tramps he met and ington learned all the signs they leave up- Â¬ The trip is really a test of on the roadside or upon houses as Mr so that he ran tell as soon as he American hospitality INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a Grey was attending a press ban- approaches a house how he will be package of McCLURES FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and quet in London at which the received and knew in this way to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOL- Â¬ visit of a Cincinnati newspaper before coming into our city that LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest correspondent recently made to it was a tough place for profession- Â¬ THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash England during which he tramped al tramps All to be grown from our seed We have a large and complete stock of all over the island and lived well it H Mr Grey has had quite an without spending a cent of money eventful career as he has been a was being discussed when the re- Â¬ traveling correspondent since he For spring and summer wear and prices to suit the times mark was made- that the same thing left school at Oxford and has could not be done in America MoCLTTHE in England more than contended that it could never been Mr Grey month at a time since then exbe accomplished and offered lo a Wm Gaertner T T Ransdell when sent home to recover R A White make the trial when two gentle- Â¬ cept He from wounds and exposure - ilv men present agreed to give him a piufCayff J3 iifLB war correspondents of was Mt It t H ll i6oo each if he would go from in one of the Soudan campaigns the both London to Boston thence down P iHHpHHH HHIHH between Russia and BNbPbh through the United States to in the war and War Monferej Mexico without Turkey the Ashantee Birmah Expedition and was money one of the conditions of the wounded in almost every one of the agreement being that he earn for which he draws an oqo on the trip He accepted them M iSvlfSu15 j of 100 from the maem m E the offer dnd on the 6th of last annual pension upon which he is employed February left London and tramped paper was cooped up in Plevna for to Liverpool where he shfpped on He four months while the town was board the steamer Cephalonia Russians in 1877 as a stoker The steamer left besieged by the was ar Liverpool on the 26th of Febru- and when it surrendered restied by the Russians as a ary and arrived at Boston on the spy and thrown into prison The WHITE RANSDELL CD Props 9th of March where he deserted his release MAIN consul secured ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY the ship remained in the city British parole which he violated two until the 17th of that month and on MARK YODR HOGSHEADS GREEN RIVER HOUSE days after went to Constantinople then started on his tramp through Returns Promptly Made Four Months Auction Sales Daily and saw the Russians enter that this country Storage Free of Charge city and then made his escape carries wnn mm dooks in tie Frankfort Farmers country returning to ESSTWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank National Louisville and Drovers Shelbyville Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens which he has city officials and from the 20 tf NGLAD 20 Â¬ i COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank I JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOXLE fRKCKlVKW GIVEN AWAY C 0 T0b 8 W R R THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUT niemDiUs Limitea ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS H K 1 MCLURE SON MEMPHIS South IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE VICKSBUEGr NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS Boot Shoe Hat and Book Dealers FEANKFOET and Southwest Ratei Tickets and all Information furnished bj7 Ticket Agent ot any Railway Co II not address Â¬ WE J McBREDE W Tr veling Pass Agent Louisville Ky- Kj General Passenger Agent Louisville T BLYNOH - Ii SODTH Lv Lexington Midway N TIME TABLE A M AM P MI PM a No 17 9K1 Nolo No 21 - B K Yarnallton 845 SOU Spring Station Frankfort Lugrange Pewee Val ey Anchorage At Louisville Â¬ Pleasurevllle Eminence Bagdad 1044 1115 1135 1144 1219 A M 917 925 960 550 1023 617 1032 634 707 733 715 812 P 641 165 