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EEBfiiSM31iKBKBsSi9 V wweaemesasM PW i The ujhju iv VOL juj2j f p- - Frankfort Botombout - w 10 ir uDiianor A WEEKLY PAPER DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS SATURDAY To the North TERMS 100 In Advance NO XXII Capt Clay Wounded I FRANKFORT KY APRIL I 1 1899 Cadels Promoted i lr K 1 Capt Chat D Clay 17th U S Infantry who mnrrlcd Miss Pepper of th is city was slightly wounded In the neck during one of tho battles near Mnnlln Inst week Capt Clay was leiulln his men on a gallant charge when he was struck As good lurk would have it the course of the ball wns such ns to miss the vital points and while the wound is painful It is hoped that he will be out again in a few days Col Hnnry E Egbert Killed - Ule Still head In Low Prices of new spring goods Good Indigo Blue Calico only z4c per yard Best Apron Gingham only jc per yard An extra good quality Bleached cotton only 5c per yard A good quality 10 4 Bleached sheeting 15c per yard is full Tho Queen V Cr scent lloute hns inaugurated a service of observation tho fimiinu Itlmi firita Vfutl onr4 htile between Cincinnati and Lexing ton Free parlor ears and Queen irMceni aianiinni vesimuien day conches Four trains dally to Cin cinnati with close connection with all trains north Queen fe Crescent trains aro with out n peer in the Mouth Seventeen miles shortest line unequalled train nervlre w C Hinearson General Pas- Â¬ senger Agmt 111 Â¬ Â¬ The promotions which havo been in anticipation at tho Kentucky State College for some time have been made und the result Is printed be low 1HU Ws i- During the battles around Malabant In the Philippines Col Harry E Egbert of tho 20th U 8 Begulars was killed leading his men in n bayonet charge Col Egbert was wounded while leading his old regi ment the Gth Regulars at Sin Juan Hill nt Santiago and had not en- Â¬ tirely recovered from hi9 wound when he was ordered to join his new regiment in the Philippines His career had been one of marked courage and ability having been ap pointed a Lioutennnt by President Lincoln and having served through the civil war and over since in the regular army He was a Brigadier General of Volunteers when killed Union Finance and Investment Company A Frightful Blunder Our store Will often eaueo a horrible Burn scam cut or uruie JiucKlens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns nnd all skin eruptions Best pile cure on Only 25 ct a box earth Cure guaranteed Sold by J W Gayle druggist In company A D M Brock was promoted from a corporal to a sixth sergeant J W McCarthy and II A Hoeing to corporal in Company D Joe Bullock was promoted from sec ond sergeant to color sergeant L A Darling L K Frankel T A Nlckols J J Smith and Grlnstead were all promoted one step begin ning with Grlnstead who was a first corporal and is now a sixth sergeant Lexington Jlcraia I Thss handsome tublo Mahog Â¬ any inlaid top and shelf - can regulate the world said a ge- Â¬ nius Thedruggist handed him a bot- tlo of DeWitta LIU e Earlv Risers Tyler tho famous little pills Hemphill und WMcKee Hurdle nivnnipfi llvpr rpmilntor nnd ri -- xRR grs H G 2 SO Sons MATTEM THE- - STAGG BACON Plitiiinlir 334 MAIN STREET We have some special values to offer in r STi i Mr Geo T Hardin of the Union Finance and Investment Company of Louisville Ky was In the city this week on a business trip Mr Hardin reported good business This concern Is one of the most reliable In the country having for its President Chas It Long of the Louisville Water Co and Wm I Ingram Secretary and Treasurer MaJ D W Sanders the wig known attorney Is also a heavy stockholder as well as attorney for tho company Mr Hardin left Thursday for Louisville Robbed tbe Grave Lace Curtains and Window Shades Call and visit us C H I Kagin 41 Bro1 St Clair at bridge Horse Collars Hames Picks m Saws Shovels Paint Brushes Lanterns Locks Mops Buckets Wire FRANKFORT K Ijjnrra Artift tAAlMtf A akofph Anil rtparrlntlnn mn quickly uscort iin our opinion free wnetber an Indention la pruiiablj patentable Communica Â¬ tions strictly eontlclentlal Handbook on Patents em iree uiaoa agency lor gecunngr patents Patents taken through ilunn Co recelre tpteial notice without charge In tho BO YEARS EXPERIENCE vrrJv Designs nnovninura Jin TRAoe Marks H Scientific American - follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin wus almost yel low eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing B PP2 weaker day bv dav Three nhvsl- clans had given me up Fortunately a inena advised trying Electric I Zllpab Hitters and to my great joy and SUrurise the first hnttltt mniln n rio We are sorry to report Mr Me- - f elded Improvement I continued ineir usotfor three weeks and am ienan juorsoon the sick list with now a well man I know they saved typhoid fever Tho rest of tho sick are mv Ufa Dnrl whVirul 41 n convalescent another victim No one should Visiting In tho community fall to try them Only 50 cents per uuuiu hi j w uayios urug store Mr Clarence Arnsparger of county Is tho guest of Mr J Bcott B Lightnings Work Moore his uncle Mr Bose Hurrod of Peytona was The lightning which accomDanled vu the storm of Monday night was very day iuraui iur w i mooro Satur Â¬ night sharp and brilliant Duringlts prev- Â¬ alence a largo Cottonwood tree stand MrTxWt iones of Shelby ville Mr Vick Gordon of Christians ing at tho mouth of Todds branch at burg Lake Park West Frankfort was munity passed through our com- Â¬ Sunday struck by tho fluid and split Mr C nnd skinned up pretty thor- Â¬ short stayW Perkins is home for a oughly Wo bellovo this is tho first Misslva Mooro Is homo from a tlmo n Cottonwood has been struck n by lightning In this region as farn3 visit to her mint Mr Scott county we aro aware Mr Oenrirn Mnntrrrwmi ll ll lins Heavy Fighting Are you satisfied with the coal nlllCO Will miltl il ulnrn of f nown as Scrabble this week Cull y6u are getting If not give Tho American forces had twoand see him heavy lights with tho Phlllnnlnos on me your next order I know Mr J ij Moore has Saturday and Sunday driving them Mrs JSmma Clarks farm Diirchased anil will the quality of my coal wijl every where thoy could bo struck iiiku pohsession uct 10 Look out Tho loss of II fo amontrthe Philln- - Guess ho has returned from beeing please you Others like it plnos was very heavy whilo that of iin tirat you will like it too Catchom was In our town Monday our forces was light considering tho probably he was prospecting in numbers engaged and the situation regard to whether or not Ilenrv tho enemy being In strong entrench Â¬ could ho fnrinipri tn atlll r ments and with the advantacoofa Tho supjmsltlon Is It would suit his thorough knowledgo of tho country own feelings better Still peeling slowly Crosjj OitsEitviiit Unusual If you havo a cough throat Irrlta- Thefnquency of violent thunder Vmi Xullk lUln n tUti storms this season and so early In dllllcult breathing croup or hoao 1 the henson will causo this year to ho ness lot us suggest Ono Minute Couch Cure i Alwnvu vniiniio long remembered for that kind of safe Tyler ead of Clinton Street Telephone 100 Hemnhlll mui v i electrical display McKeo llardle A startling incident of which Mr jonnunver or riuiadelphla was the subject Is narrated by himself as i STflGG MASONIC TEMPLE BAGGIE ANN STREET weekly iJirireat cir Â¬ culation of any nclentino lournal Terms 3 a u ouia or an newsdeaieriu 7iu- mur laonins A handsomely Illustrated MUNNGo3eBMiNewYorR uruueu uuiw m c si nasoiugioi u L Frazer Axle Grease 1inUNDTHEOLOl rvryvyvguwywyvwwwlsn BLANTONS - COAL IS ALWAYS GOOD w w Aw BOrrwrHig llci 1X11 w t B Nn iR twice Ar fB Highest Awards at Centennial yJZLl Kmnd Worlds Fair affct ku Chctaflo L1-- -4 Â¬ UmTni Frazea Lubricator Fctorlw St Umk l- Co New Yoriu THK iSMPilrv Bmsr om THmu allii pi I Hvj jrtHLYJAGAZINE oomplot novel In every num per In addition to n nrso quantity of useftil LIPPlNrOTTC C I I v JUmISo llrW J8 Mar UWO100TT 25--2- ontertolnlns reading ebjtcttonablatorlea thteh are to to niomt t ailr houflehol1- Bub C0MPAMY PnoltaHwf mm For AndWhlikoy CUred At oui pain W ll I DUDLEY HI DNTON PREE BR U M KOOLLEVOO ice 1M Norm St let hrtmmt il mi iv TM Hook of imr iij lror RentStore Room The lill irn stun i TenipIe JoneoHholHs Is otrerei for rent Aimiv t X VT 1 tX5S2i tl iwiiLi J 2 PERSONAL Mr 0 T Duvnll of Ponka Mill was in the city Monday Hon T J Elmore of Mayflold was Jn tlio city this weok Mr Geo G Fottor of Loulsvlllo was hero on Monday Mrs W P Conway was a visitor In lioutsvillo on Monday Hon P T Tylor of Hickman was Jn tho city Thursday Miss Esther Burnam has roturned ifrom Now Orleans La Col Willis L Ringo of Ashland wfAB In tho city this weok MIbb Ohristino Bradloy Is visiting friends in Flemingsburg Miss Kate Overton is visiting frlonds near Baltimore Md Mr W H JulUn mado a business trip to Louisville this week Judge Ohas Q Rlohio of Lous vlllo was In the city yesterday Mrs H H Owslev of Midwav visited relatives hero this week Mrs W P Hudson jr has returned from a visit to tlnmlaon Ohio Dr Geo W Ohinn is spending month in Florida to recuperate Judge G W Saulsburry of Mid Uesboro was in the city yesterday Miss Dora Colomau has returned from a visit to relatives in Midway Mr John 0 Tremero of Jessamine county came to tho city on Monday Ool A E Willson of Louisville was hero on legal business Monday Mrs V Berberich has returned from a visit to relatives in Cincinnati Miss Lindsay of Midway is tho guest of her cousin Miss Dora Colo LOWEST - PRICES - LARGEST STOCK Ce- Â¬ Headquarters for Hardware Wall Paper Paints Lime ment Glass Lead Oils Etc Buggies Harness Wheels Spokes Iron Tin Steel Roofing Wire Fencing Sash Doors Stoves Tinware Sewer and Flue Pipe Crockeryware Fire Brick Screen Loors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Farming Implements Guns owder I Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Studebaker Wagons Olive r Chilled Plows Deering Mowers and Binders Majestic Ranges Diamond Wall Plaster Curries Fertilizer American Clover Seed Sower 3ML i A jiv m MAIN tin STREET AND ST CLAIR SREET vlvak Jk 9w wa Serious Accident i is rXWVWW1 Well I y Wyy y tr yyyV pry y3TP i The little yenr old infant child of Mr Ed J Lynch and wire was quite sick on yesterday morning and Mrs Lynch gave it a dose of what she supposed was paregoric but which Drs turned out to be landnum Tobln Boiling mid C B Chinn were nt once summoned and worked with thn little one but with what result we are not aware at the hour of going to press BHBKB raMM cities VMJW7WWW WHAT HAVE WE HERE f a fcMJSrcf trrr t 1 N tc c IMVCt Declare I A THREAD CUTTING THIMBLE I OUR FREE GIFT TO SUBSCRIBERS trtftA rif c5l fSft rr ttifllfcH Wll fJtSercccif rrcri4l ht f r f t man frionds Mr Jos LeComple of Lexington spent Sunday here tho gueot of Mr and Mrs Olav H Hatohltt of Newtown were in tho city on Wed nesday Judge Matt Walton of Lexington was in the city Monday on legal business Mrs John W Milam has returned from a visit to her mother at Hamil ton Ohio Miss Mamie Hocker of Maysville will be the guest of Mrs M B Adams next week Miss Anita Berry of Lagrange is the guest of Miss Mary D Gray South Side Senator L H Carter of Lawrence burg was in the city on legal business this week Miss Dora Lindsay of Midway who had been the guest of friends here has roturned home Mr J Gray McLean has moved Into his residence recently vacated by Mr W G Simpson Mrs John Will Johnson visited her son Air v is Johnson and wile in Mt Sterling this week Mr Ed B McOlure has gone to Hopkinsville to reside having secured u situation in that city Mrs I W Parrish and daughterMiss Honeywood of Midway weie guests of friends here last week Judge J P Hobson and wife left Priday for a visit to St Augustine JFla to be gone two weeks Lewis spent Miss Margaret A Saturday and Sunday in Lexington tho guest of Miss May Milward Hon Jas A Barnes of Owingsville made a business trip here on Tues day returning home that night Mrs Thos