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EPSHftv w The GEO A LEWIS Publisher RANKFORT KOraDABOFT A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS TERMS 100 In Advanoe NO VOL XVIII FATAIj ACCIDENT FEANKFORT Highest of all in Leavening Power KY SATURDAY MARCH 16 1895 CHEAP GOODS Messrs Sower 28 M Latest U S Govt Report Another Rolling Over Him Mini Kllloil by ti JiOff 3 C L1 fl I - Yf i 1 k IP Sam Rhoby was employed with some other hands in cutting a saw log on a hillside near Baileys Mill this county on Tuesday of last week and being green at the business was standing upon the There is an abundance of the He was fines tfruit there every year and the lower side of the log warned that he was in danger and vegetables immense the onions was told to get on the upper side weighing four pounds and Irish but he said he could get out of potatoes five He says no one the way in time and presisted in knows what an Irish potato is staying where he was When the until he has tasted one of the log was cut off and started to1 roll Idaho variety down the hill he jumped entirely A TIGHT SQUEEZE out of the way but for some unaccountable reason sprang back And a Close Fit Between Engine into a little sink in which some and Car brush was piled immediately in Mr Wilson Wilder conductor the track of the log and it passed over him crushing and mangling on the Kentucky Midland Railway his body frightfully He was not had a narrow escape from being killed instantly but lingered until crushed to death Friday evening While attempting to Thursday when he died in great at Paris agony He was a very tall man couple an engine to a gondola car being six feet five inches in height the coupling bar of the engine slipand it was with great difficulty that ped past the draw head of the car was caught between the a coffin could be procured for the and he and end of the car being body one having to be ordered tender squeezed back over the end of the specially from Louisville He until the breath was nearly came to this county from Poneto latter Fortunately the en out of him Indiana and the remains were gine was coming back very slowly shipped there for interment but before he was owing to the delay in procuring and was stopped seriously injured though he has the coffin and a hitch in getting been quite sore about the chest the Adams Express Company to ever since receive the remains they were not sent away until Sunday evening A Country Home Destroyed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bm Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Council Proceedings Baking Â¬ Out Ahlcr Selling Â¬ The council held its regular meeting Tuesday night with the Mayor advertisement and all the members except Coun- cilmen Pruett and Utterbick The Derby Mascot present and did a large amount of The Derby Macot which comes work to the Capital Theatre for a The Mayor was instructed to Tecks close the contract with the Capital matinee and evening engagement Gas and Electric Light Company for 25 additional Arc lights to take tne place of all gas lights I he council refused by a vote of 8 to 2 to remit the fines of the members of the brass band who played on our streets last Sunday week The grievances of several per- Â¬ sons who owe bick taxes to the city were heard and action postponed The council decided to abandon the project of condemning prop- Â¬ erty on the South Side of the riv- Â¬ er to widen Bridge street Mr Miles offered and it had its first passage an ordinance to relieve the Street Railway Company of the 2 per cent tax on its earnings except from the freight business The Company was also directed to renew its bond to the city of 7500 of which the council relieved it some time ago An ordinance in relation to the pay of the lax collector was read and had its first passage The Assessor reported his work as completed and the Mayor appointed Messrs J L Rodman J W Gaines and Thos Church as a Bard of Supervisors A communication was received from the Treasurer of the Sinking Fund showed that that body was still compelled to borrow funds to pay the coupons on the bridge bonds He further stated that higher licenses and increased tax Â¬ es would have to be made if the city is enabled to meet its running expenses the next year On motion of Mr Marshall City Engineer was directed to the supervise the numbering of houses on the extension of Wilkerson Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Messrs Sower Ahler arc selling out their entire stock of goods to quit business and are offering some rare bargains in everything in their line Everything goes at if you want to catch cost and something good at a low price now is your chance Read their Gentle- Â¬ men Maybe you dont know that WE keep a large line of unlaundried and laundried shirts collars and cuffs socks handkerchiefs and underwear of allkinds TIES te- - About seven oclock Saturday morning a defective flue in the To Complete Their Organiza Â¬ residence of Mr South Trimble tion To morrow who lives about a mile beyond the There was a large and enthusiastic Forks of Elkhorn on the Georgemeeting of those interested in the town pike on what is known as organization of a Young Mens the old Frank Chinn place caused Christian Association in this city the house to take fire and burn to held at the Baptist Church Sunday the ground The house and its afternoon at which all the arrange contents together with all the ments were completed for the outhouses was entirely destroyed permanent organization of the as- only a few articles of furniture be Tomorrow afternoon ing saved in a damaged condition sociation at 3 oclock there will be a mass entailing a loss of about four thous Â¬ meeting of the business men of and dollars which is nearly covered The smoke house the city held at the Christian by insurance Church in the interest of the which was one of the buildings de- Â¬ movement and at night at 730 a stroyed contained a large lot of union meeting of all the congrega l meat and other supplies for the tions of the city will be held at the family First Presbyterian Church at which Caught on the Boat the permanent organization will be Mr Henry Rosevear effected Tames Scott a negro was of Louisville the State Secretary arrested on board the steamboat street The council then adjourned of the Association will be present Enos Taylor at Lock No 4 until the next regular meeting andaddressthe meeting and other Monday night It is charged that night addresses will be made by local he committed robbery in Madison Dyspepsia of the organization Indiana and nude his escape on members Isnt pleasant nor is it necessary There should be a large congrega- - the Tavlor when she touched at Dr Hales Household Tea will cure ic We have a great many testimo tion present and especially those the wharf An that city officer nials from people who say it has abso Â¬ who have signified their intention came to tluVcity by secured lutely cured them It is pleasant to 25o and 50c a take and of becoming members should at the assistance of an officer of this package at cost only P H Oakpenters drug ft tend city went to the lock and waited store until the boat arrived went on Triers Will Suit Times Was Charmed board and took Scotf into custody 00 4 Steel toed shoes Mr D C Crutcher returned He was lodged in iail to await the Plain shoes 80 cents 4 Friday evening of last week from a arrival of extradition papers 4 Removes 40 cents visit of several weeks to his brothAll work reduced accordingly Tjoss Promptly Paid and given prompt attention ers in Boise City Idaho He was Wm K Uttekhack delighted with the country its Mr L L Anderson agent of 26 4t wonderful progress products and the New York Life Insurance For Jailer and climate thinks it a splendid Company was in the city Satur K ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN- place to live and found the people day and paid to Mrs Lizzie Pep nounce Mr A li MKAM1I as a the most hospitable he has ever per 35000 the amount of one of candidate for jailer of Franklin county u IU um of the Democratic l If Ilie could sell win and the policies held bv iiwi late hus IBUUJCWI at the convention or primary to be met party settle up his business here he band Col R P Pepper in that held to nominate candidates for this ofÂ¬ fice He takes this mode of informing would go out there and settle as company his friends of his candidacy in order that he will not have nt this early date to the climate is exceedingly health- - Df Prce8 Cream Baking Powder worry them with electioneering ful and the country prosperous March 7 tJ A Pure Qrpe Crem ol Tartar Powder C THE Y M A Â¬ Wednesday March 20th scribed as a sensational Its scenes are laid in drama Texas Its plot deals as it should in a play of this sort with love and intrigue and tells how the hero come out all right The cast You to know that every article includes Kate Rooney the daugh- we keep in this line are of the ter and imitator of the late Pat very best makes Rooney Dolly Theobald the golden haired princess of the 1492 company Daisy Dixon of Kangaroo dance fame Randolph Unlaun- Murrav and others The three At some of the prices cirls Miss Rooney Miss Theobald dried shirts at 33 and 50 cts laundried shirts at 50 and 75 cts iW 1ift1 inrl Mice THvrfcti nw 1 misses no one of them much over full regular made socks only 12 cts a pair good collars all sizes five fet tall cts good cuffs all Katie Rooney and Daisy Dixon at 10 and 2 a pair will both be seen in boys pants sizes at 15 and 20 cts Balbrigan undershirts at 25 the former as a newsboy boot elegant elegant black c and the latter as his cts tecks or Bargains in all Miss Theobald essavs quality at 25 cts iockv rival the heroine and successfully sits the departments astride King Faro a hurdle jump- C3a J ing horse while he clears a mock railroad gate five feet ten inches j high When 1492 first went to New bows and string sleeve and collar buttons and