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The VOL XXII Letter From Cuba Frankfort Bouidaboijt A WEEKLY PAPERS DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS GEO A LEWIS Publishor TERMS 100 In Advance NO 25 FRANKFORT KY laugh when you see them again Do not forget what I said about mulling my letters with a two cent stamp 1 will now close with love and kisses to you all Good bye From your loving son SATURDAY MARCH 1 LH99 in We kJvo below another let tci from Private August Szymnnski Third Kentucky Volunteers in which lie relates his experience in thnt sunny clime since bis last letter Matanzas COija March 1 1S9 Dear leather and Mother I received your letter on the 27th of February anil was more than de Â¬ lighted to get it I am in tine health mid am as happy U9 can be and so are all of the Frankfort boys Wo are having some very warm weather at present but we all stand it very well and are doing the best we can How are all at home and what kind of weather are you all having at Frankfort to the city on last Monday the 20tlr of February to see the Cuban General Gomez It was a grand sight to bee the parade The parade was led off with the 12th N Y band and the 2d U S Cavalry a I went -- in it KA v A Matunzas Gomez and his stall General and his staff then came General Sanger and his staff then came the Cuban school children all dressed in red white and blue currying the American and Cuban Hags This looked very pretty Then came cit-Â¬ izens In carriages followed by the 1043 Eighth Massachusetts Regiment More IncVease of Wages Band and after this came a crowd of yelling Cuba Libre and Cubans Hurrah Americanos and Hurrah The wages of 3000 steel workers at Gomez It was a very fine parade Wheeling W Va and a like num went to the city three times last her at Belluir Ohio were raised 10 I week Dear Papa I can walk Span- - per cent on Saturday Tin workers ish very good but It will take some to the number of 1500 in the New time before I can talk it I am go- - castle district of Pennsylvania wero ing to try to get a forty eight hour given a like raise And still they nass in a few davs to iro to see the come great old city of Havana and then I ma Kind You Have Always Bought will write you all about it for I will Bears tho Signature take it all in of This morning there is a talk in camp that we have to go in the Ian MacLarn to Lecture mountulns to fight guerillas Well that suits mi I have longed to do some The celebrated author and lecturer fighting ever since I Joined thearmy Ian MacLaren Rev Dr John Wat Â¬ and what we will do to them will son will deliver his brilliant lecture be a plenty You dont need to look Readings from tho Annals of for a letter till we get back to Matun- Drumtochty in Music Hall CIn j zas I can not write a very long let- Â¬ ciunati Ohio on Thursday March ter this time but if God shall spare lGtli The lecture will be for the me you shall have lots of news in benefit of tho building fund of the my next letter I received all the Young Womens Christian Associa Â¬ papers you sent me and all the boys tion of Cincinnati This lecture will are glad to have news from homo bo a rare treat to all lovers of liter- Â¬ 1 have a beaut ilul machete given ature and wo hope that a number to me by a Cuban Lieutenunt I will may attend from this city bring it homo when I come He Fooled the Surgeons The second battalllon of the Third will arrive from Cardenas and will camp with us All doctors told Renlck Hamilton Do not put 5 cents postage on let i of West Jefferson O after suffering ters put 2 cent stamp on and write la months trom Rectal Iistula hu would dlo unless a costly operation on it Soldiers Mail and I will get was performed but ho cured himself letters all right with live boxes of IJucklens Arnica Keen little Richard and Mattlo Salve the surest Pile euro on Earth tho Salvo in out of the cold and mako and cents bestbox Sold the World 25 n by J W wrap themselves up Gayle Druggist the boys whnn tlipv mi mir rIMin uiiv rim vr u Arrested papers state it it must be the coldest woather Kentucky has had for some Deputy U S Marshal Con Mc time We had a little touch of cold weuther one morning Inst week it Carty nrrested Allen Dudley and was nearly cold enough for overcoats Edward Lewis both colored and Joseph Haga white In Versailles but it is very pleasant to day Tell ull the boys I am getting big on Monday hist charged with break Â¬ and fat and my face and neck are ing into the warehouse of Z T turning yellow as gold and am do- - Sellers at his distillery near Mortons Ing my duty with pleasure each day vlllc unci stealing whisky out of the Deputy McCarty to keep up with the rules of tho barrels theroln took his men to Lexington and army Well mother I had something for lodged thorn in Jail whoro they will supper last ulght that you and papa have an examining trial before U S would liked to have hud it was Commissioner S E Hill on Thurs sweet potatoes Just out of tho ground day next This warehouse has been robbed and roasting ears Just off of the stalk It was mighty fine I wont over in repeatedly in tho last few years and a valley and got them It is tho n very considerable amount of prettiest place I ever saw You can whisky taken get all kinds of vegetables and fruits La Grlppo Is again epidemic Ev- Â¬ for a small price I ato two pineap ery precaution should bo takon to Its spoclllo euro is Ono ples and made some orange ado out avoid It Mlnuto Cough Ouro A J Shepord of some oranges Publisher Agricultural Excuse bad writing for I just como Advortl8or Eldon Mo Journal and No says from duty but I hope you can make ono will be disappointed in using It out I am very tired Tho boys Ono Mlnuto Couch Ouro for La Grlppo all look liko Cubans tho nun is net1 For Ploasant to tnko quick to sale byTylor cVIIemphlll changing their color and you all will ana W MoKeo Hardlo of ln department UtHlUJIIIllUUL - Ul r PU VUUIUI JlHn lUYIlllNi IllU As the season of the year when pneumonia la grippe sore throat coughs coldn catarrh bronchitis and lung troubl s are to be guarded against nothing Is a fine Burnt tiiic will answer the purpose or is Just as good as One Minute August Bvmanski Cough Cuim This Is the one Infal lible remedy for all lung throat or Easter Dates bronchial troubles Insist vigorously upon having it if something else Hemphill An industrious collector of statis- Is offered you Tyler tics who has been investigating the and W McKee Hurdle subject has gathered some interesting For Sale facts regarding the variable times of this festival In 1833 and 1801 he As ngent for the Methodist Church says Easter fell on the unusually South of this city I will sell the early date of March 2o but in tlio PEWS now in said church They threo following centuries it will occur will be sold cheap Apply to 22 tf It Rooehs only eight times on that day nnmely in the year 1051 2035 2040 2057 2103 2114 2125 and 2108 If you have a couch throat irrita The earliest date on which it can tion weak lungs pain in the chest fall is March 22 and this only when difficult breathing croup or hoarseness the moon is full on 21 which must Cough let us suggest One Minute Cure Always reliable and a Saturday This combination safe Tyler be Hemphill and W of circumstances Is extremely rare It jMCitecHuruie occurred in 1390 17G1 and 1817 and A OiTrt iiiiiiiuiii mriiiii iiiiii if 2144 while during the three centuries following this last year it is not once destined to fall on so early u date Going to the other Easter never comes later than April 25 It is on record as happening on tills date in 1GG0 1731 and 188G and in the next century will reach it only once in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Earnest Church Worker Chronic Â¬ Dyspepsia Cured An elderly friend of the family was calling at the Clamhooper mansion Speaking to one of the daughters hu asked Well Miss Fannie what have you done for the good of the church during the penitential season Ive done moro than all the rest of the girls put together Why ivlinf luivn vnn flnnnU nil imfVjirwMuin J Havent you heard Why I have promised to marry the new rector nfter Easter N Y World Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat For Rent dence containing nine rooms kitchen and bathroom on Second street between Shelby and Main South Side Apply to That comfortable two story resi- Â¬ Â¬ ii 1 1 J STAGE BACON OASTOHIA f Horse Collars Hames Picks Saws Shovels Paint Brushes Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire B FTER suffering for nearly thirty years rrom dyspepsia Mrs n E Dugdale wlfoof a prominent business man o Warsaw N Y vrritis for 28 years I was a constant sufforer from dyspepsia and a weal stomach Tho lightest fixd produced distress causing uovcro pain nnd tho forma Â¬ tion of gas No matter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating X was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies withoutpermancnt help Two years ago I began taking Dr Miles Nerro and Liver Pllli and Nervlnu Within a week I commenced improving and per Â¬ sisting In tho treatment I was soon ablo to eat what I liked with no ovil effect I keep thorn at hand and a singlo doso dispelsany oiu symptoms Dr Miles Remedies 4 Dr are sold by all drug- m aaif mueva gists under a positive a m benefits or money re Restore funded Book on dis Health eases of the heart and serves free Address DB MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind guarantee first bottle Nervine ST AGO MASONIC TEMPLE BACON ANN STREET Thss hnwlsnme table Mahogany inlaid top und shelf Â¬ Â¬ IGLEHMIir L i R Rogers 2 50 Sons MATTERS TEaris- - H G m tiuijlir 334 MAIN STREliT v Clean free from slack at FRANKFORT K i 7c n jj bushel Per jmjra AnTrn tanning a sketch and description may qulcki - ilrtln onr ODtnlon frea wnethur an uTeniiun pruDDiyptentDie tloni strictly conn dentfal Handbook on IUnU lent free Oldeat agency for lecurtov patcnta Iatenta taken inrougn unnn s vo reeelva tptctat tutkt without charge In the 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE i I Almost as economical as lump For sale Iby Trade Marks dciiqns copvriqhts ac lllutrated weekly Tareet cir Â¬ culation of any aclentlflo Journal Termi 13 a year i four months L Bold by all newsdealers A handsomely Scientific American Branch Office 06 V St Washington D MUNNCo3BBrodwy New York C Â¬ 1ADUDLETBLAHT0N Head of Clinton Street - For RentStore Room Telephone 100 j I The lnre store room in Masonic Temple ono of the best in the city is offered for rent Apply to Cant B O Milrun or Uen T Farmer 4 tt mtresies fcifeilft JWlB1SraH Effitjw I liHil I yr I boon U S Storekeeper at E II Tny I Milks J K M Flopii tho bis Sons clfHtlllory lias neon patent Hour on earth lor jr Milih Whom Wheat Flouh Mr Guy Brlpgs linn returned from relieved and left for his homo at Lexington contains nil the nutritive elements or Now Orleans La Hill IliiUMf UllllllV Hon Sam II has returned tin itiltmif lwirlV Dr A II Stowart of Richmond from WashingtonStono whoro ho has HliLr iilono being elltninatetl if City waa horo this weok been in the interest of Mr Frank II properly cooked it makes a more Mr W P WIlllnniB of Irvino spent Johnson who desires appointment as palatable bread than white Hour Illtrhlv reeommentUd by medical Hank Examiner Sunday in this city for persons having Indoor Y J IIuRlies Is visiting rela Â¬ W B Johnson Mr wlfo and authorities Mrs 01 souentary ovment PERSONAL Everything THE NEWEST THE LATEST THE BESTI We have the goods that we can afford to talk about Â¬ tives at Montoroy Iiov M B Adams was a visitor