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Digital page images are linked to the text file. it - The VOL Frankfort Roundabout A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY MARCH 4 I GEO A LEWIS Publisher TERMS 100 In Advanoo NO 27 XXII To a Hero Bad Conduct FRANKFORT KY Beware 1899 Valuable Remedy frW V I t IT 1 CSV t jt rv Vr t 4 T Kipling rccontly sent Captain Rob It seems tlmt n crowd of small lay D EvaiiB of tho Iowa a set of boys tiro lu the hnblt of congregating his works and with them those nt tlio corner of Benson street and verses Kentucky Avenue West Side and Zogbaum draws with a pencil annoying tho citizens by throwing And I do things with a pen rocks ut windows and at citizens But you sit up in a conning tower themselves when they protest against iiossing eight hundred men their conduct This has gone so far that complaint Zogbaum takes care of his business has been lodged with Chief of Police mine And I take care of Butyou take care often thousand tone Williams Ho has delalled officers t who will attend to these nip young Sky hooting through the brine sters and haul them up before Judge Zogbautn can handle his Hhndows llerndon if this thing does not cease And I can handle my style at once But you can handle a ton inch gun It has even gone so far that u con- To cirry seven milo tractor who has n number of hands To him that hath shall bo given at work over there has been forced And thats why these books are sent to complain to tho Chief that these To tho man who has lived more stories hoodlums are endeavoring to drive Than Zogbaum or T could invent his workmen off Irom their work by rocking them How Our Tom Waked the Spaniard The first thing these youngsters The following good story is told of know an officer in disguise will yank Col Thos J Smith Colonel of the them over to the workhouse to re- Third Kentucky now iu Cuba At main until the Judge gets ready to Matanzas the Colonel ordered cars to try them remove his men to Cardenas Tho A word to the wise is sufficient cars were ordered for G30 n in At Stop it 980 the cars had not showed up He Fooled the Surgeons He mad The Colonel was stalked into the railroad superintend- Â¬ All doctors told Itenick Hamilton ents office and wanted to know of West Jefferson O after suffering IS mouths from Rectal Fistula he why the cars were not ready The superintendent was writing would dio unless a costly operation was but he cured nnd paid no attention to the Colonel with performed of Bucklens himself Arnica the boxes He repeated his question Salve tho surest Pile cure on Earth The superintendent still did not and tho best Salvo in the World 5 cents a box Sold by J W answer Gayle DKgtet The Colonel fairly roared and asked the superintendent if ho hud AgeJ Black Mammy Dies not heard the question answertd The superintendent Carey Clark supposed to be 101 Yes years ot age died at the home of yelled the Colonel why Miss Annie llerndon about two Then in the blaukety blazes didnt you miles out from this city on the answer Louisville pike on Monday last Because said the superintendent She was formerly the property of pompously I inn a superintendent Miss Herndons grandfather tho lato and I am accustomed to Having men Joseph Clark Esq His son Mr remove their hats in my office chas J Clark the architect of Loui I dont give a damn whut you vme own9 tne frtrm now The old ore retorted the Colonel I am a Woman has never lived anywhere sovereign in my country and you else since she became free and was get out of that chair pretty quick anil well tukencareof attend to those cars or Ill telegraph Aunt Carey came to Kentucky Gen Brooke about you wltii Mrs Clark from Virginia The Spanish railroad superintend- when Mrs Clurk was first married ent got and rodo beiiind her on horseback all tho way I As tho season of the yeir when pneumonia In grippe sore throat coughs cnlcK catarrh bronchitis and lung trouhl s are to he guarded against nothing is a flue sui sti tu o will answer tho piirpo o or Is Just as good as One Minute Cough Cure This is the one infal lible remedy for all lung throat or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously upon having it if something else is offered you Tyler Hemphill nnd W McKee Hurdle Â¬ Railroad Engineer Tettlflei to Benefits Received From For Sale Afl agent for the Methodist Church South of this city I will sell the Qlvomen liver regulator and I PEWS now In said church They can regulate tho world said a ge win he sold cheap Apply to handed him a botnius 2i tf it Rogers tle of ThedruirgistLittle Earlv Risers Â¬ DeWItts Tyler the famous little pills If you have a cough throat irrita- Â¬ Hemphill and W McKeo Hardie tion weak lungs pain in the chest difficult breathing croup or hoarse HERE Is no more rcponslblo position ness let us suggest Ono Minute on earth than that of a railroad engin ma itina you Have moths wvga Cough Cure Always relinble and Bow the yf eer On his steady nerves clear brain wife Tyler Hemphill and W Signature bright eye anil perfect self command de- Â¬ McKee Hardie pend tho safety of tho train and tho lives of Â¬ By reference to our advertising columns it will bo seen that a vnlu abio remedy has been put upon this market which insures relief frotn and permanent euro of dyspepsia It Is known as the American Dyspepsia Tablet The proof of Its efficacy is easily had Try it Dr J W Gayle and Dr W II Averlll are agents for the sale of this splendid remedy It is no foreign made patent medicine but a Kentucky product Dr Miles Remedies OASTOHIA ffi of Its passengers i STAGG B ICON I Horse Collars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire Engineer F W McCoy formerly of 1333 Broadway Council Bluffs but now residing at I11 Humboldt St Denver writes that ho suffered for years from constipation caus Â¬ ing sick nervous and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Dr Miles Nervo Liver Pills I heartily recommend Dr Miles Remedies WLttBtivftWnK Dr Miles Remedies K5v n vflH are sold by all drug nEk mi t aS gists under a positive guarantee first bottle 1 benefits or money ro l fnnded Book on dis eases of tho heart audi ms neaun nerves free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart lad Dr Miles Nervlno and other ronedles aro especially adapted to keeping tho nerves steady tho brain clear and tho mental faculties unimpaired memediesl U- - STAGG MASONIC TEMPLE BACOjN ANN STREET TJ Thss handsome table Mahog- Â¬ any inlaid top and shelf Â¬ yVAvyyyiyvyuqrgrr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests FT If what you eat Dont be Kickers - Marriage a Serious Vocation l J1 P t l4 H A woman who is blessed with good sense does not consider at tho start that marriage is u role to be skillfully and successfully enacted or a grand frolic of which she is to be an admired and indulged centre or a mere incident in a life crowded with Indicted other uctivltles writes Helen Wat terson Moody iu tho March Ladles Tho nasty mess of local politics in She knows that Home Journal marriage Is u serious ond steady vo- Â¬ Lexington was furiously stirred on cation and that tho true wife is ono Wednesday afternoon by tho indict- Â¬ who enteis marriage not thinking ment of Judgo John J Riley of the how much she can get out of it but city court nnd Esq Oldham for their how much she can put Into it It is conduct lu connection with the this larger conception of marriago McNunuirn case which makes women dwell by their La Qrippe is Ev own firesides in sweet content with orv precaution again epidemio should bo tnkon to Â¬L what Is commonly called tho nar- avoid it Its spoolflo cure is Ono row limits of home knowing well Mlnuto Cough Cure A J Shoperd that no true homo is narrow since it Publishor Agricultural Journal and Advertiser Eldon Mo snys No must give cover to the whole primal ono will bo disappointed in using mysteries of life food raiment and Ono Minute Cough Ouro for La Floasant to tako quick to work to earn them withal love nnd Grippo Homphlli For sale by Tyler marriage birth and death right aot W McKeo Hardie ana doing and wrong doing all these commonplaces of humanity which Carrollton Public Building are moot divine because thoy nro Tho way to tnoit commonplace Tho bill to provldo n public buildmake homo a wide placo to dwell in ing for our littlo noighhor Carrollton is to bring n wide personalty to dwell pissed both houses of Congreas on in it Any home is just as wido as Wednesday It appropriates 25000 she makes and can bo no wider for tho work When a womun understands this sho Is ablo to keop hor heart steady and Official Advertiser her heart undisturbed over nows paper sketches about other women Tho ItouNDAiiouT has been desig in which each ono of them is miulo nated as tho official medium through to do tho most remarkable and un Â¬ which advertisements of bankrupts necessary things shall bo made in Franklin county i If every thing Is not done just ns you think It ought to be done in tho matter of tho care of tho poor and suffering dont ben kicker If you cant have your way have some one elses way Help tho poor and dis- Â¬ tressed now and discuss tho whys and wherefores afterwards GLEN MP NUT R R gers 2 50 Sons M ATTERIT THE- - CI H H G Floloinilef 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT K e i Clean free from slack at 7c D UDLET Hnwl nf bushel Per ii jjmjJH oxiAlnii sketch and description may AnTm quick nln our opinion free whether an litTentlon l prohnblr patentable Comraunlc tloniitrlctlrconttdentlal Handbook on fatanta Kent free Olloil apencr for ecurlnffpatenta Iatenta taken through Munn A Co recelra wpteuu noiKi wiinout cnanre in ids 60 YEAR8 EXPERIENCE Â¬ Almost as economical as lump For sale by Tradc Marks DC8IQN Copyrights Ac s 4 Scientific American 4 A handiomelr llluitrated weeklr T antaat cir Â¬ culation of any sciential Journal Termi 13 a rear i four montbi f L Bold brail newsdealer fflUNNCOBroHw New York V BUNTOH Telephone 100 Ilrancb Offloe OS If Bt Washington 0 i i For RentStore Room Â¬ i riininn Cirnni AAAA AA k A AAAlttJIAAX t fti flj The Inmo store room In Masonic Temple ono 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on LirtElAPlNGsEx II cu HnmmifMw nn x mn CP oa on IDEl I3Q The W B Corset is noted for its Durability Elegance and Easy Fitting Every pair we sell we warrant to give perfect satisfaction pair and then y u will always call for the W B Try on in ca rn ca wa C J J oa Gn aa ma ma iiHAAiiAAAMi4HiBavkauiin dkUBAAAfliibLaHMtfMiiaBBniaHHi IUU and we must cay that nver before were we enabled to offer such values as we are now offering It will be to your interest to visit our stor- on We have a large assortment of New Silks Woolen Dress Goods White and Fancy Piques Percales Madras Piques and a beautiful line of Em DEI nn broideries md Laces at very low prices Visit us ua OUR 8 NEW SPRING II GOODS 3NTo- - 1 HAVE 8 ARRIVED ri UJ 1 v 4 warn oa on IC3 II3U rOQ 41 St Oletiir Street JSTgljc rjafriAiinrrneirafn-i-ificirnriv-imKnrrirt- isauairuuaacauauwiicucauujuaca PERSONAL JuuacacauuauacauauuuaabuauauaubuuZuUQizaisatiaaauuiciauaDauauuuauaciuuatiiuuairuuuuauauaiJauauaauavauacaw jrjrJnriiricamnnrnffliLcjBarrftrftrJTrrtririrnnaJjiiirkinnjaranjr1niiii Bride ca rt 4 h Mies Rose Crittenden spent Satur dny In Louisville Finloy lias gone to Hon Chas Washington City Mr Will Weltzel has returned from a visit to Louisville Hon M C Alford of Lexington was in the city Monday Mr Urey Woodson of Owensboro was here Wednesday Gen W S Tavlor has returned Siom Washington City Judge J H Mulligan of Lexington was here on Monday Mr Jas H Dryden and wife went to Louisville Thursday Mr Hugh Williams of Louisvillo was a visitor here Sunday Mr Elmer Hancock of Lexington was a visitor here this week Mr Frank Heeney has returned from a trip to Now