212 227 235 300 333 349 357 425 448 456 520 615 636 650 720 B 67 7SL 90 813 838 855 06 935 I Waib NORTH Lv Louisville Anchorage Pewce Valley Lagrange M P M No 18 No20Na22 410 433 448 516 542 620 654 705 733 758 No 24 3H Eminence Pleasurevllle Frankfort Spring Station Midway Ar Lexington Bagdad 735 811 824 850 926 1020 1045 1055 1111 1130 9 SB 949 5r0 flu ---IS K 605 635 8 06 Yarnallton 1006 825 855 020 929 946 330 402 410 428 450 456 5K 535 55 621 GKXJ 640 8 Â¬ Green River Tobacco Warehouse No 24 wjll stop nt Anohorage and Christiansburg for passengers for Lexington nnd points beyond Nos 17 19 and 31 oonneot at Lngrango for Oinoinnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot at Anohorage for Bloomfield Branch Kentucky Midland Ry Shortest and quickest between CINCINNATI ASK AND FRANKFORT MIDLAND FOR TICKETS VIA KY Jan THAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDARD 1 TIME JOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 TIME TABLE APR I 1894 A If 1 WORMS TRAINS E AST Lv Frankfort Lv Summit Lv j No P V No 3 420 4 26 4 32 4 40 4 51 P M No 7 110 vermifuge 20 EVERY WHITES CREW FOR YEARS Has led all WORM Remedies BOTTLE RICH1BD80S HEUICIKK GUARANTEED1 8T L0C18 Lv Georgetown Lv C S Depot Lv Newtown Lv Centrevllle Lv Elizabeth Ar Parts Elkhorn LvSwltzer Lv Stamping Ground lv uuvail Lv Johnson - 700 706 11 100 B Rl 718 728 734 740 746 765 16 2U o a30 SOU BT AM DRUGGISTS Prepared k CO TRAINS WK8T Lv Parts Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar Ar ArUzabeth Muy 12 c B ly ArCentervllle Johnson Swltzer Newtown 0 S Depot Georgetown Duvall TAKERS BUCKEYE ArStamplngnround Elkhorn Summit Frankfort A A M I P No 2 No 4 No 8 INo12 905 tiuo 440 915 616 465 920 619 505 928 531 6i7 940 641 650 1037 645 747 1147 651 a00 G57 1163 aiO lioo 703 aso aco 713 730 1117 906 726 1123 915 1130 735 925 Hil 458 504 512 520 531 6S9 643 6C5 2 CO 2J 125 140 210 220 300 320 335 345 400 m I nio OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A B C N connects with L connects with Q ft C and connects with K C LS Cottage of 6 rooms ton will be given a magnificent best location best neighb rhood Splendid in South Frankfort reception by Gov Greenhalge garden Will rent furnished or He has had numerous amusing unfurnished on reasonable terms to experiences and one serious one good tenant Apply at this office as he came near being drowned at 39 tf Bos- Â¬ style and upon his arrival at For Rent known for IB years as the BEST REMEDY for PILES PrectnibyBICBABSSOH USD Muy 121 y SURE and CERTAIN CURE SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 900a in Arr Georgetown 1000 a m Lve Georgetown 1037 Arr Frankfort 1180 am The Kentucky Midland Railway and connec Â¬ SOLD MY ALT DRUGGISTS CO ST LOUIS tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agents C D BERCAW Gen Pans Agt E B WEITZEL City Ticket Agent GKOB HARPER Gen Supt tCJu AiM M Ltil y I 8 i Kv Tjald to Host remains of Col J C Bailey U S A who died near San Antonio Texas last week arrived here Sunday afternoon and after a simple service at the residence of his sister-in-laMrs VV T Scott on Wapping street Monday afternoon were conveyed to the cemetery and laid to rest an the Brown lot All of the physicians of the city attended in body and the following gentle- Â¬ men acted as honorary pall bearers V Messrs R W McRery E Hines L D Craig Gen D W w The CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORK In the lilfo Saving Stations Xiiglit Houses and Jjiglit Ships Id KT t of America United King Â¬ dom of Great Britain FOE TIE NEXT 10 DATS JK m and the British Provinces Ul Xindsey Judge Ira Julian Col H P Pepper Dr L M Maus Col L E Harvie Gen Fayette Hewitt Judge VV H Sneed Rev George Darsie Messrs Jas M Saffell E L Samuel H H Watson W H Averlll Frank Chinn and Jas M Todd The i active pall bearers were Messrs JNoble Lindsey W W Ely W J Chinn John W Cannon Frank Cannon Thos P Averill and R JP Pepper jr Quite a number of the friends of the deceased were present from Lexington and other places The Game To day The base ball game at Thorn Hill Park to day between the Frankforts and the Louisville Athletic Club team bids fair to be one of the best ever seen here The home boys will be strengthened by the addition of Meredyth of