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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 if i The GEO A Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY LEWIS Publisher PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advance NO 39 f v YOL XVII FRANKFORT KY SATURDAY JUNE 2 1894 Latest U S Govt Report Highest of all in Leavening Power Thrown From lUsUtiggy The horse Mr V j V 3 ARSOtmBUf PURE DECORATION DAY Â¬ Appropriately Observed and Flowers Liberally Sirewn Upon Soldiers Graves Two Processions ami an Elabo I Â¬ r I rate Programme if h Iff i r tt i - v- - M lti IM a Ru u f ft 7tf I will have a lot of Remnants in The young man of the Rounda Â¬ Hamburgs in all lengths that will bout acknowledges the receipt of be sold regardless of cost an invitation to the Commence- Â¬ ment Exercises of Center College which will occur at Danville June 10th to 13th The list of Seniors out of the year includes 21 young For Children at 25 and 60 cents 1 Assembly Call among whom are Messrs White Dresses at all prices Â¬ 2 Reading General Order by men Another new lot of White handThomas Lindsey Blayney and somely trimmed Adjutant ofA G Bacon Post Shirt Waists Services by Post Commander Albert H McClure of this city just received 3 both of whom are officers of the 4 Music by the Choir class the former being Poet and 5 Prayer by the Chaplain The invN 6 Address by General D W the latter Prophet tation itself is an exceptionally Lindsey WELL MADE WRAPPERS for 7 Services by the Commander handsome and tasteful one and Ladies ranging in Price from 75c we expect do live to see the time of the Post to 250 8 Officer of the Day strewing when it will be an interesting souvenir of the early life of some the first flowers of the Nations great men 9 Services by the Chaplain 10 Firing of Salute by militia The Jjadies 11 Hymn by Choir In Corsets in Black and White reduced to 35c 12 Benediction The pleasant effect and perfect The graves of all the Federal safety with which ladies may use soldiers buried in the cemetery the California liquid Jaxative were then decorated with flowers Syrup of FigsN under all condi- Â¬ by the forty four little girls under tions make it their favorite reme- Â¬ the direction of the Flower Com- Â¬ dy To get the true and genuine mittee after which Tattoo and article look for the name of the Retreat were sounded by the drum California Fig Syrup Co printed No 214 St Clair street next door to R K corps when the procession re near the bottom of the package McClure Wednesday being decoration day and a legal holiday it was more generally celebrated than Tlie Post Office Banks usual and other public buildings were closed and the children of the public schools were given a holi- Â¬ day In the morning the colored people formed a procession composed of boys from the City School Geo W Monroe Post G A R and citizens in carriages headed by a brass band and ac Â¬ companied by a drum corps and marched through the streets and to the far cemetery where the ritualistic ceremonies of the G A R were gone through with the graves of the colored soldiers decorated buried there with flowers and addresses appropriate to the occasion delivered by Revs J W Frazier J W Hawkins Rev Hathaway In the afternoon at 3 oclock another procession was formed at the U 5 Custom House headed by the drum corps and composed of a detachment of militia whp acted as firing squad A G Bacon Post G A R Frankfort Cornet Band Uniform Rank of Dexter Lodge K of P Capital Lodge No 6 I O O F forty- four little girls in wagons each different States representing followed by the orator of the day Gen D W Lindsey ac-Â¬ companied by Judge W H Sneed in a carriage then came the ladies of the Flower Commit- Â¬ tee and others in carriages The procession moved north on St Clair to Main and east on Main to the cemetery where the following programme was carried Â¬ -- William Craik was driving to his buggy Tuesday BILLIARDS AND POOL morning became frightened at a ROBERT GORDON CHAS G PAYNE street car near the corner of Painter and Paperhanger Billiards and Pool Second and Bridge streets whirled around and- - upset the buggy ITISTIMAIES FURNISHED ON The Club Main Siicet 111 notice and satisfaction guaranteed SHORT Orders M P Grays Hardware Store will receive throwing Mr Craik out cutting Tho Finest Tables In the city Gymnasium nnU left at prompt attention 31 3m Mar Bowling Alleys uttuched his head and bruising him about the body considerably LAWYERS He was CONFECTIONER taken into the grocery of Mr H JOHN R TODD WM CROMWELL R Williams where his injuries Manufacturing formed and marched back to the Attorney at Law were dressed and it was found that Confectioner city he was not seriously hurt Frankfort Kentucky The attendance at the cemetery 41 St Clair Street Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Home made Candles Fruits Nuts and Ice Cream Courts of Franklin nnd adjoining counties was much larger than usual upon Head Their Ad and Sodu Water In season Cigars and Tobacco and will also Rho specialthe attenton to the pur Near new brldse chase and sale of real estate collection of rents such occasions and shows the claims and the negotiation of loans new drug firm of Holmes The DRUGS beautiful custom of placing flowers Baird has a card in another col once a year upon the graves of the WJ CHINN They are conveniently lo- IV H AVERILL departed heroes is growing in umn Attorney nt Law Druggist favor with the people of all cated and can supply you vith Frankfort Kentucky anything in their line on short Main Street opp City Hall classes Will practice In nil State Courts Offlco second Â¬ A eeneral stock of Drue Fine Stationery a notice also have put in a telespecialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions floor Custom House Feed on Xeedlcs phone which will be answered at compounded at all hours NEWSDEALER Thehcns at Mr W R Ham- Â¬ all times day or night Call and see NO W R WILLIAMS CO artiGUY BARRETT monds residence in Bellepoint them when in want of fancy Druggists News Dealer and must certainly have gotton hold cles or pure drugs accurately pre314 Main SUeet Bookseller pared of a paper of cambric needles Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all 332 Main Street lately and devoured the sane for I have two littlo grandchildren who hours A Hue Hue of Fancy Toilet Articles Fine Stationery Periodicals of nil kinds Fancy Goods on two scperate days last week are teething this hot weather and are I troubled with bowel complaint FLOUR AND FEED them Chamberlains Colic when his daughter undertook to PAINTERS Remedy and REOCK DONALDSON prepare eggs for cooking she itholeraand Diarrhoea I earnestly acts like a charm Flour Meal Feed and found needles inclosed in the recommend it for children with W B BRIDGEFORD bowel troubles I was myself taken Country Produce yolks of the same She found with a severe attack of bl6ody flux The Painter Fincel Block South Sidc four eggs with needles in them with cramps and pains in my stomach one third of a bottle of this remedy and 10 St Clair Street and it is supposed his little girl cured me Within twenty four hours Oysters FishPickles Game In season Choice and Preserves Wall Paper Paints Oils nnd Glass constantly on I was out of bed and doing my house was sewing on her doll rags in the hand work Mrs W L Dunagan Bon LIVERY yatd and had the needles out there aqua Hickman Co Tenn For sale by Phil where the hens found them DARNELL It Druggist Carpenter South Side MANGAN m is true the needles could have Fine Livery Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder exe Â¬ Job work been placed in the eggs after the Worlds Pair Hlchejt Medal and Diploma Terms Reasonable shells had been soaked in vinegar tfris office 219 Main Street and the opening through which I I fi they were forced never be detect ed but as the eggs were all home grown it is not likely any mem Â¬ ber of the family had been trying experiments of this kind Baking Powde Business and Professional Directory v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ neatly cuted at RTSTEIIJ Hesitate As You Like It To neglect caring for a cough or cold Every time yon cough you increase the trouble and soon an inflammation is started that in a short time is difficult to control Dr Hales House- Â¬ hold Cough Cure has such a magic offecl upon a cough allaying all irri tation so quickly that every person in the land should always have a bot Â¬ tle of this wonderful medioine on hand to begin taking at once upon the first appearanoe of a cold It costs only 25 0 and 50c a bottle at P H Carpenters drucr store a Â¬ Its a Mistako Do Not HE THAT HESITATES IS LOST But go at once for whatever Kind Price or Style of Goods you need in the Dry Goods Fancy Goods or Notions Line Bargains can be had at all times Reduction in prices for CASH to make business move along on Lawn Mowers Wire Screen Cloth Rubber Hose To save money on what you buy Old Contors Commencement This Week Calico Dresses And all along down the line in HARDWARE The PEICE The PLACE The TIME M P GRAY HARDWARE MERCHANT Also Sixty Black fie Hursey FINE Odds and Ends ips 232 -KT3ST -A- DEALERS IN and SIDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND HI STEINS mar 10 3m STIRZESEIT I 1 y Mi Hudson IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR asse Ready - Made Clothing G Come in and look at ours We handle the best makes wears well we know it is ALL WOOL good fitting-and Dont believe what we say about it but come in and see We always have time to show our goods and talk to you about them T4 V f Hudson PERSONAL Miss Kate Halloran spent Wednes- Â¬ day in Lexington Hon Geo H Alexander of Louis- Â¬ ville was here Thursday Ool 0 E Hoge left Tuesday for a business trip to Chicago Mrs Carrie Mandeville spent Sun- Â¬ day with friends in Georgetown Miss Nina Parker of Lexington is visiting Mrs James Moyers on Main umphriesCasse Advertised Lietters at Frankfort JLJf a r w Capler Dr W P Phillips B Prescott Wm S Johnson of Woodford county Clay M H Cook Will Robinson Mrs Miss Clara Pieratt of Morgan counMamie Dunn Pat ty is visiting Mrs G B Swango on as a canddate fur Congress Wathrich Authur Holt Joe Third street Young Thomas Hadon Willie Is a Regular Younger Mrs Meely J E Mr Geo D Todd of Louisville atNanie McGoodwin J A Â¬ tended the Republican League meetMr Louis Harris was on yesWhen calling for these letters say ing on Thursday street S B Holmes P M advertised Mrs Mattie Page of Charleston terday appointed a regular mail Miss Rebecca Johnson attended Wm II Wheeler the Wallace Burnett wedding at