York City M iss Francis- of New York is the guest of Mrs W P Hudson jr Mr Garrard Rodman attended a anco in Danville Wednesday night Assistant Auditor Frank II John con has leiurned from Washington City Misses Hattie and Emma Scott visited friends in Georgetown last week Mrs Susie Fogg and son of Lex ington aie guests of Mrs Jno E - i Â¬ Miles IMiss Mrs D Florida Katie W Lindsey and have returned daughter from Mrs Sully Thomas has returned with her spring and summer stock of jnillinery Mr Wm Cromwell returned Tuesday from a business trip to Henry county Mr Edwin M Dryden returned Ohio Wednesday from Dayton Â¬ night sister Mrs Miss Lizzie Scott is the guest of nor WU Lexington Mrs T F Taliaferro is the guest of Itov D W Robertson and wifo in Winchester Mrs Harvey M Bain of Lexington was the guest of Miss Loulio HugheB this week Mrs B W Thompson of Versailles was the guest of lnonus near this city this week Miss Jennlo Williams of Louisville is the guest of Mr W II Jeffries and wife South Side Mr Jno Sullivan and wife and Miss Nowniun ot Indiana are the guests of friends in this city Mr T Hiter Crockett City At tornev returned from Washington City Sunday night Mr A M Duvnll of Peaks Mill was In tho city Wednesday and maau us a pleasant call Mrs Susan D McKonzie of Scott county lias removed to this city and will make it her home MrB Mollie Roche qf Paris was tho guest of lior sister Mrs M A Collins tho iirat of the weok Mr Jno II Gray of Millwood Ky was the guest of his parents Mr F V Gray and wife this weok P Breckinridge in I i i Foreign Christian Missionary Society Milks J E M Flour the best vm twazmKsgntfZKMa Miss Kennedy of Covington who patent flour on earth has been tho guest of Miss Esther S Miles Burnam has reiurned home Among the most prosperous mis Â¬ contains allWiiolk Wheat Flour m the nutritive elements ot Miss Christine Bradley and Miss sionary organizations of this country the Mary Gray were guests of Miss Jane Is tho Foreign Christian Missionary fiberwheat berry TIih coarse woody nlone being eliminated If M Cecil in Danville this week Anrfinv OnnMallrlo Amarlnn Society of Cincinnati Ohio an or Â¬ properly cooked it makes a more KM Thft ILGUUIilfc OpdUlUllOlO nf HIIICHUQ IUU Ul Mrs Harry Sommers of Elizabeth palatable bread than white flour IN OHIO 20 YEARS town is tho guoat of Mrs Judge J P ganization of the Christian Church Highly recommended by medical M During tho authorities for persons having indoor Disciples of Christ Hobson South Side this week 250000 Cured Miss Janio Edwards of Woodford past Ave years its receipts have been employment and of sedentary habits miles Uraiiam lour the very county who was the guest of Miss more than doubled and last year WECURESTRICTURE finest Lulie Hughes has returned home they reached 130y2oOO Missions put onquality of Gruham aflour ever ua luiutajii joiiiik nul raiuulo aeou tins maiKet indi flltpnKi mixture kl tirn rutiliK il lillll mnTiv Mr W B Johnson of Mt Sterling have been planted by the Christian of bran and low grade flour but thb Kfl tniil iiniiingcluusly Tlicy my hno a emart- lug tcunllui rinall tttnusg elrcnm was called here by the dangerous Church in India China Japan wnuiu iuuuui ui int- uest wneai Miirn outllrfr rail sat times rltghtdi- illness of his brother Mr Alex John- Africa Turkey Scandinavia and thoroughly cleaned and ground by 6 cnargo imnuuiy m toiniucncinc wcaic son mldlftn hi Iitl lltnEVmnlnm nrirnn un improved process England One of the most Important i of iimvou4 debility lUcy Juno bf HIC- Miles Gkrmolina a perfect Mr Jno T Buckley loft Tuesday steps recently TlJKi JontetUoctoMCMcriinenton taken is the planting breakfast food Made of wheat Con au hv n ittlntr ktretohlnL or tcnriiiir morning for PhcDnix Ariz where his A uIt An Two mission tnining all the valuable elements of UU turn Ujif tlll son Will is very ill not expected to of Churches in Cuba NiV MUTHOU TUKAT live aries will bo sent to Havana soon the wheat berry necessary for sus- - B7 MKNT absorb tio stricture tlsjuo iicncoi cmovcjino 8iriciuro rermamniiy Mr W B Bridgeford Chairman of A mibsion will be planted under the tnining life and building up the tis- j It can never return No puin no ruffer in im detention from butlnoM by our the Populist State Central Committee shadow of Morro Castle This re sues of the body Superior to oatmeal mothol Tlio Boxualorcun arectrength Miles Breakfast FLAKESmudo was called to Louisville on Sunday enod Tin nened nro invigorated and ligious body has 201 missionaries in of the very best Kentucky wheat1 morning the bllt of manhood returns foreign lands and a number more careiuny seiecieu una thoroughly Misses Abble and Emma Thomas cleaned All the woody outer coatof Philadelphia Penn were guests of will be sent out tills year ing of the bran being scoured off and ThoutantU of young and middle aired Mrs Jno N Orutoher West Side Tho annual offering in all the then crushed by an improved pro- Â¬ men aro having their fexual igor and vitality continually rapped by this dis this week churches of this communion for For Â¬ cess It is easily prepared for breakease They ore frequently imcoufclous General of tlia caufo of thcae symptoms Assistant Auditor Frank H John eign Missions comes the first Sunday fast as this crushing process makes Weakness I nimtural Uncharges Fail son was in Washington Uliy this hi March to morrow The church it soft and tender mid easy to cook ing Manhood Norvouroes Poor Mem week seeking an appointment as Very much superior to oat meal or ory Ilitabllity at thwH Smarting Ben in Frankfort may be counted upon cracked wheat Bank Examiner rntion snnkrn Yits with dark circle Weak Hack lUimrol Donroanlon Lack Miles Farina the most delicate S Coleman has gone to to do its full part of Am Won Varicocele Shrunken Dr J preparation from ULEIU nnl STIUC1UHK Well wheat Parlttc cau e Dont omnult family Ills to remain several Chicago We are reminded of the rapid may s tho taking a special course of growth ot this religious body In adapted for use In the sick room or weoks doctiri1 n they hno no OTperieuca in for young children as well as making theje special ditratu dout allow study on special diseases only about 76 years this people huvo delicious food for well people Ouacka to experiment on you Consult bpecialUt who hat 0 mada a lifo btudy of Mr H M Stanley of Louisville These products nro all made of JJistMix notucnftnu women uurPIKW visited friends here this week He come to numbor more than 1000000 choice Kentucky wheat which has MKlllOU TllUATJIliN 1 will jfofl- - Uk communicants in this country alone was formerly an employe of this tliclr euro you One thousand doillara Fl necept for treatment and office and is always welcome Last year they mudo a gain of no less the finest flavor known Superior to hA for a caro wo Teimjmodorato for n euro Northern Spring Wheat or White y ciunotcurc than 50000 and their war cry this Wheat IS S H Morgan of Kirksville Dr CURES GUARANTEED All manufactured by Mo was in the city this week look- years is u gain of 100000 They tire Wo treat nnd euros EMISSIONS ing over the ground as to locating building up a number of splendid MILES SON VAUKMOKLU BYPHTLT8 JLKET here as an Osteopathic Physician Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky STltlOTUltK IMPOTKNOY SKCI1ET educational institutions in different 19 tf HHAIK8 IINNA UUAL nifiOHAUO- Prof MoHenry Rhoads returned country Last year for KSKinVKYandllIiAInFllDIeas Friday from tho meeting of tho parts of the CONSULTATION HOOKS FREK ull missions they raised more than VRVV If unable to call write for National Convention of Superintend ULANK OIIRSTTON UOMB for 500000 They are calling for n 1 ents of Sohools at Columbus Ohio Bean the j9 The Kind You Have Alwas Bought TllliATJItlM Prof MoHenry Rhoads has moved 000000 tills year and not without Signature from No 323 Third street to the liojo of success cf former residence of Mrs G R Rod The Jubilee of their organized mls man Todd street between Main and 122 W FOURTH STREET Business to Continue sionury work is to be observed OcLogan street CINCINNATI O 13th lith of this year at Cin Mr Alex Johnson who has been in tober We aro glad to know that tho bus- Â¬ Colorado for his health and who re- cinnati Ohio where the American turned home last week is lying very Christian Missionary Society was iness of tho firm of B Farmer Son low at his fathers home on Fourth organized for Home and Foreign at Farmdale will continue as for Avenue with no hope of recovory Ml slons In 18 19 Alexander Camp merly the only change being that it Mr Dudley A Gray left Monday for Chicago with a view to malting bell was the first president Fully will be conducted under the name of that eity his home He will be torn- - 10000 delegates nro expected to at W S Farmer porarily engaged In Y MO A work tond the jubUeo Convention The It Is not necessary for us to say any with Mr ii 11 Wilcox formotly of great Music Hall of Cincinnati lias thing in commendation of Mr A stubborn cold is easily taken It thiHolty already been secured and other large Farmer He Is known every where sticks to Bomo people all winter and In that section as a thoroughly com vory often develops Into bronchitis or Give me a liver regulator and I buildings will lie used No doubt petent and upright consumption You should euro a cold merchant there will be a creditable representa can regulate tho world said a ge Sromptly by taking Dr Bulls Cough nius ThcdruLgist handed him a bot tion from the church in Frankfort celebrated remedy ia acGlorious News knowledged to bo most efficient and tie of DeWitts Little Early Risers Covloglon Postoffice Robbed pills Tyler the famous little reliable for all affections of tho throat Hemphill and W McKeo Hurdle O nnes from Dr D 11 Carglle of and lungs It cures a cold at onoo The postoflice at Covington wiir Washita I T He writes Four robbed or some siiUOi worth of post Â¬ bottles of Ulectiie Bitters has cured AUTMA10NIAL age stumps postal cards and cash on Mrs Brewer of sciofula which hud caused her greut sulferlng foryeurs Iieiick Dickinbon At tlio resi Tuesday night It is supposed that Terrible sores would break out on dence of Mr Eugene Wolf 011 Steelo tho robbers concealed themselves un head and face and the best doctors street Mr Novlll Pierce and Miss der empty mall sacks until the em Â¬ could glvo no help but her cure is Promptly cures Stubborn Colds complete and her health Is oxcI Susan Dickinson were married on ployes had left tho building What lent Doses are small and take Doctors the nlghtwatchmiti was doing nil navo Tills shows what thousands recommend it Price pleasant toAt all druggists 13 cents Tuesday night by Itov Georgo Dar that n libers were at work Is Is theproved blood Klectric Bitters the time the best hie purlller known House for Rent the natural IiKjulryV Its tho t upremo remedy for eczema QuiiiK llARitoi At tho county tetter salt rheum ulcers bolls and For a quick remedy and one that running sores It stimulates liver clerks ofllce on Thursday Mr Containing five rooms besides Callle Quire and Mies America H Is perfectly safe for children let ua kindeys and bowels expels poisons kitchen and bath room on Main rccommond One Minute Cough Cure helps up the street For Informutlon apply to Dr Harrotl were married by Judge J1 Tyler A Hemphill und W McKeo strength digestion 60 builds Only cents Sold by G W Chlnii 203 Muln street Dan Moore Hurdle J W Gayle Druggist Guaranteed 21 c I I T1I4 Â¬ t Â¬ -- 111 I I n Â¬ WECURE GLEET Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ I I 31 Â¬ OASTORIA Â¬ Kennedy Kergani i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KW2 Stubborn COLDS Cough Syrup I i Â¬ Â¬ DrBulTs Â¬ I Â¬ tf fi t Vi County Statistics The following county uttithtlcH urn taken from the