all is de necessaries that are used daily melo- the we want JUST LOOK Â¬ rf J HDBTSTEINS Â¬ Â¬ York Miss Theobald was a mem- io 214 St Clair St next door to ber of the company and for a R K McClure long time the Gorry agents were on pins and needles endeavoring to find out whether or no she was BLOE DBflSSJUaSEBIES She above the lawful age limit doesnt look a day over 15 though in reality so we are tod she is nearly 19 1895 gpMg 1895 Full stock of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Evergreens Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus and every- Commends itself to the well-in- thlng for the orchard lawn and formed to do pleasantly and effect- - Rarden We employ no agents but sell at first cost to the planter Straw- ually what was formerly done in berry and general catalogue on ap- the crudest manner and disagree Plication to The Modern Way j To cleanse the ably as well U and break up colds head Mar tern aches and fevers without unpleasant after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs sys- - JJ 9 LEXINGTON 3m HI L L EjIU Cj 1 Hilt KY IT HG MATTE THE- - Epwortli Leaguers Send stamp for official book contain Historic Chattanooga ing full particu lars International Convention of Epworth League Â¬ Â¬ Phototiw 334 MAIN STREET 1 at Chattanooga next June The Queen and Crescent Route will make rate one fare for round trip Chas VV Zell D P A Cincinnati O W A Becklek N P A hi Adams St Chicago III C A Haiku T P A Detroit V W Donna vant T P A Cleveland W C Rineakson G P A Cin cinnati O FRANKFORT K Â¬ Â¬ JAPANESE connlrtlnR ol A New and Complete Treatment of Ointment and two 4BUPFOSITOKIEH OaDsules firtltna A Us lAvwf fnra for Plleii of f ntntm every nature and degree It mukwi an operation with the knife or Injection of carbolic ncd which are painful and seldom a permanent cure nud often reÂ¬ sulting in death unneemwarr Why endure this CURB w Â¬ We stunranteeQ boxes terrible disease Oil is the Johnsons Magnetic Box for JAPANESE PILE OINTMENT 25c a remedy greatest internal colic and all internal C0NSTIPATI0NgyuiPrip1MvPettdand cramps TOMAOH REUDLATOH Bmoll uiiiu and pleonant to r aches and pains for man or beast adapted or children use Dots Large bottles 25 and 50 cents J 25 cents W Gayle Sole Agent J W GAYLE Solo Agent n 11 GO en cu rn rn cu rn cu rn uu nci iDoxit Tbe iDiscotirgLgecl If you have worn that old suit so long that you are ashamed to wear it long3r come to us and we will sell you a new one for a small amount of money Tnere are a great many men and boys in your fix and we have made great preparations to sell them all a new suit We have some real good And a great many of them at all prices up to rn iiv rn cu rn cu rn cu rn cu rn cu CU ra cu cu rn uu rn cu b rn uu rn cu rn cu rn oa MENS SUITS AS LOW AS en rn cu CU DO rn cu rra cu BCT cu GDI jPSixra PERSONA1 stock Not This Week 2000 500 rn rn cu rn cu CU CU1 A cut rzr JZTOTX7 cu rn cu CU rnr ens DO rn cu rn cu en tin ca rn HUDSON HUMPHRIES Philadelphia where he is stationed at the Cramps Ship Yard with the remains of his mother Mrs J F Meek and Miss Adaline Meek of St Louis Mo are at the Capital Hotel to spend a month with Mrs Meeks parents Mr and Mrs S C Sayres Mrs James W Crutcher entertain- Â¬ ed a few young friends at a seven course luncheon Monday evening in honor of Mrs J Buford Hendricks visitor Miss Scott Mr William J Dodd and wife of Louisville who were the truests of Mr George F Berry and wife on Shelby street last week returned home Sunday evening CASSELL On The Following Lines rcr cu rn cu net BU IfesgBEBESESSBL cu Mr Ben T Farmer spent Tuesday in Louisville Mr Wood M Longmoor is out after a short illness with grippe Mrs Lucian Beckner has gone to Danville to visit her parents Mr H G VanOrsden of Lexing- Â¬ ton spent Monday in this city Mrs M H P Williams jr is very ill at her home on Second street Mrs J C Page of Chicago is visit ing Mrs S C Bull on Cross street Jailer Minus Williams is seriously ill at his residence on St Clair street Mr L S McHenry has returned to Frankfort after a long visit to Owens Â¬ Owing to the delay in getting some of the machinery back from the manufactory where it was sent to be repaired the Street Car Company will not be able to Hardware Wall Paper Harness Paints Oil Glass Brushes Lfme- commence operating the road un- Â¬ Cement Plaster Fire Clay Fire Brick Sewer and Flue Pipe Fire Grates Wire Blacksmiths and Wagon Material Wag- Â¬ til next week They hope to be ons Sash Doors Belting Leather Avery Plows Ferti- Â¬ able to get the freight motor runlizers Steel Rooting Fishing Tackle Guns Blast- Â¬ ning Monday if not all the other ing and Rifle Powder Cultery Etc cars Â¬ FOr REDUCED PRICES Stricken With Paralysis Mr John W Mastin father of Messrs J C and Gilbert Mastin suffered a stroke of paralysis Tuesday and since that time has been lying very ill at his home on Ann Â¬ CALL ON M A COLLINS MAIN STREET boro Senator William Lindsay returned Wednesday evening from Washing-Â¬ ton City Miss Hannah Smith of Versailles is visiting friends and relatives in this city Mr John Rice is at his desk in the Auditors office after a severe attack of grippe Miss Marie Westfeldt of Ashville N C is the guest of Miss Christine Reynolds The Married Ladies Cinch Club was enteriained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs W F Grayot at her home on Shelby street The prize was won by street Mrs W H Newhall jr Dr C B Telephone No 56 Must Pay for Their Music The City Council on Tuesday refused to remit the fines imposed by the police court upon the colored musicians who played upon the streets on Sunday two weeks ago and their only hope now is The total fines the Governor and costs run up to 127 Â¬ Chinn found the weather Sent JJnck to Owen rainy and disagreeable in warm Atlanta Georgia where he went two Thomas Carroll charged with weeks ago for the benefit of hiB grand larceny committed in health and concluding it would be Owen county was arrested in as well to be here as to remain in doors all the time returned home this city on Wednesday and sent I Bl Bfl SE13NTI Wednesday back to that county for trial 4njukjcf whose Baker Mr On Wednesday March 20th livery stable on Main street in Sam D Johnson Co will have lllla tliy was ucauucu uy niv their opening of novelty dress last fall has brought suit against goods Come and see them the Transcontinental Insurance Company of Germany and the Advertised Letters at attack of grippe Frankfort Judge J M Posey and son Mr National of Connecticut to re Kentucky Ed Posey of Lawrenceburg were in j cover the joss UDOn his stock He Persons calling for letters in the city Thursday had a policy for 800 in the following list will please say the that Col Lem S McHenry has returned and 1200 in the latter they were advertised otherwise they from a visit of several months to former The companies refused to pay may not receive them Free delivery friends in Owensboro of letters by carriers at the residence Mrs Jas A Murray has been quite the full amount of their policies of owners may be secured by the ill at her home Glen Willis below and Mr Baker has sued to com- Â¬ observance of the following rules First Direct letters plainly to the this city but is improving pel the performance of their con- street and number of house Mr D C Crutcher has returned tract Second Head letters with the from a visit of several weeks to his writers full address including street and number and request answers to brother in Boise City Idaho For Theft and Aron be addressed accordingly Misses Anne and Emily Thomas Third Letters to strangers or Harvey Whitea young negro ex sient visitors in the town or tran are visiting their brother Mr L A city Thomas in Augusta Georgia was arrested Saturday whose especial address may be un- Â¬ convict should Mrs Richard Church went to Louis- Â¬ upon the charge of having entered known corner be marked in the left by the word Tran Â¬ hand ville Wednesday to visit her brothen the Sallie sient room of Mrs Mr Pitman Meek who is in feeble Greenhow at the residence of onFourth Place the postage stamp health the upper right hand corner and Mrs Virginia Duvall on Steele leave space between the stamp and Miss Ruth Robinson has returned directions for postmark from the city and will be pleased to street robbed her of ten dollars see all her old and many new cus Â¬ and then set fire to the room and Arnold Mr Geo Holt Mr Joe Burchler Mr Hull Joe tomers John Hanes Susie M Monday he had lodged in jail Hertel Conrad Mr and Mrs John Baker of Alton an examining trial before County Bult Dr A L Botts Mrs Ann Jenkins Miss spent several days this week in the A Liddie Judge Ben G Williams and was Boston MrsLauraLankerby city visiting Mrs Anna Moyers on Mr held over to the April term of the col Main street John Britton Moses Jones Mr Billie Miss Jennye McDonald returned Circuit Court Craig Henry Mosby John Oristo Miss from Bonnett Carre Louisiana yes Â¬ Mullin M D Marshall Mrs Elnora AVill Ilelmllri terday after an extended visit to Miss Carr Miss M Q Ponder Jessie Blanche Boujere Cooper Mr Ben Pierce Miss Nevel Mr P H Newman will in a Christian Walter Puckett Mattie Miss Francis of Now York City Reid Mote rebuild the livery Ecton Walter who haB been visiting Mrs W P short time French Miss Ella Rhoads Mrs Ree Hudson on Washington street re Â¬ stable on Main street opposite J 0 Mr turned home Wednesday the Capital Hotel which was de GravesBessieJ A Riley George Giles Underwood Mr Mr J C Bailey the celebrated stroyed bv fire last fall He has Hunley Mrs Abe butfologist and wife of Versailles already received the plans for the Amanda Vaughn Mrs D M Hues Mrs M E are visiting Mr J M Saflelland wife work S B Holmes P M corner of Washington and Wapping streets The Clouds Intervened Wont Tolmeco Spit or Smoke MIps Nina Parker of Lexington Your Ljifo Away The cloudy rainy weather of who lias been visiting relatives and Thetruthtul startling