West Virginia is visiting Mrs S 0 carrier at the post office to sucBull on Cross street ceed Mr Edmund Crittenden reShelbyville A prominent contractor and builder Mr Hiram Berry and wife returned signed Miss Hattie Morris of Owen coun- of Adams N Y was a great smoker ty is visiting Mrs L O Wallace on Thursday morning from a visit to his for years He liked his cigar but did daughter Mrs W L Cannon near See the Worlds Fair for IS Cts not like the seriouB throat trouble Steele street that began to come upon him in the Mr P WI Keys of Ashland spent Midwav- Upon receipt of your address and shape of a bunch or growth As he Monday afternoon and Tuesday in Mr Julian Jackson who is on the fifteen cents in postage stamps we expressed it ho was afraid he was reportorial staff of the St Louis will mail you prepaid our Souvenir going to have a Grant throat At this city with relatives this stage he began using Dr Hales Mra S C Sayres returned Tuesday Evening Chronicle is at home spend Â¬ Portfolio of the Worlds Columbian Household Ointment applying it The regular price is fifty Exposition evening from a visit to her daughter ing a two weeks vacation directly to the bunch inside his cents but as we want you to Capt Jack Veach formerly of this one wo mako the price nominal hive throat several times each day A Mrs Grider in Russellville You few weeks of this treatment entirely Mr Edmund Haynes Taylor of city was one of the delegates who will find it a work of art and a thing cured the bad throat and Mr Wheel- Â¬ came down from Lexington tb attend to be prized It contains full nace er states that it worked a most won- Â¬ Georgia is visiting his Atlanta the State League of Republican Clubs views of the great buildings with de derful cure in his case and that he re mother and sister in this city scriptions ot same ana is executed in Mrs G B Swango of Frankfort highest style of art If not satisfied gards Dr Hales Household Ointment Miss Belle Giltner left Tuesday and Miss Ella Trimble of Mt Ster Â¬ with it after you get it we will re Â¬ as the greatest medicine of the 10th It cures all inflammation evening for Lexington to visit her ling spent Saturday with Mibb Mary fund the stamps and let you keep the century 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ book Address cousin Mrs Maggie G Clark a Daviess on North Hamilton street H E Bucklen Co Chicago 111 ters drug store Mary Moore and Miss Mary Georgetown Enterprise Mrs 4 THE BIG FOUR ROUTE Ettie Smith of Louisville are visiting Gen Williams Past Grand Com- Â¬ Buggies carriages and surreys Has Mr Saml R Smith on Shelby street mander of thh G A R of Ohio was the Rest Terminal Facili Â¬ repaired and repainted in the very one of the distinguished visitors at ties at Chicago Mrs Kittie Crittenden widow of best style by G H Mastin Co Gen Thos L Crittenden of New the meeting of the Republican Clubs 38 3t All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ York City is visiting relatives in this in this city Thursday nois Central tracks along six miles of j Capt Jacob Swigert has rented city the Lake Front through the most and removed to the old Gub Talbutt A man who has practiced medicino picturesque portion of the city and Mr Garrard Rodman who has been passengers in the magnificent or 40 attending school at Bell Buckle place near Stedmantown where he sugar years ought to know salt from land Central Station on Twelfth street New read what he says will reside until he can build a house Tennessee is at home for the holi- Â¬ and Lake Front This station is con- Â¬ Toledo O Jan 10 1887 upon his farm adjoining days Messrs F J Cheney Co Gen- venient to the Auditorium Richelieu Mr Hart Wallace and bride nee tlemen I have been in the general Viotoria and Leland Hotels and with Â¬ Mrs H J Hyde who haa been con- Â¬ and practice 40 in two blocks of the Stato fined to the house for several months Miss Nellie Burnett of Shelbyville vears audof medicine forInmost my Wabash Street Cable Lines and the would say that all with a broken limb is able to be out came to this city after the wedding practice and experience have nevei South Side Elevated Railway Con ceremony Tuesday night and left Keen a preparation that I could pre venient stops are also made at Hyde again Wednesday morning over the 0 O aribecf with as rauoli confidence of Park Thirty Ninth street and Twenty Mr Thomas Rodman jr whoTfaiT iucce868 as I can Halls Catarrh Cure Second street Stations Trains been attending college at Lafayette for a trip to Richmond Va Macnificent Vestibuled manufactured by you Have pre Â¬ scribe it a great many times ami itu Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Oars Indiana the past winter will return 100000 People Die effect is wond erful nnd would say in private uomparimens uunet Bleep home to day conclusion that I have yet to find o ing Oars and Superb Dining Cars No Mr Frank W Miller nnd children Annually in this country of con- Â¬ case of Catarrh that it would nol transfer across Cincinnati to make of Richmond are visiting his parents sumption Think of it One adult cure if they would take it according connections out of Your ticket should read via the Big Mr George W Miller and wife on stages every six and yet in the early to directions all pulmonary complaints may Four Route to enjoy these privileges Yours truly Murray street EI O McOormiok Pass Trafllo Mgr be readily controlled by Dr Hales LLGORSUOHMD D B Martin Gonl Pass Household Cough Cure It is a cer Tkt Agt Office 215 Summit St Miss Lillie Herancourt and Miss Big Four Route Cincinnati O tain remedy for coughs and colds Wo will give 100 for any caae of Flora Wolfe left Tuesday for a visit to wmon it teiD to tnemseives bring on fJatarrh that can not be cured with tm Clay Center Kansas and other pulmonary consumption Pleasant Halls Catarrh Curo Taken inter Â¬ For Sale or Rent My resi- Â¬ to take Children like it The price nally points in the west dence on Main street opposite the is right only F J CHENEY CO Props Mrs Mattie Tilford of Texas is bottle at P H 25 and 50 cents a Presbyterian Church Toledo O Caraenters drug visiting her sisters Mra Job Robin- - store 2 b JSTSold by all druggists 76o Mrs W B Rodman son on Steele street and Mrs Sallie Candidate for Congress Crockett near this city The Populists of this CongresMiss Eva Hoge left Thursday for a visit to friends in Louisville sional district held a convention at Maj I N Card well and wife of the Court House in this city Winchester spent Thursday in this Thursday and nominated Mr L Â¬ Kentucky ST JOHNS DAY Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ tised letters for the week ending Extensive Preparations for Great Masonic Celebration at liouisville Juno 2 1894 city I The Masonic Bodies of Louisville have arranged Â¬ for an enter- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tainment at the Auditorium June 25 for the benefit of the Masonic Widows and Orphans Home The grand scenic and pyrotechnic spectacle Americus will be given One Thousand Dollars in gold will be distributed among those holders of tickets who guess near- Â¬ est to the temperature between June 24 and July 4 both inclusive The largest present is 300 and the smallest 10 The tickets cost fifty cents each Full descriptive circulars will be sent on applica- Â¬ tion to the Maspnic Widows and Orphans Home Louisville Ky Bpxas CO i M Â¬ r Â¬ Â¬ n t I j I Â¬ to JSB co C3 mamm CD i OS5 MgSsS en- CO g CD w ma eg s w p Dr Halos Household Ointment It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles like magic Cures Salt Rheum in the most soothing manner Cures Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Can be Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A positive specific for pneumonia Outs Bruises Burns Chilblains SoreB of long standing Corns and Bunions are cured quickly different from all olso suporior to all else it has no equal 25ftnd 50c boxes Large size cheapest Sold at P H 8 Carpenters drug store It absolutely cures catarrh best location best nejghb rhood Splendid in South Frankfort Will rent furnished or garden unfurnished on reasonable terms to good tenant Apply at this office 39 tf Is the finest remedy in the world f I Â¬ For Rent Cottage of 6 rooms Â¬ i STATE TEAGUE OJ ltoimbllciui Olubs The An WUJllMUL4SMJii3afSSSSB9Sl Â¬ nual Meeting In tills of City The meeting the State League iiil I y r of Republican Clubs was held in this city on Thursday and was one of the largest gatherings of dele- Â¬ gates from the clubs throughout the State ever held some five being hundred representatives present The delegation from Newport was the first to arrive and came in a special car attached to the C train O Wednesday night Thursday morning a large delega tion came in from Louisville and points in the western part of the State on a special train over the L N and the Covington club Â¬ An eight day half hour strike movement Veneered Case making the finest marble finish over invented We have decided to sell this Clock at a price never before offered making it the cheap Â¬ est as well as the best Clock for the money in the market Note the price in a fine Celluloid Gilt Dial Height 12J in 50 Cathedral Gong Wldth16 inches For once take into consideration the quality and then compare same with the low price we are making on this Clock and we are sure you will buy one at once e- - v came in a special drawing room car over the Kentucky Midland while Lexington Mt Sterling and other points east sent in a large a 1 OS m mm VklUUbil 1 I representation on the 950 morn- Â¬ The Leading Jeweler ing strain Each train was met by the Re- Â¬ ception Committee of the Garfield Club of this city with a band of music and the delegates escorted tothe Capital Hotel The Louis- Â¬ ville delegation brought a brass band and the Covington Club a drum corps and when the special from Louisville arrived a pro- Â¬ cession was formed which marched through the principal streets and disbanded in front of the Capital As the clubs passed Hotel through the streets the comment was universal that they were a fine intelligent body of men x looking although but few of the leading men of the party were in the --- FRANKFORT Esq of Woodord Maj A T Wood of Mt Sterling aid Co Weedon ONeal of Covington - - KY Slaughter House Burned The slaughter house of Mr John Ries located near the ColorÂ¬ ed Normal School on the Ver- Â¬ THE sailles pike was destroyed by fire about 1 130 Thursday night Loss is about cihteen hundred dollars on building and machinery with only eight hundred insurance ABOVE GUT REPRESENTS OUR SOUVENIR BRIDGE SPOON