in Louisville this week Mr Anthony J Sohobotth of Versailles was horo Monday Mr Robert Bnrfrmnn of Irvine was n visitor hore this weok Mr W F Worrall of Danville was a visitor horo this week Rev T P Taliaferro and wlfo have returned from Winchester Mr Leo Nowhoff of Versailles was a visitor hore on Wednesday Mr John E Miles returned Wednes day night from Norfolk Va Misses Christine Bradley and Mary Gray havo returned from Danvillo Hon Geo W Long returned Saturday night from a trip to LeitohQeld Mr Wm Cromwell made a busi ness trip to Henry county this week Mr Frank H Johnson returned from Washington City Wednesday Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ night daughter of Mt Sterling who were called hero by the illness and death of his brother Mr Alex Johnson have returned homo Mr John Will Johnson was summoned hero from Oamdon S 0 whoro ho 1h running a distillery for the owners owing to tho illness nud death of his son Mr Alex Johnson Mrs 0 E Collhan wlfo of Lieut 0 E Collhan U S Navy is visiting her mother Mrs E Hensley and will remain until her husband returns from a cruise on the U S S Onlcago Mr Jos Florlan sr of PeakB Mill was In town Monday on his usual monthly visit and renewed his sub- scriptiou to our paper which holms never failed to do at this timo in overy year for many years Dr O B Domareo of Benson has gone to New York City to complete a special course of lectures in diseases of children ear nose and throat and will return to Frankfoit some time durlntr the summer to nractico his specialties Â¬ enin Milks Uuauam Fioun the very finest nudity ol Orahani Hour ever put on thU muiket Not a mixture and miuits of bran and low grade Hour but the whole product of the best wheat thoroughly cleaned and ground by an improved process it perfect Milks Okumolika breakfast food Made of wheat Con taining nil the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus- Â¬ taining life and building up the tis sues ol the body Superior to oatmeal Â¬ Actually a McNamara has been convicted iu Lexington nt last Esq Jady W J McNamtrn was tried on Wednesday for shooting a man by the name of Knickerbocker To the astonishment of ever body tho 19 tf Jury returned a verdict of guilty and sent him up for three years This Thanks man had killed one man and shot sevearl others before and ho is a The Circle of the Klnss Daughters magistrate of tho first city In tho wishes to extend thanks to Mr O blue grass F Berry for his kindness in giving the room in which the Martha Wash Â¬ Will Be Mustered Out ington Tea wus given to the Gas Co for tho loan of fixtures stove and xne oruer nas oeen issueu ior ine Third Kentucky Volunteers to return gas to Mrs Kate Welch Johnson to tho UnitedStates to be mustered Hoge Postal Telegraph Co Weltzel Sons Geo ODonnell Rogers out of the service Wo mav there fore look for our boy3 home in ubout Stehlin und Williams Drug Co for uo rippwo w Kindness snown nnu neip given a month or six weeks Also to the people of Frankfortjwho Mrs Otis Ashhurst of Georgetown uisinci convention was the guest of her father Mr John havj regponde1 so Kenerou3ly at all N Marshall this week u d fof the jospltuh t t The Democratic Convention for tho Hon Vincent Borolng Congress Glorious News man from the Eleventh District was Third Riilroad Commissioners Dis- in tho city this weok trlct will meet at Winchester on Hon J D White of Clay county Wednesday April 20 The conven Comes from Dr D B Cargllp of was hero this week the guest of his VentIon will nominate a candidate to Washita I T H writes Four eister xurs u j jxorwoou nils run luminal- Mr Tnhn U Wnrul the OOU1CS OI JMVCiriU Ulliurawnlch cured had Mr L B Weisonburgh jr and present Republican Commissioner Mr8 Brower of 8cromla caused her great suffering for years sister Miss Freddie are visiting rela- who is a candidate for re election Terrible sores would break out on tives in Jeffersonville Ind face and tho best doctors i head and smaii nre Hon Thos Y Fitzpatrlck Concoud giye n h1p but her cunj lg gressman from tho 10th District complete and her health Is excel arrived here Wednesday night About 12 oclock on Wednesday lent This shows what thousands Mrs O Fucazzi has returned from night a small frame cottage the have proved that Electric Bitters Nicholasville whete she was called propprty rr Tvr t a rnnma is me uesi uwou uunuer luiuwu by the Illness and death of a relative Its tho supremo remedy for eczema the West Side near tho round house tetter salt rheum ulcers bolls and Mrs P H Clarke and daughter Miss Margaret of St Louis Mo were was discovered to bo on fire and was running sores It stimulates liver klndeys and bowels expels poisons guests of Mrs Pat McDonald sr this consumed up helps weok It seems that a man by the name strength digestion 50 builds Sold the by cents Only Mrs Phil Winn and daughter of of Wilson an employe of the rail J V7 Gayle Druggist Guaranteed Winchester who have been visiting road company had rented the liouio Mrs John W Rodman have returned and had his furniture stored there home W ABfcLmAS there that day The man left on tho Mr 0 Fugazzi has removed his O truin that night family from their Third street homo C NERVOUS WEAK to tho house of Mrs Heffner on It looks like n case of robbery and Broadway IncendiarNm to coyer it up Mrs Ghas 0 Lewis and daughter DISEASED MEN Engine For Sale Miss Cecio of Stamping Ground loft new home at Owonsboro on for their NO CURE NO PAY Monday A four and n half horse power en gine Ubes either gasoline or gas and ri THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT Mr Robert Moyers of Louisville IlOji- K has been newly overhauled and k who hns been visiting friends here Mn nerlect runninir order Will put Hnrlrrhnl ultl 1H any form of Will or Wood lively euro toroier be for n week or so returned home on lliu reuU of 30 bexual dli cato sold ut a bargain Apply nt this Tt years cxperienco It ismo ircuiini ui m Monday in 28 tf i there diieaecs office Mrs Goo E Guranator of Richis visiting her Virginia WE CURE SYPHILIS Tn llin lllatnitfll rif lnl Mfin mond xs vw y iwintvuii iiihiv parents Mr E Meyer and wife on day there appeared uj ilottor from tui torribio Wood ioion tho terror Ann street of mankind jloldi readily to our NL liMinlInrt U v airrnmi Sum t - k IlllATXIlIvr ltewura nf Mercury Mr Wm T Hall or MUlvllle was d Iotiifli etc llieyniiiyriilnyourrjitem M lf0uWotorciin tho moutUor tongue WlllCU Contained SQriOUS in tho city on Monday and called on VlllO infiin In ilia Inlnt sore throat hair or r r rx us to renew his subscription to the c inurses airainsi ur i iimnkorbioichcH Muuon- - k ItOUNDAIiOUT tonmcli nlil of Frankfort Tho editor of P nchef tieilcranremciittlioeuro eyes head- r Fcconuary iibko jou lmo W J Seitz U S Storekeeper the Dispatch had no knowledge tho MnJ Wo wliclt of tills lllooil 1oUon mod obnllnato caicis and clnllonKo tho at the Hormitngo Distillery went to woild fornnifono accept for trtatment Liberty last night of the existence of the letter or hishomaln West and cannot cure lly our treatment tho to visit his family iilcors heal tho Imlr growB again lalnj tho character of its contonts undUaiiiienr tlioililn liccouien healthy and Mrs Susie II Fogg and son til it uppcured in print and if luarrUgo ia lOitiblo and talc Richard of Lexington who havo ho had seen the copy would rJllRFSaARANTFFn been guecas of Mrs Jno E Miles have proven ted its publication havo returned homo Thoufandiof youn and nilddlcBKcd ff men ha o t Heir vwor nnu iiauiy rapiitii Misses Hattie and Emma Scott were The publication is one of those liy early nburos later eiceie jneiitul ony etc No matter tho canro our clven a social at tho homo of Misses accidents which sometimes hap- New Method Treatment Id tho uluito Sue and Salllo May Anderson in pen in all newspaper olliccs and Georgetown last weok wo regret that it crept into our HWECUREIMPOTENCY ij Mrs Russell Sneed has returned Ami rcntoro nil r irts to n normal conui- Wo desire to with- from St Louis Mo and will spend columns tlon Ambition llfo aud eneruy uro re newed und ono fteli lilmnclf n mail summer hore the guosc of her draw and disavow all parts of tho amoiiinnen Eery cao U treated indi- mother Mrs Virginia Duvall ihifiiu nn n rrvul hfnennur wonder tho letter rollectinu on Mr Mc No matter what nil sou ful BiiLLOi Judge Tra Julian Messrs Jno W Donald and to apologizo to him m uv Ait consult Hi rwnimuHmnii Rodinun Frank Ohlnn Jas II Pols nlh bank bondi to ttuarantio tonccom- - C for its publication The Dis Â¬ h grovo and W II Julian returned lilltlnvhatwo claim Saturday from Washington City patch had no knowledge of any CURED Mr Jas II Drydon of this office wrongdoing on tho part of Mr Wo treat and enrol EMISSIONS went to Louisvlllo Wednesday and McDonald und no desire to do AmcociEi syiHiLiH olkm Sho hud boon him or any one olso an injustice brought his wife home TkAINSNATlYKXiVlfBVH1 in tho infirmary for a weok or bo ES KIDNEY niul and wo cheerfully make this ONblETAllON IllEK JlOUKr r Mr Jno W Johnson who was withdrawal und apology 1IIEE If unulilo In call wiito f Lou 1IOM11 callod homo by tho death of his son fur JlEsTION ULANK TllEATMKNT Mr Alox Johnson has returned to Dispatch of to day Carndon S 0 whoro he is in busi House for Rent ness MissosAbble and Emma Thomas of Philadelphia Penn wlio Havo Containing five rooms besides 122 W beon tho guests of Mrs 1 N kitchen and bath room on Main CINCINNATI O Orutohor West Sldo left for home on ritreel For information apply to Dr Thursday G W Chlnu 2011 Main street lil tf Col Charlton II Morgan who has j I Adams and son Mar shall aro visiting relatives in Mason county Miss Mary Page has returned from a visit to Miss Annie Herndon in the county Rev E F Wricht of Woodlake trial fni In fnn ntV Wfllnnolnv TOrta evening Mr Sharon Fleming County Clerk of Scott county was in the city on Monday MrsL Labrot and daughter Miss Irmo have gone to New Orleans La to make a visit Miss Jane Lyne of Lexington who has been tho guest of Miss Hazelrigg nas returned noma MinoQ Mnnio nn TTiiin Tiirnrm have returned from a visit of several weeks at Falmouth Mr R G Hill of Owonsboro was in attendance upon the Court of Mrs M B Â¬ Hows This or the very best Kentucky wiieat carefully selected and thoroughly cleaned All the woody outer coat- ing of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an Improved pro- cess It Is easily prepured for break- crushing Jltnsand tender and processto manes easy cook l soft Very much superior to ont meal or cracked wheat Milks Fauina the most delicate preparation Well from Wheat ndapted for use in the slclc room or for young children as well as making delicious food for well people These products are all made of choice Kentucky Wheat which has the finest flavor Known Superior to Northern Spring Wheat or White Wheat All manufactured by SON MILES Merchant Millers Frankfort Ivy Milks UukakkastFlakkiihuIo SILKS A pretty selection of wash silks in stripes and checks good quality for 50c per yd Taffeta silk extra fine quality in all shades usually sold at 100 only 85c per yd A beautiful line of striped Taffeta silks 125 quality rJp m only 100 per yd Satin a splendid quality in all leading shades only 50c per yard Satin Duchesse extra quality only 100 per yd Â¬ - Woolen Dress Goods We can surprise you in this line Our Black Crepons are beauties Some special values at 50c 100 and 150 per yard Covert Cloths in all the newest shades from 15c to 100 per yard Black Lustre and Sicilian Cloths 25c to 100 per yard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V