title of n book about friends in this city for the past three Sunday night prevented the eclipse the only huunless JUauanikkd weeks returned home Thursday of the mocn being seen in this cure If ou want to quit and cant Brace tii nicotinic nerves asb morning eliminates nicotine locality and Irom reports the same gain strength weightpoisons makes weak men Positive cure and vigor Past Assistant Engineer T Fred or money refunded Book at druggists or mailed tree Address S Navy was in the kind of weather seems to have pre Carter of the U The Sterling Hemedy Co Chicago 40 Randolph city Wednesday having come on from vailed everywnere eise OctC ly St New York 10 Spruce St Â¬ J Â¬ Judge Geo W McClure of Mt Vernon was in the city several days this week Capt Sam Sanders and son Sam Jr went to Monterey Owen county on Wednesday Mr John H Stewart has been confined to the house this week with an Sued for tlic Insurance Dudley Novelty Dress Goods 501 FOB A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCRIPTION THC I B Bfl Piles Piles Piles Dr Williams Indian Pile relief Latest Market Quotations Ointment is prepared only for Piles and Itching of the private parts and Latest State News nothing else Every box is guaran Â¬ JB All the Local News teed Sold by druggists sent by Complete Press Reports 100 per box mail for 50c and land WILLIAMS MFG CO Props CleveO Sold by Holmes Baird - Dr Williams Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind Bleeding Ulcerated and Itching Piles It absorbs the tumors allays the itohing at once acts as a poultice gives instant HJ Louisville THC ties BRIOHTCST AND BC9T AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH BB Bfl H H H H m IB K Â¬ I H Largest Circulation in the South H B 30000 AND OVER DAILY Deafness Cant Be Cured By local Â¬ applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear Or 500 a Year by Mall fl There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional JNO A HALDEMAN Bus remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous BJ bob fourth Avenue lining of the Eustachian Tube When LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY the tube gets inflamed you have a a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf ness is the result and unless the in Â¬ flammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out ef ten are caused by BIG catarrh which is nothing but an in Â¬ flamed condition of the mucous sur Â¬ face We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by catarrh that we cannot cure by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free 50CEnfSAM0NTH IB M-o- H BM H B Ml T ROUTE BEST LINE AND FROM CHICAGO NOAHS m v m 4 m I SALOON 200 THE BEST Solid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffe Parlor Cars Elegant Coaches Dining Cars Wagner Sieeplrg Cars and latest Improved Private Corn nirtiuent Buffet Sleeping Cars magnltlclentlf furnished with toilet accessories in each corn pa tinent 1 1 ST LOUIS Soup from 10 to 12 lunch Come one goods in pints and Next door to R B hleganti oacbes Dining Cars and Wagner also nice counter Cars BuffetSleeplngCars come all Bottle quarts a specialty olid Vestlbuled Trains with Buffet Parlor Jillson BOSTON ElMILx 305 Broadway Om HALDI Frankfort Ky cinnati Theonlj through Sleeping Car line from Elegant Wagner Sleeping Cars Cin Â¬ Mur y NEW YORK Southwestern Limited Solid Vestlbuled with Combination Library Buffet and Smoking Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars Elegant Ouches and Dining Cars lauding passengers In New Yoik City nt 4 d Street Depot Positively Tnlis The Stockholders Meeting 1 M e NO milEIlK WILL UK A MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Teaks Mill Turnpike RoadComnanynt Lew Churchs store In Peaks lli sure our tickets read via BIG FOUR 1II1I 011 Saturday April Cth 18y5 ut 3 oclock p Mccormick d b martin ZAC11 CHURCH President m Puss Trafllc Manager GenI Pats Ticket Aat LEW CHURCH Secretarj and Treasurer FERRYTRANSFER CINCINNATI ko 1 Mar lG 2t 1L W uZAwrumMtumsffimtowmvMjwui WEfflSffiKRfiHftSS mmmmmmmim V5w SPECTACLES P P If your eyes need medical treatment we wont sell you Specta- Â¬ C STILLHARPING ON SILVERWARE And we are producing harmony by low prices and high quality The market rate of the white metal enables us to give you good value and beautiful workmanship The brilliancy of our flolid silver articles covers no flaws Every one is perfect and a tempter to the pooketbook Â¬ Heavily plated Porks Knives etc at light figures The flight of time will not affect the wear enhanced by an ing qualities of our Silverware or mar the beauty Your table is Spoons of dainty exquisitely pattern and dessert seems of finer flavor when eaten with chased Tea Set E cles simply to make a sale T C L E A o zkkjlGt ek GRADUATE OPTICIAN Will look closely to the details tion of your eyes and make a thorough examinaÂ¬ There will be no charge for telling you what your eye trouble is and for giving advice Lenses ground to 0 T L E C A suit the vision and us from March frames accurately made to fit the face to April 5th and guarantee accuracy and fine work E O Zehagen will be with C E -- nth M M A SELBERT the leading jeweler 233 ST GLAIR ST rv fit sx m 15 i7i FV I c a visit of seveal days to friends THE NEW P F V LIMITED and relatives here Commencing Sunday May 13th Regular services at Buck Run Miss Annie Redd spent several the F F V Limited will leave morrow at the usual hours days at home last week to Cincinnati dailv at 1220 noon Rev S C Mitchell pastor Mr Penn moved last week from arriving at Washington at 740 a Elder J K P South will con- the farm of Mr Willard Feather m Baltimore 900 a m Phila duct services at the Christian ston to the house of Mr Craighton delphia a m and New 1120 Church to morrow at the usual York 140 p m The train will Hughes in our burg hours Miss Gertrude Shaw of Frank- consist of Composite Car Elegant Â¬ The comparatively beautiful fort spent the latter part of last Day Coach with Smoking Comweather during the past two or partment Dining Car Pullman three weeks has caused quite a week with relatives here Sleeping Cars of the latest and Messrs Thomas South and most improved design and an revival of spirits among our peoOscar Cannon paid a visit to Mid- Â¬ Observation Car ple Emphasis is especially placed on the Observaof resi- way Sunday The numerous change Built by the Pullman Miss Mary Holton returned tion Car dence in this section during the Company from Chesapeake and past five weeks causes a great home this week after a visit of change in the appearance of our several days at Stamping Ground Ohio plans the F F V Obseraccompanied by Miss Daisy Hock- Â¬ vation Cars serve their purpose vicinity as regards citizenship better than any others that have Messrs C PGreenup Co have ensmith of that place ever been constructed Miss Ida Stone is in our midst been awarded the contract for put As the F F V Limited is the tincr one thousand perch of stone Messrs G F Forsee and S only train having an Observation on the Franklin county section of Holton Misses Narcie Shaw Car attached it necessarily folthe Frankfort and Georgetown Annie and Fay Redd spent Sun- lows that the Chesapeake and turnpikes for the present year day with the Misses Juett near Ohio Ry alone has scenery interMV Claude Sargent and family Georgetown esting enough to demand an Observation Car The F F V Limited of Bridgeport and Mrs Zenada The dwelling of Mr South Kirk and little daughter of Chica- Â¬ Trimble burned to the ground be- is the only train running through go Illinois visited friends in our tween 8 and from Cincinnati to New York that 9 oclock Saturday enables the business men to transrecently town morning The fire was caused Mr G M Brock and family by a detective flue in the kitchen act business in Cincinnati one day It is have the sympathy of their many and was not discovered until the and New York the next the only train for Jersey City Coast friends in this vicinity in the roof was in a light blaze about bereavement occasioned by the one half the furniture was saved resorts which arc reached by the The smoke- F F V at dinner time instead of death of his mother which oc- Insurance 4000 It is the only curred at the home of her husband house containing meat and flour in the evening train that enables business men to near Peaks Mill last Monday valued at 300 was also burned This is the fourth house that has transact business in Cincinnati one night March nth day and reach Washington for Farmers have commenced plow burned upon that foundation it breakfast the next morning It is in and otherwise preparing for the being the second for Mr Trimble the most desirable train for New crop of 1895 England resorts connections being Opening of Dress Goods made in the Union Depot in Mr T H Hind of Chicago Co will Washington with the Colonial Sam D Johnson has been in our midst this week stock of spring and Express running through to Boston open their Mr Morris Zulling and sister summer novelty dress goods Wed which reaches New Haven 410 p have returned to their home in New London 530 p in Come and m Arkrnsas from a visit to friends in nesday March 20th Providence 715 p m and Boston see then this section The F F V is the 830 p m Seed Potatoes Seed Potatoes only modern train lighted throughThe eclipse of the moon came out with Electricity carrying a on time but owing to the cloudy I will receive in the next few Dining Car and an Observation March 10th night Sunday days five car U ads about 3000 Car observation could not be taken bushels of northern potatoes diThe Washington and Atlantic otherwise than to note the dark rect from New York and Michigan Express also an Electric Lighted ness that prevailed during its These potatoes will not be bought Vestibuled train will leave Cincin- Â¬ passage in a small way from Cincinnati or nati at 700 p m reaching Wash An experience of thirty five Louisville but wilt come through ington 