HPayntor and daughter Miss Winifred are spending some weeks with rolatives at Maysville Rev M B Adams attended the mooting of tho Stato B Y P U at Murray Calloway county this week Miss Fannio Scott of Eminence was tho guest of Misses Hattie and Emmie Scott Shelby street this week Mrs E R Clark and children of Michigan have joined her husband Rev E R Clark in this city and will make their homo here Miss Mame Orutcher of Duoker Station who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Geo A Lewis 421 Second street returned homo Saturday Mrs W K Wright and daughters Missos Sue and Besslo Bacon arrived Thursday from Washington City and are stopping at tho Capital Hotel Mrs Rosor Dr Wallaces patient who submitted to a serious operation at the Kings Daughters Hospital has passed the danger lino and is now expected to entiroly recover Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ For Infants and Children The Kind You Han Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A tri 1 lt v Z0 S - Communicated Kililnr Roundabout I have in my now Spring and Sum raer Goods and am prepared to make all grades of clothing for gentlemen High and low priced suits V BERBEIUOH 4 ji Mar IMm I was delightfully entertained by a rpnrflntr civen bv Prof C I Arnold at Excelsior Institute last Friday Tha Kind You Hate Always Bought nicht The large room was well Bbui th Signature fiiiprl with intelligent careful listenof to say all went mi Turn triad vuliv feelinir they had spent wr ywiv v w fiyrygtvyy WV7TZ innaont ixinr with this gifted in- structor The exercises abounded in wit and sandwiched occasionally hinnnr with n Htemrv gem Maude MuIIer was rendered in a most impressive manner while Mark Twains liter- Â¬ ary Nightmare was a real slde OA8TORXA m fc IwnMi wzUr pient must Rccoiip 1 before an audience He is free from artificiality but graceful in gesture Many years of bis life have been given to his favorite calling He Is subjects h hard student studies hi3 he comes before an well and when audience he is as Dewey before the Spanish Navy- The Professoris now teaching a class at the University in Lexington Ky His home is at Eminence Ky He can be addressed at either of the above places J K P South Jett Ky March 28th lbJi Fof the Roundabout A Vow And splltter Prof Arnold is thoroughly realistic Low Prices PATENTED Tho Dentletfl Enemy No more hunting for the Jnat tho nticle every nomnn has nlwHya wanted Rcigsors or raining your teeth by ohowing off thread After cutting tliroHd with hoissors you etrngglo it through your teeth so you onn thread through tho needle Our thimble frnys the end rendy to twist to a point You will ontch the knnok of snapping off tho thread in a few momenta practice then you will wonder how you ever got along without it or did not invent it your- Â¬ self In presentng the liable re- Â¬ NIcCALL OUR UNIQUE PREMIUM It is our desiro that everybody in this section should bo n constant Tender of tho Roundabout to this end in view wo havo securod at considerable ejt ponso theso thread cutting thimbles for our renders Thoy nro beautiful Sterling Bllvor good weight You all know the raluo of tho ordinary Ster- Â¬ ling Silvor thimble ells in tho stores from 60 to 00 cents ours with tho patent cutter sells ut 75 cents BAZAAR PATTERNS to the community we again illustrate to hundreds of our customers Â¬ M Our Unparalleled Offer The Roundabout for ono year and tho Sterling Thread Outling Thlmblo will bo sent you from now until January 1 1000 for 100 Yon can purohaso the thimble oven if you oro not n subscriber by sending us 7Bo To nil sub Â¬ N scribers who aro already paid up in ndvonoe who wish to tako advnntage of this premium wo will show our appreciation by sending you tho thimblo on receipt of 26 cents REMEMBER Be suro to send sizo of thlmblo you wear Tho best la none too good for our readers a Curse I vowed in my heart that we should not meet The Spirit of Lovo and I For I knew her ways And her tender plays And I know the print of hor fair feet And tho breath of her faintest sigh So I shunned that we are cheaper in PATTEKNS as in everything else The most skilled ar- Â¬ tists are employed in designing and are in touch with the latest modes presented in the Fashion Centers of a her groves and hor JASMsiAiAAAX1ijAAAJK ROUNDABOUT xrfi Successful Operation la Oral Surfery Dr W E Baxter performed a del- Â¬ icate operation upon Mrs L P Moore of JBellepolnt on yesterday morning It was In the removal of n tumor growing from a gum tissue near tho right upper bicuspid teeth It had enlarged so as to fill that side of tho mouth and gave much pain and annoyance Mrs Moore was referred to Dr Baxter by her family physician Tho operation was almost bloodless nnd comparatively without palu Dr Baxter has a flno reputation as n skillful and accomplished dental surgeon castles fair With a purpose grim and sot Till I felt sooure And a trust mature Was born In my breast that I knew hor snare And tho lay of hor hidden not I hold no commune with hor Vestal train The maidens of lovely mould For I closed my eyo As thoy passed me by And I bound my heart with an iron chain Till it moaned like tho god of old Thus tho years went by but my lot was lone I spoko and she dropped her head And I saw hor part With a warm young heart And I caught it tight with a stiflod groan For my own lay shrivolod and dead Europe All patterns at ioc and 5c None higher 1 0 Kagin Bro 41 Ev- Â¬ La Grippe Is again epidemio House for Rent ery precaution should be taken to spooiflo euro is Ono Its avoid it Containing five rooms besides Minute Oough Cure A J Shepord Publisher Agricultural Journal and kitchen and bath room on Main No Htreet For information apply Mo says Advertiser Eldon to Dr ono will bo disappointed in using G V Oliliui 203 Main street One Mlnuto Oough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take qulok to Hemphill For sale by Tylor act ana W MoKee Hardle Cadys Condition Fowtlon are just what a horso needs when In bad Kodol Dyspepsia condition Tonio blood purifier and Digests what you eat vormifuge They aro not food but medicine and the best in nse to put a 3Sr3SrOXT3TCE33S3iT1S horso In prime condition Price 25 cents per package to announce Wo aro authorized JAS P HAYDON aa a candidate for For sale by J W Gayle and Assessor of Franklin county subject to tho aotlon of the Democratic party LeCompte Gayle Co 30 lm Cure Ir St Clair at Bridge 222E2222Zi2E22SjE22EZ nifi- ilnlli tcutui f OASTORI- - m tin cuted at this office Job work neatly exe- Â¬ w BXESKNfflZWTmBBXEmSEZmSfXM l IEaHU IUtBUHI flEXBBftLHb3afcB City Council A t Tuoihiiy March 23 90 Tlio Mayor and all the mora bora oxoept Conncilmon Ilardio and Ileonoy wore present Tlio minutes of the last meet ing wore ruad and approved A petition of property holders on West Main street requesting tlio Council not to compel them to put in brick streets was or- Â¬ dered filed Mr W H Posey was granted permission to build two houses on liis lot ou Main street South Sidfl Â¬ The petition of Mr Z J Montgomery asking that he bo not required to build pavement nnd gutter in front of his lot Until After completion of his house which is to Bo built at rn Granted bnco The reports of the city officers for the past month were receiv- Â¬ ed and ordered filed The use of Opera Houso was given the Y M 0 A for next Monday night they to pay the Workhouse actual expense of opening clean- Â¬ On motion of Councilman ing and lighting Jillson the Mayor was ordered The use of tlio Opera House to appoint a committee who are was given the Railroad Conven- Â¬ to confer with Street Railway tion April 6 7 and 8 the actual Company in relatiou to im- Â¬ expenses to bo paid by the Dem- Â¬ provements whore brick streets ocratic Committee are to be built On motion of Councilman On motion of Councilman Lutkemier the election of a Man- Â¬ Jillson tho sum of 50 was ap- Â¬ ager for the Opera Houso for propriated to send an orphan the ensuing year was then tak child to a homo in Louisville enup and there being no other The Council then adjourned applications Thos Heffner was until the next regular meeting declared elected night Tho ordinance ordering a re taining wall on the East Side Hackberry Shelby County of Wilkinson street wae given Hnd passage its second reading do Farmers are Action on tho brick street- or some plowing very anxious to wei Tlie continued dinance for West Main street weather has set them behind with was tiofefred until tho next their work M6ting uight Mr Jus Moore and family of Tho grade as established by Jacksonville visited Mr Wilson j Miles nnd family last Saturday and D M Woodson on Thirdstreot Sunday between Steele and Conwaywas Miss Maude Miles of Glencoe is adopted visitinir her father Mr John H Ordinance for improving Miles near Bagdad - second roading and passage Ordinance directing City En Â¬ gineer to inako map of the city received its second reading and passage Tho Kentucky Midland bonds for 110000 which have boon settled by suit wore referred to the Finance Committee for prop- Â¬ er disposition The Mayor appointed J L E Miles and John Rodman 11 Triplett tho board of Super Â¬ visors for 1899 On motion of Councilman Darnell April 20 was fixod as the date for an appeal meeting City Attorney was directed to draw au ordinance in relation tn people digging in tho streets The ordinance to requiro them to got permission from tho clerk and to give bond that the street will bo put back in as good con- Â¬ dition as found On motion of Councilman Daruoll the Workhouse Commit- Â¬ tee were given permission to havo a telephone placed at tho MfeLa y7-y--y-- yy yYvy y mi0jm zjjw 21st for Louisville mam fira wBSEh PrvwlrfTRMll Extra - Values In Towels Table Linens Napkins Bed Spreads c 60 inch pure linen table linen only 39c yd 62 inch pure linen Satin Damask only 49c yd Richardsons 72 inch Ix st Satin Damask 20 different patterns n with napkins to match 100 Mr Leo Gullian and family of Totnl enrollment Switzer moved int our midst last Pnrnnnnno tf nf Inn firm rf flt and 100 at 75c 85c Week fl9 iMnmhnr nnnroqlfliinta per yd 700 Mr Bichnrd Taylor Is the guest of Average membership 15 doz pure linen fringe Mr Rambo nnd fnmlly this weeK COLORE SCHOOL Owing to the high water he cant napkins only 39c doz 607 Enrollment get home worth 50c 480 membership pissed Average Mr Geo Parker nnd wife 55 Percentage of attendance 25 doz fringe napkins through the Mill on Monday last Number non residents 4 assorted colored bor- Â¬ en route to Frankfort 1000 Enrollment White School ders full size only 50c 509 Mr Riley Clark has announced Enrollment Colored School himself as a candidate for Constable doz worth 75c 1518 of the Peaks Mill precinct He is a Total enrollment 30idoz large size dinner sound Democrat nnd will fill the for the past month The attendance office alt right Wo wish him suc napkins only 98c doz is not as high as it should be but is cess worth 5125 doz tn ivttttntiati nvnr Hlu trimP lITfV 20 doz 18x36 linen huck towels only 15c or Indian Creek Church where he has of better weather should materially holding a protracted meeting Â¬ I 1 whero nho will Election of Directors Farmers Bank of Kentucky romain until after tho East r holidays fPI Mr C O Hockensmlth of Kml i uu milium iuiiiiii ui tut nonee Is here tho guest of his son Stockholders of tins Bank will be Albert and family held nt their banking house in tlio Mr Urban Sargent nnd family of city of Frankfort on Monday the near Frankfort were tho utiests of Mr Barnie Harrod and fnmlly last 3rd day of May 1809 at 10 Sunday oclock at which meeting an elec- Â¬ Tho Misses Mnnford passed through tion of seven directors for the principal bank and a like number the Mill last Saturday Mr Rnzerblll Height and wife for each of the branches to ecrvo spent tho day last Sunday with Mr for the ensuing year will take place Harriett Harrod and family By order of the Board of Di- Â¬ Doc you nnd Bako had better hnve rectors your parlor lowered Its a neck