m l I Â¬ rd3smm i I PIQUES per yd Fancy striped pique 10c to 25c per yd and they are beauties It will be to your interest to buy these goods now before they are picked over A grand line of white goods embroideries and laces Our low prices will astonish you Ladies Collars Our line contains every thing that is new and stylish See our fancy striped collars Our prices are 10c and 15c each We can save you money on Lace curtains Â¬ In solid white 10c to 35c fc Â¬ r- I i I Â¬ lai infiirinii Â¬ Â¬ 5 I i i 250000 a Â¬ riw Kennedys Kergan Fourth St A hnndsomoline of roady mado shirtwaists at 50c and Also a prutty assortment of roady mado under Â¬ 75o onch skirts in solid block and fancy stripes for 100 to 175 oaoh Call and soo our goods w C KAGIN No 41 St Clair Street BRO ut tho Bridgo GkKKC j i JPsn a w j w 1 i 1 I i- city oti Saturday evening Mrs Matthews ugrd nboit JO Johnson U the homo of Ills par consumption ents on Fourth avenue on Saturday LUHCKKti At his homo In tills afternoon Mr Alexander Johnson city on Tuesday morning Mr son of Mr John W Johnson and ao years wife aged 12i yearn of consumption Julius Luscher aged about were held on The funeral services Mr Johnson way a bright and J oclock companionable young man who had Wednesday afternoon at Ruv Dr J McC Hbiyney oHlelat- a legion of frlenils In this elty He had served very acceptably as As inir The Odd Fellovs Kttights of S 11 Pythias and German Benevolent Hlshuit Postmaster under IIolmes until some seven or eight Society attended the funeral andj at the grivei months ago when III health forced conducted the services In our cemetery according to tho him to resign and seek a restoration ritual by going to Colorado too WtMiAMH At her husbands resRut thoeeus of disease were deeply planted lie remained In idence in this city on yesterday Denver until about ten days ago morning Mrs Margaret Williams wife ot Mr Henry R Williams when he was brought home to die Quietly calmly and without tear aired about 75 years Mrs Williams he awalted the dread messenger wns a faithful member of the Moth- Juit before the end came he called omisc uiiuren ami men in mo iri- his parents brothers and sisters to umphs of faith Home time since she his bed Ide bade them farewell and was paralyzed and had suffered great- invoked Oods blessing upon them ly at times The funeral will take place this one and all and then gently fell on afternoon at 2 id from the residence sleep Ojiimes In this county at A number of yeirs ago he united with the First Huptlst uhurcii of this oclock Monday morning Mr San city under the ministry of Rev V ford Grimes aged about 30 years C Taylor 1 D and was a consis He was burled that afternoon at 3 tent and earne t Christian from that oclock He leaves a wife and two children to mourn his death time Mr Johnson was a member of IjUtkhmeikr at iier home on Hiram Lodge No 4 A Y M High View on Wednesday night Tho funeral took place o i Monday Mrs KatoS Lutkemeler aged obout afternoon at 2 oclock from the Htp 2t years of consumption tist Chiireh services being conducted Mrs Lutklmeier was a worthy and by llev M 11 Adams his pastor amiable lady She leaves one little Tho Masonic Iraternlty attended child and her liuslmndto mourn her tho Amend and afterwards conducted untimely death Sho was a member the solemn burial services of tho of the Catholic Church and the Vordi r at the grave in our cemetery funeral took plnce from the Church wlierj the remains were tenderly of the Good Shepherd yesterday the laid to rest remains being deposited in our cem Â¬ To the heartbroken father mother etery sister and brothers of our dead friend and brother we extend the sym Monfout At tho home of lujr daughter Mrs Thomas II King at pathy of this whole community Lagrange Sunday March 5th Richik At his homo on North Laura Montfort aged 42 years Mrs She Wilkinson street this city on Wed nesday Mr Willis Richie aged had been a member of the Episcopal Church in this city for years about 65 years She has gone home to enter upon A sad part of this death was tho his wife was lying in another that state of perfect bliss promised to fact that the servants and followers of that room sick unto death God in whoso commandments it was At his homo near her delight to walk while on earth Hawkins Polsgroves landing this county on No one leaves a larger circle of de- Â¬ The voted friends to mourn her loss but Tuesday Mr W II Hawkins funeral took place on Thursday and to her to die is gain the remains were interred in our Since through the shadowy vale sho cemetery went The gloomy grave is sanctified Matthkws At her home in this And the death rivers turbid tide Is with celestial light bespent Â¬ DEATHS ym Pen Rldgc WirS N ir 0 en ran Â¬ nci CU KJ rT T I una ca rci rc za UJ cu au j C Wheat canto through the freeze better than wns expected Mr Will Matheny has moved from Benson Depot to his farm here Mr John Woods lias moved from tho Iferndon place to Col Hugos farm near Swltzer Mr Ben VIIon lias moved from the Stoops farm to the placo Just vacated by Mr John Woods Mr Will Tracy Jr lias moved from tho Will Plerco farm to String town Shelby county Mr Wheeler has boturht the Will Pierce place and moved in Mr John Woods sold his tobacco last week at an average of seven eenjs Send your name on a postal card nnd receive by mall a sample dish So ran tho ad and a young free lady answered nnd received us sample of a dish two small pieces of broken crockery in a paper box and instruc tions to canvas for an Augusta Maine paper By mail is all right but It dont do to receive anything tree from these gentry by freight or express Â¬ there where oh where will lie go then Tho greatest mystery of this placo Is what Mr Manly Clilsm and Mr Less Phillips are mad at for they aro seldom seen at Mr Nick Allisons but three nights out of every week Madam Rumor says there is going to be a wedding soon The Professor of Lebanon RIdgo has gone back to his old trade smil- Â¬ ing at tho stilus Mr Willie Chlsm and MIssMlnnlo Wade ure seen together quite often Wonder if that wont be a wedding Mrs Mattic Allison and Mrs Rose Shackelford were tho guests of Hon Willis Rodgers on Friday last If any body wants n saw sharpened Just call on Mr Clarley Warren us lie is a good hand Hurrah for tho dear old Round- A JUT SWEETEST or SWEET E To tho tobacco Wo would liko to have tho contract of covering ns many beds ns possible This season we bought Goose Creek raisers 15000 Â¬ Â¬ Yards Canvas Before tho advnnco in cotton nnd are prepared to make some very low prices When you get ready call on us tleman of this community has lost ins mustache A great reward is oflered to the tinder is being A great improvement Mr v II iniuie on uoose urceK Allison is having a new kitchen put up fv ij jJjtTMCVaTjijtti Kt li liri Mr Lee Green is seen going over F to Mr G W Pulliams Wonder what is so attractive over there Mr Bob Kendull bought from Mr Joe Allison a flue sorrel horse I have in my now Spring and Summer Goods and am prepared to mako The young doctor of this place says nil grades of clothing for gentlemen he bus won the love of all tho jjirls Hich and low priced units on Goose Creek and is now going to V BERUERIOH ury muge wncn no wins nil up Mar 11 lm C Plenty of mud at present Mr Jim Lee a well known gen IMHaiHEMHIcC Â¬ fjiiliHflly 3 sj Â¬ TyryTyTyyil5yvyyyyqvyywvyyyr WHAT HAVE WE HEREWell I Declare 1 A THREAD CUTTING THIMBL E OUR FREE GIFT TO SUBSCRIBERS frftjrttttt rtnn Nbv cc Weitzel i Kffi r lrt rruiil IWrrrrrrtt rrrfA fiift rrrrr c c 1iui gtwiafdfim KAVCJ al i MATRIMONIAL Danger Signals weather Does your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your chest Dont you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption Itself If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases Dont wah to try SCOTTS EMULSION Do you every change In the take cold with idence ot the brides parents in Shelby county on Wednesday Mr Thos R Wilkerson of this county and Miss Beulah Jenkins were mar Â¬ ried by Rev E F Wright pastor of Providence Baptist Church Wood lake Mr Wilkerson is an industrious and popular young farmer while his bride is a handsome and winning young woman Hearty congratulations are ex- Â¬ tended The happy young couple came to their home at the Forks of Eikhorn that evening BIRTHS Wilkeuson Jenkins At the res Â¬ j ODonnell Accidentally Drowned Mr James N Gordon jr wns acci dentally drowned in Stoney Creek where the pike crosses near Plarvie- land on Saturday night It seems that he and u companion named Frank Broughton reached the creek on their way home when thoy found it greatly swollen by the heavy rains For some reason they both mounted the same horse and entered the stream The swift water was too strong for tho horse and swept him off of his feet throwing both men into the water Mr Gordon sank at once and his body was washed ashore about a mile below where it wus found lodged Mr Broughton was carried with tho current fond Anally reached the shore completely exhausted The horses both saved themselves by swimming out Coroner Meagher was notified an inquest was held on Sunday last and a verdict rendered in accordance with these facts The funeral sorvices were held on Monday and the body buried in the neighboring burying ground Mr Broughton who was lucky euough to escape had been granted licenso to marry on Saturday morn- Â¬ ing and Mr Gordon was to have been his best man Not So Bacon In this city on Saturday to Mr Hurry Bacon and wife a daughter Bkawneii In this city to Mr Jno C Brawner nnd wife a daughter Pryob In this city to Mr Chas Pryor and wife a son John W Is perfectly safe for children let us recommond One Minute Cough Cure ic There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the systea Prevention Is easy sort as a last re- Â¬ For a quick remedy and one that A PATENTED Tho Dentists Enemy Emulsion 3 1 r Scotts Hurdle Tyler Hemphill and W McKee I Revenue Collections consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood SCOTTS EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for Inflamed throats and lungs for colds bronchitis and con- Â¬ sumption It Is a food medi- Â¬ cine of remarkable power A food because It nourishes the body and a medicine be Â¬ cause It corrects diseased conditions 5oc nd prevents Deputy collected month of barrels 6809297 Collector Jacob Swlgert revenuelltaxes durinir tho February as follows 1864 01002 7 10 tax gallons amount of tax Convention Just tho ntiolo evory woinnn hns nlwuys wanted No moro hunting for tho scissors or ruining your teeth by ohowing off thrend After cutting thread with scissors you Htrngglo It through your teeth so you o an thread through tho needle Our thimble frays tho end ready to twist to n point You will catch tho knack of snapping off the thread in a few moments practice then you will wonder how you over got nlong without it or did not invent it your- Â¬ self bo a constant reader of tho Roundabout to this ond in viow wo havo scoured at considerable ex ponso theso thread cutting thimbles for our readers Thoy tiro beautiful Storting Silver good woight You all know tho valuo of tho ordinary Ster Â¬ ling Silver thimble sells In tho stores from 60 to CO centsj ours with tho Iflltuub uuvvur DU1IB OUR UNIQUE PREMIUM Itisourdosirothatoverybody in this section should Tired After All State Democratic SCOTT A IIOWNR ioo ill druggtsti rhmlt vb twin The State Democratic Convention to nominate a full ticket for State oiliccrs has been called to meet in Louisville on Wednesday June 21st The vacancy In tho State Committee