240 p m and Old Point years as teacher in the common in the same cars they are loaded Comfort 600 p m Connection schools of Franklin and adjoining in so you can depend on getting is made at Washington with the us more pure northern stock and not Ohio Boston Express or the Limited convinces counties fully of the fact that a graded river stockas is very often sold for reaching New York nbout 900 I will be head- p m system of our country schools northern stock At Norfolk connection is might by a little extra exertion of quarters for seed potatoes this made with the Old Dominion patrons and trustees be effected season and want your trade and to Steamship Line reaching New The teaching corps made equl in get your trade will make you low York 300 p m the next day point of ability to any 111 the prices Call and see me and get THE BIG POint HOUTB larger cities by using the same your seed potatoes at retail and C 3 Bell jr Ann motive power This vicinity wholesale Has the Uest Terminal Facili Â¬ expends annually for educational street next to Lucketts stable ties at Chicago 26 tf purposes no less than six hundred All trains enter Chicago on the Illi- Â¬ dollars for the attendance of nois Central tracks along six miles of Best rubber and cotton hose at the Luke Front through the moat pupils at other educational instipicturesque portion of the city and 26 2L Mastin Brothers tutions than home This with the land passengers in the magnitlcent three hundred and fifty dollars Central Station on Twelfth street Clovkk Seed We have thirty New Lake Front This station is con Â¬ and public money accruing to said venient section would equal a sum of five bushels of choice clover seed Victoria to the Auditorium Richelieu Â¬ and Leland Hotels and with for sale Wood Broth eks about one thousand dollars besides in two blocks of the State and Woodlake Ky 25 41 Wabash Street Cable Lines and the the amount paid for private tuiSouth Side Klevated Railway Con tion would increase the sum to Tjow Hates venient stops are also made at Hyde about twelve hundred dollars cre Park Thirty Ninth Htreet and Twenty ating a very handsome competency On clover oats and timothy Socond street Stations Magnitlcent Vestibuled Trains each for the two teachers required seed wall paper harness Avery Parlor Cars Wagner Sleeping Cars in such a school plows electric door bells and Private Compartment Bullet Sleep ing Cars and Superb Dining Oars No Willie Parrent has been at home fertilizers at M A Collins Main transfer across Cincinnati to make Telephone No 56 connections several days this week from George street Your ticket should read via the Big town College sick with la grippe If you dont want good work Four Route to enjoy these privileges E Miss Bonnie Hockensmith re- dont try the Capital Steam D OMcOormiok Pass Traffic Mgr B Martin Genl Pass Tkt Agt turned to Frankfort Saturday after Laundry Big Four Route Cincinnati O 24 tf Forks of Elkhorn SPECTACLES L 8 MARSHALL CO OFFICE 236 MAIN STREET A SELBEHT m Â¬ Real Estate Agents FOR SALE large part of this land Is now under cultivation mid the bal ance Is Rood grazing land In this tract there Is also a quantity of line tobaccj lund or Frankfort- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OF AKAttM city limits 80 ACRES OF GOOD LAND WITH A Â¬ GREAT BAKGUiN IS OFFERED IN THE Malt Mouse property on Hero street S Till property Is well equipped for malting or would make a line warehouse or manufacturing estab Â¬ lishment Â¬ ttfiT T Ul TJCVTt XtiJii L A SIX ROOM RKSI deuce on Clinton street FOR RR NT310110031South second street Side N - Â¬ JPiOO South Side Â¬ WILL BUY Y0U A FRAME tage of y rooms on Second street Tobacco Laud w 7 Â¬ FARM FOR SALE WE Â¬ Â¬ pike 8 miles trom Frankfort This is very pro Â¬ premises ductive land Is well Improved abundantly sup Â¬ plied with water and Is especially adapted to stock raisins- - The neighborhood Is excellent churches and schools convenient and all sur Â¬ V OFFER FOR SALE A FARM OF 150 ACRES of tine tobacco land near Forks of viii horn 25 acres sod broken tills ear leaving the OFFER FOR SALE A FINE FARM OF reliuh lug 125 acres ill uih s For terms niii it acres situated on the Georgetown turn our office or on R c Church agent on the E Â¬ roundings attractive FRAME SfiOO yilLL BUY AEast Mo In COTTAGE 5 rooms on street OK Â¬ Â¬ 260 ACRE FARM offered for sale with lot 07 by 150 feet HO of BUY Si uwv WILL rooms V 7 A BRICK RESIDENCE on Holmes street FINE UND fJ ments situated 1 siock raisin Ml fhornnmiilb on easy payments WITH GOOD IMPROVE- near rorks of Elkhorn is his tana Is well adapted to or will ral e line tobacco as well as on fhlj Iif li will -- ll AD U T 1 IMXt OrlUTj mn Jiillll nmci lllil Uillaili WE OFFER FOR SALE a double frame cottage COTTAGE OF FOUR Thorn Hill This property wld and on very easy payments only payment being required with the weeKiy T1RAME or Sale ROOMS RADnCM CADM ok seven acres with l new Irame cottage of four be sod cheap rooms ami nn tuner necessary improvements r y e road two miles from V a small cash Is ottered for sale i iiinniut This is very balance paid desirable property AT FOR SALE IX A unuu A GREAT BARGAIN adjoin Judge Dianes propeity TAYLOR AVENLE AND THE offered for sale on easy terms on u good twenty foot street and These lots lire Â¬ BETWEEN Â¬ Â¬ FOR SALE FINE FARM OF 1210 ACRES FINELY LO- rx cited 8 miles trom riuiiKiori a on a Luou turnpiKe road upon wiucu mere is brick resi dence of 5 room a tenement of four rooms and another necessary Improvements This laud Is In u high state of cultivation the Improvements are In Hue condition and In order to make a julck sale will be ottered at a bargain A Â¬ L residence of seen rooms and two acres of land at Thorn Hill This property is nicely lo Â¬ cated fronting on tliH Owenton turnpike and will be sold on weekly painents to the right part If not sold immediately will rent at a low ngure TS OFFERED NEW TWO STORY FRAME Â¬ FOR SALE rnWO HUME COTTAGES OK FOUR ROOMS 1 each on Talor avenue This is good propertyandwillbe sold on easy payments to tli right party If you are Interested come quick w Â¬ L B MARSHALL GO 109 90 -- fa WHAT DOES IT MEAN It meani hat thoQuron on I Croitmt Uniita Is IT milei thortcit between Cincinnati ami Lvtinrtuu vt miles tlmrtiH Ciucmnatl to lllr- Bihmhim 9n luiloi churtect Ifiit muati to New Orlfaua Hi uiiImhorteit Cincinnati to Chattanooga Atlanta ur JmluouvUl 1loriJa Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SOLiD VESTIBULED TRAINS between all of Hie nhovo jolnti Throuph Pirs to VlckjW nn I Miret Only lino running through iir Cincinnati to Knoxvillo ami ort O A i lie il le N Hireit lino to Iejujunl Mi xko U New Orleant or via Shrcveiurt Ask iieiiu about tour to California From IuuUTillc thell illu nn I Lawreiufhurit dirnt ouuettiou ia maJo at Llilugua V Itli ftluutel train to all uiuti huiitfi W l niNKAKSOV Ocul Iatir Agmt Cuuinnatl O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE v SV st J JJ Grand Opening Monday Tuesday and Wednesday When we will put gant lines of all the latest in WW When Starting Out For a Walk Try and make it n point to cnll nml Bee the best line of WASH GOODS ever put on snle in Frankfort Beantifal Ginpcham nt 8 TMEirolx ctxici 20 18 10 one of the most ele on display Â¬ The Hosiery Question Is very important to yon When yon buy HOSIERY go where they offer the best We have values for the least money great bargains to offer this spring Our Fast Black Seamless Hose in Ladies1 and Childrens at 120 per pair can not be beat We have for 15c Hosiery that always sold 10 and 12c Fnbric All colors in the newest of Wash Court Royal P K at 15o French American Percales 10 and 12c The prettiest of all Call Dimaty 30 vdif ferent styles at 16c 10 and Check Muslin 5 Best Cottons 5 6J and 8j MASTIN Our stock of impleÂ¬ 7c 120 Pattern Suits inwoiand silk WEITZEL fc O DONNELL 2vuX2T STKBET -HAVE MOVED TO W A GAINES fieux York and Parisian at 25c We can sell you for 25c the best Hose ever offered 60c Lisle Thread Hose at 35c Our Hose are all guaranteed Fast Blaok or money refunded LADIES RIBBED VESTS 10 12 and 15c Extra values t3 COS fcC C3 s and everything need- Â¬ ed on the farm is large ments is the best on the market Our line of vehicles is the est fin- Â¬ and our prices are the lowest Give us a Our supply of trial before buying elsewhere m harness saddles gear NEW STOREROOM ON MAIN STREET FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT smashing his watch Entered atthe post offlce atFrankfortKentucky as second class mailable matter all to pieces Hog Thieves Caught Officer William Gordon arrest- Â¬ ed Austin Scott Ben Mosby and Toe Gibson known as Six Rits all colored on Tuesday upon the charge of stealing hogs from the farm of Col Chas E Hoge near Jetts Station The men all live just outside of the city limits on the Versailles pike and one of the hogs was found in the possession of Gibson Scott and Gibson were held over to the April term of the Circuit Court in the sum of 250 but Mosby was discharged Every Baker In Frankfort Using- Arctic Flour - and tearing the seat out of his pants Badly Needed I HAVE YOU TRIED THE J E H FLOUR THE BEST IN GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MARCH 16 1895 There are any number of side- Â¬ ACCIDENTS Which Befel a Franklin County Man on a Southern Trip Mr Colon M county da Jones of this Wednesday returned FloriÂ¬ from a trip to Georgia and T - where he and Mr John Stout of Alton went to sell a lot While in of mules and horses Florida Mr Jones attempted to cross the Suwanee river in a small row boat at a point where a bridge had been washed awav and the ferry boat carried off when the boat turned over and dumped him in the river Mr Stout while fish ing from a boat attempted to reach up and tie his set hook to a limb of a tree when he slipped over the side of the boat into fifteen feet of water and on Tuesday oh his way home the train upon which