A W Oveutox Cashier ornker as it is being elevated so high If not lowered soon you all will 31 td have to havo some props made to CitySchool8 support your heads Z Mr Ira Itnmbo and wife and Mr The following is tho statistical re Grnn Baldwin and wife nro preparing to go to housekeeping the tlrst of port of the condition of tho City April Schools for tho school month of All tho women of the Mill went to March Frankfort lust Monday Guess all WHITE SCHOOL tho men will go next Monday Tho High School 105 men wont come back ns early as the Grades 004 women did nor us quiet Â¬ 1 160 doz doz1 very fine Satin 30 Damask and Huck Towels at 20 25 and These 35c apiece are all good bargains BED SPREADS LACE CURTAINS Big values nt CJ5 75 nnd 100 nlsq handsotno Mnrbcllled Spreads increase been Beginning next Monday April 3d Owing to tho high water Mr Hockensmith has been un- - the first bell will ring at eight oclock Albeit ubleto run the grist mill for soment NVnicl tIm0 pupiSnre admitted to time As soon as tho water falls he hUrn iiia nmi mifiw m ivnt the buildings fur tne dnvs work in i l chll- nnlJOlnlil wv v on his customers IiUtuioanuui nnf nllfiur lliolr cor-Pig to congregato on the street Pet dren ners before that time as the tendency Muddy Valley The U toward disorder tion ef the home in this particular is Wo arc having un iiounuanue y nnd desirable rain and mud which is great V retarding the farmers in pitching Advertlscd Letters at Frankfort Kyv I a- iaj tAirv I Third street by curbing paving and guttering was given its second reading and passage Ordinance directing tho City Engineer to lay off the city in sewer districts was given its i Misses Maudo nnd Bessie Miles visited Mrs Dr A M Miles of Harvieland last week Mr Bradley Clark of Chontoville was the guest of Mr Wilson Miles last Saturday Miss Grovene Snook of Mulberry will teach a three months school in IMl II III IIIll llli I t District No 41 commencing the first Monday in April Mr Lowry Jenkins shipped six hogsheads tobacco last week averag Â¬ ing about 81 cents per pound Harlow Bros have bought about twenty thousand pounds of tobacco paying for part 0 cents tho re- Â¬ mainder 825 per hundred Mr McClellan Moss is very low with typhoid fever Wo trust that If so there must be some under the skillful treatment of Dr Adams he f trouble with its food Well John F to good healthmay soon bo restored 1 babies are plump only the Mr Leroy Johnson who has desick are thin Are you sure voted a great deal of his attention the food is all right Chil i hnrAflfliitcto the huckstering bus iness bought lcn of n widow near dren cant help but grow Hatton Leroy chased Hie hen for thev must grow if their food s some timo and could not catch her seen nourishes them Perhaps a j Rumor has it that tho hen wn next going through GraefeiiBblirg tho mistake was made in the j day in a manner give out Large assortment In luce cur tains nlso fine lino of muslins Denims for nsh curtains Lnce curtains nt 76c 100 125 5160 nnd 200 Tho very fine ones nt 300 to 500 ALWAYS HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE I their crops Notwithstanding I Weitzel QOonneli nn examining trial for the May term of the Shelby Circuit Court Was glad to read the items from tho competent corps of corresDond ents in general in last weeks issue Hope they may keep up the good work and make the Roundabout one of the most interesting sheets published in this State As it is it iu read first next the Newsthen the Re- corner next courier Journal nnd if wu iihvu inu uispaicn we win notice it a little the mud and Bolow will bo found a list of letters- remaining unclaimed for the week rains visiting is allthe go ending April 1 1899 Miss Isorah Sudduth and her qih cousin Martin Van Buren Pullinm gStffiSSd nro on a protracted visit to Mr H O Thomas Un E Kansfprd Peyton and family at Pols- - Hodgos Camp- - Thompson Mrs groves Landing befl Matilda Misses Victoria Pullinm and Holly Hon P M WnknBeld O O Wilson O J Sissle Chisholm visited Miss Belle iordanoU Martha Pullinm Saturday and Sunday g pt 7J is Baby A magnificent fiddling noire was pniinn8niiiinpniomnftinilet- any RnHftiiti- S8 PaInB lfvnit9Mvint t XV w rora r r will nieunn rniv nfivnrriaoH Hast Thursday night The belles a t u UaLEtoi ill nnd ft wuua viijujwu liiiviuil ii liiuilv iinliifnyl fuiuiiacii a n nn ST hugely Mrs Famous Faster TooTbJn Â¬ Catchem For a quick remedy nnd ono that is perfectly safe for children let us recommond One Minute Cough Cure Tyler Hemphill mid W McKee Hurdle Peaks Mill past and as a result the di- - I I met friend Qbsrver on Main If that f street in Jacksonville n few day gestion is weakened Wl9 Yks9 1un w the Him is so don t give the baby J since and I hardly kn6W him nfl Some of tile furiilers are through freezing and peeling off has tnndo a lot of medicine t just use such an Improvement in him If he Sowing tobacco teed ucorgo Montgomery who sold his stock of dry goods boot shoos notions ivc to Mr J N Wllborn will shortly go into busi ness ncain nnd has selected Scrnbblo as his next point Mr Levi Walts has lately erected anew blacksmith shop In the town nnd the nnvll can of Jacksonville he heard ringing from early dawn to the babys food three or till close of day Horseshoeing and four times a day The gain j general r pairing done to order for spot cash Try him onco and io win Degin me very nrsi aay i will show yon wetter tnan 1 can ten you It seems to you give it On Inst Friday evening MrrDtekor- correct the digestion and j uatton ana Mr gets the baby started right son ot or Jiirisuansnurg warren iiecniuo Black attain If the babv is nurs- - i involved in a difficulty at Hatton inti but does not thrive then I The origin of tho trouble unknown to me Bhtek left Hatton nnd went the mother should tajtc the to Bagdad and was pursued by Dlekerson whoshotjit Black twice It will have r emulsion shots hitting good effect both upon ths neither of tho rock and threwBlack it at Hlnck seized a Dlckersop striking him on the mother and child lvcn- temple Inlllellng an ugly and very five years proves this ait pahiful wound DlcUerson was ar rested by Marshal Scearcp nnd placed j 50c indficio all drujltU Judge Bohaunon tried him In tail SCOTT HOWNlChmbM New U j Dlckerson waived H H -t- tt Ht Mlly next morning llll Mr it is your every day common will continue to ireoze and peel on Born To Mr Barnett Harrod and winter sense antt help nature a everyby the he will be a handsome wfe on Wednesday March 22t man jlmo Palmer Is elected son John William little and the way to do I President of the United States to add half a teaspoon ful of Mitchell Saturday There was a musicale nt Mr Wnr ren Pulllams Satin day The music was grand Among those present were Misses Lula Pullinm Annie und Mattio Allison Katie Sudduth und Mlttio Mitchell iVmong tho cents Wero Jas Whitman Beko Parris Columbus Chisholm Mnnlv Chis holm Morris Allison Leslie Sud duth Chas Warren Floyd Phillips und Early MooreIn passing up Benon ono cannot fail to observe tho handsome improvements that the papa of the Lily of the Valley Is making to his mansion nnd it is now being painted In the daintiest colors under tho supervision of the Lily herself Now wont tho old gal slUne when she gels It all complete It tillPeky far that young Now Is osliniidf ddOsfc Creek to arrogate to erselrtircnoindeplumeof Sweetest Of Sweet V Well I do declare - R B were the guests of Mrs Fanny Hallio Chisholm and son it j Â¬ Mammas Littlk Qiul SCOTTS Â¬ EMULSION Mr Eheu Rambo who In Tennessee for several Weeks lias re Â¬ turned hinne bringing Voveral head of cattle Mr Frank HhVfiibaek nnd wife of Swi titer wtjre the gueste of their daughtov Mrs John Smith last Sundny MoVintr is all tho iro Thero wero several families moved out of our town hut we have got some hustlers htlbh Democratlc Meetings The Democrats of the several pre cincts of this county will meet to day April at 2 oclock p m for the purposeof sending delegates to the County Convention which meets Monday Tho County Convention will send delegates to tho Convention toliominatoa Railroad Commissioner 9 in their place for thin the 2d District Tho DisMrs L Ilanuen was the guest of trict Convention will meet in this her daughter Mrs Lew Peim last elfy on Thursday next April 0th Sunday Â¬ Mr Martin Ellis wife and son spent Satiuday and Sunday hi Frankfort visiting iclatives Prisoner Escapes Old Batch Â¬ ANOTlirlt WllIUSHONDKNT Rain mud and high water are all tlio go Just now Mumps aro still raging In our village Mrs Hicks of Klinvlllo Is here the guest of Mr M R Plerco and family Mrs D Q Tlmmons loft on tho lIV Louis Burgos a white convict sent up from Jefferson county for murder escaped from the prison warehouse ou Tuesday afternoon late Ho was employed on tho second lloor and cut through the bnckj wall and lowered himself to tho ground and thus escaped Warden Lillard has offered a re Â¬ ward of 100 for his capturo and rjturn to thoiprison Dr H S Tanner the celebrated fasting physician was in the city on Thursday and mado us a pleasant call It will be remembered that as a test Dr Tanner fasted in 1877 for 42 days at Minneapolis Minn and afterwnrds under the supervision of a committe fasted in New York City for forty days In reply to a question as to why ho fasted Dr Tanner stated that ho had had heart disease until his physicians had told him that he was liable to die at any moment Ho determined to try the efficacy of fasting as a remedial At the end of eleven days his hearts action hnd So Improved that he could lie down for a short while a thing he had not done for n long time Ho and his physician hnd nn ar Â¬ gument that day ns to the matter nnd tho physician being a materi- Â¬ alist contended that the fasts men Â¬ tioned in the Biblo wero all fakes So Dr Tanner resolved to test tho matter and fasted forty two days ijjAItorwanls physicians generally denied that it was a real fast and asÂ¬ serted that it was a fake In defenso of his reputation ho agreed to make the test under tho watchful eyes of a committee of phy Â¬ sicians and newspaper men The result Is known to tho world Tho Doctor is a halo and hearty gentleman of 07 years of ago and was in tho city to recommend tho and Candy Cabarets Ho lelt for Georgetown that after Â¬ Â¬ No-to-b- noon Docket of the April Term Wq have received a copy of tho docket of the Court of Appeals for tho April term which commences on Monday Arll 10 Thero aro 10 Commonwealth eases 271 appearanco and continued cases 2 cases set for nrguinont and 122 cases heretoforo passed for oral nrgument LiJ Vi mmmmmmmmmmMwwmmrrmffl jfeSArtiw - - JAtMiiau Tiie Frankfon nounaaDoui Entered lit thn imstoillca Kt Frnnkfort Kentucky m sccond cliiss mntlnule matter G 0 A LEWIS Editor and Pub 1 FRANKFORT AlIUL Kicks Generally t800 Thorp la n eprtitin paper lit Lotils vlllo thnt Is trying to catch em n coinln and a mvlno Some time since when tho Court of Appeals ren Â¬ dered a decision by a divided court thnt private corporations were subject to a franchise tax as well as pub Â¬ lic concerns and liad to make re- Â¬ ports to tho Auditor nnd tiny the tax tho editor raised a terrible howl about that decision destroying all private business enterprises and stated that It would set Louisville especially and Kentucky generally way back in the race lor prosperity and growth Now comes this same editor when the personel of the court has been changed nnd when the court in its wisdom saw that it had made a mistake in its tormer opinion and with Â¬ drew It taking the ground that the aforesaid editor said formerly was thotommon sense and business sense view and held that private corporations did not enjoy any excluiive and special privileged the editor at once proceeds to chnngo front and de nounces the court- as a set of weak lings and asserts that they did not know nary n law It is a marvel how much law and general knowledge a jack leg politician can acquire in his career as a general spy upon tho character and conduct of