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Digital page images are linked to the text file. aaCTwa lwrwm- MsSiHHflllliMHw wr vf The GEO A VOX XX1T Kr the ltoutidnlioutt Who is Bobby Franklin POEM Eomdabotjt Frankfort A WEEKLY PAPER JFRANKFOJiT Hurry Pa Up LEWIS Publisher DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND SOCIETY NEWS ICY Capt TERMS 100 In Advance NO 32 SATURDAY Nat B Crouch Dead APRIL II 19 It litis been oillclnlly deckled In DEDICATED TO THE NEW Washington City that unless tho turns Ctihim Assembly promptly ALEXANDEll THE GREAT 1b Bobblo Franklin pa Ho must be grgat bgosh I hoard you HpuitU of him last night To ma an Uncle Josh Is he n son of Benjamins A cousin or nephew I know ho must be of some punk To strike a man like yo i Now who w hes greater far Than Benny ever wuz Tis not so much for what ho is As for tho things he does You orter heard him sing that song Dars trouble in de Ian Its this they sny that lected him An beat tho other man Besides he Is a spanslonlst Ill toll you why bguin Hes raked into his pocketbook A lordly little sum A loud phllanthropopulist He pieaches open door That la that Trust an Capital Must divvy with tho poor They made their money offn us He says oh it is great An now theyve got to ante up Or leave this bloomin State Theres something called an octopus Hes goin to put in jail Insurance is its othor name Hes got it by tho tail Ive give eight dollars every year To feed this fell Combine An only burnt out twice my son Since oighteoneighty nine Its robbery Weve paid toomuch But course we didnt know Till Bobbie confidentially In public told us so No no my bon 1 i over the pay rolls of the Cuban army and accepts the 3000000 which our Government has tenderell to help pay the army tho money will be withdrawn and the issuing of rations to the army will also lie stopped So if Mr Cuban Assembly knows which side his bread is buttered to the ex tent of 3000000 it is about time he was anteing up Â¬ The Poster Show Capt Nat B Crouch formerly of Lebanon but more reetiitly of Louisville died hi Omalia Neb on Mon day dipt Ciotich was a Inothor-in-laof the late John M Todd Eq and was wetl known to the o der in habitants of fils city where he fre quently visited liK sister Mrs Hal- lie E Todd Tie remaiin wtro brought to Layiaii his former home for burial Ctpt Crouch erved in the Mexl can and Civil wais lie was a Con- federate Captain Â¬ Â¬ w Mails i flails f4ails Â¬ Millville I Â¬ I 1 J HH F I Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat People An Outrage Upon a Long Suffering the city clock was intended to mark the time and let the people know how swiftly it was flying But it seems that our clock does not murk any time in heaven above or the earth beneath It gives neither solar time standard time nor any other time but Just gallops along for a djy or two ahead and then behind all time known We think it about time this comedy was closed and the curtain rung down Or else the peo- pie in their wrath will rise up and smite the gay old liar and cause him to retire from business permanently Give us a rest on sueli a nuisance Robbed It has generally been supposed that he Qrave w A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver ol Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by himself as follows I was in a most dreadful V condition My skin was almost yel- Â¬ tongue coated low eyes sunken paiu continually in back and Hides growing gradually no appetite weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and burprise the iirnt bottle made a de Â¬ I continued cided improvement their use lor three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed tho gravo of No one should another victim Only 50 cents per fail to try them bottle at J W Gayles drug store Â¬ Court Day Sales Mr II G Davis made tho follow Â¬ ing pales on Monday county court day 85 long yearling steers at 35 2050 each 1 Jersey milch cow He also hold last week 280 head stock Sponcer hogs to Montjoy Morris of Anderson county terms private Appointed Postmaster O The President hasuppolnted Capt L Barnes Postmaster at Eliza bethtown Capt Barnes has sorved several times as an olllcer n tho In ternal revenue bervico Â¬ There was a large crowd out to Mis It S Bvine returned Monday witness the Poster Show on Mon- day night given in the interest of from a visit to friends in Lexington Mrs Mary Brlglitwell is very sick theY M C A Tho entertainment was well con Â¬ with heart disease Miss Fannie Ilearn of Jetts spent ceived and well staged but the in tervals between the tableaux the Saturday and Sunday with Miss music A e were very tedious and Ethlyn Johnson Mr Will Morgan and wife of wearied the audience unnecessarily Frankfort were guests of Mr John For the purpose in view it was a R Shaw on Sunday decided uecess and those engaged Died April 1 Mr Ely Osborn in its preparation are to be congrat- - Hired 78 1 1 h whs irnod citizen and ulated will be sadly misled Thecomuiu- We would suggest that hereafter nity sympathizes ith ids family those in charge should nrrangethings Miss Anna Jihnon who is teach so that the presentations should bo inirsClioolatYarnalls Favettecounty rapidly made in that the interest spent several days at home this week should not bo allowed to flag Mr Wilkes Stewart and family Barring the facts above stated have gone to Fayette cuuty to live deevery one was pleased with the Wo ure sorry to part with them sign and execution of the tableaux Mrs W T Shy who has been ill so long has been taken to the Kings Didnt Know It Was Loaded Daughters Hospital at Fragkfort We hope that she may be benefitted Mr Schuyler Mayhall jr was ex by the change amining a 02 caliber pistol in the Rev Mr Briggs of the Southern drug store of Messrs Tyler Hemp- - Baptist Theological Seminary at hill on Wednesday night ubout 9 Louisville preached at our Baptist on Sunday morning and oclock when the weapon was dis- Church Tho congregation were much night charged the ball lodging in the right leased It is though that he may shoulder of Mr Edmund S Richard- Â¬ E e called to the pastorale for the next son son of Mr N F Richardson year who was standing near listening to Died At her home near Grassy some young men playing on mando- Springs Church April a Mrs Henrietta Gaines widow of the late Jas lins t Henry Guinea Esq and mother of Mr Mayhall did not know tho Rev Virgil Gdnes aged 82 years weapon was loaded She was about the hM of the older We are glad to say that Mr Rich- inhabitants of this section She was a good woman and a member of ardsons wound is not serious Grassy Springs Ghuicli for long years Only one child Rev Virgil Gaines Give me a liver regulator and I She hud many survives her can regulate the world said a ge- Â¬ friends Samej nius Thedruggist handed him a bot Â¬ tle of DeWitts Little Earl v Risers Tioga Tyler the famous little pills Hemphill and W McKeo Ilurdie Third day of April and still wintry yet A Musical Event Farmers are later in pitching their treat Is in store for the crops this beason than any time I A rare remember of the Frankfort public On Thursday Not many spring flowers yet night April 20th at the Capital Miss Jennie San ford of North TTntl hnllrnrim tvt tvoll Irnrnvn hifiv artists nni a pianist nnri tiio Pleasureville visited in our vicinity ono yolln luat wwk un1 x other a vocalist will present a musi- - man became very much interested in cal program that will delight all her visit Gums who who hear it These artists are from The corresponding elub of Goose Louisville und rank with tho bust Crtek has reorganized and is now No one can afford to miss hearing corresponding lor the Rouxdahout 0 VLD9 them Keep the oven t in mind and WVZ tttii PT nailing uiiuumiij t miii unii uj also the date April 20th the way or a hand printing prts and I see no reason why they Circuit Court failed because they had plenty of material to run a daily paper Judge Cuntril opened tho April Certainly the stock company failed term of Circuit Court on Monday in funds and not for lack of intelligence and wit on the part of tho afternoon Tho grand Jury was em- editors Tho name of this paper panelled and sworn after which would huvo been the Cigarette Gazette I am truly sorry that it court adjourned until Tuesday The following gentlemen composo fell through I know well enough if tho fiscal tho grand Jury Willard Combs Sam Lewis R court had to drive over the mud road Lebanon Church between hero L Thomason W II Lewis Bow Â¬ they would atand hazard make an all man Gulnes Robert Lewis John appropriation to complete that Flat W B Creek and Lebanon turnpike road Spencer Albert Rogers Bridgeford William Rogors Joseph Look here Bro Kenya Okajlma a natlvo of the Empire of Japan but Duvnll and A Y Hubbell now of Georgetown College will on Col Jas A Scott Speaks May 7th at 780 oclock deliver ono of ids famous lectures at Lebanon him Col James Andrew Scott candi Church Come and hearNothing Good Fou date for the Democratic nomination Resigned for Attornoy General spoke at tho Courthouse on Monday to a full Mr Gns W Richardson has reÂ¬ house lie mado about the samo speech that ho has mado elsewhere signed his position as Deputy in tho in which ho ponied hot shot into tho Clerks otllco of the Court ol Appeals corporations Col Scott Is popular Mr Richardson did this in order to with his party here as ho has fear glvo his timo unreservedly to tho lessly advocated Its cjmso whonever prosecution of Ids canvass for tho called upon Ho seems to ho cutting nomination for State Treasurer by out the running for the other fellows tho Democratic State Convention I Â¬ All sizes cheaper than anybody We have a big stock of Ice Cream Freezers ranging in size from 1 pint for the sick room to 1 gallon for family reunion dinners WALL PAPER Elegant samples 1899 patterns FISHING TACKLE Just opened our new stock Fish hooks from 3 8 inch to 5 inches long Â¬ Â¬ -- I STAGG MASONIOTJBMPLE TyTrrT7SXrrT7r77yxsT BACON ANN STREET ZWvy7T7 SW i Â¬ BLANTONS COAL IS ALWAYS GOOD Â¬ i i i Â¬ Â¬ j Â¬ i Are you satisfied with the coal you are getting If not give me your next order I know the quality of my coal will please you Others like it you will like it too i i i v s Si tnk i II 5 DUDLEY xancgry-Axx-uictlvyKrg-rj BLHNTON Telephone 100 111 ead of Clinton Street Â¬ Â¬ Qoes Up a Step been a Kentuckys Dead at Chickamauga Major W Storekeeper J Seltz who has Â¬ at tho Old Crow and Ilermltago Distilleries for several months was appointed a Division Deputy Collector on Saturday lat and went on duty as such that day Ills headquarters will ho at his home West Liberty Morgan county Ho will make u tlrst class olllcer as he has a wido acquaintance all through that section Ills division comprises somo four or five largo counties and can only bo reached by horseback travel A Frightful Blunder No braver men ever fell Tho Commonwealth has Imnnmi them by tho erection ofa magnificent mon- ument Lhe Governor aqd Ids staff State ofllcials citizens and friends will participate in its dedication Wednesday May 3d Rates on Queen Crescent Routo ono faro the for tho round