Call and inspect our new line of Which we mail to any address postpaid for 2 STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES And articles suitable for wedding presents THE NEW P F V LIMITED M i f In li jJ nHr 4- - if r fflfi - Commencing Sunday May 13th the F F V Limited will leave Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon Â¬ arriving at Washington at 740 a Baltimore 900 a m Phila Â¬ m delphia 1120 a m and New York 140 p m The train will consist of Composite Car Elegant Day Coach with Smoking Com- Â¬ partment Dining Car Pullman Sleeping Cars of the latest and most improved design and an Observation Car Emphasis is especially placed on the Observa- Â¬ Built by the Pullman tion Car Â¬ Company from Chesapeake and Ohio plans the F F V Observation Cars serve their purpose ness when a motion prevailed better than any others that have that the League adjourn until 3 ever been Fconstructed As the F V Limited is the oclock in order that the district only train having an Observation meetings might be held to select Car attached it necessarily fol- Â¬ members of the different commit- Â¬ lows that the Chesapeake and tees and district delegates to the Ohio Ry alone has scenery interNational League which meets in esting enough to demand an Ob- Â¬ servation Car The F F V Limited JDenver Colorado is the only train running through When the convention from Cincinnati to New York that after dinner the several com- Â¬ enables the business men to transmittees made their reports which act business in Cincinnati one day New York the next It is were adopted and the following and the only train for Jersey City Coast delegates from the State at large resorts which arc reached by the to the meeting of the National F F V at dinner time instead of It is the only League at Denver were elected in the evening train that enables business men to Chas G Richie of Louisville in Cincinnati Thos J Ballard of Lawrenceburg transact business Washington one for day and reach Hon D G Colson of Middles breakfast the next morning It is borough John Feland jr of the most desirable train for New Owensboro Hon W O Bradley England resorts connections being of Lancaster and Gen D W made in the Union Depot in with the Colonial Washington Lindsey of this city Express running through to Boston Four delegates from each Con which reaches New Haven 410 p gressional district were alsoi m New London 530 p m elected those from this district Providence 715 p in and Boston The F F V is the being Messrs Grant- - L Roberts 830 p m only modern train lighted through- Â¬ and C D Bcrcaw of this city out with Electricity carrying a George Thompson and George W Dining Car and an Observation Bosworth of Lexington Car The Washington and Atlantic The following officers were Express also an Electric Lighted elected for the ensuing year L will leave Cincin- Â¬ J Crawford of Newport NPresi Vestibuled train reaching Wash nati at pm dent Wood G Dunlap of Lex- Â¬ ington 700 p m and Old Point 240 D H Comfort 600 p m ington Vice President Connection Stine of Newport Secretary and is made at Washington with the W II Van Winkle of this city Boston Express or the Limited The meet- Â¬ reaching New York nbout 900 Assistant Secretary pm At Norfolk connection is ing then adjourned and a nrs made with the Old Dominion meeting was held at night which Steamship Line reaching New was addressed bv Sam Pinkerton J York 300 p m the next day Â¬ -- ranks The League met at 12 oclock in the Opera House and was called to order by Mr Saml R Smith Chairman of the Republican County Committee who after prayer by Rev George Darsie introduced Judge VV H Holt who delivered a short and appropriate address of welcome in behalf of the Garfield Club of this city President L J Crawford of Newport then took the chair and after they Secretary had read the official call for the meeting delivered a short address and declared the meeting open for busiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Important Change in Schedule of the C Os Pet Train LeCompte Apr H Sin Gayle Co IiOUISVILIE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ KET DURRETT PURNISIICD BY OLOVEK LOUIS VILLfi TOBACCO WAREHOUSE South Side Xotice A Curd Having leased the oroperty of the Capital Brewery Comp my I have concluded to continue in operation only the ice m ichine I am prepared part of the plant to deliver ice to the citizens of Frankfort manufactured in Frank Â¬ fort and in any quantity desired and at the lowest possible price As my machine is a Frankfurt enterprise employing only Frank fort people I respectfully ask a liberal share of vyo i patronage I wi manufacture ice from pure Thanking the distilled water citizens of Franf rt for their liberal patronage heretotoie given me and asking acominuanceof the same I am Respectfully Â¬ Frankfort Ky May 25 1894 Siles on our market for the week just dosed amount to 2763 hhds with receipt3 for tho s une period of 2733 hhds SiU s on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st umounc to 78 514 hhds Sales ofthecropof 1893 on our market to this date amount to 78892 hhds We have had a tlrm and active market throughout the week for all i 1 Â¬ grades of burloy tobacco in pood con- dition The reports which reach us from the country would indicate that a much larger per cent ot tno crop had been transplanted than is usual at this time of the year The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market for burley to Â¬ bacco 1893 crop Trash dark or dam age C trash 1 Common lugs not colory 4 SO Common Colory For Sale A combination hay Medium to good lugs 6 50i colory rakeand stacker Apply to w m 7 50 lugs Cromwell Common to medium loaf 8 507i 37 tf 00ri Medium to good 16 00i Cook Wanted Good to line leaf 35 tf N 1 McUaniel 2 50M3 50 tobacco Common Colory trash 4 003 4 50 Medium to good colory 5 00 7 50 5 50 7 50 10 12 16 18 23 00 0C leaf12 00 Select or wrappery 18 00a 00 50 Sometime ago I was troubled with an attack of rheumatism I used and reliable cook Chamberlains Pain Balm and was completely cured I have since ad prontanV nor safe in vised many of my friends and cus Â¬ No more tomers to try the remedy and all vestment can be f und than stock speak highly of it Simon Goldbaum in the Commercial Hulding Asso San Luis Rey Oal For sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist ciation Â¬ Â¬ Mr Grant Green of the Farm- Â¬ ers Bmk wishes to hire a good Examinations of applicants or positions as teachers in the Pub Â¬ lic Schools of city of Frankfort will be held in white school build- Â¬ ing beginning at 9 a m on June 18 and continuing three days All applications must be in the handwriting of the applicant ad- Â¬ dressed to the Secretary of the Board of Education city of filed on or before Mon- Â¬ Frankfort day June 18 1894 Applicants for positions in the colored school to be made in the same manner and an examination will be held at the same time in the same building By order of Board of Education U V Williams President G T Blacklev Secretary White Board of Examiners McHenry Rhoads U VWilliams G T Blackley Colored Board of Examiners McHenry Rhoads W H Mayo U V Williams G T Blackley Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Award Â¬ poor health Coughs Colds SPEND YOUJl OUTING ON TIIE GltKAT LAKES Weak Lungs Diseased Blood Visit picturesque Mackinac Island It BROWNS IRON BttTTFHS follow will only cost you about 1250 from De troit 15 from Toledo 18 from Cleveland For Sale or Rent My dwelling for the round trip including meals and house on Ann street berths Avoid the heat and dust by travel J T Buckley tf ing ou the D C floating palaces Tho attractions of a trip to the Mackinac region aro unsurpassed Tho island itself Is a Awarded grand romantic spot its climate most in Highest Honors Worlds Fair vigorating Two new steel passenger steamers have just been built for tho upper lako route costing 300000 each tho Cream of Cod liver Oil They arc equipped with every modern convenience annunciators bath - rooms cures all of these weakness- Â¬ etc illuminated throughout by electricity es Take it in time to avert and aro guaranteed to bo tno grandest largest and safest steamers on fresh water Illness if you can Physicians These steamers favorably compare with tho great ocean liners in construction and the world over endorse it Four trips per week between speed Dont be deceived by Substitutes lolcdo Detroit Alpena Mackinac St Ignaco Pctoskcy Chicago Soo Mar Â¬ Prepared by Scott A Jtowna N V Alt DruttliU quette and Duluth Daily between Clove land and Detroit Daily between Cleve land and The cabins parlors ind staterooms of theso steamers are de Â¬ Fine igned for tho complete entertainment of wmuuity under homo conditions tho pal itiul equipment tho luxury of the iip DUDLEY FARM ADJOINING CITY limits on the Georgetown pike containing ointment3 makes travelfiig on theso 20 acres largo resilience tobjicco barn mid Jtenmora thoroughly enjoyable MOST PERFECT MADE Send for stubles Splendid dairy und tobacco farm Address Possession Riven March 1st 1WH For particu Â¬ Free illustrated descriptive pamphlet A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder A Sciiantz G P TA D U lars upply to from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant FRANKCniNN Oitrolt Mich July22 tf Frankfort Kt 40 YEARS THE STANDARD -- and If all you fee weak worn out take is one of the first signs of Loss of Flesh Â¬ Scotts Â¬ Emulsion r CHtAM BANNS Â¬ Put-iu-Ba- y POtfDER Farm for Rent W L COPPERSMITH -- Solid Gold Gold filled g Silver Watches The best and individual attention given to my repair department as I WILL GIVE YOU SOME BARGAINS IN- - The Jeweler iKI rj fob TxacE etzezszo thzzer xtt days dont intend to let this part of my business go neglected i FMNKFORT ROUNDABOUT REPRESENTS A BIG PITjE Certificate or Deposit for 100- Entered attberost offlce at Frankfort Kentucky ns second class mailable matter 000 liost Between Here and Chicago GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub The notice below is from the FRANKFORT JUNE 2 1894 thy master attempts to punish thee for thy misdemeanor thou v Chicago Record of several days ago Inquiry at the State National W C P Breckinridge Bank revealed the fact that the LINED Will speak at the court house certificate is still missing and hoDes in Frankfort at 2 oclock p m of its being found have been td June 4 abandoned AND Somewhere between Frankfort To Trustees and Teachers Ky and the First National Bank All trustees of white schools of Chicago is a missing certificate of deposit for Siooooo It was must be able to