the upper four dozen of Louisville It is a wonder one small head can hold all that the aforesaid knows t nevertheless he is determined Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ whlch way the toien kicker generallyno matter Ieal eat Jumps prominent Man Dead Uy a dispatch from Cincinnati of date March 2G we learn thnt Mr Harry 13 Morehead son of the late 3ov James T Morehead and well novn here died in that city on Sundoy Mr Morehead commenced to learn the printing business in the old Com monwealth office when Col A G Hodges was public printer Concluding that his forte was something of a more lucrative nature ho returned to the home cf his mother in Cincinnati and went into the banking house of Espy Heidel back it Co of which his brother was cashier Afterwards he became a broker and financier on his own account Ho was very successful and amassed a considerable fortune He was President of tho Commercial Gazette Co for several years Recently he had spent most of his time in New York City and London in connection witli railroad interests in which lie was an Agents for investor Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia Standard Patterns Ho was married but left no chillung dren lie was a jolly good fellow Tho best remedy for cts at affections BS2SSS2SZ jAftn AfKSZSdi druggists Small doses Price 25 and was popular hero and in Cincinnati where he passed the most of Ids 5000 Damage Suit An Appeal to Our Noble Women life Wo suggest to tho noble women of Miss Blanche Scofleld of this Bad Accident Kentucky that they start an endless county has brought suit In the Cir directions ask Mr James Dirken who married chain of letters In all of 1 the money cuit Court against tho Adams Ex ing for subscriptions Miss Mary Nickle the oldest sister so contributed to he used In erecting press Co for 5000 damages caused of Mr U J Nickle was seriously a new State Capital Building at by having one of the heavy wagons Tho present State House of the Express Company to run into hurt by being caught in the machin Â¬ Frankfort to is a sight there is ery of Bridgoford Cos stove urgent need of behold andsupplanted her buggy in Rhelbyvllle whereby its being works in Louisville whereby his by a modern structure worthy of the she was thrown out and one of her lgs badly Injured right arm was horribly mashed and people of Kentucky The suit will probably be trans Â¬ a long gash cut in his shoulder He The above very appropriate sug to tho U S so severely hurt that his arm gestion comes from Capt David A ferred Company is aCourt as the EX was press non resident was umputated on Saturday Grave Murphy who was manugijig editor OjS fears as to the result are felt by his of the Danville Ky Tribune from TitheC A m Kind You Hate Always Bought 1880 to 1880 Capt Murphy was Bigntti relatives in this city superintendent of the erection of our Before the discovery of Ono Min- Â¬ custom house and is well acquainted ute Cough Cure ministers were Stateop Ohio City of Toledo as greatly disturbed by coughing con- Â¬ with tho situation His suggestion Luoab County gregations No excuse for it now Is well worth considering In connec Frnnl J Chonfty makes oath that Tyler it Hemphill and W McKeo tion with the petitions now being no is tno senior partnor ot tne linn Iiardie circulated by our ladies throughout of F J Cheney Co doing business In tho city of Toledo county tlie State and to which reference is aforesaid and that said firm and Stato Elkhorn will pay made tho sum of ono hundred dollars for each and every caso of Catarrh that Old Elkhorn is a beautiful place can not be euro J by tho use of Halls That Throbbing Headache It marks back to a very old date Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Old citizens move out and new Would quickly leavo you If vou Sworn to beforo me nnd subscribed ones move In used Dr Kings New Life Pills in my presence this Oth day of Do Our town is not of monstrous size Thousands of sufferers have proved comber A D 1880 -- n A V CLE ASON but has many beautiful sights their matchless merit for Sick and f SEAL Notary Public They make milldam which cost thousands Nervous headaches The pure nerves and of dollars to build Its beauty is in build blood and strong Easy Halls Catarrh Curo Is tnkon irtor up your health to take comparison with Niagara Falls Tho Try them Only 25 cents Money nally and acts directly upon the blood and two streams North and South Elk back if not cured Sold by J V Send mucous surface of the system for testimonials free horn which meet at the covered Gayle druggist Halls Family Pills are tho best 1 Â¬ Â¬ bridge cz This very bridge where M Anthony Hopes New Romance Mnrlan Gray left her glove and hnndlcercltlef one dismal day She Anthony Hopes new romance h was rtittniug away front Hcd Stone which he has Just finished Is called For the speedy and permanent euro of Hall which was on South Elkhorn The Countess Emilia and has otter salt rheum nnd eczema Chain creek been purchased by the Ladles Home Cerlulns Eyo nnd Skin Ointment is without nn equal It relieves tho itch Now comes Steadman Park of H Journal In which periodical it will ng and smarting almost instantly and very recent date which goes to prove Immediately begin The story is Its continued ubo effects a permanent the increase of our place about a beautiful Countess She has juro It nlso cures itch bnrberB itch I jcnld head sore nipples itching piles Then the ruins of tho old Macklin quarreled with Iter husband and chapped hands chronio soro eyes ML and Mill which was built Just over tho they have decided to live in seclusion granulated lids Compton Hill It was destroyed by In separate wings or the castle Tills Cndvs Condition Powders for tire some eight years ago of which LI m they do until Captain Dieppe who horses nre tho best tonic blood purifier fact we all well know becomes a member of tho household nnd vermifuge Price 25 cents Soldby Then the cave which is said to ex Â¬ N Inadvertently opens a door through tend to Steadmantown Within tills which nre revealed to him the apart Â¬ Queen Crcscont Low Rates wonderful cave many curious at d ments or tho exiled Countess with wicked things are said to exist such the beautiful occupant standing In a Annual con volition National AmerÂ¬ as wild men snakes panthers and doorway The Captain falls In love ican Womans Sulfrage Association fish But nono have been killed or with the young woman and from Grand itapids Mich April 27 to anight But one thing is sure you this point there Is not a moments May 5 18 you can often hear noises and sounds Â¬ National Society Sons cessation In the romantic adventures ican Itovolutlon Detroit of tho Amer Mich May of a very queor kind as if the in Â¬ which ensue in the castle Its gar 118011 mates were having a wonderful feast American Library Association Con- Â¬ dens and neighboring places ol ren And this must be true as just after vention Atlanta Ga May 8 20 1899 dezvous you hear these mysterious sounds if Annual Encampment G A It of you will enter or just peep round As tho season of the year when Tennessee Itockwood Tenn May llUVU Wo CuilLct UlU you will see a table of rock with pneumonia la grippe sore throat 10111899 From points in Ten Â¬ nessee styles in Tailor Made coughs colds catarrh bronchitis cards and dico scattered about That and lung troubl s are to be guarded Drosses and Skirts wo If they were at mischief we can not against nothing Ms a fine sulsti Reduced Summer First Class doubt But we are glad to state that R can not fit you wo will tu e will answer the purpose or Round Trip Rates this is the only place within our is Just as good as One Minute have you ono made to Cough Cure This is tho one Infalbeautiful little town that wickedness Via Union Pncifio ltailroad ft order Beautiful suits from lible remedy for all lung throat or is said to be profound oronciuai troubles insist vigorously Tilly St Louis to Los Angeles and 1000 up The new Flairo AllKIE upon having it if something else return 5950 May St Lou s to Is offered you Tyler a Skirts from 200 up Hemph Hi onn p IC18C0 and return 6750 nnd W McKee Hordle A Thousand Tongues an to Denver ann return 2pou The Easts New Religious Figure Corresponding low rates from M DRESS GOODS Could not express the rapture of south and eastern points Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard For st Philadelphia Tiio policy of tho Ladles Home particulars address J F Aglar Pa when she found that Dr Kings New DNcov Journal in Its religious department Gen Agt St Louis Mo ery for Consumption had completely AND seems to be always to engage the pen cured her of n hacking cough that of the man most immediately prom for muny years had made life a bur Â¬ inent in the eyes of the religious den Ail other remedies and doctots Our lino vas never larger could give her no help but she says world Thus it has had the services It soon removed of this Koyal Cure Wo have all tho new of Mr Beecher Doctor Talmaire the pain in my chest and I can now Doctor Parkhurst Ian Maclaren and sleep soundly sometninir I can weaves and colors tho now now it will have those of Dr Newell scarcely remember doing before I BETWEEN Blues Greys and Castor ieei iiko sounumg its praises through- Â¬ Dwiglit Hillis the now pastor of out tho universe So will every shades are lovoly See M Plymouth Church in Brooklyn Louisville Evansville St Louis one who tries Dr Kings New Dis Doctor Hillis has given the Journal our line of Covert Suiting covery lor any trouble of the Throat AND ALL POINTH a series of articles upon which he Chest or Lungs Price 50c andl in wool at 30c and 50c SOUTHWEST WEST NORTHWEST Trial bottles free at J W Gayles had been working for over a year Can show you 40 different drugstore every bottle guaranteed The only line running three double previous to his Eastern call and the shades in Taffeta Silks first of thesearticieswlll bo published dally trains to Evansville without change with high bnok ooaohes and Our Frank in the next Issue of tho magazine from 50c to 90c yard car Tho Mireot line to St The series Is all connected in thought Earlor running two double daily trains Georgetown College of George- and presents the general subject of with high back seat coaches and irttlMi Ttf lino uatnii 1 lir Pullman sleepers through without IIO fl VUK DCIHrl llli ui tiia IThnRniinilsnfn TTnlirvr Tlfn II N ot tratiK liarret the Irinctton change Tioketson sale at L WASH GOODS office this city For information as thirdbaseman to coach the candi- Â¬ J Sheer Scdalia Mo conductor to rates route Sleeping car berths dates for the base ball team for sev- Â¬ on electric street car lino writes that etc call on A V Hito agent L N Barret eral weeks this spring In everv conceivable his little daughter was very low with R It or addresB played third on tho Princeton team croup and herlife was saved after all B L BRYANT style and color Wo are during the past two years and was H O Mobdue pnystclans nau failed only by using TPA looked npon as one of the best men Aflat G P A one minute Couch Curo Tvler making extra efforts this in his position on any of the big Hemphill and W McKee Hardie Eastern college teams He was grad- Â¬ spring to please our pa WM CROMWELL uated last June and is now at his Engine For Sale l trons in styles quality and home in Frankfort Attorney at Law Georgetown expects to put an un- Â¬ prices So pleaso call and usually strong team in the field tills A four nnd n half horse Dower pn 8C0 US year and with Jiarret as coach hopes Frankfort Kentucky glne uses either gasoline or gas and to make a strong bid for the Slate nas oeen nowiy overiiauled and put Also Real Estate Agent Wilt practice in tho College championship The new In nerfect runninc nrflw win h Courts of Franklin and tun adjoining counties coach will probably take charge of special attention to tne pur H sold nt a barcrain Annlv nt this and mill also give real etate collection ol rents chase and sale of tin- - candidates next week H office 9fitr