trip May 1st and 2d good to May 0th returning Georgia dedicates her monumont May lth Lot all Kentucklans go and swell her representation on this great day Remember ono fare for tho round trip via tho Queen Crescent Routo Appointed Â¬ j I Will often cauo a horrible Rum Bucklens Scald Cut or Brulo A vnlni Sulvn Hn host In tint world will kill tho pain and promptly heal Fever Sores IV Cures phi Sores Ucers Bolls Felons Corns and all skin eruptions Best pile euro on Cure earth Only 25 cts a box Sold by J W Gayle guaranteed druggist hann l nines of Bowling Green has been appointed Deputy r rini- - r in rv- W l WUfem J Shackloford to fill tho vacancy occasioned by the reslgim tion of Mr Gus W Richardson lu M PERSONAL Ir 0 T Dnvnll of Peaks Mill was In tho city Tuo8dny IMIos Laura Hughes is tho guest of Miss Koarn In Paris Mr J Androw Gain of Vorsaillos was In tho oily Saturday Judgo W B Fioming of Loulsvlllo was In tho city Thursday Mr W 0 Davis nnd wife spout Wednesday In this city Mr Louis Harris is visiting his paronts at Anderson Ind Miss Ella Johnson is visiting Miss Mary Tyler in Loulsvlllo Miss Leila Calhoon of Owonsboro was a visitor horo this wook Judgo A It Burnam visited his old homo Richmond on Monday Miss Louisa Danlol Is visiting frlonds In Loulsvlllo this wook Auditors H Stono mado a bust- noss trip to Loulsvlllo Tuesday County Attorney W O Davis of Versailles was hero on Saturday Mr S Conway and son have re turned from a trip to Owonsboro Miss Paulino Hardin has returned from a visit to friends in Danville Miss Nora Miller of this offlco spent Easter Sunday in Lexington Hon T Y Fltzpatriok of Prostons burg was a visitor here this wook Rev M B Adams returned Satur day from Murray Calloway county Mrs It H Gnyle has returned from a visit 10 relatives la Columbus Ky uoi wilmore of Camp Nel son win n visicor in tna city Wednos day Attornoy General W S Taylor returned Friday ftom New York City Senator Win Lindsay came home Monday to attend to some law business Mrs Caswell Bennett and daughter Virginia visited in this city this week Miss Fannie Koller of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs W A Boiling Mrs Alice Hill of Now York City Is visiting her aunt Mrs LA Thomas Miss May MoQlasson of Louisville whs tho guest of Miss Fannie Gray this week Hon W 0 Owens of Georgetown was a looker on at the Convention on Â¬ Â¬ LOWEST PRICES - LARGEST - STOCK Oe- - 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 Uoors and Wire Belting Rubber Hose Farming Implements Guns Iowder Agent for Crawford and Remington Bicycles Sludebaker Wagons Oliver Chilled Plows Deenng Mowers and Binders Majestic Uanges Diamond Wall Plaster Cnrrics Fertilizer American Clover Setl Sower utnn asm rai M 3VI- who was tho guest of Misses Hattio and Emmlo Scott has returned homo Mrs J R Miss Bottlo McKeo and A OOLLIKT MAIN QMfO STREET AND ST CLAIR S REET nODi daughter of Woodford county IWIMMMl si wj were guests of Mrs J B Lewis Friday Mr TIjob E Konney who has been In the mountains purchasing logs for his company returned homo Satur day Mr Ben Utterbnck srj is lyln f va nt the home of his Mr Yountr Hubboll on the Sout Â¬ HAVE TOD WE0X LUHGS Every Sufferer from Lung Weakness Consumption Asthma Catarrh or Bronchitis Can Be Cured T I 11 son-in-l- a Sldo I lk Â¬ Ihjrsday Sholbyville Hon W J Stone of Kuttawa candidate for Governor attended tho Convention Mr Frod Kellner and wife of Louisville woro guests of relatives here this week Mr Arthur Smith and Miss Ida Smith of Lebanon4 ariyed in tho city Monday night and will remain several weeks Miss Christine Bradley was the guest of Mrs Armstrong at Flemings burg this wook Mr Geo A Lewis of this ofllco made a business trip to Eastern Ken tucky this week Miss Lottio Newbrant of Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Mrs Johnson tfarrott Mr It E Combs law clerk for Judgn Hobson visited his homo ac Bowling Green this week Miss Ophelia Chiles of Loxington was Iho guest of Miss Paulino H Hardin this woek Miss Janio Dohonoy was tho guest of Mrs Dessio Wingate Parrlsh at Midway this week Mrs Geo C Drano has gone to New York City to visit her daughter Mrs 0 N VanAnda Mrs W M Saffell has returned from a visit to hor sister Miss Lucy Bush in Anderson county Col Bun Leo Hardin mombor of tho Third House was in attendance upon the Convention Miss Fannie Yollman of Lexing ton is visiting hor father Mr W L Yellman in this city Miss Mary Keith Miles has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs 0 Q Wright at Norfolk Va Miss Drew who has been tho guest of tho Misses Woitzel loft Saturday for Tayloravllle Mrs Jessie H Clioato and son of Lexington are tho guests of Mm Robert Ohoate in this city Â¬ Â¬ her daughter Mrs Geo L Willis in Mrs H T Stanton is the guest of Â¬ J Worthlngtou who has been acting Governor for three weeks returned homo Saturdny night Mr 0 B Minter and family of New Albany Ind who have been guests of Mrs W K Toombs have returned home Mr Dudley Llndsey U S Clerk at Owensboro spont Sunday here the guest of his father Mr John B Llndsey sr Col D 0 Crutcher and wife loft Wednesday for French Lick Springs wheie Col Crutcher goes in search of health Mrs Hiram Berry and daughter Mrs W L Cannon have returned from a visit to the Virginia Hot Springs Mrs Sarah MoKeo oi Coviugton was the guest of hor sisters Mrs M L Campbell and Mrs N J Sawyier this week Hon E Tutt Burnam Deputy Insurance Commissioner spent Sun day and Monday at Richmond his old home Gov W O Biadloy returned from Mt Clemens MIoh on Sunday night His health has not improved as it was hoped it would Misses Fannie and Bosslo Lewis of Woodlake having returned from a visit to relatives in Loulsvlllo were in the city Wednesday Miss Florenoe Clark who has been on a visit to hor sister Mrs C L Graham in Georgetown for several months has returned home Messrs Albert Orider and Lall Threldkeld of tho State College Lex- Â¬ ington were guests of Mr A J Pickens and wife on Sunday Mr J Howard Wilson of Mt Sterling who is U S Storekeeper at tho Herm tage has taken rooms with Mrs J B Lewis Third street Mrs S E James returned Wednes day from Atlanta Ga whore aho had been for some time at the bedside of hor mother Mrs E II Taylor sr Capt J K Parker of Lexington who is on duty as Storekeeper at the has taken Hermitago Distillery rooms with Mrs J ii Lewis Third Gov W Â¬ Â¬ IlfeffliJS MMfllMdAiWI1ir IQQimflMJUuASUfliUlUSX1 A I Mitiillni ill I m 1111 Â¬ I have in my new Spring and Sum mer Goods and am prepared to make all grades of clothing for gentlemen High and low priced suits V BERBERIOH Mar 111m ilHi III IHwm n liiii kuiiiLUwr biiiikjb itiimmia KHuHMHmm1biiiiin mkxrrr iiuulmmwmmrr wr TTmjfiimAKr riHMBK Kmrim mini nBHHvrr bujii mmmmw timn uUHHN iijai 111111 i mt ihv lliffi un r 1 K BH H mfmi mmt I - lilitilfllillfHIWfHl jj iiMririiiiiiiiiiu iitfii fotfUaM hnton niiii iiii iiiii ini uHMirijii Blltl iiiihh h hmi HrHitiLijiiiii mm h hi ii 11 tie ljm mn H11 rn y i I 1 11 1 U J U ti f ft 1 III if iiM m l 1111 MIIIIIIMIIIB MINI II IIM Mill Kliil - h j Ii ii1 H r iJFi MMM lJBl iimmm - a 1 I ii 1 S oPBEar wimmwI II pwiWywwuwwiiWOTi I H MUlllHlli llfii jhhhj m m - i 1 mi 111 ulii m -- ta2LD I Ml 11 111 111 H Wlla Hm merit plus t YOUfpi fefefWSB Course consistfno of Four I The Socum System nnpu Low Prices In presenting the liable re- Â¬ of Treatment prepsraffo j lung troubiesor THEY WILL KILL YOU Thats the whole situation in a nutshell Never was there a cure for lung trou- Â¬ bles equal to the newly discovered Dr Slocnin treatment This forms a sys- Â¬ tem of Four Remedies that are used si- Â¬ multaneously and supplement each others curative action It cures weak lungs bronchitis asthma coughs con- Â¬ sumption and every other ailment of the pulmonary region It destroys every germ that can affect the respira- Â¬ tory system and even in advanced stages of lung trouble positively arrests the tubercular growth while it also builds up the patient so that his system is enabled to throw off scrofula rheum- Â¬ atism catarrh and other wastng dis- Â¬ eases NIcGALL BAZAAR PATTERNS to the community we again illustrate to hun- Â¬ dreds of our customers that we are cheaper in street Mr H S Howes of Johnson county has been assigned for duty as U S Storekeeper at the Carlisle Dlstillory and has takon rooms with Mrs J B Lewis Third street Mr W B Moore and wifo of Shelby county woro called to tho bedsldo of thoir daucrhtor Miss Addle Mooio who was takon down with pneumonia while visltinc hor uncle Mr Owen West Kentucky Avenue Moore Sldo Miss Moore Is much bettor wo are glad to say Mr II A Beatty who has beon on duty as U S Storekeeper at tho Hoxmltago Distillery for tho last mouth returned to his homo in Lexington Saturday whore ho will go into prlvato business Ho Is a pollto and accommodating gontlo mun and was an acceptable olllcor Honriotta Blackburn Miss of Mr Clms T Thomason who was Graham for so Spring Station was tho guest of Mrs ciork lor Howard long and who aftorwards wont to J M VonUorveeron Sunday Birmingham Ala to llvo having Mr TIiob 0 Biadloy nnd wife of been mustered out of tho servico with Lexington are guests of her father his regiment First Alabama has located at Blossburg Ala and wants Judge J H Huzelrlgg and wifo tho news from his old homo lie Mr J S Browning law clerk and subscribed lor tho Houndahout Btonographar for Judge Gully visited his homo at Hartford this week Miss Morris Wilcox of Ohrlstlans burg has returned homo aftor a visit I to her eistor Mrs II II Roborts MissLettio Rodman nttended tho Children For Infonta and marriage of hor cousin Miss Uosslo Ohoatham in Loulsvlllo this weok The Kind You Have Always Bought Miss Edna L Mngrudor of Graof onsburg is tho guest of Miss LIda Bears tho Toombs Conway street South Sldo Slgnaturo Miss Fannio Scott of Eminence Â¬ PATTERNS 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 Nearly everybody you meet will re- Â¬ gard it as a kind of insult to be asked All seem to if they have weak lungs have a solid faith in the soundness of their own breathing machine In cases of trouble they will admit there is a heavy cold a touch of bronchitis or even a spell of asthma but as to weak or unsound lungs never NEVER Even the poor consumptive who scarce- Â¬ ly ipeaks without coughing whose f hecks arc wasted hollow and bear the hectic flush of doom will asstire you with glistening eyes that his cold is on the mend and he will be ail right when the weather changes It is simply terrible to think how far we may be guilty by our indifference to the lung troubles of those near and dear to us It is also a sad thought that wc may hug a delusion as to our own health that wc only get rid of when life itself must pay the forfeit Nobody can afford to think lightly of lung troubles Nobody can afford to be mistaken about their possible dan- Â¬ gers Nobody can afford to neglect them or let them wear out or get better in the spring or any other tom- Â¬ foolery that leads only to wreck and ruin Lung troubles dont move back- Â¬ ward Weak lungs dont grow strong by themselves you must heal them ami strcngthsn