nscsMrfrt bonks tlio arranging nnd copying of which bus Just been completed by Mr John S Hnrrod to whom wo uri Indebted for these facts tion after deducting valuo of crops grown within a year and In hands of pro ducer Valuo of wagon carriages bicycles itc Value of slaughtered mil mills QI Co Hide Jr to 37 Â¬ 12711 Co C No l Damaby to John Cochran A No 37 bottling Graham M Cash to Librot 62 Â¬ Jhu Cochran 40021 130 No It f Aint Aint of bond- of notes secured by r7G00 Valuo of sewing and knit- Â¬ 00078 8008SJ mortgagor Aint othur notes Aint accounts I207f ySiiOU Aot cash Aint bunks on hand cis on deposit In 1 fiiOI0 10000 Â¬ Aint cash on deposit with Aint Aint otlier corporations ciwh with Individ uals 100 J nil other credits or mo icy at interest In ting machines Value ol safes Valuo of household and kitchen furniture Value of manufacturing im plements machinery of all kinds Value of pianos nnd other musical Instruments Value of raw material to be used in manufacturing Value manufactured artl Â¬ 8577 1934 155593 51805 14890 247t0 on -i fin - 17f au Aint siock iiui Joint stock companies or iisocialions pdd on by v o or 18383 Asn Pi V 123777 No acies of laud Value with Improvements 2U4ilIWi No town lols lo 10 Value of city lots with im provements 2158723 or No of thoroughbred 0 standard stallions Â¬ Value of paintings Volumes of libraries Value thereof No of diamonds Valuo of diamonds Value of watchesand clocks Valuo of Jewelry Value gold silver and plated ware Valuo of steam engines 1308 2116 77U5 7 5980 802 13S5 7812 IF t Value No of thoroughbred or stan dard mares or colts 1 Â¬ H8 127 Value No of stallions of common stock 5335 8 235 Value No of geldings mares and colts of common stock Value No of mulesand mule colts Vulue No of Jacks 1040 102208 423 13050 9 G10 Value No of Jennois Value No of thoroughbred or standard bulls Value No of thoroughbred orstun- dard cows and calves 5 70 1 30 08 Value No of bulls cows calves and steers of common stock Valuo No of sheet Value No of hogs 1370 5015 91321 3794 9702 7212 24841 Value Value of agricultural implements Value of products for taxa Â¬ 8294 Help Nature - Babies and children need I proper food rarely ever medi j cine If they do not thrive f on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly y SfQMP WfTHHYPOPHOSPHITESorLIHESSODA h M v COD LIVER OIL 7127 75 Value of boats Value of Wines whiskies brandies Ac not in bond ed warehouses 16105 38 No stores 204430 Value ol stocks of goods Value of property held for STOKEKEElER OALOKKS 800 another for sale Mayse No P S Rule to Luval Miscellany vulue of ull 11 not mentioned property John T Berry to Glen Spring Dis 75955 tillery No 57 above OAUOEItS Total assessed valuo of money G G Berry t S J Greenbaum 413770 Fo 9 withdrawals Total assessed value of per P P Parish to S J Oreenbaum oospro sonal property not raouey N- 291195 Total exemptions i xi wnmingion to J it j iu Saffell No 91 Grand total vulue of all Eugene Craig to Labrot Graham property 5547913 No 62 Mules over 21 years of ago 2809 J G Brawner to Kentucky River No legal voters 2809 Distillery No 2 and John Cochran Co No 37 withdrawals 2091 Children between G to 20 j w jewett to liy mver uistit- TIii tmiinrls tnhmwi IOSIfinO vo 74010 No pounds hemp T jf No tons hay 1702 Sons No 53 entries 13 II Taylor 259077 No bushels corn W T Crothwait to Sons No 63 nnd W A Gaines No bushels wheat 87980 Jr Co No 100 withdrawals No bushels oats 7990 D B Walcutt to W A Gaines it No bushels barley 290 Co No 100 entries 253 No bushels grass seed Bucknor McElroy to W A Gaines Co No 4 and J N Blakemore Total No acres wheat 5799 withdrawals Total No acres corn 9318 No 96 Tvnnh In W A fininps A AT WO Co No 4 entries Total No acres meadow and E II Taylor Total No acres woodland 3001 jr Co No 113 withdrawals Total No acres tobacco 272 CoWin M Saffell to E H Taylor jr No 113 entries M G Oneill to John Cochran Co No 37 and J P Williams rec- Â¬ An Old Counterpane tifier Mrs Edith Shearer wife of the lato Head of a Family of 162 Persons Tilman B Siearer of College Hill county is tho nossessor of a Madison mmIy of 1C2 To be the ientl of counterpane about JOO years old Mis Shearer values this very highly peons is a record seldom falling to it hnln7 tho nrnimrlv nf hir mntlmr the lot of miltl But SUCll is the CUSO Mrs Millie Cobb Wilson The cot- - wlth Jolm Chandler who resides in ton from which it was mude was Allcn county Ky lsX over the grown upon the farm of her father Sumner county line MrJehCobbofEstillcountyandl Tis Rentleman is the father of was spun woven and embroidered twenty nine children twenty one of by her own hands It is a model whom are now living and have fam- iwemy uuu ciuureu XL piece cf work having proven this by 1eslength of time it has been in use have an average o five children to the and reflects great credit upon theeiicn family thus making Mr Chan m inner in which things were put dler the grandfather or 105 persons But thls is not thefu11 oxtnt of hs up in the good old tinio-BIouspring ior no nus uiiriyuvu greai mond Register So it will be seen grandchildren that Mr Chandler stands paterfa Â¬ Revenue Assignments milias of 102 an achievement raiely equalled It certainly is not par Tho following nre the assignments alleled when the fact is considered of revenue officers in this division of that the members ot this largo family tho 7th District as made by Collector nro all living Roberts for the month of March Â¬ I Jl If Davenport to Lnbrot it Gra ham No 52 bottling Thos IlTodd to Lnbrot Graham No 62 me room J L Cox to E II Taylor Jr it Sons No 53 P G Powell to E II Tayl r Jr it Sons No 63 bottling C II Morgan to 13 i Taylor jr ASons No 53adlitlonal WEWalts to E II Taylor Jr SonNo 53 meal room Ed W Lane to E II Taylor jr Soih No 53 night C II Wilkerson to J it J M Sa -Mel No 90 C1III- - to J N Wake- 13 111 Ol III Ml more No 91 11 T Gaines to J N Blakemore No 90 bottling Z T Ph el its to W A Galnis it Co No 110 II C Smith toW A Gaines Co No 100 additional S A Harberto WAGaines Co No 100 bottling G F Damaby to W A Gaines Co No 100 meal room Uolla Fannin to W A Gaines Co No 100 night Jas W Itobinson to E II Taylor Jr Co No 113 A W Stanhope to E H Taylor Jr Co No 113 bottling A W Nazor to E H Taylor Jr Co No 113 meal room T P Barber to E II Taylor Jr Co No 113 night A-- I 1 and a gonoral exhaustion are tho rule rather than the excep tion The best way to fight tho Grip is to strengthen tho nerves nnd build up tho resistive pow ers so as to throw off tho doadlv disease germs and nothing will do this so quickly nnd surely us Dr Miles Nervine It lias re stored health to thousands of Grip sufferers after every other romedy had failed When the Grip left mo I was n broken down wreck both men Â¬ My nerves tal and physical wore completely unstrung my appetite failed could nol sleep nnd becttmo so despondent that I despaired ofevergottting well I began to improve with tho first bottle of Dr Miles Nervine and when I had taken ev cn bottles I was completely Have been strong and cured woll ever since and weigh more than lever did before Samuel F Pilson Staunton Vu All druggists are authorized to sell Dr Miles Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle bone Bo fits or money refunded sure nnd get Dr Miies Nervine Booklet on heart and nerves sent free Address Dr Miles Medical Co Elk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOUISVILLE T0IMCC0 MARKET Â¬ PUItNtSIIEI HVOLOVKH LOUI8VIMrTOUACCO Ct DUHKHTT WAHEH0U8E JiiHt Sales on our market lorthowook closed amount tn4503h lids with rocoiptH lor the same period ofS05ft IiIuIb Sales on our market slnco Jnn unrv 1st amount to jiU35 hhcls Salon of the crop of J8H8 on onr nmrket to this dale amount to 35271 bhds New Hurley Receipts aro again very heavy on our market and wo nro promised very Inrge offerings for tho lOinlng week Tho market may bo roported this week ns firm nnd active nf the ndvniico In prices reported Inst week The bettor grades of lonf aro soiling from 12 to 17 A lot of 2 IiIuIb from IJourbon county owned by on party was sold ntone of housos belonging to this company nt an average of 1175 round OKI Uurlov Tho old burloy offered this week sold nt prices showing nn Improvement over tho nilvanco ro- Â¬ ported last week medium to good grades of leaf selling from 12 to 18 with nothing strictly lino offering Tho Improvement In prices for old burloy i appllcnblo to all grndes Tho following quotations fnlrly ropiosentour market for burloy to- Â¬ bacco 1898 croo Trash dark or damaget trash 5 Medium to goodooloii Common Oolory tobacco 4 00 J5 50 7 00 60 trash Commonlugsnotcolory Common Oolory lugs 7 00S 10 D 7 00 8 00 10 00 00 50 Medium to good oolory 13 OO 10 00 lngfl Common to modlum lenflO OOfSV 14 00 10 00 14 00 Medium to good leaf hart Ind Good to fine leaf 8eloctor wrnppery 16 00 1810ra 18 00 26 00 THE ROUNDABOUT WA- THE PEOPLES PAPER Everybody takes it Everybody reads ti Jy kn it Subscription Only 1 Per Year Our Job Department i l - ch-1 I HK generally correct this difficulty If you will put from one f fourth to half a teaspoonful 1 in babys bottle three or four I times a day you will soon see a marked improvement ror larger children from half to f a teaspoonful according to f 1 age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very soon show its great nourish If the mothers ing power milk does not nourish the 1 baby she needs the emul j sion It will show an effect at once both upon mother 4 and child 5 STOREKEEPERS SCOTT -I- md 100 II druggtsti BOWNE ChmUti Nw York lm-ll H 0- - B N Webster to Ky River Distillery No 2 C L Hough to Ky River Dis illery No 2 meal room Walter Scott to Ky River Distillery No 2 additional O G Fletcher to Ky River Distil lery No 2 night W J Seltss to W Al Gaines Co No 4 H S Howes to W A Galne3 Co No 4 additional J A Barnes to W A Gaines Co No 4 menl room J M Withrow to W A Gaines Co No 4 bottling A M NIckerson to W A Gaines A Co No 4 night S 1 PInkerton to S J Green baum No 9 S P Gross to S J Greonbaum No 9 additional John Shcehau to S J Qrojnbuuiu No 9 meal room Jno M Stevenson to S J Green Â¬ baum No 0 night Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Uoutiiieren Grip Takes the City in its Iron Grasp v vSl V YY Government Machinery Almost at u Standstill Enormous Per- Â¬ centage of Employoos Strlokon With La Grippo Capital at tho Moroy of tno Pla Â¬ gue Tho Grip epidemic is raging in tho Capital City ami fully ono third of tho government employoos aro sick or suHoring from the drond disease Vio lont headaches fever and chills snoozing and running at the oyos ami noso togothor with tho bono racking aches and pains GEO A LEWIS Proprietor 2I52I7 Hi 2I9 St Clair stmt Up Stain Frankfort Kj HiliHiBBBMiRiBilHVBLlliBiiBBiiBVHViVMIVllBIHMiBHVIMWi Alt m tub Frankfort floiflaooot Entered ntthnpostonice at Frankfort Kentucky us second class mailable mutter Triumphal Entry Gen Maximo Gomez tlio General In Chief of the Cuban Army nnule Ills triumphal entry into Havana on Friday Ho was nmimpunliHl liy Maior Gen Ludlow of the American army a roRlinunt of U S Regular- A lanjo ioreu or Cnoan soKllorn also nmreiipd in with him 25100 people shouted n glad welcmm and lie win pelted with flowers from nil sides From the Western AJt Zion Dravc Alcn Pali GEO A LEWIS FRANKFORT Editor and Pub MARCH I 41800 Deweys Answer Ml Hon Admiral Dewey has been inter viewed as to his nrolmhle candidacy Here is his sen- for the Presidency slble and positive answer I would not accept a nomination for the Presidency of the United States l have no uoilro ror any political office I am unfitted for It either in e lucation or training 1 tun deeply grateful for ninny expressions of kindly sentiment from the American people but I desire to retire in peaco to the enjoyment of my old