elalros and tneneeotlatton ot loam We take the above from the Even ing Post of March 22 Mr Barret is an excellent all around base ballist and will make a number one co cli zxvyrs2cx3zy2Z Ts3 Skin Diseases Is m j h MMLJ MM Jrxr In Ir Â¬ Â¬ H Â¬ Silk The Henderson Ronte BEST IjIUTES Â¬ 2 - 4 m 1 Wr a I st Itt Wsilzel i DYSPEPSIA CUREDI AMEKI0AN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS DrBulls COUCH SYRUP ODonnell A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Burn and Constipation Â¬ I m ffll II M Â¬ Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets Â¬ Ml other remedies claiming to ouru Indigestion and dyspepsia oontnin PEPSIN in one of its forms ami aa loutf as PEPSIN is supplied to a weak or even healthy s to ran oil in the shape of modioine nature will cense to make it and the OYSPEPSIO will not be able to do without his nud of course never be cured of his DOSE trouble A atomach thnt will promptly digest food must make its own PEPSIN and not rely upon mediaino for this mojt Important agent -- American Dyspepsia Tablets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents but nro composed of four old and well known vegetable romedles which in combi- Â¬ nation will soon eCfoot a cure by restoring the stomach to its normal condition Wo furnish no book on the no ALMANAC STOMACH and its DISEASES no prize for the LARGEST uumber of wrappers but will send a trial box to any address free of cost AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up in Mo pnokagei and are to behadnt J W Gayles and W H AverillV or by addretdng THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO ITORXA LOUISVILLE KJ JACOB SWIGERT CO 1IJLXI cLXJm TJLgervta 101 AND 102 ANN STREET BMoment of th Capital Hotel IS 4 1 inrrin r iimrri rTTHriii POTfnBBRI irT Bill imrrTii TPV A Coal Cook Stove for 5 iJMb nSH 0a My lino of Itangos Cook mid Heating Stoves is tlio Inrgcst nnd cheapest in the city Tin Iron and Slnto Roofiing Guttering nnd Repair work of all kinds solicited Work done promptly and satisfaction guaranteed Whon in need ot anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article usually kept in a first class China Store call and I see my stock No trouble to show g ds P lite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call Auother Cuba Letter We have been permitted to pub Jlsh the following lejter from Dr Xen H Hughes who id a contract surgeon with the army in Cuba which was written to his father Mr Jas W Hughes in this city It will well repay a perusal ClENFUKOAS March 22 1899 JJj Dear Pa I thought I would write you a few lines all to yourself and tell you a little about the part of Cuba that I think will interest you more than the others that is the farming c I spent the day last Saturday at Horlnguera a small sugar plan- Â¬ containing four thousand What do you think of that Acres for a farm The place is owned by Mr Pompet an American He lives in Philadelphia during the summer nndi m nativeborn American though he is of French descent The place 3a on the Cienfucgas Santa Clara Railroad Just 12 miles from Clen rfeugas and his farm extends along the railroad ior five miles The immense a gar mill and his winter residence are about in the center of his farm and lie has a small narrow guage railroad of his own that runs around over Implantation He owns the little station and he lso has a little street railway that tation IE Does Your Back Ache In constant pain when onl your feet Is that dragging pulling sensation with you from morn till night Why not put tho medicine exactly on the disease Why Lnot apply tho cure right toi the spot itself I t You can do it with h 1 mi1 DrAyers Cherry Pectoral Plaster Immediately after the Piaster is applied you foel jits warming soothing in- - Ifluence Its healing remedies lauicklv Bonotrate down deeD into the inflamed tissues Fain is quieted soreness is re- Â¬ lieved and strength imparted m m platter was ever mide like It no platter ever acted so quickly aad thoroughly No platter ever No kladt ol pais kad ibco complete control over all a powerful aid to Ayera Placed over tho chest it is Cherry Pectoral relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation yon NALirf nv alt mtnoniATii U VU JOWSU J ATEK HMI runs from the station out about half a nnd by tho time tho whole patch has mile to his residence and sugar mill been gone over tho first plants cut I went out with dipt Lunoke the have grown up again then they depot quartermaster here and his commence over again and so on wife and sister and Capt Fenton until the wet season commences As the depot commissary omcers Capt a general rule each plant can be cut Lunoke telephoned to him Friday four times although In extra good night that we were coming out tho ground n fifth crop will grow up be next day so he had everything pre Â¬ fore tho wet season commences pared to give us a warm welcome They cultivate tobacco just as we do I never enjoyed a day so much in only they havent as good imple my life and I would like to farm if ments The worms are the regular I could do It as he does Wc left old fashioned American worm only here at 730 a m and arrived at more destructive probably as Senor Horlnguera at 8 SenorPompet met Pompet said If you let them get a us at the station with one of his little start they can cat up a whole crop in mule cars und took us out to his one night It made me feel at homo house He has ti lovely wife and when I went to his tobacco pati h two sons und it is quite a little town and saw a lot of men and boys pick- Â¬ around his mill and residence ing off worms and suckers After wn had rested he took us They cut their tobacco differently through the mill and we saw them from us and they handle it more grinding the cane cooking tho juice Carefully A good sized plant will separating tho sugar from the mo havo about ten or twelvo leaves on lasses and every process up to where It others will make about three cuts tho raw sugar is put into sacks for cutting tho stem into about four Ho only makes the raw shipment pieces with two or three leaves on a brown sugar und he sells it in that never split tho stalk stage to the rellneries In the United piece They and they never haul tho tobacco Stated and they finish it up into the is green They dont have ditlerent grades of sugar that you while it any sticks but they carry the pieces buy In the stores We finished looking ut the mill In their hands and hang them on a gardens c near the house by about scaffold made of long poles It cures 11 oclock und then wo had break up in a very short time out of dqors strip It It last You know they only have two Then thev haul it In and Is nearly always in case early in the meals a day here Every one gets up early and takes a cup of cofTee morning as the nights are so damp then they do all their work while it1 The sugar cane only has to be Is cool Then they have breakfast planted ubout onco every twenty at 11 or 12 oclock then go to sleep years unless it happens to catch on orrestuntll about 4 oclock when fire when it is generally spoiled they get up and have a cup of tea The late war played havoc with the then they have dinner at G oclock cano fields as both tho Spaniards and Atier breakfast wo rested awhile insurgents burned them whenever and then he ordered one of his little they got a ehance The cane is cut railroad engines and an open air car every year and it grows right up something like a summer street car again from the old roots but the and wo all got in and rodo all over crop generally runs out In about six Sugar is teen to twenty four years his immense plantation his principal crop but besides lie Sweet potatoes grow wild on the raises a good deal of tobacco some island but they are much larger if corn potatoes c and a great cultivated a little You never have deal of fruit of all kinds He has to plant them but once and then the about 30 acres in bananas and also question is how to get rid of them if an orange grove of about 25 or 30 you wish to plant anything elso on acres Besides tills any number of tho same ground The poor people cocoauut lemon lime grape friilt live principally on sweet potatoes pomegranuto trees c growing Senor Pompets plantation is laid around all over his place He has off with his residence mill Ac in four or flvu hundred tenants on the tho center and then four or five place iomoof them work in the lines of railroad running out like the mill and on tho plantation and tho spokes to a wheel so tho cane can bo others raise tobacco potatoes c on brought in from uny point on the the shares From the way ho talks farm He has five small locomotives 1 guess his tobacco tenants uro about and lota of cirs This farm was out- Â¬ or entrenchments as yours are sometimes side the trocha as worthless He Jumped on a fellow Saturday be Â¬ surrounding Clenfeugas hence It had cause he went to town to a celebra- Â¬ to bo guarded during tho war Senor tion und tho worms nearly ate his Pompet built a number of block houses und ho kept 200 Spanish sol- Â¬ crop up or The tobacco here is much smaller diers and 250 Guardl Civil private militia to guard his plantathan ours and it has a small almost round leaf They set out their to- Â¬ tion all ut his own oxpenso Now bacco in November or Decomber ho files a big U S flag over his sugar and then cut lour crops off it by May mill and la red hot In favor of hav 1st when the rainy season com Â¬ lug Cuba annexed to the U S i mences I send you ono or two pictures All crops aro raised hero during tho taken on this plantation I will send Everything stops you some more when they uro fin Â¬ winter season rainy season com ished I would glvo anything if you work when the mences as it is Imposslblo to do any could see this beautiful plantation cultivating from about the middle of It is ono of tho prettiest und largest Tho gathering on tho Island Ho has an electric May to October fur fruits Ac Is Just about light plant and an lco plant on tho seiison this time of year that is during place So it lsjust like a little world He said tho whole March April and May Every thing all in itself thing as it stood land houses ma summer months rots during tho chinery nnd everything represented When tobacco gets pretty well an investment of about half a million grown thoy go over It nnd cut tho dollare This Is ono of tho prettiest planta biggest plants Thoy keep this up Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I tions on tho island but isnotquito tho largest The largest plantation on the island I suppose is Solidad It Is on tho coast abouttwenty miles RAILWAY from here and is owned by Mr IN KENTUCKY behednle tu ellooi Do- 18 1808 Atkins an Englishman Caracas KABTnopfi No No No X is another large one near here so Lv Louisville 740am 3apm 745ji 9 Warn StfJpm 907pm Ar Shelbyvllle you see this Is about the finest farm Ar 955am 5Bpm 960pm Larenccbg Ar Versailles ing district in Cuba 1016am 617pm 1000pm 1045am 645pm lOXpm At Lexington Well I guess I have eiven vou a WK8T1IOIJND No 6 Noit No Lv Lexington 730am 4 25pm Mftua small Idea of Horlnguera proAr Versailles Warn 4 52pm 53Tam nounced Ormugera and that Is a Ar Larenccbg- RCOam 515pm 555am 9 12am 605pm 632am type of most of the best sugar planta Ar Shelbyvllle 10 40am 7 35pm 756am Ar LouIhvIHo tions Although there are many Tralnn Nos I 2 5 and 6 carry Free ObservaChair Cam between Louisvlllo anil Lx smaller ones and a few larger ones tiontoil ng they could not be prettier or bettor EASTI1DUNO WESTBOUND No 12 No 14 managed Senor Pompet and his Nil IX No 11 STATIONS Lv Loulsvll Ar family come to Cuba every yearabout 3J0pm 740am Ar LnrnrbrgAr 735pm 10 40am 555pm 510pm 8 10am 55am 4 d45pm Ar he 1st of October or November when 7O0pml 10 41im Ar IlurodsbgAr 4 25pm 720am t 15pm 710am 1055am uurgin lv the mill starts and they stay here EASTOODND WESTDOCND No 16 tNo 68 until about May or June when tho No 15 No 07 STATIONS Lv Loulsvll l30Dm mill closes for theeummer and thoy 5 02pm 740am Ar Shelbvll