Mr Jones was riding collided with another ten miles be The en low Dalton Georgia gines were smashed to pieces and things mixed up generally on the A lady in the car with Mr train Jones was thrown some distance and badly hurt one man made a flying shoot over a half dozen seats and landed wrong end up on the floor the train boy who had just entered the car and closed the door behind him made a leap into the air and went through the door like a rabbit carrying the glass with him and Mr Jones well he just took a header into the seat in front of him Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ walks in the city which need repairing and the work should be done this summer If anyone will take the trouble to walk a half dozen blocks in any portion of the North Side he will find that a majority of the sidewalks he passes over are either worn in holes or are in ridges made by tree roots growing under them while on the South Side many of the walks are in a wretched con- dltion Ihese StlOUla all De re- rair1 anH nnr in nrnnd condition The ex before another winter pense will not be very great to each property holder would give em- Â¬ ployment to quite a number of men now idle and greatly improve the appearance of the city If it were not for the electric lights on our streets it would be absolutely dan- Â¬ gerous for a person to attempt to walk on some of our streets afcer dark It is a shame tiie way some sidewalks are neglected especially in the residence portion of the city the very portion of the town which should look neat and tidy Wake up and shake off the ap pearance of a country town Â¬ Â¬ THE WORLD Ilk vvlroces JL Artie better than any Flour imported to this city Try it and be con- Â¬ vinced An Eager and a Xinping Wind A continuous down pour of rain Inclement weuther generally In winter mid spring are unfavorable to all classes of invalids But ujirmf li ami ucthly Infused Into the circulation counteracts these Influences and Interpose a defense against them Histetters Stomach Bitters most thorough and effective of stomachics uud tonics not only enriches the blood but For u chill or pre auceWut Its circulation monitory symptoms of rheumatism and kidney complaint purticul trly prevalent at these seasons It Is the best possible minedy It Ih also Invalu able for dyspepsia liver complaint constipation and nervousne s Never set out on a winter or spring Ion ney without it Elderly persons and the dellcitj and convalescent are greatly aide 1 by It Â¬ Patronize Home Industry Crique Germ Proof Filter Â¬ Blue Grass Seed and Garden Fertlizer at Mastin Brothers 26 2t The Best And Cheapest Fil Â¬ ter In Use It Will Make the Muddiest Water Clear as Crystal I refer by special permission to tho Executive Offices State National Bank Gustav Lafontane Â¬ this as I wish to convince them Sample that it will cure them You will read this It is to cull your free W Gayle Sole Agent J attention to the fact that Dr Hales Household Ointment is the iinest The Waverly Bicycle guaranteed remedy in the world for general use It takes away pains at once For t0 tn efliaj 0f nny on the l cuts burns bruises neuralgia and a one is apt to have market JSb5 at Masun isomers hundred ailments 26 2t You want it in tho houso all the time and after you have once 25 bo without it tried it you wont Wnrtfts Pnir Jhe and 50 cents box at P H Oakpun- b store snowed no baking powaer tehs drus 11 I WcnTliut Cent F A Jinkins Roxbury Mass Will you please ssnd me writes two samples of Japanese Pile Cure as I have two friends who are troubled with piles It cured me but they say it cant cure them Please send them on receipt of BH r and J Luscher ONE OUGHT TO BE IN EVERY FAMILY 11 elS Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder Worlds Fair Highest Medal and Diploma so pure or so great in leavÂ¬ ening power as the Royal ESole Agent Ann Street POWER A 3 Tube k Pasteur Filter for Sale Cheap l 4 ll L r k THIHH i r v2V TMTlTir VS KWI I MHHVNWBufeiiLfc SPfi tv MEN WEAR OUR J i standd Slap 2 00 Pearl 250 300 SHOES LADIES WEAR OUR n u U IV S2SH0 msjI In Congress and Bals all style toes In all styles and you will have no others SHOES STATIONERY HATS 2wesLlier Maxsliall 3D ToUnson Go Sam WXLXj IFEIjT THEII3- SPRING AND SUMMEE NOYELTT DRESS GOODS WEDNESDAY MARCH 20TH COILdllE FRANKFORT ROUNDABOUT FRANKFORT MARCH 1G 1895 from 9 until 12 in the m rning of They will Friday March 29th have aprons of all kinds for sale Hi and numerous aJticles to be used every day in the week The price Â¬ Mr Richard Anderson was stand- of admission will be ten cents and ing upon the crossing at the inter- Â¬ a full supper will be furnished for section of Main and St Clair 50 cents streets Saturday when Mrs Stone A Lively Runaway who keeps a grocery on Murray The wagon and team of Mr street came driving rapidly down the street in her delivery wagon George C Shaw was standing in his store on Broadway and ran into him knocking him front of Tuesday afternoon when the team about eight feet and landing him Fortunately he es- took a notion to run away and in the mud made things lively for a time on caped without further injury than St Clair Main and Washington a considerable shake up but a streets Fortun itely they did no warrant was sworn out against damage and were stopped near Mrs Stone and she was fined in One Wapping and driven back to th the police court Monday store The wagon was loaded or two more fines against persons with bales of hay and in st too who drive recklessly about the heavy for them to ru far with streets may teach owners of vehifjoolciug for a Mad Stouo cles that pedestrains have some to rights which they are bound A man from the country wis in respect town Sunday looking for a mad Gone Again stone saying he w is bitten by a rabid dog on Wednesdiy of last Young Louis Proehl son of Mr He Wris directed to Gen week C F Proehl formerly of this city Fayette Hew tt who ac ne time who took a notion to run away possessed one from home while the family reFor a Short Run sided here and remained away has again for several months Arrangements are beincj m ide struck out to see the world and to start up the O F C and Car- Â¬ seek his fortune as we see from lisle distilleries for a two and a the Louisville papers that he took half months run It is expected French leave of his parents who to have tnem in operation about one now reside in Louisville the first of April It is night the first of the week Mastin Brothers sell a good set hoped he will be compelled to of buggy harness for 7 50 stay away this time until he learns 26 2t to appreciate a home COME NOW m m EE THE IM L5- - Zfcvdl Run Down by a Wagon AND BUY - The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in this City Â¬ IIVCS- To quit business as we have to surrender our lease on our storerooms This sale will be continued until all our stock is sold Â¬ SOWER Northern Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets I will AHLER CO Removed From the Baltzel Building JACOB SWIGERT Â¬ A Canclidute for County Judge F Ex County Attorney L Johnson has announced himself as Awarded a Candida e for County Judge of Highest Honors Worlds Fair this county and if he succeeds in getting there will make a good officer as his experience in county affairs will fit him for1 the posiThe election is several tion years off yet and Frank will have plenty of time to get around and see the boys season for northern seed potatoes I wll receive five Have and onion sets cars about 3000 bushels northern ON MAIN STEET TO seed potatoes Early Rose Beauty of Hebron Rurals Empire State Burbank c which I will sell at low prices I will also have sevtral Basement of the Capital Hntel hundred bushels of yellow and white onion sets which will be fiThe3 will fill this space with an entire new advertisement in a I also carry a large short time sold cheap stock of fresh fruits vegetables The only safe sure and reliable Female PILL c at retail and wholesale Give ever offered to Ladies me a call I will do you right C especially recommend Â¬ PENNYROYAL ed to married Ladies S Bell jr Ann street next door Aov fm nm wnnvFB take viui and boxen no nth a 26 tf to Lucketts livery stable lor 500 Send for circular Price 100 per bo 6 1XR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO - Clevelund Ohio A Great Oiler Sale by EiOZjUviEES dc B ZDrvirfists be headquarters this 101 AND 102 ANN STREET r nmsoui PILLS Felt Z i l IID DR We will send the Roundauout one year aid The Louisville Even ing Post one year to any subNow scriber for 300 per year is the time to subscribe Â¬ Â¬ ito 7 M jfe -- 5 -- 7 L6 jSk -- Â¬ CREAM An energetic yoimg man who can furnish horse and harness to engage in a profitable Experience unneces business sary Address box 346 Lexing 26 nr ton Ky Wanted 4Tk uy ago Â¬ Â¬ Church lOiiliMtuinnioiit The young ladies of the First Presbyterian Church will give an entertainment in the parlors of the church on Thursday March 28th from 5 oclock in the afterÂ¬ het family medicine for bilious ness indigestion and constipation Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder J W 25 cents from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant Fifty doses Gayle Sole Agent noon until 9 in the evening and 40 YEARS THE STANDARD MOST PERFECT MADE 1 BAKING POWMR s V for your Go to C S Bell jr northern seed potatoes onion sets 26 tf c fruits vegetables Japanese Liver lellets are the LOUISVILLE EVENING POST prepaid to any address In Kentucky one year for 3 The lyoi Is an S column S jtugo daily estubllshedin 1S70 the lead Â¬ ing afternoon journal ot Kentneky prints the full report of the Associated Press full market reports Washington and Vraukfort correspondence special telegraph u ws from all parts of Kentucky sporting new society racing choice mis Â¬ cellany and live political matter The paper used is clear and the type largo and easily read Agents wanted write for terms AOriCJAU persons who wish to take