read and write class issued originally by the American A teacher holding a third Exchange National Bank of New certificate cannot teach in any York to William Stewart Tod Scrub district reporting fifty five 55 or Mr Tod passed it along to Mason Many of the citizens of Rainsville more pupils in census report One Hoge Meyer and they put it in Indiana are never without a bottle holding a second class certificate the State National Bank of Frank of Chamberlains Cough Remedy in Charcoal Filled The State National mailed the house Says Jacob Brown the cannot teach in a district report- Â¬ fort leading merchant of the place This National of this ing seventy five or more it to the First remedy 75 value city to be placed to its credit for coldshas proven of bo much cough croup and whooping pupils That was ten days ago and neither in children that few mothers who A contract to be legal between bank has seen or heard of the know its worth are willing to be Refrigerators Â¬ without it For sale by Phil trustees and teachers cannot be valuable certificate since penter South Side Druggist Car The young man who manages made before the 1st of July the correspondence with the out- Â¬ FOR SALE BY Only one third class certificate side banks for the National DR First KELLEY can be issued to any one person said that nobody was likely to lose Examination of colored teach- Â¬ anything by the disappearance of OF ClNCINNATI0wlll be at the the certificate except the interest ers next Friday on the money which amounts to considerable with such a sum Thrown Against a Fence floating around idle But he IN LEXINGTON KY the said it makes a lot of bother for Mr Nat F Richardson XlfcT 03ST the banks The Frankfort bank Saturday June 9 1894 South Side groceryman has to ask the New York bank for HEMORRHOIDS Piles cured without surgica to his home in the country a duplicate of the certificate of operation un d with little or no pain when he deposit Sunday afternoon and The New York bank REEERENCES reacnea tne top 01 me nm on me waits awhile and then issues a duW McKee Uardle Frankfort Ky Louisville pike the horse he was plicate but it first makes the J A Scott Frankfort Ky Anthony Loach Frankfort Ky disclosing too UPHOL Â¬ Our driving became unmanageable Frankfort people give a bond to J T Staten Frankfort Ky protect it against the possibility of V Berberlcn Frankfort Ky and commenced to kick and run the original turning up properly Rev L p Uulett Benson Ky STERED FURNITURE A H McClure Frankfort Ky throwing him out of the vehicle indorsed In that case there would ff J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky We will notice offer against a stone fence and bruising be more trouble and somebody Jas M WIthrow Frankfoit Ky DRKELLEY8 office and residence Is at 269 his face and shoulder severely He would suffer but of course it West Eighth stroetClnclnnutlund where he may will be all right be found every day of each week except SATUR Â¬ was rendered unconscious for somePamphlets describing these DAYS In the meanwhile those Ken and the mode of treatment sent free to diseases any one time by the fall by addressing W I KKLLEY M D tuckians are losing interest on Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor 259 VT Eight St Cincinnati 0 their jSioooooat the rate of about Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas c Come while CONSULTATION FREE Making Rupiu Progress 12 a day and the postoffice the assortment is unbroken authorities are worrying at a much Little George Smith the violinist costlier rate than that over the dis-- who played here at the Opera appearance of the paper The House about two years ago has very size of the certificate and the ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ESTATE SL ure made such rapid progress at the fact that it bears bank indorse- Â¬ come forward Thomusson with hereby notlnedfto and settle me Immediately ments will be a protection against and all persons having claims against the estate College of Music at Cincinnati as proven before will presentthem to any attempt at fradulent negotia- Â¬ the llrst day of June me properly B bTONE to astonish all those who have tion April 7 2m Admr S L Thomasson George has many heard him Crossing the Atlantic friends here and all will welcome his return There are nine hun- Â¬ Usually Involvesaea sickness Whenthewaves 1 play pitch und toss with you strong indeed must dred students at this institution be the stomach that can stand It without revolt- Â¬ and the little man is a great favor- Â¬ ing Tourists commercial travelers yatchsmen IND mariners all testify that Ilostetters Stomach ite among his classmates kickest him also Oh hqw aw Â¬ fully dost thou kick thy kicks Where landeth one of thy kicks there is another not needed And how innocent dost thou seem at all times Thou wilt be very good for two whole years to get to kick thy master when he stoopeth over to pick up his hat and when he recovered if he does recover at all thou lookest just as inno- Â¬ cent as before to get to kick him again Surely thou nimble heeled monster thou art worse than the devil for though the devil doth sometimes rest from his infernal work thou kickest on for- Â¬ ever 1 THE MONROE PATENT Stoneware m i i rfft vj Y t jj - - 1i- - iVJ- lit j Tne piasia -- w m r Si W FHOEITIS HOTEL Pc YOU WANT3ES- TO QBT inventory until further greatly t va fl VM was-returnin- Â¬ THIS OFFER much at -- 1 Â¬ REDUGRD PKLIQEB R ROGERS Â¬ NOTICE SON KENTUCKY TOBACCO prirfe Confederate Decoration Quite a large number of ladies and gentlemen went to the ceme- Â¬ tery Saturday and strewed flowers upon the graves of the brave men who fought for the cause which was lost and now sleep the last itrhlgcport sleep in the City upon the Hill Robt A Hancock was in LouisThe ceremonies were simple as ville last week on business usual but were nevertheless Miss Lena Roberts is visiting touching as they gave evidence of the family of Wm Jackson the fact that though gone they are not forgotten by the loved ones and ill Mr Emanuel Armstrong is very friends left behind The little show at the school house Tuesday night entertained Improving on average crowd B D Orford Mr who was People can find dimes and half shot by John Snider near the dollars to take them to shows but Spring Hill Distillery last week when a call for missions is made is improving slowly and will we the hard times press their purses harder together are glad to say soon be all right TO THE MULE snider tne man wno atagain How wonderful are thy works tempted to assassinate him is still at large and is not likely to show thou most stubborn and perverse part of creation When thy up here again soon as he would ter wishes thee to work masthou very likely receive a sentence to workest thy heels and kickest thy the penitentiary if caught masters vehicle to flinders and if Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ Bitters Is the best reniedeyfor the nausea ex perienced In rough weather on the water Nervous and weakly travelers by land often suffer from something akin to this nadflndln the Bitters Its surest remedy No disorder of the sumach liver or bowels Is so obstinate that It may pot be overcome by tbla prompt and thorough remedy Equally eftMsatfous Is It for chills and fever kidney and rheumatic trouble and nervousness Emigrants to the frontier should provide themselves with this line medici Â¬ nal safeguard against the effects of vicissitudes of climate hardship exposure and fatigue Crockers Honest Fertilizers Â¬ I y A tfyfi I will sell to any reliable man in ton lots for 45 per ton on eight months time with note without interest If you dont want a ton call and get a sample order G L HKNNEN O O TO M Septflf IMtf raooitf V K J y y JOHN DRISCOLL THE- Tan i II rp2X3B I 1 Flint un I II II I M LI QUO pure MBSCHMT For absolutely Wines dies Pour-year-o- ld 334 iX ir sxEiiT FRANKFORT Whiskies Bran Â¬ for medicinal and family use Anderson Go Whisky 2 per gallon Older goods at the same low rate c O 235 Broadway Opposite Capitol Square May 26 dm c 4 na 1313 vve ithikg an - anus oi - raj if an bbu bbbi im aaai bbbi san rmt t cu P3C1 lYMICLESi rm cu DO ha bbbi bbd bbpibbi an wt a mm bbb van ibbi bh wi im bbb n b ibbi ibb ibm bbb bbbbu a rn L7 wn nin a w x nj j Hsinr rmirin na v lju j -m 13 1 Nb ntrAlnlnbl hhrkess and sbbdlery BE nnciararJianrciRinraniarjnrinrrnrJiarariiariariin ES nn ea Of all hinds of Vehicles done with a force of 25 exnerienced and skilled mechanics in a reonlarlv and ra x ncr 0 II COMPLETELY EQUIPPED FACTORY with plenty of room and light and all modern ua aa Send in your worK Terms very reasonable m appliauces for doing the wonc in first class manner nn DEI DOT aa en uta en uu 1313 DU THE KENTUCKY WE SELL AT LOW PRIOEP rsn IQU BUGGY AND HARNESS WORKS cnrarrinnrtnniarCTniiRnniaraBFTREincinacianB RC1 nn BO nn DO no UE1 ca ca on - canaLacatjacacuGatiacacauauaciacauiiCtiuu run RSI IMPLEMENTS nn ran ua eh DEI net FACTORY HEAD OF BROADWAY STORE OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE Eiaijiaiaiai2ai2atacai2aL2jLaat3aLuBacaua COca aa BUY OF US rcn en nci uu an 9 Binders C3 Rakes I nS cacucaBUcacacacacacuuucucacacucacauacacacacauacacacasacacucauaca If nHEEiRnEaBnrcnBnmrcnEannRnEnEaB eu AND EXTRAS FOR SAME en HULLERS ua THRESHERS ca eo EaEaranaEaEaEnEanaEaEaBanaEaraEanaEaEaEaEnEacnranaEaEanararanaEann cu cauacauacacacucacacauacacacacacucauucacauucacsiLcacacacacucauacaiaijr AND CLOVER FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT JUNE 2 Innings Frankfort L A 12345G78 0 00 C 1894 400000110 00 0 1102 Frankfort D 9 T 6 Time of Oame 230 Umpires Sellers McDnnlel and Rice Scorer Lewis Earned Runs Gas for Cooking Purposes HLSHKRKiiVt Base Ball That game Saturday with the Louisville Athletic Club team came up to expectations in all re spects but one it was not as hard fought and close as was expected It was a beautifully played game however the absence of rank er- Â¬ rors being very gratifying Big Ben Sanders the regular pitcher for the visitors was unable to come and they were obliged to put their substitute Berry in the box Except during the first inning he was quite effective and his fielding of the position was Maloney as usual was superb a Chinese puzzle and if his support had been a trifle more lively a shut out would have resulted Their safe lead made the boys just a little carejess but as the game was won no one had a right to kick The game was decided in the Lindsey led off with first inning a single and Mathews went him one better with a double Henry With two on going to third bases and none out everybody felt good