Ar 1040am 72Spm 9 00am Ar 9 12am 605pm 017pm I0l6im Ar Versllcs Ar 7 60am 415pm go to Philadelphia and spend the 640pm 1110am Ar Midway Ar 730am 338pm summer I am out of paper so must 710pm i 06pm Ar ucorgtn uv 700am soopm EA9TBOUND WESTBOUND close with the hope that you will No No 5 No 6 No 2 STATIONS enjoy this brief description of Hor 740am ajopm Lv Iulavll Ar 1040am 735 pm 620pm Lv Vcrsllea Ar 750am 4 45pm lnguera witn love to an i am as 10iam 7 ttipm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 6 58am 355pm 1102am ever lt58pm 805pm ArKlchmndLv 605am 300pm Your loving son h50UTHERN I 1 5- - Â¬ 1 B I I 1 P S I forgot to say that the whole porch and side of Senor Pompets residence is covered with immense Martschal Nell and American Beauty rose bushes They are now In flull bloom in the open air and are perfectly beautiful These roses in the States you know sell for about 5 to S7 a dozen and they only grow in green houses Here thoy grow wild out of doors all the year round Len 105pm Ar Irvine Lv STATIONS Grim Grips Deadly March Deals Death 3 tl Destruction to Many Â¬ Boston New York Philadelphia Washington Louisville Terrorized by the All the Great Awful Scourge Lv Louisville Ar Lexington At KnoxvllloT Ar Asbovllle Ar Savannah 50am 900am Ar Jacksonville 555pm 645am Chattanooga Ar 1ULHU m 1150am Ar Atlanta I OOim 2 25pm Ar Maon 55am 955pm Ar Jacksonville 610pm 655am Lv Chattanooga lOiSpm lMan Ar Illimlngham 2 3 iam 955pm Ar Meridian 830am 830am Ar New Orleans Cincinnati Florlila Train No havani Limited carries Through Drawing Room Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville connect at Lexing Â¬ ton orChattanocga with Pullman Sleeping cm for New Orleans Free Cbalrcars between Louisville and Lexington Observation Chair cart between Lexington and Itome Cote cars ele gunt conches Train No 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be tueen Louisville Chnttanoora and Waning hum also Through Sleeping cars from Lexing ton to Jacksonville via Ashevlllo nnd Savan Â¬ nah also via Chattanooga nnd Atlanta N Lexington to Cbntt change Free Chair hrough Mecplng cars Lexington to nooirn New Orleans Daily except Sunday A WUEDON STSW1VT Lexington K Louisville Ky FSGNNi NSd VPftOM J M CULPT M Washington DO Washington D C WMIL TAYIXEAGPA WATCItKOPA Washington D C Louisville Ky 1 1 Â¬ 1 30pm No I No 3 740am 745pm 1045am 1035pm 700pm 745am 5 10am 115pm er PTA PTA Centers oi Population Affected Â¬ TO- - The depressing effects of the present epidemic of Grip uro apparent everywhere Teachers clerks business men mechanics laborers street car drivers school children police officers and even the doctors all In connection with thi Southern Pacific furnish victims by tho hundreds No remedy yet di covered can show results equal to Dr Miles Through Weekly Nervine Restorative It qulcky overcomes theoxecesslvooxhaustion Invigorates tho appetite and assists Tourist Sleeping Gar nature to throw off tho deadly ml crobes from the system In times of epidemic like the present it Should Leaving Cincinnati nnd Louisville on I C R It be taken as a preventive of disease fast New Orleans Limited train Grip had left me a physical EVERY THURSDAY wreuit weak helpless and miserable For Los Angeles nnd San Francisco without could not eat could not sleep change The Limited also connects at New I could not gain any strength nnd had Orleans dally with Express Train for the 1acino nervous prostration of the worst Coast and on Tuesday and Saturdays with the kind Our home physician could not help me and I commenced using SOKSEi UNITED RHHEX Dr Miles Nervine Tho first nights of the Southern Pacific giving special through sleep that I had had in four months service to San Francisco Piirtrculnrs of Agents unu connecting i u it came as tho result of two first doses ut m HATCH itDlv Pass Agent lines SO Cincinnati 0 When I had taken two bottles I felt JNO A 8COTT Dy Puss Agent Memphis better than I had beforo in years and continued to improve until I was A II HANSON o p a Chicago entirely cured W i KKLLOND ao p Louisville Em Woodakd Plymouth Ills All druggists aro authorized to sell Try tho Capital Stonm Laun Â¬ Dr Miles Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle benefits or money re dry for u clean shirt or collar funded Bo sure and get Dr Miles Telephone 17 16 tf Booklet on heart and Nervine sent free Address Nerves For Sale Du Milks Medical Co Elkhart Â¬ c ALIFORNI A via NEW ORLEANS A Â¬ Ind OA IT C3TIX Ihe Beui the Kind You Haw Always A Signature of C6azMl Beautiful and stylish family horse absolutely reliable 2o bupjry and nice sot of harness Rare bargain Inquire at this oillce 3lMt I V1 uinrmnnjuinjvnnnrtnjiniuinjinnjinnnnnnnj iiSB iOiOn o i ptt Mn - AINU s pot t n tit t r ir t i o IS LULLAnvDULMJioB rinnnnnminnnjtrinnnnjiminnnnrtrimtnnnnnnnnn n ti IN FRENCH GRAY ANTIQUE GOLD JEWELED AND ENAMELED WAIST SETS HAT PINS SASH PINS ZAZA SKIRT PINS CYRANO CHAINS CHAIN PURSES OUR STYLES ARE PRETTIER THAN EVER MANY PATTERNS TO SELECT FROM WE ARE ALSO LEADERS IN LORGHNETTE CHAINS NETHERSOLE BRACE LETS FRIENDSHIP HEARTS STERLING MOUNTED NOVELTIES AND TOILET WARE i ifi J I 4 J h mi 4iT5f Him MA RELIGIOUS SELBERT Southern Presbyterian Oiiurob Â¬ Juiruinruinnruumruian nsuxnn nnnixniuuinrinnnnsuinnsvisirisvxnniux Reliable Jeweler Â¬ jny Mh IHv 11 y Rev Wm Crowe jr tho pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m CHURCH A8CENSI0N EPI8C0PAL Sunday school at 930 a m Rev R L McOready rector Mr Young Peoples Socioty of Christian Robt Emmet Abraham assistant Endeavor meets at 645 p m Communion at 0 m Holy Prayer meeting Wednesday even Divlno service sermon and Holy ing at 730 11 a m Communion at To all public is 430 p m Childrens Service with cordiallytheso meetings the invited Infant Baptism Service on Wednesday at 430 p tn Y M O A NOTES At the 11 oclock service and at 430 p m the music will be ii special Tho closing address of the Loy feature and will be rendered by the alty series will be given by Rev vested choii of the church assisted Geo Darsie who will speak on tho by other local talent The church theme Loyalty to Conscience in will be most beautifully decorated tho Association rooms Sundav after for tho occasion and the offering at noon at 330 oclock Come in young both services will bo for the new men ana enjoy good singing ana Parish House which the congrega- hear an enthusiastic address that tion is about to erect for the Sunday- - will interest you schools societies c The following is the musical proIt is hoped that tho members and gramme for 11 a m friends of the Association will show Hymn 111 their appreciation of the noble efforts Professional Burnap of the liadiesJUommitteo by attend Easter Anthem Mozart ing the Poster Show which is to Gloria Patri Louis Dressier be given in the Opera House next Te Deum Tours Monday evening April 3rd The Jubilate Hymn 116 ladies have been very busv during Introlt 121 me past two weens flvmn arranging a novel 01Fertory Ye Easter Bells Dressler and interesting program which can- Â¬ Hymn 520 not fail to please those who patronize Rotrocessional Sunday school at 045 a m in the the entertainment Chapel The meeting held in tho Y M O AH seats free and everyone corA gymnasium last Sunday has been dially welcome to all services characterized by many of the regular the Sunday Baptist Church Rev M B attendants at gathering of rally as the the past Adams the pastor will preach at year grandest than one More hundred men 11 a m and 730 p m The Young Peoples Society will young and old were present and listened with rapt attention to tho meet at 630 p m Junior Young Peoples Society eloquent address on a theme of great importance JA meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in of Lexingtongiven by DrJoseph Stucky Taking as an tho Chapel example tho speaker made a conPrayer meeting Wednesday night vincing appeal for a higher type of at 730 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet manhood which must have left a deep and lasting impression upon immediately after the the minds and hearts of all present Sunday school in the Chapel at 945 The musical program including a L violin a pi Special classes for young men Harris selection playedbyby Mr M Sir J and vocal solo Seats free and all are cordially in VanDorveor a was greatly enjoyed by cited the audience Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Graham C M Kash to Labrot No 52 Gra B N Grehan to Labrot ham No 62 bottling GraW H Bowling to Librot ham No 52 meal room J L Cox to E II Taylor Are cordially invited to call at J TT1 Sons No 53 Jr j P G Powell to E H Taylor Jr Dry Goods Emporium and examine the beautiful line of London and Parisian Dress Pat- Â¬ Soih No 53 bottling J E Moore to E rl Taylor jr terns Silk Waist Patterns Imported and Domestic Wash Sons No 53 additional Goods Piques Ducks Uertim- - Modras Cloths Ginghams John Vimont to E H Taylor Jr Laces and Embroideries now on exhibition We have the Sons No 53 meal room antl most comPlete line ini the A Prank Hurting to E H Taylor jr A city Prices the lowest Sbe Sons No 53 night U II ciai sale oi uiacK Dress Goods and Silks Tuesday Marchj Wilkerson to J JM Saffell No 111 28th Special Bargains in White Goods next weak H S Sinclair to J N Blake- more No iG Z T Phelps to W A Gaines Co No 100 J CVTodd toW A Gaines Co No 100 additional E E Piiee to W A Gaines Co 311 No 106 bottling John D Shy to W A Gaines Co No I0G meal room Price Berryman to W A Gaines Co No 100 night Jus W Robinson to E H Taylor jr Co No 113 J G Bruwncr lo E H Taylor jr Co No 113 bottling A W Nazor to E 11 Taylor Ir Co No 113 meal room AJX1 Allen N Cisco to E H Taylor jr Co No 113 night THE LADIES of FRANKFORT Jtl r Ci FT vK j Â¬ j fTTCyOr fJ i rj f Dp EPQHP LjrirJiliZ m tid ii HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium Broadway THE BEST M f -t i ml GROCERIES AND LIQDORS M 4 prayer-meet-n- g It 11 8TOIIEKEEPER GAUGKK8 S Drake to Laval Mayse No C H Tulbott to John T Barbee No 32 W L Baker to Z T S Hers No 49 LOWEST PRICES AJI DUtrlctlfJourt OHUtSTUS Wrsie the pastor will preach 11 OmJBon Rev George t Revenue Asslgpments w Subject The Living One The following are the assignmentB At 730 p m the Junior Endeavor of revenue oillcers in this division of will glue an interesting Easter Exthe 7th District us made by Collector ercise entitled Go and Tell Young Peoples Society of Chris Roberts for the month of April tian Endeavor meets at 645 p m HTOKEKEIUERS in tho chapel Leader Mrs Amelia E P Darnaby to Ky River DistilB Saffell The Birthday of Hope Topio lery No 2 Prayer meeting Wednesday night H S Howes to Ky River DIs In the Chanel at 730 oclock illery No 2 meal room Topic The Spirit of Mlbsions Junior Endeavor meets Friday J P Rollinger to Ky River Dis afternoon at 330 oclock tillery No 2 additional Sunday school meets at 930 B II Gnmett to Ky River DistilThe public will bo cordially welto all theso services and es lery No 2 night comed pecially strangers in the city J M Withrow to W A Gaines Co No 4 Catholic UnuKon The usual serCraig to W A Gaines k vices to morrow conducted by Rev Co No 4 additional Major tho pastor Father Thomas Low mass at 730 a m High mass Jas K Parker to V A Gaines Vespers at 730 p m 10 am Co No 4 meal room J II Wilson to W A Gaines First Presbyterian church Rov J McOlusky Blayney D D tho Co No 4 night B N Webster to W A Gaines pastor will preach at 11 a in and 730 p m Co No 1 bottling Sunday school at 045 am A W Stanhopo to S J Green Christian Endeavor Society meets acfl45p m in Sunday school room bau in No 9 Prayer moetiug Wednesday even II P Jouett to S J Greenbaum ing at 730 No i additional Davenport to S R Methodist Church Rov T F baumIINo 0 meal room J Green Taliaferro the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Jno M Stevenson to S J Green Â¬ Sunday school moots at 030 a in baum No 0 night Prayer meeting Wednesday ovenG B Hale Jr to John Cochran ing at 730 Tho Pastors Aid Society will moot Co No 37 at 