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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tHMBHIDHnwlffiVQSviiT f i9vHWiw J3 jWfrysTTWiW p Qr vvif SdEBMffiRTOKIIXPrflAKiHflPMMHMIMR THE FRANKFORT BOUHDABOU GEO A LEWIS Publisher A WfifeKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In VOL XYIIL FRANKFOBT KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1894 THE COIiOR BEARER And Other Celebrated Paint Â¬ ings at Lexington S The Color Bearer by Schry ver one of the most noted paintings in the Art Galleries of Cincin- Â¬ Â¬ ML GIFT That is what a good many will Say A pound of the Royal 3 nati s Baking Powder will raise more flour ajid make it into ourer food than a pound of any other baking powder V represents a dramatic and heroic scene of the field of battle and is full of life and action and is one of the paintings at which the visitor never tires of looking The best private Art Galleries of Cincinnati have contributed their finest paintings to the Lexington Exposition and the Art Gallery will be composed of noted paintings and not the work of Â¬ Art Gallery of the Lexington Manufacturers Exposition It will be on exhibition in the g ameteurs Some of the paintings which will be on exhibition are valued at 12000 and the lover of art will My analyses show that of all the powders tested the Royal is the richest and purest yielding the largest amount of leavening gas The Royal contains neither lime ammonia A nor alum g n have something which will delight him while he is gaining informa Â¬ tion about the number and ex- Â¬ tent of the manufacturers of his own State The Exposition opens December 17 and will continue Greatly reduced j three weeks fares on all railroads NOW t I SAY Goods If You Want Hatton Miss Gertie Miller has returned Suitable For home after a pleasant visit to her uncles at Frankfort There is a new tollgate going up on the Devils Hollow pike at Bob Youngs w mw a mr wa w hh v ws vh Lad Honnaker has got a winter ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 106 WALL ST NEW YORK job with the bridge gang flll Look out Ladf and dont fall off JarvJpfirock section Foreman Lest-Pricehere S boast of having the best section on the Lexington branch Mr Richardson Robbed Council Proceedings which are exceedingly fine and de- Â¬ Go To Mr Roberts has returned home lightfully flavored They are of The regular meeting of the from St Louis and will soon have Some petty thief broke the the Parson Brown variety which his building completed and then glass in the front door of the are considered the best raised in Common Councit was held Tues- will have a full line of goods day afternoon instead of evening His son Sidney Roberts will grocery of Mr N F Richardson that section Mrs Richardson and was devoid of interest travel fojrthe house on Bridge street Tuesday night has been very successful with her 11 The finance Committee recom- Â¬ went in and stole a small lot of grove and has found it a profitable Mr Ira P Wetmore a prominent fa real estate agent of San Angelo Tex ogars and about one dollar and investment A large portion of her mended the transferring of interest as has used Chamberlains Colic fifty cents in change left in the crop was shipped here last season money to the amount of 1800 to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in his un 214 St Clair St nnxt rinnr I0 family for several cash drawer leaving seven dol- Â¬ and disposed of at a good figure the Revenue Fund proper the required and alwaysyears as occasionwith perfect sueR K McCluTB money not being needed for other cess He says I find lars in the till which he did it a perfect uses cure for our baby when troubled with AVill Receive a Pension As there is more not see colic or dysentery I now feel that An ordinance appropriating a my outfit is not complete without a on Bridge street in front passing A bill was passed by the United certain sum contracted for in the bottle of this Remedy at home or on G of the store at all times of night a trip away from States Senate on Wednesday entertainment of the Press Associa- Â¬ trail uarpenterhome For sale byÂ¬ Boutn side Drug than on any other street in South gist TKCE- policeman granting to Mrs Katherine Todd tion had its first passage Frankfort and the widow of Gen The price of the Old Bridge The Gas Committee recommendstationed on that side of the river Crittenden Etchings has been reduced to S5 is more frequently to be found in Thomas L Crittenden a pension ed that an electric light be placed Only a lew left the vicinity of the store than any of one hundred dollars per monjth at the intersection L Holmes Fruits nuts and cakes of all AdoptecR where else the thief seems to Mrs Crittenden was born and High streets kinds at M Busams 231 Ss raised in this citv being a sister The Gas Committee was instructhave been a pretty slick citizen 12 4L of the lat Captain Harry I Todd ed to investigate the comparative Clair street 334 MAIN STREET 31111 Rebuilding the and has many rel ttives here She cost of lighting the city by elec Â¬ Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma FRANKFORT KV is m iking her home at present in tricity and by gas Mr Ad Pilkiwgton has pur- Chiciiyo The sale of 50 worth of stonfc chased a portion of the lot upon from the old pier was ratified by Now Military Company which the Rule Whitmore saw the Council and planing mill stood fronting l r tu yuuny men ui uic Liiy uavc After transacting the regular a 11c on Murray street and lying upon routine work the Council adthe river for two thousand dol Â¬ organized a new military company journed lars and has commenced to re- Â¬ and at a meeting held on Tuesday Make your whole family hippy by a present of a Carriage Surry He still evening elected the following build the planing mill Any one who has children will re Â¬ or Buggy Noel Gaines Captun joice with L B Mulford of Plainfleld has a stock of dressed lumber on officers N J His little boy Ave years of age hand with which he can suppy Lyman Graham First Lieutenant was sick with croup For two days various remedies the trade until his mill is and Albert Kirtley Second Lieu and nights he triedfriends and neigh Â¬ tenant The company has not recommended by thought sure I bors He Bays1 ready to commence operations yet been mustered into the State would lose him I had seen Oharaber lninB Cough Remedy advertised and service Up Thoy Go thought I would try it as a last hope and am happy to say that after two doses he slept until morning I gave Messrs Kelday and Galiher Recovers His Speech it to him next day and a cure was ef representing the insurance com- Â¬ Alphonce Hempling fected I keep this remedy in the of Summit panies were in the city last week township Butler Co Ponn made an house now ana as soon us any of my children show signs of croup I give it twelve-year-olrerating the city and we may affidavit that his St Vitus Danceson to them and that is the last of it 25 who had had for Get a Harness Saddle Buggy Robe or Pair of Leggins They look for a raise in insurance rates twelve years lost his speech was and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil Carpenter South Side Druggist are sure to please them Have your vehicle cured after never a reduction as the insur- Â¬ completely Dr Miles using three bottles of Restorative painted and repaired by Fresh candies and holiday goods ance companies are not built that Nervine and also recovered his speech to won- Â¬ received daily at M Busams 231 Thousands testify way derful cures from using it for ner St Clair street i2 4t vous diseases dyspepsia nervous debility dullness confusion of mind Fine Oranges Large stock of toys on hand headache c Four doses of this Nervine oured Mrs W E Burns and daily increasing the same Mrs Frank B Richardson has South Bend Ind who had been Am selling them at bottom prices sent us a sample lot of oranges suffering with constant headache forÂ¬ M Busam three months Trial bottle and ele grown upon her place in Florida gant book free at J W Gayles 4 i2 4t 231 St Clair street Dec 8 6m Prof of Chemistry Kentucky School of Medicine m Sf m Christmas -w mj v m Ifr Presents s j At The Â¬ rr orcfn GTriuG nHnini r n H MATTEEK Â¬ Â¬ Pbigiagler Â¬ 1 1 Useful Presents - Â¬ Â¬ For The Boys d h Â¬ t ft Bud t Harness Works AXff rv dkm v11 y- - fJtV 1 ifrt 9md A DECIDED CUT V - tJU cut ca 12 Kn ka E5 i g l ta on ca u eb ca ca m wj rn tiJ en na aa iau We are offering the greatest bargains in Clothing ever known in this city 11 II Every mans Suit and Overcoat every boys Suit and Overcoat every pair pants rn have been marked down to prices that will make them go If you are in need of ua nil 13 ft iSpSSBsftT ta nn tjti eei ta olothingI ran eei 12a is I i ta ns QE3 EH ram tia ea ea ca ea KB of it this winter come Or you If i lookifat ourwill be in need give you prices that will to us and buy now are you will goods we will satisfy you that we offering ca g ESH ta en ta en ta na ta ca ta ca isn ca en ta ea ta en ea ta ea tor 8 THE GEE A TEST BARGAINS In Clothing ever known in Frankfort have too many goods tailoring department i 11 V ta en ta en ta CB ta ea ta ea ca B en The reason for this big cut is that we ta tata The same big cut in prices has also been made in our ea ea ta BB ta ea ta ea ta ea ta E3 ta en ta en 4 ft if - HUDSON HUM PHRIES PERSONAL Missouri returned Monday morning I BaEnraeaBaencneciennaeBenBaearBRBenRaBarsaenrnnBBBBBcnrnraracneaeBRBenra tatatatatatatatatatatatataCatatatatatatatatatatatatatacatutatatacacata having had enough of the West Mr John R Prentiss of Versailles Col Thomas Rodman left yesterday was in the city Wednesday morning for Hopkinsville having Miss Mary Ely left Wednesday for been summoned by a telegram an Philo Illinois to visit friends nouncing the dangerous illness of Miss Birdie Szymaneki who has the wife of his brother Dr James been ill is well and out again Rodman The