but when Lew Brown and Wintersmith flied out in sue cession and no score resulted Jeff matters didnt look so rosy came to the rescue how- Â¬ Brown ever and by a pretty hit brought VanDerveer Merchant in two and Hale also followed with star gles and two more1 scores were chalked up all four being earned Maloney retired the side by a grounder to Glazebrook No more scores were made on either side until the seventh when with two out Lew Brown made a pretty three bagger and came in on Wintersmiths hit The visitors got their first run in the last half on Merchants error in dropping the ball when he touched Steele out at third the latter coming in on Vernons hit One more was made by the locals in the ninth while the L A Cs made their last effort in the eighth but were only able to bring their total up to two The official score Â¬ ff E Two Base lilts Mathews Three Base lilts L Brown Stolen Bases Lindsey Muthews 2 Merchant Morton Steele L Brown Wintersmith Base on Bulls Off Maloney 2 oft Berry 2 Hit by Pitcher Watts Berry McComb Struck Out By Maloney G by Berry 6 Passed Balls Brown 1 Wild Pitches Maloney 2 Berry 1 Time of Game 1 55 Umpires Rice and Richardson Scorer Lewis WPDXESDAYS GAME THAT GAME AT VERSAILLES The Frankfoits accompanied by quite a number of local enthu- Â¬ siasts went to Versailles Monday fr KM fet ti s K 1 a ft s m jPRANKroirr fi N PV Wintersmith sa Jirown J It VanDerveerrf MercnimtSb Hale ct Maloney p n Totals Lthdfltij n Muthews lib Urowu L c Aa k 4 5 fi la 4 4 4 4 0 1 1 4 4 33 AB 0 0 0 mi 0 0 0 20 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 m 10 3 7 4 1 1 A 0 1 3 0 1 2 0 0 00 0 27 i 0 6 13 A 6 12 0 0 0 1 Htratton rf Vernon It Boone o Glazebrook McComb cf Morton 3b Steele 2b TiZZii L Watts sa A C 4 H 0 a la 0 0 0 an ro 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 11 JC 2 3 0 lb 4 2 8 4 8 4 4 31 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 0 6 0 0 6 1 0 0 0 to play the team of that place and a red hot time they had of it It was a pitched battle from start to MmmwmmEmmmmmfT BBSS IBif PXnBBBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBvBy BBBflVHHL finish and when it was over every Frankfort man who was present felt like giving three cheers and a tiger It was necessaHIBBBBBSBBBBflHHBSBEBBEBMBBBJBH ry to whip nine men at ball playing then to beat the umpire and lastly to stem an audience which for ferocious guying and inability to Aa a la an ro a a Fkanktoht G take defeat gracefully exceeded Lindsey Ht lb 0 1 0 10 0 1 1 4 304 02 Mathews C anything we have ever seen Wintersmith ss 5 2 0 0 3 ft 2 Maloney If 3110210 4 Scraps and angry discussions were Hale cf 201100 de Â¬ The Capital Gas and 4 221052 VanDerveer 3b such a feature of the game that Lindsey N 2b siring to have exhibition of the 5 230000 Swango rf although it was one which could Merchant p of its gas as a fuel for cookino stoves offers 50 7 41 11 13 2 27 15 gas as for cooking played in an Totals ordinarily have been ladies using for cakes following competative hour and a half or an hour and Louisville Legion ab iuln sh to a a 5 Brown If gas as iuei viz upon a gas stove using baked 1 1 5 0 12 0 2 three quarters it took two hours Porcht lb 3b 5 3201 20 Cavanaugh 1 1 1 4 finish it 241 Every Stein ss and a half to 1 5220 PreilSS 2b 2 2 For the best White Cake the sum of 0 50 1 3 4 0 For the 2nd best White Cake the sum of close decision was given to the Hon 0 3 4 Crelghton rf 1 For the 1 1 1 p 0 4 home team and many of them Curry 3d best White Cake the sum of Cameron cf were so manifestly unjust that Totals 7 41 9 12 3 27 14 The contest to be had and even disinterested spectators from Innings 9T 12345G780 0 11 be awarded on 7112000 the Capital of Woodford were Frankfort 020020203 9 Lsulsvlllo Lexlon amazed - X8 Runs Frankfort 1 Legion to the game itself it was Earned Hit Curry As Two Base impossible to play a clean fielding Three Base Hits Swanjo VanDerveer Hord Stolen iBases Mathews 2 Maloney VanDer a ladies by a committee of game under such circumstances veer Swango Mrchant Hord Curry Â¬ 1 on Curry 3 a plan to be by such committe and all the Versailles scores were Bases on Balls Off Merchantby Curry 3 Struck Out By Merchant 3 suring absolute fairness the directly tracable to the errors made Passed Balls Mathews 5 Hord 1 Time of Game 210 Â¬ by the Capital City lads as a reUmpire Richardson Superintendent EC sult of the guying and roasting Scorer Lewis The tale which they received NOTES can best be told by the score which POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK The Georgetown team wiJLcross THE is appended without further combats withthe locals at Thorn Hill BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE ment today at 330 and a good game DIDNT USE Aa a In an ro a a is expectedFhankfokt Maloney and Brown Lindsey lb Mathews 2b t t 52 09 Brown L0 i 0 0 0 0 will be the battery 21 1 S 4 WlnteHmlth ss Two games have been arranged VanDerveer it Swango rt Shelbyville will be 4 0 for next week Merchant Sb 1 0 4 0400 Hale cf 1 1 4 0 0 2 0 here on Tuesday and Lexington Maloney p Decl6 ly 1 27 12 9 on Saturday 38 7 11 Totals I I U IK i i O i nI t Mathews has been hitting the Aa n la an m a k VKAiitLKa LandsberKcf ball in every game He has made Brown J ss McGrewo ten hits in the four played since Reamun 3b 900 5 Prnntnr Ill 1 he joined the team 3 2 6 Merry L 2b 1 1 0a00 5 Ralley U 1 0l00 0 6 Berry T rf Charley Swango has gotten his HALL KY OLD 1 4 00230 Allen P He eye on the ball at last G G 4 1 27 13 V Totals Now is the time to plant promised before the game Wed Innings 12 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 T 7 nesday 2 0 110 0 12 0 to make a hit and his Frankfort Versailles 00300 2 010 G batting was the feature of the Earned Runs Frankfort 3 We have a new and complete stockof Two Base Illta L Blown VvnDervtor Ma- game loney Wintersmith T Berry The home team still make errors StolmBaBej Lindsey 2 Mathews L Brown i Berry 2 T Berry Lnndsberg 3 Hale L but the team play is 100 per cent Bases on B ills Off Moloney 1 On hand and will ask you to give usa call better than it was the first game Hit by PItohor Landsbere Â¬ Â¬ Legion Club came up to play at Thorn Hill Park on Wednesday and was beaten in a game which was only kept from being rather tedious by occasional fine plays The home team made seven scores in the first inning on a single an error a base on balls another error and a triple and four singles in rapid succession and after that it was a foregone conclusion as to who would win the game although the visitors made a great rally in the last inning The batting of Mathews VanDerveer and Swangoi Mathews base running and pretty running catches by Hale VanDerveer and Wintersmith were the most pleasing features of the clubs playing The score The Louisville lSSmmml EPKK rwMtfBBBfTH HUM NOTICE 5120100 10030 the 110301 G the Electric LightCc superiority aa to fuel their premiums its 001100 5000101 G the premiumslto 20 5 tJ30 WEDNESDAY JULY 5 Â¬ after disinterested prescribed in contest in HBTHWflY Â¬ 6110803 5120303 4110201 300 100 01014 - - SAPOLIO 1 I 2110001 410041 4010701 6000430 110 110 W lYIcKEE HARDIE S STAND FRANKFORT Â¬ G arden WMoKEE HAEDIB lnn2Mi --- LANDRETH S --- M Totals 7 J i a lM Struck Out By Moloney Passed Dftlls McGrew Wild Pltch AUen 7 by Allen 7 m Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder 0 L GAYLE 1 MSJISBfeftaw amJmm1mM rai wfiMftb eMwyrratnspa8SMia3aaiinKag33arosBMMBiaaiaatMXfj3 Wo have secured the agency and will keep in stock the follow- Â¬ ing vehicles implements etc Columbus Buggy Co H IJ Bab cock IJ A Mower Lideigh Carriage Co Troy Carriage Go Studebaker Old Hickory and Birdscll Wagons Vulcan Brinly Avery Walton Plows Stoddard Evans Legar Harrows Farmers Friend and Evans Corn Planters McCormick Binders and Mowers Kentucky Grain Drills Monarch and Legar Play Rakes A full stock of Harness Saddles and Gear Field Seeds etc etc if- COULEE cu vumaMtMviwiwKi c35 E SEES ICliTE STOCZ mmmHwmi irnzr iiatmvnmmnmmm J tV IIETjIGIOUS Â¬ I Deaths IM V Burglarized R 4J L f0h 0BPail i 13 t W A MARSHALL GAINES Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay Roberts Mrs Louisa Roberts lor tho pastor preaches at 11 a in died Thursday night at the home svnd 730 p m to morrow as usual Sunday school in theJOhapel at 930 of her son Mr William Roberts on Short street after a protracted m illness aged 64 years The deCatholic Ohukch Rev Father ceased was born and raised in this Â¬ The residence of Mr Jo in S Harrod on South Shelby street was entered by a thief Monday night who got away with Mr Harrods gold watch and sixty five L 6 MA RSHALL 00 twa U J Donloy will conduct the ser Â¬ vices at Church of the Good Shep Â¬ county but after her marriage removed to Shelbyville where she herd to morrow Low mass at 8 a m High mass at lived for many years her hus10 a m and Vespers at 330 p m band being a practicing attorney After Christian Church Rev George in that city and Louisville ZDarsie returned from the State En she became a widow some fifteen deavor Convention Tuesday last and years ago she removed to Belle will preach as usual to morrow at 11 and 8 Morning subject Christian point and continued to live in that jCourage night subject Peter and place and this city until her death Judas or True and False Repent She leaves seven children viz since Mrs Robert Choate Mrs Lew Young Peoples Society of Chris Â¬ G Choate Mrs Annie Reed tian Endeavor in the lecture room at Messrs E J and William f850 Roberts of this city Mrs Kate Episcopal Church The usual Morris of Hatton Shelby county services to morrow will be conduoted by Rev R L McOready the rector Mrs Ella Brymt of Cincinnati The deceased was a most excelPreaching at 11 and 730 lent Christian lady hav ng been a First Presbyterian Church Â¬ Rev J McClusky Blayney D D will member of the Beech Ridge Bapoccupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 tist Church for mote than lorty and 730 years and to her th grive had no The Young Peoples Society of terrors it being bit the portal to Christian Endeavor will meet in the Lecture Room at G45 p m You are the be lutiful life beyond The funeral took place vestor invited day afternoon from the residence Methodist Church Rev H G of her son and the remains weie Henderson will preach to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the interred in the cemetery evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a in Matrimonial Tho Epworth League will conveno Madam Rumor has it that a in the class room at 7 oclock well known young business man Southern Presbyterian