age The navy is one profession poli- Â¬ tics is another I am too old to learn a new profession I have no political associations and my health would never stand the strain of a canvass J have been approached by politicians repeatedly in one way or another but I have refused absolutely to consider any proposition wliutbo- over Â¬ Â¬ James Andrew Scott for torney General Amis March 2 At- Â¬ I Mr Leslie Younsr who has been very sick with the typhoid fovcr we are glad to nunouueo is much better Mr Curtis Young and wife of Biigdnd visited Ills father Mr Young tills week We wonder how ninny of tho young people were made glad on tit ValentlneHday by receiving the toveiy valentines v A great many of tho young people nl tended tho valentine party at Mr JB Kesslers Wo hereby announce as a cntidi- date for the Inch oihec of At tornev General of the State the Hon James Andrew Scott of this city He was born nnu reared on a iu mi in this county and received a After common school education he was married he removed to this city and began the study of law in 1877 and witliiu a year there- Â¬ after obtained license to practice from the Judges of the Court of Appeals He was at once employed in the most celebrated causes of the day and his success as a lawyer has been truly phenotninnl and to duy he is regarded everywhere as one of the best jury lawyers in the TJiis is final Chamberlains tough Remedy f l0 Hiiimi Cnmmittfo fo investigate the Railroad Lobby famous for its cures of these diseases and y nts nuiiuy anu inuubiry ue- over a large part of the civilized featcd the effort to repeal the Rail world The most flattering testi- Â¬ road Com mission monials have been received giving In the Presidential campaign of accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent coughs it 1892 he was made the elector for has cured ol severe colds that have Seventh District and oast its yielded promptly to its soothing the eiiects and oi too dangerous nuucKs vote for the Democratic nominee of croup it has cured often saving Ho has always been prominent in tho life of the child The extensive countv State and National politics use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of all and has always given of Ins time dangerous consequeueca it is espe and monev to his partys cause cially prized by mothers for their He is a Democrat of the straightest ohlldren as it never fails to effect a sect and announced before the speedy cure and because they have found that there is not the least Chicago Convention that he was danger in giving it even to babies ior the platform whether it declared as it contains nothing injurious for diamonds or pewter for money Sold by J W Guyle A volume could be written of the thrilling incidents of his life Robber Arrested Postoffice and all to his credit describing his courage uib umiuur ms gcuciusuy Joe Lowery a young man 18 years of age was arrested at Hattonjand ins kindness Dut we win oniy Shelby county for robbing the post- - say that we who know him the office at that place He was brought best love him moat and that a to this city and lodged In JallSatur manlier man with a bigger heart day night He was tried on Mon- - more devoted to his country and day before U S Commissioner bis fellowmen does uot live in Chapman and held over to the next these prrts term of theU S Court under bail of Mr Scott has long been a con 500 which he was unable to give sistent member of the Baptist and was remanded to Jail Churcli and is noted for his liber- Â¬ ality in contributions to churches Cure for Diphtheria and charities of all other deno- Â¬ minations always saying that he Tho Scientific American publishes wants stock in all of them and this receipt for diptherla which the that it is not what a man believes whole world should know At the but what he does that makes him first Indication of diphtheria in the Chrstian 0P u gentleman throat of a child make the room He believes that the combina close and then take a tin cup and tion of capital against the com Â¬ pour into it an equal quantity of tar mon people controlling their labor and turpentine then hold the cup aud all they consume arid produce over the fire so as to fill the room crisis which if not with the fumes The patient ou is bringing a ii property met anai overcome win 111 i ni the whole spit out tho membrane matter and affect the prosperty of diptherla will pass off The fume of human mcc audit is for the pur the tar aud turpentine loosen tho pose ot iiuoiuiiig iuu i ruM in nit throat and thus afford relief that Courts that he offers his services to the people of his State lias baffled the skill of physicians We believe that he is the man of the hour for the place and For Rent pledge him the enthusiastic sup Â¬ comfortable two story resi port of his county and district and That dence containing nlno rooms kitch believe that he will sweet the en and bathroom on becoml street Jr between Shelby and Main South Mr Scott will open tho cam Side Apply to 27 4t paign next Monday at one oclock Jas W Hugiikb at the Court House and he invites Wanted every Democrat in tho county to be present Reliable mon to put in all or part We take the above from our neigh Â¬ of timo taking orders for our lubriCol Scott Is cating Oils and Greases Liberal bor of the Argus commission emphatically a self made man and Tun Federal On Co has risen to the front rank of the Cleveland Ohio 2Clt Frankfort bar unaidod by outside as Useful Document sistance It looks like ho had his race won and wo congratulato him Wo are under ohlluatlons to tho accordingly Courier Journal Job Printing Com pany for a copy of their annual al Legal Notices manac It is full of valuable and useful information of nil kinds It Attention is called to the notices of an be had by writing to tliat com Master Commissioner W II Posey pany and remitting 25 cents nnd is In this issue of our paper Thoso in- terested would do well to read them well worth tho money This remedy is intended especially State He represented Franklin county in the Legislature in 1887 and 1888 and made a great fight for a Capital appropriation and would have succeeded but for Tates de- Â¬ falcation He was made Chair- - Married At Mt Zion Church on Wednesday February 22 by Itev H M Polsgrove Mr Floyd Young and Miss Ilatlle titiddtith After the ceremony thepnrty went to the home of the grooms father Mr J JJ Young where a grand party was given and every one seemed to enjoy themselves Died At her home near Bagdad Miss Ida Btker daughter of Mr Henry Baker She was only sick it short while and no one thought of her dying She was a good noble hearted girl and will be greatly missed by all who knew her Wo tender our sympathies to her grief stricken parents hrothors and sisters But loved ones weep not for her for Ida has gone to a brighter and better home whero we all hope to meet her Dearest Ida thou hast left us And your loss e deeply feel But tis God that has bereft us Ho can all our sorrows feel Yet again we hope to meet thee When tho day of life is fled When in heaven with Joy to greet thee Where no farewell tear is shed A Fmknd Millions Given Away Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well iw women mill nil finl tin njjillu III IWT III J II v mi lilt innappetite poisons in the blood back- 11HTWEKN m iii iiiiHiiiuin mm iiitviiusihs tired listless run down feeling But Louisville Evansville St Louis theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville AND ALL TOINTfl Till tfliwilf In Tllltnij nm Ifoanvu WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST Just tho thing fornmnti when hols mi i mi iiuwii mm iKiii i ran wiiiiiiit Tho only lino running three doublo no lives or uies it did moro to give dally trains to Evnnsvlllo without mi nmv vtriincrtli nnil trtiut niiinttltn change with high bnclc oonchos and than anythlnir I could take I can car Tho dlroot lino to St now eat anything nnd have a new Enrlor running two double dally trains lonaa rvn llfi nnlo i with high buck soiit conch os nnd Onli J W Guyles Drag Store Every Pullman sleepers through without N change Tickets on rhIo nt L oottie guaranteed office this city For information as to rates route meaning car berths N Do you suffer with dyspepsia indi etc call on A V Hlte agent L R It or address gestion flatulence or palpitation of B L BRYANT the heart Try the American Dys H 0 MORDUE TPA Aset O P A pepsia Tablet of Louisville manu facture I I TIG Beie r Route it r 3S3T xinsnE H Â¬ Â¬ Before the discovery of Ono Min ute Cough Cure ministers wero greatly disturbed by coughing con gregations No excuse for it now Tyler Hemphill and W McKee Â¬ Bears th OASTORIA The Kind You Ham Always Bought Hardle Grip shatters the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine builds them up again X The Cures at once Coughs Colds Hoarseness Loss of Voice Bronchitis Grippe Asthma and Croup At all druggists Dr Bulls f greatest remedy for WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice In tu Also Beat Estate Agent Courts of Franklin and the Hdloliilni counties and nlll also give spectul Attention to tbe pur Â¬ chase and sate of real e tntp collociltm or rfitits Consumption wOUfiLll H SV M I K wJ 25c claims and theneirotlatlon of loans SAihS Â¬ It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be gener ous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Cold have given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it hus absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthmu Bronchitis Hoarseness and all dis eases of the throat Chest and Limits lire surely cured by it Call on J W Gnyle Druggist and get a trial bottle Regular size 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded Â¬ Â¬ North Western Limited ELEC TRIC LIGHTED 20th CENTURY TRAIN For St Paul Minneapolis 830 Duluth am Loaves Chicago GJ0 p in every day Candidate for Superintendent Daylight Train leaves Chicago is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Superintendent of Public Instruction He is a native of this county and has been a teacher since 1868 in this county city Lex- Â¬ ington and Louisville where he is School Prof J T Gaines of Crescent Hill except Sunday Nigbt Express 1015 p m daily daily ALL AGENTS SELL TICKETS VIA 1 41 now Principal of tho Tenth Ward He is well qualified for the position Is This Prosperity CMcap and Hoi Western Railway i An advance of fifty cent a ton was made on the wages of the Iron and steel workers by the Pittsburg Amalgamated Association on March 1st This rulse affects about 10000 men Sharon Sharpville mills Increased the wages of their 1500 employes ten to fifteen cents a clay on Wednesday A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of N has restored the wages The L the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart of its employes to the full amount Burn and Constipation paid before the panic of 1893 Is this prosperity or not The Short Line to St Paul Minneapolis and Duluth T A Chicago Address W B Kniskern G P Til DYSPEPSIA CUBED AMERICAN Â¬ DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Just I Look at the Diamonds Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets fniunfia rno i Â¬ It is truly wonderful the number of diamonds reported for assessment for taxation in this county Just look at the report iu another place and then count up the number of American Dyspepsln Tablets contain uo PEPSIN uor other PEPTIO agents diamonds possessed by your friends but aro composed of four old and well known vegetable remedies which in combi- Â¬ effect a cure by restoring the stomach to its normal oondltion in this city alone let alone the nation will soouno book on the STOMACH and its DISEASES no ALMANAC We furnish county and see how the two sets of no prize for the LARGEST number of wrappers but