caused by the resignation of Hon Win Goebel was filled by the election of Mr Olllo Jumes ol Crit- Â¬ tenden county ho of tho leather Twonty socond U S Rogular lungs fantry now Jn Manila Â¬ Wo heard n great deal at the time the Second Kentucky Regiment was being mustered out of the service about the boys having hud hard ships enough and that they were thoroughly tired out with soldier life Now comes tho fact that moro than 200 members of that regiment huvo ro enllsted in tho regular army and havo beon assigned to tho Â¬ lib fU UCIllS Our Unparalleled Offer The Houndaiioux for ono year and tho Sterling Thread Gutting Thlmblo will bo sent you from now until January 1 1000 for 100 You ca n purchaso the thlmblo oven If you nro not a subBoribcr by sending us 7fio To all sub Â¬ scribers who nro already paid up in advance who wish to take advantage of this premium wo will show our appreciation by sending you tho thlmblo on recoipt of 26 cents ltEMEMDER Bo suro to send sizo of thimblo you wear Tho best is nono too good for our readers In- Â¬ i gtitltiAiHiilillAlhAlilAifcA ROUNDABOUT AAjrzxtTra - 1 Lviu ragm Mskl kw V JWVwTWTwT nnranTM iff if iniri 4 Tlie FranKfon RounflaDout Entered nt thn nintofllce nt Krnnkfort Kentucky ns neconri cliss mnlliiulo mutter been Hindi und the tmmo BiMit to tlio mill Semite it was Immediately g-- zs-c GZZ3iZ3iXLV ZZ 338 Admiral ftewcy Refused Admission T GEO A LEWIS Editor and Pub FRANKFORT MAHCH 1118 HURRAH FOR OLD KENTUCKY unanimously continued Col Kvnns received nn ovation when ho appeared In tuo House of Representatives tlie members of all parties heartily congratulating him upon his elevation Judge Evans has qualified and as IN sumed the duties of his high office Â¬ 1 1 Another Cold Snap On Monday morning the weather which had been blustry and raw all day Sunday commenced to turn cold accompanied nttimis by lluirles Directly after the bill to revive the grade of Admiral In the Navy had pissed Congress President MelClnley sent in the name of Hear Admiral George Dewey for tho place The Senate continued the nomination unanimously and tlie coiiimMoii was made out sinned by the Presi dent mid forwarded to this grand old man Still Better Â¬ Frankforts inMa n - a wuuimuuurt 1 Honored Own Son Comes to His tLu juiiii lliauJu wriiiuiiucii l4an uaisuiij MFC Promoted In sending in the names of the eighteen ollleera wlio have been pro moted to Rear Admiral in the Navy the President has Included that of our townsman and boyhood friend John Crittenden Watson It was a graceful act of Justice to a brave true hearted gentle and ear nest Christian man John Watfon never knew what iear was and yet he is as gentle nnd tender as u woman in all his feelings and conduct The scion of a noble stock none of Jts sons ever sdied a brighter luster or more of genuine honor upon the Â¬ Monday night it grow of snow colder rapidly accompanied by a high northwest wind JJy Tuesday morning the thermoimter was show ing pretty low down in the tube re- minding one of tlie weather some two weeks ago The mercury went as low as 1 above 7ero Â¬ MA Wo linvo The 20000 and more mill workers la Lowell Mass have been notified by the mill owners that there will be an increase of wanes to take effect April i This wjll restore the wages formerly paid before the panic if 1890 A convict sent up for life from Covington was denied admission to tlie Penitentiary on Friday on ac count of the prevalence of small pox at Covington and tlie suspicion that the man himself on Fov had beoif exposed to the dread disease The sheriff at once returned home witli Ills man Tills Is as it should be If one should be taken there with the dis ease in his blood it might produce a terrible state of affairs Â¬ Â¬ tigaitori et lit ho- llDlll OASTORIA jfvX ti n ww Queen Crcscont Low Rates Millions Given Away tho correct It is certainly gratifying to tho public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to tho needy and suHering Tlie 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 has absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Jlronchitis IIoarsenoss and all dis Â¬ eases of the throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on J W Gayle Druggist and get a trial name bottle Regular size 50c nnd 1 Frankfort and old Kentucky is Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded proud of her son Â¬ Â¬ styles t in Tailor Made Dresses and Skirts If wo can not fit you we will have you one made to order Beautiful suits from 1000 up The new Flaire Skirts from 200 up DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Our line was never larger have all tho new weaves and colors the new Blues Grroys and Castor See shades are lovely our lino of Covert Suiting in wool at 30c and 50c Can show you 40 different shades in Taffeta Silks from 50c to 90c yard We Annual conveiitlonNational Amer Â¬ Womans Suffrage Association Grand Rapids Mich April 27 to Victims to stomncli liver and May 5 18 National Society Sons of the Amer Â¬ kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the result in lois of ican Revolution Detroit Mich May appetite poisons in the blood back 1 185 American Library Association Con- Â¬ ache nervousness headache and tired listless run down feeling Dut vention Atlanta Ga May 8 20 1899 Annual Encampment G A R of theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Tennessee Rock wood Tenn May From points in Ten Â¬ Ind He says Electric Bitters are 1011180 just the thing for a man when lie is nessee nil run down and dont care whether lie lives or dle It did more to give Kodol Dyspepsia Cure me new strength and good apnetite Digests what you cat than anything I could take I can now eat anything and haven new lease on life Only fit cents at J W Gayles Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed Brave Alen Fall ican Â¬ Vs II m lil I Tie Henderson Ron te BETWEEN Mrs Pepper Dead Jt Ought to Have Two Districts Change of Date The fact is well known that owing to the immense amount of work on the dockets of the U S Courts for this State Judge Darr had about worked himself down thus occasion ing his retirement earlier than he desired This being the case it is the part of wisdom and economy to agitate for the division of the State into two districts Ohio which has never had as much business in her US Courts as Kentucky has two districts Tennessee that has no more business than Kentucky has three districts Alabama and Mississippi have two districts Â¬ Â¬ Owing to the fact that other en- Â¬ gagements will prevent his reaching here to day as originally announced by us last Saturday Dr Goldstein will not bo at the Capital Hotel to day However he will be here next Saturday March I8th and will be pleased to see his old patrons and ns many new ones as may need his ser- Â¬ vices in adjusting glasses to their eyes We received a letter from him asking us to announce this change in date but too late for our last paper Â¬ Mrs Nannie Pepper widow of tho Into Oscar Pepper lied nt her home Louisville Evansville St Louis H In Lexington on Sunday She was AND ALL POINTS the mother of Col Jas E Pepper WEST NOKTHWEST SOUTHWEST the distiller of Lexington gestion flatulence or palpitation of the heart Try the American Dys pepsia Tablet of Louisville manu- Â¬ facture Â¬ to Do you suffer with dyspepsia indi Â¬ dally trains highEvansville- without buck conches and change with - Tho only lino running three double The direct line to St running two double daily trainB with high back sent coaches and Fullmnn Bloopers through without Louis parlor car Outage Bill Passed Â¬ and so on Now why Kentucky should not be stvle and color We are W similarly favored we cannot see A making extra efforts this bill looking to a division of tho State was introduced by Senators Lindsay spring to please our paand Deboe more than a year ago trons in styles quality and and met with great favor and would Chamberlains Lough Remedy prices So please coll and no doubt have been passed had not see us the overshadowing matters connected especially This remedy is with the war arisen to distract at- Â¬ for coughs colds intended whooping croup tention cough and influenza It lias become Now is the time to set in motion famous for its cures of theu dspaes part the renewal of the agitation looking over a large most of the civilized flattering testito that end The bill should be care- world The been received giving monials have fully drawn so as to meet with as accounts of ils good works of the little antagonism as possible and aggravating and persistent coughs it ol severe colds then press It to a successful passage has cured promptly to its that have soothing Tlie President sees tlie necessity yielded and of the dangerous attacks effects for the measure and It will meet with of croup It has cured often saving his hearty approval und function tho life of the child Tho extensive whooping cough has and so likewise will it be received by use of It for robs nil that shown that it Agents for tho Attorney Generals department dangerous consequencesdisease of Jtls espe When it comes to the selection of a cially prized uy intiiiii in nil uiuii j Standard Patterns judge for the district this section of children as it never fails to effect a jTSiU1 SSSitJhSltYnr7iiiL tho Slate has judicial timber of the speedy cure and because they have i2 found that there Is not the least highest orders Among them may danger in giving it even to babies Terrible Hail Storm bo mentioned Judge II Holt as it contains nothing injurious Gen Dm W LlmNcy Hon A M Sold by J W Gayle On Friday evening Lexington nnd Cochran Col John W Yerkes Fridays Hail Storm vicinity were visited by the worst and a score of others Any one of hail storm ever experienced Tho these would meet the full require a m- news irom iousvuie uamK KrUnd w8 C0VHred to tho depth of ments for tho position and the Presjiui- ident would make no mistake in ap ion versames aiiziiuihiiuiwii points b0Veml inehca with hall varying in bourville Paris and other sizofrom a IPtt to thnt f n hen epg pointing any of them But this show a most distressing state of af- - Great damago was dono to skylights is anticipating fairs eaued by the hail storm of Everything in iinusef Friday The hail fell to the depth thllt Ue tmt wa8 at 0XMeU wn8 Col Evans U S District Judc oi unco or jour iiicues ituu inusiouua unjaslud very large The amount of On Saturday last President Mc were damage inflicted was very heavy Klnley appointed Col Walter Evans curnchs Cannot Bo Cired j to of Louisville to be U S Dlstiict especially Ac florists and those having skylights By local applications ns they cannot Judge for the Kentucky District vice The hall in this city was light and reaoh the dlsoasod portion of the ear Judge J W Harr retired no damage was done There is only one way to euro deaf Col Evans will worthily fill the ness and that is by constitutional Rear Admirals Schley and Sampson place so admirably occupied by Judge remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous JJirr Ho is an able and scholarly When of man level headed and cool mi names of ciiiulii Rear Ad- - liningUjbothoigEustachian Tube Jmvo a nflftnod you tMa our Navy were sent to tho rumbling sound orimperfect hearing While wo favored tho appointment mlraisof of either Gen Dm W LimNey or Semite by the President on Friday and when it is ontlroly closed deafresidt and the inJudge W H Holt of this city on Tlie order in which they come gives neHs is thecan bo taken unlessand this out llamation Schley two numbers the advantage tubo rostorod to its normal