Church of this city will claim a bride from tho pastor 3Rev B Clay Lilly occupy his pulpit to morrow among the fair daughters of a city will morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m in the north western part of the Sunday school at 930 State noted for its beautiful women An Intelligent Hound Â¬ Â¬ -- dollars in money Real Estate and Insurance Ags Representing a number of the best Insurance Companies solicit a Real estate bought sold or leased share of the insurance patronage A good line of both city and country property for sale at all times Born In this county on Tuesday May 29 1894 to Mr W S Caplinger and wife a Caplinger OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET m daughter FOR SALE TWO Is very valuable property STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OFGROOMS Lewis street with lot 63 by 106 feet Tills Life Insurance bought and sold and loans negotiated SjY0P0fRG s FOR SALK FOR RENT r vi -- iii moderate price OF THE BEST BUSINESS E3TABLISH ments In the city consisting of good clean stock of goods nnd a well established profltablo trade This Is a fine opportunity for a man with capital STORY FRAME RESIDENCE OF SEv RN rooms on Cross street near Conway This Is very desirable property and will be rented at a FOR SALE PLANTS TO SUPPLY A FINE grade of early cabbage and tomato plants potato pepper celery and other plants In Sweet season Plants are on snle by Ellwanger Bros James Keener and J M Banta T 1 AM NOW PREPARED TWO STORY DOUBLE FRAME RESIDENCE on Cross street near Conway This proper- Â¬ ty has a veiy goad lot Is In an excellent neighbor- Â¬ hood and will be sold at a low figure A JBth tho method and results when Syrupof Figs is taken it la pleasunt Of BNJOYS FOR SAJJeT A 111 FOR SALE and refreshing to the taite and nets l mWO STORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF8 ROOM1 miu iiucius 01 mini uriuKciuii inu Cy n the Kidnejs Is good property and Is ottered at a bargain 7nMy yrt JUviir and iiirei cleanses the sys colds head Â¬ tem Gucctuul aches and fevers aid a vs habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ jnly vcicy oi hj hind ever pro A cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good turnpike which there Is brick uicid iWiiii t tlo l ste and ac dence of 5road upontenement of foura rooms resi and rooms a FARM OF 253 ACRES 3 MILES FROM Frankfort on a good turnpike road with a residence of rooms 2 tenement bouses 2 to- Â¬ bacco and stock barns besides all other neces Â¬ sary Improvements All of Jhe improvements pm Â¬ dJi FORSALE FOR SALE Including the fencing on this property ore new and In first class condition This farm has a quantity of Hue tobacco land and would also make a llrst class stock farm It also hns a young peach orchard of a thousand trees besides other fruit Â¬ o Ini This land Is prompt in all other necessary Improvements Improvements uF 7 ROOMS ON In state of cultivation the property has a lot C7 sitid truly Irinficinl in its area highfine condition and In order to make a EESIDENCE siil In and is well located efieet prepare ouV from tho most uuIck sale will be offered at a bargain heallly ttgi ceuLio substances its t qualities commend it rrn to ui and have made it the most oit f vi FOR SALE HOLMES by 150 teet I ry-c-llcu- al FOR RENT 1 On Sunday evening last Mr Theodore Davis lost a very fine ipair of gold spectacles on the Bald TCnob pike between the first toll gate and Mrs M Walstons store Mr Davis and some friends made a dilligent search for them that afternoon and the next day and advertised for them along the pike To the but failed to find them Mrs Walston a small surprise of hound puppy belonging to Mr Met Smith brother of our County Clerk brought the glasses and case to her store on Thursday with no injury whatever to the Â¬ FARMOFG0AORE3WITH 2 RESIDENCES popular remedy known FRAME COTTAGE OF SEVEN ROOMS ON A and other necessary Improvements two fcjynty of J7is is for sale in 50c miles from Frankfort This property Is all In A Conway street South Side This property Is In grass and would make an excellent Dairy or good repair and we are authorized to rent It at and SI bottles by all leading drug- Garden 15 per month farm gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Hon Anthony Joseph Carroll wishes to of Louisville Speaker of the substitute try it Do not accept any House of Representatives and CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Miss Sarah Frances Holt daugh- Â¬ SAN FnANOISCO CAL LHFINNELL n CHOATE Dandruff Kills NEYJ YORK NY LOUISVILLE KY Formerly of Wakefield Choate of ex Chief Justice William H ter The Hair Holt will be married on WednesA Â¬ Â¬ LB MARSHALL CO Â¬ day evening next at 630 oclock at the First Presbyterian Church After the cerembney an elegant reception will be given the happy pair at the home of the brides parents corner of Shelby and Campbell streets 10ST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 WORMS WHITES CREIM FOR YEARS br OW 3 m Have You Dandruff Have You a QuarterP Give Us the Quar- We PLANING MILL PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL HAVING tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish DOOIIS rs AND Will Save Your Hair HOGSHEAD FACTORY immbw - r J V Fairbanks vermifuge L 20 Has lod all WORM Romodlos BOTTLE niCIUBDSOS KBOICINK C spectacles Why our-roaders Dont You Stop isomo prominent citizen The explanation is Heart Disease Therefore beware If you have any of tho follow- Â¬ ing symptoms Short Breath Pain in SdoIIs Swollen Side Smothurint Ankles Asthmatio Breathing Weak and Hungry Spells Tenderness in Shoulder and Arm Fluttering of Those Heart or Irregular Pulse ssymptoms mean heart disease The most reliable remedy is Dr Miles Now Heart Cure which has Book of tsaved thousands of lives Get your buggy or surry re- testimonials free at J W Gaylea painted and repaired by G H who also sells the New Heart Cure Co Mastin 38 3t 1 Â¬ out the report of tho sudden death of These words are very familiar to as not a day passes with Â¬ Postmaster at Mankato Neb writes us as follows I have taken but one of your Dr Hales House lold 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 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 better and now can take hold and work Have a good appetite and bowels regular iror dyspepsia constipation an aver and kidney troubles etc it has no oqual Only 25c and 50c a package at P H Carpenters drug store a EVERY GUARANTEED1 SOU BY AZX DRUGGISTS Prepared BT 5t x tons Keep Your sdi m m- Quarter May Lose Your Hair Sold by All TABLERSDIff BUCKEYE OINTMENT A rilllJ CURE CO P Druggists feb 10 ly Jit v TIUDE MAIIK LP t N 45 SASH BLINDS FRAMES SHINGLES TURNED WORK STAIR WORK AND ALL KINDS OF as well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and a half blocks from Post Ofllce on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited Finish For a Blouse CHOATE Sept 2 ly FINNELL Miles Nerve and Livor Pills Act on a new principle regulating tho liver stomach and bowels though tho nerves A now discovery Dr Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness bad taste torpid liver piles constipa- Â¬ tion Splendid for men women and children Smallest mildest surest 60 doses for 25 cents Samplesfreeat W Gayles Frankfort Ky Orchard Lawn a - CURES NOTHING BUT PILES GARDEN OF FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL IilULL STOCK vines asparagus small fruits crape shrubs and every thing usually found In a nursery We sell direct to the planter establishment and have no agents Catalogues on application II FH1LLENMEYER Lexington Ky Mar 10 3m known for IB years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES PrepuilbyBISHABBSOiTUED SURE and CERTAIN JK SOID BT ALT HIMGGIST8 CTLOmO Muy ij jy J ly fi WJiW rr v t 1 mHKaBrffjB cs jMgrs Screen Wire Screen Doors and Windows 10000 Bolts Wall Paper at Greatly Reduced Prices Hardware and Wall Paper Harness Saddles and Collars Sherwin and Williams Paints Lead Oils and Colots Iron and Steele Roofing Bar Iron Plows Barbed and 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 Twine of all kinds Binders Twine Fish Hooks and Lines Powder Shot and 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 Cor Main and Lewis Streets A BTjAOK C E M A COLLINS Opposite the Farmers Bank I m IV ft h JOHN ECHOLS when bystanders interfered and rece ITERS ST JOHN IIUYLE As it was the Hobs niicl Attempts to Murder an separated them doughty bookist received a blow WRR Unprotected AVnniun CASH on the side of the head which he THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE Mr Joe Jordan foreman on the will remember for some time and farm of Col C E Hoge near he has probably concluded that Limited Jetts Station came to town one Frankfort is the- - wrong town and day last week leaving his wife at Dago the wrong man to tackle ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE Sometime after he for a fight home alone LOUISVILLE TQ MEMPHIS left a negro man went to the house A Young Groom and inquired forMr Jordan and IS THE JI03T PERFECT SERVICE upon being informed by his wife TO Mr Clarence Rogers of Tioga that he was from home the negro this county and Miss Bertha MEMPHIS asked for something to eat Mrs Vaughan of Lexington eloped to VICKSBURG Jordan told him to wait until her Jeffersonville Indiana Wednes- Â¬ NEW ORLEANS husband returned when she would day where they were married AND ALL POINTS have dinner and would give him The groom is but sixteen years of The negro age while the bride is twenty two what food he wanted South and Southwest then stepped into the house and The young lady was visiting INVITE OUR CUSTOMERS to call at our store and get a demanded that she give him her an aunt and uncle in the neighbor- Â¬ package of McCLURES FAMOUS SQUASH SEED and Rate Tickets and all Information furnished by husbands money but when in- hood of Tioga when the elope- Â¬ Ticket Agent of uny Railway Co If not to the one who brings in the largest squash we will give TEN DOL- Â¬ address formed that there was none in the ment took place LARS in cash to next largest FIVE DOLLARS in cash to smallest W Traveling Pass J McBRIDE Agent house he caught her by the arm THREE DOLLARS in cash to ugliest TWO DOLLARS in cash Louisville Ky Shutting Down and forced her to take everything All to be grown from our seed We have a large and complete stock of T BLYNOH out of a trunk and finding no The few distilleries which have General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky money he told her that he would been running in this section for the