them and rid them of ilic very earliest germs of disease or you are simply committing a form of suicide Either you must cure your Thousands of cured cases already prove these claims Thousands of grate- Â¬ ful people bless the discovery The Doctor wants everybody to know the surprising merits of his system He has arranged to give a free treatment Four Preparations to all sufferers Full instructions for use accompany esch treatment 4 WRITE TO THE DOCTOR Write at once to Dr T A Slocum Laboratories 96 and 98 Pine street New York City oivinc full exnrcss and postoffice address and mention this pa per Delay only makes your trouble worse v i a VJ Europe All patterns at ioc None higher and 15c Ev La Grippe is again opidomie Mouse for Rent ery precaution should bo taken to Its specific euro is Ono avoid it Containing five rooms besides Minute Cough Ouro A J Shopord Publisher Agricultural Journal and kitchen and hath room on Main No Htreet For information apply to Dr Advortisor Eldon Mo says one will be disappointed in using G V Uhlnn 20U Main street Ono Minute Cough Guro for La 21 tf Pioasant totako quick to Grippo Hemphill by Tyler For sale act ana W MoKeo Hardio Â¬ 0 Kagin Bro A Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you cat 3srajToxjaTOE3B3jTas Wo aro authorized to announce TtQ 1 TTAVnmM nu n rmirllr1ntn fny N Assessor of Franklin county subject SJ Dr Cadys Condition lowdcrs aro just what n horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purliicr and vermifuge They aro not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a horso in prime condition Price S3 cents per package lv CASTOR A fe N r I St Clair at Bridge to tho action of tho Domocratio party 30 1m For sale by J LeCompte W Gayle and 111 fS Gayle Co Glvu men liver regulator nnd I can regulate tho world wild it ge nius ThedriiggiNt handed him a bot tle of DeWittH Little Kurlv lUsers Tho fte- llBllO Tyler A tlnitnti llio famous little plIlH Hemphill and W McKco Iliudlo Â¬ Â¬ OASTOR1A 9Sf tin VJlIfOI cuted at this office Job work neatly T exe- Â¬ m in m muniniwv wmmMtMj a ihj liuuisnBBiMiwsutKHOHHMNi UITS HEADY FOR TOUR INSPECTION u- Come in and look them over We wont bore you to buy simply want you to become acquainted with a few solid facts about correctly made ready made clothing It will be a Fr L3fl 5 tvs i pleasure to us to point out to you the many superior features of our garments over the ordinary kind hi 01 At 750 we are showing a nice as sortment of all wool mens suits The excellent tailoring fit and finish of these suits combined with the quality of cloth used make them positively the best values we have ever offered Â¬ W P HUDSOIM JR New Dentist Corner Main and St Clair Qets Caught Â¬ uhtr do something for Christian cltlzen- we t Dr II M Leonard of New Bruns wick has opened a dental otllce bver Weltzel ODimnells dry goods store Dr Leonard comes highly recommended as a skilled dentist and Christ Inn gentleman Dr W M Poster demonsiralor of the Baltimore College or Dr ntal Sur- Â¬ gery In writing to a Frankfort friend speaks highly of Dr Leonards ability and says he Leonard is one of the best dentidts ever graduutid by that college Dr Leonard charges nothing for examinations of the mouth Little and Big Great and Small I All the politicians who are seeking nominations at the hands of the State Democratic Convention both great and small were on hand nt the Bailrond Convention in this city They were the friends of everybody and did not care a continent il whether school kept or not just so they landed the olllce they were in search of And It Raloed U S Deputy Marshal Con Mc Carty arretted John Williams col- Â¬ ored of Versailles charged with de Â¬ manding and receiving a letter con Â¬ taining So GO which was not his Marshal MoCnrty arrested his man on Thursday and took him to Lex- Â¬ ington where he was tried before U S Commissioner Sam E Hill and held over to the U S Court in Louis ville which will meet on Monday The bail was tlxed at 500 which Williams was not able to give Mar Â¬ shal McCarty brought him here on Thursday and placed him in Jail He will be taken to Louisville Mon- Â¬ day Williams is a slick citizen but he will find that he was not fooling with State courts c but with Uncle Sam who has a long memory and a still longer arm Marshal McCarty deserves credit for landing his man Third Keutucky Again We hud begun to hope from the weather we hud Sunday Monday Tuesdav and Wedne day that the rainy seison had about passed and that thou w ho had ousido work to do would have a chance at it But alas alas it rained you M cam Dodge Them i m i Sec 1307 Liquors shall not he sold Penalty 50 or given to inebiiates nbto to family tor damages Take when notice has been given These are but a few of many laws violated every week They can and should be enforced in every locality whero there Is one citizen with back Â¬ bone sufficient to light tho battlo Tho next number of the Endeavor Dont Forget will contain mention of other statutes disregarded generally Meanwhllo I of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos That tho ladles of Ascension pray you tako heed of theso things Gio P Tauumak phltes at once It will heal the Chuuh Guild will give their usual Supt Christian Citizenship inflamed membranes and greatly post Unten supper on Wednesday Mayslick Ky strengthen them as well The evening nixt April 112 In tho storo stronger the room ol Mayor Dehoney on Main digestion becomes appetite better and the weight sti eet next dior to Mrs Kato Appointed U S Circuit Judge increases The whole body be- Â¬ Welchs Every thing that is nice comes well fortified and the to eat will be served A reasonnblo germs of consumption cannot charge w 111 bo lmtde Every body Ex Senator Georgo Gray of Dela ware has been appointed by Presi- Â¬ gain a foothold invited Its this nourishing sustain 10 p m to attend llourb lrcm to dent MeKlnley as U S Circuit Judge ing and strengthening power for the Third District of SCOTTS EMULSION that JCIX Judge Gray Is n Sound Money Something to Do has made it of such value In 5 Democrat Ills term as U S Sen Â¬ all wasting and exhausting expired March Many ewleiuoieiH and other work ator from his State i diseases ers olttn l umu k that If wo had a Hh Ho Is an able lawyer and will Sac ind Jioo ill druggists law to this and that elicit8 wo could imikon lino Judge UOWNE Chemists Nw York SCOTT ever try to dodge the Did not succeed rain drops very well did you Its just as useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption You cant do it They are about us on every hand and we are con- Â¬ stantly taking them into our lungs Then why dont we all havo Simply because this disease these germs cannot gain a foot- Â¬ hold in a strong throat and lungs Its when these are weak that the germs master The body must be well supplied with fat The danger comes when the blood is poor and the body Is thin If your cough does not yield and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore you should not delay another day Did you is stated in the papers that two transports have gone to Cuba for the purpose of bringing the Third Ken Â¬ tucky Volunteers back home Ac-Â¬ cording to the dispatch the vessels should havo left Matanzas yester Â¬ day or should leave to day The government has rented an island near Savannah Ga and will land the regiment there and thus avoid the quarantine Now this may be so or may be not as the same dispatches said that the regiment was loaded on a trans- Â¬ port last Friday ready to leave for home And again the General in com Â¬ mand has been given discretion to hold the volunteers or send them linnio n w hi ltpiim lioxr wB bo you cant always sometimes tell when our boys will bo home w It might have some new while laws that would aid in reform there are lows unon the Kentucky statute hooks at present the enforcement of which will keep all our workers busy for a titne at least The trouble Is not that wo havo no good laws but that the laws wehnve are not enforced and that we ar enot electing to olllce the class of men who will see that the laws we have are enforced Take tho Kentucky stat ute and look over the laws relating to the saloon to gambling to Sunday desecration etc you will bo sur Â¬ prised at the many oood laws on these subjects and yet you never hear of them in our courts Why Simply because the citizens do not Tills demand their enforcement they can do first by putting men in olllce upon whom the public can de Â¬ pend second by seeing themselves that evidence of wrong doing is car rled to the light place Whose business is it to bring to the proper judge or jury the evident e mentioned ubove You cannot de- Â¬ pend on the officers of the Circuit County and Magisterial courts They say they are officers simply to carry out the orders of the courts and not to bring guilty parties to Justice They Pay this because they shirk their duty for many statutes point plainly to those court officers as the proper parties to see to their enforce- Â¬ ment and to bring to justice those who transgress Look up for ex Â¬ ample the statute on swearing Of course they would scour the State for a negro thief if a reward was offered and pass by open saloons every Lords day If we cannot depend upon the court officers we must place tho bur- Â¬ den upon the citizen so that it is your business to bring to justice any parties of whose guilt you are certain I call your attention to a few laws that may be transgressed every week In your community If so It is your duty as a citizen to see that they are properly enforced Sec 1303 Liquors shall not he sold on Sunday Saloons shall not even be open- lor business Penalty from I CROUP Dreadful Go Carts Baby Buggies DrBulls Cough Syrup recommend Doses ara small and pleasant to take Mothers when your children are attacked by the dreadful croup you need not despair Dr John W Bulls Cough Syrup will relievo and euro this disease at once You con always depend on this marvelous remedy it never fails to cure For whooping cough and measle cough it is the boat remedy in tho land Children liko it Â¬ iHSfHiB xlfliiSEsrcUJTC 6 Will cure Croup without fail it Price 25 cents At all druggists Doctor Nice Line Low Prices R Rogers mt0JSm Sons H G MATTERS TOSS- - Extra - Values In Towels Table Linens Napkins Bttd Spreads c PlitiimltT 334 MAIN STREET FRANKFORT KY Would Not Sell -- Emulsion Scotts a Btnfoinpiit iuid hoon niVon nn from tho whisky trust that there is no outside diatilltry in Kentucky that was not offered to us and tho act that we did not purchase plants not owned by this fiimnmiv suffi- eiently indicates that we did not want them fni I il Tnvinr li out the following statement with regard the distillery of Mumh E H Taylor jr Sons The statement is untrue as appli- Wo were twite written cable to u once in August 1898 and once in January last by our friend Mr O 11 Stoli now representing tho Ken- lucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company inquiilng whether our properties might bo bought In tachhihtance we nplled that they were not lor sale J i This law has been satisfactori