will send a trial box to any figures agree There are several of address free of cost up in Mo AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA tho genus Ananias and Sapphirain be had nt J W Oayles and W TABLETS ore put addressing paokager and nro to II Averilix or by this section one wuy or the other Deufnecfc All other remedies claiming to ouro Indigestion and dyspopsla contain PEPSIN iu one of ita forms aud ns lou ns PEPSIN Ik supplied to n weak or evenhonlthy stomach in the shape of medicine nnmre will cease to make it nnd the DYSPEPSIO DQSE aud of course never be oured of his will uot be able to do without hi trouble A stomach that will promptly digest food must make its own PEPSIN and not rely upon medicine for thin most Important agent i I ofn I Cannot Bo Cured THE AMERICAN OYSPEPSIA TABLET CO LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I culars free J V CHEENEY CO Toledo BSTSold by Druggists 76o Halls Family Pills aro tho best face We will glvo Ono Hundred Dollars for any caso of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Ouro Send for cirÂ¬ reach tho diseased portion of tho ear There is only one wuy to cure deaf ness nnd tlint is by constitutional remedies Deafness is cuused by an inflamed condition of the inucouc lining of tho Eustachian Tube When this tubo is Inflamed you hnvo n rumbling sound or imperfect hoirlng nnd when It Is entirely closed donf ness is tho result and unless tho In fiamatlon can be taken out and this tubo restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forevor nlno cases out of ton are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an in flamed condition of tho inucouH sur Â¬ By local applications as they cannot JACOB SWIGERT CO i Insurance JLgerxts 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Baaomont of tb3 Capital Hotel Â¬ O mmuiLarsw3S Mli im 1 m joiiisrsoisr WHITE GOODS Plaid Muslin 5c yd and up India Linens 5c yd and up HOSIERY Special snlo black hose at 10c CORSETS AND WAISTS 100 125 and 150 coi sots odd lots at 50 cts 225 Equipoise Waists for 100 Jenness Miller Corset Waists 100 worth 200 5 i MB MnM BIG BARGAIN SALE UNDERWEAR All of our winter underwear at cost COTTONS AND SHEETINGS G cts yd for Mnsonvillo Cotton 6 cts yd for Lonsdale Cotton 7 cts yd for Berkley Cotton 8 cts yd foi Lonsdale Cambric 15 cts yd for 10 4 Pepperel Sheeting 20 cts yd for 10 4 Utica Sheeting 300 yds yd OGB - a bargain PERCALS AND CALICO 31 cts for Indigo blue calico 3 cts for Shirting calico 10 ct for best yard wide English Pen an g Yard wide good Percals at cts I DIMITY White Check Dimity at 10 cts MILLINERY All of our 350 500 and hats ut 108 GOO English i 311 Old Hickory Dead Benson Valley OKLAYKD LCTTEK JMEATJSf STREET h BEST TRAINS TO ft mi mi K IT Ed Cutlomiin a colored man well known in this city and most of the county ns Old Hickory died Tues day inornlnfriitlils home neur Bridge- Â¬ port He wiia a typical old time negro and in his younger manhood wuS possessed of ureat strength one of his favorite feats in this respect was the lifting of great weights with his teeth During the recent cold snap he sufferul greatly from cold which perhaps cauwed his death Â¬ Cold cold and plenty of snow Last Tuesday was St Valentinos day Many were received in this community Some very comical looking The nartv at Mr Tom Websters Thursday night was a moit enjoy able affair J Sheer Sednlia Mo conductor on electric street cur line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and lierlife was saved after nil physicians hud failed only by using one minute Cough Cure Tyler Hemphill and V SOUTHERN IN KENTUCKY III elTecl Oo IK 1808 No 7 1 McKee Hardie To ward off La Grippe take a dose of Dr Miles Restorative Nervine on going to bed Dr Cauys CondKfon FowUern are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonio blood purifier and They are not food but vermifuge medicine and the best in nse to put a Price 25 horse in prima condition Mr Fred Hulett is back in our cents per package neighborhood once more We al For sale by J W Gayle and ways wear a smile for Fred where LeCompte Gayle Co over we go Â¬ Â¬ m Schedule EASTIIOUNII No 5 No 3 Lv Loulstille Ar Sheibyvlllo Ar LarencebK Ar Versailles Ar Lexington WKSTHUIINU Kim alipm 7 45pm 009im fwOTpm 907pm 9Vam BMpm 960pm 10 Item 6 17pm 1009pm 10 yam fU5pm 10 35pm Lv Lexington Ar Versailles Kansas City Montana i Colorado Pacific Coast Ar Larencobir Ar Shclbjvllle Ar Louisville Trains Nos 1 2 5 ami fiiarry Free Observa Hon Chair Cars bctwecn LouIstIUo and Lex- lngtori KASTIIOtINU WE3TDOOND a No 4 -i- pm 515am 52pm 537am 820im 5npm 555am 9 12am 601pm a 32am 10 40am 7 35pm 755am No 6 730am 755am No t 4 Another Frankfort Boy to the Fore H It appears tout Capt Tlios B Coghlnn of the U S S Raleigh now on her way home from Mutiila Is an old Frankfort boy he having His parents re been born here moved from this city to Belleville 111 from which place he was ap pointed to the Navul Academy graduating in 1803 He has seen much service and was promoted to Captain for gallantry In action He was one of Deweys most trusted commanders in the Manila cam Â¬ paign It is on his vessel that Lieut Hugh Rodman Is serving They both dis Â¬ tinguished themselves at Manila Â¬ Â¬ f U J A oughing Every and irritable cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Cease tearing your throat and lungs in this wjay Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it in your throat more raw Every cough makes IkV r iYb i flyers p L Mrs Dora Suddutli and children Utah Washington Omaha No 13 No II STATIONS Ar No 12 No 14 spent a few days the past week with 330pm 740amiL Loulsvll 715pm 1040am 5 55pm PMimlAr LarncbrcAr 510pm 810am i Mrs Bain Moore 6 npmiiu 43am Ar liarodsogAr 4 -- ptD 720am Lvl 4 15pm 710am 7 00pmllQ55amlAr Kurtfln St Paul Nebraska Will some one inform us of the Desiring to change my sell or BASTBOOND WBSTIIOCNP whereabouts of Mr Luke Moore lease mr stable on Ann residence I will the best street Tins Is No laitNo 68 No 15 tNo 67 STATIONS city Is He has not been on Benson for six locited stable In theliberally well ndapted to the Black Hills patronized a a mm 7 40amLv Lnulxvll Ar 1040am 7 35pm months Sure some girl has a string livery bus ness and 5 Kpm JWimAr Shiluvtl Ar 9 12am 605pm VIA to tier beau 017pm 1016am Ar Vcnlles Ar 7 50am 415pm W B LUCKETT 2ttt 040pm 11 lOimjAr Midway Ar 7 30am 3 3Spm 7lupm 1205pmlAr Ueorgtn Lv 7 00am 300pm Some time since I visited a friend WESTBOUND KASTIIOUND of mine Just beyond Bridgeport but No tNo 6 tNo STATIONS tNo 5 before I reached the city I came in 740am 310pm Lv Ioulivll Ar 10 40am 735pra VESTIBULED TRAINS sight of n most beautiful and mag- 102Jatn Jpm Lv Versllea Ar 7 50im 4 45pm nificent little dwelling not more U0 2am 7 05pm Ar Nlchlvill Ar R5Kam 3 55pra SLEEPERS DINING CARS 58pm a05pm Ar Kicbmnil Lv 605am 3 00pID than one yard from the pike As I l atpm 105pm Ar Irvine Lv came nearer thu house I heard some CHAIR CARS SEATS No No 3 FREK awful yelps made by n dog which 740am 745pn Lv Louisville V M RUOQ TRAV PASSR aoent ST LOUIS MO attracted my attention And as I 1045am 10 35pm Ar Lexington HOWARD ELLIOTT OINL MQR ST LOUIS MO parsed the house I counted twelve 7 00pra 745am Ar Knoxvlllo 5 10am 115pm LW WAKCLCY OENL PASSR AOTST LOUIS MO Ar Aslicvlllo dogs They were of all sizes and 5 Ours Ar Savannah some very peculiar looking fellows POOan Ar Jocltsonvllle most of them black and white spotted lo tho 5 55pm 645am Chattanooga Ar Courier Journal thnn 10 jotni 1150am Ar Atlanta This aroused my curiosity more than in any other pnper published both in TO lOOim 2 25pm Ar Macon ever I dont know why but I quality and qunntity 8 Vam 9 55pa Ar Jacksonville longed to know who lived there R IOpm 55ara Lv Chattanooga 10 05pm U30an Ar Hlrmlncham Later on I was talking the matter 104 PAPERS ONE YEAR FOR 23 lam usapn Ar Meridian over with an old friend of mine and 830am 830an Ar New Orleans SO cts was Informed that the house with llavani Cincinnati Florida Train No Limited carries TbrouRh Drawtn Koom Pullthe twelve fox hounds was the home ORLEANS man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta In connection with tb Southern Pucltlc of the Lily of the Pike one of our Tho Couricr Journnl la Macon and Jacksonville connects at Lexing most highly eeteemed readers of the tho equal of many dailies and tho superior ton or Chattanooga with Pullman GeeplnkF cai for New Orleans Free Chalrcars btwecn Lou Through Weekly of all other papers It prints more real Roundabut Now dear Lily I news more good clnes matter isville and Lrxlnuton Observation Chair can inoro good urn sure 1 will recognize you if I net ween Lexington and Home Cafe cars ele meet you in the city by the twelve stories than any other Issued Wednes Tourist Sleeping Car gant coaches3 carries Pullman Slceptntr car be Train No dogs you will be likely to have with day and Saturday A good commission tween Louttvllle Chattanooga and Ulrmlng you And if I do while I am no to ugouts Snmple copies free on appli- Leiu Ins Cincinnati Hinl Louis Up on I C It H ham nlo Through Sleeplw cars from Lexington to Jacksonville via Abelllo nnd havan lust New Orleans Llml wl tmln dog lover I will greet you with the cation Write to nah also la Chattanooga and Atlanta N many kind blessings of my luart bVbRY THURSDAY change Free Chair car Lexington to Chatt CO GOTJRIERJOURNAL nooga hrough bleeping cars Lexington U and wish you u happy and delight- Â¬ For Los Angeles nnd San Francisco without Louisville Ky New Orleans change The Limited also comiecix at New ful fox ehae Say boys if you want tDally except Sundav Orleans dully with Express Trin forth Pacific A WimnoN I a uood fox dog apply to the house TA STSwirr PTA Coast and on Tuesday nnd Saturdays with the Lexington Ky Louisville Ky ubovo mentioned probably you can M CULPT FS Gannon 3d VPftQM JWashington I MO secure one of the wild and ferocious By a Special Arrangement You SOSSET LUTED Washington D C flHHEX WATcitK QPA WMILTATLOE AGPA looking animals Loulsv ille Ky Washington O C can Get the ot the Southern Paclllc glvlnt Hpeital through Mr Bob Hulett has purchased a service to San Francisco Particulars ot AsenU of thelt KK iindconnectlngllnes farm from Mr Bill Moore near 8O HATCH Dlv ass Agent Cincinnati O Benson Depot formerly ealkd the ROUNDABOUT JNO A COTT Dlv Pats Agent Memphis old Crutcher place Will move this AND THE month Mr Ed Moore one among our many Benson boys has gone to AHHANSON op a Chicago COURIER JOURNBL live this year with his brother-in-laW KtLLOND A o iALouisUle Ed is a jolly good fellow and Both One Year for Only we will inks him much For Sale or Lease I i i YOU St Louis or Chicago 1 GET Twico-n-Wee- 11 MORE k Twico-a-AVee- ALIFORNI c NEW via A 1 k Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w TwIce-3-We- ek A Lily of the V alms v Eastern Asylum Notes 100 This is for cash subscriptions only Al subscriptions under this combination offer must be sent through tho ROUNDABOUT ofllco I Cherry Pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling in the throat ceases the spasm weak- Â¬ ens the cough disap- Â¬ pears Do not wait for pneumonia and con- Â¬ sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per-Â¬ son troubled with a cough Try the Cnpitnl Steam Lnuu drv for u clean shirt or collar 16 tf Telephone 17 nRAnAGtHSfmrMl ln2fl mlnuteabvDr Miles Pain Pills Ono cent a dote Atdrugglsta ZwwVhwWi ifrjtTJbjf4rtjtTJtrifTJtTfijf THE POPULAR Mwl I At the Eastern Kentucky Asylum were admitted yesterday Margaiet Exum of Franklin county Mirtha Clark agedlO of Lewis county and Gordon Peyton of Frankfoit On Friday night a ball for the white people and negioes will take place The balls of course will take plaio Lexington Ilet in r epuiuto room wvtptptlT vrrrfen