advantage of this otter must make checks ami money payable to 11 fSL JW v JmUB W FOUR CENTS a Think of las thanarrangement with weekpublishers it Jly an the of PER YEAR- - k f jF W W FA The Evening Vast of Louisville 1 am enablel to make tin unprecedented offer to news- paver readers of Kentucky J willthe send the fW2 jr i G liOVItV Room k 7k 7k 7 --i i 5 s6 orders Third St Louisville Ky -- 7 k 7k 7 -- y te t tJPfvu 2fli Jt AVltoftWlfcj W tiMjii A 1l jjkwWiiA Y i w W Watch this space for CUT PRICES on CHINA Sale to commence March 25th John T Buckley t I V A V GET INTO THE BAND WAGON The above is a common every day American expression I have bought an immense lot of GOLD and GOLD FILLED OASES at panicky prices and I want the public to share the benefits of the deal The cut only holds good for THIRTY DAYS W L COPPERSMITH RELIGIOUS Baptist Church Rev W 0 TayÂ¬ THE P9PULAB JEWELER Death of Mrs Crittenden Â¬ Â¬ A telegram received by relalor the pastor will conduct public tives here on Wednesday anworship at to morrow morning at 11 nounced the death of Mrs Catheoclock No service at night Sunday school in the Chapel at 930 rine Crittenden at her home in a m Chicago that morning The de ceased was the widow of Gen Christian Church Rev W B Thomas L Crittenden a sister Taylor the pastor pro tern will conduct the services to morrow at 11 of the late Capt Harry I Todd oclock No night service and an aunt of Mrs S B Holmes The Young Peoples Society of of this city She had been ill but Christian Endeavor meets in the a few das with erysipelas and lecture room at 645 Mrs Junior Endeavor Society at 3 p m was about 63 years of age Sunday school meets at 930 Crittenden was born and raised in Â¬ i Â¬ the late Thomas Carter died at the home of her son Past Assistant Engineer T Fred Carter of the United States NavyatSwathmore near Philadelphia Penns lvania on The remains Sunday afteenoon were brought here Wednesday and interred in the family lot in the cemetery Mrs George Fleming died at the home of her husband near Peaks Mill on Saturday night and was buried Sunday rwwvw Oak 227 St Clair St 1 Kentucky Midland By Only direct line between Will buy a linmlsome Solid 12 AND CINCINNATI AND FRANKFORT Shortest and quickest oetwetn Fleming Bedroom Suit Frankfort lisle Georgetown and Paris Fal Â¬ Cm Haysrille Gynthiana mouth and A Church Rev Father ONeil will conduct the services at Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd to- Â¬ morrow Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 a m Vespers at 3 p m TtfcCready the rector will occupy his pulpit to morrow at 11 and 730 as usual Rev J McClusky Blayney Episcopal Church Rev R L First Presbyterian Church D D Â¬ the pastor will conduct the services to morrow at 11 oclock Mass meeting of all the congregations of the city at 730 p m Young Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the lecture room Methodist Church lett the pastor will conduct the ser vices at 11 oclock to morrow No Â¬ Rev F S Pol evening service Sunday school meets at 930 a m Epworth League convenes at 645 p m in the ladies parlor Rev D Clay Lilly the pastor will occupy the pulpit to morrow morn No service at ing at 11 oclock Southern Presbyterian Church night Sunday school at 930 Mr John W Wood Â¬ of New York General Secretary of the Brotherhood of St Andrew delivered an address at Ascension Church last Friday morning for interment in evening before the local Society of the family lot and the funeral this city where she resided until after distinguished service in the late war her husband was appoint- Â¬ ed a colonel in the regular United States army when she made her home wherever he was stationed Upon his retirement from active service they took up their resi dence in New York City but after his death several years ago she removed to Chicago and became a member of the family of Capt Edmund H Taylor whose wife was her neice and there the messenger death found her ready and willing to answer the sumShe mons Come up higher was a most excellent Christian lady and greatly beloved by a large circle of relatives and friends Her only child Lieutenant John of the 17th Jordan Crittenden United States Infantry volun- Â¬ teered to accompany Gen Custer in his expedition up the Little Big Horn and was killed with that gallant officer on the 25th of June 1876 in the terrible battle with the Sioux Indians under Sitting Bull anrd sleeps the last sleep be neath the sod where the massacre took place The remains were brought here Â¬ Â¬ Lucy Smith Mrs Smith daughter of the late Robert Smith of Shelby county died at the resi- Â¬ dence of her sister Mrs William Bullard on Monday after a brief Her remains were laid to illness rest in the family burying ground at Shelby ville Tuesday One of the twin boys of Mr Elijah Wells of Spring Hill died Tuesday evening and was placed in the vault in the cemetery Wednesday The other twin we understand is very ill Will buy a beautiful 10 SON WL30L JOH Combos VIA I MIDLAND Wl ASK KOH TICKETS KV TRAINS HUN BY CENTRAL STAOABO IfcDi MC In effect Tec 10 SIDEBOARD In Polished Oak and Bevel Mirror at R SCHKDlLE TRAINS Lv Fianktoit Lv Hummlt Lv Elkhorn A5T OF A TRAINS V M I I i 1 8 - 1 v A V PM If 700 718 731 I No A No 5No7 5 Wells ROGERS MmLMMLMM Mm Opposite Courthouse C JkIl Mm mm jflfc 0m BEST Condensed News LV Duvall Lv Johinon Lv Georgetown Ar O H Depot Lv Newtown Lv Ceiitrelle Lv ElUubiMli Ar ParN LvSwlt or Lv Stamping Ground B I I I 30 23i 7o i 711 2 1 830 840 8 415 425 72J JO i Hi 4 40 9JU ys 7 47 8 08 7i tUO A Mb 82 3II H4S llo 1 I 3 IH5 3 13 1 v S uli 545 4 to i I0U 1003 5 50 4 30 M I M AM V 1 TRAINS WbHT Lv Paris Lv Ellzaoeiu C iNo 2 rNoT TN061N0 5 31 I 045 10ro 10 18 J 5 lv OnurvlUe Iv VAurrmvii Lv Stories IV O S Depot Lv Georgetown H JwoSsT We 18 Miscellany LvStiiiiiluJltima rv LvSummlt Ar FraiiKt lonnsoii iv niivnii 1037 1040 10 41 55 ilu Ii 54 Womens Department Childrens Department Agricultural Department Political Department Answers to Correspondents Editorials Everything WILL BE FOUND IN THK riU7fi rv Ellcium 10 5 lOOJ 11 1W 703 7 t57 42 6 4S 6 51 13 I b45 017 Ii 12S0 12S2 rt A 1110 1122 1130 111 la 7B 7A lcG 7H 43 15 12 1 1 ii Ii m 4I Y 715 vio f0 Leave Fiunklort Hi 15 Leiive Frinkfnit 7 a 1020 11 in LtMvti KiMtiktort 2 ti25p in a 4 30 it 111 in 111 arrive Lexington inlve Cincinnati arrive Cincinnati 3ii the order took place from the First Presbyterian Church of which she was Rev Alex C Hensley of this city long an active member is conducting the Lenten services at the Episcopal Church in Versailles Deaths Â¬ Brock Mrs Sarah E Brock MrWm Sharpe of Bridgeport died at her home near Peaks Mill has purchased from Mr Henry on Monday night after a lingering Polsgrove the frame cottage and illness aged 73 years Her funeral the lot upon which it stands on took place Wednesday from her the corner of Kentucky Avenue late residence and the remains and Bosworth streets and a vacant were interred in the family burylot on Wilson street in Bellepoint ing ground for 600 Carter Mrs Carter wife of Â¬ liellepoint PropiMty Sold jiuAtfrisaArfAMVfiJv WBBEmWmmB jpP3 iivjk mMmmFWm aj ti - mm Both the method and results wheu Syrup of Figs is taken it is pleasant ami refreshing to the taste ami acts gently yet promptly oil the Kidneys Liver and Bowels cleanses the sys tem effectually dispels colds head aches and fevers and cures habitual Syrup of Figs is the constipation only remedy of its kind ever pro duced pleasing to the taste and ac cenlable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its cflbcts prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and 81 bottles by all leading drugAny reliable druggist who gists may not have it on hand will procure it promptly for any one who Do not accept any wishes to try it substitute CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ON ENJOYS 6 SUNDAY TRAINS Leave GtorKtown 1037 a 111 arrive Frankfort 1110 11 111 Leave rank fort 2 30 p 111 arrive ieoiBetown V 5 p 111 Leave Fiankfoit2 30 p in arilve Clnclnnutl -- fl t- 15 1 weekly A Courier Journal 1130 a in Letve Cincinnati 730a - 111 arrhe rrankfort 1 ten iMge elglit column Democratic Newspaper HENRY WATTERSON Is the Editor PRICE 100 A YEAR The Kentucky Midland Rullway and connec tions form the hortett and cheapest route to a1 points north south east and west For further Information apply to their agent or KO B HARPER C D BERCAW Agt Receiver tmd Gen Supt tien Pass Frankfort Kv The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL niakts liberal terms to ngentH bum pie copies of tlie paper and Premium Supplement sent free to tiny address Write to COURIER JOURNAL COMPANY Louisville Ky THE KTilRH ITva TninrTTM For CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT prompt amwer and an honet opinion write to bad nearly fltty year ntUNN tie CO who bave experience in the patent business Commnnlca of In tlons atrlctly confidential A Handbook to ob Â¬ formation concerninit Patent and bow catalogue of mechan tain tbem sent free Also a leal and iclentlflo books cent free Patents taken tbrouRb Munn A Co receive special notice In tbe Hclentlflc Amerlcaii and thus are brought widely before the public with out cost to tbe Inventor This splendid paper timed weekly elegantly illustrated has by far the largest circulation of any sclentltlo work In the bample copies sent free world S3 a 1E0 a year Single Building Edltlonmonthly copies IS cents Every number contains beau plates in colors and photographs of new tlful houses with plans enabling builders to show the latest designs and secure contracts Address MUNN CO EOTODABOUT AND THE W COPYRIGHTS weekly Cornier Journal WJIIuesentonejeurto any address for 1200 8AN FRANCISCO OAL Loumiue ky new york ny Job work neatly exe cuted at this office av 1 Â¬ NW YORK Stfl Bboadwat fmu ia1lrfttifefti4taj Tsssm wmmmm -- - Vdi tiiMWlMmWTOymro5fWqBMWK ftiSfciLLL tjsjsfcyj h tJFijfaf IJiw u jsipsj VvWkW UWmtOifWmMtuKrktWXPtMX