y tested by the writer in the County and Circuit Courts of Campbell county See 1301 Linuors shall not he sold without a license A CIIUIIJ UUUlf V to 100 This statute has been tested In many courts and places the respon- sibil ty upon the citizens in dry precincts districts and counties in ubolishintr bUmi tigers See liiuo JLiiouors snail not oo bought or bold within one mile of Ilnces of public worship during di or given to minors without written ordor by parents or guardian Penctntiitn ta al 1llr 60 inch pure linen table linen only 39c yd 6 inch pure linen batin Damask only 49c yd Richardsons 72 inch Ijjmjra Trade Marks COPYRIQHTS C ftMtnff a sketch and description may opinion free whether on ialn our auiit taprohnbly aieniaoie communicA Inrentlon tloos strictly rontidontlal Uandbookon Patents sent free Oldest mrencT for securlmr oatenta Iatents taken tdroush Munn x to recoiTO tptcial notice without chnmo in tho 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Satin Damask 20 different patterns with napkins to match best Designs Ava at 15 7ol t DC authorlml SnnUysio6 not be Liquors shall cc iaoo vorw Intpnnriillv sold - altv 50 IMiIj violated per yd doz pure linen fringe napkins only 39c doz worth 50c 25 doz fringe napkins assorted colored bor- Â¬ ders full size only 50c doz worth 75c 30 doz large size dinner napkins only 98c doz worth 125 doz 20 doz 1SX36 linen huck towels only 15c or alcJ IOO lj W I Scientific American A handsomely Illustrated weekly culattxi ot an sctentian Journal year four months L Sold by all newsdealers iJireest olr Terms 3 a MUNN urancn uraco SCo3881 New uYork ao hi tvasninston u Pigeon Hollow iiiAYin iarrrru Spring Is licre and so nro vi Miss Myrtle Smlduth is about re Â¬ covered from a recent attack of measles Messrs Otha and Ben Clark called on Misses Sidonia and Desdcmona Suddutlt last Sunday Miss Mattie Bryant visited her aunt Mrs Frances Moore hibt Mon Â¬ 160 doz 30 doz are all good bargains BED SPREADS LACE CURTAINS very fine Satin Damask and Huck Towels at 20 25 and These 35c apiece day Big vnhiea ntfifi 75 unci 100 niso linmleomo Murbclllcd Spreads Â¬ 1 Lnrgo assortment in lnco cur Â¬ tains also lino lino of muslins Denims for sh curtains Luce curtains at 7c 100 125 160 nncl J200 Tho very lino ones at 300 to fflOO ALWAV8 HAVE WHAT WE ADVERTISE Weitzel uuonnen kzZiZZZsA trim 11 Mr Bourbon Quilt and wife vis ited the family of Mr Itobt Quire last Saturday Mr Terrell Mitchell and Miss Pearl Mooro attended the entertain ment at Bridgeport last Monday nlRht Mr Willow Vaughn called on Mis Etta Allison last Friday morn Â¬ ing Misses Sarah and Blanche Sud tluth were the guests of Mrs Fannio Mitchell and daughter Miss Mattie Messrs Sam Moore Less Golns and Itufus Bryant were tho guests of Misses Ester and Bessie Mooro last Sunday Mr Babe lulliain was wearing n very long faco last week Cheer up Babe Willow has gone home Hurrah for the dear old Bound aiiout It Is over welcome in our homo with Its newsy columns Â¬ Â¬ rAl7Z Ua Co SSIm Tie FranKfon SS3 Roman Cedar Grove 5ZSVVLSSSZ2Z33Z2Z -- 2 A To the North A- - delayed urrniKJ Mrs Addle Hopper Is on v Uvf 3 Entered nt the postollC8 at Frnnkfort Kentucky m second class mnllablo niHttcr list Mr Will 0 Vaughn relumed to Q 0 A LEWIS Editor anil Pub Lexington his homo last Friday There was u musical entertainment trlvon at Mr Willie 13 Suddtiths Thursday night It wits largely at Â¬ FUANKF0ItTAPUIL8 t8i tended and all enioyed themselves until a lute hour Honors Their Memory Mr Fannie Mitohill and niece Miss lhizy Pulllam made a Hying Prositlotit MeKInloy issued nti trip to Frankfort hut Friday order on Moncluy eulogizing tho MNs Norn Suddulh is spending the bravo boys wlio siitiilletl their live- week with her cousin Mrs Hettle A both in the army mid ntivy in the Ilulettc late war and whew i cumins have We are glad to know that Mr been brought homo for interment Tori Mitchell Is still alive I thought Tlie following Is the coniltuling there was a loadstone somewhere as he hant been jeon in our vicinity pnrngrnpli of the executive order For those of the brave ollleers and for some time men who ate to be buried in the Mr Leslie Young who has been National Cemetery I order that upon very ill with fever is able to be out tho arrival of the cortege at the again Tiiereii no a iiannv meollnurJ National Cemetery at Arlington all soon Cheer up Mattle proper military and naval honors Miss My rt Sudduth is supposed to be paid to tho dead lieroen that suitable ceremonies shall attend their have the measles at this writing interment that the customary salute Messrs William and Ernest Moore of mourning be fired at the ceme and Duard Pryant had a glorious fox tery and that on tho same day at 2 chase last week oclock p in Thursday April 0 the Mr Columbtls Cliism is wearing n national en iign bo displayed at half staff on all public buildings forts broad smile I guess his grand ex Â¬ camps and public vessels of the pectations are drawing near United States and that at 112 oclock What bus become oi Precious tioon of said day all tho departments Pearl Let us here from you again of tho government at Washington Totcir Mi Not shall bo closed Wm McKinlev If you have a cough throat irritaBy the President tion weak lungs pain in the chest John Hay difilitilt breathing croup or hoarse- Â¬ Secretary of State ness let us sttirgest Ono Minute Tho bodies were interred in the Cough Cure Always reliable and Hemphill and W National Cemetery at Arlington on safe Tyler McKee Hurdle Thursday last with duo solemnity mid with the honors of war Frankfort Boy Applies America never forgets her citizen soldiers and this fact as much as Senator Lindsay made application any thing eNo makes heroes of every on Saturday to the President for the man who wears the uniform No appointment of Mr Eugene Hull of wonder then that Spain looked in this city as Assistant Paymaster in astonishment at the unfaltering the navy Mr Hull served in this courage witli which our boysstonnod capacity during tho late war as a j their strongest works volunteer There are a number ofl r appointments to bo made and the Now Will You Be Good President lias sulci that ho would Iwi A ttlO li lwttlltltr in fKotvi It seems that some of the Spaniards 1 v are not satisfied with the drubbing Hn l chances good and his they have received and determined JV that he will toud the Philippines by running b blockade with supplies c So the they undertook the job with ni steamer called Mundara but tho Yorktown US Gunboat was there anu altera sun i MiDi capiureu tlie Has saved many a litei Spaniard in the Gulf of Liugayen Speedily cures Group and wuuupiug buugu iiissaie n and took her to Manila as a prize al- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 tho sick Pjstff a I I ii J v uX i i s J KJ8t hi MPl 1 I I Tim Ollnnn fViunnt Ilmiln lino lllllllltllillwl n uirclii ri f nlutitvnlliiii IVv the cpoedy nncl pennnnent euro of cars on tho famous lllue Gra s Vosti- ttur Bait lhuuin und eczema Chain nine between Uiticinnatl and Lexing ton 1Yfl ll llliif mini Mini ftiiiinit f iTlninsanEyo nncl Hlcln Ointment Is equal ithont It relieves the Itch Standard vrsllbulcd dav ng and fitatirtitif almost Instantly and coaches Four trains dally to Chi is continued use effects n pennnnent ciinnti with eloso connection with nra It also cures itch bnrbero Itch an trains north raid hencl Boro nipples Itching piles Olienil it Crpniinf triitim nln wltli napped hands chronic Bore eyes imfi out a peer in tho South ululated lids Seventeen tulles shortest line unrq milled train service Dr Tadvg Condition Powders for lorpes are tho best tonic blood purifier W C Itlnoiirsnn CSunirnl The Hid vermifuge Price S3 cents Soldby songer Agent Â¬ Ore--ce- nt Skin Diseases Ml Wo ml linvo tho ouiTOct styles have in Tailor Made Drosses and Skirls If we cun not fit you wo will one mado to order Beautiful suits from 1000 up Thouew Flairo Skirts from 200 up you Annual con ventlon National Amor Womans Suffrage Association The Cuban Assembly had a revolu Grand Ibiplds Mich April 27 to tion on Tuesday when told that If Mav 0180 National Soeletv Sotw of the Amer Â¬ they did not turn over the muster r ills of the Cuban army and agree to ican Itevolutlon Detroit Midi May 1 1600 accept the 3000000 as paid to tho American Librarv Association Con Â¬ soldiers the otfer would be with vention Atlanta Ga May 8 20 1899 Annual Encampment G A 11 of drawn and tho money returned to tho United States They at once Tennessee Roekwood Tenn MayÂ¬ 10 11 1800 From points In Ten voted by 21 to 1 to dissolve the As nessee sembly to turn over the rolls lo Gen Brooke and agreed to the receipt of Reduced Summer First Class tho money by tho soldiers Round Trip Rates lean Came to Their Senses DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Our lino was never larger We have all tho now weaves and colors tho now Blues Greys and Castor shades are lovely See our line of Covert Suiting in wool at 30c and 50c Can show you 40 different shades in Taffeta Silks from 50o to 90c yard As the season of the year when pneumonia la irrinnc sore throat coughs colds catarrh bronchitis and lung troubl s are to be guarded against nothing Is a fine stn sti- tu e will answer the purpose or is Just as good as One Minute Cough Cure This is tlie one Inlal- llble remedy for all lung throat or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously upon having It if something else is offered you Tyler it Ilemiihill and W McKeo Hurdle Alumni Via Union Pacific llailroad July St Louis to Los Angeles and return 5950 May St Louis to San Francisco and return 86750 and to Denver and return 2650 Corresponding low rates from south and eastern points f For particulars address J F Aglar Gen Agt St Louis Mo Meetings iT - 4 1 T llli IB r Bulls Civil Service Elkjiblcs WASH GOODS In every style The regular literary meetings of the Frankfort High School Alumni Association aro hold the 2d and 4th Fridays of each month The annual business meeting the first Friday In May The next regular meeting will be held in tho school building chapel April 11 at 330 oclock p m The subject for discussion The Poets of Kentucky Mrs Jennie C Morton lias kindly consented to favor the Association and visitors with some select read ings Vocal and instrumental music Members are allowed the privilege of inviting friends to literary meet ings GC m Henflerson Route between Louisville Evansville St Louis AND ALL POINTS WEST NORTHWEST SOUTHWEST Downing President The only lino running three double daily trains to Evnnsvillo without change with high back conches and parlor car Tho direct lino to St Louis running two double dally trains with high bnck sent coaches and Pullman sleepers through without N change Tickets on salo at L olllce this city For information a8 to rates route sicoping car berths N etc call on A V HIto agent L II K or address To Be a Member of Disarmament Congress US and sure Mothers can ways rely on It Children like it Doses are small Price 25 cents fmmt i wOUgil aVrliD Jf conceivable Wo aro and color making extra efforts this Â¬ Mahhaiikt Cuinn Bear tho II C Mordue B L BRYANT A Secretary Assr G P TPA Tho President has appointed Tn 41111 spring to please our patrons in styles quality and prices So please call and see us OASTOHIA The Kind You Have Always Bought WM CROMWELL VL Attorney at Law A four and a half horse nnweron gine uses either guolino or gas and has been newly overhauled and put In perfect runnine- order Will li sold at a bargain Applv at this - Senator Lindsay as a member of the iHiiuiHHu JI 1 Frankfort Kentucky Will practice in tb Also Heal Estate Agent Courts ot Krniiklln nml the adjoining countlee and will also glvospeilal iittentonto the puf cliase and salo of real t htnte collection of rents claims ana tUeneuottatloii of loans to meet at the Hague Ambassadors Tower and Porter i ui nt and Admiral Sampson will probably W millj It WH nTOary to be tho other members of the com- - lllllktUII average of 70 percent mission from this country Fomvillf im hf IUI1W averages aiimis H Ki coiiipumeiH ui uie and ncldri s m r those who passed senior Senator from Kentucky t1 examination GilHn Lewis M 87G0 HeadquarLessons in Dancing ters Nicholas county Berrymim D CS7I2 Lexington Mr Arthur Smith and Miss Ida Smith at Y M I hall Class opened Fayette county Thursday April 0 730 p in Cla i Logan John N Sfida Georgo for JjUjnn Saturday afternoon 230 tjWt Kcott CUnty- Anderson W Ii Jr 8000 Lex ington Fayette county Presented to tlie President Hryson II 13 8570 Lexington As is their custom Messrs B C Fayette county Milam A Son presented to President Leonard A G 8350 Loxingt6n McKinloy on Saturday ono of the Fayette county best of their celebrated fishing reels Nowsom Henry colored 8180 Senator Lindsay presented tlie reel at Lexington Fayette county the request of Messrs Milam The Clay Henry B 8153 Lexington President was much gratified at the Fayette county receipt of tho nice present These Ilutclicraft James P 8130 Pari- reels a re celebrated everywhere that Bourbon county fishermen enjoy their sport and Stevenson J M 8000 George recently took a gold medal at an ox- - town Scott county position in Norway Dagloy John It 7005 Catletts- These gentlemen have presented burg Boyd county every President a reel commencing Naor Arthur W 7885 Loxing- ton Fayetto county with President Arthur Cozlne Claude P 7005 Shelby A Thousand Tongues villi Shelby county Cherry Wm W 7025 JariH Could not express the rapture of Bourbon county Untie E Springer of 1125 Howard a - 7a iv varmdale est Pa Philadelphia when she found Unit Br Kings New DNcov Ininklln county Moore Noah A 7585 Paris Hour cry for Consumption had completely curedherol a hacking cough that hon county for many years had made llfo a bur- Kom IIS Tnhn r 7i in iUt StCr- All itluiTfltiixlliu mill litnN ion llnif Montgomery county could give her no help but she says it soon lemoved Croxton Harry It 7080 Paris of this Itoyai Cure tho pain in my chest and i can now Hourbon county sleep houndly soiiietnlng I can 7025 Lox mnriilr fftitmmrtm ilnltirr liddri T Carpenter Frank feel like sounding its pinNes thiougli- - ingtouFayotto county So will every out tho universe CURED with voRetalile one who tries Kings New DisIitiiuiiiltog Hnvncuivil covery for any trouble of tho Throat many thousand ciixon Chest or Lungs Price 50c and coiiou noptitii jn tea two third of all Hyuiptciii remov Trial bottles free at J W Gayles dylftt lllt wl Tnntlinonlnls nd TEH DAYS truutmi nt tvt e drug store every bottle guaranteed D8 H H CRES SOHS liox K It jaiuainoH ingress a Sumo time since an examination appointment into tlie internal revenue service was held at Lexinu- - fr ii eitze I I Donnell ofllco WJtf DYSPEPSIA CURED AMERICAN -- a Â¬ DYSPEPSIA TABLETS fL Agents for Standard Patterns dSjJiSZ A Safe Sure and Permanent Cure for Dyspepsia Indigestion Catarrh of the Stomach Flatulency Palpitation Fermentation Heart Burn and Constipation i Read the following reasons for using American Dyspepsia Tablets Washed Tliem Off All other remedies claiming to cure Indigestion and dyspepsia contain lEPSIN in ono of its forms anu ns long hs PEPSIN is supplied to a weak orevrn hoslihy iu tlioshspe DYSPEPSIO cease to make and The work houso gang washed off stomach ho nule to doof medicine naturu will rttid of oourso it nevor tlie cured of his will nut bo without his DOSE the brick streets on Wednesday trmilito A stomauh that will promptly digest food must make its own PEPSIN This was a much needed relief ns and not rely upon medicine for this most important iitfont American Dyspepsia Tiblets contain no PEPSIN nor other PEPTIC agents tho dirt had become miserably Btioky but aro composed of four old mid well known remedies which in combi- Â¬ and unpleasant to walk over when nation will soon Rlfoot a cure by rixtorini the stomich to its normal condition Wo furnish no book on tho no ALMANAC wet and clouds of dust arose before HTOMiUIII and its DISEASES no prize for tho LARGEST number of wrappers but will send a trial box to nny the wind when dry nddrs free of cot AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are put up in Mo paoknKo and nro to Revenue Tax be had nt J W Gaylos and W II Averills or by addrtmlnt Deputy Collector Jacob Swigort collected tho following Internal rev enue taxes for the month of March 2239 barrels 81000 110 tax gallons y3070yi amount of tax THE AMERICAN DYSPEPSIA TABLET CO Â¬ LOUISVILLE KY umo State of IjtTdAH City qv Toledo CnniwTv of P JACOB SWIGERT CO t Hfl nirtv Frank J Ohenoy mulcoa oath that ha Is the Bonlor partner of tho Arm unyoi moiuuo county and Htate UbreBaid and that said llrm will pay J Ohenoy ui wio Co doing business 1 tho sum of ono hundred dollars for each and ovory capo of Cntarrh that can not bo oureJ by tho use of Halls Catarrh Ouro Fhank J Oiienkv Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my prcsonco this 0th day of Do combor AD 1880 Notary Public Hulls Dnfnrrli flurn a fnlrni lrfn nail V and acts dlrecllviinmi flinhlnnrl and nuicoua aurfaco of tho systom Scud for testimonials freo Halls Family PUIb aro tho host SEAL A W GLEASON Insurance fAgerrte 101 AND 102 ANN STREET Baaomont of tha Capital Hotol v ir Â¬ 1 dropsy fa mi m WIIWrT7nFtfBatrwKjjitejfffysjffM -- w Ptpnir iSrMta itftfcfH FJftirrfwliMrfllMv it A Coal Cook Stove for 5 linn rk Dnnffna i flnnl ntwl TTncif iurr Qtntmii ia tlin Inrrrnaf fiv wwv ri t uiB jiu iron una oii nooning mid uuuitiiusii iii ai uny ino oiuui Work Gutlorinir and Itonair work of all kinds solicited jdono promptly and satisfaction guaranteed Whon in need iot anything in China or Glassware a good lamp or any article usually kept in a first class China Store call and see mv stock Tt x l I i- 1 irJ No Otrouble to show g ds P lite attention promised to all who visit my store to look or buy Give me a call m Wi or O lirlC 3Wr Happy Home TC the least serious his no more to do with cold than with jungle lever is That Throbbing Headache hf w nr Km m- - Enater being a benutUul day there was ii very luiuu crowd at LpImuuii Church All the superstitious people think this will lie a had crop year because it didnt rain Easter A very nice party well attended anil much enjoyed by quite a niini ber of our ymmg boys and Jrls ut Mr Warrens Thursday night Inst MUa Vtrnu Allison is seen going up the pike very often There must bo something taking her eye Mr Columbus Chism and Miss Mattie Allison were at Church Sun bashful You cant get through this world without a little brass Miss Nannie Allison says she would bo glad If W didnt have to go back to school any more Be patient Nannie one more year and he will be through Annie which do you like best greens in winter or cabbage in sum- Â¬ mer Mothers Child on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life was saved alter all physicians laid failed only by using J Sheer Sedalia Mq conductor Â¬ one minute Cough Cure Tyler Hemphill and V McKee llurdic Forks of Elkhorn day tfisr m s lli W ilk miffi l Poor Mr Willie Chism lins more bad luck than enough lie met up with a very bad wind storm not lonir ago and fince Ids horse rati ue s he is not away with him but lead lie was seen walking up Beech Tree Luno Saturday night Cheer uu Willie Belle says times aint what they used to be LeudU you ought to jio every Sun- Â¬ day Uiidie says you are on the right road That is very good Mr Willie Wade thinks he is a riuht smart dude when he nets on his plug and pulling Ids Havana All you girls look out lor Virgil has a bran new saddle lie is coming suro enough Edna says she is struck on Babe Como out Babe dont be Pullinni 1 all glad to see it Miss Roberta Moore spent Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday with Misses Annie and Fay Itedd on Main street Frankfort Mr D Morris Brock of Lexing- Â¬ ton State College spent Easter at his home Crescent View Miss Lu tie Hancock of Switzer visited Miss Sallie Suter last week Misses Mary Hoi ton and Daisy Hockeiisinith spent Easter in Frank fort at Mrs James Alleys St Clair Â¬ Weather very pleasant and we aro stieet - m m Put Your Finger on Your Puise along But what kind or blood That is the question Is it pure blood or impure blood You feel the blood rushing If the blood is impure then you are weak and languid your appetite is poor and your digestion is weak You can- Â¬ not sleep well and the morn- Â¬ ing finds you unprepared for the work of the day Your cheeks are pale and your com plexion is sallow You are troubled with pimples boils i or some eruption of the skin ny not purity your blood f Take it a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the difference It is stronger and your circulation better Send for our book on Impure Blood If you aro bilious take Ayers Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure constipation also will do it Wrltathem froelvall thu nrttmlAra tn your caie You will rucelvo a prompt repiy wimnut coil Lowoll Man Write to our Oocfora Miss Margaret SafTarans of Jetts and Mr Satlell Phythian of Frank lort passed through our village Tues er day last t Dr Ely evidently to some extent Regular services at Buck Itun Sun at least agreed with Langenbeck day and Sunday night and Dio Lewis and succeeded in con I want it understood that the only vincing most of his hearers that to noiii de plume I use is quote from Dr Oswald It Is disOnly Mi tressingly probable that consumption Bcllcpoint the most constant and fearful scourge of the human race is not a mysteri Â¬ infant daughter ous dispensation of Providence nor a Mr Owen Moores who lias been seriously III with product of our outrageous climate j pneumonia is at this time some bet but a direct consequence of an outter with hopes of recovery rageous violation of the physical laws Mr James Chmens and wife of of God i Peyioiui were the guests of Mrs Owen Moore her sister this week Second only to vitiated air as tho Mrs W 11 Moore and daughter cause of tuberculosis which often at Â¬ of Waddy spent a short time with tacks the brain and other organs and Moore and family this tissues instead of the lungs Dr Ely j Mr Owen week placed impure germ infected milk or Mrs Fannie VanMoter of Pey canned foods IIo urged