wtpvI iVPWWTSPs THE QUEEN Route with Its rail and forms the short and West India Double Daily Pullman Jacksonville The famous CINCINNATI LIMITED solid vestibuled aid Do you suffer fiom catarrh of tho the stomach heartburn or constipa Â¬ tion Give tho American Dyspepsia Tablet a Kentucky pioducti trial rji lA tT titttT f JMM piiMtHlfp wwr4f iAfiT4 5 wrv jf tit v CRESCENT s ftrlrrlTTs ititT itfittifi steamer Connections line to Florida points Service Fast to HAVANA through Skin Diseases For the speedy nnd permanent euro of tetter salt rheum and eczenm Cham berlains Eye nnd Skin Ointment Is without an equal It relieves the Itch ing and smarting almost instantly and Its continued use effects a permanent cure It also cures Itch harbors Itch scald head soro nipples Itching piles chapped hands chronic soro oyes nnd granulated lids Â¬ fTlPVl fXA17AAM East Coast FLORIDA AND Queen Crescent P Railway makes nectlon on arrival at Miami FC service to Florida via the Southern Railway and direct sUamshio Con or at Tampa iWtst Coast for Write to the Doctor livi T 4 I 1 what has been with our Cherry 1ectoral Ion will receive a prompt reply without cost AddieilDH J 0 AYKlt wiwen Mat 9S omlnentlr qualify ua for KtYlnR jrou medical advice Write freely all the particular In your caie Tell ua your experience perience Unmul opportunities and long ex Â¬ Key West Havana Nassau Santiago C W O Santa H MffHfMf IWVP tMrhtft 1 1 i J Svmj jw it lirrn K VI and all West India ports 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans Free books and Information by addressing AQCNT 11 DIV It MITCHKLlPASSORPASOOR DIV L Dr Cftdvs Condition Fon tiers fox liorses fire tho best tonic blood purlllor and vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby W C RINEARBON 10 OlNt 4TH AND RACE OTS CINCINNATI O AQCNT CHATTANOOGA TCNN OR PASBQR AQCHT CINCINNATI O for tt4fttit4f WTtWtlnMnWTfrtW A ville tit iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiMiiiir Etlt J t WWWWVPWTPWV3 II 1IKV tliliMUM li lateniKKl la lt Souttit 8tul cu w W O Mbimud Ntir llluiml Mouilil Lj4 tail LHIuj vo jnr wwwnfwwwtpriTwwrrj w 4 b tlr t rjj t fr tjt tj i r 6 V - yjh WaM i The anteed JHJnnn1lJunnnnfutnnnnjiruinnnnn ruuu innnjinnninnnnnnnjinnnnxinnxinnnnnnniUinnnnnnfuuuinnnnrinp Perfect to 1 T1 jdieCtriC OlOCK j 1 The Standard Electric Clock runs en continuously without to d attention and gives perfect s time The Standard Electric clocks are unqualifiedly guar- Â¬ R83I feci scif roliiuit It iO5 IsVwJ will vim inv ii vwuuuij likit WMinfitr w E3 S9 6 with the same precision as in a 2 In a word it is the St T city office 3o -- i acme of clock perfection It is ss P as constant in its daily record TJie clock is CD 3 5 3 v g- - as the sun il M vff ASELBERT c i to 3 q Reliable Jeweler FRANKFOKT KENTUCKY WpJH Sfcri SPECIAL REPRESENTATIVE 031juinnnminnnnnrinmiarumru RELIGIOUS FOR Â¬ H J ixrinjinnnnnnjmnjxrLnnnnjuxnjmn faro of tho organization and certain men of thoio towns where absurd ly every Christian man in Frankfort prosecutions aro being conducted are must feel n deop interest in a work so OnUKOn DfmnmnH RpisnOPAI with future important and far reaching its in- widdllng thoiiiriilvt R L McOrendy rector Mr fluence for good is kindly urged to heavy rates If the Court of Appeals Rev DnKf Pmmflk Ahriham assistant attend tho Mens Rally on Sundavl nivinn tnrvtcn nnd eermon nt 11 afternoon at 330 oclock when tho should sustain thoo clnirgert If tho p va business men are content to sit still a ni find 430 theme Loyalty tho Tho Incarna- will be consideredto Mr Association and see the farmers who are not Morninc subject Frank Chinn tion v afternoon Third Lecture on andothors will speak and good music affected by Are Insurance combina Â¬ 1 nfinn will be provided All men welcome Sunday school at 045 a m in the tionsrun amuck oi corporations for Ohapel The directors of tho Association the gratiileation of tin ir ignorant Lenten services every afternoon in with tho able assistance of the Ladles prejudices childish distrust the except the Ohapel at 430 evening Wednes- Â¬ Committee have arranged to give an companies and stand it The business when can day and Friday informal reception to the members and other voune men of tho cltv men wilt have to pay the piper in adÂ¬ will be held at 730 oclock Wednesday night Bible lesson next Tuesday evening March 7th at vance or by doing without good insur Friday night subject The Church in 8 oclock A pleasing musical programme together with refreshments ance the New Testament All seats free and everyone cor- will insure an enjoyablo social dially welcome to all services gathering Left the Town i Tho Rally last Sundav afternoon Baptist Ohvkcii Rev M B proved to be literally a toast of good About twenty of the fire insurance tho program including a companies which have been doing Adams the pastor will preach at things very able address by Rov R L Mo 11 a m and 730 p m withTho Young Peoples Society will Cready on Loyalty to the Book a business here for years huve p m Leader Mr beautiful violin solo played by Mr drawn from the city during the last meet at 630 Louis Harris tho hearty singing of few weeks on account of fines In Edward Dean nymns witn piano accompaniment by The Gates of Zion Topic Peoples Society Prof Wayland Graham and last but flicted upon them at the recent term Junior Young meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in not least interesting reports of tho of the circuit court Many others recent State Y M O A Convention will follow in a short time the Ohapel Praver meeting Wednesday night presented by Messrs Will Bull and Harry Mattern Surely the young at 730 oclock Transferred Class in Sacred Literature will meet men who do not attend these Loyalty meetlncrs are missinc a immediately after tho great deal of combined enjoyment Mr Chas G Payne who has been Sunday school in the Ohapel at 945 ana prone holding a position in the Senate o m Special classes for young men The session of the Y M O A Folding Room in Washington City Seats free and all are cordially in Congress last Monday evening was has been nppointed to a position in vited devoted chiefly to tho discussion of the War Department and expects to Church Rev George the resolution providingto for the he ordered to Cuba Heres hoping Christian women extension of civil rights Darsie tho pastor will preach at 11 Able arguments wero presented on a m and 730 p m linfll atilno rtP fliA nnaatlnn Ktf frliA that good luck will follow you Why the Bible measure failed to pass the vote being String whcrevtT you nmy have to Evening subject Tho third in tho biuw m UJO IlCAb BCBBIUJI 1UUIUU IJ is sufficient series of sermons on the Bible ldtu tno JNicarnguun canal bill will Young Peoples Society oi unris betaken up mpntn at 645 D m Pnnfumr EXECUTORS NOTICE in the chapel Leader Miss Maggie Galbralth From the Insurance Herald March2 I hnve been by te Franklin County Court Topic The Gates of Zion duly quillfleil as Uih executor ot tile lata will of Prayer meeting Wednesday night The Insurance Question John S Ilarvlf deceased and all parlies Indebt in the Chapel at 730 oclock ed to the estitn of said decedent nr requested Living Epistles to make payment to me and those Iiavlng Topic Junior Endeavor meets Friday The business men of Frankfort claims ugainit said estate will present the same properly proven to me afternoon at 330 oclock JOHN n LINDSEY Georgetown Shelby vllle Versailles 24 m Kxr ot John S Uarvle Sunday school meets at 030 will be cordially wel- and other Kentucky towns do not The public comed to all these services and es not seem to appreciate the heavy peciallystrangers in the city weight of fire insurance rates they aro saddling upon themselves for tho UATnoLio Church Tho usuai ser future It is their duty to protest vices to morrow conducted by Rev against the senseless persecution of All jiersos hiving cl lm against the 9state ot Wm Harrod eceniil nre ut reby notified to pastor Father Thomas Major tho High mass present the same to fire insurance companies widen is law o lorbtforeliay me proven lis required by Low mass at 730 am 1st lt 90 JOHN 8 HAfinOD 10 am Vespers at 730 pm being carried on by unscrupulous Admlulstrator March 41m demagogues backed by Juries made Prksbyterian Church up of farmers Of the whole list of First Rev J McOlusky Blayney D D the more than one hundred companies pastor will preach at 11 a m and doing business in Kentucky only 730 p m Sunday school at 945 am two we believe write insurance on FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COUHT Christian Endeavor Society meets farm business The remainder con room at 645 p m in Sunday sohool even- line their operations exclusively to Octavla Millers Admr llaintin Prayer mooting Wednesday nnnW Miller AC Defendants estate town property and it is the owners All persons u vine claims uitalist thenotified ing at 730 of Octtvla Miller deceased are hereby of town risks business men manu- to uppear before me and prove their clalmb as Methodist Church Rev T F facturers and householders of the required by law or to present the same to me proven Taliaferro the pastor will preach at towns who should hear the indict 116JJ as required by law on or before April W II IUMI 11 a m and 7130 p m ZJHC uoinmisioner r v v Sundav sohool meets at 930 a m - ments and decide whether the com Â¬ Prayer mooting Wednesday ovon- panies are conspiring to exort high nf Tqn 111K i these representatives Tho Pastors Ala Bocieiy win miuuk rates Jiecause 3 oclock each Wednesday after- of the business communities not tho at noon farmers will have to pay the fines in FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Epworth League in Sunday sohool the end Let none of them hug the A W Cromwells Admr riulntlff room at 645 p m versus Official Board meetsTuosday even delusion that by fining corporations Pernette Harrod Ac Defendants J ing the farmers are punishing the corpor- Â¬ All persons having claims against Noah Golns deceased Tho public cordially invited to at- Â¬ ations Every dollar of fines imposed same to meare hereby asnotified o bypresentor the to proven required law tend appear before me and prove tlii simo as rewill simply bo added to tho cost of quired by law on or before April WM POSEY W doing business in those counties nnd Commissioner F C C Churoh--Re- v Southern Presbyterian pastor will the rates will bo Increased to cover 27 4t Wm Crowe jr tho the increased cost nnd ultimately re preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m cover all tho flues And the Insureea Young Peoples Society of Christian must pay tho rates and pay the fines Endoavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday even Â¬ or do without insurance and by that FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT much hamper and limit their credit ing at 730 To all these mootings tho public is They can not expect the people of Kllnniuer Ilros Assltrnee Ilulutlff versus Henry J Kllwaimer tc Defendants cordially invited other counties or other States to pay All percons having claims ugulnst Kllwancer E Kllwanger Bros Henry J theso fines and the companies have In existence on Ellwunger and C1837 are hereby September IV except notified to present their claims to me proven as nothing to pay them out of required ty law or to appear before me and V M O A NOTES law on the annual receipts for premiums prove their claims as required br 1OSEY or wH Every member of tho Y M O A - For that reason we say the business before April 1 ibW Commissioner F 0 0 27 tt who Is really interested in tho welA Â¬ Â¬ 41 Â¬ Â¬ Grand February HEENEYS - Clearance Sale - S w 1 DRY - GOODS EMPORIUM Commencing Monday February 20th we will innugurnto a grand clearance sale in every department Our spring goods will nil bo in in