Misses Pepper will give a Hon John K Hendrick and wife of Garman during Christmas week Smithland Mrs Eleanora Moore Mrs Annie Brown Walcutt is lying Goodman and Mr Ferd VanDerveer very ill at her home near this city of Louisville attended the Grayot Mrs Geo T Stagg has returned VanDerveer wedding in this city from a visit of several weeks to New Wednesday York Mr RW McRery and wife have re Howa This turned from a visit to friends in We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Dayton Ohio ward for any case of Catarrh that Mrs Kate Mauer of Washington can not be cured by taking Halls City is visiting her sister Mrs Catarrh Cure F J CheneyCo Props Toledo O VanDerveer on Shelby street We the undersigned Jiave known Â¬ Mrs Mary R Haff returned Satur- F J Cheney for the last 15 years and day evening from a visit of several believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finan Â¬ weeks to friends in New York cially able to carry out any obliga Â¬ Mr W J Lewis of Woodlake re- Â¬ tions made by the firm turned yesterday from a visit of sev- Â¬ West Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo eral weeks to relatives at Paris Walding Ohio Kinnan Marvin WholeÂ¬ Tennessee sale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ Mrs Anna P Edwards of Cincin Â¬ nally acting directly upen the blood nati Ohio is visiting her parents and mucous aurfheas of the svstem Mr and Mrs James A Ledridge on Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Cross street druggists Mr John Grayot of Livingston At Cost At Cost county attended the wedding in this city on Wishing to close out my stock Wednesday of millinery I am now offering Misses Josie Hughes of this city goods at cost and less than cost and Lucy and Daisy Hughes of this Mrs Maggie J Hallnan county have been visiting friends in December I 1894 I33t Eminence this week Mrs H B and Miss Annie Sanders The Queen and Crescent Route of Louisville were the guests of Mr D 0 Hardin and wife on Cross Invites inquiries in regard to Sum Â¬ street Saturday and Sunday mer Resorts on its line in the pictur- Miss Alleen Muldoon of Louisville esque mountains of Kentucky Ten The line who has been the guest of Mrs 0 W nessee and Alabama fields Saffell on Second street the past two passes near the famous battleRidge at Mill Springs Mission weeks returned home yesterday Ohickamauga and Lookout Mountain Mr Geo F Stickney and bride have They are surrounded by charming at Burnside gone to Cincinnati to remain until summer resting places Cumberland Falls High Bridge Â¬ after the holidays visiting his par- - Rugby Rhea Springs Lookout Mounents Major Amos Stickney and wife tain Springville Alabama and other points Charming Miss Alice Trabue has been select Â¬ Low railroad rates ed as the maid of honor to represent mountain homes Perfect rest and Frankfort at the Satellites Ball which quiet invite correspondence cheer Â¬ We will take place in Louisville at the fully giving the information desired Gait House on the 28th for the purpose of having you arrange to spend your summer reoreation on Mr Thos J Holder and family our line who left here about a year ago to W 0 Rinbaeson G P A Cincinnati Ohio make their home in Kansas City Â¬ ta BaBaBaBaBaEaBBBaeaBaBarnBaKanaeaBBnaraBaBaBaBBBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBa tatatatatacatatatatatatatatatatatatatatatatatataeatatatatatatu Go CASSELL ea ta ea ta ea BE ea ea ea ta ea ta ea tl Sam 0 Johnson Offer for the ITT Christmas Trade fe v J 100 styles of beautifully decorated plates 135 styles of cups and saucers at the great reduction of Japanese 2 per cent discount and saucers for 5 cents up cups i4-3t- - Millinery We offer our stock at cost and Must Close out less than cost this stock by January 1st Co Sam D Johnson M 3t 1 Â¬ miMsMmmrmmimwM III 2 wr Cloaks Cloaks Everything in this department will be sold at cost to close out stock Co Sam D Johnson l ipFMC I JI Lafc 1 isflj DECEMBER 10th AND CONTINUES FOR THRU WciKt H 3t Dress Goods Our stock of fine novelty suits and plain woolen dress goods will be sold at cost until January 1st Co Sam D Johnson Reduced Rates on all Railroads SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS Every Night of the Exposition LEXINGTON KY -9 Grayot-Van-Derve- er i4 3t W IVlcKEE HARDIE DRUGGIST Chesapeake NEW TORS TON Ohio Ry WASHING PHILADELPHIA BOSTON and all Eastern Cities HALLS OLD STAND FRANKFORT KY We keep a full line of DRUGS AND PATENT MEDICINES And cordially ask our friends to give us a call Shortest Line between FRANKFORT LEXINGTON and EASTERN POINTS Time card In effect May EAST BOUND 18 1894 815am Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun P Vestlbuled Express No 24 dally Sterling Accom No 28 dally ex Sun 530 p m Mt Air Lexington Mt Sterling Accom No 27 dally ex Sun7 50a m 1116 a m Atlantic Express No 21 dally Midland Accom No 26 dally ex Sun 4 KX v u 600 pm 28 dally Vestlbuled Express No Folld Vestlbuled Trains with Dining Cars Only 26 hours Frankfort to New York via this route Both through trains run via Frankfort No Bus transfers O W BARNEY D P A Lexington Ky C BRYAN HW FDLLEB Asst Oenl Pass Act Genl Pass Agt Cincinnati Washington D 0 WK8T BOUND F F V Express No22 dally Lve Lexington 1160 am W MoKEE HAEDIE Jan 21 C L GAYLE H YOU WILL REALIZE THAT THEY LIVE WELL WHO LIVE CLEANLY IF YOU USE Dee 16 1 SAPOLIO 4a uSStt -- N I y- - jft- W Kt w asL wit n 0F THAT ARE USEFUL NEEDFUL BEAUTIFUL AND AT THE LOWEST PRICES l CHRISTMAS AND HOLIDAY PRESENTS Watches Clocks Sterling Silver and Silver plated Ware Fine Gold Jewelry Gold headed Canes and Sterling Silver Novelties Rich Cut Glass and Bronzes WiLTOHZIS eXXTVH-3Tar-A-E3- 7 J -3 The Genuine Rogers goods and at pricJBl for themselves yt jmtr 1 1 speak dozen dozen dozen dozen dozen dozen Knives triple plate Table Spoons fancy Table Spoons plain Tea Spoons fancy Tea Spoons plain Sugar Shells Butter Knives Forks triple plate 75 75 haf Gold Filled guaranteed for 20 years Si 2 50 to 20 Gold Filled guaranteed for 15 years 800 to 15 1800 to 125 14 K Solid Gold Brooches Earrings Scarf Pins Rings Cuff Buttons 2 200 100 50 50 50 half hIf 125 half half half each each These Watches are fitted with Elgin or Waltham movements and are absolutely the lowest priced reliable Watches in the city Boys Watches Chatelaine Watches Heart Lockets in Diamonds Gold and Rolled Plate Lock Bracelets Necklaces Watch Charms Studs Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses Opera Glasses Â¬ 3400 to 12 500 to 12 -- M A Advice SELBfiftT the lading jeweler 233 ST CUJR ST8BBTX- of feed for cattle andhorses from the refuse still slop which for- Â¬ By merly was thrown away a new process the slop is dried into cakes which make a very nutritious food for stock of all kinds and its manufacture will turn into money material which been worthless has heretofore gener- Â¬ distilleries waste around ally being run into streams or thrown out upon the ground where the stench arising from it was a nuisance to the neighbor- Â¬ Guitar Instruction and Piano Tuning J Henry Brady teacher of guitar will give lessons in Sax the tons celebrated method latest and most approved Pianos tuned and repaired First class references furnished For terms c aoply at 318 Clinton street 45 tf i r- I What you sow that shall you reap And where a 111 there is a nay So take a look before you leap And in the sunshine make thy hay Never stop to say you cant But keep the middle of the lane For wllfull waste makes woefuli want And sunshine always after rain Put not your trust In any king But to the great aspire Jl bird that can should always sing No smoke without some fire Never seek to gain by force The happy man must ever toll A straw will tell the breezes course A pot you watch will never boil Work before you think of play For steep the hills we must ascend But know that Fate will find a way And long the road that has no bend Pick the beam from out thine eye And plant potatoes by the moon But never spill the milk and cry A little horse is curried soon Dont climb a hill before Its reached Or kick before you feel the spur But always practice what youve preached Neer tender handed sleze a burr A child thats burned the fire will dread And evil deeds are hid at night One half a loaf is still some bread The dogs own hair will cure the bite well And when you catch a black cat But you have heard the adage old That In the horse the blood will tell And silence oft is reckoned gold Always mind your own affairs But try to see behind the paint For shadows often come from hairs And many things seem what they aint Dont lock the stableafter loss Or bite at every tempting bait A rolling stone will get no moss But all things come to them that wait And never say I told you so For that Is hard to bear And never to u goats house go Unless in search of hair Bemember In the sea of blue Full many lis lies wait the net And If the anglers tales be true The larger ones are swimming yet 11 DO YOU RUN A DAIRY If so you can save money by using the PEOftlA GLUTEN FBfiD It increases the quantity and quality of milk and can be fed at a cost of five cents per day A cow increases in milk more than pays for feed Messrs Crutcher Moore and Mr George C Shaw will be pleased to have you call and investigate its qualities Â¬ drens shoes prices The onliest place to find chil in all styles at lowest Meaghek Marshall corner of E L Stanton Mgr of State Agency Dec 15 3m Apply next door 14 tf Holiday goods of all kinds at This institution is steadily growM Busams confectionery 231 St ing in numbers and large acces- Clair street i2 4t sions are expected after the holiLarge line of ladies Rochester days A college of this grade and and Cincinnati fine shoes at so efficiently managed is an honor Meagher Marshalls to the community and well dem serves the favor shown it For fine portraits and platino A rich entertainment by the aristo