condition account of their well known lltne s for the position we heartily com of Sampson and secures his position hearing will bo destroyed forovorj mend tlie appointment of Col Evans us ranking olllcer as it was before nliio cases out of ton aro caused by Every one who knows him realizes the K mmblo was on for tho prece- - JiXS tho fact that ho Is a yeutleumn in donee At last Justice lias been done faco Wo willglvo Ono Hunurou Dollars every sense of tho word and ouo who nnd ti noblo man gets his due for any case of deafness eausod by will eaiefully weigh overy case that catarrh thnt cannot bo cured by For Sale comes before him in the light of tho Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars froo law and will not bo swayed by pre boys bicycle in good order for A J F OIIEENEY CO Toledo O judice or popular clamor sale cheap Apply at this olllco cerSold by Druggists 7Cc 27 tl As soon as the appointment hnd Halls Family Pills aro tho host Â¬ I which Tlie Evans Outage Bill is of such incalculable advantage to the Kentucky distillers passed both houses of Congress on Friday und was approved by the President It looks like the tide had turned in favor of this interest after long and anxious waiting WASH GOODS In overy conceivable J Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life was saved after all physicians had failed only by using one minute Cough Cure Tyler Hemphill and W McKee Hardie Before the discovery of One Min- Â¬ ute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing con Â¬ gregations No excuse for it now Tyler Hemphill and W McKee Hardie N change Tickets on sale nt L s office this city For information to rates route Hieeping car berths N etc call on A V Illte agent L R R or address B L BRYANT T P Ai H C MonnuE Asst G P A Bean tho OASTOllIA The Kind You naro Aiway i Bought Utf Grip shatters the nerves Dr Miles Restorative Nervine builds them up again Weilzel Â¬ greatest remedy Incipient Consumption Cures at once Coughs Colds Hoarseness Loss of Voice Bronchitis Grippe Asthma and Croup At all druggists The Dr Bulls wOUkiI Slfll t J 25c WM CROMWELL Attorney at Law Frankfort Kentucky Will practice Intbi Also Real Estate Agent Courts of Franklin anil inn lulloliilng counties and w 111 also give special attention to the pur Â¬ chase nnd silt of reile taie collection ot rents claims and tbenexotlatlon of loans Â¬ ODonnell DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AHE1U0AN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Burn and Constipation L W llA Read the following reasons for using i American Dyspepsia Tablets J Â¬ - Â¬ All other remedies clniming to curu Indigerition unci dyspepsia contain PEPSIN supplied to a weak or even hoolthy in one of its formo und its loni ha PEPSIN stomaoh iu the phape of inedicinu nature will ceme to mnko it nnd the OYSPEPSIO DOSE and of course never bo cured of his will not be able to do without his trouble A Htomach that will promptly digest food must mnko its own PEPSIN und not rely upon medicine for this moat important ngent Â¬ American Dyspepsia Tablets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents but nro composed of four old mid well known vegetable remedies which in combi Â¬ nation will soon elleot n cure by reitorini the etomach t its normal condition W furnish no bonk nn tho no ALMANAC STOaiACII nnd its DISEASES no prize for the LARGEST number of wrappers but will Bend n trirjl box to any address free of cost AMEHICAN DYSPEPSIA TAULETS are pnt np in BOo pnckaROf nnd nro to be hnd nt J W Gnylos nud W II AveriUV pr by Addressing THE m AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO - LOUISVILLE KY i i JACOB SWIGERT to CO Inanjira rice 101 AND lOS ANN STREET Basement of tlio Capital Hotel i i il Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Jl faAn iifm iii i IT v-WlfftM jjSSliii iWWI A Coal Cook Stove for 5 nncl I My lino of Rungos Cook and Hunting Stoves is tlio lnrgcst cheapest in ho city Tin Iron and Slato Itootimc Guttering and Repair work of all kinds nolioited Work When in need done promptly and satisfaction guurnntootl ot anything in China or uliisswtire a good lamp or any article usually kept in a first class China Store call mdj see tny stock w No trouble to show goods Polite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call J it u it Yes Well Jlmmlc Got His Raise O is 3r JBi Spring Millinery TCJ C UK SBSSSSSSSSSt XL- - IE2 to have my pay raNed amioiincLd the Chirk street hutcherH boy in a gentle but decided tune Its got to be raised The butcher smiled induluently Well Jinimle of and replied course Im always willin to do the right thing hut times la this btw- inev was better onco an1 my shop is small Still if I can do anything Its over that Mrs Jiistmarried I net along omplnined Jlmmle all right with everybody else but her well say I told you how she wanted the silted mackerel sent up with only a pinch of suit Yes And about that order of one doz on lamb chops freshly laid and the pound of boneless sausage Ive not oven Pick out the plumpest tamales you have in the yard ami have them killed and dressed belore noon Say wont that Mexican lady How can I go up linve a hot time there and explain matters unless I guess I cun give yon 50 cents said the more a week Jimmie butcher My New Quarters with an entirely new and complete stock of millinery She will be glad to see all of her old customers and as many new ones as would cure to call She Is now ready for the Easter trade 28 Ut Mrs T J Brisltin has re opened at her old stand No 23 St Clairstreet iliU mr Ar Ar Ar Ar EASTIiotlNl Lv Louisville SOUTHERN RfllLWftY No I 740am POlam OMnm 10 Ui IN KENTUCKY hchrdulu in elTeoc Ui 18 18U8 c 1 Shclbylllo LnrcncchK Vcrsiillles Lexington County Court Day BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Â¬ ltom Cmm WBSTimilwu Are roomy and convenient for my business Now then come and see me with all the fresh eggs and but- Â¬ c ter chickens ducks turkeys that you have to spare I will pay you the highest market price for everything in the line ot country produce Remember my new place is at the South warehouse East Broadway street It Fekouson 2S Monday was county court day nnd there was quite a considerable crowd in town notwithstanding the dis agreeable weather Rut little stock was offered for sale and what was offered was in poor condition and not such as to bring much money Discovered by a Woman I Lv Lexington Ar Versailles Ar Larem ttrg Ar Sholliyvlllo- Ar Loiilsvlllo TralnxNo I tlon Ilialr Cira lnctou KAST - No d 730am 7fi6am Reunm I 1 imtfam 2 ft ami carry Frco Observa liotwi-i-Loulsvlllo and Lex WESTBOUND I2m No 5 NoX 4Apm ilttipm MUpm 007pm BKipm Kfifipm a 17pm 1009pm ft Wpm 1033pm Roa No 4 4 iptn Mam 4Kpm 637am MSpm HUam fttfipm LKam 7 Kpm 5Jaro HOUND St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA No 13 No Il No IZ STATIONS 3 30iin 7 lOarn L Loulivll Ar 7t5pm hVipmf PKiam Ar LarncbrcAr MOpm 6iipinIO llim Ar IIiiroiNbKAr 1 2Jrni 4 lSpra 7 Wpmll055am Ar nuruin i EA8T110CND Ko ISItNo 07 t3tpmi 7 mam No 11 10 10am 8 loam 7 20am 710am WESTBOUND lt Happy Ridge Â¬ to day happened the worst yet Shes jot a Mexican lady stopping with her and I guess the other women in the Hat have been strhiRin her to get up a Mexican dinner for to day she sailed in high and mighty 4is you please and she say You may send upJatncHsIx Spanish omelettes cut thick and with the bones broken And let me see yes ono pint of whipped chill colorow and eight tamales dressed and ready for the VAim SfflT STORY W r Moving is all thu go in tlds sec- Â¬ tion Mr It H Suter lias moved near Harvieland hchoulhotise Mr Van Brawner has moved to his new home purchased from Mr L F Dinkle near ITarvioland We were very sorry to give up our V Postmaster Mr II Johnson who has moved to Flag Fork but some of the girls are greatly pleased with the exchange Mr Carl Chistn being the new postmaster MrsAv II Lewis is quite ill at this writing We are giad to say that Miss Roan Goins who has been very sick with la grippe is able to be out again Mr J S Aynes of Shelby county made a flying trip to Harvieland on business this week Mrs BeUie Seniones who was called to Lexington several days ago has never returned home An account of the drowning of Mr J N Gordon followed here but as we had another already in type we I Another great discovery 1ms been made and that too by a lady in this eouutryDIseaso fastened its clutches upon her nnd for seven years she withstood its severest tests but her vital organs were undermined and death seemed immiment For three months she couched incessantly and could not sleep She Anally dis covered a way to recovery oy pur- Â¬ chasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and was so much relieved on taking the first dose that she slept all night nnd with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Thus writes W C Luther Lutz Co of Shelby N C llamnlck Trial bottles free at J W Gayles Drug Store Regular size CUc and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ St Louis or ChicagOr VESTIBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING CARS CHAIR CARS T M RUGOTRAV PASSR AQENTST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOR OT LOUIS MO QENX PASSR AQT ST LOUI8 MO LWWAKELEY ioiusmi AriliMOumi 7 3pm hftpm I0ramAr Shi lhvll Ar 0 Uam 005pm 017pm HHCinVAr VithIIvs Ar 7 5jm 4 llpm B4pm II KlimlAr Mlilwav Ar 730 iml 33Spm 7 lpmilil5pmlAr Uoortftn Lv 7 00am lOOpra EASTBOUNU iv tations No ll itNo 68 tNo 740ami ltupmtv Loulsvll 102 Jam Ulpm Lv Vcrsllca llO am nfipm ArNlchlvIll llSSpm Kupm Ar Klchmnit Ar Irvine lupm STATIONS llNoS I STATIONS TO- - ALIFORN ihi A Travesty via NEW OE LEANS Southern Pacific In connection with Through Weekly Lewing emeu nan hihi Loulsillle on fast New Orleans Ilml ed train A K m VMii Every morning I have a my tongue is coated my head aches and I often feel dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I eat distresses me I have a heavy feeling in my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes I tremble and my nerves are all unstrung I am getting palb and thin I am as tired in the morning as ot night What does your doctor say You are suffering from Im- Â¬ pure blood What is his remedy omltJ Tho Evening Post of Monday last has what purports to be a picture of Rear AdmiralJohu Crittenden Wat Â¬ son which is no more like him than we are It looks very much to us like a picture of Admiral Cervera revamped and another name put below it Watson is a handsomer man and his nobility of character shines out in ids face Tourist Sleeping Gar ie tVERY THURSDAY It For Los Angeles tilnl Hm Francisco without change The Limited also connects at New Orleans dally nltli Express Train for the Pacific Coast and on Tuesday and Saturdays with the bad taste in my mouth Papas Littu Man Will Return To day Dr J S Coleman who lias been in Chicago taking a special study in his line of treatment of the eye ear will leavo Chicago and nose this morning and will be at his otlice on Monday ready to meet any of his numerous patrons Tin Jr Cnuys Condition Fowlers are SOKSET UNITED ANNEX just what a horse needs when in bad ot tlieSouttiern Pacific condition Tonic blood purifier and service to San Fianclsco giving special through Pnttlcularivermifuge They are not food but ot the 10 II H and connecting lines ot Agents medicine and the best in use to put a SO HATCH Dlv nsi Agent Cincinnati 0 horse in prime condition Price 25 JNO A SCOTT Dlv Pass Agent Memphis ceutB per pucKuge For sale by J W Gayle and A II HANSON Op Chicago Gayle Co LeCompte KELLOND AO