Pleasureville whose fine work has often been admired by the Jocal fans He will go to third base and Merchant will take Schwartzs place in the outfield The rest of the team will be placed as in the game with the Olympics Maloney and Brown being the battery and Mathews playing second The visitors whose players belong to the best society of Louisville will present as their battery Â¬ Â¬ Much interest has centered in the Christian Edeavor Work in Life Sav Â¬ ing Stations and the International Convention in Montreal Canada an advanced movement was made by adding the Light Houses and Light Ships to the work also including the United Kingdom of Great Britain in the field of operation Men were chosen to represent England Ireland Scotland and Wales on the Interna tional Committee which consists of representatives from every State and Providence whore life saving stations light houses and lightships are locat ed Rev S Edward Young Asbury Park N J is Chairman Rev- J Lester Wells 188 Grand street Jersey City N J is Secretary They de livered addresses at the Montreal Convention the former speaking of the spiritual wants and the latter of the intellectual and physical needs of the crews The life savers of the world are the bravest men and con Â¬ tinually hazard their lives for others they guard twenty thousand miles or more of dangerous coasts and have rescued more than a million people from shipwreck As the most of them are isolated from home and friends it is highly fitting that world Â¬ wide sympathy should be extended to them also to the men connected with the light houses and light ships upon whom vessels freighted with precious lives depend for safety Christian Endeavor Societies located near stations or light houses are recommendedto conduct appropriate services for the crews and alBO fur Â¬ nish comfort bags books magazines papers mits mufflers wristlets socks yarn caps and the like for the comfort of the surfmen Those who desire further information with reference to this noble movement may address the secretary - WE WILL SELL EOE CASH One lot Boys Shirt Waists ages 4 to 13 only I Mens PK Bosom White Dress Shirts UK 22C a One large lot Childrens Wash Pants 48C Mens Negligee 75c 2 Monarch Brand 11- Monarch only Shirts only One large t lot Boys Suits style ages 4 to 11 old - Were sold for and 2 50 to S3 50 50 One large lot Boys All wool Short Pants Suits ages 5 to 14 Doiible Breasted go at 3- - Worth 5 and 6 - 800 Mens All woorSuits Double and Single Breasted were 18 12 go at 515 and S These are the greatest values we ever offered and 0 With every splendid watch 15 cash sale and over - we give a reliable good time keeper 4 - Advertised Letters at Frankfort CRUTCHER mrtfjryLjfLtfi nimLnLwiijmmFmmi-w-- AND STARKS sv r Kentucky Â¬ Ben Sanders who formerly put K tv in his college vacations pitching for the Philadelphia and Louis ville League teams and Will JBoone Among their other players are Lawrence Young the famous Princeton twirler Glaze brook Vernon McComb Steele Morton and others equally well jno one who can possi- known bly get out should miss this game The games which were to have been played last Saturday with the Kentucky University team and Wednesday with the Bernheim Bros of Louisville were prevented by the bad weather The home club will play the Versailles club at Versailles on Monday The latter team has been defeating alLcomers on her own grounds this year Â¬ Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending May 26 1894 Burns Mr R J Pulliam Miss Brumly Mr Wm Jennie Calvert Ferd Richardson Mr D P Conway Jos Sanford Charley Craft Mr Jim Crump Malinda Shoot Miss Annie Ohilson Margret Smith Mr WR Dorsey Mr Geo Stein Mr Morris Dickerson Sol Satterwhite Mr Dailey T P K Y Euler Miss N M Spalding Mr Henry Flynn Mr L GlasB Richard White Louis Harper Miss Em- - Williams Joseph ma Walker Mrs Hulett Miss Eller Millie McNollie Mr Micheal When calling forthese letters say v wcKFfie9rn -- tae2e2 tiesce- - JOE LSTATEN t H CO MONON ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to Have purchased the entire stock of CHICAGO And all Pomls NORTH and WEST advertised S B Holmes P M Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contains Mercury As mercury will surely dostroy the sense of smell