photos go to Matterns pupils in the Elocution and Del Studio where you will find a large sarte classes is to be given next assortment of elegant new frames Friday evening the 2ist at 730 suitable for holiday presents Get in your orders early Physicians Puzzled H G Mattern i2 4t Many persons are unable to sleep hood Broadway and Wilkinson For Rent Cottage Frankfort College Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 33 V Best Indigo Blue Calico Best Colored Laiico Good Canton Flannel Good Bed Ticking Heavy Yard Wide Brown Cotton Yard Wide Bleached Cotton good Good Comfort 2 Yards Wide Sheeting 414 cents y2 5 10 5 5 F Sudden Death Thousands testify to its Mr Bartley Pierce one of the value as a cure for Heart Disease Ohas Boney Loveland Col oldest residents of the Forks of Mrs its effects on her were marvelous says Elkhorn neighborhood died sud- Â¬ Elegant book on heart disease free 4 ma m denly at his home Thursday aged Advertised Letters at Frankfort He was a bachelor 75 years Kentucky with no children and Mr Joseph Holton had made his home with Below will be found a list of adver For a number of tised letters for the week ending him for years Dec 15 1894 years he had charge of the Wood Anderson Mr Johnson Mrs M D Andrew lake Farm when owned by Mrs Lary Miss Marae Bryant Mr Col J Russell Butler but when Lally D Andrew Lumfort Miss Bell M D rethat lady sold the place and Lyza Bennett Miss turned to Louisville to live he Funnio Morton Miss Mrs Katherine purchased a small farm lying be- Â¬ Baker John Lou Owens Mrs Jane Cash tween the Forks of Elkhorn and Edner Emanuel Rolery Joseph Roush J H Switzer where he has since re- Â¬ Davis Miss Jennie Smith Miss Gorman Mr H Jennie He had no kindred and Garling Mr sided Spillman Mattie James made his will some years ago Haul Miss Lucy Thomasson Mr John leaving all he had to Mr Holton Henry Will Hobbs Charles L Thomas W A Williams Charlie Jones J B Wrogat Jas M A Perfect Success Jubiri Mme Wright Wm calling for these letters say When The initial dance of the German S B Holmes P M advertised Club given at the Capital Hotel Thursday evening was a delighi The Modern Mother were a number ful affair There her little ones are of young people present from Has found that improved more by the pleasant Paris and Lexington and the Gerlaxative Syrup of Figs when in man was admirably led by Mr A need of the laxative effect of a Sam D Johnson and wife remedy than by any other feature of these dances this season gentle and that it is mo e acceptable to is that they commence promptly them Children enjoy it and it at 830 oclock and close at 1230 benefits them The true remedy Syrup of Figs is manufactured by To Make a Now Feed the California Fig Syrup Co only Gayles Â¬ Â¬ The cause has on their left side long been a puzzle to physicians Metropolitan papers speak with great interest of Dr Franklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist in nervous and heart diseases who has proven that this habit arises He has ex- Â¬ from a diseased heart amined and kept on record thousands of cases His New Heart Cure a wonderfnl remedy is sold at J V Scotts Colds tore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs 75 12 iA Emulsion the cream of Cod liver Oil with Hypophosphites is for goods This is the lowest price ever mad on these A large stock of Drvy G oods cheaper than ever known Coughs J Oct 6 3 m L RODMAN SON Crowing Children Poor Mothers Milk Scrofula in fact for all conditions call- ing for a quick and effective nourishment Saul for Pamphlet Free Y Consumption Loss of Flesh Emaciation Weak Babies Anaemia Black FINE 60c and 1 Hursey DEALERS IN ScottBowneN AIIDrugglstt HHS and A COMPLETE LINE OF SOLE FOR RENT FARM LATELY OCCDPIED BY A W Cromwell one half mile east of Frankfort on Versailles turnpike The farm contains K acres ami Is well set in Brass and suited for purposes Possession ulven on November dairy 1st 1811 For terms apply to WM CROMWELL Aug 11 tt TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND mnr 10 3m OLD JUDGE TS THE BEST WHISKY IN FRNAK X fort for 232 KTBT STEEET CO JACOB SWIGERT FAMIL70RMEBICAL USE Have Removed From the Batzell Building Try it and be convinced For sale by -- U Kagin J Lusoher McKoe Hardle W W Cherry and M T Mitchell ON MAIN STEET TO- - 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Basement nf the Capital Hotel BQTThey will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in ft All fine shoes on C D or E making arrangements at their width at Meagher Marshall s Hermitage and Old Crow disv 6 tf tilleries to manufacture a new kind Â¬ Messrs W A Gaines Co are WILL UE A MEETING OK THE Stockholders of the Benson Turnpike Road Company held at the Capital Hotel January 17 1RH for the purpose of electing aboard of live directors for the ensuing year Dec 15 4 JAS HULETT President short time I -rLA m l r Pft qMiirf j i0mr i U J myXm inr i I i it iriNrouriTCE3EisrT I desire to call your attention to the fact that I in Gold and Sterling Silver suitable for holiday nnd birthday presents My stock is beyond doubt the best selected in the city and intending purchasers will surely find it to their advantage to give me a call as all the goods that I carry are of the highest standard of excellence and the prices that I charge are the very lowest I have the most beautiful collection of Novelties W L COPPERSMITH The Jewel es FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT April showers and how you have whispered tales of love to your Entered at the post offlce at Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable matter 227 St Clair St I GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT DECEMBER lfi 1894 GRAYOT VANDEItVEER A Pretty Church Wedding of Two Well known Young People Mr William F Grayot of the Auditors office and Miss Minnie married were VanDerveer Wednesday evening at Ascension Church in the presence of a large company of invited guests and friends of the contracting parties Rev R L McCready the rector performed the beautiful ceremony of the church in a solemn and impressive manner and Prof Wayland Graham presided at the organ per forming Lohingrens and Mende- Â¬ lsohns wedding marches as the party entered and left the church The attendants were Messrs Ed L Stanton Lindsay Hale Attilla Norman and Sherley Win tersmith ushers Miss Mary Por- Â¬ ter Brent of Paris maid of honor Mr John L Grayot of Smith land best man Misses Hallie Duvall Laura Theobald Katie Green and Rose Crittenden bridesmaids and Messrs John T Â¬ I dear one under the gas light then made dim by the constant accum mulation of gallinippers and other insects How we older ones recall the time when only one hour was given to take up the fl or a com- Â¬ promise made instead of burning during the war the plank being thrown in the river and how they were saved at the lock and towed back and in 24 hours were replaced The etching now on sale by Le Gayle Co Compte from the pen of Mr Paul Sawyier has been largely sold in the past few weeks as Christmas presents and we known of nothing that would be more appropriate and appreciated Dairjmen Notice the advertisement of Mr Geo C Shaw and Messrs Moore Crutcher the feed is to your interest to dealers It Peoria Gluten give them a call Feed now on the market Wm II Wheeler A prominent contractor and builder of Adams N Y was a great smoker for years He liked his cigar but did not like the serious throat trouble that began to come upon him in the shape of a bunch or growth As he expressed it he was afraid he was going to have a Grant throat At CM Gin --- at - Sower of- - W 1 The largest and most complete assortment f er states that it worked a most won-Â¬ derful cure in his case and that he re Â¬ Â¬ gards Dr Hales Household Ointment as the greatest medicine of the 19th The public is cordially invited to call and inspect their large stock of toys novelties candies nuts and century It cures all inflammation other things that serve to make a merry Christmas collar and belt of which were 25c and 50c boxes at P H Carpen Â¬ Something can be found at our store suitable a ters drug store trimmed with seed pearls and caught with clasps and diamonds IiEXINGTON EXPOSITION and pearls She carried a boquet of The Date or the Opening Post Â¬ You will surely find what ou want for some friend or relative by calling at our place white roses The maid of honor poned to December 17 wore white silk chiffon trimming the bridesmaids Paris Muslin and In order that ample time should carried boquets of carnations be allowed exhibitors to complete After a supper at the home of their splendid displays the date Dec 15 2t brides mother the bride and for opening the Lexington Ex- Â¬ the position has CALL ON groom left on the east bound L December been postponed until I KELLEY The result of this DR 17 am N train at 855 for a short will be that from the extra time On their return they given the displays will be even bridal trip OF CINCINNATI O will be at tne FOR BARGAINS IN- will take rooms with Mrs Van- Â¬ more magnificent than at first in tended and the Exposition will Derveer on Shelby street HOTEL make a greater reputation Dont IN LEXINGTON KY forget to ask for the reduced rates Beautiful Pictures on all the railroads Saturday December 22 1894 The sale of the water color For rheumatism I have noth Saturday January 5 1895 Oils paintings of Mr Paul Sawyier is ing equal to Chamberlainsfound Balm Â¬ Saturday January 19 1895 Pain in progress in the second story of It relieves the nain as soon as applied HEMORRHninS fPiJonl enivil tvlthnnt siiruu W Young West W Va Mr John R Todds new building J prompt relief it Liberty is alone operation an d wltii little or no pain The affords Will save you money on Guns and Ammunition Iron Blacksmiths near the St Clair street bridge worth many times the cost 50 cents REFERENCES Material Steel Roofing Lime Cement Plaster Flue and ItB