about 10 days and in order to make room for them we will for 10 days sell everything nt from 15 to 25 per cent below the regular price All goods hno ndvnnced and spring prices will bo much higher than for five years past so if you want bargains do not fail to attend our grand Clcnranco Sale next week NOTICE Everybody holding our premium tickets must present them for re- Â¬ demption on or before March 1st 189U nfter which time they become void nnd we will discontinue giving them m m ki Â¬ HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway prayer-meetin- g Â¬ Frankfort Granite Marble 200 and 2C2 2vain Street B LjDCli Co I i 6 T Flyfij Sculptor President P F Triplet Secretary W I Lewis ManapL Headstones and Granite must dispose of them in or leaving your order for for spring delivery to bo Estimates furnished on 1 Â¬ Notice Â¬ application 21 lm Wo hnve on hand a large nopply of Monuments Markers that we are offering at n very reduced price and the next i0 days You will save money by buying now spring delivery We nre taking orders for monuments made of Bnrrc Qoincey Westerly and Scotch Granite 1 1 W ID XjE17IS 2vgr Notice Â¬ Â¬ mm w JX- 1 Â¬ Notice LOWEST PRICES UU i R w Â¬ JOHN DRISCOLLS Â¬ 1 11 Notice CASTOR A and Children For I Infants The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of SPRING 1899 TREES PLANTS Hmnll VINESr Z S Â¬ Lawn nnd Garden We employ no agent but sell direct nt reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on ap- Â¬ plication to H Fruit and Ornnmental Trees Shrubs Fruits and everything for Orchard F HILLENMEYER XjQsclxigrton cuted at this office Job work neatly exe- rXelep2icae 237 Feb 25 Um ICy MAjtefc A Coal Cook Stove for 5 My line of Ranges Cook and Heating Stoves is the largest iind cheapest in the city Tin Iron and Slnto Koofiing Untlering and Kopuir work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed When in need ot anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article usually kept inn first class China Store call and see my stock T I Biltfii iW y iimT liMrlMHwIliTitiifc ltHMW No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or Dixy Give me a call fcMT u ri Germany Leaves et Forks of Blkhorn DEATHS Jn Bullitt county McMiMiAv The German Admiral at Manila Feb 7th at the residence of her has retiiested Admiral Dewey to look nephew Air J H Skinner Mr- - It after German interests at that place r the Into llntit McMillan E q who formerly lved about a miles from this city on the the Versailles pike Mrs McMillan wns a lady who hud many Irlends in ithis city Slie was 80 years of age O McMillan widow -- as he has orders from his government to go elsewhere This move will have a tendency to re torc the en Â¬ W W M ri - tente eordlal between the two countries vvliUh has been rather strained lor some time Â¬ Ruw VWKSR MFVa L fcl T - MwlWi Wi SV W- IT r s R m fl P 5 fc Mr y- Geo B Secord tho well known contractor otTowanda N Y says I have used Chamberlains Cough Kemedy in my family for a long The Sagasta Ministry have to their resignation to the Queen lime and havo found It superior W For sale by J any other Itegent of Spain What eiRct this Guyle may havo on the treaty has not yet been decided although it is thought Schley Honored it will bo duly rati fed as the Span iards realize that by a failure to Rear Admiral W SSchley was ratify it Spain would lose the 20 the recipient of n handsome testimoOOOOUU which we agreed to give for nial from his native State of Marythe Philippines land on Tuesday last It was a beautiful gold medal encrusted with 320 Distinguished Woman diamonds Tho presentation was mado by The widow of Gen John A Logan Gov Lownders In the presence of a as lying very ill at her home in large crowd Washington City Her son Major Admiral Schley made a modest John A Logan jr who is now in and appropriate reply 2ubu has been summoned to his Business Resumed mothers bedside The worst is feared Mrs Logan was a very brilliant and As the fowls have returned to bus fascinating woman iness dont forget that I want you to brinir me all the eggs chickens I have been afflicted with rheum a ducks turkeys geese c that you iism for fourteen years and nothing can spare 1 will pay you tho high seemed to givo any relief I was est cash prices for every thing I buy able to be around all the time hut constantly suffering I had tried Dont forget tho placeFerguson It eveiythlng I could hear of and at Broadway near Midland Depot last was told to try Chamberlains 27 lt Pain Bui in which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure it has not Mnce returned Josh Digests what you eat JSdgur Gnrmantown Cul For sale by J W Jayle Millville Spains Troubles tert--der- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 111 Weather very changeable Mrs llbttcci Petty who has been ill with lagrlppe Is some better Miss Flora South of Excelsior In stitute was the nuest of Miss Bettie Bowen part ol last week Misses Mary and Maigaret SafTarans of Duckers were the guests ot Miss Carrie Brock at Crescent View Sunday last j Mr Langster and family of Swlt sser havo moved near our village The report of small pox near our Xtllttttvi iiinitnitiiii itria ift urn iritwl a mistake it was only measles Miss Elizabeth Adklns who has been ill with lagrlppe Is fast im- Â¬ ji proving Messrs Earl and Elmer Burdin of Mount Eilen were In our village last week much to the delight of one of our fairest r Mr Stuart Lucis entertained Wednesday niht last In honor of his many friends Owing to the dls k ugreeable night many wero pre- Â¬ vented from attending Mr Barry South and family have moved to Frankfort to tho old Run yan house on Ann street Â¬ I Â¬ I b fW Wginna m mtxmm VOTtP -- tormm mmrmm mm mm mm mm v PDniMITlK AArfUAtJ iuiHwiu TirfCTP RXtic 1TAWVJA r ym 1 mjfmmm fl I on irt nvr Uu li 1 UA lVAftlVAA iaoou cidcT 1M I The Best Shoes x Always prove in the long run to be If THE CIMST SHOES -- n We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay J no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind j elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on our bargain j counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing 4 out for 125 will outwear two pair of the kind ordi- - A naruy soio ior inose prices ana win iook nice until worn out Come quick while you can get your choice Mr Joe Flolton of Frankfort will be the guest of his family to day and to morrow Miss Stella Cannon nf Oxford la the guest of Mrs Julia Hughes RUBBERS We have rubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little more than the ordinary unreliable kind You can not Â¬ Only Me Â¬ -- Rev E Edwards pastor of tho English Baptist Church at Miners ville Pa when suffering with was advised to try rheumatism Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to me It subdued the inflammation and re- Â¬ lieved the pain Should any sufferer profit by givlnir Pain Balm a trial It will please me For safe by J W Gayle Hold On get them elsewhere 212 ST CLAIR ST McCLURFS CASH QUOTATION Best Patent Flour per hundred 2nd Patent Flour per hundred FRANKFORT KY Bit Off Moren He Could Cbaw A wihl duck killed by a farmer brought In and sold on the street was dressed in the restaurant of Frenchys saloon u few days ago when a fish measuring 12 inches long and 0i Inches wide was Jouud on its Inside as perfect as If swal iovved only a short time before the duck was shot It had gone down ull first and while i a head was in the duckd craw the tall was at tho But extreme end of the bowel what botheed those who saw It was how a fish 3 Inches wide could get down the ducks throut when its throat apparently was not large enough to admit of tho paasago o one an inch wide Tho llsh was of tooth herring or skipjack variety but what family the duel belonged to none neemed to know t iH 4i V v Miss Sallie Bransom of Frankfort the guest of irieuds here Mr George Banks of Louisville visited here last week Mis Anna Johnson has gone to Fayette county to teach a school Miss Georgia Johnson and Master Taylor Johnson attended u social at Waddy on Washingtons birthday Misses Mary and Francos Hearn of Jetts were guests of Miss Ethelyn Johnson last week On Sunday Mr J A Peters will be ordained a deacon of the Millville Baptist Church Rev E G Stout of Versailles will preach tho ordina tion sermon Married On Wednesday Feb 22 Marshall of Owen co nty Mr and Miss Lucy tv illiams of this Quite a num- Â¬ place were married ber of mends were present to wit We wish them uoss the ceremony all the happlnc s possible is Â¬ The House of Representatives Congress refused to consider in port of the Judlclar Co which held that Gen Joe Wheeler Col D G Colston and the other Congressmen who held commissions in the volunteers had vacated their seats This Is as It should be Dur ing tho civil war there were numer- Â¬ Of course ous cases of the kind they could only draw one salary which they have done Â¬ the re- Â¬ pmittee ROYKL MI LL S HOYAL QUEEN DAISY FANCY Hopped Too Soon Family Flour per hundred Low Grade Flour per hundred Corn Meal per bushel per bushel Corn Sltipstuir per 100 lbs Custom grinding Wheat and Corn a Specialty 240 230 220 70 60 80 250 OliSKRVKH i S iff skYourfll HOB 9 Neighbor A colored man employed on the WH farm of Messrs W J Lowls near Woodlake was sent out to the pasture to catch u horse Suu day afternoon and when he returned reported to Mr W J Lewis that the pasturo was full of grasshoppers Upon Mr Lewis expressing surprise the negro remarked I knew you wouldnt bellovo it so I caught some of them and brought them along and pulling his handkerchief from his pocket opened It out when out Jumped about a dozen hoppers as lively as if It was the middle of sum Â¬ mer Will Return L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Ky Frankfort Kentucky Good Horse Sold Advertised Letters at Frankfort Mr A CShowalter of this city sold on Thursdayto Dr 0 C Lowls of Stamping Ground a fancy black harness gelding for u good price Dr Lewis who will remove to Owens- boro next week will uo his horso in his practice in that city Change of Base whose house is conspicuously clean whose work worries her least whose leisure time is greatest how she manages The chances are ten to one she will answer I do all my cleaning with f Sold by nil grocrrs Chicago THE NK SU Louis largest package greatest economy FAIRBANK COMPANY Now York Boston Philadelphia Wo avo requested to announce that Dr It Goldstein tho celebrated op tlcad and specialist will bo in this city on Saturday next March 11th at tho Capital Hotel where ho will bo pleased to meet his patients and friends Those needing glasses scien- Â¬ tifically adjusted to their oyea should bear this in mind and give htm a call Mr Richard Ferguson has removed his wholesale produco establishment to the center room of tho South block on East Rroadway street whore ho will bo convenient to both tho railroad dopota Let all those having country produco to sell bear this In mind and glvo him a call Â¬ Eolow will bo found a list of letters remaining unclalmoU for tho week ending March 4 1809 Beatry Miss Mag- - OwenB Julia gie Perry M II Broadhurst G F Poota Mllbeo Cornell Z R 2 Robinson Thoa F Cox William Sholby Willlo Dalton Galley Smith Sally William Dixie Soruors Son Mrs Betty State Reporter Doty Dozlo Joo Stato Board Modi Eady Lonio cal Examiner Tnhti Pnnnti RtnnlinnA rr Gamblo Ohas O Stone Airs Emmio Hoyden Willlo Stone Halloy Hensloy Sam The Medical Insti- Jenniugs John tuto Johnson Julio E Thomas R Leo rayetto II Walkor Richard Mason in Harrison Woodson William Martin W E H Miller All Wright Omio Mitchell Juno Persons palling for any of theao Â¬ ters willploaso say advortlsod let a B Holmes P m i 8 1 OUTPOURING OF BARGAINS OUR DISSOLUTION SALE WE ARE STILL CLOSING OUT EVERY BROKEN LINE