3 oclock each Wednesday after R II Whlltlngton to John Cochran noon Co No 17 bottling Epworth League in Sunday school James Murray to John Cochran it room at 045 p m OOloial Board meetsTuosday even Co No 37 meal room ing Lee Thompson to John Cochran The public cordially Invltod to at Co No 37 night tend Â¬ Â¬ am J 59 D Nash to W J Frazler No John T Berry to Glen Spring DU In t tlllBry No 67 P S Rule to Mul litis Crlglerj in No 105 OAUOERS Â¬ G G Berry to Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TJ 90 No 113 No 37 and J Eugene Craig to Labrot Graham a nefpuptr printed ImiWM district and tnat an known creditors anii unrr persons in nueresi No 52 mar appear ut ctld time and pluco and show wry the W B Jenkins to E II Taylor Jr cause ir any tlieyliaVe grunted prayer of said petitioner Uiould not be nt tlllnab tiA hAnnmlila ItTn a Vtrntia 1I Sons No 52 entries sild court and the seal thereof Ht Krinkfort n nD J W Jewett to W A Gaines k unlit dhtrlbt on the 28th day of MarchlIfTK WI UllAlJMN 19J U T it WIAHU V C Co No 10G entries 3l lt A J Lynch to W A Gaines Co No 4 and J N Blakemore No Air Ilacketts Loss Settled I E H Taylor jr Co John Cochran P Williams rectifier persons Laving claims against the estate of llnnVUl flafAllflAt aVA herahv linHHaH tn this 28th Jay of Mnrcu Ai Di Hrfo oh 5 considering tlio petition of the aforesaid Mnk biesent the same to me proven as required by rupt for discharge tiled on the 28th daj of JtiWi law on or before May 1st 1899 1831 A It Is ordered by Uvejconrt tHnt n UAIIUUI JU1IN March 4 lm lisarlnz be had upon the same on tneQtn day of Administrator lthJ before siild cohrl lit Louis Â¬ April A I ville In said district at lOoclopVlnttie forenoon or as near thereto us nrucM alM and that notl e ri matier of tn of the United tu pistrlct of KentiMjr Jn BwnUrnitcr A BANKRUPT I m ii Dram Notice NOTICE lfm FRANKLIN CIRCUIT COUniC J II Swltzor Adrnr of Willis Baker Pill x versus Kate Holder to haWng claims ngaliutr ttie estate A1I of Wlills Hiker deceased Hr hereby notllled to1 appear bejore me und prove lliolr claims us re- iiuiroii oj iaw or present tne same to m proven ui quired by law on or beloie April IDtl 1899 By order of court entered MarhJ5th 1899 W II Pi SKY m ru tattsfor tifi Ativm n wacoon 5Mfn M V -I J A 1 C f Â¬ Â¬ Bucknor McElroy to W A Gaines To whom It may concern In Match 1893 I Insurecliniy burn in Ky ironers Insurance Co Co No 4 entries lor f350 at tho same time I Insured lie inn and corn Ins mm oaili for JGS0 making S100U I M G Onelll to John Cochran Mv rMllfilau litivn liin ntilH inat tuv lifirn 11 trt Co No 37 and Kentucky Ittverilnull Thifro wimsome delay in the settlement Wl IIJJ HIMHH UlUUh MtD UCUtU Ui Jli i lft Distillery No 2 Kendall the leneral Jlamicer of tlio lomnanv made settlement tills the to S J Orconbaum but In the loneral iamwr day received with fail PPParlsh present I tne niiountofmy claim with lnteroit tlifreon I No entries cheerfully endorse and recommend thecompany S D Plnkerton to S J Green This March 23th 1899 II F Hacklit ai it baum No t JM Jiiwwll toK II Taylor Jr Wall Paper Sons No 53 and W A Gaines No 100 C 30000 bolts of wall paper at low r SaHoH to Ky lUver Distil V Remington and Crawford prices lery No 2 entries bicycles M A Coiunh T II Shelly to John Cocliran 31 tf Co No 37 entries CUBED with TCBetoblo D Ii Wulcutt to K II Taylor Jr Kemedles Have cured ASons No 113 entries iimiiy uiousuiu CBBei called honelMKH Tn ton W L Yellman to J tt J jr Saf tyi at least tyv othlrdi of all symptomi remov fell No 11 tAaireaimentrree ii U H GEJSEH8 S0HS Uoz K Atlanta Ua OX JtluiiJSilm i i it CommlssljncrJVC SPRNQ1899 TREES PLANTS VINES v IW Â¬ Branll FrnitB and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ no agents but sell dlreot at rensonnble prioes Strawberry and Treo Catalogues oir np Fruit and Ornamental Tnei Shrubs plloatiou to Tolaplione 397 Feb25 8m E F HILLENMEYER Xjosclaagrtoii KZyL t I- - DROPSY For Rent I i f 5 i Â¬ Wappliitf street Apply to 302t irns II II Watson A liouso of nine rooms located on t TIWV m JOHNSON ADVANCE SALE OF ORGAN DIES All of our 45 40 and Z7lAc Organdies at 30 cents per yard this Â¬ SXX 33LAI3V So STREET HOGE WHITE GOODS j I I i - week on jsetle tlxis xxxoam IxxgT our first ijmLpcirtaticxri 0 I iOXXCiOXa FlOlXIld IEE atS R7 p ULt iJest blue calicos 4 cents per yard aild SailorS 8 1 30 Check Nainsooks 5c yard and up per India Linens 5c 7j4c 8 i3c 10c per yard and up India Dimity checks and stripes ai u cents per yaru Kid Gloves for Easter All the new shades including Cyrano 1 7c FRANKFORT DEATHS - NiCKKir In this city on Sunday morning Mr W F Nickel son of Men pnt in the best years of their Uvea in the pursuit of riches One class worksÂ¬ with the head and the other with the mus cles Each cares more for dollars than for health The brain is taxed to the utmost patent Hour on earth Mr Fred Nickel uged 25 years of h measles Mr Nickel wus nn Industrious and upright young inun He leaves a young wife who was a Miss Mar-Â¬ shall granddaughter of Mr M H and one child P WilHums sr sincerely mourn will jtfany friends his untimely death The funeral took place at his homo on Clinton street on Monday after-Â¬ noon at 2 oclock services being con- Â¬ ducted by Itev Geo Darsie and the remains were placed in our cemetery Gaines Mrs Margaret Gaines widow or George W Gaines died Tridny morning of a complication of diseases at the homo of her J H Neff on North street aged about 75 She had been ill but a few days Deceased who was born in Anderson county was a member of the Cumberland Presby Â¬ terian Church and an excellent Chris Â¬ tian woman Five children survive her Mrs J H Neff this city James Fla George 3aines Jacksonville Oaines Lawrenceburg Ky S T 3aines Chicago 111 the last three being present at the funeral which was conducted by Rev J K Smith Sunday afternoon ut the family res- Â¬ idence followed by interment in the Richmond cemetery RichmondReg son-in-la- w In evolv- in and excuting schemes and the bodv is worn out villi constant unremitting toll just about the time a man stops to take account of things he finds the dollars have come but health has departed Then he reverses matters completely He devotes the rest of his life Miles BKEAKFASTFLAKEsniado to spending his dollars to regain his health What a man with worn out body and of tho very best Kentucky wheat tired brain needs most of all is a good carefully selected and thoroughly stomach Dr Pierces Golden Medical cleaned All the woody outer coat Â¬ Discovery Is the proper remedy to set the ing of the bran being scoured off and stomach right This medicine will make his appetite good make his weak stomach then crushed by an improved pro Â¬ strong and help It to digest the food he puts cess It is easllv nreuared for break into it Good digestion makes pure blood fast as this crushing process makes1 and pure blood vitllizes the whole system it soft and tender and easy to cook This great remedy also cures those who Very much superior to oat meal or have sore throat a persistent cough weak and bleeding lungs and bronchitis all of cracked wheat the most delicate Miles which often arise from weak stomach and yrf In jj m properly cooked it makes a more palatable bread than white flour Highly recommended by medical authorities for persons having indoor employment and of sedentary habits Miles Ghaham Flouk the very finest quality of Graham Hour ever put on this market Not a mixture of bran and low grade flour but the whole product of the best wheat thoroughly cleaned and ground by an improved process Miles Germolina a perfect breakfast food Made of wheat Con taining all tho valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus- Â¬ taining life and building up the tis sues of the body Superior to oatmeal Â¬ Â¬ contains all the nutritive elements of the wheat berry The coarse woody fiber alone being eliminated If Miles J E M Flouk tho bes Milks Whole Wheat Flouk KENTUCKY smim shoes Come and see the beautiful styles we are show- Â¬ ing this spring in ladies shoes and oxfords The most complete line we have ever had the pleasure of showing the best materials VW VV S35C yytyryq The Delsarte shoe on the latest lasts and made of In the height of style ItTrcyg VH yy ly ty nyiyyii V V N The famous Queen Quality fi shoe The most widely advertised womans shoe in the country and by lar tne best sold at this price i2S2Z2kSSSa2A2i2S2SSS252IS2SS2S2SE2S2S2Si S3 VV fjvjy CC consequent indigestion It Is a cleansing strengthening purlfiying invigorating alterative tonic It puts life into the blood and nerves into the brain and body It cures every form of indigestion makes the sleep sound and nerves steady There Is nothing so good and you should refuse all substitutes offered by dealers Â¬ ws m WW mil nft I1 Mrs Gaines had a number of rel- Â¬ atives in this county to whom this will be sad news Y M C As Appeal Stouoiiton At the residence of son Mr George Stoughton in her Thf local Y M 0 A has been in Washington City on Sunday Mrs Rebecca Stoughton widow of the operation three years and as the aclate Col James Stoughton one of the counts of the past year will be closed well known citizens of the olden In n few days the following state ment regarding the present financial times Stoughton was closo to 90 condition and outlook will doubtless Mrs years of ago and had been a member prove of interest to tho citizens of of the Episcopal Church for many Frankfort Thus far sufficient funds have been years rtnialn3 were brought hero on secured from memberships subscrip The Tuesday the funeral services were tons and entertainments to meet conducted from the Cemetery Chapel the current expensos of the past by Rev R L McCready after twelve months and reduco tho In- Â¬ Which the body was placed In the debtedness to tho extent of two hun- dred dollars still leaving 1160 of family lot the debt which had been carried BIRTHS over from the second year Toward tiie material reduction of thU re Â¬ Keves In this city on Tuesday maining indebtedness tho members morning to Mr Frank W Keyea themselves have pledged 300 in and wife u daughter Minnie VVU special subscriptions und the L idles Committee will dovoto the proceeds llaras of the Poster Show to the same Third Kentucky on the Way Home end While this condition is grat Â¬ ifying as compared with tho outlook The Third Kentucky Volunteers at the beginning of tho fiscal year were loaded on a transport on Thurs yot the Directors feel that tho future day and are now on the way back good of the Association demands home They will be unloaded at that the present debt bo reduced to Savannah Ga and mustered out six nunurcu uoiiars or less ll pos- Â¬ sible und to this end they earnestly there hope that those friends of tho work Post Lenten Service who appreciate Its valuo but havo not contributed towards Its support The ladles of Ascension Church this year will rally to tho assistance Guild will give their usual post of tho management at this time If lenten supper Wednesday evening every business man and young man April 12th from 0 to 10 p 111 In tho In Frankfort not now patronizing tho Dehoney storeroom on Main street Association would holp to the extent next door to Mrs Kate Welchs Tho of a membership tho entire debt menu will include all tho delicacies could bo wiped out Let it bo a Public cordially In Â¬ long pull a strong pull and u pull of tho season vited ultogether and tho greatly desired result will be achieved Capital of Philippines Taken Â¬ iter I had catarrh for four years and alio liver and kidney trouble writes John A Calloway Esq of No 318 36th Street Columbus Ga Wheat when It would commence troubling me I All manufactured by would have a slight aching a little below the MILES SON chett In i8of I broke out in lumps all over and when these left the skin peeled off I took six Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky bottles of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery two bottles of his