lALoulSVllle W - Lv Louisville Ar Lexlnston Ar Knoxvlllo 10am llfpm Ar Ashrvlllo i Oani Ar Savannah PCOani Ar Jacksonville b Vpm 045a n Ar Chattanooga I0 30unill Man Ar Atlanta looiml 2 25pia Ar Macon 855am 05Bpn Ar Jacksonville alopmi 65oam Chattanooga Lv I0u5pmll30am Ar Ilirmlngliam Ar McrlOlnn iS araj PHpa anoami aLTjan Ar New Orleans Train No 1 Cincinnati riorlda Ilavani Drawing Uoom PullLimited carrier Through man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville connocts at Lexington nr Chattanocpa with Pullman Sleeping caj for New Orlonns Freo Chalrcars between Lou- Â¬ isville and Lexington Observation Chnlr can between Lexington and Homo Cje cars elegant coaches Train No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be tween Louisville Chattanooga nnd Illrmlng hum nlo Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via Ashevlllo and Savan nah nlso via Chattanooga nnd Atlanta Ni change Free Choir cars Lexington to Chatu nooga hrough Sleeping curs Lexington w New Orleans tDallv cxceptSundav A WlIEOON P T A STSW11T P TA Lexington Kji Loutsvlllo Ky FSOANNON3d VPOM J M CuiPT M Washington DO Washington D C WATuilKaPVD WMUTAVLOEAOPA Ky Louisville C Wubhlni ton Â¬ Â¬ Ar 7S0am 4Vpm Ar CWam IMpra Lv aAam IWpm 1 Mijpm Lv No I No 3 740am 74Spra IU45am 10 Sipta 700pm 745um WEST1IOUND No 6 tNo 2 Ar 10 10am 7ipra A A tWWWTWWtbiTTkTitM AV 4 fc For Sale or Lease Desiring to change my residence I will sell or ase mv stable on Aim street Tins Is tho best located stable In th city Is well adapted tuttie livery uusneis mm uujrauy piuoiuzen the stomach heartburn pr constlpa tionV Give the AmericnnDv9pepsia Tablet a Kentucky pioduct a trial Literary and Debating Society Or ganlzcd 9 jousum r irom entnrrli uf thn Try tho Capital Steam Lnun dry for a clean shirt or collar lG tf Telephone 17 HEADAOnEcured tnSO mlnutosby Or Miles Pain Pills Ouo cent u Uoso At druggists THE POPULAR tfHtH1tfMmj Ws Mj wwvJ 3 il tr W B LUCKETT I JtltttTtTt f rff fftj TSr4rirtrifciirjiiTT WPW37s W JrwtbwJi t ag The pupils of thu Frankfort Bus iness College Tuesday afternoon March 7th met anil organized a Lit erary and Debuting Society The following olllcers were elected A s Llllard PreMdent V S Lour Secretary and Trousun r You must not have consti- Â¬ pated bowels if you expect the Sarsaparilla to do its best work But Ayers Pills cure constipa- Â¬ Wc have a book on Paleness 35 Wi cvn w3 otjm r tmjmmjam Â¬ Florida0 Havana Solid trains finest In the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Queen and Crescent and PAVANNUI connecting lines Through connections to Tampa jMKiOiIUt Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service ITAUWiTINi to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juui Low rate lound trip tickets i lie 1 rain Service is per r11AM V uw Tk icct in detail Fast schedules -- 4 hours to Jackson rANTAMW ville 54 hours Skin Diseases For tho speedy nnd permanent euro of letter eult rheum nnd eczema Cham berlains Eye and Skin Ointment i3 without nn equal It relieves tho itch injr and smarting almost instantly una its continued une ellects a permanent euro It also cures itch barbers itch j scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Â¬ V TAMPAI V2 KtVWLS - tion Xj tlrv J 1 Â¬ I i WW s jw itvMv 1IAW1X lA 1i and Weakness which you may have for the asking Write rerlups you would llku to conmtt eminent nltytlrUns about your conUl tion Wrltefu freely all tliapirtlculara In your caie You will receive a urouist reply Addreis Pit J 0 AYFlt I to our Doctor h0MM iiirn --V KVf3vW 51lVj IZfc sv t f I J Cincinnati to a iiniHir IJ - I CiANTACO WMi mm JKH v - i I uweiii aiaai Mr Dr Cndys Condition Fowlers for horses are the best tonic blood purifier nnd vermifuge Prico 25conts Soldby immtjstisam xsMBmiwxm rTl ai i CluclauMl I w rvvwvf Jri i il zK iK A - rriym- - Y v V7n ruvuirunsiuuninivnririnnsruinnnnivruuvnnjuiTV is GET YOUR MONEYS WORTH should be the motto of every one who pays for work or merchandise we want to say that it will be to your interest to pat Â¬ us We have just received a new lot of clocks in Oak Walnut and fancy cases which we are offering at special prices 8 day Seth Thomas striking clock in oak or walnut cases assorted pat- Â¬ terns your choice for 298 Th Albert Special 8 day striking clock your choice of assorted pat- Â¬ terns for 248 Every clock fully warranted IK7I THIS this connection b tjji kMlJ II ilM im sua JJD fe2 rmjxrmrijuinnnnnnji nn RELIQIOUS A SELBERT ruxTLfun - nniruinn Y 51 c a notis Congress will consider tho Nicara guan canal question at its next moot ing which takes place In tho Y M O A parlors Monday evening March 13th at 730 oclock Tho debate will bo oponed by tho following re presentatives Messrs L F Johnson of Rhode Island II O McKeo of Minnesota Jas F Buford of New York and W W Jett of Washington tho two centlemen first mentioned opposing tho measure arid tho two latter favoring Its adoption Other members ot congress arc expectiug to particlpinto in the discussion which promises to be very interest- Â¬ ing Members and other men will be Â¬ Reliable Jeweler ill Â¬ Church Rev It L McOrendy rector Mr Robt Emmet Abrnham assistant Holy Communion at 9 n m Ascension Episcopal Divino service nnd sermon nt 11 n m nnd 430 p m The Atone Mornlnir subject afternoon Fourth Lecture ment on Confirmation Sunday school at 945 a m In the Chapol Lenten services every afternoon in the Ohnpel at 430 except Wednes Â¬ day nnd Friday evening when it will be held at 730 oclock Wednesday night Bible lesson Friday night subject The Church in the Now Testament All seats lree and everyone cor diallv welcome to all services Â¬ the Praver meeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet immediately after the prayor-meet- ng f Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 a m Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially In vited Ohapel Adams the pastor will preach at a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will meet at C30 p m Leader Miss Georgia Hodges Fellowship in Christian Topic Service Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in 11 Baptist Church Rev M B Â¬ and 730 p m How all can Evening subject The fourth Understand the Bible In the series of sermons on the Bible Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 045 o m in the chapel Leader Miss Belle Giltner Fellowship In Christian Topic Service Prayer meeting Wednesday night in the Chapel at 730 oclock Choosing a Master Topic Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclock Sunday school meets at 930 The public will be cordially wel comed to all these services and es pecially strangers in the city a m Â¬ Christian Church Rov George Barsie the pastor will preach at 11 Â¬ Â¬ Catholic Ohuboh The usual ser vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass Vespers at 730 p m 10 am Rev J paetor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 945 am Christian Endeavor Society meets room at 645 p m in Sunday-school Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 730 Â¬ both speeches to bo received with prolonged cheering To cap the climax My Country Tis of Thee Tho America Star Spangled Banner and Dixie wero sung amid tho wildest enthu siasm It only shows that beneath the crest of party the great heart of the people is sound and true and beats high with undying love of country A tinge of sadness provndes It nil however when it is remembered thnt somu of the truest bravest and strongestof each of tho great parties admitted with tho program of have laid down lifes burdens during In accordance the Loyalty series tho Mens lially the session Just closed last Sunday afternoon was devoted to In general the verdict of tho peo the question of Loyalty as affecting ple will be well done good and tho interests of the local Association The earnest address given by Mr faithful servants Frank Chinn and the helpful re marks nlso made by Mr W G SimpJeo B Seeord the son and Mr R K McOlureleft a deep contractor of Townnrln well known N Y says impressiou upon the minds and I have used Chamberlains Cough Special Remedy in my family hearts of those present for a long emphasis was laid upon the fact that tho members themselves are chiefly time nnd navo lounu it superior to For sale by J W responsible for tho efficiency and any other growth of the local organization and liayie when they aro willing to pray ana work and sacrifice too if necessary Stable Undermined for tho welfare of the Association its degree success in the largest possible The stable of Dr E E Hume at will be assured Prof J A Pilcher of Louisville presided at the piano the end of the alley near the Baptist Tho social gathering hold last Church was undermined by the Tuesday evening in the Association high water and fell Into the river on rooms was perfectly informal in Wednesday afternoon It was occu character seemed to bo thoroughly pied by Mr P C Sowor Its condi enjoyed by tho members and other young men who wero present tion was discovered in time tore Dnring tho evening a delightful move the vehicles and other things musical program was rendered by stored in it It involves a loss of the Capital City Orchestor and ro- iresnraents were served Dy memoers some 200 of the Ladies Committee Give me a liver regulator and I Prof McHenry Rhoads will give an address of special interest to young can regulate the world said a gemen at the rally Sundny330 pm nius The druggist handed him a bot Â¬ All men Invited tle of DeWitts Little Early Risers Tyler the famous little pills Hemphill and W McKeo Hardle Rev E Edwards pastor of tho English Baptist Church at Miners when suffering with villo Pa was advised to try rheumatism Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few applications of this linjment proved of great service to me It All persons having cltlms against the estate ot Wm llarrod deceased are hereby notlned to subdued the inflammation nnd re present tho same to me proven as required by lieved tho pain Should any sufferer law on or before Mar 1st 1H09 profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it March 4 Administrator lm For sale by J W will please me Gayle Â¬ I Â¬ Announcement to the Ladies of Frankfort On Monday March 13th we will open our beautiful line of new spring Ginghams Madras and Cheviots and we cor- Â¬ dially invite every lady in Frankfort to call and inspect our line We are now showing the largest and cheapest line of Swiss and Nainsook Embroideries Valencine Smyrna and Torchon Laces to be found in the city Also the following special bargains for Monday only Silk S225 Silk M if ims f Mi S275 500 Pdr Umbrellas for 149 Umbrellas for 8173 Half Hose 10c worth 20c only 10c worth 20c Fancy Underskirts 119 worth 500 Pair Ladles Fast Black Hoso 2 00 HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Frankfort Granite Marble 200 andf202 IMZaln Street BiiiKSrSBIiHflraFiJIsVSHrSBfl B Lynch G Co U T flym Sculptor- President P F - Ji VM4 Triplett Secretary W D Lewis MaflapL Notice We have on band n large supply of Monuments Headstones nud Granite Markers that we are offering at a very reduced price and must dispose of them in the next 90 days You will save money by buying now or leaving yonr order for spring delivery We are taking orders for monuments for spring delivery to bo mnde of Barrc Quinoey Westerly and Scotqh Granite Estimates furnished on application 21 - va X lm Congress Adjourns Notice FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Octavia Miners Aumr riaintin versus HeaW Miller Ac Defendants All 1 Presbyterian First McOlusky