llfH WB mfm BICYCLES ffljr y UJXr BICYCLES WE ARE READY FOR YOU - With the biggest lines of goods to be found in the county store and factory are chock full of all kinds of Our VEHICLES HARNESS ROBES BLANKETS PLOWS OF ALL KINOS And a general line of Implements And for cash you can buy more goods from us than an firm on earth Try us KY Mutrimoiiiul Downey- BUGGY A TAX OX BACHELORS Mr Michael The Grand Olllecrs litre HHRNESS WORKS Leatyef and v s formerly of Downey county and Miss Agnes Farrell were married at the Catholic Church in Lockport Illinois on Mr Tuesday February 26th Downey went to Illinois several years ago and was for a time in the employ of Messrs Mason Hoge Co at Romeoville but has sinre gone into business in that place where he is doing well The bride is a popuiar young lady whom Mike has been very fortunate in securing as a partner ior life Mr M B Flynn Updvkk Flynn and Miss Emma Updyke were married Thursday morning at the County Clerks office by Rev D Clay Lilly The en Â¬ Hardin Stevenson gagement of Mr Martin D Har- Â¬ din formerly of this city but now of Danville and Miss Julia Stev- Â¬ enson daughter of Vice President Adlai E Stevenson is announced The young lady has been visiting relatives in Danville for some time J Farrell Mr H J Streng of Richmond Hon Henry S Julian Wants Grand Patriarch and Mr R G this Them to Pay for Their Sin Â¬ Riier Belting at cost Elliott of Lexington Grand Sec Are overstocked on the following articles which I am selling at retary of the Grand Encampment very low figures The following is from the edito- of Odd Fellows paid an official rial columns of the Courier Journal visit to Oriental Encampment in 25 sets Buggy Harness 60 Riding Bridles this city on Thursday evening 150 Wagon Whips Back Bands Traces of Sunday Several candidates were put 200 Buggy Whips Halters Buggy Bridles The statesmen of the Missouri through the degrees 75 guaranteed Cross cut Saws 125 Horse Collars Legislature seem determined to bolts Wall Paper 12 Horse Covers pass some sort of important legis- IiOUISVIliTE TOBACCO MAR 7000 Saddles 36 Lap Robes or Dusters 30 KET lation before they adjourn 12 Pumps 50 Work Bridles The bill to prevent the wearing FURNISHED BY DURRETT OLOVER Also agent for Oliver Chilled Plows and repairs and Buckeye Reaper of big hats in theaters having LOUISVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Represenative Julian of Sales on our market for the week and Mower Full line of Hardware of all kinds constantly on hand failed Kansas City steps into the breach just closed amount to 2930 hhds with with a measure providing for a receipts for the same period of 1957 Sales on since Jan graduated tax on bachelors be- hhds 1st amountour markethhds Sales uary to 36891 tween the ages of thirty and thirty ofthecropof 1894 on our market to gle Blessedness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C E A - Iurge Meeting Â¬ v There was a large crowd in attendance at the mseting of Frank fort Lodge No 28 I O O F on Tuesday night of the local Â¬ members and a visiting team headed by Dr C P Meredith came up from Eminence to assist Two in conducting the work candidates were put through the ropes and judging from the amount of plastering knocked off the ceiling of the room below the hall they must have been given the grand hurrah in addition to the regular degree Trimming Expenses In order to reduce the expenses V V r r tLv the Commissioners of the Feeble minded Institute have determined to dis pense with the services of the Superintendent of the broom factory and place that department in charge of the Superintendent of The change the shoe factory will take effect on the first of April and Mr Richardson is the gentleman who will be let out of the Institution Â¬ Â¬ Spring Opening Co will Sam D Johnson open their spring and summer novelty dress goods Wednesday Come and see March 20th them Not In It Any More Col Nicholas McDowell at pres Â¬ between the ages 15 of thirty five and forty years between forty and forty five years 30 between forty five and fifty years 50 between fifty and fifty Over sixty 25 five years 7 per cent of their taxable wealth Those who believe that all men should marry may at first glance be inclined to favor this bill al- Â¬ though it does seem inconsistent to tax abachelor over sixty more than one under fifty It is generally believed that the latter does not marry because he wont while the former does not marry because Perhaps Mr Julian pro- Â¬ he cant ceeds upon the theory that when a woman marries a bachelor over sixty she marries him for what he has and that he will be treated liberally by the law if instead of turning over all of his possessons to his wife he surrenders only 25 per cent of them to the State Or perhaps he fixes his schedule upon the assumption that the man who will not when he can deserves no consideration if he cannot However this when he will may be is not it at all certain that taxing bachelors would mitigate the evil One of the great political parties of the country insists that taxation stimulates rather than checks and there are many good people in both parties who object to the internal revenue taxes on the ground that they give national recognition to the whisky and tobacco business and make the If Government a partner therein would not these ideas are correct the taxation of bachelors tend rath er to encourage the evil of bachelorhood and put the State in the attitude of recognizing a condition which is universally condemned The fact that Mr Julian the author of this bill is himself a bachelor would seem to lend some plausibility to this interpretation of his motives The Mr Julian referred to is an old Franklin county boy a son of the late Alex Julian who has been twice elected to represent his dis trict in the Missouri Legislature He has a couple of bachelor cousins here whom the city taxes ten dollars each not because of their single blessedness but for the privilege of courting five years 10 Â¬ this date amount to 41918 hhds The receipts and sales have been comparatively light on our market again this week and the market has been steady for all grades of burley with an advance in prices for the good to fine grades The following quotations fairly represent our market for burley toÂ¬ bacco 1894 crop Trash dark or damaged 1 50 2 75 tobacco 3 75 Common Oolory trash 3 00 Medium to good colory 3 75 5 50 trash 4 00 Common lugs not colory 2 50 5 50 4 00 Common Colory lugs Medium to good colory 8 50 5 50 lugs Common to medium leaf 6 00 10 00 10 00 15 00 Medium to good leaf 18 00 15 00 Good to fine leaf 21 50 18 00 Selector wrappery COLLINS The Broadway Hardware Dealer McCLURE -- R K SON DEALERS IN- - Free Free Free Given away for a few days only commencing Saturday March 16 1000 boxes each containing on 61 weeks treatment trial size of Wrights Celery Capsules at J W R Williams Cos Drug afflicted with Any person Store Liver Kidney or Slomach ComDyspepsia plaints Rheumatism Sick Headaches Constipation Biliousness Catarrh and Malaria can get one of these boxes free Â¬ Â¬ 26 2t Boots Shoes Hats Caps Books and Â¬ Fresh Cow For Sale I have a fresh milk cow I will sell at a bargain B Â¬ D Orvord Spring Hill Distillery Stationery ZFK Mar 2 2t iTIEIFOIEeT TZTZ Â¬ Â¬ tWtf F 7 I M Black 8c Hursey DEALERS IN Mild jjiTfiAFiwc Â¬ IKE AMIMUH TOIACCO htw YORK USA r FINE COMMtSllCClSSCfc y HPPS anil SADDLES A COMPLETE LINE OF ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL TROTTING and RUNNING HORSE GOODS ALWAYS ON HAND CIGARETTE Has stood the Test ot Time ent Commissioner of Agriculture has withdrawn from the race for that office on account of his health The U show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others S Govt Reports MORE SOLD THAN ALL OTHER BRANDS COMBINED Dec 15 1 i 1 It Co mar l0 3in 232 A INrifcT trayu STEEET acta1 T T1 buj aiwvphi tethW fnuxw i Si ll KP For the lucky purchaser The CLOTHES and SHOES you buy of us admit you to first place everywhere They are right up to date and of first make and shapes Our assortment is a marvel of beauty style and excellence The material is of the highest quality and the workmanship is guaranteed the very best Now we ask you to inspect our immense lice anu learn the prices You will not be disappointed The question will arise in your mind how such fine merchandise can be sold for so little money We quote a few prices 0 75 to Misses Fine Oxfords 1 00 to Misses Fine Shoes 60 to Ladies Fine Oxford 1 00 to Ladies Fine Shoes 00 to Boys Fine Shoes 1 25 to Mens Fine Shoes 1 Bicycle Shoes 00 to 1 co to Plow Shoes All good absolutely right in price 1 ROYAL BARGAINS SS SPRING of 1895 2 00 50 00 00 00 00 50 50 Childrens Suits Boys Long Pants Suits Men s Fine Suits Mens Common Suits Mens Jeans Pants Mens Cassimere Pants Bicycle Pants 1 25 2 5 3 1 1 50 00 00 75 Childrens Knee Pants Overall Pants Spring Overcoats 50 50 to 5 ou to 10 CO to 20 CO to 5 00 CO to to 00 to 00 25 75 Hats and Furnishings TIES The Hat Department is full of the latest and most fashionable Hlocks prices 50 cts to 4 Our Furnishing Department embraces everything in the Furnishing ine SHIRTS SUSPENDERS w COLLARS 25fcto HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR 25 45 to 4 50 to 15 00 at prices surprisingly low Working Shirts an immense line GLOVES All the latest importations cts to 60 cts 1 i 4 i w l t i CRUTCHER Sliorc Acres A human simple everyday succession of events a series of home ly pictures of a life that looks narrow to outsiders make up the ingredients employed by Mr Heme in this beautiful play Shore Yet there is so much Acres that is vital and genuine so much that takes hold of the realities of all life in the piece that the play Who appeals to all hearts alike Uncle Nat will that has seen believe that there are no great heroes that live and die unknown beyond their own neighborhood Nearly everyone can recall in his own circle some friend oracquaint