continued use will effect a perma Â¬ W Sewer Pipe Weather Strips Coal Hods Cutlery etc and if you want to look at sketcties nent cure For sale by Phil Car Â¬ J AMcKee Hurdle Frankfort Ky scott Krunkfoit Ky Anthony Leucli Franktort Ky penter South Side Druggist of beautiful scenery almost all of J T btaten iruiiWoit Ky V Uuruerlen Frankfort Ky CORNER MAIN AND LEWIS STREETS which is local go down there ltov L V Uulett Benson Ky Nov 10 lv A U McUuro Frankfort Ky It All of his paintings are displayed Ar J Hughes Frankfort Ky David Moore Benson Ky where you can get a splendid light JasM Wlthrow Frankfort Ky Having purchased the Hardware DR KELLEYS office and residence Is at 260 on them and the effect is charmWest ElKhtu streetCtnclimatl and where be may Mr Sawyier has great Paint Oil Wall Paper Saddlery be found every day of each week except SATUR ing DAYS Pamphlets describing these diseases -JbJT- lent as an artist which is dis- Â¬ and Harness stock of Mr George nnd the mode ot treatment sent free to any one W I KELLEY MD L Hannen I can now be found at by addressing 259 W Eight St Cincinnati O They the old stand where myself and played in all his paintings CONSULTATION FREE are all beautiful but the one brother did buisness on the corner which took the first premium at of Lewis and Broadway streets for In addition to the large the Lexington bair and the one 12 years stock purchased from Mr Hannen entitled Day Break on the Ken- Â¬ latest stylo and at prices that defy competion I am putting in a large stock of DO you want shoes of tho bargains that wo are going to dispose of regard Â¬ have a great many It new goods I will be pleased to see tucky are perfectly lovely CO ACRES WITH IM FARU OF ABOUT goodsft provementH lyliiK on the Glens Creek turn less of cost Just glance over these prices then come and soe the will pay you to visit his room all of my old friends and as many pike thrpo mlle i fnmthe cty belnt apart of anU WO Will prOVO to JUU tllivu uu wo mijr m puuiuv mw the old Woodson farm For terms i drtress even if you do not wish to buy new ones as will favor me with HUU R AYKHS Mens and Boys Coarse Boots and Ladies Ooat and Grain Button 0 08 502 Cross at Frankfort Ky 65 their orders always resting assured Deo 9 4 Misses Pino Button Oloth Too Shoes from 125 up The Old Dridgc Mens and Boys Pino Shoes from 1 Misses Good School Shoes 75 in my line as I will sell goods up Childrens Pine Button Pat Tip 50 as cheap as they can be bought Ladies- Fine Dongola Button Scenes of your childhood are FARM FOR RENT 35 1 00 Infants Fine Dongola Button anywhere in the country Pat Tip recalled when you see the fine C E COLLINS iAnd all other goods in proportion A full lino of DUDLEY PLACE KNOWN Old Wooden etchings of the Nov 30 t f THE FARMcity limits AS THE of Frankfort on tho Ver the sailles pike containing 265 acres Is for rent from Mens an Bridge how it used to shield Ladies Rubbers and Overshoes at Lowest Cut Prices March 1st lbU5 to March 1st 1890 The placo Is For school books and school well adapted to general farming stock raising you from the hot sun during the supplies call at irCLUDINGlALL KINDS OF HATS AMD CAfS and tobacco growing and bus advantages for For particulars apply to dairy and marketing cold bjLsts in the summer the Meagher the undersigned at tier residence on Ann street Marshalls 204 or to Frank Chlnn attorney from the winter and protect Mary J Dudley Mits 12 tf 6tf veer groomsmen The bride was attired in a handsome white satin gown the high Household Ointment applying it directly to the bunch inside his Murphy Henry B Ware John throat several times each day A few weeks of M Rodman and R A VanDer- Â¬ cured the badthis treatment entirelyÂ¬ throat and Mr Wheel- this stage he began using Dr Hales HOLIDAY SOWER In the city can be found at- - GOODS AHLERS FOR PERSONS OF ANY AGE SOWER fe AHLER MsSs W M A COLLINS -- Â¬ PHOENIX Hardware Harness Paints Wall Paper Glass SI m At Again Â¬ Â¬ SPECIAL SHOE SALE For Sale JACOBS FERD OILiiIE ST 204 ST - A - Â¬ j Â¬ w FERD JACOBS St Clair Street v it v 4 MMfn AHHMB 5 fififii r7w muMr iii i wniJ1irtTi JSWS12SlKi3aSil U I I I I U h r I I J Aillj vv iswNw THl 4T B ilBi H l 4 rm mmmm 1 A ixriD x W an v v x W Krv x hi x si1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 lift vi v iifffc j xr m 1 j Wmmr skj m h m GARLAND OAKS TESTS OISTXjTT OAJK i- Hi x Jl is VB t r iMiriTin ittTi 1 j With Perfect Km r Ash Pan j CALL AND SEE THEM ii iteBMBEBi 1 JOHN years of age BUCKLEY man happy a selfish man gener Â¬ ous a crooked man straight a small man great 4 Is it nothing to you that this is a grand opportunity for you to avail yourself of conversion You I do not want to do it under say My friends I have excitement not and I shall not attempt to ex- Â¬ cite you I appeal only to your common sense to your reason to your judgment Let me tell you that the time of revival is almost the only time for a man to be con- Â¬ verted Nearly all of our best and ablest ministers were convert- Â¬ ed at time of revival Is it nothing to you that this S may be the last chance you may have to hear and to answer the But you say call of Christ If I should die I think I should have another chance Where will you it Is there another bible to get Is there another give it to you Now is the Christ to die for you time my brother my sister come now Old Bridge Spoon at LeCompte Gayle Co cost 250 I FKAMFORT ROUNDABOUT I FRANKFORT DECEMBER 15 1894 9- A child of ten years has prospect of a long life of usefulness twenty years forty years sixty Extracts from KovvB Fay Mills years in which to do the will of God Few very few persons of Sermons Delivered in this City severity years are converted to Christ I would rather have one We thought that a few of the child ten yesrs of age converted to pithy sayings of each sermon Christ than seven men seventy preached by Mr Mills to this years of age community would be acceptable 4 Youth is the time to do things therefore we offer them i i our At the close of such a meeting as columns this I asked all who wished to EIGHTH SERMON speak to me concerning the new The congregation Thi9 sermon was addressed to life to remain He read Proverbs 3d all went out Presently a head children presented itself at the door peepchapter Text Remember now thy ed in and looked all around Creator in the days of thy youth Then it came up the aisle and the It implies that there is a danger body came with it and sat down Another head of forgetting God and also that on the front seat the time for seeking God is while was seen and then another until five boys were sitting there What one is young We want to In youth greater opportunities do you want said I Well We be Christians said they offer than in later years older folks have grown away you can be What are you going to do to show that you are Christ from opportunities We want you to tell us If a man fifty years of age ians should lose a job it would be hard what to do Oh no I cant tell for him to find work at something boys what to do they can find He is too old to learn is enough to do if they want to We new will go to church and to Sunday what employers would think That is not Reasons for loving God early school said they useful Â¬ How old does Text Is it nothing to you 1 a person have to be to become That you are a sinner responsible for his acts In New Fools mock at sin The worst York a child seven years of age thing for a diseased eye is light may be hung for murder It is but you might as well take such a the same in some other States patient into the broad glare of Many a time have I preach- Â¬ noon day force his eyelids apart ed to young men who never heard and call his condition the height me nor anyone else preach again of ecstatic joy as to think that one I fear that if you resist this time can be happy who mocks at sin 2 That you need not be a A you will continue to resist young girl was almost persuaded sinner Is it nothing to you to lead a Christian life but she re My yoke is easy and my burden sisted all pleadings and wrote in is light says Christ Is it nothing to you that I will risk it her hymn book 3 Luther Upon her death bed she was con- you may be saved devil came scious of the fact that her soul was thought that the lost through the rejection of her to his cell one night and told him Saviour and that she was without that he was a great sinner and that She died some day he the devil would get hope for the You are shrieking lost lost Young friends him Luther replied I am a now is the accepted time to seek right about part of that Christ great sinner but you are wrong about the rest for Jesus Chr st is NINTH SERMON Services began by Mr Hillis a great Saviour and will save me singing the hymn No Room in The religion of Christ will make a fearful man brave a despondent Heaven for Thee Â¬ fute Planting the Standard All hail Columbus Behold the great navigator as he lands The perils of the deep are past The clouds of fear have vanished The night of gloom has ended In the heavens the sun of success BLUE GRASS NURSERIES 1 It is the way to lead a pleas- Â¬ I Will I be ant life Some ask if I become a Christian as happy A young man robbed a postoffice He confessed and that one act of confession led him to become a happy useful Christian although he was put into prison The way of the transgressor is hard but there is no hardness in serving All his ways are ways of God pleasantness and all his paths are If I had the voice of an peace angel I could not speak long enough or strong enough to tell of the unspeakable joy of the Christian 2 It is the way to do good you will throw your life away unless you do good by serving God One of the Vice Presidents of the United States once came to me My life has been and said From henceforth I shall wasted I asked him con Â¬ serve God cerning the lives of other great men with whom he had associated It seemed to pain him and he