Pleasant Pellets and I be- 19 tf lieve I am ajuai and well I have a good appetite before I commenced treatment I bad na appetite at all Â¬ from preparation wheat Well adapted for use in the sick 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 Farina yrTMrwrisnzrywvwwwsyv A very handsome line of oxfords in black and tan patent leather or kid tips cloth or leather tops Newest toes ClJlO iUfUii tfj O kS Henry Koehler Company Lumber Dealers of Louisville Ky invite correspondence with mill men who have lumber for sale They buy Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed card Dry or Green Write them 31 6m t iLijiyiit7jjjAAAJUyjfy R K McGLURE JKX A nne of ladies shoes that j will astonish vou Lifrht soft uppers flexible soles shoes good as most of those costing 250 ff JJ j Â¬ Â¬ SON 2 NERVOUS WEAK DISEASED MEN Â¬ it asagaeaoa NO CURE NO PAY THE NEW METHOD TREATMENT original with Dn K A K will positively cure forever any form of lllooil or Sexual dieenso It is the result of 20 cars experienco in tho treatment of boss dlsoates WE CURE SYPHILIS Thll tfirrllilo Illootl Poison tho terror of mankind ileitis readily to our NEW Ilewaro of Mercury TREATMENT Iotasb ete lueymajr ruin your system you harosoresin tbo mouth or tongue If pains in inu juiuib poru lutvai uuir ur eyebrows falling out pimples or blotches achet etc you hin e tbo secondary stage or ibis mood roison no soncu ino most obstinate cases and challenge tho wnrlil fornrnsnwo accent for treatment Hil Annnn im ll nlM Mltmnt th ulcers heal the hair grows again pains disappear the sum becomes neaiiny aim marrlago Is poieiblo and safe Florida0 Havana Solid trains finest In the South Cincinnati to JacsonviiIi daily via the Queen and Crescent and con iectins lines Through connections to Tarnra Mia nl or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and I ow ban Juiii rate round trip tickets lie Train Service is per feet in detail Fast schedules 24 hours to Jackson 1 Â¬ ville 54 hours to Cincinnati Â¬ CURES GUARANTEED Thousand of voune and middlaited men havo their vigor and vitality sapped by early abuses later excesses ineutai norrr etc No matter the cause our New Method Treatment is tho refuge I Jf w2sV-- JANitAco MBSB7r 2BMgasHsrr L Havana vyQRiNtmoN apA Cincinnati WECUREIMPOTENCY And restore nil 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eireois mm suiowaiKsuro very narrow I got into Morro Castle a privilege ascertain that she is or is not tho The fortifications here do not which a number of our olllcers did 3d Ky Inpty U S V I Matanzas Cuba We do not know that amount to much Fort San Severlno not get to enjoy while there It is a Minnewaska March yl 2 1899 we are to return on this vessel how being the principal one It I in sight massive structure and Americans Editor Roundabout camp ever Further out toward the might have had some trouble taking The chief topic of conversation U S Transports have red white ocean on this side of the buy were it unles they could have dropped among the Kentucklans here is in and blue painted on the smoke stacks two sand batteries At tho further Bhells inside of it regard to our returning to the States and this gives some hope even one is where the mule is said to have I went to the cemetery while there and being mustered out After we though they anchor so far out that been killed during thcbattle between They have some very fine monu- Â¬ have gotten home and had a rest a we cant read the names the fortifications and part of Samp- ments but a large number of graves number may re enlist with either the The weather taken as a whole sons blockading fleet aro marked with what seemed to bo new volunteers or the regulars bu since we have been here has been I have visited one small fort on wooden crosses They have a house at present there is a pretty general delightful it being about like our the other side which does not offpr there in which they keep bodies in a desire to go home We expect to summers One great comfort is the much protection against large guns shallow box and put lime on them leave Cuba soon but do not know fine breeze we enjoy a great teal oi I dont know whether there are until the flesh decomposes I saw exactly when We have been in the more nearer the ocean on that side two in one box while I was theio I tho time service long enough now to know presume they were the bodies of the One thing that would Interest your or not something of the uncertainty of mil Â¬ readers could they see it Is the Havana has fortifications all around poor people that they do this way itary movements in use by As a rule the regiment is not The 12th New York Vol Infty means of transportation as rule the It I was told when there I visited are only two of these La Punta and anxious to be mustered out In Ken- Â¬ a natives Their horses lelt this morning and the IGOth In- Â¬ small but Morro Castle In a battery outside tucky After wo get In the States diana Vol Inf ty our twin sister is small somo of them quite good the walls of Morro there are three thd further away from home we are to leave soon After they they ure capable of carrying expected guns which might be called modern tho more money the men will get I sized burdens have gotten away perhaps there will dont know whether this will make Instead of dairy wagonc they use but they are not disappearing Â¬ be a chance for us The IGOth IndiThere is some right nice country much difference with the officers or 8d Kentucky have been largo pack saddles on their little ana and tho together now for a long time both horses or donkeys and put tho milk between here and Havana Of course not but an enlisted man will get a on the scenery Is different from that In days pay for every twenty miles he having gone to Newport News from cans In these and tho driver rides last of July top of the saddle which makes him Kentucky but I dont know that I has to travel Chickamuuga about the Wo have to get up musterlng out and never having been entirely sep quite a distance above the animals have seen any prettier here than we back I have seen six or seven horses can find close to home That hero Is papers Ono of tho staff oflicors was arated for any length of time since Only two battalions of our regi- going along the road the hindmost so much of a sameness Most of the out to day giving instructions It one in trees that I have seen aro palms and will be quite a Job I am glad I am ment are at Matanzas the second one hitched to the tail of the front of him and so on with the at all look alike They have no foliage not a Captain of a company When and third the first being at La except right nt the top and tho a man has any unusual history such Union a small placo about thirty tendant riding the front horse They have very few if any wagons trunks aro long and slender at the as leaves of absence detached service miles dlstunt The second was five a at Cardenas but returned to Matanzas but have cabs for passengers As bottom and top with tho center fines c it must appear on the musterroll with tho dates orders aro camped rule you do not see more than one lamer They remind mo of a largo -out the 2d of March We duster c by Matanzas bay in about as horse attached to a native vehicle feather Smith Gen Wilbur RSmith right Col Somebody will have somo fun rough a place as one would ilnagine The only four mule teams wo see of the Lexington Business College writing mino up as I have been de is an hero aro those belonging to Uncle troops would bo camped It who was here and I all went tocether tailed or detatched so many times extremely rocky place but since wo Sam Washing- Â¬ They do heavy hauling on drays We stopped nt thd Hotel I may have to go down to Iax have gotten roads built and paths ton whero several from tho regiment Union for a few days while Dr Ad to which they work oxen Tho dray made we can get around pretty well hitched had stopped Wo had two rooms kins goes to Havana Our row of headquartois tents is sitÂ¬ has a tongue and the oxen aro to this by means of a yoke attached One was a front room and was quite Thero are comparatively few guns uated on a terrace and from here being furnished much like bed mounted on of to their heads and not their necks as nice the wallsof Morro now you can get a fine view In front rooms In Kentucky Tho floor was It was not occupied by American our camp and a little in our country us is most of In walking along tlio streets In the made of marblo or tiling of somo troops at the tlmo of my visit but further out is the bay and a beautiful Wo got thero in tlmo for din- Â¬ was being put in better hygenlc con com- - kind body of water It Is It is possibly a principal part of the city It is ner on Friday and stayed until after dition sitting mile or a mile and a half wide Hnd mon to see the family carrlago dinner Saturday and paid 260 each The majority of tho Frankfort boys five miles long There aro in the hall I havent seen yet whero about which I did not think was very high aro feeling well usually from one to five steamers In they keep tho horses but have been told that there Is ono placo here Havana Is a very largo city and has city tho harbor besides bailing vessels I dont Hoping to bo In my native very largo stores boon I am were brought hero on tho trans Whero you cant see any way to get 8iiuu We know that I have seen any thing in Very respectfully yours port Minnowaska and so eager aro the horse out except by bringing him tho States that surpassed them NKvin M Gaiuutt tho boys to go homo that when a through the parlor I think thero aro somo street car There aro a number of nice houses Captain and Assistant Surgon sighted coming in the harvessel Is court being ono of tho prin lines there but wo did most of our bor it is common for some one to here the riding in cabs You can take a cab start the cry hero comes 4ho MIn Â¬ cipal features of their construction ride either ono or two persons for Kodol Dyspepsia Cure build nowaska and If It happens to bo a Marble is used extensively in Digests what you eat Spanish money which ono pesota of the MInnowaskas size and ing One of tho barber shops has vessel Letter From Cuba I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ x Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I CO Forks of Elkhorn y Mrs Julia Ilimhes is the guest or her daughter at Beards Station Mrs Mat Crum Miss Alice French visited in Mon Â¬ terey p irt of last week Mr Piul Suth was In our village S mdiiy night last Miss Mjittle Lucas begun teaching school at It tcUy Branch sehoolhouse Mondav nt We wish her much success in her new undertaking Miss Annie Redd visited Mis MaymeOallahue part of last week C hub again Daughter of Elk we enjoyed your news horn muihly A crowd of young people surprised Miss Mayme Gallahue lrlday night last by a storm party Mr Oscar Suter has returned homo after a visit to his cousin Harry Suter Mrs Ella Heaton visited her brother-in-law- s family in Belle point last week Mrs Stafford Splcer and daughter Lllllth are visiting in Jessamine county Miss Roberta Moore is visiting in Georgetown Quito a crowd of our young people attended theentertainim nt atSwltzer March iUst anil reported it being the bent epioriaiulnent Mr Jones has ever hail UNiiY aie Stubborn COLDS A i DrBulls Cough Syrup Doses are small aud pleasaut to take gromptly by taking Dr Bulls Cough celebrated remedy to ac- Â¬ knowledged to be most efficient and reliable for all affections of tho throat nnd lungs It cures a cold at once stubborn cold is easily taken it btlcka to some people all winter and very often dovelops Into bronchitis or consumption You should cure a cold Promptly cures Stubborn Colds Doctors - recommend it lrlce aj cents At all drugg1CURED J ft vu days at least two thirds of nil nvmutoms reinov mI Testimonials and TBH DATS treatment free DC HH OJUSEB S0HSlio K Atlanta Os cured DROPSY ltemediea Incases many thousand ten called honulodtij with Teeetablo In- - it frt rtsrfSIiftfi if HvuiJvVm iiSi iV n Lii4ai- A mIVRbI