ance that is possibly suffering the These every- Â¬ same martyrdom day heroes are given no public receptions nor are they honored after death by bronze or marble monuments yet the lessons they are teaching will some day redeem Shore Acres the whole world has won a great success in New Yor and Boston and it will con- Â¬ tinue to prove one of the strong- Â¬ est attractions in the country for many years to come The play with its scenic and mechanical effects and entire metropolitan company will be produced at the Monday night Opera House March 18th The curtain will rise Â¬ ST ARKS DR I K made Subscribers to the Roundabout Mrs Annie Johnson and Miss who are not takiug The Post now Jeffie Penn visited the Misses can avail themselves of this opReed last week portunity by addressing this office Mr W S Penn made a flying or writing to B G Boyle 526 Third street Louisville trip this week to Bagdad Peters preached at the schoolhcuse last Tuesday night Miss Bettie Shaw is visiting her sister Mrs Ayres Mrs Annie Johnson visited here last week Misses Lizzie Brawner and Mat tie Reed were here Saturday and Bro A Greut Offer The Louisville Daily Post published every evening except Sunday is offered with the Round about at S3 per year The price of The Post alone is 5 per year and our paper 100 making this the best offer of the kind ever Â¬ W I KELLEY TO THE CENTER OF Â¬ OF CINCINNATI O will be at the CHICAGO -- PHOENIX HOTEL IN LEXINGTON KY BY THE- - Sunday Saturday March 16 1895 cured without suraico operation and nltu little or no pain HEMORRHOIDS MONON ROUTE Louisville New Albany Chicago Ry Co Plies Â¬ scull biLikiOiC K Jeicn Manklurt Ky J T btaten irankfoit Xy V Berbericii Frankfort K A J HEKKUENCES W McKcu IlnitlU FraiUlort Ky Anthony A Elegant trains morning and even- Â¬ ing from Union Station Louisville landing passengers at the Dearborn Station Chicago Five minutes from Also con- Â¬ the LEADING HOTELS necting with Trunk Lines for promptly at 8 oclock Ilurvielund Everybody at work The old mill is running Good many of the farmers are moving out of the neighborhood Capt J M Brooks and J S Ayres- are not on the bachelor list alone Capt Ben Marshall entered the list last Wednesday Prayer meeting at the school - house still continues Meeting last Sunday at Pleasant Ridge and we had quite an inter esting sermon by Rev G Reed Also at Antioch preaching by Rev H M Polsgrove Preaching at Harvieland every fourtli Sunday and first Saturday Â¬ The Capital Steam Laundry exW J uushes Frankfort Ky Omaha Daviu Will J as M Moore Benson Ky Ky ecutes all ordeis promptly Wlthrow Frmkfoit Boware of Ointments for Catarrh Denver call for and deliver work at your DR KELLEYS office ami residence is at 258 That Contains Mercury West Eicrhtii streetcinclnnntl and where he mar San Francisco door Telephone No 17 be lound even day of each week except S ATUR- As mercury will surely destroy DAYS Pamphlets describing theso diseases 24 tf AND THE- and the mode of treatment sent free to anyone the sense of smell and com w I KKLLEY M TJ pletely derange the whole system Gultur Instruction and Piano by addressing zoy w Kignt stuincinnatiu when entering it through the mucous Tuning CONSULTATION FREE surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from J Henry Brady teacher of I reputable physicians as the damage guitar will give lessons in Sax t they will do is ten fold to the good tons celebrated method the vou can possibly derive from them Tickets most approved Pianos Halls Catarrh Cure manufacturedjby latest and R J Cheney Co Toledo O con- Â¬ tuned and repaired class First By The tains no mercury and is taken in Â¬ references furnished For terms ternally and acts directly upon the BEST c aDply at 318 Clinton street TS THEfor WHISKY INPRNAKblood and mucous surfaces of the fort system In buyiag Halls Catarrh 45 tf Cure be sure you get the genuine It E H BACON is taken internally and made in Eggs for hatching from choice Family or use D P A Louisville Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney Co Barred Plymouth Rocks RANK J REED for by Druggist price 7ft per J P Chicago 8Sold setting of 13 S T Fortuni 4 bottle 23 3m Try it and be convinced For sale by THE IMPROVED Mrs John G Carlisles Ken U Kagin J Luscher McKee Hardie i tacky Cook Book For Sale W W Cherry and M T Mitchell y Good second hand phaeton in Crescent Route g6od repair The Queen Call and see it offers its patrotus a rare chance to DENTAL - LABORATORY For sale b THOS A JOYCE 430 Broadway IIursev Black 15 tf opposite L N depot Also needles oil etc secure at a low price that handm for all sewing machines a Miaieof your patron age solicited It is a compil Miles Nerve and Liver Fills some publication Over Guy RamltsNews Depot Dec 22 Gin MAIN ST FRANKFORT KY ation of new receipts never before Act on new principle regulating EXTRACTED WITHOUT published A book of 256 pages the liver astomach and bowels though LAWYERS rKETH with a Ilzed Air or local containing a careful selection of the nerves A new discovery Dr appli atlon Best Arliflclal Teeth WM CROMWELL 1 on No extra practical cookery suggestions to Miles Pills speedily cure biliousness c urge for extrKti-Rubber 3 topili when artli- n without Attorney at Law Â¬ el Otter work In propor every housewife in the land An Daa caste corpm liver pues constipa lal teeth are orduwantcu Inn 5 ly tion Splendid for men women and tion All work Frankfort Kentucky edition de luxe printed on heavy children Smallest mildest surest Also Meal Estate Agent Will practice In the and bound in 50 doses for 25 cents Samples free at nameled paper Courts of Franklin and the adjoining counties 45 ly FOR RENT chrysanthemum J W Gayle s Frankfort Ky FARM white vellum with and will also gle special attenton to the pur chase and sale of real estate collection of rents design on cover in five colors with Dr claims and the negotiation of loans Hales Household Ointment gold and in every way amost elabmilF FARM KNOWN AS THE DUDLEY PLACE 1 nen tiiH cit limit- a rraiiktorton the Ver orate specimen of artistic book Is the finest remedy in the world sailles pike IuiiMlnliiKJCDiiiTHs Is foriert from W J CHINN JR - lace Ks March 1st 1115 to March 1st 18110 It absolutely cures catarrh It cures well adapted in Keueiil Liuning Mock i inlslcg making Attorney at Law Neuralgia and Rheumatism Cures ami tobarc urnnlng and lias advantages for Mrs Carlisle has been assisted dairy and marketing Files like magic Cures Salt Rheum For particulars apply to Frankfoit Kentucky in this collection by Mrs Grover in the most soothing manner ttie iitulerslirnMi Cures ortoFrankChlnnat hriesldenceoii Ann street Will practice In all Statu Courts Ofllce second morn Cleveland Mrs Walter Gresham Inflamed and Granulated Eyelids 12 tf tloor custom Houhh Mas M iin J DuniKV Can bo Mrs General Crook Mrs W A Cures Coughs and Colds taken internally A Dudley and other housekeepers for pneumonia Cuts positive specific JOHN KCHOLS BruiseH Burns J kkckivkks ST JOHN BOYLE of equal note Chilblains Sores of long standing i The retail price is 2 50 but we Corns and Bunions are cured quickly R R different from all else superior to all will send it to any address post else it has no equal 25 and 50c boxes BUCK EYE paid on receipt of 75 cents Large size cheapest Sold at P II THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ROUTE 8 drug store Carpenters Dont miss the opportunity W C Rinkakson G P A Tim Limited Cincinnati O Â¬ -Â¬ Rosebud Hev 1 P llttlett Benson Ky H Mcciuie trnnkfortK St Paul NORTHWEST nn OLD J U Hilt Mical m Whs IMIonon 1 l I Â¬ Â¬ I - Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ I U- 4 TABLERSDir Jkat 19 night BIG FOUR ROUTE Prayer meeting at Pleasant Best Line to the Xortli and 13ut Ridge All lines from the South make There was a singing at Mr direct connections in Cential Sherrards last I hursday night and Union Station Cincinnati with all enjoyed themselves very much through trains of the Big Four Dr A M Miles is a splendid to Chicago St Louis IndianapoCleveland New doctor and is kept busy all the lis Columbus he may in the near York and Boston For full infortime but assist him viz mation call on nearest agent or future have one to Dr Penn address E O McCormick Harvieland is blessed with quite DB Martin Pass Traffic Mgr a number of beautiful girls Ticket Agent Genl Pass Miss We have a good school Cincinnati O Agnes Brawner is a splendid teacher and is loved by all the The best work in town is done scholars at the Capital Steam Laundry Mrs John Penn and Miss Blanche Penn paid a visit to Mrs Or Prices Cream Baking Powder Moore on Stoney Creek Worlds Pair Highest Award Â¬ that when you buy Scotts Emul sion you are not getting a secret mixture containing worthless or harmful drugs cret for an analysis reveals all there is in it Consequently the endorsement of the medical world means something Dont Forget Scotts Emulsion cannot be MNTMFNT MUD D C OSW PHis T mures nothing but piles A SURE ONLY ONE NIGHTS RIDE BEST REMEDY for PILES frepiridby Sin 12 1 known for IS years as the WCHABCaOJT and CERTAIN CURE LOUISVILLE TQ IS MEMPHIS se- Â¬ SOLD IIY ALI DRUGGISTS MES CO THE MOST PERFECT SERVICE ST10OXS JOST IN QUANTITY ESTINOUAU1 Â¬ Scotts Emulsion overcomes Wasting promotes the making of Solid Flesh and gives Vital Strength It has no equal as a cure for Coughs Colds Sore Throat Bronchitis Weak Lungs Consumption Scrofula Anaemia Em a elation and WORMS vermifuge 20 WHITES CREW FOR YEARS Has lad all WORM Remedies BOTTLE SOLD May 12 y MEMPHIS VICKSBTJim NEW OKLEANS AND ALL POINTS South Rate and Southwest Ticket and all information turnlshed by Ticket Agent of any Railway Co II not address EVERY GUARANTEED ST LOOTS WTraveling Pass J MoBRIDB Wasting Diseases All ScottBowneNY of Children Druggists 60c and II RIOUBDSOS 1 Bf ALL DRUGGISTS by PntMni EDICINK CO Louisville Agent Ky General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky T BLYNOH WW i