and com- Â¬ pletely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be UBed except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage bhoy will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufacturedfby FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu Â¬ Vestibuled Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pulman Buffet Sleepers Atirl va facturing Co Prices OUT From 10 to 15 per ct SOLID OAK SUIT vuurcss rur r uruicr iinurmuugii rrj- - Hntw TTirefr Trrv A V Plncec prnmmnfTntinno i as BLBmnCPA W6CraiU IUUC OR IS X Confederate Decoration This being Confederate Decoration day the graves of the Confederate dead in our cemetery will be Â¬ Â¬ ternally and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the Bystem In buying Halls Catarrh uure be sure you get the genuine It is taken iternally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co 83fSold by Druggist price 7ft per uocue 4 P J Cheney Co Toledo O con Â¬ tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ i Mafii - LJ U 13 yiSBI OHEVAL 1500 1800 months Jas Barker G P A Chicago HI Come now and look we have 100 y strewn with flowers THE BIG FOUR ROUTE to sell in few Those having flowers to con- Â¬ tribute should send them to the Has the Best Terminal Facili Â¬ I have for sale 2000 A No ties at Chicago residence of Mrs R M Aidridge t CEDAR POSTS For on Broadway this morning or to All trains enter Chicago on the Illi further particulars apply to along six miles of nois me on my premises the cemetery before 4 oclock as the Central tracksthrough the most Lake Front the decoration ceremonies will T N Arnold portion of the city and and passengers in the magnificent commence at that hour Feb 2 tf New Central Station on Twolfthstreet and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ A Physician venient to the Auditorium Riohelieu BOOK KEEPING Seldom recommends a proprietary Victoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ medicine A great many use our in two blocks of the State and Shorthand and Pcnmunship We recently prepared books on tne above es uousenoia Kemoaies both in tnoir Wabash Street Cable Lines and the pecially adapted to Homk Stodt Sent on GO families and in their practice Dr South Side Elevated Railway Con days trial Hundreds have been bentnted hun Â¬ N L Reynolds of Eureka 111 writes venient stops are also made at Hyde dreds of dollars by ordering our publications us that he has had occasion to use Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty WHYHOT yoc Have Should you latT decide to enter our college Dr Hales Household Ointment in Second street Stations you would receive credit for the amount paid Trains several cases of burns and thinks it Magnificent Vestibuled Four weeks by our method of teaching book He writes he has Parlor Oars Wagner Sleeping Oars has few equals keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan ON MAIN STEET TO- Positions Guaranteed under certain conditions Also used the Dr Hales Household Private Compartment Buffet Sleep Send for our Free Illustrated 80 nacta cAtiilnmiA Tea in his own family and finds it is ing Oars and Superb Dining Oars No and state your wants Address J FDrauohon so good that he cannot afford to do transfer across Cincinnati to make rresmeui untuunons rrucucai Business college and School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nash without it It is the great blood pu Â¬ connections ville Teun Eleven Teachers GOO Students the Positively Your ticket should read via the Big rifier and nerve tonic past year No vacation Enter anytime Cheap BHSEiriEnt nf the Capital Hotel cures dyspepsia constipation bilious Â¬ Four Route to enjoy these privileges Board N a We pay 5 cash for vacancies as book ness ete 25 And 59 cents per pack Â¬ E OMcOormiok Pass Traffic Mgr reported to Tkt Agt 8They will fill this space with ah entire new advertisement in a keepers stenographers teachers eta this paper age at P H Carpenters drug store D B Martin Genl Pass Mention us provided we flu same short time you write Big Four Route Cincinnati 0 d when Suits and over 300 Bedsteads the next ceoa r Posts I 226 ANN STREET J JACOB SWIGERT -- CO J AV- - Â¬ Â¬ frf Removed From the Batzell Building Â¬ tV Kf - 101 AND 102 ANN STREET 1 Â¬ Â¬ A-