all but es toua was called here to seo her daughters child who is sick with neolallv tho e responsible for the life and health of young children to pneumonia mis wcck W II Moore of Waddy was know something of tho condition of Mr thotows that supplied their milk in our town this week audio have their milk and camiul ltcv Cleonre Sullivan of Shelby county is holding a series of meeti- food frequently and thoroughly ng- at the chapel this week The tested mietliius are largely attended by in Dr Ely next spoke of what aro terested crowds popiilaiiy considered colds in the head but which In the majority of lor tlu Kouiuliiboiitl cases have no reference to colds Report of Dr Elys Lecture whatever but which as Dr Oswald expresses it aro due to our ignoring The fourth lecture in the course enough to uivt n by the physicians of Frankfort the fact that lamiliar Eroiioinic Department of the ancients but which seems to huvo before the the Womans Club was delivered been forgotten for some ten or twelvo Tuesday March il f by Dr J It centuries our noses were given us for some practical purpose Ely Very ptactlcal indeed most of tho As bespoke entirely without notes women thought when Dr Ely had it will be impossible to place quota t on inirks entertaining as an exact finished his anatomical analysis of repttitlon of many of Ids remarks that organ with its close and inti woull be Therefore with the pro mate connection with throat ear viso that anything scientific or In eyo and biain These organs It was sruetlvo shall be credited to the Doc intended to supply with cleansing tor and all blunders to his reporter life giving oxygen but too often we piomd with an abstract of his through fatal ignorance or criminal carelessness it is but the starting talk aniiounciug that his subject point and center of far reaching In Alter flammation or atrophia Was tho supposed effects of colds he staled that most diseases traced and one that by popular Ignorance to tho Directs of For a quick remedychildren let us is perfectly safe lor wore really duo to systeniatlc recommoud One Minute Cough Cure cold eoudlilons anil pathological germs Tvler Hemphill and W McKee All pneumonia but bronchial which Hardlo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i I I I Â¬ Consumption which we learned from a former lecture caused more than half tho deaths in the State is due not to cold or colds but to the want of cold or at least pure air In support of Dr Elys position on this point we may remind our read- Â¬ ers that tho i Norwegians and Icelanders are comparatively free from tubercular diseases while in Sene gambia they are practically un- Â¬ known though a year spent by tho nutives in theslavo pens or on slave shins often develoo cases of tho most virulent eonsumotlon In 1853 after an epidemic of smallpox Langenbeck wrote I have cut up more human bodies than the old man of the mountains with all his accomplices but though the mystery of small pox eluded my search my labors have not been in vain since they have revealed to me the origin of consumption I am suro now what I suspected long ago pulmonary diseases are nearly exclusively caused by breathing foul air There is a cure for consumption Even in its ad Dio Lewis uilirms vanced stages It may bo arrested by roughing It I mean by living out of doors altogether and in all weathÂ¬ Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of Mifleiers have proved their matchle s merit for Sick and They make Nervous headaches Dure blood and strong nerves and Easy to take build up your health Try them Only 2o cents Money back if not cared Sold by J W Gayle druggist mr bchodale 111 IN KENTUCKY SOUTHERN Rfl UfW I nui liv IS 1818 No 5 No 3 EA3TIIOUM Lv Ioulsxlllc At Shelbyvlllo Ar LarcnvebV Ar Versailles Ar Lexlrnton WESTllOIINU Â¬ jjM BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Lv Lexington Ar Versailles Ar Iarciufhc Ar Shelbyvlllo Ar LouUvlllii Trains Nom 12 Sand 6 carry Frco Observa tton Clialr Cam between Louisville and Lex- Â¬ ington EASTIIOUNO WESTUOUND No I 740am 909am 9 Mam 1016am KUSaro No 730am 7 Mam 8 20am SirJpm 807pm 5iSpm 950pm a 17pm 1009pm ft ttpm 1035pm N- o- No 4 4 uspm fil5am 4 62pm 537am 515pm BMaiB 9 12am fttTpm 032am 10 40am 7 33pm 755am asopm 745pm No 13 No llT No 12No 14 STATIONS 330pm 740am Iv louNvil Ar 735pm I a 40am ft 55pm 9 55am Ar IarncbrcAr 51Cpm a 10am 6l5pujI0 43am Ar UarndsbtfAr 4 25pm 720am 7U0pmll0Yam Ar nurmn Lv 4 15pm 710am EASTDOCND WESTBOUND No 15tN0 077 STATIONS a30pm 740amIT 5 02pmt PVUmAr fll7pmllOlflim Ar 4upm II 10am Ar 710pnil2i6pmlAr KASTUOUNb Ucortftn Vornllcs Midway Lnulsvtl Mirlbvll No 11 tNo 68 Ar 10 40am 735pm Ar 9 12am ft 05pm Ar 7 50am 415pm Ar 730am 3 38pm Lv 700am 300pm WESTUOUND tNo Â¬ Â¬ St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago sleepers TM vestsbuled trains chair gars diking gars MO MO ItNo ft tNo 2 74am XJiprnlLv Louis vll Ar 1040am 735pm n22am d2ilpm Lv Vcrsllen Ar 750am 445pm 1102am 7 05pm ArNlchlvlll Ar ftSHam 355pm 11 Sapm S ttipm Ar Klcnmnd Lv C 06am 300pm I1 lAr Irvine Lv 30pm 105pm No 3 No I STATIONS 7 Warn 7ltira Lv Louisville 1043am 10 35pm Ar Lexlmrton 7 00pmi 715am Ar Knowillo 5 lOun 115pm Ar Ashevllle 5 Can Ar Saannah I IPOam Ar Jaeli onvllln 553nm K43ina Ar Chullauoosa lOHOitn 150an Ar Atlanta 001 m 2 2npm Ar Macon 8 53am 955pn Ar JneUMonvlllo ftlllnml llViani Lv PliattnnoniM 10 05pm llSOjnj Ar Ilttmlncham Ar Meridian 23 am uMpn 30am aSOam Ar New Orleans Train No lCincinnati FloiMn Havani Through Dravuni Koom Pull LlmLed carrie I tNO 51 STATIONS RUGG TRAV PASSF AGENT ST LOUIS HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOD ST LOUIS UW WAKELEYQENXPASSRAOTSTL0UISM0 Grim Grips man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon and lacksonvllle connects at Lexing ton or Chattano pa with lullman Sleeping cai or Now Orleans Frco Chair cars btwcen Lou lmtllo and LiXlnuton Observation Chair cart letween Lexinton and Home C It1 cars ele tlint coachis 3 Train No carries Pullman Sleeping car b tneen Louisville Chattanooirn and lllrmlng ham rl o Through Sleeping cars from Lcxln ion to Jncksonvlllo via Aslievlllo and Savan nah also via ChnttnnooiM and Atlanta N elnnro Free Chair car Lexington to ChJtu leepinii cars Lexlnton t hrouaU nocta Now Orleans i Uailv except Suidav A WlIBIiOK M ClLPT FSG annlN 3d VIMkOM JWashington Wivslilrutou U C Deadly March Deals Death a- - Loul vllle Ky lTA U STSvirr lTAK Lvxtneton WATUHKGPA ti Oastruotion to Many Washington OO WMILTAYIOKARPA C Louisville Kj M Boston New York Philadelphia Wash inglon Louisville Terrorized by the All the Great Awful Scourge Centers o Population Affected TO PAL IFORN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The depressing effects of the pres ent epidemic of Grip aro apparent Teacherclerks bus everywhere iness men mechanics laborers street car drivers school children police olllcers and even the doctors all furnish victims by the hit ml reds No remedy yet ill covered etn show nsults equal to Dr Miles Ii qulcky Nervine Itestoratlvo overcomes theoxecesslveevhau llon invigorates tho appetite and avlsts nature to throw olF tho deadly mi crobes from the sy tem in thins of epidemic like the prcont it should be taken as a preventive of disease Grip had left me a tihy icnl wrec weak lielple ntuid miserable I could not eat could nut sleep could not gain any strength and liiil nervous prostiatlou of the worst kind Our homo physician could not help mi and coiimeuced using Dr Miles Nervine The llrst nights sleep that I had bad in four mouths came as the result of two llrst dnses When I had taken two bottles felt better than l had before In years and continued to Improve until I was entirely cured Km Woodahd Plymouth Ills All druggists are authorized to sell Dr M lies Nervine on a iMiaranto that first bottle benefits or money re funded He sure and get Dr Miles Nervine Hooklet on heart and Nerves sent free Address Mi mm Miintau Co Klkhnrt 1 1 via NEWORLEANS In connection with th Southern Faclllc Through Weekly A Tourist Sleeping Car Ieiivliu Cincinnati mid Louisville on fast New Orleans llmlu d train Ie H 11 bVhRY THURSDAY For Los AiiKeles mill Sun Friinclsco without cliuine Tho Llmlltsl also connects ut New Orleans dully with hxpress Tialn lortlie iaclllo foist und on Tuesli y and t atiirduja with the SDKSEF or tlieaouttern iViclllc nUlot speclni tlirouli MTVIcetuStiil iiiiicIscii ltirtttfiilir ot Atnits II HH and cminecttnil lines of the HATCH Hlv hss ARMit Cincinnati O JXO A SCOTT Olv Puss AKent Miiiiihli MM li BHHEX Si I ivIoulstllle Try tlio Cnpittil Stoam Laun dry for a clean shirt or collar 10 tf Tolopliono 17 W A II HANSON A KKLLONI Atl a Chicago Â¬ For Sale Houutlful and stylish family horse absolutely reliable S fiO luijjuy anil Rare bargain nice set of htirnesInquire at this ollk e 30 lt - Ind lu A f 6 i wifWTyfn r w innnnxinminnnrinjiminnnnnrinjinnnnnnniinnnjinn rinnnjinjxiiruimuxrinjinnnftniuxrirui 1 SASH - AND - COLLAR- - BUCKLES v 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- Â¬ m LETS FRIENDSHIP HEARTS STERLING MOUNTED NOVELTIES AND TOILET WARE 2KJ9 fj JHH tHrinnnnnnniuuirinJVinnnnnnnnnnnnrin at 330 oclock Hearty singing All men invited The last address of tho Loyalty series was given last Sunday after- Â¬ noon by Rev Geo Darsie whoso earnest talk on Loyalty to Con science wnB appreciated by thoso who heard him Commencing the first of March a series of these Loyalty talks have been given on consecutive Sundays each of which has been exceptionally interesting and helpful Tho average attendance has been over forty Â¬ fM - A SELBERT - Reliable Jeweler Yin RELIGIOUS Ascension Episcopal Church Bjy H- 1 McOready rector Mr Eobt Emmet Abraham assistant Divine service and sermon at 11 m a m and 430 p m The Easter music will bo repeated by the choir Sunday Service on Wednesday at 430 p m Sunday school at 945 a m in the Ohapel All seats free and everyone cor diallv welcome to all services Mi In Baptist Church Rev M B Adams the pastor will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m The Younc Peoples Society will meet at 630 p m Leader Miss Ora Scottow Biblical As Recorded Subject Bom 18 Junior Young Peoples Society meets at 3 p m Sunday afternoon in the Chapel Prayortneeting Wednesday night at 730 oclock Class in Sacred Literature will meet immediately after the ol A Card to the Dry Goods Merchants Frankfort of Ole Still Iiead In Low Prices Our store is full of new spring goods Good Indigo Blue Calico only iy2c per yard Best Apron Gingham only 5c per yard An extra good quality Bleached cotton only 5c per yard A good quality 10 4 B e ched sheeting 15c por vard Â¬ in the Chapel at 045 Special classes for young men Seats free and all are cordially in vited am Â¬ Loos of Kentucky University will preach at 11 a m and 730 p m Young Peoples Society of Chris tian Endeavor meets at 645 p m in the chapel Leader Lee A Owen Holy Garments Topic Prayer raeeting Wednesday night in the Chapel at 730 oclock Topic Seed Time Junior Endeavor meets Friday afternoon at 330 oclocc Sunday school meets at 930 Tho public will bo cordially wel comed