Spring Dont hesitate honestly no greater oppor dhy Knox Hats open dozen H Curtis Cos tunity than this is liable to happen in a decade finest 125 mid 100 White John Stetson Hats open nt or 425 by the Shirts half dozen We place on sale this day all our Spring Suits day Dont fail to see those great Watch the windows values thoy are selling rapidly Shoes Ox carnec from last season and will close them out Ladies Shoes Our Spring Stock open today fords 250 300 in the same way we are selling all our winter and i One largo lot positively show 350 and 400 goods cut to 125 and 150 Unheard of suits and overcoats but they must go for cash thing values u Spring Mens Shoes 400 Every pair of last season and all pointed toe One largo lot 300 Neckwear are showing a 500 and 000 shoes cut to 150 Dont fail to get a ptir m beautiful line shoes are in the big scramble of them m The Greatest Shirt Sale On Earth 75 C 1 to B go 75c to i iij rftf we every- Â¬ Wo til v See the big Job Shoe Table and see what you can do for 75c 100 125 4- - 150 IT WILL POSITIVELY SURPRISE YOU W rJvtl D C CRTJTCHER Letter from John E Miles CO Poverty Row legal holiday made so I believe by an act of Congress but time has lengthened out to such an extent Hinco his birth since his life and since his death more especially the latter that the young of to day do not appreciate the object for which and the day has been remembered holicelebrated It was not a legal day made so by law In my boyhood but was kept voluntarily by every one and in every community all over the Stato and country Public meetings would be held speeches made whereases and resolutions passed in which sentimental expres sions were used to keep kindled In the young the loyalty and feeling of those who fought the battles of the revolution These old time feelings It seems to me arc not now what they once were Not that the young of to day are not just as loyal but are being inspired by other incentives On reflection I believe that it is best that it should be so times are chang ing seasons are changing the things of yesterday are not tho things of to day everything is passing away and out of use Manners habits and customs Id all departments of life from tho school book to the machin ery that runs and drives the world Take tho flour mill of u few years ago and look at the sumo mill of topiece dayfrom the engine to every drives of machinery that the engine all different How often do wo now hear politicians quoting Washington Jeffer- Â¬ Madison Monroe Jackson son They all had their day and filled their places well but wo had thou sands who could have filled tho places thoy filled und done it Just as I ve ll if tney had been chosen know some will say this Is not ortho dox doctrine but nevertheless it is true and it might have been true that their places might have been For instance much better iilled you editors take tho last war nil Jok- Â¬ ing and Jesting aside do you not know we could have had better men right from Frankfoit A great many who names I could but will not give who took a solemn obligation to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Norfolk Va Feb 22 1899 Editor Roundabout This Is Washingtons birthday a of Cuba to the United States that wo would crawl into tho enemys camp that wo would ascend the steprof Moro Castle at tho mouth of tho Spanish cannon under orders nt our grand commander Gen who practiced us by crawling tho terrible trouble anil privations we went throimh in being trained moro than 26 years ago waiting or the time to come Then all of us from 4iit i tiw fi iiiuliim mid iiniiGxation I I To remind tho readers of the dear old Roundabout that I did not quite freeze during the extreme cold weather I offer them a few thoughts for their perusal The very oldest inhabitants of our community say they never knew such a continued spell of cold weather in their history fitvuif tiiim to Hiivmii leiillnir Mrs Ella Hulotts little boy Ben his way around tries to go up and nie is very low with brain trouble into Moro Cattle being met by a with lllth or no hopes of recovery guard and asked it he had a pass He Mr Tom Ellis Is very low with asked from who The guard answered Gen Brooke Now isnt this hard consumption also his mother both after what wo had gone throughto down at the same timo and place have the United States army placed Mr Tom Johnson our Postmaster between us and the very place we Is very sick at his residence in Con taken a solemn obligation we sol ition The office is being run by had would go to Tho only excuse 999 Ed Stigers jr who Is giving general has Is that tho U S was too strong satisfaction for him Tho same happened at tho Governors Palace but there was no Mr Will Botts has lately been in- Â¬ obligation - to this But as to the stalled as agent at Bagdad Mr Jim first I feel kinder shy about re Goodwin going out porting about Moro Castle Espec Â¬ wife visited Mr Wilson Miles ially after receiving a letter nero Mr Allen Harrod and family in and from brother 998 who reminds mej Covinglon last week Allen has flint ii full ri mirt i OXOCCtcd frOIIl been quite poorly with pneumonia me by tho order on my return either but was In a fair way to recovery orally or written when they left him I did tho best 1 could and this is Mrs Susie Miles and aunt Mrs can povdble as good a report as I make and ask you please have It ac- Sarah Miles daughter and grand Another daughter were guests of Mrs J H recorded cepted und will you please see my Snook and family last Friday favor wile and ask her for the letter Our friend Mr Newton Miles I sent her which 998I received called on his best girl in Hattou last He did Friday night and as his horse was from our brother not sign his name but 1 remembered naturally inclined to be afraid of tho his number yes have remembered it cars did not get in until well say for tho past twenty five fleeting years about 11 oclock I would like to How mpldly havo these years passed trade for that horse away How few of us are left who I had tho untold pleasure of meet met those memorable nights In Odd snap the Fellows hall whin we so carefully ing Observer duringfrozen cold badly but Interestingly and amusingly to those I did not find him When you peal off and who had entered tho order and how Irost bitten gets thing otherwise to those who were being every you again all right let us hear How it was fun for the from initiated How boys but death to tho frogs Wo learn that Uncle Wesley Wade the few of us that are left alive ought perhaps one of the oldest land marks to get together and talk over those in the county Is very low at tint bygone days Besides tho good we residence or his sons isulah and A did with tho Initiation fees helping J Wade Undo Wesley wo sup the poor besides breaking some of nose has reached his four score and tlie boys ofsomo of their bad habits ten How noino left and never returned Tharp who Mr C after they found wo had caught up farm near BJacksonville to sold his Harlow With them Bros has moved to C M Samples you think this worth printing do better known as tho Duncan farm If so If not into tho basket let it go If below Jacksonville The Harlow no one else will enjoy It he oois Bros will move to their new pur Â¬ Will chase immediately We uro having pleasant weather Air Wilson Miles Is so taken with now but snow still piled in drills ho Is Inthe city three to four feet high In some places clined toof Covington thatget a very I could write a whole lot more hut lucrative think that ho can will acposition there and guess I have said enough cept of tho same before another Yours truly winter approaches In order ho says John E Milis Â¬ I our brave commander down to the lowest official to be Ignored and men put in over us woo irom me nunornl in pnmmnnd of tho U S forces down to tho lowest official have got Into a lignt among tnein selves and have gotten the Presi dent of this glorious country of ours and most of his cabinet officials into trouble a regular Kilkenny cat light Then after ignoring us as we have been one of our number Consolation I to be above zero Cant stand the cold weather Success Wilson let me go along to fan you Mr Ezra Cook will In tho near future erect a building on his prem- Â¬ ises on Six Mile Creek for tho ben- Â¬ efit of his brother-in-laMr Sam Nolan and family who are now liv- ing in Graves choolhoiHe DIst No 39 S i el by county Mr Nolan being a very poor mun and having had a great deal of slckne In his family the entire winter has suffered in con sequence w Vi9ltlng seems to be all tho go Mr and Mrs Albert Tracy visited Mr and Mrs Loudle Chixn Mon Â¬ day n- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v Â¬ Mr Chas M Samples who has been conducting a mercantile busi Â¬ ness in Jacksonville for several mouths will retire from that busi ness about tho 1st of March and Mr J N Wilburn will be found in his stead behind the counter ready and wining to wan on customers una to sell them goods at rock bottom prices If you dont beliovo It call on him Dr Dan Middleton formerly of Shelby vllle who located in Jackson ville one year ago to practice his profession is doing somo practice and seems to be giving good satisfaction All the doctor needs now is a genial companion and a comfortable home and he doubtless will bo n much happier man Who Is it that would not be Now you who are readers of tho RoUNDAnouT who miss tho next issue of tho paper wo can say of you that you have missed a great deal of my nonsense I bid you adieu until tho next time by asking you where I can get some good left handed boys who can throw accurately with tho 10 a piece for them right hand for u short time only as tho season Is Catoheji of short duration Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Mrs Mary E Moore and family visited Mr Joseph Daltons family of Spring Hill this week We wonder if Mr Warren Pulliam has adyanied tho price of board since eggs are forty cents a dozen Cheer up Columbus Easter is a coming and Pa Pulliam will give you a treat to them free of charge Misses Martha Bryant and Pearl Moore were holding close com Â¬ munion on last Sunday eve I guess they were talking of the Pleasant Ridge boy Desdemona Sweet Williams dont bloom all the year round Glad to say that Mr Leslie Young is recovering from typhoid lover Not only one but the latest event of the season was tho marriage of Mr Floyd Young to Miss Hattle Sudduth Wednesday evening ut 8311 Miss Pearl Mooro was maid of liquor and Mr Terrell Mitchell best mun llov Humphrey Polsgrove officiating -- i 1 Yl m Precious Pearl m M m m Tbe Appetite oi a uoat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Lite Pills the wonderful btomach and Liver Remedy gives a spiended appetite sound digestion unci a regular bodily habit that Insures perlect health and great energy Only 25 cents at any Drug Store whoso Stomach and - Discovered by a Woman Vice President D A R Â¬ Â¬ Another great discovery has been made und that too by a lady In this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven yearo she withstood Its severest tests but hor vital organs were undermined and For three death seemed immiment months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally dis covered a way to recovery oy pur Â¬ chasing of us o bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was so much telieved on taking the first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been ab solutely cured Her name is Mrs Thus writes W O Luther Lutz Co of Shelby N O Humnhk Trial bottles free at J W Qaylos Drug Mtoro ueguiar size ouc anu 100 Every bottlo guaranteed Â¬ At tho recent meeting oi the Na Â¬ tional Association of the Daughters of tho American Revolution held in Washington City Mis Win Lind Â¬ say wlfo of 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