WKsmM9 kill her made Mrs Jordan throw past two months are beginning to For spring and summer uear and prices to suit the times her apron over her head and drew shut down The Old Oscar Pep- Â¬ a knife across her throat marking per Distillery of Messrs Labrot McCLTJELE c ASK FOR TICKETS VIA KY He next made her take Graham has stopped running and the skin MIDLAND everything from a bureau drawer Messrs W A Gaines Wm Gaertner T Cos R A White Ransdell TRAINS RUN BY CENTRAL STANDAHD TIME when four dollars was lound u hich Hermitage closes down to day the black scoundrel pocketed and TIAIE TABLE APR I 1894 Fail to do Their Duty again told the lady he intended to AH p x p x TRAINS B AST No 1 No 3 No 7 kjll her ordered her a second time Everybody has at times failed to do their over her face dreds duty towards tuemeslvos Hun Â¬ Lv Frankfort to throw her apron 700 420 a 100 of lady readers suffer from sick Lv Summit 4 26 716 110 Lv Elkhorn 4 32 and just as the poor woman was headache nervousness sleeplessness 711 125 718 4 40 LvSwltzer 140 female Let them follow Lv Stamping Ground 4 61 728 ZOO in the ace of doing so she heard and exampletroubles H Herbrechter the of Mrs 731 Lr Duvall 458 210 Lv Johnson Stevens Point Wis who for Ave 740 504 220 her husbands step at the front of Lv Georgetown B 746 512 235 years suffered greatly from nervous Lv C S Depot 765 520 300 the house and screamed to him to prostration and sleeplessness tried Lv Newtown aoa 6 31 320 Lv Centrevlllo physicians and different medicines 816 5i9 335 kill the black fiend Lv Elizabeth 20 643 345 success But one bottles of without Ar Paris 0 a30 400 5t5 The negro ran out the back Dr MileB Nervine caused sound sleep P UK INO M4 K M P X every night arid she is feeling like a door and Mr Jordan rushed for new person Mrs Elizabeth Wheel Â¬ No 2 TRAINS WEST IN08 INoW Lv Paris C 905 0O6 440 his gun but became entangled in er Laramie City Wyoming who ArEllzabeth 615 915 4F5 tried all other remodieB declares that Ar Centnrvllle 619 920 505 the things strewed about the floor after threo weeks use of the Nervine Ar Newtown 617 923 531 Ar 0 S Depot 940 641 G 560 and did not succeed in getting the for headache nervous prostration B Ar Georgetown 1037 747 645 etc she was entirely relieved Sold Ar Johnson 1147 651 800 weapon down from its place on by J W Gayle Trial bottle free 6 57 Ar Duvall 1153 aiO WHITE RJOTSHELL ED Frrjpa Ar Stamping Ground 1100 703 aso the wall until the negro had gotten 1 7 13 Ar Swltzor 1110 afo 1117 Ar Elkhom 70 9 00 MAIN ST BET NINTH AND TENTH - - LOUISVILLE KY ArSiriimit quite a start on him but followed 1123 726 915 Three Shots Fired A Ar Fi inklort 1130 735 925 MAltK YOUR HOGSHEADS GllEEN ItlVEIt HOUSE as soon as possible and seeing Some person presumably a bur- Â¬ Auction Sales Daily Returns Promptly Made Four Months A connects with L A N that the negro was outfooting him B connects with Q 4 C and LS U connects with K C Storage Free of Charge fired a load of buckshot at his glar was discovered on the roof Â¬ Mx Busams confectionery JggWe refer shippers to Deposit Bank Frankfort Farmers and Drover Shelbyville fleeing form and thinks he wound- of SUNDAY TRAINS Lve Frankfort 900 mArr Georgetown 1000 Jan 20 tf morn- Â¬ Bank of Woodford Versailles Citizens National Louisville in the hip ed him The negro about two oclock Thursday n m Lve Georgetown 1087 Arr Frankfort 1180 a in continued to run and was soon ing and the police made an at- Â¬ The Kentucky Midland Railway and connecÂ¬ Foster Baird tions form the shortest and cheapest route to all concealed in the bushes down a tempt to capture him and fired S B Holmes points north south east and west az After ravine The neighborhood was two shots in his direction For further Information apply to their agents E B WEITZEL C D BERCAW City Ticket Agent Gen Paas Agt scoured in search of the negro but sending one bullet in reply the GEO B HARPER Gen Supt nothing has been seen or heard of party disappeared and no trace of in Fancy Good Toilet Articles Snaps Pcfimerv IHeut Medicines DEALERS agents for Willarcls Couh HaUam Onlensent promptlv to all Ii hiirf since Should he be caught him has since been found N TIME TABLE parts of the city EFTKLfcPHONE RING 44 in that vicinity the courts would A M AM P M P M June 2 ly All Froo SOUTH hardly be bothered with his trial No 17 No19 No 21 No 23 Those who have used Dr Kings New Discovery know ita value and Lv Lexington 845 155 615 Struck the Wrong Mnn 9 01 Yarnallton those who have not have the oppor- Â¬ 212 036 Midway 917 227 6 SO Â¬ tunity to try it free Call on the adver Spring Station 920 235 657 A book agent was in the city tised Druggist and got a Trial Bottle 960 550 3 00 720 Frankfort 10323 617 Bagdad Sena your and address 333 71 jhe first of the week who was just free E Bucklen name Chicago and 1038 634 Pleasurevllle 349 806 Co to H 10 44 6 41 Eminence 357 813 spoiling for a fight and frequently tjet a sample box of Dr Kings New Lagrange 1115 707 435 838 Valley as well a copy of Life Pills Free Peweo 1135 733 448 85 Anchorage boasted of his pugilistic powers 1144 745 45G 9 03 Guide to Health and Household In Ar Louisville 1219 812 520 935 structor Free All of which is He secured an order from Mr guaranteed to do you good and cost Frank Cannon of Crutcher nothing at Phil Carpenters Drug A M P M P It NORTH 4 Starks on Wednesday but before Store No 18 No 20 No 22 Bucklens Arnica Salve WHAT DOES IT MEAN he left the premises Frank decided Lv Louisville 735 410 6 20 330 Anchorage 811 433 654 402 books and follow- Â¬ The not to take the It mean that th Queen tad Creeeent ItonU li IT mllee ihorUil Pevee Vulley 824 448 706 410 best salvo in the world for Outs between Cincinnati1 and Lexington Umilee ihorteit Cincinnati to Bir Â¬ Lagrange 850 515 733 428 mingham 0 mile ihortett Cincinnati to New Orleani j 10 milta inortcii ing him to the street countermand Bruises Soros Ulcers Salt Rheum Eminence 920 542 768 450 Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta or JaokaonTille Florida Pleasurevllle 933 60 806 456 Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Bagdad ed the order At this the fellow Chilblains Corns and all Skin Erup 949 G 05 825 5 0O SOLID VESTIPULED TRAINS 102U Frankfort 635 86 55 tions and positively cures Piles or Spring Stutton 1045 became insulting and threatened 920 559 between alt of tho abort poind Through Cut to Vlckibur anil StirtYO Midway Only lino running through can Cincinnati to KnoxtilU ami port i9 0 0S 105 no pay required It is guaranteed to AihtTllla N O Direct lino tq Teiai and litiico via Now OrUasa or Yarnallton 1111 946 621 to do him up Frank stood give satisiaotion or money- refunded rla Shraveport 4k agent about tours to California From LouUtIU Ar Lexington 1180 10O6 6 40 BhelbyrllU and Lawrcncebura- direct connection it made at Islington 25 cents per the abuse until an offensive epithet Price Carpenter box For sale by vlth veiUbulod tralaa to all polite HoutB 8 ly W 0 niNEARSOW Phil No 24 will stop at Anchorage and was applied to him when he denl Paiir Agent Cincinnati O Christintisburg passengers for for IADIES slapped the face of the would be Needing a tonic or children who wont build Lexington and points beyond QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE lnir ud should tako N08 17 10 and 31 oonneot nt Lagrange pugilist and closing in upon him drown8 moN bittkiis for CJinolnnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot as rapidly spoiling his beauty at Anchorage for Bloomfield Branch mend OlU U IVEN e5r -- AWAY C0 8 Be mentis V Boot Shoe Hat and Book Dealers Â¬ WE Boots Mm5i9 E SON Kentucky Midland Ey I I I I I I resri Eiver Tobacco Warehouse 17 109 23 90 Â¬ - - SZ8fi tfc Wrr tVt 8 V e fiLi W4 made him tho champion of the weak against tho strong If she wore an Trial erring easily tempted girl it was his duty to save her from herself If as he A lady friena sends ua the following claims she tempted him what right article from the Union Signal with had he a Christian Man to yield to tho request that wo publish the sumo such temptation to What right had he f having yielded cover up by fraud It is with a figh of infinite relidf by lying by false promises by per Â¬ that wo write finis over against tho sistent hypocrisy for nine long years record of crime hypocrisy and pollu during which ho posed as a model tion which nas uecn draKgnig its nil man his own pollution THo cries ol some slime through our courts andhis own children whom ho tore from through our press for tho past six the arms of her who however sinful was still their mother and consigned weoKs Nor is that feeling of relief duo to without a single parental instinct the fact that Colonel Breckinridge to the hands of strangers condemn has been found cuiltv lie did not him as being without heart and need the verdict of twelve men to de without moral senso The personclaro him guilty His sentence had ification of cruelty and hypoc Â¬ boon pronounced by a deeper a more risy ho must remain through thoages nnmistakakablo voice Out of his Compared with him the woman tho own mouth the mind and conscience partner in his guilt walks in white One lot- - Boys Shirt Waists Mens PK Bosom White Dress of the American people had judged blameless to 13 only Yes it has really come to pass that Mm and though tho jury had unani- Â¬ Shirts Monarch only 4 mously acquitted that judgment for once in the worlds history it is would not have been reversed the man who stands in tho midst of It is without doubt a cause for pro the indignant throng while humanity One large lot Childrens Wash Mens Negligee Shirts found thankfulness that tho jurors writes his condemnation Pants spoke so clear and swift a sen Â¬ Let not that condemnation be from tence that tho guilty man receives womans lips as absolutely merciless BjWHJIjjjjjjjjjj Monarch Brand only condemnation at tho court of jus- Â¬ as the one he has been pronouncing tice as well as at the tribunal of upon her since the world began It is One large lot Boys Suits old public opinion but our chief cause hard to pity a whited sepulcher but style ages 4 to 11 for rejoicing to day lies in the iact after all a whited sepulcher demands that any verdict has been pronounced pity from the very fact that it is what i StXLd that tho trial is ended that this mass it is an attempt to cover up cor Â¬ Were sold for 800 Mens All wool Suits Double 2 50 to of moral corruption can no longer ruption Let us be careful that it be 350 flaunt its insistent existence in the not because the man is condemnod and Single Breasted were 18 sight of