said He sent for but little of them me while sick and I prayed that the Lord would blot out from his life You can do all that was worldly but little good unless you serve God 3 Youth is the time for being When we get old our useful minds run into ruts Old persons There is an do not learn much old saying that you cant teach an old doe new tricks A person of genty years has but five or ten yvs at most in which to be Now I will give enough said I you twenty four hours to think of Come to me something to do to morrow after school and tell me The what you have thought of boys came back next day Well what have you thought of said I We had a prayer meeting said they Who was there Only we five boys Well that is good but not good enough think another They came twenty four houis Well what have you back again We had another done this time prayer meeting How many were Seven two more boys there My friends the effort of came that one boy resulted in the con version of twenty one boys of that I would rather have that town group of twenty one boys than any twenty one men in my church They are ready willing anxious to work and never refuse a task I I want to tell you set for them young people that not more than one person in one thousand who reaches the age of forty years without conversion ever becomes a Christian There is danger in delay The first boys father was an infidel He came to see his boy baptised The father mother brothers and sisters were all converted I once knew a drunkard saved by his child of seven years 5 Youth is the only thime of Two thirds which you are sure of those who arc Christians were converted before they were twenty Â¬ Â¬ Orchard A Mgj Garden THE DEALERS IN FULL STOCK OF FRDIT AND OHNA mental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Grape Vines Asparagus ami everything usually found at such an establishment Try us on prices We do not sell through agents but direct to the planter Catalogue on application II V HILLENMEYER Oct6 3m Lexlncton Ky liL ill f tfeHnt Ut LKOMJt M OwMOCUM kMCUU B IWt lUtl MMU MTlimUtf Til TtsIMKiCITtCM e i I 13 1 Wl shines resplendent Morning has dawned Imperiously the banner of haughty Spain greets the day light Upon its fluttering folds arc inscribed the destinies of a new world Its gleaming surface marks a long advance in the evo It lution of the human race tells a story of prophecy unparalleled of developement unap proached in the fullness of recorded time It crowns with triumph the efforts of genius Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Poor Mans Chance HOWARD McCOY Staple and Fancy Groceries Have marked their stock down to ROCK BOTIOM PRICES for Read the follow CASH ONLY ing Â¬ Â¬ The Worlds Fair contained no finer statue of the great discoverer than this colossal figure It commanded from its pedestal the eastern entrance to the Administration build ing The majesty of its dimensions the vigor and aggressiveness of its expression and the artistic finish of its composition made it admired as a genuine sculptural triumph Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Another Standard Proudly Displayed at the Fair was that of Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder A Standard of Excellence for Forty Years strength perfect The award to Dr Prices of It was the standard of unequalled 2 pounds J E M Flour 43 cents or 325 per barrel lb pounds Arctic Flour 40 rf nti Arbuckles Lion and XXXX Coffee i packages 45 cents Best Mocha and Java Coffee 3 pound for 1 Kxtra ireen Cotlee iii cents per pound iood ireen Coffee 20 cents pe r pound Jranulatrd Susur 2J nound- for SI Extia Urowu sugar 21 pounds for 1 lirown Smrar 22 pouiuN for Best New Orleins Molisses as cents pcy gallon Ills Sandy Sorghini i6 cents per gallon Tomatoes thrre H pouud cms for 23 cents DewdiopCorn I2lj cents per can Sterllnc Corn Maine packed 10 cents per can Sugar Corn Scans for 25 cents or 90 cents a dozen iallou can of Apples 23 cents California leaches two vpoundcans 33 cents California Apricots two 3 pound cans 33 cents Best Ireen Tea G cents per pound Jood Green Tea 33 cents per pound Hojal Baking lowiler 45 cents per pound Kuporited Peaches 10 and 12t j cents per pound ta Iforula Prunes 3 pounds lor 25 cent French Primes a pounds for 25 cents Lenox rionp 5 bars for 25 cents Everiday Soap 7 burs for 23 cents nod ha sins 3 pounds for 23 cents Best Raisins 10 cents per pound Best Leaf Lard 10 cents per pound Paraxon Hams 12 cents per pound Breakfa t 1110011 12 corny inn pound Bacon 10 cents per pound Best Irooms 20 cents tneh iood Brooms 15 cents each Everything else In proportion - purity and wholesome results highest honors at the Fair furnishes conclusive evidence of its superiority over all other baking powders Howard McCoy 341 St Clair St fP i n - 1 iH aVAiwtJ W y- - TPPlialfllfflwiirafflflflMTCvL rW Wrfk L H sfff4 MARSHALL wmmwmammimmvmmBBRmigssMWbimsM KiSH J MImm j iffiiMh t tVx flHfe S TitfTWT vr r- m RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Rev W 0 Tay lor the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 and 700 Â¬ V F1 pm a m Darsie preaches at 11 on The SouPp Dress and at 730 on Truthful ness The Young Peoples Christian Church Rev Gooree Â¬ Society oi Christian Endeavor meets in the lecture room at 645 Topic Different Leader Ways of Rejecting Christ Miss Mary Bohannan Sunday school meets at 930 Â¬ the pastor will conduct services at Church of the Good the Shepherd to morrow W E Gorey Catholic Church Rev Father Low mass at 730 a m High mass Vespers at 3 p ra 10 a m I J Rev R L McOready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Episcopal Church The regular services to morrow morn ing at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 conducted by Rev J Mc Olusky Blayney D D the pastor Â¬ First Presbyterian Church f Methodist Church Rev F S Polletc the pastor will occupy his pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and in the evening at 730 Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 7 p m in the class room Rev Dr E O Guerrant of Wilmore will occupy the pulpit to morrow morning at 11 oclock and at 730 p m Sunday school at 930 Southern Presbyterian Church Deaths Mr Henry Hale em- Â¬ ployed as a switchman in the L fell N yards in Louisville from a freight car Monday night and was run over and killed by The deceased was a the train son of Mr William Hale of Belle His funeral took place point Wednesday morning in Louisville and the remains were buried He leaves a widow to there mourn his loss Hale The daughter of Mr J M Malcolmb died at the home of her parents in this coun- ty Monday morning aged 12 Her funeral tool place years Malcolm b Wednesday Penn Mr Robert F Penn died at his home near Harvie land this county Thursday morn The ing of dropsy aged 65 years deceased was one of the most highly respected citizens in that end of the county where he had engaged in farming for years Â¬ i Quin Mr John J Quin one of the oldest residents of this city died Saturday morning at 330 oclock at his home on Broadway after a long and painful illness The deceased was born in New York State December 24 1815 and came to this city when quite a He was a coach young man smith by trade and for a number of years he and Mr A C Hem should lend It The calender and astronomical calculation to be found In this brochure are al ways astonishingly accurate and the statistics lllueiratlons humor and other readiuj matter The Hos rich In luteret and full or profit tutter Company of Pittsburg Pa publish It themselves They employ more than sixty hands In the mechanical work and more than eleven mouths In the year are consumed In Its prepara tion It can be obtained without cost ot all drarsjlsts and emmtrv de tier and Is printed In Rngllsh German French Welsh Norwegian bwedUh Holland Bohemian and Spanish tors Officials of the Exposition have not as yet taken final action in the matter believing the quick wit of the people will detect the But to the case spurious claims FRAME RESI TWO STORYstreet with PENCE OF6ROOMS TWO Lewis of a New York baking powder is very valuable property lot 63 by 106 feet This Is good that has been widely advertising an award the attention of the Chief of Awards for Agriculture He brands has been directed the claim of this pretender as false declaring Neither the rec- Â¬ arm jxririnfirumrinnjmruxnnnnjinjmririru ords of this department nor the official catalogue of the Worlds Columbian Exposition show that this New York Company was an exhibitor consequently it could not receive an award at the Worlds Fair rjuumruTrniruiruiruui Those who fairly won their honors at the Fair seem disposed to treat this fraud as any other The fraud should be treated A Herald of the Infant Year Price Baking Powder Company Chicago having received the Clip the lust thirty years or more from the of say they are award represent the highest cDtury and the segment t iinruiJiruiriJxrinruxrinminjTruxr termor the unbounded popularity of Hostatters convinced their claiir s and those The opening of the year of all Stomach Bitters other holders of rightful 18C5 will be Blgnullzed by the appearance of a honors will be fully vindicated by freeh Almanac of the Bitters In which the use derivation and the action of this world famous the public medicine will be lucidly net forth Everybody pair shop on Lewis street He was a quiet modest upright and honest citizen who held the re spect and esteem of all who knew him He was twice married his first wife being a Miss Judge and by whom he had three sons Mr Byron Quin of Louisville Mr JamesQuin of this city who died some ten years ago and Mr Emmet T Quin of Kansas City Missouri His second wife who was a Miss Bond of Maryland still survives him For many years he has been a member of the Meth Â¬ odist Church and when the mes- Â¬ senger death came it found him ready to answer the call to come up higher His funeral took place Monday