Blaynoy cnuRcn D D the At 1210 on Saturday tho short and last session of tho 65th Congress came to a close Practically all tho im Â¬ portant measures which have been submitted to it wero pused and have become laws This will bo known in tho future as one of tho most important and successful Congresses ever assem bled Matters of tho gravest importance wero submitted to its adjudication It is gratifying to know that in tho crucial test of tho exciting times through which it passed partlzan ship was In n very largo measure lost sight of and Democrats Repub licans nnd Populists stood shoulder to shoulder for the honor of tho fine of tho free Tho most dramatic of nil its scenes was that of tho closing hour when Mr Bailey of Toxas tho Democratic leader in an eloquent speech offered n resolution of thanks to Speaker Iteed nnd tho speakers warm and eloquent reply that generally calm and phlegmatic mans emotions almost overcoming him and causing Â¬ persons having claims agafust the estate ot Octavia Miller deceased are hereby notified appear before me and prove their claims as to required by law or to present the same to me proven ua required by law on or before April W H POSKY lIffifl 27 it Commissioner V C C mm I Bears the Signature of F m IBS --- Methodist OhurchRov T F Taliaferro the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 7130 p m Sunday school meets at 930 a m Prayer meetjng Wednesday even ing at 730 The Pastors Aid Society will meet at 3 oclock each Wednesday after noon Epworth Loaguo in Sunday school room at 645 p m Offloial Board meotsTuosday even- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Notice AW LOWEST PRICES Cromwells Admr Plaintiff 1 versus Pemette llarrod Ac Defendants J All persons having claims asalnat Noah Oolns deceased ure hereby notified to present the same to me proven as required by law or to appear ueiore me unu prove mi sime as re quired by law on or before April I lbw 27 FBANKLIN CIRCUIT COUBT m r ciwir U V it W II POBEY Commissioner F C C Thopubllo cordially invitod to tend Bev Wm Crowe at- Â¬ Notice FUANKLIN CIRCUIT COURT Kllwanxer Rros Assignee Plaintiff V versus All persons having claims ugulnst Kllvmncer uros iteuryj riiwungHr ami v k iuiwnger In existence on September 13 VfSt ure hereby notified to present their claims to me proven as required by law or to appear before me nnd prove their claims us required by law on or W II POSEY before April 1 IBW 27 4t Commissioner F 0 0 Tor Infants and Children Fruit and Ornamental Trees Sliruba The Kind You Have Always Bought brnnll Fruits and everything for Orchard CASTOR A J w TREES PLANTS Young PooplosSocloty of Christian Endeavor moetsMil45 p m ovon PrayormeeUnjFWodneaday lng at 730 ufo To all theso meetings the publlo is cordially invitod jr the pastor win preach at 11 am nnd 730 p m Sunday school at 930 a m Southern PREsnYTEBiANCnuRoii Jfe Â¬ Lawn nnd Garden Wo employ no agent but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and JLreo Catalogues on ap Â¬ plication to II SPRING 1899 VINESr F HILLENMEYER Xjesclzigrtoxx ICy Ml h t1 vmwi cuted at this office Job work neatly exe 1aleplicne 237 Feb 5 3m W taw Jj BsasmMzx 9fFJ1FWF rW TH KHB 4 joiiisr 3OlST ADVANCE SALE OF ORGANw Â¬ P3ZOGJ E3 STRESEST HOSIERY 1000 pairs of fast black cotton hose double heels and toes no seams at 10 cents per pair worth double Cyrano Chains Neck Clasps Belt Buckles in variety SXX 3VTAI3XT GINGHAMS WHITE GOODS Check Nainsooks 5c 72 c 8 1 3C per yard and up India Linens 5c 7j4c 8 3c 10c per yard and up India Dimity checks and stripes at 10 cents per yard Kid Gloves for Easter All the new shades including Cyrano 1 DIES Or 40 and gandies at 30 cents per yard this week 45 Aljofour 37c Â¬ 3B Best blue calicos 4 cents per yard Gingham at 10 cents worth 15 cents 32 inch French Gingham 162 3 cents per yard worth 25 cents this week only Easter novelties for children Call and se them 32 inch Scotch FRANKFORT Dr - KENTUCKY rVJVfFnirFirTFTrjriprJMijajajtBr YOUR PREMIUM TICKETS MUST RP TIM Dades Good Thing W i Below we glvo a copy of n letter which wo received from Dr W H Dade late Surgeon Major 2d Kentucky Volunteers on Thursday Dr Dades friends In this city will he glad to hear of his good luck The letter was not written for publication tout we take the liberty of doing so any way Chicago March 8 1890 Â¬ 3Ii Dear Friendwill Enclosed you 13 ft I SBV If have accepted a very excellent position as Surgeon of the Govern ment Hospital at Manila or one of the other cities of tho Philippine Islands If they sep fit to select another for Its location I go from here to Fort Crook to join the Sixteenth Infantry going to San Francisco where Wo go we all tnke tho trausport via Honolulu and the Ladrone Islands Mrsjind little Miss Dade will follow as soon as I can make arrangements for their comfort which wIlFbo in or about tho middle of June when the worst of tho rainy season is over If things aro as they are represented to me I shall make my permanent residence there With kindest regards I beg to remain Fraternally and Cordially nirvear Please continue the ad dress as before until I send you other directions which I think will bo shortly find a dollar to for my subscription for the com I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tt On Tuesday Waller H Dade Burglary Near the City 1 tiM WB IK 114 K evening while the family of Dr W B Kodman were at supper In their home at Point Breeze a burglar obtained entrance to tho house and succeeded in crib bing Mrs Rodmans pocket book and some other articles of but small value Luckily Mrs Rodman had removed nearly all the money from the purse leaving only about three or four dollars in change When the family lot the table they found the family room door the hill door and a window all open Search was at once made for the thief but he had decamped The robbery was reported to the ofllcers though with little hope of detecting the thief Â¬ Will Duy Your Poultry Co of Me sw S II Urlnstead LouWville huvti established a branch house at MO High street In this city with Mr Clias L Weber as manager whoie they will purchase all the butter eggs and poultry that can bo brought in by the farmers of this section paying the best prices therefor that the market will permit They expect to do an extensive shipping business Â¬ I jft Is SOMETHING NEW Shelby county is visiting her sister Mrs America Lewis Miss Ida Semones and her brother Alexander Johnson Raleigh left for Lexington Monday where they will probably remain for At the meeting of Hiram Lodge some time No 4 F and A M held on Thurs Miss Polsgrove of Shelby day evening the following was county Jcnnio Is visiting her cousin Mrs adopted America Lewis Mammas Only Child To the Worshipful Master War dens and Brethren of Hiram Lodge No 4 F and A M If you have a cough throat Irrita Â¬ At our last coining together we tion weak lungs pain in the chest were called to assemble around tho difficult breathing croup or hoarse tomb and place within Its lowly ness let us suggest One Minute bed there to a sleep the last sleep Cough Cure Always reliable and the form of our vounc brother Alex safe Tyler Hemphill and W having wrought McKee Hardie ander Johnson who gone his hours In lifes quarry has to present his work for the Inspection Zilpab of tho Supreme Atchitect of the Universe Rain rain and mud is tho program His walk having been upright before God and man and his conduct at present squared by the rule of truth and Moving and cleaning of houses has virtue we have the blessed hope that been tho order for tho past week has entered into that rest prepared he Health somewhat better for those who love the Lord But his untimely death has left a vaconcy in Mrs Cal Green and children of our number which can never bo Scott county accompanied by her filled and we deem it proper that we nephe Mr Clarence Arnsparger should testify to his worth as a have been the guests of her father as an affectionate son and Mr J T Moore and her brother citizen brother and as a Mason whose Mr J B Moore the past week example we will cherish and over Mis Otha Perkins was the guest of whose grave we will plant the acacia of recollection that his memory may relatives at Hatton tho past week be kept green Born To Mr G D Demaree and We recommend that an expression wife last week a son Bryan warmest sympathy be sent of our We are happy to report Mr George under the seal of the Lodge to his father our brother to his heart- Â¬ Quire after a very long illness some- Â¬ broken mother and the loving sister what improved and able to get and brothers We also recommend about that this memorial be recorded upon Mr I N Wilburn of this town a page of the records of this Lodge who purchased the store of Mr purpose setupirt for the George Montgomery has moved the H H Roberts same from the old stand to No 237 Geo A Lewis south west corner of Main where he Chas N Wiahd will be found ready to wait on his customers and all who will call on uflllcted with rheuma- Â¬ him I havebeen tism for fourteen years and nothing Mr Louis Lee who keeps the seemed to givo any relief I was able to be around all tho time but postofllce has replenished his stock constantly suffering I had tried of goods and will also be glad to see everything I could hear of and at you last wiS told to try Chamberlains Mr Eugene Pool of Polsgrove Pain Balm which I did and was attended church Sunday night in In a short company with Miss Katio Perkins immediately relieved and time cured I am happy to say that Dont be surprised to hear of a wed Josh ding soon it has not Mnce leturned Edgar Germantown Cal For sale J B M said when he got his con by J W Gayle tract of pike done and received ho was going to see Ids best girl Tho tlarvicland nike is completed and received and he has been abent for some time Tho rain of last week did consid You can gues where ho is gone erable damage to the land and eieeks Any one in need of a story will do in this part of the country well to call on Mr J W Bright Moving is all the go in tills com Â¬ probably he can supply your de Mr Robert Suter has mand munity moved near the llarvleland school Mr Roud Gordon was In our com house Mr Johnson our Postmaster has moved to Flag Fork Mr Ludio munity last week Ctilsin is occupying the stand where Hello there Catchem Sliy your Mr Johnson formerly kept store castor and como again Let us know Mrs BettleSeniones has returned if you aro in tho land of tho living1 Dont take it so home from Lexington leaving her get the widowhard if Henry does there are plenty sister much Improved more We are gliyl to say that Mrs Rumor says wo are to have another Rowan Golns is out again widdiugon the ridge soon as J B Miss Eliza Hell PoNgrove of is seen going toward the widows very often Mr Thomas Long who ias been ill lor some time with la grlpp is able to be out again IN MEMORIAM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rprjtjWi1tjijgt RY MAPCH v qfijj Riper The Best Shoes Always prove in the lone run to be THE CHEAPEST SHOES We sell nothing but the best shoes and you pay no more for them than you do for the cheaper kind elsewhere The ladies shoes we have on our bargain counter for 150 and the misses shoes we are closing out for 125 will outwear two pair of the kind ordiÂ¬ narily sold for those prices and will look nice until worn out Come quick while you can get your choice RUBBERS Jff We have rubbers which we guarantee not to split and to give good wear They cost only very little g t more than the ordinary unreliable kind 9 get them elsewhere You can not 5 ST CLAIR