high heaven that being of that we rejoice but because we Si 5 and 12 go at the earth earthy of death deathly recognize in the very fact that the One large lot Boys All wool Short of prutrefaction prutrid it may at man can bo thus condemned a better Pants Suits ages 5 to 14 least be consigned to its only true hope for both man and woman environment the charnal house of After all in the truest sense men Double Breasted These are the greatest values we have been greater sufferers than oblivion We shall not undertake to review women through the false social code go at 3- - Worth 5 and 6 ever offered the disgusting details of the case which has condoned in the one what We speak to a consistency which it has condemned in tho other Men does not come under Judge Uradleys more than women have boon wronged sweeping indictment against human by tho damnable theory of wild oats buzzards Tho Union Signal would Buwuig jay jubt bo niucu as sin nas lave its readers of too pure 03es to been mado easy for them have they behold iniquity save as ihe Son of lost their chance of attaining righte Man beheld it that through behold- Â¬ ousness By just so much as sin has ing he mights redeem from it If been made hard for woman her there were in this case no lessons of birthright of purity has been made Talue to us in our work for God and more secure Therefore when tho Home and Humanity we surely sinful man is cast without thocamp should not touch upon it Because even more pronouncedly than is the wo believe there are such lessons we sinful woman it means the bringing dare the descent into Hades and in of a better hope for the world It itfV strange to say the lessons we find means that when it is once under are cuiefly of encouragement and stood that the men and women sink cheer First we learn that there is to tho same level of degration it will 41 sure growth in the public mind re- Â¬ be demanded that they rise to the garding the one moral standard for same height of purity men and women Whatever may be That white haired man going out ones individual opinion as to the con- Â¬ of the court room friendless and duct of the associated press in send- Â¬ alone as so many women have gone ing the details of tho case broadcast out of like places marked the be- Â¬ over the land there can be but one ginning of a new era in the worlds opinion as to the manner in which redemption Now is the salvation of humanity nearer than we had be Â¬ those details have been received Tho American people almost to a lieved unit have condemned Colonel Breck Â¬ Our last lesson has been not only inridges defence as unworthy of the exceeding sinfulness but the manhood It is not the women of exceeding misery of sin to the sinner our nation alone who have denounced Is any woman likely to follow Colonel Thompsons detestable as- Â¬ Madeline Pollards example through sumption that the defendant was on envy of her happiness Is any man trial for a universal sin The men likely to find in Col Breckinridges aiot primarily of the churches but life his ideal of what makes life worth men of the world men of the secular living If there be nothing else press men of the Union League Club written all over this lurid record of jnen high and low have cried out two sinful lives it is the old and yet in the depth of it divine philosophy against it as a personal insult Not the women of our nation alone the ever new message kThc wages of ueatu to Happiness but the men as well have risen to sin is aeatiu thank and bless Judge Wilson for his death to hope death to love death to clear unfaltering statement that all possibilities of life here and here there is but one code of moral purity after Was there ever an example of i The Direct and Popular Line to To those nigner powers more wantonly squan- Â¬ for men and women alike Not happiness but such dered who have watched this trial with the j anemory- of an instance not a decade misery such shame such reproach ago when charges of a somewhat such confusion such beggarly equivo- Â¬ i similar nature were brought against cations and dastardly hypocrisies as an aspirant for public honors the the very devil who inspired could i growth of sentiment upon this line almost pity Verily the way of the trans- Â¬ is nothing less than phenomenal Surely it presages the dawning of a gressor is hard and it grows harder i And all Points NORTH and WEST as men know more clearly the way brighter day i The eecond lesson is of like nature of the Lord for body mind and soul Ibut is one which Alls us with a still in the individual and in society as a i Vestjbuled Trains gladder surprise and it consists in the whole The Christianity of the days i to come will make it an easy thing fact that we seem to be approaching Dining Car Services 41 day in the worlds history when tho for a truly repentant sinner to come i man more than the woman is to re- Â¬ back to God and truth but for those Palace Chair Cars i ceive public condemnation if it be who flaunt their brazen immorallity Â¬ Pulman Buffet Sleepers olearly proven that he more than and putrescent hypocrisy in the face i she is responsible for guilt Madeline of the world there shall be found no i Pollard has not posed as a saint We place for repentance And Only First Classs Accommodations There are other minor lessons to be have no desire to lessen her manifest i For Further Information Address A disgraced woman gathered from this trial To us these sinfulness i guilty in the sight of God and mun three are are the pivotal ones and we pitiful to a degree which God only rejoice that they are brought out in i Surely BLSrjan CPA W ft CruU can know but which those who see such unmistakable colors God most clearly because pure in however deep the depths of depravity OUT 15 heart can dimly apprehend she revealed by this trial there is hope LOUISVILLE KY i We have long known stands to day God himself cannot for the race i A curse from the heart of her that which she has OR five back to cannot restore what she that womanhood is very bitter and salt SOLID OAK Eternity i so wantonly thrown away ThiB we and good but when that curse shall ihas t i all know this is the orthodox stand- Â¬ be increased in volume and intensity Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 point from which tho fallen woman by one equally bitter and salt and i has been viewed since the world good welling up from the heart of i r we began We would not have her manhood and directed against all viewed otherwise Not a mistaken false and debasing moral standards i ot-x-r Qiiifn anil nnM n4r s4 condoning but a true valuation of against all impurity and unrighteous- Â¬ uuiuo sin can alone bring ness everywhere then the end of womans to her salvation from sin But in this the curse shall be forever attained trial side by side with the fallen and in the light of the new oity woman there has appeared a new decending out of Heaven from God I have for sale 2000 A No factor the fallen man and behold every curse shall be no more wo And that he is regarded as an 1 CEDAR POSTS For 9100 Reward 9100 object of greater abhorrence than is further particulars apply to Tho public mind actually dis she Jfc me on my premises The readers of tho Roundabout criminates between the proportionate guilt of tho man of fifty the husband will be pleased to learn that T N Arnold of a loving wife the father of chil there is at leant oho dreaded disease Feb 2 tf dren the Christian philanthropist that science has been able to oure in all the silver tougued advocate of high its stages and that is Catarrh Hallja moral ideals tho man who had been Catarrh Cum is tho only positive oujre BOOK elected by the franchise of his native now known to the medical fratornity State to a position of honor and re- Catarrh being a constitutional die Shorthand and Penmanship sponsibility in our national life it ease requires a constitutional troat We recently prepared books on tne above es AasrpE3 agkejin-Xs tnenij Halls Catarrh Ouro i taken pecially adapted toUoMK8TUiv discriminates we say between this Sent on GO t i days trial Hundreds huve been benefited hun man and a woman of twenty who at internally acting direqtly upon the dreds of dollars by ordering our publications ibost could have known but little of blood and raucous surfaces of the Why not you Should you latoT decide to enter our college life who came to him for counsel as system thereby doetroyinx the foun you would receive credit for the amount paid the friend of her dead father And datiqn of tho dis6aseand giving the Four weeks by our method of teaching book loI the discrimination is in favor of patient strength by building up the keeping Is equal to 12 weeks by tho old plan ON MAINSTEET TO assisting nature in POSITIONS GlMIUNTEED Ulldnr Cfirtflln rnnrlltlnnu constitution the woman as against the man Send for our Free Illustrated BOnaco catninmin doing its work The proprietors Society at large not religious and state your wants Address J FDiuuanoN society alone dare boldly to say havejeo much faith in lmr curative i icoiuuui jjtuukuuu u rmcucui uusiness uouego He is more guilty than she He poweral that they offer One Hundred und School of Shorthand and Telegraphy Nash ville Teun Eleven Teachers COO Students tho His very manhood made him the Dollars for any oubq that it falls to post rear No vacation Enter nnytlrao Cheap nf rightful friend of every unprotected ouro Send for list of tealiraonlsus IlOAItl P JOHBptJBYOpi N B We pay 5 cash for vacancies as book woman His own fatherhood made BSFThey will fill this spaqe with an entire new advertisement in a keepers stenographers teachers etc reported toÂ¬ Toloio him the father of a universal cirl- - Sold by draggteta 76c us provided we nil same Mention this paper a fcood Tho vows of Christ upon him short time when you write lollard-Xh-cckinrldxc -- SomcTjcssoiiH From the M IM TEMEXT 10 WE WILL 22C DAYS a- - SELLIM CASH f Â¬ a V 75c 48c m v t 150 3 and 10 N t With every 15 cash sale and over we give a splendid watch reliable good timekeeper r am rV m m CRUTCHE AND STARKS -- m FW asE te3e- 3 I JOE T STATED A C0 of MONON ROUTE - t Have purchased the entire stock CHICAGO trl a FURNITURE Of Frankfort Furniture Manu facturing Co Prices From 10 to per ct M SUIT OHEVAL Come now and look Ts1 uvoi Qff uououcauo to sell in ihe next few months 1 jjj 1500 1800 have 100 i Mr Posts SK1 226 ANN STREET 7 r-r tAAA-ArAAAAAAAA-AAAA- Â¬ J - Â¬ JACOg SWIPERT iasrsxjK -- CO KEEPING Â¬ Â¬ Have Removed From the Bafzell Building a4 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement the Genital Hntel XI n m iii - Â¬ I ft