afternoon from his late residence the services being conducted by Rev F S Pollett his pastor Walcutt Mr Oliver S Wal cett of this county died in Colum- Â¬ bus Ohio on Saturday after a lingering illness The deceased was a brother of the late Captain John Walcutt and came to this county a number of years ago having married a daughter of the late Lee Macey For a time he farmed just below the city on the river but losing his wife he gave up farming came to this city and engaged in the boot and shoe business but was unfortunate lost most of his property and returned to Ohio to live About two years ago he purchased a small farm near this city on the Louisville pike and has since that time made this county his home Early last summer his health failed and a short time ago it was thought advisable to remove him to his old home Columbus Ohio for medical treatment but he was beyond human aid and only lived a few weeks He leaves a widow formerly Miss Lottie Mc Kee of this city whom he married after coming here to reside some fifteen years ago to mourn his loss His funeral took place Mon- Â¬ day afternoon at Columbus where the remains were interred He was a genial wholesouled companionable gentleman who had many friends and few enemies Peace to his ashe Â¬ Â¬ W A GAINES pPWQ L 8 MARSHALL ft CO Real Estate and Insurance Agi OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET C JJX ililll ilence ou Clinton street street COT- - WILL BUY Y0U A FRAME VLVf tile of a rooms on Second South Side KOO Tobacco Laud YVE OFFER FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES VT Of Ann tobacco lilliri timr tfnrlcn nt Vllr horn 25 acres sod broken this year leaving the our oDIce or on K C Church agent ou the IJiBimsea Both the method and results when syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts zently yet promptly on the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation Syrup of Figs is the inly remedy of its kind ever pro diced pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effect prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it lo all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 1 bottles by all leading drug gists Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand wilL procure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARM FOR SALE pike 8 miles from Frankfort This i very pro Â¬ ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially udxpted to stoek raisin Hie neighborhood Is excellent A OFFER OF WE110 acres FOR SALE the FINE FARMturn situated on He rgutown Â¬ ftfiOn 1 tT 0 rooiuti on LL BUT A FRAME COTTAGE OFI isasi Jiu in street churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ roundings attractive 260 ACRE FARM K HO WILL BUY A BRICK RESIDENCE or rooms ou lloimes street mm iui vi uj jou ieet FINE LAND WITH OOOH IMPROVE merits situated near Forks of Elkhorn Is on offered for sale This farm Is well udapted to stock ralslnu or will ralt e line tobacco as well as all other crops suited for this climate Will sell on easy paymants PAD QATB1 double rXiOilJurat a bargain frame cottage asi juain street WE OFFER FOR SALE a Â¬ Â¬ COTTAGE OF FOUR IjlRAME Hill This property will very easy payments only and on payment being required with the weekly ROOMS AT be sold cheap Frankfort is offered for sale a small cash uesirdDie propeny balance paid RARflPN PARU 0F seven acres with UHnllCil rttnln new frame cottage of four rooms and mi other neceswiry improvements locat d on good turnpike road two miles from FORSALE This Is very A GREAT BARGAIN TAYLOR AND THE BETWEEN offered for AVENUE easy terms sale on These lots are on a good twenty foot street and adjoin Judge Dianes propel ty SAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVIUt KY NEW YORK NY BRAND THE FA1SE CLAIM AS land at Thorn Hill This property Is nicely lo-Â¬ cated fronting on the Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly pa men Is to the right party If not sold immediately will rent at a low llgure I OFFERED FRAME ISresidence of IN A NEW TWO STORY acres of seven rooms and two Worlds Fair Officials Expose a Pretender to an Award FOR SALE A quick FINE FARM OF 210 ACRES FINELY Lo- Â¬ Chicago cated 8 miles from Frankfort on a good One of the odd upon which there Is a brick resi- Â¬ turnpike is the dence of 5road results of the Worlds Fair rooms a tenement of four rooms and This land Is claim now made to awards by allother necessary Improvements Improvements In a high state of cultivation the fine some who were not even exhibi- - are Insale willcondition anda In order to make a quick be offered at bargain FOR SALE COTTAGES ROOMS TWO FRMETaylor avenue OF FOUR Is good on This property and will be sold on easy payments to tlw right party If you are Interested come III FOR SALE FOR SALE 14 acres of land In Bridgeport This property and Is offered at a bargain TORY BRICK RESIDENCE OF 8 ROOMS L B MARSHALL CO nnn s STOVES Tinware 111 i p h ft lit Queen Crescent Route Mantes 300 Grates I Â¬ Â¬ Notice All persons who are indebed to the old firm of C E Collins will please call and settle Bro either with C E or M A Col- Â¬ lins and save cost io 4t t- - K v ing now of Louisville a carriage factory on Ann street upon the lot where Messrs Miles Sons mill now stands under Quin the firm name of Heming About i860 the firm was dissolved and Mr Quin went into the dry goods business but during the war closed out his stock on ac- Â¬ He was count of dull business elected one of the magistrates in the city in 1861 and was after Â¬ wards appointed Police Judge to fill out the unexpired term of Judge Both of which offices Bradley he filled faithfully and well After the war he was for a number of years a United States Storekeeper but for several years preceding his illness ran a small carriage re h Misses spring heel shoes from the lightest weights to the heaviest conducted grades at Meagher 6 tf Marshalls Crescent Route The Queen always meets the public require- Â¬ juuajiruxirnnjxruuijxrinririnjui For holidays this year ment they are the first to announce low C points and rates to all Q to cei tain territory on connect- Â¬ T ing lines Ask agents for par- Â¬ C im UN UNI - A K JL JEXJZjmlZtmL S iHTPTl ticulars C dxminnjxririnnjuuuinnnrvinnixnnnm Holiday rates on the Q fare and a this year are made at a Tickets on third the round trip sale Dec 22d to 25th and Dec 20th to January 1st inclusive Good until January 3d for re- Â¬ turn CinChas W Zell D P A Why pay old prices for old goods when you can got new cinnati O E POWER goods at lower prices GRO CERIES Â¬ Holiday Rates For useful Christmas presents Buckleys is the place to buy 1 3 3 WE HAVE EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT December 22d to 25th and De- Â¬ Come and look through our Buckwheat Flour Maple Syrup Breakfast Gems Rolled Oats cember 28th to January 1st the entire line cost nothing see lots Oatmeal Rice Hominy and Beans all new goods New Midland will sell tickets at one Meagher Marshall York Cream Pine Aple and Edam Cheese California and one third fare for the round 6 tf and French Prunes French Peas Beans and trip December 22d to 24th the Mid Mens boys and youths winter Mushrooms Largest stock of Olives Olive land will sell tickets to Galveston boots low down at Oil Shelled Almonds etc in the city Meagher Marshalls and return at Texas 2955 1 10 Founds of Granulated Sugar 1 cents Oorn per Can 6 tf Tickets good for 1 1 days Account 10 cents 45 cents Good Salmon per Can 2 packages Coffee Associa- Â¬ Southern Educational 8 cents 325 Tomatoes per Can J E M Flour per Barrel Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke tion Iilfo Away Your For 6 tf trunks Meagher umbrellas and valises cheap call on The truthful acco-habit Marshall Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award use Brace up nlcotmizcd nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gain strength weight and vigor Positive cure or money refunded Book at druggist or mailed free Address The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 45 Randolph Oct C ly St New York 10 Spiuce St startling title of a book about the only harmless ouaiuntked cure if you want to quit and cant tob- EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTRION JAS HEENEY SOUTH SIDE GROCER oct 27 j f5 M i 4 PlPPWPHPfy 1 t Matrimonial Mr C Erjcson principal of th public school tit Eminence and Miss Elizabeth Magruder daughter of Mr W R Maeruder of this were married at the county Methodist Church in Graefenburg Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Rev H G Henderson of Win chester officiating Mason Tadb Cards are out for the marriage of Mr Robert I A Mason of this county and Miss Lucy Tabb of Hampton Vir- Â¬ ginia which will take place at the Baptist Church rn Hampton on Ericson Magkudek Business and Professional Directory CONFECTIONER LAWYERS L RC1I0ATE Formerly of Wakefield ft Choato FINELIi PLAmfl AND MILL fOHN R TODD WM CROMWELL Manufacturing Confectioner 41 St Clair Street ittimnoinincuiniiniiawnviujtuiiiin Attorney at Linv Frankfort Kentucky HOGSHEAD FACTORY MikD kXkTiiAriNE Ifff Home miule Candle Fruits Nuts and Ice Crenm und Soda Water In season Ulnars and Tobacco Near new bridge Also Real Estate Agent Will practice In the Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties HAVING PURCHASED THE PLANING MILL and will nlso give sperlnl attention to the pur tobacco hogshead factory of Messrs clmse and sale of real etnte collection of rents Congleton Bros I am prepared to furnish clfilms nnd the negotiation of loans mp NEWSDEALER W J CHINN Attorney nt Law Frankfort Kentucky Office second SHINGLES DOORS TURNED SASH BLINDS WORK FRAMES STAIR WORK AND KLh KINDS OF IDE ANCnCM TOIUCO COMFMK SUCUSSOR HtWYOHN UJIfc ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 010 RELIABLE GUY BARRETT News Dealer and Bookseller Fine Stationery Periodicals ot all kinds Fancy Goods Will