ST FRANKFORT KY IkAitVAjacjtV JVjlV JVIV A AicVjsVrfWjtWjOcAitWVja VWhAAA 212 McCLURES J COUGH PHPE Hacking Frazer Axle Grease DrBulls Cough Syrup Doses are small anil pleasant to take Doctors recommend It lrice jj cents At all druggists better Dont wait until it develops into consumption but use tho celeÂ¬ brated Dr JohnW Bulle Cough Syrup at once It la a wonderful remedy for all throat and lung affections and will euro a dcop seatcd cough or cold in a few days Good for old and young A hacking cough is a gravo ynrd cough tho sooner you get rid of it tho VKM sRt WR TWICE A5i 3 ANY OTHtry I WiBtvmmMMBmfEer Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Paris and Worlds Fair Manufactured pRAZER UBRICATOR CO Factories Chciago SL Louis New York lit ml VaV Will cure a Hacking Cough Close Ohseuveu To Havana IH t ft jj large forn Alclcel ill iiSP Reduced rate exclusion round trip -- CASH tickets on sale via the Queen it Cres cent Route 7876 from Cincinnati ROYAL Best Pntont Flour per hundred including meals and berth on QUEEN 2nd Putont Flour per hundred Finest limited train steamers Family Flour por hundred Tickets at low rates from all 1101 them DAISY cities via Cincinnati and tho Queen k FANCY Low Grudo Flour por hundred UiCMent kouic -- nours t incinnim Corn Meal por bushel SO hours Jackson to Jacksonville per bushol ville to Havauna Write for printed Corn matter maps and full particulars Shliislitir per J00 lbs W C Itlneairon General Passen Â¬ Custom grinding Whont and Corn a Specialty ger Agent Cincinnati Â¬ 1 ROYMLMILLS QUOTATION 250 240 230 220 70 GO Â¬ SO package package of the worlds beat cleanser still irreator economy in i pound All grocers Mode only by Beara the OASTOXIIA 9 The KtnJ You naw Always Bought L B Weisenburgh Proprietor Chicago Bt Louis Mew York Boston rnUadelpbla TUB N K FAIHUANIC COMPANY Frankfort Kentucky MKiWS B252S J l OUTPOURING OF BAR GAINS OUR DISSOLUTION SALE WE ARE STILL CLOSING OUT EVERY BROKEN LINE The Greatest Shirt Sale On Earth 75 C Spring Dont hesitate honestly no greater oppordozen II Curtis Cos tunity than this is liable to happen in a decade jKnox IIit8pon todavfinest 125 and 100 White John Stetson Hats open or 1425 by the at Shirts duy half dozen We place on sale this day all our Spring Suits Watch Dont fail to see those great tho windows values they are selling rapidly Shoes Ox carried from last season and will close them out Ladies Shoes fords today Our in the same way we are selling all our winter and Spring Stock open every 250 One largo lot 300 positively 350 and 400 goods cut to 125 and 150 Unheard of suits and overcoats but they must go for cash thing values Spring Mens Shoes Every pair of last season and all pointed toe lot 300 400 One largo Neckwear We are showing a 500 and 000 shoos cut to 150 Dont fail to get a pair beautiful line of them shoes are in the big scramble I B go 75c hi Ul v I W to we show- - Â¬ n li M - Hf 1 ft - xr VHt See the big Job Shoe Table and see what you can do for 75c n 100 135 i 150 IT WILL POSITIVELY SURPRISE YOU vm D C CRUTCHER Kentucky Crop Report CO The Appetite of a Goat m Al 4 73R j southeast of the lines above-describe- d Reports wore received this month from 153 correspondents representing 98 counties It may be well to restate in this the first report of tho year tho boundaries of the sections into which tho State for tho sako of convenience and accur- Â¬ acy is divided and tho reasons for tho separation The irreg- Â¬ ular contour of the counties makes it impracticable to divide upon straight lines in any given Again it is advisable course to separate tho dark tobacco district in tho west part of tho State from tho Burloy district of tho central and eastern por- Â¬ tion Likewise it is desirable to separate tho counties in the eastern and southeastern por- Â¬ tion where tho production of any crop rarely exceeds tho homo demand and where tho percentage of increase or do crease affects in a small meas Â¬ ure only tho actual production of tho State from tlfe other sections producing a largo sur-Â¬ plus To meet all these varied conditions tho following divi- Â¬ sions appear to us as tho best to be devised The western section composes 39 counties west of an irregular lino drawn from the eastern boundary of Hardin county on the north to tho eastern boun Â¬ dary of Allen on tho south tho intervening counties of Larue Hart and Barron being placed in tho western section Tho control or to bo moro accurate tho north central section em Â¬ braces 40 counties lying east of tho above described boundary and northeast of an irregular line drawn from tho eastern boundary of Lewis county on tho northeast of Larue county in tho southoasttho intervening counties of Bath Montgomery Clark Madison Lincoln Boyle and Marion being in tho central section Tho eastern or south Â¬ eastern section is composed of tho remaining 40 counties lying The condition of tho wheat crop December 1st tho date of the last report was 94 compared with average years Asset out in that report there was a lengthy interval between the early sown and tho lato sown wheat due to an unusually wet October wheat sowing being suspended for tho greater por- Â¬ tion of tho month The early sown whet attained a growth that promised to withstand any weather tost to which it might bo subjected This promise has been realized and at this date early wheat is generally re- Â¬ ported in excellent condition Lato sown wheat was barely above ground at tho advent of winter and the severe weather it has encountered both in the early and latter parts of winter has left it in a condition that may bo aptly described as a Whole fields blue prospect now appear without a vestige of growth above ground and while a few correspondents ven- Â¬ ture tho opinion that the roots are uninjured it will take some weeks of warm growing weather to develop the full extent of damage As a rule there was an ample covering of snow during tho extreme cold weather of February but falling as it did on on almost solid shoot of ico the benign effects of tho protection was in a measure lost Answers to tho question Has wheat suffered from any cause during tho winter If so stato resulted in replies from cause of which 115 correspondents number 97 state that wheat suf Â¬ fered from freeze and 18 say it has not been appreciably damage 1 during tho muter Heavy rains particularly in tho western section is another source of no inconsidorablo damage Tho condition for tho Stato as a whole compared with WHEAT Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose tire years the condition on March answer in tho negative and but order Stomnch and Liverknow out or All such should that 1st was as follows 189892 31 in tho affirmative Dr Kings New Lite Pills thfr wonderful Stomach and Liver THE EFFECTS OF THE 1897 88 and 1896 88 Remedy gives u The three sections separately FEBRUARY COLD WAVE sound digestion splondeda appetite icgular The period from February hodily Iiahit that and show the following avorago con- Â¬ Insures perfect dition as of this date Western 6th to 14th mil bo long remem Â¬ health mid great energy Only 25 70 central S3 and eastern 88 bered as a season of pheno Â¬ cents at any Drug Store Re- Â¬ Will of Mr Benedict Farmer Probated The per cent of crop of 1898 menal low temperature still in tho hands of farmers is markable not only for the low estimated at 2G On March 1st temperature recorded but also The will of Mr Benedict Farmer 1898 it was estimated that 17 for pertinacity with which this gives all his property and estate of per cont of crop of preceding temperature was maintained every description to his wife Lucy year was then in the hands of Covering a period of some ton U farmer to be used and enjoyed farmers On March 1st 1897 days tho mercury rose above tho by her during her Hie or widow- Minima of 10 to hood and at her death or mar Â¬ a similar estimate showed 9 por zero mark cent of tho old crop in farmers 24 and oven as low as 39 riage tho entire property to ho degrees below zero wore re Â¬ equally divided between his three hands Tho price of wheat March 1st ported during this time In children viz Susan E McCoun averages 08c On March 1st addition to the loss and suffer- Â¬ BonN T Fanner and Wm S 1898 the average price was 90c ing of live stock already noted Farmer except that in the event of and March 1 st 1897 tho price tho injury to tho fruit crop is the marriage of his wife she is to far reaching Poaches will not have uno third of tnnic during her was 84c only bo a failure this year but life which third at death shall go CORN Estimate on tho percentage the aamago to trees is such to her three aforesaid children of corn crop of 1898 still in that the crops for several years equally Having already given Tho about 3000 to each of his farmers hands give the amount to come will bo affected at 42 por cont On March 1st same is true of chorrios and children ho desired that each be 1898 tho per cent of crop of plumswith the possible excep charged in tho distribution of his preceding year in hands of tion of sour chorrios Pears entire estate with any advance- Â¬ though injured to some extent ments he may hereafter make to farmers was 44 still promise a fair yield Ap- - any of them to the end that they LIVE STOCK Tho trying effects of tho unu- Â¬ ples have escaped injury save may share equally in his estate sually severe winter on live stock tho hi jury to trees from heavy The will was dated January 20th has to some extent been miti- Â¬ sleet in some sections 1885 and was witnessed by Frank gated by tho ubundanco of Of the small fruits raspber- Â¬ Chinu W C Herndon aud C B food Still among young stock ries have suffered most and will Cliiun and stock unprovided with probably bo a failure It is Mrs Luoy C Farmer qualified shelter tho loss has been heavy feared too that the injury ex Â¬ as executrix under the will oiv and tho suffering intonso The tends to the wild blackberries Monday last t heaviest loss has boon with Strawberries have escaped in Working Night and Day lambs and young pigs Some jury so far j I avorago years is 80 which is a you hog cholera show a loss of 14 points since Decem- Â¬ notable absence of this common 113 correspondents ber 1st For tho three preceding disease 1 n xs It M m ivS should impress upon farmers tho economy of providing ample shelter for stock during the months of bud weather Tho condition of tho various classes of live stock averages as follows Horses 94 cattle 90 sheep 89 and hogs 90 Tho conditions March 1st 1898 wore 90 95 88 and 91 respect- Â¬ ively Replies to tho questionHavo loss of lambs at 33i per cont of the crop Recent experience correspondents estimate tho LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture Not Wbat She Expected Fanglo I biuv your friend Mrs ful in building up tho health Only 25c per box Sold by J W Gaylo Jaysmith get on tho train and leavo town with a married ninn this morn Â¬ ing Mrs Fanglo deeply Interested Well Ivo been expecting a Bcandal in that quarter for somo time Who was it with tho shameless thing Harlem Life Her husband Break Repaired that changes weakness into strength llstleasness into energy mental power Theyre wonder braln-far-lut- o Is u The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made Is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill sugar coated globulo of health km Tho break In fh power houso en Â¬ gine of tho street car llnevas repaired on Friday and the cars commenced running again on Saturday morning Wo hope the company will not meet with any more such misfortunes