to all these services and es peciallystrangers in tho city Â¬ Christian Church Rev O L A little over a year ago a petition to close the dry goods clothing shoe and gents furnishing stores at 7 p id every evening except Saturday was circulated and signed by every mer- Â¬ chant in the city except one the Louisville Store This petition now reposes in the safe of a Main street merchant and should now that party has left town be fulfilled and all merchants should now close at 7 p in as per the agreement which they signed Laboring men and women all over the country are clamoring for an 8 hour day surely a 12 hour dav is long enough for tho employes of lTunKiort mercnants to work Merchants give the hard working clerks tne z nours tliey iik and close at 7 p in nuu you win never regret it A Pathon Â¬ To visit Heeneys Dry Goods Emporium and inspect our exclusive ideas in Black Crepons and Grenadines All the new effects in Satin Liberty Foulard Silks Liberty Foulards Taffeta Silks in stripes and cords Our new spring line of Kid Gloves and Handkerchiefs New Drawing string Ribbons Cyrano Chairs Fancy Belt Buckles Silk and Taffeta Underskirts all the new shades from 119 up Tailor Made Suitings Spring i apes and other novelties and staple dry goods too numerous to mention Prices always the lowest Special sale of Black Goods and Silks every Tuesday Ivl wm HEENEYS Dry Goods Emporium 311 Broadway Republican Committee Meeting GROCERIES JX1- AND LLIQURS ii Â¬ A meeting o the lliiibican Com Â¬ mittee of Fanklin ouniv is hereby called to incut at Mil moms of tho Chairman on Lew is street on Mon day April 10tli18UUat 2 oclock p m for tho consideration of tueh matters as may bo brought before it W have some special values to offer in Lace Curtains and Window Call and visit us LOWEST PRICES I Digests what you ant and tonic J i vices to morrow conducted by Rev Father Thomas Major the pastor Low mass at 730 a m High mass 10 am Vespers at 730 p m Rev J McClusky Blaynoy D D tho pastor will proaoh at 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday school at 945 a m Christian Endeavor Society meets at 645 p m In Sunday sohool room Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 Catholic Church The usual ser Â¬ Samukl It Smith Chairmun G Shades L Kohkrts 11 Secretary Thanks C First Presbyterian Church I We are under obligations to Mr Harvey M Uerryman of Phoenix Arizona for a copy of tho sprimr boom edition of the Arizona Repub lican It is replete with information giving a sketch of that thriving Ter Methodist OhurchRov T F litory He will pleaso accept our Taliaferro tho pastor will preach at thanks 11 a m and 730 p m Sunday sohool meets at 930 a m Refused to Receive Prayer meeting Wednesday even ing at 730 The Pastors Aid Society will meet Capt Noel Gaines Provost Marshal at 3 oclock each Wednesday after of Havann has refused to receive noon Epworth League In Sunday school and receipt for 611000 cans of beej and room at 045 p m 300000 cans of tomatoes intended for Official Board meetsTuosday even tho Cubans because the stuff was ing Tho public cordially invited to at- Â¬ spoiled He has destroyed 400 cans tend of tainted beef Good enough for our Noel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Kagin Bro 41 USUI NOTICE J II Swltzer Admr of Willis Baker P1IT C versus Kate Holder 4c Wefts lmvlB claims against the estate nf Willis Baker deceased are hereby notified to appear before me and prove their claims as re Â¬ quired by law or present the same to me proven in required by law on or befoie April 10th 1RO By order of court entored March 16th low W II IoSEY FHAMCLIN CIRCUIT COURT H H Sr Clair H at Bridge un Kodol Dyspepsia Cure eat Â¬ Â¬ i1111 Itartlflclallydlgcststhefoodandalds Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or- Â¬ gans It is the latest discovered digest No other preparation can approach it In efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently oures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea SlckHeadacbeGa8tralglaOrampsand all other results of Imperfect digestion Praparad by E C DtUfltt A Co Commissioner KCC SPRNG Fruit 1899 VINESr TREES PLANTS Frazer Axle Grtase B0ATrtRTMIJ piBr-CTi- Chicago Southern PresbyterianOhuroh Rev Wm Crowe jr the pastor will Adjutant and Mrs Jowel who have charge of the Salvation Array Work I Als preach at 11 am and 730 p ra of Indiana will 930 a m Sunday school in Kentucky and Young PeoplesSooioty of Christian Endeavor meets at 645 p m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening nt 73f To all these meetings tho public is oorcuanyinviieci Notice - nnd Ornnmentnl Trees Bhrubs Branll FraitB nnd everything for Orchard Lawn nnd Garden We oraploy uoagenta but sell direct nt reasonable prices Strawberry nnd Tree Catalogues on ap Â¬ plication to at 0a m at the Southern Presbyterian Chuoh at 11 a m at the Y M O A at 330 p mi at tho Methodist Church at 730 p m Mrs Jewel will hold a woinanu meeting at tho Baptist Ohapel as Rev Goorgo Darsie proaehos at 4 p m Lexington tomorrow at tho Central Christian Church at 11 a m and at Adjutant Jewelsa position corrosIn tho the Broadway Church at 730 p m Sond to that of andBishop done a ho has Church great work already in his Hold Â¬ tiary at bo In Frankfort Saturday April 8th Ho will hold services in the Peniten Â¬ part F I All persons having claims against the rotate of Iuoy Lewis deuced must present them to me properly proed us required bv law on or before M I ADAMS May 1 1809 105 Ht Clair street Administrator of Lucy Lewis deceased J2 E F HILLENMEYER Tolepliojao 297 Feb iB 3m For Rent XjoxiziErtoaa ICy 4t For Rent A- 4 Y M O A NOTES Adjutant H W Juvall of tho Salvation Army Louisville Corps will givo tho address at tho Mens Rally tomorrow Sunday afternoon npiuM sMMiaaia da BR Offl ca out pln Book of par Honiara sent TREE n Not affected by Heat or Cold Highest Awards at Centennial Parla BdWklikey iablu M Aetured and Worlds Fair fRAZER LUBBCAT0R fJO cured at home vrlth a M W0QLLEY CO lot Nerth rrjot St Factorial Chcttgo St LosU Now York 2sW UUttuUT ma HaWIfetel HT I B ZnVRr III llllllllll bbbbbbbbW KO111 V- The house on Ann street formerly occupied by uv u iii jicticj rui bviiiiDatu uiiinr in 82 lt DKLKY JOllN T Room Por RentStore Aliousoof nlno rooms located on Wnpning street Anplv to 30 2t Mita II H Watson Wall Paper My Tho Inrco store room In Masonic Temple ono of tho best In tho city 8000 bolts of wnll paper nl low is offered for rent Apply to dipt priees Bomington nncl OrnwforcV B 0 Milam or Hen T Farmor bicyc es M A Covins 4 tf 81tf WVi JOHNSON ADVANCE SALE OF ORGANDIES 40 and 370 Organdies at 30 cents per yard this week All of our 45 1 Â¬ HCOC3 E3 STRESESI WHITE GOODS Check Nainsooks 5c 7j4c 8 1 3C per yard and up 8 130 India Linens 5c 10c and up per yard India Dimity checks and stripes at 10 cents per yard Kid Gloves for Easter All the new shades including Cyrano SXX 3MCAI3Xr Â¬ TAT pxxt oii sale tlxis imoirix ingr oto jt fix st ixxxp03rta tioxi 7c Best blue calicos 4 cents per yard o London atjneL BIRTHS Sailors iFLcxuLnd Hats w IUK2 ksi 14 FRANKFORT DEATHS - KENTUCKY Ta i on Cnuncii In this city on Tuesday Campbelii In Lexlncton Tuesday Miss Murgnret Campbell to Mr Zach Church and wife a son James Jesse weight 10 pounds need about 70 years Miss Campbell wus the sister of u Appointed and had loop time been In bad health The following gentlemen have Thu remains wero brought here on Wednesday for Interment in the been designated by our government to represent the United States in the family lot In our cemetery disarmament congress to meet at Forbes In this city on Tuesday The Hague in May Mrs Mary Forbes aged about 40 Andrew White Ambassador at years of heart failure Berlin Sanford Newell Minister to Mrs Forbes was employed us a the Netherlands Seth Low Presi Â¬ seamstress at the Institute for Feeble dent of Columbia University Cupt minded children Hhe va3 an Indus- William Crozler of the Ordinance trious good woman and was a mem- Â¬ Department Capt A T Mahem U ber of the Christian Church 8 Navy retired She leaves one child a little boy aged about four years Railroad Commissioner Convention Mrs H H Williamson Â¬ ffidSE The Democratic Convention to nominate a candidate for Railroad Commissioner in this the Second District met on Thursday nt 10 oclock p in In the Opera House In this city and was called to order by Mr Wilkes H Morgan chairman of the district committee A temporary organization was affected and a wrangle then ensued which occupied the time until 11 oclock that night when the com- Â¬ mittees on credentials organization and resolutions were appointed and the Convention adjourned until 930 yesterday morning 19 tf Lewis At the home of her father The Convention met yesterday Company on North Wilkinson street on Sat Â¬ morning at 980 and the wrangle was Henry Koehler urday morning Miss Lucy Lewis still In process when we went to press Lumber Dealers of Loulsvillo Ky daughter of Mr Luke Lewis and with little prospect of a settlement invite correspondence with mill men aged about 18 years of con- Â¬ wife who have lumber for sale They buy Opossum Ridge sumption Poplar and Hardwoods in mixed cars Dry or Green Write thom She was a devoted Christian and Mr Charley Qlore took a flying 31 Gm member of the Baptist Church trip with his best girl Sunday last to The funeral took place at 2 oclock Antioch The snow storm was p m on Sunday serviccsjbelng con- pretty hard and he had no buggy ducted by Itev M B Adams her curtains pastor and the remains wero placed Mr Itoht Qlore had a date with his best girl last Sunday and it rained in our cemetery He said there was no such thing as love and stayed nt home The Leading Specialists of America Poor old Tuck says he knows the 20 YEARS IN OHIO The little god of love turn away from a We would like to sickly sallow nervous hcad achey back best thing out 250000 CURED know what It Is but we bellevo It is Every woman achey lifeless woman should have the beauty vivacity and vitror the most about his girl xue ot perfect neqiin WE CURE EMISSIONS Mr Jimmio Chism has returned bright glow of health Nothlnc can ho mnro demoralizing tn bright eyes clear skin home from a short visit to the east young or middlo agcd men than tho tires- red lips are more attrac- part of Kentucky Ho says that ho enco ot tnoso nightly losses f lluy tive than any mere reg had a nice time He met with sev ularity of feature A of disgust and a wholo train of symptom of his old girls He says that Tlicy unfit a inan for buslnes married woman cant change the eral shape of her features there wasnt any of them as sweet as tuo ana social Happiness Hn matter nhether caused liv ovil hnhtU In vnnlh but any woman may the one that ho had in Frankfort natural weakness or sexual otcestes our have the beauty of ow Aietuoa treatment will positively No Peddling stove wood has come to health sickly healthy euro yuu woman can be ugly woman the test No Mr Wilber Stivers stove can be beautiful NO CURE NO PAY wood sells the best I dont know Regularity of the funotious of the distinct Koader oil need lieln Inrli