practice In all State Courts floor Custom House DRUGS Finish For a Houat ad well as tobacco hogsheads Factory one and half blocks from Post Office on river front A share of public patronage Is solicited a Wednesday January 2d The SWEET CAPO RAL 332 Main Street W H AVERILL Druggist Main Street opp City Hall Si groom is a son of Mr H P A general stock of Drugs Fine Stationery a Hoge Mason of the Mason specialty Cigars and Tobacco Prescriptions PAINTERS Has stood the Test of Time compounded at all hours Company and has a host of MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER W B BRIDGEFORD RANDS COMBINED NO W R WILLIAMS CO friends among the young people 1 It Co Due 15 y The Painter Druggists of this city Kor several years he 314 Main Street has made his headquarters at 10 St Clair Street A Fine Parsnip Paper Paints Oils nnd Glass constantly on Prescriptions carefully and accurately filled at all Wall Eddyville where his fathers com- Â¬ hours A tine line of Fancy Toilet Articles hand Mrs Ben T Farmer raised in Â¬ pany is operating several manufacturing plants in the penitentiarj her garden the past summer some as fine parsnips as we ever seen Mr McFarland - Freeman one of which sent us measured Anderson D McFarland of Louiseighteen inches in length and ville and Miss Lucy M Freeman twelve inches in circumference ua of this city were married Tuesday ca ty evening at 715 oclock at the A Herald of the Infant Year ra ca U home of the brides mother on Clip the Inst thirty jeurs or more fiom the aj Bit UJ Rev Mr century ami tlio segment t represent the KJ Washington street ca term of the unbound il popularity of llostetters rzi vu Herbener pastor of the College Stomach Bitters The opening of the year ca 2 by the of street Presbyterian Church Louis 1865 will be signalledBitters In appearance use a B3 which the fresh Almanac of the tZrJ and action of ville officiating The attendants derivation will the lucidly set this world famous na be forth Everybody medicine should read It The calender and astronomical you look stock were Miss Sara Bransom of calculation to be found In this brochure are al and the statistics Anderson county bridesmaid ways astonishingly accuriteoher reading matter ra Uluei rations humor and ea The Hot i2rJ rich In Interest and full of protit and Mr B F Bishop of Paris tatter Company of Plttsbmg Pa publish It themselves They employ more than sixty hands groomsman In the mechanical work and more than eleven year are consumed Its mouths The bride is the handsome tlou It In thebe obtained withoutIn cost prepara cun of nil 51 1 Â¬ CIGARETTE CH0ATE Sept 2 ly FINNELL Jbckivkrs a JOHN ECHOLS ST JOHN BOYLE 0 S W R R meniDtiis Limileil THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE TUB ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE LOUISVI E TQ MEMPHIS 1 DON T UTTV YOUR 1 IS THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE MEMPHIS YICKSBTJRG NEW ORLEANS -- AND 111 Winter Boots Until Shoes ALL POINTS South and Southwest 4 at our Rates Tickets and all Information furnished by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co II not address A Mans Boot for 150 W J MoBRIDE Agent Traveling Pass Louisville Ky 1 daughter of Capt Ben Freeman for many years a well known steamboatman on the Kentucky river while the groom is the pop ular young base ball player who oitched for the Frankfort team summer before last Immediately after the ceremony the happy young couple left on the west O train for a brief bound C visit to relatives of the groom in Louisville after which they will go to New Orleans on a bridal trip druggists and country de tiers and Is printed In English Oermnn French Welsh Norwegian Swedish Holland Bohemian and Spanish ra USJ Mens First Quality Whole p stock Boot only T BLYNOH General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Advertised Xietters at Frankfort en 3 Kentucky 200 SON -c- na Talbott Keaton Mr Talbott formerly of LaGrange but now employed at the Feeble Minded Institute and Miss Lucy Keaton one of the attendants of that institution went to Louisville and were married Wednesday Married in Jell Mr Church Tinsley and Miss Mayme Dryden of this city went to Jeffersonville Thursday afternoon where they were married that evening at 630 oclock The young couple returned to this city yesterday and have taken rooms with the grooms mother in South Frankfort The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr John B Dryden editor of the Daily Call while the groom is Adams Ex- Â¬ press messenger on the Kentucky Midland Railway George Day Danl Durham Peter B garet Britten Mr Mose Preston Bell Bonge Ham Parker Mrs H E Beasloy Mrs Riley Mr Frank Ray Mits Partee Harriett Rouley Mr Clark Mr V P Eugene Cook Jas Below will be found a list of adver Â¬ na tised letters for the week ending na Dec 22 1894 Estey Furniture Maxwell Mrs ICJ Mary Co ra Batty Mr John Payne Mrs Mar-- CJ KZK Our Women and Girls Nonripping Snoes n are the Shoes for mud and snhnol E2 tZJ Only direct lino Uli CINCINNATI AND Kentucky Midland Ey between FRANKFORT KY MIDLAND R K McCLURE ra ra ca f ra ra ra ra y n L A ca ra ra ra u j ASIC FOR TICKETS BY VU THAIHS HDI GENTHM 5T1HABD TIME NOV A 18 1BJ4 i TOIi TABLK TRAINS E VST Lv summit Lv Ellhora Lv swltzer Lv stamping Lv Duvill if i 1 v u i p a 11U No No 3 Boots Shoes Hats Books Statiohery -r Lv FntnKtori J Ground B 00 Frasies James Gunter Samuel Engleman Sim Gream Miss Bet Holmes W F W F tie Secton Miss Victory Stevenson Mr Wesley Stephens Miss Theo Salleo Mr John ra Kit M6 Ml US 23 J4 40 41 40 4 Ob 411 434 No 7 100 418 4 23 r asrzoeT rarararararrrarararariraria rarararJnKararaciiFi7rarrrana uy Lv Johnson Lv Jeorgetown Lv C j lifpot Lv Ntjwtortii Lv Ontrevllle Lv V both Ar Pari- Ar Punt Junction 55 18 10 440 440 463 140 200 210 800 320 335 345 400 220 235 125 21 jo A 5U 515 r 2j 523 513 Johnson Kirk Miss Mary Londen Tisha Jeter Luther Tucker Mrs II Wagers M Lovell Mr Thos Morgan Mrs M Wales George Leander Mr YOU WA Ynn a A TRAINS WEST rn No 2 rFirirrriTiJifnTiwMifjninrrram Lv lv Ar At ltci C Paris Junction Witch J W When calling for these letters say E2 to o irr laroisr r itei llle NowMNtt Iienot H KlVHlKti J Oh1 10 10 045 A M P II No 4 lNoBlNo1 512 p2 A 05 15 i27 HI i12 Ar vr 1018 101S 10 35 10 11 010 435 455 6 II 580 550 1T advertised S B ICQ Holmes P M l II Â¬ Adjourned for the Holidays The Court of Appeals adjourned Thursday until January 7th When the court reassemble it will be composed of seven judges as the new law requires Three of the old judges hold over while the other four will be new men having been elected at the last November election and nights he tried various remedies recommended by friends and neigh- Â¬ He says bors thought sure I would lose him I had seen Chamber lains Cough Remedy advertised and thought I would try it as a last ope and am happy to say that afte two doses he slept until morning I gave it to him next day and a cure was effected I keep this remedy in the house now and as soon as any of my children show signs of croup I give it to them and that is the last of it 26 Every piece of Upholstered Furniture in our stock consisting of Parlor and 50 cent bottles for sale by Phil c Suits Rockers Easy Chairs Sofas Come while Carpenter South Side Druggist is unbroken Â¬ Any one who has children will re ioice with L B Mulford of Plainfleld N J His little boy five years of age was sick with croup For two days HIS OFFER sreatlv ArMimtntt Ar ynmWort A B lohi itii ai Du all ArSMniphuGrojnd Ar ftvltzor Ar Idiom A ArGfowetohti 7V7 il 51 t 57 7 0J 7 13 10 47 10 51 9W b10 830 016 1104 1111 1117 111- 720 735 72fi aro 015 23 I conuecs Our inventory disclosing too much UPHOL STB RED FURNITURE We will until further notice offer sn Suml ly f onnfts with K 478 una l 2 3 Notk Nos See bmnlp trains biilow 1 Kith L connects with Q itiC il u d illy excep SUNDAY TRVINS m KrT Leave Frankfort 215 p m arrive at Geoigetown S15p in The hentucKy iliiiuina RtlUvay and connec tion form the slioiteit and cheapest roate to all Â¬ Fr Mikfort West leivi1 Gforgtortii 1035 a 11 35 am arrive at REDUCED PRIGE the assortment C D BFRCAW points north south east tml w st For further information apply to their asents or E B WKITZEL City Ticket Ageat Gen eass Agt GEO B HVRPKR Ren Supt Frankfort Ky li SOUTH Lv Lexlncton N TIME TABKK L A Our shoes are way up and our prices are way down see Come and M A M P M py 8 G SW No 17 No19 No 21 Kg 38 Meagher Marshalls Wet feet sore throat diphtheria and doctors bills Wear our shoes and be saved 6 tf R ROGERS Is the best and cheapest known SON Yarnallton Midway Spring Station Frankfort Bigdad Eminence Lasrutme Pewee Valley Anchorage Ar Louisville Pieiusurevllle Meagher Marshalls PEORIA GLUTEN 1AEEB Read what Mr Jno N Crutcher says after a fair trial of one sack I have been using the Gluten Feed wttli most excellent result It seems to be the very thing that dairyman needs for improving the milk and keeping hi cows in good condition My cow has increased wonderfully in the yield ol milk since I began using this feed She bas gained two gallons and ii now giving 5 gallons a day Bellepoint Dec 19 1S94 1135 733 1219 812 A 17 1021 lOStf 034 1014 041 1115 707 1 845 901 017 923 950 550 155 212 235 333 849 357 425 22V 3 00 1144 7 15 4 56 44 813 838 936 HM 657 720 761 9 03 85 620 P M M Goodyear from Changed His Base Mr L F Johnson who goes out of office as County Attorney on the 1st of January has re- Â¬ moved his office from the Court House to the second story of Todds new building near the St Oair street bridge where he can be found by those wishing to see him on business goods at 6 tf Welts in all styles AH guaranteed up 250 NORTH Lv LouNvllle Auchoragd Pewee Valley LacruiiKe P M PM NoM 330 110 No 18 No 20 No 22 Meagher Marshalls Kmlutnce Pleasurevllle Bagdad Midway Dont Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Iilfo Away cure If ou want to iult and cant use No to bile Uracn up ntcotinlzcil nerves eliminates nicotine poisons makes weak men gulp strengtli weight and vigor Positive cure or money refunded Book at druggists or moiled free Address The Sterling Remedy Co Chicago 46 Randolph Oct C ly St New York 10 Spruce St JNO N CRUTCHER Frankfort Spring Station Ar Lexington 735 811 824 850 920 J 949 1020 1045 1055 1111 410 433 448 515 542 6 05 1320 5i0 635 Yarnallton Thetiuthful startling title of a book about the only harmless uuauantkku 1130 j 10K 054 705 733 758 806 825 855 920 929 940 458 509 535 568 606 621 640 18 460 Call upon Mr G C Shaw or Messrs Crutcher Moore and get a small lot to try and you will always use it E L Stanton Mgr of State Agency Dec 5 3ni No 24 will stop at Auohorago and Ghristinusburg passengers for for Lexington and points beyond Noa 17 19 and 21 oonneot nt Lagrange JjL i i k liflttv JL fj k for Cinotnnati Nos 19 and 21 oonneot at Anchorage for Blooihfleld Branoh lIDBiu jaJ11 f v CRUTCHER STARKS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS By scanning the price list below you will see that the bargains to be offered are simply greater val Â¬ ues than ever shown before and if you are wise you will Take Memorandum of the Following and Be on Hand Early Girls and boys fine Hem- Â¬ All Silk with fine buckles stitched Handkerchiefs great assortment all go at 50c Handkerchiefs Mufflers Suspenders Silk Umbrellas 100 Union Silk Umbrellas Working Gloves Mens Gloves 35c to Si 25 Hats All the latest blocks from Si up Holiday Slippers Gents embroidered 75c leather Si 50 to S3 warm Leather paragon Si 50 frame only Gents Silk 25c to extra quality new assortment Tecks and 2 Mufflers 50 Mens Neckwear Four-in-hands Hosiery Driving Gloves Imported farnstock and buck skin Si to 175 Caps All the novelties and yacht Caps 25c and up Clothing Childrens Suits all sizes 200 styles Si 25 to 7 all fresh arrivals 25c to Jeans Pants Childrens fine Japanese Embroidered Silk only Best quality all colors 99c IOC Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves 125 I2c Mens Overcoats to 50c 50 different styles 25 3 Mens Merino Half Hose Collars Four ply IOC Clothing quality Boys Canes Choice to Mens Pur Caps Electric Seal 75c to Si 50 lot of novelties to Si 50 75c first to 20c Long Pants Suits styles S250 to S12 100 Boys Overcoats Great variety 10 Cuffs first Four ply ioc to 25c Clothing quality Mens Suits all styles to S20 S3 Gents fine Dress Kid Gloves terra cotta and tan 150 to 175 250 to Shawl Straps All styles 25c to 1 Pocket Books Different styles 50c Childrens Kid Gloves Lined 65c and Blues blacks colors and 25c to Dress Shields 2 Shirt 50 Â¬ Cardigan Jackets Mens Si to Si 50 Jewelry All the latest novelties in Link Buttons 50c to Overcoats Mens Ulsters and Overcoats S3 to S25 Â¬ 125 fancy Mens Silk brellas Range 150 to Um- Â¬ 2 Silk Garters With silver and gold buckles silk webb Si 25 Mens Mcintosh Silk Handker Â¬ in price from to 7 Si 25c to chiefs Holiday Slippers Ladies all the latest ors Si to S250 col- Â¬ Shoes Mens Dress Shoes Si to 6 50 patent leather S250 to S6 50 50 Gents initial 50c Mr Englehart the artist has left with us about 150 of his Oil Paintings for sale at same prices can be seen in our show windows The store will keep open until 9 oclock every night next week and Saturday night until 12 They I 5 CRUTCHER A NEW ICE FACTORY BIG FOUR ROUTE STARKS KET LOUISVIIiliE TOBACCO MAR Â¬ FURNISHED BY GLOVER DURRETT LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE I Dandruff Kills Best Xjine to the North and East Will Soon be Established Here All lines from the South make Tlie IJot Tjcased and tlie direct connections in Central Building to be Union Station Cincinnati with Erected through trains of the Big Four to Chicago St Louis IndianapoMessrs Fred Sutterlin and Lam lis Columbus Cleveland New bert N Suppinger have leased for York and Boston For full infor- Â¬ a term of years from Mr Stephen mation call on nearest agent or Black a lot on West Main street address Â¬ the Hair MONO N ROUTE The Direct and Popular Line to just closed amount to J w near the river front upon which they will shortly begin the erection of suitable buildings in which to establish a plant for the manufac Their intention to ture put inatwenty five ton machine and have the same in operation by the first of March so that our citizens are sure of a supply of pure firm ice during the wa m weather of next year whether the river or Benson creek freeze this The gentlemen winter or not to establish the enwho propose terprise have push and business energy sufficient to make it go and it may be considered an established fact E D B Martin Genl Pass 0 McCormick Pass Traffic Mgr Ticket Agent Cincinnati O v For Sale We have two fine second hand light carriages for sale both in first class order one made by cost Seller Carriage Co 350 The other made by Columbus We will Buggy Co cost 300 Call and see take 75 for each them Mastin Bros DtC 22 2t Â¬ Notice All persons who are indebed to the old firm of C E Collins Bro will please call and settle either with C E or M A Col Â¬ lins and save cost lO 4t Â¬ of the crop of 1893 011 our market to this date amount to 149374 hhds The sales on our market this week have been immense including 3356 hhds of new burley tobacco the betÂ¬ ter grades of which have sold re Â¬ markably high 1975 was realized for one hhd of new burley and a number of hhds sold at prices rang CLEANS THE The offerings ing from 513 to 17 continue to abound in common SHIP AND EN grades badly mixed in color which The LIVENS THE class of tobacco is selling low general tone of the market for the new crop has been Arm Our market For Sale by All is stronger for all old tobacco with bright color Druggists Tne following quotations fairly rep Â¬ TRADE MAKK resent our market for burley to- Â¬ feb 10 ly bacco 1893 crop MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALI1 Trash dark or damaged 00 tobacco UU3 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 4 00 trash Common lugs not colory 3 50 4 50 Common Oolory lugs Medium to good colory WHITES CREAM 6 00 lugs Common to medium leaf 7 00 14 9 00 Medium to good leaf 18 00 14 00 Good to fine leaf FOR 20 YEARS 18 00a 25 00 Select or wrappery Has led all WORM Remedies Sales on our market for the week 4127 hhds with receipts for the same period of 398b hhds Sales on our market since Jan Â¬ uary 1st amount to 154407 hhds Sales yf SHAMPOKA ABSOLUTELY BLM5 DAN- D- CHICAGO And all Points NORTH and WEST Ji ST Vestibued Trains Dining Car Services Palace Chair Cars Pullman Buffet Sleepers And Only First Class Accommodations For Further Information Address BUryanCPA WdMDM OR 52 LOUISVILLE KYf WORM S BOTTLE Jas Barker G P A Chicago 111 VERMIFUGE GUARANTEED lOflS I1ICIURD80N MfUIUMt 10 BIB FOUR ROUTE The Modern Mother Heart Disease Curable The truth of this statement may be loubled by many bat when Dr Kiiiuklin Miles the eminent Indiana specialist claims that heart disease in curable and proves it by thousands of testimonials of wonderful cures by his now heart euro it attracta the attention of the millions suffering with short breath palpitationirreg ular pulse wind in stomach pain in do or shonlder smothering spells o A P Davis fainting dropsy EVERY BEST LINE TO AND FUOM SOU BV AM DKVOOISTd PrtDarrd br Has found that her little onesare Fine Confectionery improved more by the pleasant We are not handling toys laxative Syrup of Figs when in year but are headquarters for this the need of the laxative effect of a finest line of candies to be found gentle remedy than by any other in the city Mixed candy fancy Aand that it is mo e acceptable to box candies homemade taffies and be h n Htlium fcii1 AiUliJ Ultuii11 iinim viijy ifr um il cirmels that cannot large equaled in Fiankloit line of A The true remedy enefits them Lowneys Chocolates the finest CHICAGO Solid Vestlbuled Trilns with Pars Elegant Coaches Dining Sleeph g Cars and latest Improved partment Buffet Sleeping Cans May 12 ly TABLERS BUCKEYE partment Buffet Parlor Cars Wagner Private Com Â¬ nmgnillcleiitly furnished with toilet accessories In tueli com- - ST LOUIS olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Cars Meguiit oaehes Dining Cars unU Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars f - i I 1 - b the fV ivrim of rrJ f is manufactured bv chocolates made and also fine line California Fig Syrup Co only of fruits fireworks cakes and fancy Fis a confections at prices never heard Times are hard and shoes are of in the city Todds new store cheap at Notice the disnear new bridge Come and look through our Meagiikr Marshall play of fruits and nuts in the win- entire line cost nothing see lots dow as you pass by 15 21 Meaghek Marshall Â¬ Silver Greek Nebraska by nsing four bottles of Dr Miles New Hoarfc Cure was completely cured after twolvo yoam suffering from heart disease This wonderful remedy if sold by J W Gayle Books free 5 OINTi CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE BOSTON The only through Sleeping Car lino from Cin Â¬ cinnati Klegant Wagner Sleeping Cars BEST REMEDY for PILES ft jM BY Att onVGGISTH Pretirjdtr BICIIAEDSOtT MED BT LOUZO CO known for IS voars as the and CERTAIN CURE NEW YORK The Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Combination lhrar Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Klegant Coaches and Dining Cars lauding passengers In New York City at 12d street Depot Positively May 12 ly E NO Bo Broadway and Wilkinson next door k For Rent Cottage corner Old Apply fridge Etchings before they are Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Pair Highest Award 14 tt M 11 gone of J Be sure to get one of the PERRY TRANSFER Genl Pats D B MARTIN I -- y BJftgtffi I cuted at this office Job work neatly exe Â¬ sure jour tickets rend via BIG FOUR MCCORMICK Puss Truffle Manager 0 Tcket Agt t CINCINNATI 4 jfck l