nlmaanrl lyfeminine organism is the first essential to which is the tallest him or his inicr oxceteM may navo ncnKcncu you womanly happiness comfort and beauty horses He says ho is going to get Exposure may htno diseased jou You Miss Laura Brooks of Clinch Hancock Co married when he gets 80 years old nre not safo till cured Our New Method Tenu writes t I thank God for Midi rem win euro you xou run no risk edies as Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription and Tin Odd Cook infant son of Johnson Mr E J Lynch nnd wife In our last lssuo we stated that this little one had been accidentally The poisoned with laudanum doctors did every thing they could think of to save the little fellow but in vain The funeral services took place from the Church of the Good Shep- Â¬ herd on Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock and the remains were placed in our cemetery The heartbroken parents have the sympathy of the whole community Afternoon Â¬ Lynch In this city on Friday Milks J E M Flow it the bes patent flour on earth MiLi s Wholi Wheat Fdoub contains all the nutritive elements of the wheat berry The coarse woody fiber alone being eliminated If 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 Mileh Graham Flouh the very finest quality of Graham flour ever put on this maiket Not n mixture of bran and low grade flour but the whole product of the best wheat thoroughly cleaned and ground by an Improved process Miles Geumolina a perfect breakfast food Made of wheat Con taining all the valuable elements of the wheat berry necessary for sus- Â¬ taining life and building up the tissues of the body Superior to oatmeal Miles Breakfast FLAKESmade or the very oest lientucKy wneat carefully selected and thoroughly cleaned All the woody outer coat- Â¬ ing of the bran being scoured off and then crushed by an Improved pro- Â¬ cess It is easily prepared for break Â¬ fast as this crushing process makes it soft nnd tender nud easy to cook Very much superior to oat meal or cracked wheat Miles Farina the most delicate preparation Well from wheat adapted for use in the sick room or for young children ns well as making delicious food for well people These products nro all made of choice ltentucky wheat wnicn has the nnest flavor known superior to Northern Spring Wheat or White Wheat All manufactured by MILES SON Merchant Millers Frankfort Ky Â¬ Â¬ Stylish Spring Shoes is full of them Made from the best of leather in the latest styles and most graceful designs We are sole agents for Lord Schober Ccs famous ladies shoes and the spring styles in both oxfords and shoes are here To be thoroughly in the style you should wear a pair of their welted oxfords made on a man shaped last They com- Â¬ bine both comfort and style Price Our store 350 Remember CUe Have a pall Supply of R Iiasts R K McCLURE MS9sfoa SON liisH Bfl K V DrsKK mmmmmmm liAtULlssssWissswQ wmwwm liklikKM v issssi m IB w I vVa sf Â¬ Â¬ Florida0 Havana l jrarMAMi Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Kev West Havana Snntiairn ini 0 San Jujii Low rate round trio tickets l lie Train Service is perfect in detail Fast schedules 24 hours to Jackson i ville 54 hours -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I I Â¬ HAVAtWr- - Golden Medical Discovery for myrelf mid friends honestly believe that had it uot leen for these wonderful medicines I would to day be in my grae I am sure that I could not have lived many days in the condition I was in at the time I first consulted you I was only praying to die and be free from pain I was simply a shadow and we had tried almost everything when tnrougli a friend I Mas advised to write to you which I did thlnklmr all the while that it was only foolishness to think that such a case as mine could becred Hut I do not think so to day After the first weeks treat- raent lust as you prescribed 1 wv felt like another woman and jWM I hardly believed that such WW i V could be when the first pe riod was passed without pain I continued the treatment un til I had used about seven bottles of the favorite Pre acriptlon and some of thei m v Discovery aim now i am a I would have well woman If had It friven any amount has Ialready ust for the rut it given me rest from pain I never know when the periods are coming on now as I am free from lialll niui during the time I feel just as well as nt any time and am never confined to my room as I once was I can cat anything I want and cati work at nny kind of work something I could never do till this summer Iverylxxly who knows me thluks it wonderful that I am uot sick any more I thank God for this friend of woman this blessed Favorite Prescription1 The very name sounds sweet to me I am causing many of my friends to use it and all are improving I can never tell you how I thank you dear Doctor for your kind advice aud good fatherly letters to me Advertised Letters at Frankfort Ky f Bolow will bo found a Hat of lettorflt remaining unclaimed for the wool ending April 8 1800 Harper Adam Barlow J S Breokonrlge Mrs Hondorcon Ed- Kato ward Brown Mrs BottloIIomos Miss Ella Ghilds Frank Honoy John Class L Johnson Luoy Orutahflold Mrs Jones T A MA Ournutt Mrs Emma Parrott Mlaa May Shrock G G Dorbin Qoorgo Simon Emma Easloy Vlrglo Smith Squlro Ellison Jock Flannory Mrs Smith Mrs Lizzlo Wade Mrs Luoy Annie Grlflln James II Persons calling for any of these let ters willploaso say advertised S B IIOLMKB P M Ynllflfn w auvww vtt nA kv f nnll n and haggard s nervous irrltablo and ex citnblo Yot hecomo forgetful inoroo and despondent blotches and pimple gunkon eyes wrinkled face stooping form and ilowncatt countenunco rovcal tho blight of your existence 250000 lrntlVm xz CURED Cincinnati Havana VSraiftW-- i- to WE CURE VARICOCELE No matter how terious your caso may or how long j ou miv havo had it our NfcW MKTllOl TltlUTMJJNT will euro it IJio wormy oins return to their normal condition and licnco the sexual organs reecho proper nourish inent 1 he orcrans become vitallied nil unnatural 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by coughing con gregations No oxcuso for It now Tyler Hemphill and W Mckeo Â¬ Kennedys Kergani 122 W XKZ Ltioh purolmser net n chniico on a gold wntoh with oery tlireo ilollur Mny Stii lOth tho Frankfort nment Ciiitlunati Hull way will sell tickets cull tit onco at our oilloo Lilj St Clnir to Charleston S C and return at hi rue ono cunt per mile J It Nkwton G P A G HUSH SON Mnr 18 lm For Rent 1 w FOURTH ST O CINCINNATI That desirable two story frnmo residence No ai7 Wtishlugton street coutalulnir six rooms Apply at this olllco 20 Bcar tha 8 Kind You Have Always Bought Iinrdle I liMiT TiBtff liBiHI tf in jjpnjr rWT av V fTTf ofnjiirwWjJT A 11 D 500 N H l2A JLlv Qu Xt C JUL J SPRING AN NOIJNCEME H iBUiMjmmi iiimmnniiMifi iwmmrmtmMmct m CRU k wijiw jJ tfnunnflranefaum t - i M SMEWTtrt MTHA MMfc Mens Good Clothing 1000 1250 1500 Black and BUie Suits and all the fancy Cassimeres and Worsted Many rare bargains See crenfc window display Boys and Childrens Suits 150 200 250 300 400 300 A very largo and attractive assortment 350 500 750 1000 Boys Long Pants Suits a big line of thorn 25c 50c Childrens Knoe Pants Mens Shoes rttm WcL Kn x 100 and make boys 255 Hats Sttson Hats 125 White Shirt only 75 the best The Black Cut Stockings for ladies WORKING SHIRTS 25c 40c 50c misses aid See our groat window display tho talk of the town SPRING NECKWEAR Spring Neckwear 25c 50c Spring Suspenders 25e 50c 75c 125 150 2 00 250 30 100 and 500 Wo positively show all the new things X Jewelry Cuff Buttons 25c See Our Jobs Pointed Toe 100 They are 125 were tho 50c 75c beauties All heavy weight suits and overcoats stilf go at the dissolution prices Oxfords 400 and 300 Mens pointed toe 500 kind 150 CO Hardin and Green in 1819- and wasi named in honor of Capt Nathaniel liart wno was captureu oy me Indians at the disastrous battle of In Trust we trust the river Raisin and afterwards as Set up tho bust sassinated while a prisoner Larue was cut out of Hardin in Because you must 184a and whs named for a distill In love nnd lust iruislied early settler of that section Its last nnd fust John Larue All else is dust Lincoln county was one of the three And rot and rust original counties of the State and was formed in 1780 and was named No fitful gust in honor of Gen Lincoln a distin But sound and just guished soldier of the Revolutionary a crust It Rives war To all who trust Marion county was formed by cut Â¬ good and wust Both ting Washington county in two in HHP 1843 nnd received its name from Gen Francis Marion of Revolution ary fame Origin of Our Counties Metcalfe county was made from Barren Green Adair Cumberland While Kentucky was admitted in- and Monroe and was named in to the Union scarcely a hundred honor of Gov Tlios Metcalfe the i tenth Governor of Kentucky years ago many jveniucKittns Gov to day are not familiar with the Metcalfe was a stonemason and built origin of the names of their counties the court house In Greensburg Ky and the subjoined statistics may not in 1800 be without interest Monroe county was carved from Adair county whs carved out of Barren and Cumberland in 1820 and Green in 1801 It was named for was named in honor of James Mon Gov John Adair who commanded roe who had just been re elected the troops at New Orleans and whose President of the United States re famous controversy with Gen Jack ceiving every vote in the electorlal son over the imputation cast by tho college but one iatter on the conduct of the Kentucky Muhlcuburg county wns established troops in that battle is still remem in 1708 out of narts of Logan and bered by all older KentuckiaiiH Christian and bears the name of Allen county was formed from the Gen Peter Muhlenburg preacher counties of Warren and Barren in and soldier of the Revolutionary war 1815 was named in honor of Col Nelson was the fourth formed in Allen of Shelby who met a soldiers tho State in 1784 and was named in death in the fatal battle of tho river honor of Gov Thomas Nelson of Rubin Virginia one of tho signers of the Warren county was organized in Declaration of Independence 1708 from Warren nnd Green and Simpson county was formed in takes its name from its barrens or 1810 from Logan Warren nnd Allen prarie lands counties and bears the name of Capt Clinton county was cut ofF from John Simpson of Shelby who met Wayne and Cumberland counties in his death at the battle of the river 1835 and wus named for Gov De- - Raisin Witt Clinton of New York Todd county was established in Cumberland county was cut off 1810 and was named for John Todd from Green in 1708 and was named who lost his lite at tho battle of Blue for Cumberland river Licks Edmon on county was cut out of Warren county was created In 1701 Warren I Iurt and Grayson in 1825 out of Logan county and was named and perpetuates tho memory of Capt In honor of Gen Joseph Warren tho John Edmonson a famous Kentucky hero of Bunker HHI pioneer wlio was slain in tho battlo of tho river Raisin January 12 181o County Court Day Green county 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